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BAIL ROAD KAIL.
TIME FOR THE MAIL ON THE CHATTANOOGA R. R.
Leave Nashville at 7 A.M. and 6X M.
Arrive at Nashville 7 W A. M. and t' P. M.
The Mail for the lvatni and Pout hern Citie cloae at
P. M. and for Way Ofiices at 6 o'clocv., P M.
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W i:i!r.MAV !HOR!Mt 'CT. 31.
EIVEE AKD STEAMBOAT NEWS.
Tns Rivek atill continnes to recede flowly,
and there are now not more than eighteen " persons through whose land the road runs, be
, i ci l v i . r n fote charter are c rati ted, would cause the sessions
inches on Ilieth Shoal. A light ram fell o( tl.e Lecture to be perpetual.
Monday night, though there waa barely euf- On motion of Mr. Havon, the bill wag recommit
ficient to "lay the dust,." ' ted to the Committee on Internal Improvements.
Sold. -The Xettie Miller, before her depart-' Jr' X' tk'"J K'aVC f ttbfe"ce 'r T
ore od ilouday, was wild to Cnpt. Harmon and Leave of aUence was also asked and granted to
otliera, and will run as a regular packet in the r De'o-
, , , . . Mr. liuwlea railed U! a bill to repeal an act enti-
Cum1.er.And river trade. The Union says W nn to prolect the homemead, with an am.nd-
all lier owners and officers are regular citi- merit in lieu.
zens of this place, and cotnpeteut boatsmen,
well worthy if public favor." . . .
The Sliylock, from I'adacah, arrived jester
dsy aftenjH)n, and will leave this day for IV
The A. L. Dut'tK left la-t night for Faducah,
with a lighi freight and a number of past-en
To Ar.iuvr. Tha Allrtin having received the
7Z-aei' fieiht, was to leave Cincinnati for this
port on FriJav last, the 20th. The MnjwJi was
advertised to 1 ave Cineiimuli on Satuiday, the 27th.
The Cit cinnati Tim', of the 2Cth, fays:
The fti-rti wheeler Yvrklow, came down from
l'tttsburir with 2'',ft toi.a of frei-'ht, chieflv iron and
window glastt, lor Nashville. She will leave this
Wf.stfrs Rivers The St. Louis Republican, ol
the 26th, says:
The river at this point Is receding idowly, and la
so repotted to St. I'aul. The water has already
fallen one foot on the Lower llapids. There is
about twelve f-etin the chatiiiet to Cario The Il
linois is rising, and is reported in an excellent stage
for all navigable purposes. There is no improve
ment reported by the last arrival bom the Alissou
ri ol which there weie four jeslerday.
Tne weather was cool and clear, and business
was tolerably bri k ) ester Jay ou the levee
Important Decision Oa Wednesday morning
(24th iusl ), in the Unite 1 States District Court, in
session iu St. Louis, Judge Wells delivered an opin
ion iu the case of the Memphis Insurance Company
0rM Oliver (rarrison and Dan. R. Garrison, which
is of con iderable importance to steamboat owners
and merchants. Tli- following is a statement of
the case and decision, viz :
In the year IHi'i, a larg" amount of cotton, three
hundred and eihl v-eig'it bales, valued at $16,290,
was shipped at Memphis and other points in Ten
nessee, lor New Orleans, on the steamboat Convoy,
of which boat the defendants were owuers.
A bill of lading was given by the boat, under
which the cotton was to be carried aud delivered
' danger of rivet only, ererpltd."
The boat, and cargo with it, iu the month of Feb
ruary, were destroyed by fire, which it was admit
ted did not arise from any fault of the waster, crew,
agent, or owners of tne boat.
Tbe Memphis insurance company bad insured the
cotton agaiust lot by f re." They paid the loss
and brought this suit agaiust the owners of the
boat to recover the value of the cotton, claiming
to be equitably subrogated, or entitled to all the
rights of the original owners of such cotton.
The Court held:
1st. That the complainants were entitled to sue
in equity, to recover, if the defendants were li
able. 2d. That the exeption in the bill of lading of
" dangers of the river only," did not include fire
fire was not a danger of the river, within the mean
ing of the bill of lading, though it did not proceed
from any fuult or negligence of those managing the
btttt. A decree was accordingly rendered agat. xt
the defendants for the value of the cotton.
This decision is highly important to our commer
cial people generally, and will occasion much com
ment among steamboat ownera and others, North
and South. Tbe case hangs upon a very nice point,
and perhaps a majority will not be willing to admit
the distinction tnade between dangers of the liver
aud dangers on the river.
The question will, doubtless, be carried to the
Suprtme Court of the United States.
AiiVancr IN Kruqmm The Louisville Courier
of Monday, saya that owing to the low Stage of the
river, freights to New Orleans have advanced to 40
cents per pound lots, 60 cent, per barrel for pota- 1
toes, Ac., 65 ai d 0 ccnu for fiiur, and other artl J
cles in proportion. Cabiu pa-sage on the David
While was thirty 6ve dollars, an advance ou tL .
rates obtained ear ly iu the week.
Z-0 We w.mld call specin ntteution (o the
tie by 0. W
Nt, e, of Uuei.a Vista Lota, to
oo;neoff to day, at 11 o'clock, ou I he premise, .
about half a mile North of (he Walnut O'lirw, I Mr. Meek off. red a resolution in lieu, lhat here
on tli IJue.irt Vista Turnpike. We understand ' ,t" ,M,t n ,,our ?Bt1' daT I'oulJ be devoted
to ii'lticciubn.1 liq
that a very large immW-r of Lota of various j Mr ,.vitt M;ore, lo mAe m,)oIrt wlKt lhe
eizef, will be ottered unproved and iiniinpro- j
vedniKl till who desire comfortable files near
town, wtnild do well to att?td.
O'liiiihuaeeii will run as tual fret) of charge,
and a Colla'ion will be furnUhed.
Losses BT Fire. The N. Y. Jourtialqf Com
merce Mates that during the month of Septem
ber, theie were filteen firea in the United
I States, the aggregate loa amoant-ing to 475,-
000. More than hair or thoeaj urea were occa-,
eioned by the burning of mannfactnri",: esUb-1
liabments, ana oi tweuty-nve urea in mw pre-,
vioua month, thirteen originated from proerty
of tb antne character. That pajK-r estimates '
, , r r e .1 .
the We. by fire for the nine months of the
present year, at 803,000.
IW Tutnam's roonthlv for November U received
, m . , . a.- mm f a .
by Tooo, Nelson, k Co. and W.T. Berry 4 t j
The following is ine tame us runieuis ;
Tle United Sutea Coast Survey.
Benilo Cereno, (conUoued.';
Henrv Heine a letter to a friend In Tark Place, j
Tle Viritiia Springa, In 12 chapter.
Tbe Sense ol bight iu L'ird.
Note ia Syria.
Life among the Mormons, (continued )
Livii'g in the Countr.
The Lusidou rtl-oLe.
A Night never lo be frgotlvn.
The Attorney's Revcnje.
Tbe Cm an 1 A bun id Stimulania.
1. Afierimn Liltehtr and R-print.
J, European LiUttHre tfifLnd, Kraut,
tlOUM HVOLII WOOLIU
,,14 ,1 P. P. MCMET.
Tcksdat, October 30, 1855.
Mr. Bowles presented a petition on the couDty of
Cumberland, and moved its reference totbeConi-
on fines-the ref
j erence was mam-.
I Mr. Caldwell reported back the bill lo incorpo
rate Uie NMckajack ILiilroa'l and Milling Company,
with an amendment, and moved iu paw-ase.
Mr. lUvron moved to lay the bill on the tabic,
a tie was uninformed as to the wishes of one of
j the individual through whose land? the road run.
Mr. Witiltliorn said it was important to the peli
; doners for the charter, that immediate action bliould
i be bad, as they wish to apply for a charter from
; the eoi;ia Legi!iiture now about to convene.
13 r. Caldwell raid the ol jectiOD raised to tnis bill,
implying the neciily of obtaining the conHent of
; Mr. ilall moved to lav the aineadtneut on the ta
ble, which motion Ha lo-!.
An iiitereciing ditcu.-inn arooe upon the merits
of the original bill, in which Messrs. Turner, Cald
well and iiall advocated iri passage.
On motion, the bill and aniendmenda were re
ferred to the Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Johnson moved that the bills be now taken
up which were made the special order for the day.
Mr. C.irter requested a postponement oi action
ou the bill until Fiiday neit, ag Senators were ab
sent who wihhed to be present when they were to
The 1-ilU were laid on th table until Friday, and
The Senate adjourned to 2 o'clock.
Mr Fletcher offered a resolution requiring the
Door Keeper of tlie Senate to prepare tbe rooms
intended lor committee room, in a suitable way lot
thi ue ol committees psed.
Mr. CoJdwell, from the Internal Improvement
Committee reported buck a bill to amend the char
ter oi the Noi UiwetHeru Uiilroad, and moved that
75 copies te printed. The printing wa ordered.
Sniale bill on firxi rradimj Mr. Stokes : A bill
to relieve Odd Fellow., .Masonic and Tcmjterauue
ilalls from taxation passed.
Mr. Johnson; A bill to amend the charter if the
Ilydes Ferry Turnpike Company passed.
Air. tVhinhoiue: A bill to facilitate the fettle
luent of mules passed and 50 copies ordered
Mr, VVhitthorne: A bill for the benefit of mechan
Mr. JjIiiisoii: A bill to amend the chatter of the
E Itiield and Kentucky Kailroa I passed and re
ferred to Internal Improvement Committee.
Mr. Cheatham, ( '. r. Stoke in the chair) a bill to
amend th act ectablinhing a system ol Internal
Improvement passed and referred to It ternal
i-ntite bilU on third rending. To amend an act
entitled, an act to declare the power of the county
courts ill Certain particulars passed.
To amend the charter of the Nashville and
Mr. Iiall moved to si l ike out t! e 6th section of
the bill, which gives (.111,000 to build bridges over
the Forked I'eer Kiver, and supported his motion
with remarks which were answered by Messrs. At
kins and Caldwell in opposition.
Mr. Atkins moved to lay the motion to strike out
on the tablfc, which motion passed, 18 to 2 and
the bill passed '.id reading, 18 to 4.
Ou motion tbe Senate adjourned.
HOUSE OF EEmESESTATIYES.
TofcBDAT, Oct. 30.
Mr. Cox: A petition from sundry citizens of Da
vidson oouutT, who represent that they reside seme
twenty-five wiles from Nashville, and pray that the
act of 18-13, establishing the county of Cumberland,
be revived, and the name changed to Uoyle.
Mr. Dunnington: A petition from sundry merch
ants of Columbia, upon the subject of, merchants'
tux. Kelerred to Committee on ays and Meaus.
Mr. Dortch: A bill to incorporate the LaGrange
St nodical College; passed lit reading.
Mr. Braxelton: A bill to "locate" the "critter,"
and increase the Rchool fund prohibiting the sale
ol intoxicating liquors, except under certain restric
tious, the revenue arieiui; from which ia to t:o into
be fchool lun I; passed 1st reading and releired to
v iiuiltee on Tippling.
. Algee: A bill to compel all fr ee persona of
colii the State to emigrate to Liberia or else
where Vond the limits of this State; passed 1st
reading a. A lefeirtd to Judiciary Committee.
Mr. MaKjiill: A bill giving the lilountville,
Middh-ti wn a. Eliz tbethton Turnpike Road Com
pany further tiin to complete their road; puseed 1st
Mr. lewitf: A resolution to adjourn tine die on
the 2-1 -h ol December.
Mr. Pope: A resolution in lieu to adjourn iurjt
on the 21 of D. eemln'r.
The rule was vuspruded, and the question being
flfifktl tb nii'iiil nii I rw-firwtt A l,v Ur fiitk
Mr LlK)1(. ,m,utioi itl propping
that herealter the House nhall meet at 9 o'clock in
the toreuoon, and at 2 in the afternoon and thus
u"OM, n7 ,r M w ou.
Dt I'lli MS RV JI:9''llt.
After t'oiisideruble debate.
Mr. Looney witbdrei
t is amendment, and
Mr. Pope then withdrew his situ ndment, retuatk-
,u" l' 1,"'1r;, 11 ',,r "" .
,r, rH( ,a pUM,i,.j.
mi. vivuui t.-iiri lor tur jiicfiiitia ucstiuii, uu
rpernu order lor the 1st day of December.
Mr. I'arks call, d for the previous question, and
demanded the ates and noes, that it might be seen
who is iu favor ol goinj; home; aud the call was sus
tained ajes 51, noes 16
The question then recurred on the adoptiou of tli
original resolution, and Mr. Brien demanded the aye
aud noes; aud the resolution was adopted ayes (9,
Tbe House then adjourned to 2J o'clock, P.M.
Mr. Hewitt' offered the folio ing resolution,
which lies over
'.'.ofss, liy tk General AemUy f th State
t T Tll.i !.!. L'.....ll..... at.. C .-j..,. I. .
a), , e it hmitf rrqiiested, U, bluish this General
Assembly w ih aome plan w hereby the eviU. of the
IVniientiary svsum in this St.te, of which be cow-
pls'ns in his uiesrage, can tnj eradicated,
V Mf c-tt. A rrBNolulitm LolJ ,,,,., M(Mliont
t)9 House three night in each week. Lie over.
Mr. Ib witfc A bill to amend the Internal Improve-
" of ''. ,u lilroad
a" .! : t. a t.aa I a..,-I.liaa 1 .ssalalaAal las
V. - VIIlWJIPlllllH' ayw a,iiv a t ", w a. , w,v irm- v m v
W(J lo ,lllCTU., Iuprorent
Mr. Ball: A bill to amend the divorce laws; pass
ed 1st reading.
Mr. ('h aves: A bill to exempt Mon!c, Odd Feb
I low' and Ttmpciaiiie Iiall liotu taxatiou; passed
1st rcadii g
Mr. lioiKi; A resolution that no new buflnesi
ball be iiitro-tueed after the 1st of DecrmU r, ex
cept by recommendation ol Suudinjr CuuiuiiUco.
Lira over under the rule.
Mr. A tiin-tron: A rM!ution approving the acts
of J. 0. M Ramsey, C. M McUbee and Jaa. Camp
bell, CoroU.iut.erB of the Ft TetiReeaee liiion
Fair for IK54, in tlispoflng of the appropriation by
the State. Lit a over under the rule.
Mr Ct'bb: A peliti4.it fruiu itisens of , pray
ing an t iropriaiion lo iinpixve the Uiar R v-
tr. It. Icrrcil U liiUinal jo.pruveuienl (.iXUUiitUx-,
Ur. l'aik: A rraolutiott propping 10 raise a etiv
mittee rf three lo each bat kir g district, to eiimlue
Into It e cotid'tloit of t!e l'i k of TrHirre and
braiuhrs, ai'J rKM, o a lo tutuitli tb ii.f.a-nia-llou
a may e desired a to ti e nrsritv for plac
ing the liai k Iu a state taf gradual huidaiiou, Liee
ever uiuirr the te'e
Mr. My ate A bill for the benefit of tl e ritixeea
of Svott county vxeinpurg iLrni ftvru (yu.f taia
l.sforsii je.rs. p.ased l.t re.bng. :
Mr. Iuniiii!gtvn: A bill 10 jtovide for
T A 8 H V IL L E
CAfT STEEL- HftES;
8Llf BOX VlCt 8;
STOIv3 AND DIK;
CHAIN8 OP ALU KIVD?;
1ILI. SAtVS, COTTON CARDS;
DRAWING KM VPS;
pOCRfcT AND TAhLE KNTVEJ;
PAP-lOrKS, F1I.KC, TTINOFf:
HATCUKT&, "AMMER8, AXES;
I LA NFS, LRACKS AND BITS.
fSr A goo t nock of CASTINGS, and a complete aaiortment
alry in Store.
went of certain State Bonds; pasee 1st reading
and referred to Commrttee on Wars and Means.;
Mr. White: A bill to amend the charter, of the J
Knoxvi'.Ie and Charleston Railroad UKnpny ; pass-
I ed first reading. ' ' '
I ' Mr. Ward? A bill to amend the act to secure the
1 completion of turnpike roaJa in tbe counties of
Smith, Wilson and Sumner, by State aid; passed
: first reading, and referred to Judiciary Committee.
! Mr. Cox : A bill to establish the count v of Crock
ett in honor of the lamented David Crockett, to be
romnosed of portions ol Davidson, Robert-son.
Montgomery and Dickson; parsed firft reading 1 thoroughly tested the virtue of this ee'.ebrated
and referred to Committee on New Counties. ;article,ls,thatitwiUrtorethegrayandthefcald,eradleate
Mr. Bullen : A bill to amend the laws in regard of ihe Fcalp, preierve the hair falPnfr, and preserve
to turnpike roads, and to regulate prosecutions ' the color rerfectiy to extreme old ge. It Is now put up
against the same; passed first reading. ; both with aud without sediments. See adverUsemeH.
i On motion of Mr Baitlett,' the bill to incorporate ; Jnrlitla
the Washington Fire Company of Memphis, was! Recovering from tbe effecta of Fever, Billons Diseases, or
' taken up and paed on second reading. ' iL)? continued illness of any kind, will find Carter'. Span-
On motion of Mr. Brien, the bill to charge tbe )sh Mixture tha only remedy which will revive their droop
lines b- twei n tbe counties of DeKalb, Putnam and lng eunjtitutlons, expel all bad humors from the blood, ex
Cannon, was taken up and parsed on thud reading. cite the iiver to a prompt and healthy action, and byita
On motion of Mr. Wilson, of Marshall, the bill ,,,. (ropmie4 restore the p,tient to fe d Tigor.
1 lor the bencnt or securities or wm. t. noiuen,
late Sheriff of Marshall county, was taken up,
amended, and passed ou thiid reading, ayes 52,
: noes 10.
I Mr. Cook : A bill to amend the act, to provide
ft r the probate and registration of deeds and other
, instruments executed beyond the limits of the Uui
, ted States. oased lirst reading.
The House then resumed the consider ation of the j
I bill to regulate the pay of jurors.
Mr. Tiiiton moved its indefinite postponement
; lost, ayes 20, noes 43.
A number c.f a i endrnents having been offered,
I Mr. Dunnington called for the previous question,
; and the call was sustained.
I The question then recurred 0 the parage of the
' bill, and it was passed OU its third reading, ayes 35,
I noes 27.
I Th Hni.s-A t.l. on a.'imirned to A o'clock tO-mor-
Missocri U S. Court The IferHphitl.wiranc
i Co. v. Oliver aiul D. R. G'arrriwn, in Chancery.
In February, 184'J, various persons shipped cot
ton on the steamboat Convoy, of which defendants
i were owners, to be taken from Vickshurg and other
! places to New Orleans, and there delivered, "dam
: aires of the river onlv excepted." Such being the
language of the bills of lading. The Insurance
i Comuanv Lad insured his cotton against loss by ;
: r .1 i! 1 1 .L. 1..... .!
, ore. , im tne to; age a ure oecu.reu ou mr. oo,, uy ,
which it and the cargo were totally uestroveil. It
wis not known how the tire or iginated, but it was
admitted that it did not arise from any fault or neg
ligence of the master, crew, or agents of the boat
The Insurance Company paid the loss, and brought
this suit to recover this amount of the owners of
.1 u .
i ne Voun ucia tnai ineex3epnn 01 inr oius 01
lading, "damigei of Ihe riner oi?y" di 1 not cover
such as fire; that a fire (not occa-i'iueJ bv lightning
or other act of (JoJ) is uot a "danger of I'tc riuer,"
within tli miAnif.i7 nt rhrt hills of ladini'.
A decision was rendered against the defendants
for the amount, eomething over eixleeu Uiousaud
dollars. -Si. Louit Rep.
. 1 ,
Thi Razor Strop Man kot a "Fbkk Lovxa."
The celebrated Razor Strop Man denies a state-!
1. t ... v.- V...1, r. l.oK i, -
uieiii. iiia'io iu luu i.ew iulk m u uo u
native of "passional attraction," and says :
As for mvself, instead of a "Free Lover" I am a
"bound lover" having been joined in wedlock some!
twenty years; aud as yet I have had no passional at-1
traction strong enough to sever the cord w hich
I binds me to the affinity of my youth. I have never
i yet been able 10 find "nv more ol the same sort.";
! HFVItV sMITII lfiTnr Strnn Man ,
. HfcAKI &.VIII1, Kmorwrop 3lu.
Sh0OTI.no.- As the season for game of all kinds
is now coming on, and thoro fond ol shooting will
I be fitting up for the war ou the Birds, Deer, Ac,
1 f e
! we would recotnuiend all-furh to call and set the
j immense stock of guns at the house of Fail A Cun-
0 " e
! great pains in the selection of their Stork of guns;
i . , . . , .u . 11 -l .
; indeed, they inform us that all their fine gun are .
I made to otder in Enulatid and France, aud imported i
! r 11 !
I by them direct. They have them at all pi ices va-
1 . , .1 1 . 1 , . .,. 1
rj.ng to suit the pocket and Ute of every sports-.
' man. We were forcibly struck with one tun which
i , ."
! they have for sale price $250 win. h to our judg-;
Jmentm. as fine as a gun could well be. Their!
I 1 1: 1 . : .1. :.i.. r t..i.i:
1 esiauriMiiueiit I uu iuc iioitu piuu tne 1 uwuv
Square, opposite the lower end of the market house, I
over the entrance to whkh will be found what they 1
call their "yrrof gun. octl 21 m
Fine Millinekt. At Mr. A. (Jrookertt' Mil
linery Establishment on Uuioii Street, will be
found the most tasty u-viortmeut of Head and
1 . 1 1, ..1 ..
eca. tirnainenis, arm t reding, we nave oer ,
aeeii in ihe city. We understand that Mrs. C.
. 3 ...
has juat relumed front the Eastern Cities, I
Where fllO han, procured all the latest Styles of ,
Fashionable Uead-Gcar. Her UiabntentiJ',
aptMrara to os really neat, beautiful, and elc
11 ' ' '
T t 1 j-.? ? l
gani. iiuies woo are in neeu i tiitniiimgs
in that particular line, would do well to call at
Mrs. C. and get their beauty more elegantly
emU-lUshed. . '., ... , ,
Transportalion to the Last , ,
rputkl are now F'OL'H Ktll.ROAD R0UTKS from' Clo
X cinnati t New York an I other tilt, rn e tics, romper
In for lb rroduee ol th West, at LOW KAttS Of
Property goes forward PKOMPfLY, and wtUioat Vt ra
tio. , ' : ' I
The andeasigmd nlir-ts UrBnnts t ha. ca'e aa a
Forwar er, ana aat bni boasMt to any Itii. w r til act
impartUlly in selecting for ronsigu'oents to Mm, the reiua
whk-h, for th time tri, otfer the m.i't Indueetnenu. )
BUTSAKOSLLLI OX COMMISSION ,
AXD UTTS.WS PROMPTLY TO ALL CALLS
in ins i.isji: op m-Mtrss. :
Uenrrai OoaBiaiea Meechaat, -cetia
lia flarlnaatl. O.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Capital -$150,000:: j
0FFICK Nor1. Wretaner of the PuLHc ?ar, over
lr Pr's Kschatarr OrT.ce Ttieg wit! Uk ru4 on
Dwettnig and other liou--, Ooods In ?'o aaint Lu or
liasuri ay Fa-v. Aba, Marin a ad biver kaMrds, fua
aod to ail pnrta.
XrgToee against tha Das gen of tae liver.
JOBI M. BILL, JKPSt TAC1 X.
jamss roKur, TMopsoM ANDraJON,
i M FOOfi, F. A OW rM,
ALI.X Atl.lAoV, , t , , 3tXU lLf,"
k. u. OAunt, y t aluiay,
w. mis. '
JiistPII VAVLX.Prew'U i
sttTtm, P-rai y o. i if. (
f,Olt t.f r.-T:.at va'mWo Uaet f laod a4 -e I
eoiigfonil rrM'Jrtxv IJnlag Tyre Ppi-Tft, f , '."ft j
aaat kwuww aathe ROUClTs PLACE. Ccrrd h-r t i
saj wa aeceaiauKlartng tarK. Apply te -'"m 1
IL S. WII.IIAM.S,
etSA !( '' aO.rrrysf.
LOCKS, SCREWS, NAILS;
LONG HANDLED SHOVELS, SIFTERS;
fiPFAR JACKSON'S PAWS; ;
" ACQEKS, SIIEE- fHEARS;
TACKS, CCKRY-CO 4B3, c, ie.
Brothers' nest TENNESSEE ROLLED INoH
WILLIAM L. MOKSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catania,
NO. 35 EAST THTED STEEET,
jy16-ly CINCINNATI, OniO.
Paor. Wood's Haw Rcstohatitk. The testimony of all
We can only say TRY IT. A single bottle is worth all the
ro-calied S ireaparillu in existence. It contain no Mercu
ry, Opium, or any other noxious or poisonous drug, and can
be given to the oungest infant without hesitation.
See the certificate of wonderful cures around the bottle.
More than Ave hundred persons In the city of Richmond,
Va , can testify to its good effects.
Nie advertisement in another column.
octl 1 m
Tbe coudition of the stomach is of vital importance. No
man, woman or child can be healthy nnler the work of di-
; g'i-tiun is regularly, thoroughly and vigorously performed.
j vitn three fourths rf civilized society, this isuot the care.
i Ani yet tne remedy wilnin th. rech of aU. Hoofland'
j German Bitters, prepared by Cr. C. M. Jackson, Phitalel-
j ,,hia win M surelv create , rfguiar an,i healthy action of
j the toraa.-h a oil will les-en the friction of machinery
1 Let the victim of dyspepsia or indigestion in any if its firm.
rF - n" guaraniee a go..Q appene, pnys.cat viKor,
firm nerves, ouad sleep by night, and increased cheeifuV
ness by day.
Bee advertisement. octl Ira
Pure Drugs and ( hcniicals.
A LARGE Invoice of Drugs, Chemicals, Paint, Oils, Dya
tH'.ffs Instruments Perfumery, Kat.CT Good-, Brushes,
Ac, just received and for sale at a small advance upon taut
em cost, by A. STRETCH,
Wholesale and Retail Drupgitt,
Corner College and Union It , Nashvil'e, Tenn.
English Wine Colchicum Root. Spatulas,
" " " lieed. Ilathin? i
Seed, Bathing Sponge,
jftomeopathic Vials and Corks
Syringes of assorted kind,
I Apothecaries' Scale and
,Gally Pou with Covers, (all
B-.d Pans (.'iftrent styles,)
Leeches and Leech Olasaes,
(Fine Moe Macohoy Snuff,
jliuney Dew Seotch
iRermuda Arrow Root,
.Turned Wood Pill Boxes,
Pure Whit- Wax,
Pratt's ArtiftVial Nipple.
N:pple Shiel'ls and Bottles,
Refined Salt Petre,
Tresh Gr'd Cyenne Pepper,
Genuine Castile Soap,
IPreh Table Oil,
lkrk Soles, Ac, Ae.
j p,lre Nitrate Silver,
: Ph?at,!i?r!c Acidt
1 Per. rhlondelron,
I noiub.e Htrate Iron,
lo iile Potash,
Precip. Ext. Bark,
; ,0d'de w.rnlDe
I Cooper's Isinplasa,
Fluid Ext. Valerian.
' pf ,0P1"er
East India Castor Oil,
i Wedgwood Mortar.,
joo,ooo copn.s jsoi.ufl
LL0TD9 GREAT STEAMBOAT WORK will be ready on
or about the S4th of October.
1 riWi'r' iV.r,
ufe f liobert Fulron Kngiaving of hi first American Boat
on 'be Hudson River.
Ro'-ert Fulton and Livingston's first Ohio River Boat Cor-
; Lain First Boat.
' First rieubenviUe Boat.
F.h exidoion on the Western Water, from an Eye-Witness.
!. of lne Western Water : Town, titie and distance
' , ia Z , .
List of rtumboat Explosions sine
' and WonTidcd; List of eteaiiiboa
since IR12; Names of Killed
eteaiiiboats now afloat.
Correct views of Pittsburg, Whielinit, Incinnatl, lyuisvllle,
fi. lauis and New Orleans, In IbU; eketch of each place;
population, business, Me., Ac.
Faat Tine of ItOHta An tha Olii. snil lisuMfmil Rivra-
List ,f Steamboat officers on th Western Waters,
Trie New Steamboat Law With Comments Ian; Boats.
,,iniI,n on ti Lakes-Names fljt, Killed and Wounded.
Th- "ji-'h we' in is
I-'"' fcf Plantations on MissiKS:ppi Kiver.
Important t'nlted states Supreme Court Steamboat Decision
Three hamlred pages, wtrh one hondrrd engravrng'; hand-
,0.)ely Remitting Oxa Deu.ia, (st paid,) yoa
w " receive a eopy of the aimve work.
Orders from the trad" solicited, and aeents wanted in ev-
ery town and city to canvas for the work.
tco..vi- A!XI (OHIOUT.
Dtt. C. W. CBOZHLVS
Camphor Wash Mixture, '
j Patented July 11, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Natkville Fair in October
last- Warranted to contain nothing ia
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
rTVIE under igoed, having repeattdly been solicited ia
- mase consignment or tne rateni laniinior wasn jin-
tnrr ht, cnouj t0Klt eoan,y l)g ls ,hii
?lV,,e: bul wti: ,n V ,mr' " improved Camphor Wa.h
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this Mat (ex-
cept ia the eouuue where O.e right have n disposed wf)
.h.l In 11.. E(.l. kl.l . - .4 . 1 - . V. - r . 1. I. .nu.ll
mra effectually to make thi arrangement, heprpuMlo
Alabama Into l.iaii
and the reiualndvr K) .
'" win be offered for !. ia..o
dollars will bav on share In the Patent,
. ......... .7
on reniitung tea
to run fourteen
jesrs from July ll,li&4, and ill be at tbe same time lo-
VMt.ug also Ova rfolurs to aw omJ ia the parehase of the
ingredients, advertising and tha nceary xpendKor of
tLe means to prepsra aoal Uiatntmta tha Mixture fear sal.
Consignment will ba made lo shareholders, (who may re
quest It,) and to o ether person, to the amount of their
remitiance. And lhy will be allowed a cumuiision of S3 '
per cent oa their sales, and else their proportion of the
Amiaal exhibit of sale will be made, and dividends of the
pmftts remitted ts earn shareholder. No debt wlU ba con-,
trartrd, nor will the Company be responsible for any, as to
burines win be coodiscted upon the cash system.
Any of those who have purchased patent for eoantia la
thl M.te, can kv Um pnritegaafcxanangiug their rtgh a
r share at tha priww they have paid. This tjchaag viil
be oia.ic at the east of the Patentee. t
It Is desirable to hive at Wast on or mora aeti v share
holder In eaeh county ia the BiaU named. Subscription
for share wtll bw cIumnI by Uat 1st September next. Aud
eoosigomeuu of the Mixture wia b wssta very soon thora
afser. CerttDrates Issurd to sharsWdors, whu wdi request
the Agency, if they drstr It.
The uadarogoad Will act Agent nntij th sharehoidars
elect three directors te serve on year, who will tar th
management wntil Uisir ioaor akaU kas aleeted.
Nepaprs ia Mobile, Montgomery, Torawa, Rants-,
vllfe, Talladega and tsrtaNt, thai wi t pubii-h this tvarc
and at Her 4vrt4aats so the mount of tea dollars, an,
scud Me copy, WUl swoeive shara, Addrna,
C W. CK0Z1 r'R, Paten tew,
Jes t j Kauaviiu, Toa. '
CORN AXD COIJ MILL.
AGISTS TOE THE XAKXS8. .
TXar AgenU for fcUing this evicurated Mill, and wHl
euairtanUv oa nanl a i'ly of eaca oi tlx tiirea
sisaa. No. X, I and 4, at Maaufa-tunir' prica
Attn, Hoej"s Pateat Straw CuUers zi Cora Shelter.
rp-lta AlKKUAN A kUJA. -
By tA Eoward Associativa, PliUialjjJua,
RklDiT ON SPCRMATOatUOlA, or (Wninal WeaAaaws
ImpfMeuor, the view W Unawasa, MaairtuH mr rVlf
Aboae.aud otbav DuraM of theaexaal Oriaaa, wtt aa a-1
toanl of the rroea and WHta 4 ysrSi, u4 valuable '
Arfvue to U At9by. a. t ALifjLfc, M. P Cott
uilusc Btrgatifaf lb Mwarl Assuriatioa, PttUadalpkla,
Pa , a kBvulot laawta esiabli 'bad by fai ao.
r;.l, ih relief al the tea aatd Uaussa4, sgastut wnk)
"ViruicLt and tjaJatoio Ii .' A rf.jr vt in aawve
R'port Via M Mat fey saaii Oa a Vni ,) tn U
charge. hr uti4 TW ) arAAir Utua A4-
drvs. Dr. 0t( R. CALUUOI. KV t AWutk N'ati
f ttilaicUlBttta. law Ku:-d'
I.OIC lALP-iiMnkmsmlMM prs
ts) eaut ef Lot I. liSL Fast trthwr pan. I J
W'aratiael t,i'jix.. aa.iJ tf
BY TELEGRAPH. ;
Niw Orlkass, Oct 29.
Cotton unchanged sale 7000 bales. Fair sugar
Arrival of the Steamer Ariel.
Nxw Tokk, Oct. 29.
The steamer Ariel has arrived.
Since the exhibit of September the Bank of
France has lost $7,000,000.
The condition of the Austrian Government Ex
chequer and also the city bank of Vienna is preca
rious. Ten thousand French off Odessa. The Allies an
ticipate being able to land.
GortschakofT telegraphs that the cannonade
against the Northern Forts is actively kept up, but
without noticeable results.
It is rumored that there is aa insurrection in
The cholera is committing dreadful ravages iu
The Congress to settle the Sound dues is to be
held in November.
LorisviLLC, Oct. 30.
River 4 feet in the canal and falling slowly.
Cincinnati, Oct. 80.
Flour quiet at 8.00. Active demand for wheat; in
ferior red, 1.65. Whisky unchanged, 83. Sugar
unchanged demand moderate. Molasses 37.
THE MOST WONDERFUL
D i s covery of the Age.
fl1UIS remarkable preparation contains no alcoholic stim
J. nlen, no essential oil, nor one unhealthy drug. It does
not color the hair, but aria upan the secretions and secre
tive organs, so a to supply the tormer with the necessary
coloriog matter, and upon the latter, so aa to completely
restore their impaired or lost functions. All thi the propri
etor ha a ripht to say, tor it has done all this for him. At
the age of thirty-seven he wis as gray as the man of sev
enty, and hll bair nearly all UUen off; but he now has aa
i hundant crop, and no person would aver imaaine that b
rvrr had a grav hair; and hi hair is as heft and pliable a
though it had hern recently oiled. That ia not an Isolated
care; It ha done the same lor many oOiers, a tte following
Certificate Abundantly prove,
St. Pacl, Jan. 1, 1S55.
Prof. O. J. Wood Dear Fir: Unsolicited I send you thi
certificate. After being nearly bald for a long time, and
having tried all the hair restorative extant, and having no
laith in any, I was induced, on bearing of yours, to give it a
trial. I placed myself in the hands of a barber and had
my head rubbed with a good stiff brush, and the Restorative
then applied aud well ruldxd in till the scalp wa all a glow.
This 1 repeated every morning, and in three week the
oung hair appeared, and gew rapidly tram August last up
to the present time, and is now black, thick and strong
soft and p'e'ia:it to the touch, whrrea before it waa harah
aad wiry, what little there was of it, and that little waa li
appearing very rapidly. I still ue your Restorative about
twice a week, and shall soon bav a good and perfect crop
of hair. Now I hava rend of these things and who haa
not f bat have never hitherto seen any case in whk-h any
leron's h.ir wa really benefitted by the aid of the hair
tonics, Ac, of the day; and it really gives me pleasure lo
record the result of my experience. 1 hsve rocommenJed
your preparation to others, and it already ha a larpe and
general sale throughout the Territory. The people here saw
its effects and have confidence in it. All who have used it
here will coincide with me In what 1 have written. The
supply you sent us a the wholesale aient of the Territory
is already exhausted, and daily inquiries are made for it.
You deseive credit for your discovery. I, for one, return
yon my thanks for the benefit it has dote me, for I certainly
ad despaired long, long ago of ever effecting any such re
alt. 1 congratulate yuu ti.at your fortuu (and a large one)
is already made.
Yours, hastily, , J. W. BONO.
Ciai rL, 111 , Jun 2T, ISM.
I have ued Prof. 0. J. Wood's Hair restorative, and have
admired its woo.Krf.il fleet. My hslr wa becoming, as I
thought, prematurely gray, but by the ue of bia Keatora
tive, it haa returned it original color, and I have no doubt
permanently so. biD.NEY BREiXB,
Ex-Senator United State.
BaooariBLD, Jan.lS, 1S33.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hair
P.e'torative, it rive me pleasure to say tlat its effect ha
been excellent in removing inflammation, dandruff and a
constant tendency to itetiing, with which I have been troub
led fruin childhood, and haa also restored my hair, which
was becoming gray, to its original color. I hav used no
other arlaole with anything like the same pleaanr and profit.
louis, trnly, J. K. BRAUQ.
114 Market st., StLouis, Mo., March 8, 1553.
Dear Sir i I am doing an extensive travel in the Western
and Southwestern States, as General Agent for Adams'
American Liniment, and would be glad if you would favor
me with a consignment of Pro. Wood's Hair Restorative, aa
I feel assured tuat I can introduce it in many place where
it is not known, as my own bead is a living testimony of it
valuable properties, in restoring hair to ita natural color.
I am forty years old. and my hair waa almost whi.'e, but af
ter using three half-pint bottles, my hat r is a beautiful au
burn as it wa at eighteen, and much improved iu apar
anre, and I would not be without a bottle on hand lor tha
.rice of ten. I should be glad to attend to any matter thai
s connected with the Hair Restorative. I have been for
thirtet n years engaged in the same business, and will be
glad to hear frrra you soon. My address ia Paris. Tenn.
Very respectfully, . WM. B. BROOMS.
W Prepared and sold at 114 Market reet, between
4th and 5th, St. Louis. Mo., and 814 Broadway, New York.
For sale in Narhville, at Maaufacturer's pn-es, by
Also, for sale, Prof. Wood's Oriental Sanative Liniment
and Vegetable Lif- Pills, warranted better than any ether,
or the money in all cases refunded, tie circular for ail ne
cessary Information with agents.
FIFTT THOUSAND Gunny Bags of good quality, In bales
of 250 bugs Received and for rale by
nrtlia-lmdtrwaw II. A B. DOUGLAS A CO.
k 1. 1: i;at
FALL A X D IT IME It GOODS!!
w. a . & j. o. McClelland
ARK rpcnlnr the targast and nmt cbgant stack ef FALL
AND WlMKK .Ov!8 ever offered by them, aad at
pnea that cannot fail lo atinfy the roost fastidious. K par
ticularly ask the attention of Caxh lliivrrs to our t"ck, as
wa are drtermiuial le offer great Inducement te tins clan
tVgant Fhsimed Silks; .
PI iin Moire Antiques; .
' Striped dn; '
" White do, plain and damask; ' " '
" Lt Brocade P ilka;
Plaid r'liks, r ch aDd cheap;
Fttrs super Wack Silks, F.agl brands;
Itk-h Figured, Plalrt and WaiereJ eiiks In Black;
l utri super w.dr Lyons Vaivsta, tor cioaai A ircse
barh French M.dc Lanaa,
" Paid Valenc'aJ;
French Merino, all qaaiiltcs, extra dirap;
Plain Wool DrU:is,
Rich Tiaid Rose Silk.
Luprlrt'i best Win i.r BombaAineai
Super Black Taniise f loll;
K xtra Super Blck llerikos;
EuprrSue Biaa k Cishmre;
M. de Lanec
Best BUck A!pacca, all qualities:
Sur Mourning Si.ks, (no lustrs,)
Biaek Chlnts, Prints, Gicgliamj, Ac, Ac.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, kc,kc
Elch Velvet Ooaks
Moire Antique Tama;
Flegant Cloth Cloaks, In all color;
Cheap t looks, in great variety;
' tVgant Lung fhaws, (iu aU oWor aaj biacfc;)
Genu' Travcknf Shaa ;
Rt -h Scarfs;
Ek-a3l Square Shawl.
HOSIX&T, GLOVES, Aa. ;
Owr tt Jrk ef Hiariory aad Gkssrce I entirv"y eoccplcta, for
I sitisi. Misses, LhiMren, slent and Hoys.
A eoaaptet aawa-tusenl of laimha Wool and Merino Cnder
wear, Sr latdiea, Geau and Children.
oU' Ltoea atoaoas Shlrta and Collars.
STAPLE GOODS. -
Onr Suxk of Siapl Goods very Urg aad eacapleU, esa
braeing every? hlrg eoBipa'.bi wuh go4 UaK and eusufort,
and very cheap. SaUo Lali.a, W4 aad I'oiua OamasS
with Trimming to mach for Curlama svl at vey tow prtoa
ai the MiTftot'OUrAjc sxoKK, H aad (4 College st,
oct 1 mJ ..
(OI .XTIIY .vi:nClIA"TJI
t ir reiuir.deJ thstthav tt-e Wsr.roo
-ki ,,,, iVklT THI NO NAVY AND
MaAbUt In m line f" the Fail Trade, aad wuUs
pkascd to U tacir saaera.
a. J. ruANasco,
Ho. itj patiiic Viar.
' " rLANTESS' HOTEL, . ..
BreaA Street, Aaia, tim.
VfllS saw aad comvitk-s ha, plndiiUy far- (
A BtssVeA, Is aw rar foe lh iweeoon ef viailors, i I
1 M. aiarwun. Proprietor. Mr. Kicaiuoa,BeX JUi
.IIAIi W A.
rOHtST asarlsl rre g ew for WBFAT, COW sad
70S THE IJLDILS-RCE1TED ST EZPSESS.
LADtFJ Super Prvwrt Med a.ir;
- Cucgrvw tieted aootat
" Brows Cungrwa UaRvra.
A fcw daaca baits u th UrtClN s4 very haivtaMoe,
..e4ly JOUN RiMAvrR,
44 CoUrge C
THE AMtRICA wilt leave Paducsh
tor New Orleans oa MONO AY,
The OS. ROBERTSON will leave Nashvi le on SATU R
DAY, 27th, with freight and piasenger for her. Apply lo
JOH.V'ON A WEAVER, tr '
ocll9-td A. L. DAVIS, Agents.
ItEGTJIAS LOUISVILLE AND CD.CLTTNATI
rnn B New LIU Draught Passenif er J
a. pu arcigni ciearacr sls&s
TINC, JIiltos Arxra Master, having
been reeeuily built for tha Cumberland river trale, will run
luriug tha iov water season a above, and to all interme
diate Undine. Order h-ft with her agent (oi freia'bta or
paatCDgera, will meet prompt attention.
, A. HAMILTON, Market itreet, or
H. H. fltRSION, AeenU.
oct23 6m Front st , opposite 3. B. Lauding.
SMTTBXAND, PADTJCAH A50 CAUtO PACKET.
TUIt'i: X IVKEK.
TlTKLIjht Draught Steamer MON- oj, Tl'l . m
TICLI.LO, G. W. Cocch, Master, irrClt'h, J
will run as above until January next, ana m ' i i "Wl'Vi
after whioh she will ply reaularly between this port and
WAITsBORO, and all intermediate landings, order le.t
with her agent for paasage or freight, war all meet with prciu t
auenuon. II. M. MAi;KlSON, I.
oct23-6ia A. HAMILTON, f gc
NASHYTXLE, SOUTHLAND AND PA2UCAH
rTHR Splendid Pavnger Steamer Jt "i I
L BLANCUK LEWIS, 2. Suaw, ,
Master. Thi steamer U nw being '-" v '
finished at Louisville, aud will be here by the 1st of Novem
ber, and run In the ahove trade all the season. Her line ac
commodations for passenger, combined wiih her light
draught, snake her one of the best adapted heats lor the
Cumberland river trade. A. HAMILTON,
ocU2 6m Agent
EEGTJLAE LOUISVILLE, CEXCTNNATI ft NASH
"TV USING the ensuing eaon, the
- cunimuuiuin liKflt U' lUH'i ic IU war-i
1 m .. . .
er, MAiM)LlA, H 8. ScuiDaa, Mas- mm,irt"n-r.
ter; will run regularly as above, and to all iiilermerihuo
landing. Being exceedingly light, (II inches draught) wiih
npeiior accommodation for passengers, and capable of
maaing quick trips, solicits public patronage.
IW Orders left wiih eiiher of tbe undersigned for freight
ciuier tmy wm uieei prompt attention.
11. 11. HARK ISON,
oct2-6iu A. HAMILTON,
RIGTJLAS NASHVILLB AND NEW CHLEANS
rpUE new steamer HCMB0LDT M 1, "l.
x iihi .on Purtnen, Capt. wa. I
CTROHu, John U. Taylor, Clerk.
aat-.T .. V'Wt-sxxBBHs
This steamer it now nnished at Cincinnati, and read t
take her place in the trade.
The Humboldt is entirely a new boat of the Grat c'ass and
built expressly for th Nashville and New Orleans trade
her light drauiihl (drawing only 'id inches water) will enable
her to come wiih a lovl when other ran only come light.
We solic.t for her a share of puh'ic patnmuge.
JOIINMiN, HORK A CO , I ,
JOiiNSoN, WtAVKK A C".. T"-
ect2i-m A. L. DA VLi, U. S. Mad l a -t OfBee.
NASHVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS TAC3LET,
A 11 II It 1 Cl A
"X7TLL rnn the ensuin; season be- ft --
v V twecn the above ports. The I'O.V'fj.
America ha been dked and thor- - --.r; . g-Srl,
ouhly renaired thi fill, and w have no hcsitatu.n in say
ing that she is. In respect le strength, equal to any boat in
the trade. Her cabin haa been thoroughly overhauU-d, and
the traveling community may r- ly on thi boat for a much
comfort as any boat in the trad. Capt. Johnsoo's long ex
penenca in th trade without any aculant, i sufficient so
prove hi superior skill. His attention to paasengers is with
out fault. For freight or paanag apily to tha Captain oa
board, or JOUNboN, Vt KAVER A CO.,
No. K Market st , or to
A. L. DAVIS,
oetlT m t S. Mail Packet Office-. A-enta.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
FcisucDtrrr rt94Dibosit yl
I NASH VII.LE, Capl. Tiiiat. BaxL- rZJ 1,
asTDSR, will k-ava laducah for the aal'1 tfi.i n.7fTra
above port on Sunday, the 4th of November.
The regular packet "Cuba" will leave here n Friday, the
id day of Nuvcmucr, with freighi and passenger far the
KashviMe. A. HAMILTON, I,
octll Id J. A. McALLleTER ACO, APfn,-
ST. L0C13 & NASHVILLE EZQULAS PACKETS.
AUZOXIA, SAL LIS WEST,
Jama MiLLsa, Master. J. N. Co nam. Mailer,
fisur above steamer will run regularly In Ihe St. Louis
A and NhviPe trade during the season. Their accom
modation for passengers are equal to any steamboat on
the Cumberland river, and their respective officer will do
all in their power to add to th comfort of people traveling
with them. A.. HAMILTON,
octll Cm Agent.
REGULAR NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE
r"SHE New Stesmer "SCOTLAND" t
A l iiM ions burthen Captain R. L.
Drsacxsa. This (tearaer. so beinswaaisl T7r
built at Louisvill, will b flushed by the luth November,
when she will tak her p are in th trad aa a rv-gular packet
The Scotland is sn enlire'y new bnal ol the first class,
aad built exclu-ively lor the Nashville and New Orleans
trade her l.ght draft enabling her In come w.th a load when
other can come only light. We solicit lor her a share of
public patronage. A. HAMILTON, I
JOHNSON, HORNS CO., f Atats-
tf We want to hire tO es;re as dwk hand and
Bremen for U s above boat. oetlO m
NASHVILLE AND CIS CINNATI PACKET.
rpUK New Ll.ht Draohl Steamer, al S'-' ,t
A iirvvNTVrfirv rL-itH
p. k. i;ii st m.... -fc": i.-aA-.'Jr
V IDIeav Nashville every oiher JnU. at o'etnuk. P.At,
i rtr. nunue in tradedurlng season. A. HAMILTON,
ct3 m Agent.
1AII.Y I.I.r OK PACKETS
ifwty iiSJS1 larV1 ,
sail Tm j .'a m--i ytj
A LID A. CCBA. ROCIt CITY.
For tmlthland, Padacah, Louisville aai St. Louis.
pOS ECTI Nd at Paducah with UulsviU aad St. Lou's U.
V 8 Mill Boat.
Leave Nashville Monday and Tharsdavi, at ltl o'chvk, A.M.
KTILt.TIElt tl III
Leave Naah vllle on TuenUjs and Fridays al 10 u'ciock, A Jt.
lTi'.A.Vi:iC IIUIK t i l V
leaves Nahvia en Wcdaesftay and 8af.ir.1ljv, 10
o'ciork, A. M.
The aliov boat are of light draught and bare g oi accom
modationa for paaacnger, and wUI run regui-.r'y in t Cunt,
herland Rivrr Trade. Onwof them leave Nashviire evtry
day, exeept funday, at IU 'clock, A.M. A. HAMILTON.
- ocl3- jut Agent.
SASH vi 1.1.1: Ai. ?IC.VIPIII1
UNITED STATES HAIL PACKET XINE.
fcjiw Vf ti
CLINK. joni SIMPSON. CTTT o UCNTa VILLI
.ffeatplilsH New Orlearnw
THI- WEEKL r.
TVTT tt.lendld new paaeng r teamer CTTT OF lll'HT.
L VILLE, Caauta, Mutax, Icatv aahvUle Vry lluB
day at s'el rk, p. m.
J. G. CL1.M, Jaa. Datw, Maater, leaves HashvOle every
WedUy at o'clock, p-au
JOHN SIMPSON. Jaca DaviB. Master, leaves NaJavfr.
vary Friday at o'tlocsi, p. a
Cuonretlng al rwooeau wiut nw oauy laimiwmi
Loul Tailed State Mail Boat, ami at Mrmi his w.ih t!
spWndid N w 1 'rkrana stean-er BoiiaUa, H. K. W. Hill, Gu.
Collier and lnroaar-
ThacenimKlst' jn ef thi lio cannot be satranwrd. and
n.M.n ..r. ii fnj tl be tu the MeadieU B-sajis wj uavwi
freight erpasaag apply la
A sW PAIS,
ct) A. 11AMU.TO.V,
WHEAT WANTED. ' -
FIFTT THOrSASiB M'SHEL WHEAT WASTED, tb
whjck tae kighcal prW is CAKH wll be paid.
ekYMOL'K, FANI0 A CO
IrC ; Cnraer Martttai.d Cireh atrial.
. m. i 1 1
Ta Hholf sale Crott rs,
xv, sii:iiT:DiTit 1
OFFfRS FOR HALF, at hi T il aa : '-4ey , 4
tU.r,f .rrt, F1HL1AI Ht.NiaX KjXl luikAv
CO f f foUoWt! rhwiu braad ;
Vfct NfCTAil LAUF, t (oavLaate.
fl di I1L
P.1DE OF TUB porril, a av .
U. a. LAkaVsit N CXkZD,
II, MnUtiAN, do
JOHN LYoVV "
H.V,W N'-THiNO, J
J. C- HoltMl FIVES.
SOLX tlATlir TV-i A-, M ad W la., el PaiJ.
Artvtm Marafacarw. T"T La-1 ""
h.g Trosiaa aad stoaaa.aad tarfa aawovusHrB
ti i aai lew M4 Tea.a. ...
UalUer, Waierpruof, Vrlvrl aa4 Tafs-strj bmm.
AtMand otw Laa'her Va!ia.
Kl. U. fess? asivgy Trwak aad Talis. '
innptaa. Jatwctl jouS kUMAUa,
rtS-t c"l .
S.: rU S - I
I" J .-.'j-' -J '
rise GCT.E watci:i: and jfueiat at ArCTIC.V.
TH?P,Tuelsv Ewnioe.Oet :ih.sr..l to-morrow Q
renin, .t I o'clock, we .-had ofier -he fr.,
lot Of GOT.l WATl'H -S rvcr r-!wl in :hji nir. 1,M"f
eeta-risi05 t-U NW'.i.e. from the rao,i ce.
makavs; Lng'.h Lever, A:., hor lever Ml teniae
Wat.-l A ; oP-n ar..! Ku-.in. .seme exrra tGea
va Waie).ea;ibvr.rladt-: al. 2 G .h,.-rd Aest
auif F.Cha:,Hr..e-B.tPa4, ' "it', u' K'
r.r.crkts. Locke'?. Ih ..!-, fens uh I f'1,1''' -;
title ,.itlve.- without rerre. hci..g tfce sto. k of a dea er
declinine bafiness. ,Kery arfe'e warrant, d a- renresenv.
or no tale. GI!'lren wi-tdng u inp-; . tn.- s--e, or
make T-ur htes at trv:e sa.e, r invi'ed t ewm.ne du
ring the d:y. . tKNJ. F.
No. 42 PuhUcrqenre,
net'S-it ; r-erste Pt-ater-' ba"-.
jIOO KIV. AItt.
UANtWATon Monl:j t-:gM, tlie ttst insi., white !w ti
empToyrreit of Mr. O.i'-s kl L Martin, of 'hi city,
TWONKGKO itN. ncl JIM an t Al Hi ill'. They '
ahisxt twenty ni y-r o so': er dark e -n plexirji: tiJ
with t-heta a new suit ct n.')-, made of arern efctnt',
and new silk hars. J L 31 11 ai-out five fteii:t.t inches
hiKfat weigas alwsti 1-" i: ei' iorne.1. h-ea foreoewl an t
pleaoiec countenaoci", suealm q i k when spokio to:
raised in W iiiism.-on ccntv ty lai iusa Pitw.v. AU'BKT
te about 5 foet I itHihe lush: weiahi about IVj lbs r oun.1
face, good couaieu: ee, wiih sr.i.ill round ye; speits
vaU er slow wh-:n tr-'ei to; ra' i.r art bucible Unikii)-negro;
wa railed by Cel. Tiiotr.as W.diam-, ci Mootg'nery,
Aia- 1 wit: give the 1 hjvt icwarii rt they are Ukca aud
aeewred tn toat 1 gel tu--m.
niy2ltr C. L. NELsOS.
sTj??tii!E:rr of friight TARirF.
' ' "" f-l Prl'.lNTiNDfNrS OrFiCr. ?
r - Sitvv-zr. . rmTnrvci eit.Kor, Oct. le, 1.3. I
! fYS and a.t. r F 'L tl'.V V, V- tu iu--t., Gnia aud Fiour
r W over the NsV""K- end Chattaporja Railroad UI le
j chsrjtd at rales as tV.. r, :
Stations to Clia:uincef''. -
j I"rom "I, l.tve-xae and
fr-vr" 1 ..l'-i c's. 9 cts. 6 c's. 45cfs.
" )U hx-iNW, Chr.wlsRa .
j n.lFo.i-en.ltr 44 8" "
; " BeUbuekle, a'tr .ce. hel-
bvv.lleand Ni.rnatn.lv b " t 3 " 85 "
s " Tullahoitia, K-'tii's pi Inirs,
I DethertHndtVwan I " 6 " 6 SO "
1 " Tfcr.Ul' n, An.lrr.on and
Steverson C " 9 4 43
' " BrMgepert. biieiintcund att
Whi.e-:de 5" 4" 8" SI"
Etations to Nashvillrt.
Frm Gi'iwci, Fh!'-,r. :r I,
and Uhi:ei.'e " 9 " 0 " 43 "
Br.dperors, S'venx n, An-
dor-on and Tsnt n 9 " i " t 4) "
" Ci wan, V re' fed. F?:ii .
JrIr,c and -rr-a. .. W T " 3 " S3
" Nornr-dv, Wtrtrf'-, Mirl-
brvilVan-IM-'o-ti-'ic-.... T " 0 3 " TO
Toe-v lie, Cnri-rs.rit and '
iUl..'iorfclw..' ft 4 .1
Fn-rcnt.-. ui.a ai. 1 La-
vennc .". " 4 " S " Cd "
F"our at tiie h i y to h. v -e? -. tr-ts & rev. ntv
ffve barrel au-t r;iwi,..l-, s atj. tir e, ' '-n in 13. ndar.li
tie, Sve rnt ;ir 1 ,.rr-l to I ad K';irrin sv-V wi:
be transporttd on tht" -.-tiue terms, VH u t. h rard an l
c.hnrf. t as one t.irr-i. II. 1. ANUK-.SoV,
tewl't' Sup ru.it-n.Unt.
Itiitk L.'t-g tn-, r. eivv. 1 to day
&. Cul.'t,- e ptre: t.
EE iVSTDJ.CLIVLD, i) YE (f LITTLE FAITH.
'fi ! im: tM fM.IC.
Anr.Cf.r ifr.-K"?rr0N vt. '
II'O t t'int t'.e . .-iea ...;d t.y me aa the COX.
I'AVU HiN'. LX t-I.A.-aro it sajtio r'ieUi ihe'e
known in th.' city at the ti in I ri-Llr; ami or the beu
tlii of thee luterrrUd wii; ki. a try sta.uou n.tj) ,
One ilitmlr.d liwilnr.
S. 1. Prj'. n. Il.-f tt f A-fvrertr h; r-r-c-s. T'8 art
eV for xl.ii-li y,.u have pvd -n d :!-r I l!l sell for ten.
TWe for wl.icl, ti.g have on.S Sve, I wji n f. r f ree, in
ail rom war untitij: mmr t. t.- the same i(n-lry of liliinaes,
the quatitv of o.iai en'iel, tin t wtr-n.ii..t ip superior.
oru. 0.1. r:rw no-.i.-e mat I se:i Ir e.i.-h. as rrv nrlera
J. H.OW FR;
41 I'nfon rt.
CASH FOR mY.T.
t TT. sr r-ep.-rd to v ihe H I O II F .ST MARKET
v rurcr. for Ulinii nnd urn, at the N. -h.
Vil'e Cir Milia, nnd im 11 the lit ;rjrr. ti irve as
a call htfcr'- i.e.d: rW !,rre. likri we shall b pre.
parni t . esrvianj," Fl.-r forMfieiir on si rh Urm ai w ill
be .-uttira...ry. m HAMMOND A CO.
N. B. wc ri'! piv Id jK-r eet.t auove Ca niuik!
arice for Wheat clean d throou
CHILD'S tHAHf SEPARATORS.
jell watrwtf o. II. A CO.
IWI?!f to buy .ia or c.urtit gool smooth youn Nerrwes,
fruui Id U J'. A!.i, 10 g' O-i Carpenter and a Brik
RKW W. PoRIIkX.
T&e taa Luuraace Company ct Hartford.
C?:arte red 1819.
CASH CAPITAL l.'-Ofl.W.
TH0. A ALEXANDER S'y TU0. K. LaVACS, Prvsl.
Bute Mutual P. ft M. Irrrrance Co. i Pa, .
A. i. 61LLKTT, Sec'y J. P. RLTnt!tF07D1Pr'l
New York Life Insurance Cotapasv.
ACCCMCLATtD CAPITAL lsMsHi.
FLINT F&MLMA.N, Actuary. .MCRK13 VRAM RLIN, Pre t
F.r, Mat lne, Inland .'lull aud Life Hsk takit at equltabM
'a to. Ijy-vJ JOekfU NAaH.AgwBt.
A. J. FRANCISCO.
KANTJIAamrS AND IIAIXR EI
HATS, CAF:S & LADIES1 FURS,
S3 Public Siiure.
OlLnG Of thi: 11 II M 1.1 SOX.
LADIES' TA3CT DRIES FURS.
Capes, Talmas, JiIlxTs, Vic tor inr s and Cafs
Carriage Ecls, IcctUuCs, Limine
ar.I Fur Trircminp.
I.AI'lL will uear in mind tint the
t-.r-.B acTwnt of LAPIK-S' ANl'
"-"VMlffh.' IX" KS, a
re now reaoy lor
ixi.43.uou at the iur i.mporiu'0 of
A. J. FRANC IS0O.
No. id If mum S-iiara.
rn MT AtTCMX fTVLE OF M0LI-
htviv II AT roS !:, !j now ready
for ii.-pert.on at No. M PulMHl
Hqwar. Tho wk w i.H an el'-glut
L'itr.d HAT ar lnv.Le.1 tu call and leave ,
alieir orders eanv. Tho who Itrft their I
orders dur:iig th wetk, will find their I'sts ready fee
..livery lu-day. A. J. FRANCISCO,
octl i No. to I'tibtic Suare.
ONnosj PKE, l lliiHN HLNC.ARIW,
hv the at
THE B'til. AND I'FAKL ALH..M
The are rntirvly new sfrlf. of goods worth
lion of all aha d.t:r imeUiiuj tasty in the list line.
0tIJ A. J. iRA.NCLSCO.
C Al'Nf A1nM CAIs!!t
x rrv;! isii uovs 1 l"T;i and ilu-5?!-
IVl OAl't. t eve
r-eivfi eci't ri-w
it-- r: '; 1; r d rj .' 'y, t i: f ""-
r.lr at th- A-l! ALU.
HAT KMPVRUM, N.-. 'i Pal.-iciiuare
WM. M L1VTG?. & CO.,
. 13 Sou iLern WHurf,
Clinrlcoton, 3. O.,
TOR THE SALE OF
"cstcia HEtl ScKtLcin rrcdnce.
WM. M. I. A WTO V, )
S. W. ACOT, (
aogT irl m
J. T. DttL,
WLU'BOKN LAWT0N, Jr.
itrAVTrn-I wi h to ttu-t:5.Ae FITTF LAND WA
I UMi, for liMLii I wui vy U.e kr.r-i aierscl price
K. A. PALLt WE,
aagS G-al. Ara; ho. II Leaderiek fv
HOLMES & STONE Y,
Ii)tA (o' i uai(.
CII MIL i;STOa, sS.C.
PJ Will tt.d tr Ui mt..m ut COTTON, FLOCK,
(.I'.ALV, Ac. cr oihr Prolate.
.Agent P!u.iuj L a New Tk I ia.
aagia Uiw.iu .
HAS a larxe aaai Cswrr"-i' Warvawsw las- 'M
wtvlu nwt " 11 " 1 1
V aaww. afe Svti-.eea wf k ktoonl Ck
-I " . . ml U . tsJev A Cfwelett.
H... Wy. "lU fow.a j.1 wr taaauaaaasiw
c0r lua: -
A. v. a LR !:.,
a i:-u - a uiut.
a". .. - - J !t..r?a,
Aftet l:Mrt ass. t- K jrt ad L A. T.
S. Ur w 1 . b d ri eoi jeat, sad C. . anew, S-vr
tsa i'vaapaaf pwa-atlv erxae.iW. a4
UM taw ( f ktV e t "I
r-t.i tif awitofcrua ift S-sa tat a.l. I
ha les-siwa of U.a Bv .U w iwton '"
tr pa ' " Jta
- istf eaweauty v.q t , ; ;UiT
C. W. .sc.Sru! . B.,f
ar : -aw