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- ----- . mm .W UNION AND AMERICAN, NA8HVILLE, WEDNESDAY HORNING, NOV. M, 18a WHEAT, COBS AND COTTON LIBERAL PRE- The Tehhessfe State Agricultural Bcreao offer the following premiams for field crops, to be warded t the next S:ate Fair, at Nashville, in October, 1857: For the best ten acres of Wheat, $100 " " Com, 100 Cotton, 100 Tbeee premiums are not to be bestowed until an accurate report is made of the mode of prepara tion of soil, and of cultivation, and of the amount of labor and of fertilizers employed in the produc tion of the crop, accompanied with satisfactory evidetcs as to the measurement of acres, and of its products. And in no instance is a premium to be awarded where, from the report of expendi ture of labor and cost of fertilizers, the committee is satisfied that the profit is not such as would jus tify them in recommending the mode to the State at large for general adoption. These premiums sre open to the competition of farmers in every part of the State. The news papers of the State will confer a fa vor by copying this notice and calling attention to it. By order of the State Agricultural Bureau. E. Q. Eastman, Sec. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION'. The democratic State Convention which met a Nashville in January last directed that the next 8tate Convention of the party should be held in thesame piace on the 8th of January, 1857. In reminding our democratic fellow-citizms of this fact, we urge upon them the importance of a full representation from all the counties. The contest through which we have lately passed, and which has so gloriously ended, Las tested the soundness ot democratic principles, and placed Tennessee per manently in the list of democratic S;ates. Yet we may expect a struggle by the opposition to re gain power, under some new name, and must be prepared to meet it, and to defend the field so hardly won.. It will be the duty of the State Con vention to nominate a candidate for Governor and to secure a continuance of our organization. We invite, therefore, the wisdom cf the people to meet in Convention on the day designated, and while exchanging congratulations on the result which has secured the stability of our institutions aLd fixed the policy of the country as democratic for the next four years, to do what cm be done to guard tlese blessings in the present and secure their inheritance to our descendants. C. K. Winston, G. P. Smith, E. G. Eastman, B. N. Clements, B. F. Cheatham, J. K. Howard, Tho9. Boters. State Central Committee. HISTORY OF TEXAS. H. Yoakum, Esq, formerly of Murfreesboro, Tenn., but for some years a citizen of T. xas, is the author ot the above work. It cainprises two large octavo volumes, and embraces the principal events connected with the settlement aud occupation of Texas by the European race from the first landing of immigrants, on the 18th of February, 1C85, fo the annexation of Texas to the United States on 4th of July, 1845. Mr. Yoakjm has availej him sell of the rich stores of adventure and romance which are interwoven with the early as well as the later history of Texas, in such a judicious manner as to present to the public one of the most instruc tive and entertaining works which have been is sued from the press for many years. The two volumes are very handsomely and liberally em bellished an j illustrated. BANK OF EAST TENNESSEE. We have but little additional information as to the condition of this institution up to the time of going to press. We can hear of no reverses in its rec?nt transactions on which the report of its failure could have been based. Tne report was first telegraphed from Savannah, we understand, and was doubtless done from malicious motives. The supposition is, however, that the run upon the bank will be so great as to compel it to suspend, unless strongly sustained by its friends. We un derstand that an effort is being made to sustain it. Brokers refuse iia paper at any thing. Small sales have been effected on the streets at fifty cents to the dollar. 'A large number of enterprising and weal thy citizens of Mississippi, accustomed to spending a portion of their summers at watering retreats in the North, where they were subjected to many in conveniences from the loss of servants, the inso lence c f free negroes and the insults of abolition ists, have determined to establish a sea side resort within the limits of their orn territory. Thar plan is to erect a large, elegant and sumptuous botel at East Pascagoula, to cost not less than $i0, 000. The lessees are already designated and the work tooommence immediately. Such enterprises in the South are bound to bo successful in the fu ture. fj2r Belying upon the assistance of the gener ous cit zens of Nashville, the ladies are preparing tn give a Soiree, with refreshments, for the benefit of the Catholic Orphans of St Vincent's Asylum The Soiree will take place at the Odd Fellows' Hall on Thursday evening, 27th inst. Again, let the nob'e charily of Nashville stand forth, as itbas heretofore, unrivalled. All persoLs who have promised refreshments will plea-e s.'nd them to the Hall on Thursdey next. Southern Commercial Convention. The most prominent subjects to be brought under the con sideration of the Southern Commercial Conven tion, which is to be held at Savannah, on the Sth of December, are : L Agriculture and its development. 2. Internal Improvement. 3 Domestic aud Foreign Trade. 4. Mines, Manufacture ami the Arts. 5. Social System and Institutions of the South. 1eW There is to be a Bibh Convention at C - lumbia, So:th Carolina, on the 27th of thismon'h. We are informed that it will bo neither sectarian nor politic!. We make the statement to quiet auy uneasiness that cur board ot Mtyor an) Al dermen may experience at hanring that there is to bo another Convention in the South. fjJT We learn from the Mobile Mne tUt Capt. Walker, (b other of Gr. WMkaT, of Nor,- ragua) arrived in that city, on the lSih instant, j from Nicaragua, eu route lor Nashville, Tenuisee. He is aooompained ly several bra m otli -era, who are now on a visit to their fr en ls, but intend tu r jturn by the first of Janua-y next. tof Then will be public worship at the Sec ind Presbyterian Church on next Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock; also at the same place and hour on Sunday following. Preaching by the IW. Mr Rthassen. Firt Presbyterian Church The Pastor of this church will address his corgregation on Thurs day, 27th last., (Thanksgiving Day) at 11 o'clock, A. M. Corn is selling at 40 ceMs per bushel; and not 50 cents, as was errocoously stated by a city PPer- Notice inhalation lu ciiu mpt ion c advertisement under this head. Female Complaints, Vene real Affeeuous, Dyspepsia, Diseases ol the Hsart and Liver Ae., will moat with due aUenUoa. octS6 d6m. Thi Readins Quauftoatioh It is said that four hundred peraons in Connecticut were depriv ed of their vote this month by the new constitu tional provision requiring that they should know U a rmA an4 orrito in nrripr tO VOtC The HUH I - UUU M - Philadelphia Ledger says: " Connecticut is the first State that has made an sltemnf ta rlisfrannhina a free citizen. It IB desira ble that every man should posseeo those aids to knowlpdirn renriino- nd writing, bat we should not fall into the error of mistaking the mere inatru mpntalhipa for intelliirenea itself. A man may know how to think correctly who knows nothing at all of reading and writing, and soma that can do both, the latter have no original thinking now er. The latter are less capable of exercising the right of suffrage intelligently than the man who posKPsess natural momer wit, wiinour. any assist ance from reading. An aristocracy founded on scholastic attainments may be better than one based upon property, but an aristocracy of any kind in a representative Kepubnc, established on the principle of equal political rights, is not very consistent, nor very democratic. Socth Carolina Entxrprise. The late Srate Fair at Colombia, South Carolina, is said to have been well attended, and was remarkable for the number and variety of articles exhibited. Among other interesting articles, says the Columbia Timet was the exhibition by the Messrs. Nichols, of the first dozen of cups and saucers made in the United Slates. They also display the Parian China pitch ers and vanes made from South Carolina clay. As the earthen ware and china now in use come almost entirely from Europe, this last fact should give additional interest to the collection, as being the product s of onr own State. North Carolina Legislature. The Senate orginized on Monday by the election of W. W Avery of Bnrke( a9 Speaker, Mr. Hill, of Stokes, Chief Clerk; the other officers same as last session The Hcnse organized by choosing J. G. Shep ard, E?q., of Cumberland, Speaker; E. Cantwell E9q., of Raleigh, Chief Clerk; Geo. Howard, Esq., of Wilson, Assistant Clerk: Webster, of Chatham, Primipal Door Keeper; and Mr. Wright, Assistant Door-Keeper. Female Medical School in New York. A movement is be:ng made in New York to expedite the prcject started some time since for the estab lishment of a practical school of medicine for wo men. A society of ladies who take an interest in the matter has been formed with a view of gotting up a fair to aid the orjsot. Telegraph to Cuba A petition has been pre sented to the Legislature of Florida, to incorporate a company lor the purpose of laying a submarine telegraph from the Cape of Florida via Key West to the Island of Cuba, and thus bringing Havana in connection with the great telegraphic world. Agriculture, its Influence. Trade increases the wealth and glory of a couutry; but its real strength and stamina are to be looked for among the culti vators of the land. In their simplicity of life is found the simpleness of virtue the integ'ity and courage of freedom. These true genuine souls of the earth are iuvinaible; and they surround and hem in the mercantile bodies; even if these bo lies, which supposition I totally disclaim, could be sup posed disaffected to the cause of liberty. Lord Chatham. Sharpk's Rifles. All sportsmen, who are in want ot a good aud reliable gun, especially adapted for large game such as Bear, Deer, &c, are invited to call at the store of Fall & Cunningham, No. 47 Public Square, and examine "Sharpe's Patents port ing Rifle," which in rapidity of firing, accuracy of aim, and length of range is far superior to any gun ever invented, and unlike any other Patent Gun its construction is so exceedingly simple that it is not more liable "to get out of order" than the common Kentucky Rille. F. & C have also a few shot guns made on the same Patent. Nasavillk. July 16. 1836 Cm. A crfap Farm for Sale Iu auawer to the numerous enquiries made recently for a desirable place near Nashvtl!, that could be bought on fa vorable terms, ya can now answer that our friend J. C. Fitk, No. 9 College street, has 70 acres within 3 miles of Nashville, near a pood turnpike, two thirds timbered and well set inbluegraBS, which he has concluded to sail, and will offer at such a price as will satisfy any person of its cheapness when they examine it. tf. ITimiMl hmn York fc Co., have removed their book-store to the new buildings opposite Greig's. nov21 lw. Crooker's Millinery Establishment. Yester day was the Fail opening day of the above estab lishment, kliI prompted by a desire to see some thing very nice as well as to be in fashion (as near ly every body, we thought, was there,) we went along with the tide and looked at the large and fine display of millinery and fancy goods there to be seen. Mr. Crooker has brought on a very large and varied stock, embracing all the articles belong ing to the trade, of every style and quality. Tlq stock of bonuets, flowers, ribbons, trimmings, head dresses, &c, is lar beyond what we expected to aee. The finer qualities ot these various sty lea of goods are indeed supeib, surpassing anything we have ever seen. The bonnets, particularly, we look upon as the prettiest things in that line ever introJuced to the notion of the public. Mr. C. is prepared to sell millinery goods at wholaale as well as retail, and country dealers de siring to puichase will do well to examine his stock JJj3 Tliose who huvo used Prof. Wooo's Hair Restorative art- ?u fflcieotly cognizant of Its excellent qualilii , but others may not be aware that 11 is no ordinary article. It was dis covered by Prof. Wood, an able chemist and professor of that science, while experimenting to find a remedy for the change and falling out ol his hair. Its wonderful effects in ht- own case and that of some prtvate friends, and their ur gent requests, induced him to i.fler it to the public. Balti more lcjatek. (nov26 llnddrw. Dr. Shallenbcrger's FEVEKANl) AGUE ANTIDOTE, FOKTUE SI'EKDY safe, and radical cure ol kvckt porb of that Distress ing Malady on entirely new principles, fjf Sold at Wholesale by twin Brothers, and Retail by to. O. Brown, Nashville, Tenn. jjune ?.S fim is BREWER & CALDWELL, NEW YORK, (. KM- It A I. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GRAIN FACTORS. No. 20, Old 'np, Corner Water. Bursa to J.T. SOUTTER, President Bank of Republic, New ork ; J K. SASS, Esq., 1'rrsiuent Hank of Charleston, S, C. ; Messrs JOHN FRASER A CO., J. W CALDWELL, Kfq.,T'hrlestr,n , s. V. ; and Col. V. K. STEVENSON, President N.AC Railroad, Nashville, Tenn. augSGGm inside. Fi.it in; Saloon : FRESH NORFOLK OVSTERS ! daHf receiving Fresh Norfolk .Oysters bv cxnress I awl il ill continue to do so as lone as the Oyster t, lals. Our copairy friends ami families lit in g in the city will do well to i nil at my Batana, and get tresh. r, better and cheaper Hesters inan ever have teeu in our matket before A few OjtatM n the (hell. J. CASKY, Ksavfli Kiont street, a few doors fr ni the Hqnare CO PA RTNEKSHIP NOTICE. rTMll-. pirtnerstiip heretofore existing under the stvle of I LAN II. I! A I'll I I.I.I PS. in the Wholesale Crorery and CoaasailOMB biliuess, ceased this day, by limlWUon. The biminos from and after this date will be continued and conducted undetlhe firm name of LANIKK. PHILLIPS to. Ail persons indebted to the late firm are requested to make earlv seillemeut. uud tuose having claims against the same wilt please present them for adjustment. L H. LAMER, Not. 1, IWf.. WM. PHILL1PP. T. J. SCOTT. q. a, caaivo T. J. SCOTT & Co., WHOLESALE OE0CESS. COMKI 88109, RECEIVING AND FORWARDINO MERCHANTS, AND DEAl.EKS U FINE BKASDIBS, WINES, WHISKY, TOBACCO, CIGARS, 4c, No. SO BOV.19 dlv. KaoADWAT, Nashtillb, TaxKuura Dr. Frederick Boeder, ri'ESDKRS his services as Teaohcr or the Greek, Latin, ' French and German Languages. The best recommen dations can be given as to qualifications. Terms made known on application at No. IT Charch street between Market and College street. ;nov!3 tf. BY TELEGRAPH. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP Persia. New Yobk, Nov. 25. The steamer Persia baa arrived. Cotton Middling qualities advanced 1-16. Money decidedly more stringent. Bullion in the Bank of England has decreased. Rate of in terest has advanced to 7 per cent. Bullion in the Bank of France has decreased 3 millions. Consols for money 92a921. Breadstcffa inactive and declined at Liverpool on ths 12tb. The ships Silas Wright, Sam'l Fox and Louisia na have been wrecked. 1tji8vii,l, Nov. 25. River unchanged. The weather is clondy and war-n with an occasional shower. CiHonmATi, Nov. 25 -1 06il 08 -Whisky 24a24s; wheat RIVER NEWS Reported by H. H. Haaatsort. The recent rainshaa been successful in checking the downward tendency of the river. Within the lat 24 hours there has been an increase of tide of about three or four inches, with good prospects of a further rise. Weather cloudy and'changeable, with fair indi cations of more rain. On Harpeth shoals 24 inches. Arrivals None. Departures None. Expected Steamers Argo and Rock City from Louisville; A. L. Davis and Umpire from Smith land and Faducah. Due this day from Paducah and Cairo, steamer Alida from St. Louis, and steamer Ella. The Dr. Robertson leaves this port for Cairo and Memphis, when water permits. She reports the entrance of steamer Argo, inthis'river, bound for this point. The H. L. Hibbard left Cincinnati ladened for St. Louis. When navigation is once more regu larly resumed in this river, this boat in connec tion with the General Pike, will ply as packets between Nashville and Cincinnati. Three feet water reported in the channel from Louisville to Cincinnati. Twenty inches at Pitts burg and falling. Commercial. UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, I NaaaviLLB. Nov. 25, a, 1356. f COTTON Sales at Johnson dr. Home's of 33 bales at ts s&aaio 50. TOBACCO. Sales of 40 hhds of damaged tobacco at John- ton at Home's on Monday last. The following are some of the figures: 5 65, 5 84, 6 00, 7 95, 00, 8 65, 0 00, 9 95, 10 00, 10 95, 13 00. GROCERIES Unchanged. DRIED FRi lT. -Apples l 25. ...Peaches, peeled, fi 00 Peaches, unpeeled, 91 75. Wholesale DRY-GOODS! L J. DUNCAN & Co , IMPORTERS OF Fancy and Staple DRY-GOODS, NO. 70, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE. WE have now in store a very large Stock of Fancy and Stable Dry-Goods of late Importation, received in the last few days, for the Winter Trade, which we are selling at the very lowest prices : rew style fans oe uinos, Hew style Fancy and Black Silks, Kew style Fancy Prints : Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, SattinetU, Jeans, Tweeds and Kerseys, Bed rilinkeu ana t.oat Blankets, heavy col'd Blankets, &c, Ac. Our Stock composes the largest assort ment of New Style Goods, Trimmings, dte., to which we in vite the attention of cash and prompt time dealers to an ex amination of Stock and prices, believing we can make It to your merest to do business n un us. IIOV19 A. J. DUSCAN A CO. N. B. -We are receiving New Goods bv every steamer during the Winter. A. J. D. A CO. Guns ! Guns ! Guns ! FALL & CUNINGHAM, NO. 47 PUBLIC SQUARE, HAVE Just received and opened a splendid assortment of Single and Double Bird and Deer Guns, among which are a few or the celeoratea wesuey mcuarua .uaumae ture, and other line Guns in cases complete. These Guns ure allof their own importation direct irom cngiunu, unu were all made to their own order expressly lor this market. ALSO, Sharpe's Rifles, and Shot Guns, Colt's Repeaters, Allen's Self-Cocking Pistols; together with the finest assort ment of Powder Flanks, Shot Pouches, and Belts, ever offer ed in Nashville. fnovl3 d3mia. i EN IT AN APPLhS. JUST received per steam-r name West, from St. Louts, 1O0 barrels Genitan Apples, and for sale by BYK.-NEOI .VIlLLfcK, novlS No. 5 I! road street, Nashville, Tenn. w HUSKY.- 115 barrels Rectified Whisky, various brands, last received aud for aale by 0vl8 BYRNE MILLER. POTATOES. 150 bushel of Irish and Sweet Potatoes In store and for sale by BOT8 BYRNE & MILLER. Fine Winter Boots FRESH ARRIVAL OF SUPERIOR FALL AN O WINTER ROOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS. JAM now receiving some of the finest stock Shoes ever had, among which will be found a variety of French Patent Leather Double Sol'd Gaiters ; " Calf Skin " " " w Waterproof Boots ; WithalareR assortment of Winter Stock of everv description for dress or cold weather of superior quality and make, and to which I solicit the attention of those who desire a gcod article. ALSO, Gentlemen's Toilet Slippers in great variety, just opened. JOHN RAM AGE, n .i on 4 J College street. I, AIM Eft' FINE WINTER SHOES. 1AM constantly receiving and have now on hand a largo stock of beautliul and fashionable Boots, Shoes, and Gait ers for Ladies', Misses' and Children, suitable for the coming cold weather. Dress Shoes, French Embroidered, and Turk ish lollet Slippers, Just opened by JOHN RaMAGE, nov20 - College st. TRUNKS AND VALICES. 'pRAVELLERS will And at 42 College street, a large stock -I ol the best Trunks, Yalices, Carpet and Leather Bags. Ladles' Hat Boxes of every style, at very low prices. nov-20 JOHN RAMAGF.. " LADIES' SHOES. SNYDER & FR1ZZELL are opening to day somo choice wear for the Ladies, consisting of : Ladies' Thick Sole Lasting Gaiters , " " ' French Leather Gaiters; something new; n . " half " 11 M Kid " " " M Congress Kid " " Thin " Lasting half " These goods are very handsome. Call at SNYDER & FRIZZELL, nov5 20 Public Square. ' GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. GENT'S Fine Calf Pump Solo Boots; Gent's Fine Calf Slitcbed Double Sole " " " Water proof " M Congress Gaiters ; " " " " donblesole; " Oxford Ties, ' -These goods are from one of the best manufactories In Philadelphia. Call at No. i!0 Public Square. DOV5 SNYDER a FRIZZELL. " THREE NE-KUES EUR SALE. HAVE for aale a negro woman about 35 years of age, I a good Cook aud Washer; also, two very likely girl child ren, 8 and 9 years of age I would prefer selling them to some person living In Nashville or Davidson county. nov30 2w R- - HOLLINS, 04 Public Square. NOTICE. OUR present prices for Common Cindy is aiH per 100 pounds, other Coofectlonartcs are sold at former prices. WESSEL ft. THOMPSON, GI'.ORGK GRE1G, LONGHORST dr CO., octars t r J. G. A C. ROBERTSON Fresh Arrivals, BY Wcssel & Thompson- 30 d si,s , rannernes, all sue packages , 50 boxes Raisins, " 'JUU " r Igs ; 5 Lemons ; 10 cases New Prunes ; 30 chests Black and Green Teas; 50 boxes Italian aud American Miccaronl : 50 do English Dairy and Pine Apple Cheese 35 bbls. Almonds; rr 35 do Nuts, aw'd ; 85 baskets Champaigne, extra brands ; SO do do, ordinary Braads. Together with a larger supply of Sky Rockets, Roman Candles, Crackuell Biscuit, Sardines, English, French and American Mustard, Sauces, Pickets, London Porter, Scotch Ale, Foreign and Domestic Liquors. And to arrive 150 dozen Wood's celebra ted Oysters. For sale low for cash by nova WESSEL A THOMPSON -JL a New Books. HOW WE LIVE. DRAPER'S PHYSIOLOGV. Incomparably the best Work on vac .-suojeci, emoracitig tne preai ami important uisuum ries recently made throughout the World. HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY. Statical and Dynamical I or the conditions and uourse or the Lire or Man. By John wiiuam Draper, M. D. LL. Professor of Chemistry and Physiology in Ibe University of New York. Illustrated by nearly 300 tine vtood-cutslrom Photographs. 650 pages, evo., Mustin Keeetved and for sale at HAGAN's oct'3 Market street. BECKWOURTH'S LIFE A5D ADVESTDKhS. The Life and A J ventures of.Iair.es P. Beckwonrth, Mountaineer, Scont, and Pioneer, and Chief of the Crow Nation of Indiana Written from his own dictation, by T. U. Bonner. With II lastralions. 12ino. Mushn. - His Life has been a scene of bold enterprises, of appalling dangers, of hair breadth escapes, to which It would be diffi cult, if not impossible, to fled aparrallel. Parieaa Rectrrdie. The volume seems to be rigidly trulitul, and is one of the best illustrations of frontier and ultra-frontier life in oar literature. Christain Advocate and Journal. For sale at HAGAN'S, Market street. WILSON'S WESTERN AFRICA. Western Africa : IU History, Condition, and Prospects. By Rev. J. Lelghton Wilson, Eighteen Years a Missionary In Africa, and now one of the Secretaries of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Mis. sion. With nnmerons Engraving i. Wino., Muslin. Mr. Wilson's book on " Western Africa" contains the most complete and circumstantial reportthat haset appeared of the present condition of this part of the World. London Lilarary Gazette. For sale at HAGAN'S. Market st. A Hit II INTELLECTUAL KLPAat' UK the Admirers of Shakespeare The Original Text of Shakespeare Restored 29,000 Typographical Errors and Omtniens Corrected by the Manuscript Emendations, con tinued io the Recently-Discovered Folio of 1032. The complete Works of William Shakespeare, comprising his Plays and Poems ; with a History of the Stage, a Life o the Poet, and an introduction to each Play: by J. Payne Collier, Esq., F. S. A. To which are added, Glosaarial and Explanatory Notes, and Notes to the Emendations, showing the Readings of all other editions, by John L. Jewett. Em bellished with a Splendid Portrait, and forty new original desizns. For sale at HaGAN'S, octW Marketatreet. GODEY'S LADY'3 BO"OK. Godey's Lady aBook for N"o vember. Just received and for sale at octal HAGAN'S, Market street. BILL PAPER, I ff REAMS long and broad Account Paper, superior article, at low prices, Just received and for sale by novll riAUAiv or ortu., aaaraoi ... LADIES' POST, REAMS very superior Letter Paper, Just received and for sale by HAGAN dr. BRO. 25 CARPENTER'S PENCILS. FAY'S Premium Carpenter's Peni-tls, few Grosses Just re ceived by HAGAN t BRO., novll Market street. InkI A LARGE and snperlor assortment or Writing Inks in A store and for aale by HAGAN dt BRO. NEW ROOKS. SINAI AND PALESTINE, In connection with their HH. tory. By Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, M. A. one volume with THE GENIUS OF CHRISTIANITY ; or the Spirit and Beauty of the Christian Religion. By Viscount De Chateau briand. COM. PERRY'S EXPEDITION TO JAPAN AND THK H1NA SEAS. For sale by HAGAN dt BRO., novll Market street. HARPER FOR DECEMBER. HARPER'S MAGAZINE for December the beginning or a new volume. Now is the time to subscribe. Subscrip tion received and single copies sold by uov-jo HAGAN A BRO., Market it. GLOVER & CO. CH T EXPRESS -PA CKA OES, PARCELS and Baggage delivered to any part of the city with despatch and safety. Feeling that such an enterprise was very much needed, they have inr red heavy expense to get up a neat and quick conveyance, and hope by prompt attention to business to de serve the patronage of the business men of the city. Mr. A. L. Westbrook, late messenger of Adams' Express Company, will have charge of our Wagon and receive and de liver Packages at any point In the city and suburbs. Charges very moderate. , Office Ne. 50 Cherry street, up stairs, over Wm. L. Boyd's Jr. novll m. NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS. MR. E. D. FARNSWORTH ha been duly elected Marine and Fire ItfsDector for the losuance Offices and Agen cies of this city, aud aa such inspector is authorised to ex amine any risk taken by either of the offices. juaLrn vauiia, rrei i, ALEX. FALUPres't. SAM. SEAY, Prest. ocl31 tf JOS. NASH, Agent. NOTICE. HEINR1CH returns his sincere thanks to the Ladle aud Gentlemen of N&hville, and vicinilv, for their patronage, and informs them that he has again opened a place of business at No. 34, South Market street, where he intends carrying on the Dying and Scouring business in all iu various branches, for cash only. Having made several improvements, I hope, by strict attention, to merit a continu ance of yourcustem. novo lmo a . nr.iAiiu 11. GENTLEMEN'S DANCING ACADEMY. MONS. PlN'GUELY.at the request of many Gentlemen of this city, will open his Academy on FRIDAY, October 31st, at TK o'clock, P. M., at his Hall, Cooper's Building, where lie will teach the latest and moat t ashionaDle Liances of the dav. A Grand Exhibition Ball will be given once a month. Pupils, after one month's instruction, will have the privilege of meeting the Ladies' Class once a week. l tiayi 01 tuition wtuisi bbiia ia anu rrtiuAia at i o'clock, P. M. Terms $6 per month in advance. oc 130 dim. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. A DIVIDEND of 110HT pes ci-ht. was this day de- J clarcd on the Capital Slock ofthe Nashville Commercial insurance Company, out of the profits for the six months ending this day. JAMES WALKER, Sec'y. Nashville, ,iov. 3, ikoo. o. ot p. Ln0Ta aim. PENMANSHIP, MR. DOLBEAR, from his Academy In N, w Orleans, respect irra-eM fu"y informs the Ladies and Genilenn-ii of JgssW Nashville, thathe ill give lessons in v R1T laxwaVsl 1NG, at the Saloon of Wkssbll Ai Thompson, No 42 union street. In a few lessons Ladies are taught to write in a neat, easy and rapid manner, and Gentlemen a bold, rapid business style. Hours from 9 to 11A.M. and from 2to 4 P. M., and from 7 to 9 at night. Persons from the country can finish their lessons in one week. As Mr. It. will nothavo time to call on families, he hopes that all who desire to Join his Classes will make early applica tion. To persons scouainted with its merits, his system of writing needs no recommendation, but those not acquainted with it, Mr, D. refers to the following remarks and testimonials. In stead of teachiog Penmanship merely as an imitative Art, an experience of lJU vears haa enabled him to reduce it to the certainty of a Science, so that being guided by knowledge, instead or random practice, pupils irom 0 to ou years 01 age, can in a short time learn to write with RASE, ELEGANCE AND RAPIDITY. So accurate is his system and so uniform its success, that after witnessing its effects on several hundred pupils in this place, tne lamented Alireu nume oogerveu, -- 1 consiuer it but Justice to say, that I believe it notonly the best system but the only one deserving the name for by strict attention to the rules given, any person may In a short time, acquire a free, rapid and elegant hand." Such Mr. D. believes w ill be the opinion of all who test its merits, and an experience of above 12 years, (mostly in New Orleans) since the above opinion was expressed, Mr. D. hopes bus detracted nothing from the merits of bis system, or his skill in le . thing itt JJj- See Mr. noiuear's large circular novt 11 VALUABLE COTTON AND POWDER MILLS FOR SALE. - U the purpose of effecting a division and settlement L1 with the heirs of Waller Scott, the property known as the Sycamore Mills, will be offered for sale to the highest bidder on Satordav, the 20th of December next, on the premises. 1 he property tone soio consists 01 a cotton mm whu aooui 1500 spindles and 32 looms. Powder Mills capable of produc ing 4S kegs of blasting and 3li kegs of rifle powder per day, which production can be increased to double this amount at a very s ight expense. Thore is also a Grist Mill, Saw Mill, and an extensive Cooperage establishment, together with Teams, Tools, and Utensils used in carrying on all these branches of business. I hey are now In successtui operation and everything is is in good repair. The viater rower is amongst the Destin Miaaie 1 ennes see, running n large portion of the year one undershot, and five overshot wheels from 15 to 18 feel in aiameter, and with buckeui from 4 10 Mj feel in length. There is also a Steam Engine to supply any deficiency of water in dry sea sons. There is attached to me properly upwards of 5000 acres of finely timbered land, caiable of supplying the necessary limner for Sa? Millsand an extensive Coopering establish ment for many years to come. The property i- situated about 22 miles from Nashville, and the land extends from Sycamore Mills to Cumberland river,near the town of Ashland, in the new county of Cheat ham, Two Turnpike roads aro in progross from Nashville to Clarksville, which will soon be completed, one of them pav ing through the property and the other upon its border. The terms of the salo will be very liberal, and made known on the day of sale. R. W. McCAVurK, Adm'rof W. Scott. SUSAN CHE VI HAM, Executrix. E. S. CHEATHAM, Kx'rof H. Cheatham. S. WATSON. norl3 tf C. VKDDE6 WHO WANTS IT T -ARA RE CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN. ONE of the best and oldest Family Groecries and Steam Boat Stores in the city is tor Rent, and the Stock and fixtures for sale. Apply at the corner ol Broad and Front treeta. novlS it. TO THE CONSUMERS OE CORN MEAL IN NASHVILLE. I HAVE ntarted a Mill in the city, and will keep on hand, fraah Meal, at No. 107, Sooth Summer atreet All orders attended to, and will sell at the loweft cash city, and will deliver to custonier8 in any part ,f the price. J. W. CA UD WELL, ma18 tf Ajgent. " Excelsior" ! ! AT the great trial of Agricultural Implementa in Naah rilie on the 4tb, 5th and 6th of June, 1856. THE "EXCELSIOR. (JOHN COU MILL" WAS AWARD ED THE HIGHEST PREMIUM, aa will appear trout the following extract from the report of the committee. They ay "Of Corn aud Cob Crtiahers there were 8 entries, bat in consequence of some accidental breakage, only two made tnala. 1. Kxcelaior.bv J- C. Baldwin (Leavitt a Patent.) 2. Joyce's Star Mill, by B. S. Welter. Little Giant, by O. H. Anderson. Both these Crushers are constructed on similar mechani cal principles, and nse about the same power ; but the judge rave the premium to Baldwin's Mill. It seemed to have more capacity in a given time, but its chiel superiori ty consists in its having moveable rings, which constitute the grinding aurtace, and of course the wearing surface These grinding surfaces are cast iron, and can be re newed readily and at little cost. This gvies more dura bility for less money." The above Mill, for Crashing Corn and Cobs, or grind ing meal for laroilyuse, is furnished all complete, wiUi twvpair i f grinding riruj), which mates it equal to two mtUt, at the low price of $50,00. Address JAMES C. BALDWIN A CO., je27 fimtwAw 87 College street. Nashville. Tenn. Sewanee House. COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor, ( LATS OF t Y Has SPRINGS. ) THE subscriber haa recently taken this well known establishment ia refitting and thor onirhlv renovating it, and hopes soon to have it in such condition aa not ta be inferior to any honse in thir city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertions andthveof his Assistant, Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at the City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be ing patronised by the public and promises that no pains shall be spared on bis part, to merit the approbation ol those who may favor him with their patronage. He res pectful !y solicits a ina! of his house. neb26-dtwAw-tf WM. ROBERTS. CHERRY PECTORAL, For Hie 1 .ii it tnrt or COlfGDS. COLDS, HOIRSEM-SS, BR0NC D IT I S, Vi 1 0 P f Ci-f 01 0 H CROUP, ASTHMA. 40 C0SlflPTI0N. Cathartic Pills. fPKKATIVK by their powerful influence on the Internal w viscera to purily tbe blood and stimulate it into healthy action. They remove the obstruction of the fltomeh, bow els, liver, an J other organs of the body, and by restoring their irregular action to health, correct, wherever tbey exist, such derangements as are the first cause of disease. An ex tensive trial of their virtues, by Professors, and Patients, has shown cures of dangerous diseases almost beyond belief, wo mtrj uut sut'Staukituru vj porsons of sucn exalted posi tion and character as to forbid the suspicion of untruth. neir certiorates are puoasnea in my American Almanac, which the Agents be cw named are pleased to furnish to all inqulrine. Annexed we give Directions for thefr use In the compiainU which iuoj imvt? ufn inunu to cure. Foa t'osTinsrvcis.- Take one or two Pills, or such ouan tity as to gently move the bowels. Cosliveness Is frequent ly the aggravating cause of Piles, and the cure ot od com. plaint Is ibe cure of both. No person can feel well while under a costive habit of body. Hence it should be, as it can oe. promptly relieved. Foa DrarspsiA, which is sometimes the cause of Costive- ness, ana alwas uncomfortable, take mild doors to stimu late the stomach and liver into a hoalthv action. Thuv will do it, and the heartburn, bodyburn, ana sou tl urn of dyspep sia will rapidly disappear. W hen it has gone, don't forget wuav luiru VU- For a Foal Stomach, or Morbid inaction of the Bowels, which produces general depression of the spirits and bad health, take from fmr to el.bt Pills at first, and smaller aots afterwards, until acuvuy and strength is restored to tne system. roa aisvousKiBS, Met Headache. aus"a. Pain in the Stomach, Back, ot Side, take f rom lour to eight Pills on going to bed. If they do not operate sufficiently, lake more the next aay until they do. uon't we ir thes and their kindred disorders because your stomach is foul. Foa ScaorcLA, Erysipelas, and all diseases of the Skin, take the Pills freely and frequently, to keep the bowels open. iub eruptions win i-ii-rti.) soon otgiu tu.uiniiin-n and dis appear. Many dreadful Ulcers aud Sores have been healed up by the purging aud puriijing effect of these Fills, and some disgusting diseases which seems to saturate the whole system have completely yielded to their itiflu.-uce, leaving me surjerer in pene :i neaun. rauenis : ojr a .1) ,o society forbids that you should parade vonrself around the world covered with pimples, blotches, ulcers, sore, and all or any ot tne unclean diseases ot the skin, because your system wants cleansing;. To PraiFT thk Blood, tbey are the best medicine ever discovered. '1 hey should be taken freely and frequently, and the Impurities which sow the seeds of incurable disease wilt bo swept out ol the system like chaff before the wind By this property they do as much good in preventing sick nessaaby the remarkable ceres which they are making every- wuere. Livaa Complaint, Jaundice, and all Billions Affections arise Irom some derangement either torpidity, congestion, or obstructions of the Liver. Turpidityaud congestion viti ate the bile and render itunfitfor digestion. This is disss trous to the health, and the coi.sluui.on is irequently under mined by no otbercause. Indigestion is the symptom. Ob struction ofthe duel which empties the bile into the stomach causes the bile to overflow into the blood. Tew produces Jaundice, with a loug and dangerous trait, of evils. Costive nees, or alternately eostiveness and diarrhe.i, prevails. Feverish symptoms, langor, low spirits, weariness, reeUess ness, and melancholy with sometimes inability to sleep, and sometimes great drowsiness; sometimes there is a severe pain In the side . the skin and the wnite of the ey es become greenish yellow ; the stomach acid ; Lhe bowels sore to the touch - the whole system Irritable with a tendency to fever which may turn to bilious fever, billious diarrbuea, dysentery, &e. A medium dose of three or four Pills taken at night followed by two or three in the morning, and repeated a tew days, will remove the cause of all these troubles. It is wicked to suffer such pains when you can cure them for 85 Dt. Kiiei'h at i-M, Gout, and all Inflammatory Fevers are rapid ly cured by the purifying effects of these Pills upon the blood, and the stimulus which they afford to the vital principle of Life. For these and all kindred complaints Uiey should be taken In mild doses to move the bowela gently, but freely. As a Dinivkr Pill, this is both agreeable and useful. No Pill can be made mnrepteasaut to take, anu certainly none has been made more effectual to the purpose for which a Dinner Pill isemployed. Prepared by 1K. J. Cm AVER, Practical axd Avalytical Chxmibt, Lc will, Mass. t" And sold Wholesale by Kerry A Demoville, Retail by Jo. G, Brown, Nashville, and all Druggists in the city and all Dealers in Medicine everywhere. dtrwAwim. ' INHALATION IN CONSUMPTION. TRONCHlTIS, LAKVNCITIS, and other diseases of the AJ Chest aDd Throat successfully treated by the Jnhai.a tioiv of Medicated Vspoes and Powdees, by Absorption and Constitutional treatment, as practiced at the Stu) ve sant Medical Institute, " New York city. Disease of the Heart, Liver, Female Complaints, Dyspepsia, Venereal Affec lions, and Cbronlc Diseases generally, will receive the atten tion of the Physicians, to whom such may have been espe cially entrusted. The unprecedented success which has attended this me- thod of treating diseases ofthe Lungs and Throat, has in duced us to depart irom our usual course, and avail . . of the Press, in order to bring il to the know'Mli' " a may be laboring undur or predisposed to such affections. The dawn of a brighter day has at length arrived for the Consumptive. The doctrine ofthe incurability of Consump tion has at length passed away. We have Indubitable proota in our possession, that Consumption in all its s(ss - bt e urea , in tne nrsi, uy luoereuiar absorption i in uie second, by the transformation of tubercule into chalky and calcaroos concretions In the third by cicatrices of scars. Those wed ded to the past, may assert that even now Cunsumpiion ia incurable ; such are behind the age. To all, this great truth must be apparent, viz : that medicines inhaled in the form of Vapor or Powder directly into the Lungs, must be much more effectual than that taken into the Stomach, where the disease does not exist. The advantage of Inhalation in Consumption and Throat Diseases is. that medicine in the form of vapor and applied directly to the Lungs where the disease exists; the stomach is thus left free to aid in restoring, by administering to it healthy, life-giving food. There Is no case so hopeless that Inhalation will not reach ! The means, too, are brought wiihin reach of all, the manner of administering the vapora being so simple, that the invalid Is never required to leave home, where the hand ol friendship aad affection tends so much to aid the physician's efforts. The Inhaling method is soothing, safe and speedy, and consists in the administration of medicines in such a man ner that they are eonveyed into the lungs In the form of vapor, and produce th ir action at the seal of the disease, lu practical success is destined to rev dutiooize the medical world, and establish the entire cnrability of Consumption. 1 earnestly appeal to the common tense of all afflicted with lung diseases, to embrace at once the advantage of Inha lation; and no longer apply medicines to the unaffected stomach. 1 claim for Inhalation a place among the priceless gifts nature and art hath given us, that "-our days may be long in the land,'1 and as the only AKK OP REKUGE FOR THE CONSUMPTIVE. A method not only rational, but simple, and efticucioas. Such of the profession that have adopted lub.ii.it ot, have found it efficacious n the highest degree, arresting the pro gress of the disease, and working wonders in many desper ate cases, in verity, a triumph of our Art, over mis fell de stroyer of our species. Nora. Physiaians wihtug to make themselves acquainted with this prsctice, are informed, thai our lime being valuable, we can ouly reply, aa to ingredients used, to such letters lhat contain a fee. The fee in all cases of Pulmonary affec tions, will be $10, on receipt of which, the necessary medi cinesand instruments will be forwarded. Tne fee in other cases, will be from $5 to $10. Applicants will stale age, sex, occupation, married or sin gle, how long affected, it any hereditary diseases exists iu the family, and symptoms generally. Let the name, town, and State, be plainly written. Postage for return answers must be enclosed. Letters when registered by the Postmaster are at our risk. All letters must be addressed, WALLACE MERTOITN, oct26 6m S. M. Institute, N . Y. City. For tbe Complete Care of Coasrna, Coldi, Influenza, Attlima, Bronchitis, spitMiiK of mood a m1 all other Lunff Complaints tendins; to Con.uiuption. j ijsj'ij 3 j 5j 5j lm rilHIS preparation is getting into nse all over oar country. X The numerous letters we receive from our various a gents, informing as of cures effected In their immediate neighborhoods, warrant ns in aaying it is one of the best, if nut the very best Coagh Medicine now belore the public. It almost invariably relieves and not unfrequently curee the very worst cases. When all other Cough preparatious have failed, this has relieved the patient, as Druggists, deal ers in Medicines, and Physicians can testify. Asa tae Agent 'lnyonr nearest town, what has been his experience ofthe effects of ttiii medicine. If he has been selling it for auy length of time he will tell yon it is the best medicine extant. Below we give a few extracts from letters we have receiv ed leallyregarding the virtues of this medicine. Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga, says: 1 have been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively in my prac tice lor three years past, and, it is with pleasure 1 state my belief in its superiority over all other articles with which I am acquainted, for which it is recommended. Messrs. Fitigeraldoi Krenuers, writing from Weynesvtlle, N. C, says: "The Liverwort sud Tar is becoming daily more popular in this country, and we think Justly so. All who have tried it speak in commendable terms of it, and say itis very beneflcia in alleviating the t-oinplaiats or which it Is recommended. Oar Agent in Pickens District, 8. C Mr. S. R. McPall, assures us that he nses itwilh great benefit in his own family and recommends It to bis neighbors." He gives sn instaiie. i ia negro woman in his vicinity, who bad been suffering ith disease of Ike Langs for years, attended with sever c ugb.who was relieveJby the Liverwortand Tar. Huch arethe rood reports we hear of this Medicine frost sll parts or the South . Por s report or the surprising cures It has performed in the Western and Northern and eastern States, we would invite the suffering patient to resd trie pam phlet which accompanies each bottle. To al wesay, have ope, have hope! Try the Medicine!! Be warned in season"! And neglee not that cough which is daily weakening your eon.tiluiiou, irritating your throat and lungs, aud Inviting on that dread liiifim. (lonsnmotion. when so soothtnr and hoallug a rem edy can be obtained aa Rogers' Syrup of Liverwort and Tar. Beware of Counterfeits and bane Imitations. The genuine SaSiss. Is signed Andrew Rogers, on the engraved wrapper sround each bottle. Price, One Dollar per Bottle, or tlx Bottles for Five Dol lars. Sold wholesale and ruiall by 8COVIL dt MKAD, 111 Chartres St. bet.Conti and St. Louis, N. o.. Sole Agent or tbe Southern Stales, to whom sll orders sud applications for Agencies must be addressed. Sold slso by Ewin Brothers, Berry tk Demovile, A. R. Roseoe, Thos. Wells, and G. W. Hendersbott, Nashville, Tenn .and by all other DruggUtsfhrougb tbe State. anlS ddrirtwly. A SMAJLX t'AMM FUK hALh A AK ft Asu V1XL.B. I HAVE for sale about 70 acres of Land, S)f miles Irom the city, in a good neighborhood, one-third clear ed and tbe balance heavily timbered. The entire Tract is splendidly set in Bin. Grass. I will divide it into two or lour parcels if tbe entire Tract can be disposed of, or tbe whole to one purchaser, on liberal terras. There are four beautiful Bunding Sites susceptible of being msda aa handsome as any place about Nashville. For further particulars call and sea me at No. 9 Colloge street, and I wtll offer a splendid bargain, octlit-t J. O. PITS. NOTICE. MERCHANTS' BANK, ) Niivisiii. 1:1. IrfM. I o N and after Monday next, the 17th instant, this Baak ws)l raj opened at 'JO'clock, A. M.,aliucweea at j, r. m. ovIS-hn JCIIN PORTERr lLD, Cashier. NEW PUBLICATIONS. Medical Text Books. JOHN YORK A CO. am received all the Text Books used la tka Nashville Medical SefcMl : Wilson's Anatosar ; Pewnes' Chemistry ; JSrichsun's S.rfwy : Cexeaux Obstetrics; United States Dispensatory ; Kirk fc Pant's Physiology: Wood's Practice : Grose' Path. Anstomy , Taylor's Medical Jurteprudente : Wilson's Dissector end a peat variety of miscellaneous Medical Books, sot con talssaarin the above catalogs.. xrrl. JOHN YORK dk CO. hve tost received- The Prlace of the Honse of David ; The Caotlre Youth of Jnda : Confidential Letters of Napoleon end Josephine ; I sushi or the Tonne Pilot, by Mrs. Meets : Robert Graham, by Mrs. HenU ; Never toe Lata to Mend, by Keade ; The Old Regime, by TocquertlM ; English Trails, by Sydney Smith; Laoaerltoe's celebrated Characters, complete. Draper's Physiology. Illustrated. Porsale by " JOHN YORK dr. CO. HKhiral. sarariaFsT JOHN YORK a, i n i.... . - - - - - - - 1 " vuhi.im nun oi lex. t th ii J aai seuool, which they '.w i . prices. novl . JOHN YORK k CO. Have jnst received Memoirs of Hugh L. White; Lifs of James Buchanan; Metnoira of His Times, by Henry Cockbnrne; Appleton's Cyclopedia of Biography -Lippincott's Gazetteer of the World; ' Parry's Expedition to Japan and China Seas - aad Ramsey's History of Tennessee. ' noT SCHOOL ROTkKtt Jnwr Yonr A Co .have itist received . - - ment of Classical Common School Hooka, which they offer tor sale coeap, innvl GOLD PUS. JOHN" YORK h. CO . have just received a new sunnlv oi trie uesi noia rens in tnis msrxet. neri ... . r. , , n .. - - BLANK HOOkS I-edters, Journals. Day Books. Cash Books. Record Both, Minute Hunks, Ac , fur sail bv nov I JOHN YORK CO PUTNAM'S MONTHLY for November; Household Words " The Schoolfellow " Just reeeived by nov I JUH.l YORK d I U. ALL TUB FRE.WIC.MS AGAIN AH A 111)- Kl TO Watcrfield & Walker ! AORKEABl.K with their usual ru.-lom Waierfleld dr. Walker again swept the board of all tho Premiums offered st the late Fairs for the finest specimens in the Hat Department. It soouu be homo in ui ind mat lor tho very moderate prtc of five dodars one of these elegant H its can be procured. novll WAThRPlhl-D v UaLKi.k. NEW 1IESH.N OF SOR' HATS. THK Urgent and miw select assortment of Soft Pur Hats will be found at Walertield dr. Walker's they hare all the new colors of the season. novl WATERFILD A WALKER. LADIES' itlUKiX. 11 ATM. THE Ladies will find al Watertleld dr. Walker's some bandsou e styles of Riding Hals of tbe richest textare end most appropriate designs. Also, s full assortment of Fancy Hats and Caps for cbildrsn. H US ! FURS ! FUHS f WE have received a pan of oar Winter stock of Furs' and will sell them at very moderate prlcea. WATKKFlELDdr. WALKER. City Hat and Pur Store. novl -J Public Square. ARE YOU KICK ' MIEN you can't be cured too soon. Don't delsy until . your complaint is incurable, and then mourn when it is too late. Pour fifths of sll tbe diseases w hich people the church yards, aught be cared by AYEK'S CATHARTIC PILLS, tf taken in season. Don't go dragging through the Spring, faint, sleepy and listless, became ) our blood is load ed with bile. D nt wear the head-ache, heartburn, aad their kindred disorders, because yoer stomach is foul. Don't parade yourself around the world, covered with Pimples, Blotches, Ulcers, Sore and all or any of the unclean diseases of the xkin, becsuse your system wants cleansing. Don't show yourself about, lean, haggard, sll caved In, because your Stomach and Bowel, need strengthening intohealthy action AVer's Pills set these things rights surely as water quenches lire. They purify tbe body sod blood, sud restore their functions Into heallily sctiviiv which you can leel as quick as they are taken. They are the one great medical wonder ol tnls ago, recognized by all who know their virtue:,, and many thousands know them. Take the Caeny Pr. toral for a Cough, and the Pxllt for all derangements requiring s purgative medicine. r-repared by Dr. J. (.;. A(EH, I'rsctlcsl t Demist, Lowell, Mass., snd sold by all Druggists aud Dealers in Medicine through this section. nov. II m. New Wheat Flour. 200 BAGS City Hill's extra New White Wheat Family Flour, in store and for sale by HTKAl'TON dt KVYINO. jane27 SUGAR 76 hhds Fair to Choice Louisianaciugar.tor sale by joiya stratton a kwi.vo. C COFFEE 5"0 bags Bait Rio Coffee, choice; J 50 ' Lagorra do do; SO " Old Oovernment Java CoSee. In store and for sale by STRATTON at KWIMJ. julya ' ALT 1'Amj bags Fine Liverpool alt. for sal. by ) jolyg STRATTON dt fe.WI.NO WHISKY 200 bbls Ohio and Tennessee Whisky, for aale by Julys STRATTON FW1 NO NAILS 5u0 ktgs Wheeling Nails, tor .ale by juira 3tbattonakwi.no. WHEAT, WHEAT 20,000 bushels Ked an While Wheat wanted immediately, lor which w will pay the highest market price in cash. )Uly2 STrUnVH hWlHU. OTAR CANDLES loo boxes Star Candles; O ' 50 X " do do; 60 V " do do For sale by STRATTON A KW1NO. jluyS tf Groceries. WE are prepared tu turniih plantation supplies of every kind, and would invite the attention of Mer chants and iM lers to our stock, which will at all times be complete, and consists in part, at present, cf the fuiiowing articles : SO bhds Sugar; 1500 bags Salt; 8b0 boxes Star Candles ; 100 pieces Begging ; 200 " iH incb Bagging; 400 bogs Ceffee i 500 barrels Salt ; 250 barrels Whisky; 200 half pieces Bagging 600 co lis Rope ; together with all other articles usually kept in such establishments. JOUN-iU.N, HOKNE A CO. j v29 b. Corner Broad and Market sta. WHISKY. MX hundred and twenty barrels Rectified Whisky in store and tor sale bv J -IHHS- JN. HOKNE A UO. LANGHORNE A AKMisTEAD. BOXEA Langhorne A Armiatead's Celebrated To. bacco, just received. 50 augl7-lw aAr JOHNSON, HORNK A CO COTTO" YARNS. A FULL stock of Cotton Yarna from lhe Vale Hills Sparta, Sycamore, Mt. Vera, Laurel Hill, Centra and Eagle Factories, in store and for aale by ntayoO W. il GORDON A CO. O UliAH 250 hbds Common and Prime Louisiana au- k7 arar, in store and lor sale bi maySO H. GORDON A CO "COFFEE s00 bags I'air and Prime Kin Collee, in V 'tore and for sale by may0 W. M. GORDON A CO. c RUSHED SC;aR-100 bbls New York 4A" Crushed Sugar, for sale by mav '.o W. U. GORDON A CO. R ICE 10 tierces fresh Carolina Rice, lor sale by W. H. GORDON A CO. WHISKY 50 bbls Robertson county Whisky. 100 " Dean's Aurora 50 " Old Bourbon " For sale by W. H. GORDON A CO. N AILS 1,000 kegs Sboenberger's Nails, all sixes, lor sale by W. U. GORDON A CO w RAPFINtJ PAFER 1,000 bundles single crown, medium and double crown, tor sale by mayso W. ii. GORDON A CO. .t N V V H AiolS. il w k BALES Gunny Bags, 21,' and 4 bushels; OUU 100 " Oauaburg " 2X " Forage by may80J W. H. GORDON A CO. OSNAHCRON. 1 Ai t BALES 4 4 Aliaonia Osnaburgs; 1UU 50 ' 4-4 Franklin 50 " . 50 " Georgia -For sal by W. 11. GORDON A CO. may30 SHEETINGS. 2?) r BALES 4 -4 Laurel U ill Sheetings; 10 " 4 4 Ulen Mills S3 " 4-4 Sparta " Now in s.ore and receivingdaily.and for sale by may80 W. 11. GORDON A CO. I" LOUR From the Lebanon Hills, Good ieaasri lie da, V Hanchester do , Star do and Spencer's do. in store and for sale to the trade only, by maySO W. II. GORDON A CO. C11DER VINEGAR expressly tor family use. For 2 J by. janm K 0,KANK. LANi.iTtiKN K fc ARMSTEAD. 25 boxes of this celebrated chewing Tobacce reeeived new crop and for Hale. H'CREA A TERRASS. fNDlGO.-Two L sepl7 beat just reessvsd sad for sal. by H'CREA A TKRRASS. J ATA COFF E E. ceived and for aale by sept7 5o pockets very hue just re H'CREA A TKRRASS. ON MANHOOD, AND ITS PREMATURE DECLINE. JFast Pabliahed, Gratis, the 30th Thousand ; A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL TKKATMKNT, without Medicine. ofSperms torrbss of Local W eakness, Nocturnal Emu. sions. Genital snd Nervous Debility, Iuibo- lenev and Impediments to Marriage gene-ally, tenc,, ,BY B. DE LANKY, M. D. The Important tact that the many alarming complaint, nrtginsling in this imprudence and solitude of youth, may be easily MStoved without Mebiciis, is le this .mall tract, clearly demonstrated ; snd the entirely new snd highly suc cessful treatment, sssdopted by the Author, fully explained, bv means of which evtry.one la enabled to en re bixwslv per fectly snd tt Die lesst possible cost; thereby avoiding all Ike advertised nostnssasof tbe day. Beat to any sd disss, grans and poet free is s sealed enve lope, by remitting (post paid) two postage susaps to On. b. DE LaNRY. 17, Xispenard Street, New York City. 0CtS6anMldtW sxSsxtij' ZamlLaUammSSammmmm ? SBBBBSBBBWra JfcSSHBSUSSJ. rB-ST GOOD MEDICINES B.R.B. Important TliiiTitlsMkl , A GRRAT PHYSICAL LAW, Possessing the most Important talaessM v tk. SesUU of the body, has bee. entirely ovsrlswM aad neglected by tt Medical Paeaity. wosDsarcL rows, ov ths a. a. a. assnvvts. u assriaa Tarn sonr uaLTsrr ui ma vxtsaa raiw. B4UALL2B TUB CiKCUlTloaeJiJLATli THS STSTKH. CHAPTBR I. Bquslliing the rHrewasllon ike trae saetaasd of preveattsg tbe establishment of disease regnlatiost the only assess of purifying the blood snd rermgiss'slsa. tohesUth quick esse?T of Radway's Keady ssf amd Radway's Regulators, la vrtn.g the patieal of lBil, congestions, rheumatism pneusaoala, sorv throat, talaanatloas, fev.-r snd ague, billious remittent aad lEtsimHtoat, sosile typkns, chagrea, aad sll eoatagious aad costagioi s fevers. Tho positive virtue of Rsdwsy's Renovating Resolvent, la restoring the Consumptive to Health, aad sensing Bronchitis, Asthma, bad Headset essadPyspsrsass, HOW 1H8RASBD ACTION H 81 OMRS BSTABLISHRB AND TUB BLOOD1MPU RS. A great error has long prevailed in ass shade of medical men. " That impurity of the blond is tt cms. of diseased action." This is s serioas ssMasW. Il al a lleHaillssils jj the drealatloa, snd the estabtlshmeut otVseeawd action lb at cause imparity of tt. blood. The K. R. H. theory holds the rmth of the above maxims for if a person be las slate of psirasat BHxssx4tach artery and vein must carry to snd from the hoart ska allotted por tion of blood, and when any set of vsasess resajs. , be tte cause what it stay) to carry their props rUe., ta. earrwai of blood hssossss dasaaasd ap; la otter woeds, a eoageatloa takes plsce, giving pais to a greater or lees extent. Has., then, Is the beginning of diseased actios, which. If not re lieved, will soon run lato innaaama ,, sad "tte lams i j become est ab Hawed. Diseased sclion being one. established the blood becomes impsre, and is. lilgSlssllj .f acUo. os! tte part of the liver, skla, bowels, Ac, Is ssrra to be later mpte;,snd the general system, by sympathrslag wttt tt. ocal complaint, becomes iuvolved in la. diflealty. That this is the true state of tte case, let any one call to ml ad k symptoms on catching cold. The local difleulty may be a sore throat, whiea is a congestion oi the blood, amouaUssv sometimes to aa inlammstioa about the throat, owing to pr.'v ..us deranged stale of tte circulation; aad he will ss niember that his bowers bee.. roe cosMve, his Uvsjr dsaiawd or his skin dry sad feverish, sis head, stopped up, pain, sud' sches iu his bones, joluts, Uowu the back, head aeee. dte- cnarge ol water from tbe ejes sad n. se, wttt uaav utswi unpleasant snd psiaflil symptoms. Had he ased Kadway 's neauy Kenei wneu uie congestion was senuag I n , a as ap- plication to the throat, sad swallowed a dast) of the stega Istors. he would bsve broken up the oug-eeuou. anu n, storeu tbe regularity ou the part of tte liver, skla, bowel, etc., wuicb h.oi been broken iu upon by tt. exeacta of uJ sore thrust. Kegularil) being again esUvlished.th impure, blood is soon puriaed,sttd tho circulation asjai equalised and tte health restored RADWAY'S Rbu LI. ATOMS Possessthis great power of KHL ALlitINU 1 (Id l I nU I LAlltVI. And regulating all lhe organs ol the oudx tea nature! asu healthy action . Kailws) a Regulators possess properties ttat sll other Pills sre delcieut in, aim are the ouU uiUa ta aee ttat eas be taken fur suy Isugtt uf lime will out weaheatag thesis- tern. I key always leave the system is a health J esmditiua ; the iver, tMi.els, heart, natures, kidaey aad aksn rrsruiar. snd ready to discharge their several iuaotlos wttlio.t re course to unuatuiai means. hver, doae oi Kiawii'i K.rultlors that asm taken will efiise new life, freth streuath. sod souasl hsellk t ihm weak aad feeble body. AH A PAM1LV PHYSIC. oue or two of Radway's Regulators will aaswer a hotter purpose tnan castor on, common puu, atsss pill, Lee sor Bilious pills, or ssr other calnaruc, bilious. draadc. i.um lives, saiu, or senaae. The Regulator, will qatckly open the bowels, force s natural passage, and siill leave tt. whole system In s heaftny slate. rausi-kiiki, m.vi last. How the R. R. R. Remedies raised Mrs. Sarah A. Hossh from s crippled snd helpless coudiuua to sarwnd heaiin. alter the skill of lour of tt. in t learawd payaiclau sa New York had failed to relieve her, lira. Parker, Bliss . Wsrdie, snd Maclelao. READ HKR l.RTTKH. Jaasssn 3. 18M. Messrs. Rsdwsy A t o. 1 tried tour "sail Relief, and ahd my joints rubbed ilb it. ssd I never felt peas alter ia rst ten minutes t was ruboeo wi in it up to tt. assises t time. Sirs, 1 do no tknow wbst t compare it to bat a charm ; tar 11 is a mystery to me. 1 wsss cripple for two years, aad had not tte proper use of my limbs 'or tares yean. 1 as worn down to s skelelou. I loeu commenced tt. ass of year Reedy Relief, Resolveut.and Regulators. Tbe pain last m In leu minutes, sud I begsa teeaiu strength very fast, aad could walk with ess la a few weeks, belore 1 heard sd ;oar remedies 1 wss lakes to Dr. Parker, Or. kee., Dr. Vardle, Dr. Mac le Ian, and many otter psurasctaas ia this city, icae not now remember. I a completely palled to pieces by them. My coasutalioa wss cosaplrtaly broken up with medicines mat did me imguud. I could wot put a root to tne grounu nor pica up a pin. waff tuasa sa. car ried up and dowa stairs like sn infant ; aad saw, than a God I by the use of juur remedies, I sat as ssr sag as ever. 1 had the cvsniaon raeumetiawt inflammatory and caroai. -aad lhn palsy. You can publiah ibis, it vou Ilk. S K AH A. HOUGH, 244 th St., between tt. 7tt and tt avsmaca, . V. December i!5th, I.-.V.. CRlPPLKD WITH 1M.K MITlhs. Deeembev SIM. UK. KRKH PROM PAIN AND W AbRSU WlTUKASst JKPTI1A GAHDINKK. A severe fall; Injury ol Wekaeapaa; axcraUal ng pains Timely arrival, bacccssful eBcsey of Rsstwsy's Ready Relief. Dresden, Weakly ( Tenn., D.3I, ISM. l,Jeptha Gardtnier.ul tne above place, da aablieli, that for man v years 1 hav b. wkh KMsJxaatisss, and oa tile eveuing ui December Jon.. 1.-.n, while walking la my ysrd, I fell with great violeae oa tte last, bruising tte knee pes very badly. Iiurtt certify, ttat a. tt. above dsy Mr. John J. tteuedict. a Unletting ajeat ef Radway dk Co., arrived at tbis place, aud .earing of say heavy fall aad tte terrible complaint UiatsA'.u, tur, recemmeeded as. to spply Rsd.sy' Ready Keli-., wnirh I did, and icsvery snort tim the pais ceased, th i swelling asxaesd, and 1 sss now able to walk without is sa uf my ease, rr. fruea pain. 1 have tried several otter rem4ss, asm (sand so relief. In case of ettreine piu, KsJway' Raadj Relief le far preferable well other remedies. Il any on. doubt ah. truth of this eerubcsle, let them call on ma al my residence, or write to me st Dresden, lone., and I will give tte m fall nforinsilon. JRPTHA UAHD1N I r.R. Por years Mr. Gardinier had ruflered tt. Mrvur.sg psiss of Rheumatism. He mil auable to walk srlUSssrl tne sid ef a stick. Ou the xDui of Deeee.hr he drst triad tt R. I. Ralief. Ou in 31t be cuahl walk witteiti sMssd free from pain. Letsll whosre crlppisd orbed riddaa uatak of tats PP.VKR AND ACL'R. Radway's Hesdy Relit I and Kadway's Regulators sr. positive curatives lor Ague sad Fevor. Lai laos afflicted lake from two to Ave el Radwsy Reeralator every uigtti and a lea spoonful of Ready Relml la water, oa rWag .n tt. morning, sud twice during the lay tbeee will IMS in tt. system from the poison ol ague Huw tbe K. H. R. Remedies restore consn mptlves to nealth, slop tt ravages of decay, heals ulcers in th lungs aad throat, cures sstbms, br.ucbliis, chronks rinias sad all diseases and complaints of tte uroat, Inngs aad eases. Persons who bsvsbeen trouble d with cbronlc sere throats, tubercles ia th lungs, uronehiti, or glandalitr affections, sre iniormsd that tte R. R. R. Remedie will oare tasas of thsse terrible disesses on th same principle. Lt tte Heady Relief be applied externally oa tbe chest aad sre a tu throat. This will effect sa Important and weaaarfill; s ebeial resntl. 11 will get up s powerful lisakSIl IrrraUng orce, snd withdraw from the gland of tte throat all con fested blood thsi msy Interfere wl.h tte iisadiatiiey organ, eisvss irosbled with asthma, baud ssd disc It breaming, sharp pains when taking a long breath, will asrd sa immedi ate relief after an appiicaiion ot Radway's Heady Relief, la asses where tte lungs are diseased, we give Radway ' ab solvent. The action of this medicine resolvesaway the dis essed depnen. It heals sll ulcers, snd rsmoves tubercles. We bsve known pereens, who hsd no idea ef ever rising from s sick bed, to be restored to sound health itt not a narucJe ot consumptive mstensl ta their bedisa to hasb-a decay. Rsdwsy's negtilaUirs, iu lass casee, keep tte sys- roe ular. aud equal! llie i ircuiauon ol u. thebloou. THK ROYAL TOUCH. How Use R. H. Reeolvsnt cured tte King's Kvli, after s con gress of erowned monsretu failed to restore the supplicant to health. THK Kl RH I' 8IGX. Tbe presence of pimples, blotches, pustule, ts Sss is, rash, HUle sores, psinfui itching, he. lush, t, are nr. Indi cations or tbe presence uf foreign and impure humors In tt. y ate m , sad if allowed to mingle with tte bin, aad reesaia lu the system, corrupting tte blood and nlliag tt wwsrs of lb body with tmpuritiee, sores snd ulcer will break oat and eover tne body with their repulsive presses. The skin, uuoer these poiwuont influence, hecosaee aa eruptive volcano, eabiMueg 10 the eye tt dlgettsg lavs ef disease in tt form of salt, rheum, eanrers, alcers, feveff soree, pu'.rid flesh, knur's evil, aud uie moel ttigairul eiup Uaav of thekin. Rsdwsy 's Ready Resolvent bss cored th most Uprlbl ' or akin disease snd humors. It will never fall la tte ware LARGK HOLES IN TUB NKCX. An Emigrant called upon us a few month, sia., who ind been troabled witt the disease called King's xtvil. II leid two very large hole ia his neck, and hi bead, body u d legs were covered with tte rnot diagasslaf aad sickesliig ore. We imiuedisiely placed him uader ra influence or tbe Resolvent. I sia wsek frets ta lias km sailed uwa us every sore wss hald. Not vaa mh was iaft upoa his body to remind him of tte King's EvU. This msa, lute thousand of otter deluded persons, lad thrown himself proelrated before two P.mpeiors, four stliigs, snd one Ituoea.lo be tour be 1 by tte fingers of Roy all v, t lieving tbst the hsnds of their "antt sacred nutjeaties would drive away the evil." The Knsssa. Rasolvent osd more power In reetoring this poor diuxtd victim of a erael dtsssse to a sound cosuiiioa of king snd monsreas ou th. inn. aaa sii ta BOILS CURKD BY R. R. RESOLVENT. Lima, Indiana, Dc. tt, I83S. Mernrs. Radway & ('o.,Chesassts, N. Y. 8ad sa two Inns i' " " ' ' I hav. b a ssisji ssaasssd wss bolls. I bsve been torssealod with tts sksssssssssse s crescenees for more than two yar. 1 tried all kinds of medicine without effect. 1 csmsssassd the Rewalv.nl. Oa bottle cured me enUreiy. 1 have since rsssmms.it .1 It la otters. Yours truly, R.CWUIGHI n AD WAT 4xOo-. 112. Pnltnn street,Xew York. Bold by Druggists, Merchants, snd Ular. keepers .Terr where PILES! PILES! PILES 1 this aiTHBBTo umtaCTssLa srsaisa, or ariaT roan an is svsar rrtua, CURED BY EXTERNAL APPLICATION ON.T. DR. CAVA-AUfiHH PILE MALTS WILL never fail in giving immsdiass relief. and posi. uvely curing the worst aad most ohatinasa cawea of Hemorrhoids or Pile. It is the 0LT INFALLIBLE HKHEDY KNOWN here or elsewhere for the Piles, aad is to. result of years of patient study and investigatuju. Sutterers from Pile sow bare a remedy al baad which will STAND THE TKHT OF TRIAL, without a (ear of failure on its part, to do aO tea provxrisior claims for it. Full directions accompanying each box ; and all thai ia requisite ia strictly to obeerve ttexn, aad car will , to foliow. Dr. T H- CsTajrsnea, (Ptaaaat) Dear .Sir. W'tien I smved in ta. sity a saw stars ago, I was suffering intensely with th. pilaa. 1 sswasttoaad ray condition to you, asking your advice. Tost recom sneadsd your Pile dalve aaying ii would cure me. I triad it th effect was immediate, and 1 am bow wwfi, I belie. it to be, ss it proved in my case, an iarsluasia remedy, and a sure can tor thai disease, the Piles, and. aa such rsenn msnd it to others. Yours truly, JOHN W. HANSON, of. LsNaia, Ho, Pef Price $1 par box. For sal. in Nsaa rills by gwin Hros., Wborssxsss Agents, and by IJntggiata and Dealers pawnkUy. Dr. T. H. CAVANADQH, Sola PrepricHor, anggl lv in si rle St, Lnoi. Mo. COAL ! 1 OAL I F)UR THOUSAND bushels Ohio River Coal to arrive st Nashvitlson Wednesday, I9U Novembar. Order for tte shove, st 35 snd 3 ecu per bushel , will b sttended to by P. P. HA MMJAsTL . aorie tf opposite sUasxhott LaadUg.