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I UNION AND AMERICAN. NASHVILLE, FRIDAY MORNNIG, OCT. 17, 1858. Electoral Ticket. "We are prepared to furnish Tickets for the Pres idential Election in any numbers tiat may be or dered. It h important that our country Iriendg Bhonld lose no time in supplying themselves with a" liberal quantity of them, so that they may be dis tributed among the voterj. The price of tickets is ONE DOLLAR per thou sand, and we will brwsrd them fa well secured packggasty mail, if so requested, addi eg paUgp. The Late Hon. John L. Aiarling. We regret to announce the decease of Hon. Jchn L. Maeuso, U. S. Minister to Gautemala and formerly one of the editors of this paper, who died at his residenca nt Oakland, in the vicinity of this city, yesterday morning at 3 o'clock, in the 30lh year of his age. In til the walks o'. life, Mr. M. was a gentleman, at home and abroad; a gentleman, in the highest "Eense of the term. Brave, honest and upright, he wen the esteem of the good and the true with whom he came in contact. He las been cut down in the morning of man hoodat that critical period of life when men be come most burdened with the cares of this world, He desired to live, for the sake of the fond wife of his choica and the two dear pledges of their affec' tioa which God had civen them. He was at first disposed to murmur at his hard lot; but his mind underwent a great change, and he was willirg to leave thiaworldrin the bright hope of finding a better. Without any-special advantages in tho way of education, in verv earlv life he was placed ia a , - printing effice that "college" from which .has cm anated eo many ereat men, soman? bright intel lects, such a number of leading ninds a profes s.oa which, in this country, governs and guides the popular mind. In the printing office he not only pursued his business with alacrity, but in his lei sure moments was constantly engaged in rending and studying standard authors; progressing in men' tal culture step by step He had something of a poetic turn of mind. How could it be otherwise, when his mother is recognizsd as one of the most p'tfted noetesses in the roulh ? Her son often felt the lofty inspiration often did he sip nectar from the mount of Parnassus ; but his innate modesty forbid his permitting such efforts as he committed to paper to see the light. How many chords of the lyre within the poet's heart, have been dumb to the world's earl With his taste for refined and elevated literature, he possessed a strong prac tical feeling, and that rare faculty called "common eense," which is the true index of real greatness. From his youth up he read and thought much of tho Omnipotence, tbo justice, and the mercy of God. He possessed a remarkable veneration for the incomprihsnsible, immaculate and glorious Je hovah. He connected himself with the First Baptist church in 1842, and was baptized by Rev. Dr. Howell, in company with several other young gen tlemen of this city. Forsaking, for a time, the printing office, ho en tered upon the study of law, in the office of Hons. A. O. P. Nicholson and Russell Houston, under whose tutorago he was soon enabled to obtain li cense to practice at the bar. He was induced, however, soon after to tako charge of the "Daily Gazette" of this city, as its editor a position which gavo him an opportunity to display his intellectual attainments before the popular mind. Subsequently ho took charge of the columns of tbo ' Nashville. Union." In the Presidential canvass of 1852, partizan feeling ran high criminations and re-criminations were com- mon with editors of opposite opinions. Such was the fierceness of political warfare, he had a personal difficulty with a gentlemen at the head of an op position organ, and was severely wounded by a pistol s iot, which caussd him much suffering. On tho 1st of August, 13j4jMr. Marling was ap pointed by President Pierca, as American Resident Minister, near Gautemala. He immediately issued his valedictory to the readers of the Union, and' took his departure to Central America. After a residence of nearly two years in Guatemala, and his health becoming enfeebled, he obtained leave of absence lor the purpose ol returning to his na tive land, nia indisposition increased to such an extent, that he was compelled to stop for several days at New 0153, under medical treatment. Finally he reached his homo in the vicinity of this city, and again put his foot on his own thresholdjat Oakland Cottar c, where wife and children, mother and kind relatives, gladly welcomed him. For weeks past has he suffered disease slowly wasting away his frame until death came and took him to the epirit-world to that untrodden land from whence "no traveler return'." He was will ing to die feeling that reliance upon God which the christian only can feel He went in peace. He left no bitter pangs behind no animosities, no re sentments. Ho freely forgave all, and was as free ly forgiven by Him who rules in the high courts of heaven. His numerous friends will leng remem ber his virtues, his talents, bis nobleness of soul, and his triumphant departure to the world of glo ry, h. Cif Tbo tnends and acquaintance of the late Hon. JcnH L. Marliko are Invited to attend his funeral this mcrning at 11 o'clock, from tbo Fir;t Baptist Church. Divice service by Rev. W. H. -Batlkss. The Masonic fraternity are requested to meet at their Hall over M'CLCLLAsn's store, this morrJng at half past 9 o'clock, for the purpose of attending the funeral of their late brother, Hon. ''ins L. Marliko. New Hardwars House. Wo would remirdall pprsocs wishing to puichase articles in the Hard ware line of the new and txtensive establishment, just opened on Market Street, by Mefs-s Beau most, Vanlier & Co. Hre the mechanic can find tods of the lutestand most improved pattern ; the fportman riflci Rtd shot guns of the latest inven tion, and tLc housekecpar table cutlery of every description; and in fact every article in tho Hard ware trade. Give thrm a call. Theatre The Stock Company are sustaining themselves fkcly, and please all who go to sto them. They perform the comedy of " Sweet Hearts and Wives," and the farce of ' My Neigh bor's Wife," to-night. Besides, a Fancy Dance, aud Favorite Song. Wo hope to see a gotd house. gf Tho young gentlemen who escort tho yourg ladies in tho car representing the Bevtral States in the procession at the democratic mass meeting are requested to meet this evening at 7J o'clock, at the office of T. B Chilorkss, Esq. Siiakpk's Kifles. All Bportsmen, who are in want ol a good and reliable gun, especially adapted for large game such as Bear, Deer, are invited to call at tho store of Fall & Cunningham, No. 47r Tublic Square, and examino "Sharpe's Patent! port ing Rifle," which in rapidity of firinp, accuracy of aim, and length of range is far superior to any gun over invented, aud unlike any other Patent Gun its construction is so exceedingly simple that it is not more liable "to gel out of orJer" than the common Kentucky Rifle. F. & C have also a few shot guns made on the Fame Patent, Nasatille, July 1C, 1S5G Cm. All partons who are willing io entertain persons attending tho Democratic Mass Meeting are requested to report their names to Aris Brown, at tho law ofScs of T. B. Chil Jress, Esq. STATE FAIR. Owlnr to lha eitremn kd weather dnrinr the cut !aya, there was but a iiin attendance thU morning, consider- .ti. ih. ..v--.v.. , .v - '.v.a vt. 40 tho number that would bare been ia attendance bad bet-. ter prospects prevailed. The ground wa damp, and tbo winds were cold and chilly, and as a matter' "of conrsa every body felt and looked Mae. Should the sky dear up to-night, and give us a little sunshine for to-day, we hope and expect, to see a very large turn out, as we are' well .enough ported to know that the entertainment will be well worthyof atten tion. Yeiterday'i contait between our best blood on the turf was plrlted and animating, and It waa doubtful which of the vet erads won the day with the outsiders, so equal teemed the show on both tidea: it laneedleu to "J tharwe refer to den. Hiisiia,orjaTldion,andCoU Eiliott, of Sumner, who, together, hare bred more real line stock than any two men In the South. The blooded stoctryeiterday wai a good show decidedly the best. The following awards were made yesterday many of the article were to hare been pais ed upon the day before : But ButMtf fThiut Saalrlet. A. C.Franklin, of Sumner, Premium. F.K. Bains, of Davidson, Certificate. Bttt yuritty tfmetti entrlei. F. R. Kalna, of Davidson, Premium. A. C. Franklin, of Sumner, Certificate. Bttt Btthtl Oatt. T. 15. Jounion, "Davidson, Premium. . " J- C.Owen, Williamson, Certificate. ' " ' But Bat kit Cltan Blut Droit SteJ. 73T K. Allen, 9 umuer, Premium. BettBusUl Stripped Blut Orast Slid. J. C. Owen, Williamson, Premium. '; ' " ' T. U.Johnson, Davidson, Certificate; Lt'f Tobacct 2 entries. Ellis Jones, Williamson, Premium. A. C. Franklin, Sumner, Certificate. Leng Went. A. V. Franklin, Sumner, Premium and CerUficate. Middle Wotl. A.C. Franklin, Surantr, Premium. K. Alien, Sumner, Certificate But Bethel Cm. 3.0. Owen, Willlamion, Premium. Sim Lowery, Davidson, Certificate. Beit Corn SO atrtt 7 entries. J. C. Owen, Williamson, Premium. C. Hofsletter, Davidson, Certificate. Corn Meal. A. C. Franklin, Sumner, Premium and Certificate. FUur. 11. T. Yeatman Gallatin Mills Premium. Oraptt under glass. A. Ii. Montgomery, Premium. lDExceedlng!y fine. Qraptt In open air. A.T. Nolen, Willlamion, Premium. F. R. Rains, Day Idson , Certificate. STATU PAIR. Tho weather still continuing cloudy a J old, the attendance on yesterday did not improve on tbo day before, but what the audience lacked in numbers, was mado up in attention and.excitement. Early in the morning, a fair allowance of ladies at tended, and fires were built by the officers in va rious parts of the ground for their comfort; but the wind continued to grow colder and the clonds thicker, with an occasional drop of rain and enow, which forced some to return to more comfortable quarters. However the interest continued unaba ted, despite the weather, till 4 o'clock in tho even ing. Harness and Saddle stock constituted the class for exhibition yesterday, which was well contested and full of interest. Not having time to getthrough tho list, the contest for the best riding horse, mare or gilding will take place this morning. During the day, a pair of spirited horses attach ed to a hack ran away, and after making the entire circuit of the grounds, and passing through about two acres of buggies and hitched horses, brought up suddenly without doing any damage, affording much amusement to the crowd when it Wftq An. nounced "no one hurt " Not less inspiriting was thejrace between Wash' inglon and Black Satin in single harm es around tho outside track. Taken altogether the show yes terday was a decided improvement upon the past three days, tbe audienco entered more fully into the spirit, and were more highly entertained. As soon as we can, we shall give a complete list of the premiums. The following comprises tbe list for to-day; we hope the weather will improvo, as there are good prospects for a fine show. CATTI.i;, SWINE, .SIIUEf A; l'cUJlTKV. ui.unn ctTTiiC. 1 Best aged Hull, 22 a Desi llircejeara old null, is 3 Best two years old Bull, io 4 Ilest one year old Bull, o r. Best Suckling, Bull, id b iiesi agea uow, 'jo T llest tbree years old Cow, io d Uesttwo years old Heifer. Ill y Best one year old Heller, 1U It) Best Suckling, io II lien Bull of any nje, so IS Best Cow or Heifer or any age, so 13 Best Milcb Cow, without reference to blood, 10 14 Best Cow, combining milcb and beefquallties, 10 15 Besl Devonshire Hull, io U Best Devonshire Cow or Heifer, iu 17 Best Yoke of Oxen, iu 18 Sweepstake for best five Caltle bred by exhibitor, 30 Juoozs Thomas Harding, feter A. Carlwrlelrt, Or. J.T. Edgar, Stephen F. Harlan. Jcse Maxwell, W. P. Campbell, of Williamson. James M. Toiunklna. nf ltmlierr,,r,l. llr )n, rriiomss Martin, Jernme Pillow of Maury, W. ,vf Giles. .Male Singleton and H.Krakei, of. Sumner. maxwell SWING. 1 Best Boar, io S Besl Sow, jo 3 Best pair Pigs under six month-, s 4 Best five fat llugs III Best single fat Hog, 5 Jodqcs W. Moore, W. C lluffmin, of Sumner; Thomas 11. Johns.in, K. Trabue.Madisou Stratum, of Uivldson; Wil liam Owen, of Williamson and Tliouss Marshall. MIGGF. lue Wool. 1 Best aired Buck, 10 2 Best Kwe, iu middle Wool. 1 Best Buck, io 2 Besl Cwe, 11) Long Wool. 1 Rest Back, 10 a be.tEwe, 10 3 Beit ne Tat Sbeep, lu 4 Best pair Lambs ol any breed, 10 Jcdois Jese Maxwell, W. I). Phillips, Robert Carrof Robertson, Nam. II. Morgan, W. I'. Campbell. romriiY. 1 Best pair Turkeys. 2 5 Best pair Geese, distinct breed, 'i 3 Besl pair Ducks, distinct breed, 12 4 Best pair Brahma 1'ootra Chickens, ii 5 Best pair Shanghai, Burr, S C Best pair Black Shanghais, it 7 Best pair Cliitta Gong'., 2 8 Best pair Cochin Chinas, 2 y Besl ualr Fancy Fowls, S 10 Best pair Came Chickens, a 1 1 Best pair Black Spanish, 2 12 Best pair Cliickeus for family use, without regard to Dreed, -Jddois Dr. John Waters, Mr. Hzel, John Marshall of Williamson, Dr. W. A. Cheatham, S. .M. Scotl. OiT Owing to the large number of entries cf stock on yesterday at the Fair Grounds, it was impossible to exhibit all that was advertised and tbe following was left over and will tc exhibited this morning : 11 Best riding mare, howe or gelding, $10 12 Sweepstake for riding horses, 15 13 Sweepstake for riding mayes, 1 Chooser's Milliner?- Estadlishmest. Yester day was the Fall opening dsy of the above-stab-lishinent, and prompted by a desire to see some thing very nice us wtll as to be in fashion (as near ly every body, we thcuht, was there,) we went along with the tide and looked at the large and Gnu display of millinery and fancy goods there to be si eu Mr. Crouker has brought on a very large and vuii J sloth, etubiaciug all tho articles belong ing to the tratU', of evrry style and quality. Tlo s'.ock of bonuets, lljwers, ribbons, trimmings, head dresses, fcc, is Inr beyond what we expected to 320. The finer qualities of these various styles of goods are indeed supeib, surpassing anything we have ever seen. Tho bounets, particularly, we look upon as tho prettiest things in that line ever introduced to the i otiou of the public. Mr. C. is prepared to sell millinery goods at wholasale as well as retail, and country dealers de siring to purchase will do well to examine his stock ;3J Notice the advertisement of I'roL Wood. No doubt by the number of certiilcatea, this ia the moat re liable article of the kind ever offered to the public. There is nothing so beautiful as luiurant, glossy hair, and who would suffer titan for a few dimes ta become grey or tall ofTf Old maids and bachelors, read and rejoice that your Iota haTa teen cast ia a land where science and art bare combined to keep jou front beincr bald or grey headed. Married people, read and remember you soon may be en joying single blessedness again, and need tbe assistance of Prof. Wood. Seerjfody, turn and read fl'd&ith lad.) Journal. t- 1 ' I i jr.. - i - Ttij.' .n m ti ii -By Telegraph. J i two PnrsBtrca, Oct. 15; The Rennblican majorities I in Alleghany and Bradford counting amount to I nflfV Bin 7 ftftn W,.; r serin .:.: o 000; gam 7.000 -Wyomintr '600 msioritv. Sna quehana 1,000. Democratic :najorties fn- P.ka oau, x-erry xou, iNorthamplon 2,200, Carbon 700, Lshish 900. TWftmo linn dantra son r.i,mn,!nn 200. Sullivih 175. Wtmrrl.nd l2nrulpo; t' .- . " --"- inuiana only about 700 majority. Nothing further. Still Later. Ihdianapolis, Oct. 15, P. M. Returns come in very slowly indicate democratic success by 6000 majority. The democrats claim a majority of Con gressmen. In the Ath district, Foley, (dem.) Cum back's competitor, waa elected bv 1200 maioritv. The Republicans still claim the State. Private despatches are contradictory. New Yobk, Oct 16, M. All qualities of Flour slightly advanced. Suta G70aG80; Southern 7 30a7 55. Wheat advanced 2 cents Southern nJ Wf 01 o nn ri4 r , t a vanced Mess 21 75a22 00. Beef firm. Lard CiKcranATi, Oct 1G, M. Flour dull, 5 80a5 90 Whea', red 1 10; wjito 1 25. Whisky dull at 29. Itolasses firm at G5. Groceries otherwise unchanged. fJ River unchanged. Weather clear and cool. Looisvixle, Oct 1G. River unchanged. New Orleans, Ozt 14. Cotton sales 4000 bales at i decline. Middlings 12al2$. New Orleans, Oct 15 Cotton closed with a declining tendency. Orleans middling 12. Sales 100 bales. Dr. Shallenborgcr's FEVER AND AGUE ANTIDOTE, FOR THE SPEEDY safe, and radical cure of tvear roan of that Distress ing Malady on entirely rww principles. 1ST Sold at Wholesale by Ewin Brothers, and Retail by Jo. Q.BrowD, Naihville, Tenn. fjane ft3 6m is BREWER & CALDWELL, NEW YORK, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GRAIN FACTORS. No. 20. Old Slip, Corner Water. Birca TO J. T. SODTTEB, President Bank of Republic, New York ; J.K.SAS3, Esq., President Bank of Charleston, S, C; Messri. JOllN FRA8ER & CO., J. W. CALDWELL, Esq., Charleston, S. O. ; and Col. V. K. STEVENSON, President N. & O. Railroad, Nashville, Tenn. aug2C6m inside. NEW BOOKS. Medical Text Books. HAG AN & BRO., Market street, has in store, a largo collection of MEDICAL BOOKS, To which they invite the attention of Students and others. oetf NEW HOOKS, Harper's Magazine for October ; large supply ; Yankee Notions for October ; Godey's Lady's Book for October ; another supply. Counterfeit Detector for October ; just received by oct7 HAGAN & BltO. MVK AND LKAKN. A Gums fob tuosi who wisn to Spue and white con Btcsxr. Particularly intended as a book of reference for tbe solu tion of dulicultirs connected with Grammar, Composi tion, Punctuation, Ac, with explanations of Latin and French words and phrases of freqeent occurrence in Newspapers, Reviews, Periodicals and books in general, containing examples of one thousand mistakes of daily occurrence in speaking, writingand pronunciation. "LIVE A Nil UiiKJr'-19 a most usetui boot, designed as a guide to Grammar, Composition and Punctuation. So few people speak or write really good grammar, and few er still punctuate decently, that a boek that informs them bow to do so and not only indicates their faults, but shows them bow they are to be corrected cannot fail to be popular; there is not a person, indeed, who might not learn something Irom it. As a book of reference, " Lire and Learn" will settle many disputes. It ought to be on every table, and be particularly recommended to tbe young before habit makes common blunders uncommon usru iu cure. For sale by UAGAN A BRO.. Market St. A MtEATXUOK ISY A U HKA T A UTilOli. MAGDALEN IIEl'HURN: A Story of the Scottish Reformation. By Mrs. Olipbanr, Author of" Zaidee," " Adam Graeme,'' Ac. Complete in one large 12mo rolume, bound in cloth, for $1'25. MAODALEN 11EPBURV. A Story of the Scottish Re formation The author of "JCaidee," has afforded us a treat of no ordinary character in the work of "Magdalen Hep burn All persons mat react at an, mow now proline ine period of the Scottish Reformation is in subjects for tbe writer of wholesome, sterling, elevated, high-toned and deeply interesting fiction. The author of Magdalen Hep burn has availed nerselfof this casket of splendid sugges tions with extraordinary cleverness, and in these pages has afforded a series of thoughtful, earnest, eoul-atirriBg pictures, the whole forming a narrative at once subduing and exciting, thrilling and pathetic, romantic aud truth fnl.tbeutrical and simple. Every character J,ives ana moves, And has a being." For sale by IIAOAN k BRO. E1,LEN I'EltCV : or, the Memoirs ot au Actress. By G. W.M. Reynolds. The Comical Adventures of Duvid Dutties. Illustrated with over two hundred laughable engrav lues. ith others just received by Sept. 28. UAGxVA BRO.. Market St. MEDICAL UUUKS-.l largo stock of tbe Medical Text Books, standard and miscellaneous, just received and far sale at Publisher's prices by HAG.4.V4BRO.. Market St. ii. O'KANE PRODUCE AND C0MMIBSION MERCHANT, AND DEALER IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS, South-East cornerof Church and College Streets. Nashville, Tennessee. Cash for all kinds of Produce. WHEAT', RYE, BACON, FEATUERi BEESWAX, WOOL, Ac, Ac., by IL O KANE, janS'56 S. K Corner College and Church sts. ONE HUNDRED TONS PITTSBURG IRON, well assorted, now in store and lor sale low for cash by jan8'56 R. O'KANE. 100,000 Pounds Well Dried BACON WANTED FOR CASH, MM EDI A '1KL Y by marlO tf R. O'KANE. London Lady Potatoes. fill alUoULUa ncivcu uuu lur vaic JLUV aplO R. O'KANE. Jamaica ""lura. A GENUINE ARTICLE, warranted pure, suitabla for XX. Medical purposes, for sale by apl R.O.KANE. NEW ALE. rn BBLS receired and for sale low by OU janl R. O'KANE. Wheat: Wheat! Wheat! riMlE undersigned will make engagements lor Wbeati L be delivered in August, if application is madeimme j:.,.,.. u iivivr; diate'r. w UOLI r'UK OA3I1. BY R. O'KANE. jniieIR CIDER! CIDER I -Wanted Tor ctwb, 5U0 barrels Apple Cider by aep2 R. O'KANE. NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to tbe Broad Street Bridge ffice of XX Company are hereby notified to call at the Office th e Bridge and pay their accounts. All accounts unpaid by thi 10th of October, will be given to au officer for collection. BROAD STREET BRIDGE COMPANY. Directors. A. J. Duncan, Pres't. Sam'l Beay, A.W.Johnson, S. M. Scott, Sec. and Trtas. at. Burns, R. C. McNairy, Uuh Douglas, 8am'l Prichitt, E. S, Gardner, John Campbell. C. E. HUtman, T. W. Evans, Dyer Pearl, rept25 If P. P. Peck iS now receiving from the celebrated Manufactory of BaaWbTirt A iJos, New York, a further supply of choice Coache, Rockaways and Light Trotting Buggies. Alu, has constantly on hand of bis own bnild Buggies es pecially adapted to country use, at bis Ware' Rooms on lower Market street. oct2 tf Fair and Conveiitions- A TRAIN will leivp the Depot of'the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroal for tbe Fair Grounds during the time ot the American and Democratic Conventions, and the Fair, according to the following Scbsdnlo : Leave Depot 9.15, A. M. Leave Fair Grounds 9 40, A. M. 10.15 " " 10.0 " 11.15 ' 12.15. P. M. 115 " 2.05 8.00 " 8 45 4 50 " 11.40 " 12.40 P.M. 1.40 " 2.25 M 8 25 " 410 4.45 " 5,15 6,85. Fare each way 10 cents. Persons going and returning are requested to provide themselves with change, and to purpmuK) ..GAcia oeioro go.uBi: uu uiecsnu OCt9 B.P.A- Q 1. I. ANDERSON. Snn't. NECK TIES ANirsTOUll.-Jaai receifea every vanity of Cravats, Ties, and Stocks, octa J. H. McGILL, Laiiea'aad Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, corner of Square and CoL'cre Bieit Executor's Sale. Iron Woiks Ore Banks Water Power, 8, - ' ' f arming ,xands lor sale. THE undersigned, Executors of Montgomery Bell, de ceased, will sell at public sale, on MONDAY, the 2utb of. November sfcit, at Jackson Fnrsace, the follow' lntr DroDertr. nz i I Jackson Fnruace. and tbe Lands appurtenant and b 6 i?.DPE8 lhen .contains 'abont Three Thousand Acres. i -ima This Fnrnaca is situated in Dickson Countr. Tennessee. on the waters ofBearer Dam fork cf Turn Ball, about muestrom tbe Aashnlle and Ubariotter Turnpike road and immediately on tbe route ot tha Nashville and North Western Itailroad, which road is norr progressing and win oe completed to tne rumace aunng me next year. Tbe ore is abundant and cl quality A, No. 1 The timber is admirably adapted for coaling. The attention of persons wisuiug iu engage ia ins rrou Business is cauea to tnis r urnace, oemg laieiy reuu'.r, anu reaay ior lmmeaiate use. We will also sell at the same time and place, several Tracts cf Lind. King on Mill Oreek and Duck River, in Hickman county among others tbe celebrated Duck Iiirer Oie Bank, the largest deposit m tbe SUte, and the quality unsurpsssfa. also, several otner ure tsanks and water roirers on Ml Cfeek, known as the "Tour Bank," Upper Foige, perkin'a Folly, Ac . 4c Also. About COO Acres, inciudinz the Dickson Ore Bank, lying in Dickson connty, on the Turnpike from Charlotte to Waserlr. Also, 50 acres on 1'ellow Creek, including an Ore Bank; and 50 acres on Jones Creek, including an Ore Bank. On the following day they will cell at the Narrows of iiurpetu , in Davidson county, the celebrated Water Power known as tbe Lower Tunnell, at tbe Narrows ot Harpeth, together with "Ten acres of ground on tbe West side ot the llurpeih Hirer, for a Residence. Garden. Ac. ior those who may employ f aid Tunnel and a sufficient amount of grcuna areuna tne moutn omaia t unnel tor tne necessary builldinjrs and improvements for Ihe Je of the Water Power there,- together with free access ro tha same for the purpose ot carrying on any manufactory that may be erect, ed at said Tunnell " This Water Povreria well worth the attention of all persons, who with to engage in any busi ness, requiring great power to propel the machinery. Trans or Bill One and two years credit, notes with approved security and a lien retained till the money is paid. WM. E- WATKINS, 1 J. L. BELL. y Exi. octl4-td O. P. McROBERTU ) KNOXVIXE AND KENTUCKY RAILROAD. TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. Proposals will be received in tbeolltceof the Company, in Knoxville, Tenn., until Saturday, the 15th day of Norcmber, for the Grading and Masonry of the lirst division, extending from Knoxville to the Base ol the Cumberland Mountains, a distanojof thirty miles. This Division covers a lares amount of verv heavy work. It will include a Tunnel of 1050 feet in length, 15,000 cubic yarus ot masonry ot an cinas ana nearly J,sou,oou cubic yards or earth and rock excavation. The Company have rood stock subscriptions, and loans irom me oiaie ot .Tennessee, amounting to neany fsw, 000 applicable to the construction of this Division. The country through which the Road passes, is rich ana productive, ana aDunuanuy able toiurnisii tne neces sary supplies to contractors. The work will be divided into sections of about one miloeacb. The Company claim the right ot reserving the light Sec tions at this time, unless included in the same contract with one or more heavy sections, tbe object being to se. cure the completion of the entire work as nearly sa prc. ticable at the same time ; tbi right is also reserved, to re ject any proposals that are not satisfactory. Bidders will be required to give security, or satisfactory eviueuceui ueir auuuy, ior lue uue periormanco oi any work that may be awarded them. Plans, Profales and Specifications may be seen and other : -r . i . . -: , . i .1: r . i. . -.l - r i. luiutuiauuu uuuuupu ufc lueuiucv ui urn i.uiei CiaLnoeerin Itnivrllln ' M 1 UIMmi IDII f'hlnr II T - M. B. octH dim Knoxville & Kentuccy K. R. WARE HOUSE ItOU.II FUit RENT. nPUE LARGE ROOM on Market street, below the site JL oi tne jiasaville Inn, known is tbe Agricultural Man. u actury uompany. Apply to ut,.J. t. smt-ljUS, octM tf Aeenf. FOR RENT OR LRASE. rTUlE latga vacant Ixt on Front street, immediately in jl iue rear oi me agricultural unnuMctory, well caicu- uiea ioraiiumoeror uoai vara. Apply to octU 11 EN J. F. SHIELDS, Agent. STORAGE AND COMMISSION KOO.US, ON TBE PUBLIC SQUARE. Call at octU BESJ. F.SUIELD3'S, No 43 Public Square. DENTAL MATERIALS. TUST received bv Exnress a lar?e stock of Dental in fj struments, which Dentists are requested to examine at toe urug otore ot tno unaersiuea : Splitting and Excising Furress ; Silver and Pearl Mouth Mirrors ; Separating Files; Molar and Uiciisbids da; Burrs and Drills; Scalors and Plugns; linprersion Cups: Bench Vices ; Blow Pipes ; Plate Shears ; Punch Forceps ; Teeth Holders; Gnndiog Apparatus; Corruniirum Wheels aud Files ; Anvils, Elevoterg, Burnisher, ic- For sala at a small adrauce iiim.u Kiileru cost bv ocU2 bTRETCU & PECK. SURGICAL I N STRUM ENTS. TUST received a good supply cf the above Instruments, New Styles Pocket Instruments ; I'liisicma's Jj Case ut Vials; Obsetrical instruments; Disiecting do Cuppicg do 'i'oubil; Scariticntorp; Speculumsofall kinds; Silrr Cuthelers of all kiuds ; Porte Caustic ; I'robanjf; Flexible Metalic liougies ; ltucct of all kinds ; x Trepanning' Instruments; Anipulutini; do Eye do ; all of which will be sold at a small advance upon l.astern cost bv STUETOll A PECK, cell 2 Corner of College and Union streets. WASTED AN active lad, about 12 or 15 years of age. octll R. U. BROCK W A AY Sl CO. Boots and Shoes JOHN RAM AGE, No. -13 College street. 11 just received Gent's call water proof boots, " " thick sola ' " " dress boots " " Congress gaiters, a fine art'de, " " Oxford and Jersey ties. With a variety cf shoes lor gentlemen of almo3t every description, TO THE LADIES. Ladies Italian cloth and French lasting heeled gaittrs, " Thick and thin sole kid bootees with heels, ' A:Ai. nr iAiaa fin.. M.i Di;nn.M wim or witboui Wheels. " ' ' Jiluje8 salrior Frencii ana English lasting slippers, '.. WhIta kiA K,i .: ' With a complete assortment ot Misses and children's shoes, of every description. TRUNKS, VALISES AND CARPET BAGS. Superior Sole LealberTrunks, Iron Frame Block Lrath. V, UU. A WUI H HI VI ml I II LI . f.. IIUUI V (TIV. Sole leather Ashland valises, a line article, Black and J Russett valises; Ladies Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, Black Leather I raveling uags, sc. uct 5. McCLURE, BUCIv & CO., (Successors to the late firm of Maxey, McClure & Co.) TIN, PLATE At SHEET IRON WORKERS, AT their old stand. No. 25 Market street, Nashville, Tenn., keep constantly on band Tin Ware ol every description wholesale and retail. Also, Tin Plate, Sheet Ctpper, Block Tin, Sheet Iron, Sad Irons, Fair bank's Platform Scales of the most improved patterns. Wood and ConI Stoves, consisting of Franklin's Ten Plate, Seven Plate, Box and Cylender Stoves. Also, Parlor, Chamber and Ollice Grates. To all of which they would respectfully call tho attention of thosa wishing to purchase. septlO 3m. WholcsalcBry Goods, &c. TO MERCHANTS ONLV. SIXTY-F1VE thousand dollars worth ot new and fash lonable Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Clothing and Hardware, Ac, Ac, to be void at pri vate sale for cosh and four months notes payable In Bank. These goads have been bought in New York and Boston , since the heavy decline, at auction, of Manufacturers agents and by tbe package at prices varying from 6 to On per cent, less than their prices in June and July. These goods are consigned to us to be closed immediately, in a word we defy competton in this market. Merchants who do business to make money and can pay cash and give four months notes and pay them, will please gire us a call. Those long winded gentlsmen who are willing to pay Irom 25 to 75 per cent, profit on goods for tbs privilege ot 12 months and them nay at their earliest convenience, our bouse is no place for them. ALSO, thirty thousand dollars worth of new and de sirable goods, consigned to us to be sold at auction exclu sively. Our Auction Sales will continue as usual every Tues day and Thursday. Tibms All sums under $100 cash ; over tlOO, 4 months time. We earnestly request City and Country Merchants who easnviue marxet to try us what wo promise then pass as e in showing our entire stock to any ana an wno win give us a can. TRABUE & LUCAS, Commission Merchants, stptl2 tf. n p & a No. 74 Public Sqnare. HOYS' CLOTHING. WE have just received an extensive assortment of Boys' Clothing, of various styles and prices, which we respectfully invite our'fri-nds and tbo public gen erally to call and examine. We are also constantly re ceiving gentlemen's Over-Coats, Drive and Frock Coats, and Yests of every description. Our stock of Furnishing Goods is now complete, all of which in addition to a heavy arrival of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings in tbe piece we Hatter mrsslres will olTer inducements rarely presented to the cititons of Nashville. Beptl6 CLINTON A ABBOTT. ml,.-.... .. THE SUitbUICIUEHS 1 r 1 VL' (nnt nnanaJ a wa riunrlanni AiByirtmant t Furnishing Goods, comprising a great -variety of I (Moves. ScsDenders. Neck 1 : lies, uiacx ana raucyatocxs, I Linea (Jambrtc tlandEercmeis, iamos n 001 ana lioiion half Hose, Gents Shawls and Mutljers, Ac, Ac, all of which will be sold at fair prices. .septlO-tf CLIFTON A ABBOTT. TLACI TEA, Two eases the Bnest erer bmogui 1 J 10 this martet. tor tale tow ny tept7 M CBEA A TERRAS3. ? SS. A. - and AUCTIpN'SALEOF GROCERIES, ' H;-S.. Preach' & Sou. ON THURSDAY. October 16ih, 156, we will offer at public sale, in front orcur Ware house, on the corner of Maiket and Clark streets, the following article, l.-tf hhcU Sugar, trumFiir tq Prima; 25 do do, choice; 2u0 bags RioCoflee; 500 bxs Star Candles wholes, halves and quarters ; 200 Jbrs Tallow Candles; 800 bxs Soap; 50 barrels Molasses ; 25 do Mackerel; CO bxs Tumblers ; . ' - ' 200 bxs Flasks, qU,pts, and balf pts; 100 do Glass Jars: S 500 Reams Wrapo'uc Ptp-r ; 60 boxes Meleo dinars i 150 do Cheroot do; 100,000 Spanish do ; 100 doz Painted Buckets; 1C00 kegs Nails, all sixss ; 60 doz Brooms ; '2000 sacks Coarse and Fine Salt ; 200 boxes Tobacco, various brands ; 10 cases Matches ; 25 chests Black and Green Tea ; S00 bbls Whiskv. various brands : together with a full assortment of tine Liquors of all kinds. Also, Indigo, Madder, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Soda, Bed Cords. Black ing, and other articles too numerous to msntion. This wilt be the Unrest sate ever effjred in Tennessee. Terms are liberal, and it aSords a rare opportunity fur Country Merchants to replenish their stocks. TtRs or Sali. All suma under tioo cash; all sums over S2G0 and under tlOUO. 60 days : alt sums over ttOOO and under $2000. 90 days ; all sums oter $20004 months, for approved endorsed notes payable in one ot the city Banks. EL S. FKENCU & SON. octs td n. A. C. & A. B. BEECH, No. 40 College Street TTAVEnow in store a verv larea amount of Nw and n Desirable Fall nd Winter Goods, direct tnim the bands cT importeis and Jlanmacturers, alt ot wh'ch litre been purchised to best advantage. Persons vMH a Nash ville lor tbe puroosaof buvine roods willed rlainli jo well to call and examine our Stock before making their pur chases, as we arj determined to sell at the lowest figures. S11KS. Rich flounced Silks, Striped Brocade Chintz Flonnca ; do Uo do catia do do do do Jasps do New style Stripe and Plaid Silks of all kinds; Fine bl k Rept and Silks for mourning ; A large stock Plain bl'k Silks ofibe nest makes in all widths. Cashmeres nnd Dc Lanes, Our Stock of Woollri, I !-. .ikhIs imbracea everything in this line fine rich Fig'd i'e Lunes, tine 6 4 Fig'd Cash. meres, an wool ue lnes (plum) in all colors, beuutirul shades Feb Merino, line bl'k Mxririn, also, K 4 Plain bl'k DeLanes, Lupin's best make tioe bl'c Uombiiineaud Al paccas all prices, col'd and bl'k (berge Cloths. Cloaks mill Shawls. Of every style clolh, Velvet and Moirt: Antique, Stella border Shawls and Scurfs, LongaadSqtuieSiuvtlj, plain bl'k and Drab do. Lace Gocdi Fine VaL Lace Setts; do do Collars, new strle; French needle-work Collars trimmed ; New style om'd Muslin Setts ; Em'd Linen Setts. Emb'd Jaconet Collars and sleeves of the beautiful styles, Emb'd Travelling SelU; Ladies fine Hemstich and Kni'd Haudk'ls; Em b'd Skirts, nw stj le g iuOs lor dlirln; Hair Cloth, a new article Grass Clolh lor Skirts; Ilooped liiir Skirts, plain Domestic Uoop Skirts. Hosiery and Gloves. Best make Kid Gloscs (Ladies' and tienllttueii'.;) Ladies' Silk, Csshmere. Lisle Thread, Beaver and Raw Silk fleeced Gloves ; Woollen Kid and Buck Gauntletf ; Misses' bearer Gloves for School, Bi'd Raw Silk liose plain and flceoed; Bl'k Cashmere and Worsted Hooe, Ladies and Misses; Very superior lot Ladies and Misses Grey English Woollen Hose; Large lot children's Worsted Ilose, and Grecian Boots tor in tints; All colors Eastern Knitting Yarns; Grey Shaker Yam. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Block and Fancy French Cloths; Fine Fancy D-b!e Mill French Cassimerts; 6-4 Bl'k Doeskin Cassimeres; Plain Blue and Black d'ble Engliab Cassimere New article; Beantitul he'd Velvet Vesting Elegant lot Heady Made Shirts and Shirt Collars; Ready Made Linen ehirt Boeomsr Gentlemm's NettUnder Shirts and Drawers; Plain and Kibbflflitlk Shirts and Drawers; Ludies' Nett WooTTs) Merino Vests House Furnishing Goods, -i Table Damask every vartety; Linen Towels, Napkins and Huckaback Diapers; Carpets and Curtain Goods. We hare on band a verv heavv Stock of Carnets tbe best makes, 8-ply and 2-py Carpets, Tapestry and Vel vet Carpets, some beautiful in Velvet and Tapestry, tine Velvet Ruggs, most elegant styles; Parlor Mats cf all ktnria- Wnrdtjlri M-mnaV. nil l,ira. Uitm I Ia I.n.a AnM and Striped in new styles; elegaut Lace and Muslin Cur tains, Emb'd Muslin in tha piece: Cornices, Pins, and Bands of modt beautiful styles. Gimps, Loops and all other trimmings to match. Those having small rooms to cover can ro supplied with remnants of Carpets at very reduced prices. A very large stock of Una Bed Blankets and Arc tic Travelling Blsnkets and Shawls of all kinds, Negro Clothing of all kinds; Wagon Sheeting, 3 yards wide. A U. H A. IS. HLfcUII, sept25 tf 49 College street. Nashville. NEW ARRIVAL OF , BOOTS, SHOES, .TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET UAGS.&C. FOR FALL AN t) WINTER T RADE, AT C. 15. Hall's, pONSlSTISC In part as follows, vll : t V KuperSne Hag. Kid Slippers; " wan Km ana ball a Biippers; " Black .Satin Slippers: " Kid Bootees, thin aud thick soles; " Black Listing Slippers and Bu.tlns: " " Velvet " Ijui's Congress Gaiters with A without heels; " Gaiters, side and front lsre; " Cloat sewed and pegged Bootees; Misses " " " " " Fine Kid Bootees and Slippers; Blaek Lasting Gaiters; Children's ' " " Kid and Goat Booees thick an d thin soles; " " Ancle Ties; Servants' Calf and boat Bootees, a large assortment; Gents fine Calf Single and Double Sola Boots; " " " Oxlord lies; " " " Monterey Ties; " Patent Leather Shoes; Boys' flee CaK Boots, Ac, Ac. TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS. A splendid assortment of Iron Frame Sala Leather Trsv. elline Truuka, Valines. Bound Trunks. Velvet nuJ Bius- sol Oirjiel Uajrs, Oil Cloth Traveling Bags, &c., &e.,all of wuicn are ouurou ai low prices mrcasD. Oman -proms and quick sales is the mono. Give us a call. soplT tf C. B HALL, 19 Public aquaro. THE EXCITEMENT OF 1850! AS this is an age of progression, and von may as well be out of the world as to be out of the fashion, that being the case, you should call immediately at Xtficholsoirs and supply yourself with some of those REAUTIFUL wmcn were selected witn no much taste and attention; the names of which are too numerous to mention. In a word everything that is usually kept in a nv i um (,uui iiuusk. We don't wish to boast, for the Goods will speak for iuemseire tui wb is a can irom ine paiuo generally. Besides Dress Goods, we have an excellent lot of WRAPPING, such as Cloaks, Mantillas, Talmas, Shawls, Scarfs, Ac. Also, the different kinds of Laces and Embroideries. Our stock of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR is rtry complete, con sisting of Cloths, Cassimeres, Yestings and Famishing Goods. Also a good stock of UOMESTIC GOODS. such as Bed Ticiings, Domestic Drilling, Blankets, Linf sey, Jeans, Flannels, Irish Linens, in fact everything o. tbe kind. All of which we will sell at a very low profit- I. O. NICHOLSON & CO.. sept21 No. 22 Public Square. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO., No, 41 Public Square. WR would Inform oar customers and the trade generally, that we now h&ve in Store and rn&ilr Tnr hIh it vnpv larro and desirable stock of FOKKIG.N AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, and ItKADY MADE CLOTHING, wilted to the Fall aud Winter trade,and wnicu they are disposed to sell at as mall advance. Our preseDl stock will be found much larger than usual, embracing a flno assortment of irentlemen'a Wear and Lsdies' ' DRESS GOODS. surDassInr; both In aualllv and brilll&ucv of style and patterns any of our former stocks. Our liue of White Good j, Urnbrot Jeries, Klbbons, Lacts, Trl mmiugs, &c., will also be found equally large and attractive. Our Stock of READY MAuK ULOTIUXG is unusually Urge and well adapted to the'approachlng season, and having paid particular attention to the getting up of this artlcls, we are prepared to offer Inducements to those dealing In It. We therefore solicit a call from Merchant visiting our market, and shall take pleasure In exhibiting to them our stock and prices ALLUU.i.ivaasu.i, k uu. taga um Charles Heidsick CHAMPAIGNS- TIIE rapid sale with which my last importation of this article met, has induced me to order a new supply, which arrived this day, being; SUPERIOR to any lot yet offered. I commend itto iue trade, as well as for family use. u. Ij. biMrsu.v octlO tf 42 Public Square, Benj, F. shield s Commission House. PIANO 'FORTES, Looking Glasses, &c. Wc uave now in awre a una iiocs 01 Pianos, Melodeons, Window Shades,! Artista'Materials. Ac. and are still mannfoc-l turinz Inside Blinds, and all kinds of Gilt Works have iccently added largely to our stock of ORNAMENTS FOR MIRRORS, &c. In a word we intend to KEEP UP W1TU TBE TIMES. please onr customers and inuocs tbcm to patronise ttoua msieau 01 seuuiug aoroao. OCUl II W. K. KKERMAN. THE NAAUVlLlE AMI .llAl-l'AOtJliA: Af ILL charge full fare to Nashville and give a retnra "v,,.iiiumij;s ua iuo loiicwmg occasions. to hold eood from the 10th to S2d October : American Convention to be held in -Nashville, lOtb and Hth October, 1S5G. Annual State Fairs, from tha lEth to 16th October, in clusive. Democratic Convention to be beld In Nashville, on tie 21st October, 1B56. H. I.ANDtRSUN. iept21 dtrwwu aop 1 a. a v. a, a. MEDICAL fBemovillc & Bell, W DRUGGIST & APOTHECARIES, tP" No. 28 Cherry street, 2 doors from corner Union, KEEP-constacUyonhaud a larga and well selected stock of Genuine Diugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Spices, Perfumery, Ac-, which we will sell at the lo-rest rnces ior cash, or to punctual dealers on the usual Wenopabydosa attention lo business to rtcaire a uuueu soars or public patronage Physicians Prescriptions carefully compounded at SAL SODA. Um cast or Hal ticda received and lor aloby DEMOVILLE & BELL. SULPU. QUININE,&c.-Sulph Quinine. Salpb. Linchona, eulph Qiinidin, Ac., recaived and for sale L ocW DEMOVILLE & BELL WOOD'S IIAIK RESTORATIVE. Another . , "PP'J' ef. Wood's Hair Restorative, all sixes, re- ccitsu qaaior sale by DEMOVILLE & BELL. IOCKET KNIVKM A tine assortment of Pocket . h-uires, received and for sale by " UEMOYILI.E & BELL. "R't"?' Ac-Fine Bir Brushes, 1?-?? .Dressing and F.5 DEMOVILLE A BELL. PEKFHJ1EK Y and Faacy Articles, Ooloenes, Kx tracts for the Handkerchiefs, Pomatums, Hair Oils, Straps, &z., for sale by oci DEMOVILLE A BELL. THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY' OF THE AGE IS Ayer's Cathartic Pills. THEY dnr.'t h'!p complaints, bat (hey cars them, tine Box ht cured l)spepla. Three Bates hivo cured the worst eases of Scrofula. Two U.'Xe. Lava cured Enilmtlu. One Bux always cures the Jaundice, three Boxes are sure to cleaus ths system from Boll of ten less than una Ann It. To Uoxet hare completely cared the worst of Ulcsrs 03 Small doses seldom fsll to euro the Piles. One dose cures the Headiest arising from a foal stomach. bor"n(f lo often repealed expel .osery worm rom o 1 tier should be given to children, who are always more or less afilctedwith this sconnre. As a rentle Phssle trier turn no mnil. One Box cares derangnment of the Liver. Half a Sox cures a Cold. They purity ths blood, and thus strike at the foundation of ererr disease. As a Dinner Pill there is not their equal Io ths world. ineyare purely vegetable, and can do no harm, but do ac- Prepared by Dr. J. !. AY Kit, Practical Chemist, Lowell, Mass., and sold by all Uruiglsta and Dealers fa Medicine throngh this section. septlO-Sm. A. J. FRANCISCO, MANUFACTURES AND DEALER IN Hats, Caps and Ladies' PURS, NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE, Nashville. AUTUMN STYLE OF MOLESKIN 1IA.TFOR 1850. Tha new and Fall Style of Moleskin Hat will ba Introduced this moraine at tbe HAT BAZAR It of FRANCISCO, No. 23, Public Square. Gents who are in search ot scmething graceful and be coming are iniiled to examine this beautiful style. A. J. FKANClSCO, ang28, '56. No. S3, Public Square. SOFT HATS. VF this class of Goods vou will find all J tbe NEW STYLES OF BEAUTY, FASHION AND COMFORT, represented in a variety of shapes and shade of colors, t bound to Dleasa. whomsoever desire to be pleased with a bat at A. J. FRANCISCO'S. ang23 Fashionable Hat Emporium. FRESH SUPPLY. JUST RECEIVED or those FAWN AND ROSE CENDREE, (As.Kti of Rei) which are said to p-gti tbe charm of soltening the hardest glances aimed at a weortr of any or these, for the visionary organs so pleasing, head apparel. Any gentleman, therefore, who desires a sunny gleam from soma admired "oris" ought not to neglect the now 08'ered opportunity to procure one nf these atlractx tUtal A. J. FRANCISCO'S list Bazaar. No. S3. Public Square. CHILDREN'S HATS. A BEAUTIFUL assortment or children's plain and fancy soft hats, in black and various colors, just re ceived. Also, on band a fine fresh stock of neat and tasty little boy's silk bats, our own make, in white, purple and black plush. Parents, will therefore, do well by calling with their youthful branches to select for them a fine and dressy, or a cheap and durable Hat, at the Fahionaba Hat Store of A. J. FRANCISCO. ang23 No. 43. Public Sq nara. CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rilil Cure or COUfiHS, COLDS, IIOAUSHXESS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPl X G-C0 U (I II. CROUP, ASTIDIA, AM) CONSIDIPTIOX. Cathartic Pills. OPERATIVE by their powerful Influence on tbe inter nal Viscera to purify tbe blood and stimulate it into healthy action. They remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, and or restoring tneir irregular action to neaitn, correct, wherever they exist, snch derangements as are tbe first cause of disease. An extensive trial of their virtues, by Professors, and Patients, has shown cures of dangerous diseases almost beyond belief, were they not substantiated by persons ot such exalted position and character as to forbid tbe suspicion ot untruth Their certificates ore published in my American Almanac, which the Agents below named are pleased to furnish to all iaqulring. Annexed we give Directions ior mcir use in tne com plaints which they have been found to cure. Fob Cohivixus Take one or two Pills, or such quan tity as to gently move tbe bowels. Costivenets is frequent ly the aggravating cause of Piles, and tbe cure of one com plaint is tne cure ct Dotn Ao person can feel well wctla under a costive babit ot body. Hence it should be, as it can be, promptly relieved. Fox UtsPifsia, which is sometimes (he cause of Cos tiveness, and alwas uncomfortable, take mild doses to stimulate tbe stum ich and liver into s healthy action. They wilt do it, and tbe heartburn, body burn, and soulburn of dyspepsia will rapidly disappear. When it has gone, con't forget what cared you. For a Foul Stomach, or Morbid inaction of the Bowels, which produces general depression ot tbe spirits and bad health, take from four to eight Pills at first, and smaller doses afterwards, until activity and strength it It stored to the system. Fob akkvooxcss. Sick Ile&dacho, Nausea, Pain in the Stomach, Back, or Side, take from four to eight Pills on going to bed. If they do not operate eulhcienily, take more tha next day until they do. Don't wear tbiwe and their kindred disorders because your atom .ch is foul. For Scrofula, Erysipelas, aud all diseases of ths Skin. take the Pills freely and frequently, to keep tbe bowels open. The eruptions will geuenlly soon begin to dimin ish and disappear. Many dreadful ulcers and sores bare been healed up by the purging and purifying ettVct of these Pills, and some disgusting diseases which seems to satu rate tbe whoie system have completely yielded to their intlaence. leaving the sntfsrer in perfect health. Patients I your duty to eocietylforbida that you should parade yourself around tne world covered witn piinpirs, Dioicnes, ulcers, sores, and and all or any ot the une'ean diseases of tha skin, because your system wants cleansing. To Puxirr vas Blood, they are tbe best medicine ever discovered. They should be taken freely and frequently, and the impurities which sow tbe seeds of incurable dis ease will be swept out of the system like chaff before the wind. By this property they do as much good in prevent ing sickness as by the remarkable cures which they are making everywhere. Livis CoapLaT, Jaundice, and all Billicns Aflections arse from some derangement either torpidity, conges tion, or obstructions ot tbe Liver. Torpidity and conges tion vitiate the bile and render it unfit Ior digestion. This is disastrous to the health, and the constitution is frequent ly undermined by no otner causa Indigestion is tbe symp tom. Obstruction of the duet which empties tha bite into tne stomacn causes tne one to overnow into tbe blood. ThisproducesJanadice, with a long and dangerous train of I eiua. vwiiTrucs.1, or Buerniicij cuniiTe jesa and Qiarrticei, I nravails. Feverish svmoloms. laniruor. low 1 apinUi,wean. ness, restlessness, and melancholy with sometimes inabili ty to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness : sometimes mere is severe pain in tbo aide; the skin and tbs white of tbe eyes become greenish yellow ; tha stomach acid ; the bowels sore to tbe touch ; tha whole system irritable with a tendency to fever, which may tarn to bilious lever, bili ous diarrheal, dysentery, Ac A medium dose of three or four Pills taken at night followed by two or three in the morning, and repeated a few days, will remove the cause of all thete troubles. It is wicked to suffer such pains when ,you can ere them for 25 cants. Khicuatisu, Goat, and oil Inflammatory Fevers are rapidly cured by tba purifying effects of these Pills upon the blood, and the stimulus which they anord to the vital principle or Life. For these and all kindred complainta they should be taken io mild doses to mora the bowels gently, but freely. As aDis."fSRPiu,tbis is both agreeable andnsefuL No Pill can ba made more pleasant to take, and certainly none has been made mora effectual to tbe purpose tor which a dinner Pill is employed. Prepared by DR. J. C.AYEK, PBtCTICAL. AJTO AVAJ-XTICA!, CHixur, Law ILL, U AH. EST And sold Wholesale by Berry A Demoville, Ketiil by Jo. G, Brown, Nstbville, and all Druggist sin tbe city and all Dealais in Medicine svsrywheta. dtrw&vim. MAbONIL'llOOKS. Tae Masnnia GacouUmiDselasiJsiionsQrtba'rsa domcaul principles of Freemasonry.. Mackey'a Lexicon of Freemasonry, ealargcl and m&L 8tuarfa Freemason' Manual, coataminau th dcyosalT Knighthood. - VT time. con- i Masonia Chart; or BiervgiyphiMascary-hy-T -g'g- Tbe New Masonic TrtJtli boird by ChtrlesTVcsioenr - Ths Lights of tn Temple; . r Librar of MssAieXiTaSi' tutu. t - ' - . rr t The Masonic Text Book-pocket eJillda. Jajt. resaWsd ' bT foctl J JUN, YORK A CO. ' ODD FELLOW'S IIOOK. The Odd Fellows Text Book ; revisei The Odd Fellows Pocket Macuit. Just received bj oct JOHN YORK 4.C0. all I JOHN YOltK Jc CO. . -Have just received -Memoirs cf Hugh Lv Whiter Life of James Buchanan; Memoris of UU Tlmev by Henry Coclburce; "''" Appleton's Cyclopedia 0r Biography; ' Cippincott's Gazetteer of lbs World ; n Perry's Expedition to Jipin nd China Seat; aid r Ramsey's Ui.tory of Tennessee. foel4 SCHOOL ROOKS. Jobx Voar A Co.,hiTe just receired acompIebTassrt: Bent of Classical Common School Books, which tbeV effsr for sale cheap. focu . HLANK ROOKS " BnuorbT Record JOHN YORK i CO. New HOUSE. SHARPE'S RuW Double and Single Shot Guas, from 43 U) t20oeacb. Pork. at and Table tint levy, Kaurs, Scis sors, and Shears, Axes. Nails, and. Chains, Unes, Hin ges, and Files. f ALSO, A general assort mentottdge Tools,. House BuiluJDgaad lloiuo Furnishing Hard wore. Farmers? Utensils, Ac Wo respectfully BcTeit all Merchants visit. tnr tha itv tn m careful examination of slock and prices. BBACMOXT. VASL1KR A CO. RACES I RACES I .VASHVfl.I.K ruifiMK. ASHYILLi .Jockey Club Races will commence on L Tuesday, October 21st, and coutinoe fire days A large number of horses from Kentucky wilt be io attend ance and we anticipate the finest sport wa hive had In ten years The following Sweepstakes, to be run oxer the Naih, ville Course during ihe Fait Meeting, closed on tha 1st ot July, with the following nominations : FIRSr DAY. TUESDAY. OLTOHPR 91.. 8weepstakes for foorycarolds-SCf entrance; $3o for feit 2 mile hen's. John Campbell names Laura Snillmnn lr nr....- Gloreno. ' " J L Brows names s f, by Yorkshire, rfm Ziniranee bv Boston. 6 ' Thos G Moore names eh c, by Yorkshire, dim Minstrel B Cheatham nam.s b f Florida, by psi0D, dim imD! Floresbire. Secokd Race, stKOAr.-Sweepsta'tstor three years olds r mile heuts 1200 subscription ; $S0 forfeit. " W T Cheatham names b c Monteiro, by Olsncao, dim Senora lore, by Lerialhaa. B F Cheatham names b f by Fpsilon, dam Cottars Ulrl by Aiuderby. . ' Arthur Towles name a g Nashville, by Albion, dam br Albion, dam by Stockholder. ' II B Barton names ch o Bird Catcher, br Olivtr. dara by Eclipse, out or yueenMarr. 1 ' Hunter A Murphy namo b f Kate Hunter, by Gteneoal' dam b? Uedgeford SECOND DAY. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2" Sweepstakes for untried S ywsr old, $200 subscripttoo; I7?rUlrS n"D,e b f,bT Ulmll dm Sally Joara. a t Cheatham names b c fcpuloD. dam Fsnur Prr by Ambassador. 4 ' ' sis?eMrGioTaD4tnCS b aln' ln Slco-vd Kica, Sane Dar-Jockey Club Purs f0: 2, mile heats. ' THIRD DAY", THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. wwj frw j utile CCS Nkxwd Rscr tins Dar.-Sweepslakes for two year, eitf ' umile-$lU0 subscription; $25 for. Wm Koundtree nsmsch e hThfr.i p,.,, .1 D. Jones. ' -u,uu cmjj- m p nn,rD,M DamM eh f JJr 0I"Ke. Jm Princess ATjo. U F Chealhdtn names b e by Olence, dam by BeUhax xar Alto s T by Harvey, dim unknown. J L Brown names b o 1 orkshire. dam Argentile. Also, hf imported Jordan, dam Sail Ward. 1 1 i.i , ua' FKIOAY, OCTOBER 24. Jockey Club Fun turn ; mile hcatx beat B in 5. Saco.ND Kaci ; Sam. Dar.-Swe.jukesforSyearoIds 2mil heats t-foOentraiiB,? .'r,-K... BF Cheatham names bf by Kpsilon, dam Cottage Girl, by imported Atnderby. Also, b cby tpsilon. daafl'.nny Percy, by Ambassador. r.uuj John Campbell names b I Yorkshire, dim Emily Speed, oy t agner. r ' byUEce? O"" dm dam Ij nlU:U b f Klt9 UHn,(. T G1". byAbuKder? Uames KN""1'. y Albfan, dam . UDA V, SATURDAY. OOr. 86. Jockey Club Pnrw iiOO-4 mile bats. , ror "ACE. On J'ondaj, October Uutb. previoui to the Races will come oft a toot Rare tor JflOtO. two hundred yards. b9- rof.Difvrbnit,iduKoot "wr, SUULTZ, and 1 lf UKO BOX , from Athens, Ala. V' J 1'HILLIPS. P'23- Proprietor. FALL STYLE OF t! EMI. EM EN '.S It ATM. AGIIBKAI1LK with our usual cistern this day Intro dnre the new tts of Cetilleini-n't lists fur tho Fall of 1?5U. In offerine: Hits new and elegant Ilattotlio public, we nrrd only sugtost. ttaat ths desijo was lroo;hl nui wilb rtu regard to the comfort anil convrnlrnu or the we&rsr, and tha qu nitty will fully sustaiu IhetmpiiUrtty tie hixiMbaa so Ion? J"Tt- WATEKF1KU1 Sc WALKKK. son hats for the fall. WATKRPIEMl & WALKEffS new .;,Ief of Fsll Hits embracoall that Is newiud desirable Io style sad coliir. KiaCK, EllOWN, PKAKL, I.ILAC, with every populsr color of the Season, of the finest quality and niost approved deaiz;i s. WATEKFIEU) & WALKKK. LA 1)1 KS KIUI.Nt; HATS. rpilK IjJIra will fn.l 11 Vter3rl.l fe WalkerNa beanll - tal XKortuiont of K1IIIMS HATH of tfio finest nusllly and mo,t approveil destgu. AI10, a complete assortunnt of llati anJ Caps fur liojs anil Cbllitren. WATKKFltLD A WALKER, -. Premium Hat Emporium. angSO ?i I'nblicSqnarr. nest to IJowdey's oiTiTjjuiU5iTKjr ' 7 "f?IFTEE.V barrels scnuine Old Burborn W hisky, (rour JL years old) tj which thu attention ol tho city trade is mviUrd JUHXSO.V, HORSE A CO. P'1C b&p Broadway." WHEAT SACKS, WHEAT SACKS. ' CALL at the "NASHVILLE BAG FACTORY." in A. Hamilton's Warehouse, Ii I Cullege Street, where-1 am now prepared to furnish the public with lo.cnn Sacks perday. july22 3m. JQHX EKSKISE. UEJIOVAL. THUItSTON A BEHMARD have removed to No. It Public Square, next door to Calhoun's, where they will be happy to show their customers a first rate stock of Dry Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and BiHe Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimeres; Vesting, O loves. Hosiery, Cravats, Haudkerchieu, Ac, Ac. TUUllSTOX k HERNAKO, Mo. IC l'ubilc Square. (ext door to Calhoun a.) Wit now have on hand a beautiful stock of rTrneh and Ensrlisb Merius. Plain Plaid and Ambra shaded all woofbeLaines, ltoaibazinea. Cashmeres, Man chester DeLaines; Plaid, Red, Yellow and White Flannels, all qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods, Servants' Goods or all kinds, to which we invits tha altea. tion of all CASH bnyers, as we can gira good bargains. sept2S tf T irt I TJ A TT "TTt 1 1 1 ! JL- ' J .a a KJ 1 J . KNOXVILLE. TENNESSEE. WILLIAM IUcTEER, Pkopkietoe. . coaxia or jtaix aid svave svbxxt. Four Horse Mail Coaches leave duly at 7 o'clock, A. at., ior jiontTitie Dpnngs. jjuoets-ir rptVO FINEJtOSE-WOOl FI AMOS (Gilbert'. JL. U1UB. lUDBUUKOUtr U1U iWii UIIO OQW firinOS lor aula ou good terms. septlfi BEXJ. K. SHIELDS, for Trustee; - ie rnoiie fquare. A.tTfcU ZU.ixhJ bushels ot Dried PeU sad Apples, for which tho hilma given in cash by eeptls tf DAYItt 1'U.CIIEH A CO. . NKW AIUIVAL. UST received a fresh aapplv of fifty-four BasksUIof CHARLES UEIDSIOkS CHAMPAIGN, in qsarts, ud pints. Warranted to boa genuineond superior ar de. u. u. SIMPSON. septS 42 Public Square- r W. M. HARGItAVE, Z' H0U3E, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER ItROAD STItEET, . epi27 tf NHohvIIIc. Tcn. ATEW JttUE. 10 tierces new ttiut irut rt Col red per 1 1 insvuM ...... ' It Railroad, and foraale by aeptSO lw S. E. cor, Collega and Srilnz ata.