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BAIlYfa: TEI-WXEXXY $5: . WEEKLY $3:
w. ht. surra. John r. mokqak.
VO. . CALLENDEK. - AKTHOXT 8. CULT.
SMITH, MORGAN &. CO., -
EDITOR AND PROPRIETORS.
OBca K: 1C, t i t i t Deaierlck Street, t
SATURDAY, NOV. 8, 1S56.
We have returns from thirty-six conn
ties in this State, all oflicial with one of
two exceptions, which show a nett gain for
Buchanaa on Johnsou's majority of 2,201.
The latest intelligence pnt3 the success
of the Democratic ticket, beyond all per-
AdTentnre. It has received the rote of
fourteen Southern State v in all 112;
and of Pennsylvania, Indiana, and New
Jersey in the North, in all 47 making a
total ot ioy, wmcu is iv more than was
sufficient to its succes3. California wiil not
be heard from for several weeks. It has
probably voted the Republican ticket, as
have the remainder of the Northern States,
with the exception of those mentioned
above. We iia!l not be surprised, bowev
'er, if further returns give some of them to
Mr. Buchanan. For details of the general
result, we refer our readers to the telegra
phic column, and of this State to oar table
TTe g:ve below the gains la each county,
so far as heard from, made by the respec
tive candidates :
COCK TUB. FILLMORE. BCCHAgAsT.
Decitur, . . 84.
Waynw, . . 1.
Hamilton, . . 91.
Warren, . 41.
Mar-ball, . . S.
Gibson, . . 145.
Jackson, . . 150.
Dyer, (rep.) . 100.
Greene, . . 38.
Bloui.t, . . 250.
Bumper, . . . . .11.
Bradley. . . . . ,49.
Gilt s. 222.
Lawrence, , . . . 27.
U irk man 17.
LTumphreya, .... - 226.
Tbe Financial C'rlala In France.
In the following article from the London
Morning Utrald, of Oct. 11th, will be found
we think, a correct resume of the monetary
condition of France its causes and pros
pects: The report of the French Minister on the
financinl condition of France is a document
that must be received at the irenent moment
wiili a considerable tlepree of cuutim:; for, al
though we have no deire to fw.vat3 the ti
Xinricihl (lifficultie which at rewut cause
great emharrassinent to the Government of
our a!k, e cannot blind our eyes aguirat
fnct which freint t linnet lvm to the world
in an ui mUtakaMe form; n r do we intend to
adoji tiie C4urtt urtued by aoiue of our co
teniiMitarifa in thinking our own svntern if fi
nance d bilking as vastly r-ujeriir to that
of "Ur o i'iib r. The relative pubiiionti of
the two countries do not adjiit of an equitable
comparison, because tliey represent blatfH ot
tilings wliich are entirely diwimilar. That
part of the report addrew-ed to the Emperor
which has reference to the Hate of French
commerce epeals for itce'f, Dd on the whole
5 panrtHctory, clearly showing tbe elasticity of
the resources of the country under preat
tnergencier; and theptaterm nts with regard to
the revenue are equally encouraging; but these
are cot the points which are likely to embar
raa seriouhly the Government of France. Tlie
difficnltit-a to be encountered are spread over
a wider field, and are, in the abstract, al
Biot independent on the financial i-osition of
the Govt rntuent, though th'-y are certain to
iarove it in their consequences.
France has engaged iu a course of specula
tion which is 6' immense in its ramifications
that it extends over a treat portion of Enroje.
We do nt accuse either the Government or
tbe Bank of encouraging thisetil, bnt the fact
remains indisputable; and however milling we
are to admit that the natural and industrial
resources of France are very great, tlie-e gi
gantic sptM olatious eannot be sustained with- i
odt an adequate amount of moneyed capital fr
their basis. Have we any satisfactory evidence
to show that tlie-e immense ciedita are placed
pon a satisfactory foundatiot! Most assured- i
ly tut. If the stecu'.ative movements to
whiclj we refer had been confined to France
alooe, the danger would have been much less,
and a remedy would have been far more easy
of accomplishment; but they arecattered over
the w' o k c iutinent of Europe, in alinoat eve
ry c ncfcivtb:e form, aud the day of reckoning
is at baud, as mui aure l!y come in all see
matter-, and it U not improbable that some of
thd test institutiona of France may suffer by
the tobies which have been committed. All
eyes are now fixed opn the lUnk of France,
ud those who have floated in the sea of spec
ulation are looking to it lor support or deliver
ance, liow this is to be accomplished remains
to be seen. ' 1', however, the liatik is to be
called upon to aupHrl thai vat upert'uctor
f credit which lias been raised by the leading
speculators of Paris, we think the result is
certain. It will not be long toibli to pre
vent the ithdrawal of the principal amount
of specie from the coffers, and with that a
auspetiMi'O ot cash payments would bucoitiw
But looking st the condi'-ion of the Bank, lude
pendeot of tiiese pccu.Mliwa, thus appears to b
lata C4u-e tar thrm. ft the lt mum, Li-k
was ou the 11 Uj of Septeaitx-r, the ktaouut of tub
lio in tbo Bank f ,t3S,K0, and although this
au was less by JMCO.UiK) than the atuouut given
la lbs previous lelu.u, it was eonsiJerably iu ei
eea of lbs auiosi.t held al the couiuirnceuistit of
the presut year. lithe mot tUy return tor Jan
uary, tbe amour,! of ti was JC7. Sl.tHbi, and
io February it was ii.created to 'i,57a,.Xr; but
this i:ore of 591,00.) was uliu-d by pur
chases n aJ by the Hai.k at a eotl of t2.67o
dttiiug ibs mouib; ai4 lh Bai.k has oulv Ura
abj to ataiu iu specie by slmiur taeana, tip to
the present tim, t a total ewat for premioo. paid
vtiiru aiboant to 493,57 J.
So Joag as ltLC was eiigagad ia an eipeoaiv
war, iUera " aoui lejiuatois reason or its aoop
llog t3s coarse to uiaiuUm Ua tll.e rMrr.;
but to contl io U to o aiOtaio ati "eiaveraiiou" u!
pecult1o:.a, as are termed. hojI ulumat.ly
prove lalal U lhsBik iuMtil, lead la tii mw4
rumou couq l -u "es . 'lti rcmt. J, therefore,
teo-M to be to S pirats iueif Irom these tranaoe
t'.aus by a radjai proofs of Hijullatiaa, aud res
lor thai roiihotmm ttween its peei and eirea
Utiou wi.ich is oeceas-ry to tuaiaiaja lis irsdll of
lhe'ioii:uii0. . W caioiol s U t a Smou
of eh parmeois ea ressoiaMy -e4. un
less a -v-ry eneip-citd aimluutl-O ol specie be
sh iwa U th fcru,oo.'ig reiaru; d we te lath.
Bed to b-be " I"10 " "7
cei fro n a'cls-s of persons h kope ot up
p ort Ii p'aced eUuly ui the wuijce .BordJ by
ft,- n...k Jtn. as tee reiiofi bat best received
wlih'gveat cou6Je:nct ia certain qntrter. h 60-
eseary tbat the question should be fairly stated, and j
we think that it would be a singular anomaly in j
the history ot banking for a bank to suspend cash
payments with eight or nine tbillions sterling of
specie ia its vaults. That tbe flilncoiues men
threatened the Bauk are formidable, must be ad
mitted, and tbat a financial crash would also in
volve the Government in its consequences; but
whatever phase they may assume, it is evident
ihat soma restriction must be placed upon that
rp'rit of speculative enterprise which, if not
checked by a decided band, may endanger even tbe
tabiuiy ol Napoleon's throne.
Increase of Jews.
An intelligent writer iu the North American Re.
view supposes that no class of immigrants ha in
creased more rapidly in ibis country than tLe He
brew. In 1850 a man might count upon his fingers
all the synagogues in tbe land; now there are at least
a quarter of a million Jews, from eighty to ninety
synagogues, and a multitude of smaller eoromunt
ties where a nucleus (list which will soon grow into
a synagogue. The city of New York alone has
twenty syssgogves aud thirty thousand Jews
bout one twentieth part of the population being
It may not be inappropriate to add to tbe above
Utenent respeding the progress of the "am-ier.t
people. in our country, tbe annexed histori-al and
statistical particulars from an article iu Blackwood's
Vast as is the period and singular as are the
chances of European history since the Christian
. era, Judea still continue the most interesting por
tion of the world. Among othi r purposes, it may
be for the purpose of fixing the general eye upon
th'u extraordinary land that it has been periodically
' Yi-ite.l hv a more striking succession of great cala
mities than mrhnDS anv other region. With less
to attract an invad'-r than anv other conspicuous
land ol the East, it has been constantly exposed to
invasion. Its ruin by the Romans in the fir.t cen
tury did not prevent its beiug assailed by almost
everv barbarian who, in turn, assumed the precaii
om sovereicntv of the neighboring Asia. After
ages of obscure misery a new terror came ia the
Saracen invasion, which, under Amrou, on the con
qjestof Damsecus, rolled on to f alestine. A siege
of four mouths, wliich wo may will couc-ive to
have abounded in horrors, gvve Jerusalem into the
hand of the Kaliph Omar. On the death ol Omar,
who died by tbe usual fute of Eastern princes, the
dairzer. the country was loft to the still heavier
tnis government of the moalem vicerays a race of
men essentially barbarian, and commuting for their
crimes by their z al in prosely tisin. The people, of
course were doubtly tormented.
A new scourge fell upon them in the inva-ion of
t'te Crusaders, at the beginning of tbe twi lfih cen
tury, fallowed by a long succession of bitter bostili
ties ind public weakness. Alter almost a century
Of this wretchednesss another invasion from the
Desert put Jerusal-m into the bands ef its old op
pressor, the Stracen; and in 1187 ihe famous Sala-
din. expelling the lat of the Ctinsiian sovereigns,
took possession of Palestine. Alter another cen
tury of tumult and severe suffering, occasioned by
the disputes of the Saracen princes, it was visited
by a itill more formidable evil in the shape of the
Turk then wholly uncivilized a nation in all the
ru lent 88 and violence of mountaineer life, and
spreading blood and fire through Western Asia.
From this date (1317) it remained under the domin
ion of the Ottoman until its conquest, a few years
ago, bv that mot extraordinary of all Mussulmans,
toe Puchi of Egypt a dreary period of 600 years,
under the most desolating government of the world.
It ia equally impossible to read the Scriptural re
ferences to the future condition of Paleetine with,
out discovering a crowd of the plainest and most
powerful indications that it shall yet exhibit a to
tally different aspect from that of its present state.
Enthusiasm, oi even the natural interest which we
feel in this memorable nation, may color the future
to us too brightly; but unless laugusge of the most
solemn kind, uttered on ihe mowt solemn occasions,
an I by men divinely commissioned for its utterance
is wholly unmeaning, we inuxt yet look to some
powerful, unqut'Stiouahle and splen.lid display of
Providence in favor of the people f Isreal.
The remarkable determination of European poli
tictoward Asia Minor, Syria, and Eypi will in
these few years; the not less unexpected change of
m toners and customs, which seemed to d fr all
change; and the new life infused ieto the stagnant
Uovtrament of Axis, eSJ by their being flung
i io the vbJit of EurOi-SJU interests, look not unlike
signs of the times.
It may be no dream to Imagine in these
phenomena the proofs of some niemorahle change
in the interior of things eotue preparatives for
that great providential restoration of which Jeru
salcm will yet be the scece, if not the centre, and
the Israelite biiust-ll the especial agent of those
bigh transactions which shall make Christianity the
religion of all lands, restore the dismantled beauty
of all earth, and make man what he was created to
be, only "s little lower than the angels."
The stali-tics of the newish popula'ionare among
the mo-t singular circumstances of this most sin
gular of all people. Under all their calamities and
dispersions they seem to have remained at nearly
tie same amount as in the days cf David and N!o
mon, never much more in prosperity, never much
less after ages of suffering. Nothing like this has
oecured in the hiatory of any other iaie; Europe, in
geueral having doubled iti population wiibiu the
laat hun.lrrd jeais, and EngUnd nearly triph d
hers within the lst halt centun; the proportion of
Am- rica being still more rapid, ami the world
crowding in a constantly iiicrea-ii.g ratio.
Yclihe Jews seemed to stand still in t!,i vat
and general mneeuieut. The population of Judea
in ilt ino't palmy days probably did not exceed, it
it rem-hed fonr mi!!ions. Thu n 'miners who enter
ed PIstine from the wiMcruess were evidently
not niu. h more than three; and their census ac
cording to the German station, who were generally
considered to be exact, is now nearly tne at me aa
th-it of the people under Moses about three mil
lions. They are thus distributed :
10 Europe, 1,916,000, of whieh about 653,000
are io Poland and Russia, aud 453,000 are in Auf
In Asia 738,000, of vhich 300,000 are in Asia'
In Africa 604,000 of which 300,000 are in Mo
11 America, North and South, 67,000.
If we add to these k bout 16.0o) Samaritans, the
caloulLl on in round uumbers will be about 8,180,
This was the report in 1825; the numbers pro
bably r-main the same. This extraordinary fixed
ness in the midst of almost universal increase is
douliIess not without a reason, if we are even to
look for it am'ing the mysterious operations which
have preserved Israel a separate race through eigh
teen hundred yrar.
May we not naturally conceive that a people thus
preserved without advance or retrocession; diapers
ed, yet combined, broken, yet firm; without a coun
try, yet dwellers in all; everywhere insulted, yet
everywhere influential; without a nation, yet ouited
as no nation ever was before or since, has not been
appointed to offer this extraordinary contradiction
to tbe laws of society, and even tho common pro
grea of nature, without a cause, and that cause one
of final benevolence, universal good, and divine
In noticing the preceding statistics the late Mjjor
' Wo apprehend there is some error io the above
statistics, and that the number of Jews throughout
Ihe world may be estimated at nearer six millions
than three. There are more than a million in Po
land and Russia; in all Asia there are lull two mil
lions; htlf a million in Austria; in the Barbary
Slates and Africa a million; in all Europe two mil
lions and a Llf. U e do not think, during tho most
s T-udiJ period of Jewish history, that ibey ever
esceeJed lour millions, but then their colouies and
eoantriec, belJ tritHite in Enrope and Asia, amoun
ted to many millions more."
Ma. WasniSOTOS IbVINo's TttaXSaTLaMIO
Cosskct ox The Northern En'gii sax s that
Mr, Petrie, County Clerk of Oikuey, has dis
covered thai Wahiugtou Irving, the celebra
ted writer, is an Oikuey tuu by UtsceLt. Mr.
Along with other geni'emen, I have been
engaeeti for the last tit r eight months in
tracing the pedigree of Washington Irving,
and w have found, from manuscripts (mt
of them in my poseioti) and other sources,
that his father wa born in Skapinthay aud
emigrated to New York aUmt 1760, and died
in 17'JS, lasting a large fortune.
Thw Hev p. P. Irving was here about three
wetks, aud carried aay. wrb. Lliu a tablo of
the family Ucc-nt, and tracing them buck to
1422, and sulertbed bv bhtrirt Uobertson and
mye f. The Oikuey lrtiiigt wi cadets ot
tLe Irtings ot Drum, a appears from the Coal
ot arms speuled to charters, to"
In a ccrtaiu contingency which from
present indications is cot likely to Lappen,
tbe following description by Milton of Sa
tau'a transformation into a hoe serpent
wo old bare been a complete acd pt ac
count of the Presidentelect:
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t or r'aSta i r ut a- tui-f
tl.Suua.a, j r 1 ( a i.Juia .-!(
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Nu 1 u.4 ufcKi ia Um ,y a oise4.
inttf ( bia4w,; 4 mvUt (turn
The Wysterlone Suicide.
We have already given tbe particu'ara of the
melancholy suicide of Lizzie Howard, who
jumped from one of the Brooklyn ferry boata
on Sunday morning last; and the subsequent
recovery of her body. We find the following
particulars of her painful history in the Her
ald: Lizzie Howard, for such was the name she
was known by, came to this city from Roxbury,
Massachusetts, some three years since. She
w then 18 years of age, with blue eyes and
l'ght hair, and otherwise a most attractive
girl. Sn after her arrival, she lorroeai tue
arqnaititacce of a yonng man who betrayed
and, as is usa.nl in such ca-es, denerted her.
She then became the inmate of a house of
qnestionable repute in Mercer street, where
she formed the acqua;ntance of a yonng man
attached to a certain restaurant in Broadway
that is much frequented by fashionable people,
and for him she conceived an ardent attach
ment. She then removed to a house in Greene
street, where she was snrrounded with every
loxorv that could be provided by a woman
that fed the life she did. At this timo her
lover was faithful, but latterly be displayed a
deposition to cu6 her acquaintance, and the
women of tbe house say sh j expenencea me
mst intense anpuifh at his coldness.
On Sat irday night last the parties met acci
dentally at PerHchio'a ball, where she accosted
him and wished him to dance with her, a .he
wished to communicate eotnetbing of impor
tance to both, but he refused her importoniMes
with rudeness. Wounded at his conduct, she
left the ball room and retired to her home; she
lay down for a while, hut shortly after arose,
dres-ed herself, and left the house. This was
at two o'clock on Sunday morning. She was
accosted by a policeman at the corner of
Cotirtland street, but not noticing him, she
continued her wsy to South ferry, and went
on one of the boats. It was a cold, chilly
night; there was no moon, and when the boat
was half way across, the unfortunate girl threw
herself without a cry from the stern, and was
soon buried under the heavy tide that was
running at the time. The two passengers on
the boat little knew of the tragedy that had
been enacted, but the girl was missed by them
011 the Brooklyn side, and the alarm given to
her friends through the Herald. Her body
was recovered on Tuesday, and idedtifitjd by
her female companions.
A photograph was found on her person of
the young man whom she had loved so well,
but 8 unwisely. On Thursday her remains
were conveyed to Greenwood, where the was
interred, with the picture of her false lover
placed upon her breast. The scene at the grave
was painfully impressive. Tbe landlady of the
house, her female companions, a clergyman, the
undertaker and his wife, were a l that were
present. Alter the reading of the Episcopal
burial service by the clergyman, one of Lizzie's
female companions read Hood's touching poem
"The Bridge of Sighs," amid the tears and
sobs of all present, after which the funeral
cortege returned to the city. This is one f
many similar 6tories that might be told of life
ia tbe great metropolis. V. Y. Mirror.
A New Car Itrake.
We observe that a new car brake has been
invented, and is styled u Wakefield's Self-Acting
Oar Brake." As all these inventions are
designed as lite protectees we give an account
of ibis one which is to he subjected to a thor
ough test iu a few days. A wrought iron shoe
is attached to the bottom of the car or truck
frame, by a moveable joint, which shoe is ap
plied to, or raised fi out, the upper frurface of
the rail by a toggle joint, which toggle joints
are operated by suitable connections with rods
or bars, extending through the length of the
cars, and also through the teuder frame, and
by means of levers upon the tenders brought
under the control of the Engineer in such a
manner that the action of the cars against the
tender shall become the means of straighten
ening the toggle joint, and applying the fric
tion of the shoe to the surface of the rail, tlee
by retarding the motion of the train and brak
ing up the cars. Whenever the speed of the
engine is lessened, the momentum of the cars
pressing against t e pn j cting arm from the
tender, puts into action a lever, sliding upon
its bearii ga and connecting through the whole
train, whereby the toggle joiuts are strength
ened, and the shoes made to press upon the
rail; as soon as the pressure is removed, the
toggles are caused to recoil and the shoes are
lifted from the rail. When necessary to back
the train it is easily elfVc'ed by means of a
lever upon the tender, entirely under tho con
trol of the Engineer, the sliding or projecting
liar upon and under the tender is thrown back,
thereby removing all connection through tie
train, and the hunters meet as in an ordinarv
train; upon again starting the train the lever fs
thrown out, and the couuecliou is n.6tau:aiKs
This t rake may be attached to a car, and
operated by hand, as by the ordinary hand
brake now in u-ie. The estimated cost of this
brake is about $75 per car.
A Marrow I 'cape.
The speech of tho JJou. Rufus Choate in JJunt
iugtou 11 r.11, Lowell, on Tuesday evening, was at
tended by an accident of fearful npect, concurring
which we gather the following ttalemenu from the
Bostons papers :
Ladies were admitted to the galleries, end these
throrged, the doois were opened to the multitude.
Tne hll is one hundred and twenty by eighty feel.
At seven o'clock it was tilled to reph-tion. Men
stood packed together in the closest possible man
ner, and it was estimated that there were over five
thousand persons within the whIIs. The orator
was bailed as no man in Massachusetts has ben
hailed since Webster; and every think' promised an
hour ol iiitclU ctual ei joyment ami in-trui tion rare
ly afforded, and a taiiffactory termination. The
turetiUK came to order. Was or-riinz-il; tho presi
dent, Mr. Whipple, was introduced, and was grace
lolly saying tint he would not detaiu the audience,
as they were present ti hear another, when a sound,
as if from a canuon st a distance, filled all ears,
and the floor was felt to be yielding There was
a geueral panic and a movement toward the plat
loini, and a great deal of.excitemeDl. Finally, how
ever, the frht subsided.
After Mr. Choate bad spoken about three quarters
of an hour, however, another crash was felt iu the
oeuire of tho hall, which settled two or three inch
es, and the vast audience rushed to tbe outlets of
the ball. For a few moments the panic was fear
ful, aud the screanis and cries of the people who
were crumbed in the crowd were appaliing. The
la ties in the galleries were the most selfposesseJ
of any, and remained perfectly quiet, although
their Handled clieeks betrayed the fear in wbict)
thtv stood. Mr. Choate aat down, and seemed as
calm as if safely seated in his own study during the
wbol of tbe scene of excitement.
Mr. Butler, with a Low. 11 architect, Mr. Rand,
who went to make aa examination of the building
alter the second craeh, returned iu a few mom en is,
and Mr. Butler then informed the audience tbat
they had discovered that the heads of one or tao
bolts had given way, aud lint, in order to avoid
the possibility of any caiatrophe, the people bad
better retire from the ball in as quiet a manner as
poiola. The audience then left the ball aa fast
as they could, and re assembled in Iront of the Mer
rimack House. A platform was toou constructed,
itendiu out T a second story window over toe
porch, on whiih Mr. Choate appeared and deliver
ed the remainder of his speech. '
The geutlemen on the platform were of the last
to leave. Mr. Choate, while paa.-ing to the door,
for the first time seemed to indicate by eipreaioo
a reai.i-uion f the danger which environed bits.
The floor actually sunk under him two or three
inches, and he was heard to rental k, "Tbia is go
iiiCi" but be retained his self- possession aud walked
It is stated tbat Mi. Butler, on returning from
the iiwprciioa of tbt floor, -i-euh-ed bis fears,
and never expected to leave the hall alive, lie
diftcovered, wiih Mr. ltud, that lbs ftuor had yiel
ded perceptibly; that the o.ir- which so aljrmed all
as tut snapping of the iron fastetiif gs and sup
port; that if tbe audience was not soon removed
ih iloor and the ruof. aud perhaps the ii wails,
wuold soon come down. lie dicovered tt.at cer
tain liifabrrt and joints epou which tbt fiocr rested
had (tin way, and tbat the ceiling ot the depot
beneath was Lpenii g atid threaten. nr. AlioK'tb-r
u was a most wottdcitul a ape. A'io Jnltili
gtuerr. - "
A XlCi ruci to Boaaa. A lady, who had j if t
red a boaHing boe in I1.ii.i( Ij hia, baa aUop
led ibe fol'.Otit lxle; Tb peUlienicU luwSt Dot
pel their ft el ou tit matit'e in nu.U-r, tor out ef
tit window In suruicer, and the UJj mul .lot wrt't
her name on the glass hb quarts pia. Il r'u
UMt an air tik st; total frgulau tbt daaptr
herself, tod tot niijt.rvcry leu animus tr ibt
chail.Jt in-iJ. The u g'e g ll. tuao Bluil t o. pUy
tU Uo:'Ue, but ni.k Ltt it) tbt tervaats, our
rott'b bit wbkkers at U.t Ul.le. If hedolbt
wot'l aaawrr. The lady must i.ot turn ap r bo
t cVrn thing on li tattle, tJM f.t bat Kstur.l
pti. aad aiai f the pm nu-t dui.k or ulk wah
a tadutM'J of victetlt, ior n,ui lurj Shtlr ttte
top bo. klat Cake. .. TtNUt itUJal, aud bcarj ta
b pti4 wtskty Utdrssct ;
from the Charleston Cornier.
Tbe Age of Froareaa. .
BV "OLD FOOT."
This is the aire of p'ojreaa we're pryreMinj
fawn to Hie der.l, at a apank D rale;
While up above ttis angels are distrewt.- g
Their gentle on Li, in pity of oar fate.
And merrilj the wmWu.a stars are guessinf
How lou 'twill Ue the eanh to culm nate,
In wicke-inesw and fully; we are going.
Where to! there is no caiog ad no knowing.
Oh. -ge of progress . are of profrresr phaw.
Thou art a hum, a hoax, a eurt'd delusion;
The devil makea of you a good cata-piiW
To gather chc-t- uts and in profusion
Chestnuu are gathered Medicine and law,
Church, State and all - a rch crnfu ton '
Of sweets and sours a rare acd dainty "Ballet,
High fpiced enough for even Satan's pal te.
Oh, age of prgrtss, age of progre you're
hut little b- tteY than a solemn chea'.,
Eo snuff and siuilioir, dafper and demnre.
As bih wel s one need ever mee';
flow will y.u dare, ye b'etlie' ing old bora ye.
To j iu tlie hero ages, (one before ye?
Thnn a't the brasen ag 1 ctroplated,
O e grain of fi to many a nj'le f bra;
Wish gr- at invention y u are fuil freighted.
M"U-e traps and teli ki aph an i - go 10 grass:
One Roman de d had all well outw igi.t d
Thee and thy frefr-ht. Wo a me, al , alas.
One Grecian thotig . hat I'm belated.
And over '-(n iciah th.ugh-s" ano f ea must paa;
Ta-e my dvice, old ati duwn 10 thy place,
Thou be Jewing moiher cf a pig ony race. II.
xt e. r. aoaais.
OM Birch who t'i;?ht a v;llag- scho"l.
Wedded a maid of ome.'pun habit;
He whs as stul.born as a mu e.
And l:e way plnyful as a bbit;
1'oor Kate h d scarce become a wife,
lef.ire her tiu ba d sought to make her
Pink if county polished 11 fo,
And pr m and f ruial ait a Quaker.
One day the tutor went abroad,
Aud -iitnp e Kilt J sadU uii.--ed bim!
When he returned, behind h r lord
fche sly y st'iie, and fondly .kissed him!
The hu-tiand's a ger rose and r-.d
Aud whit his f.ce alternate grew!
-Les f,e doni ma'am!" - Kate irfgh d and laid,
"Ob oaaa! I dius't mow 'iwis roc!"
Important Dioovebt Th DkTgcno or
UcaOsiB. A series of experiments have recently
been maiie, says the Chicago Democratic Tress,
by Dr. Pollock, an cculint of Chicago, to lest the
truth of an article published some time since by a
celebrated pln-ic-un in England, wliich alleged
that the Ust scene viewed by n dying mD would
remain impressed upon the retina as does the im
pression upon a daguerreotype plate. Io each ei
periineut thai Dr. i' hdH nude, he his found that
an examination of the retina of an eye with a mi
croscope reveals a wonderful as well as beautilul
sight, and that in almost every instance there was
a clear, distinct, and marked impres-ion. We put
these facts upon record, in the hope of awaking an
interest in the feu jeet, that others m iy be induced
to enter upon ibese i. tere-tiug experiments, and
tho caue of science advanced.
The recent examination of the eye of J. II.
Beardsley, who was murdeaed in Auburn, con
ducted by Dr. Siuclf iid, co. u-.-ponds with those
made elsewhere. The following is tho published
account, ef the examiiia'ioii:
"At first we suggested the saturation of the eye
in a weak solution of atrophine, wbiuh eviJeotly
produced an enlarged state of the pupil. Ou otu
serving thi, we touched the end of the op'ic uerve
with the extract, when tne eye instantly became
protuherant. We now applied a powerful lens, and
discovered in the pupil tbe rude, worn uway figure
of a man, with a light coat, beside whom was a
round stone, standing or suspended in the air, with
a tmall handle stuck as it were in the earth. The
remainder was debiis, evidently lost from the de-.
struetion of the optic, and its separation from the
mother brai'l. If id we pertoruied thio operliou
when the eye eutire in ton nocket, with all its
powerful connection with the brain, there is not the
least (ioubt but tiiat we should bare delected the
lul idea and impression made on the mind and
eye of the union. mute man. Toe thing would ev
idciitiy be entir. ; and perhaps we should hive hud
the contour, or, tietter rtill, the exact figure of the
murderer. The !.i-t imp region beiora datli is al
ways more terrinie on tne brain from fear than any
other cause; and figures impressed 011 the pupil
more (Ji-tuict, which we attribute to the largeness
ol the optic nerve and iu free couimuuicatiou with
ItlcditntioiiB in Weatmiuatcr Abbey.
Yester-evel stood in that venerable Abbey
at Westminster, which tells the tale of so luucli
of England's history, from the day of Edward
the Co'itessor to the present hour. There lay
litre wt-d around my feet, in terrible profusion,
the rea' jewels and pure gold of Iritaiu'e
greatness the sacred ashes of those worthies
who, when in life, with stout hearts, with
brave hand-j, with toiling thought, by their la
bora and tii-ir lives inspired the nation and led
the vanguard of Fame. There they all lay in
dusty tleaili. Ti-ero wre the men who were
. he finews o!' Eii! n.d's imije-ty, there 111 sep
ulchral mIciicu I.i the toi g us that hud utter
ed hard-sought Irutlis wliicli echoed fVo!n their
itps to the world's e'ul-; there Hie fiuy hrt.ns
and vig -r'U intellects Hint Hied by genius il
ium int d t in ir 11 g, and breathed bin nii'g wo. ds
like oracle rhe-ir coimiry their ali.tr its
people their co' gregii'i-d ai.dltorj, theie the
)0-.-!s Ii 1 1 a e ei Q b td 1 .ugu .ge, and kindk d
into song iliotig'its itiut h-a toAards heaven,
as they came d wn Iiont thence; theie thehe
nes that laced trinl and danger, ami in their
energy an l victoiiotis labo-s inude English
hearts their lusting and their 110b et luouu
inents: there the o'umipion of tten.al truth,
who have in godly cotirHgo and devtted zeal
been the shields of oar ti nst and I he guardians
of our fait I: aud when I look upward upon
the bannered and escutclieoned walls, the si
e un d a msooi 8 rolled their echoing bt rains
down iiiose long and dusky aisles, while yonng
voices bieiidiiig wit Ii the notes, chanted tlioee
warning wuid-, "O remember, how short my
time is," and I 1 bought, that could that great
array of sheeted aud of shrouded mortality
have waked from their siieiit graves, and
stalked forth in long procession, through those
vaulted ai.-les, the voices of the dead, as they
swept past ine, would, in ghostly accents, have
taken up tie ise warning words, ''Kemember
bow short thy time is," and, if thou wouldst
letie thy name a iiiouuuiiut among the illus
trious of thy land, and worthy to le emblaz
oned on the mil with those who win glory in
heaven work while it is thy day, the works
at wliich thy liod sent thee into I tie world to
labor work diligeutly work devotedly
work bolily fjr on thee the same destiny will
soon be aecomplished which has fallen upon
us "the night of death Cometh when no man
can work." aO remember bow short thy
time is." Lev. Jrfr. JILic' Strvwnt.
JOSL DAVIS....- Manager.
Last night of THI llvri.Y M1 Q TUt O :itA!.
EATCSUiT EVENING, NOV. 8, laf will be presaoud
THE LOS ELY HAX OF TBE 0CEAV.
Fancy I anee Sll.sM Partingtca
To conclude with the laohabla Farce of
LEND ME f IT SHILLINGS.
Mr. COCLDoCK ia eogaged, and will shortly appear.
PRICI8 f)i ADMtgxloN Dre Circle and Ps-queUe,
T'; I'l.per Ctrelr 60e: Colored Boa 60c; l'okira.1 Oallery,
25c, Pi iv ate Boxes, (tic! tuivo rigtt) biug le Steals, io,
JIT Donrs open at 7. o'clock, P. at.; Carta in rls
prrene y at , I M.
Al f'l ! Ktl F. OF
HOUSEHOLD FU&.H1ITJSE, BEDS, BtDDlNO, AC
iWILL. sell on M ISO V neat, 10' h Inst, at No. S
B. od 'rt, betweca Uamoiar an J H.gh alreala
Via I'al r Puranure;
l.rasre Is and Inaraio CtrjxU;
" klh igany iduaxd,
" ' Kta;
" " Churs;
Tathrr B tisard Mattrasaea;
f iua ( tuna Tra At tm;
Cooking s;o- aud ru tarts.
T. gotuer w.ih K t h n CteoMls, Table aod Glaaswira,
Badxtra 1, Tab.es, C't.iiri, Baaurrsat, le.
Unas or sals. Ait soras ot (23 and nix!er, Cah; all
sains ovrr I or months credit irJsi aj.raseJ eoJorsed
not-s, payable la one cf the eit.r Bias.,
to oocnsAcnca al 9 o'cack . M
nov7-d.'t E. D raKNaWOSTH, Auctioneer.
360 FA5CI B055IT3 AJTD KILLIXEUT G00LS
AT II I.F PlIK i:,
And moitSsleet ef this fsatta.
ym. 0 , L Ol r-8. is ymr C-'iaucw to grt rirta
t - nonreis, :t.untry amorouieria, e ..
at tri.a grra. led iet 01 Id prtesr Ui.i pa V.
chtwd Uryrly at Pans this setKWi, n l harir.g sons Lit
00c pa iU or, icdjc- cat Ir j ta a vary eta.i- s'ock,
aad mmm i'l wtl p large laieef Pall and Wiwter
ttooawa p-W"s ta l a great aleraien-s ta o 'T -U re
t r oar Pprrcg ,-l. ma eur suck win fca th Urg-t S .ath
or We' cf New Yor- b"w a days. Ces and si y jmr-Ivesb-lore
U. are 1 nar ana y will snose al last al
1 ar rtdaerd prrs. Isr cbekssbow m well a.oruJ svs
al aav an Una e' B, vaving rrw ived goo)a vr
laasMr hru S'iiM l-'.a 1 t of Wr, a. I at a snot
bcsao'al aad la etttlas. w (.:.( Clo k Wr, piaraal
.ly 414 rack) -a ( lCs. t'asv 4 - rfee c f avr dreerp
itoa 41 pra. liin pa ia Trta saiag ' W
toiea wl rxa l.ew. 's tar B I -I Parti tr txr-.ual Jul
y XI p r arat. ar ttsa er f rwl It XaaltvlU. 4
taxes ki re. M .m.a. in po l4 tia.l D tm, a K i
houiei r bb o, a aojw. tUutsx ai 4 la IV: U'wi,
a Urge rtm-g i-f F.arf l , sua .m rib Is Sua so.
Now, lua-JMn, tutu aa sa.l joar k tfl ! auly
al k- "US, agaoi,
aaS - Sa. 4t OakMiSt avt so riata a -as.
ff Wa fiall parttoutar atta'l' -f k Is a la aau C
tt kierrhaci-, W.:tiofs la An, as w will (tea yea a
SUU at Oo-Oa al Mew tark fne.
12,000 WCiTaOf C AYLOJOH CUTSTI
B0.tS AT AVCXIOST
RISJ. f PI ILl mI om .Tl aOT HODHSO,
twe. Um S.a. al It a't SKk pi . a mt mxt al
sm it saat CAM a. I asaev tf lhM aoAnsjtiiaal aJ
pay ng ix, I a- ). biU Uh Caah U kia
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
Oil tit: OF SCUEOl JLE.
and after Sundav, N-.v. -.hth Pnser ger Trains wil
leare Nashville st ?J0, A. il. and P. and arrlra
at 9:' 2, . M. a d 11:85 i'. U. n8
(Formerly O&rman Iouf.)
331x3. ozsLrll lo, Tonn.
S. t S. LaS'IER, Proprietors.
Ma ?Tai i-o I ihikr, lati- of Ljnir House, Mucob, Gs.,
and iMP.-iOM Lisna, UU- of Tak Ala., will be harpy
io mwi all frln :s and cu-;o-n n a tho Lamar Hoie,
where they have omp.e accom tiU'jns for 2.V) persons.
VEtTn'fht .'urii e te werk B30SS, "WATCTTS.
JP-jtVTRV BTSTTrtHlTk V CMl Tt UpVO
3LA.HK iiuuis. FANCY GO 'ns.'ftO-, at ircii.in
M 0. iV t, Adc io-.er,
DO'. S On Cear s-.reet, near P t OlR -o.
VAI.FARI.F. FI6U FOtt SAI.i:.
3 r omrrloioner, rp-volntd hr a dcree of tbe Todd
Ci'cui-' "rt I il . oo 8ATCRDA?, ti i d y of
t)-.-n.b. r, 1556 tt ihe l.te r.i lnce of Hnry 0 !n,
dee'd, io ToUd CHunt, Ey , ei to th highest bidier i: a
TRACT OF LAND
'onoer'y owne' b sal t d - -ead, li i Br T'entot, in
Tcd.t C'Minijr, K. , In thf f urs s ci ou of ,h- ?rn Kietr
C i;nty.rhree .niir fr .in t' e H-..-r-iun aa.i Nikvill- Rail
Rat, -ei'-a ni-g abjnt 6f hondre I mi sixty-'i re on
wh'C. I- .i n: h and ealu ibl f .rrn wirh aliout two hur.'tred
and fa t' ai res enclosed sni in a hiitn tate ' f rulti va-io:i.
A'so, ago' dw King, i-rgro h'n-i, b.irra and all nee-sa-r
out. m diDgs. The trwit rauuia au a.ur.d luce of -ne
timber an. I i well watered, ha'.ng on it a lare Ci.-tern,
several rpr Dgf and the Wtst fork of Red river turning
1 bkhs The ale will b- raid on a a-ed t of one, two aid
thr-e je-irs. B.nd w th security b- ar:ni: in ere-t irora da e
will be r q iin d. -xorpt a su" ci r c io pa ''ecoib of suit
an l sulf. P. s.-esrion given 1 t J inua-y, 1 5
nov6 iriwt l WM. U. tWt.. (.onnrlaioner.
IS hereby jrlven to the Stockholder of the Henderson A
Vashvilie lt:iiir..ad Company, t at the g te. ulh Instal
ment .en p -u up n tneir Stock is now due, and must
be paid on oi before the fir?t .Uy f .'tcembct next,
lty order 1 1 tht Boiirii of Directors,
no. 4 id aMdtl.3fc O. GORDON, Eec'y.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
A DIVIDKNi) of .irhl percfM whs ;hii d T declared on
XA ihe Capital su-ck t the Nahvilr C.mmcrrl 1 Insu
rance Corrp:my, out oi the profits for the 1 ut lx m n'.hs
ecamg this. ay. JAVtKS WALKSK, SecrHry
Nasnville, Nov. 3. novS tin.
A.MI VII.I.F ItFU Dlfi ASNOCI TIO.
'1 'UK regular Noy. mb-r monthly me-t'ng of th's ei
I tion was jd.onn el to fhlDAV kVi-AIN'O, NOV. 7th
The .mount n liaud subject to loan is 8'VKN I HOI. f AND
Alto. K. G. EASTMAN,
nuv5 id. PecreUry.
WAEEH0TJSE AND GROCERY STORE P0R RE5T
4 L8 a large establishment well calculated for a Wheel
il neat or any kind ol Mtnuf .during Buiiness. The
rrcmi es are sima ed on Market street near the public
qmre. ror tanner particulars xpple lo
uov5 BUNJ. If. 8HIELD8, Agent
'1fIE STORE Hot'SE on tie .-outh esst comer of tha
a iqu re ani rron street ior tne oaiance or tins year.
i ne nx ures win besom chiaf to anv on-tnk'ng ir e House
Applv ty UK'J Y. S IlKt.DS,
octliT 42 Pub.lc 9-juare.
COMFoRTABI.H DLl.lNi l.)Ca, with not !ea
V than thiee room, coriveaient to-le fiuare. Apply
to (ocizzj xte.Aij. w. oUitLDS.
NEW AND IMPORTANT .
Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
E'HAVIMiX OK THE SKALa i)F THK PA i EN 1' OP
PICK "'P (IHAT BRITAIN, E' OH: .le PHARMACtE
Pll ARM tl'lEN ile PARIS, AND IMPEIAI. fOLLKOB
Or MKDtClNr., VIENNA, are aft xed upon each wrap
per. and Around c;.c!i c .k- of
Tiioseiiiar So. I, and S.
Thns prue tins the pnlili.- "irtin t ImT.Tio.s. wiich are
1 a. le to the severest penal m courts o' law cau awar.i.
TR. H. A. BKRROW M-ol.er of the I-nperint Ollee of
U ti-n-ia, an ' Knyl c Il -ifeol -u g.'o-, l.nnd in, may
be pr n illy o!:s.ii e I hi his r-siil. n e, 137 I'rir.ce s-.rret,
I'ew . a e' i.r urotia ) r or, from 11 io -.he
morniiu ii I 2 and fr m 4 till S in tlie eveaing, (unji
exceptei,J uiiica oy sreciai apoir.tn.eut.
TKIKKMlt Vo 1, i- the R.mly for REI-AXflON,
SfK.tl MirtKiME , and all tne iii-tre.sirg co q i-nc.-
rHn Ir m ear y il.uie. in Imcri.-ni at txc-., or loo lone
res d nc in ti. t com 'te. If mviz.ir-ilrd and re 'o-
l i p rr i-i I'M in, tno i-a i :s vj thr i' i iin;,i'i w:,o are now
inth -i joynei.t ot all the lunc ions of Ma i'". d, i;d
wlu.rv r may t a th; C tt'SEI., every l)IvQL' M.I r IC A
TlUNIor M AKRIA it is effeciuaily suodueu bj th.s Wuu
der ul i iscoyi ry I
TRIK;KM R, No. 11; comp'etelv an' enti-e'y eradi-ales
nil trr or Uomo' bust, no in 'ta m d nnil i(:r,u r'l
lorm-., G.-e's, ri t r -, In it . i.ou of ihe ad ter noa re
tennono' the Urine P..ins of th Loin-ami Ki.lt e-, .nd
tose ilior.lrr-i wlirre Copi ln . .1 C'il. ba hive o oui
been th u;M n an' id te, lo :h . r in tf the hea.lh ol a V-ist
por'io .of he popuUioa
TKI-SfM R, No HI 'sth- treat Coitin. ntal Retredy
fo Sy:.' ili : n I e: n irv S m 'omi It slno coi nitui- a
ce. I tiri curt Iit cur ey, -er.-fu a and all in. pur ies f oro
'h't vi' il t' earn, io us a1 uge her to er'iilicate ihe i rs .if
id'" ; e, an. I -s a neve' faii..a Kro.-dy fir ih 'te a ol di
o d-:rs ah h u.i u'Cunieh the r.oiflieh phy i i n ire -is
w th Me urj, to ihe inevitb e nrairuc inn o th- pa n
c.ii'.luln anaw.uhal tue 3 irapa il a Q ihe wo 11
eanno r move.
TH E-KVi AH, vo 1 2aid8 se pr- p rl in the form rf
a 1' x-iige d-v -'d "f l -fce i.r m -r. and ci b a-'ie-' in li
ur i.n l ' i.-' krt. ri'iii m ' .n . -e , ar.u oi ji i.-.i .nt. e -ar-k
e 'ioi s. :.ilni isi r.-.lyi.l a'i, I a Ira. o r:j Hl-
.-0 .1, c. ic. .'rice 8".-n, or f ur c io i on - .or 9
.j.e J3, ill'l i:i i'-i :a.-.rs, whereby tbere in a sa- lig
pe-la! irrrinnemen's h v ng n m .!e with ih.- r o n
Ex rvr-. , t e n do It' ca i f ire em n,a (lie a g
t r a , ure f rar.!eo bx lr .nr. ..w, r ria. e .pi, mm
.lialoi.v a I rec-'i mi! a e .. It :i.c , an par of it e w .'M,
s-cure:, p .c"l anl ad 're.se t :.cc .r-l aj lb in.t'uciiois
B' ih ; wnier, tho- serurir.g n the publir n line lur (i
pr para urn., an I etV-tu i lv pr- le t ; g h ru tmm rpu i
o'ls pemi -ii. us iimti i n- T ie ihr.e do. a' ces sent a
u u.il, i.ut n it tre f c irrinee.
to bad I a, f ta :'r B trroa, h rw iatif Ilv IHa trat
ed an. I p pu a w rk, "III MAN EK I i TV, or I'HVHO', '
G'0l. KfcSI- AKOHr8 " Ii d --cr b s a a cieur and ac d
mmn.-r the rs se and effecti of the i l-eirs Ik rnuner
. led, w 'Ii ii srjitiot.s fir ttie.r p epe tiYatnunl auU cure
Price 'iA c-nt. Sent tree to nv aild es..
A.II.e all'!. BlKsO'-V. 15T Prince Street, (f-w h ot!
west of UroaJw-iy,) New 1 o. a. tio( - ly .v.
UT ANT TO HIRE A g o.l, honest neg-o wan to help a
tl.e Paper and Itag Siore ta the lt of Janory.
ol8 W. S. W UlffcrlAN.
KEGULAK Al CTIOX SALE OF
DAVIS, PILCHES & CO.
N TI K.S.iA, N'JV'K 11. h, 1W, we will sell In front of
our Acnon Kooms, the lull- 'i g articles, to-wit:
-HI hli-is or .wn sug ir.
65 "jks ' lo CoOee
1m obis loal
ti " Crushed "
SI " xl'C-erel,
Ift " h.lf "
14 " Mon-igihata Whisky
." " rev' i tie I "
1(1 Wilag-i Wine,
5 hag. Pei.per,
K " Lasuyra 'o(fee,
S bnie. Star Candles,
t TaPow -
41 " Palm Poap,
tl u Ci.ret wine,
si ' Tobacco, yar't br'ds,
50 dot Broom,
20 14 Btelt,ts,
lilhlleD C. Wrap. Paper,
S - Spice.
4 " G nk-er,
15 holes Imp-rial T'B,
'21 domtn lle.rp Bed Cord,
15 do Oolton "
T5 " Med. "
9 tierce Rice,
kef s Indigo,
I'U botei U'aisward,
With many other articles to suit tbe trade.
Dot OAVI-, PILCHES A CO.
'TTIE pirfnersi 1 h-rerof..re exi-ting be I ween tbe oner
L ticn-d, under 'be Arm t t J. (1. A C. Kobibtsos, was
this dv i.iwoiyed b mu'nsl concert.
The buines will be rontlr n-d at tb old aland by I AS
(I. Ki'BKKl.-ON, wuuia authorised to settle all business
e nnerted wi'h the la' P. rm
Nahvlde, Noy. 1, 1S5. J. O. RORfRrsn,
no4 UIsS. KoblltTsOS.
IN r'tl-inzfiom the bnsinea. I return try sincere thanks
'orl'-e yr liberal pammaya re-iyed from the public,
aid take great p c-isore in re ..mroen.ling a or.ntlouarca
of the ama t m la' a pirtaer, Ji( H. Rgsbt, who
wi I coniin'e ihe easiness at the old stand on B'oadway.
Nov. 1, '5o. aoy4 Cll Ai. RObErlTSjN.
STEAM CHAIR FACTORY.
L A M 11 1) I N As. HID D E N ,
CHAIR MANCrACTt'KPR-- OP EVERT GSADK A STlLl,
A 8 Agent of Mesrs Lamsdis A HlDDM, I woald bee
leave to call t!ieatt"tio ol dealer to n.y ttoct af
flairs no in slort, onn!u of ov-r 3 doa-ri af every
ysrlty. mtde u'.der the prMBl siiperiatenricaoB Bf tbe
pr .prie ors, all of whxh are wairsn ed t- o( gjod wjra
Dins'iip. and t be as they are reore.entsj.
Helvn wn! find it to t' eir loieresi to exm:na my atork.
Pi I'- un.fori. and tow as any o her good m aufacturar.
Piiutad prica lul U b made' when de-iirl Andreas
JAMta CaOMKr, WaD sl eet,
ootl-3tltriw Loai.y.lle, Ky.
4 IL per-ons ln.!et''eJ la tie Ul arm of J. 0. A C.
i Mr aikisoa are r-Jes;al t e iioe (o'WrJ aod mats
Imr-edis'e -et'l-m-nt, dJ those havir g c slot sga.osl the
eoi.ee' n wul present ii.eiu fur o.ym a.
nuv4 J. G. R0BtRT5ON.
SWF.FT F.V Oil AF.N.- catks cf IM
abna lost rcciivel by AxprBssat
noi 4 J. Q. ROBttTWN'g.
SKT ROCKETS. svr ed, iliia.n Caoiles, Fowarpot,
wergolae, forprdoa, . t r saie at
oc-311 J G. A C. ROBt-.TSOXTI.
- (f BC.XE3 SUswu'a braai;
JJJ ii - Ka.-iu", aMurud, !rehj
x ruci rri, "
IA MJi N'.l, aborted;
IXov ati a P ioel,a Cigars, foeta'sit
BctSS J. A U. aOE.S !...
1 'HE aobaerib- rsara wuiag lo l O . Onndrrd Tk s
1 sol twi rs IB g us. and ari. ia pi"' '
' n 1 ..f tbe 1iro e.miiies,B.4 pay b io ibc tawls
y e l4 NB,hula ti.iliBw', at leir' HM 'ta la ba
ds t,. UAKVt.l HXL t.
U.wyl:l,ec 1 lsu .
CHARLES HIIDSICK CHAMPAGNE.
tl 'UI r.tM sal aits whi'h say tai -a wa't
1 artoa Bet. Baa tr to of l-r a B
wtlctvarr ve-t ;bs y. bog FI Hl lt la aay ka
ever y- o ed, I rw b"eod It t lbs trade as well aa
fcn f.TOily m. B. I. slllfsill,
rti.i tf B. P. StksWa Oas Hwet4J PMst raaatw.
J.udl VirrBta! Liaatd UarrssMtat
1 1 1 E w.U pay the bighl ssarkai utoa ia
II cfcutaiutff ld Wseraaia.
PSAtisijr) , McWHtgltS A CA..
e ti Ito. II Ca4 atde fabtsa AUaie, hi.ia. ,
, JOHN YOllK & CO. -
Bay tor sale the folio iog new works
' IRICHcOS'8 eCKGfRT;
UNITED STATES DISPE5?ART;
KIRK AND PAGEl'S PUTs'IOLOOT;
WOODS' PRACTICE OF MFDIC1M;
6R033 PATUOLOGICAL ANATOMT;
TATLOR'3 MEDICAL JURIiPRCDESCI;
C0NDIH OS DISEASES OP CHILDREN;
DDNLI?ON'3 MEDICAL DlCTIOSARi;
HO PER3 MEDICAL DICTIONARY;
ELU3jK3 MEDICAL FORMCLARY;
MEIGS ON FEMALES;
SMl'IH ON LEt'COKRUCEA;
CLYMKR ON FEVERS;
JONE4 AND StK Vk,KING"S ANATOMY;
SilAtl'EY AND QUANP' ANATOMY;
DEWf.E.i ON C ltLRKN,
DEWSKS ON FKM I.ES;
MK'Grt OM FrlVKRS.
ASHWE'.L ON FEM '.LKS;
PCOP ON T"P I.'Vj. R;
STANLY ON 1IIR B NE-;
Aod a treat ya.detr of Miscellaneous Medical Books cot
ronta:ned I" thi" ca"''or ne rctt
PJTN M'- M N 'ill Y f.r November.
HiU'SUI LJ Wil ing
TUB SCiHl 'LFELLOW "
Juifeeei.ed'y e0r4 JOHN YORK i CO.
"THE MUST SCPEWPLY ILLrsTRATED BOOK EVER
PUODCCrD IN AMSlUCi."
COST OF HItT Fid I KIM OVFit TI1III
TV TliOf St Ml LO I.I... tit.
THE COUUT OF XAPOLEON;
SOCIETY TTXDE THK FIRST EMPIRE,
With rartraitt of i( Dtauties, Witt and He
BY FP.ANK B. GOODKICLI (Dick Tinlo.)
lloyd Quarto. Turkey Antique.
The plan of this work la to present In one view tha pas
sageif Freieh socitty fr.inj t' e confusion into which It
waa thrown by the Kevo'ation, to a regular and normal
situation, under the dictatorship of Napoleon. The various
periods treate.) of, are Illustrate'! by their remarkable wo-m-n-the
REIGN OF TERROR by itsheioinea.
The si:b.r her repei-tfu'ly invites attention to the above
PRESENTATION HOOK, which undoubtedly will be the
moat popular, d'sir:tbie, ami su -crssful Gifl Book, for Ita
sixe and price, yet produced in this country.
The Book Is printeJ on a new fount af pici type, east pur
posely for it, upon extr i sii.-a and calendar paoer, made
to order, and bound id reil Turkey antique, wi h original
desigus by Somervll'e.
Thi-iia-trntii.m, fr .m o-ij.'lnat pnrtrait in the galleries
of Luaembnu'-g and Versailles, sixteen in number, are exe
rated by M. J'lles Clump. gne th most celebrated art st
iu bis line, in Pnris, in i etch one colored by hand.
Tbe universal popularity af every book relating tu"Na
polaon," is the best ind cation we think, of the favorable
reception of this one by Ihe public.
PPECIMEN COIY to be sern t
novS sac CH A3. M. SMITH'S, College st.
h' I) t. KANt:.
A furtber supply juxi received by
do6 boo CIIAJ. W. PMtTII.
We are now offering
To Ts Msvsms or yna Bib,
A I arga and
Fim Aiu-oRTMiar or
Tut Low Paicit.
Bent free on app'icatlcn to
Ituuka, ;ould A- Co.,
Law Bookse lera snd Publishers,
nrv5 - lmdy. No. 144 Nasiaa it , N. Y.
Mt V I It It J I S. f.0 t.ss(a ne Cranberries,
b .rrais, halve a id q lai tcrs f " .le by
n.iv8 WrPSfX A THOMPSON.
"'J;. 20 Irum- new Fig", received and f ir a'e by
' J IV v . L- I L Til
U " 'If. OP.ll Ml "l'-n,
I! l M.-J bjxes Ltmoo- .-eiye I and f. r a a by
J ti.ji E-.L 4 TH )M: S N
ilitrKM:i.I. ItlN I'll. 50 txaa s..pe ior
V ' Cra:kuiil biscu l, re:ived bv
n v i iv KPLI. T t-lVP-i N
1ilKi:l-:.- '! b'e-lni Apil- au4 tCagli-h Haiy
I heHc, io eivd ..n i 'or sa c b
m.v3 .v.-.-i-FL A TII M 'J'.'N.
ti()i'):) It etui's Wrapping Paper.
N M'i'' n l f .i an atklt ae wit io.. m prof..
r, xl n W. . W 11-MiV.
I2ILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING
NO -, cf P i 4AHI 8TitAEX.
MRS. U O K U I ON
Kr'itPhCrpfl LV in'.rni le-cu-'.om.rf ind
t'ie p .h . urn- r. iy tlii Iil- I. as lei ent y re
, . c-iv- ii nra mi.tM iliiu-i iu a r sioce Ol v .
rs ue v Ui o.i , all f wli ci live h- en e.rrfu ly
Sel'C e-l, rm rn.-ii g th Ui.. s leof B I net. , Trimr..los,
H'llini, Movers, :o.l , II .l Urrs-e-, Biai is. cai-s, e'c.
r'lie i al.o rck'nlurl in r c p oi all u e new snd I Ir-
fbshlonsfi r L.li.-s' l)re---s, ordrrs f..r wh.ch are p-rnrp ly
ait ii led tj, Btie so tens an eiraintion of fcer -"ts.ou
pit si. o-tl if
JAMES IIKH'ITT &. CO.
ITILLop-na COMM.d-iO HO'ISS in Uvai-rootoB
v lsi Juuary uiil. f.r tne sale of AilfcKlCA.N fttO-
Messrs. IP Wt rr, N RTiN A CO., New O lean ; Me-rs,
HE llTsCi. New Yi r ; RI HD A I Kl ' , sQ
LoUi.villc, Ky and 'V. A lltLH. Ksq , Cnh 'r Hi. of
a.hville, l.nn., ai l make cash adtancr en prip;rt
shij pd to th-lr ai'drrf.s.
Naw Yoaa.Oit, SI, 1?'6. (novt lnj.
BOOTS! SHOES! TKTJXKSI
P R IHK LaD.'tS.
IADIE3' Superior Calf Walking Boo'ees;
J " " I. -t well
" " Culf an I loat welt Buskins;
" " K daodPr. Mo.
" " Laf'iog we't Ga ten, plain anj tlpt;
m n n I'orgrrsa "
flFNTLKM VN'S GOODd.
Gent's line Calf wt.-r-.ro..f Bonn;
" " " I).. ut-le-s.de "
" " " l.rcas "
" " " Co Kr. ss 0it.-rs,d'-ub!e A single sole;
www Witer pru. f .w-d hrs;
- - n Oxford T ei, d.xible snd sin.-le to';
" " " I)rrn?hoe of various d. str pu. n;
With a cirrpleie aotmcnt of UrnlleturB's, iloy's,
Youtl'i and ChiMicn's f alf and Kip stoote and fhvea.
Mises an 1 1'l ildren'. '.nat, K d Miorro-eu aaJ Calf Boot
ees, all f wh.cb are offered heap f. r ca-h.
ocul JflM HAMiitt, 42 College St.
Notice to Policy Holders.
CAPT. E. Ii. PAXN.'WOaril ha-b-en duly elected Mar
Ine and (ire Inspector for the Insurance Offlfi and
Ageucies of ibis city, and as sa .-h iDsiector ! authorised
to rxamioa Buy risks lassu by nh of the offices.
JOfCPil YACi.X, PresX
A LEX PALL, Pre.'U
f AM M AT, Prrst
octlll-lm " JuS. NASH, Pres i.
a. a. aoiipi.
G00DE & BLACK,
ATTORHIES AT LAW,
W.B.- vm. er 3 m ,
M'Ll.AX tul.Mt, IVXA9.
ItaUCt LAIt HI I RI.Y CItlATI A
f 'V,"""Jl TtHDewlUUl 'H II .
fs-rjC' 51 draught ' o- tTCl tn
ssmr r iTiir s rm', iii.N. piac. bs i i left
Baca, Master, b- g etpresaly s ilof ibie traOo, w.lj ad
th. aiol rn ia j.rurtBci.t , wi h 'be I gbt d'aagtii uk
stB Ul and new r.ti.i,r S AVI r L P. Ml'BAkl, rsacai.
P. d im), M.iur, w 1! ruu aa reaulr Pa ktw Juring tne
eosa sg seas-m te Wrrn i:i above ports ea aX Ik'
beiLg iu prt ever) we- k. 1 Am. UtH beiag la e masaixl
of ""I and tip-rnm-al ee-nmandanla, aud with aaprir
laclii'ies fur Br timers au 1 (ri his sw icms a sk.reot pub
lic psironage. f x passant of fre.gkl .poly ea k.'aro, SW
to il. IL UaAaUdJN. Aget.1,
oc'81 a Vrwat au-ret.
SPAI.erPEOPCLaw.llbere.ralat t'ie R -corner's
i rB , ia th. cry of sh.i'tr, "oil l.. Ii a ef .avesB
bar, tH. mtnrni SU ) lboa-i d e ra of i 4. sau&b
for u ssirg lUtsi. 114 ssis be .til ara..l.ed, r
fret ofcg, nd tu be pp vol ki ike Isiai at Ike Ks
l;r W iri.cf t.'i. c i- Ti e -ama w be acuveretl at the
wood a 4 kith' ..r iv h ks, cieVd sa aeuarvrf- a I
to be iel.vrrd ..ana t". pea at M.a o.pl yiar, eodtej
ti e -k Aepecter, Is. I. k. Ii. ui.a,
et.-td t-a's. Water Works Cosaatitue.
roa HASUTI'.LE ASD SEW 0SLXASS TEAUX.
111 B.w a-uglil4raarbt rteasa-rl
iltsCkAl.o h'tsw Vb-w. I
w 11 ru i re-a .i 'y nut us- e ire
siii ( ism i-rwa. at ca-ja. swuim i ( ..a u.e ri ivt B
l.'.e t. .Bibcrisud ny.r. Mm I aa no I tol areu miiM a.
aoJ ia ii.l ei Iwrl aal swiMy U aa-n-piwl. laf
r eKbierpaaaage.apiity tu U. U. Uas1jUm1.
c i ii b a a a agt.
LASJ WAEiAXri COKT CX LOCATED.
IWlLLkyeaaailrLaa4arrwatB. I mt. also fcev aid
HijMte. i aa4 iriiMi LbimI PaktakH ssaae aawsss
lite, tn atrr at l'U.
1 asa alas) prvaarew mi keaia Laatl Warraett ba aejtar
tewsserti Mismari, aa Ike ai. af tbe u k weaieea Mt KWl
ail'4, ta euaaceliva wi'k a gebHwaaaa sst kaa kaA Ik
swtecuaa W saww Uuus esma al atirwA laad al.ag
toe bae af ibie raJ. Kt urther particaiaia, lea.a, Iu,
en.4ir Bf U BMniy4 CwU eVvat, iw tie f 4l
IN SEARCH OF SIR JOHN FRANKLIN.
JUST kECklVED BY
W. T. II F. It It V A CO,
JUST RECEIVED CDEAP EDITION7.
LIFE OF WASHINGTON
3 Tls. 1 2ua. lolls.
v. t. ici iti:v a- co.
A NKW iOVEL
BY THE AUTHOR OF
"TIE WIVt nific UOBZD."
IF. T SEM1Y A CO. have j.t receind .MI.-8 WAR.
NEK'S .NEW NOVEL, entitled
TilE HILLS Or TIIE SIUTEMC.
One volume, Kruo., overjuo ...,ts, cloth.
From fit Home JfUt-nu!, Aug. S. ti.
It !ascch a i-.eiy as ail of a, ace acd Ir jrn, many a time
throug life. We a'e charmed with the fr.shcesa and In.
dividualiiy of the suhJtcl matter; we bfcoait absorbed In
ttier.guiar and beautiful an'. kli g o' tie perM.tiHty of
each eabe, of th groop;an.i we grow f. ,run aruet a d
betlerun.ler t'te under tbe It nd y inflaei.ee se gracefully
thrown abr,u: ns by means of l'hrist:au c ansel .ad t..8.
Tbe book willeffcct , ore eocd thnn myriad .fdirect horn
Idea, and we are er.am tht it will to 1 a most Welcome
home with Ihe better ciass ol people tvtrj where.
Astieordfr'or this work is advance .t pubiication are
quite large, tho-ewho wish a u p , f the frst ,di ion
S'.ould m-uJ ear y iriers. As an rvi enceol U.e pf pu.arily
of theauihi rin ErgUnd, the Ingli h I b i.hcrs print
000 copies of the"HilNof the Sli ,ie;a ic" aa a first ed.tioot
A NEW CilAPTf R
L1RLY LIFE OF WASIILNGTOX,
y . .... "
hekoeiilsuf ins tijies.
late one of the Senaiotaof the College of Juitiee.
AUTU0R OP THK 'LlVsOr LORD JEFPIRT'
In 1 vol Iiimo, well printed.
W. T. BERR T Jk CO.. have also
THE MARTINS OF CKO MARTTN h.rb..t-i
THE WANDERER, by the tuthorof ' The WatchmaB.
nti-ta UH COLS, by Carrie ( apron.
THE HIRELING AND THE SLAVE, CHIC0RA,
uiu otaer roems, ty uiiarn J. Grayson.
S U S Ai M E 11 T O N .
Cliarlf lit utlo Mew .Nsvfl.
" It is iVcvcr too Late to Sited."
A MAT Tf R 17 I" AC T ROMANCE.
TwovjIs. unifi r: witli "Peg W rajton, and
tW The title of tlisa Romance oriifinally annnnceed aa
"POa MsxTH,"was ch.inKfd hi t'ie gullmr wh.le tii work
was in press, to tbe name it n..w bears.
Tew we apprehend, w,l be ine red lo. Impale oar asser
tion that this i. t e a -1 lorm. nil vm iuus novel which
haa till new apprared 'h-s .n-ar. Fu n . i u-ture anl tn o-t-ons
suneed sen itlerwth as nuch ;.er,s rupduy.
In th-s tale .Mr. h wide fl.oa himielf i.w,rfi. kno forci
ble as Duma in -M-nt- Ct ruto.' hi .1 an tm.wf-hant ia
C irr. ing u-. alocg with lum It ds-r.r. i..t w tl.itk ik
will hive remirr. b ll.e t l.oi:i.i d, brrai.tr i. i- i ot n trely
h w- rk oi talpt.t vo l rt li' ut I:,,-, u.-r -i ir. th.rgi f rsro
eti comic ii n -nd son etl 'iu- f gtnia- I g 1 1 lo it.- l ro
il u -i 'oil ." i ( n. on AnlLti sti.m.
Ju,t received Ly W. T. hi RUT A CO.
Napier's Peninsular War.
IP. T. SEItK 1' it l 'O. hive iu-t received
T II E HIS TO II V O r THE WAR
IN TH K I IMNM I.A
And tbe South of France from A. D. In T to lsli.
B, Maj.O.n Sir V. t. P. N ip er, K. C. B., Col. JTta
Regiment, 4c., ae.
I his edition is a re-print of tbe rr-vi-ed Knflih edi
tion, recently publishe I, ard ollta.n ail tl e author's latesl
emendntions and "jusnrtcator. pi. -ee., with
FirTY-PIK MAfS AND ILANs tig BATTI t St.
There has been al-H prepared, li.r tv.is eti:i. n, a COM
PLETE INDrX tube whole w-rk, -ant ng io all elher
editiona and the following 1 OKl'n A 1 1 beautiluily en
r.iVed in sti el:
1. NAPI'lK, (thearj'bor ) . WI'!.f.r-iTON.
. NA.Oi.Ei.iN. 4. foiLr.
8. J'E H PON A I' A R T.
Yoil should read N.pi, r'svoiunies of th.' war In Prto
f H- is al.er ji- f. llo, rq-j.) le ai y biog In PluVsrck
and, moreuver. al ng h.-a lr.', e'ever h- r.i who take! go d
iwi hef re he tires " Lft tao: Sthxy Smll.
"jr Friyl -h ' "Ucidi V., tf.r hi-ton, n o( he Prnl-isnla
Var." Wuller Sittigt lunthrr tm (rt.'n,grtj,Aft J unrt
IT T. BERR T it CO bav-siso joi -ereived
HEIELEY'S LIIE0F WASHISGTOIf l luairatea
with Ii eh'gtBt large VS uod kngravirgs, bII from erinlnal
r g"S. I vol 8 rro.
"Mr. Headlrt's di-sc-rlpt on are -r pbir hb bUtcry eor-
rec, and his smiin lug U olcbtis.-i-r sen-rely .cfl.rsby
ci.mp'triBi.B - I b ainu.ar page in Tar tu. .V T Ot i
TnATaor. inau pbeda Kileri.iii', huiH at last
flnl k ', ai.d I im bow opening n y rt k al BUe aatt
Colored C otlis, Frer.cb and kug isb t s . n trrs, kUca But
Cobre-l e-kin.. Plu.h, Velvet and bus Vrsnnca.
A complrt and s jpero stuck ofythe above gouda, which I
wih wake up le i.rae .
I hav secured ihe se. vires of Mr. W C. A b-o. a eompe
ten; cut tr and a Orst rate practical t nlee. aad ini e lbs
t'ention of .11 wauimg iluihiug f .r ib prr-ei.t and cooi
trlw WM. HP. RKY, Ut Co wast.
Teinie?A4e I'lokv Fa torf
. f"AKK I'luws of lire uiaterials ai.d in .it. wariety.
in nr o.-tiiiron and Meti Mon'd Hird rghi aa4
left hand Plows. A. W. rL l.NAM, Proprietor.
Tbb .-asur. Manager.
Bug 14 Bui
, . WHEAT.
I WANT a few ttnuu.ed t.i.r,, (, truice Wheat, fbv
1 whi-. h I ail! pay the higher! mtrkd pr.ee, delivered at
my wire house. t N HuLLI MiSWukTU,
oi t9 Corner College and Cnuseh street.
'1 'HE -uk-enbrrs bav .ut opened a very haadeoaie aa
1 sorto-eut of PL KNi.-lllNo liOO"S. comprising a grak
var ety of gloves, aoi-ptodert, necntira. e ack aad faacy
stocks, linen cambric banUkervhirlii, l imb's wool and cot
ton half lose, geuts' sha aa and aiuitera, Ae., Ae.,ail ef
which will be sotd alf air p. kts.
aeptia CI.IPT'IN A ABBOTT.
SNTDFR i fH-iir Lt. are o-.ro. - g to-day seme ebelce
wear bir the Laities eonsistiria ef
La. lies' Ttnca bo e Lui.i f loners;
M o m fiaeb Lea her " (soejething Btw
. n m ' bf "
" " Rid -
" C Dgr. Id "
Thn " L.-i,ng h. I
These goeda are very bimuoirr. Call at
kNtDkK A P!HZZXL,
octlS So lub-w e.juira.
fPNTB' rmaCali Puo.p C a o. ols,
J Ueau' rme Clf MiUh.s) "
Genu' Pius Ca 1 Duahle bo e "
" " - v,,icr proof "
- - doo'ile ante ;
0f rd Ties, "
Tnse g esls are fr. m eue of the l-est manafactoiiea la
Phi Bl'lpbia. Call at.No.'JO fub.ic uarr.
eet.li t BNT m a PRTZZKLL.
Tf TUE STOCKJof.PrP.y or ? HE
KASflYILLE AJiD C:IAlTA0OiA SAILEOAO
JUt rrove kkvlncd.car.da dividend, ef three par
1 eeat en ike cafPal a oca of i' it Co. p .uy. payable ea
and after tbe iin liecen-.ker aeil. It is r.r n 'y ni'ia- te4
Ik t sli tteekho de'S who have not reee vd cert.fieailes isr
stoea latrrgst to 1st Janaart , M, ail! bring Br seed la
their twtint-ate. ioroti.inai stock aud hare Ui- m reowa4
kefir tfcat time. ein v- (jLAT3.
Valuable lots for Sale.
WILL sa l aay all ef m Lvtt in souut amli.ie al
rt.soa.bie price a. W ill l.k. tu j aj o.nl
STATE BONDS, COUSTT BJOLEOAD lOJTCt,
ateaab alBe.er I witlriebarge them tt geed PtRW.
er I will take good paper, well aeesttcd, ea titae and Kear1a(
tnWritt. las) J. P. CLAkft.
U R base l'ia reertved frwwt New T. k a lew vervbaad
tae klate v) mum, ait true if ,eiiry thai tho B
ao base ever experieaJtd u eoai&rt ., aij Barer da
rina FolisBwd; 8ul Fira Iroaa,
lltit:.! tUN'iri. I 'Sms-.tlMti;
' cln.' Ar r.ie Imi, aitii M.r
- It I im t
Catu ScafJe e esanlly oroa eted.
rofrperCeai P-cuti, Ma, aa. eg tbe aat etrgaal
BatWiae. J kt4Cfc.NU A vtlLAu..
Y a yeans Cmmb ia a sVwt, b aa'atana w.
ko( ti eapwiiaaew sa Mrcat.ie kaaiaes- eea
Appty a tat eftce. , ecLl- 1 al.
t a. acorr. a. aaaiaa.
T.. J. SCOTT & CO.,
VTaolraaJe O extra, Coara-iaaiaa. Kaaeivuf
rOHWAIlDINO HEP. CHANTS,
till IlsUIs IX N HiPla, vtNkJi,MlJUaT,
- T-ftAtVt il-Jik&s aC.
. ' JtO. 0 IS3AD'i54T4 Jf AUTIIIX, TlS- iv