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The Fpealing Tuesday I ight
Pursuant to auiiouncenient, C. C. Crowe, Esq.,
of Giles, ond Dr. W. G. Bkownlow of Knoxvilie,
aU.-esaed our citizens at tne Court IIouso on Tues
J J ay night. Mr. Cnowic wade an bble and ilotjuent
r tlciciicu of tlie jrlneltjles and po.-ii.ion of the Anier-
tean party, and retorted with hU nccTistorned force
ad cuttiiig saicasin upon tliose Lo bate misrep
, resented and abused those principles utid tW po
c itfua. His speech abounded in beautiful eciutilU
tions of genius aud eloquence, and was listened to
throughout itii iiiiLtroken interest. .
The remarks of Dr. Browiilovr were entirely di
rected to personal matters, touching a point of ve
racity between biniee'f and Gov. Johnson and the
editor of the Union and American. Dr. D. reitera
ted all that he ha previously stated as to the abd
aive character of the remarks of Gov. Johnson at
' Knoxville soon after the election, and spoke of the
course of the Governor and the editor of the Union,
and American, in denying these etatetnents, in terms
of the severest rebuke aud ut.nieasured denuncia
tion. The crowd in attendance duriug the entire even
ing was large.
The 2tecna.iicV Fair-Articles Txhihited, Pre
miums Awarded, 4o.
' The first Annua Fair of the Mechanics In
' fititute closed on Saturduy night, after having
been the centre of attraction to citizens and
6trsnger9 for a week. The success which Las
t attended this first effort of the kind in Tennes
see, Las certainly surprised its most fangnine
advocates, and throughout Las been highly
creditaL'e to all concerned. Tj the Lady i-iin-agers
is especial praise due and freely awarded.
fur the iiuerot taken in this Fair, and the taste
. displayed in arranging and exhibiting the va
rious articles nnder their charge. v
The great numler and variety of articles ex
f liibited rendered it iinpobMUij to notice them
in detail, and the fact that we Lave made no
reference to a great number, useful and orna
mental, is no evidence t'jat we considered tliern
as wanting in merit. Our notices, too, liave
neco-'urily leen brief, while so many other
matter of interest were cl.iiining attention
itl nnr Coiiiinns.
Among the articles not heretofore noticed
by u is 'chcKiley'it Patent lit friirr ifor, exhib
ited by Mr. Thomas I). Marshall, of this city,
an article of great value to hou-e -keeper. Its
superiority consists in its being arranged so as
to secure a constant current of cool, dry air,
and to nvoid the continual dampness, produ
cing must and mould, w hich has hilherto been
a serious objection to all these inventions for
tLe pie-nervation of meats and butter and other
edible, which are liable to tell their age if Dot
properly cared for in warm weather. Iu this
patent, all this dampness and mustine-s and
inouldiness are completely excluded.
Messrs. Weatherford ii tVutson1of the Port
Royal Mills, in Montgomery county, had on ex
hibition a barrel of flour as a Fpeui.uen of their
manufacture. It is the barrel to which was
awarded the premium by the State Agricultu
ral Fair. We heard excellent judges pronounce
it as fine an article iu every respect as lias ever
been brought to this market, and that is giving
It a character of which to boast.
We noticed some specimens of architectural
drawings, executed by Mr. II. M. Akeroyd, an
architect of this city, with a pen, which were i
eqnal to any lithographs we ever saw. We are
informed that Mr. Akeroyd is an architect of
a high order of merit, and his drawings cer
tainly go far to sutaiu this estimate of Lis pro
Of daguerreotypes, secimens wero exhibi
ted by Messrs. Hughes Bros, and C. C. Giers,
and of photographs by the former gentlemen.
These were highly finished specimens, and
ench as may be procured at the establishments
of the exhibitors.
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KJl CI a ous, sje linens ei e iiuii'n l
Misses Mary and Jnlit t Van Wyrk, and Mr.
Tiobert Gschwindt ; all highly creditable pro
ductions. ,- , .- .: l.i. 1 1 I
e nave nertioiore ineiniont u mo 14: gu col
lection of Tennessee mineral exhibited by
Frof. S.tli'ord, our State Geologist, l'his collec
tion is undoubtedly the largest and int com
plete in the State, as it embraces, we believe,
specimens of all the minerals that Irive yet
been found in Tennessee. An inspection of
Prt-f. SatTord's collection will satisfy any man .
that Tennessee stands first in the variety fnd ,
abundance of l.cr minerals. Upon Prof. Saf-1
. ,. ,, .. , ii i i
ford -table we noticed speenner 8 of gold, lead,
copper, zinc, the various iron ores Pvpum,
alum, epsom 6<s. bulpLur. Quartz. Ldraulic
iniestone, variecated marble, green sand,
chr ratals, shells, ic. Tho variety is too great
to be enumerated Lore, but tlio-o already men
tioned will sati-fy the most incredulous as t
the richne of Tennessee in mineral.
W arc informed that Prof. S.ilford has made
a large collection of specimens of Tennessee
minerals with which he is willii g to part for !
tho Use of the State. We do not know of tn ;
object for whic an appropriation could l e i
more properly made by the L( gi-lature, than
fr be purchase of this collection. The ieci-1
nuns ought to bo secured by the St.aic, ihut
every one who viia the Cipitol may s(-t the
evidences that Tennessee abound- in a en at va
riety of rich and valuable miueials. No State
ia the Ui.ioii can Imast tf as great a variety of
raluiib'e mineiuls as Tennessee, and the rtqxirt
which will bo submitted to the pieent Legis
Itture by Prof. S.iff'rd, a the Geologist of
the State, w ill probably throw more light 0kii
this interesting tul jeet, than any pretious re
port. Mark R. Cockrill, Eq., exhibited ppecimecs
of o lto and wool, (the raw material.) with
th inquiry ; " Which U it the iutert-st of Ten-iu-sce
to raise f" Wo should anwer, L tb.
It i" a conceded fact that Tciiiiee pa'tica-
larly the Ea-tern and mountainous jrtion, is
jnfoliiirly adipttd to sheep raising, while the
1 LldLt -ritl We-tern portion proilucc Cue cot
iluJKiu Lhpei-J". - - . -
rear, therefore, be U:ale to prof per Iiai'Tnonions
ly in this State. Instead of the inquiry pro
prnnded by iTr. Cockrill, we should have (? Rein
ed more pertinent: "Slnll these staples be man
ufictored in or out of Tennessee !" Why may
not Tennessee become a great manufacturing
SUte ? She is rapidly augmenting her outlets
a. .1. ? a I JI MV..a.:.
.wuieum-keujoi me county, 'UL
wanting to mate ours a manuiactunng state,
is men 01 energy and capital to take doig ana
push things through. We already have a
number of manufactories that turn out cottou
and wooleu fabrics equal in texture and finish
to the products of tiinilar establishments in
other States. , . . i
.It is stated that, taere are . cow. ia Georgia
between fifty and 'sixty cotton factories, con
ducted in the most fckillful and successful man
ner, with all the appliances in the way of ma
chinery that can bo found in the'samo khul
oj establishments in 2ve' Euglaud,- It tltej,
progress which the people of Georgia have
made in building up these and similar indu$-
'trial enterprises that Las secured , for fchat
fifstfl tl. nrn.,.1 fit! of t!. Ertmrt State if
the South. What doe Tennessee lack to rival
Georgia in tho-e features wLidi constitute a
great State? Only men of energy who will
apply their capital to the building op of man
The Fair Las proved Lighly creditable to fill
concerned, and a source of great interest to
the large crowds of ladies and gentlemen that
thronged the halls of exhibition both day and
night. It was a source of no little pride and
gratification to witness there the display of the
ingenuity and skill of Tennessee's -own me
chanics and of her fair daughters." In this re
spect, Tennessee will unquestionably take high
rank among her sister States. ' '1
We publish tho award of premiums and. di
Dloinas as far as the same Las teen furnkhod us.
ArroiNT.va.NT. President Pierce Las ap
pointed the lion. Georga W. Hopkins, of Vir
ginia, Chief Justice of the Circuit Court of the
District of Columbia, to fill the vacant occa
sioned by tho death of Judge Cranch. Mr.
Hopkins was formerly a member of Congress
from the district adjoining the Eastern portion
of this State, an l was subsequently Charge
d'Affiireslo Portugal under Mr. Polk's ad
ministration, in neither of which positions did
he ncq'iire any distinction, except that of be
ing a " forcibly feeble " statesman. He is at
present a Judge of the Circuit 'Court compos
ed of a portion of his oil Congressional district,
a fact that is scarcely known oatside'of his
circuit, so little legal or even mental ability
does he bring to his aid in tho discharge of the
duties devolving upon Lira. The man:Io of
Judge Cranch has fallen npon one poorly qual
ified to adorn the bench as did tLe veneiuMe
Judge. But such appointments are in perfect
keeping with the character of the present Ad
ministration. Tne Xatio)til Iiitelli'jencer, in publishing
this appointment, remarks :
The announcement of this fact, however accept
able the appointment may eventually prove, has
excited no little surprise in this community, among
whom the selection of a resi lent of the District had
been regarded as a tiling of course the only pos
s ibility, indeed, that had been contemplated by
many of in cm.
u Wait foii ths Wagon." The Murfrees
boro' Xeiri publishes in its editorial columns a
report of there-election of the Hon. David B.
At chimin aj Senator from Missouri, and exult
ingly exclaims: "Democracy has triumphed!''
This is a very happy delusiou under which the
editor of the Xeici is laboring, and it is a pity
to dispel it, but the Legislature of Missouri
has not yet assembled, tho body that re-elected
Mr. Atchison being simply a moot Legisla
ture. Awards of the Premiums of the Mechanic'
FIRST AKSUAL IXU1IUT10N OCTOBKR, 1835.
Class No. 1. Haw Cotton, Woul, Hemp, Bajg'wrj,
Rope and Cordage.
Mark R Cockrill, Saxony Wool, Diploma.
P W Baugh, Williamson Co., Rope and Bagjing,
Class No. 2. 7lW, Cigar, and ilannfaeturtd
Blooimteiu & Markoweia, Cigars of Tennessee To
W Meredith, Tennessee Manufactured Tobacco.
Lyons i Co., Virginia, do do do
Class No. 3. Tig Mctid, Bloom, Bar and Sheet
Iron, Hollo Ware and Casting.
Brien, Led!etter k Co., Pi Iron, Diploma.
j 'Andrew Anderson, Coal Stoves, Ornamentul Railing
and Casting, Diploma.
Snow, Mackenzie Si Co , Imitation Rusiaii Iron,
(Woods k Bio., Phil.) Hou'l Mention.
Class No. 4. Cotton, Linnen and Woolen 67ixx..
Aa Faulkner, Central Factory, Warreu Co., Cotton
Sumner Mills, by Morgsu Si Co. Agnt, Onahurgs,
Linseya and J-ans, 2nd CUs Diploma.
Thompson i Claitorue, Frauklia, Ter.u., Osuaburgs,
Bagging an 1 Twilldd Sacking, Diploma.
Class No. 5. 5'r.iir Good and Millinery, Xttin,Jt
Knitting an I Crotchet Wotl, llWif ad S,'tJc
J-'mbrmdry, Seedl Wurk. Ladle an-l Jnj'anCt
Clothing,' Laditi Fancy Work.
Miss Femiug, Nashville, Milliuery and Bonnets,
Mrs Ee kwith, do do d do
Mrs Crooker, do do do
2nd Claaa Diploma.
Mr ThomMt do dj da
Mrs W K K-'-nt, Columbii, Teun., Faucy Netting,
Knitting and Lce oik, Si.verCup.
Mrs SDV Stout. Nashville, Fancy Knitting and j
Silver Butter Kuifo,
MLs Amanda M or gin,
Mm Martha Forest, do Kuiuing Needle Work,
Plain Sewing, Silver Butter Knife.
Mr It U McE eu, da Worsted Knitting,
Mrs David, Nashville, Eaibroid-ry,
Silver Card Basket. 1
Miss E Manning, St. Louis, Crotchet Uurlc,
Misi Letitia Cowan, Shelbyvil!, E r.bronl.-ry and
Lace Woi k, ri1 Bafket.
Mis Anna K I-ar, Gotehet Woik, Gold Ring.
Mi-s Margaret Greig, Nashville, Worked Work,
Silver Card Basket,
Mi Anna D Greig, do
MU F A Collins. Co'ombia. Worsted V otk,
Alias U Ncumeier, F. Academy, Embroidery,
Mia Palmer Thomas, Nashville, Embroidery,
Silver F Knifa.
Mrs P II Mitchell, Naahville, Choneillo Em'roiJery,
1 oi U Uoonae.
Miaa Martha ShepherJ, Lace Work, Gold Ring.
Mrs J C Whittiugtaxv, Naaiivilla, Lace Work,
Mrs E N Basi-eU, Naah villa, French NeeJ! Work,
Mrs A E B'gnon, Aoguta, Ga., French XeeJlc
Work, Gold Ring.
Mrs Jaue G Carrrj, N-hviIle, Enihroidery anJ la.
fant'a Clothing, Pair of Siler Slt Cellara.
Vfr Jane F King, WiHiamtoa Co , Jaconet Emttroi P
ery, Silver Cream La 11a.
Mrs John A Fuher, Nashviile, InfaDt'a Clothing,
"V S.ler Cream Ladle,
ilr J C T",vNhvl, Embniidery and Infant'
" - - -Silver Nackiu Rioe..
'Mrs. J. II. Dclahav, Nashville, Netting,
Set Silver Tea spoons.
Hiss Lizza Woods, Nashville, Leather Work and
. Flowers. : Silver Cup.
Protestant Orphan, Asylum, Xashviilo, Plain Sew
. jpj 1 " J Barrel Flour.
i!usT. J. Wadley, Jroorc-Bville, Artificial Flowers,
Silver Cream Ladle.
Miis Helen A. Thompson, Nashville, Down Muff,
-ifas TTarrfat Biittian," KuAerford Co., Fancy Box
..,,1 Feathp- Brushes. S.lver Cream Ladle.
Miss E. C. LHlQon. Sumner Co., Pea-Fowl Brush,
. - - .J- ' ' ' ' Gold Ring.
Miss C. Crozier, Clarksville, Embroidered Chair,
k --- Silver Bouqaet Holder.
Mrs. XI. Blair, Rutherford Co.', Tea-Fowl Brushes
an I Fan " .- Silver Butter Knife.
Class. No. 6 Q'tiltn and Counterpane, Ac j
Mrs. M. S. Pileber, Nashville, &!k Quilt, ".
" --"v ' Silver Fruit Knife.
Miss. M. L. Scovel, Nashville, lluit Quilt
' ' ' ' -'- ' Gold Ring.
Mrs. A. A: na!l,Vauvfliei Patch-work Quilt,
-,: -i. ; . ;:'.- i ..;:. Silver Fruit Knife.
Mrs! J.?. Pattoit, NashvUTe, Needle-work Counter
' ' naue-.:" " ; ' Tort Jlonie.
Mrr David Rankin, Jasper, Marseilles Quilt,
Pair Butter Knives.
xirs?D".d R. ttoJUns. Chattanooga, Marseilles Quilt
-.. , Silver Cup.
. j was o. i.-y, r, ...
i Mrs. E. II. Greer. Liucolu County, Carpet,
Eml Utass Diplomas.
Class No 8. Jau and Doyi? Clothing.
Thouia, Nashville, Suit ilea's Clothes, Diploma.
conclcdkd to morrow.
. Tennessee Conference.
October 10,. 1855.
The 44th session of this Conference assembled
to-day, at the Cumberland Presbyterian church, iii
this city, at 9 o'clock, a. m. Bishops Soule and
KavNDaugh in attendance.
Rev. W. C Johnson was elected Secretary, aud
Rev. F. S. Pelway Assistant.
Conference fixed tha hour of 9 o'clock, a. m., as
the time of meeting; aud half past 12 o'clock, as
the hour of adjournment. -. .. i. ,
The Presiding Elder of the Nashville District,
and the preachers hi charge'of the several stations
in the city, were constituted a committee on Public
A committee was appointed to nominate the
Btanding committees, who retired to preparo their
report.. During their absence, most ol the time
was spent, by a resolution of tho Conference, in
devotional exercises. In addition to 6inping and
prayer, Rev. A. R, Erwiu, pastor of the McKeudiee
charge, addressed the preachers, urging thpm to
labor tor tho salvation of souls while they remain ia
the city, lie was followed by BLshop Soule iu some
spiritixi and useful remarks, during which the nom
inating committee returned, and made the fulhwing
report. , ' . ,. : ,
' ; ' " COMXTTTKFS. ' ' !
Ori EtlucaiionH. M. Ilenkle, J. B West, G. D.
Taylor, 'I'. Vf Rimlle and J. r. Allen. :
Oii Book cnid I'trUxlicals 11. II. Rivers, S. D.
Baldwin, and ri. I. V bitten. - - : i J
On HiijH J. B. JleFerrin, William Doss, and
M. Cla.k. .' ' ,
,. On Sunday School G. W. Martin, W. Mooccy,
J. Viluer, A. II. Alsup, and J. li. Harwell.
On the bible Cause 1. C. B rvan, J. E. White,
Onthe Trxxrt Came S. D. Baldwin, S. S. Moody,
and J. B. Stevenson. "'
On Jlissh'isE. C. Slater and J. 0. Church.
Reports iioin the Trustees of Uunuer High School
and Irom the Book ATiis, Stevenson and Owen,
wer read, and referred to appropriate committees.
The following priaclieis, having traveled one
year, were continued on trial, li. 41. Bayard, W
M. Shaw, and J B. Anderson. W. B. 0en was
granted a discontinuance, at Lis own request, iu
i c msequenee of ill health. J. J. Pitts was contin
j ned on trial. Conference adjourned till to-morrow
at V o clock, a. in. . w.
Th Crops ia Europe Price of Breadstuff-
The price of Breadstuff's in Europe, present and
prospective, is a matter of great interest at this
time in this country. The foreign commercial
journals comment with an earnestness which shows
their appreciation of the high importance of the
subject, upon the confessed shortuess of the Euro
The Mark Lane Express admits as the conclusion
it is obliged to come to, from all its sources of in
formation, that there will certainly be nothing to
spare; but rather that a large vacuum will be re
quired to ba filled up by foreign importations, es
pecially of " wheat. The fall of Sebastopol, it fears,
will not be likely to form a prelude to pacific nego
tiations with Russia; but the pride of that power
may make a trustworthy and honorable treaty dilli
cult and distant, and the large supplies needed by
the occupation of the Allies, will prevent a ready
and free shipment of the stores at hand. The Lou
don Economist says that there can be little doubt
that, so far as regards tho different countries iu Eu
rope, the wheat crop has not realised the expecta
tions formed of it two mouths ago, aud that, as a
whole, it is far from being equal to the crop of 185 1.
On the other hand, the deficiency, taken by itself it
thinks, is not such as at first sight would appear to
justify the rapid and consiJ'erablo rise of prices
which had recently taken place in the markets of
Paris and London, and, sympathising with them, in
tho inferior and local markets of the west of Eu
rope. It has become an established fact, that, notwith
standing the greatly increase! production of wheat
iu Great Britain, the consumption has increased in
a so much greater ratio, that the United Kingdom
dues not produce in any yrar enough for its otrn
consumption. Ten yeais ago it wa3 ouly iu years
of failure, that foreign corn came iu aid of home
deficiency. Now, the consumption being so much
increased as to require every year some foreign corn,
the price of that grown ia Great Britain is deter
mined not alone by the character of the home
crops, but in a great degree by the extent of the
Of the crop of the preseut year, t'ae London
Economist says :
" With regard to the crop of thn present year,
whatever may have been anticipated at one time, it
is uow, we tear, fully admitted on all hands, and
with too much truth, to fail short of that of Last
year, aud in some districts very considerably short.
On the whole, even taking into account the uut
f-"rable dLuicta, it U no longer doubted that the
i win iiarTrait as wtriuw iu average. i uiuie
pricea must therefore depend upon the extent of
the supplies which we receive from abroad. If they
are not greater than those which we have received
during the last twelve months, we must look for
the present price being at least maintained. Ia this
respect, so tar as regards the continent of Europe,
e must be prepircd rather to expect a doereasa
in lhe 'raPoru tll" increase. Ia France the
wheat crop is more deficient than it is In thl coun
try, an the consumption has relatively iuorcased
aa niucti at late years, la place, then, of anv aur
plus to export, the French are at this time import
ers of win at, and will continue to be aoall the year.
The countries bordering oo tha Medilarraneau have
fur mny yearpt derived Urge auppliea from the
Rns!an ports ou the B'iek Sea. 1 hey dperid.td
on that source long nelore it waa resorted to bv
England or France. This supply has bfeu cut off
for a great part of last year, and is lik. ly to be so
fr some time to come. nose countries are, mere
luce, likely to be importers from the Went, rather
than exporters. The crops tit tne south I Uusaia,
if, uuder the preseut circumtances, they can exert
any intltieuce at all, axe eiircmeiy ueiecuve, espe
cially of rye and oats. Iu Austria, a goverenment
return just published, sUtes that the grain crop
are an average, and no apprenensioa is cnierianieu
of a deficiency. Ia oerthern Germany, however,
tha crops of all kinds are lessor mors deficient, and
the are already importing grain both from neigh,
boring couutnes ia Europe aiid from the United
Slat. Ia Belgian) the wheat crop is represented
at being pood, but the rye crop, which constitutes
th chief food of the population, fat very abort.
plu Is tha only country in Europe which seem
to Lave ao excrrs of grain available for exportation
the greatest portiiMt of which will ba taken by
Fiance aud the Mediterranean Slates."
From this gloomy view of the crop prospects of
Patron, the Economist tarns to America at thei
source from whence the chief supply to make up
the deficiency will have to be drawn, and thinks
the accounts received from here, if not greatly ex
aggerated, trs well qualified to modify aaxiety.
" , TESKESSEE LEGISLATORS. ' ;
Wednesday, Oct. 10.
Mr. Rodg'TS, from, the Judiciary Committee, re
nnril iii fwnr of S.'.iiata Bill to reDe-al sec 3 of the
act of 1S53, chap. 72, and on his motion, tho bill : the week embrace 2,250 bags good fair to prime
waa laid -nou the table., , , j Rio at lliillf cts., 1.100 bagsdim.ig-d and rejec-
Mri Carter, from the Committee onVoiat Rules, ted do. at lOalOJ cts., and 6,000 bags R:o on pri-
made a report whlih was adopted. - vate terms. We quota to day fair to good fair Rio
Mr. Bowles introduced a bill to increase the ji- j at Hall Jets., and good to prims do. at llilli
risdiction of Circuit Courts virtually abolishing j cts. There is no Lagnavra or Java Coffee in mar
Chancery Courts ; passed 1st reading. i ket. We h.-ur that 6,000 bags Rio Coffee, the car
Mr. Ballew introduced a resolution instructing go of the Anu-Iia was sold yesterday in New York
our Seuators and requesting our Representatives iu to a speculator, but the terms were not nude pub
Congress to eo for a national Homestead, i lie. The imports this week are 5,150 bag9 per
fc .... it -t tin n I. i 1. i 4 -nrv u i i. i" : a ha . v.AAn
Mr Johnson a Dill allowing me lilies vrei-K
Turnpike Company to remove their secoud gate a
half mile nearer to the city ; passed 1st reading, i
Mr. Turney, a bill to amend the Charter of the
Bank of Tennessee providing for the election of
Directors of the Mother Bank by the Legislature ;
passed 1st reading.
Mr. Meek?, a bill to incorporate the Institute of
Purdv, McNairy county; passed 1st reading.
Mr. Whilthome, a bill to amend the Free Bauk
ingLaw; passed 1st reading aud ordered to be
. A resolution allowing members of tue Senate four
dni!v papers was adopted.
Mr. Turney, a bill for the benefit of f . mes covert.
Several Senat; Bills passed 2nd reading.
On motion of Mr. Fletcher, a StauJing Commit
tee was ordered on Piivate Corporations, and the
Chair appoiutod Messrs. Fletcher, Carter, Johnson,
Turney and Steele, such committee.
Senate adjourned to 21 P. M.
The Senate concurred in House resolution, ap
pointing a committee to take charge of the State
Library and the Chair appointed Messrs. Turney
aud Brown on the part of the Senate.'
Mr. Head introduced a resolution providing that
the Senate adj mm on Saturday until Wednesday,
to attend the Division Fair at Gullatlti. The rule
i was suspended, and the resolution comiug up for
action, it was laid upon the table.
Mr. Bowles introduced a bill to regulate the per
; diem of members of the General Assembly, pro
viding that they shall not be paid when absent more
than one day, unless detained by sickness. Passed
. 1st reading. . . ' . .
.- Thn resolution to elect a Public Printer on th
16th, was t'ikeu up and amended to tiie 25th, and
a lopted. '
Mr. Rodgers introduced a bill torepeal the act pass
eJ 23d Jan lb!8, ch. 90, entitled an act to tax and
regulate tippling houses. Passed 1st reading.
.Aejourued 10 10 A. it. ,
. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Wednksiat, Oct. 10.
Prayer by Rev. John Rains.
Mr. Ilatton, from tho Joint Select Committee on
Rules, reported rules for the government of the
intercourse of the two Houses, which were read,
amended and adopted.
' Mr. Cox presented the Biennial Report of fie
Treasurer of the State. It was laid ou the table
and ordered to be printed.
Mr. Burch proposed to amend the rules of the
noue by adding the following:
" Upon the adjournment of the House, every
member shall stand in his place U'ltil the Speaker
shall have passed without the bar cl the House."
This amendment was rej-.rctert.
Mr. Cavitt offered a resolution authorizing the
Principal Cleik to prepare a Calendar of Business
weekly for the House; adopted.
. Mr. B ien introduced a bill to reduce the terms
of the Circcit Court to to annually; passed 1st
reading and leferred to Jolh iary Committee.
Mr.Hlonelson olb-red a joint resolution accepting
an invitation to the Legislature toatu-nd on Monday,
15th inst; the Mil lie Division and Sumner county
Fairs at Gallatin, and adjourning the Gi-neral As
sembly over from Saturday evening next to Tuesday
morning ;' rejected. '
Mr. Dunnington offered a resolution providing for
the appointment of a committee of four members
from each grand division of the State, to attend said
Mr. Cooke introduced a bill to amend the act of
1S35, chap. 6, sec. 8; passed 1st reading.
Mr. Tipton, a bill to repeal the proviso to the act
of loth February, 1S54, chap. 105; passed 1st
Mr. Maseng lie, a bill to amend the School Laws ;
passed 1st reading aud referred to Committee on
Mr. Davis, a bill in relation to Tobacco Inspectors ;
passed 1st reading.
Mr. Hirris, a bill to repeal certain portions of the
act of 1843-4, chap. 294; passed 1st reading und
referred to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Tipton, a bill to give Presley Carden further
time to complete his turnpike road in Carter county;
passed 1st reading aud referred to Committee on
M. White, a bill to incorporate the Knoxville
Building and Loan Association Company ; passed
1st reading. -
Mr. Wood, of Cannon, a bill providing for the
election of Tax Collectors by the people ; passed
Mr. Thomas, a bill to incorporate the the Clislean
Society of the Baptist Female College of Browns
ville; passed 1st reading.
Mr. Stovall, a bill to repeal tho act declaring the
North Fork of Obion River navigable ; passed, and
eferred to Committee on Internal Improvement.
Mr. Meek, a biil to prescribe the duties of Mnais
trates and their compeosation ; passed 1st reading
and referred to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Uulmes' resolution touchins the printing of
bills for the House was taken up and adopted.
Thb House then took recess for dinner.
Mr. Snodgrass introduced a bill to repeal the first
three sections of an act passed Feb. 20. 1854, en
titled an act to prescribe the duties of Registers and
for other purposes; passed 1st reading.
Mr. Brien, from the Committee on the Judiciary,
reported the bill to repeal the 7th section of the act
of 13-i4, chap. S20, and recommended its passage
ou second reading; concurred in.
He also reported the bill for tht hem fit of Ad
ininistrator aud Guardians, and recommended its
rejection ; report coucurred in, and bill indefinitely
Ho alo reported the bill to reduce the foes of Co.
Court Clerks, aud recommended a bill in lieu ;
report concurred in, substitute adopted, and pasted
on 2nd reading. "
He al-o reported the bill to repeal the act of 1S5I,
chap. 49, und recommended its rejection ; the bill
was withdrawn for amendment, and the report laid
ou the table.
Mr. Wood, of Hardeman, introduced a bill to
amend the act entitled an set to enable all persons
charged with the assets of an estate, to have the
evidences of payment by them perpetuated, is.;
passed 1st revaling. .
Mr. Wallace, a bill to change the name of Samp
son Stewart; passed 1st reading
Mr. Kenney, a bill to incorporate the Methodi-t
Church at Carter's Siatiqu Camp Giouud; passed
Mr. Dunnington offered a resolution requiring the
State Librarian to ariange at ooea the Slate Library
in accordance with the aet of lh&4-5, Ac ; adopted.
Mr. Whiteside introduced a bill regulating the
appointment of Attorney s General pro tan ; passed
Bill on their third readina were then taken od.
The bill to incorporate the Broyle'a and Uersham
BriilgS ComoanV passed.
The bill to regulate subscriptions to Railroad
stock ie. the counties of Haywood, Gibson and
Henry, waa read, and
Sir. Holmes moved to amend it by strikin out a
'majority of all the voter of the county," ao as to
require a majority of thosa voting ouly, to author-
la county courts to levy rail road tiles.
This amendment L'iri riaa to a debate between
u ti. i iu. - ... i fi..ii. .u.. .:n ... i I
. . . ... . , , ' . .,''
ainr.i'unem were taia ou tno taoie, on munuuoi ine
Tha biil to change the tim 4 holding tlie Cir
cnir Courts of Hancock ai:d Hawkins, psd.
The till to give further time to perfect land titles,
pa sd oo second reading. .
The bill to repeal the ire banking law, pis-ed
on 2 J reading, acd was referrr J totho Committee
The bill to authorize an interchange of JuJges
a&u ChanorUors parted 21 reading
Mr. FieUer introduevd a bill to clear out tha
drh'tin tlie mouth of Fotked Deer Eivsr, Tauerd
The bdl for the lcnel of G.'W. Turk and others,
passed on Si reading:
Th Hmi ihn ilinnre.a.i in 1 fl 4i. LvrV A f
to monew. 1
Tas Coffe Markets.
' i , Baltihorb, Oct. 5. P. M.
? Daring the early parto'the week there was very
littlo done in CoCee, but within the last two or
three days some large transactions have taken place,
the sales of the week foot up nearly 10,000 bas
For the bulk of; the 'sales this week the' terms
kave r.ot beo mado public but it is generally
understood that the figures arc about i of a cent
lower than th-i rates of last week. The sales of
uars vora, uu?i per war lAJUiiei, i,w-ic "ngi
p'T oars ju9uu, o,oju oa.i per oars rrauei i at
ridge and 3,100 bigs per bark Antelope, all from
Rio do Janeiro total 20.763 bigs.
New York Oct. 3. P. M.
There has been a speculative feeling during the
pat week, and two cargoes have been taken at full
pric;; there i however but little demand from t'ae
trade. Sale 1 -1500 bags Rio at ll jalljc. 700
basts Maraeaibo at 10Aal2c; 300 bags Laguayra at
111c; 10 10 bags Java at He; 700 mats Java at
HjaHJi. , . .
Nkw Orleans, Oct V. M.
. Cuffte is in better demand, and 1,025 bas wero
sold to d.f, as folk w-: 50 or dinary at lvj; 575
at 10 J, and 400 at 11 cents per pound.
A;i;i.rin nu: vrui:.
The ManaT announces wi'h j!eanre the ensnsrement
of Mr. LrbOuGK v. JAM IsON, the eminent American Tra
g'Uian, an'l l.OL'ISK KKf.DKil, who iU appear in Bulwer'a
great play cf UlClllXU.U.
Ttinri.iav Kviuiing, Oct.. 11, will be acted the play of
RICH; J.iKL'. Kickelieu, Mr. ii.- W, Jamison: juiie tie
MorUia-jr, LouUe )te4r. - .'" '
To conclude i;a Hie new farce.for the 2d Vnia, &r TltY
1NU IT UN. .. ; . . ; , , VClll
AN ERE0R COBEECTED. - t
ItEA that it la reported in the city tha. the'e Is Bo
1 E lep siieii here tur:il' ai d the report ia believed
by manv. 1 have. pljntifut itipi.lyj ho5h at tny I'e;ot, N-.
4 on tiliwry utr et-t, t divw s a'xxre th iiittil!l -e, rd
at U Jin in mv leu !i u uijiu lee ttian I exjwet to he 'ible
to sell durine tlie season.' ' THOMAS BATTE.
octll iwa -.; ! , '
PGR ST. LOSIS.
P.uft-B-r ra Att A
1 ?tLl(C WKST,
3. K. Ciho rrr, jiw-clw I
Mister, w!l leave fa- tUe abur n"aSjj .4i
all iiiterniedlaie ports on FI.IUAY, l.;h i: St., at 4 oVkca
P. M.- Kir ireight or paax ;e apply on board or tj
ooUt-lt A. UAMlLTv-', Agent.
ST. LGCIS & :fA5HVILL"S REGULAR PACKETS.
CO.vi t UllT.
AI.EOMA, SAI.UE WtlT,
JiMKS Millkr, M:iter. J. '. Coaairt, i tc er.
' I ,IIK (iSnve ?teimer! will mn iTjruIarly in Mia St. Ia,ui-i
1 and Nafhvit'etraih a-ing the en. Tnelr aerom
mod.ilinns for pa-evtii cm ure equal to any tea;ubonta on
the t'unilierland river, and their refpeiitivv ofllceri will d
all in their power to udd to the Comtort of pt-or t ravelin f
with 'hem. A. HAMILTON,
oc.ll- 6m ' A)rent.
a v.x i: j.
tT7"E are uti.ler way ag iiu, i.nd will be pleased to serve
V curfiicnis iu any thum they may want In the rur-
OtiOOMfd, NASCt A CO.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND C1NCISNATL
!!E tine tow water steamboat R. S " ft
t'OIll!, L. N. BrHKHa 11. ., win tsrjW'Se.-r I
ieav foriiie ubt e p irla no aA ILK iTi-m aJTa
DAV, (the lata iu.1.0 at 0 u' . ioc I'. M. For lrriulit or pas
::.... i Kr if rriTMiv )
READ AND BE WISE.
BE it known tn tha cit iens of Nashville, and Hie ba'snce
of the llumiu F.uuily, 'llat I, J. KLOWKtlS, No. 4t Un
ion sheet, have jat received a fiue Vssor'meijt of ih
titclc known lo, opticians a the "Catieave Tnuirex"
ti lenses lietter known ia ths community tn HltAZILI AN
PLljbLto. made Irani Itr:ui'ian .Saud, Kh.cli I am wum.g to
sell at reasi nab'.e pr cea, i fo'lusrs :
G 'Id k rauie, Sii'ie Templet .....f'2 00
" " ,ii?le " ..... 10 I'd
Coin Fine Silver Frames, Slide Temple S 0
" , Sinjfl " - 2 6 1
An to seta-ting Fpectacles, I prois to know all atxmt It,
having paid particular attention to that brunch of the bu
siness for the laat twenty year. J. FLOW Kits,
octlS tf - No 41 Union Nohville.
$20 0 REWARD !
ON Tu 'sday evenlnR, at Oild Fellows' TTnll In Nashnlle,
du.injr. 'he exhibition of the Me;hanica! Pair, a small
dark Pocket Bi"'k, with a atcel cla p, was stolen from n.y
P'.'ciet. It containei 1'1? in Bank Notes, some receiptx, and
three or four blank bills of Kxchauire, signed by myself and
endorsed by Dr. Ji lin Waters. Also, three or four bUnk
piomii-"ry notes, sij;ned by mvself and endorsed by Pr.
John Waters. These IMIsand notes are printed frms, with
dat--s, nmoautf, Ac, blank ; they are the only bills or rotes
Ufincd by mye!f and endorsed by him, which are In exis
tence. The boye reward will be pni.1 for the return of the B.IIa
and Not.-, or such. ii.ro-aalion will lead tn their rocir.
ment prcpoi tional reward Jor the icturu f uof f them.
AM per-ums are noticed n t to trade or neg'ntata fur such
liills or Notes, as they will not be paid.
oct5 W1LL0. WILLT.VitS
CASH FOR- lTllEit.
I TTE nre nrfiir..(i . iihv Ihe II I G 11 KST
i V Pi:l'K f..r Wheal and Corn, at the
ville City Miil, and riire ll the heut Orowers to s-ve Uf
a cut ccfore relln.(r elsewhere. Likewise we sl a'l be pr e
pared to exchange Fiour for W heal on such terms a w ill
be sHtiU. tory. G. MA i MONO A CO.
jtf N. B. We will pay 10 per cent a'Hve the market
Vrice for Wheat cleaix'a through
CHILD'S GRAIN SEPARATORS.
Jell wati-wtf G. II. CO.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OFFICE North-Wei-t corner of the Public ?iuare, over
Dyer Pearl's Kxchaniie Offife They will take riks on
Dwellings and other Mu?e, (londs In Hiwe, asainrt or
Damage by Fire. AUo, Marine and Kirir h.il trdj, from
aud to all porta.
Aio-I,'egroos against the Dangers of the Rivtr.
jnnf m. mix.
r. A. OWFV,
J OIKS COKKKV,
O M FUO'i.
JAMtS r.l.l I,
N. K. Ai.UOAV,
it. U. GAltllNLK,
Jiii:ril VAVI.X, I'rvs'f.
A. W. BLTI.ER, Beere'ary o t4 tt
KNTS PI-.onirress Oaltert;
do Calf " "
B v and Youth' Patent ItatLer inj Ca!f Cotu.-ref C. liters
received to-i.ay. JOHV U.VMAGK,
OC.4 42 lT!e)r treet .
H0ZIERY, CLOVES, Ac
JUsT received a tanre stock of White, Bmww trel ncy
colored Cotton, Silk and Lisle Thiead, J llo-e and t.luvet
CLIFI'ON A Al l! nr.
p?9 So. 1.1 Ortr Tet.
I IKsX 100 bundle! Sheet Ion, rrceiv-
O rd and for by
1). I). 11CKKV,
No 5 OjI'ct srrret.
I'l. Ir.t;r TIIirUMS-andlAt: Steal
;.'JT Tire, just received aud tor a"e by
U V. i-'lVBtl,
sep2l N. Mol.tge street.
a m itr. ci ni: i on ci.icnts
MY M'ife, lat ieg lniored under iae on er breat for
some tune, and hivii s; liied d.if.ri nt treaioient, 1
eooclna.a l.i undertake it iiiVKlf. ami in Irn than thief
months I effected cw.epk-te core; aKhooxh she lad beeo
ivea up by her friend aabeius bryond the re--h of any
cure. s'ie ha lor li.a la-t year etj yed bettei hen (h than
lie had (or manv vesm previoos. aud has since s.ven birth
to a nn erhid. wiid-a h nunsea Kerwir. I bat imi
f treated sevetal other Caaea, and bar n.et w.'ib Lie same
t ""MT-Vatmrnt U not in n-ira of th Kn. Ca-wtic. cr
M-r-ury, but It .urei ryrt .h . I also pri.fr to cure
oilier ilieea. sue b a Female L'Mases and I leers, pro
Ola, llks, and all d Hixi originating in like manner. AH
I ak of penon U'.ct,d with any of the above named
dteae, i I" ir tae UaaL Witeew Uxra I B cur
tti re shall b a charje. I'uMber tutiiriaatien can be ob
amed by caning a ate, r by leUar, at No. lit North l ir
ket street. JONATHAN TllL'M
ri:n i v?t i.u v.
up;.ly of Perfumery, con'btiri; ef
UH 4 Kttrseis. Aieist, UvseSsf if, Ssi ksa,
Hal Oil. Barry Ttieoi bert.au.. toyies Kyian nui.l, e.
A a. Alto an imrle.ru I U ili'Uel n' Uir Djtt, Uuuiii.u's
tiair Dye all warrtated geouina, Kr ' by
J. 11. McGlLL,
law!!e aad Centieinen rurnl-hir Sw,
5 Coruer fquar toiler St.
A flOt'SIt AND L' T In ' NbTi:i.
A T tie tut irju s ou
lc'ik street Ut fcet, ao-l run
bck I4i Icet u It -oot :.r. The Hoswe rril-r s 4 rootna
bud hall, wiU tabw, Ac R. A. B tLLOW K,
ocUt ir.1 Ag , It Deaderw-k st.
" . ari.' V.l.
Ur X Ih's Ar.J i-f.ic4 r yHtt cT Ti tian Tns, and see
eil & a: I i. l't, I nd SrenU, fir s iiitiers 4, , t ad
T J l-r ir.t ctf ou ijUtn-.ulM axv 10 tt't t3 ' Lm
reyu.aied tj cjufcl.iy, a fceriolor.
W. H. G0RTM5f A CO.
lltli:U fCACIlt.-Swast-d by
D. U. Dl( KtT,
a K. 8 CoUVj xicrt, ,li.iua.
Yv.T.KEBKYito. i ;
HAVE JL'iT KKCEIYED THE FIF1H EDITION, j!
In 2 vols., 12mo., ctotl, of -
THK CIIFMI.STUY 0Z COMMON LIFK. By Jne. F. (
W. Johruon, M. A., 1L S., Ag Author of "Lectrtres on
Ag-icu taral Ciiemitry it?f:jIof r, etc, etc. Illustrated
Wi0ilawueiuiavui.4. . , , ,
XAiiLt er niM wu.
The Air we Breathe,
Th - Water we briu-.
The Soil we Cultivate,
The Plant wc rer,
The Bread we Eat,
Thb Heef waCooa.
The Poisons we Select, I
'I he Odours we Knii y, J
The Smells we DMike. !
W hat we Ureal! e. and Ereatha
YThat, How, anil Why wa DW i
Beverage we ir.rue,
' The Sweets we Extraot, Tlie Bxty w. Chcrf.h,
The Liquors we Ferment, v Th Cireul,(ton cf Matter,
Tite Narcotic e Indulg" in, A Keeapitulation,
: OPINION3 OF THE PRE5S.
From thb Newak Palty Advertiser. '
YTe know of no other work which, within to small a e rr-p.v-b.
so well and so satisfactorily presents the chemical ami
physiological wonders which surround us; and that too. In '
a manner so free from technicalities, th t the Veriest tyro '
in the science cannot bo gtlierwisa tuaa iniaresteU and in-
tructcd. , .
From the Ctica Gazette.
Much scientific in'ormation is here presented tn a fin- l
d .Tied an 1 mtereatiug form, making a volume of high prac- ,
tical vajue. ' . " 1
' From the It.cnler Vnon. j
This work is one of the most VH'tts.Me that ean be gtvert
to the American public. It should be In every family, bnd (
in every chol and public Ubrary in the land.
From the Albany Atlas. t
These two volumes, which contain an Immense amount
cf instructive matter, are a interesting as a lory book, t
From the Troy Daily Whig;. j
It is adaptd to the comprehension ot the unlearned In '
technicai chemistry, a weU as to the learned, aod the co
pies treated are so usef.i I, that it ia aayin; no more Uiaa !
justice re. (Hires, to assert that it ought to t ia every bums 1
ia the country. . - .
u ,v- . T rn'm Tnelllneer
the scholar as well as ttie mechanic, and
we ran c-rMimij
rec-iininend it a not only in a huh degree yaraab.e for it
gold instruction, but also a a prbCtablo ouree cf enter- i
From the Louisville Courier.
Ther-Is net one esay in these volumes 'hut fan fafl to
rivet ihe attention of any one f jud of reading. It U a do
liglitrul Louk f.r a family circio. octl , .
VALl' A IS it TZ IS O li. f .
W- T. BEERY t C0-, l'v just received
1. Comic's ll.siory of the Arab in f pain.
Guizoi's llijtorj of Cv vilii ition. Sr.
Falener' Cla-sical Antiqiutie.
Longinns on the guViirc. 1 vol.
Dante's Divine Comedy: the Inferno. A pure transla
tion by Carlyte.
Tasso Jernalcm Delivereil.
The Legislative Guide.
Irving' Lifj of Washington.
Bcnt'.n's Thirty Years in th?3.'nxte.
Webster' Complete Woi to. Cv.
Ca!hiuun Wi rks. 4 vol.
Napiai' Battles cf the Peainsular.
li Napoleon in Kxde by 0'Meara.
14. Lascaes' Memi ir of Napoleon.
15. Abbott's Life of Napoleon.
Ir. Strickland's Lives of the Q-ieens of Eugian !. 8 vol.
17. Lives of tl.e rriucesse ol EjgUnd.
SYU5ET SXITITS LIFE AND LEJTE23.
W. T. BERRY A CO. havejust receivwl
EYDNKY SMITH'S LIFE AND LETTERS.
A Memoir cf the Reverend Sydney Smirji, by bis Daughter,
l.a.ly HollaiKl; with a Selection from las Letters, edited by
Mrs. Austin. S Vol., 13mo., muslin.
A more than counaonly delightful and wholesome book.
XmJon Ci itic.
Latty iiol'aud has now fulfilled her mother's wish, by
i'i:in tiih s. mnifiir :. Will emilil tliM M...rta In nmlar.
stand her lather's character more nearly in ii fuU loteaTitv.
Jlia. Austin, at the same time, has arranged each of his
letters as coul I houeslly he published, and illustrated them
with a dt'hghtful preface lu lof ound and helplul comment
Ltidy Holland lta produced b vivid and interentipg p!e
tuieuf the more private career and domestic Jii of her
f..llier. A charming picture of a rcnarkable man, b h
appeared to Ins (i j. u.U and tMnWy Lumlon SyrcUitur.
Next to b day with Syilney Kadth himself, there could
scarcely be enjoyed a richer treat than the perusal of this
dook. ii. is wormy iu-inu iai tn one 01 mw wives anu
best, a well as the wittieat of iuer .tinxio IMtraiy (,'a-
A more lovely picture has seldom been presented to tho '
world than fiat of this brave ami bright creature, so rich ,
In ait, huiu -r, hih auimol spirit, inexhausliblt- kindliness, j
maniy independence, tagaeiou good sense. To read thi :
book ia a cioral tonic. It is a lesson in life. It make ua
happier and bet tr. Aud while it doe this, it presents mors
eiitm-iui'ubieul than any look easily named, ao rich U it in
wisdom, in association, in personal gossip about well known
paopie Lvmioii Ld'Ufr,
i... . a . i.:- v i.t. v . .-a ii.
iu. iti.cl ... ui ui.ueaij, iic.K, oug; on the other hanJ the Patentee and Proprietor of tho
understanding. 1 hey are a proof of the clearness ol his ' Little liiant Mills, b-heving that ihey can and determined
etincetmona, Uie viiror and brevity of hi Matemeots. and th4t they wm ,,.,, y ttle Agriculturalists and Stock raisers
the perennial feruUty of hi com e fancy. London Juir. j of t,ur cuuntr, with a superior Mill, ar permarently en
fecit .VnVtp. ep3 i gaged in the bnsmes-, and have over one hundred thousand
FIFrT TIIOrSMOGanny Bags of good quality, in bale
of 2N' hags Received and Hir aley
octlb lmdtrwtw II. A B DOUGLAS A CO.
IVTAA'TI'.le A situation as a Book-keeper or Sales
Vy nun, by a veniieniii who cn give the best of reter
etic . Addrc "F. K. True WLig OlSce."
. iiOOK AUCTION.
k i: . j , r . h ii i i; l. i s
"I Y '11 L sell this evening, Oct. Oth, brut each ruccm-dlng
v en nine during the week, a lurire Collection of ty
ft and.ird and Popular Woikt in the diffjrent departments
of Literature and Science, Ac, Ac with Slatianer, Watch-
es. Jewelry, riatril n are au i taucy Aruuic.
calc U commence at 1.V4 o'clock, P. M.
CtiAri. FOX, Auctioneer
oct9 lw No. 47 Public Fqnar.
New Book on Missions.
CYCLOPEDIA OF MISSION? :
Containing b e-mefw
' V t. ... . 1 . , 1. r. ... ., I. . ... r IK.
iiru-. . n . it-w ut i-t ip.iii . ..i"-. uu. .,. .....
World. Wiih Geographical Dessjuptiousaud at e muts of the
rccisl. Mm il ar.d lirl git usci.udinou of the pei.ple. Br Rev.
II .tarty Nrw"MB.
1 he attentimi of Clergymen of c f PntminitiH hi
vi'.ed to the bhove work. For -a by
CHAHLIJ W SMITH,
00 ago 41 College street.
Ceo. L. Aiulerscn,
VarelioiHc & Coimnissioii Mcrfhant,
FOR Tiib SiLK AND STOUAGE OF
Cotton. (. ori llC XVUeut, Hals, Itacwu
l.urU, Fealhrr iiutl Hour,
Ar.d lt manm-r of Produce and Merchandise, and wiU attend
to Eeceiviny and Forwarding Merchandise.
"Ciudi advanced ou Produce ia titor." .
BHICK WAUc-iluL'tE, Noaru ctOti IUtsxld Sr.,
octa-din, AUGUSTA, Ca,
AXDPbEWS 6l JESUP, !
C07l.tlSSOw sn V. li CHA MTS, I
C0TTCS AJT3 WCCLKX MAC1TIXEET, 1
Steam Engines and Boilers, Machinist, Tools, j
Belting, fcc, o.
larobtias aao oau 11
?t A Ml' FA CT r K 1: US' AKTICI.ES,!
.,07 I'ineSn5cwYsrk. j
N. B Agents f.,r the "WOODttrTf k P.EACH 1R0S 1
YYOEKS" 1EAM EGlEa AN O BOILERS.
Exclusive Agencv In Nw York for "LOWELL MA.
C H IN K SUOP" Macuisurra' Tools. locto dlftb
fccxxiiSio;; ajd foutcaesisg jiiciiASTs,
AUD - j
t Affenti for Illlnoii CestrtU railroad,
er!l ddtn C at lrH llHnola. i
Itcccivinj& romardin Jlfrchants,
P.IUI CAII, K".
HAYTNtJ a larj new bud ottai.l'a! vTarf Ttebt, all
Good entrusted to our car thall b forward d with
promptiiw nd dtptcb. J.st dtj
m:v iLutii 11 ui or.
0oe ef the HajavLlle City XiUa, corner ef C&Uef -and
J,4 tt. HAMMOND k CO .
Blooded Stock for Sale.
T UtYEforsalabUrgcboabrror Yoang ll ItHAl
1 111 l.lV, ol th ibust cLoi.e stock, ntciudtng my aiaio
Herd Bud and Ihe Preaiium Aged Kail IV&, baviog biri
fvon Uim u foiig b 1 tab without pnolaeiog tub miteb re'a-'itto-k.p.
ItlKkiit 1 asabrr Caa Yintng JACKS
t-r a Veryehe.p; ba 1 b tmrnhrr of T -air rrtoruut-J-bresl
fALII1 a4 J.1kM Hi 4 rr7
ly. AU bred oo 'heap rl.-, an I on b sold Vr WW,
c J-rio breeder b ct4rf to Uuur"v Oieiv t;v- stAcb. j
MAKK K. COCKltiiU
I Lh to jo ret ass loO -.ud on yar tel stales. J
Till s r ai.i:.
TWILL tell to the hishet kidd- T, oo T!isr-day. thb 14A
of iVlober, bt th resadeiws of . HI, loor !
'vo Nhv 'I', e th lbbaioi roa-d, Nf ge
n tnd Cluld.oM H ao-l Wsjca, te Cow ao4 Colvea,
. i b I in lleh.d and Kiu-beb Frtir"r. and bH blw
,-t.rry oevyd I ty deew ef tra l, lcrdif b .
I tANO. btd 4Ji dated fttb J.aoary !, bb4 tiuij
.trlstered la lit Krm . oo, bw . pJ
1rwBad kovba uo Ut u"f satb-
i ia-d;4 - fAlNX, TnuU.
? E L L G A N T
FALL X D AT I M E R GOODS!!
- !. . --. .
A . & J. & HcCLELI AS D
. R,. opf;n; ;ir, moK elrwM f ftl,
f jtM WIN Ti:.t tiOiiS rwr offerei'l bv them, and at
Prices that cannot ftiil to -arty i!.e rxirt fcst'id oas. We par.
tieniarl? rsk the attention cf 0 v.h Buyers to our Stix-ii a
Jetee nuotia l olfer great iwluwmenta to Hits ch
RICH DRE55 G0CDS.
Eleytnt n'OTiee-l S::k; j
" Pi iia Moire Aatiqaes; - . ' ' '
44 Witite do, p'nin and damak;
- " ?U Brocade Silks; -
" l'iaid Siiks, r;ch and cheap;
Extra super bine Si!k., Foate brands;
Kich Fiured, P! aiu and Wittered siiks In Etack;
Extra super wde Lyons VeiVeU, for cloak A dreasea
hieli French M.de L.ncs,
' P"ai l Yaleucias;
Vreich M .'rlr.oa, all joatltles, extra chenp;
ri iin Wed D. ivmesi. "
Weft Plaid Kose Silks.
. t .- M0v7RK133 GC0D3.
- Ijaprin' bei Winter Bonibnainea; - -
fuper HI ick Tiruie loths;
-xtra Super HI .ck Merinos;
cuperfiae Biaek t'nshmeres;
M. de Lane:
Best Bluest Alpacc u, all quaiities:
buper Jhmrainir biik., tno 1'intre.)
lilac Chiuta, Priuu, GinKbams, A.T., 4c.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, &: , 4e.
Rich Ye vet Cloaks
Moire Antique Tarna;
Elesant Clotlt Ci.iak.-i, in oil color;
t heap Clfaii-t, in gi-rnt variety;
Kleaut Loug sh twt, (iu aU color and bUuk;)
UenU' rrave.iu -shassi
tlcgaai Sq iare Sl.aw'.j.
ECSIESr, GL0YE3, 40.
' ''uratJCK nt tioriery ami toye entire' ec-B-p'ete, foe
uiiim, ..iic, . .i i.-n, unm w,
. ; , , T . - - . .. ..
yvuifl k4ui4 vkfluiu ciiii u mi i VUl itn,
t Our Stock of Staple GoutN is very lurire and i-nmni.i.
br:K-ingverylliingeo!np'.hle wi.ii jj.kI t.iste and comtort,
and very cheap. sUt:n Luine, Vod and Lid. n Damook
With Trimmings Ur ina. U tor C'ui tau.s a 1 st ve y low pi ires
at the MJuTuuroui'AN ei'OiiE, 51 and 63 College st
Dl!qi IMi lOA OX 4iOVi:it.'w.-iIft:. x.
' tOON, NELSON A CO., 41 Caion street,
j - YVou'd call attentk a to Cieir tick of misceUaneou
!. Books, aniens; which are the billowing.
I Hie Works of Joha a Caifcoaa.
; Y'oinme I : A Di-rjuiitloa on ilr'yeTnment and a tis
I course ou the Constitution and Government of th
Lniud S ntes. YoU 4, Uaadt: The Speeches of Mr.
Calhoun, Ue'irer.d In the House of Kep eseutauve
and Sei.a'.e '.f the United S uU s.
i Daniel Webster's Works. 6 Tola.
Bancroft's History of the United States. 6 vols. "
i Bamsey'a His'.ory of Tennessee.
New and Compute Gazetteer
Of the Cnite-t States; giving a full an ccmprehensivb
Review of ll.t t'rescut Condition, Industry and Resour
ces of the American Confederacy, At, Ac.
Eistory of Banking;
WiiU a botupreiietwive arcount of the Origio, Rise aj
rrogresaof Ihe Banks of FngUnd, Ac by Lawson.
. Practical Triarisa on Banking.
By J une W. Cilbart,
Statute Laws of Tennessee.
tfTOON, Nt r.o i o., 41 Tnion street, will be sup
plied during th-i Fail and Winter iiU New Book in th
various departments of Literature. octl
M U l 'l's mtti.i: JIA T
COUN AND COHU MILK
MMIICRV are features connected with this ipiH worthy nt
a. cnnsiileratioa and che rxaaiinatiob oe Oi trtif
1 w'int to urjha'e a Feed Mill
Its mechanical roestrurtinn anj adantntion ts the our.
poe de-lirni, to crash and grii.d ear corn. Iu greai ca
pacny, whii d.iiog an immeue woik with eatraantntar
eas, it durabiiitv is am) it provided (or. lhee mpieitt
and entlr pn taiih-in-ss ot the l.i;ti iiQt, rendering it
greater ei'nvenietice fur plaiilaliin and tarm use imm.si.
ble. It rripnre ni Bie-lLHiie.d aid r bill ol expense to put
it up; anv farm baud ar servant cau put up and let
running In ha'f an hours tim-. the convenience with which
the sweep may be upmied io l mi l.srwiutal as is mort
usual or over he id, and th- rril! may hi? easily atiachrd
w,K pbui m ..ici it, uru. t ne .ower u luxe-, requiring
j one and two horses. The q aai.lity and quality of prniluct.
10 to SO bushel of g.xxl feed oe:U p- r hour, accordln U tha
degree ol oneness ground, and the site mill. It I tho
cheapest mill, ail tilings considered, '.here i bet. re the tub
Another thing enuneee,l with the little fiiant, asbp
tent, and worihv of note, ia the f ct that there baa been no
Patent Right .e-ulaiiug or huckstering about Ui country,
b Is usual wiih the tln usand bungling make-shift Implel
tien'.s that are g t ui as a trade merely to get money by
veiling or pnniiiK on tne parent rigni upon trie creduloiu
I . j rxm a a num-
in en tn Buacrnne lo be sbandonetl
, uollars Invested iu the
mann'acture or these mi' Is. in tha
j East, West and South, some of these establishments en ploy.
ing 60 men solely in t'ns business. So highly ar the
lrnUs appreciates, that f. ut thousai.d have heen sold withia
; the pb-t eighteen montiis, and th heaviest and the wost
1 extrusive M inufacturers cf Agricultural tmplemen In the
! L'nited States have eagerly sou-lit an interest in their niauu
' fact ure and sate.
! No implement ha be-rt more thoroughly tested; no on
of the kind has receivnl so numerous and high testimonial
from M chariic-' Institu'rs and Ajrriiu'tural Associations,
I and none, by reason of subs antial, practical atiliiy and
i merit have more fairly ground their way into everyday
i os and popular fawr thsn S 'olt' Little Oiaot Cora aud
I Co h Mi l. Orders promptly filUd,
Liberal discount to dealers.
I BKOWN A ANDER.ON,
octl tf No. 40 Market sr., Nashville, Tenn.
s -a r I
SHI1 1. TON, having resuni.d the MARBLE
BL'MNb.s.S, wila-i's 1. is oid frit i.u nd the
: pub ic In general, wh. my deir work in hi line.
1 to give him a call at his Sla p, corner of Caurih
street and the Na-hvili- ai d I hattanH ga Railroad
I'epnt. II-will k p cnnsiantly on hand a sum.lr
of MOMJMKr, lOMK.a, be., of the floest Italiau e..J
I Smerkan Marble. A. I wurk exicated is the best manner,
I and warranted. epiV if
KE5. GERTttTTTE J. CAXFT'S
HIClIMa ANU DAY SCHOOL
.1"ILL resume it Session cn Monday, September loth.
v lucui irs mat ne tiotaine.i on appucation at her ret
, alence.S. W .c irner t in and F.fieeuih street, Philatle'phia.
Karaa-ack Uev. H.A. hrii uo, U. V , Rev. William
' Chester, I). !., KeV J. Mewton Bruwn, tt. l) Rev. Henry
Darhng, Rev. U. L. f .alt, U.v. J. tjotdo Maxwell, Phila-
H 'U. William L. Marry, Secretary of State, Judub P. Y.
I Daniel, hureiiie Court L'. S , Waahingt. b City, Kev. Tho.
1 11 tt..... rt 11 1. .. .. 1.1 u..i... 11 1 v v...t.
villa, TeDu ; A. ii, fro er, Comptroller, Nashyule, Tenij
M ltull'.W. I-lS rilt'.VIIi.TI r.
LAIMK inv iceof Kiu Surgical and lMectiog last ru-
I a a. menis lias jurt o-ru reveivetl bud for i at a mbo.1
I bdvaiK-t on liast.ru
j Mu.lt nis and oO.er. won.'d do well to call and examine
tl.e prHe aud q laUty, befor uiak.ng their purchases.
Whoiesalo and tteti tl Kruggist,
octl Corner Csutego aud L'nivo suavts.
BltOCi.V.NN. v) Cotiq TLitk Btrogan., received to-day
by Joli RAMAbE,
ocU aj Ciaigtret.
PLAN TEIW HOUSE,
17a Cl Corner of Snamer and DoaJarick Streots,
SITCATED k the iro.t deslrab part of I- Cltv, jf
a' d convenient to uw C.cito4. Our It -oni j-.k .
equal to aav iu the Ci'S.and the TabaS will bo bi.v Ijj'j
pui wiih Uie tw-4. W will rnlevo to glv aatto- L i .ii.
fociein to boi, ao swucii b U -erol patronage. Pricw mo1
.rave. Mils, J.YuN A N. kU AKIN.
Cotton Factory and Machinery,
i o it n a i i: .
Situatcrl la Viaennes, Zaox eoaary, lidlAatv
SAID Milt l situated In the es-r're oT thi town, oa a lot
l:e Uvt k a .re, aeitr th W hak nvrr sad jancttoti yf
th Ouio aud Uuauait pi, bud AvauaViU bad Lawsrdta
The msln l u' ltny is 0 feet tor.g by (5 wide, thro trir
high, bui'i of Hork in the l snwitioiuJ aisstr. t'otuin
She-I, B acktmi'.h Mi'ip and Dwel.iny Hoosw, on th saovs k't.
The macMnery ennit of 8 spmainf frsiDva, bwrryiag or
thuttxacul Cliy .pli.die, II caro, t Siawiag fraso, i
prear i.iu W spu-Oj, I do. with 14 ipcai, 1 btwwrr or
cu'irr, 1 u w. I um.di.a', 3 rwel, Wicb AasM, S iataes,
1 cutitog rg.i.e, t grud.:r, jara pmm. At; I eoginw, V
rot h re power; htriy irt. t 0 boil.r. bew, Iweaty.
eijjbl I Tt k-i g, wi:"i s'raio e pper pipr that hel tho wbobs
b tidies t.i.iij, brlii- g aa.l c.nMi.iii ail cuaaplwt.
Slid .11 Kliiuurj i 't in perfect order, ai d to any ea. that
wiaf.e to ng tge ia th f.iit'-a ma-i'ifactaring bosineaa, aa
epportuni:y tow blrrei wt.srh srsJitra occur, bstbrr
eutowneisare enaged ib buotber busioeM, bod wi I Mil
tiie projr'y at hall u.ac'.Uol sa'oe. th aaiary bill bb
ld sepr' ft. a th- othsr pr..:rty if wiolcd to b tAa
out, and at Kt'h !gnre but a:ify.
Ttt fa- Miics 'yf lipog by ra-lroad it rivwr t thi point
euirkalrtwrltii tn W. Iium will b iva
wait uf ihe iiihii wh. t $ o t securuy caa be cderrd.
Any li t rmatioa wanted r. bo bad by applkaUoa b4
dew to GAst. I1AYJ A C, Vuiewucw. lediaaa: W4. V.
HUH, Pit t.nAi, Pta, or L. S. U AliXld, Cuj of JI.T.
LITTI.K sl l.r
COUN AND COli aMILL.
lalllU UA' A l.LLIS, , a
AGZ3TS 70S THE XAXZS8.
UTf ar A'Bti tug fcJJi.- J this cerrbtaHl Mill, and wCI
e o-'ai '-O 'T oa 'ad a sap-'y uf soch of th throb)
(Ut-s, No. S. J 4, ' M.iu'.ettirvr' prca.
Attn. Mor' FaWul S'.raW Cavwrs aiv.1 Co i J.eHee.
mi j -1 m l K&MtN A i-UU.
TT7XVti.ii I'lMllDIATtLl-40,000 hb
fl tVS l4 ttvH
tKYMOl R. FANNlNd k CO,
,rii Cut uc Mai kt. t od Y hua irote
V. aI f