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i 4Xvv -. js v, Wtt'-l' i J - -v - r " i mil fi ihubii 1 Z.3CV- - - ' " . 'V - v. FA'" - UNION AND MIER1CAN. NASHVILLE: SATURDAY MORNING. JfOV. 3, 1835. TncATtr. Itrrincdhard enough last night to keep us from tlie theatre, itnd we fecrtfie same cause kept many Cithers away. We call the attention of tbea'j-e-goers to the bill for to night. Mr. JlrEDOcnpUys'AVfXiu lor the first time hue. t?f The Superintendent cf the State Capitol vrillpleare aceept our Hunks for a splendid Lithographic view of tl-a Slate Capitol. It is well executed by the artist fi-tra the accuratejlrawing by Mr. SiajcKLAsti, the Architect. Wau. Pann. Our youngfriend W. "W. Fuck, on Mar- ket fctreet, is again at his post, after an absence of come tiro months, caused by potractcd illness. His assorlineut of wall papers this feason is unutu&lly rich and varied. The ityles are mostly ntw and from the best American and European manufactories. We take pleasure in recommend ing him and his goods to our readers. See advertise ment. Joux D.James A Co , advertise fir land warrants in this day's paper.. We call the attention of our readerB to this feet, alio totho fact that they are plying six per cent inter est on all deposits made with them. Thef e gentlemen are experienced Hankers and command the confidence of the entire business community. In .their pnrate and public intercourse they are polite, gentlemanly and accommoda ting, and wo take pleasure in recommending them to our friends. See their card. J5f Wo hare heretofore neglected to call tl attention of our readers to tle advertisement of Messrs. J. 11. Taioa A Son. They liave opoued a store at No. 5 Union street, nnd have now on band a we-1 selected stock ot everything in the dry goods line. In dress goods they have every thing (rum the rich (ilk to the common print, and their prices will be ibuud as low as at any similar establishment They have also on hand an assortment of gentlomen's goods at low puces, n e aavise our readers to give them & call aud then judge for themt e vcs. Sg An amusing scene- occuired in one of the public schools of Detroit, last week, which resulted rather sericuv ly for the teacher in charge. Some little rogue bad man aged most ingeniously to insert a quantity of tar between another boy's pants and bis bench. Soon after he attempt ed to nse, when, greatly to his mot tiiication, he aiscovered that be had becomes fixture to the freehold. The whole school discovered his dilemma, and alt the fear of teacher aud fltgcllations could not rentrain a geniral guffaw. 0"e boy, vrhose seme of the ridiculous overcame his judgment entirely, fuind lavghing remarkably eay, and the more he tried to restrain his mirth the louder grew bis merriment. The teacher, doubtless thinking this a horrid breach of the rules, gave him a severe castigation with a rod, altogether too heavy for the purpose. The ref ult was that be had some heavy marks. The f ther made complaint before the Police Court, and the teacher was fined ton dollars. Scicidi. Last Monday, Mr. Orren W. Porter, residing thrte miles from this place, near Dennis Ferry, oommitted suicide by banging. Ue had been derarged at times, on the sul ject rf lelgion, for about twelve months, but was considered entirelv harmlebs, until last Saturday, when, on nocountol' hismiJdened freak, it wis deemed prudent for bis family to leave homi, h'Ch they accordingly did; The following Monday evening, about sun dowu, a little ooy on approacuifg ine House, discovered him hangir.fr The alarm wis given, aud a crowd was soon collec'ed, but lie wasalread. dead. It would beem that alter mounting the l.ej. he lied tha rope around bis neck, then fastened it 10 inejvceover nead, ana jumredott. Mr. P. was about litty years of gj, and leaves a wife and five children.' Iyit(,ilU Obtrritr. New York, Oct. 29, P.M.-The steamship St. Louis sailed at noon lor Havre. She lakes out nearly all the pasengets that sailed iu the Union, cud about $10,GQJ additional in specie Gov. Clarke has issued a proclamation, fixing the 29th of November as a day of Thanksgiving in New York, The Philadelphia, fioin Havana, arrived to-day, with dates lothe i--. Mr Morales, a c:tizn of New Turk, recently sentenced to death for having sedition documents in his possession, had his seuteuce cosimuied to eight years jn the chain gasg Tiie public health af Havana is good und business ac tire. James L. Breez- was arrested at his residence in Chris tie street, to-day, and abcut 10,0v0 in counterfeit bills were tmiud m his i!feion ; also a quantity of plates. Amongst ihe bills were 10's and 6 on the Bank of Jack sonville. F-orida. 2s on the Northern Indiana Railroad Haul, SV on the Exchange Dank of Alexandria, D. C, and others. Lery appliance of counterfeiting u ere also dis corded. Washington-. Oct. 29. A hrstiln meeting havirg been again cotiiruipl.itcd U-meen Mr. Faulkntr, meniuer of Congros-c.eci iroiu Virgima, aud Mr. Boleler, his upptn eul in the late canvass, has been satisfactorily adjusted by the icttiference f mutual intnds. In the Court of Claims, vesurday it was decided that the perkHniiince of rxlra mail set vice by Uoveramcnt con. tractois, in cases where it as rendered necessary by in crease in the mail matter constituted an implied contract with the (iorernment, which was valid. In lUjcase ot M. G. Kmery, nbocUmird under an agreement, with former Miptnniendents hs well as his authority to act in the mat ter. The docket ol the Court is rapidly increasing. Gen, Armstrong's cue is postponed until next wtek. AVasmnhtox, Oct 29.- It is hUied, on the authoritr of reliah.o advioes by the Africa, that Mr.. Duchanan has probably left Morion for Pans. He will yisit Italy before letuimiig lm.no. A circular letter from the government of Denmark, re lative lo the M-ttleuirnt of the Sound dues question has been rteeired b) governmcut. The President has entirely recovered from his recent attack ot the chills and fun r. The Courl of Clatius to-day admitted the testimony taken in tl ecase of lsiac Swain, thus deciding that the government is liable tur iij tries sustained by citlicns, in consequence ol tne improjier conduct of it4 agents. aub iiigtiuitimu me r lonaa cases was continued. Daltimogk, Oct. 2S. The Southern mail to-night brings Xew Orle.ua papers of Sunday, with Gahsiton dates to the tab. Ward, democrat, is elected to Congress from the Eastern District ol Texas. Toe fcnow-noihias have elected the Mayor in Austin. Xew Orikass, Oct 29 There were ele'en deaths from fever last wek. The steamship Grenada is below. Probaoly she has the Caiilornta mail .Within tlio last twentj' years one bundred churches have lcen jvlftntctl along the coast of Afri ca, HBmberiDg about twelve thousand converts. Christian schools nre now in successful! operation, in which native Africans are taught. TriE Miml Rifle. The voritable Minie Rifle it self, ajaiie in the government shops of England, and Euch me used by the British and French armies in the Crimes, can bo seen at the store of Messrs. Fall & UrxxiKciMM, dealers in gun?, on the North Jlf jiMi-Gi Uie Public Square. With this gun theEng- nsa soiiiier nss Kiiiett uis man at ine atHtance ot DUO yards, when fired from the rifle pits before Sebas to. poL Resides the regular riile, Messrs. F. & C hove few of a smaller size, made to order, called the Jlinie Sporting Ktfle, which will shoot with ac enracy for very long distance, und, we would sup pose is ju.t the gtin for deer, bear aud buffalo. Call and see ihenj. I 3iIillikeby. One of the most attractive millinery ostaliiahme'jts in thecity iithatof Mrs. A. Crooker on Uuion street. Mra. C. has recently received a Urge arunrnt t)f fashionable goods for ladies, Consisting of twantiful styles of head-dresses, orna- ments, tiiumi-jg., etc; Ve advi3e0ur lady readers to giv.- her a call. octG tf. 1 MiHBtw. Oo th morning orthe2Slb instant, at the rfi'Jir' of Dr. Cleinenu in 1 ufayctte, Ky., by W. V MtiSfsziB, ICmj-, Mr. Jamjs C. Kobfuti, Attorney at Law, Mi t' ner, Tenn , and Conxaux M. l.vuitiu of St. Joteph, JlllKdHUl. I OIHTIIAKY, Departed this life, ou the tugli.if the 1st inst, at the ridence of her step father, CoI.Aekbn, in the vicinity of jAiliville, the inienwting and lovely Kumi Fbami .is, the only ituviving ctuld ol Isaac Fr&nUin, deceasttl, iged nt.t tl yai!i. This is the thiid child the Bfllcied ir.ntber has bees t lirrd by 1'niviueuce to parj with within the kit few i" lib s. All BhotiS "d" Trytt' 3H. J. HOSTETTEK'S ci:iii:in:A i i:i) stojiacji iiitteks. AHK YOU mSl'fclTIO? Theti take ttieue celebrated Hitters. AKK YUU ItlLblUlln; Trvone b 'iile nt tliee Hitters and be relieved at once. a lit; Yt.r anxuvu) jiy i. digestion? ltejtiove fie cu-o by the flee u.eot these Hitters. Tlie celebrity that Ibis cicttilont preparation has gained in the taut lew jewrs is Innnml belioC ine heht I'liveiciana latbcUniieil fMstes etidon-e Hand recommend it to their pttieflls m all cases ot Dysjia, Indigestion, and Loss of Appetite. It is tii-edby esrly every family in the Union, and RKi should be without 11, Pw-sale by 11 G. SSOVKU (J W. HhNDKUSHOT, ltbKi; a DKriOVlLLK, JO. (i. ItliOW.V, UAKU&KT A HOSCffi. A. O. OAKTi.lt, And by i'nii-t' tsand JiottHs penerallv. N. ii. ? v dut.'Ctioa onltottle. ieptlt Jiwly. THE VERY LATEST NEWS. ' ! RECEIVED BT MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH UP TO TJM HOUR OP PUBLICATION Sr. Louis, Nov. 2. An excursion train of fourteen cars celebrating the openingef the Pacific Railroad from St Louis to Jelfcrgon City, went into the Gasconade River. The bridge breaking. Only one car was left on the bank. The locomotive made a complete somerset. Hudson E. Bridges, the Prekident, and Mr. O'Sullivan, Chief Engi neer, and other officers of the company, were on the engine and all killed exctpt Mr. Bridges, who miraculously ea- caped. Eighteen persons known to be killed and many j wounded, some fatally. The cars were precipitaed thirty ! feet, and lay in the river utterly wrecked. Among the killed are Kev. Mr. Bullard, E. 0. Blackburn, and Henry Chouteau. Nlw Yoar, Nor. 1. It is reported that the President and Cabinet oppose Keeder'a admission as a delgate from Kansas. The President has received a circular from the Danish Government, inviting a Congress to settle the Sound trou bles. Mr. Buchanan will return home. Privatu letters by the Africa say that Mr. Hiason is en. feebied by his late attack, but intellect still unimpaired and he stauds high at the French Court. Joseph Wagner has been convicted of enlisting men for the British Legion, and centenccd to two years imprison ment and fined one bundred dollars, Louisville, Nov. 2. River falling slowly with thiee feet nine inches water in the channel. Raining. Clncinxam, Nov. 2. VrTiuky dull declined te sales at 32; Flour unchanged, sales at J3 00a3 10; Wheat firm and in good demand, prime Red sells freely at (1 65, White $1 70; Corn, old in car, 55; Shelled 60; Sugar CJft CoOeelf; MolassiaS7. PiTTtBuao, Nov. 2. Uiver four feet in the channel. New Yose, Nov. 2. Flour improving. Sales of choice State J9 12J; good Ohio l 8 Southern f 9 81; Wheat has improved, sales o! Southern Red 2 12c; Mat ket firmer. Mess Pork, market firm; Lard firm. New Yost, Nov. 1, P. M. Cotton inactive and doll ; Flour dull, mixed to choice Southern $0 87, and 11 15 lor Fancy 10 best txtra do; Wheat $1 82tl 80 for Bed, inferior Ohio ?1 99a2 10 for Red Southern, 2 25; White Southern Corn dull and drooping. Western' mixed Prime mixed 95, Pork firmer with a better demand, Mess 22 50; Prima $2l,00a21 25; Lard, fair demand at llallf, ColTee dull, Kio Sugar has declined, Havana Molasses dull; Orleans 7; Freight on Cotton to Liver pool easier, Ja5-16. New Obleaxs, Oct. 21, P. M, Cotton unchanged: Sales of 75,103 bales. Receipts at all tha Southern parts ahead of last year iOO.OOO bales; Corn 75. F. H. BADGER, HAS returned to the city from a short visit to Balti more. Residence and Operation Room 01 Cedar Street, next door to the Catholic Church. oct24 81 LIGHT READING. Heai t's Ease: Clove Hall; Cone Cut Corners; dbrixlie Johnson; Peg Wolfington; A Long Look Ahead; Ida May; Bell Smith Abroad; The Wife's Victory; Grace Lee; Which, the Right or Left; The Eacsped Nun; The Master'4 House. Ruth Hull; The Summer Land; Fashion and Famine; Rob ot the Bowl; Doesticks; Simon Suggs; Peter Ploddy: The English Orphans; The Watchman; Blanche Dearwood; Memoirs of Bennett. The Winkles; My Brother's Keeper: The Old Farm Hou.se; Star Papers; Elbe or Human Comedy; Peeps from a Belfrj; Swallow Barn; The Old Barn; The Old Inn; liig Hear ot Arkansas; Louisiana Swamp Doctor; Nellv Brachen: Greece and the Golden Horn Easy Nat; The Maroon; Wide, Wide World: Tennesseean Abroad; Flood and Field; Cloud and Sunshine; The Money Miker; Gerstacker's Travels; Memories over the Water; Ingenue by Dumas; Commerce of Prairies; lolly and Lowly; Barclays of Boston; Women of Israel; Stray Subjects; Drama at Pokerville; Ac, Ac. Ao CHARLES W. SMITH. uertna and ialy; Honey Moon; Substance and Shadows; lve Been Tninkinir, Streaks of Squatter Life; Misfortunes of l'eter Faber; r or sale Dy covlJ IIItOWNSVILLE. N ORDER lo keep pace with the treat spirit of im- piovtrinent, and to meet the iucreaMD" demand for RESIDENCE LOTS on the North side ot the river, we will on FRIDAY the nth of November, inst., on the nrem- ibei, luDruwusiiiiR, uuuui one tnue irom ccgeneia, ouer at PUBLIC SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, with out reserve, from 20 to SO of the most desirable Residence Lotsnow offered fortale inthevicin'tyof Nashville. The Lots ci.ntain from ELj to 10 acres each; a portion of them finely timbered, with r.oil of unsurpassed fertility for ear- denmg purtwses. TheLotswe Hill sell front on the Galla tin pike: the Porter gravelled turnpike: Main. Weakley Division and Lindsly streets, and Scott avenue. Col A W. Johns jn has recently erected a magnificent lineuingin nrownsviiie. Kusseii Houston. Lfq . and nve other gentlemen will make handsome improvements in the next six inonins; ana persons who postpone Duying Lots until Spring will be cliartred an advance of 10 to 20 Der cent, as neiure boio ixis in uie last two years at an ad vance from 10 to SO per cent per annum on our lirst sale in Juae. 1852. An aoundant collation ftee to all will be riven. Omi- buses n ill leave the Public square precisely at 10 o'clock. a. m., on the da) of sale. Sale to commence at Lot No. 23, with a frame Dwelling on it, on the corner of Gallatin Pike and Main street We invite all our friends to take a free ride buy lots or not as they see proper, enjoy them selves generally, and very much oblige J. Li. 4 K. W. 1JKUWN. V. TRIGG, Auctioneer. noil N. B. Should the weather be too inclement to sell on Friday tbe 9th inst, tbeaale will be postponed to Tuesday the 18th insL Tiion One, tuo and three years crjdit to speculators: and a credit of one, two. three and tlve years to building purchasers lor notes bearing interest, Ac SH EET ORANGES. JUST received 6 boxes of tbe above, and 4 boxes Lem ons, at J . G. A C. ROBERTSON'S, oct'4 155 on tsroadway. 13 EAb KSPATE AGENCY. I have concluded Xti to connect with iiiy former business tbe selhne of LaD.S. TOWN 1.OTS. RENTING HOUSES. Ac I have now on hand and for sale, several NEGROES, amongst them a WOMAN 24 years old, that 1 guarantee to be A No. 1. COOK, WAhUER AND IRONER, a good SEAMSTRESS and general bouse servant Also, a GIRL 13 years old, and a BOt tbe same aire. I have pledeed my word not to let these negroes go South, and wish to select good homes fjr them; und should the purchaser not be ph-abed, he can return them and get his moner. OCISO, '05. Itfita W. I'OKTEK. JIUKLKY'S SAKSA1AH1L,1jA. Is the only True and Genuine EXTRACT IN AMERICA I Manufactory, Seventh and Green sts., Louisville, Sy 5-f Price, tl per Bottle - Six Bottfea for ?5l 1 XSf Sold by Dealrs in Medicine throughout the United States and Canada. ap26 REAIOVAli. THE Nashville Insurance Agency Office is removed to tbe building at the South-east corner ol College and Church stri-ets. septtf JOSEPH NA8H. NEW FALL AMU WINTER GOODS AT WHOLESALE. L. B. FITS & CO., NO 9 COL LEG E STREET, NASHVILLE, ARE now in receipt of the largest and most desirable stuck of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Thevbuverver before offered. Tbe attention of Dealers who purchase in tbiscitv (with cash or on abort titnei is respectfullv eolicited, with ihe assurance that we can and will sell as low as they can be purchased elsewhere. 1 bey rail special attention lo tiieir extensive slock ot LADIES' DRESS GOODS. Embracing a handsome line of French Merinos. Plaid Suk and Poplins, English and American DeLains and Co bcrg Cloths, Rich Kreocb Del-ainesand Casbmeres, and the largest stock of Prints they luve ever owned. The variety of Sattmets, Jtans, Tweeds, Cloths, Cassi meres, Vcstings, Linseys, Blk and Bro. Muslins, Jackonets, and Liuen-t is full, and Ibey respectfully ask buyers to call in twrly when in tbe market. They continue tosell superior Bolting Cloths. augil'J 2m TliTRSTON A- U ERNARD, No. y Union street, ARE now receiving their stuck of Fall and Win ter Dro-R tioods, consisting of Silks, Cash meres, French and Knglii-h Mbmiios, all Wool De- lanei, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, and a general assortment of Staple Goods. The abvegiiols were all purchased in the Eastern cities by one of the turn since tbe decline in prices of Foreign J!erchan'Vie, and will le fi ecly tillered to the public a prices thaimiut insurea re.idy sate. We repectfuilyinvit all to givo our stork aa exaimnaiinn octStf Gash fox Who&t & Hyc. JOSEJMI NA.N11, South. Eait Conitr Church and College Sts, N'asnvtlle.Sopt S 2m To Sportsmen. FALL A CUNNINGHAM have just received asplendid lot of Fl N K SUOT GUNS, to wbich they ask the atten tin of everv one iu search of a good Oun;"aming others they have 1 extra hue DOUBLE GUN incase complete; price f 50, call and see it at the sign of "THE BIG GUN." No. 47 Public Square, Nashvi le, octl2 lm dtn wAw FOSTER'S Ai7DIT10NTO EDGEFIELD. ON WEDNESDAV, tbeTlh of November next, on the premises vie will sell the remaindor of Foster's Addi tion to Edgetield. Our bill of particulars will be ready as soon as ponsible. LINDSLEV A CROCKETT, t31 tf sj, Oollege at. L R Glxick, Aneiioneer. fswol T t bnve JAI'FAKY Aj 5SO.MS. NEW VdliK. Imve vicanc.es tor a few smart taDable mlmmen hn have soma knowledge of Ih Lace and Embroidery busi iesEulcan influence trade. Apply by letter, stating I reviou i expenenc, and amount ot salary expected. octS8-awklmo. MARINE NEWS. THE OCEAN STEAMERS. SailiBs Pays to and from the United States FROM EUROPE. ATLANTIC, (Am.) Liverpool, Oct. 6, for .W York v5fJ,ANNf(Am-) South'ton, Oct,10,for....NewY-ork .Ki9A Liverpool, Oct. 13, for Boston ?J2fc,&m ?aTre' 0ct- for New Tork ?WIO, (Am.) Liverpool. Oct. 20, for New York .or (Ata-) UaTre- 0et 2. for New York NORTH STAR, (Am.) Havre, Nor. S, for.. ..New York FROM THEUNlTEn KTATtSl PACEFIO, (Am.) New York, Oct. 17, for.. .. UNIOiT, (Am.) New York. Oct. 20, for ..Liverpool Havre t : i ATLANTIC, (Am.) New Y'ork, Oct.81,"mr.'LiverDool HERMANN fAmA New York' Nor. a f ' " wlXT oauaua, iur.1 Kew xorx; ucl 21, for ARIEL, (Am. .ewYork, Nor. 8, for..... "."."' .'..Havre AFRICA, f BH) Boston, Nor. 7, for. Liverpool BALTIC, (Am.) New'York, W. 14. for..:; ! ..Liverpool ARAOO,(Am.) New York, Nor 17, for Hirre ASIA, (Br.) Boston, Nov. 21, for Liverpool MAIL ARRIVALS. Louisville daily 6 o'clock P. M. Chattanooga ( Eastern and 5 P. M. ' " a'al- Gallatin daily 5 P. M. Lebanon Mondar. Wednps'nv m,i f mJ.i. ioid r Tuesday. Thursday and Friday e'P.iL 1 'Y" " Auscauioia ounaar, weanesuay and Fridavll A.M. Memnhis via Wa rlr -SJ.tnft himellviile Monlav. Wednesdav and Fridav 8 P.M. Clarksville-gnnday. Wednesday and Friday 6 P. M. iraniutuo. Irftuisville daily 5 A.M. Chattanooga (Eastern and Southern) daily IU A.M. and 6J P.M. Gallatin 6 A. M. Lebanon daily except Sunday 5 A JiL TuSCUmbia TukkIuv. Thnrufatr o,l Q.(,l. a 1 lr Memphis via Columbia Wednesday, Friday and Sun nil it A A f ' MemDhiatria WavcrW. Tuesday, Thursday and Satuf. J r a' n uy o A. ill, Kussellville-Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9 P. M. Uthce hours from 6 A. M. to 1 P. M. P.M. for delivery at C P. M. j ne evening irau will De ready fc auvl uiurHiug qui ny 10 a. Oct 29, 1855. 8.R ANDERSON, P.M. AUCTION SALE OF SEASONABLE Brjr Goods, BY IRBY 910RGA1V & CO., EMBRACING TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, lam, 14TH AND 15TH OF NOVEMBER, 1855. TTHIS will be our last sale for this sea -on, and is design. ed to enable us to close out all our Consigned Goods! and to reduce our stock preparatory to the ifpring bu: We will sell, as heretofore, in lots to suit purchasers, with liberal privileges to large buyers, and in all cases Tositively without reserve. The stock will embrace a fine line of new style Prints iresh lot of Handsome Fancy Casamcre,' Blea. and Bro. Drills; Sea Island Domestic; Plaid Linscys; Tickings; Satinets; Shawls; Coburgs; Flannels all colors: TJ 1 Til ' xeu ijianisets; Negro Blankets (to close;) Over Coat HlmiK-pia- Black Alpacca?; Muslin DeEains (to close:) Alertnos (to close;) Irish Linens (to close;) Laces andElgings (to close-) Embroideries to (close;) ' Keady-Made Clothing (to close:) Heavy lot of Hosiery; Thread; Tapes; Plain Taffljta Bibbons; Velvet Ribbons (to close;) Meriuo Under sliirL, 500,000 approved makes ot Needles, (ordered closed out.) Together with the usual varieties a complete Dry Goods Stock. This sJ will ifler a fine onnortnnitr in II olficeo M buyers to replenish their Stocks. IKB MORGAN A CO, oct23 so. 4 ruotic Square. THOSE PREMIUM HATS AtJAIN I QUERY WHOSE HATS TOOK! ALb THE PRE. MIUMS AT THE STATE FAIR ? A.NS. WATER. FIELD A WALKER'S. WHOSE HATS TOOK THE FIRST DIPLOMA AT THE MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE f WaterSeld & Walker's. BY reference to the reports of the Tennessee Agricultu ral and Mechanical Afsociation it will be seen that all the PREMIUMS for the FINEST HATS were awarded to WATERHELD A WALKER. Thev alwi took the FIRST DIPLOMA for the FINEST HATS at the Fair of the Mechanic's institnte. These decisions by practical and impartial judges confirm the alreadv established fact that those who wish the Best Finest and Liahpftt Hntu ivill find tbem at ' octl3 WATERFIELD A WALKER'S. FINE SOFT HATS AND CAPS. iCR assortment ot Fine Soft Fnr Hats is large and de ' sirable, embracinir all the new and fuhinnahln KtrW I e do not ask fabulous Drices for them, our rate urn line and uniform. WATERFIELD A WALKER, Premium Hat Emporium, 26 Public Square, next to Gowdey's. nctlS A. J. FRANCISCO, MAN0FACTUBER AND DEALER TV Hats, Caps and Ladies' PURS, NO. 33, riJBMC SQUARE, Nashville. OPENING OF THE FUR SEASON LADIES' FANCY DRESS FURS. FUR CAPEt. MANTILLAS, MUFFS. VICTORINFS AND CUFFS, CARRIAGE UOBl. FOOT MUFFS ERMINE AND FUR TRIMMINGS. Ladies will bear in mind that the large assortment of Ladies and Misses Furs are now read v lor Exhibition at the Fur Emporium of A . JFRANCISCO, OCHS So. 28 Public ttanare MY AUTUMN STYLE OF MOI.Ei PSKIN HAT FOR 1355 is now readv for inspection at No. 23, Public Square. Those Huuwisu an eiegani ijittas iiat are in i vited to call aud leave thtir orders early. ' Those who left their orders durinir tha week. will find their Hats ready for delivery to-day. KRAXnrJI!'5 kl?l IT? oct!8 No. 23 Public Square. LONDON SMOKE, URDU N HUNUAItf AN, AND THE BROWN AND PEARL ALBUMS HAT. These ate entirely new styles of goods wotihythe attention of all who desire something tasty in the uai line. A. J. FRANCISCO'S. oct 13 No. 28 Public Square. Caps ! Gaps ! ! MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTH PLUSH CAPS AND of every description and quality, jus received and now ready at the FASHION AB1 A. HAT EMPORIUM, No- 23, Public Square. oct IS a., j. rnn.iioi;u. COUNTRY MERCHANTS A RE REMINDED THAT 1 HAVE Xjl the Ware-Rooms well btoiked with every thing NEW AND DESIRAIILE in mr line for the FALL TRADE. and would be pleased to fill their ggajj5SS2$& UlUVIS. A. J. FRANCISCO. octlS No 23. Public Square. WHO WAISTS A. HOME? THE subscriber offers for sale on liberal terms, FOUR COMFORTABLE RESIDENCES, situated as follows, viz: One on College Hill, near the Marl et House, fronting 45 feet on College street. One near the tiouth Nashville Manufacturinz establish- meut, fronting SS feet on Cherry street One near the Trinity Church, fronting 50 feet on High street. And the other near the residence of W. N. Bilbo. Es o. and fronting lOO Ieeton Overton street. Any one wubing to secure a neat and pleasnnt borne, convenimt to business, and on eood terms, would do we II to make immediate application, as the property m st, and will be sold. Apply very soon, to W. R. MOORE, oct 16 lwd wlo 43 Public Square. LIVERY STABLE. k THE undersigned having taken the r"C?RJE, Hfljri Livery Stable on Market St-eet, for " " merly occupied by the Messrs. Uamner's, second dcor below the Nashville Inn, and opposit tbe Mansion House, respectfully announces that be will keep on hand good horses and vehicles to be let to tbe hiring public on reasonable terms. He is prepared to take care of, in the best manner, all horses left with him, either as bearding borees or travelers. His Stable is situated convenient to business, and he wlli keep none but experienced ostlers and the best proven der the market will afford. Terms moderate. sepal dtri w&wtf W. H. HOWELL. LAUD OIL WINTER SPRAINED. FIF TEEN BARRELS winter strained Cincinnati Lard Oil on hand. This Oil Wks made last winter when the Ohio river was froien over, and is the only lot of winter strained in this market. oct27 DAVIS A SWAN. OBEX'S LAUX'sBJOK tor November, jutt lectiv KjC (d by ic:21 HAGAN A BRO: (MEDICAL BOOKS. WILSON'3 ANATOMY. TOWNES' CHEMISTRY.' - ' ' ERIOHSON'S SURGERY. OAGEAUX'S OBSTETRICS. TJ. S. DISPENSATORY MATERIA MEDICA. . KIRK AND PAGET'3 PHYSIOLOGY. WOOD'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. GROSS' PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY. MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE Taylor. WILSON'S DISSECTOR. Just received bv fnov2 JOHN YORK & CO. T UTNA3I FOR NOVEMBER Jost received JOHN YORK A CO. II AJIPER'S MAGAZINE, FOR NOVEMBER. PUTNAM'S " " " GODEYS LADY'S BOOK, GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE, FRANK LESLIE'S NEW YORK JOURNAL, " FRANK XESLIE'3 GAZETTE OF FASHION, " Jost received by novS JOHN YORK A CO; Wholesale Grocers and Commission KEW FIRHJ. ' TR. J. M. SWAN hnvingsold his interest in the House lVL of Davis and Swan t Capt. Merritt S. Pilcher. the business will bo continued under the name and style of UAV13, PILUUEK & UU. JAMES B. DAVIS, novl-tf MERRITT S. PIOHER. X38 Tbe services of Mr. S.M. SWAN are retained by u. whowill Ipata MhiiTtlv fnr Kw Orleans, fuilv authoris ed to make purchases and advance on shipments for our House. novll DAVIS. PILCHER & CO. A LL those indebted to the firm cf Davis A Swan will X.1L please come forward and make pavment: those hav. ing claims against us will present tbem for adjustment Either of us is authorised to use the name of the Firm in liquidation. J. B. DAY IS. nov ,'.55. J. M. SWAN. filavis, Pilcher & Co. (SUCCESSORS TO DAVIS AND SWAN) WHOLESALE GROCERS. . in n l AUCtlOn SUU UllimiSSlOD, KGCClTlDg ailU Forwarding Merchants. NO. 73; PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, Tl NNESSEE. N. B. We will have retrular Auction sales every Tuesday. Liberal CASH ADVANCES made on all Shipments of Uood.t. inovvi. AUCTION SALE OF .By avis, Pilcher & Co. ON TDESDAT Kov. f.th.we will sell for CASH in front of our Anction Rooms tbe folluwing articles, to wit: Co hhds Sugar very choice 100 boxes St Candies; 100 bajs Klo Cofl'ee prime; 0 obis reboiled Molasses; 60 do Pow'd and Crush- ed i"Ugir; 75 bhls Loaf Sugar; 00,000 Cigars, various Hr'nds 7S boxes Tobacco " " 80 (teams Wrap. Paper; lm) Gross Mason Blacking; 0 hbls Pike's M. Whiskey; 80 bbls Julius Smith do 10 do Old live do 15 do Cog Brandy 10 Eight Cask do 12 bbls SM Wine 40 do Tullow do 20 do Palm Soap; 15 kegs Indigo and Mad der; 80 doz Buckets; 10 nets Painted Tubs; 10 Hack Carry Buckets; AO doz Brooms; 100 Gross Matches; 10 bags Pepper; 5 do Spice. 20 boxes In p Tea; 20 dcz Bed cards; 4t0 half boxes Sardiner; 500 quar do do With many other articles usually kept in our line, nov 2nd DAVIS, PILCH tit & CO. 556 Acres of Fine jLasid A F fH WEDNESDAY, the 2Sth day of November next, w 1 will Fell on the piemises, to the hignest bidder, FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTi -SIX ACRES OF LAND, lying 50 miles SouHi of Na&hville. and one mile South of Bell-Buckle Station, on thu Nashville aud Chattanooga Kailnrad, which Railroad divides the Lmnd about equally iupis-'ingibrougb it. 'lhULaud is perpetually watered by Bell-Buckle Creek, which passes entirely through it, and from sereral never falling Springs on different poitions of the same. There arc about 2)00 acies cleared and the balance in Timber, pretty well set in Blue-Grass, all under fence, with uerer-faiiing running water in each pasM'e This Tractis all fine Land for tno production of Hemp, Corn, Wheat, Cotton, H.iy, of all kind. Blue-Grass, Ac. There is not u better Tract of Liiidin Tennessee in qutlity. As to location it is one of the moot healthy pluees in the State. There are several tenaments and oot-houses to each on the Land. TLU Land lies 8 miles East of Shelby ville, at tha point where the Manchester Rpud crosses tlie Nash ville and Chattanooga Railroad; which latter Road connects by railway, direct!), with till Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama; the be it market in the Union for grain and provisinus. There is TEN ACRES OF CtDAR LAND in addi(ion,which will be sold with this Land.tbat lies about 2 or 3 miles west by a level way. This 10 acres is thick ly covered with Cedar Timber. 5T" The sale will be at 1, 2 and 3 years, with interest, notra with approved ttcurily and a lien retained until pay ments are all met. Peisous paying one-fourth or more in cash, will not be required to give personal security, and will be allowed a liberal discount. Mr. Cox, on the premises, will show the Land. X3 Letters relative lo it, will Le addressed to the un derpinned, at Nashville, Tennessee. dot lm t V. K. STEVENSON". 23f" The Louisville Journal, Charleston Mercury ,and Augusta JSetitinel and Chronicle, will copy 8 times weekly and Tot ward bills to the Umox and Aiuckicax office. JLand Warrants. TTTE wish to purchase Land Warrants, and will pay tbe VV HlallESl' PRICE for thorn. Dealers in Warrants at a disiuncu, by sending lo us by mail or otherwise, may rely on getting the same as they wculd if personally pre s nt, and the MONEY i emitted, or paid to order. Trr us. nnvl, '55 tf DYl R PEARL A CO. A. J. DUNCAN & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Staple & Fancy NO. 70, TUBLIC SQUARE NASHVILLE. HAVE in Store a larga and well assorted stock of Brit ish, French, German and American, Staple ind Fan cy Dry Goods, which they will sll at extreme LOW PRI CES TO CLOSE OUT, preparatory for the Spring trade. MERCHANTS AND DEALERS are requested to examine our Stock, as presenting a most favorable oppor tunity to tupply their trade with seasonable goods upon the best terms. lOOO Pairs of Blankets, f qualities and color: consisting of Coat Blankets, Bed, Crib, Birth nod Negro Blankets, which we are telling at low prices. novl A. J. DUNCAN A CO. B Crutcher Horase. HAVING taken charge of tbis HOTEL, I have arranged lo refit and furnish it in a ityle to make it a comfortable and agreeable home lor ul! who may favor me with a call. A share of patronage is ..711 !.--.. .J 1 tfl n 1' JI'flTT respcuuiiy wmvueu. uuvi-ij . . ...iw . . PreiMliiiai Wall Paper. IKUMTllti VAUrAUlUKI Ol CaplPEl aa,.....r to whom was awarded the first Dreni- XtSya;""' iiim nt the London Exhibition and tl Nnw York World's Fair. We also, keeu cui,sunlr on band a large and beautiful variety Manufactured ex. pressly for us in this city, and the Eastern markrt. Pur chasers will find ourpresent assortment superior to that of any previous feason. PAPER HANGING done in the best manner by competent WORKMEN. J3f- COUNTRY MERCHANTS supplied at tbe lowest wholesale rates. W. W. FINN, novl, '55 ly No. 41, Market street. J5f Notics. Owing to our detention East, from protract ed illness, no specimens of our stock were exhibited at the late Mechanics' Fair. W. W. FINN. B. LANIER Ar CO., (Successors to Hart A Hollingwortb,) No. 5 Market Street, Nashville, WHOLESALE GROCERS Ai DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC I-IQTJ0BS. ocl28 B&TW 11 II jL EC A RT- SALMON'S VERZENAY CHAMPAGNE, SUPERIOR TO ANT OTHER BRAND IMPORTED. J. ME I ER, Jr., Sole Importer For the United States, AO. 1 ROADWAi; HEW l'OHK. octSO 3m. For Sale 8,520 Acres of Iron liantf 5 AAA ACRES in Lawrence county, and 3,520 in ,UUU Wajne. ALSO. Two Lots in Davidson county. One in Browns ville, 2 miles from the Suspension Bridge, containing 10 acres. The other is 15 miles from Nashville, 2 from the N.A C.K, and 1 from the Nvlenevilla Turn pike road, containiug 50 acres one-third well timbered and the balance good farmiDgland. GET F'ie unimproved Lots in different parts of the Citr S?" The 3,520 acre tract is offered in exchange fr Dry Go.xls, and is n favorable opportunity for peruius wishing to embark iu tbe iron busine&s. The above lands are offered on fair terms and can be eeen br amplication to the undersiirned. ucu. W. COWAN. ccta tfj At No. 4Zi Cherry St., Nashville, Tenn. UANIC NOTE LIST, Ac. COESlerio wiixlt er W. B- SHAPAKD - & Q Of,) ' A'ff. 50 CMvt etrtet, SaihtUlt, Ttnn. Tennessee Bar.fcs payable in the city to 1 i&n 111 leunessett pyaoie at urancues.,... Pianteit' Hank do do . Oniim Bank do- do n... All the Frre BanksiniTennessee.;..t. CitizjnsTBank of Nashville and, Memphis . . Bonk of Chattenoosa' Bank of East Tennessee Miner's and Manufacturers'Btink at Knoxville Ijawreneeburg Bank .. .. . y" Farmers' and MerchantaVBunki Memphis. .. par l-ir par par par iar par par broke broke 1 to 5 dis 2 tov4' dia 2 to S'dis' 1 to 3 dis- lecnanics tunc, . - cif - Maine '.v...?.- New Hampshire Rhode Island. &c All otber Lastern New York Oitv ...... par par 1 to it dis 1 to 8 par 1 to 5 dis par'- - par uncertain 1 dis . par ldis 1 to-2 par ' par i par uncertain 20 to SO dis Philadelphia and Baltimore Maryland Virginia, uiaujuKs .... do New do .... South Carolina ......... Georgia, Old Banks..... do Wiid Git Alabama State Bank .... Bank of Mobile....,..-.-, Southern Bank Alabama Northern do Bank of Montiromerv.... Louisiana Ohio : Indiana State Bank do WildCat Illinois do -. North Carolina to 8 dis Kentucky...... par Missouri par , to 1 pre tol to 1 -X to l to 1 to 1 f l'par acre- Gold New York Siffht Drafts. . . - Philadelphia do ftew Urleans do Louisville do Cincinnati do inoacro Land Warrants. ., 80 do do .... i0 do do NASHVILLE WHOLESALE PRICK CURRENT. ORKXCTEO WSIKLT BT JOU.VCO.V, HO EX a & CO.J ... . AX??- ., . I TENNESSEE IRO.N M"'n o.,Utan o) ,ih mar.common, S, Band, 6i6; BKKSWAX. floop. Yellow, p lb CANDLES. 23e Sheet, ' Mould Tallow. t It. He! uet ooller Iron, HinKS. Star, 54 to26c Green, f ti . DrySaltoil, HONEY. 7a7f Sperm, tQ&r. CASTINGS. lau Common Castings, P 5 -IKiSi Strained, t? Comb, I.ND1GO Carraeas if p J, Saiaj; ltaliii 1 ISM 25 Mill cranks dc liadtreous 4 Waeon Boxes 9 8 CUfKsK. Western Reserve. i la 10al3 14c L.KAIX. Bar, " LEATHEH. English Ualry, COAL. 8 8 Cumberland, f bushel 23a3W Sole, oak tanned, ti a. Java. f n, . g.-.airucs. 233 33a33 35a IU ui;uyra " !4alo MOLASSKS, Kio " 12a;U New Orleans. 9 enllou uurr-isu Sugar Houe Golden S nip ' Sheet, P 0, 40r lua'U 2 00 .-SAILS. Ataorted, p key, OILS. Manilla, t B, 0a22 Auiericaa Hemp, none con on. Lard, f galiou, 1 OUal 10 Uiisred " 1 ln.1 2u Ala. and Tehn p fi, 7aTl CUTWb VAHSS. j.Sperm " 2 00 TOOandMNt 7e 1? doz laucer'a, P gll b5 do sap (? iril 7Sal CO fAlNTS. tVhltelrad.lnoll. kee & Ml ouu oc " SOU ,9c " 1U0 JUk'e " 4-4 fchcetlng 8jc P yard Osnaburg l'-c I Teut Cloth, 3 jJs wide, 40c f'h..ir.i. I?... .in 1 - . r 33s45 spanuh Drown " PKOVISIONS, Bacon Hams, !? J 34 lla!2 larpaaun cioui, Oitc Twilled lidding, Ky,nli uo eaouiaera do sides " do hez round " Kulll 7a3 Planner's rtripes, Haiti lioiiims, 15&23 Heavy U'uolou Joans, 4IU13 Plaids or l.nue)3, 2Ua:i5 Seauilesa bajs, a 4 HI film Pateut mactube, sewed. 40 10 Beer, r'ork, Itutter, " 34 13415 tara, DKUUS ANU UYli SfUFKS. Heal, 9 bushel. Aloes, 9oajlUH 1? & S5a3.,JJfga, to all Alum, " 5a5)d KICK. Carolina, fresh pe r lb, I 6 ALT. Barrel, ner bnshrl 7B Borax Crude, " D0j25 refined, " 4Ual3 Briinluiie roll, " 5a6! CaiopborreSued " 55ai0 Hack, due per bag 3 uo uo corse SEEDS. aw Caniuaridcs " 9330a4UUj Castor Oil 9 gal 1 SUal jii ruam Tartar. P 8. 4jC0 I Cluver, p busbei 96 SO 4 OU Jiuiett, FlorSulphur, tium Arabic, " " Copal, " Ipecac, " Jatap, " Logood gr'nd Madder, " ilacne-ia, " Nuimilts, " Oil feipormerils" Opium " Ualcksilvor, " Khubarb, " .Sal soda, " Saltpotro. " 7 3Ua8 .STImoibv, 30a4 flax eed, C5a70l SHOT. 4a4 50Buck 9 bag 1 Soul 50, SOAP. 3 73a ( 00 1 OOal 30 2S5a2 30 S.U Cincinnati, brown, p 1, m17rrurpenllne Bar, " 1 10a! U5 Castile and Windsor " 5t.iGu STEEL. 5 flalO 20 t "0 American Bli.ler. f 7a8 S13 7 OO.Enffli.h do Jt 25 Cast, S3 " ie2o " 1SU13 " 12'aJ5 1 30aU OU sbear, 3c German, llal2iJCrowlej, Salenitus, ' Senna, " ougar Leid, " y, uuiiAKS. 33 .joAew Orleans, 9 ft 8;afl 20a30 Havana, white, " eaO verdigris, FEA1HKRK. 50 do brown " 7ad Loai, " lOal-i 25a3t),Crnned, I0al2 Powdeied, ' lUalSJi I7 0(i SPICES. 14 uo Spice. is Live Geese, (? . HSM. Mackerel, No. 1 p bbl No. 3 " FLOUK. 13 wi'Giiiger Kac, 9 ft 7al0 Cloves, 3340 St Louis, p bbl, Clnciuuali, tppe. 14 lACLOVT. Kenoerea, 9 t SKe TEAS. Imperial. 9 rL 30al 00 fcont Teont84ce bet, aCK ruuir. Kairfns, C box. S3 3i Almonds. 9 fi '.Mali Gunpowder, " 3U7S Vounjc Hyson, " 4UaCU Black, "' 40a75 Apples, dried, If bush 1 50 r-fruenes, Peeled Feachns, 75aeo 2 OU IUMVUU. Musselraan dc Meredith's Ginseng, p ft, 20a?- Sail Kod Twist, 75aS0 NecUr, 3ii37 do do IXL S'sla do do PK . S!5a2?i: Window 8x10, bx 3 30a4 5C uo 1UX1S, do 11x24, " 4 OtiaS 0 5 50aG 01 Langhorn & ArM JaaKlvor 43 Virania twist, ? fc, 25a30 GKAIN. Wheat, 9 bushel, 1 Kvr, to llKcntuckj, " Jlrai-O Lear, " 5a8 Corn, yellow" Oats, clean " 50 1 iv 1a e. 50a6i, Balling, P lb, S5a30 b PI HITS. uuaair iiaus; 2 J bushels each, none none Brandy, Fr., t? gal, 2 30a5 00 do Am. 75a 80c GUNPOWDER. Kum, Jamaica ' do American 1 23s 130c 75 1 30a 1 63 55a6U 35a 33 1 50a2 00 2 00a4 Oc 50a600 Rifle, 9 keg, 7 5W Blasting, " 3 SW Gin.HoUand, HEJIP. do American Manilla, 9 ft, none! Amrr. dew rolled 9 ft .... Whisky, " WINES. water retted " .... WOOL. Madeira. 9 crallon. Sherry, Common, 20 iiaiaga sweet, " Pine waibed, 20aa5 ron, 1 00a3 00 liAGGINO." Champagne 9 doz 8 30al0 00 48 Inch 251 44 20 Hope IOal2K HUGHES BROTHERS, riiEMiuar DAGUEKHEOTYPES AND PH0T0CEAPH8, UG Union Street. THE first Diploma was awarded to HUGHES BROS., by th Mechanics' Institute at the "late Exhibition for the best Daguerrotypes and Photographs," which proves conclusively the surperiority c our p' 'urciover a'l competitors. Tbefo pictures were not gotten up .cr the occasion, but such as they take daiH fur tbeir pa:ron.. . Citizens and strargers are folitelr invited to cail and tee the largest and best collection of pjciiaens in Ilo South octl4 tf VALUABLE HOTEL FOR SALE IN TUE WASUINGTON HOTHL and premiiM. con-k sisting of two halt acre lots, wita cnmmrd;ous'2i Brick and Frame buildings tbereon, cunta't ing about -0 rooms, and offices adjoining, and large doable stables. it nated on Main Street, not farfrom the B, Jl, Depot, will la sold on MONDAY 12T1I DAY OF N0VEM1IEB. on tne Pnblic Square, between the tours of 1 and 2 o'clock; on a credit ot one, two and three years. Kotes to be sat isfactorily secured, bearing interest fr .m the lstol Janua. ry next, when possesion will be given. A lein will tore taioed until tbe purchase money is paid. ' lALSO,if not'sold previously, a likely NegioGlrl and iJliild. She is about T rears old, heullhy.ugooilironer, sews very well, can bako cakes and is a capable kom-e scr Tan.aud nurso Terms Koto, well indorsed, payable iu bank at four months J. S. PAR !. oct. 15th Stw. Franllin Jimieir. IlT 3HANCEUY AT DRESDEN TENNESSEE SEPTEJJBEH RULES, 1855. lieforc the Clerk and Cluster at Dresden. II. M. L. Barton, Compl't. 1 John B. Turner, Wm M. Wilso... 0ti3 Bi and M. D. Cai dwell, Dcl'ts. J ON n-otion, and it appearing t" the satisfaction of tbe Clerk and Master, from the affidait herein filed, that William M. Wilcon, one of the defendants here named is not a citizen of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordi nary process of this Court can be served upon him, but resides without tbe limits of the same It is, therefore, or dered by the Clerk and Master that pnblicatieu be made for four successive weeks in the "Weekly Union and American." a newspaper publitlied in tbe city of Nashville and State of Tennessee, commanding the said defendant, Wilson, to appear before the Chancellor of the Western Chancery Division of Tennessee, on tbe fourth Monday in November, 1855 at the Court House in Dresden, and plead, answer or demur to the complainants' bill of complaint, or the same will hetakerrfor confessed as to him, ant the cause set duwc lor hearing at the f-aid November Term of said Court, ex parte. W. F. HAMPTON. CVA M G. H. Roulsto.v, Solicitor, proquertn. oct5 w4X TN CHANCERY ATDRESDEN TENNESSEE SEPTEMBER. STJLES, 1855. Before the Clerk and Muster ut Dresden. Coleman Smith wile, Compl'ts, 1 vs f Original Bill, John Ilouse and others, DePts. J IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Clerk and Master, from the affidavit Sled herein, that Lorenzo Parker and wile, Frances Parker, two of the defendants in this cause, are not citizensof the Slate of Tennessee so that the ordi nary process of this Court can be berved upon tbem, but reside without the limits of the same It is, therefore, or dered by the Clerk and Master that publication be made in the "Weekly Union and American," a newspaper rub lishul in the city of Naibville, Tennessee, for four succes sive weeks, commanding the said Defendants, Parker and wile, to'appear before tbe Chancellor of the Western Chan eery Division, at the Court Uonse, in the town of Dresden, on tha f mrth Monday in November, lS55,and plead, ans wer or demur to the Complainant's bill of complaint, or the same wiil be taken for confessed as to tbem, and the caus sat for hearing exparte. W.F HAMPTON, oct5 itw Clerk A Master. N'EW PX?BttQATid'N&f- pre. ; jTJsr out. ' - ' II A YARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORK. India, China and Japan. ; TOON, NELSON At CO.,-4 1-Union-St.,' Have just received many new and inteiosting books. A Visit to India, China and Japan, In the 3 earl 3 ji. By Bajard Taylor. Isora's Child. "Ainong the multitude of boolu'pressing forward for tiublis favor, none will retain a moie lasting bold pa tie, bearU affec'ions than ibis. We commend it Id Ib'e'atten lon of readers "American Index. REPRESENTATIVE WOMEN. TOON, NELSON & CO., 44 Union St nave received the following New Works. Representative Women From Eve, the Wile of the First, to Mary, the Mother of the Second Adam. By G. C. Baldwin, D. D. L'ora and the Doctor; Or, Kevelations ot a Physician's Wife.- - t Aspirations : . a -y , . An Autobiography of Girlhood. By Mrs. Manners. ' NEW SUPrLY OF Hidden Path. BT THE ACTBOS or "ALOXa." l uuji , Kiun uu., uavc jnst received THE HIDDEN PATH. By Marian Harland, Author of "Alone." "Few productions' of Ihe same class at the nresent dar are written with greater elegance of diction or charm of narrative. JHclanana juignirer. ALONE. By Marian Harland, of Richmond, Virginia. inn euiuun. DOESTICKS. What Ha Says. By Q. K. Philander uoesticKs, r. u. TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE; Or, Ufa in Kenfucky. By Mr?. M.J. Holmes. 3 THE LEGISLATIVE GUIDE. Containing all the itnies lor condurting business in Congress, Jefferson's Manual, and Gitixns Manual, with Conioua marginal references, explaining the Kula and Authoritr therefor; designed to hconomixe Time, and tecum uni. lormity in Uie proceedings of all Deliberative Bodies. ocizi K. H. BIIOCKWAY, WHOLESALE DEALER AND MANTJFACITJBEE 0J (jcntlcmens Uolhing, lYo. 71, Public Square, NASHVILLE. TENN. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. MY Stock of Gentlemen's Heady Made Clothing for the Fall and Winter Trade h now complete, enibracinjr cicit Tar.ciy iu Kiyieuua launcto oeiouna in tne tastcrn Markets: My bu'ineas beinR strictly and exclusively confined to me aianu' kcinrr enu kuo ct Clothing, enables me to oiler (greater inducement thin any other bouse in tbe citr, and should alone be euflicient gUfirautee to all who purchase Ktadr Made Clothiiir. that ther can snonlv thprniclrrs with a Oiuch larger variety of stiles and assortment of n . . I . . - . I 1 - .1 . T ..uo, o a iti yiivc, ujuii&iug meir purchases uirect irom the Manufacturer. f.ept5-tf R II. BIIOCKWAV. LADIES PARISIAN AND NOR I'HERN E.tl- POR1U.M OK FASHION, Crutcher House Huildlntr, Corner Churcbiiid Summer Street. MKS.PALMEKTUOM.VS, of.New York. Philadetphi-s and New Orleans, vould rejpectfullv inform the La- A r ,1 Ml J 1; . v . . . . . . . . . ttaurinc nun Ticiiiiir, tua. sne uas ctaoiianeu a orantu and located as above, and trust from her lopcr ex peuence and success in businc-vi to merit a large eh are of pairouae amonp tne nrsi lamities. Mrs. T. will pen about the 3d cf October, an .entirely an mil nivies, compruiug a iari;e variety ana asMirinienioi every description 01 uam Pans 1 rimmed Patterns, Night Dress, Caps Robe do, Cbambre do, Ac. Inftnts Patterns, single and incomplete setts, Uoya and liases do. Millinery, Dress Trimmings, Embroideries, Dimitv Bands. Fancv Toilet AmipIm Ai rhittrn' Embroidered Clothes, latest Fashions. Mrs. T. begs to cull he particular attention of Ladies' to her new system of DievS Making and Baqu'nes, which combines fa-diiou, taite, style and elegance, with improve- uiLub ui Figure. t Ladies can select their own patterns, and relv on nunc- iLaiuy. I'lnmn done netveEt patterns, rmbroide'intr Patterns stanined. or worked. L'coxomt a.NO FAsmoNOieiues. liaja nnes. Sanues. Ac. wrau uue-j iu ir.utaoricsi pots-Die lime, at n mninj charge, to that Ladies cn select the.r own patterns from thu latest stvles (weekly received) make theirown dresses. acu secure a periecl lit at a more nominal cost. (-cm urn. TO THE Pl'llMC. Be not deceived, O ye of" tittle fiiith, AftTICLB I SECTION 1. I do assert that the Spectacles sold by me as the Concave Convex Glasses, are the same article ai those known in this cttvs the Iirazillian Pebble: and for the benefit cf ihoee intetested, I am willirg to back my as sertion with ONE HUMIKEU OOLLAtta. r-ec. 2. Please notice the difference in prices. The arti. no iui ituiuii jira nave juiu uucea uoiiarv, 1 will sen lor .1. r. . I 1. t : 1 r. i 1 1 .,. ... ien: tnose or wnicn von n ive naid uve dollars 1 will m?h lor three, in all cafes warranting mine to be the same qual ity of glasses, the quj-liiy of metal equal and workmanship riease notice mat a sen 'urcasn. as my prices ustity. J. FLO WE. S, octiz tl 41 union sf. THE SUIISCRIRER IS NOW RECEIVING IN ADDITION TO HIS WELL ASSORTED STOCK CUNFECl'lONARlE: 20 chests of Green and Itlack Teas; very fine; 20 cases Italian Alaccuroni; 10 " Vermicella; 40 barrels ut.-, a&Miiied; 10 cases French and 20 cases New York Mustardr 20 cases Sardines, halves and quarter.1; 5 " Pruuea; 20 " Pine applrs in bottles; 200 dczen FREStt COVE OYSTERS; 40 boxes Pine Apple Cheese; 50 " Eoglish Uairj; 100 " V ate n Reserve; 100 gross Matches; 65 boxes EoglliJi Pick les, assorted; 50 boxes Claret; 35 baskets Champagne; 2 puncheons Scotch Mall Whisky; With L' ndon dark and other Brandies: PortSherrv and Madena Wine in wood and bottle. London Porter and cotch Ale. Jainaici ltum: Gin: CordiiU; Maraschino: Cuncoo: Sauces: Ketcbup.Laver ltaisens. Currants: Dates: Citron, Lobster; Salmon, Nelson's Gillatine; Isenghtss; Cigars. Ac.; and is daily receiving Oranges; Lemons: Co coa Nuts; Pine Apples, with a large variety of other ar ticles in Dis line, too numerous ui mention, wuicn will be sold very cheap. GEOKGS GKE1G, nasnville, Uct. go. '55 em 87 Union street. 'rllK EARJJI ON WlitCU JOUA fc. ObhAVfcrf, J Esq., resides, is for sale It lies on the L- ui.rillo branch Turnpike, six and half miles from Nashville, and contains THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE acres of Land, one fourth of wb:ch is heavily timbered. The improvement!! are very good, especially tbe OWELLING HOUSE AND BAKN. The route selected fcr Ihe EdgeSeld and Kentucky Rail mad, proposals for the building of which 3Ave been ad vertised for, passes through this Farm, and it is probable, fium the distance, that tlie first Depot from Nashville will be placed on or near it. 1 would be trilling to stll one hundred acrw, including the I'welling House, Barn, Ac , and to retain the balance. Terms tibcnd. (octtT) WaS'USGTON BARROW. SILVER WAKE. WARRANTED iqual to coin, aud none sold but what I hav ,5 ciade aud my name stamped on it. I l ave a large iwsortmens of Forks, Spoons, Ladles, Cni Tea Seit, Ac, Ac. Orders will be r;ceived, and all kindii of HIver Ware, including FAIR PREMIUMS, made iu the t-bortejt po?si bletiuie. and fnrn'sbeJ at Icwlb.vn Philadelphia and New. York retail prices. W. H. CALHOUN, " ncWO 6m- No 15,1'ubilcSqaaec AlKRCHANf TAILOIv, ' CORIIER L2ADERICE: STBEET AND THU "-QUARE. i now supplier iruh a suenor block ot Gnuus, and rtoly to wait upou ail who iaav f iror hi m with a rati A rich assortment of GENTLEJIEN'S EURNISU-, ISti ('ODDS always ou ban-' tvpi7 it. h. jr. hKeroyd ArO. 19 SOUTH sGMllEtt STREET, Nashville; lNEWESi PLAN3, Elevations, Sections, and foil sized detail Drawings o' every part of city and private resi dences, with entire specifications, Ac, as made by the best New York and English AtcbitecU. nctlS ly. DISMILUTION.-TUE 10PARTNER.-H1P HERE TOFORE existing under tLe firm and style of IUet A nut-LiNGswoaTU, was dissolved on the 2tb inst, b mu tual ctmsent. A I! persons indebted o tbe late firm are re quested to make immediate tettlement. Either partner is authorized to use ibenameof lh?:Tjiin liquidation culy, HBSRY HART, Jr oct27-tf S N. nOLLi.NGSWORTH. "VT A ILS.-tOO K.KG.S WHhfc.LI.NG N AILS; best beds J V Just received and Tor sale bj oct27 E.S. CHEATHAM A CO. CHEKSE, AJiE AND Dill ED IJEEF.-100 BOXEcJ WESTERN RESERVE CHEESE; So BARRELS FRESH ALE; 2 CASKS SUGAR CURED DRIED BEEF; Just received and for sale by octaiT E. a. CHEATHAM A CO. (OFFEK (NEW CROP.) 200 SACKS, PRIME V.RIO COFFEE. Jnst received and Tor sale by -oct27. E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. "VTOT1UE 1 tcteby given to Micheal iui man, Jiob Nyman, John Nyman, E.irabeth Cnpp, (or Buck,) formerly Elizabeth Nvman, Satann h Tbumar, formerly Susannah M man, Eve Snyder, formerly Eve N'jman. Ann Thomas, formerly Ann Nyman, asd he children of Ger trude Suyder, formerly GertruJe Nyiaan, namely, Mrs. Reese. Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Pencil, and Mrs. Strobeeler, heirs and legal representatives of Wyant Nyman, late of Chapman Township, in the county cf Union, and -tale of Pennstlvanta That, by virtue of a writ of Partition or Valuation issued out of the Orphan's Court off-aid coanty cf Union, to me directed, an alias Inquisit'on will be beld on the premises, at the late restden-e of the said Wjant Nttnan, deceased, in Chapman Township aforeaaid, on Monday, tbe 25th dayot Jiovwnbernex', at 10 o'clock a. n. of said dai, when and where yon miy attend If you shall tbiuk proper. octii5 3tw JOUN B.ESSLER, SbenfE. Sheriff's Office. New Berlin, Oct 11, 18D5 HEAT, 20,000 bushels wanted. JOSEPH NASH, miggj itw - 31 College srreet T ALTI3IORE COFFEE. 700 sacks prime tot choice, iust received and for tale br ptS W. U. GORDON A CO UAILROADS, NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOo G A SAIL . ROAD. , , UPGE 0F SCHEDULE. . fijL. ?" Train, "IU berunl and iron Chattanoora u Chattasooca Day Train leaves SaihrlUe. at 7i V ...i . NizhtEiprrss teste. Sash vnie .t 630, r.M.,ar?lTtncat. Chattanooga at 8:10, A.M. ' ' S" HETTJKNINO, Daily Traln.lswea ChiUxnoogm. at ftlo, AAl.,arrrrmzat afb villi-at 40, KM. "urx Night Bxpieu leaves Chattanooga at arrivbic at Nashville at 60,AJI. , H.I. ANDERSON. Nashville, ot- 30, 1833. Soperinieadsnt. SUPPLEMENT TO FREIGHT TARIFF. SUftUINTENliENTS OFFICE,"! N. A C. RalueoAD, Oct. 10, lf55. ON and after Saturaday. 20ib inst.. Grain and Flour over the Nasnville and Chattanooga Raibxad will b charged at rates as below tatioh to CBATnaooaA-l waiT coaii. oat, rutea. ( perbo. perba. perba.pcrbbU From Nashville, Laverznei and Smjroa........ ....I 10 ct. 9 eta 8 eu 43 et. 4 r from Mnrlreesboro, Chris tiana and Pojtervllle,... 9 " From Ballbuckle, Uir traco, Shelbyvllie and Normandy............... 8 From I ullaboma, Eatill's Sprliijrs, Decberd and Cowan,.... 7 From TanUlon, Anderron and Strronson, 8 44 From Bildceport, Shell, luound aud Wuiiealde. 3 station to mint u i. From Cba Uno.(, Sball raoandand Whiteside,.. 10 " From Brdgsport, Steven son, Anaeraon and Tan talon,.... 9 From Coii, Decberd. Ka li' ' Bpriuj'a and Tulla homa.. . t 3 8 7 " 4 " so r 4fl : u 23 ! 6 . From omianJy,Wanri-B,j oaisjTiue ana ueu-i bnckle ! - ? . a From PuatrrvUtt). Chrls-1 uana ant .Murirahr r Fpn Florence.iiijrnaaadj 1:: i-avergno,. !0 Flour at the atwirA kim tr. k. .1 . . ... ty-hve barrels and nnwards. at nr. itm. -k 1 quantities, fire cenU per barrel to be added. Flour in sacks will be transported on sama terms 200 Ibi to be d harKed "8 one barrtL 1L I. ANDERSON. octJ3'tC Sa erintendenL SOUTHERN Itiilfrt-: imtiv i.l-i..,.. J?KLJSJJ5thJnst- to the or June, the Rates oT ireight fromChariestou and Savannah to NaahTUi. nui UCIUlUIIUHBi r 01 FIRST CLASS. UOf)t3 and OUlUonisrv. Knnta Khruu. IT... . liquor and Oils. ' " Carding" Smrita Tn'T"ntin ll caakj and barrtls, nr, :' "'e 'IP ln cases. Clock. Confectienerv. Cutltrv. In twir .iM n nj in boxes and biles. ' ' )rngs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Garden Seeds. ri.t"k,ntr GLuSe" nd LookiDfT Glasa Plates, - at owners' Ovsters. in cans anil inr fl,ll-. t; ti. t Spic-es.pe'rlOOlbs. ' ' ' iCcZ .. . SECOND CLASS. . . ehinery'Tlre' TCpt CatlerT,'' Uvy Cajtini and 2U Foreign Liqnors, in barrels or pipes. Cordage, Tobacco, in botes, Carriage Springs and Axles, Leather, in. rolli and boxes, Oils, in barrels or casks. Crockery and QueeruC ware, in crales and casks. Rice. Zinc, Whiting, PUsterlof Pans, Ac per 100 It. u SI'ECIAL RATES. ' "S Furniture. Piano Fortes, Carriara," boxed." and other light articles, not enumerated. Abo. Carboys ot Acids, will be t-ken at actual weight, but charted doubui. 1st class rates per 100 lbs. 12 20 All articliM. not enumerated, to be lAaresdatrateao' analagous articles. . From the 1st of June to tha lt of December, thty wiU be charged as follows: 1st class, as above, per 100 Iba 25 2d do do do do ........ 1 00 Special rates, do do ' " HQ J Merchant! shippine from tbe Eastern cities will floS this ; the cheapest, as well as the most expeditions ranted rreightsfrom.W York and PhUadelpbia to Chariestoa andbavannah ranges from 6tolicenta per cubic footr according to class and character of vessel a. As the Railn-ad Companiea at- Charleston- ana Mr.in-"-nah have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding olf Merchandise, it will be necessary to consign to Commusion. Merchants at those points. Shippers may rely opon a strict adherents to the aboriTt' rates. 1L I. ANDERSON, Sup'CN.A C. K. R. SI'ECLVL NOTICE. Ito shipments entitled to the above rates unless each aadr- .ntrrnti-tiiTali.. ll.- ...... .In.. i . . . "-.r ui Mio iseuui oiueiiverv. anu theinitials N. A C. It. II. plainly marked unon it. ashville. Jan. 11 tf H. I. A. EROAl NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEaNsI THROUGH IN FtiUR HAYS. FARE. THIR1Y DOLLARS K VIA Chattanooga, Atlanta, and West Point to Mont gomery bv Itailroad. TickeU to be had at th 1i pot. Price $16 50. From ilontiromerr to Mobile, hi- rinnhU rt.n.- I:. ' (morning and evening) of Stagesand Steamboat, connect tng with the steamers from thence to New Orleans. it. I. A.l)blttu.-v,ofn-;0p'ty.A i;.R.R. , RAILItOAIl MITUrK. " COTTON destined Tor Charleston will, on nd after this date, be chanred t4'i5 oer bale of 500 lbs. nr tpi mil S5 cents per 10t) lbs. for excess ofover 500 lbs. septt-j a.L ANDMtSON.Snp't N. A. C. R. R. TENNEsSEIi AND ALAUA3I V It MLItOAD. f mi&BissaumMBL- ON and .nfter Tbursdav. November 1st, 1305, Trains will run as tol ws: GOING SOUTH Leaves Nashville at K:40 a 11 rand 8 r u irn. . v Thompson's at S i5, a. at ,and t t5- RETURMNG. Leaves Thompson's at 8:45 x at : and 5. v v- Nashville 10s2 v.. and 1 80. p. x On Sundav's one Train onto leavimr Nashville at T. . m and Thcmpoon's at 8:45, a. m ine Slates 01 uarter, l nomas Ailough courect with the Trains at Thompson's inrougn iicxew to Memphis, Wavnesboro. Jackson, l'nscumbia. Florence. Colombit. and Pulaski n k.nr. cured at the General Stage Office under the Verandah Ho- ei- A. ANDERSON, nov2-tf R. Eng and Snp't. TENNESSEE AND ALABAJLl RAILROAD TO COLUMBIA, WAYNE SE0P.O JACKSON, LAGBA AND KiaPHIE. QPLLNDID Four Horse Ouuche from kJ iranklin to Lagrange, connectiLg at.2 uiiiscpoiau will lue itaiuouus to Tcscumbui, Plcrence and llcatgoaiery, Ala., and Aber deen, Colnatbns and Canton, ilisrruippi. 'The Que Four Uorse Coach Linos 10 these points) are all in excellent order, making a clusx connection with the Rail road at Franklin, Tenn. Express Train leaves t ie Depot a! 6:30, A. M. Also, to Puhishinnd Elkton, and to all places throughout the Southern country. W have Splendid Lines running, connecting, with the Railroad it Franklin. Passengers for Pulaski aud Elkton willleave Nashville on the 2 o'clock, P. M. Train, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Accommodation Line I -caves Nashville dailv at 2 o'clock. P. eonnectiny at Frsnklin with a Dailr FourUorse Hrairli I Jn tn rni.ti w UIA. For all information, Thmugh Tickets. Aa. apply at the General Railroad, SUge and Omnibus Office, No. 24 Cedar Street of.povite the i'oit Oilier. N. 1L Omnibuses will call for passengers in any part ol tbe city. mb2S-tf I"EvN.YLVANIA itAlLKOAD. THE Great Central Ronfe.coonectiog the Atlantic cities with Western, Northwestern, an Southwestern States, br a cnotinnous Railway direct. This read also connect at Pittsburg with oaily ine of Steamers to all porta 00 the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sandusky with Siea-iters to alt pons on the Northwestern Lakes ; makinir Uie rn.t di.net, duuyat and relutbU ronU by which r'ith.Ilf.-IT caa be forvarded to and from the (treat VTttt Rates between Philadslnhia nrA PUta,w T.'riT( 1 i.ko 1 i . (in boxes,) Furs, Feathers, Ac SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery, Dry Ga-ds (iu bales,) Hardware, lea ther, Ac THIRD GLASS Anvil. Bagging, Bacon, and Pork (in bulk.), Hemp. Ac FOURTH CLASa-Cutfee, Fish, Bacon, and Poric 1 packed.) Lurd and Lard Oil. ?o per 10O '(50a per 1001b 50c per 100B 40c per 100& Vff-lu fcbipiuoir Goods from nnr rxn'nt East of Phtla- delnhia, be particular to mark package " rii Fenntitlcanix ItaiUvad" All Goods cnniigned to th Agents of this Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with out detention FniaouT Aoorra. Moses Potter, Boston; J. L. FJliott, N. York; E. J. Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A Koons, Baltimore; George C. Franciscus, Pittabnrg; Sprigmaa A Brown, Cincinnati, Ohio; J. S. Moorhend. Loaisrille, Ky.; B.C. Meldrum.Aladion, lnd.; Kltcliff A Co SU Louis, Mo. ; J. S. Mitchell A Son, EvansviJIe. Ind. H. IL HOUSTON, General FreiaU Agent, PAOida. n. J. LOMUAERT. Sujlt,AUoQna, Pa. janl lr I'ENNSk L VAN I A JC.AILROAD. THREK Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7K, A. M., and Pitta burg for Philadelphia at 7.A.M. THE FAST LINU leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M., and Pittsburg for Ph.Iadelphia ot 1, P.M. THK NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11. P.M,and Pituburg forPhUadelphia at 10, P.M. Tne above lines connect at Pi ttsburg with tbe Railroads to arulf'rvm St. Ionia. Mo.; Alton. Galena and Chicago, III.;. 1 rank fort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra Haute, Madison, Lafayette nd Indianapolis, Ind. ; Cincin nati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo, Cleveland, Colnmous, Zaneaville, Jlasaillon, and Wooster. Ohio; also, with tbe Steam Packet Boats from and to New Orleans. St Louis. Louisville and Cincinnati. Through Tickets can be bad to or from either cf the above places For further particulars, see Handbills at the different rtartinj points. Pusneugers from tbo West will find this) the shortest and most expedmous route to Ph:!adelphla Baltimore, New 1 ork or Boaton. TUOS- MOORE, Aokxt. Pautnger Linet, PAUada. J. MESKIMEN, Aaixr. Pattengtr Linee, Pituburg. rniiaueipuiii, i-hhj jorja aj ijaa V 1IAUS. 10-) bale best gunay baf. Just received and for sale by ept3 W. J3. GORDON, A CO.