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JOHN I. il-UlUM! At' EDITORS AK!' I'ROPP.IETOK. CO. TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. w, ,4 MARYLAND. Thirty-six hundred uisgorily for the democratic ; candidate for Governor ! Wilt our whig neighbors, who have for so many weeks furnished us with tie- j counts of demoeratic dweusion?, have the kindness i ta t?il UJ their candid opinion qi the etfect of these , derao.vuicdis?ensiouir The old whig State of ; 31"arykiid rolling up a democratic majority or.lGvO, tt the very tirae when, according to the.se whig pa pers, the democratic party is hopelessly divided! llurfgry whigs may 'well exclaim to iheir parly or gaus, "Is tU the entertainment to which we were invited." THK 1IAXK, Gen. Fakquijarsos yesterday introduced in the Senate the following resolutions, which were laid OTer under theme: . M "vVhlreaf Ii appears from the'i eport or the Pres ident of the bank ofTemiHe, made tothepresent a.nrKl AsvemblV. UiallrtOlieius ill .-aiu ir,.n, iu wit- Hills aud Notes iu sun, aim -iroieiea BdU," amount in the enormous sum ot eight hun dred' And ihirty-s-jven thousand, five hundred and eeventv-e-'ght dollars ana ninety-nine cents, wiiiisi the '-Expense Account," the '"Suspense Account," the "Prote-t Ac-count" and the Ileal Kstate owned by the Hank amount to nearly two hundred and fif ty thousand dollars more. And, Whkkka, It is not. iu toe power of the Legislature to aseeitain the true condition ot the Bank without more informa tion as to the real vilue of the items above speci fied representing, as they do, more than one mil lion of dolUrs, r over oue-third of the entire capital of the Bank, when iu the end the same items itmr proe to hi- ooniparatively worthies?. There fore, be it rtoh'ni bit the General Assembly of the Stale of Tn.nestee, 'that the Committee on Banks be instructed to enquire and report 1st. The pie-eiit value, as near a" nvy be, of the "Bills and Note iu suit" at the principal Bank and branches. Also, the present value or the "Protested Bids," Has jfying them, good, doubtful or bad, as the ca-' imtv be. and what amount of either origi nated from the l-t .fanuary, 1343, to the present tune. . . IM. What "Ileal '-"state" his been received m payment of debts diie said Bank and branches re le:fively, wIihii teeeived, Irom whom, why re ceived, value at which taken, present value, the jetits and profit, if any, anil the amount of expeu iliture.s in the way of improvement and otherwise, H any. 3d. The amount pi J fr the purchase of lots and the electron of building for the use of said Bank iud branehe., and the present value of the same. -Uli. Inquire into an 1 report upon each item of the ':Epeii-e Account" at the principal Bank and branches, also, the item i-ompo.-ing the ".Suspense .-v.'sount, and '-Protest Account." .'.th. What delalaiiion-i by otlicers, agents or ser-v-tH-s of the liatik. If any, by whom, at what time. Has the whole or any part been paid. Has it been secured. If the whole or any part is paid. How and in what. (hit. All other matters relating to the Bank, which the Coimuitee may deem of sullicieut importance to be inquired into. Jiewhl. That the Committee have jmwer to ud for persons and papeis, to uJniiuister oaths to all person brought before them, to issue commis sions to others to" take depositions when necessary, to requite such aid an.-l a-sistance from the Presi dents, Directors, Cashiers, Clerk, or other officers of said Bank of Tennessee and branches, as shall enable them to ascertain and report upon the mat ters required, at the earliest day. Tin: Turkish Drclaratiok or War. We give the- conclusion of the Sultan's war declaration, which is pronounced by the London Times to be one of the ablest documeutsof the century: '.Nii.M t':e Ciblnetat St. Petersburgh iias not been content with the assurance.- and pledges that have been olfei i-1, since the benevolent efforts of Ihehipji Powers have remained fruitless; since, iu tine, the Sublime Porte cannot tolerate or snlferany longer tie actual -tite of thing--, or the prolonga t o.i of lie occupation ot tin- Moldo-Wallachian l'riucipalitie-'. tliey being integral portions of its Empire, the ((.toman Cabinet, with the firm and praise-worthy intention of defending the sacred nghtsof sovereignty and the independence of its irovernment, will employ just reprisals against a vi olation of the treaties, which it considers, as a cams belli. It notifies, then, ollirially, tliat the government of His Majesty, the Sultan, finds itsell obliged to de flare war, that ithns given the mostprecie irstnic t.ons inilriiftiom le.i jlu-i coteijuriipien) to his Ex cellency, Omar Pacha, to demand from Prince Gor rhakoll'the evacuation of the Principalities, and to commence hostilities if, after a delay of fifteen day from the arrival of his dispatch at the Russian head H'Mrler an answer iu the negative should he re turned. It i- distinctly understood that should the reply of Piince fiorchakolTbeuegalive, the l!u-sian agents are wquit the Ottoman States, and that the com mercial lelaiioiis of the respective subjects of the two Governments hall be broken ofll At the Maine time, the Sublime Porte will not consider it just to lay an embargo upon Russian merchant vessels, as has been tlie practice. Conse quently they will be warned either to the Black Sea or to the Mediterranean Sea as they haU flunk fit, within a term that sh'ill hereafter be fixed. Moreover, the Ottoman Government being unwil ling to place hindrance in the way of commercial intercourse between the subjects of friendly powers, will, during the war, leave tne Straits opeu to their nercantile marine." This document, taken in connection with the fact j that when it was teceived by the Czar he declared ; that the Porte should have the war it courted, and '; thfctit should be a war of extermination, shows con- ; lusively that hostilities are undoubtedly approach- ing. j Paskiewich, the new Russian Coininander-in- ! Chief, had demanded to have 40.000 of the picked ! troop now in Poland, placed under his special or- tiers in the Principalities. The Turkish army represented as formidable in : cumbers ami .iiipmnt. and e.icjer to meet the , Kussians. It i- stated that Austria and Prussia , will endeavor to rem iin neutral. It is extremclv doubtful, however, whether they can. A thotisind ' rumors are atlo.lt on the wings of the wind, and It ; is only certain that a tremendous crisis U rapidly end inevitably npproaehiug in European affair-. " i "WoXtiEKFt'L Pl'.OOaK-S', Ot 111K lu.l.NOIS CEVTltAl. Rui.KOtn ' This the imposing caption to an ar- j ti.-b in the (VkWi'o IMilt Democrat. To how that ' this caption is by no means deceptive, we give place I to what follow : . "It is but htlleover one year since this great j work, near 700 miles in length, the longest in the ' United States, was undertaken. The execiitivecom- j itiiltee are now in this State, examining the line, and they pol uji their books as follows: , Thiee-quaiters of the whole woik is graded. j 'They have more iron on hand than will be ne- i cesary to compl-ie the whole roail. j The entiiv ainouut of money necessary for the j completion of the road has been provided for. 'One-third of the whole road will be iu running order and operation by January 1st next. 'Theboatdo! director hope (and if the cholera or -onie other untorseen calamity does not befal our State they will be succefulj to be able to hsve the whole road in operation by Jauuary 1st, l'lih, when eotupleteil, will he the Crealest rail- ! road achievement of the a"e. If such men ashave .. .1, rhatge or the Illinois Central railroad shall get hold 1 of the great I'm ilio-road. men as old as Oil. Benton ! may live to see it coniph-ted. ' The jmhlie .tre already looking to the.-e men to I lead ofi m that great enterprise: but we think the glory they have achieved in Illinois will satisfy their i ambition." Sovr.BOi'V Uniekuatki. Many whig papers in this State speak in disparaging terms of the inntgu- j ral address of Gov. Johnson. By attempting to j prove Andrew Johnson a weal; man, they detract ! from the abilities of Gustavus A. Henry; or reflect very severely on the sense of the people wlto pre- ; l'erred the former tothe latter for Governor. The j character of tlie address as a literary production, and tlie .severity ol'thestrictures which luivebeen passed upon it, may possibly be attributed to the fact that ! ome men have more sense than learning, while in others learning predominates. The exceeding bit- 1 terness, with which he is assailed in some places can not injure hint. The poisoned arrow?, aimed at his renutation, but failing to reach so high a mark, will retarn to wound his enemies. He is a man of the Tjeonle. The people elected him to the office lie r t ,, tt: 1 .1 . - 1 . 1. . 1. j now (V filk He has never deserted th people, and j will not desert him. Murreesbora' Xews. J!ejm tc-l :imh'e Lmiii-vilfc Cimrier. I'OMCK COUKT. f ' llt'lU-DAV, NOV. Kxtiiiuialion or Kathen- IV Vnl mid Uobt. J Waid. Jr., lor llie Jliitileref Win. II. O. Itullrr, Teac'jer i" the llijtl' Selnrtt tiiinmitial if tlie-Aix-a-e 1 fo Answer to ' ihe Jurpe iu tlie"ireuit Ci.mi. The Court lhm-e and the Police Court Room were densely thronged this niotuingj evidently at tracted thither to Lear the examination of Mathevv F. Ward, foi the murder of Win, if- G. Butler. SfMew F. Ward, and Iiot.L J. 'nrd,Jr., were arraigned, charged with the uiunler of Will.au II. G. Buller. A gieat many witnesses were sum moned to testify in tlie case, inchidiug the school boys. John A. Campbell, a pupil in the school, wa fitt introduced as a witness. He testified that M. t. WardaWOinpaitied by hii two brothers, ICoerl and William, about 10 o'clock enternl the school room of Mr. Butler; and Will-am a..I the young- i Vor oA'a Tnr !r lint. ler. fi.ie of the ?holats mlormeil Mr, iJtitier unit " . i ... . i.:. if.. .i. KOllie Olie Ue.-Jreii lU.-renuu. iir ncmuiwiuc i-ooin. and Mat V. Ward accosted him by saying he iiad something to say, and adced which he thought the worst, the meau little puppy that asked his brother for chestnuts, and then told on him, or bis brother who gave him the nuts;? Mr. IJutler made oine reply, the witness did not exactly know what Ward then, in an impatient manner, said he would ask Mr. Butler another question; and asked why he called his brother a liar? and then said Mr. But ler was a d d liar, and immediately struck htm. The witness then turned his back and picked up the tongs, anticipating a fuss, when he heard there port of a pistol; saw Mr. Butler fall, but saw nothing more of Mat. Ward. His brother, Robt. Wand, was there, however, armed with a large ditk; flourishing it about Mr. Butler was shot in the left bi east, near the heait, with a small single barreled pistol. 3Ir. B. was a man of ordinary .strength, probably stouter than Ward, and in better health. He assisted iu taking Mr. Butler away from the school room. Drs. Thompson and Flint, who. examined the wound of Mr. Butler, were interrogated. Dr. Thompson said that he examined the deceased first and stated that the death of Mr. B. was caused by a pistol shot, the ball having passed through the left ureas', penetrating tlie cavity, and severing the lungs. The Doctor lurther testified that Mr. Butler informed him that Mat. F. Ward cursed, and theu struck hint, and they clinched, when he received the shot, the muzzle or the pistol sticking to his coat Tlie wound caused his death, Dr. Flint examined the wound, after others had attended him, aud thought at first the wound was superficial, but subsequently was convinced that the ball penetrated the cavity and caused his death. Dr. W. B. Caldwell, who probed the wound of Mr. Butler, testified to about the same as Dr. Flint, thinking on a first examination that the ball glanced round the side, anddid'ntsed the patient after- j wards. He supposed that Mr. llutler's ami was 1 elevated wheti the shot was hreu. Joseph Benedict, a small lad, testified that M. F. AVard aud his two brothers, about 10 o'clock, en tered the school room, anil Mat Ward asked for Mr. Butler, who came in from another apartment. 3Ir. Ward theu asked him, which is the most to blame, the contemptible pup who begged his brother lor chestnuts, or his brother, &c. He then heard other words pass, next tiie report of a pistol, aud saw Mr. Butierfall, and Robt Ward with a knife drawn. Minor Pope testified that the Wards entered the school room as detailed by other witnesses, that Mat Ward called for Mr. Butler, who came to him, when Mat Ward said he had a matter to settle with him, aud asked the same questions as above, when Mr. Butler requested him to step into another room with him. but -Mat Watd said no, that was the place. Some further words passed, and Mr. Butler was ready to explain, but just then ard raised his liand, and Mr. Butler stepped towards him, when Ward drew a single barrelled pistol, placed it against Mr. Butler's breast, and fired. Mr. Butler fell to the lloor, and Ward left the house. Edward Quigley, another boy, testified that the Wards entered the &chool room, and Mat Ward en quired for Mr. Butler. He came out, some words passed between them, he saw Mr. Butler put his hand on the collar of Mat Ward, when the shot was tired, Mr. Butler fell, and exclaimed, "I am killed, oh, tny joor wife and child." Professor Sturgus, one of tlie teachers, testified that lie was in the re citation room, saw the boys congregating at the glass door of tlie room, which looked into theschool room. He called the boys back, and just then he heard a pistol fire, aud stepping into the loom, saw Mr. Butler stagger, and fall, and saw some oue sup posed to be Robert Ward, nourishing a large knife. He turned to Mr. Butler, who fell on a settee, and he was fearful he would die before a physician could be called, and his neaiest way was through a win dow which stood open, and went out for Dr. Cas pari. He further stated that MrButler had whipped William Ward, a small lad, one of his pupils, the morning previous. Henry C. Johnston, a pupil in the class, testified in legard to the whipping of William Ward, the morning previous. He stated that one of the boys had been caught eating chestnuts contrary to the rules of the school, and Mr. Butler called him up and whipped him. It was then ascertained that Wi.ll- I iam Ward had been guilty of the same offence, aud ha 1 also given the witness chesnuts, .alter borrowing j his pen-knife. AVIlham denied the charges, but ! tliey were proven against him, and he was whipped I with a leather strap, seven or eight blows being given on his baek, over his clothes. The boy then went out in a .sullen mood, shaking his head. Mr. Gilmore, gunsmith, of tlie firm of Dixon & Gilmore, testified that Mat. F. Ward, came to the shop Wednesday morning, about ! o'clock, and got from him a pair of single-barreled, self-cocktng pis tols, which were first loaded by witness, and then lianded to Ward. Dr. Yandall was next called in, and testified as to the nature of the wound, and the case was submit ted to the court without any rebutting testimony. The Judge ordered that the parties, Mat F. Ward and Robert .T. Ward, Jr., be remanded to jail to await their trial in the Circuit Court, on the charge of murder in the first decree. IgT" The Philadelphia Inquirer, speaking of Cu ban affairs, infers: 1. That advices of a reliable character have been received at Washington, probably from London, Paris, Madrid and Cuba, which authorize the belief that some understanding has been entered into by the parties named, with the object of gradually ex tinguishing the institution of slavery in tlie inland of Cuba. 2. That Mr. Buchanan, Minister to London that Mr. Soule, the Minister to Madrid and that Mr. Mason, the Minister to Paris have been in structed to protest in a most earne.-t manner against, any uch arrangement, as calculated to interfere di rectly or indirectly with the interests and institu tions of the I'nited States. 3. That the matter will be alluded to in detail, in the Annual Message of President Pierce to the Congress which is about to assemble, and he will transfer to that body the duty of pursuing the prop er course under the circumstances. 4. The President will re-affirm the Monroe" Doc trine in all its leading features, will endeavor to ap ply that doctrine in this case, and will recapitulate some of the facts and argument that were so lu minously set forth by Mr. Everett, in his masterly replv to the proposition concerning a Tripartite Treaty. It will thus be seen, should the information from Washington be correct, that the Cuba Question is about to he revived in a new form, and under cir cumstances of a very exciting character. A apt roit the Ahoi.itionists to Crack. A day or two since, Mr. S. J. Garth, of Henry coun ty, Kentucky, and Dr. Brown, of Owen countv, started up the river on one of the mail boats, on their way to Canada, where they have gone to re claim their slaves, who run away some time aso.' The former lost one, and the la;ter two of his " .,'' ,.he noint. of jdarvation in i;,m,.r i'.. ' . r i'i"- ada. Thet' want, to return home, but have not the power or means, and after repeated entreaties their masters have humanely consented to bring them back to their old home?, where slavery exists only in name. Their freak of liberity has ful ly convinced the poor fellow tliat it is the worst of slaverv in another form. Lotiisrille Courier. 05" Rev. A. M. Cowan, Agent of the Kentucky Suite Colonization Society, left here v&sferday by steamboat for Wheeling and Baltimore with .sixty three emigrants from Kentucky for Liberia. He will take rout- more at Covington and Aiavsville. I rosperity attend them. Lou. Covr. ?V k" I,rotea,aut Bcwkstotthas been es tablished at Constantinople, in the verv heart of the city, and may he called the Bible House On its shelves are frund copies of the scriptures in twelve different languages, and thence liave gone forth du ring the past year more than 10,000 copies. Am Ox asd a Locomotive. The engine 0f a freight train on tlie Naugatuck Railroad" was, on ( Wednesday last, attacked by an ox, which sud'den 1 ly leaped npon the road. The engine ran over the ox. but was itself overset and thrown into the river, and two cars were thrown off the track. ui;nni:s.see i.iiciii.ATmtE. SKNATtJ MuKMMi S ox. f; Monday; Kovl 7 Prayer by Rev. Dr. WiiiTmv. a COminiHllCaiiOH jrci:u t Sam'l. Martin on the subject of Public 'Roads.- 1 ' ' Reterreil. Mr DtTN-r.tp r.r Ilenrv. from the committee onr Ways and Means, reported various amendments to . the bill to incorporate the Nashville Insurance Uom- panv. Amendments auopteu ami impa-aeu seeonti leading. .Mr. Nklso, from the committee on Internal Im provements, recommended the passage of tlie bill to amend the internal improvement act. Concurred iu and bill passed second reading. Also, recommended the passage of tlie bill to aid the construction of the Knoxvilleand Charleston or Blue Fudge Railroad. Report and bill laid on the table. BILLS OS TIRST READINO. " By Mr. Rft A bill to authorize the construction of Mill Dam's across Stone's river. Referred. By Mr. Bkwlev: A bill toamend the act of 1821, chap. '12. Inferred en motion of Mr. Frazeu. . , ! 1 , By Mr. Hall: A bill to protect real estate.1 - n.,-,- i:n , t,JL,. iur.iunt, ASfi'SSSr? 1 . -U....L ' .1...::... : it. JJy Air. and Coal Bv Mr. F.vnqriuKsos: A resolution in relation to the Bank of Tennessee. By Mr. Davis A bill to establish a convential interest Referred on motion of Mr. Robertson. By Mr Nave: A Bill to condense and bring into one view all the laws now iu force in reference to Common Schools. Fifty copie.3 ordered printed. On motion of Mr. Moore, Mr. Bextox was added to the Gommittee on tlie Lunatic Asylum. The bill for the relief of widows and minors, to gether with various other Senate hills, passed second reading. Senate bill to authorize tax Collectors to make deeds for lands sold heretofore or hereafter for'taxes, passed third reading. ;- ' Mr. Polk fMr. Rogers in the Chair) introduced a bill to incorporate the Mississippi and Bolivar Railroad Company. The bill to amend the revenue laws of the State (taxing negro traders) was read a third time and laid on the table. ' The bill giving John C. Vaughn and othera further lime to complete their turnpike road, passed tbitd reading. -r Senate adjourned to 2 o'clock. Afteonoon- Session. ,' Mr. Farqujiarso.v introduced a bill to amend'an act to declare the powers of the county court in tlie aJministration of estates in certain particulars. Mr. Coocn: a bill for the relief of Washington F. Williams. Mr. Roiiertsos: a bill to amend an act to estab lish a system of internal improvements in this State. Mr. Bewley: a bill to repeal the lotli section of an act passed 23d January, 1845, cliap. '00; which bills were severally read the first time and passed. Thebillto incorporate the Forest Hill Female cademy; and The bill to amend an act to establish the county of Union; passed third reading. HOUSE MORNING SKSSIOV. Monday. Xov. 7. Mr. Cooke in the Chair. House met persuant to adjournment. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Wmtto;.. Mr. KstciiT presented a petition on the subject of the navigation of Stones' River, which was re ferred to the committee on Internal Improvements. Mr. Smith, Chairman or the committee on In ternal Improvements, reported a bill in lieu of, and heretofore referred to the committee on the subject of the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. Mr. Doitcn introduced a resolution directing the Secretary of Slate to furnish the Clerk aud Master of tlie Chancery Court at Soinerville with the re ports of the Supreme Court. Mr. Bitowx introduced a bill to incorporate the Tennessee, Western aud Charleston Railroad Com pany; read first time and passed. Mr. B.ulev iutroduced a bill to incorporate tlie Clarksville Female Institute aud other purposes; read first time aud passed. Also, a bill to incorporate the Union Wharf Company at Clarksville; tead first time and passed. And another bill to incorporate a company for the building of a Hotel in the Town of Clarksville; read first time and passed Mr. Faurisotox introduced a bill to incorporate the Invincible Fire Company in the city of Mem phis. And also, a bill to authorize the building of a Levy south of Ham Lake; read first time and passed. M. Steel introduced a bill to authorize a con ventional interest and for other purposes; read first time and passed. Mr. I rxLEN introduced a hill (o protect the orphan children, read first time and passed. Mr. Eastkkly intrpduced a bill to give Henry Grason further time to finish his turnpike road, read first time and pasied. Mr. Matjiis introduced a bill to amend the law on the subject of small otfences; read first time and I passed. Mr. Maxwell introduced a bill to repeal an act j entitled an act to declare Popular Creek navigable, passed in la.)J, read lirst time aud passed. Mr. Wi.sv introduced a bill to exempt Jerry Barns from paying taxeson certain articles: lead first time and passed. THE CALEXDKIt. A bill to charter the Great Central and Xonh and . South Railroad, second reading; when Mr. Lvmr olfered an amendment, the object of which, as stated, wa to grant tlie right of way for an airliue road from Memphij to Louisville. Mr. Hoi-se mov ed to lay the bill and amendment on the table, which was agreed to. A bill to amend an act in relation to the Law renceburg Female Academy; read second time and passed. A bill to repeal all laws on the subject of the up stream navigation of Elk River above the town of Elkton; amended and passed second reading. A bill to establish certain county lines; read second time and passed. A bill to change the lines between the counties of Hardin and Decatur; readsecond time and passed. A bill to make Railroad Companies liable for stock killed or damaged, by thein or their asent0; read I and passed. A bill to incorporate the Planters' Hotel Compa j ny; readsfcond time and passed. I A bill to protect the owners of real estate in the incorporated towns and cities of this State; read ! second time and passed. A bill to repeal a part of an Act in relation to the Chancery Court at Dover; readsecond tune and j passed. A bill to amend an Act entitled an Act, to incor- ! , porate the Hiwassee Mining Company; lead second ' . time and passed. ; I A bill to change tiie time of holding Circuit Court 1 J in Tipton countv: readsecond time and passed. ! i A bill for the benefit of Lewis county; leadse- i eond time and passed. j A bill directing the Secretary to procure tlie pa- I ; per for the printing of the Journals, Acts, ke,; read j second time and passed. j A bill to cliange the time of holding the Circuit j Courts inrClaibourne comity; read second time and passed. j A bill for the benefit of William Craig; read and I referred to the committee on Finance. : A bill to amend the charter of the Citizens Bank of Nashville and Memphis; read second time aud : passed. j A bill to incorporate Rose Hill Cemetary, in Mau j ry county; read second tune and pasied. I A bill to prevent renters from selling the crops j raised on tlie land, until the rent is paid, amended; I und on motion, the House adjourned until half past 1 2 o'clock, P.M. HOUSE Eveni.no Sksios". Tlie House met pursuant to adjournment, and took up lloiife bill No. to incorporate the Knox ville, Blue Rige and Charleston Railroad Coxpany read and lefened to the committee on Internal Improvements. notrjc bills os Tninn headi.vg. A bill to amend tiie act of 1852, chartering a Turnpike road from Tazewell to Kuoxville read third time aud passed. A bill Uetining the duty of Clerks in pauper suits 1 .!.:..! . 1 , , . . A -.. wil fl,ii,l i;,..an.ri:..1 ..,;i.,... , - ....... ....... ...... ..... .1 ..u I ..I. I.UUJ1UIIII.C uil t ine o uuiuiarv, A bill to amend the act of 25th February, 1852, establishing a chancery court in the county of Polk. Mr. LiLLAiui offered an amendment in lieu of the amendment of the Judiciary Committee; the effect of which was to require bills to be filled in that court in all cases wheieany of the defendants live in Polk county. Mr. Cook moved to lay the amendment on the table; which motion failed; the amendment was then adopted, and the bill passed its thtrd reading. ' A bill to repeal the act of -1820, chapter 100, I sections. 1 and 2, and for other purposes; read a third time and passed. A bi!lto repeal a part of an act passed February ! -un, tooj; read a third time and passed. On motion, the House adjourned until to-morrow morning half past 9 o'clock. ! ' THU AKCTIC EXfKOITIOX. ' Thoinfclligeliuu brought by Captain Inglcficld of tlm British ship I'ha-nix relative to the. passage, niortli of the Anicricuu Continent, made byCommo- LdoiuIcCiure of the Iuvesligator a fact so long urcmru -hiiw.-m, uunei i iM.vwuijnwumi.iu, deemed ah ' I . .1 1 : J . I . A. l. if 1 1 hura n l . U , ormilart ne lilfla t....,i nn r .1... ..vrvailii r.iUtl.n.l iu lit; t'xcir- lucui w " i laiiu. iiie pai ucuiars oi ir.j" umuii, ,tu iuciiw 1 .i. 4 , . ..r : - to the Ailmirahtv. contain some pomti ot prpat in terejt, as descriptive of the dangers of anArtic voy- age, anU the pecnlianties oi inose awiui regions m lontr closed to the knowledge of civilized men. The failure to discover Franklin and his gallant crews is ! complete. McCluro reports that no trace whatever has been met with, or any information obtained from the natives, which could by any possibility ; lead to the supposition that Sir John Franklin's ex- j pedition, or any of his crews, have ewr reached the ; shores he had visited or searched, nor liad he been more, fortunafe with respect to tlie Enterprise, not ( havim; seen lier since parting company at the ; Straits ol .Magellan, on tne -oiu oi April, iooo. The Investisrator passed through a series of dan gerous mishans before she accomplished the pas- i saeof Barrows Straits, on the 20th of October, r-.. e i i i 1852. She had been for some time hemmed in by ice. and it was only bv leaving a record ot hi3 movements at W inter Harbor, where it was found by Captain Inglefield that CapinMcCIure could ! convey an account ot the fate of his vessel. Captain McClure made some very extraordinary discoveries in his voyage, the most remarkable of which were, as mentioned in Ids journal, some smoking hillocks and a petrified forest. He al?o states that during his intetcourse with the natives, he only once met with any hostile demonstrations. This occurred at Point "Warren, near the Macken zie, where, on attempting to land, two natives with threatening gestures waved them oft'. It was not withoift much difficulty that they were pacified, and then they related that all their tribe but the chief and his sick son had fled on peeing the ship, alleging as a reason that they fia el the ship had I come to revenge the death of a white man they had murdered some time ago. They (through the i interpreter) related that some white men had come there in a boat, and that they built themselves a j house and lived thpre. At last the natives mur- j dered one, and the others escaped they knew not j where; but the murdered man was buried in a I spot they pointed out. A thick fog coming on pre- j vented Captain McClure from examining this local- j ity, which is much to be regretted, as here is the J probable position where a boat party, endeavoring to return by the Mackenzie, would have encamped, j One of the most charming incidents of the ex- ploration was the meeting between McClure and j Lieutenant Pirn, of the Herald on the ice, the ' former coming from the east, the latter from the west McClure and his first Lieutenant were walking on the floe. Seeing a person coming very fait to wards them, they supposed he was chased by a bear, or had seen a bear. Walked towards him; on getting onwards a hundred yards, they could see, from his proportions, that he was not one of them. Pirn began to screech and throw-up his hands (his face was as black as my hat;; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language. At length Pim reached the party, quite beside himself, and stammered out, on McClure's asking him, 'Who are you, and where do you come Ironi?' Lieutenant Pim, Herald, Capt. Kellett' This was the inore inexplicable to McClure, as he was the last person he shook hands with in Behriug's Straits. He at length found that this solitary stranger was a true Englishman au angel of light. He says: '-He toou was seen from the ship; thsy had only one hatchway open, and the crew weie fairly jammed there in their endeavor to get up. Tlie sick jumped out of their hammocks, and the crew forgot their despondency; in fact, all was changed on board the Investigator.", Captain Inglefield encountered continual dangers from the floating ice during his voyage, ana, off Beechy Island, actually lost the transport ship, Breadalbane, which he had in tow. The ice pressed, passed through her starboard bow, and in less than lirtceu minutes she sank in thirty fathoms of water, giving the people barely time to save themselves, and leaviug the wreck of a boat only to mark the spot where the ice had closed over her. AtLievely he obtained information of a coal mine baout twenty-five miles from tlie harbor, on the southern shore of the island, and I am told that the coal to be obtained here is in such quantities, that a ship might take a thousand tons. For burning in stoves, it is preferred by the Danes to English coaL The discovery of the North-west passage, as it is called, now that it is accomplished, does not seem to open many new advantages to the navigator. The difficulties atteuding the voyage from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts are so great, and the danger so imminent, as to render it almost worthless. The expedition of Commander M'Clure, however, has made one thing painfully certain, that the slender chalices of Sir John Franklin's safety have no longer existence. Tiiere is little probability now that the Erebus and Terror, and their brave crews are longer contending with the awful horrors of the Arctic Seas. Cin. Columbian. CAKI). H. ST. MAUK STUART returns his sincere thinks to the patrons of hii school for the correct manner in which their children were costumed ou the occasion of his lata iuirrr, and also to the invited jruests for their obliging compliance with the regulatioas which it was found neces sary to prescribe in order to prevent confus on. Having organized several classes for the second session, to avoid any interference with other duties or studies, the days and hours for instruction will be as follows, viz: The netrclan will meet on Tcisotvs and THrRsnvsfrom tjto C o'clock. The clas for adcaneed pupils, on FaiDATsand STuaDrs The Centlrmen'e class on Mosdav, Wcn.vKsDW and Fiu dat Evrxixcs, from 7 to 9 o'clock. nov3 PUTNAM'S MONTHLY A Magazine of Literature, Science aud Art. The November with preceding numbers for sale bv novS TOON A RUTLAND. PROCLAMATION. ! "lTHEREAS, it lias pleased Almixh- ! ly (!od In continue to the peiiplesj I of our tate the bounties of his I'rovi- "5 I dence. through another vear. He has preserved to us, un , -...ri t.,? .1 e. .... Illipairetl, uur ricil luuciiiauvc in tu uu inigititis nrr- dom has kept us from war without and tumult williiu hasgttarded us from pestilence and famine has caused t.e genial alternations ot sunshine and showerto fall, in their season, upon ihe bioad acres of our land; thus filling our homes and storehouses with abundant provisiou, for man aud bea't, aud has requited the hand of toil and industry in every department with a rich and full reward ; for all of which it becomes us as a people to return our thanks to Him who Is the author and diieuerof all eood. Under a solemn conviction of these tmtns, and in conformity with j a commendable usase in this, and other of our sister State.', I do, therefore, designate and set aatt Ttl URSDAY, THE 24TH DAY OF NOVEMBER inst.. lobe observed aa dav of THANKSfilVINO AND PRAYER, and 1 do earuestly 1 invite all tbe people of the State to its devout aud leligious I observance as such. ! In testimony whereof I, Andrsw John-sou, Governor of the State ol Tenneee, luve nereuiuo set my nana and caused the Oieat Seal of said State to be alliied, at office in Nashville, this 7th dav of Notenibe, 1 3"S ANDREW JOHNSON. Bv the Governor. " W. U. A. Rajiset, Secretary of State. All the pipers in tbe State will please publish the above in their earliest issue. nov3 td AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES MOJtRISS STUATTON. BY "Y7E will sellin front of our store, on Monday morning Y next, the 44th November, 1.'3, for cash : 61) hhds prima brown Sur;li0 bss Cairse Salt; 100 bjgs Extra lUlt. CofiVe; 10: do Medium do; 1U0 bbls choice r'd MiUsscs;l00 bbls Ohio Wliiskj; 50 bbls loaf, cruslt'd and povr-3.) " Pike's Magnolia, dered Sug.ir; 2." " Tennessee II I) do; 60 casks sup Carb Soda; . " Bourban, Rye and 2.1 boxes Bir Soap; Monong Whisky; 2.1 do Starch; 25 bbls Brandv" Gin, and 2.) do Tallow Candles; Rum; 0 do Tobacco, varbr'ndsjtO bbls Mai and Port Wine; Together witb Indigo, Madder, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Brimstone, Alum, Blacking, Green Tea, Brooms, Ac We invite the attention of dealers g.nerally to Ibis sale, as we are determined to sell without reserve." novs MORRIS A STRATTON. HOT ROLLS EVERY novS MOBNINt; AT R.A J. NIXON'S. "t ANTON tilNGER. TEN CASES Pllli" J tctved Ginger, itceiteil this dy, by novS R. A J.N I XOV. Utrtltfc Vt AMl lljUht.ta IjIUHI uo., I November, 4, ls53. ) A DIVIDEND of 8 per cent, for the last twelve months 1 per share has been this day declared on the cap itaUtock or the Nashville Gas Light Company, payable 011 ttietliol January next time being allowed to enable sucli MocKiioiuers as may uom iracuons 01 onares 10 ttmaouaate ons 01 snares to toiisoi ijjgm JA& 11.KENDRICK. novsi lm Secretary. Suint Loninud Nashville Semi-Weekly Steam I Packets. ! ALE0NIA Capt. James Miller. SALLIE WEST Capt. J. V. Tmtoor. rplLK above splendid sfeamers will com- ( pswjrv 1 JL mence their regular tripj ou the first y,-pgvj-sep I rise in Cumberland River, and continue in gaj,'g r-sj&: I the trade during the season, leaving Nashville and St. loins every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 1. M. For freight or pas. I -sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply to novC b A. HAMILTON, Agent. BILL PAPER. BILL I'Al'ER, BROAD and narrow, by the ream or single quire. For sale by novS CHARLES W. SMITH. I" NKS. ARNOLD'S COPYING INK; BED Ink; Arnold's Blue Fluid; Guizot's Carmine; -Mavnard A Noyes's Black, in all sized bottles; Pavson's Indelible Ink by tbe dozen or single bottle. For sale by Aniur'rau' axriTii n-n . . t.u 1 a i.aAlniliil 11.. kJJUAAH, XVUKfTTS 1 ' i SVhnnz Yciiniiusc No mneilj crcr iiircnt- i Tiu4 Loit Lr. kiimovriil A5t ltii otvaI iTfinil tnilirinJ".l fir1 JflAue. All who have used liate-UeatHiully estonUUea publish all tlie testimonial- !u fnvpr wnitld fill xolnme; nr lunnuir, wuirm imisritm wiu, tL uiiri .uiiocfc t j of a Tew of tlieni. ' JaitjetC. Allen, orAmboy, ;rve a do;e to a child 6 years , eld, and it brouglit S5 worms. lie soou after gave another . . -i c - . i . - l . , r , i. , t . j dnse to the same cliiM, which broug'at awajyfiO more, ina ' kicg 133 worms in about 12 hours. ' Andrew Downing, of Cnuibnrr trwnship, Venango couh- , ty , gave his child one tea-simonritl, and it passed 1 T wonn. j Jv'ext rooming, on a repetition of ihe dose, she passed 115 1 more. . I Jonathan Honghman, of .West Union,. Park county, Ia ! writes that he is unable to supply the demand, as th people la his neigeborhood say.afiera trial of Ihe others, that none j it equal to I)r. M'l.ine's Vermifuge. f Messrs. D. & J. W. Coltou, of Winchester, Ind., happened I last spring to get some of this Vermifuge. "After selling a few bottles the demand became so great for it that their ! . . . . - . , . , stccic was soou exhaUNleJ. 1 Lev Mate tuat u nas prouucea the best effi-ct wherever used, aud is very popular among the people. lint we must, for want of room, reserve further instances for a future notice. Sold wholesale aud retail by die principal Drnggit f Nashville an J throughout tbe United Slates. A WARNING. Pflay not; harbor uot inryour mind that sentence of .fools' philosophy, that a diteute will get well ot-itself, or that you can cure it with certain medicines for a few dollars. Deivaie bow you tamper with your general welfare. Ye wild and vicious youths, why will j e pei slst in doling with Ihe Jil:hj nauseating iwiywuHJi daily proffered, there by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying you mentally as well as physically, when yon can be cured with a few doses of pleasant medicines';" Ye rakes of even- age and conJitio.1, why will ye suffer and repine and drag out a miserable existence, unfitted for the 'uytyuxeid and even or tliiary pursuit i ui life You who are Ibus annoyed and wish to be restored to health and vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and eflectual, should cousult Dr. MOKitlS. His success in chrnieU ditar has been greater than that of say other physician of bis day. Many who bavebeen for years afflicted with disease or con sequences resulting from excels have b-en restored to health and vior under his really scientific treatment. Should a personal interview be objectionable, slate your disease in writting enclosa five dollars-address Dr. V. 11. JlORItlsJ, through the Post-OtHce, Nashville, Tenn., and a package of medicines, securely put up, will be seat pri vately and with dispulcb, full directions therewith, and j qutrlions ailed. Persons living at a distance, and afflicted with Scrof ult, Old UUert, Tetter Cancer, 1'ilet, Fi-tuUi in Am, Grucel Strictures, (lt-t, or any disea: whatever of an aggrava ted or malignant charter, can be enred at borne by consult ing Dr. -Mohkis, by letter, post paid, enclosing lira dollars. Medicines pleasant and .s-fe, can e sent per mail to ur.y part of the United States. Funicular attention giien to the treatment of leuiale com plaints. Indies who may be ifflicted with IrreyuHuitit, I'hitr Aibu or n'iics, Proijnta Uteri r EMimi of Woinb, would do we'd to lay aside all fal.e delicacy and promptly consult tbe Dr. Ccias Wakranteu ! Olfice over Mutual Protection Insurance Odice, Cedarat., near Post OlEce. llootn, No. 14, up stairs. novC. tf. Dr. Alorso.s Invigorating lilixir Cordinl Among all belbs applied iu medical practice, that which forms the nuin ingicdient in this preparation stand su preme. It is Nature's catho'ocon. Had the travels of Dr. Morse, which has added so much to Science in its various branches, resulted in the discovery of this herb alone, he would still have been the greatest benefactor of the age. Mineral remedies are utterly superseded by this purely ve getable specific. And you weak, dyspeptic, nervous, sub ect to sudden flushes, convulse J with neuralgia or tie do leretu, irregular in any physical function, enervated iu any organ; subject to spasmodic paius of any kind ! Here Is your remedy. Is your mind, your memory clouded; does your brad fail you in business, are you depressed in spirits, debilitated, worn out, and utterly "nut of heart ?" Here is your renovator. Here is a stimulant more effective than alcohol; permanent in its effects, and harmless tothe system as filtered water. Think of these thing, you that are sick and suffering, and test our words by experiment. The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, iu pint bot tles. Price three dollars per bottle, two for five dollars, six for twelve dollars. C. U. KING, I'rqrietvr, 192; Broadnay.New York. Sold by Druggists throughout the United States, Canada, the Wet Indie-t.and by V. P. OKAY, successor to Cart right & Armstrong, coruer ot Market ami Broad streets, i Nashv.lle, Teunessee. oclM linod.tiwiw. U.K. R. No Mvsrenv ivits (Jiick Acrmx ix Stop- mxo Pais and Rkhovixq its Causes If you are suffering pain, UADWAYS READY RELIEF wiil instantly slop the most M;vere paroxysms. I f Cramps, it instantly allays irritation, and impaits to every part or the system beat and health; it produces an eipial circulation of blood, and infuses health and strength into tbe weak, disabled, lame, disease eaten limb and joint. If Sick Headache or Neuralgia, if Di arrho3a or Rheumatisms afflict jou, it will instantly stop the pain, and by taking it internally will cleanse and sweeten the Stomach, give strensrth and vitality to the nerves, ren der them terse and strong, and iron-proof againt renewed attacks of pain Radway's Ready Relief is composed of ac-") tive and positive properties; uothing inert or useles', dan gerous or poisonous, enters its composition. It wiil always relieve pain and cure its cause. N. K. The sick will please bear in mind that we prepare three different rem edics. H R. Relief however quick it stops pain, will not cure all diseases. All acale pains arising from diseased action, Nervousness, Languid Circu lation, Weakness, Ac, it will quickly cine. But fiirdisea-es arising from Bad Blood, Railway's Renovating Resolvent it a quick, pleasant and Radical Cure. It renovates Ihe whole system, and makes the blood pure, rich and healthy. It resolves away from the solids all dis eased deposits. It cures old Sores, Salt Rheum Humors, Scrofula, Syphillis, Cancers, Ulce. J, Tumors, Rickets, Ac Price or Resolvent, Jl per bottle. R. R. R. No. 3 Radwav's Regulators insure toall who nif thtm :i ti rruliir action ofthp Lx'elrf. mill a heal I hv tli- i I eestion. Thev e, 1 Costivene.. Liver Comolaint. Ac V, . . rnce ren's. (novi im J3f At the Verandah Hotel, kept by Mrs. En MONtHOX and her son-in-law Mr. Iticurs, there is a geutle man from Scott County. Ky., who, for ttrrice monthe, smTer ed greatly from a chronic disease of the eiomach and bowels, which could tiot be removed by the most aftirornl practice, respected and continued as it was for the I),vtitr' ite. He had paid his Doctor's Bill, without any calculation of making another, thnking it wasofno use; and no one ex pressed any hope or his recovery except a stranger, who happened to pass that way, and advised him to a different course of tieatment, which has this recommendation, that jirt weflx time it bas made him feci like engaging in business. But why does he come out of this spell of sick ness a strong advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union I'ilUf Ilecmsp, they are the principal- rewtJy used in tbe treat ment of his case; and to their ejjieacy he is principally in debted fiirhis recovery. Should not such cases be publish ed? ir some persons are opposed to their publication, can an body lell us the reason why? Tbe gentleman above reared to is Euas Stoxe, abiolh. eri.r.Iou.v SroxE, the clerk at the Vr.aXDn. Nashville, Oct.lH tf. BOUNDLESS WEALTH is not half so valuable as that great earthly blessing, heillh, which all, both far aud near, are so eager in pursuit of. THE GRAVE, with all its terrors, and unknown realities, to which we are all rapidly tending, .hoiild. be postjioned so far as lies within the power of man and medicine. THOUSANDS OF BEINGS could easily have their lives prolonged by resorting to the proper remedies. One is now oQered which will relieve nearly all Female complaints and irregularities, if only ifed: and that medicine is "Droom goole's Female Bitters." For sale ia Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med icine Store. College street, and by Druggists generally. nov2 dlw Dr. JlorseN luvigornting Cordial. The only sureandsafe Remedy, yetdisiOVBred, for Cene. ral liability, Physical Prostration, lrrltablllty,andatl the va i oastrainof .Vervoos Affectioas; It urillalso ren.ove Uepre tou. Excitement, DLsIike of Society, Incapicity for Study or Business, Lo9 of Memory, .Mental Debility, fcc., 4c. See advertisement. T-ALUABLE LANDS FoitSALE.-BY VllN tuc cf a provision iu tlie will r John Davis, dee'd.. tlie undersigned offets fiir sate the following valuable Tracts of Laud, viz: 478 acrs on the Tennessee river, immediate- ir uuore ine rsouui oi juck nver, anjraingine nest loca tion on Tennessee nver for a commercial point; ISO acres on Duck river, opposite the mouth of Pine river; acres adjoining the town of PerrvvTIle, in Decatur coim'ty; 215 acres ou tbe East side oflluffalo river, nearthe Humcane Bottom, stul 198 acres near the West side of Buffalo river, near its inoullu Terms made known on application tothe undersigned. JO. W.HORTON. I P - . M EWD. D. HICKS. ) &ecotof- no7l eodiwlm. LINCOLN HALL FOR SALE A LAKGE and commodious etore hou-e, with a large hall above, and family dwelling in tbe bxement and part of the sec ond story of tbe building. Said property is on College Hill, Cherryst'eeL A bargain can be had by applvin soon, at uflice No. 6S Cherry street. " novfi R. W. BROWN. Real Estate Agent. EXTRA FAJIHY FLOUJt. 228by BBLS. Exua Family Flour in rtore and for sale locurc.j JJAVJa A a i ANN. SPECIAL NOTICES. NEW BOOKS. UKOtatAl'Hi AND HISTOKY. A COMI'UEHESSIVK GEOOKAVUV AND IlteTORr Ancient n,l It, S O r,n, This work isilinminated with 79 beautiful stvlo- OTpliie mapMdnumeroiUiiondenirratinsp. " ' ... V ,'ne,mt' complete and comprehensive wort for Fam ilies, Merchants, Travellers and High Scboolsjnat has ever It contains the Geography and Ilislorv of ererr country, , including the late census of Ihe Umled States, ft gives ifie , situation and population of over 30iH) cities, towns and vil 1 Iages. 272 quaito pages. For sate bv TOOJf A RUTLAND. GREAT CITIES. The Great Citie of the World. In their filory and in their Desolation, embracing the cities of Europe, Asia, Africa and A m erica. With a Uistnrv of important events, Br John Frost, LLD, Tlie.llystcrious Parchment; Or, the Satanic License, dedicated toMaine Ijlw Progress. Jty Rev. Joel WaVemaa. Passages Irom the History of a Wasted Life. By a middle-aged man. Uncle Sam's Palace; Or, The Reigning King. Philosophy of .Mysterious Agents. Human and Mundane; or the Dynamic haw3 and Rela tions of Man. K. U. Rogers. ' Prof. Sillimmi's Visit to Europe. j "fbls work embodies much new and curious inform ation on matters ot Science and Art, and personal sketches ! or eminent Savans and men ef Science. As Ihe matured i impressions of the distinguished and veteran author, on re visiting Europe alteran interval of nearly 50 rears, it is spe cially interesting: and valuable." Ex. ZST The above, with a variety of other New Books, are for sale by TOON 4 RUTLAND, oct27 41 Unif.u street. NEW" UOOKS. Life of Capt. Wm. B.Allen, by Dr. W. D. Ronles and A. O. P. Nicholson; Johu Randolph, of Roanoke, and other sketches of character, including William Wilt. Russell" Life of O.J. Fox. Living Authors of America. Rudiments of the Arts of Building. History and Rudiments of Achitecture. Jane Seatou; Or, the King's Advocate. By James Grant. Forsale by novl - JOHN YORK A CO. HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEMBER. Just received by JOHN YORK & CO. MEDICAL UOOKS. WOODS' PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. New Edition. EBERLET3 EASTMAN'S " " " CYCLOPCEDLt OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE. By Forbes, Tweedle, Dunglingsou, Ac. 4 vols, imperial 6ra; raised bands and double titles. DE WEES' SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERY. 1vol. 9 to., with plates. DEWEES ON CHILDREN. lvolSvo. DEWEES ON FEMALES. 1 vol Svo, with plates. DE LA BECHE'S GEOLOGICAL OBSERVER. Baau tiful cuts. 1 vol evo. Extra Cloth. DICKSON'S ESSAYS ON LIFE. SLEEP, PAIN, Ac 1 vol royal 12mo, extra cloth. DUNGLISON'S PHYSIOLOGY. 2 volsTro; 7ih edition, enlarged with nearly 50 cuts. DUNGLISON'S MEDICAL DICTIONARY. 1 vol royal Svo; raised bands; Sth edition, much improved. DUNGLISON'S NEW ItEMEDIEM. lvol8vo; 7th edi tion, eularged. DUNGLISO.VS PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. vols Svo; 3d edition. DUNGLISON'S MATERIA MEDICA AND THERA PEUTICS. 2 vols Sfo; 4th edition, with cuts. DUNGLISON ON HUMAN HEALTH. 1 vol 8vo; bound. DRUITrS MODERNSURGERY. New editioe, much improved and enlarged. 200 cuts. BARTLETT ON THE FEVERS OF THE U. S. Cd edi tion. HARRISON'S DENTAL DICTIONARY. HORNER'S"SPECIAL ANATOMY. WILSON'S ANATOMY. MEIGS' SYSTEM OF OBSTETRICS. WILSON'S DISSECTOR. WOODS' UNITED STATES DISPENSATORS. Theabove, with a large coIIectionof the Text, Miscella neous and Standard Medical Books, in '-"tore and tor sale at low prices by oct27 tf. IvIIAGAN. LETTER PAPER. F. Haan is now receiving an unusually lanre assortment of Letter and Can Paper. Those wishing to bnv zood and j cheap paper would do well to gi vj him a call. octLT F. HAG AN, Market it. CASa SALE OF GR0CERIE3 IIY DAVIS Ar S1YANN. vN TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8TH, 13.VS, we will sellin 7 mint ot our Auction Kcotns. tor t,asli. 2S hogsheads Sugar; 2. bbls Old Mong Whisky; e.s bags mo tainee; Vi ' Crushed do ; 2.5 bbls Loaf Sugar; .i boxes refined Inaf do, 10 casks Soda; SS boxes Star Candles; 50 " Tallow do; 10 " Sperm do; 40 boxes Tobacco; 10 barrels Copperas, 100 b.rrels Flour, '.'0 boxes W. R. Chees?, IU hods n counlv do; 11 ' old Rye '" do. 15 yt. pipes Signett Brandy, ol bbls American Branny; 15 cades SM Wine; 15 casks Loudon Porter; 1 1 casks P.rt Wine; 20XM Keplia Cigars; 2.- boxes Melee do; 100 bundles Wrap Pajier; ." bbls Mason's Blacking SJ boxes Fancv Soaps; lOO " Shavinz do; 20 boxes Eng. Dairy do; Together with Pepper, Suice. Soda. Indigo. Madder, and various other articles tuiiall v kept in our hue. DAVIS &. SWANN, mty't No. 73. Public Square, Ttri:nch bosom shirts jl'st ki J ceived, an assortment or French Bosom Shirts, latest sUles.Crsale by Dov5 MYERS & McGILL. Oil. Iti EPA- If. IJRE-SSrlD BI'CK SHIRTS AND DRAW f Received this dav. a lot of superior heavr Oil ! Dressed Buck Shirts and Drawers. For sale by ' MYERSA McGILL. j Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. CO College ' street nov5 1 "V VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE AT AUCTION. I will sell on Saturday, the lflh of i November, (if not sold previously,) ten beautiful building I lots in Edgefield, fnintiugoii Spring and Welmore streets, j Eight of these lots front .Wfeet each, two of them front ser- I enty-nine rcet, all orhic!i run back 200 feet toa 12 foot al "V. Persons desirous rf furcliasin? lots for tsfrmaneut resi- . denccs would do well bv calling on me soon. ', 1L A. BALLO WE. Genl Aeent, j nov.' No. 17 Deaderickstieet. r'lMVO .I::R0ES FOR . "iriREORT HE j X balance of Ihe year. Enquire at this otlice immediate ly. (nov.- ?OR SALE AT AUCTION.-I AVILL OFFER ero Girl, 13 rears of a;e. novr. R. A. BALLOWE. Cent Agent. JIAESHAL'S SALE. BY VIR1UE OF FOUR WRITS of -fieri facial tome directed, from the Circuit Court o! the United Slates forthe Middle District of Tennessee, founded on four Judg ment, reuurreu in sam ininu iisceputmoer term, ia.i;;, j to wit: . David Jayne A Son, r. Mark L. Cart wright, and Lerov Armstrong, Judgment l.'lh September, IS.'i3; same, ri. ; same, Judgment loth September, IsJs; W. M'Cally A Son, r. same. Judgment l.'th September. 18.V., and John M. 1 Otv, M.s-ime, Judgment Nib September. lS.Vi. ) 1 will sell to the highest bidder for Cash at the Court Hnnse door, in the City of Nashville, on MONDAY, tbe ', 12th day of December, IS.",?, all the right, title, claim, and ' interest, of Ihe said Defendant, ferny Armstrong, in and ' to I he following Its, in Ihe City of Nashville, to wit: '. LOT, No. SV, as designated hi the plan of the College or j Academy property, fronting SO feet on Cherry street, and ! I running back the usual depth of Lots iu that part of the 1 Cily. and is adjoining the residence nf Wm-StockelL 1 j ALSO, part of Lot, No. 8". fronting flo feet on Summer I street, a.s extended, bounded as follows: beinnninff at tbe . North-west corner of B. F. Moselv's Lot on Ihe eatt side of I Slimmer street; thence along the cist side of said street , .V) ("eel; thence at right angles northwardly and parallel with 1 Summer street IP feel to Newnam's line; tbenre running back with said line about 160 feet toan Alley; thence south- waraly witn saia Alley ( leet to Jiosely s corner; inence with the line of Moseli's Ix,t. about 170 feet, to the beMia- i did? comer. ' ' above described Lots; wasconveved to feroy Armstrong, bv I lue unuiviuea inieie.-.! 01 .nart j. Cartnright, in the two Deeds, bearing date ihe 21st June, lb-VJ, and are of re cord iu the Register's office for Davidson county, in Book, No 17, pages 21)5 nnd 206. Both ot said Lots have been levied upon as the property of Defendant Armstrong and will be sold to satisfy said writs; this 2-)th'dayof Octoboi; IjS. J. B. CLEMENTS, j Marshall, U.S. Middle Division, Tennessee. By hlsDeputv, It. N. CLEJ1ENTS. ; oct27 tf " ' J7OR SALE. r HAVE -10 ACR Ei OF LAND, j 7 six miles from Nashville, and about oue mile Irom the 1 Lebanon Pike, one-half cleared and the balance well tim bered. Tliis land lies as well as anv in the county for a market garden, all well enclosed wit6 a goixl rence." Or it .' will be exchanged for city propettr. Applvlo " R. A BAIXOWE.Ge'neral Agent, I novl No. 17 Deaderick street, j QTARCH. v0 botes Fox's Pearl Starch. Forsale by Kj sep-.Hr . 11.iiut1uu.-1 a t:t. LACK AND FANCY COLORED SCARF STOCKS. We have lh:s day received another sup ply of elegaut Scarf Stock plain, black and fancy colors. Forsale by octyj MYERS A McGILL. SILK AND SATIN SCARFS.-THIS DAY received, anelegantassortmentof Silkand Satin Scarfs, of various colors. oct MYERS i McGILL. KID, BUCK AND SILK GLOVES,-JUST received a choice lot of dress Oloves. For sale by oct20 MYERS A McGILL. -Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, N"o.5S College street. LANGHORN t ARJI1.STEAD. lOO PACK, ages of Langhorn A ArmiAtead'a superior Chewing To bcco, just received and for sale by oct2u JOHNSON, HORNE t CO. NEVVjmBLIC ATIONS . Lai$H-:ii live or cnxituEsy. W. T.KEIUIY & CO. have recently- received lUKUl.UtSTKK UYK Ut THE HHU.- K William Sterling, autlmroL "Anmilur lb ArtUta cf Spain." IV. T. II. Co. have also just received 1. .uirray s lland-Uoet for Spun. 2. Murray's Hand-Book fivr FraHce. 2. Murray's Ifand-llook fbr tRe CsetMent. 4. Murray's Hand-Book for Southern Germany. S. Murray's Hand Book for Northern Kurnjic. fc. Murray's Hand Book for Belgian and the Bhin. 8. Hand-Book of SpsnthaodFiMeh Sohoatjof Paint ing. 9. Sir Jooa Harrington's St4di. 10. The Campaign of Waterloa by Jot .a 11. One Yearof Wedlock by jliCariea 12. The Bride of Omberjf -by Mis Carlea. 13. Moore's Life of Sheridan, ir. 14. Uitdrelli liistnrv of ttk Tailed States, Sr. 15. Hildretb's Theory of Polities. 18. Tbe Cyclopaedia of I'olrtieal KaewMg?,4r. LIFE OF aiASIE DE MEDICTS, Vt". T. BERRY A-CO., have just received - THE LIFE OF MARI K DK MliDlCIS. Qh of France, consort ofHeiirylV, and Kegtnt of hV Kingdom under Louis XIII. By SHus Paret.c. Sccmk ctfekxi. ,u . n.:. i London, liSS. AV. T. B. Jb CO. bate also just received -? jw Engl Mi Edition of tbe tMlowhjjr Work: 1. Webster Esryclnprvdia afDtmeaticEcoDotr.i 2. Brande's DictkuMry of Stte ne, latere tar and Art. 8, Ure's Dictionary ot" Arts, M an fa clary, and Mmes. 2 vols. 4. THE SPEECHES of Cbarfes Jawes Fox, CWham, Sberidan, Erskineand Itwka. Wtoh Biogiaphkal Memoirs, Introduction and Explanatory Notes. 2 tufa, wival a va. ch lb. 5. CLARKE'S CONCORDANCE New Ewvkx--CW plete Concordance of Shakesfaie. Wetg imUl index to all the passages in the Dramatic Works ef tW l'.t New and entirely revised editk-a. By Mts. Mary Clark. 1 vol. royal. B. The Utters ami Works of Lady Man Woniery ilon taeu. StcJs. calf. 7. POMPEIANA The Topography, FhSee, and Onu- f ments of Pompeii. By Sir William GU- ?. THE ARABIAN NIGHTS With (00 wood cut. 9. DON QUIXOTE-Iihjsirsted by Tvbkhv Tobannot. 10. BLACK'S, ATLAS OF TIIEWORI.D, iw edit on IiADIES' FANCY DRESS Fl'RS, MT'FFS, VICTORINES, AND tl FKS. LAI)IKS will bear m mind that the largest assortment of ladies, and Mees fUI eve- iu one Store, are now i euiy for evaibit'.ou at tb FUR EMPORIUM of FKAXVI'C" d- irAViUf.rA, No. 23 Pnblic Square. They have taken great pains m 'electing their H:RS !,-r tbe FALL TRADE, and Indies Buy rely liwm getting not -. ing but the jrawiue I-'URS; as we sen no in ,ut, LYNI.Y, BADGERS, stone and nx-k M vRTIN. . i seti FI1CII. JENNETT, and CONV. oVr VICTORINtM and CUFFS. SWANSDOWN and KKVIINE iwctw. Wristlet and Capes; to which we invite the eariivst M'eriti. n ot the Ladies. FRANCISCO U'HITMW Hat, Cap, aud Jr'nr Store. n. Inbl:c Sqtia-? AGAIN ZENS "WE WOULD INVITE Ol'B CITI and STRANGERS. VISITING and passing through the Citv. to call and rxaaiiiie the mufrnitieient and superb MOLESlvIN HATS. manufactured bi FRACfcCO A WHITMAN. No. 2.;, Public Sjuare. Everv style of HEAD ORNAMENTS, can be '.tad .J tbe r "PALACE HAT" STOK". FRANCISCO A- WHITMAN, oct29. '. 0 ' Pobhc Spiare. PARENTS AND GI'AKDIA.NS-Ate inv led t. call and examine llm beautiful aasortn euf of chil dreu'sand infant's Hats and Caps of the latest and most approved styles, which are for sale t th splendid hat es tablisbmcnt of FRANCISCO X Vi H1TM VN oct29 No. S!, PuUic Siuare. rpHE METRIH'OLITAN IIAT.-TlKwe r---' JL who wish a neat and cemfcrtable butta Hat. woniJ do well to call and examiue thwe tMawtiftil Hew styles that we lure just received. FRANCISCO A W 11 IT M A N octiH 2. Public Siiara. kTOTICE. THOMAS C. BI KGE H.kUNU tliis dav nurebxsed an mterert in tlie Hmiw f BEN . M. N)KL A CO , would most respectfully : soltcit lusfnendi and acquaintance to give him a Hit Nashville, Oct. ... THOMAS C. BL RGE. vrOTICE.-H.WING THIS DAY ASSOtlA. X te.1 with us in Ihe Giotwry Bst-ioes. THOU S C. BURGE,our business will be iitlctd as bereuore, un der the style of KEN. JL NOKL A CO. oct29 BKN. M. NOIL AtO biv. u. soil, thos. cleans, a :ra BEN. M. NOEL i CO., Grocers aud Commission, Reeeitiu? nnd FORWARDING JLESCHACTJ, AND DDALSKS IV Foreign a 11 (1 Domestic Liquors, COLLEGE STREET. w1 INES AND LIQUORS.-THItEE HIS- dred bbls 1 eirnd's heensed Wbislty; Uh do Pate's au ae; M du RiAertson county D l Wbi-ky; 40 do Old Mononfabeli do; 2- bbfs old Bourb'n VVItw'jr 5u bk4s Ctmr.wgne 10i dt American Braadr. 2 pipes tloMaad'tiei. do N E Rum; 4u las as-tted (XirJmts; j;.-, du Gin; Sr bWs OW l'ovt Wine 40 rtoSMWine; X !nh pare IVach BraiJt: 5il do Walkers Winter 1 bbls A npk Uraed v. Ale; 20 buXHuek Wiae. 2 half-pipes Madeira and 2 boxes a-srtl brandies; Sherry Wines; ) bwxsrs Claret Win?. 3 y pites Old Brandr; In store and for sale bv oetSS WS M. NOKL A CO. rpOBACCO AND CKiARS. FORTY BXS 1 Gns Joues Tobaecn S) boxas Peter M Bwu's No 1 Tobaeeo; 2i boxes Peter M lli,i'e G,4d Lef Tvbirm: 20 boxes AhHson'n Tobacco; 15 boxes lVroix Tnbae 2T Uies Kennell's d- 1 brtike Sam Worn'. d. 10 boxes YoungABurrill's " 5 boitwS E While's tfc. 20 boxes Missouri do; ft boxes Meed A' Nasi, tt.., 10 boxes It Dailv's d; 1i bwies Keutmky d li boxes Ender's d; Sir boxes Terry's Melee Ci gars; 80 boxes Cuba Six Ci)sr; F-0.0OO Principe Cigars; .riO,uOi Regalia Ctirars; bet brand, ia store ami for a by oct HEN. M. NOW, A CO S17NDRIES.-ONK HUNDRED jVND 11 IT Y bags prime Rio CoQee; Sou bbls St Louis Mill Hwtr. ' I tier; 100 hhds fair tu choice Sugai; S bbls St Lows cily Al.iu 200 bbls Reboiled MoIases; 2 eosks Madder; Iihj bbls Sugardiouse do; 10 Uwca daaware; 100 14 bbls Sugar-hoitfe kc nu bats VHieffar, .sx bbLs No I Kanawa Salt; ti bbU Leaf Su;ar, 100 kegs NaiLs, assorted; s bUi Ir(Ierd ?amr. 20 bbk Ctned Sugar 60 bags CotifeH aces ! cusfcs State. 100 Deimjotins, assorted; f, tierces Rice; ft cenions best Indige; 10 bags Race Ginger; U bags Pejiper; In store and forsale bv SEN. M. NOEL AO oct2! THE BEST OF BOOTS AND SHOES ARS ALWAYS TILS CHEAPEST. kinds of Boolsand Slioes at the shortest nonce and of irui't materials. He bus cow en I and a tarpp; skiek of tbe ubo Darned articles, both heavy ami light, of to ta!el Uslnon, of his own make, which he offers lor Mile at as low prices as the fame quality ran be purchased in the cily. A'l be asks, is to give him' a cull and be convinced that it is u interest of tae buyer to encourage home iiulmtr r. He also makes to order and keeps ou hand a saperinr article ot La- " "u"?. rueranu " dies billies, suitable tor tali aud winter wear. I. S. Re airing done at tite shortest notxe and on r'A sonable terms. w e oet4 -n NEiV ARRIVAL OF GENTS' IVATEIt PROOF BOOTS AND KR0UANS. At Au. 42 CoBrye Sirtri. G1 ENTS' Superior Calf Stitdw.1 Wa(rl'rf Boots; if ' - ' I'eggel " " " . " " (rkSo(iI " 1 Kip " EXTRA SIZED DOUBLE SOLED NBHRO BOOTS " " Brfans, of all qualities, at very I tw prices foreaeb, Lr oct2K fiw KAMAtiK a CHURCH. KICHAED 0. CURREY, CHEJHST AND DRUGGIST, 2G. S." Vntnn ttreei, XithrU!'. TTAVING purcliased Ihe entire interest in Ihe firm uf ijL uurrev x jianiu, wm cwiutHie iw ihuj iicmi NESS in this city, and hopes that strict aHetm to business and the purity and nftnntettttf bis stock wiH ensure bin. a liberal share of public patronage. He expects in a few daia to receive hfs FALL SUPPLIES of CHOICE CHEMICAI-. FRESH DRUGS and I'l RE MEDICINES, together with the iHtuI rarielr of ittt-'t, Oi!, I'nrniiAf, (ilastinireand Fancy artiele 1st tbe w J. itle and cil.y retail trade. ortS-tf -XTOTICESUBSCRIBERS TOTHE PRES i. BYTERIAN HERALD, at Iiuisville, Ky, are intorui ed that tbe undersigned is an authorized agent for that pa per. Now is the lime to pay iu advance, and save bftv cents. CHARLES W.SMITH, ' oct23 College st., near Union. "r YE FLOUR. RUSSELL 4 BOND,54, IX Bread Street, havejost received an eicelleat arucla ef It YE FLOUR, bolted and unbolted, cava si ?;v, , , irV-iTijaiaaW fa fix i.-s- iai 1 1 - arr-- -V for the first de- j JLOUU oct3 reUbg.tTVic-the latteries MlWMataa-ai.iai imnii A , "IT, tt alt