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I I 1 1 111 1 or it K- -j , " p , - s i. - -. i f w&n&iancricmt. DAILY, S; TR1-WKKKL.Y. 85; WEEKLY. $3. OFFICE COEHEE CHPBCH AND CHERRY STBEETS G.'C. TORIJETT & CO. E.G. EASTMAH. II. C. C CHTCCH. andG 1 rOHBETT THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 4, 1853. W4 3t iSf ATE FAIR.5 ... Blood and harness horsey will be shown tc-day. The exhibition will be very interesting. In blood ed stock, Tennessee can compete with the world There ar&,a large number of animals entered ; and vc expecVbe'sbow to exceed any thing ever seen in Tennessee. On Fridny, (to-morrow) (lie Directors of the Fair offer a magnificent- Ladj?a Saddle, made by M Ecus?, a3 a premium for the best eque3trienncship. Lidies wishing to complete for these premiums can i nter their name?, by themselves or their friends, up to 11 o'clock-, Friday morning. We hear that there are already two competitors, and we expect there will be several others, as the priza 13 richly worth competing for. The arrangements will be under the especial charge of Gen. B. F. Cheatham, under whose protection all the ladies will feel safe. 1 hs know-nothing papers here saj that it wa-? an 'act of courtesy iu Gov. Brown to fail to otefdrGen. D nelvs for Speaker, as, had he thus voted,. Gen. Dimjklson must, in courtesy, have voted for hira, (G v. B ) This explanation had not orcurredtto us. We give it with pleasure, although the prccljflenj: is, different, and that precedent was followediby Col. Cheatham, in the Senate, after first vote. ' ' ! 3lui GEORGIA ELECTION. CilATTAN'OCOA, Oot. 2, 1S35. MEn. Editor; : I send yon a li-t of majorities in Eeve'ralcounties1'in Georgia, given at the late i lection for Governor, fcc : JoJifiQgfi's majorities. Andrews' sjnnjorities. Walker; Murray,1, ' " Gordon .' Floyd,u-u . . Chattooga, llk, Cherokee, 171 400 CO ' Cotoesa, Ops', Newton. Fulton, 103 100 . 25 110 150 '30 ' 350 ' 450 078 (Jobb, DeKalb, Talaferro,' - ,80. , 1S01 I understand. thatolinson has gained largely in the'8th,'or Stephens' District, but we have no ... -- , , . - -, . .... ming as yet ueuinue, out win nave returns 10-mor row. v Kesp'y. ) .. ' ' LATER. CnATTANOOOA, "Wednesday, ) Oct. 3, 8 o'clock, A. M. J Thirty-three counties in Georgia heard from : Johnion'smajority over Andrews and Orerby botbj ubout -ijOCO. Lumpkin is elected certain Yours, & ;. A GOODJREASON FOR REPUDIATING THE SECRET ORDER. e (Jail the serious attention of our readers to the following extract from the Iluntsville (Ala) Advocate t a staunch whig paper, whoce editor has been induced to nrjure kcow-nothineism. The reasons he assigns will be appreciated by every in telligent voter who has watched ibe progress ofthc Order, and familiarised liimself with its results: When know nothingism first manifested" itse'f, it camo wooing the South with ti e soothing, Bwoet and affectionate voice of Jacob ; we lent a wining ear 10 't, Hoping mat it would Do a power in the ionh to master anil swallow up Abolition ism. B'lt its hands have been the hands of E'au, strouj. tugged, aggressive, warlike, striking down the rights, outraaicg the ftelirgand prostrating the mteitsts 01 ttie boiitu tendering nothing m ex change but a mes if pottagp, seeking to bribe the sons of the b m!h with hopes of the inheritance, whilf it robbed them of alL As soon as Vie mask was thrown eft, audlmow-noOtingism at the North .1,... . .a. .... ana xiuo'utonim uccamc "one ana inutvisible, toe washed ottr kind's of it. It was not the '-feist to uhicJi we were invited." fi'oKad-Hc't KiwxmlU W'hij COL. WATKIXS' LETTER. The following ?inguinr proJuctinn wo twpived from Col. Watkins, 111 answer to an invitation to attend the late Mas Meeting at this p.uce. Of course it will be reid, and by the opposition paper, it will be extensively copied, and copied witliout our reply. The readers of our paper will note the reply, and with th more care when we tell them as we now do, that it is not all we can say on the sub ject, by upwards of a good deal: Pastijks Si-ciNG?, Sent. Cth. 1S55. Dr. ll'w. G. lirovidow: jJeaii Sire: An invi'ation from the Committee 01 Invitation, to a Mass Meeting of the American Tarty, at KnoxvihY, on the 21st inst, has been re ceived. 1 adopt the American Partv for two rea sons; on; wasthat the Party to which I bad always belonged, wss merged iq it. The other was that the principles set forth in the Nashville, and afco in the PliHadelphiap.atfori', embodied sentiments ol which 1 was an advocate, if I understood the Platforms. These piinciples I ll.ojpht I wis the exponent of, and the only exponent of them in thio Vmnct, during Hie late cinvass for Congress. The Party, however, in the face of these facts, with sin gular unanimity, through the Officers of their or ganization, united against me, and threw me on my individual resouices entirely, nnd I received in .this county and Sevier, only such perrons! friends of the party as would have gone for me under any honorable circumstances. How the3e things were effected, I know not, but it is so. By what process these things are done, I know not, never having been in any of tin ir Meetings or Councils I adopt ed the Party last winter, for the reasons stated, by simple invitation; I know nothing of its operations behind (he Platform, whatever. I supposed when J joined it, that it would adhere to it3 published principle?. In tlii?, however, so far as this Con gressional Di-trict is concerned, I was mistaken. I am therefore, personslly,and individually, under no obligations to the Party whatever. If I have read nright, and understood the Platforms mentioned in this letter, ttey ricogmz;d and advocated the doc trines of. 1860, in reference to American Territory Federal Power, States liijhts, Southern Interests and Instituiions and property. Also the legislation of the last Congress on the Territorial question. I am, and have been, and expect to be the advocate of theie do':trine3. They are, as I understand them, the doctrines of the Constitution, and of the soutu. jno personal, or individual, or kcal consid ration, can obange or impair my estimate of theso principles, ii the American l'arty in its preliml nary operat'ons, prenaraturv to the next Presiden- tial eleetion.( which, is of oourse, the object of these j.ias3 :ueentij.s,j shall nationalize iteli upon these questions, eo ns to exclude the Abolition and Free- boil factions o! the North, I am with it, otherwise, I am not. Henceforth 1 am against any party that cultivates and panders to those dangerous elements in the boverunicnt. I shall not attend th s or any other Mass ileeting, in the present attitude of thing''. I caunot without compromising my self- lespret as a gentleman, glorify in popular harangues 11 party that lias so recently, without just cause, at lenipted to cruh me politieaily. In conclusion, I m tor the doct ines 01 1S50, doctrines recognizing J ederal Authoi ity, over Territory, and other prop- . J . ,meu states, to the extent ot iixecu- uve aupermtondency in its organic beginning, in the absence ol local and vested rights, and no fur- ; m """'"my alter the incipient organization nf n T7rrlfnn? lur IT... - i . -r-. . .j, vuKit-s, auu oy executive ap pointment h vested in the people settling said Ter- ruory ury ureenne btate Government, and lo ml or State Iowiluuow, subject only to the Con- D"l"uuu r U1.lcu duties, wnen such Territorial or State org.m.zU.on applies fr ailmis3Ion int0 Union. A lien admitted. State Iiig'itsor authority intervenes, supercedes and becomes paramount to all Federal Power. They regard the Constitution of the United Stales an entir. ty and finality, aid uiereiuru, repuu.am nu eugrHpnicai aistinction such as the ordinance of 87 the hue ot 3G: 30 YVilmot Proviso, &a These I regard as an eml bodimentof the doctrines of 1850; the Constitution ot the United States, and the Constitution of the States and the people. You and other editors have cal'ed on me tor my positions. 1 ou have t'lem jiml I hope yon will give them the same place in your papers, as vou ui the requeit. Very Bespectltilly, Your Ob't Serv't, A G. Watkixs. S. G. JaU, ol Alabama, has been appoinl (d A'toats Jowiccof Kan?as in place of Elmore. TENNESSEE tEGISLATLMlE. . : ; jj SurATS,-'MoRVa Setbion. - " L WtDrtESDAT, Oct. 3. The resolution appointing Job- Printers for the Senate was .p.minded Vy inserting the J uo.isiicrs of the Gaztt'e, whose names were inadvertently omitted;- - - - ,r TteS?nate thenacjmrned to 9, 0 clock, A. it, ti -morrow. ' ' . . House Horning Sesmok. 1 y. fdse day, Oct." 3. The Housr met at the appointed hour. On mo tion of Mr. Kiuuey, the reading of the Jojrnal was dispensed with. The House then proceeded with the unfinished business the election of Speaker. The vote was as follows : 1 2 3 4 5,G 7.8 9 Donelson, 35 35 35 35 3 5 35 35 35 35 Brown, 3G 3G 3G 30 3G 3G 3G 3G 3G Mr. Donelson cast his vote this morning, for Mr. Travis, Mr Brown voted during the morning for Messrs. Snodgrnss, Vhite, and Galloway. After the 4th vote, Mr. Cavitt moved that the election of Speaker, be postponed, and that the House proceed to elect a Clerk. Mr. Dortch cilled for ayes and noe3, which re sulted , Ay e3, 28; Noes, 45. Mr. Holmes moved that the House adjourn un til 11 o'clock, to-morrow, in order that the mem bers might attend the Fair. Mr. Duni.ington. called for the aye3 and noe3. Ayes, 28; Nces. lS Mr. Mabry moved that the House take a recess of half an liou- previous to proceeding with the election of Sneaker. Failed. Mr. Snodgrass here suggested that the two can didates exchange compliments, by voting lor each other or, to withdraw from the House. Mr. Mabry moved that the door-keeper be sent for Mr. Taylor. Failed. Mr. Pope movtd that the Heuse adjourn until 3 o clock, .bailed. Mr. Travis sai 1 he would propese a plan by which the members might attend the Fair and the voting for Speaker continue, viz: that the Clerk record the names as heretofore, until some one changes his vote. (Lau hter.) Mr. Dorlch moved to proceed with the unfinish ed business. After the 5th vote, Mr. Brien said as the Houso was anxious for an election of Breaker, and in or d.-rthat they might progress with business, he would suggest that the Uou5e request the two caididatts to withdraw. Mr. Nixon hoped that the Chair would not en tertain the motion ; the House bad the rigat to ex pel for a fault, but not to request a member to re tire. Mr. Galloway supposed, the motion was con trary to all parliamentary rules. Mr. Brown, of Davidson, said that he was placed in a position of great delicacy. It was evident, that if be and the other gentleman retired, what the result would be; that he had been censured for not voting for his competitor. He did not wish to put him in an unpleasant position; that he was anxious lor this matter to be settled, and was ready to do any tning tnai was honorable. Mr. Cavitt sid the proposition to request mem bers to retire from the Hall was a most extraordin ary one, and wa3 without a precedent He was" not aware of but one occasion previous to the present, in which either House had had a difficulty in electing its presiding omeer. in imo, the ben' ate was in a similar situation; the Democratic par ty had a majority, but was prevented from organ ising by the minority for several days. The De mocratic candidate, (Jno. A. Gardner) first selected one of the two Parliamentary usages in such Ci3es, that is, not to vote, liis competitor did not pur sie the sime course, but voted fora political friend; ttterwards Col Gardner voted for his opponent, but the compliment was not returned. In this case, each party has supported its own candidate, and the two aspirants have voted for political friends; the precedent having been made and car ried out, for thirty-odd ballotings, by the candid ate on the other side of the House, (Mr. Brown.) So the Democratic party is not responsible for this delay. We are anxious for an organization, pro vided it can be effected on honorable terms. But I protest against this House asking two members to retire from the Hall, when they hive not intimated an inclination to do so. The gentlemen on the other side, being in the m jorily, can enforce this rule, but I will ask them to pause and reflect before they do so. Mr. Brien withdrew the motion. The House then proce did to vote for speaker. Upon the eighth vote, Mr. Brown, of Davidson, a-ked to be excused Irom voting, which was grant ed. So the vote now stands: Djnelson, 35; Brown, 3G. Travis. 1. On motion of Mr.JLooney, the House adjourned uutiio o clock. House Evening Session. Mr. Travis moved a call of the Heuse, which was ordered. Oa motion of Mr. Hatlon, the door-keeper was sent for the absentees. The House proceeded to vote for Speaker. Ten votes were taken, being forty-five in all, and re maining unchanged. After the forty second vote Mr. Brien offered the following : Jicsolced. That Neil S. Brown, baviDg, for more than thirty successive balloting?, received the high est number ol votes, lor bpjaker 01 me iiousr, 13 declared duly elected. Mr. Harris inquired, if the resolution wa3 in or der. Mr. Burch read the extract of the Constitution, prescribing the mode of electing the Speaker. Tne Chair declared the motion out of order. Mr. Newman moved to adjourn until 9 o'clock, to morrow, bailed. At the 45th vote, Mr. Watkins moved that the election ot Speaker be postponed, and that the House proceed to elect a Clerk. Ayes and noes te ng called ayes, 32; noes, 41. Mr. Dortch offered the following resolution': liesolced. That after three successive ballots for Speaker, upon the ballot immediately thereafter in said eh cliou for Speaker, the person receiving the highest number of votes shall be declared the Speaker of the House of Representatives. This resolution lies over for to-morrow. Mr. Galloway moved that the House adjourn until 9 o'clock, A. M , to-morrow, and that the members be requested to attend Divine service to night (Liughter.) And the House adjourned. Xsow-NoTniNos vs. The Nebraska Bill. Du- ing a late speech in Texas Senator Houston stated that the passage of the Nebraska Kansas Act was one ot the principal reasocs why ' the know noth ing or American party has been formed, and the great heart of Ame ha excited;' that said bill was concocted by a little caucus of seven or eight Sena tors 111 Congress, and that Mr. Pierce hail fallen in to their measures, and so the bill was brought for ward and passed : that it was a very bad bill, and he alone, of all the Southern Senator?, had voted against it. (tie did not seem to know that Mr. Bell had voted the same way). He told Senators. he said, that it was a bad bill, and that the North would not like it ; aud referred to his speech on tnesuDj.'ctin the faenatc in nroot ot what he assert- el, and to the know-nothing victories at the North in proof its truth, and the fulfilment of all his pro- pnecies. Senator Houston also spoke in high commenda tion of the Philadelphia know-nothing Plalform; Cniit If ami tld n.finnnl nml iMnsn.it.titin nn that he stood firmly on it, particularly, we suppose, oeciuse it styiea the iNebraska-rvsnsas bill "an ob noxious act and violated pledge " Senator Houston is one of the great pillars of 1 tt- 1 P 1 r . Mjuw-uuiuiugiMii ins speecnes nave oeen puo lished abroad, his life written, and it 13 said that he is to be the candidate of the Order in the next Presidential campaign. Can greiter condemnation be uttered against a party, asking Southern sup port, than facts like these? Savannali Georgian, vjm ins;. TnE Democratic National Convention. As some of our cotemporaries seem to be in doubt as to the manner in which the next Democratic Na tional Convention is to be constituted, we publish tie following resolutions of the last Democratic Ni - t onal Convention, held at Baltimore, for general in formation : 'Resolved. That in constituting future National Conventions of the Democratic party, in order to secure th3jrespective r.gh s jf the States to their r. - lative representation in such conventions, each State shall be entitled to twice the number ofdele- gates th&tit has votes in the electotnl college, and : ..iuic , anu mat tne Lremocratic .National Com mittee, m making arrangements for the National Oonvention, provide such number of seats therein lor each btate. anil annn v. .1.1 elect. -v uuic ui iue ueirgsus "Resolved. That the Convention be designated by the Democratic Na tional Committee; and that, in their call, the above resolution ue inserted as the rule for chosini? riVln. I gates." JCTt tkt Lmiai Post, StpL U J " TIIE I'At.L OF SEBASrOI'OL. Wa deeply regret to state thst our loss in the af uilt on the Bdan, last Saturday, amounted to 2.0 0 killed and wounded. From the Lundon Hiriit, Stpi. 11, - -On Saturdayj-the 8th of September, within a few dij of the anniversary of the landing of the allied to cjs in the Crimes, ud 31G days after the open ing of the besieging batteries against Sebastopol, ou the ,17th of October, 1854, a final and victorious assault" was made on the southern-part of the town. BeforenigbttbeFrencbfUg waved in tr.nmph upon the Malakoff Tower, which had fallen before the indomitable courage and perseverence of the a -sai! int", an( within a fbw hours more the Russian garrison had evacuated the Knrate'naia suburb and the sout .era portion of the fjrtres?, after blowing up the magazines and principal work?, Sitting lire to the town in many places, and then endeavoring to withdraw by the bridge across the harbor from this terntu sjene of deyastation and def -at. So fell Sebstopol. The catastrophe surpasses in horrible interest all the preceding scenes of this gigantic contes . 1 The .columns of the allied arm'ej, combined in a fourfold attack, struggled all day with equal valor, though with unequal success, against the principal points marked out for assault. The extreme right of the French attack was directed against the' work called the Little Bedan, which was at Grst carried by the impetuosity of our alliis,. though they were subsequently driven back by the fisrec resistance of the Russians. The second and principal assault of the French army was against the Malakoff, which was carried by storm, and determined by its fall the fate not only of the day, bnt of the siege. A third attack was made by the British forces on the Great Re dan, and, although we learn that the salient angle of this formidable work was at one moment carri ed and occupied by our troops, it must be added that they were subsequently driven out of it by the fire of the Russian batteries which command ed it; and this check ia some degree diminishes the exultation which will bo felt in this country at the triumphant termination of the sietro. The French columns on the left also assailed, in the tourth place, the Central Battery, but failed to es tauusn inemseives in me woric we have no doubt that every man who attacked the defences of Sevastopol on that eventful day fought with the same determination to carry the place or to perish in the attempt; and, although the results of these several attacks were unequal, all were animated by the same spirit and contributed to the great result, Ihe lirst prize ot this glorious victory be longs of right to our gallant allies, the French, since tne JlalaKou Tower, the key ot the main position, fell before the vigor of their assault: but. with that chivalrous feeling which is the noblest bond of men who have fought and conquered to gether, the names ot all those who earned the rugged defences of Sebastopol deserve to stand side by side on one page, and no invidious distinc tions shall sully or lessen their common renown. The Russians on their side unquestionably de- lenueu tne place witn mo utmost determination, anu on more man one point they had the advan tage over the besiegers. But it was tho couiage of desperation, for thiB effort was their last. No sooner were the outer work3 taken, which laid the town and the port at ne mercy ot the allied -for ces, than the men ot war and steamers in the har bor were all set on fire, blown up, sunk, or destroy ed, either by the fire of the 'allied batteries or by tne orders 01 tne itussian authorities. r .. linlt trrna tVta Tula rF lm RuD.l.n TOIar.?.- C. fln'. on wnicn me. imperial government bad expendeu incalculable sums of money and incessant labor that fleet which two year3 ago threatened the very r . 1 m t -t ry 1 . 1 1 . cAiaicuue ui iuc xur&isu .empire, uutwnose solita ry naval achievement was the atrocious outrage upon a far inferior force at Sinope. Of the authors of that nefarious attack what rem tins? The Emperor Nicholas sleeps in the vaults of St. Peter and St. Paul, no longer conscious of ihe chas tisement bis wicked ambition has Drought down on his empire and his heirs. The admirals who. commanded and the crews who fought on that oc casion have most of them fallen in the batteries of Sevastopol. The very ships for which Russia con tended at the Conference of Vienna as essential to' her dignity and power, are torn plank from plank anu scattered upon tne waves. These great events terminate the siege of Sevas topol, properly so called, for the allied armies have achieved within the hut three days the grand object of their enterprise. They have wrested from the whole military power of Russia a fortress which she had converted intoa place of extraordinary strength and defended with innumerable hosts of her best troops. They have annihilated the naval power on which she relied- to secure her supremacy in the Euxine, and to establish her authority from the snores 01 tne uaucisus to the mouths ot the Danube. But, above all, they hare shown the servile and c.-edulou3 nations of the Eistthat the powers now paramount in the world are not those of fanaticism and barbaric absolutism, but those of liberty and of t . l: . ... 1 o . . 1 1 v,iniAauvu. iu mis sii uggiu oGvaaiujjui uecaiue at once the test ol strength and the reward of victory. To reduce it by fotca of. arms was to overthrow that colossal fabricof Russian influence which a cen tury and a half of rapine and intrigue had called in to being, until it overawed the surrounding nations and threatened the independence of Europe. While the expedition to the Crimea offered the incalcula ble advantage of circumscribing withinafew sqnare mues 01 me enemy s territory all the horrors ot war. 1 r -.-7 .1. .i f . - 1 uuu 01 smiting me suengm 01 iour empires on a single point, the result of our victory is as bound less as the globe, It tells the world that the alliance of England and of France has stood the test of warfare by the'suf- lcnngsoi the camp and the penis of the field. Itas sures mankind that their united palicy c,an impose 11s win anu execute iisresoiuuon?, even though tbe timid stand aloof, and though men of baser minds may abandon the cause of their country in her hour 01 neeo. We owe our success in no slight degree to the unwavering firmness with which the Emperor ofthc French has pursued this enterprise and adhered to the policy that dictated it. liut we owe it no less to the clear and unanimous resolution of the people of England, whose mind was made up that this tiling ivas to oe done. In the course of these events which broke in so suddenly on our wonted avocations, wc have had mucn to learn and much to bear. At times the tedium of suspended excitement became almost in tolerable, and more than once the fain.-'jearted or the lactiouo lost confidence m the result. Yet wLat is the tact 1 hat u it we have done? A year has not yet elapsed since the allied armi set loot in the Unmea. Within that time thev hnvn won three pitched battles, and twice assaulted a iortress ot considerable magnitude. Thev have er compassed the works of the enemy with trennhe extending over more than thirty miles of ground: they have armed these trenches with the b ordinance, and kept up so incessant a fire that not only an incalculable amount of nroiectiles has bwn consumed, out live or six siege trains have been worn out They havo created at Kaminli Knnflfnr'n nml , . r --'--"---J -uiuiir.ujiccuj iiiarvsiaui ih wn pn ino Knoaii-c nave not dared to assail, anU Balaklava has become a popular mart A railroad connects the harbor and the camp; and electric chain binds the Crimea to Europe, and conveys to ua in a few hours the tidings ot these triumphant successes, Upwards of 200,000 msn encamped within the lines 01 tne icnernaya have been conveyed thither and are daily fed, clothed, and housed from the re sources ot n estern Jiurone, A II this has hepn r. fected in spitesof the rigor of winter, the heat of summer, and tbe distance of 3,000 miles from our shores, and within one little year from the sailingof mc cijieuiuua me leaning onjects ot the cam paign are accomplished and Sevastopol is in our power. The military and political results of this event opens a new chapter in the history of these trans actions to which we shall shortly take occasion to revert, but, bo they what they may, the grand fact now before us justifies the confidence we have never ceased to leel and rewards our hopes for within twelve months trora the commencemRnt.nf thiq n terprise Sevastopol has fallen, and the power of xmscia m we waters 01 tne tiuxico is at an end. Thk Editor ahd the Premier Black the editor ot thn Alornme Chronicle, was a rrpat favnrito with Lord Melbourne. On cne occasion the Peer saia: r. liiack, you are the only Derson who come 3 10 sets me wno lorgets who 1 am. The ed uor opnjd his eyes with astonishment. "You forget that I am the Prime Minister; every body else takes especial care to remember it, but I wish mey woqiu lorgei it. lor thev on v rrmornhpr if m a3kjme for anything, and I wish you wou'd. f r seriously I should be most happy to do any thin" in my power to serve vou." "1 am truly obliged." nam r. xiat.-K, -out 1 uon c want want anvthinc I am editor ot t"ie morning Chronicle: I like mr busiacss, and I live happily on my income." "Then " said the Peer, with anoath Ienvyyoti, and you're me oniy man 1 ever aiu. An Irish musician, who now and then ir- dulgpd in a glass too much, was accosted by a gen tleman witn "Pat, what makes your face so red?" "PIeae yer honor, said Pat. "I 1 a;s blush when I speak to gentlemen." 1 Special nqtices; ? ft (Advertisement.) TJiink it Unequalled. The followirg letter is fit m one-Cllie oldest and mo3t respectable1" wholesale-drngrjr ' i ... 1.1 . 1 t v, iusiuu, 2JIEU nww fli'vu ..v... ...... 011 knowledge, in regard 10 ihe virtue of U.v AFahne alocl.'s Vermifuge: , Jed'i-. JS A. b'atiMitock t; Ob. J (Jxvtliuxk: Hiving f'r many Tears sold your justly celeliw'.ed Veraiifugtr, wo laks pleasnr in adding our tes timony rerding its merits a3 an efTectuil .remodjfnr worms. 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A great number of the best physicians in tbe United States have testified that thev are "more reliable than any other proprietary medicines with which we f tiieyj are acquainted, id the diseases for which they are prescribed." lfyouharea Coug or any dizetse of the throat or lungs, make a trial of the Expecto rant, and mark the result. The Cordial may be taken with good eilVctjn all diseases of the boirels. See descrip tive pamphlets, to be had gratis of tha agent. Trice of each, only S3 cents, or six bottles for $2 50. oct2 1 m Advertisement. fW The Germins have produced some very excellent remedies for various diseases. Among which may be speofiid "Ur.Hocfland's Celebreted Bitters," for tale by C. M Jackson -and U3ed with remarkable success in Li v. cr Complaints, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, and a general demngement of the Stomach. The Sunday Dispatch says i-f ihia medicine : "We feel convinced, that in the use of Uu German Hitters the patient does not be come debilitate!, but constantly gains strength and vigor to ihe frame a fact worthy of consideration The Bitters are pleasant in taste and in smell, and can be administer ed under any circumstances, to the most delicate stomach. Indeed they can be used by all persons with the most per fect safety. It would bo well for those who are much af fected in the nervous Kystem, to commence with one tea spoonful or less, and gradually increase. We speak from experience, aniare, of course, a proper judj.e. Thepress, far and wide, have united in recommending the German Bitters, and totlie afflicted we moit cordially advise their ute." See advertisement. od2 Jm iiBEIaPni THEATRE Lessee and Manager. .JOHN GREENE The Manager, with pleasure, announces to the public I. that he haielTestcd arc-eapigementirith the distinguished youn Tragedienne, MISS (JUAKlAUTfc wxfilTB.wno will, by particular desire, appear as the Hon. Mrs. Orms by Defmainej THURSDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 4TU, 1S35, Will be acted the admired Comedy of THE SERIOUS FA3IILY. Overture by ihe Orchestra ' To conclude with the new Farce 'first time here) of MY FELLOW CLERK; In rehearsal: "The Wonier," and "Speed the Plough." PRICES OF ADMISSION. Box and Parquctle. 75 cents: Second Tier, SO cents; Second Tier (second class,) 50 cents; Colored liox, 50 cents ; Colored Uallety, zi cents. DR. B. W. HALL and '"It. TUOS. A. ATCHI SON, late of Bowling Green. Ky , have loim ed a pirlner. tj.pin tbe practice of Medicine. Office, No. 7 Oherry street. oct4 iw KUNAWAY OJtE CENT JtEWARD AND no THANKS. LEFT my hocse on Saturday iflth Sept, 1S5.", (an ap prentice to the Tanning Business) WILLIAM A. BARLOW, between 18 and 19 years old. The above re ward will be giren for hU delivery to me in Dickson Co , Tenn. octi-Stw R. A. liCAYfcS NEW FJII.U. I HAVE this day associated with me Mr. R. J. D.Rodb, of thiacitv. to transact a Retail Dry Goods Business, under the style and firm of ROBB A CRA.WFORO octi J. J. CRAWiORD. WE ARE now receivings very Landsome stock of Fall and Winter Goods consisting of the latest Styles of Staple and fancy articles, we most respectiuiiy invite ourlriends and, in fact, ull who wit.Ii to buy goods to suit the tightness of the times, to give us a coll. We will take great pleasure in showing them through our Stock. We intend to sell goods cheap lor Ibe money. UOBB fc CRAWFORD, octl fo. 10 Union street l.LU 1 O ' S Great Steamboat Work WILL BE READY ON OR ABOUT THE TWEKTY-FOUBTH OF OCTOBER. CONTENTS. First application of Steam. Life of John Kith Engraving of his first Boat. Life of Robert Kullon Engruvingof bis first American Boat on the Hudson River. Rob't Fulton and Livingston's first Ohio River Boat correct Likeness -full particulars. Latrobe's first Boat. First Sleuhenville lliat. First Explosion on the Western Waters; from an Eye Witness. ilapsof the Western Wacrs; Towns, Citiel and Dis tames laid dowj correctly. List of Steamboat Explosions since. 1312; Names of Killed and Wounded; List of Steamboats now elloat. Cor rect Views of INttsbure, Wheeling. Cincinnati, Louisville, St, Lnuis and New Orleans, in 1S35, Sketch of each place Population, Business, Ac, Ac Fast Time of Boats on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. List of Steamboat Ollicers on the Western Watera. The NewSteambonl law With Comments- Life boats. Disasters on the Lakes names of lost, killed and woun ded. The injurious Tendencies of Monopolies. TheHigl Water in mo, 1832, 1S47. List (it Plantations on the Mississippi River. Impur ant United States Supreme O'curt Steamboat De cisions. With one hundred engravings, handsomely bound. Price II. Orders from the trade solicited, and a rents in evcrv townandcity to cinvass fur the woik. Address JAS t. l.LUi 1) s Oo., Cincinnati, O. fcs? u. rAii.aunru, Agent, oct4 6w Nashville, Tenn. i'd8w Rice- F Or. sale bv JOSEPH NASH, cor. College & Chinch sts. oct4 lw K. E. Cash for Wheat & Rye. JUSKi'll WASH, South-Eat Corner Church and College Sts, Nasnville,!cpt. 8 "Jm REMOVAL. T'HE Nashville Insurance Acencr Office is removed to me Duuuing at the couth east corner nt College nnd Church streets. sepl6 JOSEPH NASH. i). . con, co2iissior and forwabdht heechant, Savannah. tJa. A DVANCES will to made by the subscriber on con- Jk sienmcnis Ol 1'roilute renerallrtn thpnhnf enampri house JOSEl'H NASH. eptCl 3m South-east corner College and Churcti sts. ALL THE PKE.HIU.YtS FOR THE FINEST HATS AT THE STATE FAIK WERE AWARDED TO WaterficSd & Walker. AGREEABLE to thrir usual custom, WATERFIELD A WALKER aain took tte premium for the finest Hats on exhibition at the State Fair of 1855. thus afford. inganother incontcstible evidence of the sunerinritr nf men uiuuuiiicfcures. jne cave a lew more leu 01 tne same sort, ana tell them at their usual price of hve dol arts. WAXBKMKliU WALrkKK. Fashionable Hatters, "Ctt 26 Public Square, next to Gowdes. By Da vis & S w n n n . ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, commencing at 9 ecloct, we will offer at Auction, the following articles, to wit 10 uua. cnoice iirown sugar; 29 " clarified, do; very white; 75 barrels pow'd and crush'd Sugar; 54 " Ixiaf do: No. from 4 to 8. 200,000 Se gars in Cases of 10 to 20.00th Ann r.r ' aw jumBwniing paper; 70 boxts Virginia Tobacco, assorted brands; 83 hair barrel Molasses; 45 barrels do; 9rf barrels Pike's Pure Magnolia Whisky; 35 do Old Bourbon and ilonongahala, do 17 barrels Cognac Brandy; 115 boxes Gla-isware; 211 bags prime Grten Rio Coffee; 0 " " I-agnyra do, 55 boxra CUret Wn c; 30 boxes Imported Tea; 75 dozen Spuria made BROOMS- 80 Hnxes Bar Soap, ' No: 1." 63 dozen Painted JJuckets; 20 nest, do Tubs; 12 racks Carrier Uni-lot- And many other articles suitable fo the trade. IlAVlH MWAVV ocU-M No 73 Public SnHMP 1 fiiSS NEW BOOKS. NEW SUPPLY OE Hidden Path. - - bt nis author or "altsc. -TOON,. NELSON ic CO.,- havo-just-reccived. ! THE HIDDEN PATH. I By Marian Harfnnd, Author of "Alone."'- 5 ' "Few productions of the same class at the present day are written with greater elegance of diction or charm of narrative." Richmond &qtiirer. ' ' ALONE... By Marian Harland, of Richmond, Virginia, cuiiiun. v 1 DflESTICKS. Westicla, P. B. What Jle Says. By Q. 'K. Philander' TEMPEST AND, SUNSHINE; Or, Ufa id Kentucky. By iMrc. M.J. Holmes. THE LEGISLATIVE GUIDE. Containing all the Ruled for conducting business in Congress, Jtflerson's Manual, and Citixjns' Mtnual with Ccp.ous Kotes and marginal references, explaining the Rules and Authority therefor; designed to Economizs Time, and ecnre uni formijy in the proceedings of all Deliberative Bodies. DAILY LINE OP PACKETS, FOR EHITHLAND, PADTJCAH. LOUISVILLE NIF ST- LOUIS, CONNECTING atPadocah with Louis, tille acdSt. Louis U S Mail Boats. STEAMER ALIDA Leaves Nashville Mondavu and Thursdays, at 10 o'clock, A.M. STEAMER CUIIA Leaves Koshville on 1 u-sdays and Fridays at 10 o'clock. A.il STEAMER ROCK CITY Leaves Nashville on Wednesdays and Siturdays at 10 o' clock, A. M The above Boats are of light draught and have good ac comm-xJations for passengers and will run regularly in tbe Cumberland River Trade, One of them Icave&NuShviUe everyday, except Sunday, at 10 o'clock, A. M. A. HAMILTON, oc!S 6m Agent EXTRAORDINARY SALE OE CITY PKOP EKTY. DWELLING HOUSES AND ELIGIBLE BUILDING X0T3. ON SATURDAY, the 13th inst, at the Court House In Nashville, we will offer at Public Sale, a great va rielv of City Property, improved and unimproved, and making in amount one ot the largest salts ever offered at ' tne uourt.liouie. THE ABMSTB0NG PB0PERTY, fcituited on Cherry rect, fronting 73 feet and running back 170 Oct to an alley, includicg Ihe dwelling formeily occupied by the late Gen Armstrong. We may divide this lot into three parts, eltteroC which would make a icost admirable location fora. Retail Fancy Store, Lawyers and Doctors' offices, 4c, Ac THE GABELS0N PB0FEBTY, Sitnjtcd on Summer street, 8lh Ward, Nashville, consist ing of tis dwelling, a neat and comfortable house with sev eral rooms. Lot lronts 50 feet on Summer street end runs back 210 feet to an alley. - THE TWO SIOBY HOUSES Adjoinirg.juit built, nevnr occupied, each lot containing 30 feet aua running back 210 feet to an alley. Each house contains 5 rooms betides Vitchen, Ac, and are well worth the attention of all those who desireneat and cheap homes. TWO LOTS ON KULBEBEY STREET, 85 front each by 237 feet deep. A tieautuui live Acre .Lot in tne uuena t lsta tract. THE rOLLOWING Till liable Building Lots in the City. .Four Lots on Tine street, adjoining the residence of A Cuocinsrham. Kin Theeeof ihe lo-s are lorty feet front. and tbe tlu'th is o2J feet front and inns back 170 feet to an alley. 1 ne us; lot nas a siae auey ana is wen auapieu to two tine residence?. F0UE LOTS ON SPBUCE TEEET, Near Broad street, beinsn portion of the Soulhall Lot These lots fiont S3 (eat on Spiu;e street and are 150 feet detp. They a:e tree from ta.es and oie well adap:ed for resiliences lor men 01 ccs iress. Jorteiins anblv to the undersiirned. We will fhuw the prtp.Tty to nil who will examine it previous to the day of salts. UN DSLtY & CUOOKhTT H. It. Glascock, Auctiotosr. SSColIega st, oct3 Id G NEAT KESIDEA'CE FOR SALE. T TTE offer for sale a Tract of Land containing '2.6 acres VY situated ou tb Buena Vista. Turnpike lloud, miles lro:n llie city, ine improvements consistent oeaii ti f til tlrick Cottuge containing nine : oius, most conveni ently arranged, and an excellent Barn and other out- inu es, all new. Tl.is place is conveniently near the Bu ena Vista Snrinc-3. and na2 urxin it a lice Well cf water. The soil is hue aud admirably adapted for a market gurcen aim uairy. Taiuis. One-ihird Casb, balance incnesnd two Tears. Apply to LINDdLEV & UKUCKKIT, " rxt3-lm U' S3 College st. llAKiClM'STuC'i. ALE. 25 BBLS icceivcd and fir sale low by R. O'KAN'E. r ANTED FOR CASH. ZlOO bbus Cider by VV octi K. O'KANE. tlDER VINEGAR oiireftlv lorUmiiy use. For saie J by, scpt3 U.OKANE. Casla for all kinds of Produce. XX7-HEAT. RYF, BACON, rEATHERS, BEESWAX, J T &c, Ac, by 1C U'KAiMK, tept21 S. E Corner Co'lcce and Church sts. B. 0 'KANE, DKAI.ER IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQU0BS, SALT, &C Flour and Bran always on hand. South-East cornerof Chnrchund College Streets. sept2 tr NOTICE. I7ROMthis date Mr. JOHN" W. WIL-ON has blcime interested in our business, which will be continned uuder the firm auditjle ot - SNOW, MACKBNZIE A CO. Nasliville, Oct. 2, '55. HARPER'S MAGAZINE j FOR OCTOBER, just ree'd by oct2- UAOAN a bro, Market KtrvPt JIAt.'A2IN'E l-OR OCTOItEIf.. HARPER'S MAGAZINE for Ociober; FRANK LESLIE'S GAZETTE OF FASHIONS; FRANK LESLIE'S N. Y. JOURNAL. Just received by cct'J JOHN YORK & CO. A TEACHER WANTED. WANTED, a Teacher at Hi Oakland Academy in Clark county, Arkansas. The applicant must b e competent to teach the Langoagts in aidition to the usu al studies of an Acsdemic course. Said Academy is situ ated iu a healthy, rich and popiil ran neighborhood - one sufficient to snpport a good Mhool thrnnguont II e year. It is de-siiable that ihe school should commence on the 1st of January, 1850. For further information address DR. W. P. McCI.URK, oct2 StdAw Arkadetpht-i. A'k "VfALUABLE ItEAL KSTArEJ'OU SALE. V The undeisigncd pri'iiosfs toicll a portion of tbe c u.e uu uicn Jisrenmeb, iu me county 01 jiury, Known ai "Hamilton place," These lands are bcan'ifullv located, well imntoved. wateied.and timbered, andin)oint of fertility, productive- necs ana neaiiiuuicess, are not surpassea. 11 iqualled, by any lands in tbe State ol Tennessee. There are in tbe neighborhood Episcopal, Presbyterian anil Methodist Ctiurches, ai also schools, male and female, in the midst of ot as good society as is 10 be found in tbe Southern States 700 Acie are ottered Tor sale, fronting on the Colum bia Cential Turnpike Rood.divided into FIVE LOTS, con taining 50, 73, 155, ISO, and 219 acres severally. The im provements consist of a BEAUTIFUL GOTHIC COT TAGE, built of brick, containing eisbt rooms. Willi neces sary out-buildinss; 400 acres of cleared land, under a eood fence, overreers' houses, negro quarters', blacksmith and carpenter siop, mill house, corn crib, Ac, Ac Ac 1 ne lanas win ce soiu enner in a body, or in lots, ir not difbosed of bv the first cf Xovemlier. it will ho oftVeJ t imblic s.ile in io:s. To a orofesslonalcentleman. merchant or Southern planter, who desires a btautiful country resi dence, these lands offer irreat attractions. It is rarolhat" sucn lands are fllerru tor sale. Address the undersiimed at Ashwood Post Office. Maurr county, lenn. Sf PUtUof the land mar beseenatlhe stole of Mates. ... - Orr & Gantt, Columbia, and with.it. Houston. Esa.. Nash- Tiue, icuu. septlC-tf LUCIUS J. POLK. HIKS. GEIlTItUDE J. CAItY'S HOARD ING AND DAY SCHOOL TTTILL resume its Session cn Monday, Sept. 10th. Cir- VV culars my be obtained on application at her resi dence, S. W. orncr Pine and Fifteenth streets, Fhiladel- RErxRixcas. Kev. II. A. L'oantonn. D. D Her. Wm Cheater. D. D Rev. J. Newton Brown. D. D.. Rev. Henrv xriing, iver. ur. x. i ran, ivr. o. uiiruon aiaxweil, roila delnhuu t . 1 . 1 . . T.I . 1 ,) T . 1 . .. n. . . Hon. Wm. X. Marcv. Secretsrv of S ate. Judire I. V. Daniel. Supreme Court. U. t;. VVathinirton Hurt Rr. ft-l . II .11 - 1. IV T T . . .. . " .. ruoraaa 11 stviuner, u. v.. nev. joei r'arxer, u. i;., mew iorx;Her. ueorge ttooannage, r. i. name!, Jr. Esq., Iticbmond, Va. Hon. Cave John.on, President Bonk of Tennesfee. Nash ville T A 11 f- .. - M V. .1 II f 1 .vuu . x.vc, uuiujjiiuuci, .iuuie, tenn. M-'piJi Dill. " : LAND WAKHANTs! S .11 1 T JI & JOSES, General Agents, 22 Cherry Street, WILL give the highc.it market price for any quantity of Bounty Lacd Warrants. septH tf. VTOTIUU. Sarah Tellit, John I'ntstiev's hens, and Jl David Montgomery, are hereby notified to call on the uyoti 1 uvi nuu icuic iucir uoiueuua in me iosnviiie JJndge Company. . JACOB McUAVOCK JjATEST STYLES FANCY' GOODS. fE HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW STY EE. FANCY FRENCH CASIMEHES, FANCY PLUSH VELVbT. AND RICH SILK VEST IN GS, FOR TALL AND WINTER WEAR. which we are prepared to make pp to order in the latest DlIlitB. The inspection of our cus-rmers and the pnbiic is soli cited. CLIFTON A ABBOrT." ' " ypl If. No 15. CedarMre;!. Oats Wfatert. 2000 Bushels of Oats VVanteJ, forwhich we mil pay CAStl. KlrlKPATRIC & NEV1N3. sep22 din ill. &MDRlfs. fc. 231 Should Try It. . DB. J. HOSTETTEB'S CELEBRATED STOMACH-BITTERS. ... ARErrOTI DYSPEPTIC r " XV ;Then take these celebrated Bitters. . , ARI YOU HILLIOUSr ' ' .1 1 Try one bottle of the-e Bitters and be relieved at once. A RF-TOU" ANNOYED BY INDIGESTION f Remove thaoauie bjjtbe free useof theSe Bitters. . -The celebrityabauhia excellent, preparation has gained ii the last few years is beyond belief. The best I'htsicians L In the United States endorse it and recommend it to their , pan en u rp an cases 01 A'jspetia, indigestion and: boss ot Appetite. It is u?ed by nearly- every mily in Jhe Union, and none should be without it. ... sale, by-. H G. 8CQVEL, GiW. UENDERSHOT, . BERRY A DKMOVlLLEi JO. G. J1UOWN, 11ARBERT t KOSC03, .- ;: ! Jl. O. CARTER, And by l)nizgl!tsand Hotels generally N. B.e3airecir6ni on Bottle. - septlSdiwly. : TENNESSEE ' AlARINE- Fire Insurance Company y CAFSTiHj, ' ,$ 1,5 G , O O OT - OFFICE 'prluVWest Corner of the TuMic Square, over Dyer Pearl's Exchaotre Offi- Thev r ill take risks on Dwellings, nnd' other ilou-es, Good.' in Store . a gninj t'l,i3 of Dauis'ge by Kire. Alto, Jlirjne and River ,11,17; irorj 1.0 n ana 10 an puris. y ., . ' . ALSO Ncgroc ngninst th dangers of the River. DIRECTORS. JOHN M. HILL, JAMES. CO RHEY. G. M. FOGG, . ALEX. ALLISON, R: IL GARDNER, JOSEPH VAUCX. THOM Bi?ON ALDEUSOy, 1 A. OWEN. JAMES ELLIS, N. E. ALLOWAY, W. t. EAK.Ii.i . JOSU'U YAULX, President A. W. Bctlis, Secretary. nttw oclS-tf. SIDE SIlYLIGIiT. IJACJUEUREVN'. GAL- CORNER OF DEAHERICE. ETBEET ND EQUABE. MY ROOMS are fitted uina style iiifelior to rwoe, with the best Side Sky-Light, in" the city, fronting immediately on tbe Sqiiaro. Peranum want or lied life-lllcond flesh cIored DA GUERRfcOrYI',.will.tind it to their advantage to call and examine my Specimens, and I warrant to givesalis fiction in every cat 0 or no charge mide. Call und judge foryonrselt. oct3 OHAS. G 'GlEitS. FIREMEN'S BALL, TO BE GIVEN IN HREMEN'S HALL, COLLEGE ST., Near Ii road Street, ON THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 4T1I, For the beneBt ofprocuring "A Working Unitotiu" for uroau sirtci nre vo, AO. 2. ' Tickets of admittance $ 1. to be had at anj v the, Hotels, cf the managers' and at the door, . - "., MANAGERS. ; 5 WFOrr.SoS, ':. ATylsr, Nol, J H Morris, No 2.. . . J Walker, Jr., No 3. W R Miller, No 2, J It McUmbs, No 4. Jitodgc, iSo 2. 1 octS HEDICAL INHALATION, ELECTKICiTY, &T, AS auxiliaries in the treatment of Throat, Lung and Liver Diseases. Tne above specialities are successfully treated on en tirely new principles ot practice embracing tbe above ays tons when necessary, combined, with ihe practice co pursued in the London, Parisian and Ethuburg Univtrsi iies,byTh03. H. Greenhough, K. It S. and 41. M.S Ac , late of London and Paris, Resident 1'hjsician of New Orleans, author of the Cbemico-Phj siolcgical IVaclicd ot Medicine special practitioner in all Cbruuic ttfectious of the Repiratory, Ouculatory and 5e vous itysfeaiv and in Climnic stomachal and Intestiu.il lJisce. t Ui.e. No. 2 Crutchi r Huusa. oct3. Nashville Acadcnif of Alnsic. BASOICST 8T0BT OF THE CUE1STIA1V CKCtCU. OUURRY STREET PRINCIPALS-CHABLIS HES HENBY WIBEB. DEPARTMENTS. Tbe system ot infraction adopted lor this Academy is the same as that pursued in the Itojal Academy in 1'aiis, and cuupns lieu departuienls, and Senior; to nbich. is added a itccnpiliilatluu Depiiitiuent, designed for those who intend to adopt iuumc Jan rroiessiuu. TEBilS PiB SESSION. Primnry Department f20 00 le lessons a week, one daily, Saturday excepted. Jt re-itiinuu ilcpurlinciit '. . 00 fourlcssons a week, Monday, Tuesday Ihuisday atd rriuay. . . -Sophomore Department.. 30 00 Three lessons one. wee. Monday, Wednesday and .Junior Department..... ffi () Leson6ime in.nu'mberaud in days as in lhaSopho Senior Department '. $-it) 00 1 0 jeszour weer,-ilonjir .-und 1 tit siar. . ICLcapilulation llt partiiient $to 00 Lous aany, Saturday exccpieu. la all Ihe loregoinj! Departments, Uie Piano and UIUU UI C IIC uuij ibairuuicuii UiUgUb EXTRAS. Instructim on the Harp, two lessons a week per scss. $!5 in YocaJiiation..... 2 - iu Italian style.. 45 - - to classes oT gentltruen on' Ire vlutin, F.uto, CUriimei, two evenings a , "eeic ( 15 V3 All tuition leedae-on tbe entrance of the uuoll. Oue let-sou a' week iu Sacred Music civen to allnuoifs free of charge.-" I.- .- l . i 1 r . - . - 110 cuarge win oe mane iorine nre 01 jncircments. Music and Music Books furnished trails to ibei.uoils. who wjij 00 peimuiea reunn meui as tneir own property at me ciusu 01 iuc seraiou. JUpils will be received at any time, and charted from the period the eniertothe ciwe of the session. The at tendance of pupils will be required dnnng the lesson, only. . Tt!e Academic Year will ha divided into two session: me one commencing on me Jionaa j in September, ami ciuaii g on ine iosi rriuir in January, tne otner commen ing uu the 1st Monday iu February aud closim? on the 3d Fndiyin June. tjj riipus minuted to ttieir care shall receive close at tention, and if unwearied msiduitr on the nart cf thein ilruaura'can avail, they thai) 1,01 (ail to aiuitn the eLv- jcu suuuam ui irauincucj to wnicn Tney may aspire. Application u oe mae at me ACu.iemy. ocw tf ' 1VEST1VAKD THE oTAlf. Ol' MEAL ES TATE TAKES IT WAV. rpHB Northern and Westrn portions of Nashville, after j m pruiuuuu,Mcepyi urany years, are now wiue nwaKe, and the advance in the va uj of He-ti iita!c in ibote por tioua of tbe city baa been ve. y irreal. doaciv so. wbsi. we Consider the hih price ot ull the neustunea of life and the great bcaruity ui u,ouey lur the twelve montha A. anundant harvest now "scatters plenty o'er Uie uniting iauu, auu uuiiiuoa ut uouaia win dm puureu inio iennes uee It.e eniumg fJl and muter, in (eturii tor an oreihjw ing crop ot wiie, corn, tobacco. &c Nashvide is located iu tbe very center of Ihe most keautitul country iu the unntu soies, uuu uermarcn to weann .na in population 13 r g ii uawara. ine spirit 01 lmpmvemeat lsaoruatitin tbe land The Soutliern Kailroaa ia completed nine miles ueyona rrunsun. ine .aoruittcsieiu luutruud is now uuder contact. The Louisrilte and Nbrilie Railncad is now Under omtracL Tbe luture trruwih of Mouth h. Vlllcund LdgeQeld is bejoud cavil, anj iheoM (ogles who predicted rum to both, we coLhdeutly btheve, will be equally aaUiudcd at tbe great increase in the value U' lots lor tears 10 come in t e new town 01 JicUavuck and all Weit .NoohTiiIc, na noepidemi? baa ever visited ttiose pur,- iiUU3 vi iuc cny. ' In order lo Keep pace wila. the increasing demand for ,ols." " ' aasnviiie, we win, 02 t UtsUAl , the S til IN&T., on tne prtmKoi iu liarJ.ug Maenihceut Addi- tioo, offer at Public tale ttom 4U U M Biauntul Buuuiug num. iivuviuir Hum iu dit recfc UCQ OQ iav. Ji-dMrviiii Polk, iUmilMjo and Wattius streets, and runntug back Irom liy to 1 GO feet to aliens j5 ttet wide. Tceae Luis ale abvut tioO or t0j vards'lroui the Cpuu:. are of deeo toil ..... .... . k I ..1 t t.. . 1 uuu u. uiu iuiu ui(uy jocuuues Arc&iuenlc! the citv will save enouih in a lew tears in ieni ami taiM t.. buy and improve a lot in liardrn'a Addition. Our teru aieaiongcreuit 01 1, z.and 3 years, Dr notes bearing in terest Datable in Dank, hitbucUir.lv secured and a hen reiaiueu. J3f Omnibus? cs will run as ui ual free of chare 1 ,cale to commence at lu o clock, a. m.. ut lot So. 4ou me corner oi uay and rhuhp btreet. Come one, eo0"!L.-"., J.L. & K V.DRO.VN, 14 Cherry street. octS-td. WAl. W.JLNUA, PB ell en juans-er . No; 18, IIROADWAY. NASLtvILI.K VENN'. N.li. To his own ba has added the entire stock and tools of the late K. Ruckle. . octa -if STATS Fillfi, JOHN U. WILLIAMS, Treasurer, aud W.IJ.Eijjstox SecretarrdflJie fair, will attend at tho ofBre nf W. n. 1.1 1 15 wn, mine jieinodistuook Concern, east ide I'ub lie Squire, ev try day ibis week, from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m., to receive entries tor premiums and theviarlv dues irm uieuiuers oviub uaviukon iouniy Sjocieiy. Any inloruia tion on themtject'of the .irmay be obtained of ttese of ficers, or or Gen. ii. Cheatham, Chief Marshal; Dr.Shel by.ind F. It. Kains. E. G. EASTMAN, 1 . . . i . . ,. . - - septus , ' naiiw Sec state Bureau. DEALER IN JEWElJilY' AND READY' .MADE CLOTHING, AND EXCUANt;E BROKER, NO 20 DEADER1CK STREET, Nidmlte, Tennessee. .y.ii r 1 t..j .1 . . ..' . 1 W ... .1- p 0 S T I ,r?XS. ii , ly-'W 1 , , . . 1 . ... . , 1 , 1 1 lilci. flrii. Hm niitKrlit ai unr nthpr hnlt.f tn t m I . i f uiuwiumu.o-ji i; "iiiaciiin turauaa i lie will alio make liberal advances ua Watches and oili er Jepelry, Pihtols, Ac, at m.jderate rates. . eeptyjlin- H. C0II5N. ' A TE ACII E?t 'WA. S TE D A GENTLEMAN qualitied to teach the Litin and Greek languages and all other studies usually taught In tbe best Academies, can get a private school and a gtoi salary by aipling to me immediately. JUUa W. CHILDRESS, eptl2 tri w4w ilurfrcesboro, Tenn. : NEW PUBLICATIONS. Valuable Books, TV. T. BERRY & CO. hare Jnst received l. The legislative Guide, 1 toL S. Complete Works or Daniel Webster, e voL 5. The Works of John a Calhoun, 4 voL 4- Ferrer's Institutes of Metaphysics. C. Xeightley'a Mythology ot Greece and Italy, 1 voL 6. Las Casas Memoirs of Napoleon, 4 vol. 7. Napoleon at St. Helena O'Mean. 8. Abbotts Life of Napoleon, 3 vols. 5 Shiet'sSie'chesortheIrishBar,2ToIs. , 10 Napier's Battles of the Peninsular. 11. Bits of Blarney. Br J. Sbelton MchTeniie. J 12. Farraday's Experimental Researches on Electrici- vols 18. Prichard's Natural History of Man, 2 vols. IIAYARD TAYLOR'S MEW ROOK I A visit to CHINA, LOO-CHO, and JTAPAN, in the year 1858. By BiTAED Tartoa. With elegant Steel Ix- gravings: -1 toL ISmo. eloth. This volume is a record of the Author's own experienco during a year's travel in the above-named conntrie. and Hi intended to convey on accurate Idea of the present phjsical and social aspect The resnlu of ther riler'a observations are given in tbe tame delightfully natural style which characterizes his previous works. With this volume ends the record of two and a hair years ortr&re!, which was commenced in theMooroey to Central Afnca, and continued in the 'Lands of the Saracen.' In bringing bis work to a elese, the anthr r cannot avoid ex pressing his acknowledgment of the interest In those por tiens ofins narrative already pnblithed on interest which has HMiified him in the pn paratirn of this vcltrme, and encouraged Jiim to hope thai he will in be received 1 1 the same &res;des as a gossip and companion, not as a bore. xtract from tkt Fr'act Just received by W T. BERRY A CO. Tiie Newcomes. AV. T. RERRY & CO. hare jnst received - THE NEWCOMES. Mem.irs or a most Respectable Family. Edited hy Anthur Pendamis, luq. Hlnstrated. VST We think the great mats or his readers will bear ns cut in onr. pplnion that the Newcomes is not oly th most agreeable story, bnt the cleverest book which Mr. -Thackery has yet contributed for the amusement and edi ficationor the admiring public There never his been a nobler sketch tfcan that or the CoIoneL We can under stand how every indiiidl in the story or out or it rrjoices to gain tbe acquaintance or Thomas Neweome. The key rote or the story is struck high and sweet in his character, which is atoncesoloftjaad child-like. HUcluoo-Tt Jfjy! A. J. FRANCISCO, MANOFACTUBEB AND DEALER VS. Hats, Caps and Ladies' PURS, NO. 23, PDRLIC SQUARE, ya-.h.Tille. MX AUTUMJI STYLE OK JIOI.E SKIN HAT FOR 1335 is now ready fi inspection at No. S3, Public Square. Thoi who wish an elegant DRESS HAT are in ivitedtocall and leave thtir orders early. Those who left their orders dnrW lti .r.1 will find their Hats ready for delivery to-day. FRANCISCO'S BAZAAR, wpl. No. S3 Public Square. ON DON SJIOKE, UUOWN HUNUARIAN, AND THE BROWN AND FEARL ALBON1S HAT. ttese are entirely new styles of goods worthy tte attention ot all who desire something- tasty in the SM Hal line. 6 3 ! A. J. FRANCISCO'S, ept No. 23 Public Square. Gaps! Caps!! MEN'S AND BOA'S' CLOTH AND PLUSH CAPS 'of every description and quality, jus rtce'ved and now teady at the FASHION AUI.K HaT EMPORIUM, No-23, Public Square, sepl A. J. FRANCISCO. COUNTRY 31 EltCHANTS A REREM1NDEDTHATI HAVE XJl. the Ware Kooms well icoixsa with every thing NEW AND DESIRABIE in my line for the FALL TRADE, and would be pleased to Ml their orders. A. J. FRANCISCO, repl. No 28. Public Square. FALL AND WINTER TRADE FOR 18337 H. O. m'SlAlTLY & CO. No. 55 College Street, ARE now prepare i to extibit one of tbe most com plete, as well as tbe largest stock of Dry Goods ever 'offered by retail in this country. All we desire ia for our friends and buyers generally to call on ns for what they want, and we will surelv rapply them. The tiro partners having spent three months in New York, hare accomplished much in getting up the:rs'ock frum lirst hands, which will. nable them to 1 ell at pricts far It'om previous rates. DRESS GOODS. In Silks everything new and beautiful; Brocade and Plaid Flounces; Plain Plaid and Brocades; 1000 rich bigb colored Deiairea; Plain, plaid and rich Gg. Merinos. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. liO sets cf fine VaL and Uoniton Laces; 100 " Collars and Sleeves in (.ace; 100 Fiench Work Jaconet; 50" " Cardinals Lawns. DOMfcSTIC AND STAPLE GOODS. All the leading styles of goods, snch as New York Mills and other Uomeslic ; Cotton and Linen Sheetings; Damask and Plain Towelling and Towels; Jaconet, "Muslins and Cambricka; Globe, Merrimack, Dunnel, Excelsior Prints; Furniture chintzes. Ac, Ac OENTLkME.Ny WEAR. New French and English Cloths, ptainand Fney Cas-i-meres and Vest.ngs, in endlesa variety, which we will have made to order in the most fanhionable style. Also, an extensive assortment of Kid and other Gloves, Hosiery, Stocks,. Cravat, Collars, Handkeicbiets, Ac CARPETI.NGS. We have now the largest and most wied stock er r oCered tbe Nashville public which will be added to month ly by all the new sty les and patterns as they are brought out. (seplt. WRAFriNUS-FOK FAL.L. AND WINTER. WE will open on MOM DAY. 21th inst, the largest stock of CLOAKS. MANTILLAS. Ac. Ac. Ac. Ever Offered in thin City. All persons nantirea nice article in this way wonld do well to eiveus a calL as our Stock embraces every thing new, ranging In prices from i3 to .0J. R. a McNAlKY A C.-. tep2i tf. JUST RECEIVED FitOH CINCINNATI. A LOT OF NEW ALK. a fine artide. Also. 50 box es ot Western Reserve CHEESE, frrsh. J.G.4C, ROBERTSON, ep27 tf Broadway. TO CONIRACTOHS. PROPOSALS will be received at my office, in Tazewell, Claiborne conn l r, Tenn., nntit the Soth day of Aug ust, for tbe Masonrr of two Bndrrg fover Clinch and HuL ston Rivers.) lor the Cincinnati, Cumberland and Charles ton llallroaj. The above Bridces are hieh. Cone 5S feet the other So ft 1 and very long. Tbe work must be commenced immedi ately after day of letting, so asto "put in" the foundation dunnz the low water of the Fall months. 1 will also receive proposals until the lSih Jar of Ocin. her. for the Graduation and Masonry cf that turt of the above mentioced Road, lying between Bean s Station, Grainuer county, and the town of Ne-port. Cccke o.untr. (30 miles.) Tbe above work; is heavy and wall worthy Uie attention of Contractors. Tbe terms of parment w.lt bd wbody Ca.h. K. L OWEN, juiyaa to uc9w Chief Jingineer. ltOOJIS TO LET. THE large Front ICoums over "Uieka' Cilia Hall" w!I ba titled up suitable for Itailro id or Iasnracce OtScd if taken for a term of years. It is believed lb it 00 an cxatninatiiinof these rooms their size, locality, conven leoce, accessibility, Ao, Ac, will be properly appreciated by all in wantiT auch offioes. Apply on ihejpremui to eplza lm A. II. 1IIUKS. IIOUS AND JIEEF CATlXb. TXTE want to buy heavy and thoronghly corn fatted VV PORK HOGS, delivered at onr Pork Hnore, from IhaiL.'Hh of Nfiremher toduf Januarr. Aa Lirt-i ami wll fatted BEEF CATTLE, dJive ei from the 15th of Oc tober to the 25th cf November, for which we will pay tbe highest market price in cash. Ourexlensireeitablishment isnaw beinir thoromrhlv re. paired and will be ready fur business. We will pick Ilrgi and Cattle on commission, and ne feel assured, frum our lorr experinnce in the business, that we shall be able to render general satisfaction to all who may pntrooiiie o. -1hoewliu wish to hare Hogs or Cattle paued wit please oil early. We can be fbandatall timea at our office, No 23, Sontb Front S.reet, hvllIe. mptlH J. DQYLE A CO. Fall & Ciiniiingham. DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE it! Gkms.u tlery, Hardware, cvo, a, av. Ko. 47, North kii PuUie Siuart,NakeilU, Tennatet. ARE OW IN RECEIPT OF THEIR STOCK iOR THE FALL TRADE, and would invi'e lheinicuiar attention of Mercnmts risitirg 5 ash villa to their assort ment, believing that their STOCK embraces as great rjri efy, and tbe goods are offered at prices as reasonable ea can oe toura in any maritt in trie Union, when cvsia of purchasing and transportation are taken into ccnsidemii. n. w Ti. A u..; .: ... .: . .. .1. i..r. . t. bnineKS, and in addition being dinct Importers of all ENGLISH AND GF.RMAN HAKDWaEK. thev are n- iitci uun uciuiv wen cuuie wieuiiiju iu me mmfHiif - . . .... . . . abled to oiler facilities to the Retail Dealer equal to aay house in any market, they will take pleasure at all 1'n.ea in showing through their estab!iahmr.t all who will favor them with a call. fgTFeathers received at tbe highest market price. Nashville, Sep. 1. 135. twAw -larniTE's t'OUtHTEKr'ISl 1 DlcTOR VV for. September just received by Kpt3 r. iuuaiI a cm;., Jiariei s-.