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J. L. BLXG, , O. IC.U1TI.N, O.C.TOKBKTT, M. C C. CULKCU, , -J'OHN L. MARLING At COT' ... . nniTORs AND PROPRIETORS. 'QOn:EmpxpFxc: j Washisuton Crrr, Nov. 1, 185.J Editors of Hit Nashville UnwtCqnd Snerirtqi: TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. SUNATE.-SIoia.WO Sior. v ! Judiciary : jA. bill to amend an act entitled an actjto inctjr- , ? Tcesuay, Nov. S: pontic tho Uiwasee" and Cualdiot-LMinfe Com- . j k JV.? V 2, 4 I Mr. J osus, from the Judiciary Committee, recUm- I TO read U.ircTUinc and passed. - Ziel Sd .taito toBM ended-the parage of the. bill authorizing the f A bill for Uie benefitorLe.vvi3countyj.read.ithkd lltT&J. ?i V IJrt'nrrvtttf-A. ' .v. 7 . ' . and contributions by other Scientific Gentlemen. I- egantly niustrated. .WEDNESDAY MORNING HONiSTY AND CONSISTENCY JOURNALS. The Nashville True Whig a day or two ago con tained the following paragraphs : Sc-zkxs, Looto it. Here Is a seulimeni interred by ihBwMaretie Wosliingtoii Sentinel, .which will find a rapea'fe in the hearts of thousands -and tens of thousands cftruoVsried Southerners irrespective of Jul". Let the SuutUJitaritas an appeal to her .honor: -It 5vere--Krse than ingratitude Tor .Southern men and Southern pro-res to join in the cry that has beeu raised tg Just DicKjiSou, HhONSON, aud O'Counor. It smiles us totbejbeart to hear ne word of reproach against them from a SHthrn in. Abu-, vilifv, strike down these, our defenders?- Ne.rer." Thlg..'? -fame True J17..y,in Ajirillast, contained the following: ExECcnve Arpou.ru -nu. The New York Giurirr ant Snqtfrtf.oflii? 9lh, says, on the authority of it- Washing ton -correspondent . "Chief, Jmtice Uboxson" has teen enchrmed as Collector far tiio Port of Ne " l orK, in place ol the linn. Daniel :s, fiff' r: - ...v. - . - ...IS . I . - - ... - . . - I . . . . .iirrlini--- .... .r-i-I ,&- "I Ttr TTJr'Y"! rVT I InlPiVf 1TY1A mi fftl.lfrni I Tt f l-i -v I srr rm 9 tti nn hn " UAILUOAUt'tlOHNASUViWiliTO K.S0.V1II.E l lo JZEGUL.IK Miiuwiun itUtu;ESRONDEXCE.m JU.-.-).ia uni., . """ " "- wuiuimvcj uu IMPORTANCE. Messrs, Eiiitocs The subject matter of -this com liiuiiieution is one which on'lit to einraire tlie earn eat and serious attention of theneopie of this State:' Thc Turkish declaration of war has beeu nub- , 'T ..r'to"" thr, 7, ..,-;,i.."i.,. Cm.vtrf.inre -rTHshedin fall Omar Pacha lias summoned Gortscha- ' mmtv nf Mnnt-nmprv to take stock in the Mpm- : lime and referred to the Judiciarv Committee. . this road, and at another time bv your permission, I koff to evacuate the PrmcipalitiW in Jlftsen days.t plusaDd Clirtsville railroad, and for ether purposes , The House thra adjourned until half past nine to -ay more as to the nracticnlilUi the nrtrssitii "P0lyi;e penalty ol being attacked by.U;e forceaun- 1' l"" . ,- --- B. J. NOV-9.I853.-4- --Si-.S2P-ir s 'e J'iwi"'V.e -"ii r A-iifc..' i . ; - r " ifi-. Joses, Trom the same committee, recommend- - THE TURK r- T ' . : and the vtUitytf i,a construction, remarking now, derTnlcomman.l. W ar is now tnev.table, and the pJ of ,he bi1 10 amentl the homestead . Jl'-TroitWiad Pacin,-Ten Mile 1 that from-ac'tual surveys of tlie mountain region, it DPWa wituin tnenexc ten aays wiijjn-obably mtorm j, fter a long discussion and the rejection of ; Race for 3io(wo Unparalleled Speed and Uottom of i-a-certainedtliatinthewholedi?tancejio)(icZ.H- . "3 1 the skinnLsiung ol out-posts. Irortfichakott : Tiumerotis amenamcnw, uie oui was rejecieu. ni h nn.liLUholi-VH.1 il,.twiihm,t.li. I replied to the TnrUL-li summons that he had no now- 1 'Hie Wii to incorporate u: . ..... ...j..... - - . 4. ' , ...... , , 1 er to commence iiosunue?, maice jieace, or evacuate the Princfpalitiesf he, therefore, refused to do either, . . The permanent passions of the Russian people, NEW BOOKS. NEW PUBLICATIONS. CLOLSTR LIFE Ol CIIAJTXES'V. - T. liERItV & CO. Tijare rccentlr received - THECLOISTER LIFE OP OHARLLS TUB- Flf Tn Br illiam Slerlin?. author. .f "Aaunbuf lha Artiit ut Spain." t OF TIIE WHIG Ijeiviey - - " Or. the JkndedTwi-. riea-ant Pages lor Yoiius People ; Or, Books ot Home Education and Entertainment. Br verging much from the true course, tlie summit of the mountain can be attained at a grade not exceed- ; ing jijUj fett h the mile. j ItJ- true, and strane"as trup. that while the . ihborin" State- aware of the importance of ' wnicn nna prompt and corresponding expression Tip connecting with the greatPaciGc road. are planning and constructing Railroads for that purpose, Ten nessee wiA greater natural advantages than any of them, and situated in the very track that nature seems to have marked out between die East and West, is inactive, and making no effort to form a link in the great chain, which is to connect the two oceans. "Why is this? It will not do to say in this I ilay ol progression that all ha3 been done that can ou this subject almost always in the Government; cherish as a holy idea the conquest of the Ottoman empire, or at least of Constantinople and a great' portion of country contiguous to it. It is the ad dition of multitudes to the sway of the Greek Church. It is tlie augmentation of national power. This cherished idea is a sad delusion; but it is a fixed fact. It is not consistent with the spirit of the Christian religion, yet is nurtured in its name. Dickinson, who una declined loe appointment. Judge ltrontoiijs regarded here as a political 'Fiiisil neither lUrdfjiBttSoft. Th appointment p!eae nobody, neither does itd:s deawanvUxiy. The Youn? America whicrs reeard it its an iiidiOith.n mat-Alarcr is restored to favor, ana a sert.lhat "i'ogyiiin" rules the Administration." t. We" ask a candid public to notice these extracts end to draw their own inference. AVe point them only to the fact, that when Unoxsos was appointed, tlie True vhj endorsed a statement that he was -'fa fossU-neitl.er hard nor soft whose appoint ment pleased nuktdy." Rut as soon as he quarrels with the administration, this very same True Whig is equally prompt to endorse the claim of Bko.vson upousontliern gratitude! Was there ever a strong- . t vr. 'illustration of insincerity and hvpocrisy! No- j . wonder the southern people laugh to scorn the ef t 'IbrlSjOf preiea vv hich thus daily stultify themselves! f 'JJKissos and O'Connor have both been as . iinnpli abused by thw Southern Whigs as any other Politicians in New York. They are praised now, ' because it is hoped by the whigs that they are cbout to prove traitors to their own party. There's tire secret, democratic reader! In relation to this charge of ingratitude by the South, in connection with the fight now going on in New York, by men who to use tlie dignified language which the True Whig regularly employs r . once a week arc "pigging together in the same tmJde bed" with W. If. Scwabu and Horace Greeley, because Southern Democratic presses do not choose to join Mtts. Rkono.v, Dickinson & Co., in their war upon the administration; because the Beroocratir jwlitieiain and voters of the South refuse to espouc the miurel of disappointed office seekers in the North e would ask, adopting tlie language of the Unvun-iJi Georgian h Giikexk C. Eronso.v a better national Democrat a better 'friend of the Constitution, a better friend of tlie South than Franki in PirRrr? Could Fraski.in Pierce liavc received the vote of any Southern . State with such evidence of his freesoilism as is contained in Bcoxon's letter of 1S4S? Weundtr-z-tand Pjerck's whole lift- to have been a war upon nbolition. We w Brcx in the eventful crisis of . 1848 addressing wonls of encouragement full -aid and comfort to the Free Soilers! Is thr-re -.then any reason why, when Bronson makes war upon Pierce, Southern D.-niocrats should take p irt with him against the President? Is there any portion ol the Democracy of Ncw Ycrk, hard or soft, who, going back through long year?, can show a fairer leeord than the granite pe mocracy of New Hampshire? If, then, we find "a Democratic faction in New York, on one side, and the oft weighetl and fucer-fomnl-vunting De mocracy of Concord on the other, are we not at liberty to say which party duill lave our svnma- I thies? But we have something further to add. Pierce's rnemie3 are not alone tie New York lards. They are the whole body of Southern and Northern AVhigs: tle 2w'ip, the organ of Seward, and the Htprtse, the organ of Filiaioiie, are just as bitter in their hostility to the President as the Xdtioiml Dentoa-af, the organ of Buo.nox. Be it known, once for all, that the Southern De mocracy will at no man's bidding join in a war Which, if successful, must is-tie in the overthrow ol a JJemocralie, and the instalment of a Whig, probably a Sewarp, aJuiitiUr.Kinn. Should the Democracy of the South unite with Dickinson, the lesult might indeed be a drtraptiou of the Dem ocratic jmrty, its permanent division into two par tiesbut it couM not be the election of Dickinson t the Presidency. The- Wlu'ij.s would be brought Vito pwer with W. H. Sswaci at their head" a consummation that we are neither prepared to wish nor work for. be done, that a central way is not necessary, that j n tne wlrs J''tert of a century and a lialf be- routulabout roads will answer the purpose, that the tlie State will afford no aid, or that a. fraction of in dividual interest is opposed to taxation for Railroad improvements; a more-enlarged view of the subject should engage the public mind; the home benefits (as I hope to show) would recompense, an hundred fold tlie whole cast of the structure; the advantages of direct intercommunication with all parts of tlie Union would be incalculable, and redound to the welfare and glory of the State, for all time to come. Thus far, the only roads that have been chartered (and are now being built) have no central approach ment, they -will not pass through ten counties in the State; the whistle of the locomotive will hardly have ceased before our borders are cleared, and however advantageous they will no doubt prove to be, an examination of the map of the State will show, that for direct or central communication from one extremity of the State to the other, they cannot be made available. Wherea", a continuous line of Railroad throughout the length of the State (as neat central as possible) would pass through nearly one third of the counties in it, develope tlie treasures of a country which now are locked up for want of means of transportation, enhance tlie value of every description of propert', Increase the population, open new markets for trade, better the condition of the people, and tend greatly to add to its political importance, by making this the great highway between tlie North and East and South-west; for it must be conceded that from the North-eastern sea board to the Mississippi River, and thence to tlie . Pacific coast, the most practicable and favorable route, (all tilings considered) is that which passes through "Virginia and Tennessee. The road between Knoxville and the Virginia line is under contraet; a charter lias been granted for the Mississippi and Nashville road, the President's report is favorable as to its progress, and it is now for the Legislature to complete the connection by granting a charter for a road from Nashville to Knoxville. Tims perfecting an unbroken chain from our western boundary to the Atlantic sea ports, and uniting advantangeously with the main tnmk of the Pacific road, should it be located South of Missouri, which is more than prob able. It is no time to speculate about the wars and means to construct this work, let that be for the future. If a liberal charter be granted, the enter prise has too much intrinsic merit, to long escape the attention of capitalists. "While other States are working vigorously to grap the benefits which will arise from direct communication with California, will Tennessee with all her advantages, with an airline route, westward to the Pacfic, make no ef fort to effect the same object? Home. caufohxia coitnrspoxDrxcE. A pidre loves diniru a well us other folks A Murderer in Court California Wives N'os. 1, 2, 3, 4 Aid to .the Jjufl'eriug Souora Expedition. San Francisco, Sept. 25, 1S53. Editors Union iV American: Not having inter esting intelligence to impart, I will hastily jot down items illustrative of the seamy side of California life. Tnc Common Schools or New England. By the last official returns of th public .vhooU in the six New England S;ates, the whole number of pu pils in attendance during the yvar was G41.D8S. Tho wholecos-t of instruction for the year was 055,181. In Vermont the average cost of each pu pil was $2 22; in Maine SI .'54: in Connecticut SI 85; in Rhode Island 1 fit. Iu Massachusetts the law lequirea each town to raise by tax at least Si 50 per child between fiw and fifteen years of a, as it condition of receiving a share of the in come of the State f-ehool fuml All tlw towns com plied with this condition lan year, and ISO towns raised double the sum thus specified. The amount oxpeuded in Massachusetts !uit year for each child baiw een lite ages above named was S4 54. GovnmiKNT Find?. The published statement of the Treasmicr of tlie United States, shows that there i3 .subject to his draft near twenty-six millions of do&irs. Ol this there are nearly eight millions at New Yoifc, three millions in Boston, eight and a half millions in Philadelplu'a. and the balance in the various commeicial cities. What other government is io rich in funds and free from debt? Almost all other governments havotroulle to raise money, but our trouble is to know what to do with our iiupliis. E2? It is understood that ex-Collector Brousou will claim tbout $1,000 as his share of penal duties collected during his brief administration. This, fidded to $3,000 salary, and ordinary fees, makes S7.000 for stix months s-ervicci! What a nattern I'ev'd Father Fontaine, the padre who assisted recently in the ceremony of lighting Lola Montez' second or third torch of Hymen, absconded two weeks siuce with $30,000 of church funds. A few days ago, in the Recorder's Court, I look eel into the calm, cold, blue eyes of the murderer (C. K. Drew) of Dr. Gillis, of Cincinnati. Jeal ousy caused him to kill, without a moment's warn ing to the unfortunate victim of his pent up passion. Drew has a pale, fair face, auburn hair, and a gold en, saint-like beard. Through an open window he gazed for one hoursteadily at tlie heavens, regard less ol tlie examination sealing his fate. He mar have been asking God to forgive him, man dare not It evidently appears there was no real camp for the rash act. California contains a great many Othello's, a few Besdemona's, and plenty of lago's. The following occurrences I have noted in the past two weeks. As they aro of California Wives, I am conipplled, from a strict sense of dutw, to num ber and classify them. No. 1. Forcivino ntrr not FoncEirri Mrs. Dalev complained before the Recorder that her ' husband, while drunk, had whipped her. Hi3 Hon or ordered him to be imprisoned until the wife should call for him. He remained iu prison all day and aportion of the night, and just before bed-time she called and released him. No. 2. Beluoerents. Mr. and Mrs. JoniN scp crated, by mutual consent, two months ago. They met a few davs since in the street Mr. JoniN called Mrs. J. a , whercupou she seized his cane and belabored him soundly. Policemen ar rested them. They appeared in the Recorder's Court aad every oue considered that she was real ly a heroine to perform such a feat, from the fact she was evidently in the "situation wives love to be who love their lords." Nos. 3 and 4. Deserters. Two brothers (Me chanics) married two respectable Yankee girls. Not being able to adorn them with jswels, sills, laces linens, anc all the ePceleras of "fast" women in this country, they became dissatisfied, left their homes, evidently for the gold, regions. The husbands be gan and continued the "love chase" for several days, and found them keeping house in Nevada City. Only a few words were said. The husbands returned to this city and filed bills for divorce. twecit Turkey and Russia, I have found myself taking sides with Russia; and as I still think with good reason. Turkey began to decline from tho great battle of Zenta in the year 1C97, iu which Prince Eugene of Savoy defeated the Turkish forces with the slaughter of 12,000, and wounded and prisoners 20,000. The trumpet of the sixth angel Revelations, ch. vi-3 which sounded an alarm to tlie nations and loosed the four angels bound in the great river Euphrates, and which were pre pared for an hour, and a day, and a month, 'and a year terminated its immediate effects at that bat tle. This was the period in which the Turks were to prove a fearful annoyance, and scourge to Christ endom. After that the Turkish power, though formidable, was gradually to decline until extin guished totally. The facts of history tally -with this prophetic prediction. The period above desig nated"comprehends a year (in their case) 3G5days A Month, - - 30 ADay, - - . - - 1 An Hour. - Days - 306 which beiug, according to the symbolic language of prophecj', a day for a year, makes three hundred and ninety-six years and fifteen days. The suc cessful onset of the Turkish and the Greek empire began in the year 1301, as history records, conse quently the termination of that trumpet which sounded over Christendom, an alarm of the de structive character of Turkish doctrine and hostili ties about to 'be let loose on nominal Christendom for its apostaey prove that true religion, in many respects, occurred at the battle of Zeutas iu 1C97, The Ottoman empire has declined ever since. The tiibu of this morning graphically and truthfully describes its condition in the following terms arti cle, leader "The Eastern Question Intecritvof the Ottoman Empire." '-The ostensible object of Great Britain and France in their present inter vention between Russia and Turkey is the preser vation of the Ottoman empire. At this day to speak of the integrity and independence of the Sublime Porte is to talk little better than sublime nonsense. For a long series of years the Ottoman empire has been constantly and consistently disintegrated. Province by province, and principality by principal ity have been cut away from it Its most impor tant routes of commerce have been seized and held by enemies. Its rivers have been closed up; its seas quarantined by hostile forces, whilst its rem nants are left wandering in Asiatic fatalism, kissin tho earth, leaving to Mecca, anil mourning a faint farewell to the glouts of Selim and Solyman. - To speak of this plundered and dismembered shadow of an empire as an integral thing -as an empire may do very well for those who desire to prolong tne deception, nut cannot impose onanj who study history for its truths, or respect the English lan guage." To turn from these topics to the current politics of our own country, the Union of yesterday -has this dessrved notice of Col. Davis extracted from tlie Philadelphia Argus : "The political Union iu Mississippi i? mainly due her distinguished son, Jefferson Davis, and "is an emphatic endorsement of tlie policy of the President Tlie whole career of Mr. Davis, as a citizen a Sol dier, a Senator and a member of the Cabinet, have made him near and dear to the people of the Union. The gratitude we owe to him for hi gal lantry on the bloody fields of Buena Vista, their re spect for his firmness and eloquence as a Senator. No names will shine brighter upon the pages of American history thantliat of the brave Missis sippian, Jefferson Davis." Sulpicic?. Railroad Comnanv. passed second reading.. Mr. Hall, for Mr Benton, absent from indisposi tion introduceda bill for the benefit of the Tennes see Central Railroad Company: Passed first read ing. Mr. Jones, from the Judiciary Committee, recom mended the rejection of the bill to repeal an act passed 2Gth February, 1852, relative to the settle ment of the estates of deceased peVsons. The bill was rejected. . . The Senate took a recess until half-past two o'clock. SENATE AnutNOOX Session. Mr. Jones, from the Judiciary Committee,- recom mended the passage of the bill to declare the pow ers of the county courts in the administration of es tates in certain particulars. Mr. Farquuarson offered an amendment, con sisting of an additional section; and, on his niation, the bill and amendment were referred to the Judi ciary Committee. Mr. Jones, from the same committee, recom mended the passage of the bill to amend the" prac tice in the Supreme Court. Mr. Farqcharson moved to strike out the 2d sec tion of the bill; which motion was rejected, and the bill passed on its second reading. Mr. Nixon presented the report of the Lawrence burg Bank; -which was laid on the table, and ordered to be printed The. Senate adjourned until 10 o'clock, to-morrow. S.P.NC05tBI. DOT? Illustrated. . the Winning Horse. rsovrae sr. r. Hta.uu, xov. 2d., , A ten mile race for $10,0Q0, between ch. g. Prince, (trotter) and g, g. Hero, (pacer)- came oil" j yesterday afternoon, at the Centrevtlle Course, and was witnessed by fiom six to eight thousand spec-"j. rt. ,v ,, i,t, ; ..i ri, trJir Tf,J ,w Co.-TThe Great Citie of the AVorU, For sale by TOON 4 RUTLAND. GREAT CITIES. of honesty Judex Bronron is that he rivta ., 11 ,s Wlth deeP re?ret wu Ilear of the alarmin ; mortality irom lie; this for conscience sake. Cotton Cuoi-s in Upper Oeohria. AVe aro as sured by our rarn-ers (ayS ,1,0 C.ville Standard,) that the late frost has cut oil' the (,, ,-roj, aL least one-fouith. Throughout the up-country the cotton wr revrral weeks later iu ope ning 'than usual wind,, with the killing fn,M, will ,ake the crop fall target of what wa? anticipated. The Oect we think, will be the rise of cotton to a rea- ouaoie price. 0 would advise our ft to sell at the present low rates. iarniers not f" The New Orleans True Delta j-., that the unappropriated moneys "in the Tien.uiT of tho Howard Association, at this lime, are represented as amounting to the lage sum cS one hundred thousand do!hr." Tho True ZMU recommends that this surplu- be spent in, eejarging tlie Charity Hospital. tss jvciuuci.y wilt soon have to elect a United Slatoe. Senator to. the scat now occupied by Mn Dixon, whoe tern, expires. That gentleman beinC in very ill health, announces that he will not be a candidatcfor. rev-election; and the Kmtiuky papers say that the choice of his' successor will lie between, Mr. CRrmsptN and Mr. Robertson. at iu the North, and 3'ellow fever in tlie South: terrible .J, "As if (he day of fire had dawned, and sent Its deadly breath into the finnamenU" San Francisco will never turn a deal ear to suf ferers of the pestilence iu New Orleans. Relief meetings have been called, and a handsome sum bids fair to be collected from our generous citizens. T'p to the present date (Stptemler 'Joth,) the sub scriptions amount to $12,000. A portion of the Sonora Expedition -will leave here on the 1st October, to be followed by the re mainder of the Regiment on the 10th. The whole under command of Colonel Wm. Walker, of Nashville. -Mr. m. H. Mooke, of Nashville, home this day, via Nicarau. I shall not have the pleasure of writing to you again from California, but will do so from a foreini WASHINGTON 1TEM& Washington, Tuesday, Nov. 1. Government this morning received voluminous despatches from Commodore Perry, giving a de tailed account of his visit to Japan. There are indications that a bitch of removals at Boston will be announced, but the names and other particulars of general interest ana importance arc refused to all papers except The Union. The Star positively asserts that James Gordon Ben nett's application for tlie French Mission is on file in the State Department Commander Downing will be Court Martialed on his return to the United Statesfor aiding in the escape of Commodore Coe, in opposition to the wisnesoi me .argentine tlepntjuc. Secretary Marcv, on behalf of the President, has written to Commodore Ingraham, approving of Ins j conduct in tho Koszta affair. Rumor says that Mr. Marcoletta will not be re ceived by Secretary Marcy as Minister from Nic aragua. A Sailor s Gratitcde. A seaman named Black has been discharged from the Leander, 50, Captain King, the lucky fellow having come Into a fortune, j it is said, of i.'G0,00O. Durin-' the fitting nf tli I ship, and since his return to this port, Jack was fre- j iiucuuy mi minute oi me excellent estaonsument the Deveuport Sailors' Home, anel being not less wayward thau others of his class, Lieut Barnard, the master, had frequent occasion to place the sailor under restrictions as to his expenditure, and this saved him from the waste of his hard earnings, for which, in his reasonable moments, he was always thankful. On hearing of his -ood fortune, Jack poceeded to hisfrieud at the Home, announced the fact, and solicited Lt. Barnard to become his future guide, and protector of his money, offering him, at the same time, commaud of a yuclit, which it was his determination to keep, with a salary of X500 a year. The Lieutenant hesitated, but, ou Jack's earnestly urging his request, at hut consented, sta ting, at the same time, that he should be quite con tent with half the proffered income, if it were Guar anteed lor three years. A bara-aiii nhmm struck, a lawyer brought, and HOUSE Moaxixo Session. Tcesdav, NoV. S. The House met pursuant to adjournment. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Wuilten. Mr. Brown presented a memorial from a portion of the citizens of Btount county, against the sub scription by that county of stock- in Railroads, &c Mr. Mabrt, of Knox, presented a petition on the subject of the East Tennessee University, by Sam'l. Martin; read and referred to the committee of.Edu cation and Common Schools. Mr. WnEELER introduced a bill to amend an act, passed January 27, 1852, entitled an act, to perfect and quiet land titles, &c; read, passed and referred. Mr. Herd introduced a bill to incorporate the Knoxville and Nashville Railroad Company; read, passed and referred to the Internal Improvement Committee'. Mr. Buxlen introduced a bill to amend an act, entitled an act, for the protection of poor persons, passed Oct 2fi, 1831. Mr. Wheeler introduced a bill to amend tlie char ter of the Lexington and Knoxville Raidroad Com pany; passed and referred to die committee on In ternal Improvements. Mr. Wheeler introduceda bill to amend an act en titled an act, to establish a system of Internal Im provements; read, passed and referred. "Mr. Clements introduced a bill to incorporate a College in Memphis; read and passed first time. Mr. Wood, of Fentress, introduced a bill to ini prove the navigation of Big South Fork; read, passed and referred to the committee on Internal Improve ments. Mr. Williams introduced a bill to incorporate the Elk River Manufacturing Company; read and passed first time. Senate bill, No. , to amend the charter of the Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad; read third time and passed. On motion the House took a recess of five min utes, preparatory to meeting in convention. The convention met and took up the election of Attorney General for the Sixth Circuit, which was postponed until to-morrow; anel the Senate return ed to their chamber, and House resumed business. Mr, Irwin introduced a bill to prescribe the duties of Registers and for other purposes; read, passed and referred. Mr. Farinoton introduced a bill to pay the own er of slaves, executed for crime one half their value; read first time and passed. Mr. Wood, of Hardeman, introduced a bill to amend an act to establish a system of Internal Im provements, passed day of ; read, passeil and referred to tlie committee on Internal Improve ments. Mr. Brown introduced a bill to subrogate parties injured to the rights of obligees in certain cases; read first time and passed. Mr. Stewart introduced a bill to replace the tax on the Fair View place, in Sumner county; read first time anil passed. fine, tlie atmesphere. dear, cool, and bracing the track in most excellent order and, in fact, every thin' T.'as in favor of the horse, for speed. They both appeared in superb condition, and capable of going the ten miles with case, llvw was the fa vorite, and one hundred to c ghty and a hundred to seventy five wore staked on himiu very large sums, probably to the nmoiint of fbrty or fifty thousand dollars. The hoises went in" harness, carrying 1C5 lbs., the trotter being driven by Hiram Woodruff, and the pacer was handled by George Spieer. At tlie time appo'nted to start (2 P. M.,) the horses made their appearance on tin? track, and were soon after called up bj the judges lor the race. They were started at six minutes be-foro three o' clock, thepacer liaving the pole, and leading round the first turn On the back stretch be waited for the trotter, and let him take sides with him, it be ing apparent at this early stage that Spieer did not intend to go any faster than tlie trotter would make him, at the same time keeping the trotter on the outside all the way round, thereby making him go a greater distance in the race. They lay side and side until they reached the lower turn, when the trotter fell in behind Hero, and waited until he reached straight work on the homestretch, where he drew out, anel the horses came to the score with the hubs of their wheels as close together as it was possible to get them without touching. The first mile was done in 2:4 k Leaving the stand on the second mile, the trotter struck his quarter and broke up, losing a length or so, but trotted the faster after he recovered, and was yoked again with the pacerat the quarter pole. The pace of both horses now became accelerated, and it was evident that Hiram intended to force his ad versary to a breakdown, believing that his horse would prove the longest liver. Spieer kept the pa cer in hand, and wou id not go any faster than he was absolutely compelled to. The trotter again fell in behind on the lower turn, and again made a brush up the homestretch, coining to tho score, head to head. The time of this mile ua3 2:30. On the third mile, Woodruff put on more steam round the turn, which compelled the pacer to add a little more pressure to hi3 boiler; and away .they dashed round the upper turn and down the back stretch at a killing pace. Hiram, instead of drop ping back on the lower turn, as he had previously done, kept hisliorse up at the. top of his speed, and ised every effort to take the lead. The pafce'r still had a little left, whiever ' he wa3"ealled 6a, and they carne up to the stand yoked, Hiram exclaim ing as he passed there, "I've got him, sure!" The time was 2:33";. The gray was opened as he left the.scpre on, tlie fotith mile, and he drew1 aWay from 'the' trotter a lew lengtlis on the upper turn; but tliere was no let up for him. The'troticr was evn with him again at the quarter pole.' and without falling off in the slixhtet:t, forced Ymn oawanl. On the lower turn the pacer again dashed away from the other; but he was coltered again before he reached' the homestretch, and an exeited struggle ensued to the score, the two passing there side and sid., making the mile in 2:39. Both nags now began to show the effect of the speed at whieh they had Ieen going; but as it was a "do or die" affair with the trotter, he kept up his speed, and, in imitation of the engineers on board I the steamers on the Western rivers, whenracn', Hiram had fastened down the safety valve, deter mined to beat or burst. This was the fifth mile, and instead of falling off, the horses went the fas ter. They hung together side and side all the way round, and crossed the score in 2:37, with as much apparent vior a? previously. On the sixth mile the trotter became the favorite. Any amount was offeied on him, without takers, lie took the pole on the upper turn, in spite of Spi cer's efforts to force the pacer onward, and the lat ter began toshowsymptoms of distress. He strug gled on; but tlie trotter opened the gap at every stride. It was now evident the affair was uear a close. At tlie halt' mile pole tlie trotter was fifty yaids in front, without the slightest abatement to his speed; but on the lower turn Hiram let hint up, aud took it more moderately up the homestictuh, crossing the score in 2:40, having peeformed the six miles in 15:55. an average of less than 2:40 du ring tlie six miles. When the pacer reached the score, it was evident that he had given it up, and KVWT. B. & Go.havoaUoJuM rceeired i 1-iluiTy'sliand-Book ffiryoin. -2.!urray Uand-BoWftrftanc. C. Mcrrar's Hand.Rmri: fertile C4iMnt. f 1 4.iMuiray'a Hand -Bonk for Shutfiern Oerarany: 6. .Murray's lUnd-Bnelc for Nsrtttern Know. r .6. Murray's Hand lWc for Befeiom and the Rhine. 7. Murray's-Hand-Uoot f Lend,. & Hand'IJooksfSfaimhandFww Shonlsof Fa - i : Tn tl.&t f TT .-.I in ths.?. Ttaalitlnn nrnKmrnncr ltit r 6 .;ti. nfEr' afr!..nd A,pr,v. With Minr- f fc"rJon Bamngteo s SketcWi Tr.r.t ! t ai e ! Snenffs in certain cases; read first time and passed. exdtin;. racei as long as it lasted, was never seen. The trotter was then stopped to a very slow gait, as it was unnecessary to drive him up to his speed any longer, and he was walked and jogged for tho next three miles, his owner having a wager of $500 that he would perform the tenth mile in less than three minutes The time of the seventh mile was 5:08, the eighth GdC, .id the.uihtn G:19;,bul he was let out on coming to tin score, and started to a bond entered into that the agreement mijrht assume a leiral form .mil Lieut, Barnard has left with his sailor friend for Leith, to be present at the installation of the luckv 1 rea tlI-tl time and passed. . .. i i . . - , . -f ,1 , iai in jus uewiy amiureu possession. fitmonth -1lr- iticiiAituson uiuveu Mail. Mr. Morris, of Wayne, introduced a bill on the subject of changing the location of county roads: read first time and passed. Mr. Lamb introduced a bill to authorize the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court at Sommerville, to appoint a deputy; read first time and passeil. calendar taken up. Resolution to fix a day to elect a Register and Entry Taker for the Ocoe District; received and passed. A resolution directory to the Judicary Committee: laid on the table. A resolution directory to the Committee on Banks: adopted. A resolution directory to the Judiciary Commit tee; amended and adopteel. A. resolution fixing the times of meeting for the House amended and laid on the table, and or. motion the House adjourned until 2 o'clook, P. M. HOUSE Evenino SoIon The House met pursuant to adjournment, and took up House resolution proposing to furnish the Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court at Sum mer -ille with reports of the Supreme Court read and indefinitely postponed. a Mr. Smith, of Davidson, introduced a resolution proposing to require the Secretary of State to fur- i nish the Internal Improvement" Com-nittee with , mans, &c, rule suspended and resolution adopted. 1 On motion of Mr. Buford the House took up ' Senate resolution fixing this day to elect a Juih'e , for the ninth circuit resolution amended by fixing j Monday, the 21st, as the day read and adopted. jn motion tne iiouse tooic a recess ol live min utes preparatory- to meeting in convention. The convention met and preceded to the election of Attorney General for the fifth judicial circuit. The names of R. S. Curren, of Rutherford, and James L Sccdder, of Bedford, being put in nomina tion, on the first call Mr. Curren received 2G and Mr. Scl'ddei; 57 votes, whereupon the President of the convention declared James L. Sccdder to be duly elected Attorney General. , BILLS ON THEIR THIRD RE.VDI.NC. A bill to change the line between Monroe and McMinn counties read third time and passed. A bill to give W. J. McClelland the further time of two years to finish his turnpike road. A bill to change the timeof holding the Chanceiy Court at Sparta read. A bill to repeal an act passed 2Gth February. loon .1 ... , . ' aoo, trivin'T to tne tauzens privilege of filincr bills in Waynesboro. Mc Morri lay the bill on the table, cone. A bill to repeal an act passed and lor other purposes; read A bill to repeal all laws lation to the upstream navigation on Elk river above tho the town of Elkton, and for other purposes; of important erents. By John Frost, L. L. D. The Mysterious Parchment; Or, the Satanic License, dedicated to Maine Law Progress. By Iter. Joel Waieman. Pass-ngcs Irom the History or n "WnMed L,U"e. By a middle-aged man. ' Uncle Sam's Pnlnce; Or, The Reigning King. ' Philosophy of Mysterious Agent. ' Human and Mundane; or the Dynamic Law and Rela tions of Man. E. C. lingers. Prof. Sillinmn's Visit to Europe. "This work embodies much new and curious Inform, ation on matter oi Science and Art, and perwjual sketches of eminent Sarans and men of Science. As the matured impressions of the distinguished andreterau author, on re visiting Europe after an interval of nearly 50 years, ifis spe cially interesting and valuable."-'. JS?" The ubore, with a variety of other New Hooks, are for sale by TOON A RUTLAND, norO 41 Union street 1.ETTEU AND CAP PAPER. Double Medium, Packet Post, Glazed Cover, and other Papers. Just received by TOON i RUTLAND, nov9 44 Union street. PUTNAM'S MONTHLYA Magaiine of Literature, Science and Art. The November with preceding numbers for sale by novis TOON A RUTLAND. NEW UOOK Life orCapt Wm. B. Allen, by Dr. W. D. Rowles and A. 0. P. NicboUon; John Randolph, of Roanoke, and other sketches of character, including William Wirt. Russell's Life of C.J. Fox. Living Authors of America. Rudiments of the Arts of Building. History and Rudiments of Achitecture. Jane Seatou; Or, the King's Adrocate. By Junes Grant. For sale by norl . JOHN YORK -ICO. HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEJIUER. Just received by JOHN YORK A.CO. MEDICAL HOOKS. WOODS' PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. New Edition. EUERLE " " " EASTMAN'S " CYCLOPEDIA OF PRACTICAL MEIUCINB. By Forbes, Tweedle, DuDglingsou, Ac 4 vols, imperial Sro.; raised bands and double titles. DEWEES' SYSTEM OF MIDWIFERY. 1vol. 5 to., with plates. DEWEES ON CHILDREN. 1 vol Svo. DEWEES ON FEMALES. 1 vol Sro, with plates. DE LA HECHE'S GEOLOGICAL OBSERVER. Boau , tiful aits. 1 vol Sro. Extra Cloth. t DICKSON'S ESSAYS ON LIFE. SLEEP, PAIN, Ac j 1 vol royal 12ino, extra cloth. DUNGLISON'S PHYSIOLOGY. 2 TolsTrojTth edition, enlarged, with nearly 500 cuts. DUNGLISON'S M EDICAL DICTIONARY. 1 to! royal oro; raised bands; !th edition, much improved. DUNGLISON'S NEW REMEDIES. IvoISto; 7th edi tion, enlarged. DUNGLISON'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. 2 vols Svo; 3d edition. DlNGLISO.YS MATERIA MEDICA AND THERA PEUTICS. 2 vols 8ro; 4th edition, with cuts. DUNGLISON ON HUMAN HEALTH. 1 vol Svo; bound. DRUITTS MODERNSURGERY. New edition, much improved and enlarged. 200 cuts. BARTLETT ON THE FtiVERS OF THE U. S. 3d edi tion. HARRISON'S DENTAL DICTIONARY. HORNER'S"SPECIAL ANATOMY. WILSON'S ANATOMY. MEIGS' SYSTEM OF OBSTETRICS. WILSON'S DISSECTOR. WOODS' UNITED STATES DI3PENSATORS. Theabove, with a large collectionof the Text, Miscella neous and Standard Medical Books, in "lore and for .a!eat low prices by oct-r-tf. F. IIAQAN. LETTER PAPER. F. Hagan is now recelring an unusually large assortment of Letter and Cap Paper. Those wishing to buy good and cheap paper would do well to girj him a call. ct27 F. HAGAN, Market t-t. 10. The Campaign ofWatertoa by Jnnfai. j 1 1, One Ye.tr of Wedltwi hj Mt Qarten. 12. The Bride of Omberg by XwitCarira. 13. Moore's Life of Sheridan. St. 14. IlilJretlus History of tlie Vmtoi Stales. v. - IS. HiMre'h'sTheery of Pohtio. lt. The Crclofwjia nf Pshtical Knowledge, 4r. LIF2 OF'itARIE BE JXZDICIS, W. T. BERRY A: CO., have just received - p THE LIFE OF MAItf K DKMSfHCk1, QoeenofFnu.ee coujort or Henry IV, and Rejrent of the K ngiti m u r Louis XIII. By Miss Par. ."mmiI ed.it.ui, m i j, 'London, 1352. W. T. B. i CO. Inive at-o jut received New English Edition of the fallewnrg Wtk: 1. Webster's Encyctepoedwi of Domestic tconorr.T - Hrandes Didhioiry ofScfaucr, Literature and Art 3. L're's Dictionary of Arts, Mai-Ktre-t and Mines, 2 vols. 4. THE SPKECUKStf Ch.rt,J Fox, Ch.thar Sheridan, Erjltineantl Bwke. Wkk Wographical Memc. ., Introduction and ExBhraaterf Xorw. 2 vols, roval - v ' clitlt . " ' 5. CLARKE'S CONCORDANCE-Niw EDrnox-r -plete Concordance ef ShaVwpwe, feiag a twUI triox t all the passage fa the Dramatic Wort of the Pcef. ew and entirely revised edition. By Mis. Mary f lark. It. royal. 6. The Letters and Work ol Lady JUrr Worttcrr M.a. tau. SveJa. calf 7. PQMPEIANA-T-tToponwpky, Educe", and yj j.. meats of Pompeii. By Sir WiUma OcU. & TUB ARABIAN N 16 UTS With wrod eat 9. DON QULXOTE-HIttsrraltdby Tommv Tobacnf lfl. BLACK'. ATLAS OF THK WQ6LD. new edit on PROCLAMATION. TTTHEREAS. it has pleased Almigh- v ' ' ty God iu ooatmM t Ihe pepl isJvK of our State the boeniiesnf his Ptoti- "2jj&? dence, through another vea.-. He has preserve 1 to c. impaired, our rich mhehtanoe of riril and religior.j r. doru has kept us from w.ir wnhuutaad :uutilt wul. a has guarded us from ptvtitaee und Umiiw- In- causeu e genial alternationsor sunshine and stowt r to fait, m c season, upon ihe bnud acres of owrl imi; thu- tHIinj s homesand storehouses wiiU -bomiaat pnu is ,,n, f r and beast, and has reputed the h uid ..f ti..l and indus' every department with a rich and fuU rtaari , lor a . . which it becomes its as a people fo return t ur thai Him who is th Mttltnr mm! ttopeimrof all g id. t s to'eam coovietioa of tthm truitu, ami in w -..nmi w j .a commendable usape in thw. am' other of ir v-tT Sfa e? I do, thereHe. diMgntte and tt apart TH rlNDATt . t I 24TH DAY OF NUVKMBKK in..Voe rrrei a- . t of THANKSGIVING AND PRAYER, and I do raru-s: invite art the people of Stw Stat- to its demur and . observance as ouch. In testimony wfcetvof J, Aicmvw Jomnox. tiorm- - j tf.e State ef To-ncmoi-, bare hum unto el i,,v .oi; 1 and caused the flra SI of Mid Mate to be affix. at oitiee in NtTi, this Tih dav -f Nun' 1353. ANMU5W JOHNS. By the.OoTernor. W. B. A. Ramsey; Secretary f State. All the papera in the State will pkwe ptW.h (be aL . . in their ertit iwae. not -tj decide the wager flashing off at an astonishing rate oi speeu, wnicn ih? -Kept up throughout the mile, performing the distance in two minutes and thirty nine seconds the srreateit feat ever known. ADLEPIII THEATRE. Second night nf the re-tniagcment ot tho eminent Amer ican tragedian Mr. J. B. ROBERTS, who will appear a SIR'GILES OVERREACH. " Lidy Allwotth Mrs. COLEMAN POPE, WEDESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1S53, Will be acted the Play of A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS. To conclude with tie favorite Farce of DEAD SII07. AUCTION SALS OF 9S0CBSIE BY MORRIS & STRATTON. ATE will tell in front of o.ir s'ore, on Monday , y next, toe I4th November, l lor ca-h By hbds prime brown Sugar, l.t last Course ,i 100 bai Extra B<. Con-, K". do Medium d,'. IfiO bhU choice I'd Motuses; . v bbls Olu.. kU.-. 50 bbls loaf, crtuh'd and pow i' " Pike's M gu.4j j dered Sugar; " Teun. -w llhL 50 casks sup Carb Soda; 3 " ouilin, Riv t S5 boxes Bar Soap; Moooog Whis.v; 23 do Sterch; .", bbls Braudv, Giu c 2.'. do TaKwr CartdU; Kuir.; 2 do Tobacco. Tar br'nds;! t bbN. Mai an I F .rt . Tegether nitb Indigo. Madder, !'eppr. ..-.e, l Brinistone, Alum, Blacking Green !, Brms, Ac We invite thaatfcatKK ef dealers g i.era.n .ott i a as we are detenaiued tosett wilhuni nr-rr- -"VS .M KUJS A -1 ilAT O . HO'J t r ROLLS KVKKV MORNING AT uovS R. A . MXOS Lsls Pitf. The following is a summary .of, the aflidi: 'Tcesdav, Xov. I. Match, Si 0,000", ten miles in harness. H. WoodrmT named ch. g. Prince, (tiotter)., O. Spieer uamej g. g. Hero, (pacer) :44 out, I .1 r?7 to; First mile... Second mile. Third mile.. Fourth mile. Fifth mile... Sixth mile.., Seventh mile Eighth mile;. Ninth inilu.. Tenth mile . .".vr2.-iT ......ftlof ....ftlS " ... 19 ...S: TuUU Time 2:t4 - &20 733K 1(:32K lOi. 15.-.V.K 2ftiH " 2:2n 'n "Box Office open from 9, A.M.,to 12 M.; and from P. M the seats mav be secured. PRICE OF ADMISSION Box and Pnnim-H 7 ,ni. Second Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 ct; Colored Bi x, 50 cents; Colored Gallery, 2.'. cents. Doors open at fii.,. Performance " to commence at 7 oclocfc. CANTON aN.'ER.-Tl;N C serred Ginger, renated (Lu, iar. br RAJSI'v. OFFICEOF N-USJIVILLRGAH LltlHT ,0 . Nerrannan, 4, : '.. A DIVIDEND of 8 per cent, lur in kh-t tjelrw m.n. per share hm bees this day deelared jo ttf -a. il-lstock of the Na.-hnllea Light L'oofr, payai le the 4th ef January next lime bemg aliased i. enable StockboWeru a tuar beM fcociiuu..H' Sbarr const d'em. ' Ja.-". it kKNDUUK. novo 1 ijv ecr. i ". MARSHAL'S SALE. BY VIRTUE OK FOUR WRITS of , f.e, dinded, from the Circuit Cwirtol'tbe latted 3 forthe Middle Dwtriet fcf Teneesw, franded i -n Sxir Jud ments, rendered is said Caen at tt September Term, ' to witj David Jayne A Sen, r. Merle I. Cartwriirht, and Ler AnnstroDg. JadguMHt 15ih September. same, same. Judgment IStb Seprernber, lav ; W. .M'e allv A S.a, r.same, Jodgmeat lath September. 1S..J. and John J Otr. r'. same. JudirnieBt litth SrrMihar mit 1 will sell to ll.e highest b-Mrr t.r C4i a ibefoi' s Houjedoor, in the CMt of N-arri!. ,u MONDAi, la ' 12th day of December, Ifi ...all therein, title, claim' a-J interest, of the said t)eimdaiit. Len-y Armi..: ug.m' aJ . to the following Lofe", in the Crtrnf Sashnlle. to wit ' t ivn .i . . . . . . . j.ui, K',--.ueHgwiiea id me plan ot Ihe I ollere -Academy property, faintine: feet -mi Cherrv t rnet 1 rnnning back the inaai (kpth of 1. in ihar pan ! City, and isodjwiiinfrHiereMdeiteeot Wm. Stork 1L ALSO, part . Lot, fronting".. fi-t.t , , sum. street, as extended, h-usded as fnlk.ws: beginning at t. - North-west, comer of B. Y. .Mueir's Lnt on the e i-.t sir j Summer street; theoee a loop the east side of a d trii.-. 5(1 feet; thence at rijfht angles northwardlv and na-ailel w j Summer street 10 feet to .Newnatn's hce; ilWn. e rniiL.r, 33 Medicine- which rcverfai! to give satisfaction, I and cau be relied on tor the cmeof the dl-itw.es fur which tliev aro recomir.endeil. Z-9 R. J. S. ROSE is an Honorarv Memberof th Phil. adephia Medical Society, and graduated, in 1850, from i the University of Pennsylvania, under the guidance of the I truly eminent Professors Physick, Cliapuuit, Gibson, Coxe, ' James and Hare, names celebrated fur meJical sc.ence Being solicited by thousands of his patienU to put up hi ! Preparations, he uow ofl'ers to the public, as the results of t his experience for the post thirty jeai-s, the following valu- I able Family Medicines. eih one'suited to a specific disease: ' DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIO'O- ! ItAx'IAi; CORDIAL. Tae Greatest Discovc-ry in Medical Science! This aston ishing preparation for raising np a weak constitution de bilitated by care, labor, study or disoaceacts like a cliarm. It gives strength and appetite, and possesses great invigora tinir oroperties. tor Heart Diseases, all Nervous Aflection-', Flatulence ' Heartburn, Restlesies-i, Numbness, Neuralgia, lawing the I spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is almost I miraculous in its ell'-ct. 5o cents a brittle. I f A Mcelicine for ever" I'nniily. I Do you sutler Willi anypuin? If rou do ion will find 1 j immediate relief by using Dr. J. S. ROSE'S PA'l.V I'UREItr It is tie only preparation which cures almost instantly sore throat, rheumatism, from colds, pains in the side, back or i limbs, face, ear, or tOMth-sche, stomach or bowels, side or ' or oacE, stm nect, onuses, corns and chilblains. There is STATE OF TENNESSEE. DnviiKon County Court NovemberTerm, 18-3. Henry J.Hvde 1 vs. ' -Milla Shannon and others ) IN this case it appearing to the satisfaction of tl-e Court, that the tollowiuir defendants, to wit? William-Khan. nrn ana His wile AUlUSLannon, formerly Milla Hyde, whose 1 naclc wilu said tine aoow feet titnn Aler; thc.ee resiuenre is iioimown, ami hdmond Hrde. Manha Hvde, I warai.vwun saw Alley no tatt to Morety's c-ir- t thr and Morgiana Hyde, the three lnt be ng minor children ot I w.i,h tfcc h'ne of Moby's W, aboat 170 fret, io the bej vi.uu ..jut, j., ucbc-ni, nuu resiuenrsoi inejiiaie Oliliu. mumwuici. nois, are non-reslenU ot this biate, and are out of the jurir dictiou of this Court, and lint the u-ual process of this Court cannot be served upon them, it is ordered that publi cation be made in some newsjiaper for said defendants to Cnmefonu'ard on the first Monday in December next, and plead, answer or demur hi the bill, othei wise the same will he taken for confessed as to them, and set fir hearing at the said term of the Court. F.R.CHEATHAM. Clerk. Ac. nor!) twAwUtdec Printer's fceJL j STRETCH & ORrTcORNEII OF COLLEfJE and Union sfeels, Nashville, Ttnn. Wholesale and i Retail dealers in Drugs, Medicines. Paints, Oils, DyeStufl's, H indow Gloss, Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes. I Pure Wines and Brandies, expressly for medicinal pur- I poses. Druggists, Physicians, Country Merchants and Man- uiaciureis supplied on Ihe most liberal terms. STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, sorncr College and Union streets. - uora COLOUNE WATER. J tTST Itl-'CEI VEP A large supply ot superior Cologne Water, in large fancy bottles. For sale by nort STRLTCH A ORR. ine uuuiviaeu imereec or Mat L. Crtwr-i. in above described Lrts. wasBHTee- .1 to Leio Am a' , oci, r two Deeds, bearing (kte the 91st Jure, lvt, an I .ire .4 cord iu the Register's office S-Davidsiro coun' .a PU-r No 17, pages Ktuand tV9. Both otsald Lots hare been levied npnn as tlie r.,tvrt Defendant Armstrjnr and wHI be -.Jd te fwtu-fi si.d nn' this 25th day of Oetobor, lsJ. ... J B. CLKMENTs. MarsiMH, V. 3. Middle Diriwon, Tt-i.- w-r? By las IVpiH, . x. CI.t Ml N ootS7 tf. L cet styles, fiir sale by i.'jtiMJH AJUSOJI SHIRTS JIM" jl ceireu, an -teorment ol riMeii Bumm sn,r Rl lat MYKlai AM.MU. OU. DRKSSHI BUCK SHIRTS AND lK Elte. Received MiidaT, a lot of rperi..r t avi r I Dressed Buck Sbwfa and Drawers. Tor mle bv 1 , ,. , , , MYEltA "Mt.I'.L. ! Ladies and Gentleaea's Fart-ahing .Store, N. , t.n. street no 7T. f l tUJirtJOD OX MARROW.-.SIX DOZEN V Basin a Compound Ox MatTOW, u Taluable preparatiou for the Hair. For sale by nov9 STRirfCH A ORR. A VALUABLE BtilLDINtJ LOT FM1; AT AUCTION. I wiIIkUw S-turdar. n.e S ILF I'llh AOTemoer, lit not sow pre lr. i ten beaut. Ml bii 1 I u loUiu Edreld. IroBtiiMftei Soiinv mA W.in.r. .- Eight of thee lots froot iufeeieaeli, twe of thein fimit v iifii lit n. -, tn ,t i.i. i.n.j ; . a ti v 1 1 r v a ... . . . . . i Ol J. erry county tlie " Tl ' "--'us mounsisi. iruere- ..i-.. a.iun-1,1 ur'iuuv.llil'. entv-nine Uel. ail ot lvbwfc run bark fei ; . the Chancery Court t i.J J7? tpa"i Uua direr, safe to all ages.- fiep'er-nitionlortheciireaiidpreventionofchappe!! ley. " IS. of Wavne. moved to , KornlPilT-vM...- r.,.,. -""nu,orsaleDy , Persons desirous ,f mnhg IU. Cr pen.iarem c i. , - j- i r i. , " iiiauua.., cu.niuii.1 unit. 1 aeucea wouhi ao wen or calb mr on me which was accordingly , JJr.J. .S- AW ll,mjo,l Fnul Jirtrwt of Jiuchu. -I K A Ir mvJi n. i i I . ' n'3 ucciueaiy one ot the best remedies ever used for i lUff---ISIf.IIT BOTI'LES DR. NOR- ' nov.". v7,-i..j" December 10 1847 I ? e.as1'; tfte tadneyT, bladder Ac, and also for gouty af- I -f- WOOD'S Tincture of Verotrum Viride, fnrcontrolllng I ri-i,) VpMfA'ti- tr.cr rraiTrT., " . 1 , r, i i ;,r,n -1.1,1 ,n.,l . ' 0... , -. .....v, m laic xyr. rnv- f ..-'. iici. auu nnencr., in an casea wncrc mere 1 I 1..1 ,,... ,r . . , llliru lime ana passed, sip. unilnimirnf ih. im.t .i.iti,,:.i...i ,.., . -. un,i.,..i..ir l- JL balance ol me tear. Eaaom utihia ia- irr-mul-.f ana parts of laws III re- abroad. "Price 50 cents. i nuvu srtiTPU niira I l"- ,nov: departs for . ,T1,uuuiiun-3 jiresenr, inemsclvcs. doubt my correspondence hereafter will smell of gunpowder than musk. Yours, truly, Santiago, PiTrsnrjRfs, Nov. 8. The river is falling with 37 Indies waterin the cuauncl. , New York, Xov. 8. Pork, fair demand 15 ?7 1G00. Lard dull. f Secrct Orders continue to multiply in all parts of the country. The last we have heard of is men tioned by the Cincinnati Columlian as having been founded in that city, under the title of '-Tlie Family Compact;" of which both males and females aro members. In that city it already numbers five hun dred members, and the Columbian says that it is for charitable and beneficial purposes. In Philadelphia the number of these secret orders is very large, Besides the old and respectable orders of Masons and Odd Fellows, we have the Ancient Order of Druids, Ancient Order of Good Fellows, Improved Order of Red Men, American Protestant Associa tion, Sons of Temperance, Sons of America, United Order of American Mechanics, Independent Order mores j ot -t'hHozatneans, independent Order of Rechabites, jt Brotherhood of the Union, Female Druids, Cadets I of Temperance, Order of the Lone Star'' and' a hqst of others, whose names only occasionally ap- 41 IU pUUJli;. Tlie October No. .of the Southern Eclec tic has come duly to our table, upon which we .monthly hail it with pleasure. to reconsider the vote i amending the Senate resolution proposing to bring f on the election of Judge for the 9th judicial Circuit; j which was ajrreed to.-aud the resolution adopted as t it came from the Senate, fixing this day for the t election, itie House men tool. i minutes and the Convention met uu i tion and proceeded to the election. Dunlap, of Henry, put in nomination ot lion. in. itzzeralu, and upon Mr.Fitzzerald received all tlie votes tion, and was thereupon declared by oi tne uonvention to oe duly elected Ot'u Judical Circuit, ifcc. A bill to establish certain county lines: read third time and passed. A "bill to change the line between the counties of Hardin and Decatur; read third time and passed. A bill to make Railroad Companies liable for all Stock killed or damaged by them or their agents. Mr. Lamb moved to amend the bill by providin" that the Railroad Companies might plead by way of set-off any damages they may have sustained; in consequent of the accident which amendment was rejected; and the bill was read third time and referred, to the committee on Internal Improve ments. A bill to incorporate the Planters Hotel Com pany;' read third time and passed. A bill to protect the owners of real estaste in the incorporated towns and cities in this State; read I I'eir I-'emnln (nni.lniiit. Da. J. S. Rose's Golden Pili., tor falling or the Womb. t e nale eakness, Debility and relaxation. Price So cents Da. J. S. Rusk's Puialk Sptonc A remedy for painful Menstruation, UucorrUpa or Whites. Price one dollar. (Jrcitt Cure for Coughs nnU Colds. The B-st Corcm Srai e lx ran WoaLo. Dr. Rose's cele brated tough Syrup, gives immediate relief to the worst .su, H iieum- cooKumpnre or pioceding fiom cold. lAKUV'is TRICOPIIEROUS, TWELVE 170R SALU.-I IIAVJS l ACKfcMOF LAND, l'. X six miles fmoi YiMhritb. 4 h.rt -a- . dozen Barrv'sTricoDhenius fur the Itiir. Jn.tri.vii-nt I 1-eb.inon Pike. (.Be-half aU-raii Htm hal..,-.. mill . andfomaleby noVJ STRTTCH A ORR. bored. TUU kind Ke as well as nr in the c tiatv f r a r , niarlet garden, all well eoeioeed With s enod fere." Vc DR. WATERS' TOOTH SOAP DR. WAT- will bcexchaBged fercUj propert.. Applr to TfcltS Dear Sir This is to certify Hut I have used K. A BAL'-OWK Oeneral Agent yourSoap Dentifrice, and am perfectly satisfied it is thebest ' ""1 -17 Daeii-k. strft- uiii.ic ii mc inu in use, anu so long as you continue to ii Mil .la .iiv iirii linn iti inn iiimj .. .. . i . . . . :i : . . i . iiiaiiuucuirH ii ill H ruin, urn.i. rm, nri r, . . 1 i .a...... ui,., t, . i vi . :ii . i ,rxai r a recess Of five ' as-ainst future atta.ks. In U,t t xn i J for it. No person in the travcllino- nimnmnlt- .i,...:i.i . i kJ sepSM . H. liOUDON ,t CO dersaid lesolu- I Theoxlv Cua-ron bisntwu. I.ivkh CoiVlaist .isnlx- . without it. CHAS. 3. ROWELL. Dentist. : TT-.',..- . ... . -...Tr . - . When Senator ! ;ion-. -Tho.isantk luxe teen curexl of the above com- r . - H. Cuaiabers street, N.Y. 1 - ctoi'i-J m. VJ. It SI tho nnmo l,lalm ""' 'c'1-' w thousands more can be cured if thev i wr amca Chemical Tooth Soap, just received . i r 7cr - '.. wm,ir' the nume , will take Dr. .1 S. ROSKX ,..,., ' ZZT.i' " J if. I and forsale bv stuTt. iJ I nWZT eU l'1?. of -"' S)toei-nmt, brek and tail, . cilnr- a call being had .t.W'rf '7 i"?. ' rsaleby oota MT-llhAWilLI cast 111 said elec- ads directly ou the Liver and StnniufJi u-il.f il, Kt. , rilf.ir ivn ci-r-rv .--,..- r-.,... the President r-off all secretions, l.eeing the boweli open and regular, T L OpjBU POIt SALE AT PUBLIC receive! aTeleront Jude of the . ,"'S1"';"S'uau(iapj.oiiie. These medicines cutaiu -"77":." yml" "ouse, in .asnvuie, on the 13th or various colors. ia M VKRS A Mr'jiU I no L,al(llllt;l lir MrvHtr. ii ..n..,-.. . . . .. I Ills!.. OtS iiOS.9. Ill it diiiI 14 nnl.l,.:.. n . , r I . - . . . allerative. stomach audliier uiiiiimiiniU u-i.h jure, but always improve the eonsiitutiou, as thoiuds can testily. All of the above Preparations, with Dr. Rose's Medical Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of W. W. BERRY A DE.UOVILLE, SHELL A RUrHERI'OKD, Gallatin, W. F. GRAY, Nashville. McCLAIN A DALE, Columbia. And of Dealers generally throughout the State. j'lr-O lywid t. V . -'e"cu iu . n. inuoress 1'iau ol lots ou the .mrui sine oi uumberla T7"ID, BltCK AND SILK GLOVE.,, jTSl JLV. received a choice lot of drees Ohw. h r sale L sA tdlLf. i College t Cumherl inil It! TAP atirl naiP ifia ilnlfu.i'n en1 Vaughn Turnpike., and in the immediate neighborhood of ' t "jV ., . t. . , . ' Tho Cludwcll and A. McFerrin's. Terms made known m" Fnnushmg More, uu luc uay oisaie. It. A. BALLOWE, , A n"v9 n General Agent, l T ANCJIIORN Jk ARJIlWTKaVD.- IO P t:i- 77OlIlR?m'l7iT-irviv"i-iri I r- as "f Lungborn A Aniiii's miperior th-.m'i' - -P li-iw ri i rPr l. 1 OIf: 11?" .baecojjitst received and for sJe bv J- LlaANa. Tlie rolendid hzht draurht ikt-iA i.uKviil- ..i, . r-.. nger steamer REPUBLfC, Coaniir JSgSi. , 11211? Saint Louis nnd Nashville Scuii-Weekly Steam Packets. HALLIE WEST Cap. J. V, Tmtoop -pllE above splendid steamers will com- jS-' X luence their regular tripr on the first Qfcrfjssril (KLssenger ir.. ... . .. . - .wasier. win leave Mere on inursdar the 10th insL. at 2 n'. . iiVTKi'i.t v tiKtt.i 1 11 i,......n. I- . rTZ.. clock P. iU connecting at Cairo with the firm nuun-. I i th.i ih. ..n.i.-i,- 1. ' .ui.u4 '.'. .. .a. JOHNSIMreONforMemphisandNeweJrleaus. per. Now hthe umetopar in adva-rjef and ie t!i' steamer nov9 A ifittfrnxr 1 A. L. DAVIS, J-4?0,,- cents. oetii 1.. ... 1 1 . .. i -1 1 r icbin vuuiuciiiiuu iiiTer,-uuu uuuitiiutr int-y. i . the trade during the season, leaving Nashville anu at, mui every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P. M. For freight or pas sage, baring unsurpassed accommodations, apply to ITS u A. 1IAMIL11).V, Agent, OTEAMERE. HOWARD . R. Y. (pgw O NoBriixKX, MaslerThis splendid XlJS steamer is uow in Hue order and will run fftP aygular packet during the season between this port and' New Orleans. She will leave on the farst rise of water. For freight or passage apply to nor9 ' J. A R. YEATMAN, Agents. CHAKI. W. .VUlTil. C'JIegv- , ne-ir t'cio: T)YE PLOUR...UCSREX,L-& BO,VD, Zt, Broad Slreef. baVeiiut na-rI u ,TlUm anu-k RrK FLOUR, baited and iwboUed. nova kA-tw. BILL PAPERBILL PAPEttROAD and Barrow, by the ream or ancle om For 39 Je 0 . Mrt ClllgUW W. -Mllfl.