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MO 0 YJJ'l T T A ! Wf.--- i. .- i- - l - .... i ii - - ft .a UNION AND' "AMERICAN Hit W W T 7 helswiii ukukH rlJtlIlinUtr"l'numlu con, Mil A -' ... ,,i ut kiHi Ao((fuucntAMautc valepUBaan)lj,ftiiai, ' t5uwjV"fJ.l, vnk tWMreif ai urf; nJ rKissl Lavru, n an ajlT.r t i ii ' ift . 1 . 'i Yv PALMER, the, American Newr-paj-er Agent, is Bn'..jJUv Yi, and Itttltul-lli;t. and isduly empowered tttidcaAdreraseQitfitL,- t tsbscrjtions-at tiie tales re- 'iumjl ". llia.m'v'p1 will I tgirdi--l osrsnmenis, llMUlSat ars-E()STu .,wi'( Building, NEW 'XVKK. TOM liUiWlDga;T,llL.VD.l.niIA,.iN niDA"X0UNlXG,o6tTOHEll ID, 1 If-35. TVe.&avo been compelled, for vrant of space, to dtfer tiie publication of Hio '.Mtrrifcrial of tie C8mbtof Commerce to the Legislature of Ten-nwrt-e.'in'rcgcrd.to otir pyscbt "revenue lawp, un jil fd-'inorrow. It has been prepared with much care,'and wewouil direct the attention of the xnembfer? pi that brd to some' of its.suggestions. -ZS$?" Tbo Oirous was iri ull blaj.t last night, with a crowded canvasa. -Tho performance is re filly.'gbod, aq& the whole 'arrangement is worth teeing. There "'will be an ifigatbtinng to night of all thuxtra qnr-rtera in circulation. Go every one and enjoy tTie -sport. 1 - - jrT The HuniBviJle Advocate say?, the Railroad Wlpatftj, jekites the earn pfi our people daily the track liyersare withinUwo mill's of town, and ex pecjitojtah Jlhe Hunt?vil!o Depot by Saturday Qp.thCjUnper cpd, lu this dijection, ihe iron is laid as far as Larkinsvillcl and'gtfcd ' Jirogrefs is made daily.' " Tiieaieic 'fliere vras another good house at (he AsJoJjuTJm night, to witness the personation of CltnmmtAtA Widelwa1 by Mr: Jamison. lie is baoiiti S'ravC-oi-d LouEes wherever he goes, for siiclj morit as Ihj possess cnunot be cither hid or uhrevarl(id. i Oar ciUzcns.display- much tasto in gingtow hi. Mue Kajsitihns iiitp'rovoJ 'muck since she has lieen here. Her personajion .ofCabinthe on Wcd ii8lay qight wa3 usoello'nL Remember her bene fit Saturday n'ght ,v ' ' . , ' Trie ftepfttgentleinen were, elected of fiJfijLilr'tfio Grand Division of the Sons of Tern jHfiunc of tbe laliB pf .Tennessee: . , AiThs J. Sneed,.G.' W.' P. of 'Alexandria. Annon N'-Jon. ,Y. A. of Nashville. ;Vjii)J)E'inffJG.'Guip. " - flItigh'-OArrfrll, G S.Tibe, ' .. " Iu- Paul, G. Treas. . . " P: V1 Carter, G. Cor. Smith, couniy. Allison It LertsoD, G. Sent Williamson county. J3SfT 1ohpiiK .D PonTf.MOUTii The Rich mond BitfitA of Monday says : We have receiv ed'two.ol the Norfolk New?, the first paprr issued in flint city, "sluce the eqiiidemic. The Farmers' Bank is again opn for the transaction" of business. cv&ral oittsensarc imiv cngagfd in each Ward, taking ccrmi, hy which mean?, the names of all wM havd T-;1, will bo asertained and published. About!) o'el'ick on Thursday niht, an attempt v,'agimul to hif ii j the. Howard Hospital, which cnuie near beiiif: succeeful, as fiie was applied to two plcs iu the budding. It was discovered, "iiowovsMTt aw ax(LBf:uisfaed in time to prevent raa terHniSijAe;. Ffad the itceudiary succeeded, a lrgeiKtbet;o.buildingi in the vicinity must have bear tmyed. Friday, in Norfolk, was clear and very colnvith frWrftng brefze from the Northwest Tiie Howard Association have advertised the fact, thfit aH nurses nwler pay, are discharged after Octiw 1, anl notified them to call for Uieir wa ges. 'Jlorts o business ii rcrivjng, and we see in llf NeF.tlw announcement of the opening of tl "City Eating Houfc,'' and the customary no 4ICC of ''Lmioh.'SS HO'ial hi 11 o'clock:" JSfey Wi liavu btd it in our intention for several "wefesfKtst to biiBg info favorable notice and to le- caiilmciifl Mr. 11. if. A.Kinorb, as an ArcliitecUl! 31r. A. is now raimbflred among our eilizr n, anJ'l we regard his cciuiug to JCasvilie as au- event of sonio iini"jriailce to tfeo 'improvement of the taste . Of ourxily. The advantages which he has enjoy ed Hi bis trinij? as-a'n ardiitest are in them -elves a suffiLieut g rantea that he ii mure than a novice ia his prjfejsiou. To have been brought up under the iinuartl Pagin ia th.it best.s d of aroliiu c lureWAereuoli m.ds as York, Lincoln and Wet mioslercaa bi aa;u -ate ly .studied, is cei tainly one of th higlest rt ooinmendations to ?ny architect vvTio is in Jove widi his pio.'essiou. Tne requisite tasto aBdskiH whtclr Air. Akef.oyd dffplgy3 jn speeiui -us of wo. 1: which we have seen shows that lio has appreciate! nd made good uso of the ad vantaged iai os4 eiijojed: Tiie artis ic cxe cution of hf3 drav5n9 m'tho Srechiu:c's Fa r, although drawn wit'uuui tbo nliglrtest reference to the same, . give us an earnest .of his 'poster and we hope 'ere long to bee to n Viord a triumph for him in the many rivte rcmcntes wLxh arc about to be bsiK ifeanreantiiaj sutMirb. Toour citizeos gen orally wo"woclil tain cslly xtiswnmend him as one vho,$(ihpii&cufy aW' orlistkafiy, is fully con versant with, ftib beauties of each and every style, in short,, owe who is an Ai.cniTicT " 1UVEB xuws. KrportBi) bj H. II, Uartlon. Fkibav, Oat.J8-5;r. m. The river continues to receds mow-o J latgutli Skoals, 30 iiche?. The weatierisdaiightfuMypleasnutjacoutiiiuacce , ibr satnc wjll dib:lqf3 produce a loiv ttige of I water. The arrival ofstearhers of late has become some- vikaX iuleartato,w"Mng id the heavy f5gi'whiuhmake tiieir Jjiyince a; an irly hour iu tiie night, and Ixaag oanfilil ik sun's rays of the miming become sufficiently strong to disperse them. Expected, the fJmpire, dai'y, which is the only ste--uie? ?n6lr"1l CiuoiuBttti, lo this port. Tiie JlontiC2ud 7btMi, (IietJuinbirrland river jmckets tbat jilj rtnlarly (rjin this port to Poducab, aic TiitfefttlW'Waicils rather an impediment I to the Hewilo5Kfcmeis.. . Tue Dr. Kob ert.n, a liae'iitdrti-jglit stauai, is, hoA-ever.in i p rt proparatry to iakt tbe AIemyhisoonti ection csifan. . ' ' I A rrivl w to fie 5r hf thiarfport, none. -'.JijpMUd; ta aer 8hy1 BSr,-for 'Padue.h. "i-i.4tie?s at the Lan Mug ostrcm'ely 'dull.' !i3d nrcr at Alexin I: la, on tha in-t , was in jrood 1BRt.' ordrt", rit.i tierce atid, a half at S.ieg gy PuinL- KnRONfcEi JuTOsr -r-Tho b.'.Jtjn:s Steamboat aspueuNEB (comMy fwblistieiJ a Tt-p-vt' in rppard fo ' i.a.-!CT8 IB toai v"lt WW Kuuiiiini met" ? a ffrait dioMiMMaB ni .iiuimes m cvmraied wtih itrnanaves: nM -rti, tficrt' Ijiid Bot Lean a Vhf I inetorf rowid there hftve l)d tncHiiKiip, "The L'finr f-'Vuf-- U hiAprri, scald. sev eral i'M)Bs and io- oil wijvm ra ol l,o ii-. I-1- i j CxpJoatftl a Wr woiirrs hi ino y&u .iivvt tui wr it -wsf o tin- pwt, kmn HSU wumlmtORnriy cveiy beay on tbowot. SWk. L us iuapeetur. mty Ihut incSinV t:i L xinetnjn r dMtrlui. And 1 ft Oho iov. s; iu' Ii mi to tb IntHKOpKfir.'. lMhala? ttioav, he,pHHtJjr-- ti?Al-iO brtf?, toil Zttaaid hwWt kMif Mh1 awl -i fun,v $gauKii-aaMMvf bmiiida as VJ.tre of lieif, rb7 hota.; wl. tjTKAiiu jai Cass Ksxai -id.. c I'wra that the sate d-cuia oi 'ir'k', in the Oiwncery 0urt is Ui - w of V-.dt;r?pocl . tiie KtBBier Cry ' tal I'uhet, haJ l?eu rsvwsod in t-'ie Supreme Court. Ynd4.-K.iI wa x p '..-.'veger on the Crystal P.slacO fio 3- L,'t-, ojrmgthe trip hedged thit Ins ' trai-k, i.. iu 4 rrft-a; Ih1 beo broltea epan and awi -y K' ill; AU-oiiit-it tvml ( hundred tiollars stole.' t scTi-wom. rM ' rbii' rx-al In Chancery and 1 ' n : i vef C" of da na '"nun th own 3TS of i Ti s lecisioa l!ie ;unins Court rever I- W. ii, i i r ; i II ONEV. -MARKET. The news from Uurope by the steamship Canadc is not calculated tolmprdve financial affairs on t!-.is side of tiie Atlantic. ThoBankof England and tho Rank of France are in a very difficult position. The sfrady drain upon them ibr. bullion has compelled hem to resort to very unusual .measures for the. preservation-of a suflicient supply of specie to re tain public confidence and prevent a monetary pan ic Tho returns of the Bank of England, for tho week endiDg Sept. 22, show a further decrease of upwaidiof two millions of dollars, and the Rankof France bad for some days previous to the last date been in the maiket purchasing bullion at a high cost,. so as to enable it to make favorable report at ihVregular appointed time. All this look3omin-ou-und is fraug..t with scrioU3 forebodings A further increase in the rale of interest by the Bank ot Eoglaid. is beyond a question, and theB.uik of France v( ill of course be compelled to follow suit. The object of all this ia to guard against extrava gantspeeulatious in breadotmTs or other articles' of necessity or commerce, and to protect the commer cial classes as much as possible from the evils of a contraction which must, if the war contiuues, be equal in severity to anything ver liefore experi enced. The managers of tht) two great bankmic establisi ments of EuropeJmew very well that an extensivts.and protracted war must lead to r suitsi such as the present genera tku of business meu never realized, nud that preparations for the emer gency must not tie put oil too long. A graauai and steady increase In the rate of interest will lead to a gradual and steady contraction in commercial transactions, and public safety rests onlr in the firm adherence to such a course. On this' side oT the Atlantic, this policy on the part of the Euro pean banking institutions cannot be without its ef fect, and all exprience proves that it cannot bo otherwise than similar. We may argue tbat.cur vast supplies ot brtadstnfTi, and the markets exist ing In Europe for every bushel of our surplus, at hiifh Drices. places us jn a position too strong to oe affected or injured by the embsrra-saieut of Euro pean nations; nut sucn arguments are lanacies, ana arc calculated to weaken us by ever much confi dence in our financial resources. It would be well to lock the facts full in the face and not deceive ourselves by placiDg our hopes upon false promisis. It is true enough that our supplies of breadstuff are all that could be desired; that a de mand exists abroad, at high prices, for all our sur plus, but tho fact that such high prices are caused entirely by scarcity in foreign crops is sufficient to convince those who perfectly understand the rela tions of commercial nations, that where we gam in one point we lose in several others. A nation com pelled to import food cannot aflbrd to import arti cles considered in the light of luxuries. Dear food enforces economy in'everyjother.espsndit r;anda? our great staple, cotton, is manufactured to a very great extent into articles ot luxury, the consump tion, to a great extent, will be restricted. Under the embariassments which an expensive war and partial famine are cilculated to produce in England and France, the two principal customers for our cotton, it is not impossible but that prices for that staple may sink low enough to entirely neutralize the encnauced value or our oreausiuuj. The true value of an abundantcrop of brcadstuffs in any country is to secure to the people a full sup- pl V at low prices. Cheap food 13 conducive to gen eral prosperity, and gives great impetus to indus try; consequently dear loou produces a reverse. It is 11 question whether we have secured the bless ings ot low prices, by the abundance of our crops. An extensive export demand lnnuences more or le.-s the value of the supplies retained for domestic consumption, and prices in our mat kets arc likely, to rule as high m the face of most prolific harvests, as last year, when there were abort supplies of eve rything. The consuming classes at home are there fore no better on man tney were wnen wo crops were considerably smaller. A foreign demand lor a fi actional part ot our supplies raises the value of the whole, aud we have nothing in tins foreign de mand compensating our own consuming classes lor thu high prices thev have to pay: A foreign deoiaitd lor breadstuff is only favorable and desira ble to a gieit commercral nation, as long as it is conGned to bmit3 which do not interfere with or obHrujt the natural course of trade. When it goes beyond thnt point it is a greater it-jury than benefit to the country at large, exporting as well as importing A'eio York Herald. The Minie Uifle. The veritable Minic Rifle it self, made in the government shops of England, and fucIi a aie used by the British and French armies in the Crimea, can be seen at the store of Messrs. Fall & Ccssikcuam, ila'ei'sm guns, on the North side of the Public Square. With this gun the Eng lish soldier Ins killed his man at the distance of 900 yards, when fired from the rifle pits before Scbaslo- pol. Besides the regular rifle, itcssrs. F. & C have a few of a smaller size, made to order, called the Minie Sporting ltifle, which will shoot with ac curacy for a very loag distance, and, we would sup pose is juu the gun lor deer, bear and buffalo. Call and see them. MARINE KEWS. nll.MlLtSTiN. Oct. 12. Arr'd. shin Richard Cobdcn, Ulact, Cardiff. Wules. brif; Emma Egor, rioubiates, Balti more, fcclir. ft- U. Janes, lowntenu, new lorK.-suip u- teree, llaiusner, Liverpool. Cleared, Span, brig Neptune, e'ont, Barcrloua.bnK Clenieat, Jonas, Baltimore. bay Ann All, ucl. 11. Arr. snip v;rusaaer, raton, ios- ton bart Kicliu.ond. iliiclitll. hovr ork. Cld. f chooner llaria l'ike. WbiUker, New York; (car. Chas. S. I'eisley, lli.ll nan. w ilmington. Del TUE OCEAN STEV3IEIti. Suilius Days to nud from the United States ATIANTI CAm.) hirerp-wl, Oct. 6, lor. . ., HKUMANN, (Aiu.; South'tou, Oct. 10, for. . .Vew York . New York . . . . . Boston . New York .New Y'ork .New Y'ork Boston .New Y'ork ..Liverpool Havre AtKICA, (.Ur-l Ijiveqxxii, uct. m, ior.... AKIEIj, (Am) Havre, Oct. 18, for I5AI.T10, (Am.) J.iverp-Hd, Oa.20, fur AltAUU, Aui.) llaTie. uci. X4, ior AMA, Lireruml, Oct. 27, for Noitl'ii STAR, (Am.) Havre, Nov. S, Tor..., e KOMiTHE UN ITEU Sl ATKii IUm'SIT, (Am ) New York, Oct. 17, for UNION, (Am.) Aew orK. uct SU, lor CANADA.. Br ) New York, Oct 24, tor Liverpool Liverpool . . Bremen ....Havre Liverpool Liverpool . . . Uavre Liverpool ATLANTIC, (Anu)Ne Yoik, Oct. 31, lor.. liERM ANN, 1 A.n.) New York, Nov. 8, for ... AKl'iU (Ain ) New York. Nov. 8,fcr AFRICA. 1 lir.i Boston. Nov. 7, for BALTIC. (Am.) New York, Nov. 14, tor..... ARA(JO,(Am ) New York, Nov 17, for Aril A, (Ur ) Boston, .ov. -ii, lor I'HESU l'Abli ANI MINTEIt (SL- CSCS) DS S at -I. & B. DOUGLAS & GO , NO. 31 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, XENN. WE are now oj-ening und arranging for the Trade, an exienMve and beautiful Stock of Foreign and 0mstic Dry Goody, Hats, Cnps, Uonuets, Jtoot-, liroxiiuv, .shoes, 4c, Ac. The svrtineot is entirclv complete aodevery way suit ed to the trade ot this section. We are anxious to place this stock in 'tie bauds of responsible buyers on the moat hb-r.il terms. We control a Iarro lot of Nejrro Clothing, Osnabure (Kiiil:ib!t for Sacks,) and several buudred bales of Uiinny Iwk5. ''"CU can oe mid at low juices lor can. aiigi-2m - nwAo II. 4 H. OOUlSI.AS A CO. 39 prdi: P BMAVU WilOI.ESALE AND UETA1I. DEAI.EU IN Fashionable and Ready Made Clothing, No. 1 1, l'ublie Square, Nnhvillc,Teiin. T ll.VVK just opened mv t ALL blOUK, which is per 1 baiH. lhe most 1IKAUT1KUL and VAKIM) fcVKB INTlUiDllCKU JN THIS CITY. I purchase from none but the lirst nd most appioved Alauntaclurera in Aew Yolk City, nud can :afelv warrant erery article sold by ma. 1 liuve m ftore I-OOK THOUSAND DOLLARS' V.-ORTH OV CHILOBKNS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTU ISO, 11 ide up iu the very bst fctvles. Children ht with out diiliculty, whether present or not. sp.'. mm. jajitj iav i.-i. FALL, 185.-.. T. & W. KAKii & CO. IXl'ftBTEKS St WHOLESALE DEALJOIS III ;ilivilli', 'i'l-im. f"5TOCLD n.m .11 ih.- ui.culiou of .Herchilllts to 1'At.Ii AM) '.UVTKU COOHS .lni.t op- nw 'lliev j;ive uvf-iin.iK-f (hat the preiwul Slock will b! t'Uiul lo,le uie lii'tsi ctunpieie rvcr u.-rra in hub place, and u bi com jMB-ed of a splendid s.iiiinpiitol l,as tlies" Dress CihhIs, Mantles, An., ti;rllier inlli .1 liear biik 01 Staple (iuiiil-anil licmly .tliidi; 1 totbin, all of v 1 1 1 c 1 hus Ik e 1 purchased 1 t-uch icrm us mil en able them 10 -oil j prices that will competo w lib gfols piirphxed in -aiy mai ket. Casli biiyfcrs or pmtni.t unit' dialers v,i'.i tuni'n to tlieir interest to vximiDe their slock, septl tt. . FiEiLSIai'2 Advance in Powder. FKOMandi.f'er this dale, owing to the lis ivy rise in th- prion (.1 Kaltnticr, 1 shall tell Powder at the fol lowing pne s: DuponiV !i Be Ponder per keg J7 60 Tcnn. U'as 11 g " ' keg ft 50 The u.iiial !is-oiint on lare j'ianiities. A lull "-unity oi the bve, ud ..f Sat'ety Fuse of the best quality alnuys ou baud. WALT hit SCOTT. Ag't septsa for the Company. Ii AM S WAR ISAIVTS I TH (UU ACItliS OM.AK1) Y Altlt A.vrs rJl,l7UU WAS ! ED, ior which we will pay the Inches n-arlet pr.ee iu Coah, at our Banking Hsusc, No, e uoi ere -lett. aug .0 tf JOHN D. JA11KS & CO, SUNDRIES.. All Should Try It DR. J. HOSTETTEE'S 1 CELEBRATKO STOJ1ACU BITTEKS. AKK YOU DYSFEPTIU T Then take these celebrated Bitters. AKK YOU UILLIOTJS? Try one buttle of these Bitters and be relieved at once, i ARE YOU ANNOYED JtY INDIGESTION ? j HemoTe the caii.e by the free uteoflhese Bitters. ' The celebrity that this excelleatpreparation bas caineit z.. l. . 1 . t r -. . . : V 1.. 17 r "in. . i . tii ' . : .in; laofc lew jtaia ucjuuu uenn. ilia ucai rutiuau in the United Ktutcs endorse it and recommend it tn their, yj'tlentsinnircasesof Dyfpeiia, Indipestfon, and lirtsitfof Appetite. It is asea by nearly every tatnily in the Union unu none Fiiomu uc wuutmi . For Sale by II O. SCOVEU O. W. IIENDKRSHOT, lSEURY & OEMOV1LLC, - - JO. O. BROAVN, . , . i - UARUERT & KOSC02, , A. C. OARTER, ' ' And by Uniffgists and Hotels generally. '' N. ii. See directions on Bottle. bcptIG divrly. TEMiVJESSEE MARINE Pire lasiarsnce Gonipany $ 250,000! OFFICE" Norlli.West Corner of the Public Square, over Dyer Peiri's Eichanpe Office, They' will take risks on Dwellings and other Houie?, Goods in Slore against Loss or Uamsge by Fire. Also, Marine and Itiver uazaras, iioai autl tu u:l ports. ALSO ' Negroes ngnlnst the tin liters of the River." DIRECTORS. JOHN M. HILL, JOSKPII VAULX, JAMES COKKhY, TIlOMlVON ANKKSON, ' a. M. FOCO, K A. OWEN, ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS, K. U. OAUDNEB, N. K. ALLOWAY", W. S. EAKIN. . JOSEPH VAULX, PresidenL A. W. Bcthc, Secretary. bIiw oct3 If. NASHVILLE COiUMEir.CIAJL. E CAPITAL. $100,000. (ALL PAID IN AND SECURED."! rpUIS COMPANY' being fully organued. according lo X Charter, ia prepared to writ Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY r I KE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise generally. Also, on ahipmtnU against loss ordamageby Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation on we iroai larorame lernis. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates.'' Orncs- No.Sfi, corner of Square and Cedar.street. D1KECT0U8. ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY, ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JAMES WOODS, JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN U. EWIN. HENRY HART, Jk., R, C. McNAIKY', TUOS. W. EVANS, HUail JIcCREa! WESLEY GREENFIELD- ALEXANDER FALL, President Jakes Walksh, Secretary. Nashville, April SO. d w o THE UNITED FIREMEN'S Insurance Company of Nash. ville. Capita! $ 100,000, Chartered by the State. This Comnanyia now in success- 5We iui uciai.iuu, uuu is prcpureu UJ take risks on Bnildicgs. Goods. aud Wares and Merchandize, arainst. J.O.SS OU DAMAGE JtY FIItE. Also, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen erally, against the Scas, Rivkiu, and Inland TiuxsrokTji iio.v, upon as favorablo terms as any Office in the City. Office No. 25, on College street, opposite the Sewaneo House. W. R -MATTHEWS, President. Joun S. D (Suikll, Secretary. nlyl,55 THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INS ...ANCS COilPAHY OF NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. OFFI ins KICK over Sheanard 4 Co's. Excha Office, will nsure on tnd MUTUAL PRINCIPLE. Houses. Merchandize, Ac, Ac, Ac, against Ixis or Damage bv r ire; hteamboats on any of the estern waters azainst the Hazards of Inlaud Navigation andthe Caioes of Vesselsol every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. Also, the Lives of persons in guod health, for a single year, lor a terra of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans mitted per maiL Ail persons having their lives or property Insured in this Institution, are entitled to a full participation ia all the prof its, without any liability to loss beyond 'the amount of .Pre miums which they may pay. ai. a. I'lLCiifcit, President, . J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President ' t C. J. V. Wsrtos. Secretary. f janl TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COK PANY. CAPITAL $150,000. OFFICE OVER DYER PEARL & O'S EXCHANGE OFl'ICE. Thev will makeinsurance on Houses and Goodsofeverv de scription against tire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire and theristof theriverron the Canroof Keel Coats and other river crafts, aud on sea vessel and other cargoes, on the usual terms. J0ll 31. 111LU 1'resident. Joskpu Vaulx, Secretary. DiiiKCTons. Alex Allison, John 31 Hill. HFessr.G M Fo,rg, James Correy, Jno M Bass, Joseph Woods, Robert II tiarduer, Matthew Watson, J J White, Jacob McGav ock. janl TO 'MIZ PUIJLIC. lie not deceived, O ye or little faith', ARTICLE 1. SECTION 1- I do assert that the Spectacles sold by me as the 0ncae Convex Glaes, are the same article ai those known in tins city ss ilie Brazillian 1'cubie; and fir the benefit cl those intetested, I am m illirg to Lack'-rrty as sertion with O.NE HUNDRED DOLIIb. Sec. 2. Plea.se nonce the difference in ririces. Tlis arti cle for bich j-onhave paid titleen dollars, twill toll (ur ten; those lor which you have paid lire dullars l.wlll sell for three; in all cases "warranting mine to" be the same rjoal" ity of glasses, the quility of metal equal and v.-orkmuiisiiip superior. Sec. S. Please notice that 1 sell 'or cash. a rnVtuices justify. J. FLOWE octia ti 41 union Ft. UKAO ANI Uii WISH anceof the Human Family, tbat I, J. huiwm.M. No. 41, Union street, have just jeceired a lull attcrtment ot Spectacles, known to cpticians as the ".-oncave convex Ulasses. lienor Known in ins communitv in Bras'.liaii Pebbles, midi frr-ra Brazilian Sand. Which 1 am willing ui.el I M rsis.u..ble prices aatullews: Go'd Frame, slide Tea-pies $12 to " " Single - Ladies... lo "0 Coin Fine Silver Fiamc3, Slidp Templts. . S t " " " " Single " f.o As to selecting Sdcc.ucIos. I uroftsstoknow ail i.l.ciit iL liaviog paid ar lcular alteutiuii ti tluit branch of the busi ness ior twenty jears. J. FLOWERS, octlO u an. 41, union strict, ss!irille, Tenn WHOLESALE DEALER AKK KAXuTACIUEEB OJ Gcntlciucu's Clothing, No, 71. Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTRY MEKCIIAKTS. TIT Yr Stock of Oentlemen's Iteadj Made Clothing for the lVl Fall aud Winter Tiade is nowcompleo. embracing every variety of style aud labnc to be fouud in the Eastern: Markets. My business being strictly and exclusively confined to the Manufacture and sale of Clotlims, enables ine lo tiller greater inducements than nny other house in the city', and should alone be sufficient pii'irai.tce to all who purchase Heady Made Clothing, tu.it uiey cm supply tueiui-elves with a much larger variety of stiles and assortment of sizes, at a less price, by making ibeir purchotes direct lrom the Manufacturer. Roots tl K H. BllOCKVVAY. JIKMOVAL. TIIUItSTON A BEUNaRD have removed to-No. 1 Public Square, next door to Calhoun's, where thy ill be happy to show their tnstomers a lirst rate stock of Diy Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and B:ue Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Casuneies; Vcstings, Gloves, Hosiery, Ciavats, llaudkerchiofs, .tc, Ac. I THURSTON A: II1MINAKD, No. 1G Public Square, (Next door 10 Calhonn's.) WE now have on hand a beautiful stock of French and Engl:sh Mcrim s, Plain 1'latd and Ambie shaded all wool DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmere, Man-, ches'er DeLaines, I'lald, Ited, Yellow and bite Flannels, all qualities. Also, a comp.cte stouk ot Staple GmnN, Servant Goods of ull minds, to nbicb we invite the atten tion ot all UaSH buyers, as we can-give good barium's, sept 23 tf J.ATKVI' STY l.l!S FANCY HOODS. . w E HAVE RECEIVED AN A.SORTMENT OF KEH' STYMiS. FANCY FRENCH CA.-S1.MURES, FANCY PLUSH VELVhT, AND RICH SILK VESTLNGS, FOR FALL AND WINTKIt YVFAK, which we are prepared to make up to order in tho latest STYLES. The inspection of our cnsmmers and the pnbiic is soli cited. CLIFTOV & ABllOtT, sopl If. No. 15. Cedarstrejt ITcgTo Clolhin fB MORGAN A- CO., 9 PUBLIC SQUARE, N O KEEP constantly for ale a large .slock and great va riety or N EG l tO CLOTHING, consisting ol BLAN hfcTS, JEANS, LINSEY', htavy WiK.len hixtp, all the heuviest and best u.aVes of Osnaburgs, Piaid Stripes, Ac., togt-lhcr with a great variety of Goods' suitable l'ur fljur and grain sacks, as well as cotton picker's bigs. pet 7 ly. JOHN BKOWM, .TIKliCHANT TAtLOK, COSHER DEADERICE: STBEET AHD THE SQUARE, f n now suppliuU with u tupcrior suick ot Gnous, and JL ready to wait upln &:l who mav favor bun with a call. A rich assortment ol (JUN'riih.UKN'S FIJliNlSII 1NK (HOODS always on hand. M-p'7 tt. IN STORE. 12o boxes low pneed Vugima Tobac co ; ... 20 boxes celebrated Pan CaieTolas-M; 50 boxes Pr.de ol Virginia Tobatco; 2') boxes Palmetto Twist Tobacco. For Bale by sept23 SEYMOUR, FANNING & CO. TIIE VERY LATEST NEWs i . KEOIlVED nr - tr I ,MNET1G TELEGIIARII . ' UP "TO "" " '"THE HOTTR OP PUBLICATION. New York, Oct. 18. Tne steamer Atlantic ha: arrived,- Cotton has declined one-sighthj' saltd for tha week 4ff-000; salea F.iday G.000 bales; jmport4 since Ice departure ot tne last stesmer 20,000 biles: fitockon hand 517,000 bales. Fionr nd whent ac tive. Corn firm. Consols quiet at 871 Ifoneir monrm demand a advanced rates. The Bank Laa advnnceJ interfct to oh per cent. The French cavalry deleated tr.c Russian cava!ry t.- -n:i. -r ii.i... ' i -, M mar xjupaiuria. o;iiijr m iuc laiierwere Killed. The allies have placed 120 mortars at North & bastopol, but Gortschakofl' telegraphs that tliey.had, not undertaken any' movement up to the third In3t j ' They made an ineffectual flank movement on the' Una, acu then retired. New Yonir, Oct 17. Court of Claims opened ct Washington to-day, at noon, 11 Attorneys were; admitted. Attendance large. It is reported that Air. Mason, Consul to San; Juan will be dismissed for recognizing Col. Kin ney's Government The Protestant Episcopal board of Missions as sembled this afternoon. Th3 year's receipts is$7I, 480, expenditures $79,220. The prospects for the ooetety is very good. The Americans he'd a city and county ratiOca. tion meeting in, the Park (o-day. Crowd estima' ted at 20,000 present Great enthusiasm. w Additional buiht Atlantic New Yonic, Oct. 18. Sale3 of Cotton, Saturday 7,000; bales N. 0. Fair C, Upland Fair (-Market very much unsottled ; Flour unsettled; vVheat un changed ; Stock of Lird small at 0GaC7. Mancher- ter sympathizes with Liverpool Cotton market, and is dull. Bullion bas decreased one hundred thousand. The Bank of France has also advanced the rate of interest to 5 per cent An old established London House has failed. The revenue returns of the United Kingdom, for the year has increased eight and a half millions. Caused chiefly bv the additional income of tax. The fleet lelt Sebastcpol, suj pesed for Cde sa or Aiaiaccn. There are indications of a vigorous campaign in the open field. Advices from Moscow report 100,000 men added tc the military force of the Empire. Six English vessels bombarded Dumamunde sev eral hours. Memphis, Oct 17. The Yellow Fever last wrek up to Sunday was bad. Yesterday and 'to day it is abating, with favorable indications of a termina tion of the epidemic. Nlw Yohk, Oct. 18. Per Atlantic The name of tho London failure mentioned in the first des patch is Delisle, Jamvein fc Delisje, Bankers. Their liabilities amouut to 400,0li0 pounds. The Alh'ej have established batteries at forts Nicholas and Quarantine, and are preparing fo re move obstructions from the harbor at Sebastonol, They will also bombard the Northern wotks. lhe Czar says that the people will shed the last drop of their blood to maintain the integrity of the Empire, and that he will sscrafice the last man ra'h" er than yield. it is reported that the Allies demand indeinnityr lor the expenses of tho war. either bv the cession of the Crimea ,or the union of Bessarabia to tho Danubian Provinces. It is reported thatXord RedcliQe will be recalled. Prussia has made no formal attempt at m-diatiou The London Time3 insinuates that Simpson has b.jcn recalled. , Omar Pasha is concentratinc 50,000 Asiatics on the frontier. A St Petersburg letter savs that a ccurcil was held, the Emperor being present, at which it. was determiLcd to carry on tho war with the greatest determination. The Emperor I as directed Ne3V Irodt4 to annouci e this to the political agents of R isa iu loreigu ecuntties. Goitschakcfl'is to be appointed Minister cf War. Geti. MouraviefT will assume the command of the army in the Crimea, which will'be defended to the lait extremity. ixinisvau:, (Jet 18 Kivcr falling, ah feet in the canal Cincinnati O.t. 18 Flour, sales at 7 50: Mess Poiksold at 20 00. Wh'iskv Head v. and in uood di-roand at 331-334; Suear quiet, "Fair and Gocd laiji-iiioiasaea so.u ai 4u;i.one3 urm, ito rc. 1 irr-iiDRo. Ost 18 liiv r 5 feel 2 inches in ihe diaiinel, nd lallintr , . Nsw Yohk: Oct. 18': Stock market licavv. Stcrli'ig ojtcha'nee iiiactive. Flour, prices ad vanced, choice State 8 GO," good Oli'm S C2, South ern 9 87; Wheat market droomrtr! 1QS fwr Seutli- trn red; Corn market quiet; market for Purk.casier, u: Jjird dull. Ci.vcixNATr, Oet 15. H'ir.K The extensive fac tory of Ilinkle, Guilrt tfc 0. , manufacturers cf por table cottages, sash,.&c, was destroyed .by fire yes terday morning. Ibeir lss i? climated at over yiOJ-OOU. 'The fourth story was occupied byS J. Jo.'m, lurniture dea'er, wh( se lofs is 20,000 The row oi.lrame bitiidmgs opposite, ami-several btnld- lnrstifar, were also destrowP lotal Jois near 100,000. No insurance. Ilinkle, Guild X Co., will, we leairi, rtbuiid im mediately ,.and m an'while their business will suffer no intcriuption. Baltuiohk, Oct. , 13. The boat from Norfolk brink's intelligence th'it the fever lm nearly dirsn- peaied, the cases occurring te;ug very few, and on ly among the returned re'ugi'S. CnAiti-Er-T-iN Maiiket. Tuesday Oct 10, 1 r. m. Cottou The market is sick, -and prices are Wtfak. .Sales to day COO bales at 8 J to 9 J. - DANCING. G00DWIV respectfully informs the Ladies and X?X Gentlemen of Naihvillc, that hia second session will commem-e ou SATUitllAV, OCt'OUbil, 20m. at 3 o'clock. 41., at luaruoms over Utech's Ury -Goods Sloie, on Col lege strevt. ZT .He will f s'ablish a class on MONDAY, OCTOBER 2d, for gentlemen - eiprely for Paucy Pancirg Z-W ilr Goedvrinii i;i:,tr.n 1 1 1 i Wl 11 in MA I.L will take place at his K.-onis. oil FItlDAV JTVK- NING, OCTOHI-.R i-tfrn, Ui which he invited the attention cf parents and guardiacs. llturs ot attendance fjr gentleman from 7 till o'clock. Juvcm!ei the iiual hours octlS St. , WHO. WANTS A HOJ1K? ' - rpHE Fnlcriber i tiers for saloon liberal tetirn, FOUR JL COiil'OUTAi:i,:i I;KIDENCEj!, situated as fellows, viz: Onc'on Oolli-ge Hill, near the Marlet Ilocse, frontirg 45 teetou College-street. One ner tt.e k u h rsasliville Jlannuciunng estahiish- ment,i.nting S5 fi-cton Cherry Mreet m 'r. ... t i t i r. r....i ti:i ine near icu inuuj- viiuruu, lroaiiag .v itrei uu niu street Arl the other near the residence of W. N. llilbo, Esq., and fronting 100 leelou Ovc.-ion street. Any one vcif hintr to secure a neat and pleasant home. convenient to bmiues. and on good terms, would dun ell to make immediate application, as too properly must, ana will be sold. Apply very soon, lo W. K. JIOOKK, rctllwd wn 4S Public !-'ipiare. AiyWIMTjiATOIt'S NOl'IClJTT ALL tlutfC ind'h'H to the Kslate cr oha Hams, dec d., will please come' forwird-and make Tiavmeni, hurt those hiving claims ngainst s.iid.Khtlte will p-ecnt them as" rectuired by latr, i ttienvise they wil. le tared. ocllS-St Admini5rainri. to itAi i.uua: LO-iiiiAi;.oi.. SKAJ.EU proposils will be jwe.veil at the Engineer Otfiiie of the. Tepnestea and AUibama Haiiroid,- in Nashville, until 1 Iitirs.iay, NuYembu 1st, 1.V. ivr G it A It- JN'ii lhe extension qt (be road fromiU p'estat tonniiiii-ito lliyad hires', :i distance of one mile. Alv, for building the HAtiONKY AM) STREKT ltltlUtihiS. and turais.h ing the TRAGIC TIM BKR The pititiie and plans of tiie work cuii be seen, and any further information ohtamcJ, at the above ollice. A. ANl)Clt--ON, QCtl7-3tw. K. Kng V. A A K. ' V WliAl'lMMis- t'OJt AX iit. Wtl willoitn on JIO.VDAY 24th' inst, the largest fctork of CLOAKS; JdANTlLliAijV i-c, Ac , Ac . liver Offered in tbis City. All persons, wautmga nice article in this way would U well to given a call, as our Stock embraces every thing new. raacmg in prices" ftra$5uJ.0v. R-O. ilcNAlKV A Co. s ep '. 1 - .Oats. Wanted.' QQOQ Bushels ' of Gats- M anted, for .which ww.wiil pay CAbiL, KlrtKPATKlU .& NEV1N rcp22 llw ' W. HAMtBBd Tit OS. A. A1CUI- 1 .t. ,r K.-itrhnff- rrn. . Kv tMLTe- toriii- . v. . , ... .. . . . -. . - - . . -, ea a p.irlner. hip in, the practice of Medicine. Ollice, t. No. 7 tUierrrtrect.- ' -i- A T13AC1I Elt Aft 1 r.U.. WANTEl), a '1 cache r-ut.tlK Oakland Academy in Clark county. Arkansss. The i.p,mcaul lu.uv bo competent to teach. tli Languages ra audition tu u.e nu al a!ud its of au Academic, course. Said A caderey as ait it uied in ,a l.ealthyj rjohnd .populras. ur'ghboriiMd ii-o mllicient to suj j ort a good tchctll. tbrimgiioot ti c year. It is desirable ttiat the qhvl shonld commence on lbs 1st orjiutury, JSOC. Forlujtlierinlbinialion Midrrss ' , . DR. V". P. McCi URE, oc'2 Stdtw' Arkad-Jtmu, Aikv A.ei'i &- Cr, STORK '6. til CEDAR Sl'ULET," '-' ''UTASuYILLE: DIRECT IMPORTERS OJ TIIE REAL TTAVaN A Srgars, Virgin5 CI erini tnd h-ii'iking 'I a Viin. I t i di:co, rrtuciuranaies, wamaiK. j.uiii, xioiiuihi - NEW .'BOOKS.- - nrnuv. joiix cir.ujn.VG, j.i. of iIoni .. DON. . I. i TOON, NELSON A: CO.,' 4-1 Union St., f iianjiul received the lot. owii g Neve Win-ts. TirK,JJNi: - I Or, the Proximate signs of the c-we ol this Oiipensa tion. 15y Uar, Jihn (Juramirg, D 1). ; WIIATELY'S rUl UItfr-Sl-ATU.- A View of thn Scripture Keelations concerning a Fu tuieSUte. Ur Rjchard, WhaUdy, I). 1).. late Arcb ' bifchi'p of Dubua. . 1 Tilll JMIKJIOR; Or, a Delmeatiou of didjrentclass t.f.Chrutians. By ttev. J. H. Jeter, O. IKrt kiclirujad, Va. ! CLOUDS AN1 SUNSHINE .- . Id theJ-ile of a Vil lag Pastor. NEW SU1TX.X OF ; Hidden Patli. fiT tu AtmiOB or- "jlLose." TOON, NELSON As CO., bnve just roccived THE HIDDEN' TAT1I. By'Iarian Uarland, Author of "Alone." " Few productions of the same class at the present day are wnueu. wiin greater elegance oi uiviiou ur cuum u narrative. liichtiand jLtiomrtr. ALO.VK. By 4larun llarland, of Richmond, Virginia. 1'tti rdiuon. DOESTICKS. What He Says. By Q. K. Philander Doesticks. P. 11. TEMPEST AND SONSU1NE; Or, Life in Kentucky. Bv Slrr.JI.J. llolmes THE LKULSLAT1YK GUIDE. Containing all lhe Rules for coadttettmr basinesa m Conrress, JelTersoa JUnual, and Citirsus' Manual, with Cf pious Motes and margin il references, explaining uie ttnics and Aumonlr thei-etor; designed To r.conomiia i ime, and ecure uni fonojty in the proceedings of all Deliberative Bodies. octU JTEW'ST'dGirOF BOOTS SHOE'S, TRUXKS, YALTCES, AND TRAVELLING. JitlUS. J oh & No- 42, College Street . I All now' receiving a- LARGE and ' CARKFULLY seleeted STOCK of BOOTS AND SHOES for the Fall and Winter Trade, of the bet Philadelphia manufacture, for uauie, ami euuei'eu, jiitwes, uujs ana unuuren, and would call the attention of buyers to my Stoci'of Kip and Calf Boo's, Shoesand Brogans, lor country trade, A large supply of Negro Brcg iris and ilaX Boots 1 1 tra sizes T . 1 . 1 1 1 . , , t ' . 1, , rt .... Jlv stock is varied aud extensive, and will be aoW CHKAP for GASH. oc'15-tf. JOHN RASIAOE. SALE OF NEGKO WOMAN AND CHILD. Bi virtuocf a decrey of the, County Court, of llavid SonCcuntv. ren'dtrida't lhe October Term. 185. I will offer for sJe at the Court House, in .Nashville, on SATURDAY, October 27ih. 18"5. a nezro.woman. Darned Harriett, aged VG; ears, and an inlam child aged about z5 years, non a creou until January ut, isjb, except the Mim ot 50 to be taid caslu Said nezro woman u.nA child belong to the estate Uf.-.m'l A. Graves, dee'd. octlt Id. b 11 (JHK.VrilAM, C. A M. HUGHES BROTHERS, DAGuTfeuZOTYPJ-S AND PJ10T0GHAPHS, . 20 Union Street. THE first Diploma wa awarded to HUGHES BROS., bv thr Meclianica Tnstltut at the "late 'Exhibition Por tho le-.t l)ig'irotTles aud PlKitrgraphs. vvjiich provesfeondusiTrff the siirjerioi iiy ofoar pic'tiredrtr all conijteiiior?! i nre picinres weie ntii gnirpn up ior IUC coiKiun, out such as tlir-r takeu.iilf lorlhtir tatrous. 'itiiens and slmi-rs are rohiclv invitfd to cih aad te the lirjrst -in l btt eo.lcetioa ot Sp-cimea3 m Uie SiniU octl l if TIIJ; t'AltlsIW AND NOltTIIKUN KPO- Clt 31 OK l-'AMMO.V: T JXI'KRIENCEI) DRE.--S.MAKERS. WANTI-.I) tm'nil..itely five or six hrst'c'iss Drfss .mi.kfrst wl.p nre m-at sew ers. and -.rbo (honmhly undestiud the bmtnes.. To such, jwrmai e it siiuatious and liberal anstes will be given, and paid p'i.mptlv- every week, besidestli adrant-'gesorlearningthe latest Pariman and Northern Fusion and nlnde of ruttT". pplf at l It -J ri'tlfl-., A U 1 I. i, iiiy,o. New Yoik and Pftilidelphia Diesfmiking ami Pattern Emporium. Cruieher lPni.-e Buihiiug, corner C. urch and Sninmer ktreets ti. ti A Jew iepeftiib!e Apprentice, wanted. octM-tf , . , LADIES I'AUISIAN AND NOIJ r UEHN mi- 1'OlfMJ.U OP PASIHO.V, Crutcher IIoiim-l.uitilioz, ("otner CUurcliand Siiiamer Mrcct. MRS. PI,M?R TltOilAS, . I .e Yerk, PbiUdedphn,. ami Nw Orleans, would re-pectfullyitifona the La dies of Na-hrillc and vicinity, that the has established a bran h and located as" cbove and inist tn ia her Iurg .ox- perientc and fuccessin bnine'-s loin. rita large ibare of patrouage among tin? hm Umities . Mrs. T will pen about the $1 f Oalober, an entirely. new stock, all tall style, ompritmg, a large variety and assortment f every dcscnptii n (irLVjTws' Pans Trimmed I'aitcrns, Mcnt I Tess. Ujpa none di, Luanjoro ac, c Infants" Pat;erL.s, single und incnti'p'ete setts, liovs and Mis'es do. Mil irery, Drvs Trimm'ngs; Embndicria, Dimity Bands, .Fancv Toilet Articles, Ac. ChiWrens' Embroideied Clothes, fateist Fasbiors. ' ' Mrs. T. tegs t- coll liept-ticularattfntifii cnidies' to her ntw jtyitem ot-UteiMi.king and BirqU'nra, which combines fashion, taste, stjlc and elegante, with iiupiove- mi.-ui oi cigure- liadies can te.'ecl their cwn patterns, and rely on punc t'.ality. 1 it k'ng-dnne nev.-ct pttlerrs. Kmbnude-ing- Putiems btamped, cr worked. Ecoxoiiv axh faihio.n Dresses. Bx'ri lines, Siques, Aa, cutand fitted in tl e ijiortest pot-s bie time, at a trifling charge, so lliit 1-adies can telect their own patterns from the latest styles (weekly received) make theirowu dresses, and secure a perfect lit at a more nominal coit cct!4 bin. To Sportsmen. FALL A OUNNINOIIAM haveju4 leceived asplendid lot of FINK MlOTGt'NM.towMjhthey ask the atten tion cfeverr tne in search of a good Hun; tuning others thev have 1 extra Sine DOUBLE GUN incase complete, pri.e 2"0, call and see itat the lisn of "tnr. liiu uui. No. 47 Public Snuaie'oHh side. ret! 2- lm dtri-w.Vw COACH AND CAKKlAUi MANUPaCIY S. K. CllOOKSlIANKH Ar CO., Ar T JK OLD ST.lMiOlf rKKJ). SLOA.Vj .No, 0'J Lower .llaikct Mnet, NASHVILLE, TENN. TTAViVtJ procured tiie Lestuas3 of . l workmen, ann ttTOiTevprr iacu ity necessary for the sucrussful prose cution of their buii:ess. invite the 'at tctition of the public generally to their Establishment. 1 bev Imve on hand a greai variety of CARRIAGtS, BUG'JIKS, Ac. of thelalest stylcs,hicb they tclicveaie not inferior in f ishinn or finish to any in the country. All order left with ns will meet with prompt allcntii u. Repiiring done to order. New work warranted. july7. 1 S5o tf . SLRlilCA L INSPRUiMKN'ls. ALAlttiE r.ivoicnot F.ue S.tigical and Dissecting In struments has just been reciited and lor sale at a small advance ii jkui hastcrn cost. Students and others woti'd do well to call and examine the price and quality befote makirg their purchases. For saleliy .V. SrittTOll. VVholscsa!e and -Retail Druggist, ctiiner College and Union ttreots. Nashville. (sept Kit. JPOitTK rEOElVED tbisdayahaDdsotrie assortmpnt of Porte' ti Moii:3. , ALSO, a good supply cf old itjle Pocket Ilooks For sale cbcap by J. 11. McOllI " razorsTaad sntoi's." . JUST received a lot nf choice R.izorxmnde by Wostcn bctm, ,RvdgeiB, Urares, aud Wa(e A ilutcber-brst . rate qufiltty. ; J. II M(1ILU UAIR AND '1 OOTI1 lDttjSllJK-. V. '.' WE'bitve.'iu.st received alargo anety,if Hair Brtijlres Almcvery variety of Tooth. Clothes and Nail B tish e?. Fofs.ile by ' J. H. MtilLU. Rich, iliiner &oqdsr- W san-s.'''' COLLt'GE STREET, oVKR McLELLaSD'S STORE. RS. BKCKWITH having returned frotuNtw ork. 1L respcctfullyj invites the alii ntion,cf btrXHiids, eiiusiuid the liublic, in her new ami careluliy selected Atoct ol Mll.l.lNHRY GOOUSfortliCfem. Also. V bee DKKSS jlA hlNli department, at.wbich the mostapprpvsil stylss of dress and gKJd-work can be l.ad ut short utlic-3, V2T Opening DaY V iditodity, i!Ct!i.;J fiepK! diw. II. COSII3W, DE I LEI! IN JEWELRY" AND READY JIADE CLOTHING, . AND r' EXCHANGE RROKER, .NO 123 DEADERICE STREET . j itliotlle TcnvtMSte. -r-TTlLLkeip on hand a good :i-sortnTt of Ready-Made W t liihingand Jewelry, which be willsollas clitap as like ar lclcsran be bought at any1 othtr house in the city, lie will also male liberal adtnnceson Watches and oth er Jew clrr, Puioa, 4c, at nwderate'rates". teptiiii -lm II roUEN. . lil.J.CiliilU .Uil.lj. , Portable-Plantation, Corn, Feed & Floarins X ills, Hanu factureJ front the, bet quality of Preach Burr. BUKK. .1111,1. siu.-r, oi ail sixes.'on Lamland made to o--lfr. r-mut Mills, Mill Inns, Mill (learing. Belting, lloutirg ard Regulating ferews fccreen 'Wire, Damsel Irons, Plaster r,f Paris, Dutclr'Anltor Rrantl Uoltin? Cloths, ol all num bers. All art'etes sold by me warrant fd to Iwof the-besttpiallty.ortl e money refunded. ' ' lliilers. Millwrights, Varmrrs, fully tunted to examiua my sua;. snd ethers, are- reap? et . before purcl.io.ng ebc- where. AU orders and communicat'mns promptly attended ta. JOHN V. liKAlirUKIi, j?JriLJ?hILwiKlrLCor..Hroadandllicb ets. NatbvillCf- '.-NEW BOOKS. hit 'V iNliDICAL HOOKS JUST SEC1VD BY J0HIT TOES' &. C0. m! - I WLl.son' Anatomy. Miurpcj'.ana Quain'B A ri ii to in y . t 9 'rvriatlolog!cal Aiintoiiiy. Sforton's Anatomy. ... ..... KtrkJn and l'agct's I'liTstoSoyV Carpcn lcrr X'hyjilology. ' r ', " ' j Dmi-lisoifs Mifslolotrr. " Sn ii t !i ?. Vn Ho ,1 M n t e I U s CXp r. (iraliaju CkcmUCry . Mlinuuii" LCtorv . ; itnaii's Client- istry. , , ; lcrelra?t .-Materia iMcuicauml Tlierapu tics. Mitcliell'N do. - ' :-' ' l)iiigIiNons.- do, United state's Dispcnt a ... l)ruetlj.s illodcrn Mirgcry.SiuitU'!! Op Bcwec'n Obstetrics. Itrcis" do. Aslnvcl do. Cluircliill'v do. - . ... layIors( rtlcdical Jurisprudence.' nccIi'V do. ,. . ' - . . r -. ' ' - 1 " xiatuvc ui uicaicmc, i v. atsoii'i do, Junes," and icveklng' Anatomy.. Kart- let t, on Fflven or tue u. S Uunglisou' Dlcdical Fornuilnry. Criclthou't Surgery. OrRanx. Dictionary. - EUI- Grass on Urinary (.rilfitli's Formulary. ItXnlgnon Fevcn, Ncii aud iimltti's Coinpciid. Nmltli's Leu rorrhoca. What to Observe In medical Caocs. AVilliaius' l'utliology. MUTUAL BENEFIT. Building and Loan .Association. Their history, principles and plans of operation; together with a statement of the le3efbg attending them, and cf the distinction between American and English societies. Also, a mode by which life insurance may be adapted to the requirements of the ir members; a form of Constitution, accounts, 4c; price SU ce,ntsv Tor sale,by JOHN YORK ro ARJ1ACEDDON; OR, The overthrow of ltoiruuisnr and llona-cliy; the existence of the United Mates foretold in the Bible, its fu. lure greatness; invasion by all Europe; annihilation of Monarchy; expinston mto the lltllenial. Republic an 1 its dorniuion oter the whole world. Revised EditiWby S. D PaMwin, A. ii. lor sale by "c6 JOHN YORK A CO. ROOKS AND STATIONERY. I INVITE theaticmiMi of the PUBLIC to mv LARGE and tVf LI.SKLhCTE;) STOCK OF IttlilKV Pai-h; bTAriONhltY and FANCY (iOOI)S. COUNTRY K3CHANTS AND SCHOOL 4: TEACHERS Can besupphed wimaCHOOL UOOKaot all kinds ut the Ion est prices. , , TEXT E00KS. ForColleges. Academies. Public and l'rir.ih Vj4,nU constantly on hand. UEDICAL E00KS A COtPpleteassortmentof Hooka tiublishedlbT'iranrlt-r s. 13, wuicuwui I e sold ati;aralonienr.iv-i . il RELIGIOUS BOOKS " fPf' lhepnblicatKins ut ihel'artrix. Mjrtifn. Prrsht Imin B. -ant, American Snndav SJiool Union. Amrrinn Tmri Siciety, American Bible fcoaety, and the Massachnsetta Ifi'SCELLATOITS BOOKS. ' All Standard Works m Pioseand l'oirv. L,.Fthr- ntil. the New I'litilicalion-tof the (lav. CHirDEFTi's Ttnmrv. Parlicnlaraltenli7tkasbein given m ll.N ib-mrtment. itore ilun l.OoO volumes of the lust JUVUNtLt; BOOKS now .uwuned. J'an ms, rxamire litem. ' .- B7.ANTT ftfinTS - " Such as Pass Boots, Bill Books, .Note Books, Dsy Books, . Journals, l.edg.rs CopyBooks.Cjmpiw'iiioii Books. buries' J FAKCY.GC0DS ork Boxes. PaoierMjt-he Drskn. I'urtf,Jic lti,V,w mou lurds, Roaewou.1 and Leather Desks, Leather JIack--gammon B.iards. CbessMcn, Chess Table, Drufiiuen. Gold and Pearl Pen Holders, Pearl und Ivory holders. Porcu pine I'ett H .Iders, Gold Fountain Pens. China lak Setts. P0a THE COUNTR, G BOOH, letter Prefses. Coiivm-? Books. Cheek Itnokann nil lh Banks, Commercial Note Parer. inreloret Red. l!Ir.k and Blue Inks, SutidPta Racks, Check Tics, Erasers, l'en .Makers, uoM and Steel i'ens. Bill Paper, Red Tape: Banker's Cases, Fiber's PenciLs, Ac, Ac. - for s.iie by U11AKLES W. SSUTU, Colbs sthet. ;. r. RAILY CO'jS UKtAT C0MEI5ID ZOOLOGICAL ARENA:. WI I.L perfonn aCNASHVILLEF, ON THK Urn, 16to, and 20nr OP OCTOBER. An afternoon rsrrfei nifnce oulhe l'jth and 2oib oniv This establishment has been thomnsrhlr rrfileI. nt an imnienie expense nf tlM Proprietor, since ibeir last trarel Itsgtoiir. Thov have procured a new and extensive ad dition of AMUALS. younr, freshly caged, and possessing all ihe characteristics and habits of-their native state. - J ciCrttrian Director...-. Mr. W. B OAKRIH.L. Master of the King Dr. WOOLVTO.V. Clowns.. H.UOUIJ.1AJ W WARD Amongst lhe mnsveonsnicnotts featuriH nf this Suiieib I xhibition, are the follewing: A neW and majtnititentlr dressed entree eutitled the " The Crusaders. " Carroll and Mad, Can oil. Led by Mr. 1 uutMtnin TLe celebrated LA l'CTITE MARIE. ONLY S YEARS OLD, "Will nntir in Imr Hr itiil 1'rtt Ptidil A rf Mr. J. W. WARD willapr-W on the 7LY1NQ, dOltl),, ackiiuwieugcu ui De me oesi in me woria. - - Act of ihe Flotimi Vui, bMad.UARRpLL, in wblcb tins accouipiisbed artiste has won a reputation-ecui;d to none. , LA PETITK'MARIE will also enter ilie den with a Hill gnwn Hubtmg Leopard, 'verifying the Piojtheey that the l:on and thv Umb si4l4 lie- Sown together -and 4 llttlrf child shall tad tfcem " ' ' ' . Mr. W. B. CARROI.f., in lii great Two-anil Four ll.rse Act, carrying M lie Carioli in, rarituj tl.rilh'hjr scenes. ' '' - ' The performance wilM'eaceomriii;el bylh Airrican Bras and, ltd by l!ttr Stob-cic.h, lateW' the 'Or chestra at tte'Acadamy of:Miisic,.Nejw ck . SJ", Admission til the eutire tlo'ib'e--ciLibitionl'iO cciiis. Will jrvn au! 'erranlsbjlfcl rico. : t - ,X-3 I'elfolll'auce Uiitliniiuce at S and: o'clock, P.M. Door open half an hour pieiuoly. ..-..'.--- (Kty 1.1;, ,. , j ,j K SViril, Agent Tl NDRI M. " r7-' .') bun els Wbiiiy, various , , 2 clsilud.ft braudsafc'T 5 j 1 i "f 5 (&pon3lJnrt I'M' bis Itran.ly, R'ltr, lud Cjn; Hi bhlS'Ali.iBi.i u j &b! Piko's fineBiaudy, t- sa iiiiitriis; - -' livus brands . Iim Kmrmai-; 5(i hbls purn Malsga W'ii'e; IW reams Wwppipgl'apc' 2 id dux .Buckets;. 4 bt)kgsaili,'Datbmi ds; '.mo ca.-kt S nla; 1! l:il prime rt. U.Soga rUUfZ Wiisb. Hoards:- .SiU hbls Sbriarrw: n US " " ?C biLsliel.iitviluriS'.i'awulML-s.tweiyihr - o 40 bag"? ,Vjpr; -.s. , i U) bbkK-ina'rhj.r-allf. - fSPI;' - - n'l in ii tuu: 4') bTfc' . iii'Ker;u( . va.iS' iClurrtlWme; -lio " Mt-icjCignro.. 1 Clores.f 5 ' b" keg Mint aud tend,"' - - 2 ' .KpspiuSuUs.j,.., -. t' .-ci-ilsC itton itrpe -' : .I " Sunisli lliunn. iO dircl)unu.e'8.Ceibit-. '! S lbx'vIUiIjeWtrimituti.v ed Yiast Powders. ' In' storu-aiul Jor sale by- - - - t-rptlU Mi'RRISA STRATJON. I AI.TI.HWICIJ-tlOIl''liK.4iej& brtiCf?C il Li. (ta .Jtiotieceivedund Hrrwle bv ' " ' irt tO. -.MOItMln A STR'A.TTON.'" UU.IIli.l), ruiiIlbttKl), AND' 1,1) AI" J SUGAR. 5rr bttte-i of C-'4berl siftT IWcfcrttf, Sugir, i buxos Iiut,lo lliiicU Loaf ug-.r. Jjfcit re" ':cive.randmVj6fhi?,- Ul IliTRRiH1' STRATTONV ; r fio ISA CCO -rjal i.bxyirginii.Toiacci.b!l Dnuidi.- JL Just rtceir&l una Ior sate of i . sebtlO jL3. 'PJ ATRATTONsi XTlNI.tJAR.- .r-i bhls Cider Vinegar jHStTiriTtd' V and for sale-hy. -O ' "MHltRH AHTR.'rTrON. T l;i)o.U. G-HJ dia BioorftV J.itl I'.Mjiv'ar aud lor snle by in'Alt OAftDLIlS.-liit.btt'ar.;Bnllt. - Just k received and for salj hv t110RRISA SlfRATTON. ' NKVf iifeSIDENOE'FOR SALE. iWrv r.rr f..r maIm a Trrt nf l.md intatni n '16 aens 'VY situated on the Buena Vista liirnpfke Road, fj., mllrs from the city. The improve merits coiitif Uf a taiu- tifrtl Brick Cott-ge containing pioe. -.'.tins, jwr t coovai entlr arrangtd, and an exctjtent Batn,' (Ail clbir oul-" r?i ii m alt new. This nlace is crmVisriieiiUV'utar'nie Ba- liLewlll 13 ULCiaiU iUlUUIUU.V UUi'i.U. .".I a. uiuiMiW ' . 't - s t - garueiiaau uairj. Tsaiis Uiie ihird Casb.babmcciRCte rd two rears ..AH-'yJf -r rLlD. Li;rCROl'KbIT-r 1 rct8 i. i t t JL-t jUoHtye t. ' ALU CARKI,AGE1AVU1'ACTUV. , . No 55 CoBege slrett, eorr J2rtui ,- WHKKKall kinds oi Ught-and heavyCar--, pfiL rwgerepair.og.wiH be-prninptlvaatend-tExdr-r-cd to, and as fur price I will endeavor tosatistrlLwnu try me 1 baTelsosmrier!ne5ofTOy;omaBiifacurre,tl I wsrntut on p-md us'irir tn tha rtTtikL'' 1 will aelLon f rf3oii4tleHrnirciill and see mi. ' . LAND TTAP-ItAIir?. SJIIT1I V JONES, Genaral Afrent3, 22 Cherry Etroet, Lw. ILL irive tbe bizbest market pries for anr quantity ' .. . f.ll.... -I. I-,.ltUW-pla.. , i i t -" "Tf UUOKS ATI I STATll.EH V. hS.ga.pt Jt'isiioTnEK, BOOS SElLiEUS AND STATI02IEKS. . t so. t Mieirr srarrr, Kairlt.f(il9, Ttnacm,. I-ae. bounf;in ciotli, for tKo teats; or in tworol- A merfcan works. The Deserted U re" tg new work i f uDustni power ana mrming tLrrst. Tae jne U laid n ono of ill? JOUta&rn SUtea and the siory gnri a picture of ihe mantntts and custi'Uis of the ptu:tiriggentry! in an sgeso! lar'removett backward Iruia U.e" preseot The cturacuus aie o'raan with a strong hand, and tiie Uok abounds" iritlfsces of iuteuie inteieit. the wfci!e plot b. lDg wrojigbt out with thdcli power and effect,, and no one, we Ira cSniiilent, can rtail it mtbeatucinonleilgiQ' that it tMMsessts mure than ordinary merit 'Hie traiTo'sUp liwd by " octl!) , " HAflAN A BRO. TIIE-SEA KING. A Tale t f the Sea By 'Cap i Mirryait One vol., n per. P.ieeSvctnts. - - Captain ilsrrjan's w.irkssre not to be iqualld in the whole round of ronmnc, for the tremendi tt powrrof Ihvir detcrtpt o s, for theawtutneoi their euljeor, and f .rife briiiiaiicr and tarfety'ol tbe color wl.ti Wuich they are iat tAl-f,fw. . y,A -r "V rreenmenfl it to all who 'Rve at lemo at ease.' andnl scarre ysar. that po twin .wHr'a'man eliould nnmiaan hourwi bou' it. 'o-ln AlStu i.lain' MamnU-asy fake Ms nfaee-atlb-ihead of the naval lirrtalwts of t e tlsr f'ffj-i .-rif Mumf ROSE lUllPO.V A IComaLce, m one voL. rapt . Price M eenis llart on. her lips, and sonl w4in her eyen; Soft as her dine, and sunny as her skies." r. , BT3CK For sale by - U.VGAN A BRO . itictli) . , . Marketistrt . IyiVi V llES.-,Zu4 colored PicturcjvlhLs day receiv . pdbr ' cp2fc. 1IAOANABKO. -"XI'WUKI-'KYtfS SCHCOL BOOK A w)t dcxerr of ill. il ii Lutfey's Readers UAGAN A.BBO. i.i.in.i.ur iiuuus, sm) oxen v eastern in KJ diwre. ana tor sale by 11AOAN A-BKO GO DRY'S LADY'S ROOK, FOR oblOBKR"; cucUfns titr-t'Wit KneraTin.-s t..r l..lt.i .-Inn.. Iv.am.'-g which, is ITiifadeTphia, New York. London and Pans FASmO.VS; CrcmwertV interview with his danch- ter,o..:eel Kiierating-, and sixty Literary articles. Price, oniv TU'KNTY FlVK CENTS. For sile by vepz HA A NAB KO.. Market tt. HAULER'S JiACAZIXK -ITtOR OCTOBfJ:, just ree'd by UaQAN A BRO. -1 octt . Market stnoi. w ilKTRKiri'llR Sf 'Sfiitorober iust rereif rd hr iff" P. 1LVOAN A BRO.. MaVket t 0AB0Ne,SHEPHRD & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IX Shoes Hats, Milt 3 STRAW GOODS NO. 50 PUBLIC S0.UA JE, Nl-UVILLB, TENN. WE invite the attention of MERCHANTS tri th Ursa undllMrable FALL and WINTER STOCK Of ROOTS A SHOES. IIATS.CAI'S At TRUNKS. which we are bus d.lly reeivig. Tin 9U ck hi4btu carefiitlr ts)teated ia viaw oTUi- in. creased iletmtrA t,t dtxt JV. and while it wUl be fmin.l entirely c mplete and weil daitel w.tiie wnntsufthe trada ia nnn.tiiltt tree frul G.-Hlsoi ir.fcfvr iirulity. : Biiters tnlhts market would cntni their interes! by exinuning our Staick befiifettey m.k.1 Uir porch as "s. aug-.-a . liAUUWK, Mlf filEItU 4 CO 'ThoH. P. iinderSqn & Cc , ' UOCkMORI TO PLNJ F 8Hl U Jt C ) Lcmmission, ticenvm? cs. iorvaruni" NO. 37 NATCH KZ STR8KT. NKW ORLEANS. 3enj: P. Shields, 42-PUDblCVO.ilARE. NO. WASH VILLE, TENNESSEE, Wgents. for toe abqve. octlj,-,tt . . ; ..rSA-LEU IN LAND W'ARRANT.S, t '- - 1 Na. 17 DaDEKicr Stbht. , ' "'(Opposite the True 'Whig-Office,)' Nnhrii'lr, Tnoi rersorH rendsg IkBj'WarraeM titme br mail can, if t&tx prefer, ilirvet Ami to u A t kiskhmiu. . l,Klili rough tfcetB, tr isstait l the oi aer iMthout delay, tbe ,bigii-bt at irket ja- is iu Oufi. oettu-w.t. l4Jua. , " CO- T A liNliTSll 1 f I HAVE tbis d4y)niMicnieiJ wtb RHm MteUrnrory sqd 1 Hwts.wm'beAee!. Mr. TtlOVAS J- Sv;iTT, The I un hereafter will be eoBfir awtcr Hie style oi rsL'M-un.ii un, at ise out hum v. v. nu-it a .wwfwjaumrf. m n? b."1dV;Sx! " t. i. sSrr. - RWSSELL &r SCOTT, T,Ji o La a I c Grocer s, '10iUYAKUYtf6,A.VD COjIMI10X aERCUANj'S. nr i -No. i)0, i5OADVAV, , Nashville, T o ri u c s c e . tirpty'a if - J -SKW'-KALf. AND UINTKR GOODiT ..' AT' WHOLESALE. " '3; & CO., N ( -UUlLliG B STREET, N AS It VILLE, ARK haw in iecei;it of tLe largest and most desirable - ntheWf STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS They baceever before otTtred. The attention ot Dealers nfmpurchaie ia tbtaciiy (with cash w on at ort timet is reerwetfifHr -Mlietted, with tbe assurance that we can ami writ setHs low as thy caa be oiircleil efeewhrre. HierouH fpeiul dttenliAn ta their extersife slock of i.Aiiii-s' mtuss ;ooiis. i Embnrlrg a Minn.e hee ot French jterteu 1'Iaki t-ilkyaMa i'nplms;- Kr.tisn and Artwrwia iteLains an'lUfv brg. Olothx, (tied i-rencii Del-ateesarxi Casbmeres-, acd th hngi.tKck f Prints tbev luiTe ever nwRed. .. Tne-tanety or Snttiturts, Jans. Two its, I loth. Cast-ina.-es, A ratines. I.iu.-cys, ltlkasd lln. Mbmiimi, Jackouets, and LmonisTall,aad"thr resjwtiliHly ask buyers to call in sMrly when hi Hie market Thero.nimiie to sell iierior Beritrg CMba. i aog'J n - IC. Jl. V ANNOY , ATT0r.II t Y AT LAW. AND SOLWITOE IN CHANCERY ' Hunts lllo, Alalmniit. AVH1 prcotke iti Jho tuuetie- ol JteU&ta, Maduaa, Marshall . " usit Drlwb, RiutaBC&uei R. 1L M'KweH A Wilt en. W. A. i J. fi. M'CbtUoml, ' ' , Myrnuii A C ' ,.- . Jinyd V biturlh ' ftiif. ''..- Ini. all kinds of. if rcdnce. lHSAT.jliYfc, BACON, rKATHKRS, KKRSW.tX. W A--, Ae, by K. O KANH, iriMl; S.K. Orcer tJwltge aU t-harco sm. K. 0' tvAiN hi, DBALKR IN roiiEroir t DojissTio Liqaoas, SALT, AC F!anY an 1 Etna always on band. fVu.L.ut,ty ii'-'luircli uml Cotiegt Streets. HAlLKlS' VfOCK ALE. .i Cl li.ll.- nrewed and fir sale bw by . UrO ' R. O KANB. ?ff!ti Wit OASIL-'Wbbft. Cider fT ic tr.- a it. IllIjji'.VlNtAiAli I uyrtrttj tut Uiurtjr rur saie sf4;.i it. u rv.v.fc- rXWlf.T' U.?rn,'Sd, ifler I H M fir talo hi 1 r.caab, by K. tj-KANE. U.e jut received mt Sir fate by H". II. OORI" OM A P) &!&ar Kicc JOSEPH XAS1I, B. K rn'T College A Chmcli -i Wisest & Hve. ' .... JOSEI'H NAS1I, -SoulL'Eitst Corner Church aud Cell.gr St-. REMOVAL. rrlHENaaJiville lnnrunce Ageuey OfBeeh rnrr.f to - L V e t uiWiogV thu Southeast aoruer ' ("nJlrg- m! Clmrjcb-irbrtiiu- His, J fvpth JOSKl'H XAflt ID. D. COPi, COMiHSSIOS AND TORWAHDIK K2BCKAJ.T, .' ' w '2. rlaTftnnah. (la ' ' A tlSVNCSS wilLibo made hr tie febsftriter en e-n- XX- signmentBrX i'loduce eenerallvtii tlabnerii.a Uowe .. JOM&rll NASH. iHiitn-Sm-csooth rastenner Colleire ami Chureri fc '- 'ATfD'PANCY JOB TT0BKKyK. icrt!i East Comer rubltcSiuiir-, Na.hv!Ile, WUKRKhe will be found pn-pniisl tonxwuteal. k-'H of-PUm FjBcT and Ornoipealal Work tn bis hue rl biis'wes Hhw l)e?ts. Drawer. 1 abtes, t'fwnlers, MrH "helTng,S1ri' Boards', Boxes.Ac iu.il J..U atleiiaetl ' jiritb nuiMa aid disuatrb,-teiip for cm. Xfc'l tf 1 S. WBICH? : i niir-.i.t. 'l i.cltliM. V-o.tl its. JUST reeeiveit a superior bit of Sbell Tiifkng Cm . A'sr, a v re'v-f linn and Hi,iu Tmki-g Con ) . Siiill, l-'-' v. I!"Ba!o. and HB Fine Timth touibf every site. PorsaJelow by J- U- HcOlLli. LadieV and Uratbam'd FuraUMNr Stare, corar el .Mu.r, m i.tit4mUm. i i "