DAILYS8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLYS250
' G. C. TORBETT A- CO
E. 0. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TOBBETT,
TUJBSDAY MORNING, NOV. 21, 1S54
ELECTIONS ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN.
The telegraph, with oce sliock, gave all the Con
gressmen in Illinois and Michigan to the whig-abo-tion-know-nothing
fusion, and "rebuked" Senator
Douglass, of Illinois, by announcing that tha Le
"gislature of that Stata was overwhelmingly against
him. The slow returns by mail show that all is
not lost in those States. In Michigan, one Nebras
ka democrat has been elected to Congress, and in
Illinois four, as we learn from the following:
CnicAOo, Nov. 11. Four Nebraska democrats
have been elected to Congress by large majorities.
The senate will be democratic. The house is doubt
ful General Shields will be his own successor in
the United States Senate. The following are the
names of the democratic candidates known to be
5th district. W. A. Richardson.
Gtli " Thomas L. Harris.
7th " James C. Allen.
gtfi " Samuel A. Marshall
The democracy of the country will cordially join
the y"ashgton Union in the following congratu
lations on this result:
Shall Illinois arrest TnE tide or Fanaticism!
If our telegraphic despatch from Chicago. Illinois.
dated at that city on the 11th of November, (and
receivea yosieruayj snouid prove to be true, (anil
on inquiry we find little reason to doubt it) it con
veys to the country intelligence of one of the most
remarkable triumphs of courage and energy in the
face of proscription and hatred of which wo have a
record m political annals. Our own opinion is, that
the general tacts ot tne despatch will be continued
by the final returns. Should th'u be so, Judge
Douglas will nave shown how laitmuUy ne pre
serves ins reputation as a oom anu persevering
champion ot Uie right, in tne lace ot tne most f orm
idable and powerful combinations; for it was in Ill
inois that his Nebraska bill was most foully mis
represented. And what rendered his adversaries
more confident and more unscrupulous was the
succession of defeats which, in other States, had
overtaken the democratic party each being repre
sented as an explicit and emphatic decision against
the Nebraska bill. No mattter how many isms
were accumulated to bring disaster upon the dem
ocracy in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, the po
tential element was declared to be the Nebraska
bill. It mattered not how the know-nothings, who
really cared little for the Nebraska issue, feven
while electing abolition whigs to office,) hurried
tlieir legions against the democracy, every demo
cratic overthrow wa3 so much of a rebuke upon
Jndee Douglas and Nebraska. That the opponents
of that able and intrepid statesman should be eager
10 prostrate nun -at nome an men Know. JNOtn
thing has been left untried to accomplish this re
sult. In all the experience of the oldest politicians
nothing like the persecution called into action a-
gainst him has ever been witnessed. The abolition
and whig press of the North traduced him in lan
guage of unexampled falsehood and vulgarity. Hie
whole'chanicter, public and private, every incident
ot ins nie, ana even ins domestic relations, were in
turn made the pretexts for the most malignant and
the most ingenious slanders. In this bad game,
.fitly led by the New York Tribune, even decent
whig papers dm not hesitate to take part; and when
the gallant and fearlers senator from Illinois was in
terrupted and persecuted by an insane negro and
abolition mob in his own city of Chicago, the pecu
liar worshippers of "law and order" were loud in
praise of the turbulent rioters against the right of
American citizens to meet in public and discuss
their own affairs. It would, indeed, be a forcible
and eloquent comment upon this continued and in
satiable fystnm of revenge and of violence against
a just and out-spoken public man, if the tide of a
mistaken popular opinion could be reversed in the
State of Illinois. There would be a sort of provi
dential justice in the fact tlift the revolution a
gainst Judge Douglas and the democratic party
should be first arrested and turned back in Illinois
the State he has so long and so laboriously serv
ed, and so ondurmgly honored.
We shall rejoice to be able to chronicle such a re
sult not alone for the sake of Judge Douglas, but
also for the sake of the fearless Richardson, and his
compeers, Allen, Harris, and Marshall.
ARKANSAS U. S. SENATOR.
Wo learn from the Memphis Appeal that the elec
tion for United States Senator which came off be
fore the Arkansas Legislature now in session, re
sulted in the unanimous choice of the Hon. Robert
W. Johnson. This is a proud and "just recom
pense of reward" forability, energy and faithfulness,
and is such a manifestation ot conhdence and ap
probation as is seldom received by any public ser
vant, enabling Mr. Johnson to serve his generous
State still more efficiently and acceptably.
The information of this election was conveyed to
us in advance of the newspaper mail, by the oblig
ing Representative from Mississippi county :
Little Rock, Ark. Nov. 10, 1854.
Messrs. Editors Gentlemen: The election for TJ-
nited States Senator has just taken place. The
Hon. Robert W. Johnson received an unanimous
vote to fill the vacancy ocoasioned by the resigna
tion of Mr. Borland, and also an unanimous vote
lor the full term from the 4th of March next
J. C. HARDING.
The Chicago Times announces the election of
Major Thomas L. Harris, (Democrat) to Congress
in Uio Springfield district The Times says: "It
is with extreme pleasure that we announce the e-
leclion of Major Thos. L. Harris in the Springfield
district, over Yates. Never has there been a more
unprincipled policy carried on than was adopted by
tho opposition in the Cth.
Til B MASSACHUSETTS ELECTIONS.
Tho following is the result of the Congressional
elections in Massachusetts. Every member chosen
is a Know-nothing. Attached to their names we
givo their political principles :
1. Rev. Robert B. Hall, of Plymouth, Free
2. James Buffington, of Taunton, Freesoil Whig.
3. Win. a. Damrell, of isedham, freesoil.
4. Linius I. Comins, of Roxbury, Freosoil
5. Anson Burlingame, of Cambridge, Freesoil.
C. Timothy Davis, of Gloucester, ireesoil Whig.
7. .Nathaniel 1'. .banks, dr., oi ttaitnom, free
8. Chancey L. Knapp, of Lowell, Freesoil
9. Alexander Do AVitt, of Worcester, Freesoil,
. 10. Rev. Mark Tafton, of Westueld, treesoil.
The Savannah Georgian says that Wilson, the
free soil nominco for Governor, withdrew from the
canvass, with the understanding (as was charged)
that his friends should support Gardner, the Know-
nothing candidate and in consideration thereof,
tho Know-nothings are to unite their forces in the
legislature with the Free soilers, and make Wilson
Senator of the United States. All of the candidates
for Congress have heretofore been acknowledged
Whatever credit, then, we were disposed to give
the Know-nothings for defeating the Seward nomi
neo in New York, (when there was reason to be
lieve they had defeated him) they have forfeited by
the seW-hons which they have made in Massachu
setts. In tho latter state the very worst men run
ning, as lar as wo can judge of their characters,
nave been successful. Washburn, Jtb.e whig nomi-
nee ior uovernor, is far more conservative than
most or tho candidates whom the whigs of New
England have lately put up for office, Bishop, who
was supported by the democrats, had he been elect
ed, would have dono credit to the office. In tho
Congressional Districts, whatever difference there
was between tho whig and democratic candidates
and those of tho Know-nothings, on the slavery
question, was in favor of the former and against
What we some time since stated on the strength
of information then received, turns out to be true,
to wit : that the Massachusetts Freesoilers had cap
tured the Know-nothing lodges. Hence our friends
may learn how baseless is their hope that Know
noUiingism will overthrow Abolitionism. In all
the Northern States, save New York, the two seem
to be in harmonious co-operation. Let us beware
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THE EXPULSION OF MB. 80ULK FROM FRANCE
Tho facts appear to be that Mr. Soule, tho Amer
ican Minister to Spain,, on his landing at Calais,
whence he came from London, was stopped byithe
police, and informed that he could not pass through ,
France on his return to Madrid, but must lake tho .
next steamer and leave the country. Mr. Soule
asked tho Commissary if he knew who ho was,
and was answered in the affirmative. The Minis
ter then desired to sea the orders he had received,
but this request was refused. Of course, Mr.
Soule was obliged to return to London, having.no
other alternative. While in Cahas, he was under
the surveillance of the police.
On his arrival in Xondon and the occurrence be
ing made known, it created considerable excite
ment in American circles. Mr. Buchanan gave the
subject special attention, and addressed Mr. Mason, ;
the American Minister at Pans, a spirited letter.
In the mean time, Mr. Mason called personally to
see the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, and demanded
to know why Mr. Soule had been forbidden to pass
through France on his way to Spain. Whereupon
the Secretary informed him that there were three
objections. First, The bad treatment of Mr. Dil
lon, the French Consul in San Francisco. Second
ly, Mr. Sanders' letter to the French people. Third
ly, The Cuba question.
Our readers will have no difficulty in understand
ing these positions; and wo have no doubt Mr.
Mason represented the facta in each case, in such a
manner, as would satisfy any person, except one
who was determined not to understand them. It will
bo remembered that the French government made
no objection to Mr. Soulc's passing through France
on hi3 way from Madrid to London, and there
fore, the refusal to allow him the same privileges
on his return, looks like an after-thought a sort of
trap into which to inveigle an unsuspecting man.
If Napoleon thinks this comports with the policy
of a wise government, he will find in the end that
he is mistaken. The American Government will
notice, in becoming terms, this insnlt to our Minis
ter. Of this, wo can entertain not the slightest
doubt What course Mr. Mason may adopt, until
instructed by the Government, is uncertain. Ho
may demand his passport and retire to London, and
in doing so he would be fully justified. It is possi
ble, however, that the French government will
make such an explanation as will induce him to re
main. The British Cabinet took early action upon
the subject, and wo would not be surprised if the
difficulty should be adjusted through its agency.
The following is an extract from the Washington
correspondent of the Philadelphia American. It
agrees with Mr. Gaillardet's statement that Mr.
Soule has not meddled with French politics :
Letters from Mr. Soule, brought by the Atlantic,
have been received here by the Government. He
states that neither by word, deed, letter, nor com
munication has he compromised himself, or in any
manner interfered with French affairs.
The editor of the New York Tribune says :
"Our habitual readers are quite aware we es
teemed the appointment of Mr. Soule, as Minister,
to Madrid, a most unwise one, and that we have
seen abundant reason since, to confirm our original
impression. But Mr. Soule's faults, whatever their
extent or character, are not such as should subject
him to discipline at the hands of Napoleon III, by
the grace of immeasurable perfidy and scoundrel
iim, Emperor of the French. Mr. Soule was never
hi3 subject, though he was formerly a Frenchman,
which nationality he has deliberately surrendered.
He is now an American citizen, and entitled to all
the rights of American citizenship, in France as
eleswhere. The London Times is assuming that
Louis Napoleon has a right to deal otherwise with
him than with a native born American, assumes
what our Government can never concede without
compromising the personal rights of Three Millions
of our People. This will never be done.
Let us not be misunderstood. We admit, with
out restriction, the rightof the French Government
to determine what foreigners shall or shall not be
admitted into France. But if the French despot
has a right to exclude, without a reason that he is
not ashamed to give, a representative of our gov
ernment fromFrance, we have a right at least
equally perfect to withdraw our Embassador from
Paris and request Napoleon's emissary here to take
himself out of the U. States. If the Emperor has
a right to do what he likes with his own. our Gov
ernment has an equal right on receiving a flagrant
insult, to decline further intercourse with the author
of that insult. There surely is nothing in the
character or career of Louis Napoleon which should
render familiarity with him particularly desira ble."
NEW ORLEANS RAIL ROAD.
We are informed that the Locomotives heretofore
ordered by this company, are daily looked for, hav
ing arrived in Charleston some six weeks since.
About seven miles of the track is laid and the whole
would ere this have been completed to Franklin,
the company having iron enough here for that pur
pose, had it not been for an oversight in sending
forward the bolts and chairs with which the rails
are fastened, and which we understand have been
in this river since May last Owing to the low
water the company have been unable to get them
to Nashville, and this has necessarily caused the
company to suspend laying down the track.
In this connexion we would call attention to the
sale of lots advertised by Lindsley & Crockett, to
take place adjoining the depot of this road, on
Thursday the 23d inst We are informed by Messrs.
L. & C. that they confidently expect that the Iron
Horse will do the puffing for them on that day, the
company having promised that if their engine has
arrived, they will put it in motion on that occa
sion. New York, Nov. 17, m. Several of the n antra
announce that the Soule affair is settled: that the
Emperor has rescinded his order, and that Mr.
Soule would leave London on the 4th for Madrid.
The Herald makes Clark Co5 ahead. He is con
sidered undoubtedly the Governor elect
The Journal of Commerce and Courier and En
quirer show but small majorities.
Baltimore, Nov. 17. Charleston i3 entirely free
from fever, and business is brushing up. We are
in receipt of New Orleans papers of Saturday.
The details of the Orizaba differs from the tele.
graph accoents of the battle fought at Camp de
Guenero, which resulted in a victory of Alvarpz'q
forces, routing the Government troops and killing
300. Alvarez's son, at the head of the guerrilla for
ces, had captured a number of prisoners, and 3,000
head of cattle. Gen. Alvarez has issued au address
denouncing the dictator, closing with, "Down with
the Tyrant ' "death to the despot," tc
The Washington Union says that from informa
tion received Napoleon's reason must be grave in
deed to save the act toward Mr. Soule from the im
putation of a national insult.
Cincihkati, Nov. 17. Nothing new has trans
pired in money matters, and Third street is assum-
mga quiet appearance.
Boston, Nov. 17. Orders were received at the
Charlestou Navy Yard to fit out the Cyane and
Saratoga as soon as possible.
Cincinnati, Nov. 17. At New London. Butler
county, yesterday, the tower of the new Congrega
tional (Jhurcn.in course of construction, fell on tho
workmen and others, killing Robert Jones. N. Jonrs.
-r i n r 1 i . 1
oonn u. ouuea, mm n uuuuing ten otners. one or
. . , T t t ... - ' . .
two laiauy. jonn v. Jones is a wealthy elchman
and is generally known among his countrymen
throughout the country.
MONEY MATTERS IN CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, Nov. 15 P. M.
The closing of the Mechanics' and Trader's Bank
has caused an increased excitement, and financial
matters are now worse than ever. Confidence is
decidedly weak, but no mercantile failures have oc
curred. Gold is eight per cent premium. There
is a large amount of money offering outside, in small
lots, by parties who are afraid to hold it; and more
relief is experienced in this way than when the
funds were in the hands of bankers.
The principal Banking houses having failed, we
are now near the bottom. The three heavv nrivate
Bankers that remain are above suspicion, and these,
with the Trust Company, are receiving nearly all
the business. The denosits btp Iipavv anil 11 fli.it
is required to make money easier, is confidence.
The notes of the Mechanics' and Traders' Bank are
received on deposit, the other
Bank being bound for their redemption.
Detroit, Nov. 15. Peck. Nebmokn n
for Congress, elected in the fourth district. '
fFrom the London Times, October 31.1 ,
PROGRESS OF ATTACK ATSEIiASTOI'Ob. !
Tho latest telegraphic intelligence which has been
recivedby the French and English Governments i3 I
dated from the Crimea on the 20th inst At tho time
the siege was going on favorably; tho botxbirdment
from the trenches of the)beairging armi s had bien
resumed on the 19th with effect; but tho enemy is
not reported to have sustained the los3of any essen
tial part of the (ortres3. From tho moment that it
was clearly ascertained that Sebastopol could not be
rtduced, even from the south side and by land, with
out the operations of a regularsiege, there i3 reason
to feel surprised at the length of these proceeding.!.
It is perfectly true that we had been led, in com
mon with all chief military authorities, to anticipate
an easier termination of this great enterprise, when
ouce the place should be invested on the south. The
hills above the town were supposed to command
the most important positions, and the accounts of
the most recent travellers, as well as the careful sur
veys undertaken by officers of our own fleet, had
failed to discover all the resources which the Rus
sians had prepared for resistance. Every fortified
town ha3 its weak points as well as its strong ones;
but, in the present instance, the jealous tnd secret
policy of the Russian Government had to a great
extent succeeded in withholding from our generals
a full knowledge of tho place they were about to
For instance, it has been found that the deep and
broad ravines which extend down to the harbor and
the dock yard in front of the British lines not only
increase the difficulty of driving our approaches and
parallels within a short range of the walls, bnt al
so present serious obstacles to an assault in that
quarter. Hence the principal reliance of the right
attack lies in the facility we have acquired for shell
ing the town with our heavy guns, while the at
tack on the garrison and the forts i3 brought more
nearly home on the other side. The French were
enabled to open their first parallel nearly three
hundred yards nearer to the town than our ad
vanced lines, and below the stony surface they
found a layer of clay serviceable for the purpose of
entrenchments. Their position is therefore more
favorable for the purpose of an assault than that of
the British army; and it will probably be tound
that while our troops are making a powerful diver
sion to the east, the decisive attack will be begun
on the western extremity of the lines. General
Canrobert has succeeded, with the assistance of the
French navy, in erecting a strong redoubt on the
extreme left of the position, which has been armed
with no less than five batteries, mounting in all 5G
euns. Many of these pieces areot the largest cali
bre, and have' been taken out of ships of the line for
the purpose. This work has the double advantage
of affording an effectual shelter to the .trench army,
in the event of a strong sortie of the garrison, while,
on the other hand, seme of these batteries are so
placed as to command the western forts and out
works of Sebastopol. It was, no doubt, against
this work that the sortie of '.he garrison was di
rected which is mentioned by Prince Menschikoff,
in his dispatch of the 23d, but we must wait for a
better authority than that of the Russian Command
er in Chief before we credit the assertion that elev
en French mocters and eight guns were spiked by
the Russians on this occasion.
On tho Russian forts, which are situated nearest
to the sea the maritime attack of the li th of Oct,
was made, and apparently with succeess; but we
still await, with exteme interest, the particulars of
this engagement, which is the hrst great teat ot
arms performed by the Black Sea fleet. Without
forcing this line of sunken vessels and the double
boom which obstruct the entrance of the harbor,
there is no doubt that our vessels could come in
sufficiently near to Fort Constantine on the north
side, and to the Quarantine Fort on the other, to
teat the walls ot those works by a very severe lire.
The Moniteur states, and the same intelligence is
transmitted in several forms from Vienna, that the
north battery was destroyed by the fire of the
English ships, and the south battery silenced by
that ot the J rench. This termination ot the attack
would account for the fact that it was not resumed
on the following day, and we may suppose that
the ships had accomplished all they could under
take at that moment, without forcing the entrance
of the port Admiral Lyons and the Agamemnon
were, as we had confidently anticipaied, iu their
place on this occasion; and the Retribution, unde
the command of Capt Drummond, has on this, as
on all other occasions, shown her aptitude for every
description of service. We have reason to believe
that seven ships of the allied squadron tookpartin
this attack; the French Admiral's ship, the Villede
Paris, was one of them, and we trust that Admiral
Duudas was equally zealous in the defence of the
honor of his flag.
The public allusion which the Emperor Louis
Napoleon has recently made, in his letter of condo
lence to Madame de St Arnaud, to the '-timid
counsels" which at one time threatened to suspend
the great enterprise in which we are now engaged,
removes in some degree that reserve which had
hitherto been maintained on this delicate subject
We cannot doubt that, sooner or later, the facts will
be entirely ascertained and generally known, and
that every one concerned in these memorableevents
will go down to history with his appropriate badge
of caution or of valor. But since this taunt ha3
been thrown out by no less a personage than the
Emperor of tho French, and it may for a time ap
pear to reflect on the gallantry and well deserved
honors of the leaders of this expedition, we hasten
to add that no one acquainted with the facts can
for an instant intend to insinuate that the slightest
want of resolution was at any moment discemable
in the conduct of Lord Rajlan or of Admiral Lyons,
of General Canrobert, or of Admiral Bruat.
Throughout the whole course of the campaign tho
conduct of these eminent commanders has been in
every respect worthy of their position and of the
flags under which they serve, and the progress of
the enterprise is unquetionably due to their energy.
If others faltered under weight of responsibility or
the magnitude of the expedition, we believe that I
they acted up to the measure of their judgment and
J ... r o"c"1'Q"u
No one knows better than the Emperor of the
French that it was his own Cabinet, and among
his own military advisers, that the expedition to
the Crimera had to encounter the largest amount of
opposition ana adverse criticism; font was mainly
: . . i i i . , i ,.
iu uousequence 01 iuu cunuueni anu uuDenuing res
olution of Louis .Napoleon himself that these objtc
tions are overcome, and the proposal to operate
against the stronghold of Russia at Sebastopol car
ried into ellect. Vt e think the nrmness displayed
by the Emperor on this point does the highest
honor to his judgements ami his courage, and we
have never ceased to give oflr strenuous support to
the same opinion; Out it is not less important that
the brave men who have most powerfully contnbut
ed to conduct this vast expedition to the walls of
bebastopol, and who will shortly, we trust, rean
the glorious reward of their exertions, should not
be contounded with those whose "timid counsels
might have postponed the attack.
Hog-Killing I'kices. Tho receipts of hogs
continue very light, and none of the packers have
any nogs leu over alter the day s killing. The pro
duct this season will be much less than that of the
last, the estimate of several being 200.000 hog3.
while others incline to tho belief that the number
will be fully 300,000 head. There appears to be
some competition among the packers, and heavy
hogs will readily command 4 A cents net We hear
ol sales of 450 hogs, to average 150 lbs., at $4 25
Det; also sales ol several small lots at 3 cents gro-a,
ana -1$ cents net; and a lot ol iUO head at S3 87,
By private despatches from Cincinnati, last
evening, we learn that the money market is un
settled. Prices of hogs were ranging from $3 50 to
?4; lard at 8J cents; and green hams at C cents.
Our regular despatches report sales of 900 head at
$3 75 to 4. These rates are far below the prices
paia in mis city.
At Canville, Boyle county, and at Russellville.
Logan county, at the last accounts, good fat hogs
werecommanding4 cents net. In connection with
the prices of hogs, we will incidentally lemark that
a sale ol 10 bbls ot old corn was made in the city
yesterday at SO cents per bushel, to go to Shelby
county, to be fed to hogs.
Atkinson & Co., yesterday killed 1,500 hogs at
their hojse, the biggest day s work this season.
At Hull, Hunt & Co's mammoth establishment, up
to last evening, 9,870 hogs have been slaughtered;
and the new bouse of Owsley, Kinnard & Co. have
killed about 9,000 head.
Several of the hog drovers now in the city have
an advertisement iu to-day's Courier in reference to
tne packing this season, to which wo invite the at
tention ol packers. Lou. Courier Slli.
Cou AVm. Wai.kkh Acquittfd. The quondam
President of Lower California, has been Iried and
acquitted. Little interest waa felt in the subject
the J ury saw the accused deprived, by judgment of
the Court, of (he attendance of a witness, Mr. Dil
lon, Consul to France, upon whose testimony he
relied tor some ol the most important elements of
his defence; and the murder of Dr. Kaousset-Boul-bon
had wrought a marked and decided chanire in
the public feeling on the subject of the invasion of
.Mexico, bo great, says the ban trancifco Herald,
is the abhorrence in the breasts of this people of
that detestable fprocity and blood thin-tiness to
which Count De Raousset fell a victim, ihat if an
armed expedition were to leave our wl arves to
morrow for the invasion of Sonora, there is not
power enough in the federal authorities to prevent
Secend niehtcf ihe Re-enraeement of the Young Ameri
MISS ANNETTE DICE. i
Whan she will appear as
MARGARET ELMORE !
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21, 1854, '- "
Will be performed the favorite Play of
To conclude with the Farce ef
Doors, open at half past C.
mence at 7 precisely.
Performance to com-
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES,
BY LANIER 4 PHILLIPS.
ON THURSDAY. Nov. 23d., we mil sell for Cash, a
large sad general assortment of Groceries, viz:
uu anas r ine sugar;
150 bags Rio Coffee;
1 00 & bbls Molasses;
100 boxes Bar Sap;
200 kegs Nails, assorted;
200 casks Carb Soda;
SO doz Blocking;
50 boxes Melee Cigars;
:,u uuba sixes;
100 " Spanish Cigars;
10 bags Pepper;
10 " Spice;
100 reams Wrapping Paper;
50 bbls Whisky.
LANIER & PHILLIPS.
FOR SMITHLAND AND PADUCAH.
THE new and light draught steamer w k.
"UMPIRE," (now in Port,) David fJEjJ?
Hugiies, Master, wilt leave for the above -3KjJnw
and all intermediate ports on this day, at 10 o'clock, A. At.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
H. U. HARRISON, Agent,
pov21 It at P. F. Hardcastle'a.
FOR SMITHLAND AND PADUCAH.
THE steamer SHYLOCK, Anx, Master,
will leave as above and all intprmp-
diate landings, this day. (Tuesday, the 2l9tn2Hl
inst.,) at 2 o clock. For freight or passage apply on board,
or 10 u. u. liAlUUSUfl,
nor21 It Agent,
WEDDING AND PART ST GLOVES.
RECEIVED this day a supply of those elegant white
and light colored inseam kid Gloves.
nov21 MYERS & McGILL.
PARTY TIES AND CRAVATS. Just recsived an as
sortment ot elegant silk and satin Ties and Cravats,
suitable Tor wedding and party purposes.
nov21 MYERS A McQILL,
PERFUMERY. Received this day, per express an
other invoice of tke best Perfumerv, consisting of Lub
ins' Extracts, Colognes, Lavander Water, Bay Rum, ic
Also, a fresh supply of Ox Maow. Pomades, Hair Oils, Ac.
all warranted fresh and of superior quality; for sale by
.. at UV'IUU J. If-flfT T.
Ladies' and Gentleman's Furnishing Store, corner of
the Square and College street
JENNETS I JENNETS I !
I HAVE several fine Jennets thatl will lease or let, upon
the shares for a term of years, provided application is
made before the 20th of next month.
nov21 4tw B wo
nov2I Fresh Leeches, just received by
H. G. SCOVEL.
ELUE VITRIOL. 600 pounds Bine Vitriol, for sale
by nortlj H.G.SCOVEL;
FRESH SUPPLIES JUST RECEIVED, Blue
Mass, Proto Iod, Mercury. Iodide Potass, Bi Chromate
Potass. Uyd. cum Creta.
PERFUMERY, &cs Rose, Poncine, Nymph and
Chrystal Palace Soaps; fine pocket handkerchief ex
tracts, viz: Musk Caroline, Patchonly, New Mown Hay,
Upper Ten Oriental Drops, Verbena, ,MilleSour and Cctro
nella Waters, Bay Rum, Cologne Water in assorted bot
tles. DONTINE OR ROSE TOOTH PASTE, for
the preservation of the Teeth; Cold Cream, Zoological
Bears' Grease for the Hair, compound Ox Marrow for the
Hair, Stick Pomade, Philacomen. &c For sale by
nov2t H. G. SCOVEL,
North side of the Public Square, 8 doors west of the
SUSPENDING LAMPS and Stand Lamps, of Cor
nelius Go's make, for sale by
nov21 IL G. SCOVEL.
C)rf GROS. Wood Box,Block, War, and Cigar
-V Vyiiaicnes, iorsaie Dy
H. G. SCOVEL.
CHEESE AND DRIED REEF.
JUST received per steamer Republic 50 boxes choice
W R Cheese, 100 lbs Cincinnati Dried Beer, for sale by
..,....) 1 CI-L-H . T T- I. ITT I.V
STEWART 4 WEAKLEY.
AUCTION SALE OP
DAVIS J: SWANN.
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST, 1854,
we will sell in front ol our Auction Rooms, No. 7 it.
1'ublic square, thelollowing tioods, to wit:
2.'i hhds Prime Sugar;
150ba;s prime Baltimore
2.ri bags prime Old Java;
25 do Laguyrn;
50 boxes Eagle Soap;
60 boxes Cuba Six Cigars;
7 Kegs flails, best brands;
bO dozen liuckets;
50 boxes Soap;
50 bbls Flour.
50 bbls Whiskv; 72 boxes Cheese:
50 dozen Brooms, which is in the river, and will be sold
it they arrive in time for the Sale, together with ma ny
novlS DAVIS & SWANN.
FRANK LESLIE'S GAZETTE OF FASHIONS
For Noveuber. Forsale by
nov. 17 JOHN YORK & Co.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE N. & C. RAIL ROAD.
XN accordance with a resolution passed by the Board ot
Directors at tlieir tteguiar meetingin Jury lasi.ouenng
desire eould not go on a given day, I have directed that a
certificate of ownership of Stock be recognized by the Con
ductor of Passenger Trains as a free pass from the 5th to
10th. inclusive ol December next, 'ihus giving one weet
m which the promised trip may be made by all who desire.
novl7 IL I. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
TVTOTICE. I have a Negro Woman about twenty
JLl years of age. She is a good Cook, Washerand Iron.
er that I will hire out by the month, and ifshe does not give
fuu satisfaction she can be returned at any time. Enquire
ROBT. BELL, Market street.
THIS DAY ! ! !
EICH Velvet CarpeU; I
Rich Brussells Carpets;
Rich Tapestry Carpels;
Rich New Style Scotch Ingrain Carpets;
" " " 3-ply Carpels;
" Chenille Enameled and Velvet Rugs;
All of the above (roods are this day received bv
nov4 R. 0. McNAIRY & CO.
STRETCH Ac ORR,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner of College and
Union Street, Nashville,
FRESH SALAD OIL. A good supply just re
mmvim! nnH fnr si If hv
novl9 STRETCH 4 ORR.
pANAlll SEED. One barrel pure clean Canary
Vy rseea, rcceivcu uuu ior nub mjh uy
LOVl'J OiltfclUU iS UK1&.
"1ASTILE SOAP. A genuine article just received
J and lor sale uy
novlS Bl llfciUH. & UliK.
T) AY RUjI. A fane article of Biy Rum, received and
JLJ for sale by novl9 STKbTOll A OK It.
rpARTARIC ACID. Just received a prime ar-
X tide ot Tartar Ac:d novia aiBBiLU A UKK.
SEIDLITZ POWDERS. We have now on hand
a laree lot of Seidlitz and Soda Powders, which
we know to be good.
norlU aiuniuii it unit.
vF Thirty Beautiful Building Lots in Putnam's Addi-
J tiouto Kageuieia. un tne premises at to o clock A.
31 on iUbbiAi, tne zisi aay oi nuvtJiDtit inst we
will sell 30 or 40 Beautilul Lots above described. Each
Lot offered will be sold to the highest bidder without re
These lots are situated about six or seven hundred vards
from the Public Square ; are very desirable lets for Mer
chants, Mechanics and others who want desirable Resi.
dence lx)ts so contiguous tome Dusiness part ol the city.
Lots twice the distance from the business part ofthe citv
in South Nashville sell readily at from $20 to $40 per foot
The terms are unusually accommodating, bein? a credit
6, 12, 1 j, 24 and 80 months without interest, and security
.mni.1 n (h.C int 19. mnnth nntf.9 nnlir anrl a ll.n
tamed on the property.
r-$y uulDlDU&ses mu, as luuai, iuu ireo ui cuarge.
novio J.UR.W. BROWN.
E. R GLASCOCK, Auctioneer.
DANCING ACADE31 Y,
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
TO COMMENCE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27.
rOXSt. JULES PINUUELt . ex-brst dancer ol tbe Na-
1 I tinn-tl Onera of Paris, respectfully informs the Ladies
and Gentlemen of Nashville that he will open a course of
Dancing to teach ihe latest and most fashionable nances
ot the day, viz: . , .
v n.ilnli0q nq ImnnAn in Knmnp. nnd in
tlii. iirinniiifil cities of the Union.
new rosuiuii hu-,ui - L ' -
'....' .... n: I .
1'oika tiuauriue; v,iuS-iujia,
Maiurka Quadrille; F'Ve steps alfz;
Scottish Quadrille; Huuganene Redowa;
The Parisiene Scholtisch;
The Narsovien Mazurka;
The new fashion Deuxtemps Waltz;
TheSiciliene; The iorlitx;
The Redowa; 1 be Double Redowa;
! pi h'ota Araranaise, El Zapateado with
Ontinettes. the Tarantella, or Tambourine Dance, the
original (lavole de Vestrts, anu me minuet Cachutcba,
ifiirriiflnn hiinrr iinrnuiuc. ot 1 i au ,u, uv.
A iifwrrintinn lint is opened at Ditrrau's Music Store.
where information can be had of the time, hour and terms
ol' tuition. novlS Iw.
BLANK BOOKS AND ST ATI ON AR Y- Large additions
this day received and forsale by
novm . nau&j.
Dr. JU'Irfine's celebrated VERMIFUGE and LIVER
Z3J A singular combination, but very effectual, as tho
following will show:
New Yoek, Nov. 20, 1S52.
Knowing, from experience, the valuable qualities of Dr
M'Lane's Vermifuge and Liver Pills, I have for some time
back considered it my duty, and made it my business, to
make those articles known wherever 1 went among my
friends. A short time ago I became acquainted with the
case of a young girl, who seemed to be troubled with worms
and liver complaint at the same time, and bad been suffer
ing for some two months. Through my persuasion she
purchased one bottle of Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge, and one
box of Liver Pills, which she took according to directions.
The result was, she passed a large quantity of worms, and
thinks that one box more of the Pills will restore her to
perfect health. Her name and residence can be learned by
calling.on E ii Theall, Druggist, corner of Butger and
P S Dr M.'Lane's celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills
can both be obtained at any of the respectable Drug
Stores in this city.
TS7 Purchaserswillpleasebecarefultoaskfor Dr. M'
LANE'S Celebrated Liver Pills, and take none else. There
ore other Pills, purporting to be Liver Pills, now before the
public. Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills, also his Celebrated
Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable Drug
Stores in the United Slates and Canada. novS 1 w
t3f PORE AND UNADULTERATED ARTICLES,
carefully selected, alone enter into the composition of
STABLER "Good Medicines." This, with the careful
and scientific manner in which they are compounded, is
doubtless a great causa of the unexampled success which
STABLER'S ANODYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT has
had in the remedying of such diseases as Coughs, Colds,
Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, 4c. The DIARRIICEA COR
DIAL also has been very successful in those painful and
dangerous diseases of the bowels, which sometimes prove
so fatal. They are both used and highly recommended by
a large number of physicians and others, of the highest
standing and have proved fully worthy of their encomiums.
You are advised to make trial of these articles, should you
need tlieir aid, and mark their beneficial effects.
See descriptive pamphlets, to be had gratis ot the
agents. Price, only 50 cents per bottle, or six bottles for
E. H. STABLER & CO.,
Proprietors, Wholesale Druggists, Baltimore.
Y. F. URAY,
novS 2w Wholesale Agent, Nashville, Tenn.
WHERKVKK THAT GREAT MEDICINE called II. G.
FAKKELL'S CKLEBKATEO ARABIAN LINIMENT, lias
been Introduced, it has performed the axon extraordinary
cures In the annals of medical history every body u ho uses
it once becomes Its warmest friend they nut unly keep it at.
ways on hand for tha benefit of lu timely use la cas ofemer
gency, but recommend it to alt tbelr friends. It lias been be
fore the public fur nearly ten years, and yet Is daily develop
ing new Tirtucs; many diseases have been cured by it, for
which the proprietor bad never recommended it; its magical
virtues spreads through tbe laud with the speed of lightning,
and many, very many poor invalids who supposed tbeir
days on this earth were fast drawing to a close, bare been by
a persevering uss of tbls invaluable Liniment HEALED, and
now rejeicein the blessings of health, and the enjoyment of
this beautiful world. Read this to believe and not to doubt.
enquire of your neighbors whom you know to have used It,
and they will tell you that no medicine ever discovered pos
seises the half of Its extraurdlnary healing powers. The
racking pains of rheumatism and neuralgia yield in afeiv
minutes to its powerfully anodyne properties. "The lame
are made to walk." Old eores, which have rendered the
subjects loathsome thing to heboid, are healed. The weak
and trembling, from deranged date of the nerves, by tbe use
of this Liniment, rejoice in tbe recovery of their former
health and strength. Many long standing affections of the
liver, lnngs and kidneys hare yielded to its uso aftortho va
rious remedies had failed. His very efficacious in curiug the
diseases of horses and cattle, such as sweeny, sprains, bruises,
swellings, cramps, lameness, dfy shoulder, splint, etc., and
if used in the beginning, never fails to slop the, further pro-
gress of fistula, poll-evil, ringbone and spavin.
Look out for Counterfeits I
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made Its apuearance, called W. U. Purrell's
Arabian Liniment, tne most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because, his haviugthe name of Parrell. mauv willbuv
u in goou iaua, wunuui uia KiKim.ugo uma couuieneu ex
ists, and they will perhaps onlydlicover their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. Far
rell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist
No. 1? Alain street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applicalitius
for Agenciet must be addressed. I!e sure you get it with
the letters H. G. before ParrelPs, thus II. . FAKKKMs
and hisslgnaluroou the wrapper. All others are counter
feits. Sold by
W. P. fiKAY.
II. G. flCOVKL.
and by regularly autbomed agents throughout the United
ir? Price 23and 50 cents, andSI per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED In every town, vlllase and hamlet in
tne united Males, in wmcn one is nut already established
Address II. G. Parrell as above, accompanied wlin good
rrjerence as to character, responsibility, &c. f nov8 Im
Remedies that can be relied ou, bciuz each
suited to a "Specilie Disuse.' My extemdve
practice in Philadelphia the past thirty years has made me
acquainted Wlin aniurms oi unease, anu Being a graduate
rroni tne university oi renusyirania in ir.-u, under the guid
ance of Doctors Physic, Chapman, Cox, Gibsou and Hare. I
am etiabled, from all those advantages, to offer tho public
the results oi mat practice in tneiormoimy rainiiy juedl
cines. As I attend to the compounding of these Medicines ray
self, they are found, as thousands can testify, far superior to
the many nostrums culled patent medicines.
J. S. KObE, U. 1).
Dr. J. S. Rose's Cough Syrup, or Expectorant, Is a never
failing remedy for Cougns, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma. It
allays any irritation of the Lungs, and fortifies tho system
against future attacks, in bottles ai:Oc. and$l.
Dr. J. S. Rose's Whooping Cough Syrup. This prcpara
tiou always givus immediate reliefand frequently cures in
one wuek. Price Sue.
Dr J. 8. Rose's Croup Syrup Thisdangcrous complaint
amongst children, yeilds immediately to this nevtir failing
remedy. Price Sloe.
Dr. J. S. Rose's Nervous and Invigerating Cordial stands
without equal, for the relief and cure of Heart Disease,
Neuralgia, flatulence, Depressed Spirits, Tremor of the
Nerves and Muscles. It is a great restorer to the mind or
body worn down by care, labor or study. A trial of it w ill
convincelhe most skeptical. Price ioc.
Dr. J. S. Rose's Extractor Buchu. This Is decidedly ene
ofthe best temediesever used for all Diseases of the Kid
neys, Bladder, and all Gouty Affections. Price 50.
Dr. J. S. Rose's Anti-liilious, or Railroad PillsThey
are adopted to the Southern suctions ol the United States
particularly, bulng often a preventative or severs billions
ttacks,andwhen used with Dr. Rose'sTouic Mixture, will
cure the moststnbborn cases of Billious Fever or Fcveraud
Ague. Price kJ4 and 25 cents.
Dr. J. S. Rose's Pain Curer, cures all paini Internal or
external. It may be relied on lor curing and giving almost
nstant relief to Cholera .Morbus, cnolic, and all pains in
he Stomach or Bowels, llheumatism from Cold. Sure
Throat, pains in the Limbs, Back or hide, Chlliblalns
sprains anu cruises, suuuiuiigci. nice is ana
U. Uam.la Pnmnl ill n t Dr. J. Ho' OaMm.i U.ll.
ror falling ofthe Womb, Female Weakness, Debility and"
Relaxation, price auc.
llr. J. S. Rose's Female Specific A remedy for Painful
Menstruation, Leucorhcea or Whites. Price IS.
Dr. J. S. Rose's Dyspeptic Compound. This prenaratlon
has never failed in curiug the Dyspepsia, Indigestion or
Liver Complaint, when taken in conjunction with his Alter
ative or Family Pills. Price of botliTSo. i
Dr. J. S. nose's ionic .Mixture isa never-tailing remedy
for Chills. Fevers and General Debility. A few doses will
convince tbe most skeptical. Price 5oc.
Dr. J.S. Rose's SarsaparillaComiiund.Furall Skin Ills
eases, and for Purifying tbe blood, it us uperior to all others
Price 5 cents and 31.
Dr. J. S. Rome's Elixir of Upturn, free from all the) bad ef
fects of Opium and Laudanum, sucn as Headache, Coiisll
nation or sick Stomach. Price 'J5c.
All whose Constitutions are impaired by disease or weak
by nature, should read UK. J. s, KUSfc'h JIEJJIUAI, AD
VIRKK- rwhleh'contaius a description of the Diseases ofou
climate and tho mode of treatment.) It can bo bad without
charge of .
V. r. umi, asnviue,
W. W. BERRY & DEMOVOaLE,
SHELL A RUTHERFORD, Llllatm,
McCLAIN & DALE, Columbia.
T7OR SALE. Some 8 or 10 likely Aegroes will be
J? sold low. Apply to
WM. L. BOYD, Jr.
DISSOLUTION OF I A RTN EKSIIII
THE partnership beretoiore existing Detween tne sub
scribers in tbe agency business is dissolved by mutual
consent, Uctoner utn, iao.
J AS. W. DAUBS.
HAVING sold my interest in ine estaniisnment ot
Dabbs A Porter to Mr. Rees W. Porter, who n ill con-
inn tha buxiness at our late stauu AO. as, teaar street, I
.ake f,rei.t pleasure in recommending him to the public
ir.n.llv. To mv friends in particular as a tmthnorlhy
man who will use hU best endeavor to promote their in-
Nashville, Oct. 80th, lSo-J.
-Trwnni.ll Mr to the public that having bought the inter-
Xest of my late partner, Mr. Dabbvthat 1 can at all times
!. fi.nnrl at the old stand of Dabbs & Porter, ready to buv
or sell negroes on commission as well as on my own ac
count, and think I can alely promise them the market
price for all negroes brought to nie. I now have on hand
13 or 30 negroes that must be sold, and amongst them is
an extra No. 1 Blcksmith and his wire an extra Cook,
VVasher Ac., and a first rate house servant seamstress, war
ranted to suit or no sale. I have some of the best servant
in thflSbite forsale and am anxious to get them good Iiouki
as I promise to obey instructions in all ca'e.s except it ib
to operate Families, which I liave never done nor never
octsi libra vt. roKTMt.
OPENING THIS DAY BY
K. G. JleSAAT t CO.
RICH EVENING FANS;
" BRIDAL. do;
Rich Embroid s.; in an varieties;
French Worked Caps, ) ,
Lace Trimmed, do, Vh EMNG;
Rich Evening DRESSES;
44 Ulllr dO:
All of the above are nice new things just lo liand.
R.C. MeNAIRt A
i WO ou band una for
POPULAR NEW WOKRS
Toosa, Nelson & Co.,
41 Unionstrcct, Nashville, Tennessee,
Have iust received a ureal manv new and interesting
BOOKS, together with a general stock of
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, Ac
KANZAS AND NEBRASKA.
The History, Geographical and Physical Character
istics, and Political Jiosition of those Territories; an
account of the Emigrant Aid Companies, and direc
tions to Emigrants. By Edward E. Hale, with an
original Map, from the latest authorities,
UTAH AND THE MORJIONS ;
The History, Government, Doctrines, Customs, and
prospecU of the LATTER-DAT SAINTS, from per
fconal observations during a six month's residence at
Salt Lake City. By Benj. G. Ferris, Secretary Utah
THE TEACHER AND THE PARENT ;
A Treatise upon Common-School Education; contain
ing practical suggestions to Teachers and Parents.
By Charles Northind, A. M.
LEATHER STOCKING AND SILK;
Or, Hunter John Myers and his Times, a story of
the Valley of Virginia.
SHAPPAKD'3 nneqnaled Commercial Pens,
do do Accountant do.
do do Engrossing do.
TOON, NELSON & CO., 44 Usio.v.Stexct
Have just received and will keep a supply of Shep
pard's Reliable Pens, of which there are none supe
rior. Sold at the lowest prices.
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY
L O TTJlll 11 U
(bt AtrrnoRiTV of tiik statr or aul,) B
CuwIacUd on the Jlamina plan.
I3TT0 BE DRAWN 30th NOVEMBER, lS54.,JEt
" 6 of $1,000 5,000
In all. 501 prizes, amounting to -..$60,000
Y2f Tickets 10 Halves and Quarters in nrooortion.
Persons wishing Tickets in Nashville, will please leave
theirorderswithMr.il. B. CHAMPION, who is author
ize to receive and forward them, and to whom tue schemes
and drawings will be regularly sent.
A compliance with the above will save much time and
labor necessary to answer individual orders irutu time to
3f Every prize drawn at each drawing.
Zf Bills'on all solvent Banks taken at par.
T" All communications strictly confidential.
SAMUEL SWANN, Agent and Manager,
Sign ofthe Bronze Lions,
oct24 lm. Montgomery, Ala.
I70R SALE. 30 Flat Boat Loads of Coal, to be de
JL livered on the first rise of the Cumberland river. W
wish to make contracts before the river rises,
oct IS U. S. FRENCH A SON.
"V7STE have received recent additions to our stock of
Y V Houe Furnishing Goods, such as
Plated Spoons, Forks, Castors, Ac;
Fine Ivory Handle Table Cutlery;
Fine Japanned and fancy WaiteVs and Trays;
Fine and common Mats, various patterns;
Clothes, Market and Fancy Baskets;
Enamelled Sauce Puns. Fry Pans, Ac.;
CandleSticks. Coffee Mills, Coffee Roasters;
Bronze Iron Itat Rack., Towel Itacks, Ac;
Block Tin CoSee Urns, Chaffing Dishes; Ac
With a variety of other articles, at low prices for cash.
oct22 A. MORRISON A CO
HAVING disposed of our stock of Groceries to Messrs.
HART A UOLLINGSWORTH, the firm of Laxiir A
Bao is dissolved. Either of the partners of gAid firm is
authorized to use the name of the firm iu the settment of
1!. LANIER will remain with Messrs. Hart A Hollings
worth, and we take great pleasure in recommending our
successors to the favur ofthe old customers ofthe House.
novo LANIER 4 BRO.
HAVING purchased of Messrs Lanier A Bro their
stock of Groceries, and leaded their warehouse, No. 5
Market street, we have removed our stock to it. where we
will continue the Wholesale Grocery, Commission, Re
ceiving and forwarding IJusiness.
nov5 HART A HOLLINSWORTH.
NEW CROP RIO COFFEE.
T7IVE HUNDRED bags Extra New Crop Rio Coffee
JL received this day Irom
for sale low for Cash by
Baltimore per Railroad, and
MORRIS A STRATTON
OPENlNt; OF THE FUR SEASON,
AT FKANCISCO'S FUR EMPORIUM",
No, 23 Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
ZT1 MY KTOf'fT It? VKItV HRfiR
Jvitpjand well assorted, consisting of Uud-(pS
SSison Bay Sable. Canada Sable. Stone
Marten, Fitch, Siberian, Squirrel, Mink, Black Lynx,
Mountain Martin, and all the lower grades of Furs, made
up in the most fashionable and best manner. Also, a su
perior o.sortment of all the variety of Children's Furs,
uen's rur Gloves and elegant Robes tor Carriages.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Fur Importer, No. 23 Public Square.
AND TIIK II AT THAT TOOKTHE PRE
MIUM AT THE STATE FAIR OF
GENTS can now be accommodated with a fine PUE
MIUM HAT by callingat FRANCISCO'S Hat Em
poriutn, Publi: Square. I lis reputation for making the
FiXCT Mole Skin Hat is established. Gents are invited to
call early and leave their orders.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
octSI Fashionable Hatter, Public Square.
PREMIUM RIDINC HATS.
A FEW more of those elegant Riding Hats on hand, to
which we invite the Ladies to examine.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
octal Public Square.
"VfOTICE. At a meeting ofthe Directors of the Ten
L nes.ee Marine and Fire Insurance Company, held
this morning at their udice, a dividend of Three Dollars,
per share, equal to six per centum on the capital stock, for
tne jKiit tux months, was declared.
Applicable to the re
auction ol stock notes.
Na&hville, Oct 3. '54.
VALUAULE UUILDINt; LOT FOR SALE.
WE are offering lor sale that desirable BUILDING
LOT on Vine street adjoining the residence of John
M Lea. The lot fronts So feet on Vine street and runs back
lvfeet Two-thirds ot the purchase money can remain
on bond and mortgage on the lot for tire vears, if desired.
. , ... I I Vfi.iT W S- fIlf L.-E-T-T
sepW4. 33 College itreet.
T-ll,'K SKIN SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
JD Received this day per Express, an assortment of Buck
Skin hhirts and Drawers. torsaleDy
nov7 MYERS A McGILL.
OIIAKER KNIT SHIRTS AND DRAW EKS.
O Just received a choice lot ot heavy Shaker Knit Shirts
MYERS A McGILL.
"I LASSES IN VOCAL JIUS1C The Mibscriber
y Uf Ilin IIClUCU W 1AI119 VJ l-.OT CI iui 414
Vocal Music, in tne itasemeni 01 ine ennsuan uuurcn, on
Cherrv street, on the followine eveninirs. vie
1st. A class for instruction in the rudiments to Juve
niles on Wednesday, at 4, and Saturday, at 3 o clock, P.M.,
commencing on Wednesday, lath inst.
2d. A class for instructicti in the rudiments to adults.
on Tuesday and Friday, at G o'clock, P. M., commenc
ing on luesaay, I4tninsv.
ad. A class for instruction in Glees and Choruses, on
Monday and Thursday, at 7 o'clock, P.M. commencingon
Mondav. 13th inst
Tkuhs: For a courseof 2-1 lessons in either of the above
classes, 3 00 in advance.
novlO lw CHARLES HESS.
THOSE FREJUUM HATS I
WHICH CHALLENGE COMPETITION
WATERFIELD & WALKER'S.
TTT,TERFIELD A WALKER are driving a brisk trade
v witn ineirnew winter sivies oi jioiessin nw. aueir
1-ire Do liar Hat toot the 1'remium ai me laierair. ana
should I wnrn hv all who studv neatness, comfort, and
ilurahilitv. Their Hats are extremely lieht and are especi
ally adapted to all anectea wim ueau-acue anu omeraer-
vous diseases. An enure nevvnsMjrtiueui rvauv 10-aav.
novl'J WATUlrmui Jc WALKER.
THOSE FINE CAVALIER HATS !
TT1TII the Hungarian and all tbe original styles of Fine
VV Soft Felt Hals in all tbe fashionable colors can be
found in the greatest variety at low and uniform prices at
novllt WATERFIELD A WALKER.
illOSE WJIO WEAR CAPS should call and se the ex-
. tensive assortment at WATERFIELD A WALKER'S.
Tliey have all the new designs for Men, Boys and Children.
, tine asMiriuiem 01 l-adies Drets fursjiist received.
WATERFIELD A WALKER'S
raihionable Hat and rur hmtionum. vt Public Sauare.
iiCAuruunuci o. nOVly
t LEGANT STORE.-FOR RENT OR LEASE
ou Oolleire street That commodious Store House now
ocucupied by Fait A Cunningham is for ICent or Lease.
1111s is one 111 me most elegant Htore Houses in IMashvilie
is 1 1 0 leet deep tnroughont the three stones, with a sepa
rat enlratice to th miner stnrip f 1 ul.441 hn nn 4!f-tint
Cellar or Basement 10 leet high, well floored and with sev
eral uues ior siove-i, una an entrance on me alley. Coll to
LliiDSLEY A CROCKfcTT,
novo tf 88, Culleje stieet
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
DISCOVERY OF THE AMERICAN CONTINENT
ET HON. CEOEGE BAXCEOIT.
Lf 6 Vols. Svo. Cumr,
VOLUME VI. JUST PUBLISHED,
Completing the History ofthe Revolution,
COX3IDEREO IN ITS CAUSE3-
This volume (6) covers the period cf eight years between
the repeal cf the Stamp Act, 1766, and the Penal Measures
toward Boston, 1774, and complete the three volumes de
voted to the ciutes of the Revolution. Comment with rc
gard to the value, or the interest of such a boot from sue'-,
a source, is unnecessary. Bangor Journal.
"The stud v of Bancroft should be insisted on as equaTy
the duty and privilege of every American. Uia histt r,
should till a place in every house second only to the E.b.
In no other way can the rising generation be so ablv 1
structed in all that pertains to the rise of our free inst
tions, or become indoctrinated in tbe principles of genuine
American republicanism. Bancroft has traced the pro-jrrro
of events in America with an ability nowise inferior tothal
displayed by Macaulay in his History of England. 11 j ; j
lineition of character and portraiture of great men r.7!
the finest specimens of Macaulay, thegreattm"sterofCi
species of composition in our time. Besides, Bancroft haa
the advantage cf being more impartial. For power cl ccn
densed statement, we deubt if he has his equal anir
living historians. His pages also teem with lite, so v - r
ous is the dramatic force of his genius, But, enough. I
is a work which eveav man should TtaA"Awjmi J
Just received and for sale by
W. T. BERRY A CO.
WOOD'S RECOLLECTIONS OFTHE STAGE
W. T. BERRY & CoTLavc just received -
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF THE STAGS."
Embracing Notices of Actors, Authors and Auditors, c.-r
mg a period of Fortv Years. By William IS. Wood, ui 3
Director orthe Philadelphia, Baltimore, WashingVn a '
Alexandria Theatres. 1 vol. 12mo.
The Dead Sen and the Bible Lamls.
This dny received
NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY ROUND THE DIV
SEA AND IN THE BIBLE LANDS, ir. 1S50 and 1 . tr
eluding an account of the discovery of the lites of S:
and Gomorrah, byF.De Sauley, member of the Frc
Institute. Edited by Count Ed. De Warren, in 2 v "5
12mo. with a map.
THE ROSE OF THE PARSONAGE- an idv!' or c -own
times. Translated from the German of Robert ( as'ss
author of "Modem Titarem," complete in one volun:-.
W. T. B. & Co. have aUo just received -
PARTY LEADERS.-Embraeing Sketches of TV
Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Jackson, Clay, Uzl
BRONHAM-S HISTORICAL SKETCHES of S siren:;
who Nourished in the time of George III. New eu
Bayard Taylor's New Book of Adven
tures. W. T. BERKY & CoThave jnt reeeivrd -A
JOURNEY TO CENTRAL AFRICA; Or, I fa -Landscapes
from Egypt to the Negro Kingdoms rf
White Nile. By Bayard Taylor, author of ' :w
Afoot," "Eldorado," Ac. Illustrated with eleganJ t
plates and engravings oa wood, from drawings bv C j
author,and with a portrait of the author in Onenia! I -tume.
Complite in one handsome voL, about C pac :,
12mo , neatly bound in doth.
"We question whether anvthing more exquisite! v grac
fal.easy, and powerful, can be met with in tbe wide ra.
of typographical or descriptive literature than is bL
found in every page of this book at which we have Ict-lr
J.Y. ' Etprtu.
W. T. B. Si Co. hnve also jnst received
THE NOCTES AMBROSIANJJ. With Portra.U (
Wilson, Lockhart, Maginn, and Fac Similies. EditrJ w
Memoirs, Notes, and Illustrations, by Dr. Sbrlton MacK -xie,
editor of 'hiel's Sketches of tbe Irish Bar."
THK I.IPE AXIl KPISTi.va ct mr r 1. . .-
Rev. W. J. Conny beare, and the Rev. J. S. Uowscn. v. .
Svo., with colored maps and many elegant illustraticna.
The rund of historical and geograph.calkz -
edge which is brought to bear upon the illu-ttrat.crs C. t
subject would firm a large library itself X I" . j
N. P. Willis's New Book.
First edition in one week. Second edition now rrai' v
FAMOUS PERSONS AND PLACES. By N P- V
A NEW TENNESSEE WORK OF FOREIGN TRAVt.
W. T. BERRY St. CO., have tbif day recrivrJ
A TENNESSEAN ABROAD ; oa.LBTTfcRS K.l -EUROPE,
AFRICA, and ASIA; By Komi V.
McGavocx. Esq, A. M., L. L. U.
From the Louuriili Courier.'
In the absence of opportunity of foreign travel fir It
substitute is undoubtedly a book of letters, that bnr t
( ' ' ' - " UpUU MlDHlUt, HUIO U.C t-
ofthe writer was filled with impressions ofthe scenes I
fore him. "A Tennessean Abroad," has taken in.-Jt:
tensive tour embracing all the places of interest v.teC
travelersinerervstate of Europe, tomtberwith lr-t "
Palestine. His description of places i as Lfc-Lka r 1
graph is as any-we have ever seen; and the absenca cf r.
egotism is a trait not often met with in books ofthe cr. ? .
day. We commend it to our readers. "
Orders for the above Work can be supplied in a r
QTRAWB ERR Y VIN ES.-l have made arrar
kj uirois 10 snppiy uie citizens t asbvillr- Jtc . w. t -!
superior Strawberry Vines grown by Mr. llenrv Dr -consisting
of several choice varieties, drawings of bL
may be seen at my Store.
Orders left one day wilt be promptly filled tha c
morning. j. g. BROWN,
c'23 48 College si
HONS. We wish to engage
FAT HOGS, weighing aw lb
number of 1
lbs. or uDwardi!.'
ueuverea irom miaaie 01 uctooerta 1st February.
u.uur uitury, a miles .-mkuu tx .osuviHe.
octS 3m b No. 23 Market r:r.-t
HARPER'S MONTHLY, to
November, just rec- :
JOHN YORE A Ct
TENN KSKA. ABROAD;
Or, Letters from Europe, Africa and Asia. Ey V.zr
W.McGavock, A. M., L. L. B. For sale bv
oct27 JOHN YORK A CO
LIFE IN ABYSSINIA.
Being Notes collected dorinjr three vears residerrs 1 I
travel in that countrv. By Manstietd Porkvns. r--rj!
oy occf JOHN YORK A t J
FASHION AND FAMINE;
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE;
V A1.LK1 OF TIIK AMAZON;
RAMBLES IN ICELAND. Fo
or sale bv
JOHN YORK At?
GODEVS LADY'S BOOK, for November. Fr .
t27 JOHN YORK A I O.
CHAMBER'S JOURNAL, for October. For a!u t -M
JOHN YORK A I J
THE AMERICAN COTTAGE BUILDER.
A series of designs and specifications from 2 JO to f
0U0 for houses for the people, by John Bullock. For sa.1. ,
ot21 JOHN YORK A CO
THE MODERN ARCHITECT.
A series of original designs for Cottage, Villas, Sb::- -it
Residences, Ac, Ac, accompanied by explanations, sr;
cations, estimates and elaborate details. For sale ty
octsi JOHN YORK A CJ
THE PRACTICAL DRAUGHTSMAN.
Book of industrial designs, and Machinist's and L -.
neer's Drawing Companion. From a complete ccrr-c "
Mechanical Engineering and Architectural Drawicg, f:-
the French of Armengaud. For sale by
oct21 JOHN YORK A CO.
OUR HONEY MOON,
And other Comicalities by Punch. For rale by
oct2t JOHN YORK A CO
STEAMBO.VT BOOKS. 1
Complete sets, made aflt r the best forms. 1
For sale by JOHN YORK t CO, j
ct21 Corner Union and Cherry tr.-r
I WILL hold an ejection at the Court House in Mcrf ec
boro'on SATURDAY. December Sri. for tbe nur--
electing six Directors on the part of individual i, : .
holders in the NashviHe. Murtreesboro' and She." -v j
Turnpike Company, to serve for on ye .r from date.
atocxnoiuers win please attend in penoo, rr tr
nov 13 td Sec'yA Treouirr
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
WE are now ofl-jring for sole a valuable TRACT T"r
OF LAND, situuted on the Gallatin Turn tr'l
pike, seven miles from Nashville, knowu as lUme- j 'jjv
moot, tbe Residence of the late A. Batch, contair.
acres. The Land is all nee, and one hundred nc r :
heavily timbered. The improvements are all new c
comfortable, and it is ooeof the most eligible st:.:t
for a Country Residence in the neighUn'iood of No.h
It will be sold on reasoaable and accommodating :.
Possession atony time, by applicator, to
LlLisl.t.1 & UltOl.KI.TT,
novl 3 o 3 Collrgj tr'
GENTS SUPER STITCHM) ROOTS.
SUPER CalfStitch'd B.toI;
do do Sew'd do;
do do rump Sole Dress Roots;
do do W P Stiteh'd and Sew'd Boots;
do do Cork Sole Buot-t;
do do Peg'd W P Boots.
Ju-tt opened by
RAM AGE A CHURCH,
42 Cotle 't strut
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