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SUNDAY MORNING, NOV. 11, 1855
The-nextimc Stab, Convention wi.l be held, j
bj adjournment of the last Convention, t Nashville
ii&xuua&iii si&iii uujviiUa .
vie Bin J us airy next, ins democrats ot tie serf
counties la the 8tbs are 'requested to take measures to
secure the attendance of full delegations.
Br order op rat Htati Cokkittee.
" Nor. 13, 1855 w. t d.
NEW YORK POLITICS.
, If the True Whig bad copied the whole of the ar
,t(tle from the Louisvillo limes, a ehort wctract from
fetich it published yesterday morning, it would not
h we needed to ask us anv Question. VVe very
neerfuUy adopt the language of the Times, that the
t'fh of New York are as much better than the
LJuck republicans and know-nothings, as the Hards
f re better than the Softs. The black republicans
jure arrayed themselves in direct antagonism to
ie Constitution, and have boldly proclaimed their
determination to sever the "Union unless they are
I ermitted to trample the provisions of the Consti
j ition under their feet. Tbe know-nothing have
iioslared their unalterable hostility to the principles
( f the Nebraska bill, and resolved that the South
aWl not profit by the repeal of the Missouri com
jTomise, which in other words means that Kansas
(hill not be admitted into the Union as a slave
Mr. TJUman, confessedly one of the most nation
al men of tbe know-nothing order in tbe free States
r-ihe know-nothing candidate for Governor one
vear ago thus expressed himself about thcNcbras
a bill in a speech delivered at Troy, New York, on
tl.e 2d of October:
'And vet this democratic President, forffettinft
It e solemn responsibilities of Lis high portion, lent
tmselfto tbe scheme ot a .Northern senator to
K-jpentbe agitation which had shaken the govern
Ient toils centre. It was a crime against the na
t.uii. In the termsof the Frenca aphorism, 'it was
worse than a crime, it was a hlundtr.'
The Missouri Compromise was, in its day, an
licnjrablc settlement of a difficult question, by hon-
ui&ble men. Theic were, ot tbe time, just doubts
rj? to its constitutionality. But both Houses of C n
ie:S, containing such men as Clay, Pinkney, Han
oi Ipb, ilacoa, and Lowndes, passed it, and the
Piesident, Mr. Monroe, and a Cabinet cousitinof
Adams, Crawfoid, Calhoun, Thompson and Wirt,
unauituously concurred. It was a time-honored
compact. For more than thirty years the nation
had sacredly guarded its observance as a solemn
duty. I know that Mr. Clay so regarded it. Tbe
Compromise of 1850 lent an additional sanction to
it. ilo.v amazing then was tbe fatuity of Franklin
Pierce and Stephen A. Douglas to re-open this
qJttiiou, and set the nation afloat again on a rapid
Ma of agitation,, without chart, compass, or rud
der. This Northern President and this Northern Sen
ator, with trie aid of forty four Northern members
of tbe House of Representatives and sixteen North
ern Senators, repealed the 31is50un Compromise,
an act ot unparalleled folly. It has not only de
stroyed (hs whig and utterly demoralized the dem
ocratic patty, but it has atarmed all the conserva
tive men of the nation, and placed in imminent jeop
ardy the integrity of the union of these States. To
my mind Southern statesmen made a mistake,
scarcely to be retrieved when they accepted this
paltry bid from the hands of a Northern Senator
and a Li .itneru 1'resideut. It can be of no practi
cal advantage to them, and may lead to fearful re
sults. Had they refused it, the American people
would ba.-e been relieved from a vexed, disorgan
izing, and unnecessary agitation, and the South
would have been entrenched in an imnrecnablc no
silioii. Perhaps it is not too lite to tetrieve the
etrot. Tne conservative men ot tbe nation, Noitli
and Jsouth, have it m their power to do so, it they
will j Jin hands in a spirit of moderation, good faith,
and patriotism, on the basis of tbo American Or
ganization." Tbe meaningof this cannot bo mistaken. An
other compromise of the slavery question must be
patched up; the Missouri Compromise probably.
The South has at last found out the meaning of
the vvoids "moderation, good faith, and patriotism,"
wk-m m the mouth of a northern politician. They
mean simply that the South muit yield all or one
half ol her rights for the purpose of pacifying tho
Northern abolitionists. The South has suffered
enough by such quackery. The moderation, good
faith, aud patriotism which she ask3 of the north
ern members of the confederacy is implicit obe
dience to the constitution, and the faithful execu
tion of every law passed in pursuance thereof.
The softs, although very far from being sound
upon the slavery question, and falling very far be
low the Democratic standard of nationality, occu
py a platform much less objectionable than either
the republican or know nothings and their triumph
would, in our opinion, be a very serious blow to
the great sectional movement- which is pervading
the whole of the Nenh. If the bia'.k republicans or
know-nothings carry'New York, the sectional pary
for the contest of '50 is organized, if they are de
feated in New York, the scheme will be abandoned.
The New York Journal of Commerce, t;mn
which there is no more national and conservative
paper in the Union, takes this view of the subject.
"The right, safe, and only available course, which
can bo taken by those who Je3ire to reicue the
State from Seioarditm, who wish for probity and
integrity in its administrative affair?, who would
uee the executive department filled with men capa
ble of exercsing a salutary influence on legislation,
is to vote for the SoitShell Democratic ticket.
Those who wish to attempt to organize tectum
aiisin, for the purpose of raising Seward to tiie
Presidency in 185C, will not effectually attain their
object by assisting to unite the Democracy in the
support of such men. It is the only power in the
State that can conquer his motly troop of follow
ers, and overthrow hie plunder dynasty."
A Pajoc. The nv, s by the Baltic created quite
a panic in New York on Saturday last. Prices of
all kinds of stooks went down rapidly. The New
York Commercial Advertiser of Monday evening
The panic still continue?, .without tho least
change for the better. At the second board on
Saturday prices went still further down, and tbe
same tendency continues this morning, with large
sales of some of the speculative descriptions. Of
Erie about five thousand shares were Fold opening
at 43, going down to 42, and clo'ing at -J2 J, which
is 4 J below tho final price at tbe first board on Sat
urday. Reading opened at 80 and closed at 78.J;
2J decline since Saturday morning; Cleveland and
"Toledo declined 3; Cumberland Coal 2; Galena
and Chicago lj; Michigan Central, M ohigun South
ern, and Northern Iudiana and Harlem Railroads
1, and Panama Railroad and Nicaragu Transit
all as compated with tbe first board on Saturday.
The money market partakes of the ame uneasy
condition as the stock market, aud the rates are
unsettled. Some failures to mako good tho differ
ences are mentioned in stock tirJe:!, and in all prob
ability others will occur.
Wheat and Coppf.b Oke. We have procured
from the officers of the Macon and Western Rail
road, the followiug statement of the amount of
Wheat and Copper Ore shipped upon that RoaJ
during the last thtee months.
In Aueust, 149,326 bushels of wheat pas?ed
over the Roud from Atlanta to this point; 137,134
bushels going to Savannah, and 12,102 bushels go
ing to Columbus.
In September, 137,843 bushels of wheat pased
over the Road; 130,000 to Savannah and 1,513 to
In October, 103 626 bushels were carried by tho
Road; 89,851 going to Savannah, and 13,772 to
From this statement our readers may be enoblrd
to form some idea of the immense quantity cf
wheat which has been exported troai this State
tincethe last crop came in, to fill the orders of
During the three months of August. September
and October, 6,632 boxes of copper ore were car
ried, over the Macon and Western Roaii. all of it
goiDg to Savannah to be shipped toth.- Ninth; and
vce are informed that the quamtity uf orn wtiiuu
( a?3cd over tbe road during tin- previous quarter,
embracing thff months of May,-June bik! July, wa-i
tour limes as Itre. Mccon Journal Mid JJnsen$tr,
i. EZion of iC Ui.UtiatA Avurteam j
, Jli I'lnunews jrom Europe isiiosof avery df'fi
Oi'd i ature, yt in its aspecti upon the pafitics ct
th varlt-is hfehlv important. "If showslhfs, that
RujjhflSDO intention . to jieU.tq.tlie high cob-
trtcii.ig partie3 who have leagued together to ro
a,,(? Mr to a wcoau rc power,
'n 1 W,f. fsras c?n'be ? LtCerned he -
. h....l. tp
Dies, exhibit tne same ousuuaiu cnaiouci ium u
made -tbe JJutso Slavocs such mighty conquerors
for t.e last hundred and fifty years.. The Emperor
of Russia had atrived at Odessi with tho Grand
Duks, Michael and Nicholas, and thence passed
on to Nicolaeff. Nicolatff is stated to bo a city of
38,000 inhabitants, the grand depot of Rurala on
the Jllack Sea, whence a large part of the munitions
of w ir have been supplied with which Sebastopol
ban been so long and heroically defended. It con
tains till a prodigious quantity of the materials of
war; and although fortified, five new redoubtshave
been ordered to be constructed by the Emperor
sioco his" arrival. Lieut. Yolohafl' is the engineer
under whom they are to be made. The Allies
havi yet serious'work to do before they shall have
got possession of the Black Sea; and whether they
will succeed in this favorite object or not is yet a
problem. Their next movements of their fleets
and considerable detachments of land forces are
staW to be against Oekschakon, and Odessa. At
tbe latest uate that by tbe Ariel uews of the
bombardment cf Odessa by tho Allied fleet wa3
The financies of tho Allies appear to be already
upon tbo strain. Tho last loan in France, it now
appear, was taken largely by speculators men
without the amount of capital which they subscrib
ed and a deficient harvest having come immedi'
ately upon its close, the price of the loan and the
demand for it has so declined that they are obliged
to sell at a heavy loss. This is not an encouraging
prospect to the Government iu regard to luturo
loaii3. In England the Bank has advanced the
interest upon discounts to 5 whicb is a very
hish rate in that country. But it was-dtcmed in
dispensable in order to stop the drain of specie.
In domestic affairs, the Secretaries of the differ
ent Departments here have accumulated already
much of the material for their Report; and no
doubt the President has begun to arrange the
various topics of his Message.
The movements of provisions forwarded to New
York and Baltimore and Philadelphia and Boston,
are brisk and extensive. Baltimore is commanding
a goodly sharo of the Western trade, as, from her
long and indomitable exertions to that end, she
eminently deserves to do.
I havo already given you copious extracts from
the .Secretary of War's Report in relation to the
IUilroad route near the 321 parallel of north lati
tude. The following extract will give additional
information of interest:
" The coal of the Brazos' and that from Poget
Sound may be used over tho 1200 miles from San
Pedro, to within 200 miles of the Brazos, at a mean
cost per tou ol Slu.
"The portions of the route where unusual means
must be resorted to tor supplies ot water, have at
ready beeu pointed out Under the most unfavor
able supposition?, the cost per mile over these por
tior.s, ot obtaining water by artesian wells, will not
probably exceed $1000, an expenditure greatly
overbalanced by the saving in road-bed lorniation.
from the regularity and smoothness ot tho arid re
''Tbe mode and probable cost of obtaining water
at short distances in the dry region?, by artesian
wells, reservoirs, and deep common welis, are
discussed in the accompanying detailed reports.'
The practicability of the method by artesian wells
is now buni; subjected to trials, it these should
fail, of which, however, in the Slano Estulado,
there is little probability, the permanent streams
and large spnngs are suuiciently near tor tbe pur
noses of a railroud: and since its construction over
these districts will require small working parties,
the expense of supp'ymg them witn water and fuel
i when necessnrv. will not largely increase the cost
The length of this route from Fulton
to San Pedro is,
The sum of the ascents and descents
To overcome which is equivalent in
tqe cost of woi king the road, to
traversing a horizontal distance of
621 miles, aud tbe equated length
of tbe road i3,
The estimated cost is
EXTENSION OF THE P.OCTE or THE 32d PARALLEL TO
"The topographical features of this extension of
the route are, with the exception ot tbe mountains,
favorable to cheap construction.
"From Fulton to San Francisco the distance is
2039 miles; the sum of the ascents and descents,
42,008 feet, which is equivalent to 795 miles: and
tbe equated length of the road is 2834 miles; the
estimated cost is t93,120,000."
From the London Jionotiiist, Oct. 20.
THE BANK Or' ENGLAND AND OF FRANCE.
The Bank of England has again raised the rate
of discount to six per cent, upoh bills not having
more then sixty days to rua, and to seven percent,
upon bills having more than sixty days and not
more than ninety -five days to run; for longer
dated bills, no minimum rate is fixed. The Bank
of France has also raised the rate of discount to
six per cent. These changes have taken place in
die face of returns which would appear fully to
justify some action in th tt direction. The monthly
returns of the Bank of France, made up to the
11th inst:, show a further reduction in tne amount
ot bullion equal to 2 280,000. The bullion in the
Bank at Pans and the branches amounts by that
return to 11,240,000 The bills under discount
thow an inuiuasc of 2.000,000, amounting to the
sum of 19,200,000. The werkly returns of the
Bank of England, made up to the 13th, show a
further reduction ia the bullion to the amo-Jiit of
527,000; bat tne sicur--ties, both public and
private, show also a considerable reduction. Thus,
for two successive weeks, there has now been a de
creaae of private securities, which would indicate
tiat the pressure for advances ha3 lessoned.
The decrease of bullion, however, continues
steadily week by week; and it is understood that
during the last week sites these returns were made
up theie has been a further dimunuiior. There tre,
however, reasons for believing that the recent
demands upon tbe Bank have not arisen 60 much
for exportation as for home use. The necessary
accompaniment of scarcity in any article is a dis
position on the part ot consumers aud dealers to
increafe their stocks, and to bold with greater per
tinacity when prices are rising. This is peculiarly
true as regards money. If scarcity is apprehend
ed and price3areris ng, every mercaaut and banksr
throughout the country strengthens his leserve,
and ia less disposed to part with what he has. An
unusual pressure from this cause is created for dis
counts in anticipation of the time when the money
will be wanted.
More bank notes and a larger stock of coin are
held by country bankers than usual, and although
the increase cf com in each establishment is not
serious, yet when we consider the number, the ag
gregate effect upon the Bmk of England, tho only
source of supply, is serious. There is no doubt,
then, that the recent pressure for discounts and de
niaud lor gold htve both been unavoidably aggra
vated by those causes. Another reason which has
led to the withdrawal of coin from the Bank, s
tho usual demand which is invariably experienced
on the payment of the dividends. It would thus
appear that theie have been two causes in opera
tiuii one abroad and one at home which have at
lei-st considerably aided in producing the recent
diam, but both of which have been of an anticipa
tory character, and which' are likely, thereloic, to
lead to some early though perhaps not very strong
Resderino Tee Insensible to Pain The
Dublin Hospital Gazttle states that diseased teeth
have been rendered insensible to p3in by a cement
composed of Canada bal.-am and slacked lime,
which is to be inserted in tbe hollow of tbe tooth,
like u pill. It is stated that such pills afford imme
diate relief in nil toothaches but chronic cases of in
flamation. This remedy for toothache is simple,
Srtfe, and can easily be tried by any person.
Norfolk ano PonTSSiourn. The papers in Nor
folk iirid Portsmouth record no new cases of fover.
The Argus soys that business i3 at a dead stand in
Noifolk, bu' the prospecis for better timcj nre
cheerirg. A rowof eight frame tenements, known
as " Hen house Row" in Williamson's Laue, was
destroyed by lire Sunday morning about 1 o'clock.
cvwiii'gf says: p ' j
J i.e Jirgiisu funds continue to UJI, A futtbir i
decline of fl. was establi-hed this nlten.oon. Ono
of tt e more immediate causes of to day's decline
i' that the Bank of England liai been a borrower
of m.mey to a considerable extent in the Stock ex
change on ecuiy of Consols until; the November
settlit-g. The money market continues in an un
settled state. ' 1
In Lombard Btreet the discount houses raised
their "allowance for money on demand to 5 per cent
At Pari3 to-day the three per cent Rentes closed
a trilla below the reduced rates winch wcro estab
lished this afternoon.
At tho court of Bankruptcy to day, Sir Robert
Prici, bart., M. P., surrendered to tho adjad.cation
The return of tbo tlanic ot Jingland tor tho weeK
ending Satuiday, Oct. 13, shows that the pressure
in the money market continued undiminished.
The London Times city article, dated inday
"i ne Jinglish funds opened tni3 morning witn
great steadiness, with an improvement of one
eight upon the prices of Thursday evening; but al
though a further rise subsequently toou piace, me
market at the close shared a relapae.
"The firmness of tone in the earlier part of tbe
day was attributable to the continuance of the
steady purchaso of tho public and partly by a fur
ther rise in tbe corn marKet consequent upon tne
constant demand. At the commencement of busi
ness money wa3 exceedingly abundant fcr loans
on consols, but there was more demand ror it la
ter id tbe day.
"The falling off of the bank bullion waj expect
ed to be heavy but scarcely to the extent shown,
There is a rumor that tbe Bank of France is de
sirous ot procuring an additional two millions
pounds sterling in gold, and that the future Aus
tralian arrivals are littery to bo purchased to sup
Saturdat, Nov. 10.
Mr. Fletcher presented a petition of a portion of
tbo citizens ot Uocke county, on the subject ot met
chant's license, which was referred.
Mr. Palmoro presented a similar petition from the
citizens of l'ayette county.
Mr. Steele, lromtho committee on JNew Counties
end County Lines, to whom bad been referred a
bill to change the line between the counties ot Uan
non, Putnam, &a, reported the same back, and te-
commended its passage: which was concurred in
Mr. Rodgers introduced a but to provide a sum
for tbe support of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum at
Knoxville, which was read the urst time and passed
Mr. Mcr-arland introduced a bill to incorporate
the Preacheis Aid bociety in Holston Conference,
which was tead the hrsl time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Atkins, tbe bena'.e took up the
bill to incorporate the Odd Fellows Female Codege
at .Paris, which was read the second time and
Un motion ot Mr. Steele, the senate tool: up tho
bill to incorporate tbe Jackson Building and Loan
Association, which was read the second time, passed
On motion of Mr. Caldwell, the Senate took up
the bill to mciease the salary ot the Attorney lien'
erai and Reporter of the State, which was read
the second time and pussed.
HOUSE BILLS ON THIRD READING.
A bill to change tho time ot holding the Circuit
Courts in the counties ot iiancocK aud ttawkins;
lead and passed.
A bill to change the line between McMinn and
Monroe counties; read and passed.
HOUSE BILL! 05 1'IObT READING
A bill to repeal the three first sections of an act
pa-sed 20th Feb., 1854, prescribing tbe duties of
Reporter, itc ; read, pass :d and referred.
A bill to amend the revenue laws of this State,
was read and passed.
A bill to charter tbe City Building and Loan As
sociaticn of Nashville; read and passed.
A bill to amend the law in relations to Jurois
was lead and passed.
A bill giving Priestly Carden further time to fin
ish his turnpike road; read and passed
A bill to incorporate the Knoxville Building and
Loan Association; read and passed
A bill to amend an act entitled an act to charter
the Mississippi Central aud Tennessee R. R. Co ;
read and passed.
A bill to incorporate the Washington Fire Co.,
No. 6, m the city of Juempbis, was read and passed,
A bill to repeal all laws incorporating the town
of Columbus, m folk county; read and passed,
House resolution No. 34, directing the Attorney
General to investigate tho charter ot tbe -dv.na,Ul'
ninir Co. and the different comoanics under it, &o ;
was read and referred to the Judiciary Commit-
A bill to incorporate the Memphis Cotton Mills;
read and passed.
One hundred copies of the report of the Secre
tary of the Agricultural Bureau, was ordered to be
A numbe r of Senate bills on their second reading
were taken up, read and appropriately referred, laid
on the table, or passed.
After which, the Senate adjourned until 9J
o clock, Monday mcrning.
House Morning Session.
Saturday, Nov. 10,
Mr. Northcutt presented a petition from citizens
or tirundy county, relative to Merchants taxes
Referred to committee on ways anjLmeans.
Reports from standing committees were received
and disposed ot.
Mr. Tompkins: a bill to amend
civil practice in
Air. Kinney for Mr. Kxhey: abill for the bene'
fit of common schools. Referred to committee on
education and common schools.
Mr. Cox: a bill to amend thefcharter of the city
of Nashville. Referred to the Committee on Incor
porations. Mr. Myatt: a bill to amend the existing laws of
this State in relation to killing wolves.
Mr. Campbell: a bill to ameHd the revenue laws
of this State.
On motion of Mr. Smith, Senate bill, incorpora
ting the Institute of Purdy wa3 taken up, and
passed on third reading, f
BILLS ON fECUND READIKG.
A bill to authorize the taking of depositions of
Mr. Gieaves moved to non-concur with the ro
port of the committee recommending the rejection
of the bill, which was carried, and the bill passed
its second reading.
On motion of Mr. Gieaves the bill exempting
Masonic, Odd Fellows and Temperance Hall, from
taxation was taken up, and
Mr. Bulleu moved to refer to the committee on
ways and means, which wa3 refused, and the bill
passed its second reading.
Mr. Bobo, thought the provisions of the bill
should not extend to private individuals owning
such buildings and renting them to the said orders.
Mr. Gieaves explained that the intention of the
bill, was to include only such property as was
owned exclusively by the ordeM, and withdrew
the bill for amendment.
A bill to increase the jurisdiction of Justices of
Mr. Cloud moved to non-concur in the report of
the committee which was carried.
Mr. Dortch move! the indefinite postponement
of the bilL
Mr. Cloud called the ayes and nces, which were
as follows, ayes27, noes 29.
Mr. Tipton offered an amendment giving magis
trates concurrent jurisdiction with tha circuit and
Mr. Nixon moved to lay the amendment on fie
Air. Tipton called for the ayes and noes, ai fol
lows: aves44, noes 11.
Air. Wallace moved to reduca from $300 to 200
in tBe 3d section, which was carried.
Air. Cox, moved to amend eh fallows : and that
in all cases determined by the Supreme Court of
Tennessee, that if either party litigant shall be dis
satisfied with the dtcision of the court, they shall
have a right to an appeal to the nearest Justice of
the Peace, which the Speaker ruled out of order.
After considerable discussion by Alessrs. Cloud
and Nixon in the affirmative, and Alessrs. Wood of
Hardeman, Travis, Brown of Madison, in the nega
tive, Air. Tipton moved to indefinitely postpone.
This was discused by several gentlemen, and be
withdrew his motion. ,
On motion, the House was adjourned to Alon
day morning at 10 o'olock.
11ELIAICLE GOLD PENS.
Stieppnrd's Accountant, Commercial and
Eusrossmp Gold 1'cns are acknowledged, by the
best Uook-Kt cpera in the city, to be die beet and mist n
liable Fen sold in this mark'rt. An additional Lupjjly ol"
tho variouj kins huto jat beuu received by
TOON, NKLSON fc CO., 4t.Unin st.
ZSF nestqmlityPeus narranied for sis months Irom
sale. We require pens to be returned etra.tiit n the
HpriDg, to entitle the purchaser to tnother cn the war
1y V Sty ANT to a (ieeree of the Chancery Of tut, Iwjd at
(iillatin, Sept Term, , in ibe case of John T. .
Habei.espartf. 1 i 1 proceed to sill cn the prercirea,' u ,
the it t!i '.f DLCKllliL'i; next, lh loliowiug propertr, to '
wi:: The vahublc tract of land upon whu h the late Lucv ,
A lUber redded, cuu'aiaioz Tfirco Hundred and V
rr-i.:-... ..:.! YnA U KitimtiMi on the
Galiaim and Nakhvillo Turnpike Kosd. abuutljj rtnles
wVit.if ftaliatin Ai ..iiui f:n:r Creek. The Land lie
we 1, U very fsrtile, ia im.stly enclosed with reck and ce k
dar lene.ng; me ivoociauit is Heavy sswu iue
iVm is well adp;ed to Slock raising; a nnmbor ot per
manent Springs, hw,ide3 therd is touching ft, a large never
failing Cieek. .... , -r
Thts Buildings are in keeping with tho Land, equal it
notsupenor to ny in Sumner county, the Mansion Being
a spucious 'Iwotjtoiy lirick, conveniently coustructeJ,
cotitaining 12 rooms, 4 of which are in the bafeinent the
Hmnto HmiEo and Kitchen. End ti other improvement?.
coiupriiing an Ice Hoiuc, Jiegro nouses, uaros, D'apif i,
io.are ol tho most permanent character. There is an
excellent WATER-MILL, belong? to the place. Within
btoue'a throw of the Dwelling House is a Church and
School House Altogether it is one ol tue most aes.rj.uie
localities in Tenneitci.
Tutus One third CASH, the balance in 030 an-1 two
Tears. Jiond withstood security tequirea ana alien re
tained on the Land until the purchas3 money is paid.
W. H. ULA.CKMOKB. Clerk and Master.
Gallatin, Nov. 5, 1S55. iumntr Flaj.
VALUABLE UUILLING LOTS AT VUIILIC
SALE IN K1)G tSx-'IELD.
IN connection with our other aalc, advertised to come
off on THURSDAY, the 15th instant, we will on the
premises, sell six Handsome liuildirg Lota, A3 f-tiown by
tne annexed nan, ironurg on me uuuuun iu. .jiiwbuu
on Swine atreet. immecuntely opposite the Store and
Bmldinra of Mr. H. Camnbell.
l as ijois will Da sold on a credit oi i , a, o aacuoj car?,
for notes satisfaclonlv secured, beaiini: mte est, payable
in Bank, and s lien retained. The sjnieday, we will oa
the uremises. sell thjt NKAT UuTl'AUE. last ertcted 07
Mr Wright, containing four good Kooms, Kiicnen, .sc., a
moat desirable residence ior small nrrwr.
LI.mSLEY & UKOUKb.il, 53, Uollsge, 81.
a. is IjLASCocK, AucUoneer. inovii ia.
NEAT SITES FOU COUNTRY RESIDENCES
AT I'UULIC SALE.
rX FRIDAY, the 16th m-t, on th" premises, we will
sell lire small Tracts ot land on and near the (JalUtin
Turnpike, nearly opposite the residence of U. It. ilcKeu.
me, and l'ist twu miics ircm ise ruoisc square.
ine Liuis contain iromiuirio nine acres oi i-ana: .no. i
fronts on the Uallatin Turnpike, and the other Lots front
on a 50 foot street extending Ircm the UalUlin Turnpike
to Driver Line. 1 he Lanes -re ail tandiomciy situated,
tho soil excellent, and prettier eue3 lor n-r.it wiumoaa
Residence cinnot be found. No. 5 isheavily limbered.
This vicinity is improving most rapidly, fhere are cx-
cellentMale andFe.nale Softools close by, and alu"2iher
it sffjrds superior afiraritsgis ijr ceat and cooui jr.h;e
Traits AcKditofone, two, and three years, for notes
satisfactorily endorsed, paycble in Bank, bearing into est,
and i. lien retained.
Call before day i.f sa c and txamme tbe crounds. Sale
to commence at 11 o'clock. Omnibuses will leave our of
fice at 10 o'clock, A. il, affording a fiee passngi: lu all who
will attend Uie sale.
LINDSLKY 4 CROCKLTT, "5 CoIIego st.
E. R. Glascock, Auctioneer. noll td.j
JsTATE or TENNESSEE,
HUMPHUbYS COUNTY COUNTY COURT,
NOVEMUER TLRil. 185
John Wy ly aDd wife, ti. I l'eiition for the sale cf Slave
Tne ne:rs oi Jirv tiusseii. ) lor ntviMon.
TT AITKAK1XU to tho satisfaction of ll
1 Richard Itutsell. one of ttio defendants in this causo is
a resident ot iiu state oi a.e.uucity, uu-i ineret'.re De-
voud toe ordinaiy process ot ttis Limit, it is ihertlne.
ordered, that publication bo male tor three successite
wcecs in ibe union an-t Amtrtcan. a newMiuper Lublished
in the city of Nashville, rcjuuin; the haid non-resident to
appear at too Uounty uourt, u ne netd lor said county, at
Court House in the tuwu cf ttavcrly, on the first Monday
in January next, and plead, answer or demur to said pe
tition, or the sjme will be taken for coLfessed, and ltt down
lor hearing ex parte as to nun.
rest, i.lu .u uuUiUJi,
'novll w3t lerk and Muster.
STATE OF TENNESSEE.
IS THE COUXTY COURT OF DICKSON COUNTY
NOV. RULES, 1S55.
V, H. Matuhwj,
Petition to sell Real Estate
Too. C. ill s, ct als.
T T anrearini: to tho satisfaction of the Clerk of said
1 Court, that FRANCIS M. MIUS, a minor heir of Ctn-
tba Sensing, dee'd , late of JJtcksou county, in the State
ot Tennessee, and one of tho defendants in this case, is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and beyond ihe
reacu ot tue process oi urn uourf. it is tnereloru order
ed that publication bo made in the Itahviils Union arui
American, newspaper published m the city of Jaihville,
Tenn., for three Micctbaiva wteki, rcquinog said defen
dant to appear at tbe next Ftbruarv term ot said Court,
to be held utthe court house in Charlotte, on the 1st Mon
day in February next, und then i.ad there, plead, answer
or demur to said peuiion: or otberwife-ihe bame n ill be
taken for confessed und set for trial ex pirte.
nov 11-Sw THOMAS Mc.NEILLY, CVc.
STATE OF TENhESSKE.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF DICKSON COU.NTY.
NOV. RULES, 1S35.
P. T. Bledsoe, et als,
etitioa to sell Real Estate.
TT appearing to the satisfaction of ihe Clerk of this
X Court, tnat, Lemuel iieaa ami wue, wary uean, neirs
at law of Thomas ilaJImry, utc d., late ot Uictsoa couu
tv in the State of Tennessee, and lart of the delendants in
this case, are non-rcsidcnis of the 6luie of Teunessee, and
beyond the iemh of the pptcesol this Court. It is there
fore ordered that publication be nude iu the Nashville
Union and American, a newspaper piAhshed in the city
of ashville, Tean , h.r S successive weeks, requiring said
defendants to appear at l e next reoruary teiin oi said
Court to be held at the court houce in charlotte, on tbo 1st
Monday in February next, aud tfcen and there plead, an
swer or demur to said Petition, or otherwise ihe same will
be token for coufessed and set for trial (xmrtt.
nov U-3w TllOMAS McStlLLY, Ck.
iTATE OF TENNESSEE.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF DICKSON COUNTY
NOV. RULES, 1SG5.
John D. Lovelady, et als, )
Petition to sell Land.
"l T oDDearin!?tothesatisfact.on of the Clerk of said Cour
X that John D. Lovelady, ooe of the heirs at law ot Jstie
Lovelady, dee'd., late ot Dickson county, in the State of
Tennessee; and one of the delendants in tnis case, is a
non-resident of the S:-ite of 1 ennessee. and beyuud tin
reach of the process tf this court. It is therefor s ordered
that publication be made in the Nashville Vnionai.il Av.tr
ican, a newspaper published in the city of Nashville, Ten ,
iwiuirirn? end defendant to arjnear at the neitFebtmry
teroi of said Court, to be held at the court house in Char
lotte on ihe 1st Monday in tehruary next, ana men ana
.., fjmrf. imstvrr nr demur to said neiiUon. or otherwise
the same will be taken tor confessed and sit for trial ex
parte. THOMAS McNElLLl, UJC
nov. II 8w
CHANCERY C JTJfiT AT WOODBUEY.
NOV. RULES, 1855.
Marv Younir vs. Georire W. Youri;, John Young, John C
Gusss. and George, Ioac, David aud John Orr, aud Mar
tha Jane Hammond, ettli. u. mil.
"v N motion, and it appearing 'o the Clerk and Master,
J from the wffidavii cf Compts. agent, filed in this
cause, that Gtorge W. Youog, John Yourg John C. utss
aud Gejrge, Isaac, David and John Orr and Martha Jane
Hammond, arencn-icsidenlsof ihe Stale of Tennessee, so
that tbe ordinary prccesxoi law cannot oe eerwdon insm.
Theiefure. it is ordered that publication bunade tf this
order for hirly days, between this and the next terai of the
Chancery Court, to beholden in ihe county of Canuon, in
said State in the Union aid America, a newspaper,
printed in tha city of Nushvilie, state of Tennessee, re
quirirg the said defondantsto make their personal :.ppar
uiice here, a t the court h;use, in tho town of Wooumry,
on the first Monday in April, 1806, then and ttiere, to p!ead,
aosvreror demur to Complainanti.' bill, oi tbo smc v. ill be
taken fjreonfessed as to them and set down fur hearing
txparte. THOS. G. WOOD,
nov 11 8w Clerk and Muster.
ESTRAY HUMPHREYS COUNTY. TKNSESSEF.
TAKEN UP by John Welch, livirgin Iltimpbrejs coun
ty. District No. 10, ten miles East of Waverly, olo
BAY HORSE MULE, 13 hands high, about 2 jearsolc,
roached fain, no brands, wnharopehalieron woen taktn
up. Appraised to ?ij0 P0 by B. Adams and Nimrod Hoop
eron the t2d of October, 1655. " W. WHITE,
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Davidson countv, consistirg of horses, cable, houieliold
and kiichen lurniture, farmiDg utensils, Ac, Ac. Bond
and ecurity wi 1 ho required Irom purchuserj before the
delrery of the property, and three months credit will be
All persons indebted to the said estitearc d"sired to
come torward iuimediuteiy and make payments, and tho-sa
having claims against it are hereby notified to prtseat them
within the tune required by law.
II. W. MicGAVOCK,
novll td Administrator.
Palmer's Patent 2seg.
This American invention stinds uariralled
both in this country and in L'urr.ps. It is worn
by 1,200 person, and with mojt aslonishiog
success. In competition with other subiti
tutes tf the beit French, Englis.i, und Ger
man manufacture, it received the award of the
CItlAT UkDtLat ttieWORLO's Fl'HlBITIO.V IX
London, as tho let artificial limb huncn. In
this country it has been thirty times exhibited,
in competition with all others, at the annual
Fairs in the principal eties, and has, in every
instance, received mo awaru ui mguesi m
Jirtt premium. And as cniwning houor, by
the unanimons approval of an iuternati'mal
council, Ihe "First Premium" only Siker
Metal given for Limb i was awarded Ihe in
ventor, at the late New York Crystal Palace.
The leg is finely ventilated allowing t current ol air to
pass around tbfc stump, keeping it in a evo', and leAUoj
Pamphlets giving full information, sent gratis to every
applicant. r & Cn
Nov. 10 Cm STC Cheitimt Street. I'luhdelphia-
T rTjaIARY & SONS, NHW YORK,
f) . hara vacancies tirafaw.miu-tcabiea:smin, ww,
have Force knowledge of the Lace anil Embroidery Ihli
ness, andean infiueiico trade. Apply by l.'tter, statipg
previoustxperiencw, and an.o:nt ot salary expected.
" . ! l.'l- ,w
MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12TU, 1355
Will be performed the Drama cf
LUCILLES - -
To conclude wilbth Drama of
PRICES OF ADMISSION. Box and Parqoette, 75 cents;
Second Tier, 60 cents; Second Tier (second class.) 50 cents;
Co!ore&ita-v50 cents; Colored Ualleiy, 25 cents.
Lumber Yard, Planing Mill, and
OO&N'SR WAttnSGTO.V A KB BEOOS BTj, LOCI3VIUX, Kt,
TTTUERE'can be had at reduced rates Lumber of any
V V kind either in the rougn or manntacturecunto i loor-in-r,
Shelving, Base, Castings Moulding. Door and Win
dow frames, sasn. l Joars, .minus, aa, ac., as weu as cto
rythiug el33 needed in the erection of any kind of a build,
ing. Also, Packing Boxes ot every description. Orderf
irom aoroaa promptly attended to, ana snipmcnts' .maae
without defay to any quarter. P-ice lists wilt be furnished
upon application at the cffi;a.
aov. it imw
BUNN 4 LACY.
PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS.
We havo in Store the best and most varied assortment
of Shirts ever brought to Nashville, and can now smt every
CUSTOMER, as they ranso1 in price from ONE to FIVE
DOLLAius loo liner grades Warranted Belter man any
other in marict. i or sale at moderate prices
novll J U McOILL.
10Li AKS. JUrvT RECEIVED ANOTHER SUP-
PLY of BTfcox Col'ats. Also, every style of standing
Collars, best quality. For sale by
"Pi EST SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND
jL VALICKS. Received this dav. an assortment of lest
Solo Leather Trunks and Valires; also, a few of cheaper
sttie lor sale mw dv inovui jujicuilOj.
MONIES AND CARD CASES. Every variety of
siorocco t one Atonies ana uaxa uases. lAoies wore
lioies; Gentlemen's Travelling Cases; Writing Desks;
Vjsoas; rocset ivnires; razors, &.C i-nr sate ov
rovll J U J1U1L.L,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
corner of Colloge at. and Squre.
Ben Stoiae's Ciicns,
Tylers Indian Exhibition
rpUE obiect cf the proprietors in combinirir in one im-
1 mip5e shuw, three distinct and perfect eihibitions,
at a sing!e price of admission, is to place within tbe means
of all an opportunity of witnessing these magnificent won
cers oi art una nature.
Ibe following dtstu crushed members of the tqnetnan
profession are comprised in the troupe of DEN SToKE
v. w. Mcnois. j. uemott, 1'. BodirerB,
E. W. Perry, ). Dodge, Mast. Carpeuler,
G. Demon, E Stooe, Mast Leon.
WILL EXHIBIT AT NASHVILLE
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY" 6i SATURDAY,
Nov. 15th, lCin, aj.d 17rn
CORNER OF L03UST AND M lKCEf STREETS'
Open on Thursday at Cj, P. M., on Friday aud Satur
day at 2 and 6t. P.M.
Admission 50 cents; children and servants 25 eta.
THE GRAND PROCbSal' 'N of tbe Torea Troupes
will enter town in tue forenoon m tbelol own eordr, pos-
mg tbrougb ibe principal streets to tbe place ot exnibiuon ;
THE SUPERB MUSIO CHARIOT,
WITO rUXL BAM),
Brilliantly mounted on their hiirhly trained horses. The
uuiei4, nraras ana aagts oi tne
SENECA INDIAN TRIBE.
In their native and original Rutame. mounted oa their
Uautin? Coursers, in ail their varied und picturesque cos
tume.'', carrying witn mem iiietr weapons ot oiAUie, im
plements ot Ibe cease, &c,
CARAVAN WILD BEASTS I
Drawn in their Ccces.
The scenes in tho Ring will embrace every variety of
ACROBATIC FEATS, Ac,
And will be enlivened with the orisr nal and comic say
ings, bon mots, upariee, and numerous tales of the down,
t" For further particulars, see Pictorials, (large and
small,; i eiciipuve aim, Littiogrspas, e;c ot tne uom-
piny. novll il
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
"YTE will expose to public sale at the Court-house in
VY Nashville, ou the 22d of Dtcember next, the fol
lowing valuabie Uits:
House and Lot on tjherry strett, occupied bv Dr. Mer
lon, and an uajuimng vacant Lot, occcp-.ed Dy Mr. Steven
One-half of the Hcu.-e and Lot .n Market stieet, the
other ha'rbeloni:ineto M.Jjarnf. Kq
i ERiis or fiALS une tti.ra casn. tue osisnce in on?
and two j cars, with notef piyjb'e in Bank, witn tnogood
endorsers. The title to be 'retained until the purchase
money is paid. J. O. TUnutT,
novb atnw.twtds tw a. i. 1.UUAN.
WILL Exhibit-at Odd Fellows Hall, for a few days
only, commencing Tuesday, 13th inst.
Doors open from a to 5, p. m., exhibit on comi'enciDgat
3J4 ctn'glit.oien at 6j, exbtbition commencing at
concluding at 10.
Great Historical Paintings!
THE CAPTIVE KRAELITES A i' BABYLON
Having S7 Figures lite size, and Mirm exalting ever the
de.-trection ol i'naroan a lios
Also, the great PaintiDg cf
NOAH AND HIS FAMILY IN THE ARK I
With figures full siie of Life.
T33 For particulars see small bills.
llus is ihe only exhibition ot original Oil Paintings now
tiavelhng in Ibis counliy. &urpassicg an utnen to Da seen
in any collection by one Artist,
gy" Ticle-s 50 cents; Children and Servants' 25cenu;
Season Uards 75 cents.
T HAVE Itst or mislaid the following notes, andhareby
1 warn all rersuns from trading lor or burine tne fame.
Tnree nctes of Dr. R. C. Fester. UUinir dueonthe0thand
2ad Nov lS55;2(jth and 23d March, 135, and 20th and S3d
Tnree notes of F. W. Collet, 136 each, endorsed by
Jno. Collet, same tailing due at the tame time, and all at
the Union Banlc
I fjrworn all pewns from trading for or buying the above
covio d;w V. K. STEVENSON.
alex. m Wallace. I P- wixonn.
WALLACE As AVINGF1ELD,
General Couiuiission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
WILL give special attention, to tbe sala of Bacon, Lard,,
Fliur, Tobacco, Ac., Ac.
C Wallace, Knoxville, Tenn., Toole, Bro. A Co , Marv
ville, Tenn.. H T Cox, Louisville, Tenn , J Donaldson,
Union, Ttnn., Johnson & Hair, iladistnville, Teen., Brab
son & Bro., Sevier county, Tenn., Fains & King, Dan
dridge. Tenn . Vuugu Fickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, H
M Jackson, A'hens, fenu Pcullain, Jeunii'g) A Co., Au
gusta, Ga, John Cunmnghain Greensboro Ga., F.V"Lu
oas, Athens, Gi, John Wingneld, Madison, Ga., Carhart
Kofl Macon, Gj. F T yilllS,Svannah, Ga. njv7
OFFICE COMMKItl liL INSURANCE CO:, I
Naihvills, November 5tb, 1855. )
THE Commercial Insurance Comp.ty have ibis diy
declared a Scmi-Ancual Diviaeudof e;ght percent,
on the whole amount of Capital St ck out ot ihe probtaor
the past six months, JAMES WALKtR,
dot7 lm becreiary.
ON THURSDAY, the 15lh inst, on the premises, we
will sell 17 most Beautiful Building Lots in Edgefield
taunted on tbe Gallatin Turnpike, on Woodland aoid un
Tulip street, . "
Ti.is is tne property ene'esed with a plank fence, which
has teen no niur-u admired, and we wuuid earnceily call
tbe attention! buvis to this pnipeny, believiig tbey wll
be much pleased with it. The Lots are wiihm nje ruiuu
tcs walk ot the Public Square, and allbrd nne locations fur
Residences for persons doing business m thn city.
OUR TERMS ARE LIBERAL AS USUAL.
Lots to be K!d on a credit of one, two, three, foT and
five years, for Notes satisfactorily secured, pajablo in
Bunk, bearing interest, and a lien letained.
Omnibusses will ba in a. tendance, free of charge Sale
to commence b 1 11 o'clock, with No. 11, corner ot Gallatin
Turnpikeand Tulip street
novS-ld LINDSLKY & CROCKETT,
E It. lascock. Auctioneer. 83 College st.
FLOUR I FLOUR I .
T.TTE h-ivc in store and receiving daily large quastiftes
VV of Flou-, from the Lebanon Mill., Carter, While A
Co, io bags cndbaneis.
GoodMuvilla Mills, D. Z. Reed A Bro., In brgj and bbls";
tipencerMillv AiO'ire, .Monday &. t, "
Port Royal Mil's, Veihei ford & Wateon, " "
To whicn we invite the attention Of dealers only.
nov3 W.H GORDON A CO.
It AGS. 2uo bales (&0.0o0) ntw 2f bash-
extra heavy Gunny Bags, in store and for sale by
W. 11. UUIiUU.l
QACK SALT. 15t0 bags Liverpctl Coarse Salt, in
yj store and lur sale by
W. II. GORDON A CO.
"tr7"n are now ottering for aale a most desimblo ref.
V V deuce lot, i.-ontm;; nbuat S0 feet oj fcprurettnet
rind running buck atoul 175 feit to McLeniore Mreet. aud
Iro-itir at.niiii i feet oi the samp, (boiog tho gardeflul
Inebed to the rj'-ideuce i f K. II. Mctwn, fciq) A'cedlt
of 5 jeirs will fcog.VvM, ihin!erest to bajiaid semi-annual-iy.
J ,L'. & R. W: DK0WN,
novS lCd 4 IK Cherry ktrett
ThKt,Caps fand- Indies'
NOTS3, PUBLIC SQUARE,
OPENING OF.THE FUJUJEASON-LADIKS'
FANCY DRESS FURS.
TTUR CAPEa MANTILLAS. MUFFS. VICTORIES,
AND CUFFS. CARRIAGE ROBES. FOOT MUFFS, ;
iSElBD FUR TRIMMINGS.- t
.... . i .... . v. t i . . i
Tatties will hoar in. mind that tbe lares assortmertnt
Ladies arid Muses Furs ra now ready tor Exhibition at
tha For Emporium of " A. J. FRANCISCO,
OCX I a ii o. ruuucjuaiB,
MY AUTUMN STYLE OF JIOLK.
SKIN HAT FOU 1S55 is now readv for
inspection at .No, 23, Poblfc sqnare. i hose
who wish an elegant DRESS HAT are iu
TtteUto call and leave thiir orders early.
rTknA irhnttfl lhrnrtiM ilnrintr ihe week.
will find'their Hats ready for delivery to-day. "
betlf ' No. 58 Public Sqasre-
ON HON SMOKE, llROWN HUMGAKIAN.
AND THE BROWN AND PEARL ALBON1S HAT.
These are entirely new styles of goods worthy the
attention of all who desire something tasty in the
Hat line. .
A J. riiA.lUIDUS,
octj8 no.TSS I'nonc J-quarc-
Caps ! Caps ! !
MEN'S AND B0YSr CLOTH AND
of every deteription and quality, jos
received and now ready at the FASHIONaUJJJ HAT
EMPORIUM, SO- 3?, ruo.IC oqua.c.
i wctKM1tlF.D THAT I HAVE
J the Ware Rooms well stotked
with every tbing
NEW AND DESIRABLE
ia my line for tha FALL TRADE,
and would be pleased to fill their
orders. . . ..,
A. J. ntA.i;i3vy-
octlS o Z3, mouc cquare.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
IN consequence of tbe dat!iol WI nui'am oicivissac
ooeoftheBrmofMcKtsk, GmhrieA Co, the sur
vivors have determined t Jell to ttwhiybesl Didder, with
out reserve, on credit of 1,2V and S years, wth interest
from date, with good and approved security, and a lien re
tained until tne pnrcui-e money is piu, an u pr-.iinj
known as the "Vale Mills," situated i miles w-.t . f FuUs
k. Giles county, Tenn, uiwn Richland Week, (a never
failing stream) consia.iag of a lawe and va'iubie bnck
bmlding, erectea ioc me miinuiaounuui au h. ire
best and latest improved nachintry, which hasten inuc-
cesstul and pndiable operaiion since Apui Is 2
Also, valuable GritandSaw Mills, Lri;eiue house,
five framfc dwelling hocses, with other out honc. To
gether with some 2S acres of deeded land, and certain
granted privileges; some to acre other landn. siii:ated up
on tha oppeaiteside of the iritfc irom the FacMy and
on tha opposite i
Mills. . ,
AH the above machinery is dreve bv wa-e-poer.
WewiHalsoi-tTtfr for sale t tl.e sar.e mntt and place a
valuable stock el Dm Good-, a loco' Wixut, torn, Lum
ber, Cotmn. Siw Lrgs, hlock IIfgs
Ibe above tale will take piace on ilif p t mis-", the 2lth
December next, and continue from day io d ir uulil all the
above property is disposed of. The -u vivug iarUer.v
John Am.s, JuhnClegg, and DanseHjutbna wuoieside oa
andceartne premite, win laxe pleasure ia bnnwing iue
property to any prsonwnomay wisn loexauuae-u.
nuviu - w watc 10
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
rHE undersigned. wishes to sell his lard inteiest in
Jackson county, Ala. It ciur-iMs as follows: Htiweeu
ioc 20o0 acres ot land. Seven hundred o' whirh is
rich cove and Creek Bottom la:-d; ft. j acies f uhich is
cieired and under fence. The balance bench and nwui -tain
Und beaviiy timbered with Cedar, Popur, Ash, Beech,
Oitm &lui Oat
There is on the premises a steam saw mill which is ca
pable of cullirg 6000 leet ol mincer per aay cor.itninuy
located to the Uicber. The land is tii.e'y adapted to the
growlh of Blue Grass, Clover, and Meadtws, Corn, Cotton
Tha above nrooertv is located 1Q3 miles irom Nasnvwe.
und within oce mile cf the N. 4C.lt. It . where there is
a depot within five miles of the junction of trie .1. A C. It. R.
, .. t - 1 ... T. n l i! . ,1
ana ido jietcpuisaua vuaneduu tMnmuu.
Teaitft rneaoove una ana mm win oe tuiuos unms
Part th hulnnra- !. 5. 2. 4 and 5 rears, with interest,
Tnere am about 25 head of mules' and marts: also. 40
or 50 teul of cattle, tnd 1000 barrels u turn, anu uais
The Mill wilf psy for the whale property before the
money is due. Apply io
' ANDE1LSUV.J. P. O, I'cnn .
nnvto-wlJI. LIVDSLEY'AXROCK- TT. Nashville.
rsr 'Louisville Journal and Nlthvitl Ttve H'Aia
copy m'weekly piper until January 1, and send account
IO 11113 GlUCg.
ELJSWOOD; A VALUABLE SUBUKIIAN
RESIDENCE AND BUILDING LOTS
AT PUBLIC SALE.
ON WEDNESDAY, the 21st Novemb-r,on the premi
ses. at 11 o'clock, a m.. nnlpfs previowlr told pri
vatelv. we will sell "ELM WOOD," the res:denoe ol tbe
tatA Or. Rcrrr. and 9 lota adiacent.
Thia aslM rfiiira a ran? pnnortnmtv to secern a most de
4irH ri:iilinr. and the bnest suburban lols iu thecitv
of Nashville, twenty minutes walk to the Square. Tne
House, (now occupied by Judge Nit Bixter,) is one cf the
best built and most costly and convenient in the coantrv,
and has a front of 113 feet; a portico ot tbe same length:
it has 10 rooms, besides halls, store rooms, cellar, Ac , and
kitchen, servant rooms, smoke hou-e. well and bathing
house, stable, carriage house, barn, Ac ; a well of the finet
water, tliat never tails, fcne I nut ireea. cna ire inici nuis
ances of everv Und. It is remarkable for its hnithicns,
and being on" the declivity.of "Meredian ail!." overlooks
ihe City, and being in the Court end of the Cilv it oilers
great inaucemenis io any oue waanog uu eirnufc uuus;iuu
a piace as a nomesieaa.
The lots are laid offof unusaallr Iartra siz and delb
and the plan is so arranged as to give the purchaser of the
House an ooportnnitv to secure Lots thai wilt sub-divide
t Esimn fuinrn da. Ln ravinir odvantize.
fsrmsof Sale One, two and three- years credit, for
notes bearing interest, payable in Baut, and satmattoniy
secured, and a lien reuinea.
Ommbusses wiil leave our office at 10. 10K and 11 o
clock, for the sTound free of chares trot e and returmnir
By calling on A. U. Berry, Kxecu'or, at the store of
Messrs. Macv A Hamilton, he will take pleasuro in snow
ing Ihe property to those- wisnmgio buy.
Sale positive and wilhi u' resei ve.
nov3-2w LIND -LEY Js CROCKETT,
E.K.G!ascock,Auotioneer. S3 College Street
WHOSE HATS TAKE ALL TIIE PRE
Waterlield & -Walker's.
WEARERS of Hals are reminded" that for elegance of
design, beauty of finish, and lightness of texture
those manufactured by Waterlield A Walker s'and pre
eminent Conscious of the extensive reputation iheirllats
have achieved ia the fashionable norld, they ore deter
mined to miintain tbe same, and will guarantee to supply
thefinest Hat in the city for their usual moderate priceof
five dollars. WATSRF1 KI.D & WA LEER.
FINE SOFT HATS.
WATERFIELD & Wa"LKEK have the largest assort
ment ot soft fur Hats, ctmprsing all the new ttybs
and colon, their brr-wn, black and slate -colors are mnch
admired. and can be bod at uniform and modem's prices.
noT'.O, W-TERFIELD A WALKKK.
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS ANU CAPS.
WE have a comprehensive stock tf lane. Hats and
Caps, for boys and children. Abo, some new styles
of trimmed fall Hats for Misses
WATERFIELD & WALKER,
Premium Hat Emporium,
nnvlO 26 Public Square, next to GowdeyV.
HAYING taken charge of this HOTEL, 1 have r.ftfy
fitted and furnished it in a style to make it pii?J3
a comfortable and agreeable home for al! who may
favor me with a ca'L A share of patronage is rcspuettuliy
solicited. aovS-lw D.T.SUOTT.
WILKIN having been admitted to practice in
f J all the Courts of Teonesseeand New York, and hav
ing rrmanently loca'ed in Nashville, will attend to all
matters of C llectmc and Litigation ectrasted to btm
Office No 7o Cherry treet nnvft if.
TpOlt STEAMBOATS. We are now in receipt of
ij a varied avwnmenl of Steamboat Blank Books and
Stationery, which we are selling low.
HAGAN A BRO.
afsirtmect received by
HAGAN A BKO.
ALMANAC FOR I85C The tlanier"s Afmantc
for 1 856 20 gross in store and fur sale bv
corS HAGAN A BRO
EDICAL B OKS.-Anotjer m.-p'y A large
assortment, tcgether with Note L'ooLs. i teasis 1'u-
per, and Stationery generally, just received by
Cov3 HAG AN A I1KO. JInrfcet s'reet
HAVING taken charge ot this elegant Hriie, we bore
by prompt attention to make al! comfcitab e wlm
may favor us with their patronage. The General Stags
Office is kjpt at this UoteL ACTON YOUNG,
bov9 Su; e lutendent.
DAGTORBEOTYPES AND PB0T0GEAPH3,
THE first fli-jtoma wis awarded to HUGHES BROS.,
by tli Me:hanics' Institute at tie "ate ExbibWi
fur lie test Dsgueirotjpes and PI otographs," wbfatt'
proves cinclusively the surpen.rly o oar pitturesover i'l
compelliors. Tbe pictures were not gotieti up fr t:w
occasion, but su:!ras ibsy take dail for tln-ir patron?.
Utiz.-n8 aDd,Stri.g.-r3 are rolitely.ini ited tn call and sw
the largest and bust collection of Spji imcts iu the Souta.
THE ligM dranght steamer A. L. DA
VIS, Capt-T. Pabjsj. wdlfesxe for
theaknva and all intermedials liadirai.
on MONDAY, tho ltth lust. For freight or pawsge, ip-
plv on board or to it- u.unni-uj.
novil . -agent.
for Southland abdfaduc ui.
rpnE light draught steamer ALIDA, fr""
T." Hiiaos, Jlaiter, will leave for
.i . '. . . . i . i . .
ine oove and ail intermedium iwiu ui bbshork'x
MOS D AYhcl 2th Inst.atlOo'olcck, A.M. lortieght
FOIt LOUISVILLE AND CINCINVATI.
THKnewandfplendid steamer, BLANCHE
LEWIS CapiJAHEiLu, will leave Nah- I
villa oa MONDAY, the 12th inat si i oVi.ck
P.M. A. HAMILTON,
novll A gtnt.
"NASIIVILLE AND MEMPIIIS UNITED
STATES MAIL PACKET LINE.
i J s.cuss.
air or bcxtstiixx.
ForMctiphis, New Orleans, St. Louis and
Til I- 1? EBKL Y
THE splendid new passenger steaicer CITY O F HUNTS
V I LLK. Caclik, Master, leaves Nashvuie every Men
dar, at It o'clock p. rn.
J. O. CLLNE. j. C. Uivi, Master, leaves Nahvih'e every
Wednesdav. at fl o'clock. u.ti-
JOI1N IMPSON.W.T YsATHAX.Master, leaves Nash
ville everv Fridav. at 6 o'clock, p. m.
Connecting at Partacah with the daily Louisville and St,
l iu'i United States Mail Boats, and atMeiiphiswjth the
rplendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H. R. W. Hill,
Geo. Collier and Ingomar.
The accotnrnooations of this lin can not bi surpassed,
and passengers will find it by far the sptediest means f
Haiti en ner .onnorceuiu.
Forrretght or passage, apply to jjaviS
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS PACKET.
THE new and light draught steamer
CUMBERLAND. M. D. L F.
BROOKS, Master, being no nearly finish-1
ed.and the best adapted coat mnne iraae.
vit commence pi.vmg on ino is. irnxmucr bmi, u-j.-tt-.m
l,i Twrt and New Oriean This boat has superior ac
commodations frr rosseneers. besides being adapted 1c
carry everr description of freight and stnek In a saiisfoe
tory manner. For freight or passage and rderaai ply oj
CVJIIiEKLAND It IV Ell PACKOT
From u U v i 1 1 e to iiiiiu.uiiuuu
rilIE !tipnor lignt nrangni sieamer r- ru
1 NETflE MILLER. WlLfcY JfeM?
SIMMS, Master, win piy reiruiariy ouriuKruatau lBTfl
low water as abova. and to an iniermeaime tMiuiupr.
boat is nearly new, with excellent freight and parenger
occim niodationy, and has been recently porcl-ased in r
trade. "We, therefore, scl.cit for her a liberal shre cfnu
licsatnnage. Passengers and shrppers can have thetr
wants punctuallr attended tobvaoolvmcon board, ortc
A. HAMILTON. SLna
TUE recular New Orleans and Nash
ville Freight Packet HUM IJOLDTj
i aj fr.r rarrvirif? freight-
drawing oolv 2 inches light, and carrying I ot
fers snperiof inducements to Cumberland ''H":
WM. STRONG. Commander, and JNO. U tAJLua
Clevk. are experienced steamooai luea. aou wi .
trouble in protecting the Interest rt Hppera.
The Uamfcoidt will leave lionisviiie mr
the 1st November, and remain ru arly m the trade, ror
freight Ac. apply to JOHNSON, tiOHNi.
ocl-l ti "
SMITH 1. N D, V DITCAW AN nCAIUO
PACKETTWICE A WEEK.
rrMlE LIGHT DRAUGHT STfcAMbit.
I fftTVT ir.F.I.LO. G. W. Coucu. Master. ,
,n r,,n u nhriTR until Januarv next, after.
which, she will plr regularly Detween mis por aou
WAI1SBGRO. and all mtermedlilo landing. Orders
left Willi her agents for passage or ffe;ght. will meet with
prompt attention. U. U- H ARR1 SON, t
SASUVIL1.K. SMITH LA IV U AaND
rpHE SPLENLID PASSENGKlt ftTEAMER
ia TTttttMtAin.pr Unitv heinir aioisiied at Lea-'
t 1 1 I A .1 t 1 1 Ca Ai I 1 A't a.
mtUW, and will b here bj me lsioi iOTcm&r uu mu
irt.k. ..k...AtpHrfitil iht isnn. Her line ccommo4&'
tiiia for pttweocera, enmbmed wiU hr hc oraucHt.
river trade oct2t-tC A. HAMILTON. AK
KCCUI.AIt LQUISVILLK ANDCGXAT1
rpUK NEW LIGHT DRAUGHT PAS.
ntvl freight sUamer ALItElt-
TINE. HILTON AlKliN, Master, navmg ,
been recently built for the Cumberland nv
er trade, will run during the low water season as atce.
and to all tntermediste landings. Orders loft with he;
aient for freights or passengers, win meei prompt im
A A. HAMILTON. Markat st-eet, or
tfon H. H HARRISON. Agents
cctis Sm Front St , eppftsite S. B. Ucduig
UECCL-VU I.OCXSVII.I.E A?(D CIACfM
SATI PACKET. -
mvIK LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAM KR
1 SEVEN'TV-SIX, P K- Hi-iLir,
M I, .; riUe ererr VI Me. K 1 L i
DAY at ! u'ebek, P. JL, and cesluse ca trade during tha
season. U- H HARRISON.
rcti7 m. A HAMILTON. Agents.
llEGtlbttt LU'VIVVIa.MS. CICI-V?fATl
ASD SASMVltbE PACKET.
DURING THE ENSUING SEASON, ,?STiV
thcmamoduj fight drarht steanif r, ygZ&&y
3IAGNOLIA, B. S. SCUDDER. Master. sSfeas--wiilniB
regnrarlv as above, and to all ISTLkhL. 1a'
LANDINGS Beimr exceedtBi KcM, (17 inches dracghs ,
with Mtperior ACCOMMODATIONS fee passergtrs, and
capable of making quick trips, soheitsptiol c rntjo.
Orders lefi with either of the undersigned tr
rerbt either wav will meet prompt attention.
ll li. aiiicu., i
NASHVILLE Ar NEW ORLEANS PACKET
A Al ERIC A.
VTTILL RUN TUB ENSUING SEAS O.V
VV between the ab-jve ports The Affiert
Iks. hsA heen docke.1 and thorooeely re I
paired thu fall, and we have no herniation in saying thai
she i!, in respect to strength, equal to any teat in lbs
trade. Her cabin has been thoroughly overhauled and
the travelling community may rely on this boit for as
much coinf.il t as any bout in the trade Capt Johnson s
long experience iu tbo trade without any accident is vnfu
cient to prove his superior skill His attention to?pacc
gers is witbont fault. For freight or passage apply to th j
Captain on board, or
JOHNSON, WEAVER A Co..
No. 89 Market street, or to
A. L. DAVIS.
octH-tf. B. U. S.Mail Packst olflce, AfenU
' DAILY' LINE OF PACKETS,
F0S EMIIHLAND, PADUCAH. LOUISVILLE AND
CONNE :TIXG at Paducab with Louis- j. n. q .
ville aid St LouU U S Mail Boats. C.i2esiii.V
STEADIER ALIDA SKsSffiR
leaves Nashville Mondays and Thursdays, at 111 odork
A. M. STEAJ1ER CUBA
Ix-aves Naahvillo on lueedaya and Fnd-iv allOo'clcc'
A.M. .STEA.IIKIt ROCK CITY
Leaves Nashville on Weduesdajs aud Saturdays at 10
clock, A. M
The above Boats are of light draught and have good ae
commodatiuus for possergers and will ran rrgu.arly in the
Cumberland River Trade. One of them leaves NmhviLe.
every dav, except Sunday, at 10 o'clock, AM.
oot3 6ni Agent
PHILADELPHIA AND SAVANNAH
TH IS Line consists of the two well known zgtzSft
First Class Steamships, STTE OFr-f25:
GKORGf A. J. J. Garvin, jr.. and KEY
STONh STATE. Capt IL Hardie, one of which leavs
each of the above u-tmed ports every Wednesday.
1htt f hip-i are in every way equal tu anv ru-nlBg en
the Coast One hundred miles inl nd cavitation on Ul
awaru Itiver and Bay. Time, about SO boors. Two nights
Cabin Possiire, with superior Slate Room accoramoda
tionn and excellent tare, t0- Steerage, M-oct-5
8md AgeotatSava nah. GA ! LAMAR.
GOOD S310KING.-Jost received lf.000 Havan
na t.igars of the Vualto de Abajo Tobacco, with a let
oi una Smoking Tobacco of various brands, Inghorn &
Arcutead'a Fine Ctewiog Tobacco, Diadem Twist, Fig
Tobeceo, with a large assot tmeut ut Fine Snnffs. 1 wouUl
call ettcnlion lomy larg lot of lin Pipes, Meeriehaun.s,
eacn pipe warranted genuine. Also on band imitation
Meerschaum, Fancy German, large lot. Port lloruss,
Snntf Boxes, Pen Kmvee, Marbles, Ac Muir A Son'
Scotch Ale, B Vpa Ijoadon Stoat For sale at the sign
of tbe Little Indian, corner Cedar and Cherry ts.
DAY'S FACTORY FOR SALE.
vTMIIS very valuable und well known property, is sitni
X ted j-tst beyond ihe Nashville and CbatUnooga Rai;
ruaJ, nun immediately botween the Franklin l ike aed
Elmw(4id. Tbe properly i a large Brick Uaiidmir. nita
b!e for any kind of Manufaettinj purposes. Tu I t
fronts, st. fM;t on Krcets in the Eal and Wet and fronts
J7X fct one tret U go Ihe North and South sides of I h
lot Terms liberal. Apply tn
- J.L1R. W.BROWN,
Nov. 9 td 4tH Cberrrst.
WARRANTED equal to c"in,ai none fold but what
I have made and my name stumped oa it
I have a large araortnieus of Forks, Spoons, Lad 15.
Copx, Tea Seit, Ac, Ac.
Orders will be r.-ceived, and all kinds of t-itver
incJuling FAIR PltEillUVLS, madein the sherte possi
ble time, aad furnished at less than fhiladelphu and New
York'retail prices. W. H. CALtlOLN,
octSO w i lS.l'nbilcSqiue
j vim BKovrais,
CORNEIt DEADEltiCIC ETBEET AND THE .'QCAEE.
io niM- impuliud wilh a superior toclc ot Uiiu. , and
ndv to watt upon all who mav faViir birn with a est .
A r.eh lisortnient of GENT LEJI EN 'S FUR MIX
ING GOODS always oa band. sept". tt;