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Wednesday Morning, December 9, 1857.
Official.! urn ual f oi Publishing the
Post Office better laist.
i? The Daily Patriot for one year, and a
copy t.f the poems of either of tlie 6tandard
poeU will be given for Hie Lest Carrier's Ad
drees in verse, (o be ready by .the 20th insr.
Poets, try yourselves.
Irlia i:iiza Logan.
Thh gifto l lii'Iy, who now stands at the head of
the list of American actresses, is playing an tor
gagementin M--mphis. We believe e he goes thence
to New Orleans where she will appear at Crimp's
Gaiety. We trust Mr. Criep wiil not fail to effect an
engagement (or this city al-o. It has been eever.il
years since Miss Logan played hero, and her nu
merous friends arc anxious to sins and hrar her
again. They have watched with eager interest her
Steady progress in her profession, and now thai she
has attained a po.-itiou whence ehe can contem
plate with just pride and t-xvltation her f-ucceasful
triumph over all obstacles, they Jetire to mauifst
to her their high appreciation of the matured ac
trcSH. They admit ed and were proud of her as a
girl; they admire and are all the more prouJ of. her
as a woman.
Tennessee Bonds eold in New York on the
3rd iuet. at 86 Jc.
Nashville Journal of Memcink and Fckge
EY. The December number of the above periodi
cal has been laid upon our table.
A Locomotive Laying its own Track. At
Moscow, lately, curiosity was excited by au experi
ment made with a new description of locomotive
runniug along the streets, aud bo constructed as to
cause the wneels to j down a sort of
wooden rail as they advanced. The locomotive
dragged after it a number of cars heavily laden.
The experiment, thnitfh the first made, h.l per
fectly succeeded. The author ol the invention is
a trader of Moscow named Prokhoroff.
t"Gen. W. T. H iskell was expected to arrive
at home in Memphis lust Monday.
2?" Our former fellow citizn G.n. I?. F. IIcHe
iiik, was iu the city ou a visit et'r(lav, looking
in "fine feather." The Je nocratie Htuiosolure of
Franklin county dou't hurt h in at all.
East Tennkskk and Virginia Railroad. We
have received a correspondence relative t tin; re
cent failure of the Eat Ti tineHsee ami Virginia
Railroad Conipnj to piy the int. rest on bonds of
the Company eudore 1 hy the Stite, and will pub
lish it in to-niorrow'a Patriot.
Yesterday wn a beiutiful day for Innp;
ekirts. But few of the ftir were out, and most of
them took adv.intajre of the occasion to "p ither up'
mud enough, to lust them, we ehotild think, ihw bal
ance of the year. Some of the dear creatures,
however, di lu't tret ai y; they, lik'' ousin R.illy
Dilhird's kina woman, just "gathered up'' their lrv
pood-", an i wad' d. The hipht of an ankl , a most
uncommon oceut rence, wa9 eijuyed by a lew at
least acton'shed allints.
JfgT" Cook's Sulphur Water is said to b no bet
ter now th ill mOHt of the Whiskv soli in Ka-hville.
It is) hard to tell where the river water ends and
where the Sulphur water heine.
A Sweet l.ellcr from ji N ret tl oiuan.
The WOI kill lllel) ( SheQleld. England, having
iptiuiMted to M iss Flokknck Nioiiiinoai.k their in
tention of preeiitinR to her a pet of ttible cutlery
maiiufu'turedl by thorns. Ives, t'mt Iidy returned
th followinp characteristic reply:
I am exceedingly porry to hive allowed your
letter to remain no long unanswered, but my occu
pations hive of late been 80 pressing that it haa
been unuvoi lal 1. The proposal which your letter
contains h peculiarly gmtifyirisr to me as -oni:itf
from a place, connected with which I have a-coeii-tiona
that will always if dear to me; and I fhould
at once frankly acct pt the offered kin Ines- it' I
could secure one point, which would be ess ntial to
my cotnlort in ?o tloiiiL', viz, that the amount of
subscriptions should be fixed on a scale which could
not po-sibly prove burdensome to any one. It is
not for me to dictate, but I shall be preatly obliged
to you, if possible, to press thi point, and to ae.
eure my friends that it isimt a sp'endid specimen
of what I already know Sh. ID Id can accompli-h,
that would be ;r tify ii r to me, biitinor ly a tok- ti,
and the simpler the better, of coo i wil! an 1 sympa
thy from a body in whose welfare I tdiall always
feel an especial int-rest. So strotij; was my feel
ing on this point that my first impulse on receiv
ing the propositi waj to r ipiest that those who
had this kind thought would content th- tiis- lves
by simply appeii-ting their n tines to a testimony of
good will; aud coul-l this be o, I should Oe more
than satisfied. Hut this I must leave for others to
FLORENCE N I i II T I N G A L K .
Adrogation or a Veneratkd Lkgal PitiNCiFLK.
That ol principle of En-li-h law which s.ivs
that ''no man -hall be put twice in j opardy for
the same offence" a principle that dates beyond
the days of Alfred has been uhoudoned. The
Law Times, a pr nodical published in London, in
noticing tie verdict of a recent criminal triul eavs:
''The courts havo gradually restricted the nu-uiiiug
of this once cherished maxim, until, in the case
now under consideration, it ha" b- en reduced to a
nullity. We are not prepared to say win th. rs ich
a result is desiral le, or if it is not lor the public
advantage that persons accused of crim should be
subjected to continual trials until a conviction is
obtained. Our present purpose is merely to re
cord the fact of the Annihilation of another of the
famous old maxima of our jurisprudence, in the
hope that the spirit and letter of the law may b
brought into aur- ement, and that one impartial
rule may be applied to ull offenders."
A Calico Party. The Roston Transcript thus
described one "of the most rtcheirh parties of the
season," which came off recently at the reMdciice
of a retired merchant prince, in S street:
"A nine qua non to the invited gue-ts wa
for the ladies appear dressed in Calico, and
the gentlemen in their summer cot, nn I most
faithfully did each sex carry out their porii.ei of
the programme; and a more tastefully arrayed par
ty of fair demoiselles rarely meets the eye than
wi4 here congregated. Upon their heuds were
rosettes and pendants of the varied hued pro
ducts of Lowell, Manchester and Providence. At
early eveuing dancing was commenced, beneath
the liv'ht of one burner in each chandelier, to the
music of the piano, at which the ladies alteruit cd,
and was kept up with unubarf J vLor, relieved by
occasional charadi performa: c s, till cupp- r
time; and lu re the t:eniu8 of the host in root, r n
iog to the timi s, added mirth to the bhea-iv h .p.y
party. The sp icious diuinc-rooin was t rown
op- n, and displayed a tabb , act forth, not with
costly plate, tiut the fiuits of the harvest in.-t- nd.
In the centre, upnn i-n inverted tin pail, nie. lv
drap-d, slood a volden pun pkin, fiom who-e . s
aud nose and mouth, beumeo lorth a u elh) luht,
relieved by the "dips" which a. t.reed the corner,
wrll secured in goo lv turnips. Y. Ht.w alAi s ot
'Ja ses gingerbread vi. 1 iing Iheir toutlisomc st. r s,
and Cochituate ale dispensed from ttone pitchcis
of the true grandma p. turn, ia niu-s ol dill ware,
enhanced the rdich lor renewed T rpsichore.m
Such a magnificent display of Iuxui ious pover'y
is all very well for one evening and tor spoil lor
B Bort of masquerading frolic. Ijut if these ele
gant ladies and gentlemen who indulge iu ouch
rare shows, were compelled to dress thus at all
times, at home and abroad, a louder and more
heart- rending complaint against ''nothing to weal''
would ascend from the midst of Suob loiu than
eveu the moving appeal, thejMua Flora MeFliuiaey
Lave already Bent forth.
We would call particular attention to lir. Mc
Leau's notice in another column. We add the fjl
lowiug from the St. Louid Jlirald, wloth s . iks
volumes ia it favor. We fay to all, give it
"We take es-peclil pleasure - reeou tueuih.i
McLean's celebrated Strengthening Coroi.l as an
invaluable remedy lor general dcb.Uy and weak
in 81. We have eeen it tei-ted iu a circle under our
own immediate observation, and cju vouch for Ua
eflicacy and worth. It is an article which ahould
be kept constantly in tvery family, as it is tvrUluly
an Invaluable uiediciue. See the advertisement iu
another coIumu.w Itc. V) lw.
STEAMBOAT A2iD EIVEE. NEWS.
The river is still rising at this point, and, judg
ing from the quantity of rain which has fallen since
Monday, is likely to continuefor several days to
come. Those parts of the city subject to overflow
are being rapidly submerged. The temperature
of the wather yesterday whs mil l and spring-like.
'J he Cuia is the only arrival since Monday. She
anl the Tempext are the only dtpirturep.
The great scarcity of freight ha caused the
greater number of our steamboats to "tie up" for
better times. We hope they may soon come.
Nkw Orlkans Fackkt. By reference t our
adv. rti-ing columns it wM be seen that the fteam
er J. II. I.ucm, with that experienc ed steam joats
oi in, II. G McComas in command, h is enter d the
Nashville and New Orleans trado for the 8 ason.
The Lhran left Memphis for New Orleans cn the
5th inst., and will leave the latter city for Nash
ville on Saturday uext, the 12th inst. Sha will
arrive barring accidents i:i time to leave q re
turn trij) on Monday, Dec. 21. The Lucas a one
of the finest and fastest boats on the Western wa
ter?, havii g for sever d mouths past been a reru
lar packet between St. Louis and New Orleam.
By diepitch we learn the Si!lie West .ft St.
Louis last night for this city. Should the weather
prove favorable she will arrive on Thursday, but
from'pre-erit appearances she cannot confidently be
exp -cted before Friday. Ou arrival she will leave
irumediitely on return trip.
The Ella will leave St. Louis this evening for
TO I:aM i!S i.-v OYSTERS.
I have completed arrangements this season for furni hing
the l;e-t nyters to t e had in our wa'erg, Mich (is Lynn Ha
ven liny, York Iliver, Mason's Creek, Western Branch Plants
Horn's llaihor, Naii.-emoml iliver, and o her favorite kinds.
My oysters are opened just a few hours before they start, so
that my customers may rely upon getting them fresh. Fre.'h
Oyi-tcs iut up in Keps and Cans, and forwarded with dia
patch by A'lams A Co.'tj Kxpress, Glover's Express, also by
St;iKe t" a"y part OI the country.
All orders accompanied by the cash, will meet with imme
diate attention, aud aie solicited.
p'lperior Fresh Norfolk Oysters to be had at my Oy?ter
Depot on Union street, opposite the liank f Tennessee.
1'hiuks KtM'ttD, I sell whole Cai.s at tl CO, and halves
at 75 cents. JOHN ARCHIBALD.
Dec. 5 lw.
M(ii:it's sku ix; .machines.
Iloneity ami fair play are admirable in advertising as in
evert tiling else, ami in tlie lung run produce the best re
sults. Competent judges c f unquestioned impartiality, at a
public exhibition (the Mechanic-' Kail ) decided Singer's Ma
ci lies 1 be superior to Grover & taker's lunch ues, and
that ?- nger'n ate adapted to every kind of work, nhile Glo
ver 4 llaker's are not. So we were content to leave it, but
our opponents attempt to reverse the effect of this decis
ion, by making long winded and atxurrf statements, la the
papers iu the abu?ed name of ' Justice." To uome of the
pui.jt-i made we briefly reply, as follows :
Int. Our .Machines d.d obtain the favorable judgment of
the Comiuilte : at the Fair-
2d. Singer's machines , do in f.ict, use much more than one
third leis thread in i-ewing a team than Grover A Baker',
whence it follows, as a cei 'a n consequence, that a Grover
a Baker Machine, if used constant')', will soon waste thread
enough to buy one of our machines.
.1. Si gt--r's Muchiuea use ju t enough thread to make a
1th. No sensible person can doubt that the best Sewing
Machine for making tine clothing, and "capable of doing
all kinds i f nuik, Irum ihe bin -t cambric to the heavie t
cloth," ii u-t hi the best machine for fa.;iii!y use.
6th Singer's Machine- make a fa.-t stitch and seam, while
Grover llaker's make a raveli.'.g seam.
O.h. It :s absurd o sa iha :ii ae-ving a eam v.ith two
t -leadn :he ncani can be n ade any stronger Ly using three
tiiot-s as ir uch thread on on-' siiie aa on the o h-er. The
."e.im of the shetile n ai hines isju-it as s'.rong as the giz
of thre.ul em.lo.ed can make i', that is, the strongest
possible. In Singer's Ma'hlrie a cheap quality of thread
c d be U:. d in the sh-lt e il desirt d, ar 1 it ii of en done
on chea o work.
7th. t"ir.(rer' Machines have hi;h.'rto been male with a
view to slrei g h, ili.riih:lit , ai d !o l e pp if l o every
variety of . rk, but we have jut produced and a e rc .dy
to rece ve or ! rs for
Si.vtitK'd New Fjhilv Slwi.no Mcbinb,
which we wol warrant to perform all fami.y s wing n
better Myl.- than hi.y in. chine ever old for timilar pu -porei.
Tina is a m.ieiiine wlech is beautifully decorated,
making an elegant parlor i rnament, au l we be ieve no
lady who wals the btst and most beautiful t! ing, wdl
purchase any other. I. M. S1N..LR A C'.,
4, Public Square, Nashville,
nov 23 Iwlni W. A. BINGER, gent.
JOILX VOKK CO.,
Book Sellers, Book-Binders and Blank
No. 38, I nioti M,, .Nnsli villc, Xcnn.
F!t IH'.f 'I'.l ltH.lt.
Fr;nk l.el;e Magi.lne and Gaz tte of Fa hioD
Kmerron .t Pu'nt a'a M .n hly.
Porter's p.r t of 'he TinifS. "
Ha- pe 's Journal of Civilization.
Fra'ik I.. sii. 's liiu -tra e J News.
Jast received by JOHN YORK k CO.
i iii: ati.a.m ic : i in.i ,
FOIl DKCr Ml) Kit, just received. V. 11. Precott, R.
W. Kniei-on, W. C. Hrvant, 11. W. l-oigfello, I aw
thorne, ai d oi hers, contributors. Subscr pi .on rtct ived
iy tu-c. l ti.) John y. kk a c.
MAGAZINES FOR DECEMEES.
HAKP'U'S NKW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
GODfcYM 1 ADY'S HOOK.
OKA 11 A.M'a M Ati AZI.NK.
.lust r.ce.ve.l an ! for cale by JOHN YOKK & CO.,
Nov. 'JO. 'f
No. 8S, I iiiim Street.
BIUS. STEPHENS' NEW EOOK.
THK lIi.IKIri t'K GKEtNHUltST. Ily Mrs. Ann S.
TH ii.Nb. For tale by JOHN Y0EK & CO.,
Nov. 2 i. tf No. 8-1, I'nioii Street.
HOOKS WIIK II AIM: liOOKM
Hi rl'i rlN Ki(''( nrk on Ilie Horse of
Amt'riit. ln bl Inlieil cx pre! y for
Nil li ri liou.
FKAVK FORlUSIElfri IIDUSK AM) llORHh SI NSII IP
OF rU IT N 1 i Kl .-'TArKS, by Henry Wi La n Herbert, au
thor of F:iM Sport", A -., Ac.
gjliseri . lions rrcciicd by J""I1N YOLK k CO.
Nov. Vtl- If. No.tS, Un ou Strert.
hi: i i.ori.i i a ok wrr a.m hi .
EDITED BY W E. EUET0N, THE COMEEIAN,
Con ribii.s unique collection of complete ai ticice, ami
spi einit n- of r tiru I umor and eccentricities iro n lie em
inent humorists of America, Kngl-ind, Ireland, Ac, Ac.
lllu tr .ttd with upw irds of six hundre'l thai ac'.i ristic
etigravlrgs ptibl !ltd in nu 'iters at U3 cents, tach j art
will have an i ngraving on sleel. The work is published
in ?e : i in '.t:.iy p.trls.
Suljsei ipiious received hy
JOHN YORK k CO.,
Nov. 46 tf. No.tS, Ulii in Street.
C- ( LOI'I 1II A II f A ?i i: It I U A
i: i. t i' i: i: l
A oollrc'ion of t?, e-ches aid Addresses, Forcu?ic ftml
rarliait-rniary, b the inoat eimr.ent or. tors of Auicrici,
with biorai hical skriclit-s si.d il.u-lrative lu te.. It wiil
coiitjiu i:i..ny which line never brfore bern ii.c'udel ia
ny eo. c:iv;!i, ai. l arc not rcadil acccsa.bie lu ihe stu
ilrnt r the genera! ir er.
i-uli-cr.p'.ioi.s ricti.tJ by JO IV YOKK a t'J.,
Nov. '.f No. il-, Liiioa !-irret.
JNO. H. HARRIS,
ami m.vi.i; i.i: iw,
X.lSJi VILLE, TESXEXuhti.
KtrcikNo -.M. llot:iiin ruauiaK" from liit-burj;)i and
Cii ciuiiall t N-hi le.
hkrtkK.MS tr N i.-iivn L. P:sinr. men In tie Ct)
geacraii. All Mr aiiji Uuiibeu vulrusicJlo u) era
ir.ui..ily a:ten le I :o.
Um. liy Wl.ar , IsT-S. uoii If.
- L. H . Lamrk. m. Pmij-ies. 11. C. lik.v Lv.
LAIN'IMU, lMIILLII &, CO.,
4 '.m mm l s s l o n l r r i li ;i n t s,
A Mi l.KALkKS IN
Foreign and Donutic Liqucrs,
r'o. lii), 3Iuikt't tsirt tl,
dee 8. 1 y . SA VI LIE, 7 i.'.V.
mii iiiu's sii.i:.
, X t! e Mi .! of Jan :arv, lv'-, I will prreerd I o cl!,
I ' l.y ilc ii a n to ne uuevtre, in m lie llou.
Ci in luliiwiUl 1 niij-, laoiiilj, J it, rj di, t,,i. tB
n uri . II. I o ucei.d l t, or tr . r have -u a err-
l.io l.ouw ami U.I .m(. d in t.'. city of N .!. Hie on lh
b..uth lul earner of M.rk. t and liay fi. recti, t ia-day
levied on by Die as th p operr y of said W. II. Tonoud,
ia salis'y Hie iljiromiauucdZj, la behalf of lie tui
of Teuue.Mie . I'of n.l Jercmish rca'y anu W. H.
To.cactid. .'I.o,iol.ti.-f ivoul'cr u to me li eeted
fio'n the s. ne tVuil as above, and Uiia-day J oj ty
lue, iu beh.ir of the Malr tf lcl.triKc v.. W. ll.lown-
udi.c. Said tale lo b Li eah tj tt, hlti t bd
Oer.alili. Court 11. u e Vard ale, lu ih city f Na-h
Vide, bale to take plsw Wit' in the hour. prTM.. it, i,j
, , J- K. LUMOi,toX, irf ff.
By K. P. LtTui, Dcp'jr. tUena". dv. i ij
The Selling qualities of llecerliave'.
Qcibbc, Cabada, Jane 20, 1S54.
We have no doubt Itxi.l sell well here- Eend us one
gross " JOHN MUSUN k UU.
Mostbial, Cauda, July 1, 13-'4.
Fend us 2 gross Foerl a.e'iM ciland litters. We want
B.edielueoi this kind in our narket.
JO ll.i liaKSi CO., Mid. Hall.
it. I'ACL, 51 IM.
There It quite a ready &a le here to yc ur 1 eei have's Ho
land Bitters. Wil. H. W OLFP, per
U. B. Pt ARS N.
HoiX idatsbcbo, Pa., Dec. S.,1SG.
Fend me 3 dozn more Ecerhavc's Holl; nd B t'.ers. I will
remit cn receipt of ti.me. J. K. i At iuji.
Ilolloway'o Fills and Ointment. A pro
taction Bgaiort rod c terfei ts x i t-in the aLi-rrari'Toi
I uri'j, Xcw York and London " wh ch appears in -eni-trar:
fpartct letters in every ie f ol the b o. of "lirections.
If th s i- not ecu when the paper is he to the l.ylit, the
sati.e spurious. So d at the c annfactory, No. S1) Maiden
Lat.e, New York, arid by blU ruj gits, at 26c., 6i!c., atd $1
F . HAGAII,
Xo. CO .Market &.No. Union St.,
General Eook Seller and Stationer,
2STl1 W BOOKS,
Phvsicians' Yi;iting List for 1C53.
Uranstoa's Hand-Book of Practical Receipts.
Men ieiiball's Htudenth' Vade Mccum.
Smith's Domestic Medicine.
Beasley's Drepgists Receipt Bcok.
Headland on the Ac'.ion of Medicine.
Lu iiow's Manual of Medical Exau-ination.
Wilson's Directors' Manual.
Peaslee's Human Hi-t'oogy.
Meiga on Diseases of Uterus.
Wets on ihe iisease of Woman.
"Quits." By the author of 'The Initials."
The Gamble' Life. By "J H.Green."
The Reason Why. By the Author of "Inquire Within
Live and Learn.
The Artist's Bride; or the Pawnbroker's Heir By Bennett-
Mabel Vaughan. By the Author of "The Lamplightei."
Marrying too late. By Geo. Wood.
Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern.
Little Dorrit. By Dickens.
George; or the Planters of the kle of France. By Dumas.
The Virgin Wife. By W. Keuben.
Canonburg House; or the Queen's Prophecy. By Reynolds.
The Gipsy t hief. By Re nolda.
Wallace, The Hero of Scotlan l. By Reynolds.
Robert Pruce, The Hero King of Scotland. By Reynolds.
Brian O'L.nn. By Maxwell.
Morco; or the Female Smuggler. By Cobb.
Th- Xival Brotheis. By Chevier.
Wreck of the Golden Mary. By Dickens.
The Life nd Adventures of an Arkansas Doctor.
Jus? received and for sale by F- HAGAN,
nov8l-.tf. Market street.
ItLAMi HOOKS, large and general stock, just re
ceived by F HAGAN.
ftllM. l'Al'KIt, a new and beautiful article, just
rece V"d by F. HAGAN.
The Knowledge of God Objectively
Being tie First Part of Theology consi-'ered asa Science
of I oitive In th.both Inch dive and Deductive. By R.
J. Bhkckiskiogk, D. D L. L. D., rrofe.-sor of Theolrgy at
Danville, Ky. Non, Fine Li ce.
Received and for sale by CHARLhS W. SMITH.
Nov. 21-tf OB
A to) y of the Celebrated Book, by Appieton,
may be seen at my store
Nov 24 tf.
CUALK.- W. SMITH.
Mt'PTANG GRAY. I!y Jere Clemer.s.
MEADOW BKO"K. by Mary J. Holies.
TH K LOST DALGHTKK. By C. Lee Hentz.
liOCMAM. liy James O. Neve-, M. D.
I.I f K OK JOHN IILC'l Inventor of the St amboat.
Tilt would iv-' a pocki-t k.
BKK AN'ii Kit: LYRICAL l'OOUtS. I Wm. Young.
N0IH1NG TO I AT. Iilutrat' d.
TMK W O' LO'S OWN H Julia ar ' Ho ve.
S Kl.L HEil'S 1 11 A LP DONE.
N tNMK'S JtW-.L CASK.
For sale by OHUU.H AV. f MITfl
uv!2 no J I ""' ' '
SSiirls ! shirts! !
CT received another lot of hHIRTS, warranted of
liwsrior tjuiil . a 1 t pr:cd lo aui the ti
J 11. Mc'H I L.
Kid, Fur aatl Cuckskiii (iauntlets.
f CSl" rece.ved an assortment of Kid, Fur and Buckskin
iauut'.eU, and fur ssle Ijv
J. H McGILL.
And ach ice vari. ty of other fcMes. rc-ived and for
sale by So. 21. J. 11. McCiILL.
TitlMiN A.M VAMSLS.
I UST to land a s:i)all lot of Trucks and Valises, and
tl f ir K:e low lor cah.
J. H. McGILL.
KVIt( A.M M AMllMi COI.I.AICS.
el I'K'til a'Kirtmeator Collars. Kvery style received
jT an I for sale by
Nov. SI. J MeILL.
in i i;sun miiicts.
ff.W bestniaiity of buckskiu Shirts, received and
ik tor -ale by
r o -. 21.
J. II. MrII.L.
I MU KWIMII,
I " VKRY varietv ( M-aonable UN L)i R WEAR, all at
I J moderate prices.
Nov. zl. J. H. McGILL.
PU L.VT .SI1IU I S AT IIIIIH (XU 1111-
i:s FUlt CASH.
TTNTIL the flr-t d iy of December I ill sell Shirts at
lik t' irty ool ar per dozen, instead ol thirty nix; ta
grade twenty-four, Inftead of thirty; 8d grade at fifteen
oe d z ti. i'i-t.-a I .f eiglilceti, Jie.
Eerv o:hi-r kind and stv e of PurnUhing and Fancy
Good- oorre poaduigly 1jw f jt cash.
No 'JI. J- Mod ILL.
JUST rece.ved u sunll invoice of hau l.o :.:ely Fmbroid-eri-.l
.-hu ti, v ade to our cwn or. er, suitable for party
and wrd liiig occasion.
Nov. JI. J. II. McGILL
N I'll' 'IvS, '1IIS .I tit A VATS.
Filial' rate assortment of Scarfs, Stoc.s, Ties and
j. Cravats, every st le and color, w ilh an endless va
riety ol handsome good.-, received and for sale upon rea
sonable lerias by
J. II. McGILL.
Ladies' and Gentlemen'. Furnishing Store,
Nov. tl. corntr of Square aud I oilt-ge street.
UfE have on hand and for sale, a very Urge atock o
supenor Oa.-Taiined 8jLL LKA1UF.R, which we
are offering at the oe t figure.
Nov. i6--ll. B. P. C. ANDERSON.
Cash fur Dry aud (in cn Hides.
ll'K w.-ll pav the I'loHKhT Mihikt Pkice is Cst-H, fcr
v Dry and liietn lii.es, dciivtrea at our Orotery
Store, No. 8 I'roaJ street.
We trust person- having H des to sell will call on us be-
ore 1i pi ing ol llicm e seouere.
Nov. -0 if. B. I. k C. ANDKRdON
A. o. aiTB. a. r. oithkie. ao. t. tuvtj),
mitii, (.r riiiui: & co.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
Ikli AUtSTS roa TBB tiLI Or
viiimm a i i: m ni:!: toiiacco,
No. 5C4 Xiita t , Between Secoud and Itird,
r. A. I MIH,iUI. A. C. kKKNOCOT. 4. M. TUrl.
BLP.TH0LD, BEN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
AftO l'IiLIl IH
Eop, Bagging, Bacon nd Flour,
o. 131 Nftoiid lrei, NhIiii l.uiii !lo.
$tf Coiiiijiuiurt ts ol ail i-ou.hrrn Prinluee received
ml promptly :u-i.Ued to t'i.i 1"" nlA.l.
uso. a.ziua., l-A.Liia. a. lab is a.
H. Ia A aN 1 l: It c o
(iuciirito!lirt Hodlc gjwrth,'!
No. 5 Murkel Mrcet, NuUvllr,
AND UtALhlUs IN
toreia it lJometic Liquors.
J. II. MOrPKll CO., -
U IuLf.SALE A.SD RETAIL
G-R O CE JFL S.
u riAtKKj ia
1aiiuchs ami lroaucc,
KO. 51, COLLEGE ETBKET,
v,v nr-.- ,w .-wt-w a v .
BY THE NATIONAL. LINE.
Reports Furnished by the Associated Press.
ABSTRACT OF TEE FEESIEErS MESSAGE.
Washington, Dec 8. The President in bia
message says, that owing to the monetary derange
ment of the country a Government loan may be
required before the close of the present session.
The financial history of the last forty years is one
of extravagant expansions in business, followed by
ruinous contractions. The Federal Government
cannot do much to provide against a recurrence
of existing evils. We must rsly mainly on the
patriotism and wisdom of the States, which should
afford a real specie basis for our circulation. Lie
recommends the passage of a bankrupt law, appli
cable to all the binking institutions ia the coun
As Britain and the United States understand the
Clayton and Bulwtr treaty, lo a sense directly op
posite, he says the wisest course is to abrogate it
by mutual con3eDt and commence anew. Over
tures for adjustment have been recently made by
the British Government in a friendly ppirit, which
tlie President cordially reciprocates.
With all other Governments, except Spain,
our relations are as peaceful as we could wUh
nd it is the President's purpose to send out a
minister with special instructions on all questions
pending between the two Governments, with the
determination to have them speedily and amicably
adjusted if possible.
While our minister to China has been instruc
ted to occupy a neutral position in regard to the
existing hostilities at Canton, he will cordially
co-op. rate with the British and French Ministers
in all peaceful measures to secure by treaty stipu
lations thofe just concessions to commerce, which
the Nations of the World have a right to expect
and which China cannot be permitted to withhold
Our (iifficulties with New Granada are, it is to be
hoped, in a fair train of settlement ia a manner
just and honorable to both parties. The United
States is more deeply interested than any other
nation in preserving the freedom and security of
all the communications across the Isthmus of Cen
tral America, including Panama. The President
recommends the passage of Bn act, authorizing the
President in case of necssity to employ land and
naval forces to carry into effect this guarantee of
neutrality, and also similar legislation for the eecu
rity of any ot'ier route across the Isthmus in which
we may acquire an interest by treaty. The Presi
dent condemns lawless expeditious fitted out
against an independent Republic on this Continent
He commends the whole subject to the seriou9 at
tention of Congress, believing that our duty and
interest as well as our National character requires
that we should adopt such measures as will be ef
fectual in restraining our citizens from committing
The President savs that the Kansas Constitution
al Convention was not bound by the Kansac-N'e
braska act to submit any other portion of the Con
stitution to election, except that which relates to
the domestic institution of slavery. The election
will be hell under legitimate authority, and if any
portion of the inhabitants refuse to vote, a fair op
portunity to i'o so, having been presented, thiwl!l
be their own voluntary act, and they alone will be
responsible for the consequences
Tlie President Piys the rebellion in Utah is the
first whic'' lias existed in our Territories, and hu
manity n quirt s that itshould be put down in such
a manner as it shall be best, in order to do thi, it
will he necessary to raise four additional regiments
of troops. lie recommends the establishment of a
Ti rritorial Government for Anzonia, and commends
to the fiietnily consideration of Congress, the sub
ject of the Pacific Railraad, w ithout finally commit-
tin t Lints. If to anv narticnlar route Hp call ps
MDil IiiniS' II to bny particular route. tie cans ea
peei. il attention to the n conimencation ol tne bee
retary of tlie Navy in favor of constructing ten
siiiull steamers of Ml; lit lrauht.
The 1'refrik'iit also refers to other sul jects of Na
House. A spirited c'ibate occurred oa the pro
ceeding of the caucus ior the uomiiiiiliou of rublio
CONTINUATION FROM PRESIDENT 8 MESSAGE.
In ref. rrin' to the fiuancial crisis, the PreaiJert
Siva if the f.icilities of well regulated banks cannot
hi enjoyed without the calamities which an eiceti
of bunks hare liitherto ii flicted upon us, it would
bo better to deprive the bunks altogether of the
power to issue paper currency confining tticm to
their functions of discount and deposit.
lie says the Public Idiids should ba dipo-ed of
for homes for harJy, independent, and industrious
eitizens, desirous of cuUirating the eoil, in prefer
ence to Fqn:inderiu it upon otje-cta of questionable
constitutionality, violating the a ost importint tru-if.
lie deprecates speculation and recommend sur
veys only as fast as fmiration demands' it. lie
ajya if Congress grants alternate sections to States
O cmnpauio-' t'ie otlier sections, sho al 1 bj retaine d
for uctual settlers at a moderate price.
He condemns the making of presents lo tbe In
d'ans, preferring colonizing aDd educating them in
habits cf industry.
He say-" the late financial resolution wil! be bene
fijial if it shull cause public and private icoiiorjjy.
Ho deprecates Consiress crow iing the most im
p ii tint bill-i iato the last inom m of the tesicD,
an 1 he determines to approve of no bill ut.l ss time
U afforded fur its exiiiiinaaoD.
lie asks Congre-s to exempt the Freeident for two
days prior to tlie adjournment of Congress, from
the recej tiou of any act of Congress for approval.
House Thi-re was considerable diecusioo. rIa
five to tlie Pub!io Printer, during whicb Clemen
charged that a person, whoso name he dec'ined
giving, endeavored to procure his vote for Wendell
for that offn-e. imith, of Va., offered a resolution
for the appointment of a Committee to examine the
subject of public Printing and postpone the elec
tion of Printer. Clingman preferred to appoint a
Printer and then investigate tbe subject. The
President's men-age coming in interrupted the de
hate. Afti rwatds Hocotk asked for the election tf
Piiiiter. Grow wished the enormous expenditures
fir book9 stopped. Without concluding tha House
a 'j iurue .'.
PasaTf. Douglas expressed himself farorab'e
t) all the message except that which relates to
Kansas and the Lecompion convention.
Nrw yoRK, D--C. 8. Citton declined J; uplinds
11; Flour firn ; Wheat 1 20il 27; Corn d liinng;
Cuiciiso bef 11 il3; Lird advanced Cuffee hea.
tt; LiLsee J oil53.54.-; Iron 26 ; Tallow 10.; lilce
Cincinnati, Dec. S Whisky 1 CJ, O it- 2329;
Whrf.il 75,85; Usilv 50. 6U; Uogs j5 005 5t;
Mets PorK fl8 25 .13 50.
N'kw York, Pec. 1. The tpgrtgate amount of
Fnecid iu th tiil,U. ii tttcbtV six UiiliioLd ut dal-
Nitw Oki.icns, Pec. 1. Cotton, bsIpb 4,0'0
b'.e ii.ui.di brlore the Baltic' new was rtr.-ived
price favor btijers; MiJJ'ine 10J; ?u-r A to
b olives 19; otUt r rticl s uuctianei
LL Windi of Plain aid Pccorative Paper lUnglrg
V. done iri ihe best mariner and Ihe cheapest prices by
E. B. It AN KLIN.
Orders U-ft at Wm. Rear's, No. JT Dead-rick itreet, will
be promptly a'.tended t.
BllSvaa. A. R. Cboxicb, M. Hcrvs.
Joa B wiita, Uoaa pc..
L. hi. GOBBCT.
June S9 If.
Coruer 3Iuiu ami ith 1st.,
'11113 Wfl! known Hotel, having been tHeroagMv re
X. p tired and cewlv larni-hed. i Bw opea far ihe Be
coai , o-uiin of the Uate.it. p-b ic. Citaated ts li e moat
central and fcj-ine part cf c ty.and tsviog uperior
acconimoda'-loas. ih t'roprteior bop by str.ci af.touoa.
to busioeaa lo mcfi a Urge yetx a ol uj public patroa'
Bi-e. ill. charges di be u-U lii i-rocol bard ti-nes.
J. C K,
VV. A. JOHNS0a & CO.
ST CABOSDZLST STBEET.
Atlikta, Dec. 5.
COTTOS 9ft10c W lb. W heat61(.T.V husb.L Flour
52 T58 25 $ cwt. ,
AugriikUt Market. .
Cotton The sales to-dv we
hundred bales at 10 to lofec. There ia but little offerinff at
present rates. Middling Fair 10c.
Charjjsto.i, Dec. 5 1 P. M.
.", "...Ki u umi aim uroojiine. j--l.es 10-aay
SOO balei at 10i to 10'c. The litter price for Middling
x an m
Hogrs and Wheat.
The market for hoes was ouiet to-d,iv. n ith tew tr&nsao
tions. The receipts are larger thaa yesterday, but there are
iiui iiii-uy ouering-, arovrs packing the bulk of the supplies
on their own account. Tho-e ho found it necessary to pur
chase, were forct d to meet the views of haver-, owirifr to he
iimicu iiuiiiwr ior saie, anu trie price fr average lots wa
to. The view of packers are down ard, and few are dis
posed to operate at current pr'ces. Prospectively . the as
pect of the trade appears more unfavorable than at any pre
vious time. Dealers wi o have been here from the interior
of Indiana wi h a view to making arrangements to pack at
home, after taking a.-urvey of ilie market, returned to-day
with the intention of doing nothing at present. The im
pression is gaining ground every day, that the crop will be
large, and this causes buyers to ezercice luore and more cau
tion. In the present condition of the market, hotrs could not he
buiu iu any eousiuerauie extern at present puces. Tne m ir-
nei ior provi?lons is QUlet. Without anv cha.- m in nriees.
Flour was again 8 ightly easier with large receipts. There
was a n oderate exp3rt demand for New Orleans. IVheatis
slight'y lower. Other descriptions of grain are steady. AVliii
ky dull and heavy.
"! learn I'om interior nnl'ers that farmers are selli'e
e-t more freely. If uroducers become satisfied that a
higher ran. 'e of prices is not probable, they will tell more
freely. This would te d to inc ease the circulation of mon
ey. ( it-inniti Oazette, tlh inat.
RICH PARIS COMETS AT COST!
WE GIVE UP PROFITS THIS SEASON!
LIKEWISE 50 CLOTH CLOAKS FS0M $2 TO $10
AVortli Double tlie Price.
T ADIK?,this is no puff to call your atten'ion.as we are de-
termmed to close out or Kali Goo' s at almost sny
price. Your coming o it with anew bonnet will make
things loDk bright again during this time of tight money
Likewise a fine stock of Needlework. Goods in Fet. Ac.
consisting or Jaconet, Maltese, Mus'in, ilonmgton, Ac, In
Collars, sleeves. Worked liands. Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies Paris Cofl'iure Caps, Mohair
Head Ureases and rich imported Head Dresses in the great
est splendor. Likewise rich ornamented goods, Combs ot
every new style, the Bonnet Comb to keep Bonnets in the
right place; the new sty e hlastic Hole for the head, fine
and medium Cabbas and many Fancy (ioods, too numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, Chil
dren's Coats,Legius, Hose, Mitts, t-'carfs. and the latent styles
of Rigoletts for parties. It is impossible to give you a lull
description of our tallfctock, it will require your personal
attention to examine. Having 13 years experience in
Nashville, 1 flatter myself thatl can now please the most
fastidious, not only in goods but in prices.
Ladies coie oat in gay at ire.
And keep Merchants from despair.
And very long face?.
E. WISE, Agent,
Parisian Millincty Baiaar,
No. 40, Union st next door to c tate liank.
Great Bargains for the Ladies.
FANCY E0NNETS AND MILLINESY GOODS
CHEA? J: UK CAbil-
TN orderto make room for my Fall and Winter Stock of
A goods I wlllsellthe balance of my fraccy Konnets, Straw
Bonnets, Jipseys. Ribbons, Flowers, Embroideries and
Fancv Goods. at cost pricks. I am now selling fl5 Bon
nets for 7; $12 ISonnets for ffl; $10 Bonnets for $5; "
Honnets lor $3. Mohair Head Dresses. Kid and Pic-Nic
Gloves, Silk Veils, and other goods at equally reduced
piices. Now, ladies, is your time to get great bargains
cheap for cash, as there will be no credit given. Call soon,
before they are all gone, ai No. 10, Cedar street.
July I. M lv . o.j. uwiu.
viioi.i:sai.i; ash iji:i aii.
NO. 30 UNION STEEET.
C!tOIi I'.lt is now receiving and opening his
Spring Stock of
Merchants and Milliners will find it to tteir interest to
i frive him a call, as his stock is far superior to any kept in
I tne city As every one knows whatconbtitute a complete
assortment of Millinery (iocds, it in useless to enumerate
articles. It is enough for his lady customers to know th tMrs
Crooker selected this stork, and with a view to lie inter
ests and tastes of their patrons. Thepuhiic may rely upon
being honestly dealt with, as he does businea- in his own
THE ttREAT EAGLISH 11E31EDY.
Tliorn's Coiupoinid Etxract of Co
fiaiba mid Sarsapai Ilia,
Possesss advantases not enjoyed by any other medicine
for ihe cure of sexual di-ees, which must with an enlight
ened public rende' it aitsaredly highly popular, at d a desid
eratum long sought for in the medical world It needs no
confine uent or change of diet. In its approved form.thut
of pane, il is mtirelv tasteless, and causes no unpleasant
sensation to the patient. It has acquired the utmost fame
in almost every part of Europe; it has been examined, up
prove I of, and sanctioned by the facu l'y of medicine, aud
recommendtf l by the most eminent of the profession. Pre
pared by J. W. TiloRN, Chemist, Loudon, and for sale,
wholesale and retail bv John A. 1'AhKA T A Co., Agents lor
the United States, 27S Grtenwich street. New York
As tin- above valuab'e preparation has been extensively
counterfeited by unprinc-p'.eu parties in the United MateJ,
the proprietor has adopted, as a precau'i in apainit impo-i
tion on consumers, a Label, of which the fol owing i a fac
simile, a' d which will be found burnt in upon ihe bofom
of encli pot of the genuine in! ended for sale in the I'n ted
Sta'e, Canadus, liiuish froviuces, West Indies and Bouih
VU CM I CT 'k
Sis . rn to r
ir, run IMC.
The s!mp around each not will a'so bar the names o
th" proprietor and of the I nited I'tAtes age' ts,
I)rupgit and Dealers will observe on each doi.n pack
age the f "Mowing I hel:
Impoktakt Cattiob The Inci e:ised reputation and greRt
demat.d for Thorn's ompound Extract of Copail a and Sxr
s.ipan.la. have been inducements for others to ofier imita
tions ol this valuable me icine. Venders are particularly
warned of this lact, thet they may Ii; on their ruard, arid
Dot di-po-e of any impure article, calculated to injure the.r
reputation, and de'iroy the merits of the original pre ara
tion, to obv iate l.ich the ubcrlbcr tsuccessor U James
Tarrant, by whuicitwai flrt in'roduced into the I'n.ted
States) has atl tclied his fciuature to this caution, to coun
terfeit which is forgery. Joub A. Tahhabt.
Address orders for the above article w ithfu'l directions
for shipment to JOHN A. TAKKWT k CO ,
Druggi-ts, No. 873 Greenwich, cor. Warreo t,,N. V.
lec 7 d'.y.
IllO, NAII.N AM t' VMI.M.S.
lf Afin hR- Iron litbiirg;
IviUUU l kegs NaiU, assorted;
Co to:i Castings, by
OctlO. R. C BANfT.
NAI.T, TAIt AM ltOS.
nnn n;s foe .it;
OUU 1' ' bblt. N. t'aiolina Tar;
IIISK V, U IIISKl , IIIK1.
f I'IM.f!. Jailus lmiU.' Reserve;
E- 9 IF Mi tbl I .i r.r'. K d ert on Couuty;
V'Si " Keciti-J vt li.ay;
And all art.cies in ti.e drucery hue.
iftl'i. B.T. EAN'PV,
A N T f D Itomr Jiatrly, M (,(! huih'is rf M'leat. 'We
wul take all qualities of heat at the hig'ieit market
pr ce pid in Nahvi le. We awo have an order for N-0
bVs ol Mncl Mi lil.iiii CoLton, for wh ci we ni l pay the
highest narleet pr.ee delivered at our Waret.euj.e corner
cl Ma-net acd lark street,
oovll H. S. FREN'CII k P'lN.
JOHN Y0EK & CO.
HAVE re i oved their tlooa-l in ery from over the Tra
iler bank to the Beconti story of the Lijily Nbws ('r
ncs,on lbs alley belaeea lea!er:ck and tsioa streets,
here we e at bcious r-voca, and are well prepared lu
du all or to our line.
We have a fine sto a of Blank - Book Papers, and warrant
oar work to suit our custom ers both as to workm.;n.hip
We took the pren iuin at Ihe Mec-,n!e Fa'r for the
best-made fclaak-booar, blJ are d.-u ruined cot te retro
grade in our work.
Bitttin-Book-1, Harper's Ma?a::ne, an 1 all periodiea'B
brruirht to as will b haod-o e!y and w.ll bound.
Old noir.bers of Harper f-rc:aed lo rvtnplrte books.
' I '13 LS Is the fa var able time to buil l joot CUterns. Tl.
1 ijutt:ui:u si ii.:sa, iiL'ii tl L, I t ktV, is bow in
:hi Citv, an i prepared to bjlid l.'.el of ad ilici, App!
eaUous u a le b tio'e, or o'ocr i, lo li. . f-cuvei, a ill
receive prompt BIKCiion. li.DeXO In.
I '11 E under lifted U ihe taJittnuii bcu'. of the ful.ua
X lif Mi.u:
luday Mills BrovJ H t, Saafille.
(aliaun MUls dal ai.r.. Iron.
Vataa AlUi Aleaaud'ta, lean.
rdevfprlu Mjila -nev rprsnfs.
A cjoaiaal u, s ly of tfa above b aui oa hied la bar
rel ai-d aacaa. . bju Lraa, BlidOiUijt, aad ber a.
D. D. bit KIT,
Nov. 11. U. Ka. 8, Cchege itrwct.
Is I .Mill I I S.
ru ar, oa hBadaiid lursaae by
may i a
D. D. DICSEY.
SOMETHING TO WEAR:
PICES "WITHIN THE EEACH OF ALL.
liOYSE & ELVEUSOX,
l.VI.LL ?'' ' amM 1T4aj a flrit COit, ft prime
' ' 1' ol . . .
Business Coats to suit the time;
Dress and Frook Coats of the finest quality
Pants and Vests of every grade; '
Shirts and uaier-clothine of all kinds;
loge.her wi:h a superior lot of Gentlemen's VarnNhinv
Goods, aid boy's aud Youth's Clothing at yery io pri-
ces. Dec 1 tf
Gentlemen Take Notice.
THAT we now offer offer sale at onr store,
ISO. 15 Ci;iAIt STItUUT)
the largest and be&t selected a&sortrnent of:
DllliSS PATS, IIL,A3iRETS,
FUOCK, and VKSTS, GLOVES,
OVCU'COATS, SHAWLS, MIIISTS,
Collars, naadkerchief'1, Ilalf-llose, Ac, to be found in the
citv ; and that all our goods are always of the very best
make, quality and materials.
CLilfTO?i A ABBOTT,
OctS. 15 Cedar street.
O" ust ricccivocl!
Union Cassimere Pants;
" u Coats;
Orer-Coats, &c, &c., &c,
IS Cedar Street!
novT CLli rOXA; AIIKUTT,
E WIS BROTHERS. nave removed their stock of Drugs
and Medicines to No 5, Na.-hville Inn Ulock, the
house formerly occupied by Messrs. tvans k Co., and have
on hand a large ani extensive assortment of Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints, nils, Ac, which they offer to the trade at low
t rices oa the usual time, and will be happy to see their old
rrienas or otners pu rc.'iasing goods m the market.
isashville, rov. xu, 157. J.
TJY virtue cf two Efas to me directed, one from the Oir-
XJ cuit Court of Davidson count v. in the case of W. U. Giv
en vs Morgan Vance, and one from the Common Law and
unancery Court of the Citv of SlemnhH. In Chancer sida
in favor of Roterison Topt vs Morean Vance. 1 wiiL on the
2d of January, 13:3, at the Court Uiuse gate ia the city of
iaiuiiie,seii ai puDiic auctioe, to the hi,'he-t bidder, for
u-au, one uoute ana ioi in tagetield, Davidson county.
routing auout ioo leei on spring street, ana running back
8;0feet ad.oiuing then onertv of Cant. James Miller, to
satisfy the above fifas. SaV within the hours prescribed
oy law. JUtl?l K. tUMlNWON. Sheriff.
kDtc8 td. ,lty Kobt. P. Estis, Deputy Sheriff.
yo. SO, J-Vont Street,
Candles, Clover PeeJ,
foap, .Tiirothy Seed,
Starch, D ue Grass seed, Ac,
Lard Oil, Crdae,
Linseed OH, Wrapping Paper.
And articles tf Cincinnati Fro.luce aud Manufacture
generally, purchased and supplied at lowest prices.
Consignmente of Cotton, l'ig Iron, Feathers, Dried Fruit,
Uinsang, Heeswax, 4c, Ac, i-oaciteu.
tTf7 yaics Bales and prompt returns.gj
Terms cash. B elm ocl'24 tf.
J. G. ROBERTSON'S.
Ba Crean Cheese;
25 boxes K. U.
ro w. r. "
lit bbls Walker's Ale, fresh;
ft 4 Cranberrey's 4"
1ft 44 Oranges, iu good order;
ft 44 L men-, " 44
A few more New York Ale Pump left, an 1 will be sold
cheap by J. O. KOUERTSON,
C O T rT O J
Nashville to Cliarlestoa and Savannah.
TjK-OI nd after this date cotton will be carried througn
" to Ctiarlest.in an 1 .Savannnh fjr 2 'J5 per bale, of not
over Son weight. Itnles weighing over 600 lbs. will be sub
ject to a charge of 69 cents per Ko lbs for the excess. This
is a reduction of $1 '.M per bale from former rate.
fhipi ers must furnish the Agents with a correct list ol
weight , and are informed that cotton not in
i.iiou Miii'i'ix; oitur.it
will be refuted. CHAS. W. ANDERSON,
f3?r Cotton from all Stations west of Stevenson will be
eh irge 1 same rates.
Nahviile. Nov. 15, ISM. Nov 2C tf.
It. II. c 11. .1. lillOOMUS,
UNDER TA KER S,
TTAV1NG recently been burnt out, beg to notify their
A A fr ends and pa'rons that all orders lefx with K. II.
Groom :s & Co., No. 13 College street, or at 'he shop tf V.
A. Baugh, Nn. 115 fcojth Market street, wiil meet with
R. H. A B.J. Oroomes are proprietors of the right to
vend Crane's celebrated 1'atkst Mktalio I.ukial Ciskxt in
Davids in county, and are prepared to supply all orders,
wholesHle and retail, at the shortest notice.
A, O. OAHTkK. VKLIX. U. X III. W.O WlLtiFOBU.
CARTER M'KAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE GR0CEES, AUCTION AND COM
MISSION, RECEIVING AND FCRWAEDIJia
AND nA tCKS IN
FINE BRANPIK?, WIN KS AND 1C.MESTIC LIQUORS.
7Ii, 11111110 S(li;ll'C,
OL'Itha Ine e w"l be crtinued under the stnistyie and
fir u as heretofore. Th.tnkful to our cun'omers an I
fiind-for ti eir liberal patronage, we respectfully tohcit
a continuation of the same. A. v. CAKTKK.
KtLIX G. McKAY.
Nov. 17, 1S7, nov2S tf. W.C. WlL.-i'OKl).
F 11 AA'GISC O ,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AM) LADIES' FIRS,
lu. iZH Public Square,
:v ami villi:, texx.
LALIES DRESS FURS.
OPENING OY THE
' i VUll SEASONL
UT K HIIAI.L OI'KN OT:it KLR ROOM THCRs'DAV,
nCruHKK, 1ST, and be prepared to exhitita larger,
and choice atock of Ladies and Misees Fancy lre- furs,
(ban e have ever before oflered, caibraein Russian,
Hudson bay and Canada f'able, btone Ma'ten, Filch, M
bt ri n Sjuirrel, Lynx, and a!l the lower grades of Kur,
n. a te up in the latent t ,l. Some very haudtome Robes
and FUOf M L t , for carriages.
A. J. IRANCFCO. Furrier.
So. 2S, Public Square.
EXTI.EMKS who are an bl.lou-t to wearaTASTT HAT
T are invited to call snd exau ine this beautiful style al
the liat aud tar t-.ui.orijin ol
A. J. FRANCISCO,
terd2V 'ii Public square.
Those Trench Felt Hats.
A FKESH supply just received at the Emporium r"?.
A. cT rKMllM',
sepivS. 2H Public Square.
JOHN ARCH II ALT),
Xu. 49 Union Street, Xaxhvtlle, Ttnn ,
( prtSJTB TU BASK or TBI STATB OF TBB!)BaaBB,
ni:Kls; he is prepared lo furnish Oysters, put up In
any sty: or quantity doired Freah, Opened, In
Kt.'i or i an;.
a-reali fan yfer,
SUPERIOR FESH OYSTERS.
I am now receiving dafl. by the A Ibtis Fipreti, the
Conva ed and CeleOratjl Choice blamed Norlo.a U utters.
Bud am prci-aeed to o3rr tt.e trad such inducements fur
the euti.e h ug, aa have Lever beea oUcre J ia this mar
ket hert tolore.
VUUUslU BV TUB Ci3S AT UbiJ.ruaa,CUbT.
A CO iSIAKT SUPPLt" ALWATS OX HAND,
- I- at lhraers and I'airilies ran obtain, at any time
a' ,riD t ie .vaao, ttoe Cuu ee Ojiu-ri ia Caas and half
Cant, Kefs atj half kcr W arranted I'reah. ewct and
Busariaaed. or uaequaned lu Davor and q-iahty.
Vfhcle&ale Ordtri Eolicited Ternu Cub.
Kovl 3:11. v-
A iti:niti:i I'll vmc i.v.-v
rua out. di eovered
ef e lor CotiSbaipticn,
and Ocneral Ue t. il
ly wa il covered by M3Q9 hisoclv
child, a dauhier, eat ilea up U me. lie had beard
Biucb of tbe wuritle'iut re.ora le and hearing qaai ie of
prepars'lons cade rrtun IBs ta t lsdu Het.p, sa l ihe
toou.hl tcearred lo l.m U at Le L.:tU mate a remedy tor
kiset-itd. lis stud ed baid aud ucced4in realiaiog bis
I . he. liissLi.d a. cured, i-d imof ilm and we. I.
lie has uee BJCiinburred She wor.d-rf d remedy to thou
tand cf ...ferera ia all parts of the world, and bs ba
Beer laiied iu ttalilj lteui CJmpieuly Lea tuv aud ha
l j. V .jhjiia W do mch g-jid a puii,le, he Ul ae&J
le tuca of hia si-.cicd fellow bcHa aa ictuctt U, Uli tct.
p, wt.1. f-il afed cuiuc.iilieciwti Lr nt-ii U up, id4
loawuiJ' uiui u icu.rcse.cu ai ul.ci.t tu
Autumn i Style
I Ti ra.el
I T I.mi adj tf life kave nearly
I while lo tl e M ItvCies, a certain
Asii.ma, Lroi c! iu, Coughs, Coij.
tv. Trie res:e
CiJoa b.s ue !.ii. lag ttrce cents to be returued at I
pv-lje ou th recirw, acj tte rciuaindcr t leap; Led J
Adito l-r, li.Jtilw.No, U.iluoJillttl
Sot. 11, 1 lakdAwtnUs. ittuj Cilf. N J.
IVILLIArVIS & CO.,
Successors to X IB KHAN A EI LI 3,
A T THE OLD STAND, KO. 34, PUBLIC! SQUABS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
INS, CUTLERY ASD HARDWARE.
Dec. 8. It.
VTIffI,IAiJIS fc CO.,
AT KIRICaIAN'S OLD STAND,
K0. 24, .ITJELIC EQTJAKZ, NASHVILLE, TEXN.,
Dec. 8. tf.
WILLIAMS & CO.,
AT KIRKMAVS OLD STAND,
no. : 4 . r r ii l i c squahe,
Dtc 8. tf NASnVlLLK, TEXS.
ST. 1NICIIOLAS HOTEL.
(Late Mansion House.)
North Market street, 2i door behno the Square.
JV. GILBERT having taken the above tar.d for a nura
. ber of years, beus leave to inform the publ c of that
fact, and say to their that the house haa been newly paint
ted from basement to attic, and new and complete f rnl
ture throughout. The subscriber k now injr full well the
need of a first-class modern hotel in Nashville, and being
in a philanthropic mood, haa made every exertion lo come
up to the wants of the public, and flit ers himself he hat
succeed d. 11 is table will at ail times be furnished with
the b-Et th's and foreign markets afford, and he pledges
himself to make everybody contented and at home who
will favor him with a visit.
Carriages nd Omnibuses will run regularly to and from
the St. Nicholas to Steamboats and Ka lroads. Trusty
Porters always in attendance at the depot to receive check
for barragethus obviating the difficulty of delay.
Hoard per day fl
Single Meal l
supper, Lodging, and Breakfast llM)
Breakfast from 6 to 9 o'clock.
Dinner H " 2 '
tiuuptr " 6 " 8 44
J. Y.GILBKRT, Proprietor.
Opposite thisllouse.on Market street, are two livery
stables where can be found at all hours, horse . budgie
carriages, Ac J. N. Alexander k Co., and W. T. Wright
A Co., are the proprietors.
Dec 4-lyd w.
IVear tlie Suspension Bridge,
ITTlIITCOMn, LEI GO k CO., Foiifutert and J,ieAni,
V respectfully give notice that thev are cow prepared
at their extensive Foundry, Machine-shop, and Forges, and
will execute oil orders for heavy and liht castiugs, includ
ing Car" Wheel of tlie moat Improved lut
In this department, thorough knowledge and long expe
rience enable us to challenge competition.
Also, Caflt-Iron House-f onts of the met improved
patterns; a lain, Fiuled, and Ornamental Columns; Water
pipes of I'll sixes; Retorts for (iaa- Works, and other estab
lishments where required; Steam-Kngines, -aw-.Mills, Klonr
Mills.AC, made promptly to order, and of the best materi
al. Particular attention given to repa iikig machinery at
low pi ices and on libcraj terms.
Our 8mith-'Work wi'lbe of the most extensive charao
aelcr; ta-Mill wors, Snrrups, l:o, Pitman-Irons, Saw
Cranks, holla, and all kinds of Mill-Irons, made on the
As we are practical mechanics, wishing to establish a
permanent business, our ob ect will be to pay particular at
tention to all orders lor new or repairing old machinery.
All we require is a tiial, and we are confident of being pat
rcnited. N. li. We hare on hand at present large assortment
of Fire-Bars forgteam-tnginei
WUITC0MIJ, LKIG0 k CO.
Nashville, dec 4, 1S57. tf.
EIGHTY PIECES OF VELVET
nPAPISTKY, Brussels, 8 ply, fine and superior S plv, and
X Tapistry Ingrain ply, (a new article,) just received,
which has all been purchased by one of the lirm within
the last three weeks BtciHTBSSa bitbs for cash; and
li" be sold at a small advance on cost for Cash.
Dunham Piano Fortes.
our av-ortment of the popular Dunham Piano ts unusu
ally large, embracing several
Ileretvod till Day!
Will be sold at Manufacturer's Prices, Freljht added.
Chickeringf & Son's Pianos.
Havin secured the Agency for the above celebrated in
Btrumenls, we feel confident we can suit all who do.Xro
tiii: iii.sr pianos,
'In regard to to tone, durability a:id finish.
Will be sold atManvfacturer't J'rices, Freight added.
We are dally expecting large additions to our already
extensive rtcek ol Furniture, which we will sell at prices
to suit the times.
CALL ANU tXA?UM:
oir Stock and Price for yourselves.
GRCi-NritLD i PATTERSON,
Nashville, No T la. 16 College street.
IA A PAU8AGI CCTTtKB, aaaorted sises, for sale
JU by (nov ill) ARMSTRONG k OO.
CA EAl'FAQK 8TCFIR3, two Bites, for sale by
eJU nov 21 ARMUTRONti k CO.
STRAW CUTTKItS. "
WE have a large stock cf Pt'aw Cutters, Sinclair
Hanford'B and Cumming's Patent. The latter articj
took the first premium at the National Fair, Louisville,
uov. 1 ARMSTH"Nli CO.
LARGK stock of Timothy, Hlu Grass and Orchard
il Grass Seeds, at prices to suit the times.
ARMSTRONG k CO.
SNTDFR k FRIZZK'LL Bie In receiptor another let of
(ients Clitched-dOBD tbocs.at xl, Public hquare.
Kofis-U. bNYUlt k FK1ZZKLL.
Valuable Land for Sale.
IYVl.-il to sell the farm where 1 now live, containinf
about two hundred and ninety aorea, situated twelve
miles South- tast from Nashville, between the Nashville and
Murfreeaboro Turnpike and the Naahville and Chattanooga
Itai.ruad. a part of the land fronts ua said Turnpike near
a half mile, and a part lies within two hundred yards of
the Lai I road. Tbe place Is well Improved, coudortablo
dwelling anl out bouses; good water, and orchard of both
Apple and Peach tree, aud other fruit. The land Is of
gosd quality and under good cultivation, there being now
sixty-Cve acre well set with clover. All the laud i ia
cUwed with Cedar rails, has an abundance of wood, and la
every way a desirable plantation, being admitted one of
tbe most healthy situations in Davidson county.
Thoee wttbtng to buy a good pleasant and healthy place
would do well lo call soon, as I am desirous to sell ani will
give a bargain. Apply to the subicriber on the premise
or lo James 11. McDonald, laq., Nashville, Na.4.' Cherry
street; or to NANCK MOObWAKU, Nashville.
Ocii eoyaa. &. 11. WALLACE.
T E have on hand a lot of second hand COAL T0V1:S.
pi Locipaliy of tsaaa bibc, which we will sell at very
low prices. 1 itey have been used but a few tuouiht, and
axe Heart as good, and Ool had the prtoe of new siove.
Nov.ti-lf. UACKA.NZIK WlLON.
SAl SAtiK Cl'TTEIW.
f E hv a larg supply of 8anage Cutter of all ie
V V w Ku tee ni at try Una prtot: It i a must
valuable arte la in doeeetttc eoonomy, aad suitable fur ma
king fr.ua age Bleat, Cold fcla , UK, Bliiice Meal, Aj.,
Ae .Ac. alACKk.NUa A WILaO.N.
Nov. 1 5 U.
J.A HO STAMDS.
U'E fceve Lard Maadof all ies, bbbJ of heavy tin,
wha.'h we ill isil at low prie. A
SUAg Blaffert, Colanders, Ladlea. oiirauier. AC
aii oJ wb cu we wul U Vim lor Cb.
Nov. S tf. MACKENZIE A lUOS.
The Excelsior Corn and Cob Mill.
HAA lu.t recessed the highest prenuam at the grel
NatiooaJ Fair J Louisviaa. aud also at the l'tiH e.l
Fair C"liciaaaU,over me laiue Ulaot, Ktx ad Atagui
'li! adapted I evethiof Core, and Cob, Eye. Oat , Ae
for a-ock. and fur gnnii-t 'of family use, duula-ne.
. iL, grudiBg surface eaa be reaewed at a c.l of
tbe aol ara, ba.ug oast scpaie Irwm Ue other poiUou
U'lvl!i ownpVte, with two paire cf grinding rings for
e.i - .i.. :-.. l raraaua aiw" w.ow. nu mv
J.C. ttALKMIX A CO.,
IT CoiUge airtet, NaahvUie.