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flZIulAXO, E. O. EASTMAN, O. O. TO KBITT, . C C. CinjScIl .
JOHN 1.. MA R L.I KG CO;
EDITOH3 -AND PROPRIETORS, . ,
TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 15, 1853.
TIIK ADMINISTRATION IN TI1US0DT1L
It strike lis that llio3,o Southern papers which
have so long been telling the people of the free-soil
assooiatioiis of the administration and of Uie cer
tain defeat which vra to overwhelm itin the South,
must feel, .in view of the results of the ale elec
tions, somelliing as did Uie negro, who thouguFno
wai lLtenidg to a sermon from WuiTrnELO, and
rolledjn the bam yard as -was tie fashion- of the
titius.' When told that it was notWiirreririD who
was prcachiDg, he sprang to las feet, ineffectually
tried to shake himself-clean, end declared that lie
had "nastlcd himself for nothing." Our neighbors,
too, who liavo so long been occupied with the shu
dura ofBuRKE, Coolev, and Lfisrat, may perhaps
by this time begin to tliiuk that they liavo nastied
their columns for nothing 1
Only in New York, of all the late elections, north
or south, have the wliigs maintained a show of
strength, and there they succeed becauso the dem
ocrat! are divided. Every whero el?e they arc
M-orse beaten thf.n they were last fall. There seems
to be nothing left of them.
In addition to tholato glorious triumphs in Mary
land and Mississippi," wo have now the pleasure of
publishing the following cheering news from Louis
Louisiana Elkotion. jron. William Dunbar,
Democrat, has been elected to Congress from the
First District, by a mnjority of 1,900 votes over
Charles Gayare, the Imlpondent Candidate.
In the Second Congressional District, the result
is doubtful, but it is believed that Samuel B. Davis,
Democrat, has been elected, lie has nearly COO
majority in the city. The Whig nominee -was T.
G. Iliint, and tlio Independent candidate, Dr. James
The whole nunibpr of vole east in the city was
13 000, being the largest ever known.
Mandeville Marigny, the Democratic candidate
for Sheriff, has Iwen elected by a majority or 2,300.
THE ADMINISTRATION AND THE SPEAKERSHIP.
'flic last Washington Star .contains the following
paragraph on this subjrot, Avliich wo copy with
pleasure. The proper and only courso for the ad
ministration to pursue in the matter of the Speak
ership is to hold hands oil, vitfthegentlemen spoken
of in connection with that high position are its
friends, and" it would be most unwise to espouse
the ciju-e of anyone in piellTeuce to the rest This,
we are satisfied, the 1'iosidoct will not iloi
The Administration and the Speakership.
P.rrx4viiir in a Washington letter, in Uie Baltimoie
Sun, au intimation tliat the Administration are
about to have their candidate for tlie Speakership,
we may as well wiy again, that allsuch stories-are
utterly without foundation. We know, from what
we learn, th?t neither the President nor any mem
ber of bis C&oinet will permit themselves to be made
even to appear to Imj friendly to the elevation of
any one Democratic member to the Speakership,
over anyother. Nor will they directly, orindireclly,.
take ground against any candidate for tho post. It
is evident to all who will take the paius to inform
thein-elves on thu subject, tlmt tbey are impressed
with thelmlief that, in this matter, the path of their
duty to thein-elve.- as well a- to all theirfiiends in
the House, istu lrave the field euliiely free of the
slightest iiiteiference on their part. So, our readers
will ji'ease hereafter tiainlate any gossip, as to their
making bargains with reference to the Speakership
for A, or ag.iin-t 11 - as being most likely a ruse
of the friends of one of llu-e g.-ntleinen, or of tlion.'
of some other a'pirant, to all'ect their favorite's
diauees favorably, by making hint apjieara tiarticu
lar pet or antipathy of the President, as circum
stances may dictate, as likely, to be of advantage to
CHARLES I U VINO, ESQ.
We are gratified to 1 am fiom tho following
paragraphs that our friend, Charles Irvibo, Esq ,
is now editor of that valuable democratic journal,
tho Lynchburg (Vn.) Ilepuhliuin. Mr. Irvino is a
vigorous, polished, and witty political writer, and
is truly, in the lauguago of the Enquirer, "a well
informed jtolitician and amiable, gentleman." AVe
doubt, indeed, if there is a liettor informed politician
of his ago in the country. Wo wish him the most
abundaut succets in his new enterprise, and we are
quite sure he well deserves it :
Mr. Charles Irving of Cumberland, Virginia, re
cently associate Editor of the Nashville Union, has
become proprietor in part and sole Editor of the
Lynchburg Itepithliain. An able writer, a well
informed politician. and 3i amiable gentleman, Mr.
Irving is a valuable accession to the Virginia pres;.
Charles Irving, Esq , formerly of the "Memphis
"Enquirer" then of the Nashville 'Union" a vig
orous writer and taleuted editor, 1ns become asso
ciate proprietor and editor of the Lvuchburg "Re
publican. ' JiicAmond Emtaiiicr.
Coal in Loi-iavtLiu. ASjiyuci: Served Richt
We are glad to learn by tho jfollowing paragraph
from tho Courier that our friends in Louisville have
received an abundant supply of coal. The incident
mentioned by tho Courier is too good to be lost
The coal merclianl was served right, and wo hope
tha every man who pursues a similar courso will
meet with just such luck. Louisviile is not the
only place, however, where speculators In coal seize
upon every possiblo pretext for raising the price of
that article. In this ciiy we have recently had an
advance of .lee cents per bushel, our eoal merchants
now asking only 25 and 'M rents per bushel-
Coal Arrived Great Ivxcitemknt Prices tf
and dow n Fortune Lost. Early yesterday morn
ing Mr. Haynes of Pittsburg had" tho honor of ar
riving here ahead of the fleet, with two flat-boats
of superior coal from Pittsburg. His boats aro of
immense size, being of 15(5 feet in length, and 1h
feet wide, containing about. 27,000 bnhels of coal
Mr. Haynes, as soon as he Undod, was ollerrd first
-o, ami men 3 cu. per uiu-nel lor l, is coal, which
he peremptorily refused. Soon alter a telegraphic
dispatch was received IVout lMttsburg announcing a
coal boat rise, with 7 feot water in tho channel. '
'The buyers then congratulated themselves upon the
refusal of Mr. Hayuc3 to sell his enal, and he could
not get an offer at any price, The lightning tele
praph strucfc him. to the tune of at least $5,000 ou
Et-Fumiiiest Van Puren. The Washington
Union denies that tliis distinguished American citi
z'cn,'now in Europe, has accepted fiom the PreSi
dcnt,the ,3))ointmeiit ofumpiro on behalf of the
United States, in the mixed commission assembling
in London to settle British and Ainetjau claims.
It further says that the President has no power to
make such an appointment He liag notliing to do
in selecting an umpire, but that is the business of
Or The. Washington Slur contradicts ho 're
ports that Gen. Davis intends being a candidate for
U. S. Senate before the Mississippi Legislature, If
yays: " It well known to well informed persons in
Washington, that General Davis has not entertain
ed the least idea of withdrawing from his present
nwr- .luiuiig omer siaming announce
ments, that of communication between England
and any part of India in ten days, has been made.
Jt seems that the railway from Ostein! to Trieste
a length of 1500 miles, will bo completed within
twelvemonths from this time. I
passengers will then occupy but little more than
Iavo days from the shores of the Channel to those
of the Adriatic; four days will take them thence
to Ec-ypt and by aid of Uie railway fiom Alexan
dria to Cairo, which is now rapidly advancing, they
will be within 30 hours afloat on the Red Sea, and
in twelve days afterwards be landed safely in Bom
bay, within three weeks of leaving London. With
in tliis date, the electric telegraph, now preparing
to be laid across the Mediteiranean, will have
reached Suez, and four thousand miles of wire,
which have already reached Calcutta, -will connect
every great town in India with the port of Bom
bay, so that before the year 1S5C expire?, London
will have communication by electric telegraph in
ten or eleven days' time with every part of India;
nnd by steamer and rail in twenty-one days with
MINISTER TO -HtJSSIA-FROM. OREGON-BATTLE
WITH THE1NDIANS GEN. LANE WO.UNDED,:
'Wasiiingtox, 5fov. 7; l&xGoveruorSeyjpour,
tlieJnewly appoiritel Miuistfrt. to-Russia wash?re
totday in attenuance at uic.otauj department. He
wilbsail fprngland in the steamer Pacific on Uie '
2'Jth inst.,ar!oornpanied byMn1rvingas Secretary
of the Legation.
" A"dct "finTOregoS liave been'receivedThefc.
dated at Camp Myrtle, Uinpqua Valley, September
11th, saying that for a month previous to the duti.
jhatJtKioliJ.ail.bficu.tlie.Catof a fotuiidabis ludiau
war. ith the assistance of .Geperal Lane, Major
Alrord, in command jP the regular forces there,
raised ji company of-Umnqua Volunteers. Gen.
Lane, after leaving tlie piain body, was elected lo
tho command, and on the 24tlt vl August the, troops
met with a body of Indians, comprising souie'300
warriors, whipped them, and made them sue for
peace," Supprising them lry marching, and other
wise acting with yTgor, Geit Lane overtook them
in their stronghold in the mountains where the bat
tle took place. He "was badlywoundcd in thcshoul
der, but kept tlie field.
FURTHER JOETAU-S Ttf THE AMERICA..
Our lelegrajihic despatches' of the Americas
news were Tery meagre. We thereforo copy the
following from the telegraphic columns of the Louis
rill e papers:
New Vork, Nov. 11. The steamer America ar
rived from Halifax this morning at 10 o'clock with
dates to the 29th ult. " ,
The Eastern question is more threatening. A
collision occurred on the Danube between Russia
vessel and tlie Turkish Fort Three Russian offi
cers and twelvo sailors were killed and forty woun
France. Every thing is prepared for land expe
dition to Constantinople, but no orders will be givqn
to inarch unless new circumstances render it sueces
Letters from St Petersburg speak of a .strong de
sire of Count Nfcselroda to open further negoti
ations. It is reported a Paris that the Emperor Nicho
las had abdicated in fayor of the hereditary Grand
Duke; which was doubted, but had the effect of giv
ing firmness to the markets.
D. Ililliers succeeds Laconi as French Minister
It is reported that the Czar had said in answer to
the request of England and France to evacuate the
Principalities, that he would rather back out than
fight there. The combined fleets have anchored in
the Sea of Marmora.
The Turkish Governmaut is said to have declared
tlie movements of the fleets unintelligible, unless as
alhe., if they are apprehensive of the safety of the
Sultan, the Turkish Government undertakes to guar
antee the Sultan's safety, and have no use for the
tleets atuonstantinopie, exceptas active ames. "anc
avowal of the presence of the fleets in any Other
light would bo an avowal of weakness that would
wronsr Turkey in the eves of Europe. Uie TurK-
i-h Minister at France ha3 resigned; Saflete Pasha
succeeds him. There is much running to and fro
of the Couriers, but there is little news transpires.
It is' rumored that the four powers have drafted a
new propoaitioii. The King of Belgium is said to
be exerting hia influence for amicable auiustmeat
PrdSsels. 'A telegraphic despatch of the 20th
says itis reported at Vienna that a skirmish had
oeciirscd on the Danube. Tuikey prohibit exports
ot corn. I..
There was no fleet at Const'mtinople on (he 19th
It is not believed than any pitched battle lias been
'lhe Turkish Government displays much military
f agacity, aud lias officially recognized Sehamyl und
The Circassian Chiefs sent them arms and muni
Guyon, a Hungarian General;was sent as Lieut
(jcneral lo Asia.
The Russians have 50,000 men at Bucharest, and
are establishing a stong reser.ve, and all pommauders
liavo joined repeetive corps'.
The Pontoon corps have left Bucharest for Dan
There were 25,000 Russians landed at Redoubt,
and Kale Bendiction banners usually preceded ac
Bucharest, Oct 10. Anthems new Greek Pa
triarch has been invited to attend the meeting of
the bultan s Cabinet
Grand Vizier has published orders calling upon
the inhabitants ot Constantinople to preserve order,
and pray for the success of iIh; Turkish arms, and
protect christians trom insult, has now stated posi
lively that .the' Russians and not the Circassians
were defeated in the recent engagements.
Persia has disbanded her army on the Turkish
A subscription 'was taken to collect British tcsti
moniuls lor Oapt Jnpraliam.
The steamer Anro arrived from Australia with
half a million sterling, dated Fort Philip, Aug-U-lth,
Liverpool, Oct 29.
Cotton Marketfirm for better qualities. Lower
qualities have declined. Sales for the week 3G,500
bales; speculators took 5,000 bales; for export 400;
middling Urieans 0, lair .Mobile (, middling Mo
bile 5 J, fair Upland CJ, Upland 5jj. Sales to-day
0,000 bites. j.,.
Breadstuff. All qualities considerably advanced
during tlie week; large busiuess doing at advanced
Wheat Advanced Odto Is; white lOsCdalls.
Corn Advanced 2da3d; fine white 4G-, yellow
4os. ' " -
Flour. Western canal 37tCd. Philadelphia, Bal
timoro and Ohio'3Ss; extra brands USsGd.
Reef. Market unchanged? moderate business
done at previous rate1; new prime mess 95s.
TFrom the Journal of Commerce.?
The following estimate of the cotton crop is based
upon information derived from reliable sources in
the cotton-growing States; and if it serves no other
end, it may induce investigation. At all events it
can injure no intearst by calling attention to the
contrast between the two seasons this and the
The crop of last season 'was a very large one, and
the weather extremely lavorable lor picking it
Tliis Season commenced with a drought, and in the
early stage ot llu: plant it was retarded in itsgrowtli.
Tho drought was followed by continued lains in
Augu-t and September, and brought on a rapid
growth of the stock, and'eaused a portion of the
fruit that wasprevionsly formed to fall off; and when
a second formation of bolk was in pi ocess of ma
turing trom the latter growth, the caterpillar ap
peared, and did serious injury in many sections.
The picking season is full two weeks behind last
year in its coumieiicin?, aud the trost is near three
weeks in advance of last year. The first killing
frost of 1952 was on tlie 11th November; thisj'ear
on me -:;tu uciouer.
The following figures may not, therefore, prove
iar irom ineprouuci oi me present crop;
Florida ' -Georgia
Say iu round numbers, 2.000,000 bales.
I he crop oflSalwas 2,355,257 bales, that of
J3&2, .1,015,029; and the last crop, 3,2C2,SS2 bales.
1'ouk Speculations. Notwithstanding the dis
asters which overlook the speculations in Pork last
season, dealers in the West are agaiti ruhing into
he market, at rates as high as last year, under a
vague impression that there is money to be made
by it The official and other reports, which go to
slmwalarge increase iu the Hog Crop, this reason
are ignored and set aside, and the new speculations
are based upon a presumed shortness of the crop
andan anticipated increase in the home andforeim
demand. The Cincinnati J'rice Current discour
ages this view of tlie matter, and urges its confi
dent belief that the increase 1 supply of IIos this
year will be much greater than the increased de
mand. In this connection it publishes the follow
ing extract from a letter written by a reliable partv
ni . ci n rvi..i I J
As far as we can learn, the number of Hogs in tho
South this season will greatly exceed the past, not
only in quality but in quantity. The Hog crop in
East Tennessee will bo quite large, and Hogs are
now offering at very low rates, say 2 50 gross. Tho
interior of our State, North Carolina and Georgia,
have been largely supplied with Bacon the past
season from Tennessee. In Augusta it is now
pieniy and Unit, bides Sa'Jc. Shoulders 7e. In
the town of Columbia, in our own State, 120 miles
from here, Bacon is a drug. We this day received
a consignment of 50 hhdsLfrom there, -with advices
that au offer could not bo obtained. Part of tho
Bacon was purchased in Baltimore in the latter
part of August
Wages- on the Alabama axd Bicdee Rivers.
'Wo learn that wages on these rivers tliis season aro
for Pilots, $250 per month; fcr First Engineers
$150, and for Second Engineers, $100, while the
boys at the engines aro'paid' $50 and deck nands
SCO and $70 per inontlt
A GRAND REVIEW OF TIIK EASTERN QUESTION.
AJParis correspondent of the New York Courier
considers tlie wkole question from, tlie beginning to
I its nrcseut asnect
n't ! ,t .i.i,,1.i r i. HI... .n.D
lavinol Varied in the least for many months past
X lt3 puciuiui aul ucuiaiiUi? vi n . - i J J
The zar signified to tho Porte his ultimatum,
J crossed Uic-Pruth.-anikiuvaded the Tiirkfalr -J3m-S
pire. IIls ultimatum demands that tho uzar,ie,ju-.
vested with a protectorate over. Llu; same? CweJvc
millions of the Sultan's subjects who profess tlie
Greek religion. Franceand England, riot knowing
to what extenttheCzarsdeniaudsjinightgo, caused
their combined Heets (o advance W the mouth of
j tlie Dardanelles, and remain there, ready to pass
them, incase of need, Kr tueiieieuce ot the Turk
ish Capital The Sultan refused to accept the ulti
matum, and'lia? perhaps exhausted his respurces" in
preparing toofTer efficient resistance to Russian ag
gression. He set about raising Largo and zealous
armies. The conviction Avas now atlained, tha't
France and England Avere both resolved, at allliaz
ants, to maintain the territorial inteeritv of Tur
key, Were the Sultan, therefore, defeated in war,
the Czar could only impose upon Turkey tlie reject
ed ultimatum. The conference of Vienna Aivas now
established, for the prevention of war as danger
ous to Austria and Prussia, to. which England was
so sincerely averse, and for which France was not
ready and of-the dismemberment of the Ottoman
Empire, to the conclusive or disproportionate ben
efit of Russia. A note was framed wnich differed
only in form from the ultimatum, and was. prompt
ly acceded to by Russia as a substitution for the lat
ter. But Turkey detected the noxious ingredients,
and again refused to-drink. The Four Powers were
seen praying and boseechingher to take it. But to
no effect, and, upon Turkey's asking, "Won't you
help me," Prussia finally replied, "Not I;" Austria
said, "Not If and France and England rejoined,
"As for us, wo can't advise you to couttt much' upon
our effective resistance, especially for the present
Yon ought to have drank that Vienna preparation
"without troubling yourselfj and it, and us, too,.with
your analysis. -iWe will stand by and see the Czar,
though he says as you do, that the draught is arse
nical, wallop you till you consent to drink it if it's
within an inch of your life."
The correspondent is of tlie opinion that 'this
Eastern Question must be disposed of by yet- an
other adjustment of the final agony and dissolution
of the Turkish Empire." Louisville Courier.
Nebraska Territory. The editor of'the Bloom
ington Republican lately visited. tuis Territory, and
sinee his return thus writes about iU
The politicians resident in Nebraska cannot keep
out of Missouri, nor Missouri politicians, out of Ne
braska. The'Indians seem to understand Col. Ben
ton, if Missouiians do not They are. divided one
party supporting Freesoilism, while tlie other is op
posed to it; but both agree that the -Colonel is the
l'riend and supporter of Freesoil, and is Upon good
terms with the abolitionists. "
It 13 lamentable that many people in Missouri are
more oblivious in political perception than the Indi
ans, Out such is the tact. ' '
The "Wvandotts Sre all civilized, arid "enerallv ed
ucated.have neat anil comfortable buildings, good
arms, yet'not'extensive, stock in abundance, and
live in pure American style.
While on a recent visit to Nebraska, ive, dined at
the house of a Air. Hick, supped and break
fasted with a Mr. Garrett, Wyandott families;
and wejtan say -with truth that better tables are
seldom found in Missouri. Ihis tribe, is well sun
plied with schools; and speak English quite, fluently.
We spent a lew hours with Wm. Walker, tho pro
vincial Governor of Nebraska. He is a man of ve
ry affable manners, and was frank and free .in his
communion with ns, lie is well educated, and pos'
sesses fair talents.
The Shawness, Delawares, Kickapoos, and other
border tribes are partially civilized; many of them
are well educated, and speak good English.
e could hear of no tribe which desired to sell
and leave the country. Some are for sellinir, re
serving a pre eruption right, aud becoming citizens.
uuuria mo lur si-iuu jiari, oi iiieir country, r ser
ving the'other'part, ultimately intending to become
citizens. In our opinion, the AVyandotts, Shaw
nees, Delaware?, Kickapoos will ultimately decide
to adopt the first of these plans. The border tribes
are very friendly, and quite kind: na trouble need
to be apprehended with any of them, if justly trea
ted. t.-oiuinissioner Alany penny has made a tavora
ble impression upon them; they speak of him in
very high terms. lie was not sent among them
to made treaties, but to collect information, and re
ceive propositions, so that he might be able to as
certain when and where to order the liolding sf
The country is like mo3t other Western countries,
having hills and dales, creeks and rivers, prairie anil
timber, rich land and poor. The Kansas river is a
beautiful stream, clear of snags, about two hundred
yards wide, and navigable lor steamboats, except in
veryJo.w water, for two hundred miles, to the
mouth of tho Republican Fork. The upland lies
very high, rolled in beautiful waves; well 'adapted
to cultivation, -jne sou is that usually called "mu
latto," underlaid with a strata of red clay, and then
again underlaid with laminated limestotveTbf a gray
This rock isfonnd in great abundance, and wherp
exposed to the action of the air and rain, looks
white as bleached bones. This rock is found in the
bluffs of the streAms, along their banks.- following
the ravines quite, to their heads; is well suited to
building purposes, and makes beautiful white lime
The,strcain3 .all run the year round, with clear wa
ter, and aro often fed with snrines of the best qual
ity. Although the soil is good, and the country
well watered, yot timber is scarce, found, mostly
upju uie sniau streams in narrow smps.. atanu
iiisr upoa tbq table or uplands, the timber is below.
the country looking like one vast pluin, with1 here
and there a blue streak. The bottoms are rich, -dry,
and seldom overflow, having uo ponds, laEes, or
stagnant water in inem; yet tuo excessive vegeta
tion, such as nettles, touch-me-not, pea-vines, kc,
dying in the fall, does and will create the chill and
fever. The timbered part of the country is nearly
all held by the Indians, whiehvcbelieve they will
manage- to retain to a considerable extent
No settlements can bo made there, at this time,
oy wmte men, and when tins state ot things will be
altered is dilhcult to tell.
Lightning Kooa. Agooil deal of excitement has
been created somewhere at the East on account of
the fact tliata dwelling, furnished as It- wA's said
" with a good.lightning rod," had been striick and
very much injured. Mr. Ji. Jtlemain, ol ftew'Jork,
a man wjio nas paid raucli attention to such matters,
paid a visit to the place and examined the rod. lie
i S , ., f ... . ?
iounu n..coveieu witn a coal ot white paint tor a
considerable portion of its length, and that the
fluid had followed it till it came to tliis paint, when
it leaped off upon the building, and found another
trat ic to the e inn.
Of cou-se the mere Let that an iron rod issome-
wbe and somehow attached to a buildiug will
not secure it against lightning. It mm t substantial
ly '6bey the conditions required. A house -was
struck in Galena two years ago, which had one of
spartls rods upon it: and the in erenee wns .t i.it.
S.iratt's rods were good for nothing, whereas tho
roi oniy run inio tne earui one loot and then ter
minated on a solid rock. After a lon' drouth the
foot of the rod was dry as glass. A hat will not
keep the rain from a man's head if it has a hole
through the crown, nor will a spout tarry off water
li it is mrneu ooltom side up. The red must sup
ply a ruau 10 iiieeaitn.
imeuierau jviiiusoi paint will spoil a conduc
tor is not quite certain. Wo do not think that a
coating of lamp-black mixed with spirits of turpen
tine would iniure a rod: and vet We should prefer
uj iry it uciore so coveriiiR iu iiui white lead nut
on wiui on wouiti oi course no llm business.
Lkad Ore. Thos. W. Ifoore, Eq., living'a short
istanco below Williamsport, in this County, has
sentU3a specimen of Lead ore, discovered in dig
ging a cellar on his premises. This ore is said by
pages, to bo the richest they ever saw larexceed-
ng thalot the Galena mines.
In a note to ns. Mr. Moore says " ohave found
litry pounds at least not in recrular veins, but.in
lumps from a quarter to a pound in weight. The
place upon which tlie lead is situated was an Indian
mound. It is very evident that there is Lead in
abundance somewhere in the vicinity."
The specimen sent U3 can beseenat our office.
EST Tho Uoston Transcript says that a, plan for
enlarging that city by annexing all the towns with
in five miles, anil-thus make it equal in size aud
populaUon to the third city in the United States,
will be presented for the early consideration' of the
neit Legislature or Massachusetts. If this inove
mentshould besucccssful, the consolidated city'would
be enlitlc-d to ono hundred representatives in the
friT At Paris on Monday, tlie Citizen say?, no
less than 2,500 head of mules, and. between 2,000 to
3,000 cattle Avero in the market, besides a great
number of horses. The amount realized is set down
at 200,000. It was found impossible to get the,
stock on the square, and a number of lots were
never brought under the hammer. ;
$g A FOR SIIERIFF. , r
. JjgP'SV'e are authorized to announce L. 'WV Fcssei. as a
candidate for re-election to the oflice of Sheriff" of Davidson
coiintv; al the next March election. f
f3yYe"are authorized to announce Jons K."BTniioxDsor.
LaandidaUjibr. the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.
tgyWe arc authorized to announce Kxocir CinnaxcnAir,
asatandidalc ferShcriiTat the ensuing election.
Ve are Authorized to anuouiice Willia Lbtos, as.
acuidiilate for Sheriff of Daridsou county, at the ensuing
eleclidrfT ' - " - - - - -
jgyVe are authorized to announce E. B. Biglet as a
candidate for snerifT, at the ensuing election.
CLERK OF TUB COHNTT COURT.
IWe are 'authbrized to announce Josiau Fcimis as a
candidate for County.Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
p"We are authorized to announce Velix It Cheatham
a candidate for re-election for County Court Clerkat theen
KjTWe are authorized to announce Isaac M. Joses a can
didate for County Court Clerk, at the next March election,
if'- FOR CO DSTT TRUSTEE.
We are aufhorized to announce Jonx Rains for
re-election as County Trustee at the ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce Thomas SimXEB as a
candidate forTrustce of Davidson County.
I3f We are authorized to announce Oeosge Clark as
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
I2T We aro authorized to announce the name of W. K.
IIcNTEit (Collector) as a candidate lor Trustee (or Davidson
county ot the neit March elections.
XSf JavesT. Faulkner is a candidate for Register of
the Land Office for Middle Tennessee at the ensuing essoin
of the Legislature.
Dr. Morse's Invigorating Cordinl.
Tlie onlriure and sifo Kemedy, jretdlscovered, for Cene
al Debility, Physical Prostration, Irritability, and all the va
rious train or Nervous Affections; it will also remove Depres
ton.Xxclloment, Dislike or Society, Incapacity for .Study or
Business, Loss of Memory, Mental Debility, Ac, Ac. See
rT AOELi'in tiieatSeI T
Second Xight of the engagement of the Celebiafed
American Actress, MRS. FARREN. who will appear "as
First appearance of MR. FARRKN, who will sustain the
part of DOS' ALMIOSSO.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1853,
"Will be performed the thrilling Dr-ma of
, IiTJCRETIA BORGIA.
Te conclude with tho new Farce of
TOM NODDY'S SECRET.
E37"Box 'Office open from 9, A.M.,to 12 M.; and from
.to fi, P. M-, the seats mar be secured.
PRICE OF ADMISSION Box and Parqiiettc, 75 cento;
Second Tier, 50 cents; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cts;
Colored Bix, 50 cents; Colored Oallerjr, 23 cents.
Doors open at ,6. Performance to commence at 7
MULES. 2 and 8
For sale 100 likely
,years old; 35 BEEF CATTLE, (corn fed,)
and lOOTORK HOGS. Persons wishing to purchase can
w meat in v residence in "Bedford county. 10 miles South-
west of Shelhyvillo, or address me by letter at Richmond
Post Office. rnov15 tf. M. P. GENTRY.
SHIRTS t ! SHIRTS ! ! I--RE-
fiEl Vnn this da Tier Exuress.
.50 dozen Linen Bosom Shirts, standing collars;
SO do ' " " Byion do;
2" do Extra fine corded Bosoms;
25 do " " " do no collars;
25 do Sots' Shirts, various sizes, all of which we
warrant to he full made, and lo fit in every respect. For
sale by novl." MYERS & M'GILL.
171RE.SII GROCERIES DIRECT PROM NEW
. Orleans. New Sugar; Fresh Rice; Prime Rio Coffee;
Lafruyra Coffee: pice; Pepper; Sperm Candles, Ac. For
iale low for Cash by JOHNSON, IIORNE & CO.
SARDINES. AiC 100 KEtJS
Soiced Ovsters: 10 case Sardine; 20 cases assorted
Pickles; 10 doz. fresh Peaches. Just received and for sale
by novl5 EDWARDS 4 UARRIS.
LADIES' DRESS EURS.
kODD & CO.. HATTERS -144 Mais Stceet,
Cixcixxati. We own our rur Itooms this ' morninjr.
(Oct 2.)th,) prepared to exhibit a larger stock of Ladies'
Furs, of very choice qualities, than we have ever before of
fered, embracing Russian, Hudson Ray, and Canada Sables;
Stone Marten; Fitch; Squirrel; Lynx; and all the lower
grades of Furs, made up in latest styles. Some very hand
some Robes and root Units for carnages.
ALSO Ladies' and Misses' Black and Drab Beaver and
Felt Bonnets;vcry handsome Beaver Hats; for Misses; lu
ding Hats, Gloves, and Whips; Boys' Hats aud Caps.
f3f" Fur Rooms en Second Floor.
WM. DODD A CO,
novlS 3t 144 Main, 3 d"ors belotv Fourth st.
LOST. ON THE ROAD 1'ROJI NASH
VILLE to Franklin, on the evening of llth inst., to
pair of saddle bags, and one pair of fine Maccinaw blan
kets, and one cloak; there were in the saddlo-bags some pa
pers, two letters from the Hon. B. F. Ferry, of South Caro
lina, to 1. liolnnson.ol Virgnia; one aocumeni iroin me
records of Lincoln county, Ky., and several receipts of mo
ney iaid for negroes, Ac. The finder can have tlie baggage
by sending the papers to KUtttdtT i.u. u,
iiovtr It Savage Grant, Wayne co., Virginia.
OTEAMER IROQUOIS, C.
O TEIISON.Mastsk. This splendid steam-
er, having been thoroughly repaired, will run l'l ija
NVa.rpmilar Pocket between this Port and
Frw Orleans, and will leave the first rise of water,
eisrht or Passage auolv to J. & R. YEATMAN,
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS TJ, S. HAIL PACKET.
aMIE splendid new passenger steamer,
II. R. W. lIILL,Tuos. Newel, Mas
ter, will run in the abva trade this sea
son. leATirir Memphis ou ber first trip on
Salurdav. lhe 22d of October. The HILL connects at
Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will civc throurfi tickets from New Orleans to
Thesulcndid nassenrer steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
Ipave :nlivilp evcrv Wednesdav. at 6 P M. with freisrht
arid liasSengers for the Hill.
A. U.lJiU.AU.'., I
A. L. DAVIS,
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MAIL
T70R MEMPHIS. NEW ORLEANS, ST
1 LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE TRY-
WEEKLY.-The Splendid New Passcnirerfc
SteumersCiTYopHDNTSViLLK, Jonx Sixrsox, and Kk bu
st- will Iotvo Vnsliviltn mtmv Mondar. "Wednesdar and Fri-
uar, al u o clocK r. il., conneciine ai l auucauwua me uai
IrlxHiisrilleand St. Louis U.S. Mail Uoals, and at Mein-
nhis with tho snlcndid New Orleans steamers bulletin. It.
H. W. Hill. (7eo. Collier, and MarvAene-". civiiie tbrouzh
tickets frum Nashville to eilher of the points above named.
Thcacconimodatiuus ot tins liue cannot be surpassed, and
pa-senjTors will find it by far the speediest meius of .travel
For freight or passage apply to
. A. I.DA IS,
' A. HAMILTON",
octS Agents at Na.-bville.
NEW ORLEANS AND "NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS
ELTiE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY, (PpK
(iimiANiiEE. This lar?e anil marniifi- UteAtt?
cent Steamer is now undergoing a thorough -ESSr
repair at Louisrilie, anu win use iier piuce us a neguiart
Packc' in thealwvetradeassoonas there is sufficient water.
und will continue durinjr the entire season.
In point of speed, comtort aud salely, tne iit.L.i,iv-lvt.l is
unsurnassed mi Urn Western wuters; which, with the tone
exuerience of her eentlemanlv Ummander anu tlie c-
em,) enables us contidenUy to recommend her to the busi
ness ami trartllinir cumumnitv. Mr. Northern will give
prompt personal attention to filhngordera lor liroceries, Ac
w.trj a eliare oi ikiirouaire is reuctuuii .-"'uunu.
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO ,
ug27 tin Agents.
Nnshville, Louisville uud Ciiiciiuinti Regular
W eeKiy 1-ncKei.s.
lVs.-nL'er Steamers. . FSeS-rz
1' STATESMAN, II. G. McCoKas, Slaster,
JtHIN P.TWTEI). David MilLaro. Master. sresr-
will make regular trips In the above trade, leaving Nash
vittAriTv TWsiIjv' at i o'clock. 1'. M. Retuminir. will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, aii ocioct, r. ji.
Tlitalxi hunts tin- A No. 1. and are ollicered bv expe-
ri enced bminess men, who will be thankful for orders for
UM-rchandi.ve. and pnmle. to give satisfaction .to all who
may entrust business 10 ineir care.
septl7 tf jmi.bO., UUitM-. & W.
' NnshviTle uud IiOiiIville Weekly I'acket,
1VMI. :ARVI?f.C. T. REEDKR. Master.
THIS splendid Steamer is nearly com- fT- fv
pleted, and will be o't Nashville the first UjSJfeB
Rvj.'i,r lhe 'rircr. Slie will 'earn- 400 Inn I iiiiWH TT III
and her accommodations for passengers are unequaled by
any boat of hat; dimensions. She will be commanded by
Can't a T. REKDER, loug and favorably known to our
communiiy, anu me iuiiiui-iiaim mci iuuc, nwciy.
She will make regular weekly Iritis, leaving UuisvPle ou
TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock,
I' M. At the Tonncr place pasengers will tind various
T?n!lrvA.l ....I Uiailuit Unps in mihtpt them t anrwiint
.. . I n i 1 . . , . 1 t r nlH.M .
of destination' they may desire, vie Tlie old established line
to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling Ilttsburp: and Lou
isville linK Jpflirsou Ituiroau. jc aii anoraiDir uie
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
All orders will oe uneu as luir us ui vuicmuau.
15? - For Freight or-rnssage, apniy 10
Si i;a.hi;ku. ji. iw i
Northern-. Master. This splendid U
itpsmpr U Miir in tlnn order and will run osS
a regular packet during the season between this port and
New Orleans. She will leavti on the first rise of water.
For freight or jossago appl v to
nort J.A-R. YEATMAN, AgenU
Snint Louis nnd Nashville Scmi-AVeekly Stenm
ALEONIA..... Caft. James Miller.
SAl.LIE WEST Capt. J. V. Tiiroop.
rrIlKnlmvasiilcndid steamers will com- . tPl$tXrt
1 mence their regular trip! on the first yvs'rfftf.lc
riiin f!umlierland River, and continue in-r ttz?.
tho trad during the season, leaving Nashville and St Louis
every Tuesday and Saturday at 4 P. M- For freight or pas
sage, having unsurpassed accommodations, apply to
novo n A. HAMILTON, Agent
TMIE AMERICA. THIS F,
I vorite Passenger and Freight steamer, kg
nnw at Smithland. has been thoroughly re-
paired the past summer, and will resume her regular trips
under the command of Capt JtEssJonxsox, between this
port nnd New Orleans, on the fa'rst rise of water, and con
tinue until tho season is closed. For freight or passage np
ply to , JOILNSO.VA WEAVER, '
Dyspepsia Cnrcd by the Liver rills. That
j lingering disease, Dyspepsia, so often mistaken for Con
' sumption, has its origin in a'discascd condition ofthe Liver,
and may, therefore, be et&cfually cured by theiuse'oCJ)r.
M'Lane's .Liver Pills, which have become so celebrated as a
speedy and effectual cure for tins class of diseases. Dr.
Oliver Morgan, a distinguished physician of Virginia, with
a very extensive practice, has used these pills in all cases of
Dyspepsia with complete- success. Certificates in abund
ance are in the hands of tlie- proprietors of this invaluable
medicinei The following, from Ohio, speaks volumes :
RicmioND, Jeff Co. Ohio.
Messrs. J. Kidd&Co; This U to certify that my wife has
been afflicted for se-.trst years witlithe lollowing pains, at
periods, more or less: Pain in the right side, about the edge
ofthe ribs, extending to the right shoulder; pain in the back
part of the head and above the eye, accompanied by weak
ness, loss rfappetite, and almost constantly con&tied to ber
bed. . Since August, she has used three boxes of De. Jl'
La.ne's Livku Pills; and I have now to state, that by the
use of these Pills, she has been benefitted in. no ordinary
degree. Under the providence of God she now enjoys good
health, and is able to attend to the domestic concerns ot my
family. JAMES STEWART.
Sold wholesale and retail byall theprincipal druggists
and country merchants throughout the United Stated.
Erom Persons Relieved.
,Tis sweet the rich rfume to prove.
As by the dewy bush you1 tove ; .
Tis sweet to dare the tangled fence, '
To cull the timid beauty thence;
. To wipe with tender hands away
The tears that on its blushes lay;
Then to the bosom of tho free and fair
Dromgoole's Bitters in triumph bear.
Go ask yon Girl of sweet sixteen, ' '
"With cheeks so rosy, and eyes so keen,
- What cured that palpitating heart?
Dromgoole's Bitters performed the greater part.
Go ask yon husband's lovely "wife
What cured her at tlie "turn or life i"
She answers, sweet, pleasant, and with case,
" Dromgoole's Hitters give rue perfect case." '
For sale in Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med-
ciue Store, College street, and by Druggists generally.
Delay not; harbor not in your mind that sentence of
fools philosophy, that aiiiM&twill get well of itself, or
that you can cure it with certain medicines for a few dollars.
Beware how you tamper with your general welfare.
Ye wild and vicious youths, why will ye persist in dosing
with Iho filthy natueitiru; compounii daily proffered, there
by impairing your appetite and digestion and destroying
you mentally as well as physically, when' you can be cured
with a few doses of pleasant medicines?
Ye rakes of every age and condition, why will ye softer
and repine and drag out a miserable existence,' unfitted for
the enjoyment and even ordinary purruitt ot life? You
who arc thus annoyed and wish to be restored to health and
vigor by a treatment at once pleasant and effectual, should
consult Dr. MORRIS. His success in chrtnicU diteans has
jjcen greater than that of any other physician of his day.
Many who have been for ycari afflicted with disease or con
sequences resulting from excess have been restored to
heahh and vigor under his really scientific- treatment.
Should a personal interview be objectionable, state yodr
disease in writting enclose five dollars. address Dr. W.
II. MORRIS, through tfia Post-Office, Nashville, Tenn., and
a package of medicines, securely put, up, wil bo sent pri
vately and with dispatch, full directions therewith, and
no qutttiont atied.
Persons living at a distance, and afflicted with&rJui,
OU Uktrt, Tetter Cdneert, JiU, FUluta in Am, ffraret
Stricture!, UlexU, or any disease whatever of an aggrava
ted or malignant charier, can be pur$d at .hpmef by consult
ing Dr. Mottius, by letter, post paid, enclosing five dollars.
Medicines pleasant and safe, can tie bent per mail to any
part of the United States.
Particular attention gircn to the treatment of female coin
plaints. Ladies who may bj afflicted with Irrnjutarilie,
Flour ABui or 1'titesf J'rolapsnt Uteri, or Filling of
4i.M Tir.,i .-,...1.1' .i i 4 i ' ' i.' , , ,.
wig irwK''uum uu wen mj lay asuie ail laise ucucacy
and promptly consult the Dr. Cuius Waeuantxd t
OlGce over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedartt,
near Post Office. Room, No. 14, up. stairs. nor 6. tf.
XS At the Verandah Hotel, kept by Mrs. Ed
MOSDsOxand ber son-in-law Mr. -Baches, there is a gentle
man from Scott County, Ky,wbo,for!rrf niontht, suffer
ed greatly froma chronicdisease.of'the stomach and bowels,
which could not bo removed by Ibemostapproced practice,
respected and continued as it was for the Dcctor't tale.
He bad paid his Doctor's Bill, without any calculation of
making another, thnkiug it was of no use; and no one ex
pressed any hope of his recovery except a stranger, who
happened to pass that way, and advised him to a different
course of treatment, which has this recommendation, that
in five nee li tirneW. has made him feel like engaging in
business. But why does he come out of this spell of sick
ness a strung advocate of Dr. Arnold's Union PilU?
Because, they are tlieprineipit remedy Used in the treat
ment of his case; and to their rtficjcy he is principally' in
debted for his recovery. Should not such cases be publish
ed? If some persons are opposed to their publication, can
anybody "tell us the reason wby?
The centleman above referred to is Elias Stone, a bi oth
er of Jonx Stone, the clerk at the Verandah.
Nashville, Oct 19 tr.
Dr. .Horse's Invigorating Elixir, .Cordial
Among all herbs applied in medical practice, that which
forms, the main ingredient in this preparation stands su
preme. It is Nature's catholocon. Had the travels of Dr.
Morse, which has added so raucli. to Science in its various
branches, resulted in the discovery of tliis. herb alone, he
would still have bee J 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, convulsed with ueu ralgia or tie do-
lereur, irregular itrany physical function, enervated in any
organ; subject to spasmodic pains of any kind I Here is
your remedy. Is your mind, your memory clouded; does
your head fail you in business, are you depressed in spirits.
debilitated, worn out, and nlteriy "out of heart ?" Here U
your renovator. Here is a stimulant more effective than
alcohol; permanent in its e0ect-, and harmless tothesystem
as filtered water. Think of these things, you that are sick
and suffering, and test our words by experiment
The Cordial is put up, highly concentrated, in pint bot
tles. Price three dollars per bottle, two for five dollars, six
foe twelve dollars. C. U. RING, Proprietor,
152, Broadway, New York.
Sold by Dnijnnsts throughout the United Stales. Canada.
the West Indies, and bv W.F. GRAY, successor to Cart-
right A Armstrong,-conier;ot Market and Broad streets.
v- .1 if.- rr " r..v , i. ... '
foct26 lmo d,tnvAtv.
R. R. R. NoMrsiKErixirs.Qjicr Acno.v is Stop
pino Pain" and Removing" its Cacses. Ifyuiiare suffering
rain, RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF will instantly stop
the most severe paroxysms,. Lf Cramp-, it Instantly allays
irritation, and imparts to every part ofthe system heit and
health; it produces an eqnal circulation of blood, and infuses
health and strength into the weak, disabled, lame, disease-
eaten limb and joint If sick Headache or Neuralgia, ifji-
arrlxpaor Rheumatisms afUictjou, it will instantly stop lhe
pain, and by taking it intema'ly will cleanse and sweeten
the Stomach, give strength and vitality to the nerves, ren
der them, terse and strong, and iron-proof against renewed
attacks of pain. Radwnya Ready Relief is composed ofac
live and positive properties; nothing inert or useless, dan
gerous or poisonous, enters its composition. It will always
relieve pain and cure its cause.
N.B. The sick will please bear in mind that we prepare
three diftereht remedies. H.R. Relief, however quick it
stops jwiin, will not cure all diseases. All acute pains
arising from diseased action. Nervousness, Languid Circu
lation, Weakness, &c, it will" quickly cure. But fordisea.es
arising from Bad Blood, Radway's Renovating- Rcsolreut
is u quick, pleasant end Radical Cure.
It renovates the whole system, and makes the blood "pure,
rich and healthy. It resolves away from the solid all jlis
eascd deposits, . It cures old Sores, Salt Rheum Humors.
Scrofula, Syphillis, Cancers, Ulce., Tumors, Rickets, Ac
Price of Resolvent, I per bottle. ' '
R.R.R. No. S Rada ay's. Regulators insure to all who
ue them a regular action 'ofthe bowels, and a healthv di
gestion. They core Costiveness, Liver Complaint Ac
Price 25 cents.
men to the advantageous arrangement that we have recent
ly made for the pu'iKHe of furnishinr. ilmm with .-IJl.in
superior quality, nt much lower rates than lias heretofore
been charged by similar establishments. The senior nart-
in Uie Eastern Markets-, gives m decided advantagw, which
we are returning to the beneiitof olir customers. With this
arrangement and the one price principle, we flatter our
selves that we.shall be able to give satisfaction to all who
may Tavor ns with their patronage.
t-fT" Jlakiu-' to t)nlnr UVl
ofthe most exiierienced ai-d superior cutters in the United
States, and will warrant our work to fire, entire satisfaction.
Our stock.of Goods on hand is large and beautiful, com
prising all the latest styles of fabrics introduced. Gentle
men will please call and examine our stock.
P0T CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
TEACHERS ! -TO TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC
Schools and Boards of Education. Tho Advertiser
and his wire, graduates of the New l'orfc .State Normal
School, and professional and experienced teachers, from
New York, desire a situation in their profession, in the
south. Address letters to "TEACHER," at this office.
(novl J It
CANDLES, for Bale bv
novl 1 ,
EDWARDS A UARRIS;,,
171SE.SII OV.STKRS. TWENTY
? cans Fresh Baltimore Oysters for sale by
epsjgienm- ,V., , , ,." v , ,ci""'"i; remaining connnuallv
fesvrti? J" 1 hiladelphia,) having been for many years engaged in
fy-iyii-f the tiurcliasc of material and llimaniir.i,.rr.i.T.i.:i-
LAKE SUPERIOR, i
IU Physical Character, Vegetation and Animals, compared
with those of other and similar regions. By Locis
Aoissit! ""With s Narrative ofthe Tour, by J. E. Cabot,
and contributions by other Scientific Gentlemen.' "El
.--.Pr.the. BendedTwig. . - - - - -
Pleasant Pages lor Young People
Or, Books of Home Education and Entertainment. By
S.I'.Newcoxsz. Illustrated. For sale by
novo TOON 4 RUTLAND.
The Great Cities of the World.
In their Glory and in their Desolation, embracing the
cities of Europe, Asia, Africa and America. With a history
of important events. By John Frost, L. L. D.
The Mysterious Parchment;
Or, the Satanic License, dedicated lo Maine Lawl'rogrcss.
By Rev. Joel Wakeman.
Passages from the History of a Wasted. Life.
By a middle-aged man. .
Uuclc Sara's Palace;
Or, The Reigning King.
Philosophy of .Mysterious Agents.
Human and Mundane; or the Dynamic Laws and Rela
tions of Man. E. C Rogers.
Prof. Sillimnn's Visit to Europe.
"This work embodies much nevy and curious inform,
ation on matters ol Science and Art, and (ensoaal sketches
of eminent Savons and men of Science. As the matured
impressions of the distimruislied and veteran author, on re
visiting Europe afleran interval ofnearly SOyeare, it is spe-
cuiuy interesting anu valuable. Ar.
SS?" The above, with a variety of other New Books, are
for sale by TOON A RUTLAND.
nov9 41 Union street
LETTER AND CAP PAPER.
Double Medium, Packet Post, Glazed Cover, and other
Papers. Just received by TOON A RUTLAND,
nov9 44 Union street
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY A Magazine of Literature,
Science and Art, The vovember with preceding numbers
for sale by nr TOON A RUTLAND.
Life of Capt Wm. B. Allen, by Dr. W. D. Rowles and A .
0. P. Nicholson; John Randolph, of Roanoke, and other
sketches of character, including William Wirt
Russell's Life of C.J. Fox.
Living Authors of America.
Rudiments ofthe Arts of Building.
History and Rudiments of Acbitecture.
Jane Seaton; Or, the King's Advocate. By James Grant.
For sale by novl JOHN YORK A CO. .
HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR NOVEMBER.
Just received by JOHN YORK A CO.
Jlisa Bremer's Homes o the New World. Impressions
of America translated by Mary HowitL, 2 vols, 12 mo.
On Civil Liberty and Self-government By Francis Iicb
Barnes' Notes on Daniel.
Tlie Second War with England. By J. T. Headlcy.
Life ofthe Right Hon. Edmund Burke. By James Pry
Fun Jottings; or, Laughs I have taken a Pen to. By
. P. Willis.
Life of the Rev. Adoniram Judson, D. 1). By Francis
Wayland,2 vols, 12mo.
Men and Thing, as I saw them in Europe. By Kirwan.
The Underground Mail Agent By Vidi. With illus
trations. "AlPsnot Gold that Glitters."
The Little Drummer Books for Children.
Wide, wide World an illustrated edition.
For sale by F. II AG AN.
novlS Market street
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.,
On Tuesday? AVeduesday and Thursday,
aUemSer 15ti, ISii and 17tt, 1S53.
TO CLOSE OUT CONSIGNMENTS.
VTTE w-II sell at auction, on TUESDAY", WEDNESDAY
VV and THURSDAY, November Utb, 16th and 17th,
without reserve, the largest and best assorted stock ever
offered in Nashville, of Foreign and Domestic, Staple ana
Comprising the greatest variety. Ladies "Dress Goods,
Woolens, bluffs, omen and Gentlemen's Wear, superior
black and colored Twilled French Cloths, and Doe Skin Cos
simeres, new stvle lancy Cassimcres, Mottled Cassimeres,
black, blue, cadet and mixed Satinets, Fancy Flaid do. of
entirely new patterns, Marino Janes, black, blue, grey and
gold-mixed do, bright colored Plaid Jeans, black and fancy
fcilk and Satin Vesting, Cashmere arid Velcenues do-
French Vest Shaiws, black Silk elvet of superior quality,
1 I 1 , , , " I I .. T- 1 ... 1 " I. 1 t '
uiacw auu cuiurcu i4uujr v citcis, uigu cuiureu vuasiuieres,
Cashmeres de Coss, 3fuslin de Lanes, Scotch Plaids. Can
ton Cloths, Solid colored Muslin de Laine, all wool French
and English merinos. Silk warp Alpacca, rich lustre. Bro
cade Alpaccas, falicy colored Alpucca, silk figured Louis
Cloth, extra 6-4 Cashmeres, glossv, black Iustering Silks
of all widths, fancy colored Silks. Dres Silks of new stvle
and great variety, ricu runs iini.uifcsiits)f laid Silts, W a
rerea ropuus, t,yon oik ciik eivet, loncy rans suit ea
ting, Barutha do, Bonnet Ribbons of great variety, new styles
and superior quality, black and colored Mantua Ribbons,
wap and niacx v eiret uo. Drown, green and blue lierage,
Silk Gloves of all qualities, Cloth Gloves fleeced liued,
Men's and Women's Cashmere Gloves. Twisted Silk Mitts.
Luce Mitts, and Gloves of all the different prices and qual
ities, macs ana coioreu lasimcre, dipacca, .Lawns, ool
key Red da. Cashmere do., new style English da;
bleached Muslins and Drillings of all qualities aud widths:
brown Muslins and Drillings of all widths; blue, drab,
red, green arid marble Blankets; large stock of Bed Blan
kets, Cnb Blankets, steamboat berth do, heavy grey,
"brown and white Mackinaw Blankets, Dutlil do., Untun
twilled do, 1'laid Alpaca (travelling) Blankets. Negro
Blankets, Plaid horse do,, white, yellow, scarlet and green
Flannels, Bed TTckiugs, 5-1, 7-3 and 4-1 wide Furniture
and Apron Checks, lJicknjy Shirtings, Mariners strijies,
and counterpain Checks, Fancy Neit Caps, woolen Houds,
woolen Comforts, and the greatest variety of Trimmings
and Lace work, white goods of all qualities, Swiss, Nam
soot, Book and Mull Muslins, Jacuuett Cambric, Crc ss
barred Muslins, white and colored Cambrics, Necdtcs
Pins, Silk, Linen aud Cotton Threads, Buttons for Over
coats, dress coats, pints and vests, Braids, Tapes; .tc. Ac.
1 .. -.. . . if L.-:i i. li, r. v : i t I.. li...
Kossuth aud Mexican soft Hats, black, white and colored;
black and colored wool Hits, large stock of Caps of every
variety, Umbrellas, of all the ditterent sizes and qualities;
new fall style Silk Bonnets, trimmed; Travelling Rg,
Carpet da. Satchels, Hardware, Cutlery, Paper, Ac Ac.
The stock is the largest ever offered in this market, and will
be sold freely. Several large consignments which we hare
instructions to close. The latest styles of French and other
continental compose a large portion of this stock, which
will be sold without reserve. Terms liberal,
DUNCAN. MORGAN A CO.
FUTURE SALES, 1833.
December 13th, 14th, and 15th.
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES,
BY 3IOR.it IS & STRATTON.
WE mil sell in front of our store, ou Monday morning
next, the 14th November, ISM, f6r cash :
6o hhds prime brown Sugar ;lw bags Coarse Salt;
100 ba'iM Extra Bait Coffee: lOt) do Medium do?
100 bbls choice
u Mils choicj r'd Molasses; 100 bbls Ohio WhUA v;
bbls loaf, crush'd and pow 'X " Pike's Magnolia,
,1 I O. o- it JV . r t . .
dered Sucarr 23 " Tennessee D I) Jo-,-
50 casks sup Carb Soda; 25 " Bourbon, live ar-.d
1 . . r ..... "
zj uuxes Jar poap; jionoDg v niSKy;
25 do Starch; 25 bbls .Brandy, Gin, and
25 do Tallow Candles; Rum;
20 do Tobacco, varbr'ndsrio bbls Mai and Port Winer
Together with Indiro. Madder. Pemier. SDiee. Ginirer.
Brimstone, Alum, Blacking, Green Tea, Brooms, Ac
We invite the attention of deidere ecnerallr to this sale.
as we are ueiermincj losell wiinoui reserve.
uovs MORRIS ASTRATTOX.
CASH SALE OF GROCERIES
RY DAVIS fc SWANX.
AS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1S53, we will selUn
Vy front orocr Auction Rooms, for Cash.
45 hogsheads Sugar; 25 boxes Chees?,
50 bas Rio Coffee; 50 barrels Flour ,
15 bbls Loaf Sugar; 20 dox. Cin. Brooms;
,75 boxes Star Candles; 10 bbls Rve Whisky;
80!" Tallow do; 10 bbls American .Brandv:
20 " Sperm do; 10 Kob'aon co. WhUkv;
Together with Indigo, Madder. Pepper. Soda. Ilouh
t; r o. i t i . L '
WILL BE ADDED TO THE SALE
000 bags Liverpool Salt;
20 bales Spanish Moss.
DAVIS A SWANN,
novl2 No. 73, Public Sjuare.
STAR CANDIiES.-G0 BOXES ANI 1!5 HALF
boxes Star Candles, just received per Harturille. and
fur sale by novl2 DaVISASWANN.
LIQUORS! LIQUORS! I
JUST received per Cumberland,
40 bbls old MonongaheU WhUky;
25 old Rye, 5 years old;
29 " eight pipes Sifiuetta;
In store and for sole, low lor cash,
oct 2. DAVIS & SWANN.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR. I
BBLS. Extra Family Flour in store and fin- sale
DAVIS A SWANN.
-VfOTICE.SUBSCRIBER.S TO THE PRES
XX BYTERIAN HERALD, at LouisviUe. Ky., ore inform
ed that tlie undersigned is an authorized agent for that pa
per. Now is the time to pay in advance, and save fifty
cents. - CHARLES W. SMITH,
oct23 College st., near Union.
MR. HEADLEYJS NEW WORK.
- - -r
SECOND WAR WITH ENGLAND.
W". T. BERRY Jt CO. have just received
Ileadley, in 2 vols. . ' ' j
.y Srjk Co. have also jnst rcceivcJ ft , .
. HjOdkj's Washingooj'.nd his,6oleraIs." J
3I1SS CARLE.VS ZfEW WCltK.
i ...i . i - ..; i-. : . . ; , i-u
W. T. B. Jc CO. have ulso jnst received
GUSTAVCS. LINDORN: Or -Lead us net into Temp,
tation." ByEmilie Carten, author of "One. Year of Wnl
l')ck," Ac. ,
Wi T.' B.' & CO. hare also jut received '
ONETYE.VR i A Tate oT Wedlock. By ML Carien!
THE BRIDE1OF OJIBERY. By MUs Carien. '
VENICE: THE CITY OP THE SEA. Uylla-
NEW ENGLISH BOOKS.
jW. T. BERItY.i.CO.,,haTejust received, .
f. TaTies' History of Holland, frtir the beginning triSe
Tenth to the end of the .Eighteenth Century, 3v calf.
2. M.Theirs'lIfstory of the Freiici Revolution, 5 toIs,
calf, with Portraits.
8. Sir Hudson Lowe's Journal A Hi?tory of the CiDtiv.
JjT,0' N'apol600 at St Helena; froni (Ik; tetters and jcrmals
v. ".. "mwtuuw, oir milium xo)we, anu viuaai
Documents tot.before'mfcpbKa';liy Wtlliain-FcS-Jythe,
M. A, 3 vols; cloth. . ,
4. Townsend's Lives of tb Jndpes, 2v.
5. TheRepublioofPlafo.lv. "
6. Pepys" Diary and Correporjdi-nee. 4 v, calf.
7. Evelyn's Diary and Corrcspo'deBee,4vrcalC
8. Walker's Analysis of Beauty, lv. - -
9. The Life cf F.eld-Marshal UeUtsgten.Sr. !
10. Breeslttilwav Practice. 27.'
IU The Picture Pleasure Book for Ch'ddren, illustrated
by 500 Engravings qo. -
12. DeLalmeon the Coftstiuition of England, wiih 3Ir
13. Rome in the Nineteenth Century; containing s ccta
plcte account ofthe Rains or the Ancient City, the RmuxIrs
of lhe Middle Ages, and the Monuments of Modern Times
with Remarks on the Fina Arts, the Museums of Sctuplur,
and Painting, the Manners, Cusious, and Religiouh Cere
monies ofthe Modern Romans. Bj? Charlotte A Eaten, 5th
14. Stories of English and ForeigB Life. By William and
Mary Uowitt With 20 engravings.
15. Life of Wellington, by an Old SoMIer,
10. Boswell's Lifii of Johnson, illuiiratcd edition, 4 vols,
bound iu 2 calf,
"lt.'l'ope's Homer's Iliad, with Flaxman'j'IRnstnirioas,
18. Pope's Ilomer's OJyssey.wiih FTavman's IUustiations,
13. Hall's Bootof British Ballllils.
20Jleauties of the Court of Charles the SecooJ.whh
21. The Illustrated Magazine of Art
22. The Crystal Palace and its Contents.
28. Maxwell's Victories of Wellington. . .
24. Tlie Origin and Prugressef the Art of Writing,
THERE.VS. it has pleased Almitrh.
deuce, tlirongh another year. He has preserved to us, no
impaired, our rich inheritance of civil njid religious fiee
doin has kept us from war wilbout aud. tumult williin -lias
guarded us from pestilence and famine - lias cauwd ti e
genial alternations ofsunshine and shower to fall, in their
season, upon lhe broad acres oTqur land; thus tilling our
homes and storehouses with abundant prnvuion, for man
and beast, and has reauifed the hand of toil and industry in
every department with & rich and full reword ; for all of
which it becomes m as a people to relum our thanks to
Him who is the author and dispenser vf all pd. I'nder
a solemn conviction of these trutlis, and iu conformity w th
a conmiendable usage in this, and other of our sister States.
I do, (hererore. designate and wt apartTlIl'RSDAY.THE
21TH DAT OF NOVEMBER inst, lobe observed ns day
of TILVXKSGrVING AND PRAYER, and I do earnestly
invite all lhe people of the State to its devout and religious
observance as such.
In testimony whereof I, Asdbkw Jonxsox, Governor of
tbeSrate of Tennessee, Lave hereunto set my hand
and caused the Great Seat of said Slate to be affixed,
at office iu Nashville, this 71h day cf Novembe",
By the Governor.
W. B. A. Raiet. Secretary of Stale.
All Jhe papers in the Stale will please publish the above
in their earliest issue. jnov td
LADIES' FANCY DRESS FURS, MUFFS,
YICTORINES, AND CUFFS.
IVrSg&ELADIES will bear in Wind that tlie largest
J'Ssfe? asiortUlent of Ladies and Misses FL'KS ever
l3? in one Store, are now ready forexhibiticuatthe
FUR EMPORIUM or FXASCW n iHTJAX,
No. iSi Public Square.
They have taken great pains in selecting their FURS for
the FALL TRADE, and I -adiesmay rely ur on getting noth
ing but the genumt FUItS; as we sell no mniUitiowr,
LYN1X. BAl)t;ElW, stone and rork 3IARTIN, in setts.
FI1CH, JENNKTT. and CONY, d VICTORINES and
CUFFS, SWANSDOWN and ERMINE necties; Wristlets,
and Capes; tn which we invils the earliest attention ot tae
Ladies. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
Hat, Cap, and Fur Store, No. 22 lubhc Stpure.
XX. ZENS and .STRANGERS, VISITING and ssinir
through the Citr, to call and examine tlie magmKcient and
superb MOLES'KLVIIATS. msuiifoclitred by FRANCISCO
A WHITMAN. No. 2J. Public Siinare.
Ererv styled HE.ll) ORNAMKTS, can be had atlheir
"PALACE HAT" STORK.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
oct2!. No; 23 Pubhc Siuan?.
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS Are invued to
call and examine tha beautiful assortment of chil
dren's and infant's Hats and Cups of the latest and most
approved styles, which are for sale st the splendid hat es
tablishment of FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
oct29 No. 21, Public S.)unre.
rplIE JIiri'ROl'OLlTAN Jl AT Thte perto
X. who wislia nuatand com&rtabhi business Hat. would
do well to call and examine those beautiful new Mrle that
we huve just received. FRANCISCO A WUlTil AN
oct2j iafc. Public Square.
CIOVARTNERSHII. I IIAVTTIlTlJ DAY
' asmciated with me in the Wliole-ole Urotery, Com
mission, Receiving and Forwarding; Bunnecs, Jlr. WIL
I.IA3I PHILLIPS'. t Natlivillv, under lhe name aud stria
or LANIER A PHILLIPS,
nov I. H. LANIER.
L. U. LAXIE3. ' wit. rlULLIrs.
LANIER & PHILLIPS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS. C0HM1SSI0N, RECEIVING
AND FOIIWAUDINU MKKCIIASTS
nov Xu. Vf, JJWwrf, A4l Ttnn.
r EIQHTH pipes extra Chumpuigne Brandy;
5 quarter cak Malaga Vine:
5 eiglitli plpetiluscAt .do; -
. 2 LrgsSumghton's BTttersJ .
2 .Essence 1'eppermtBt; " , ,
.VbUsOUKveWhi'kr, . '.,
6il " Star " dir.
For sale by aug27 W. II, CORDON A CO.
V.x boxes Fancy'Piat Flasks;
200 " " If do,
100 " UraH'AiO-
Forsale br W. H.'G0RIK)N"A CO.
I7LOUR 200 bhld extra While Wheat Hmr;
" 2u0 " NewrYorlcJIiIlsei.Familydo
20Q " Alputgowerv do;
100 " Gullegq Mills do;
ForsRle by sept27 W. H. CORDON A CO.
AMERICAN N O A P. i IV boxes American Creaui
Sup.iiibai; 100 bbh American Laundry Soap, in
moss. Wariantrd to di the work of the-laundry, in colJ
water, eitiier soft hard, or salt For sale bv -ept21
W. 1L GORDON A CO.
100 bbls Old Bourbon, Mbnonganeb, and old Rye do;
100 eighth pipes Caampaigne Braody, su'p. article;
SOcasltsMalkfA W.nc. For sale by
sept24 W. IL GORDON A CO.
DURKKE'S BAIfINU HOWDKRS.-l) caii
and half case Durkee's celebrated Baking Powders,
fresh. Sirsaleby W. H. COKI) i.V A CO.
W. U. (iOSt)ON A CO.
-BILL PAPER, IIROAD
and narrow, by thereamorsinglwqnire. Kiiruile'-y
novC CIIARUM W. S3IITIL
TiVKS.-ARNOLIS COPYLNi INK; RED
X Ink: Arnold's Blue Fluid; GuBot's Carmuie; JIsTmird
A Noyes's Black, in all sued bottles; Payseu s Indelible Int
dv i ue dozen or single oouie. iiirMieoj
novC - CHARLES W. SMITH, College street
TUST received a splendid assortment of Uold I apcr,
j t -v-.i..t V..lur and Plain Sit in Paners tor
uum Him . . . . , . ,
Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper, new patterus, wide Greeu Tenters. Ac
f3t"On hand, a Urge assortment ot unglixed papers.
from 10 to 25c per bolt nlMMrl.
No. 20, College street; next door to. the .Sewanje House
ji. jj Pper-tunging done in the best-mance.-. oct2
PERKINS & C'L.VC'JC Are now prernred fo re
ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal ad rencesnuds
to cousigoineuts. oct.3
FEWARD3 A HARRIS.
jut - iJt 'linwrw