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r a. ' Satto 1mm k mV(m J.X.HABUXG, C. 0. KASTWAK, . O. TUKU1CTT, JOHN A- CO, THE RAILROAD QUESTION. We admit iu our columns to-day, as an advertise ment, a paper signed by Jamks L. Armstrong, Sr. It is proper for us to say, that while we hare no desire to stifle discussion'on this subject, we dissent entirely Tram the jioxitionSlakeu by this writer. So far as we are able to judge, tlieQIia of the Nash- ville and Clutttanoga Kailroad have been adminis- j ..v.i ...t.i". i.a...'. i ..." tered with a degree, of wisdom and success which ' we do not believe has ever been excelled. WAKDKN TO THE l'KXITKNTlAHV. We regret ery inucli to learn from our I-egi-'-lative lejx.rls that the bill to take the election of "Warden t the l'enite.ntiary from the Commission ers hpHiuted by the Governor, and invest it in the Legislature, has passed on it second reading in the House. We look upon such a change Jisa very imjiolitic one, mid we deeply regret that some of our democratic liiends in the House have thus far given it thir countenance. We hope they will give the subject a lull consideration before the bill Mines up on its third reading, when we leel confi dent they will change their opinion of its merits. The Lvgtel.-iiuic is not die proper body for choosiug a siipcnutetidaut of the Penitentiary. Its mem bers cannot have that intimate knowledge of the qualifications of applicants necessary to a ptoper s-lect.ou for f o nuportanta position. The commis sioners appointed by the Governor are the proper peisonslorclwKwiugthis officer, eand we are satisfied the LugUloture will commit a most serious error in taking the election out of their hands. We protest agaiuH such a change as inimical to the public in terest and an inmlt te the present Executive. We learn that representations have "been made to democratic members of the Legislature to the effect that Gov. Joiissox is desirous of the change con templated iu this bill. We have the best authority l'or cuutiadictiug such representations. Gov. Joiin suses no objection to the present mode of select ing the Penitentiary Warden, and, in com mon with all who have the public interest at heart more than that of piivate individual, would deprc c ale such a change. T1IK SEW 1 OKK WHIG TIUKLT. Our whig neighbors are sorely exercised about these days with the troubles of the 2cw Yoik de liiociaey. They very incorrectly leave their read ers to Mipioe that the "suds" of that State are uboliliouius, and tlwt tho "soft" ticket is made up of barnburners. They leave the inference, at least, that the lueu who have lately been appointed to olUee in New York eity were Van LNiren in 1S4S; vbeieas, every one of them were supporters of Cass iu that year, and have been compromise democrat from the first agitation of that question. The whig ticket, however, with which lie the sympathies of our neighbors, is composed mainly of JSewsulile. l'or the purHise of showing southern nun theiort f people with whom the whigpresses of the South sympathise, we make au extract from the New York Cmiitraml Enquirer, awhiirnaner- -m !ie democratic parly in New oik will result iti tLe socee of the whig ticket there this fall. When the peojile of Tennessee listt-u to. the shouts of ) whig papers owr such a result, let them War in micd the facts stated in this article: iKroni the Xev Yoik Ourier and Euqiurw.J "Itis allece that Mr. Leavenwoith, sJihoupli K once called himself a Silver Grey Whip, emleavrtreit to break up a Law and Order moctisg in Syracuse, mseinbled to protest against tin- iAob-lnw' which rescued the slave Jeiry, andtkaon that occasion he acted in concert with Abolitionists We have yet seen nr denial tf this. If it be so, hei utterly unworthy of thf-post n which he has been nominated, and on, no. terms, nor under any eirenm -glances, will he hs.ve our vote. He who many way encourages reliance to the laws of the land, di rectly or indirectly, does theact of a public enemy, mid permanently lorfeits all right to the respect or the. snpj)rt'f any true citizen." Thus we wrote soon after tho Whig nomination! were made at Syracuse, and Ave have since be?n looking for a disproof of tb, serious charge malV agiint the Whig caudilate fijr Secretary of SlaJev To our regret, no such disproof have we yetset-.ii. We publish this mottling a letter written by a gen tleman of Sy.r.iru-e for the ptiqioe of oxcuJprdiiig Mr. Lcaveaworth; but we frankly avow that it does U.isati-ly ns especially when takea ia.c&n rioii vith the statement just given to ths- worhl by theotVwer of the meeting, which xi-a!t nub-, k-h. It is vain to prelend that the ljuw and' Order j meeting wa not seriously, hurtfully aiiiuvrougfiill- distuibed. i ne mailer wa 3o unr!i)Oit by everr PI.. ...I 1.:- .1 . t - one at the tune. nit- u-ie-jijML- e-jiaieji iroioi Syiacuse publiiieil in all of the morning papers oft' this city the day after the otinrrence, read as fol- j low "A large and entljiatic meeting was lielJ S iu Uiis city this afteraoon. by the friends of law S and order. On tlx? ojening of this meeting, am? i after the election of Major Burnett as Chairman, 'j the proern!fit wvre iuln-niplet bxj a baud of riot- trs, hettiltd-1 tome of the prominent citizexn of , .typffuyr By !.! timely arrival of the dehaiion j ffVl 'be First Ward, order wa restored, afluVtw j or Uiree f the riotrrs had been forciVtly ejected j f'rnni the IT.'ill An ftddreq mill nuitiian. waw adopted of the law and order stamp. ad! the meet- i ing closed quietly." ThU is the- oicmpoiancou account, coming from a disinterested and nerfica3T ! reliable quarter, and is entitVd' to foil' crelenc-. The friends of Mr. IeaveL.worUi, w.ho was a-aoiig diese "prominent eitiwii?," are at this late dar en deavoring to sofli ai down this riotous demcistta tion, starteil fo; die purpose of breaking ia the meeting, ir a, mere trausient altercadoa about the rifi'tfiof' a particular personage to tW duiir. andj vifiild now eonvey the impression tint all vhp were at this meeting were nnitmtai with the same law-and-order sp'riL But lUe whole weight of th" evidence is agahit, tlceta. There were two distinct parties at the meeting, one bent upon vindicating the majesty of the law, which had l)eeii outraged, the- other bent up on justifying the offence, or at feat shielding the guiltv from the weiyht of public odium which they iiad jutly incurred. Mr. Iji.WKNoirTii L'ave his voice and inllueinHi to the latter juirty, an 1 in thus doing he failed ui'-xensably in his duty as a good citizen. The ph-a that the aitest was made itulis nvetly is not wortfi a moment's consideration. The arrest was made in ;K;-ur)re of law, the trial was conducted m m tmtnce vf law. ami the resile was effected in ritikitioit of unv. It was the part then ot every law-resiieetmg ami law aui.tuig t-ittzen to condemn the rescue unreservedly ami unqualifiedly, j Xlie trnstration Ol a law oy ioree, on any pica, is vstentially treasonable. It is a direct and most dan- ' gerous encroachment upon the supreme power or the State. Its effect is not confined to the particu Ur form of law it subverts, but damages the essen tial principle of all law and of every civil obliga tion. There is no justifiable resistance to law short of justifiable tevolution. The outrage at Syracuse piesented some featnres of peculiar enormity. The prisoner was taken by force from the custody of the law, with a tMvmed itatol purpose and with the general acquiescence of the community. The law wa violently trampled upon in this case, in much the same way as in that of SilAtiRACii in Boston: but in this hitter, the of fence was committed almost tvectustvety by black jiersotis, and was but the thought and act of a mo ment. At Syracuse tliere was an intermitting con test kept up for hows hy a large crowd against Ihe officers ol the law, and the latter received no effec tual supjwt from any quarter whatever, though subjected to severe bodily injuries; They were not taken by surprise, they were not tricked by any kind of artifice, but were simply overborne by biote force, in the regular and faitliful discharge of their duty. The law was treated with an out rageous contumely which indicated a most de moralized state of public feeling in the community J wnere,iL nei-urrtti. Mr. J.vtVKXWortTiT, tliere is every reason to believe, paiticijaled ill that feeling; and though he look uo part in ihe rescue, be became r,. m a it m iv n , tditors and PnorRiiOFR. . - - 1 B crisis when il...Valiy of. tl.eJSlute. waa "miiuos- v$Wiio '-"as f'W; a"'1 l.,a-'y4-A..dh.Iriea,her out J ride iu a chay, 1 ' . . ' J . . . i :I :.. ! rIMii l.i 1 nrnvithi lor the tavmeof nersoil3 ewjapeu , an.l r. id- i. laJh of em suncr SATORDAY MG. oV. 5. 1M3. ! Sn .nllv'andu;, in band ,..in!r slaves MW'.. ' . ' ' ' . - 1 , worlhv of miotic confidence. 1 A,r- '"' T, ""lf i They lked at each other, ami winked una snu.ea. to all intents aut purposes an accomplice after Ihe . fact. U vwjwol iven, be said of him that he was milled by sudden excitemeuL The law and order L meeting didnot fake place until neatly a month af ter the rescue. There had been ample time after the ourrage for passion to cool and reason to re sume its ascendency. The Court had already taken cognizance of tho matter, and Judge Coskjjxo had pronounced a very full audible opinion upon tfic ;r and liearinssot the case, wiiieli exciieu uer-l admiration lliro.,pl, U,e country. Sucl.be- in-? lie, faels. tUf eonvietion forces- its-II upon tue miaJ..tMrLEATwouTiild4iVnlv amLde- lil.eratelv,,Tayed .la- part of a tmbulent agitator ...-- . . r t ..i.i.i ir-i.iuvi.na iiioimoiKMii'. iiHvint' unneiiii's r AVFtn. KKJUKIX; -The otncial fimirei of the luti State election in Ohio, showing what .the,, majorities of the several State candidates werej are aVhitely awful : , Medill's - Myers'. ...2i,S4S Ji.'." nivalin'.... TreriK's...., r,2,8'JS . ..V.,543 ...r.S,T(W .-11.515 ..r.2,280 (JriswoIdV . McCouk'x.... Coriepoiidence of tho liallimoie Sun.' TUK CO.N'Sl'JUAGV AGAINST CUltA. Wasiiikcton, Oct. 2.". Rumor has. become fact in reganl to the interfer enceof the llritish government in the affairs of Cuba. France, too, is enlisted agaitist us in the same pro ject for the ultimate Africanization of Cuba. Tho measures thus taken by England and France arc the alternatives to the tripartite treaty, which they of fered to us, and which Sir, Everett, for such good reason, rejected. Some of our friends of the press doubt the authen ticity of the rumors which we have had from Ha vana and from Spain, for the last six mouths on this subject. But, in addition to the facts which the government have come to the knowledge or, I may mention that I have seen letters from intelligent merchants of Havana, showing that tliey believe in the runior.v The Governor of Liberia is also aware of it, and has entered a solemn protest against the scheme, so far as it invites the continuation of tho slave trade, under the guise of an exportation of slaves from Africa to the Antilles, as apprentices. The Coolie project failed. The Coolies were une qual to the labors imposed upon them. They were tried and found wanting. Thousands of lives were wasted in that experiment of British philanthropy The new experiment is nothing more nor less than the revival of ths slave trade, and upon the ;ame plea upon which it was originally commenced by Lax Cams humanity. The question is seriously asked, what can this government do to prevent it? I will tell you what they can do; they can, by the mere exertion of mor al force, defeat the whole intrigue. Besides, the Cubans will themselves, at last, rise in a mass against this foreign interference, and will call upon the Uni ted States for sympathy, if not for aid, which will be ultimately and m some lonn allorued tliem. But tlie question is one that may divide and agi tatc the country, and it is easy to tee diat the Nordiern people are in favor of taking Cuba, but taking it under UieUnti.sli condition ol freedom. lo.v. News rr.oM Washikgtok. We copy the follow ing from the Slur : Thrttiteniuj Aspect of the Cuba Question. -Letters from Cuba have undoubtedly been received m Washington, from parties who are supposed to be well aware of all which Spain and her allies propose to do with reference to the Island, from which tho conclusion is drawn Uiat a lanre English and trench fleet wiil be dispatched to the Gulf as soon as the state of theTurco-ltussian question will permit the two latter i'owers to withdraw trom thence sut- ficient of their vessels now in the Mediterranean. It is believed in political circles here, that the Union newspaper has ample grounds for the earnestness with which it is appealing to the country to' awake to a realization of the present critical condition of the Cuba question. American Diplomatists going Abroad. The new Minister to France, the Hon. John Y. Maon, and the new Minister to China, the Hon. 11. M. Mc Iine, will go out on the 19th in the steamer Hum boldt'. Mr. McLaue goes the overland route. The Hon. Carroll Spence, U. S. Minister to Constanti nople, leaves on the 2d proximo in the naval steam er Saranae. from Norfolk. The Secretary of the. Treasury's Annual Report. From signs around, we anticipate that the Secretary of the Treasury will have his report, embracing those of all the'heads of the Treasury bureaus on the tables of Congress on the first day of the session. It is believed he will urge Congress to establish a Bureau of Construction in the Treasury Depart ment, which shall be charged with the liiwiness of seeiii" to the building and repairs of all the custom houes and marine hospitals ofthe Government. U. & Marine Hospials. We understand that all but four of the new marine hospitals at Louisville, Palucah, Napoleon, (At lean-as,) TitLsburg, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Cleveland are nearly com pleted. ITEMS OF XEWri AND Ml.SSCKLLAN'Y. The citizens of Charleston, S. G, in public meet ing on the lSUi in3t., nominated thirty-one dele gates to attend a convention to be held in that city on the 8th and 9th of November next, to which the citizens of Savannah are invited, to drcuss the sub ieet of a railroad connection between the two cities. A young widow was a-ked why she was going to get married so soon after the death of her first husband. "Oh, la!" said she, "I do it toprevent fretting my self to deadi on account of dear Tom." A barber desired a groggy customer of his, one Sunday morning, whoe breath swelled slronir of alcohol, to keep his month shut, or the establish ment might get indicted fin-keeping a rum hole open ou Sunday. An Illinois paper publishes an account of a queer hole on the side ot a bill out mere, llie uanK caveu in, like many other Illinois banks, and left a hole sticking out about ten feet. The great race between a night-mare and a clothes-horse, came off yesterday. The man who eiitenil the mare wasn't wide awake, so the horse took the prize. Charles Dickens is announced to read two of his Christmas tales, "The Carol" and "The Cricket on the Hearth," for the benefit of the Literary and Scientific Institute, at Birmingham, England. The N. 0. Bulletin says that the export of raw cotton from that urt, direct to Russia alone, has increased over one hundred per cent, during the last year. The Charleston Courier says, on the au thority of a letter from Captain Ingraham, dated t?IH.-zzia Bay, 20th ult., that the whole intercourse lietween CapL Schwartz and himself on board the brig Hussar was of the most courteous and gentle manly kind, and that no unpleasant word passed between them indeed, after the affair on the 4th of'Jtily, the Hussar saluted the Hag of the St. Louis, which the latter returned, aud Captain Ingraham, moreover, went on board the Hussar, and thanked apt Schwartz for the compliment. This visit Captain Schwartz returned, and the best personal feeling existed between both gentlemen, each think ing he had done his duty. The only thing said .about the denial of Kozta being om board was at the houi-e of the consul general of Austria, when Capt. Ingraham asked that functionary if Koszta was on board, and on his admitting that he was, Onpt, Itmraham said "It is very strange, Mr. Consul, that the officers ol) board should have de nied his being diere." i-W The adoption of the paid system in the fire -department of Cincinnati is operating as benefici---dlv there a- it has elsewhere. From the first re pot t of the chief cniiu-er, we learn that the amount of looses by lire from April 1st to October 1st, 1S.VJ, was SoSo.nilO. wbilst that for thecorr.pond iug period or the present year is only SSOli.O., blowing a difference in favor of the present system ol about $2S(),000. By the report, it also appears that from April 1st to October 1st, 1852, there were ,10."i f;ihe alarms, and that during the correspoiulin" period of 18.12 only 0. It has been estimated tliat ?ach filse alarm costs the city S100, through the wear and tear and damage done to machinery. i'i.: ...ii i... .i ,1 : p -i in iiits txium umho nit; eualio uitr ciLjr m uie old lire -department, during the above portion of lSol, TjlOjfioO. The number of false alarms during the corresponding porljcui of 1S;":, calculated at the .-aine rate only eost the city S'JOO, making a differ ence in favor of the new system of !,000, which ought to be placed to its credit. The advantages other than pecuniary, resulting from the diminu tion of false alarm, will readily suggeH themselves to every reader. Louisville Journal. The Lebanon (Ky.) Poit of October 2Cth, says: "A few weeks ago hogs could have been and were engaged at $2 50, in this county; now they aie in demand at $4. What the result of this will be re mains to be seen. It, at least, has the tendency to make pork high in the country, at killing time, whether the prices keep up thereafter in the market ar not Schooling engaged 500 hogs at 4 50." jjlii"iTiiiiiifri-iaiftittfJf"' Tl-LNNESSEE LEGISLATURE. 4& . . & ' . . . ' . ,iir , - 'j ' w ,?''l Mr to- sr. oTIlMinr from ill.eUm on . ayfnd Meanstc . a3J nmwmi iunviii ii'inwM. iriHiiiiii iliuuiii iiiru uirii -- ----- --- i free colored persons trt Liberia. . i. ' The Senate met the House in "convention,, and look a recess until half-past 2 o'clock. SENATE AnsiafoOMSi.ssio.Ni i . , , , S''r" ,rm Mr. FKAzssintroduced a bill toamendlthc char ter of the Cartilage and Hartsvillc- Tunipike Com pany. ' . " H t Mr. Bowles: a bill for the relief of .widows and minors. . - Mr. Bnt.L returned the bill to amendtho internal improvement law", with an amendment: giving all the railroad companies thelenefit oTthcMaw that is, to enable those entitled to State aid (to draw State bonds on die completion of ten -miles of road, instead xif twenty. The -amendment was'adopted, and the bill jiassed third reacling. x ; The bill to expedite the "business of the present General Assembly, was rejected. 1 1 Several bills passed on wrond reading.? The bill to repeal Uie 9th section of tlieliomcstead law was taken up. ' , r ir,......,,' C;aa il.v hands of persons ' not Iand-owucrTfrom7executioii was laid on the table. . " t J Mr. Fauqchaksok moved to exempY$2oO. Tend ing which, the bill and amendment were referred to the Judiciary Committee; and the Senate adj jourued untill half-past 10 o'clock to morrow. HOUSE Mo'rmxc Stssiox. - FmDAiyNov. 4. The House met pursuant to adjournment. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Edcah. U Mr. Ckambmss presented the petition of B F. Brown anil others in behalf of a Military Company. Mr. Sjiitu, of Davidson, presented; the petition of die Clerks of the Bank of Tennessee., with the recommendation of the Directors, fcc." Referred to the Committee on Bank. Mr. Lane introduced a bill to appropriate one thousand dollars to aid in making a road from to Clcarfork, in Claiborne county, and-Vfor, other purposes. Read first time and reJerred.to'Commit tee on Internal Improvements. i . Mr. Mortjs, ot Cocke, introduced a bill to appoint a Director of the Bank of Tennessee in Cocke county. Read, passed, and referred to the Com mittee on Banks. Mr. Smith, of Davidson, Cfiairman of the Com mittee of Internal Improvements, reported the bill No. 7, to incorporate the great Central North and Sou ill Railroad with some amendments and recommended its passage. hills ox SECOND RKADIKCJ. J-ill to make it a misdemeanor to trespass on the lands of another in certain cases, which was in definitely postponed. A bill laying a direct tax for common school pinitoses. Its passage having been recommended by the Committee on Common Schools. Mr. Tiiomi'Son advocated the passage of the bill in a speech of considerable length and ability. Mr. Svkes moved to strike out all after the en acting clause, and insert the bill offered by die gen tleman from Shelby. Mr. Riciiahdsox moved to recommit the bill to the Committee, which motion liaving precedence, it was agreed to. Two bills on the same subject wa3 severally ta ken up. and recommended to the Committee on Common Schools. On motion the House took a recess of five min utes preparatory to meetiug in Convention". Tne Convention met and proceeded to die elec tion of a Judge for the third Judicial circuit. The name of Joiih G Ga.vt was put in nomiuation and received all the votes cast, when the President de clared him duly elected Judge of the third Judicial circuit, to hold said office until his successor is elec ted by the people, and qualified, ice The Convention then proceeded to the election of a Judge for the eighth Judicial circuit, and the name of Natiiaxiel Baxtek being iu nomination, he re ceived all the votes east in said election. The Pres ident declared Nathaniel Baiter duly elected to hold as above. The Convention next proceeded to the election of a Judge for the twelfth Judicial circuit, when-the name of Bouem H. Hises was put in nomination, and he having received all the votes cast, was de clared by the President of the Convention, to be duly elected Judge of said circuit to hold as above. The Convention then proceeded to the election of a Judge for the thirteenth Judicial circuit, when the name of A. J. Marciiraxk was put in nomination, and he received all the votes cast in said election . and was declared by the President of the Con vention duly elected to hold as above. The Convention then took up the election of Attorney General for the first circuit The name of James T. Cahteu was put in nomination and received a majority of all the voles cast in said election, and wa3 thpremon declared by the Presi- dent of the Convention, duly elected to said office, to hold the oflice until his successor is electa! and qualified under a law to be passed by the Legis lature. The Senate then returned to their chamber and the Hoirc adjourned until half past 2 o'clock, P. M. HOUSE Evlxino Sessio.v. The House met pursuant to adjournment. SENATE HILLS OS SECOSD READING. A bill to charter the Cincinnati, Cumberland Can and Charleston Bailroad read second time anil p.issed referred to the committer on Internal Improvements. Senate bill No. 21. to provide furniture for the Secretary of States office read second time and passed. A bill to amend the charter of tho Edgefield and Kentucky Bailroad Company read second time and passed. HOUSE HILL? OS SECOND ItEADIXC A bill to fix the limes and places for the election of Judges and Attorneys General by the people read second time and passed, and referred to the Judiciary Committee. A bill to authorise the citizens of Decatur coun ty to file bills either at Savannah or Lexington read and'rejected. A bill to require Judges and Chancellors to hold courts at their regular terms read second time and referred A bill to declare the powers of the County Courts read second time and referred to die com mittee on the Judiciary. A bill to change the time of holding the Chancery Court at Sparta read second time and passed. A bill for die benefit of Benj. Alls, read second tiino, pa'sed and referred to die Committee on Internal Improvements. A bill to repeal the Militia Liws, read second time, amended aud referred to tho Committee on Military affairs. A bill to repeal an act passed February 20, 1S52; which act audiorized citizens of Perry County to file bills in the Chancery Court at Waiusboro, read second time aud passed. A bill to authorize William Carter and others to build a Turnpike Road in Obion County, read second time and passed, and referred to the Com mittee on Intertiallinprovctuents. A bill to make certain act a misdemeanor, read and referred to Judiciary Committee. A bill to amend die act of 1829, chapter 28; read second time and passed: referred to the committee ou the Penitentiary. A bill to repeal an act to authorize county courts to take stock iu railtoad; read second time and p.'.ssed. A bill for the benefit of Frank Hughes; read sec ond time and passed referred, to the Committeeon Claim''. A hill to enable the citizens of Hancock and Haw kins counties to build a road in said counties; read second time. A bill to amend tho Revenue Laws of this State, read second time and passed; referred to the Com mittee on Ways and Means. A bill to amend an act passed in 1851, to give fur ther time to perfect Titles, &a; read second time and passed; referred to the committee on Public. Lauds., The house then adjourned uutil 10 o'clock Mon day morning. When the Convention went into the election of Judges and Attorneys General this morning several gentlemen being ofthe opinion that the Legislature had no power under the amended Constitution to elect these officers, asked to be excused from voting. When ou the first balloting for Judge, the name of Mr. Lajib was called; he arose in explanadon and stated that aldiough he did not believe this Legis lature had the power to elect Judges and Attorneys General under the amendments to die Constitu tion, yet as the majority of the Legislature had de cided differently, and as he had a preference be tween the candidates, who would hereafter be be fore the Legislature, he would record his vote. ' TUB VICTIM. Tliere wiB a young womauin New Hampshire, 1 s , i Sr. i .1 t. .: t. i 11 . - Al;iSMSi;Si, A 4 Thafdbe sternest fellows would often err. Ri ,, di nu,ri tu.di nu, Ac To Ue? fallier.'. hou.ee there came one Jar r . ... . . . . ... - - liu-irt bemiilcil. Forsliethouiht that tlie raoou was a gnul green cheese. J Hi iu, df mi, Ac. He, told lier that he was as rich as a Jesv, 1 ie:i. a i,i jw :-n i.,vll rmininoJ with k dimes. And that .ire ZUU0M todo M..i .. o,.,.l.- (I,- MuinnJ read the liu. Ill --... 1 ..aw ----- ... . III tu, di nu, &c. 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J- & 1'OSK is an Honorary Member of the 1'hil adephia Medical Society, and graduated, iit 1SSU, from the Uuiversity of l'enusy Ivauia. under the guidauce of the truly emiueut Professors i'hrsick, Cliapmau, UibMMi, t'oje, James and Hare, names celebrated for medical acence -ltein" xolicited by thousands of his patients to put up hi Preparations, be uow offers to the public, as the result. of his experience for the past thirty years, the following valu able Family Medicines. each one suited to a specific disease: UK. J. L KOSE'S NERVOUS AND INV1GO- HATING CORDIAL. Tae Greatest Discovery in Medical Science! This aston ishing preparation for raising np a weak constitution de bilitated by care, labor, study or diseaee acts like a charm. Itgives streugih and appetite, and possesses gi eat invigora ting properties. for Heart Diseases, all Kcrvous Affections, Flatulence Heartburn, Kcstlessness, Numbness, Neuralgia, raising the spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is almost miraculous in its eflVtt. 50 cents a bottle. A Mcdiciue for every Family. . Do you sutler wilh any pain? If you do you will find immediate relief by usiug Dr. J. S. HOSE'S PAIN CUKERr It is the only preparation which cures almost iustatitly sore throat, rheumatism, from colds, pains in ihe side, back or limbs, face, ear, or tooth-ache, stomach or bowels, side or or back, sUff neck, bruises, corns, and chilblains. Tliere is nothing equal to it for lumps or rising in die breast. Where ver you have paiu use the Paiu Curer, safe to all ages. Price 12. fa and 30 cents. For nil Diseases ol the Kidney and madders. Itr.J.S- AW Oumpoani i'uid Krtmct of JSncAu. This is decidedly one of the best remedies ever used fur diseases of the kidneys, bladder Ac , aud also for gouty af fectioiiF; always highly recommended by the late Dr. Phy sic, aud uiauvot the mot distinguished medical men abroad. Price 50 ceuls. For Female Complaints. Da. J. S. Rosn's (Joluex Pills, lor fulling of the Womb, Fe-mde Weakness, Debility aud relaxation. Price 50 cents. Do. J. S. Hoss's FtuALi. Se-ciria A remedy for painful Meuslruatiou, Leucorrha-a or N hkea. Price one dollar. Great Cure for Coughs und Colds. Ths Hist Coccu Sruur is -rut Would. Dr. Hose's cele brated Cough Syrup, gives immediate relief to the worst cough, whether consumptive or preceding from cold. It allays any irritatiou uf the Lungs, and fortifies the system against future atta-ks. fu hollies at OU cents and $1. Tue only Cube foh Drsr-Efsu, lavna Complaint axii is DlGLSnoX. Thousands liave beeu cured of the above com plaints, aud tens of thousands more can be cured, if they will take Dr. J. S. HOStTS lttwUc Cuinpuund, and hit A Hti-Miuiu or JUilrixid I'M. The Dyspeptic Compound arts' directly ou the Liver and Stomach, wbilst the Pills car ry off all secrelious, keeping the bowels open aud regular, also giving strength ami aplite. These medicines contain no Calomel or Mercury iu auy form, but possess great tonic, alterative, stomach and liver compounds, which never in jure, but always improve the constitution, as thousands can tesUty. t1above ireparaSioii3, with Dr. Hose's Medical Adviser tol'ersousiu Sickness and iu Health, to be had of W. W. HEHRY A DEMOVILI.K, SHELL A HUTUEHFOliD, Gallatin, W. F.GHAY, Nashville, McCLAIN' A DALE, Columbia. And ot Dealers generally throughout the State jly20 lywAd ADMU'III THEATRE. OHEAT HILL. Last Night of the l'-nguirement of the eminent Ameri can Trau-edian, Mr. J.H. ItOHEHTS.who will appear iu bis ravorile character of CIIAHLES DE MOOH. Mrs. COLEMAN POPE, as Amelia. SATURDAY EVENINO, NOVEMBER 5, 1S53, Will be acted Schiller's Play or the rouhers; Or, the Forest of Iiohcinin. To conclude wither the first time here) the new Farce f MY PRECIOUS BETSY; OH, BOItTAlL VERSUS WAC.TAIL. J"l!ov Ofiice open from 9, A. M., to VI M.; and from to .", P. M., the seats mav be secured. PRICE OF ADMISSION'--Hox and Parrpietle, 75 cent?; Second Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, (second class,; 50 cts; Colored B. x, ."0 cents; Colored Cattery, ceuLs. Doors open at i".t. Performance to commence at 7 o'clock. CASH SALE OF GROCERIES HV DAVIS Ac SWANX. N Tl'ESDAY, NOVEMHEH STH, 1853, we willsellin f front of our Auction Hooms, for Ca-h. lunkhead Suiran 5W bbls Old Mong Whisky; fc3 bags Hio Coffee; IS Crush.d do ; '11 hbli Iaaf Sugar; 5 boxes refined Iioaf do, 10 casks Soda; SS boxes Star Candles; 50 " Tallow do; IS " Sperm do; 40 boxes Tobacco; IP barrels t'opjieias, 100 barrets Flour, 111 " Itobs n couiitv do; 0 ' old Hye " do, 1.1 yc pipes Signett lirondy. (il bills . American ltranov; 15 casks S M W me; 15casks IonJoii Porter; 1 i casks Port Wine; 0,000 Hegalia Cigars; 2.1 boxes Melee do; 100 bundles Wrap Paper; 5 bills Mason's illacking 5.1 boxes Fancy Soji; JO boxes W. It. tneei: SO boxe: s Enir. Dairy do; IoO " Shavuisr do: Tigelb er with Pepper, Spice, Soda, Indigo, Madder, and various' olher articles tuually kept in our line. . DAVIS Si SWANN, rjov.1 No. 78, Public Square. ITRENCII HOSOJI SUmTS.JlJST lt! ceived, an assortment of French Hosoni Shirts, late.-t styles, for sale by nov.i MYERS A McO'II.L. OH. DRESSED lllCK SHIRTS AND DHAW EHS. Heceived this day, a lot of superior heavy Oil Dressed Duck Shirts and Draw ers. For sale by MYEKSAMctilLL. Indies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. f.t College ttreet. uov5 7-AI.UAHI.E IJUIIiDINt: LOTS FOR SALE AT AUCTION. I will sell on Saturday, the laili of Aoveiuoer, in noisoiu previously, leu ueauiuui uuiititng lots ill Edgefield, froutiugon Spring and Weltnore streets. Eight of these lots front 50 feet each, two of them front sev-entv-nine feet, all of which run back Soil feet to a 12 foot al ley! Persons desirous i.f purchasing lots for permanent resi dences would do well by calling on me soon. It. A. HALLO WE. Genl Agent. nor.1 No. 17 Deaderick stieef. T iy. MVO .VECROES FOR HIRE-FOR THE Euipiire atthis olfice iinniediiite tnov.1 balance of the ear. 1,HR SALE AI AUCTIOX.-l WILL OFFER . at auction to-lay, at the Court House, a likely ne gro Girl, ISveaisof age. nov.i " H. A. BALLOWK. Gcn'l Agent. MARSHAL'S SALE. BV VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS of fieri f.icini to me diiected, from the Circuit Court ol the United Slates for the Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg ments, rendered in said Court at its September Term, 1S53, to wit David Jayne A Son, tt. Mark L. Cartwright, and Leroy Armstrong," Judgment 15th September, lb.1t; same, r. same, Judgment 15lh September, lS.1t; W. Jl't'allv A Son, rs. same, Jiidgnient 15th September, 18i:J, aud John M. Otv, t. same, Judgment li'th September, 1353. 1 will sell to the highest bidder for Casb at tho Court House door, in the City of Nashville, nn MONDAY", the 12th day of December, 1S53, all the right, title, claim, and. interest, ofthe said Defendant, Leroy Armstrong, iu and to the following Lots, iu the Cityof Nashville, to wit: LOT, No. 3'J, as designated iu ih s plan of Ihe College or Academy property, fronting 50 feet on Cherry street, aud running back the uual depth of Lots in that part of the City, and is adjoining the residenceot Win. Stoctell. ALSO, part of Iait.No. ST. fronting 50 feet on Summer street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the North-west corner of B. F. Moseh's iMt on the eai.t side of Summer street; thence along the east side of. said street 50 feet; thence at right angles uorihwai dly and parallel wilh Summer street 10 fts?t to Newnam's line; theme running back with said line about 1 Do feet to all Alley; thence south wardly with said Alley fiO feet to Mosely's" corner; Iheiice witt. the liue of Moseh's Ixit, about 170 feet, to the begiu- uingcorner. The undivided interest of Mark L. Cartwright, in th above described laif s. was conveyed to Leroy Armstrong, by two Deeds, bearing dale Ihe 21st June, 1353, and are of re cord in the Register's oilice for Davidson county, iu Book, No 1 7, pages 2-.I5 and 2;I0. Bolh of said Ixitshave been levied upon a3 the property ot Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said wiits; this 25th day of Octobor, ls53. J. B. CLEMENTS, Marshall. U. S. Middle Division, Tennessee. By his Deputy, B.N.CLEMENTS. ocW7 If. .MARSHAL'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Vendici ni Kxjionas to me di rected from Ihe Circuit Court of the United States for the Middle District of Tennessee, which is louuded on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 2Sth day of March, 1853, wherein Joseph H. Shepherd was Plaintiff and Hetty Lauier and Fclir R. Lanier were Defendants I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Court house door in the city of Nashville, on Monday Ihe 7th day of November next, all the right, title, claim and interest of the defendants in und to a certain house and lot, lying and being in the city of Nashville, on College street, it bein" the same house and lot now occupied by Fall A Cunningham as a Hardware Store, which has been levied upon and will be sold as the property of the defendants to satistv said writ J.B. CLEMENTS, Scpt20 tvr tds Marshal Mid. Dist Tnn. SPECIAL NOTICES. 5Jai'I.unesi7 Vfcrmilhge. No remedy ever iurentc lias been EdT'successful as the great worm medicine 5if Dr. M Lane. -All who have used, have been equally astonished Sad delighted at. its wonderfuf energy and efficacy. Jfij publish all the testimonials in ita favor would fill'yolunfes; ' We'mii't, therefore; contemVourselvias witkrubritfbatractcf ofu fewaif them.. . . I Japiieity Alien, of Arobqy, gave a dose ton child fiyears ..cU,juidJt,brouftlt&w gave another dose to the same child, which brought away 5o more, ma- king ICS worms iiiahuiitT2sliours.I Andrew Dowuing, of Cranbiirr trwnship, Venango coun ty , gave bis child'one fea-spoonrul; aud it passed 177 worms. Nevl moniing, on a repetition of the dose, she passed 113 more. . " ' - I Jonathan Houghman, nf West Union, Park county, la, writes that he is unable to supply the demand, as the people In his ueigeboi hood. Ray, afiex a. trial ofthe others: that none is equal to Dr. Mi lane a A eriuuiige. , Messrs. D. A J. W. Colton, of Winchester; Ind., happened last spring to get some of this Vermifuge. After selling a few bottles, ihe demand became so great fir it that their fctrck was soon exhausted. They state that it has, produced the best effect wherever used, and is' very popular among Ihe people. . , , , Hut we must, for want of room, reserve further instances for a future notice. Sold wholesale, and retail by theprincip-.il Druggist f Nashville aud throughout the Uuiled States! Dr. .Horse's Invigorating Elixir Cordial Among all herbs applied in medical practice, that which forms tho main ingredient iu this 'pri-iur-atiou stands su preme. It is Nature's cafholocuu.. llad the travels of Dr. Morse, nhich has addcnl so much to Science in .itj various branches, resulted in the discovery br this herb alone, be would still have beeu the greatest benefactor of the age.-i-Mineral remedies are utterly superseded by this purely ve getable specific And you weak, dyspeptic, nervous, sub ect to sudden llushes, convulsed with neu ralgia or He do Urtai, irregular in any physical function, enervated In any organ; subject to spasmodic pains of any kind I Heie is your remedy. Is your mind, your memory clouded; does your head fail you in. business, are you depressed in spirits, debilitated, worn out, aud utterly "out of heai t V Here is your renovator. Here is a stimulant more effective than alcohol; permanent iu its effects, and harmless fo the system as filtered water. Think of the.-u things, you that are sick and suffering, and test our words by experiment. The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pmt bot tles. Price three dollars per bottle, two for fire dollars, sir for twelve dollars. C. H. RING, Proprittor, 192, Broadway, New York. Sold by Druggists throughout the United States, Canada, the West Indies, and by W.F. OHAY, successor to Cart right A Armstrong, corner ot Market and Broad streets, Nashville, Tennessee octSt! Imo d.trwAw. IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS. DK. M0H1MS having permanently located in Nashviixk, resjieclfully tenders his services to the suffering public. Scrofuld, Uleert, Cdticert, TutUr and liing- Worms, treated in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef fective, their use beiugattended with no unpleasaut conse quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance from ordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood that he his settled in your midst, not for Ihe purpose of hum hugging or imposing nponyou, but to relievethose who may be suffering with diseases which are destroying by pit co rneal many ofyr deserving aHd useful citizens. GRAVEL STRICTURES, and all diseases ofthe genital orgaus are thoroughly under htid and successfully treated by Dr. M. To those who may doubt tho Doctor's skill in the healing art, ho would rssiectfully propose that they' bring forward a case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they Can conveniently ilnd,)and pledge themselves to see that directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr. M, will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines a? may be necessary, aud iu such quantities from time to time as the case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef. fected, positively no fee will be received, and if no !' It tbtained from the unenf ih virdidnes, no cluirge rebiUctr w'dllt made fr adder or medicine. The attention of masters and owners of servants Is par ticularly invited to the above. Those having servants af flicted ith OerufuU, Oraiel, stiffness or soreness ofthe limbs and joiuls, would Cnd it to their adrautage to consult l)r. M. His treatment is mild, aud iu no case will it be ne cessary to lose time while using mediciues. U Charges reasonable. ' Hespectfully, ANTl'lIUMHUG. All communications from persons at a distance, (Mist paid, in cliuing live dollars, will be promptly attended to. DK.W. II. MORRIS. Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Oilice, Cedarst, near Post Office, Nashville, Teun. mayl8 dAwCm. R. R. It. - No Mrirear iv in Qiicc AcnosixSrop PINO Pain' ami Rkmovixo its Ccsbs. If von are suffering pain, RADU'AY'S READY RELIEF will instantly stop themost severe paroxysms. If Cramps, it instantly allays irritation, and imparts to every part ofthe system heat and health; it pioduces an equal circulation cf blond, and infuses health aud strength into theueak, disabled, lame, disease eaten liuib and joiuL If Sick Headache or Neuralgia, ifDi arrhceaor Rheumatisms afllictvott, it will instantly stop the pain, and by taking it inlenia.Ir will cleanse and sneeten the Stomach, give strength and vitality to the nerves, ren der them terse and strong, and iron-proof against renewed attacks of pain. RaJway's Ready Relief is composed of ac tive and positive propeities; nothing inert or useless, dan gerous or poisouoiu, enters its cinnniiiilion. II will always relieve pain and cure its cause. N. It. The sick nill please bear in mind that we prepare three different rejiedfei. H It, I'riief,. honever qujik it stops pain, will not cure all disea.e.s. All acute pains arising from diseased action. Nervousness, languid Circu lation, Weakness, Ac, it will quickly cure. But fordi.-eaes arising from Bad UI00J, Radway's Renovating Resolvent is a quick, pleasant and RaJical Cure. It renovates the whole system, and makes t he blood pure, rich and healthy. It resolves away from the solids all dis eased depo-its. Itcuresold Sores, Salt Rheum Humors, Scrofula, Syphillis, Cancers, Ulce.s, Tumors, Rickets, Ac Price of Resolvent,!, per borjle. R. R. H. No. " Had waj's Regulators insure toall who use them angular action ofthe bowels, a'ud a healthy di gestion. Thrycure Coslirenessy Liver Complaint, Ac Price 2.1 cents. (novl lm 137" At the Yerandilh 'JIotel, kept by Mrs. Ed iio.vuso.sanuuersou-iu-iaw.iir. menus, mere is a gentle man from Scott County, K?.,m,(t iicelt mon-tJi, suffer ed greatly from a chronic disease of Ihe slomac'i and bowels. which could not lie removed by the mast aj'prvre: I practice, ' respected and continued as it nasHirlhe Ih-elor'n rale. lie had paid his Doctor's Bill, without auy calculation of making another, thnking it was of no use; and no one ex pressed any hope of his recovery except a stranger, who happened to pass that way, and advised him to a' different course of treatment, which has this recommendation, that in fiee tredt time, it has made him feel like engaging ill business. But why ihvs be como out of this spell of sick ness a strong advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union Pills? Becuse, they are im principat rtinrdy used in Hie treat ment uf his case; mid to the'r tjlicdcy he is principally in debted for bis recovery. Should not such cases be publish ed? If some persons areopposed to their publication, can anybody tell us the reason wbj? The geulleniau above refeneJ to is Elus Sro.vr, a biotb erof Jmrx Stoxe, the clerk at the Vkcinhaii. Nashville. OcLlfl-tf. BOUNDLESS WEALTH is not half so valuabloas Uiat great earthly blessing, heallh, which all, both far and near, are so eager in pursuit or. THE GRAVE, with all its terrors, and unknown realities, to uhich we are all rapidly tending, should be postponed so far as lies within the pow erof man and medicine. THOUSANDS OF HEINtIS could caily have their lives prolonged by resoiting lo the proper remedies. One-is now offered which will relieve nearly all Female complaints and irregularities, if only used; and that medicine is "Droom goole's Female Bitters." For sale in Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med icine Store, College street, and by Druggists generally. imv2 dlw Dr. Morse's Invigorating Cordial. Tboonly sure and safe liemedr.yelilijcnvereJ, for Gene ral Debility, Physical Prostration, Irritability, and all the va rious train of .Nervous AflVi-tions; it wllIaIdo'reii.ove Depres sion. Incitement, Dislike nf&tciety, Incapacity for Study or Business Lojs of .Memory, Mental Debility, Ac, &C. See advertisement. II. A. Fnlmstock's Vennifii-je, used at the last moment with success. AVasiunotov Coilntv, Pa., Nov., 1 852. A neighbor of mine hail a child th it was very sick, au d the physician attending it evened all his skill fur its relief, but without avail. Tbeyseutto Canonsburglor Dr. lwlio came over to our place, and uiion examination of the case, approved of all the attending physician had done, but could do nothing more for it. The child was given up. Dr. L. then said that there could ba no risk, in trying Muiiestock'rt Vermifuge, and thought they liad better get some. They sent to my store and pmcired some. After ndiiiinisteuug the first botlle.according to the printed dilectious, the child passed a few worms. They then gave it about half of another bottle, wheu it passed between TWO AND THREE HUNDRED WORMS, and immediately afer commenced improving, and was completely lestored lo health. SAMUEL BARNETT. Sold wholesale and retail bvall thepriucial druggist nnd country merchants throughout the United Stales. novl "VTOTICE WANTED IMMEDIATELY", A l. li i.ii.ioaiiair.1,1. t manaire a MERCHANT MILL. X MAN competent to run by steam power. One giving satisfactory testimouials of bis capacity fo fill the place will be liberally paid by the Sumner Steam and Merchant Mill Company! Gallatin, Tenneiiee. J. A. HIiACKMORE, Agent. Gallatin, October 28, 1853, trw6U GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY A COMPREHENSIVE GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY Aucieat and' Modern. By S.G. Coooatcn. 4 ti"This work is illuminated .with 79 Jbeautifu ftjlo- graphic mans, and numerous wood eneravfinrs. lv-wina mt cornrvltteandcompreUeiwiv wortjor ram - Hies. M-ti.nt. tLii i nb.hsvi.,1. ih,.i h.,;if i aI'l areo. nrln.lilwthlau t MiuanotTaud pojii cjjMains the (leograpliy and History of every country, cetuui of the United htates. It erives lUe uiaiutn o: riTpr itie , TOON A RUTLAND. lagesC 272 quarto paws. For Rale by . GREAT CITIES, .. The Great Cities or the World. In. their Glory and iu their Desolation, embracing- the cities of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. Willi a history of Important events. By John Frost, L. L. 1). jjrfr The Mysterious Parchment; Or; the Satanic Licen.uedicatcdtoMaiuelaiw.Progress. By Rev. Joel Waieman. Passages Iromthe History of n Wasted Lite. ' By a middle-aged man. Uncle Sam's l'ulnce; Or, The Reigning King. riiiloophj-of MyNterions Agents. Human and Muudaue; or the Dynamic Laws and Rela tions of Man. KC Rogers. , , Prof. SilliiuaaN Visit to Europe. "This work embodies much new and curious infiuro atiou on mailers ot Science and Art, and personal sketches, of eminent Savaiu end men of Science. A the matured impressions of the distinguished and Velerau author, op nj visiting Europe alter an interval of nearly 50 years, it is p ciallyinteresting and valuable." Kt. X3T Tlie above, with a variety of other New Books, are for sale by TOON A HUTLAND, " '- oct27. 41 Union street. XEV." HOOKS. ' Life of CapL Win. B. Allen, by Dr. W. D Howies and A . O. P. Nicholson; John Randolph, of Roanoke, and olher' sketches of character, including William Wirt. Busseli's LifeofCJ. For. , - Living Authors of America. Budiments ofthe Arts of Building. History and Rudiments of Actutecture. Jane Seaton; Or, the King's Ad vocate. By James Grant. For sale bv novl JOHN YORK A CO. HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEMBER'. Just received by JOHN YORK A CO. MEDICAL BOOKS. WOODS PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. New Edition. ' EBERLE'S EVSTMAN'S " M 44 'I CYCLOPAEDIA OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE. By Forbes, Tweedle, Dunglingion, Ac 4 vols, imperial 8ro.; raised bands and double titles. DEWEES' SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERY. lvoLSva, wilh plates. DEWEES ON CHILDREN. 1 vol 8vn. DEWEES ON FEMALES. 1 vol Svo, with plates. DE LA BECHE'S GEOLOGICAL OBSERVER. Boau tiful cuts. 1 vol 8vo. Extra Cloth. ; DICKSON'S ESSAYS ON LIFU SLEEP, PAIN, Ac. 1 vol roval 12mo, extra cloth. DUNGLISON'S PHYSIOLOGY. 2 vols Tvo; 7th ediUoD, enlarged, with nearly 500 cuts. DUNGLISON'S MEDICAL DICTIONARY". 1 vol royal 8vo; raised bauds; 9th edition, much improved. DUNGLISON'S NEW REMEDIES. 1 vol Svo; 7th edi tion, enlarged. DUNGLISON'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. 2 vols 8ro; td edition. DUSGLISO.N'S MATERIA MEDICA AND THERA PEUTICS. 2 voLs Svo; 4th edition, with cuts. DL'NGLISON ON HUMAN HEALTH. 1 vol Svo-.bounJ. DHUITTS MODERNSURGEKY. New edition, much improved and enlarged. 200 cuts. BARTLETT ON THE FEVERS OF THE TJ. S. Sd edi tion. HARRISON'S DENTAL DICTIONARY, UORNER'S'WPECIAL ANATOMY. WII-SON'S ANATOMY. MEIGS' SYSTEM OF OBSTETRICS. WlIiON'S DISSECTOIL WOODS' UNITED STATES DfSPENSATORS. The above, wilh a large colleclionof the Text, Miscella neous and Standard Medical Books, iu Store and for sale at low prices by ocl27-lf. F. HAGAN". LETTER PAPER. F. lUgan is now receiving an unusually large assortment of Letter aud Cap Paper. Ttwse wishing to buy good and cheap paper would do well to give him a call. oct27 F. HAGAN. Market t. HptVE.VrV DOLLARS REWARD Stolen JL from the subscriber, on the Murfreesboro Turnpike road, two miles front Nashville, a RIDING HORSE, of Ihe fullowing description, viz: dark browu, about 13 hand high, heavy built, wilh heavy mane and tail, carries his bead low, blaze iu his face, one n bite fiut behind ten J ears old, an excellent jiacer. The above reward will be given for his return tome, novl -dStAivlt EDWIN II. EWIXO. 1?Oll ll EN'T Two ITautalions in sight of Nashville. , foruext year, ls.71,if good teuaiiLsotlers. One contain ingabout 70 acres. The other including pasture, and about 1 1 0 acres, about 70 acres of u bich can be cull ivated. Botn Fanuslting on, aud frouliiur the Charlotte turnpike road. I prefer renting tth places tu one person, if a good uuc tual tenant shall offer. Houses, stables, corn cribs, fruit trees, Ac . mueh better than commoj ou rented laud; acres of clover ground lately broken np about 10 inches deep, a part of one of said Farms. Apply the subscriber adjoining the premises, M. BARROW, net 1 S lwlrw. -VrOTICI..--THO.SE PERSONS HAVING XN claims iu the coimtry or count ry towns, that they wish collected immediately, can have Ihein attended to by calling 011 R. A. RALLOWE, Geueral Agent, novl No. 17 Deaderick street. LjIfiRTS ! SHIRTS ! ! SIIIRTsT I S-RE O ceived this day per Express, auoilier lot of elegant Pat ent Shoulder Seam Shirts, u ith aud without cullars. All warranted to be ell made aud to fit everv siz-. novs MY'EItSAMcGILL. riOLLARS. -EVERY VARIUTY OF COL- J LAltS, Iatest styles aud best quality received and for sale bv now il 1 1'.ius A ntii 1 l.i.. QUAKER UNIT SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. O Just received a choice lot of Shaker Kuit Shirts aud Drawers and for sale by novS MYEItS A MctJIIJi. j T)OGEKS& WOSTENIIOUI'S CUTLERIES. 11, Received this day ahaiidsome assortment of Rogers t A Wostenbolm'a best ltazors, Kuires, Aa, Ac for sale by dots MYERS A M'GILL, Iatdies and Geullemen's Furnishing Store, No. 5tf College street STAR CANDLES I DO WHOLE, IIALF and quarter boxes received tierS. H. Sin luck this day. nov3 McCHEA A TEHRASS. SOAl FII-i'V UOXI-S UOS IN SOAP, RK ceived perSht lock, and for sale by uov3 " McCHE-VA TERRAS3. j rATCHES. -FIVE CASES BEST MATCH- J. ES, received per Shy lock. McCHEA A TERRASS. MELEE CIGARS. FIFTY THOUSAND Ciuciuimti Melee Cigars. uov-J McCHEA ATEHRASS. T)'YEFLOUR.ltX'SSEL"ir40ND, LV Broad Street, haveiust received au excellent article of RYE FLOUR, bolted and unbolted, nov 3 b A r w. HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEMBER. Subscription received, aud single topes Cir sale, by nor-' F.IIAGaN, Market street NEW ARRIVAL OF GENTS' WATER ' PROOF HOOTS AND BR0GANS, Af Ao. 42 College Street. G1 ENTS Superior Calf Stitched Waterproof Boots;' r " Pegged " " " " ' " " Cork Soled " " It II It Kjn 4 11 ' EXTRA SIZED DOUBLE SOLED NEGRO BOOTS; " " " " " Brogans, of all qualities, at very low prices for cash, by oct2x (tvr RAMAUK i CHURCH. -VTOTICE. SUBSCRIBERS TO THE PRES- UYTEHIAN HLHALD, at laiuisville, Ky, are inform ed that Ihe undersigned is au authorized agent for that pa per. Now is the time to pay iu advance, and save hfty cents. CHARLES W. SM ITH, octiS College t., near Union. XU.STRECEIVED, BY TJIELIGHTDRAIT siftimtrra, iuui n uuii n unn a aic, f urnaic urine barrel by oct'ii J. G. A C. ROBERTSON. NIVERsTTY OF N AsTn'lX LE. -Til E Geueral Introductory lecture to the Students of the Medical Department will be delivered by Prof. 1'acl F. Eve, ou Monday, October, a 1st, 7 o'clock, P. M. at the Odd Feb lows Halt. Ladies and Gentlemen of Naashville and its vicinity are very respectfully Invited lo attend. J. B. LIXDSLEY, M. D., oct29 2t Vmnofthe Pacaltj. LIQUORS. -i EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigns Brandy; It) 10 " " Marrett A Co'a do; 10 " " A.Signeli's do; 5 quarter casks Malaga ine; 5 eighth pipei Muscat do; 2 kegsSlooghton's Hitlers; 2 " lisseuce Pepperiiiiul; 6 bbLs Old Rye Whisky; 50 " Star do; For sale by aug27 W. H. GORDON A CO. G1 -1 LASSWARE. -500 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks; 200 " " V do, 100 " " juart do, W. H. GORDON A CO. For sale by J7LOUR. 2oO bbls extra White Wbeat Flour ' 200 New York Mills ex. Family do; 200 " Montgomery do; 100 " Gallego Mills v " do; Forsaleby fept27 W. H. GORDON A C0.J 1 I NEW PUBLICATIONS., CLOISTER jilFK OF CHAISES V. 'V-T. RKRRY.-& CO. have .'recently received THKflLOlSTEItfMFE OF CHARLES THE FIFTH, By WllliamSterlingnlborof liluaahii f tha Artists cf Spain," j .... , . :.i i Ti-R. ArCo.hayealsojiK vectivedT- 1. Miurav'slUnd liwk fw3uain- ' MuriaV'a Hand Book for Franc. . , 4. Murray V Jland-ljonk fori Southern Uenuaaj 5Slurray;pIand 6J for Norfhrrn Europe C. Murray's Hand Iloolc for Uelgiitat and the Rhine. 7JMurrajklIaDd linc.kJ' fjai.k.n, , 8. Hand-Book or Spaaislt and French Ssheobof Painting- 9. Sir.Jona Harrington's Sketctes. 10. Tlie Campaign of Waterloo by Juntai. 11. One Yearof Weillock by Mni.Carlsso. 1 2. , The Bride of Omberg by M ma Cailen. IS, Moore's Life of Sheridan, 2v. 14. Hildreth'-s History of Hie Uoild Slates, Ar. 15. HiMreth's Theory of Polities. IS. The Cyclopiedia of l'.IiticI KnWlge,4v. LIFE OF MAS IE DE MEDICIS, : ' JIY XlcSi J'ASOOK W. T. BERRY V CO., Iiuve just" receivrd THE LIFEOF MARI K 1RMI.D10IS, thi.vn..rFrance, consort of Henry IV, and Rrjtit uf tl- Kingdt m undtr LtmU MIL By Miss Pardoe. Feeoaj eiKlum, in 3 vela. London W. T. It. V CO. have ntso just recetved New English Editions of the following Works: 1. Webster's Encycbqioedia -of Domestie losmir. 2. Brande's Dictioiiary of Science, Ij'leraUin-and Art. 8. Ure's D'cliouary cf Art, Mamt&etHres aBj Mine, 2 vols. 4. TUK SPEECHES or Charles James Fot, Chatlum, Sheridan, Er.-tine and Burke. Wint Ufogtaphiral Memcits. Introdtictiou and Explanatory Notes. 2 viJo. royal 8 to. cl Ui. 5. CInVRKI-rS C0XC0RDANCR--New Ewtios -Complete Coecordarce of Stutkefit-air. being a mUl ind ax to all the passages in the Dramatic AVerls f the IVeL New and entirely revised ediliou. By Mrs. Mary Claik. 1 voL royal. 6. The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wertlery Mon tagu. 3ro!s. calf. 7. POMPEIANA The Topcgrapby, Edifices, and Orna ments of Pompeii. By Sir William Getl. 9. THE ARABIAN NIGHTS WWi 600 wood cuts. 9. DON QUIXOTE-IIIustrafedby Tommy TohaiiTOt. 10. BLACK'S ATLAS OF TIIKWOKLD, new d.iion. LADIES' FANCY DRESS I'FRS, MI FFS, VICTOHINES, AND CLFFS. "LADlhis will bear in numl that the largest assortment 01 Ladies and ilisseM 1 1 li.S erfr in one Store, are now- readv lorexlubmou at the FUR EMPORIUM of PI: ,.ViYtv ,t 1 IllTllAX. No. 33 Public Sonre. They have taken great paiHS in selecting Iheir FL'RS for the FALL TRADE, and Iauties may rely upon getting noth ing but the yrawiM l-'L'RS; as we sell no talic-r LYN1X, BADOEltS, stone and nvk M RT1. inset.-' FIICII, JENXKTT. and CONY, doc VICTORINLS anj Curl's. SWANSD0WN and kRJIlNKtwetie-: Urtollels, and Cape; louhich einvile ihcearltrst stvutHHi ot lLa Udies. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN. Hat. Cap, and Fur Store, No Public Sqnare. AGAIN WE WOI'LD INVITE Ol'R CITI ZENS and STRANG EHS. VISITING and passiujr thruoli the Oily, to call and examine ihe nwginlicirut and superb MOLLSh. IN IlATS.nwnufjciuredbT FRANCLSIO A WHITMAN. No S!A. PuU.j Square. Every stvleof HEAD ORNAMENTS, can be hid at their "PALACE HAT " STOItK. FRANCL-CO A WHITMAN. oct-2i. No. x5 Piibttt Square. "PARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are iriv.iejT. 1 call and examine llm beuutiful aisi.rln eot of chil dren's and infant's Hats ami Cap of tlw Islrsl an.l mot approved slvles, uhich are for sale it I be silitidid hat e tubhshmeufor FUANLlSCOA WHITMAN oct! '.. I'wblie S(uare. rpHE METROPOLITAN HAT.-Th. ptrsTa X ti ho wish a nentand eowliirtnbte bttsmesit Hat. w.m'l djuellto call and eximiHO those bmitMsl nes; sitlm that vieliare just rvceiieJ. FKAXl'ISt'OA WHITMAN. octi-J SS. Public Squara. "VVOTICE.- THOJI VS V. BI'IHa: H V V1NG J this day purchoseil an mleresi in ibr House i f Bl N iL NOEL A CO , would BKMt r-qscifttllr -ohcii Ins friends and acquaintances to i(ire trim a e-atl Nashville. Oct. y. '.vt. TH0M IS f lit RliL "VfOTICE. II.VVIX; THIS DAY ASSOCIA J. ted with us iu the tiioeety Ktwine m, II I U.MAS I UUlUiF,onr business will be nttci4 aa lH-ttrt.iiore, un der Ihe sttleof BEN. M. NoUI.ACO. oct: " , BKN. M. NOf 1. A CO. BW.V. U. NOEL, TUOrt. C. MKOI, A TYiIX HEN. M. NOEL .V CO., Grocers and Commission, Receiving and FOSWAKDIHO MEHCHANT3, AMI OClLtltS IX Foreign anil Domestic Liquors, t'OLLKtlKS'rKKET. WINF.S AND LIii;Oi:.S,-THREE Ht .V dred bbls 1 eund's HretilHsI UIhVLj; llHi do Pale" iIh di'; U) do lb4'ltfste.mnly II l Wln-Vr; 40 do Old Mononyathetit do; 25 bbts old l.urb'n vVlm'v bu ke4s Ct.an pnirne; Km do American Brandy; 2 Btrs-HlMsnd (lm. 30 do N E Hum; " 40 Uysi assnrhsd I 'ordtals 2.1 do Gin; yt W4s Old Poit me; 40 uo SM Wine; JO hbls fxwe Peacb Biandv, SO do Walker's Winter 1 bWn ApfJe tirandv; Ale; Uveiillock Wiue. 2 half pipes Madeira and S botrH aswrted llrandies: Slierry Wines; 2o botes Claret W me. 3 i pipe Old Brandy ; Iu store and fiir kale by oet2 BKN M. NOFI, A CO. rpOBACCO AND t ItJARS.-I'ORTY HAS 1 Gas Junes." Tobaecu; SO boxs Peter II Buax N 1 TuUwo; 25 boxes l'eler M lUuz'sCtJd lof Tubdco: 20 boxes Allison's Tubarco; l.i boxes PWhix Ti'bacci , 25 boxes FeliueU'.s du( lo tn.Vs-s Silo not s do; 10 boxes YoungAtturriU's " .1 UnnS K U bile's di, 20 Imixcs Missouri do; i Uivm Krai ,t h d 10 boxes B DailvVi do; lu Kmtock dn, 10 boxes Ender's do; 50 boxes Terry V Melee Ci gars; SO boxes Cuba Six Cigars; Co.tkH) PriuciH! Cigar-; 50,W Regalia Cigars; best brsHnla. in s4nre andf.ir sa'e by Jact-J HKN.M. NOKL A CO. SITNDRIES. ONElIirNIJRlJD AND FIFTY" bags prime Hio Coffee; 20l bbls SI Lnu Mills Ftour: Fln, 100 hhds fair to choir e Sugar; blh Stilus citv Mills 200 bbls Reboiled MoUsm-s; 2 eat Madde', 100 bbls Sugar-house us.; kai Isxm Oluwuare, 100 i bbls Sugar-house do; loo Uits Vinegar, 5iio bbls Not Kanawa Suit: 2". bM IW So ar: 100 kegs Nails, assorted: Sto Udi IVwuVred Sugar; 2 bM Clu4iedS'var, mi begs t'uifcm Yarn.-, lo casks Soda. 100 Demijohns, assorted; 5 tierces Rice; 5 ccroona best Indigo; 10 bags Race Ginger; 10 bags Pepper; In store and for sate by oct2ti BEN. M. NOEL A AO. T)IACIC AND FANCY COLORED SIARF XJ STUUKS.- We have th s1 ilv reeeiveil anialier sup fly of elegant Scarf Stock plaio, bhiek and fancv colors. rorsaiepy octatf Ml KK & Jlci.w.L. OII.IC AND SATIN SCA R I-'S.'- THIS DAY O received, an elegant assortment of Silk and Satin Scarr of various colors. isrtxS MYERS A M. lilM T"ID BUCK AND MLIt JLOVl, Jt.si J V received a choice lot of drM Ulwvea. l'or sale by oct2a MY EHS A MeLlU. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. I'.H.'ege street. RICHARD 0. CUEREx", CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, Sv. 35 Vnion ttrtet, Au T .". HAVING purchased Ihe entire interest in tlie firm r Currey Martin, will euntiiwe the HRIIG 111 -I NESS in this city, and Iwpes Ibut strict alleatiou to bu -m- s and the tinriiy and oewiiiJMiHxsof bis stuck will eu uiehi-'u a liberal sliare of public patrubage. He expects iu s tew dai s to receive bis FALL StPPLIIS or CHOICE CHEMICAUS. FRESH DKUGSan l Pl Rr MEDICINES, toirel her with the usual variety of I' Oil, Varnish, (nnmi re ami Yamtr artwfesfor tlte tele and citv retail trade. ihH - If 0EWbF"j30OrS AND SHOEsXrE ALWAYS TU E CHEAPEST. CHIARLES SAYEILH. corner ,S Market ni-& J Union streets, would say to bts eussoowrs aud irti ; the public that he still ooutiuues t uiamuWure all 3i. , kinds of BooLsaud Shoes at th khorlest notice and of gm -t materials. He has uovr on Land a laree sfnek of tiu abova named articles. boUl beavy and lijjitt, .f Ihe hite .t fasliion, of bb own make, which he offer 6r -ale at xs luw prices I as the same quality can be piircliawd iu ih car. All ha j asks is to give bun" a call and be convinced Ibal it ts to the J interest of Lie buyer to eneourag home industry . He a!?u makes lo order and keens "U hau.1 a Mipeiw article of L dies Shoes, suitable f-r fall ami wmK-r near. P. S. Re airing done at tlie shortest notiee and on res aonable terms. w u oe J ,rn IT'OR SALE I HAVE 10 ACRKSOFLANd", six miles from Nasbvilte, and atut on mile troiniLa labunon Pike, one-half cleared aod tba balaBce wutl lm bereil. This land lies as wall as any in the fount r font market garden, all well eeetuded wUh n good fence." Or will beexclianged forrily propertv. Appir to It- A BALLOWK tieoentl Agent, novl No. 17 I)aderiek. street DTAKC1I 50 boxes Fai'j Peari Starch. For sale ty O seni4 W. II. GOKOIIN A CO 11IES for the MUaon,at X Octl'j B. 4 J. NIXON'S. -1 f i MWUw.aaMs -'4;sat n,.