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Sunday morning, kov. c. lssa.
f-ise first iagu lor interesting reading matter.
THK PUESIDEXrS J'OIXJY
Thp .Wasbingtoo fon ff ondent of the Nov York
TJwwaa inlhieutial whip paper reviews the jio.
iey of the administration in reference to appoint-
unttit' to office in the lollowing letter, which we
f.mnnen4 to tlietwnsideration of our political friends.
a-tucandjd statement of facts bv a political oppo-
lie'nt: ' -. "
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ttic trtiiir.iuuLii-ijvt-ii ijie l . liailV IIOIFK
AMiixurox, Oct. li
men vvcro ever uioie d'-c-ired than thoe
4)eitiocmuc politicians in Jfew York who ipl
tUevr will be able to dnvo Onerxl IVtw from Hie
hue" of ,xlic,y he has i.rke.l out. It fa not for me
to argue hi ca-e for him, and I propose to donoth-
in of the sort. I wish siaijily to set torlti ttie cjc
it seems to staud.aod let ftll a suggestion or two
reflected by tlie isf.
tieneral Pierce came into oflice on the Baltimore
I'Utform. Jvo plank m it w;is better understood, or
more unanimously and fnmly telieil upon, than that
which reprehended all future agitation of the slave
ry tiuejtion. Tlie wisdom or tiecewiiv of such a
resolution I will not dircuKs. The fact was there
the plank was there. The President, in an honest
and candid consideration of the course ho must pur
ie in order to susUiu thai plank as well as stand
upon it, felt .-atisfied tliat the ouly way to accom
plish ttie desired, object was to practically bury the
pat, arid know Democrats only as Democrats, aud
forgetting that sectional differences or divisions had
ever existed, recognise as faithful friends all who
subscribed to the faith delivered at Baltimore. He
anted upon that policy. He stands ready to cany
it through at all hazards. Ills Cabinet is a unit on
tlii point; but were all of his Constitutional advisers
to dusert hiui, you m-iy be assured he would still
maintain his ground with true Jacksouian finnues".
The sooner the Hardshell understand this, the bet
ter will it be lor all parties. If tlie Iwlteis are sat
isfied they are right 011 principle, the knowledge of
the difficulties that beset their path will but nerve
their resolution; and iu any event it is better that
they should know tlie road on which they have en
tered. It is hazarding little to say that the Hards will he
rittshed in the conflict. It could not be otherwise.
W'h it la tlie history of party rebellions in this
country? Let us inquire into "the facts. We need
pftt only go lck to .lackson's time. In tlie lirst
Year of his Administration, a most formidable re
hePion was developed under lead of the Vice Pres
ident of the United States John C. Calhoun
which carried olf such men as Samuel D. Ingham,
of Pennsylvania, John Branch, of Xorth Carolina,
and John McPhcrsou Berrien, of Geoigia all nieni
bec s of the Cabinet. What came of it? The tnul
ontenle succeeded in damaging tbepartifs to some
extent; but Jackson survived to be elected for a
second term, and the rebels were irrevocably ru
ined in the estimation of their luuty. Mr. Calhoun,
with all his wonderful powers, fell back upon his
own State of South Carolina, and never was any
thing ou'tide of it from that hour. Mr. Berrien at
tained souio distinction thereafter, but not in the
party of his early years. The others engaged in
the rebellion were never heard of afterwards.
In Jnek-ion's second term another rebellion oc
curred, wliiri distracted the party, carried off Hugh
Lnvson White, of Tounessee. Bailie Payton, John
Bel', and others. The two last found refuge in the
lanksol the opposition; but White aud hi? other
co-workers were lost from the hour of their deftCt
lion, while James K. Polk, who refused to go with
lus colleagues of Tennessee in opposition to the
Pi evident, subsecpienlly reached the Presidency
himself. Win. J. Duane, too, Secretary of the
Treasury under Jackson, resisted liis chief in the
removal of the deposits. He lost the stake for
which he played, retired to private life, aud has
never since been heard of
Rebellion number three was leJ on by X. P.
Talmadee, Wm. C. Hives John Clarke, and other
able and brilliant politicians, who succeeded in en
tirely breaking down their party; but they pulled
the house buve their owu ears, aud not. one or
tHum ever stool the slightest chance of political
liuriag tjie Harrison and Tyler terra a rebellion
lroJ.c out in the Whig parly, 'which involved every
member of the Cabinet save Webster, and was
conducted under tlie leadership of Henry Claw
The time was most auspicious for rebellion. An
accidental President, startiug with na popular cap
ita!, John Tyler was soon di-serted by every man
in Congrc-s. He had no support whatever. What
was tlie result.' Uyier was stnvik down, it is true,'
still uot because of the reJiolhon. Nevertheless ho
made the neU President, and tio man of his party
who rebelled against him, ever advanced in politi
cal position a siagio additional step.
At the end of .Mr. Polk's term there was another
rebellion the Van Buren rebellion against Cas
which defeated the party, it is true, bntbroke.down
the rebels who have been four years endeavoring to
repent and return to f ie Democratic fohl, but have
scarcely yet succeeded. Such is the history of Party
lebellions. The morol is obvious that the dior
gauizer, bolter or rebel is never trusted, and always
loses by the operation. A party may recover from
lUo efii-ets of misplaced confidence, but individuals
who have proved faithless are never trusted, and
a.e, therefore, irretrievably ruined in the coufidence
of the party they betray." Tins will be apt to prove
true in the present instance, and the Hards mav as
well prepare for their fate. Dickinson, Broiiwi,
ud all, will find a common grave.
There an- two gn at facts which the Xemr York
lwlters seem to have overlooked or failed to. rceog
liiec. First, ihat tbegi-eatest danger our Adminis
tration can sustain, is the absence of organized' op
position. That danger the bolters law removed.
Tlie second fact is, that if an administration pursues
u line of policy satisfactory to two out of three of"
its adherents there is nothing for the third to do
tint inbuilt, or Ifire his party,
11 he remain within
it, he 11111U eubmit to. Us usages, and the fate they
bring hiui. There must be a power, somewhere, in j
a party, to detrrioine between opposing views.
Nothing i more necessary to party organization
and success, Tlie President. Loldiugas hit does the j
Constitutional power of the Executive, must, and 1
vil.l. for the time being, stand at tlie head of ins J
jwrty; and if a, portion of his adheieuts rebel, who '
is. to yirld? The President cannot give up his con- 1
elusions as to wliatjiolicy is best. The power to ,
detenuiin, pxists with hiui; aud those who stand iu I
the, way of that d'.-termiuation, though they mav ;
thwatt their leader, and tetiiiorarily damage their !
pally, aie sure to bo themselves dashed ill pieces, i
li 1 lies, suggestions shall be found seasonable,
and if thev have tlie efiect of leading New Yoik
politicians into n train of reflection, suc'.i as I have
pawned, no matte.- what the lesult of tneir deliber
alions, my obct w ill have been aclne ed. !.
A Cvynm Cosnssios. The Union a,ul Ameri
can of ye-terriay republished from the Star, a De
mocratic paper published at Washington, an aiticle
iu which it is stated that "our affairs have already
ttiu to an ebb fo low, as to justify such a man as
James Gordon Heiiuett 111 setting up fur the uil-sion
to France." We shall not coutrovei t the point with
our Deuioctatic contemporaries, that thiugs have
come to a very low pass under President Pierce's
Administration. They are competent judges of the
fact, and if they say so, why, we heartily concur
with them, ami couuneud the Candor of their con
The application of He.vni.tt Tor the misjion to
France was made immediately afler the present
administration came into oflice, aud just after the
closo of the late administration. It was under the
TSibnore ndininstratiou that our afKiirs rati to so low
anebbastoiiidiiceHrxxrrr tonpply forollice. Ho
did not succeed in his application: aud the effort,
proper enough in view of the low ebb to which
whiggery had reduced tin- government, seems very
niipuueiii now mat uigiiity and deeeoov in
lie otliees has been restored.
.Tue Xouwrcuv Colont ok Oi.t Buu Ac
counts from Oleona, tie colony established by Olc
Ht'U, in Poller county, Pu., represent the" eon
ditiou of things as melancholy in the extreme, the
colonists being destitute, even of fond and Ihe com
lnon necessaries of Kfe. OtE Hcll, it is said, has lost
is70,000 by the uutortutiate enterjuise, having paid
the money to a set of sharpers, who had no title
to the hiad. He is now about to give concerts iu
-ew mix tor th,. heurfi of the suflerinjr col
KW j ohk, ov. ;k The ship Dalhonsie from
London to Slney, was wrecked ofT Heaciiy Head,
KnglBh channel, on the l.'Uh October. The pas
sengers and crew all lost except a Iioy.
Cixci.s-.nai i, Nov. S.-The river hasiallenS inches
threa feet lise is reported t Portsmouth '
Pttshcki!, Nov. o. Ths river is fdlLng witi. 3i
feet water in tho channel.
THa-MOSKYEJi-CKKlUTIOX QFJfHE COUNTltVT '
Ion Umoii, iv tLfini,iiTTi3H--feMr'.i verv-q
iu.vi Ui.Lini,iiTTi3H--A(Mi'r'.)a verv--
iiUlligsuUitud .suuinLw.tiit;j.iAjuir. ctiully xplodr
iug the bubb.e that -nine of the panic maker" ate
endeavoring to inflate to H ipliton tin count iy with
a ei-tint v-of-fiiiarteiitl.rum and e neialbaiiu-uptcy.
He suya.thitt at New Yoik,. down to July lust,
matters were tegular and money cheap, when, f he ,
news froni abroad in. relation to the crop-took bf-s.J
feet, and the internal demand for m'oney-inthe- ill-
- (erior drew urion . lho LugKbaiaiicfjs, hvhith have
j alone ainouuted to SlS.000,000 since Jiiuof . .at
I Imu $12,t'W0,000 of that has been drawn, and,'e
b ink have regularly (rawu. it in fn?in ,tie mer- i
vbants to whom thev lo.uied... ,It will be obpervea
j that, that is the only item in tlie bank mean? that,
; has been cijriailetL Tlie. capital of tl.o. interior in-;
' ..!-.;, ill- imil lisiinllv tends toward Cew
I (r':irs i) i(""Vl y-J , tu
; York for employment; at timej, vyjien, as a fpoen-
( lation in produce, or lioin any oilier cause, there
k au active demand ii, thecou"ntrj ills wibidrawn
f " . ..
j employment here and sent home. 1 lit? is the .
( jirocesH which lias been going Toward. The pay- j
i luel3 from the country have been large, however,
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j and the merchants, as a body, have paid up fo the
bink.H without inconvenience. The pressure with
tlieni lias by 110 nicaus been so severe as in lf?Sl,
because their country paper has been more freely
paid up. The luods which have been drawn into
the counlry will return in the shape of volumes of
produce to meet the rising markets which Europe
now presents.. Tlie pressure is already greater.
The Erie lailroad put up their freights this week.
The stock-brokers were the most pinched, and the
following prices contaiu the philosophy ef t)ic
Flour. Wheat. Corn. Erie 'It. K. Hudson rirer.
Junell, ft -40 SI 2D 63aS7 "88 '78
Oct. IS. C 50 1 5S b."aSS 6H M
These railroad prices are the lowest tliat the
stocks touched in the pressure. The banks in June
had loaned the brokers S5.fi00.000. It has been
withdrawn and sent into the country. The mer
chants liave paid up their accounts and, as the
weekly returns show, have increased the deposiis
over 1,000,000. This money they are at the mo
ment indisposed to employ, by reason of the un
certainty in foreign affairs; and ridiculous as is the
brayiusr the Herald about "universal failure," "re
petition of the scenes of 1830," "responsibi'ity of
the government," and follies of tlie department "
in relation to the sat plus, it is not without certain.
paect among timid mei , causing them to pause, and
inducing the deluded country readers to send down
their stocks to sell at a sacrifice for the benefit of
tlie hharks iu whose interest the Herald writes.
The great activity imparted to public works in
the interior by die produce movement must confer
great revenues upon them for the present 3'ear.
The same cause producing pressure here, however,
lias stopped the facilities for building roads for the
present, by compelling the negotiators to refuse
further advances; and this ma be considered a
very fortunate feature. When money was very
abundant, and almost all descriptions of roails could
obtain credit, very many speculative concerns were
projected that were not demanded by the actual
wants of the locality. The shutting down the gates
to speculative projects, at a time when the West is
becoming rich from its own resources, will lead to
a more just discrimination of the merits of each
work. "Where a rail or tilauk road is really de
manded by local wants, the practical, sense of the
fjtrniers, who sell their grain so well this year, will
not fail to discover it and effect the construction.
The matter will receive far more strict considera
tion than if, on the representation of a few, the
money cm lie borrowed in New York for expendi
ture. The stoppage of works that may take place
oa account of the check in the sale of bonds will
nDt probably be sufiieiently great to affect business
in any extensive locality. The borrowiug system
atways leads to waste, but the actual expenditure
under the direction of those interested insures
pinmpt and cheap construction.
The great element of the present activity is the
short harvest abroad; and there appears to be m
England some difference of opinion iu respect to the
nuitter. Many good authorities in England deny
that the wants will be asgreat as represented; but
it is true that a large portion of Europe that usual-h-Fiipplie3
grain will this yearat least have none to
sjiiire, and the Black Sea alone, girded by hostile
armies has a surplus. If England and France be
come engaged in the war. they may, by their com
bined fie -ti, keep the sea, and allow of the tree
pos?age of gram at high sales; but Russia will pro-
hibit the export. In cae of continued peace, it is
p.iobable all the Black Sea wheat will be demanded
in the Mediterranean.
T'he shipments of wheat from Odessa, August 1,
til September IS, six weeks, were as follows:
To Marseille", Leghorn atid Genoa S,120,tKD
'Jr.eMe, Ac (1,00,000
r-ugianu ,., BiKyWU
Total shipments A.Q-Mftto
IThe English markets at this moment, are the
cheapest; and freights from Odessa to England are
dotible what they were last year. The ouly mode
in "which England can draw even her usual supplies
! is to outb-d other countries that are purchasers.
It is evident while the supplies in England are
c.iial lo the actual events, ihat such ?i rise cannot
tt.fcn place until the close of the present crop year.
tf5iv? the present high rates abroad are regarded
wxthio much distrust as to make importers of goods
Ca2ilious of produce bills.
ffhe following article, embodying a number of
statistical facts in the history 01 a numerous and
growing denomination of christians, derived from
alialimticsources, will be interesting to our readers:
CcjuunnL-vNu PitKs'uvTKUiASS. The first Presby
te ryof Cumberland Presbyterians was constituted
b) ' the Hev. ite-srs. Kwing, King and IfcAdoo, in
ilchot. county, ieun less than halt a century ,
since. Ibey now number 1!0 Synods, Pre.-by- ,
ie nes, aoout, i,j.jii iwmreiies, yuu Alimsters. and
Ui stween bU and I0(1,U0(I members. Increase the
la t year (5,000. They now have J) chartered male
cv Jleges, 111 chattered academies, and .'! chartered
fe male' colleges numbering f'ruuiliU to 200 students.
A rrangeuietits are being made for Theological edu
cation. In relation to education, in proportion to
th I'ir resources, this denomination is second to uo
ot Iter 111 the git-at valley of the west Their cou
di tion and success were never more prospeious.
Their doctniies, form of government and prac
tices compare favorably with any of the denomina
tions ol ttie age. Ihcir ministry, energetic and ef- !
lective, many of them, rank among the first order ;
tif bdent, evincing deep reseaieh aud au unusual j
amount of originality. j
The IVashville 1'ieshytery of the Cumberland '
Presbyterian Church recently closed its fall session i
lii this vicinity. Jt was well attended, the business j
Musacted with great unanimity and despatch. j
Vhree candidates tor the ministry were licensed to 1
.treaeli the (.rospeL
This Presbytery embraces the counties of David
son and Kobettson, a portion of Sunnier. Wilson
and Williamson, and small pot tion of Montgomery
lud Huthcrfbid counties, and now numbers 21 or
dained muiisteis, 0 licentiates, f candidates, 22
Oiiurches aud some 1800 members. Their church
at this city, ahhough it has met with some reverses,
is still on tlie advance, and presents many induee
I'unts to the gieat number ot our citizens who have
Do permanint plaee to worsliip to call iu, us their
f.ais are liee lor all. Regular setvice in the church
ui this city very sjabbatn morning and evening at
uic usual iijurs lemilar J 'raver meet 11.
rhursday evening. For a lull account ot Hie rise
W tins denomination the public are referred to the.
llic aud times ot Hev. Funs Ewiug: Hv Dr. Cossitt,
ilie work can be piocured at Dr. Goodlet's Medical
laboratory. 'fme. 'hij.
J3f" AVe learn from the Elizabethton Reyistn
tliat the case of 'J'hos. Kelly vs. Dr. Thomas 11.
f't.M.knlatr lXr f li wtilt.rtiml flf Aliss MhIvmim Tv'..! 1
wa ju jr.irj:n cirou,t court last week.
itt - xcited a trreat degree ot interest, ftom the fact.
ii.tat rl.. itu(ii.ifr -.t-ur.2 latt ut Sn finO unit nlsn frn.n
fne allegation that the seduction was accomplished
Iy administering to .Miss .Kelly, cantliandes. U hen
Hie entered the couit house, quite an aflectitig
Scene eotued. 0veix:oiiie by the novelty of lier
JDositimi, and the terrible trial the was about to nn
'Cergo, she sank down, and man audible voice, of
.Iwd up a fervent iietitiou lo the throne of Grace,
1 1 stand by her ip that hour of trial and difficult)'.
Duriug the prayer, a peifect silence prevailed tlie
Itouse, and many an eye "unused to the melting
; uood," shed copious tears. She then told her tale
f woe, in a simple, unadorned manner. The ad
aiiuisteiing of canttiandes was abundantly piovec,
. f et great contrariety of opinion existed as to wheth-
fr it wonld produce the elfect as charged. The
' t-ial continued hxira Ttiesday iSntil Saturday oven-
:ttg, when thejun' returned a verdict of $500 iu
Minages for the plaiutifL'
There is another case pending between Miss Kel-
vs. -Dr Greenley an action of slander.
FOOTSTEPS OF AMlEL.4:
bt n. w. Lo.criH.ow.
Whn'tb"? hours of day are numbered,
And iherpices of.tjie uieht ,
Wale the Letter .souHhal inuiibeted.
To a holy calm delight. , .
Ere the evening lamps are lighted,
iili&dmvs inmi tlielitlul nirjipi.i
' li-Ikl '4ui. f
They, tie holy ones and weakly, ' i al ! Ui i
Who the cross of suQVrine bore,'-- . tii l.
Jolded llieir pale hands so meekly,
Spoke wiiliuson earth nomore.'.s m
And Willi tbeni the being beauteous -"'V
Who unto niVTOulh was given, , ' .
Ifoie (lean all things else to lore me, '
And is now a saint in Heaven,
With a slow and noiseless IboiKtep - '.
Comes the messenger divine, . ,
Takes the vacant chair beside me, , -.. .
Lays bergentle hand in mine.
And she fits and pi7es at me ; ' "'
With those deep aud lender" eres; '"
like the stars soslill and saint-hke. 'Au.
Ixaiking dowuwsrd frim tliekips;
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Uttered not, yet comprehended, ,
Is the ppiih's voiceless prayer; t ,'.
Soft rebukes, in blessings elided,. . ' ,
Breathing from ber lips of air.
0, though oft depressed and lonely,
All my tears Jelaid aside, f" iiT
If I biit'reinemberonlr . .
iviich as theselure lived and died.
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THE JIILLIXEB, -I
Hake ber woHc liarder, she is but a milliner; '
How can slie coaipbiin hard woik is killing h'ei?
AewI sevenleen, and in a consumption!
Sonic law should be made to punish presampticm.
Make herworkha-der; her mother, poor creature,
Is paialylic'iu each limb and feature;
In Mirh a condition, she should be willing
To work day and night, to obtain but a shilling.
Harder they made her work, liardertlmn ever;
Then came r cross her path a practised deceiver,
Oue youngand wealthy, who, smiling upon ber.
First gained heraffections, and then ber dishonor!
Of course he forsook her; a creature so fender.
Who in this wide world would care to defend heti
Down with heildowu with hei! lowerand lower
In a very few weeks her mother wont know her.
Bright are her younT eyes, delighting beholders;
Her hair falls in ringlets over ber shoulders;
Down with her! down with hei! lower and lower!
Till only the vilest acknowledge they know her.
Cod! vt hat a wreck of a creature so dutiful!
(tod! what a wreck of a creature so beautiful!
Purchase a shroud herpale fare to tic in; '
Take fier way! the victim is dying!
A K EXT UCKf A X"S RTOKY.
In ihe neighborhood of a small towii, siltiafeil in
county, Kentucky, and right at'lhe junction
ofa cross-road which boasted of a grocery, a blaok
smilh shop, and a "very" small store, there lives a
character whom wn recently met, and whose great
est lioast was, that he "was one of the five hundred
meu who killed Pickenham, at Orleans."
His person was decidedly "unique," entertaining,
as he expressed it, "an honest passion for fighting!'
In the course of his knock-downs, all the fingers of
Ins left hand had been either bit, cut, or chawed off
with the exception of his fore one, which was a
long, link member, with a big nail on the end of it.
Although deprived of the use ofone fist, this "fin
ger" served him a very useful puqiose.
It may be proper to state, that in tins section of
the couutry, fighting is regarded as a mere matter
of amusement, especially when "red eye" is about,
and neighbors knock down and "gouge" each other
in a friendly manner. The subject of our story had
a peculiar fashion for fighting; being rather short,
and uot very heavy, he had to take, as he said, all
the little advantages to keep even. His grand point
was to walk up to his man, and by a sudden thrust,
which long practice had rendered him perfect in,
poke his long bony finger with unerring precision
in his opponent's eye, and hit him at the" same time
"under the belt" It was at one of those domestic
watering places, where families congregate to pass a
few weeks dining the summer season, that we first
He was dressed in the most approved hunting
fashion, having on buckskin pantaloons, and a coon
skin cap, with a fox's tail in it. His face was par
ticularly striking, from the fact, probably, of it hav
ing been repeatedly "itruck,"as it was covered with
To complete his description he had only one eye.'
and that "lonely orb,'.' when we saw him gave evi
dence ofa recent muss.
A crowd of some four or five visitors had assem
bled at the spring, which gushed out of tlie side ofa
hill, and were sitting on some wide benches, listen
ing to his marvellous adventures "bv flood and
field," and the innumerable men he had 'Tout" and
One of the party present, at the risk of being con
sidered impertinent, ventured to ask him "how he
lost his eye.
The old fellow immediately brightened Up, and ,
sitting upon an empty keg, drew a huge twist of the
native ieai irom tus nucKsKin, ana said:
i,iuvjij.-ii, wu uu t nai ui v iieueve mis siorv
-some folks don't-bnt it's afacf. and no mist ikr.'"
'fitilUiiH ' 1. .i: ..
"Some forty years ago, things wam't as they are
unu- ...:u..i 1 ..." -a... '. .-. .
itimwua anu iiuiijiijves vvaru t. invenieu lo
skeer ra ,! rn,jk&n '
skeer game and let foreigners in.
ell, about that time I ' 'hoon-noled' mv cabin.
on the side ofone of the Licking hills, 'previous to"
my going to agriculture. There was a powerful
lot of game then, and a feller could picks nri choose. 1
"One day I started out on a still hunt to 'drop
bucks' and admire natur. I went about three miles 1
without seeing a deer fat enough to waste powder ,
on; when I came to a precipice on the Brushy Fork j
of Licking; I stopped, and commenced thinkingabout '
i ugrims .Progress and 'Hobinson Crusoe, when
presently I seed a big buck laying at the foot of the
precipice which war'about four ramrods deep. I
tell you religion and literature flitted immediately,
and I jest concluded to 'harness' that specimen In t
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natral history and take him alive,
r ,Wn sS.vUf l,.f.
Uetsv Uiats what I call I
n.yrine-andsh.d my flannel for a regular tussel. !
Heiv.-.snlnvi.iM ,i,i, f,,,i.,, 1
er know'd the danger he war in. I made one
jump and lit right across his back and grabbed both
his horns they war horns and 110 mistake, aud
looked like young blackjacks sprouting out of the
side of his he.nl The deer was a little surprised
and run like h1 straight up the holler, through the
thickest sort of woods. I hung on to the horns.
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iui i ten you, 11 i uau iei icoseane way tie war
von, u 1 uau iei icos4;ane way lie war I
I'd a lit on the olher side of Licking, and 1
"I kuow'd I war in for the race, and war making
it a heap under two forty. On we went, like the
devil beating tan bark, through the thickets.
"I commenced to get tired by and by, anJ thought
I would 'ease' myself olf by grabbing some sap
ling. I seed a small black-jack tree and Snatched
it with my left hand, holding on with the other to
the horn of tlie critter.
"Something 'cracked.' Itwarn't; tlie tree, but
'by gum' the horn of the buck had 'slipped,' and I
thought I was a goner. His head must have ach
ed orful, for he run a heap faster, and them big ant
lers of his'n, as he rushed through the bushes, rat
tled agin his skull like shelled corn in a gourd.
"AH at wuiLs't something keen hit me iu the
left eye, but it got mighty dull: of a sudden oa that
side of my head.
"I s'pose he run about four miles, when Jie-'fainted,'
aud I got ofT, and, after I rested, tied nil four of
his legs together before the 'influence' left him. The
blood was running down the left side of 103' face,
and I shut my other eye, and d n me if I d'dn't
see nothing. I wetil'back to' the trail 'we had run,
when T seed a bush move. I stopped stock sfill and
went the other eye on it.''
Here he paused and took another quid.
"Gentlemen," he resumed, "it's' a fact and no
mistake, if it warn't ruy eye hanging on a bush and ;
winking at me." ;
Every body was silent surprise was too deep 1
for utterance, when one of the' party, drawing a I
flash frnm liia iruArnt Limlnfl -It tn lt.o nlil rnin
"v'lli the request tliat he "would wash that story
He smelt it to be sure that it ms whisky, and
looing round at tlie party, said, ''Gentlemen," here's
to abolitionist and temperance lecturers may they
have aueveilasting 'itchen,' without the privilege
of 'scratching." And calling his dog; bade.us good
day, and left, St. LoVis llepvllkaii.
B0UXDLESS WEALTH is not half so valuable as that
great earthly blessing, belth, which all, both far and near,
are so eager in pursuit of.
THE GRAVE, with all its terrors, aud unknown realities, j
to which we are all rapidly tending, .should be postponed 1
so far as lies within the power of man and medicine. j
THOUSANDS OF BEINGS could easily hav e their lives
prolouged by resorting to the proper remedies, 'One is now
offered which will relieve nearly aU Female, complaints and
irregularities, if only used: and that medicine is "Druom
goole'a Female Bitleis."
For sale iu Nashv ille by the Proprietor, at the Patent Mjd
iciue Store, College street, aud by Druggists generally.
ilium iiwiii uieiKinjr an. t . i . . i k. in iininctiMiiiiriinnii jne increaaea irouucuons - . : i . . i
! t Jl'lieb tlia furnuii-t UieaepatuMi 11 i v U J J li ji. 01 ie lanu. uiBora jbhoi i-u-uu- t,mI ., , . ' "i-jeogipiif ami iii.smrr 01 every counirr, t
U'&X'oV,.u.io ' - t tial hixuries-milk, butter, and cheese; the ox is the d't brought h30rmS He , sooo aftrr gare another t including the Ulecu,' tu Uu.leaUte ftgi.exthe
The Lelored. and the true-bfariej, : r.jftl.L aktinrliitn in his daily toil- and t arne diiM. whicu hnm.faByyfeiimr.re. nia- stlualam and jplHtionqforrf-i.i.cilic-s towiwaad til- !
.CanetcvWUne once more.... g ,0 f hIeld wfrari the Wr i k!Kl''" ; ,V fj' "1toW,, ' j
Ali.tl.e.70iingaadtrong,whQcbi3lie'dr I blasts of winter They unitedly nllbrd the means"- Andrew Downinp, orCranbury.trwnshirv :Venango cour j- orwleur TOON jRUrLAXl). .
i'iS,!!leJMii ' ofdllumiriatiDg the shade? of night, enabling the j tavll"chiM ontea-sroooM( and it pawed lT7woruw. L f."" GREAT CITIES. : Vnl
Vl. . Ti.. i?,.r f 1 culiivator. as well as a Urge portion of th rest of exl momiag.onarepetitinrf'oftlmdoe.-jj.e .piMed .
BREEDING AM) FEED1XG DOMESTIC AXIMALS.
Ttie judicious feed i up and breeding of domestic
fniniaLs-"is-ofsu(;fr grcaf ami increasing-
j-jot cultivators of. theyoiUliflt.noapoluv Is
L ry foHlWcussincr t-Ie suSieet occasionally.
I "-. ".t
t cattle and sueepTH profit yet they add uiudi
manlihid, to enjoy the rich zest of mental improve
ment, while thev supply society with a great item
of human subsistence. And lastly, but not least,
they are machines (of nature's patent) forthe manufacture-of
vegetables into manure wherewith (o
feelor make the coming crops.
Much of the grazier's success depends upon his
judicious feeling in order to realize the greatest
amount' fiomtho food consumed aud tlie labor bes
towtnl ut attending. It is, however, greatly inju
riovslo breeding animals to feed them t-o high as to
r fatten them This not unfrequenlly renders them
barren, and olten causes their ollspmig to he poor
and weakly. Yet they ought not to be allowed
to.recedo; and.liecome poor for want of proper awl
sufficient food. All young animals require extra
care and richer rood the first wiuter. It is best to
learn them to feed before weaning, so as to pre
vent them from falling away when deprived of.
milk, which check's their growth, aud lieqncnlly
makes them ill-formed. Animals intended for the
sliainb'es cannot be too well fed, but theyshould bo
attended to judiciously, and no food wasted.
One-half .of the food which a "well-fed animal
consumes Ls necessary to support the system, and
the ro-maiuder is realized in its growth in flesh, la
bor, dairy, or wool so that if an animal can, by
extra feeding, be made to arrive at the same value
in half of the ordinary time, one half of the waste
in food is saved, viz: that which goes to support
the animal. And as all young animals require less
daily food to support them than the old ones.
the sooner they can be fattened for tlie market, the
greater the profit; and the fatter the animal is, the
lietter will the feeder be remunerated for one that
i fat has not so many pounds of olfalas a lean one.
Common beeves shrink onp-tbinl of their live
weight in dressing; whereas a fat one will uot lose
more than three thirteenths.
.As a general principle the better the animal can
he fed (excepting breeders) with the fowl which
they liave to consume, and the more comfortable
they can be kept; the greater will be their profit'
To winter cattle in comfortable, but well ventilated
stables is a great saving offodder, and increases the
quantity of their manure. Sheep oiigkt to be shel
tered from the winters b!ats by comlbrtable hov
els or oilier warm quarters, frequently littered fo
keep them clean. Cold, wet storms Saturate their
And oft deal out to tbeui with liberal hand:
Shelter them, too, from winter's blast sereie,
lud they will richly pay you for our toil."
From the Mark Lane ExprcssJ
- OX TIIE BItEEOIXG OF HOfWES.
Sin The letter of your able aud experienced
correspondent "Cecil' induces tne to trouble you
with' a few remarks on the same subject. 1 a:n
sure that he is right in saying that "owners of stal
lions are often reluctant to submit their horses to
the opinion of those who are selected as judges." I
go further than this; for I maintain tliat their reluct
ance is a well-founded one, inasmuch as the .Majori
ty of decisions are based on the mere individual ca
price of those who happen to be judges for theday.
For my own part, I will never in future exhibit a
horse of any description until two radical changes
arc made in the principle in which the premiums are
1st. Let the scale of points be drawn up, by men
of acknowledged authority, which is to be taken as
the Standard of perfection. This plan has already
been adopte I at the exhibitions of Guernsey cattle.
No prize is there allowed to be awarded to any cow
or uuii wnicii noes not possess
aciven number of
the reriuir.nl noinLs. In the case of hnrs if VI,,
be advantageous to go farther, and to make certain
points essentials, and others accessories. To begin
with the case mentioned by "Cecil" that of bad
hocks, which, according to him, were looked upon
as a venial defect by the judges at Gloucester: I
would stamp them as at once disqualifying a horse
from, winning a prize, either as a hunter, or as a
stallion forgetting hunters, even did the animal
which was so unfortunate as to possess them ex
hibit every other merit under the sun. In like
mar.uer, mat-formed feet, whether contracted or
too flat, ought to be a decisive disqualification for
every kind of horse. All horses too, ought to have
their legs properly set on, und to possess good ac
tion, taking intoaecount the purposes for which they
are intended. I give these as indications of what
I consider tlie essential (whits of ahorse, but by no
means as a complete list.
These cardinal points being disposed of, I pass
to those which, although not essential, imlie.-iin
j either beauty or some useful quality, and which
' must t iirtr-0vr4 nsvt A icpnn-n rsiiml
mi. 1 r.t 1 . 1 , ,
. ltesliaiof t behead is, wl.ensymmeter.ca , both
1 ": """v. ..-"
I r.r I. ;..l. l.l.wlil.rt..i. .1 1. . r
tiiiiin iiiu uiuuti aiLuuiruillilin mill UUII-lirCtl
liorse have bad heads,) and denotes an animal light
and pleasant in hand, especially when well set on a
neck naturally archmjr, so as to allow of the head
1 1 .. t , , . ,, , ,,
and pleasant m hand, especially when well set on a
wool, which keeps damp lor days, and causes mate- i t JMwamnnw you lamper wiui your geu
rial injury. The poet's, advice to the f'aimor is ! cral eltare.
strictly true : j Y'o wild aud'vici6u.s youths why jville persst,in dosfug
"Xow fanners to your flocks and herds be kind J with the filthy nauseating compound, daily pioDered.'t liere-
being drawn downward and inwards without difti- t three diaerent reoiedies. tit U. Relief,--however quick it
culty to the rider or distress to the horse. A star- ! S0PS J'ain. will not cure all diseases. Ml acute pains
gazer, or ewe-necked brute, though always ugly, j arising from diseased action, ' Nervousness, Languid Oircn
may do useful work in harness, but would be as tin- i laiion. Weakness, Ac, it will quickly cute. But fr disease
ale as unsightly for a hunter. Many persons at-
I Lich importance to a horse being well ribbed up,
j provided the shape of the barrel is good, consider
; able latitude may be allowed on this point. The
' hips oughtto present sufficient width; ragged hips
I may be unsightly, hut I prefer them to those
, which are too narrow. A loug hind-quarter is
,' liatidsome, but some good horses aie both short
there, and goose-mmped.
These are mere hints jotted down in haste. Let
. , . . . - : 1 .
i...... i .- ... J.
judges be comini?sion-
,lJr ? fc v r
table of points, attending firsi
I Society to prepare a
rst to those which are
essential to all horses; secondly, to those which are
tne characteristics of each separate class, whether
I hunters, roadsters, or farm horses; and thirdly, tor
those which, though not absolutely necessary", are
! nevertheless desirable as indications of some good
; quality. The breeders of horses will then be in
possession of an object at which to aim. Exhibitors
will have some idea as to how far the animals they
t r V Y7V
T. lllV theaQt!;'',l ha promulgat"! by
uu4utiij, uuw uiiirreni, auuiiuvv iiuiiuteiy to ue
preferred from the state of alfairs at present. Per
plexing indeed, when selecting ahorse for show,
is' the reflectiou that 3011 have neither principle to
guide you iu your choice, nor clue as to wiiat will
govern the dec-sion of your judge. Some judges
prefer a large horse; a small compact oue; one gives
thepahn to blood, and the Other to noivei: a third !
likes large bone; while a fourth is only to be oromi-
tiaieuoya oig oouy. Action is everything with
some persons, and nothing with others; some look at
the head, others at the hocks; and a few of the more ,
juuitiuua me ciiucui concerning tue setting oi me
lore-legs and the jiosition of the shoulder. There is
one piece of advice which I can give to exhibitors,
and only one which will be of the slightest practical
use: Attend above all things to the condition ofthe
animal which you show. Let him be as Tat as pas-
sible, and let his skin shine like a star. Never mind
, the means, but make this your aim ; and if you do
not win, j-ou must either have an animal bad indeed,
or your luck must be worse thau your horse.
Seriously speaking, this is Ihe only principle
which I have been able to discover which iuvan- i
ably, and under all circumstanses, governs the de- '
cisions atagricultnial shows. The'horseorthecolt .
which is in the highest condition, aud is best "got ,
up," is certain to be. tie winner. It is melancholy
that it should be so; but it is, alas (he fact that the
judges must liave something to "flatter the eye," af
well as the common herd who are no judges! Itf
is my firm conviction that no degree ormerit would
suffice to secure a premium to a horse thin and out
of condition. I might have substituted the word ,
"animal" for "horse,"' in the last sentence; but with
regard to cattle or sheep, there is at least this ex- '
cuse that the "aptitude to fatten" Is with them One
point of perfection. Is tills the case with the hunt
er, the hack, or even the teaui-horsc? l'ormy part
I call that man a judge in the highest tense of tho
wofB, who is able to discern merir, or the promise
of it, under a rough skin and an unpauipered con
dition, and who, on the other hand, has the
strength of mind to reject a defective form, even
though his eye be fluttered by condition ever so al
luring to the vulgar eye,
I must defer the discussion of the second change
which l' propose until another letter, should you
think it fit fo allow me the space.
-VTOTICE WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A
pL MAN competent to manage a MERCHANT MILL,
run by steam power. One giving satisfactory testimonials
of his capacity to fill the place will be liberally paid by
the Sumner Sleam and Merchant Mill Company, Gallatin,
Tennessee. J. A. BLACKAiORE, Atrent
Galium, October 26, 1S58. trwSt.
. iM,'Lnnfc'.s Ylrtiiiliigr. -No lemedy ever (ovenled '
hfl4 UMl fill .-ft.! aa 1 V.. ... . t ... ... - 1" - T
" .V..."..... HICglHIHWill uicuiviue ui vr.
i 1 " " " " urin tJI nUIUil UJi IU4UIUCD:
; 0f a few of ttm. w,lsus,v'wB-i,n-i'-1J -
Jonathan Hoierliiruin of West Union.. Park rountr. Ia
writes that he is unable to supply the demand, as the people
In hi; ueigeborbood say.afiera triatof the others, that none
is eipial to Or. M'Lane's Vermifuge.
Messrs. 1). 3c 3. W. Collou, of Winchester,- Ind lmppeued
last spring to get som of tins Venuifiige".' After selling a
few bottles, the denial became; sOfgreatforjU jthat their
stcck was soon eib.iu.-led. Tliey state that it lias produced
the best effect wherever used, and is vwy popular 'among
tlie people. , ,,
Butwemust, for want of room, .reserve further instances,
for a future notice. - ' '
Sold wholesale and retail by the priuciiul Druggist of
Xa-litille and throughout the United States.
Dr. .Verse's Iuvignrutiug TUixir Cordial
Among all herbs applied m "Tuedical'practice, ihat which
iranoremcff T M'tSiTo. Alt w.i.T.T.rt.mH.i.tn.t!-.Mt.i,.iJ. .A.rutiit,.viiL "
neoe-a- o.i . .r..i ... i Ancient and MoJtrn. BrS.fi.
' '-VAti. tii h..ij,i:i... '. . .... V This work i illiimiuated with T9
forms the riuin ingredient "in thWreparatiou starfdi su-; i upriions of the dirfnguished and veteran author, on re-1.-
-v- . ... ' 1 T. .1. . . n H TS't"R Eunipeafteranmlerval of nearly .S3 rears, UU spe
preuie. It m Matures cat holocoo. Had the traveks of Dr I cidlvinterestino-and valuable."
Morse, which has added ho much to Scienrein it various
branches, resulted in the discovery Of this hjrb alone;.Iie
woiua siiu nareueen ine grcaiesi ocueiacwr 01 in age.
.Mineral remedies are utterly superseded by this purely ve
getable Specific. And yon weak, dyspeptic, nervous, sub
ect to sudden flushes, conviiLseJ with neuralgia or tic At
Ureur, irregnlar in any physical function, enervated in any
organ; subject to spasmodic pains of any kind ! Here is
your remedy. Is jour mind, your memory clouded; does
your head fail you iu business, are you depressed iu spirits,
debilitated, worn out, and utterly "out of heart I" Here is
your renovator. Her is a stimulant more effective than
alcohol; permanent in its effects, and harmless iothesstem
j as filtered water. Think of these tiling.', you that ate sick
and suffering, and test our words by experiment.
The Cordial U put up, highly concentrated, in pint bid
ties. Price three dollars per bottletwo" for five dollars, six
for twelve dollars, C IL UIN'ff, Proprietor. (
152, Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United States, Canada,
the West Indies and by AY. V. fIRAY, Successor to Cart
right k Armstrong, comer ot Market aadvDroad lreets,
Nashville, Tennessee. octiiG lino d.trwAw.
A Wuriiiug.Delay not; harbor not In your mind
that sentence .f foots' philosophy, II At a-disease will get
well o'itself.or that you can cure it with certain medicines
by Impairing jonr appetite and digestion and destroying
you mentally as well as physically, when you can be cured
with a few does of pleasant medicines ?
Ye rakes of every age and coudidoi, why will ye suffer
and repine aud drag out u miserabfexisteuce, unfitted for
Ibe enjovaient and even orduiaiy piirsiiltsof life? You
who at e thus aouoyed and wish to b restored to health and
rigor by a treatment at o:i;e pleasant and e3ec'usl, should
consult Dr. Mourns. His success in chronic diseases ha
been greater than that of any other physician of hisda'vj
Many who have been for yeai-s afflicted with disease or con
sequences lesulling from excess have been restored to.
heallhand vigor under his really scientific treatment.
Should a personal interview be objectionable, state voor
disease iu writting enclose live dollars-addres.s Dr. W.
II. Morris, through tlie I'ost-OrtUe, Nashville, Teno and
a package of medicines, securely put up, will be sent pri
vately and with dispatch, full directions therewilh, and
110 questions asked!
Persons living at a dlstancerand alllicted wiih Scrofula,
Old Ulcere, Tetter, Cancers, Piles, Fistula in Auo, CTavtl,
Strictures, (Jlee ?, or any disease wliaterer of an aggrava
ted or malignant charter, can be cured at home by consul!
inr Mr M, 11 t-t j I.. Tut I,.- . .jf ,.;.4 ,.T,.' : 1:.... .1 1 1
1 ..' V ' . ' C
"me. pleasant anu sale, can be sent per mail to ay
part of the United Stale;
Particular attention given fo tlm treatment of female com
pliint.s. Ladies H ho usay be afflicted with Irregidarities,
Flour Albu or Whites, Proki psus Uteri or or Falling ol t ie
Womb, would do neil to lay asiito all false delicacy and
p omptly consult Ike Dr. Urnis WaB3v.vrrn!
Ollice over Mutual Prufeotiou Insurance Office, Cedarst,
I near 1W Office.
Room, No. 14, upstairs. uort.lf.
R. R. R. No Jfvsrr.Er ivrrsQncic Actio.v ix Srep
Wxg I've-axo Rmovixn its C.vr.s. If voitare suffering
pain, UADWAY'S READY RELIEF will instantly slop
lhcmost S3vere paroxysms. If Cramps, it instantly' allays
lrrilmiou, and imparls to every part of ihe system heat and
heallli; it produces au equal circulation of blood, and infuses
health and strength inlo the weak, disabled, lame, disease
eaten limb and joint. If Sick Ileidacheor Neuralgia, if Di
anhteaor Rheumatisms alllictjop, it will instantly stop the
pain, and bv taking it internarly will cleanse and sweeten
the Stomach, give streuctlt and vitality to the nerves, ren- j
dertheqisterseand stmng, Buillron-proof .against reiievfed I
altacks of pain Radway's Ready Relief is comisTsed ofac- i
i live and ro.iitive nronerties! nmhirit in. i..ui,. .1...
I . " . J f V ..n...-, uun-
j epus or jioionous, eniers ius composit.o-j. it will always
' relieve pain and cure its cause.
! N.B. The sick vv ill pleasa bear in mind tliat we rjrenare
arising from Rod Blood, Radway.'s RenoValinir I!esJveut
is a quiet, pleasant and Radical Cure.
It renovates the whole system, and makes the blood pure;
rich and healthy. Iljesolves away from the solids all dis
eased deposits. Itcnresold Sores, Salt Rheum Humors,
Scrofula, Syphillis, Cancers. UIccs, Tumors Rickets, Ac
Price of Resolvent, $1 per bottle,- ' t '
lLR.lt. No. 3 Radway's Regulators-itAure to all who.
use them a n pilar action of the bowels aud a healthy i
gestion. They c-re Cosliveuess, Liver Complaint, Ac
Price 2. cents. inovl lm
! 1ST At the Verandah Hotel, kept by .Mrs. En
j jioywivand hersou-in-Iaw Mr-. IUcucs, tbere is a gentle-
1 inanlroiu fccott County, Ky.,who,forw(V i,iMtht siuTer- I
I ed greatlyfrtim3c!iniiircdLseasei,ft!iestomachandbowel.s !
j which could not be removed by the most tijjrortl pi attii e, i
J lespected and continued as it was tor the Jhvtm't Mile, i
He had paid his Doctors Bill, without any calculation of
j making another, (linking It was of no use; and no one ex
pressed any hope ot Ins recovery errept a stranger, who '
j happened fo pass tliat way, and advised him toa different I
course of treatment, which has this recommendation, that
." firetwh, lime it has made him feel like cn; m 1
business. But why decs hi come out of tins swll nf ;!-
,;,.,., ... 0 " "
nes.aslrong advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union Fills?
Beciii.se, they are tie print ipol remaJi used in the treat
ment of his case; and to (heir ejicaerhc is nrinciuallv In.
debted HirhisrcioveiT. Should nut mich cases .iim;,!i
ed? Ifsome iwrsous are oooosed to their r.iil,lifnii,m
anybody tell us the reason why?
The gentleman above referred to is HuAs Srosr, abiolb- 1
erof JouxSionk, theclerk at the Vkramiui.
Nashville. Oct. ID tf.
11. A. Fahnstock's Vermifuge, Used at the last
moment with success.
Wasbixotox Cocxtt, Pa., Nov., 1S52.
A iioiffhbo.-of mine, had it child tharwas very sick; and
the physician attending it exerted all his skill for its relief,
but without avail. They sent to (,'auonaburg for Dr. L. who
came over to our place, and upon examination of the case,
approklofalllhe attending physician had done, but could
doiimhmg more for it. The child was given up. JJr. L.
then said tliat there could 1m uo risk in in in.. t1.,....i,..V'.
Vermifuge, and ihuiight ihey had better get some. They I
sent to tny store and proe-nvd some. Afler administering '
the first bottle, acciirdini' to the i.rintedilirxwinnii tl. '
passed a lew worms. They then gave it about half of j
another bottle, when it passi between TWO AND THREE f
..v.. ,i,i-., auu iiuuieuiaieiv aiirr commenced
unprovhig, and was conipletelr resluieiltoht-altlu
, SAMUEL BARNETT.
Slid wholesale and retail by all the principal druri.Ls
ami couutry merchants thiuiyiiout the United Stales"
no v I
Saint Loitisnnd Nashville Semi-Weekly Steam
ALCOXIA.............. C.vpr. .Txufsi Mn.tvR.
i SALLIEWEST Cter. J. V. Timooe,
I ri"UiL itlxnc -plcudid stea-iiess ivill com- . fp'Mt
I X uttiicc (Jit-ir regular trips on the' first UWggS'
1 rciu CunibcrUnd Hiver, and continue in2&;
. the trade during the .season, leaving Na-Jivillc anil Si. Isiuls
: every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P.M. For freight or pas.
sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply lo
iiovg u A. HAMII.TOX, Agent.
BILL rAPER. IJILL l'AVER,
mid narrow, by the i earn or single quire.
nov CHARLES W
For sale by
TNKS. ARNOLD'S COrYIN'C INK; RED i
X Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; (Juizot's Carmine; .Mavnard.
A Noyes's Black, inall s.7cd bottles; Pay son's Indelible Ink
by the dozen or single oottle. For safe by
novS CHARLES W. SMITH, College street. !
INCOLX HALL FOR SALE. A LARL'E
and commodious store honse, wilb a large hall above.
and fauiilr dwelling iu the basement and part of trie &ec-
story of tbe building, haul property is on Collrge
soon, at oti.ee Xo. 63 Cherry street.
: . . .i .a ru,..t .
Jt. W. BKOVi.v, UesI Estate Ajeat.
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The Great Cities of the "World.
I In their dorr and' in tfieir Draiitian rniUnn. Hu
. ; - 'J,
t cities of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. With a IitsUwy
of important ereuls. By John Frost, L. Ii 1.
Or, the Satanic Iaceuse, dedicated la Maine law l'roeess..
By Rev. Joel WaVetnan. ' -'-
l'assages from the History of a Wasted Idfe.' '"'''
By a middle-aged man. -TTucIe
Or, The Reigning King. ' -
lhilo-,ophy of Jlyslcrious A;ents.
Uumau and Muudauc; or tlie Dynamic laws and Rela
tion of JIau. K. C. Rogers.
I'rof. Silliinnn's Visit to Europe.
"This work embodies much new and curious inform
at ion on matters oi Science and Art, and personal sketches
01 emiueuc savins anu men wt scieuce. as uie nisiureu
Tbeabove.with a variety of other-New Books are
j for jjip by TOON A RUTLAND
44 Union street
Life of Capt Wm. B. Allen, by Dr. W. B. Rnwles and X4
0. P.Nicholsos; John Randolph, of Roanoke, and other'
sketchesof character, including William Wirt,
Russell's Life of C.J. For.
Living Authors of America.
Rudiments of the Arts of Building.
History and Rudiments of Achitecture.
Jane Seatou; Or, tlia King's Adrocate. By James Grant.
For sale by uorl JOHN YORK i. CO.
HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEJIDER.
Just received by JOHX YORK A CO. '
MEDICAL UOOKS. '
WOODS' PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. Nw EJition.
EASTMAN'S " - u
CYCLOPfEOIA OF PRACTICAL ME?ICIXE. By'
Forbes, Twecdle, Dunglingson, Ac 4 vols, imperiil
Svo.; raised bauds and double titles.
DEWEES" SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERY. 1 vol.S ra,
DErt'EES OX CHILDREN. Ivol3vo.
DEWEI-S OX FE1IAIJCS. 1 vol Svo, with plates.
DE LA UF.CHH'S (SEOLOOICAL OBSERVER. Baan-.
tiful cuts. 1 vol 8vo. I'.xtra Cloth.
DICKSON'rf ESSAYS ON LIFE. SLEEP, PAIN, it,
1 vol royal lSmo, extra cloth. '
DUXULISOX'SPUYSIOLOOY. 2 vol 7vo; 7th edition,-
enlarged, with nearly SOU cuts.
DUXOLISOX'S MEDICAL DICTIONARY'. 1 vol royal
Firo; raised bands; t'tli c litioti, much improved.
DUXOLISOX'S XEW REMEDIED. 1 vol svo; 7th edi?
DUXtlUSOX'S PRACTICE OF MEDICIXE. 2 vols
Sto; Sd edition.
DUXOLISOX'S MATERIA MEDICA AXD TI1ERA-
PEUriCS. 2 vols Svo; 4th edition, with cuts.
DHXOLISO.V OX HUMAN HEALTH. 1 vol brojbounj.
DKUITTV3 MODERXSUROERY. New edition, much
improved and enlarged. 200 cuts.
BARTLETT OX THE FEVERS OF THE U. 3. Sd edi-
HARRISON'S DENTAL DICTIONARY.
WIIjSOX'S ANATOMY". ,
MEK5S' SYSTEM OF OBSTETRICS.
WILSOXV? DISSECTOR. ' '
WOODS' UNITED STATES DISPEX3AT0RS.
The above, with a large, collectiouof ibe Text, Miscella
neous and Standard Medical Books in Store and for sale at
low prices by
oct 27 tL F. IIACAX.
F. Hagan is now receiving au unusually large assortment
of Letter and Cap Paper, Those wishing to buy good aud
cheap paper would do well to givj him a call.
oct2: F. HAOAN. Market sL
CASS SALE OF3EOCERIE3
BY DAVIS & SYVAXX.
fS TUESDAY', NOVEMBER STH, -ZX, we wilLwlIln
V Inint ol ourAuclion Itooms. lnrLash.
2S hogsheads Sugar;
SS bags Rio Cotree;
IS - Crushed do ;
93 bbis LoafSngar;
.r. boxes refined Inaf do,
10 c.tsk.s S01U1;
3S Unes Star Candles;
SO " ThIIow do;
2-i bbis Old Mong Wbiskv;t
10 " Robs'n county .do;
'J old Bye ' do, 1
'' K pips SigneU Brandy.
01 bbis American Branuv;
1 leasts SM Wine;
l;cd-ks Indon Porter;
1 i casks Port Wine;
20.1XK) Regalia Cigars;
2." boxes Melee do;
100 bundles Wrap Paper;
. bbl Mason 'a Blacking
!V boxes Fancy Soaiis;
4u boxes Tobacco;
10 barrels Coppeias,
100 b irreis Flour,
'.'0 boxes W. R. Chees?.
20 boxes Eng. Dairy do;
liHJ " Shaving do:
Together with Penoer. Spice. Soda. Indien. Madder, and
various other articles tisitallr kept in our hue.
DAVIS A SWANN,
nnv.J No. 7S, Public Spiare.
FitKNClT llOSOjT sTliRTSJr.ST ItK
ceived, an assortment of French Bosom Shirts, latest
styles, fr sale bv nov'. MYERS A McCILL.
Oil, lRlSI-:i JirCK NIIIRT.S ANU DR.VW;
EftS Received this day. a lot of superior heavy OiL' I
Dressed Buck Shirts and Drawers. For sale by '
MYERS A McGILL.
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. M College I
ALUAltLE UFILDING LOTS FOR SALE
AT AUCTION. 1 will self on Saturday, tlie l'Jth of
.uveiuuer, 111 uoisoui previously,; ten ueaiuuui building I
t lots in Edgefield, fronting on Spring and Wet more streets.
J Eight of these lots front So feet each, I wo of them front ser-
eutv-niue fret, all of which run back 20O feet toa 12 foot al-
Persons desirous i.t purchasing lots for permanent resi- ;
drnces would do well by calling 011 me soon.
R.A. BALLOWrlOealAcent. I
! nov.'i No. 17Deadericfc street.
rpVVO .VEKKOEs FOR JURE-FOR THK
I JL btttmce of the vear. Enquire at ibis office immediate-!
77011 SALE AT AUCTION-I WILL OFFER
A? at auction ti -day, at the Court House, a likely ue- t
gruvuri, iyrarsoi age.
uov R. A. BALLOWE.Geu'1 Agent.
MARSHAL'S SALE. j
BY VIRTUE OF FOUR WRITS eX fieri faeUf tome
directed, from the Circuit Court ot tlie United States I
f.irthe Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg- 1
merits, rendered iu said Court at its September Term, ltWa, i
. i?.!,".J?DTe. f Oartwng it and Leroy
ivnusiiuinr, uuuguieiii uiu tptemoer, i.; same, t.
same. Judgment 1 5th September, ISol; W. M'Callv- A Son.
I fff.same, JuJgment 15th September, 18.VJ, and John M.
Oly, r.t. same, Judgment 1Mb Sep'ember, 1S.VJ.
t I will sell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court
I House door, iu the City of Nadiville, on MONDAY, the
I 12th day of December. IS.!."., all the right, title, claim, and
I interest, of the said Defendant, Lenw Armstrong, In and
1 to the following Lots, iu the Cily of Xa-hville. to nit:
( LOT, Xo. M. as designated in Uie plan of the College or
Academy property, fronting 50 fiet ou Cherry treet "and
running buck the usual depth of Lots in that part of the
CUV, ana is adjoining (he residence ot V m. Slockell.
ALSO, part of fait. No. 87, fronting 5n feet on Summer
street, as extended, bounded as follows: beginning at the
Xorth-west corner of B. F. Mosely's Lot on the east side or
Summer street; thence along the east side of said sheet
50 feet; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with
Summer street 10 feet to Newnam's line; I hence running
back with said line about I Gil feet loan Allev; thence nonth
wardly with said Alley CO feet to Mosely's" corner, thence
witli the line of Mosely's Lot, about 170 feet, to the beriu
ning corner. "
The undivided interest of Mark L. Carlwright, in tlm
above described Lots, was conveyed to Leroy Arnmann.' by
two Deeds, bearing date the 21st June. 1S5S. and are i?f rr-
eord m the Register's office fir Davidson county, in Book,
No 17. pajes 2;i. and 2t'6.
Hth of said Lots have been levied upon as the prorwrty ol
Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs:
- s... ui wwuiw, iw
I B. CLEMENTS
"Marshall, U.S. Middle Division, Teunessee.
By fusDepuly, B. N. CLEMENTS.
BY" virtue of a writ oTVendici ni Exponas to me di
rected from the Circuit Court ofthe United States
I for the Middle District of Tennessee, which is fouuded oo
a Judgment rendered in said Cuitrt on the 2sth day of
March, 1958, wherein Joseph IL Shepherd was PlaiutitT
and Hetty Lanier and Felix R. Lanier were Defendants
I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at tbe Court bouse
door in ihe citv of Xashville on Mnndav the 7lh dav of
November next, all the right, title, claim and interest of !
the defendants in und to a certain house and lot, lyiog and '
ku'n, I :. ' 1. 1 1 l II . . . , :. I . '' . L
m me unv ot lasuruie, uu .ttiirge sum, i. ueui uie .
same uous and lot now occupied Dy t au a uunningtiam .
as a Hardware SUire, which has been levied upon and wilt
oe sold as the properlr ot uie drleiidauis to satisfy said
writ. J. a CLEMEXTS.
Sci.tSO tw Lis Marshal Mi.L DUt.Tnn.
T70RSA7LE.-1 HAVE 10 ACRES OF LANIJ
X six mileslrom Nashville, and about one mile from ihe
lbanou Pike, one-half cleared and ttie balance well tint
berecL This tand lies fws well as any in Ihe county form
market garden, all writ enclosed with a good fence. Or it
wilt be exchanged for city propcrt v. Apply tu
R. A BALLO WE. Genera! Agent, j
nov I No.17 Denderick utieeL "
OTARC1L- 50 boxes Fox's Pearl Starch. Forsale by
W. II. OORDOX A CO.
PIES tor ths -Million, iX
R. A J. NIXON'S.
W. T. J!ERUY'A vbi Iufve recently received
Tiirei irjTPR t.mo OP iMl.i:!ts TtIK fIFti
, . . ... . , ... ,..(.(. ,T
jsy miiiara niernng, auium .vh.js ui un a..s
. 1 y , . .
1 Mpam. ' if ; .'
J uumiiuj nuaiiuwv f Tl J r ill
2. SliinaT-iT ilitd,iysi'J-ri.ncC . ' H
S. furraV's Hand-Brok fi rhe ftiiwnr.
4: "itnrriy'A'Hand..Vfor JSaulhelu-0nunVJ Ji : .
fl. irumir's Hand-Iidot fr Xortbwn Kurope.
d.-.Miirrjv's Hand UooU for tMyjunXiDd thd ihin .
7.'Murra.Ti Hand-Bobktf Xeinteu. ,
?. IlaniT-Iteok or SroQUhand FirBeh'Schools of, Pjiuit
ing. . ....
9. Sir JiMia ltarrinoo Sk4ebA. . ,
10. Tlie Canipaigu of WalettoshwJonHfli,
11. - OiKrYearof WVJNwfc ! Mi l.'rti.
li.The Bride of Omberg-bjr jflov.t'acieu. t
IS, Moore' Lite of Shtrnian. ix.
14. Hildrelh'slIiitvryoC tie WuilfdUI, r.
15. The Cyclopaedia nf l'olrlUul (Kiwtady.r.
LUE OF MAKES BE HEDICIS,
K JT.S.S ARliu.
W. T. HERRY Act't)., huvojust received.
THK-LIFE OK-MARI K DH.MKlllsV m4Vnw,
consort oT Henry IV, and RegM of the Kirgdtm und4r
Louis XIII. By Mis lSrdeef Sece elT..n, in v,th.
W. T. II. Jc CO. have also just received Xtw
English Editions of the foliaWtRg WWke:
1. Webster's Encjclopcedia f Ueckesifc Koeomr.
2. Brande's Dictionary of eieuce. Literature and Art
8. "Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Mauniciuns BBJ Jhne
4. THE SPEECHES Of Chtrie Jmrnes Fox, Chatham,
Sheridan, Erskiceaml Burke. With BrnvdHcaf Memoiis,
Introduction and ExplanaHwy Note roK rtrraf 3 nx
5. CI-VRKES COXCORDAXCE Nbxv Eptnon-Com
plete Concordance at Shakesf care. a vwlal Index to
all the passages in the Dranade Works f the Pref. New
and entirely revi-ed edition. By Mrs. Mary Clark. 1 val.
C. Tlie letters and WtwW of IJy Mary W. rilery Moo
tagu. 3vol. calf.
7. POMPEIANA The Tepoj-rajAy, Edtfce, and Orna
ments or Pompeii. ByStr WtHMtulJelt.
S. THE A RABUN NIOHTS Wrth 600 wood cuts.
9. DON QUfNOTf-IHo-stratedby Twuoiv Tvhannot
10. BLACK'S ATLAS OF THK WORLD, nev. eJitnj"
I.ADIF-S' FANCY DRIXs Fl'RS, Mt'FI-N,
VICTORINES, M Ml Fs.
iJL.VDIFS niU beai tu rn:ud Hut tlie largest
asortu.oat uf Ladies aud Mis H'RS ,,r
inoneStcre, ureuow rejjt furtxhiuuion at the
FUR EMPORIUM of IK t lt V A UU'itA
No. 2a Public Siiuare.
They Iwve taken great pains hi soletiufr their FCRS lyr
the FALL TRADE, and Ladieaway rely upou getting ootli,
. . JISW." A blW US V. f SfL nO -.'.'.'
and Copes; tun Inch e invite ilworlieM ul.ruliou ot
I-ada-t. FKAXCiSCO i WHITMAN,
Hat, Cap, and Fur ture, N. -.j , (j,. Sqiuirr-
AO.VLV -YC WOULD INVITE OI R CITI
ZEXfl aud STRANGERS. VLilTISU and pas-va
through the Cily. to call aud examine the mtgnincienf rt
sopetb MOLRSKIN HAT. maoBfactared b I'R VXClStO
AAVIHTMiVN. So 2S. I-Mblie- Sjivare
Every sttleuf HEAD ORNAMENTS, rvTi be hadalths.r
FHANCISCO A WIHTMkX.
Qg'Sj- No. 2? PnW-c Sqwsre.
1!) A RENTS AND CUARDIANS Are invited i
L call and fwumic tfe kmuiWul a-s.-tuieat of chu
dreu's and infant's Hal aud Vnpi irf tlw ktest and inoM
approved styles, uhxh at fc-r iait si iIk- splendid hat cy
tablisbment uf FRANi'ISCUA WHITMAN
octt Xu.2 i. Public Square.
TIIE -HKTROPOLITAN II AT. Hive perstui
who ih a neatahd coHitirtahW Uis-ne-- list, w,w i
do well to Call und exataiuo those br.tuti'ul new sf hn that
we lave just receiveX FK.VNX toCO A WHITMAN
oet2 jaL Piibu.. Smi
' -. iiiu.ria.i v. UI,.UL 1IAVUU
I this d.iymircbased an interest m tiu- Hooe nf BEN.
M. XOHL A CO , wouM nwM respcrfolry .v.lv.t htafneuJs
and acqtUintanee to gire hhn a call
Neville, Oct. StS'M TIltWASC. BURGF
y "te.1 wuh us iu the (itstevrr tttMriesn. THOMA.-i. t
llUI'.llK.mir biiiH-sg wrtt be i-ntxlnrto.1 art heretofers Uj
derthestvle.vf BRX. M. NUKI. A fJ.
"Cti miX. M NOH.ACU
exx. 11. xoet, tuos. . M-aear . truK
RE.V. 31. ROKL & CO.,
(Irocer nmt Commission, Reeeinny and
1W' BSMIMM rt
roreijn anil O o m e i t i c Liquors,
WINES AND LIQroJ,.lR"EEHl.V;
dred bbis I wind's Kfrttfed Wbiskv,
lfto do Pafe's do Jt,; '
Vt do l!iWrtseneomitYD D Whi-Ar
40 do OM .tonoMaheli d..
2.. bbis old Urttrb'n WbiVy ,V ba kets CI-an.tu,iw
w iiuinuui ii auuj, s THM-S IltMiaihl 1, it,
do NERuui; 40 Loxes assorted C-rduds-
25 do Gin; jt, bbis Old Port Wmr
4.1 ao S M Wise; bttts pure Peach Brandy
do Walker Wier lo bfcl A Mile Bromlv,
.Ale; m b-xesUek Wioe, '
2 Italf-pqies Madeira and 2U Loirs i.s(HieJ Branjies'
Sherry Wmes; 2ii btxrs Claret Wuse.
S pipes Old L'r.indr;
In store and for sal, by oct21 BKX M. NOEL A CO
ri-OBACCO AXD CI;ARS.-l't)RTi
jl uus jones Toooeen;
SO boxes Peter M lici's No 1 TiAcc.i;
2." boxes IVier M Una's V.M loaf Ti baeco
20 boxes Allison Tobacco; l ", bnw Phir.nx T..bsrr;i.
2.'5 boxes Fennell's ili; 1.1 boxes Sam Wool's do
10 boxes YoiingAtJurrilfs " .s bostu.SK Wt.iit'- J,"
20 boxes Missouri do,
10 boxes B Daily's Oak
bt Reed A xs, dj;
M boxes Kentiwk. di.,
to oozes Knaers ai;
5o boxes Terry's Mefee Ci
gars; SO boxes Cuba Sir Cigar
50,000 Jgatia C'fors; beU lraB, m rtore asd f ir sjl'ii
by . tfSX. it. NOEL A CO.
SUNDRIESONE II (f N jVlt MA ND I'IFT"
bags prime lllo OMKv; -
2oo bbUSt Iois MN Plow. rtHonr
10fi . hhdfirtocJweS.ira.; So M. Si Mills'
200 bbl Eelmiletl Motass; 3 nrs Mathter
100 bbis SugarJionse rt.i fNwi,,;.
10 hi bbU Sugar-bouse An 10.1 KM Vwerar
:) bbU No I Kanawa S.l 9-, ht.1. I,r.. '.
... T I , .
li0 kegs X'aibi, assorted;
100 Deinijoiias assorteil;
t, t v..;.:. ... . ' rr "
1 tWt Pmrdered Scfsr;
AH btiM (Xb.11 aru
. nerccs nice;
A cercons best Indign;
10 bags Race Ginger;
10 bags Pepper;
Iu store ana for sale br
MBN. M. XOEI. A AO.
T3LACIC AXD FANCY COLORED
XJ MUUKS.vve lave
til-A dnv rwirAl -innthA. it.,..
ply of elegant Scarf Stocks-plain, Mack ud faoer colors
lor!eby MYERS A MciilLL.
AI NATI.V SCARFS. -TIIIM fA
received, an elegant assoHoKTtot S,lk ihhJ sii,ti:i Scarfs,
or various colors. cct9
Jit KIRS A il.-ull.l.
KID, RircK AND S1I.K OLOt,irs-r
received a choice U of thrm fMwM. p,T Mta
, , . MYKftKi McCILL
ladies and Gentlemen 1 iwnihy Store, Xo. t'olhve
RICHARD 0. CURBS X",
Xi. mm rti, X f Me.
T..TA VINO purchased Ihe entire inU in the' firm tf
JL.X. Currey A Martm, will coniuiu the DRUO Htrlt
NESS in this city, and bojw district attratiou to hu.mei,
and the purity and wfliis s.ik J ea-nrvhtai
a liberal share of poblic palrfMi.
; lie expecis in a lew cl.ns k ncc-.w htn
I'ALL SI' t'l LI BR
I of CHOICE CHEMICALS, FKESH iJRUfirf sn j prntr
t ornipiviv il i. .... . v.iti
... iif,xum nr uik wusu variety of i'
; Oil. Iariuie. (!lKiru, m1 fancy arlichM tir tlie -i..'
j tft and nty rtutil Irade. )f '
i THE BEST OlTBOdli AN D SH0K ARLWAY3 THE
CHARLES HATERS, corner of Market nJ -f.
Union streets, would Mr to Iu nnMmers und iMj; S
the public that be still coarinbesto naHmfecture a!l I 3
kinis of Boots and Shoes at Hi- rinrtest notice and of lood
materials. He hasanw on m l a km stw ,s A
named articles, both bevvy aiKilichc, of Hie hut fashion
of ''i lnvn make, which he offers for sale at as low orieI
fl tllA C-ma "...l.t 1... . t- . 1 ....I
. . pinm in uie cirr A.:; ijj
i logiveiuni a can anu oeamr meed ttwt ,t is to tn
m.ercu ot ue ouyer to enet-unq fttne MxtttMrr. He idso
uiukeslo order and keeps oa hand a susshw article w La
dies Shoes, suitable r fall aad wtoter nir.
P. S. Re airing dou at Km shotteet autce and on rea
aouable terms, w- a oci4 -
NE1V ARRIVAL OF GENTS' YYATEJ
PROOF BOOTS AND BROOANS
At Xo. 42 ColUqt Street.
TEXTS' Superior Calf StrteSed UWl'rool Uuot
EXTRA SIZED DOUBLE SOLED XEORO BOOT
ociz Giy , . . y
jv.suur.iw-s, stMir anu rok Jt VI.TIN, inset'
FI1QII. JEXXETT, and t'ONY, u YIt'TORIXESar.J
CUFFS. SWAXSDOWX and FRMIN'E wtv. ffy.