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HY. SMITH and IRA P. JOJfES, Editor,
Office We. 16,
j Dcaderlea Mlreet.
Wt Br lot-id BBitTnuniNO I am an cnTarnt
prerrer,' of horn you've io rlrnibt heern before,
and I tow appear to y.pound the fJcripturefl and
pint out the narrow wav wtirt' larjs from a Twin
world to the pfr'-ff.i of th Juroo.-alarn., and my
txt wb;ch 1 shall cJ;ooee for th oc-aion ie in tb
leria of the Dible 6omeher hot wen the a cod4
CbroDi' ills and the last chapti r of Timothy Titus,'
and wheD you wiil End it jou will fii.d it in these
"Aid thev shall jrnaw a filo and fle onto the
mountains of Fipeidam, whar th lion ror' h aui
the vidz doodle rnmmieth for its first-born."
Now, ntv bre-tbrinL', as I hare r.efor tolJ you, I
am an unddicated man. and know nothing about
(rransmar talk and ccllide tiiprhf-lootin; bat I'm a
p'ain unlarnt preacher of the Gopil what' been
foreordained, and colled to expound the ScripUrs
to dyiu world, and prepai a preverre generation
for the day of wratt; for "th y Fh -ll gnaw a file ard
n't flee onto ihe mounting of HepaMam, whar
the lion roare'h and the wang-dooJle mourneth for
i s firet-born."
My bt-luv-fi breetherinw. the text saya " they
shad gnaw a file." It don't nay they mny, bat they
.hall. And now there' roore'n one kind of file.
Tbrv' the dand-caw file. rat-tail file, single file,
double fit" and profile; but the kind of file spoken
of h-re isn't one of them kind ntither; bcmrfe it's
a fiigser of pe-ch, niy bre thering, and means
goin' it alon-.gettine ukrred: for "they -hall gnaw
a file nd fl-e rihto the mountain of Hepsidam,
wbar ihe lion roareth anl the wang-doodlc inourii
elh for ig fir-t-born."
And now there be some hre with fine close on
thar backs, brafa rir.pa on thar finger, and lard on
tbar liar, what goes it wbili- theyVr young; and
thar be brothers here what, is long as thar consti
tutions ard forty cent whi-k I-iet, go'S it blind;
and tbar be siatrrn her what, when they git six
teen year old, cut thar iillr rop l and poea it
witu a rush; but I nay, my dear bret'lhrio, take care
you doi.'t fiud win n fiabriYI blows hia lt-t trump,
that you've all wrrit it alone and got nkired; for
"they shi.ll gnaw a file and fine unto the uoun
tains of Hpidim, whar the lion roareth and the
waog-doodle mourneth for it first-born "
And, my breethren, th re'e more d ims besides
Hep-nidam. There's Rotterdam, Iladdam, A meter'
dam, mill-dam and don't-rare-a-dam the laft o
which, my dear breethering, is the worst of all,
and reminds me of a c-ircuin-tantt I once knew in
the State of Illenoy. There was a mm what buil
him a mill on the east fork of Agur rre k, am;
it waa a good mill and ground a site of grain,
but the man what buiil it whs a miserable sinner,
and never gir anything to the chorcb; and, my
bre therinp, one night thar come a dreadful storm
of wind and rain and the fountains of the great
deep were broken up, and the waters rushed
down and swept that man's mM-dam into Jcing
dom come, and lo and behold, in the morning
wben he got up he found he was not worth a dam.
Now, my young breethei ing, when storms of temp
tation overtake yf, take care you don't fall from
grace anil btctJie like that mill not worth a
dam; for "ihi y f hull gnaw a fit-' and t)je unto the
tnoutit-iins of 11 pt-idiiu, whar tiie liou roareth
anf the wang-doodl mourn, to for its firs'-orn."
"Whar the lion roureth and the wang-doodld
rnourneth for it first-born." Thipirtof the text,
my breethering, is another figger of speech, and
isn't to be tnkrn as it says. Il doesn't mean the
bowlin' wild- rness, whar John ti e lard shell B p
liht was fed on locusts and wild ase?, but it means,
my breeth. ring, the city of New Yorleano, the
Biuther of Harlots and hard lot" whar corn is
worth tix t ils a buxhel one day and narry red the
next; whar niggers are ait thick as bl ick bugs in a
spoiled bacon ham, and gamblers, thieves and
pickpoi ki ts go skitting about the street like wean
rU in a barn-yard hdr they have cream-colored
borsi s, gilded carriages, marble Haloous with bran
dy and sugsr in ', m wlmr honest men are scarcer
ll. u ben'a tet-th, and a strange worn in once tuk in
your titluved preacher ami bamboozled biro out ol
two hundred and twenty-aeven dollar in tb twin
kling of a sheep's tail; but she can't do it again,
llalltlujil 1 for "they ahall gnaw a file and five un
to the mountains of llepsidnin, whar the lion rour
eth and the wang-doodle tnournelb for its first
My breethering, I am captain of that flat-boat
you ace tied up thar, an i I've got aboard of her
flour, baron and out', and potatoes and apples, and
as good Moiiungcbuly whitky as you ever tlnnk,
and I'm n.iluy apt tu git a big price fm it all
But what, oh, my breethering, wotili it all be wuth
if I hadn't tehdgion? Tbui'u nulbiu like rrli tgion
my breethtricg. It's better nor silver and gold
jitucratk, atid you can no more get to heaven
without it than a jjy bird can fly without a tail.
Tuuiik the Lori I am an uneddicated man, my
breetberiiig, but I've sarched the Scripters from
Dan to Burahtbee, mid found old Zion right side
up, and bard shell rcli lgins the best of relidgiua.
And it's not like the Methodists what expects to
git into beavi n by hollerin hellfirc; nor like the
Univcrsalist what gits upon the broad ga:e and
goes the whole bog; nor like the United Breether
iug what takes each other by the 8. ats of the trow
sera and tiies to lift their selves into heaven, nor
the Catherlitka what buys thru tickets from tber
preests but it may be I kened, my breetherin.',
unto a man what hid to cross a river, and when he
got llur the f rry boat whs got e, and h- juat roll -d
up bi breeches and w.i.ied of.r halleluj itd for
"they (.hull gnaw a file and fl-e unto the mount dn
ol !! psidani, whar the, lio i rotrelh and the wang
do'idl mournetb for its brat-born."
Pas the hat, brother Fliut, ad kt ererj hard
shell bhtll out. Amen.
'I lie Electric 1 jfrupli.
lbe fi lowing good thing is tolJ iu a recent Lon
don i t er:
I think the most curiotn f.ict, taken altogether,
that 1 have ever heard of the electric telegraph,
was told me by a cashier of the Bank of England.
You may have heard of it. It uiy have been in
print. I am lure it deserves to be. "Once upon
a time," then, ou a certain Saturdty night, the folks
at the BaLk coul 1 not make the balance come out
right by just 100. Thia is a serious matter in that
little establishment. I do not mean the cash, but
the mistake in arithmetic, for it tequires a world of
scrutiny. An error iu balancing baa been known.
I am lol l, to keep a delegation of clerks from each
office at woik somi times the whole night. A hue
and cry was of o ur made after this 100, as if
the old lady in Threa. (needle rtreet woul.l be in the
Gazette for want of it. Lkiiy on the Sunday
morning, a clerk (iu the Uiid.ile of a sermon, I dare
say, if the truth were known) felt a suspicion of the
truth dart through hit mind quicker than any flash
of the Ulegrapa itseli. lie told the chief canhier
that perhaps the mistake might have occurred in
packing some boxes of specie, fjr the Wutt Indies,
wbicu bad been aai t to Southampton for abipinent.
The suggestion was immediately acted upon. 11 era
was a race, lightning against stuaud and steam with
eight-aud-forty bourt start given. Instantly the
wires asked, "Whether eui-h a ccl had hi: the
berboiT" "Just weighing anchor," was the reply.
'Stop hell" frantic.il. y iiLouU-d lh telegraph. It
wat o done, "Have up on deck cerlun boxes
Biark' d so aud so; wcih liieru carefully." They
wera weighed; and one ilia delinquent wat founi
Leavi-r by just one packet of a bun trad sovereigns
tnati il uugnt lo bo. "Let her go," saiJ lha u;j
t -iioua telegraph. The W eat In nau folks were
dei iie I witb jus' 100 more, an l tin error was
corrected wiibout ever looking into the boxe or
delaying the voyage bv an hour. That is what
may culled "ooing husi eB-."
Cotton r atttil Irpecta,
Ncill Bros. Co., iu tlicir Ssm York weekly r
port of the SJih iuat., retuaik :
The fear of a drlu of a, aci on banks at the
North, l.iuiiera the mnvetnctjt of proJuoa, but ma
btuks here keep their strength, an I are unwilling
to extend it.rir line of uiacoouls, and circulation, or
take exchange. ben the stream of specitf b'jin.t
to set from Europe to tU- couuUy, Itie beU vl
cootmerca will mu r,toi.a) ; Uiia will probably
not be till the 25m of October, or the 11 of Novem
ber. The teay acceptances coming due in this
city, b tha meantime, can hardly ba met, aud we
apprehend some temporary aapeniodof pay men's
will ensue, lemporanly, bowev.i, uj mr!y from
the prtent Jmpraeticabiliiy to convert produce islo
Ch. The circuojstaucea of lha lr.de, an J tt,e aub
tanlial condition of lha t'oulhaia country are such,
that the cri.ia of lornier periods cannot be compar
ed witb this.
Cotton will t ot D0r be forwarded freely, as tb
couulry traders will not have the usual facilities,
aud planter will rather vait the paaatug aay of
this Northern qua!l.
The rivers are iu good navigable condition, and
the lied U higher lhau i. baa beea f r Vears. Tbe
2ii-sLisippl U 12 feet & ituhea Ik-iow bih aa'cr
tnatk, agaloat 18 feet 10 iucLei last J ear, as J 12:t.
8 inches in 1665
Caor. 'Those who ara bast luformeJ aa to the
cacdiUou of tha vottou plant, and, cousequeody,
moat competent to form an eatioiat ss to ln pro
biblrt yielJ, refraiu Jroin uoing o until tbe data of
tbe first killing root, as that will deUrmina iu a
great measure tbe sixe of tbe crop. We r fer lo
our former advices oo the au' jeel, and have merely
to add that tbe weather was rainy at the opcL'ug
of th presict week, but had Lco becoaie Hue taii
"L WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 28, 1857.
Tbe Kanai IClection- Further den lop
xuenla XIi Walker Foiicy ripcnlngr.
i The question of.s the final destinj -of
slavcrj in Kansas admits of no farther dis
cussion. We have long1 since ceased to
look open it as in the least decree donbtful,
that its institutions in respect to slavery,
will be just such as an inflamed, fanatical,
and - triumphant majority may choose to
make them. At one time we might have
had some grounds to hope differently; bnt
since we have seen the line of policy cf tbe
"national democracy" distinctly marked,
we have had no farther doabts upon the
subject The result will have been brought
about by a course equally disastrous to the
South, and violative of just and conserva
tive principle. Any thing we may now
say cannot possibly change the result; but
it may not be amiss, to recur briefly to the
different steps taken to bring about the
final result. We can do so at this time
with more confidence, because in the ab
sence of high political excitement, the facts
will be more justly considered and a better
judgment formed of them.
Although Mr. Pierce was singularly un
fortunate in the appointment of territorial
Governors, these exponents of freesoilism,
from Keeder to Geary, left the Territory
in confusion and disgrace. And although
the extreme sentiments which met and -opposed
each other at the polls led to blood
shed and the temporary ebullitions of the
fearful spirit of a savage mob, the near ex
piration of Mr. Pierce't term, and the fair
promises of Mr. Buchanan's friends, had
the happy effect of quieting the turbulence,
and of composing the conflicting elements
into comparative tranquility. The lawful
legislature of the Territory, had met under
these circumstances, and had, with com
mendable moderation, provided for the
election of delegates to a convention to
form a State constitution. In prescribing
the qualifications of voters in that election,
the Legislature had in a measure strangled
the half-latent doctrines of squatter sove
reignty and alien suffrage, couched in the
organic law of the Territory, by requiring
the voters lo be cilizevs of the United States,
and of the Territory three months next pre
ceding the election, and this fact was to be as
certained by an actual registry of the
voters. This at once excluded all the
foreign vote, as well as that hybrid, but
more fashionable vote based upon a decla
ration of intention of, at some future time,
casting off allegiance to foreign govern
ments. It also gave a show of leaviuir the
government in the hands of the -permanent
citizens of the Territory. Under this ar
rangement there was some reason held out
to the country to suppose that what should
be done, would be done on something like
sound principle. We, and the South, and
indeed, the whole country, might, upon
principle, have desired a still longer resi
dence than that required; but, under all
the difficult circumstanefs of the case, we
acquiesced, and expressed ourselves satis
fied. Now commences the deeper and bolder
gamo of ohamoloss duplioity, to abandon
principle, entrap the South, and turn the
Territory over irrevocably to the frcesoil
ers and abolitionists. This game was so
skillfully and, so far, successfully played,
that the country is not yet fully aware of
its true character. The first of the series
of manoeuvres, was the running Mr. Buch
anan as a friend of slavery in the South,
and the friend of freedom in the North,
and Kansas was the ground-work of the
argument. We were persnaded here at the
South, that the election of Buchanan would
do more to secure Kansas to the South
than any thing else while at the North
his banners were emblazoned with "Buck
and Brtck, and Free Kansas." This fraud,
stupendous as it was, was successful Jan
nus was triumphant, and so was borne to
the Capitol. Fortune favored, and scarce
ly had the President retired from the East
portico, when the last of the Pierce Gover
nors was seen flying from the Territory,
with the hot speed of the murderer, with
curses for his retreating farewell, and hiss
es for his receptiou. His place was quick
ly filled by a Pennsylvania-born, Southern-New-Yorker
whose speculations would
not admit of his instant departure. The
interim was filled by his man Friday, the
Secretary. Mr. Stanton went to the Ter
ritory, and issued a prospectus of the work
proposed by Gov. Walker. While profes
sing the highest regard for the laws, by
declaring that every resident inhabitant of
the Territory should be allowed to vote;
that the constitutional convention should
be chosen iu the manner prescribed, but
that the result of its labors should be sub
mitted to the people, not to the electors of
the delegates merely, but to tcery actual set
At at the time of tho submission in the
language of Mr. Buchanan's inaugural,
"et"ry rrsilent inhabitant." Got. Walker
followed, and went even beyond the pros
pectus. On his first arrival in the Territo
ry he met the most active, the most violent
and the most unscrupulous of all the obo
litiou leaders, with protestations of heart
felt pleasure, and drank a champaigne
pledge of amity and good feeling with him.
He flew to the stronghold of the aboli
tionist made them a speech, ami before
he had bee a a fortnight in the Territory,
pledged himself and the President that
they, aud all their brethren in Massachu
setts and chewhre, who should be with
them this Fall, should vote on the ratifica
tion of the proposed constitution.
The deception and fraud practiced, was
uow partially unveiled, and denunciations,
thick and bitter, from the South, clustered
on the brow of Walker; though with sin
gular, but characteristic, inconsistency, Mr.
Buchanan was relieved from all blame. As
ridiculous and stupid as these facts appear,
ami really are, they are undeniably true.
The position of the President wih necessa
rily unpleasant, and demanded rtlitf. For
tune aaia favored. Some mad-cap enthu
siast in Cuuoecticut addressed the Prei
deut a letter of remonstrance iu regard to
his Kansas policy. This good furtauu was
improved; and a reply exuberant of refer
ences to the most sacred Dred Scott decij-
ion; popular sovereignty, &c, was pro
mnlged. Though the Dred Scott decision
is held by able and generally conservative
men at the North, to amonnt to nothing
at all, as a legal precedent, and popular
sovereignty as understood and practiced,
is nothing but the most odious squatter
sovereignty, this reply was eminently satis
factory. The President thus placed him
self above all further suspicion. Walker
was not less prompt. The cons'tif otional.
convention met in September, the lawful
tjm of meeting, and was adjourned over,"
without authority, till November.; In the"
meantime the territorial elections were to
come off. ; Walker, writes an elaborate
- - ; ' ;
commentary on the election laws taking a
wide leap from his Topeka speech, and re
instating himself in the lost graces of the
South. lie distributed the United States
soldiery over the territory, and declared
that law and order should be maintained
at all hazards. The election ensued and
the result was the free State men were victori
ous iust as we have often predicted would
be tbe case. The South utters no word of
complaint; and as she has tied her own
hands, and voluntarily lent herself to her
own disfranchisement, she ouirht not to
complain. She has endorsed Buchanan,
and this is what her Northern friends have
done for her, and she has no cause or right
to dissent from it But she now has eve
ry evidence of the fraud, and may justly
spurn her betrayers. Will she do it?
But there is an element in this business
of far higher interest to Walker, than the
mere triumph of the pro-slavery or free
State party of Kansas This is his chan
ces for a seat in the United States Senate
from that State. He has endeavored so
to act as that whichever party was suc
cessful these chances would not be lost.
Accordingly when he find3 that the free
State party is in the ascendant by actual
vote, he turns to renew his devotion to
that party. A great cry is made of frands
having been perpetrated by the slave dri
vers. He joins in this outcry; and our
telegraphic dispatches of yesterday morn
ing make known the fact that "after a per
sonal examination, Walker and Stanton pub
lished a proclamation, declaring their determi
nation to reject the entire vote of Oxford coun
ty, and give certificates to the free State candi
dates." This county has given a majority
of over sixteen hundred to the pro-slavery
men, according to the returns, and Walker
has made himself a special judge of the al
leged fraud, and taken it out of their hands!
The telegraph is wrong in stating it to be
Oxford county , as it is Johnson county, and
Oxford is only a precinct; but the facts
are doubtless mainly true.
Thus, from beginning to end, we see
nothing but the most flagrant disregard of
all law, and an uncrnpulous effort to ele
vate himself, in all of Gov. Walker's ad
ministration of Kansas affairs. We put
the facts to the country and defy their con
tradiction. Aflatrsin Watlilnpton-yiewtof tlieAd
mini stmt Ion.
Washington, Ot. 20, 1 857.
Tbe Secretary of t he Treasury doe? not an
tieipxte there will be sny ncewitv fr a lonn
in order to meet the t xnenditnres of the gov
ernment, and the ftdministrHtion will oppose
anv ftort in that direction. He lioppa to rv-
'tiop 'I e amount approprlt d for the current
fisotil year, ending the 30th of Jane next,
ome twentv-five million dollur-, o ns to
bring the expenditures down to f birfy millions
h mm considered to be pnfRcient for an eeno
inirnl ndministrtion of the eovernrnenf.
In order to effect tU reduction he intend?
to put a stop to all expenditnre for building
custom houses nny number of which w-re
provided for by Congress frinuing the lakes
and the Ohio Hnd Mississippt rivers, ntid even
extending to the most out of the way places,
thousands of miles from salt wh er navigation.
All "works f internal improvement" riot
deemed f urgent necessity will also be sns
pended. Th expenses of the navy will be
nit down, and no more ships kept in comtnis
Mon than tho protection of commerce may re
quire. Tbe expenditures of the army will
also be subjected to a a rifid economy." The
Coast Survey office will not escape 'he gener
al cutting down. In a word, Mr. Cobb in
tends to expend only a- much as is necessary
fir carrying ou the government - paying no at
teutioD to tie amount appropriated, and only
carrying out existing contrnctp.
A f ir the recommendH'iona to Congress,
the Prtsideiit will not recommend any in-'
crease in the tariff, with the xception, in all
probability, of the article of tea, coffee, and
eugnr. Tt is you may rely upon. The ouly
encouragement the iron interest can expect is
the recommendation to use iron as much as
Kioible in the construction of public build
ing. Any attempt to increase the duty ou
irou will be oppose;! by the administration.
A Letter f roiu !Vew ork.
Mrt. Tvodlet Abroad Suck Bargain
Niw Yoaa, Oet 20, 1857. '
Mr. TooiHeg ia n -r jilory. Nfver were there
o many ant ritriordinarv opportuuitieo to pro
vi lu herself with possible future coi'Veci-ncen, at
low ratea, aa now. She can't ntp ont of door
without meeting "inch barpainf," right under fu r
nose, were nevrr beard of twlore. The revul
sion haa compelled anv number of aristocratic
wholesale dealer in dry oo1a to break tbeir pack
agrli, eipo their etocka upon the count, r, and re
tnil to all who cho ae to buy, at lea than the co-t
of importation, ileavj ralaiien, with lareaUcks
of eipetiiiire gola, are coirp.-lle.i to follow suit.
They uiuiM have money at any price, to meet ma
turing obligation a.irotd ; for all uur laaliionar-
retail dry ood eatabliehments now-a-Jays are th ir
The newspaper column are full of advertise
ment of dry cooda at unheard of prices. Per coo
sequence, Mig. Toiil!'-, n a host ol worthy di-ripl.-a,
may he aero throngini; tbe f tre ta, day after
d -y, beii'teinu the chief anions thf cheap . lline
SUtiltshmeuta, and pur.-haaitij; untold qnstniuVa of
everjthinjr "to wear," not b. cue they oeed thi-ro
ju-t now, but b.-cauaa thty are very cheap, and it
ill be "sohainiy to have them in it house." So
eairetr are i hey, that it ia almost iu.poa-ible to wedge
one's wavthrout the crowds that Jim . r! of t:ie
Proa J way sturra, eztendio aveo out upon thesid- -
Ik, l'i rear guard walling patiently, as at a batik
run, lor tUeir turn to ent r within he pjrlal.
td Item Lurope,
The first irmullajrDl of i: oi l from .Eurdpe arriv.-d
in the Eurttna. the amount beiit lUt t30,0u0.
The New York TrtbuH of Tbursdy aay:
A portion of th comeaio return for Mils bought
at Kw fiurea aiid sent out to b reuiitttf I iu g I i,
and a portion rotuea fr th purchaa- of pro-tuee,
Aj. 7ts o'HOwnf eo-Hthff by tUt Jtrti t t tirioui
!y trntimaUi ut a tuulii'i, f fvo aUUiom. It was
curr- ully reported in the sir r that a bal king
btrastf hei received a d s a'Ci fro-n Iil:f ii aa-'
nouuein. t atXlUO.OOO would be hipp-d iu
to tb m by the iVnua. Another dispatch) has been
received, annoancin the return ol a considerable
amouul of In!: unJ.-r protest.
Tbs Klcatrawtiain 9Ilatlatr.
Tha H s.hiiigUKi corn soudect of the Da;!y
Timva wotiij arti to have et it rret the q. Minn
oul 3Jr irarri's reception by our Uovernuf bt as
Nicara uau 3d it.lat- r, asi J iu cocseq jeut rtfeoui
tloo of tbe preattit Govemmetil of that r- p'ii.c.
The correspondent of the Times deuieJ that such
an arrscgement htJ been made. T: is was coutra
ai'.leJ, axiJ tbe torre-j juJoi thna replies j
Sly etotr'Ji-tion wis hae-J on the d.rert eu
thorny of the Secretary uf Slate, who not OiWy
mmjt i&at lia first be Lear J of any sacb teetptton
tit treaty was through $b Nr York Srra, but who
is acder lha tuipresttoa that Ur, Iraarri eipits la
! lor bi!u by I ateaiucr of to-eiorro. I'rrs
fctrut Uuil!nn a -d Lor J hJier afa alio authority
Lf li'J CQt.l.'ACii-'O.
LEGISLATURE OP TENNESSEE.
Tcisdat, Oct. 27, 1S57.
Mr. Bratcher, from the Committee on new eoun-tie-and
count j line, rpported with an amendment
ihe bill to change thi Iiu8 between the counties
of Lincoln and Mar-hal.
S-nat bill to rep-tj th irq'ii-dtorial power of
Grand Juror was made the special ordt-r for No
Mr. Reed, a bill to make tb burning of a dwl
ling house or oat bouse, by a el.vo cap tal fdo
ny. P.s-'d In reaJing and referred.
Stfiiate took a recess prr-paruorj to going i
Convention to elect a United States Senator..
; BOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
- Tomdat, Oct. 27, 1857.
' BILLS INTRODPCKD
Mr. Thompson, to make tbe State in caaes of
crime, and the counties in case's ol m'si' rn-anor.
liable for -II costs, in ctacs of acquittal of the pir-tu-s
Sir Ale v to make certain persons liable for not
keeping up public roads. '
Vtr. Loaie, to incorporate Newcastle Female Ic
Aitu'e Mr. Bicknell, for the relief of Spencer Henry, tax
Coil ctor of Bioum cou-'ty .
Mr. Bradford, to pro luc uniformity in th- rail
road r ports of this State, and to dtfioe the duties
of Road Commis-ioner.
Mr. Whiie, cf UaujiltoD, to amend the chait r
of ChaUnliOOyS. ; .
Alf-o, to incorporate Tennessee Valky, Georgia
and Selma Bai.road Company.
The resolution n quiring th Road Commis-ioner
to prepare a radroaii map of the State to aciOmpa-
ny bt Report, ws taken np. Mr. Dunlup moved
an amendment provi'iing that the eost of cucb map
-hoult not exceed four bunbel and buy nollire,
rhich was ailopted an 'I the re-olation Was rejct-
d by a vote of 54 to 16
The resolution of Dr. Richardson, to appoint a
joint select committee on Bauk suspensions, was
SENATE BILLS ON SD BEADINS.
To extend the time to perlect lnd titles. Pafsjd.
Mr. Bulloch, from Select Committee, reported t
bill directory to the public printer, witb an amend
ment, nd recommenced it pus age.
Mr. Thompson entered a motion to reconsider
thevoteof yesterday, npcting tbe bill directory
to Attorneys General.
S-v ral Senate tiil passed first reading.
he House took a recess pr paratory to receiv
ing the Si Date in convention.
The Convention having arijourned, tbe Moose
whs called to older, and on motion adjour. ed till
2f P. M.
FLECTION OT C. 8. SENATOR.
The convention of the two Houses harm? met
in she llall of the Houe, to elect a Senator in Con
gress, to succeed Mr. Bell, whos t rm of office ex
pires on the 4'b of March, 18C9; a eall of the
convention was demanded, and it was found there
vi re 24 Senators, and 62 Representatives present
Mr. TravL, of the Senate and M ssrs. CaldwHll
Ivie and V hite, of Knox, absent. Mr. Wtdt
tborne, of Miojrv, nominated Hon. A. O. P. Nich
olson. Mr. UiohardfOn, of Rutherford, nominated
lion. Jolin B-II, Mr. Richardson then mov d thnt
the action of the Convention be poa'poreed until
Tuesd.iv next, to give Mepsrs.Nicholson ami Bell ticn'
o answer the interrogatories whi h have been pro
pounded to them by a committee of the minority
of the convention, Mr. White, of Knox took his
sent in th- convention. Messrs. Richard-ori and
Whittborne made some remark", respectively, for
and canst the proposition to postpone Tbe
question being taken ayes and noes, the motion w .s
lost bv a vote of 2 to 43.
Mr. Jones, of Lincoln, moved the previous ques
tions on the nominations which the President del-hired
to be out of order
Mr. McConico offVred a resolution declaring the
election of a United Stati 9 Senator at thi time un
necessary and inexpedient; which Mr. McConico
proceeded to liiscuHS A point of order whs made
hy Mr. Munday, of Sumner, and the President
declared trie resolution and discussion out of or
der. Mr. Bmzleton moved that the convention adjourn
till 2 P. M., and the ayes and nuysbi-ine called the
n Otion prevailed by a vote of M to 33, aud the
The convention of the two Rouses havins re
assembled, Mr Thompson moved a call of th
convertion Mr. Travis, of the Senate, and Messrs.
Caldwell, and Ivie, i f the Hous", absent. Mr.
Whitthorne asKed leave to read a copy of a reply
of A. O. P. Nidiol.jon to certain interrogatories
propounded to him by a committee of the minority
party of the present Ltisliture. 1 tie chair de
cided th t in order to obtain such leave, it required
the unanimous consent of the House; and there
hi inc objections by Mr. Newman, the leave w is not
Mr. Bratch r moved the appointment of a com.
mittee to draft, rules for the governm- nt of tht
Convention; the Chiir ruled this motion out of or
der, statins that the two Houses, in their separate
C;ipai Uy, bad tbe power to appoint a joint commit
tee to drift such rules, but that it did not belong
to the convention to no so.
The otj ctions to the reading of Mr. Nicholson's
letter having been withdrawn, Mr. Whitthorne pro
ceeded to ra'1 the reply.
senator Uivis moved that tne convention pro-
-.2' immediately to ballot for United States Sena
tor; and the iiyes and noes heinj demandi d, the
notion prevailed by a vote of 58 to 89.
Mr Beale moved to adjourn the convention till
Thursday next motion lost.
Mr. ilcCoiJcd offered a resolution to declare John
Bi ll Senator from Tennessee in the Congress of the
United States Senate, from the 4tu of March 1869
to March 4th, 1865.
The convention then proceeded to vote for a Sen
ator to succeed th Hon. Jonn Bell. Mr. Saunders
stated to the convention that be believed it was
uticonstituiionl, and declared hi purpose to leave
the Hall, which he did. Mr. floff said he bad bis
doubts as to te constitutionality of tre proceed
ing, nd wua excu-ed from voting. Mr. Vaughn
was "L-0 excu ed from votlnc on the same cround.
The toll tietng called Mr. Nicl.olson receiv.-d 5S
votes, Mr. Bell 35. and Wo, B. Cimpbell l
Whereupon Mr. Nicholson was declared electa
and the convention adjourned.
Col. HeverlrS, Allen.
At ft tneetinu of the tnembr-t of th Bar,
heltl at the Conrt Ilonse, in llnnf injfdun, on
Saturday, tlie al7th of Oct 1857, tbe follow
itip irceelin3 were had, to-wit:
Upon motion of Inac R. Mawkinf, "Esq..
Valentine S. Allen, Eq., was appointed Chair
man, and Alvin Hawkins, Eq., Secretary of
the meeting. The chair in a brief and appro
firiate manner aunounced thedeaMi of Colonel
Heverly S. Allen, and explained the of jer'a of
the meeting, whereupon, upon the motion of
Alvin Ilawkina, E-q., Iegrand M. Jonea, Iano
R. Hawkins, I- M. L. Barker, Ii. M. Gainua, L.
L. Haw kitic, Napole.ui Priept, Ja. M. Leaoh
and E. L. Ti)ue, E-qra.t were apointed a
committee to draft resolution, ezprnaai ve of
thonetjeof this meeting touciiing the death
of Col. Allen, who reported the followinng
Prfft'iiMe at id Resolutions to-wit:
"Whekkah, We have asbomhled as metnbera
of the Huntingdon Bar to pay the last tribute
of Ri-spcct to the memory of a deceased
Col. Beverly 8. Allen ia no more. lie died
at hia residence, in Huntingdon., on Monday,
the 5th d tyof October, 1857. A few de
ago, he wa- itli us in the enjoyment of lua
o-ual bealthf and actively engaged in the dis
charge of hia professional dulieit, but the dcf
troyiog angel has Tinted oor baiul, and onr
i'.roiher is gone fr m among ua forever. U
virtues alone survive him. He waa a native
f North Carolina, bnt when be was vr)
yom e, hia parents emigrated to Carroll Coun
ly, Tetinea-ee, where fi has redel mot of
hia life. It wa in our m dst, he waa rere J
atid educated. It waain our midst, be si tr lied
and practiced Ins pri f.ion. It was in t tie
mid-t of t!nse who lid known Mm lone-t
and bl that he breathed hia laU Hia name
Manila intimately c nnecfed witli the Legisla
tive, Jud cial and Politic! History of Tetine-a-e,
a-tiUjj the cnfi'Jnc t i ft-llow-citj-Zena
had in bis enpacitv, iu'erity and eruu
al honor, aud leaving a moaumeot to bu tuetn
r, i t which LU friends may well be proud.
Resolved, That wtih the fitr.i'y and friends
if 4our d-c-aed Brother, we eiurerrly and
derpty fympa biza in thia their irreparabl
bsa, ai d iu the death of Cl. Alleu, our pr.-K-bti-.n
lias loet one t f it I rig'.test cruatuci.i,
and ourcomuiuuity one of its bet oitiZi-o-, and
tii.d another proof, that "It U appintd
tu tu all Uieu once to tlie.'
ReaulveJ, That we f are and do cheriah a
fiigh reafKCt fi.r ti e irtoes taieuta, aoil
T .lilies, and profetonal attiniiut of Vvl.
Alleti, aud tlct piy regret Liadealb.'
UetoUw!, That the Secretary vt this meet
ing fartiiah to the wife and tbe parenta of our
lamented Brother, tuanuacriiit e.piea of thew
or. credir-gw, and the U'tsf Icnueu Wkij atiii
S'uHhtilU i'airipl be itrjuesled to pUbiuU IL
Upoo tuotloo, th- preamble) -Bd ro!atUr
were nGaDimu.?y adopted, and U iue:ing
tLea adl iurtJ.
V. S. ALLEN, CaL-rcatu
Atvis II a weiss, Secretary.
Third appearanro of the eminent Tragedian
Mr. C. W. CouIi!ocl,
who la tnraed for a limit d number of nigbts, and will
appear thia era ing as CUT LO K.
On this evening, Wednegiay, Oct. 2Sth, 1S57 will be
presented S .aeiare' great play, in act .entitled
THE .tIltCiia."( T OF VfXICC.
OYKRTCEE ... BY THE ORCHESTRA.
The performance wi'l conclude witb the laughable Farce,
in I act, -n'i!led
Tha Spectra Bridegroom; or. A Ghost in Epita of
Pf PCH fiVCTFa.v!!
niiiFxr nio.ti on folk.
No. lOOClirrry Street,
HAS pirt receivd a fine lo: cf rhEill OY3TH13 from
Norfolk He be iu cotsttut suppiy of o- tera
during ttie season. oci2S lot.
PREMIU M .
SINGER'S Pewing Machinee were examined and tested
on tVERY conceivable description of WOl-K from
THINF.8T CAMBRIC to 1 HI' K LtA TIO R, bv the most
scientific judge.) in the country, at tbe late Mechanics"
Institute Fair, Nashville, Tenn.; and were pronounced
"DtClDfDi.Y TH a MACHINE- for FAMILY or AY
(VTHKR Urt" here sewing is require !, aud were awarded
the HIGHKET PKEMIt'M. the DW'1.'MA which now ta
to be sec a banging in tl ia office. I'- UL'MS too NUSlt k
OCa 10 mention here have been AWARDED to thee Ma
cbtae in the CSlTtD STATUS and EUt OPE; amrog others
the HK.HEsi PKtMlUM tl e MEDAL cF HONOS at the
late "EXPOilTI N UNIVEttSfcLI F ACE.
fgr- ihe public is invited to e ill at tihibiuoa Office.
46 PI'HI.IC KQrAKEt
A examine for thems-lve, and test tha capabilities of
these; Mebinw for all sorf or work.
r- Machine Oil Needle Marhlne Silk, """bread on
s loots and balls, on hand and for sale wholesale and retail.
I. M dinner a Co.'s Taztte rent to anv part of the
country gratis, to all who aesire information concerning
octii tf. wm . MMUfc, Ageni.
I, a ml Sale.
PURSUANT to a cVcree of he Hon Co -oty Coart at its
iirinhfr trrn IS&T.ln ihe c ue of R chatd Koe
. .... ii. i iiirwa. TTP 1 1 A V
mrf 1IP. m It !I e.T VJm W W ' ' ' u . w
THE i8TH OF NoVlMBKIt, "n the p ennies, sell lo
t:.e higuest b dderon a credit il one ana iwo yearn,
TWO TKACTS OK 1,4 NO,
lylnirin RoberUon coooty. District No !; adjoining the
i.nH. ,.t R l. Roe. tf.ran Wello. "mt o'hera. One lrct
ir. Tl tcre. tti- o'her 39 Acres.
The h ddiiij?-" on tr e TS acr- rac 'O pen ai iu per
acr-; and on the other Tract at f6 per acre.
Note with approved neounty will -e required of the pur
chaicr, nri a Vet rrtai ei until the i uct e money is
paid Cash sufficient at said aula will be required to pay
the ensi in said catue. R H. MURPHEY,
OctiS w8t. f pec al ComuiiMiouer.
I WILL attend at JonUn's 8toie, Williamson county,
Teun., od tha lMli cf Nove ber nex , and open a id
hoi. I aa election to led fie Di.tctors, for the Earminsrton
and Kayettevilie Turnpi.e '.'otnpan , "ho wnl toid the r
ifllfe for two enrs or uutil o'hers are e ecttd, all of the
stockholders of said cooipuny are Invited to attend by
therotel'- es or proxy
Given under iny hand the 20th day of October, 1S5T,
oct28 w2t. M.3. W LBB, Hres't,
Io' lbe Tiiue to II uy Cheap Dinner,
'I e i and lliuniber Setta ut
HICK'S CHINA HALL,
46 Public Square, ISashvilU.
WE hive about twenty five extra fine Dinner,T a and
( ha::.b :r reus, which we will sell at regular prices
for any of the Fr-e Hanus paper at par. Also a pr at va
riety of lanct anic e, both useluluud ornaneutal.
oct26 Ua2.v. A.H.1IICK3.
AI CTIIW SAI.K OP
GRO CUltlES ! !
LELLYETT, EWING & CO.,
O WKDMCNUtV. Ol'TttKF.II 88TII.
nEIONING t couflne our-elves berexfter exclusively
to a Lirior, Tobacco and ipar T' ade, we are ilesir
niii of clo iPR out oi-r -lock of t ther a' Holes nud will n
WKf)Ni-SrV VKXT. O TOBKH vSth -e!l at HU-tion
WirnTIT KKSEKVK at mir Warehouse Nos. 10 and 12,
MarVet street, ihe following:
3i'ciils Co'ton tope;
0 " Jute - '
pi " Hemp "
fOdra Bed Con's;
6) '4 floLVv Lines;
2tl chest and boxes Tea;
AO boxes fauces;
fiO " Pickles;
I " Pipe;
2i Gr Peeper;
15' 8: 'ice;
2(1 bair do
300 tg pure White Lead;
10 , 0 " 'aps;
l.S kes Soda;
.V'O " Nails;
10 bs Glass;
1 0' c .ses Oyter;
50 nesta 0- dar uckels;
60 Hainied Tui;
8(Mi b a 'oupx
S ' ctses atches;
CO bbls MoUme-;
20 do Vineuar;
90 do alcohol;
5 ' do Old Keerve Whisky;
ll do " Ke do
60 do " 'me ican Brandy;
20 o a Pipes treccu no.
1 0 hxs o do;
S bug. Java Co"ee;
1 ocKets loi.e.;
100,01'iM'i ar every grade;
So bxs t'alltirk le;
ft bills t'ab'e Salt.
Wih many other ar'iclea comprising a general aaort
meni of Groceries. Ttie attention of Dru gists W epe
ciall asied lo certain pirti ns of t .e aboe Bale posi
tive and to beg u at 10o'clck A. M.
oct2ti-td. I.KLLTKTT. KnVINO A CO.
FliESnT" AIllfTVALS ! !
T. & W. EAKiN &G0.
iVO. 4S PUBLIC SQUARE,
!x ami vi i.i.i:, ti:..ls.si:k.
We call attention to this STOCK, as we will sell them
very low for Cah.or to rromat Dealr.
Ti . W. KAKI'V A. CO.
NasHVUxt, Oct. 96, 1C5T.
-KESH OYSTERS. A fC
SAM. .T. CARTER,
.Ho. 25 In ion Street,
HAv? J'it reo-td so of the fnes rRC'H OYTKRS
ever bro t to this city. Ua bat n-.ade arrsnwa-ment-
o have a t e-h supply every day daring lfi stasun.
Ha. GOOD WI M w II jrlve a Co' I Hon Partv at hi rwan
. 1 oo o'!ee streel, on I hurty. Or tot' ?9ih.
Panr'tia; lh dm nars at 8 o'. kick, P. il. A aooJ t'u'il
tou U 4 will b Id aUand Dee.
Oa-a fur gentieuiea will ooimeaee this, luesday, at
T o'clock, t . M.
I raws 00 f r ten lef tons. '0 ba p.ii in advsnoe.
Alt the fancy dance, wll be Introduced tc.it -St.
Tennessee Plow Factory.
UT E have crt hand nd wt't - u for sale, ill ttie v.rie
tie of Plo.i matofvtu'el a' this fiUb I h 'ml.
M-riant aol pisnt-rs MJ'C ia.i .f la qa.a ii, will be
furui'hed at ractiry pnees.
Ocil8 tj.nl. (ents.
TTE will psy the hnrht market r n e t fu prime
aetxi j ln.
J ms , t va a co.
Wheat and Grain Wanted.
'I'lfr; sub l"r III t tl n s iy id- fcntir.t pr'c!
1 la ca-a to' H"V.tt. ttrn. IMiUan-t d'.iver.a
at ttia'r Mms o-iror '' L aud O erry -ta , a hvile.
Ap.'ti either at tha ml. at-at YV. H.tioedoa a t o s, Maiku
t-eet. C latki. sit'4i i It'J.
uituii:i I'tllt 185s.
AH aa4 r lr. f.r l-Ci. also, Cuuimi ao 1 Alaaoaea
tar IS' S.tor sale by
oe li. aa C1IA8. W. a alttl.
"fTstsi. OF 111 It.t.t..
UT t ht ewit sa a f Uwaries, eeiMttisf la
Malt, . hlskfi alla, Caisadlaa,
Tea, Cif.ts, T tfcaffl.-o, UriaJs ha. i Bal,
. c, 4fS:. aiiJ II ktirl t i-la Vnia. wll af ulick
w w ! SeU at raNMl imur baas u4 ai i.m So aa,
or f rt'54 ca.''
Sa ; wu a-tr'j e citjr st4 " 4ir5e smpanv
w. it ww wui itut el eat ii5';i tcrau ta Uta maw
war. apiiy u
iirvi rtsira. wtf ea a co.
, ,o fit I .
'I iiScrw-tiior. af O. w;. -m .a.t a ,11 Wars ui.r'h mf fa
L ka taasr iciereni kjr tal st a', tu i ica j ta t nrr
ir. L Lataii'Ml w in aa
l W a a at aa J
tee, a. x fit Ujh C43Hii v int.
7A?ITi;0.in,tAtt1aiiaiait tt;. '
aa4I y. t. flCSir.
.BOARDING. k. No. 1 room
acd Boarding can t had by aptivtng a
No tA, Market atreet
In view of the reneral suspension of specie payment
the Banks of Tennessee and other Slates, the under- igned
have to-day deemed it unadriab!e longer to continue spec:
payment. The holders of our notes who may prerer m
notes of the Ban of Tennessee, can at all times receive
them ia exchange for ours.
DYER PEARL, Pres't uf the City Bank.
A.K. CR0ZIKR, " Traders' Bank.
- - W. B, SHAPARD, " iJrrchanU" ......
J.D.JAMES, " " Bank of Commerce.
D F. CARTER, u u of the Union.
OWINi'i to the financial condition of the country, and
ihe R-eat depre.Mon of trxd I to I it necf"r to
reJui-v th price if R g to 8c per tb., lo lake e!!eet from
an l after tbe first a of iNott i bar. tST fter the 1st
da of Novcii. ber I - ill pay Ac cub for rood 'an-: an! 1
hope tbe trade wi I iee the necesi.j of ibi. coure at this
try ctr im on manufacturers.
OeU6-lm. W. S. WKITFJ1AS.
A NSW BOOK,
By the a ithor of the
Just reofived by
CHAR II W. SMITH.
'OILLOTT" BtST STEPL PRNS; anon the lot some
fvorit9 numbers. Just re:eived and for sale b
Oct 8 BO CiIA"LKS W. SMITH.
QITS. By tbe au'horof the' Initials-"
TH K PLANTERS' DA'-'lHT'. A Tale of Louisiana.
GCY LIYINGSTOV; Or, Thorough.
THISE AND MINK ; Or, The Step Mother's Reward-!
NOTHING TO fAY. Do-sticVs.
THK GRFTS0V LETT H3. Py Henry Kopers.
THE WORLD IV A POCKKT B' K.
ESStYSIN BIOGttAPHY AND CRITICISM.
INFORMATION ABOUT TEX. Rrahan.
THE POOR BOY AND MEROHtNT PFINCB.
TCCKFR'8 "ISTOtY OF UNITED STATE.
MABEL YAUGUAN. By the author of Lamplighter.
For ale by CHARLIES W. SMITH.
oc'tl. Q 4 rol1ere tree.
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by H AO t!J k BRO.,
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fin, volume, 12 mo. Price I.
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I snrply at (oct 19)
THE F0XJVTI,' aTjT, KNOWLEDGE.
The Reason Why,
CA1FFUL ot'ecton of ome hoiirnd o're'wons
for t Inir' wSic1!. 'Ho e vna 'Itv knnwn Inper.
Tt'Ct'1- uali-r-tool. boo'' of enn-t ned ar"ent I know!
edu"- fnrthe millioa. Prcetl,"5. Fimie hr
Oct IT If Tk BIO.
A new Novel by th1 Author of the Initiala."
QrITS: ore' b 'he Ba-onen Tantphas'is, Author cf
"The Italian. " nst received by
Oc' 19 il t n a BKO.
Or, TIME WORKS WOVDKTiS;
A P-ue! -o "Miroid Tracf. B J. F. Snith, author of
"Dick Tar'eion," c
onii't. TO SY.
A sUfitIT anp AT MlBOCtT'C "NOBIESY,
Which has "Noth ng to Do" with Nothing to Wear." By
xprmxn to r.'r.
Illa'rated. Not bv 'h- ithor of ,,V-thl i t totYesr"
for a e bv (oct 19) HAONAPRO.
PCKrT POST, une"ed and ruled, '0 Ream', lu-t re-C-i
ed h- c' 191 HVN RRI.
fiRis Blue and Whi'e It'innet Boi'ii lu tr cetv-
eH bv (oe 1 H0N A HRH.
C O T
Nashville to Charleston and Favannah.
T ROM ,nd a fer ihi date ci"on will be can led lirouen
In orl--t n an ' PiTarr.xh f r ' 3(1 i er bale, of not
ove r ei ht. "tV" e;i'ti!n d's' N'n itn. vil1 b 'til)
:eet 'o a eh'r'-e of f ft ce"t" r r 1 lb for the . This
i a enc'ion of ct er ha e from 'ormer r t- .
'hinrers " n t f r'n'1' the 'gent, with a correct list of
wvijr'it , and are ir former that cofon r ot In
;ooi siiiimmx; oitnnt
-ill l-erefu ed. CHAS. W. vnrOV,
cc" General Aven.
I""" Cot'onfrom a'l Pta'ions west of Mevenson will be
f h 'rve ' saTe ra'- s.
Na.hellle. Oct 1't la'T.
"fHF citiaens of Nashville now have an opportnnltv ef
I providinir fhennelve with a full supply of iiii)l
CO AI. fur the winter, bv application 'o the undersirnet .
or to J. M. II t'KIv, at 'he K"a Coal ortice, NashvllU
and Chattanooga Railroad Depot.
aiv24 'f. O. r. FT. MttTtV. rent.
nHIS Is the favorable time to bnil I 0"r rif.terns. The
I oattTCisTvaa BfiLrr, Ht'tiH L HKAt'V. I row ia
hi elt y, sn't prepared to b tltil f era of all lie, Apptt
eaion "ia le bv no'e. or o'herwie, to II. n. "i-ovel, will
reoeiv pmmt attention. ton.. 6m.
j I'm r in ci ivi i).
H tVli'IMt iin 'lV"f Fall and Winter Ooodi, Gen
tlemens Furntilnc i:ooli and 'loihiny.
Al'O. a root nr'mfit of Ca dtiiere", an I vul-
ln', nil of hich i!l be made op to ord-r in the most ap
pr.veay'e, by T.J 'lot! H, f erf,
aeotlT. No. 11 Cedar strew', Nashville.
Brr But. Coittfe;
Ii5 bi.a-1 N. O. for sale loi
Ilt, NAIL A.l CAVn.CS
LB. Iron Pittbor(r:
l.M'O krg Ni l", a orted;
An tou. Castings, by
Octlil. R. 0 BNDT.
MI.T, TAU AI ItO.M.-'i.
Ort rk B 'S foe a't:
OUU 1' 0 bbl.. V. C'a o'lna Tar;
Wll IS K V.
1i i ,,RI J jl,u Sml' t-'e-erre;
9 W Nitbl Pavne". hler'-on County;
8.KI Ree- fl -d h aky;
And all articles in the Grocery line.
Octte. R.C. BvnY.
EGBERT A. E A WORTH,
Jl'SJICK OF TI!' PEA CK,
a a d
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS,
19 prepared to ex-cute any business p taini' f to tbe
above named o'tces
Tbe in and certifying "eoo-l the aev-nowletra-
Bsant of Ore ! 1'owrr of kttorn. , v of i-r in.t rumr nta
of writlna l be usad in other fitalat, will eranaod bta
r;it' l'.r aite itiua.
0:hce, Wrt itoo-,Cit Hall, 8J ftory orlli.
JrsTopeu-d bin-, crey, brown, anj bio rto bt sails,
fur b'y 'mil S years of ag apwa'ds. Ataw.
Business aud Drcsi Co. s, Icjrlhj- w.lb a flic aaaortnaal
Pacta, " erwaar, ae ,
X53 Oodnr etroot.
II.IITOX Jl AltitltlT.
iX-tl. Ii Cfiar SLrev,
. - - r.-' '
W. IL CORNELIUS,
(rv - vo a'rotaa)
ASO DEALEa IS AM KINDS CF.
McV.llc Uurlul Cases
I " ILL ftra K. atlt-a lo I. all Faaarala wbra ea!w
en, at ner?'o,r ; artif will jim,t utinMrf tat
is f)l:i f a UK tu niit, . f ja.lt f &4 la ga4
.1. a. v m t aer ua aud avery sty of wwoa aw4
t-ti "tl, - hatf, a.
"I l o a t. .d u ti- pii rS i.. as I kicaPoa f Lota ia
Ml i:vlitav arv, aa I wa (irueurv (Jn4t fov Uia utt,
awine aatt write 4 be l! a (obut v.
t Mi aj i4a t isw rnawval ef Witea to all utivwt
fy a eiacr Cvaarlriea. at a H.r.4K4 p-ttm. aa par a
kirfsci:-. T Lladlev, ntf t9l tat'. Oixl (Vaa-wrs-.U.
W. Sa r iir.j lr. tfuwil. k J. T
tlr, J. '. at m) i w4 if
tOU III T,
rvWrt scat Dw;Si a; ttowaa, aa tsa ri. sax.t
I f a;.l. fcr t& tttti( jsar, c-a cw.ai--f t
sUmsct, .i ,T ki cfcea kJ D- lltl.l' ..it,ie,
Cari. li-., SO. a try; i In l U. HitK,
a.i ta.oca it ir ai riukn' tJ.ak,
IJ1.U it . iall A rv--r' t itle.. i J h.st va I i a&.i
I MtUttf s- IK '.'li-it SS-
The Unison Vliy!
A eafeful eollecion of me thousand of Reafoni for
Things which, though general! known, are impcr
. fectly undirrsiood.
By the Author of -INQt."Ir.E WITUIM.,
This day received by -
Oct2J. VP. T. BERET k CO.
A -NEW NOVEL.
By the Author of "The Initials.
A NOVEL By the Author of "The Inlt'a's.
Jua received by oct22. W. T, BEurtx L U.
W. T.nril l V A CO. liMTejtist received
7"A leyitiot'r Ctt'7. containing all ihe rules forccn-
toeting bu ines in Convres; JeflersonN Manual; ami ine
C tiic Manual; ith copious notes and mura-ina! refer
ence, explairln tre rules anrt the authority ther.for de
iened to eccnoirie ti re am' secure oni'ormily iu the pro
reeding of a'l He lN-rstive 'errb!ien.
THE LIFE CF A GBEAT ORATOR.
S. S. Trmtiss. of Mississippi.
U'. X. IIFKKY A IO. !
THE I1FE OF PKfNTISS. Edited by his Brother.
8 vo a. 12no.
Netto Pte-k Henry.". B. Prf n'lft vm the rreateat
na'nral orator that has appeared in th's eoantiy
Pass inr wit, keen arrsm, apt flostrations, and brilliant
fl(sirerf speech, ponred in r'cfo'inn from hU lipa borne
on a OTent or feetire hirti irreslj.ioiy carriea
whatever audience he addreed.
T. until V V O. hsi atltset en aal
W1RT R LIFE OF PATRICK HKNRY. 1 vol.
GARIANT'- LIFE OF JOHN' K A vDOI PH.
MARflMH,'.' L'FF CF WA?'lNGTO.
MO'TtF'S f IFF OF SHFRIOAV. Oetl4.
BAVPWIN'a FLCH TIMES IN AL B AM AND MIS
SISSIPPI. BALOWIM'S PttTT LFADrii'. Bein? Sketches ol
Jeffeeon. Hamilton, JacVs.in, Clav, c. octM.
Fanny Fern's IVew Uook.
Jt v c s ii he..
V c s
BY FANNY FERN.
In one vcltime, Blue and Gold.
From th AV'f) Ynrk Courirr,
Fsnnv!" leare are a'wavs fre-h livelv and piquant, ard
they hare tlie rf-m of na'ure ar-out 'hem. There a-e a
reoo manv mf-ed erf ie a t o it tha' Knn Is rrde,
vulvar ant ftippant. Put fit's c'as- o' critic think that
anything t car'e anil vu!rr, and fiirart, that i rof
common-plro and 'u!l, and tirid. alespeere. pnd
Bvrn, and Merne. and r'diOD. and Fisl' lnn, are Hread.
fullv coarme. aed they are d'raitfi ll poplar. A French
eri'ln hs com' aed fhakspeare to a dnnp hill, hut what
of it? Cri'k will have their aay,"n1 thev have a riph' to
sav wh bcy thi"k; a"d the p'iii;e h. a right to think
too; a nd I'. alT exerc''e O is i;ht Uhout anv renra
revard to the oiii-io' of ci"ica than the weather rhuwa
for 'he varte on a rl-ur-h te.pV. The pnMlc have tiven
onq'-estioranle evii'i ree of likii Farpy Fern's Ve,ce,
and the 1 1 h'ie revr a prove' ol wla' i coar-e ard vul
var. FsnnV. t )e has the vivacity, terenes, and epi
rarrrr.a'ica' i;vriire of the ff em h schcol. while her
fancv le o full of e'er Jat fendernesii, ami a teemirr wilb
rlmsle dran-e'ic " re and feellnt as te mot hrany nd
lcllomle rf Krgli h writ rs 1 her are some wt o com
plain tha t r e In a r er- par- a-rsr' I-1. ard so sne l. ard
sn were f:oior on, an Krsrk'in and Pope, nd Montane,
and la Pocr.fo caild and Biron. l i t it would be an
od rliii ct'oo to rra e to spy aiiif or tha' te coe pressed
irto a i ararraph the i! hi h another in vain .iterrpfed
to ilifU'e 'hiouuh an era or a volume. Fanny Fera
cli-i he.t Info a reputat'en throoph the frea'e t ilifllrnltie ,
tie wrote for cbicure io' rna', and crmielled the wnrld
to iveovr ire t-er suiu" in rPe of the unfortunate chao
Del. throuuh wt iph she addreaaed It.
The preent vo'nipe is a erv pretty little one wph fi t
edjre, and a nM' t btndinir wtirh tas ar an'tipiated lonk,
rial irg a verv aereeshle contrat to tre coin moo blue and
gold now the ripe am cgook manufacturers.
MR SALE IX QVA.XTITtFS BY
W. T. BERRY 6c CO.
RAVTVO s-foclotrd with me in Oe Wholesale Orocery
and Produce llu-inea. Oen. Ptt xotfo p0!l of
I ebanor. the ni-n e of or firm will he P A C A lk'ON.
Thanl ful for 'l e liberal patronace I b ve I eretofore re
ceived, I wonid r- spec full Irlnrni rry d cn.'on rrs, and
all new ones, tl t urder He p-eert arrrfretrin thej
wt be mud bttrr opphtd 'hsr In reiofo e. aid "rust
thev will call aud examine our larre stoe, of reod rnw,
Id store. CI-.L1UH jNDlkM S.
P. & C. ANDFRS0V,
"VYholesala Grocra, Produce and Commisnion
MER C H A N 1S,
aao dkaler ia
Brandies, Wines, Whisky, &c,
rteulrre in Ilacon, l.nrd and rouutry
I'rodurei of every f e riitlou,
3, LroaJ Strict,
UTF have cow In store and offer for sa'e cheap, the
fol'owinr choice and select articles :
a,0nl " coarse do;
l.'-nfl V d "iails, orted;
80i' bug;- Cotton Yam , as
ortcd 500 lbs Rectired Wl.li-Vy;
i. ' Pye do;
M " lio rhon do;
Ml Mom r (jahela do;
9!S hweet V. fne
in V pipes ' ne UraDdies;
2 bids OIp.;
1ft I inn;
aim h Oiffre;
fn fd- P -ar, from fine to
ion di'n n painted Bni-kets;
B ' lo t'edar do;
'.'ft ret T. h-;
Eon n nilf- hn , aored;
S5 hb I.f, I'riifhed and
Kowrlered - fsr
StW rrcr s Wrappirf Pper,
Si 0 hoxrs Ulaitware, as-
ftOiloren vt aJhbcards;
5 b. g- t-ptor;
10 ' I'Tper;
20 " On Rer:
lw'cvli null h feda;
b bbl ilrim.tooe;
6 " A Him
. casks Madden
1 0 oi 0 ript.r, nfforted;
SiKi i C'l O ! fap
ftrbxs Tobaceo, aaaor'ed;
SVI " Frearat't'a oap;
.'im bap' 8 lot. a-sorted;
8,1)1 o llw Bar I.ad;
6 bb s Hlao 'np;
1 casea Maiein-e;
5 OrrtHini Indtpo,
And every other artcia In the Grocery lice which ara
offered at eairrmely low prices.
P. A C. AXDERPOM.
Oct 17 No 8 Broad street.
rHK sub-crllerhave a "-TK AM PAW Mil. I. in success
ful operation in Jac on rxODty, Ala on the Na.h
ville and Chananoova Ra lroi, near Meveraon leoot,
and are prepared to f rnh all kinds of LumtMtr, and In
anv quantilv, on the shor est nmire. They respretfully
sol cit orders from tie rutins in tha c;ty of Nashville wisl.inc
Laiubrrof any de er ptton. They will deliver Lumber at
anv depot on the Railroad.
HaptiaSm INQALLS. TALLY k CO.
LEA & PERKINS'
WORCESTERSHIRE SAU E
KITH A (T
of a Letter from a
to ins BRorur.it,
WoacKKTva. Mv, lWl:
"Tell LKA Jt I'K.R.
I'.INS that thtir tiAl I'H
TO BE THE
ONLY GOOD SATJCE,
d arrucaaLR to
at r tMt-rf
tii'hl esteemed in !u-
a and ia, in my opin-
.ou. toe uhi paiaiauie,
as ell as lha iuo.1
ln.li-eoiue !?auce that if
The only Medal awarded hy the Jury of tha New York K
hiliition for fr.reirn ranr-.. was olitained by LKA A FKIt
SIN!, for iheirWORl'lJil'KUSilIRK CAl'CK the world-wide
faroe of which bavin Ird to numeruus Inii'atinus.iwirchaieri
are eartie.riv re'iur-sted to see thr.t tlie name of "LKA At
Ht tO;!N" are ii'i rraed upon tlie Bottre and felopr, and
jrtnLed lipn the labvla.
bole Wholaafe Arrnta for the t oiled fHatea.
JOHN DTJSCA5 ft
4UA ItreutlM)t . V.
A stock alwavtin store. Also, orders received for dirwtt
fcipmeiit from i i'.:and I May o, ly.aoc p.
" AD2I IN I STrTtOR'S "h OTICE.
IllAVR thti.,J luiw kI Admlniairallna on tha estate
u'J.T. brown, drc'J Thoe indebted le said astato
will rad and pay up, anJ creditors will O.a tbeir ;lalina
viih o time or be barred.
.-t 1 d JMa WfiOD?, Adas'r.
BY vir'ae of aa ei'cauoi aal order of sale to me di
reet e l trvm joaith ferrta, i m , ia favor of Jo. O.
Brawn af ainst Bjrton a Mums, I wi.l on tha 14:h day of
Wo tntti nest, rt(Kw to .ale, at tha reaulei oe of Ja '. aa
Miller, r koyrti.id.wear Naat:viW, to tb birbe.t biodvr
for caa a T lha ir.trrvtt or r.jfM U-.at JOMrpb Barton baa
in and a artrs w roao named Uarrtat, and ber two
ehudr. n, Mary and I 'a It ng tf e 1 1 pars therein, eaitt
r perty will b so kl i saiisfy atid caocution and order
of sie. raiw wi tin kccl hours.
J. K. HW JSDSO!, fkerllT,
aol-U. by K. A. CA M rlit-t-L. P r.
ft TANTLB a4 Jam Oratea, of all sisas eed patterna.
i.X aotd cheap to stal tba Uoa.
14 Markei street.
AlUGt ft ork wf So 1 Doaul.fae 9tgr Brojana;
fiira aiaaj Broaa, tHtuble a-jli:
Aa4 a rfm "ilinil of Heavy Kip Boets aaJ Ll
fctaad t tack aoie tthoea, Jart rwceivl by
Oettt sf. Cohrg street,
I rrs 1 1 Cheettf
r r x f tha abova jaat Jual res..a4 by Xipraaa;
a lntr LMvaa
1 f mJ et ar aaJ fee sale by
3. a. lostsTsis.
- -t--v La of clwaw WOOL wasted, foe wbkhl
D.UUU wuipjylta tlS.a.tcrtvr.
It. C. BAXPT.
tS foatkfyrai ta ef tie ,'aoreer l htnia neaia.
.ry etiuti, ief'.fce ia tbe c-o n I tociit la
pria nrwar, tta prwi tf ba4 wi;l uom be reduowd '
!( ,i la l it) per Jt IS Srti.ili.ilor. mjtnia
I) It vu -vt : rvraiasaal dav boarders.
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