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mOI. V Ifl" OV. Iff.
Protection of Life on ailroad.
There are fu! jeeta connected with the rnan
'agement and working of railroads, looking to
the protection of the lives and the promotion
of the comfort of passengers and employees
on railroad?, which properly come within the
province of Legislative action. Some of the
newspapers and their correspondents in the
Northern State", are discussing the propriety
of requiring railroad companies to make a
board fence on each hide of their roadc, at
least six feet high, to prevent cattle from get
ting on the track, with a flag man constantly
rUtioned at each crowing. If this were done
and we presume no one would question the
right or the propriety of requiring it railroad
traveling could be rendered comparatively pe
c.ure, as it would almost entirely, if not quite,
prevent the numerous clues of accidents from
obstructions on the road.
Again: The press are called upon frequently
to announce the death or horrid maiming of
some unfortunate passenger or employee on
come one of the railroads of the country,
caused by falling between the cars, or by being
rlrutt'Ti unrlr t!A s-liAcla in i.fKii.atri.ein.r ti e.if
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on or off whilst the trains are in motion.
Public opinion seems to hold railroad compa
nies guiltless for euch accidents, for it is one of
their regulations that no person shall pa-from ;
car to car while the train is in motion, nor at- j
tempt to get on when starling. Not withstand-1
ii;g this is a regulation upon every railroad, j
there is no fact Hunceptiblo of better attesta- j
tion, than that passengers are often compelled j
to pas from car to c.ir, when tLe train is in
motion, for the purpose of obtaining scats. I
And it often happens at the regular eating sta
tions, particularly on lines where the trains
are run at a great speed, from being behind
time, passengers are scarcely allowed to com
mence eating before the whistle is sounded for
starting; and then follows the rush to get on
board, and the train starts before it is possible
for all to get fairly on board, much less reach
their seats, without risk. Now, if railroad
companies can, at a email expense, prevent all
accidents from such causes, is it not clearly
thfir duty to do so, and can they be held
wholly blameless if they fail or neglect to take
the proper precaution to prevent euch acci
dents? We ask attention to the following de
fciiption of an invention which has been in
troduced on the New York Central road, for
the comfort and safety of passengers and em
ployees on that road. The New York Courier
and Enquirer gives the following description
of the invention alluded to :
The plan U one of great simplicity, and we bare
the best authority, from competent and wellknowo
railroad officers, for pronouncing it effectual for ex
clu'iing the dust, and so deafening the noise of the
heels as to render conversation easy and agreea
ble, even to an invalid. Whilst the doors and win
dows are left free to be opened or closed at tlie
option of the r attsongers, the ventilation is pt-rfeet
without iiiinaturul draught. By the adoption of tliis
plan, no eitia resUtanee or impeditiiei t is opi'Oed
to the running or drawing of the train. The p!au id
to eiu'lo-e the sidea of each car, from the till to
within a few inches of the track, willi wood, in a very
ne it and substantial manner, having sli ling doors
Gfipitsue the trucks, rendering any portion of the
Lam vd-y of instant access tor any purpose. At
la .-hod to t'm maid platforms ol each car are false
platforms, which are hj arranged as to allow of the
tree work of the cars around curves. These faltie
platforms are kept extended by means of springs,
ud are uiiiJe in a vrry substantial manner. The
passage ways being covered with boiler plate iron,
.with chain guards at the sidiM, the palace from
car to cur is rendered perfectly safe. Ti e sides to
theK- phrhiim are enclosed In like) manner, thus
fori'uing a coinpletu trunk or tube beneath the car
from front to tear of the train, whilst the speed tf
the train c;iuiig a draft of air, the dust is forced in
a cloud out at the rear end of the train. In making
up the trains, a new invention is al-s used for coup
ling, by whieh the car readily connect oil being
aimply pushed together, thus doing away witli the
necessity and danger of going between the cars to
connect them. To di-conneu't the ears "imply re
quiie the drawing of the pin in the usual manner.
It will thus be seen that by the use of this very
simple means the dust mid the iioie are exclude! to
the great coiulort of the traveler, and it is rendered
iiuposMtde lor any one to get under the wheels, or
between the cars, eveu by the most recklexs careless
ness. The only way any one can, by possibility,
pet und.r the wheels, U by going forward of the
No, we hold that there is no possible excuse fir
any Ktiiroad Company allowing their pa-eugers or
employees to tie killed or maimed from the causes
named; lor in this method there is the means of pos
itively preventing any such aeci leut. At the same
time, the expense ol applying it is very tiifling, and
as a hrge "toi k holder i:i the Central Railroad very
justly remarked, one man's aru is worth more than
tho entire cot of fitting out any route. If Ilailroad
Coinp 'li es iio not care to much f. r the coinfrt of
pasg.Mijers, they are bound, in Cummo'i Law, to
provi le every means for their aaiety; and if by adopt
ing this ciiuple method, ao much ca'i be aeeured lor
the comfort and safety of passengers, we think no
Kaiiroa I Company can heaitata to adopt it. Our
Object in this article being to call public attention
to crying evil, and to point out a sure and perfect
remedr the oi;e spoken ol is no t x jieriment; it ha
been thoroughly tested, and prove. ! iieelf to answer
admirably the puipoi.s iuunJed.
ftjy iTr. llowtll, of Jbdiiuiore, has invented
h preparation for the immediate detection of j
photographic counterfeit notes. The article is
lJijhly approved by the officers of the banks
in ibat city. The Sun says it is a mixture of!
re-hgeuts, by which tlm sal's, indispensable to
the photographic process, arc decomposed upon
the slightest touch of the liquid, and a while
aurfaco appears ; at the mine time the te-t a
pliesl to a genuine note is harmless as water
aud leaves not the slightest mark behind it.
TWrroN'ED. The Southern and Western
Commercial Cunveulion, w Licit adjourned at
New O: bans in Juuoary last to meet in Itich
inond,. Ya., soine time In this mouth, has been
pos-tpoued to.the 30th of January iu-xt.
Tkack Latino Commcncxp. The Mcalinn
villa KuterprUe, of the J5'h insf., learns that
- the track laying Las Uvn commenced on the
. McMinnville and Manchester Kailroad, and
tliut the woik wi:i be prtsstd f. rw ftrd to umi-
The Supremo Judgeship.
We notice the following expression in an ar
ticle on this eubject in tLe Central Democrat,
published at Jackson :
Mr. Bullock is the candidate of the Know
Nothing party he himself is a member of the
"V- 1 - .1 1 1 . I. a ,a t-tin Kw rl.am I
' . ! ,. j . - ' of the Supreme Court, cornea off on Saturday, the
as their candidate. i . L .... , . '
, . . . , i r 1st da? of December, 18o5, and as yet tut very
We have seen the same statement before,, . - . ' ' '
.... . , , little interest is manifested by the people in relation
either in the same paper, or elsewhere. We I . '
, . ... to the important question, wiiOBUall be his succes-
have no hesitancy in saying that the editor of r
the Democrat lias been misinformed, at least as ,. , --,- ; ,
, . , . Two applicants are now before the people for
far as any movement of that kind m this re- j posUionM;CBjjll Bul!ock, whose name heads
gion is concerned. A large majority of the ; cle, and Wm. R. nrrU.
Bar and the people of Aliddle Tennessee, irre- We have thought thta ,nitter 0Teri and op0n
spective of party, prefer Archibald Vrightt : malure t-onsuleration, believe that the interests of
Esq., of Memphis, and we doubt not will vote tie community will be beet promoted, by the
for him. elevation of Micajah Bullock to this responsible po-
Fl&lform of the American Party of Alabama, j In Uicaj.,i, Bullock resiled in the coun
The following platform of the American j tT 0f Bedford, in this part of the State, and he is
party of Alabama Was adapted by the State Weil remembered out there, as we are informed, for
Council of the American party of Alabama, ' his gentlemanly bearing, his kind aud courteous
at an extra eescion of the Council, held in the
city of Montgomery, ou the 13lh day of No
l!e(Jvol, That we regard the Philadelphia Plat
form as a political compact entered into, by the
North and the South, with the hope of giving peace
and stability to the Union. But the spirit of that
compact Laving been violated by the passage of
Resolutions trenching on our rights and equality,
by several of the State Councils of the Xorth, we
do now, therefore, declare, that we deem it neces
sary aud proper clearly and fully to define the po
sition of the American party of Alabama; repudi
ating every construction of the duties and obliga
tions imposed by the constitution and rules of any
pot tion of the "National Organization" violative
of, or conflicting with, the principles hereinafter
avowed. And that all the pa-s words, secrets, signs
and ceremonials which may heretofore have beeu
observed, are hereby abolished. Discarding, there
fore, non-essentials, we will but the more steadfastly
adhere to our organization, aud the holding and
maintaining of the following more fully expressed
ca. final principles of the great American party.
Fiitsr. A strict construction of tho Constitution
of the United States.
Skcosii. Stern and unswerving devotion to the
Union tinder the Constitution as above construed ;
and unceasing resistance to all factious and section
al attempts, emanate whence they may, to weaken
Titian. Congress has no power to legi.-Iute upon
the question ol slavery in the Slates where it ex
ists, or to exclude any State from adti bsion into the
Union because its Constitution does, or does not,
recogniza the institution of tlavery, or to abolish
slavery in the Distiict of Columbia. Tho Fugitive
Slave law should be maintained and rigorously en
forced. No law or regulation shall be altt mpted
by Congress touching the question of slavery in the
Territories; but that it shall cense to agitate the
question of slavery in any form. We regard a
strict adherence to the principles and views of this
section absolutely essential to the peace and perpe
tuity of the Union; aud we do pledge ourselves,
one to the other, that we will affiliate with i,o par
ty, nor support any man for oltiee, under the gov
ernment of the State, or of tho United States, who
does not publicly and unequivocally avow the prin
ciples ot this section, without change or abate
ment. Fot'RTn. All foreigners who have come to this
cotiiny, under the guaranties of our laws, and have
been properly and legally naturalized according to
existing forms, are fully and legilly entitled to all
the civil and religious privileges conferred by our
constitution and laws; and shall be fully and effect
ually protected in them.
Finn. A radical change in the Naturalization
laws is required by the exigencies of the country,
so as to affect all foreigners coming into the coun
try, alter its enactment, and to prevent the trans
portation and immigration of paupers and criminals
of other countries.
Sixth. Americans should give laws to America.
Skvsnth. Entire religious liberty holding that
all men have a right to worship God according to
their own consciences, we will maintain a strict sep
aration of Church and State, and oppose all higher
late men, whether papal or protectant; aud that all
men who hold or acknowledge a tight to violate the
Constitution, uudtr any pretence of civil privileges
or religious belief, or whose allegiauce to the Con
stitution is subject to be absolved by any foreign
power on earth, are wholly uufit to hold office in
this republican country.
Eioiith. Practical economy in the administration
of public affairs. State and Federal.
N'.nth. Opposition to old party hacks and dem
agngues, and the promotion to office of men honest
Ttsni. Puritv of the ballot box and peace at
elections; the right of each citizen to his political
opinions being inalienable.
Ei.kvkmh. No step backward from the Georgia
Who ia to Bit Ci.ekk? The question as to
who is to be Clerk of the House of Represent
atives seems to engage a large share of the at
tention of letter writers front the metroKtlis.
A correspondent of the New York UeraU,
writing from Washington, November 5, says :
It is conceded here by politicians that Hon. Wm.
Cull im, of Tennessee, will lie elected t'leik of the
next Mouse of Representatives. He is certain of
the Southern Know Nothing and entire Northern
anti Nebraska vote. Hon Ilarvy M. Watterson is
not, nor has he been, candidate for the Clerkship.
l-T" At a recent term of the Superior Court
of Jackson county, North Carolina, Judge
Manly decided that a person professing the
doctrines held by Universalis!, is an incompe
tent witness in the Courts of that Slate.
A Heavt VEitmt'T. A cae has been on
trial for several days in the U. S. District Conrt
of Ohio, Judge McLean presiding, in which M.
II. Cook fc Co. eued the county of Hamilton
fr damages fr a violation of a contract en
tered into between themselves and the county
Commissioners, for the construction of a Court
House iu Cincinnati. After some progress had
been made in the work, the county Commis
sioners interfered, annnlled t he contract, and
proceeded to fiuish the building under their
own miiteriutendenoe, nt an additional cost to
tho ciunty of some $300,000 or 100,000.
Messrs. Cock Si Co. got a verdict for $15,405
81 which, with $17,405 previously paid them,
makes $02,900 81 lost lr the county. This
was done under Ietnoc-atic management.
Consolidation h tiik Hickman and OiWMiv.n anti America-t nujaiities, and every Demo-
11. II. AI Nasiivii I.K A X I N. W. Kaii.uoai.
The Trenton Jvuriml ways: "At a meetinjr held
!u Hickman, nt which the Nashville and North
western Hai'road Company w as represented by
Col. John A. Gardner and H. L. Claiborne, and
the Hickman and Ohio IUilroad by A. P.
Kingfttn, O. F. Yonng, and K. H. Kaqua, a
cuiisolid t'i.in w as effected between the two
roads. TiiO stuck of the lllckiu m aud Oi.io
Uailroad is transferred to the Nashville and
Northwestern lioad. The road is to be finished
aud the cars running in six months, on condi
tion that the citirefis of Hick-man ruise $10,000
to make up for deficiency in payments by
Orrict HoLPtaa to rat Diocatic X atiomai.
Cusvcktioii. A Uttr writer from Boston ay:
Mr. Riley, formerly a Uuited State Marshal of
this district, ha been chowu a delcgata to tli Cin
cinnati CsMivaiiiioo, by the admiuUiratioa men of
our Fourth Coiigrrsrioual liiatrict. Th Fouitb dis
trict, for a wonder, baa aot an ofc holder in Its
4-lr gallon. Th nuiubrr of office bolder tie ted
to tha Cincinnati Convention la very lag. Aniocf
them arw tha Collector of Rutn, tha Poatinastcr
of Salrm, the Superintendent of the Armory at
Kr'ug3cl.L, the Collector ol nartis'.able, th Post
master of Loarll, the Naval tlRjerr Of Uoston, SB
the bitri-t AtUHCey one fourth of tb wboia
lauibcr, aud sow iwU alMtad,
The following communication is from one
of the most talented and able lawyer, and one
of the most popular men in Middle Tennessee:
Supreme Judge Jfficajah Bullock, of Madiaoa.
1 The election ot Judge, to supply the racaocy
created by the resignation of Hod. A. 0. W. Totten
manners, and his earnest devotion to his profession.
Years have elapsed since that time, and the recol
lection of his virtues 6ti!l lingers ia the memory of
those who knew him.
Upon the bench, we are satisfied that he will
bring to the performance of its duties a clear and
well cultivated judicial intellect, an honest heart
and unflinching integrity, and that he will deport
himself towards all connected with Lira officially,
with courtesy and kiudness.
Therefore, we are for Micajih Bullock, and
would be glad to see hiui elected.
For the Nashville True Whig.
Meeting of tie Lebanon Bar.
At a meeting of the members of the Bar of
Lebanon, held this day, on motioD, W. L. Mar
tin, Esq., was called to the chair, and Jordan
Stokes appointed Secretary, when the Chair
man announced the olject of the meeting.
Thereupon the following preamble and resolu
tions were offered, and unanimously aud cor
dially adopted :
Whkrkas, The resignation of tho Hon. A. W. 0.
Totten iias treated a vacancy in the Supreme Court
to be filled by the selection of some member of the
Bar from the "A'estern Division of the State; that
the members of the Bar, as well as the People at
large, are deeply interested in having this vacancy
filled by the best talents and legal attainments that
the Western DivMoD can supply; and in the absence
of any decisive action on the part of the people and
Bar of thi-tseotion of the State, we, the members of
the Bar at Lebanon, deem it to be our duty as well
us our right, to express our opinion as to the person
who shall be elevated to the position; and whereas,
without the expres.-ion of any opinion us to the fit
ness ud qualifications of other worthy gentlemen,
whose names have heeu mentioned in connection
with this position, we recognize in the elevate!
character, sterling integrity, and high legal attain
ments of Archibald Wright, Esq., of Memphis, a
suitable man for the vacant Judgeship of the Su
lltmtlvel, That we recommend to the cordial sup
port of the people and the members of the Bar in
other .arts of the State, the name of Archibald
Wright, Esq., for the vacant seat on the Supreme
Bench, and assure them that in our opinion he is
eminently qualified for the arduous duties of the po
sition. Jlrxohdl, That in the absence of an express de
clension of Mr. Wright, and trusting that he will
not decline the honor if tendered to him by a vote
of the people, w will use all honorable meaus to
secure his electiou.
Jifsvlued, That these preamble and resolutions be
published in the Herald, and Nashville papers, aud
a copy of them forwarded to Mr. Wright.
We copy the following Irom the Washington
.dmrnt-art Organ, of the U'th inst.
Ou yesterday, an individual, well known in this
city, by the name of Kobeit Jones, and who bad
been In ot.r paper of the preceeding day, advertised
by an American Council in this city, as a betrayer
of the confidence reposed iu him by the American
Order, called to see us, aud complained of the in
justice done him by the insertion of the advertise
ment. The only point denied by said Jones, was
the statement that he had been duly "initiated;"
yet, he admitted, in the presence of a dozcti persons,
that he had frequently visited the Councils in this
city; had been elected instructor to oue; had made
an American speech in Priuce George's county,
Maryland; had deceived the late prorietors of this
paper, and thus obtained a responsible position iu
this otlice; that he had practised deception and
hypocrisy upon them, and had gained admission to
the Aiueiicau Councils by declaring that he was a
member of the Order, and a faithful advocate of
American principles. Our readers must parlor, us
for prostituting our columns, with the mere mention
of this mau's name, we would not be guilty of such
an offence against deceu'-y and morality, wi re it not
that an opportunity in thus affords us to expose, in
part, the tricks and low means to which this admin-i.-traliou
will resort to accomplish its purposes.
Be now holds an office, aud was appointed to the
same by P. G. Washington, Assistant Secretary of
the Treasury, and his appointment was recommend
ed by the Editor of the Hilar, and the city post
master. The administration has used him as a tool to ae-cninpli.-h
ceitaiu ends. We mean now to handle
him as an instrument to expose these very ends,
and we say very frankly, that no threats of suits
for libel can muzzle this press, or drive us from
our purpose. The deep, damning iniquities of this
administration, and the miserable means to which it
has resorted to persecute American citizens in this
city, whose only crime was a love of country, will
always receive a bold and feailesa exposition at our
Such men has the administration appointed fo
office; such men has it rewarded with responsible
positions under the government, such characters
has Franklin Pierce taken by the hand and welcomed
into the Democratic fold; such characters has the
tools, pimps, aud hirelings of this administration
used to detect Americans and to expose them to
the wrath of such compeers as Peter G. Washing
ton. To what will this administration sloop? To
hat will it not desceud?
Is it a Wnto Taint f The anti-American press
has essayed to show that the American party was
a Whig Uii k that Americana were " Wtigs in
disguise." The recent American triumph in Mary
land clearly showa the utter falsity of these charges.
The Americans have carried the four Congressional
districts which wera represented in the last Cou
gress by administration men, and have lost th two
districts which were represented in the last Con-
irress bv two Whi'M. Thw VhL counties have
emtio county in the Male, with but two exceptions,
has given American majorities. Baltimore city and
county, which bav heretofore bnen Democratic by
Urga uiajoiitiea, now aeud to Congress two A meri
cans, and to the Maryland Lecislature sixteen
American Representatives. Washington Organ.
Notice rvaa ScnoomaSTia. The following ad
vertisement iu tha " Ban k or Ji fferaoniaii," speaks
well for the 'ed location" in lloleaton, a town on
the bolder of Maine, celebrated as the residence of
a distinguished school director or two:
Notisk!!!! Trathir Wtnitid The scute . In
Uolettou bvin out of proceptor (the bust oue bavin
bea discharged fur waul of ioeorapeiivenawa.) No
watt nede aply without tha hv the follerin kwalli
ferkasun, to whit: Tha must not be agin the mod
ereigul uc of licker, koa tuna of lb skowlers air
ddycated to be lit-kef dealer. Naw we rfnnt wartit
nobodi witch belongs to no church seen a bow that
would pregerdi teh miurs of the children aa uieuny
up hear dout beleeve no tutch thing. IU must pro
due aatisfacturre eviden that he ia agin all fanny lio
abor!ihertiei.ta which hev toe ofUu destroyed and
dixaolva owe glorious noun. Rytiu niuat be tort,
and outber byer branch tx.
Pose Skiipt It ia rxpectod that lb a teacher wil
Kit bis hi alia inchoored, in ordure thai titer tu
bo no toterupahaoa v tho akul.
X It A It ti. IX.
TN OAK TASStD UEATHIK Btl-TlNfl. TV wSarrl.
jll Uf era a 1st uf abnut IfeM itot of prtm oak tasavd
; trainer eiuaf . ia twmt ixhw iw to uata, at oust
I orteoi af frw Terk) and pt ca. Aiiy
ANi. ks WkT.
DIED On the 28th of October, at her residence
near Alexandria, Mrs. Scsas T. Fust, relict of the
late James T. Flint, and danghter of Mrs. Martha
Martin, of this vicinity. Two ot her dear children
died, at the same time, all of the prevailing epidemic,
which for many months has so afflicted the South.
'" Ia attempting to offer consolation to the beloved
family of the deceased, we feel that the effort
would be more than vain, for if there was a brighter
jewel than another among them, 'twas she 1 At
the name of "Susax" every eye beamed with
gladness, and every cheek with pride, and to ns
who knew her powers of Intellect, her fascination
of manner and natural amiability of temper, we
cannot wonder that she threw a mysterious spell
around all within her home. As a mother, none
were more tender none more anxious aud few as
faithful the moral culture of her children was her
special care, though she devoted much time to the
improvement of their minds. When we knew her
she was a bright, sunny creature, dispersing her
tweet smiles wherever she went. Two years since,
she was bereft of a devoted husband from which
sad loss she had never recovered, but that which
threatened to destroy every energy of her nature,
found relief in the society of a fond parent, who at
her urgent entreaties, left her home among us, to
soothe her " darling Scsan." Ah ! well it is that
that poor broken hearted mother could not uplift
the veil which hid futurity. Surely her strong na"
ture would have sunk under such an anticipated af
fliction. Is it not God like wisdom, to keep such
things hid from our view? Yet still we bid you
weep, dear mother! let thy tears fall, they will but
soothe thy anguish, but lift thine eyes to Heaven
and behold th i Savior, who has promised " to do
all things well" We know that yours has been a
household of sorrow for two years past, that ere one
wound has been healed, another and another has
been opened; yet remember Christ at the grave
of Lazarus as he cared for those weeping children,
so he careth for you.
" She is not dead, but sleepeth.n E.
Charles W. Smith hag that iutensely inter
esting Book "The Old Homestead."
The story opens in the City of New York, where
there are many scenes of pathos, suffering, and
tragic power; but, as the book progresses, the
clouds disperse, aud we are introduced to the Oid
Homestead among the Catskills of the Hudson,
where we are 'presented with some of the most
delightful and graphic rural pictures ever given iu
an American book.
V. II. fiOltllOX A Cl.
OV WEDNESDAY next, 21st November, ISM, we wil!
off.'r at Public Sule, In onr n-ual quantities
i'n bxi. Manufactured Tob icco all grades;
100 " do do damaged;
I.eiHl ketrs Fhoenljerger'a Nails all size,
IM bxa, Quart Klaaks;
ll0 , and X pict Tumblers;
2D " Tobacco Jars;
2tl- " St ir Candles;
2i 0 Bar and Fancy Soap;
100 " Pearl Ptarch;
lOd hb!s. Old Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
1 half pipe Holland Gin;
5 do Copnic Braody;
SoO del. pat. eyed Beaver Buckets;
With various other articles.
Terms of Sale:
All mm) under $200, c.ih: all sums over J0O and nnd-r
Nit). 30 day; all miua over l -oO, CO days, for approved
B!(Ixh.sks Notes payable in Bank.
noviu-td W. H. GORDON CO.
N. B. The oh'eet of the present sale I- to close consign
ments, and every article offered will be sold.
W. H. GORDON A CO.
For th rapid Cur of
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trial of Its virtues throughout this broad country, has pro
yen beyond a doubt, that no medicine or combination of
medicines yet known, ran so surely control and cure the
numerous varieties of pulmonary iliacas which have hith
erto swept from ur midtt thousands uml thousands every
year. Indeed, there Is now abundant reason to believe a
Remedy has at length been found which enn be relied on, to
cure the moat dangerous affections of the lungs. Our space
he will not permit ns to publish any proportion of the
cures effected by its u-e, bat we wo Id present the follow.
Ing, and refer funher enquiry to my American Almanac,
which th agent below named will always be pleased to fur
nish free, wherein art lull particulars, and indisputable proof
of these statements;
Offlix of Transportation, Laurens R. R., 8 C, ing 4, M.
Da i. 0. Aiaa Dear Sir :Mv little on, lour years old.
has ut recovered from a severe attack of malignant Scarlet
fevi-r; his t' mat aa-i lotten, and every person thai vi-ite
him, pronnunced him a dead child. Uavina ued your Caaa
ar l acriMi4L in California in lbs winter of IS 41, for a severe
attack of Hrunehiti, iib entire success, 1 was induced to
try it on my li tie boy. 1 gve him a tra-poor.f i every
three h.iurs, comm. nrir - In the morning, and by ti-n o'cloc k
ai uignt, t louou aui-ciueu eaangt iwr ine oetter, anJ alter
three days nae, h was able to ei or drink withoot pain.
Itsunein the annv n imed diieas will save many a child
from a preinaiur grave, ant relieve the anxiety nf many a
f -nd parent t r all aff cli .os of th Throat and Lunf I
believe it t b the best metiion ex uuU A fueling of the
deepest gratitude prompts me In ad lrrsemg you these lines;
but fur your Important dneovey, my little boy wcuid now
Lav been in another world.
1 am your , with great respect,
J. 0. PviWfcLL, hupt. Trans., L. K. R.
Rociv TTau, Somerset eo , Jf. J , Jtt'j 21.1S.!.
Da. S. C. Aria: inee your medicio has become km-wn
here, it has a greater demand t an any other ciugh ren. ly
we have ever old. It Is spoken of In terms of aumeasurol
praise by those who luve used it, and I know of some case
where the best they can say of it is not too much for th
good it has done. I take pleasure in stl'lnr it, brcau 1
snow that I am giving my customers tii worib f tiielr mo
ney, ami I feel gratified in seeing the b-neflis it confers.
Piea-e send me a further supply, and better me
Years, wi h repet, JH.1 C. WUITLOK.
P. S. Almost aiiy aaotber of ecrtlOceU can be sent yo
if you wish it.
Wismoi, C. W., June M, lSis
D. J. C. Ayr: This may certify thit I have used yi e
Caaaay Hsctihisl 'or upwards of one year, and It ia my sin
cere belief that I should have been iu my grave ere 'his tin
if I had sou It ha cored sr. of a dairus ff-cii'n of
th lanes an' I k overstat my ooavicUoo whea 1 Wil
you It Is a priceless remedy.
Yours, Very mrteet'utry,
1. A. McCLL'as Attorney at Law.
WiiKsisst, Pa, Sp. f, 1S50.
Da. J. 0. Area My Dear nr. Voor snevUcitj la much
approved nf by those who have ar4 it here, ami it eompo
anion i soeh aa so Insure aad maintain Ita vepwtattoD. I
tarariabiy reotMaaen4 II tor palsaoaaor affe4tk.ua, aa do
aoany of our pnocipal physsrlao.
1 aas yoor friend,
CU Ait STRF. ATTIt, M. D.
raxp ARta bt dh. i. o. atkh, cukuur, lo ill, m.-.
BERRY DKMOVll.l.r, Whlaal. Nashville, an.1 Re
tail by J i. a. MaOW.M Na.Nrlil.-; and a-aj ty ail
dealers In tneJkiin ia (cry to u ia Tcobcsmm.
KEW ARRIVALS OF LADIES' FINE BHOiS.
LAOtM' Kkl ft. It Rt and B-nta and BaUua;
Vroal and iwle Lacwd hih (tatCers;
fin klld llleh Laed fesiakirs.
" - Thrkis.led Hnkiiw;
m m a putrtd Waihiog hoa,
C :ot n Taica ci sMtstisM) ,
I hih ft. K Uaalera; Jual t pened by , .
43 Coli.-g street.
I.OIt II (r:T-Poe th sslng year. eoa.tortabi
Uwtlimg 11 woe, oa t berry auews, beat sa snatk of
Tuweula Mail, roatslning as looata, i a d mng rosttt,
luiobas aad oUar la It aaaemeal.
ft. A. K ALLOWS. .
actSS titnl Aft, Ns. IT Hea-leena at.
p XNTt' PL. CvBgrwa C altera;
1 1 st Calf
Rays and Yswth' falcat Laalher and Calf Cotifrras OaiUrs
reaMlved to-dajr. JollX BAwAUtt,
IS'El IAVIS OLIO MINSTIIELS.
i mm ritii-ni of Nashville are renecttullv Informed that
J. th Star Troupa will give iix of their unapproachable
entertainment! in thl oity.eommeueinfr thU MONDAY eve
Ding, Nov. 19, at the foot of Broad street, on board the new
teanier BANJO. Door opca at 6.!f o'clock; to commence
at 7 o'dsck precisely. Aduuvion 00 cents, children and
sovltf-lw 3. E. WAUNEH, Ag-nt.
! First appearance of Mr. Cbar.frau and M'ss A'bcrtioe.
1 Monday, Nov. 19,w,!l be acted WtnOW'3 VICTIM. Jerry
I Clip, Mr. Chanfran; Jane, M:- A be: tine.
Afr which. In and Out ot Face, in wl.ieh Miss A.ber
line will sustain six eh&rartera.
To eonclaae with ths IOOULE3. Timothy TooJlei, Mr.
YP.8TERDAY nnrninir, between 9 and 10 o'cloci, the M-
lowlnir no h: N:te ..'raw a by SteveDson A Ot; n in f i- J
vor ot Loosen A Stevenson, and l y them endorsed, ffed j
Nashville, Nov. 17, W, ut 4 inos. for i
One do i at 5 mos. for S'U j
' One do dn at 6 moa. fer 87D
Draft drawn by J. Loeken in favor of Ja. C D Chmtuian
on Bang llro. A Co , of New Yurk, at siht for (72 .V
Aa iayme:it ( f the above have been s opped the public are
cautioned against negoiialiug for thrm.
uov;-lt tOCKES A STEVENSON.
COSi?TANT tnpply of heavy Corn Bck for sale by
il JU.-M-lt NASH,
novl7 1 m
S E. College and Church sU.
S T. CLOUD HOTEL
Corner of 8prinfj and Summer Sta.
THI new Hole) is now oren for the arcnmmn-la- i
tion of the Traveiirf public, and Transient Via- feUjj
iti'rs to th - c:ty, in a style to give satisfaction to
jiovu-iw u. t. s terr.
LAEITS' BEEtED GAITEJIS.
HAVE rrcvivtd another i:acV:if of
Laili:' en;er French L. Heeled (lalters;
" thick so'.ts;
" J firth Congees Bont:
" Kid Rukina and I'aria Ties;
" " Thick 8oled Hwits;
MiSieV Kill Slippers, Gaiters and Fm-y Boots.
novt7 4t Col'eje t.
JUST RECEIVED FOX GENTLEKE,
CI ENrS' new Tip Calf Cougrsss Di.ui-le Soled Gaiters;
1 " Mg''t Walking Br.;gns, sew. d;
" Call W. P. I). S. Oxf rd Ties;
With a g' nr;ral assortment of Bo and Youth 0 !f Boots I
and li.nters. JOUM KA IA''K;
novll . 4i vo lege St.
FOR PACTJCAH7cAiR3 AND MEMPHIS.
rfHK Regular I'nited Stales Mail VT!JP,
Wish. Wkivks, Master, will le.tve for asfcm 6 li'i i' sTTTb .
the above a-id all intermeiliite ports ou MONDtV, IS tl I
inst , at 6 I'c.oca P. M. tor freight or pasak apply oa
burdorto A. I. IlAVI.a, (..,.
nov!7-it A. II A MILT UN', f t?euU-.
i) t ti:m mioi i,ii:k m; i.vi sunt rs
A We have ill store and for sale the best and most varied
as Ttment of shirts ever hron-.'ht to Nashville, uri can
now suit every customer, aa tliey rne in prce from oue
to fl e iIoIUik, the fin -r grades aarraa'ed bene.- than n.y
otlier make, for sale at movlerate prices.
novl7 J. n. .Vcl.ILL.
(COLLARS Just received another supply of Byron
J I'i.I ar.i. Also, every style of stauding coil trs, liest
q uli'.y. Kor gale by J. H. Mo .ILL.
ii.r sm.i: i.e- rn;u i iti k vm
li t ii I is'k Receiv.?d this d ly an awrtment of best
sole k-:tther Trams and Valines. Alo, a f.- of rheaer
Mlea. For sale low by J. II. Vclil I.L,
L.ii:e" aud Gentlemen's Furnishing (tre,
nov!7 Crner College st and Kiuare.
IT HAS WORKfcD MIR.ULKd IN TUI-i PLACE.
'IMI4T all tht bald and the grey can be rest-red perfectly
L to original growth, so tar as their lorks are co:icernt M,
i!ies not ad-i.il f a doubt, besides it will cure every possible
disease i t the sculp, whether di velnped as dandruff, iteliin,
or in the shpe of cutaneous eruttions even seaU h-ai
and in no possible case will ittulo curing, as if by magi',
nerv .us r per odieal headache, and if used twi..e a wee
th- y utig. r ituiariy, it will preserve the color, a..d ke--p Mie
hair from filling, to any imaginable :ige. I.aio isd Jrooa.
LocaSMMKT, Ia., June 2?th, l.sfiS.
Messrs. O. J. Word A Co :
Gksjts: Yonrs of the !8th came duly to han-l. Fm-loscd
ple.me Bnd 'N, it Iwinc the amount lor II iir Kentora'ive.
I have sold it all. 11 yon choose yt u may sei.d six
dosen bottles II .ir Restorative, I think I can sell it. It b.u
worked Miracles in this pla-c. I sold a man six 1 h-itttta,
that waa bald, and it fuelled new h urout all over his head.
Yours respecif illy,
M. H. GRIDLEY.
C. R. R Orrica, Yaspilu, June 21, ls.'4.
Pai r. W.ir.n: Dear S-(r : I lake pleasure iu bearing ol
untary te-tlmony U the excellence of your Ha r Kestorative.
Three months ago my hair was very t-iey. li U now a dark
brown, (the original co or) smooth and glossy. Th - ov j
application I have made tu it has been the Hair Restora-ive
prepared by you, and which from the result iu my vwu case,
1 Can most cordially recommend to others.
Respectfully Yi urs,
Hun RssToaiTiv. In our columns to-day will be fcund
Prof. Wood's advettisement of the above article, to whirh,
we eall attention. What it has dona we have witnessed up
on several ol our ac (Uaiutanres in 8U Louis. Hair once
grey met our view, black or brown, as the case might be,
being the color of early manhood, and as One and g ossy rs
silk, and that without anv tther application than the Restor
ative, if it hss done thw upon others, wiil it not do the
same for any of our readers, whose "frostr brows" were
once like the "raven lucks" of Lu kiel's warlike clile'. if -hey
wtlltrvit? We think to.JiUkmrnriU Otutitutionatixt,
Iht. 3, lbM.
Vmciot-aa, Iud , June 1 Vb. IsC-i.
Pn f. 0. J. Wood - A' you re about o m tiiutacture and
vend your recently Discovered Hair Restorative. 1 will slate
for whomsoever it may concern, that I have used it. aud
k nowu others to use it that I have fir ceveral years been in
ti e habit of u-ing other Hair Restoratives, and that 1 fiu l
youta vastly superior to any other I know. It entire y
clean es the h. al of dandruff, sod with one montk'l proper
use will restore any person's hair t the nrlxuial youthlul
color and texture, giving it a heanhy, sort md g o-.j ap-pearam-e,
and all this without disco ortng the hatHlsthat ap
ply it, or the dress on whxh it Drops. I woul-.t, thereto e, j
recommend iti use to every one desirous of having a tut i
Color aim uxtur to i-air.
II pectfu !y yours,
WILsON KIN .
Ft. Locis, Jun S9, IS 8.
Prof. Wood ; As yon are about to prepare aud vend your
recent y diirovered Hair Kestorative, and as you request
my opinion of it, 1 will rtate tha' my h.ir was a few m -n'h-ago
very gray, and after using two no tie of your Hair Re
storative, It re-ume. its onginal color, anJ sihee its atpLa
tion all laiilrutl fas dlsspprareil from my head, and I have
been tn nMed with no dissgi-eesbie i'rh.ng of the scalp. I
am sati fled that Ui'-ao who use it Will not regret it, as it
give-, the appearance o' having been recently oiled. 1 am
prepared, iherelore, io reeomm -ad tts us to all wno are de
sirous of bavins a beautiful brad of hair.
I a:n, sir, -s, Ac ,
II. L. 8 IE AT ART.
tfv Prepared and sold at 1!4 Markel -traet, between
4th and 5th, hu L-iuis. M , an t alt tlroadesy. New kork.
For sale in Nasi. villi-, at Mauuiacturer's piK-aa, by
Al-o, for sale, Prof. Wood's Oriental gauauve Laniiiwat
and Vegetal ! I.if I'll.s, warranted better thai) any otlier,
or the money In all a-s ref leii. tk circular lor all n
cessary inf a insiioti wild agents.
W. A. & J. 0.McCLELLAND
VRK receivinif '.heir second supply of elegant fall and
inter G hkIs. An 1 aa many of these gvns have been
booght from the large Ane:lon hales of i-ct. ar.d Slst,
in New York, wc are ual4ed to flVr many good- fully I'lv
per cent cheaper than they can be found in th city. Mer
chant buying gnosis In the rity, will And many style of
silks ar.d other dress goods, alnsk-, Ae , at lower prices than
they can Add IhemeL-ewhere M and 6i College street.
Rich, plain and striped Molr antique;
" fririped and Piaid Biltis;
E'eiiant flounced do;
Puper Plain do,
Ri.-h Chock ilks;
Extra Huper Back !Iks, plain and fancy;
Rich Printed M. de Unr.
rupee pla n le Lanes and Merlne;
l-'aper btark Alpareaa, iMMnhaamea. Ae , Ae.
CLOAKS, TALMAS, SHAWLS AKD SCARFS.'
J-i.l' t) ii'l the largest sort-rent C.ole and Talmas
ever oOr'cd l.i Una city, and at kwtr prices, rangtrg frvaa j
two to forty dollars.
Ueg-"'t Ptel'a ?hawls;
Ki h Breche d ;
with a large assortment of Long Mis wis, 'quare do. Misses'
long and sa lire ithaw la, a n l Uenta' Traveling 5ha is.
STAPLE GOODS. Ac
OurstorV of ?tapl fl.Kvfs h vey large and d-lribia.
BUnkrta, gl tonels, Casaineta. Jeans, 1 1-.ths and ('assimerea,
Itchinrs, l.inaejs, D-tmestica, 8uper Ir..-h Lis -ns, Dan5.sk
Linens, V.pkius, Prtais aud Check, with a lul aauttment
of Curtain g"cua, sr.
A Isrye st.-k of Tr'mriingiof Jl kinds. aUo a larrs kit
f l.lbUoiss, Just reprised. j
HOSIERY AUD CL0VE1. j
We he the best st.ak of tt l-n Mostery srer offered in
t"is wisesei, iw iaq:ti, iisr i,a mil Iren. a well a ltr
G-ntl-ioesi. sa pveaar yeasrwivs and tb elu.lro tor
Win er at M I.Kl LAVU'S MtlitO. OL1TAN siOHr. tin.
31 and 63 Coiltga L
O. C. ALLkN.
AL L E N ,
T. 0 BCRC.E
II U R (i la
( 'nr-CUsnrs 1 T P.
. t u.viiiHtiu.n .Mi:uc ti A rs,
Corner of Cil'.fr and fprlag Su , W asuyiuli; TENS.
Jt. B A 'hmj-h hv;g sp.e. f wy hatrreat fa th
hu.inew pi t. V. Isurgs On, l Mr. ktltl A Alxss, t
will ts 1 ual at lb sauw place, rsady ta at ua a-y of my
tl ftlaaJ and CUAt--.se ees WMa ma taVar th 8'" w t
aiL I,i)v!4-l) A. TVLAit
7l I K-A MlMTB Ai L T Weal af.vill..
Im ka Nobis tm M fav. trsw bw vt, aa-l ntb
aek lt.'i lt Ittlf vat ah. Sa Haa on4aa swuas
9 ha'l, .tatlsa, AO. fc. A ltl.l CIk.
si hstl Ait,. II Ps4sashs.
THE (ill V. XT (i tZHTTEEB. . 1
PRON'OCNCIXG GZTTEER Of THE WORLn j
0B GEOGRAPHICAL DICTI05A5T,
Containing a greater amount of matter than any o:ber lin- :
gle volume in th F.cul sh Lngu.-Uf. - I
EDITED B 7 J. THOSAS, M. D., AND T. BALD WET,
Ai ITKD BT SCVSaaX OTHH OKXTLUtU.
The above work, (upon wiiich over Ave years of eoutinued
labor and research, with a large outlay of money, has been .
expended) hat not been published merely to supply the 1e
fl-iencies of existing G aet.ees, but to furntih a GEO-
GRAPHICAL DtCTIOXA'tr which should be ascoroprthen-
sive in its design, aa perfect in its arrangement, and as com- ,
toete an i accurate in its execution aa the BCT DlCTiOxaaT ;
or th EsGLisa Laxocags.
Among the many claims to superiority which this work ,
has over all thers of the kind ais the following : !
1st Ir is a PRONOUNCING GAZKTTKR, a reature as n- '.
sential to the inpletene of a Gee graphical Lictionary, a
to a Iic-it "SiT or tb u.- Laxuoaaa.
'2d. 11 contains above 2vi,tM more Gctigraphlcal Nmes
than any other Gazett-er iif the World. Abd the notii-s of ,
all important places wid aso be found far more fuil and sat-
isfactor than in any oth.-r similar work. '
Sd. In regard to ACI.TRA-K and RECENTNE?3 of In
formation, it will be found in jompaiabiy superior to every
"'ro' sait-by novlT W. T. BKRRY A CO
CALIIOU 2T S VT 0 Ii KS,
KOW C02PLETE IN 6IX V0LUME3.
jisr iti.tt;ivi.i u
novS W. T. BKRRY A CO.
JUMJ.N Pllll.Hrtr CI :ilA'.
The Life of the Rt. Ho-;. oha Phi pot Oman. By his n
Wm. Itc-ory Curran, with Notes an I Ad lit ions, by Dr. Hhel
ton Ma-:kenaie, an-l a portrait on steel. l2mo, cluth.
BITS Ot BLA&XLY. liy'Or. tt. MwltoD Mckensle,
I2m , cloth.
HABITS AND MEN. By Dr. D,ran, auihor of "Table
Traits. I lino, cloth.
Dicwms' trrn Koi.ia
LITTLE NELL Froin"thu Oid Curiosity Phop" or Chaa.
Dickens. 12 mo, clolli.
For sale by W. T. BtRRY A CO.
THE LITE OF A GREAT ORATOR.
THS HFt OF S. rf. PKt.Nl'Iii. Edited by his Brother.
8 vols. limo.
"Next to Patrick H -i ry, 8. S. Prentiss ws the greatest
na'ural ,rator that ha appeared in this coun'ry.
H-ixinwit k -en sarcasm, apt illnstrapons, and brilliant
flguie.ol speech, p-iurrd in profusion f'otn his lips borne
on a toreiit of f.i I ng which irresistibly carried away what
ever audi-lire he aitlre.se. I. His h ibiis were convivial; he
u unr..-. nl u .u ,il f . .lu l,i o. lull of fti'i ami aoecdoie.
and 6oneevcr.x.eeled him in the grace with which he
toid a story ."- BunaUt Com.
"M. S. Prentiss ionecf the most bri liant namos which
alorn our annals. The work U a valuable contri
bution to American literature, and id contents moat strong
ly int rest eery admirer of tru. genius and genuine elo
quence." Ti uy Time.
' His pjhlic care, r wasa brilliant one. Asa lawyer, he
was second to m.ne of In pr.We-.sion in the x u'hwe, or if
suocc.-s be the test of m it, in the land." ( hri. Mirror.
For sale by W. T. BERRY A CO.
O K A T O II .N A ' l N T A T I" S !! E -'
OT. A TO KS A SJf S TA TESHEX
OF ANCIKNT AND MODERN TIMES.
Contnin'n ski tones of the Ii'. es, specimens of their elo
quence, and an estimate of the r genius. By Davu A.
I ord Chatham.
I'dmund l urke.
har es JaiueH Fox.
John 'Ihelpot Curran.
Kirhvd linus iy tjlieiidan.
Ju life Can -It g.
P.. iritis H.-nry.
J din C. Ca'houn.
l mtel W ch.ier.
O.ie vol. 8vo , cloth. Just received hy
w. t. berry a co.
m-:v i:m.i.sii isookm.
W. T. BF.KRY A CO,have)Ut reeeiv d
THE t'Lt) PRINTER AND THE M'IDI HN PRES3. By
Charles KniR t.
ONCk UPON A TIM E. By Knight.
JOHNAIXH TYPOGRAPHY. y.ls.
THE LAND WE LIVE IN. A Literary and Pictorial
fketch Book of the lluti.-h Empire. By Charles Knight.-
3 vols., s)vo.
H ALF HOURS m-ith THE BET ACTUORi. By
Charles Knight. 2 vols.
LEARNING AND WORKING. Six Le-tures concerning
his Time and the Tunes of Oi l. By Frederick Denison
Hauri-, M. A., Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn.
KM i ki.i: m amiim; .hai iiiii .x,
(With Floating Balls,)
For sale by novlo LENJ. K. K1IIELI S, Ag'U
RELIABLE GOLD PENS.
SHEPPAUD'fl ACCOUNTANT. BARREL. COMMERCIAL
and ENGKOttsis-O GOLD PENS are acknowledged, l y the
best B -ok-Kecpers in thf city, to be the best and most rell
nble Pen ld in this niarkcL An ad lii-onal supply of the
various kinds have Just bees received by
TOON, NELSON A C, 41 Union 8t.
IcxF" Best qas i'y Pens warrantad for six month from
sale. We retpiire pens to be returned straight in theintif,
to rntitin U;e parcliaser le another on the warrant.
A MEalOIR 0? S. S. PRENTISS.
TOON, NELSON A O. ha vejaat received a resb supply
of new pulilK-alioos, mch a
Life of Sergent S. Prcntita ;
Containing a full ute uoir of this distinguished anJ tal
Catholic and Frotettant Nations- Compared,
In their three lo! I re la' loos to vtealiti, Knowlelge and
M rality. By Rev. Napoleon Roussr!!, of Pari.
The Coutraat between Good and Bad Men. J
lllus' rated by the Biography and Tiulhs of the Bible.
'i vois., bv. By C. Ppiing.
111 1: mi i'n u.ti.i. r.trrii.
IROM the Manufactory of M. DK ..a'COUKT of PtR'H,
I to whom was aani d the fits' premium at the LnkDua
litiamoa and the aw Y( Vt-.a. D Ssia.
We als keep con-tantiy on han-l a larre and beautiful va
riety mou acturt epresly f.r ns In tftts city and the
Eastern -I .raet Pu-cbi will And our present aairv
m. rut superior to that of any previous tea on.
Done In the b t manner by c-impeteut workmen.
Supplied at tue lowett wholesale rates.
t. W. FINN,
No. 41 Mark, t street,
oct-TA ltn Between fuion and the Square.
V'O I'lf 'i; Owlog to our de rntion East, fratn protrac
i.1 ted lllnes', no siiecnnsB of our stock were exhibited
at tht lite Mechanics' Fa r.
W. W. USX.
IJ. L A N I E R tfc C O.
(Successors to Hart A Uollir gsworth,)
s. 5 Maiikrt Mlrvrty atsvlllrs
AND DEALERS IN
Forriu & Donirstic Liqnors.
DR. It. IM A R T I N,
V0. 8 KORTH SPRUCE ST.,
oc.:- tf .Asuvii.1.1:, ti:x.
I l.l. A I I VMM.HAH
HAVSJ t rweelve.1 a few of the real Mlatite K.'Bes, r s.f
to order in th f nilth Goverrtasnt fh-ps Th Hal
wi ( shoid with accura. y li yanls, aa proved ey actual ex
penmenl be"-e frtt.e, whe'e the . ua aa sohLcf hv
beeo kit'ed by them at it.at dtstace.-.
Ia eahliuon lo the ReulaUoa H-d-. F. A C. hv also
th .Minuiei Spssrliitir ' ir
guage, lo' the pu-oo tf Dcr iiutuiix, Call and c
tlitmatthesisu of THE HI. GO,"
tiitm al the sij
o-t 71 m
N v ia Mu Fiibiir eafuar.
GiRDNL1., SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
SKGES; HATS & STRAW GOODS,
. SO I'Bblle Ssttiisrc, !
INi 1 11 to rivi: 111 xmirn r.nrs f
sca-unat. Ha!, liO'TS AND siloM a
added tu our st- by vrf rnl arrivals, la which th it-
tert eof lhTRADS is prr.U If IBS w-1.
fit i)iit!st't1 urpH H rv.
M AUIII I.IZKD IKOI "IAITI
'I'llli isgia.-vrn sit! ot Maolel is t-t Ukieg Ik p-ae ,
1 e all other deae ifti-i. bw'b on .ie.-- l )
r beatxv, rV-- . aueabd.iy, a J panK-alae'y lis (balsas- ,
as. M' tbetr eust is crnty . b f ibat f raj
arld, lUey ludeed eseessl tie karaier In Waaty. have a
m.yvrt luaars, as a U UW to wit. j
pt eV an. aad far sceed sasrble ia Uaffct.li.y, and ara, at j
he aaavs ttos. lews Sat- I bee.. .
Ta anAeee mrm aal. Ms asaaefbrtweora. Was- ,
Jc, U an a l. Lawas . r, ul atru Usss 1
w isa-w iNkirab. andua assbsi eal , w geahss, swa
B tl usswa. aad ever lu stMupieiw, as I wi.l mim mymT-jtalU-ujasaagap.
Ble. re Daeaora SJ luswsi M sJ.Wusr, !
atttcUaU Jka. 15 liaaawt rC
7IADCVIOISKI.I.U TKIILSA PAROSI,
. MADAME AKEUA PATTI ST2AX03CH,
TUB DISTINGUISHED CONTRALTO,
A X O
TlIK WMIX EST BARIT0NK,
LTSDER the direeti .n f MATRICE ?rRAKrSCn, wfll
l nve her first lran-l Cncrt ia Naahville on Tuaailav.
ti 27ib. it a a novlS td
" f EVOIR Of 3. S. P-tK:
-kA MYBRiRo Pk-T5
Csa axr thw IVicrca.
Ths Mara Uihl
I'twer HLsasry. ' '
iA-rr or I'Mir.
HiHV Vi:i A-p u s six Wins,
i'us 'Lica ist aa.
1 spv's i isar.
PaiVATa Lira or a Kui.
ln- i'u lioaaTaAj.
Par sa'e by
CHARLE3 W. SMITH.
I VOI MU A.'II IIH'I I
. Agents Wanted in every county iu this and adjoining Stat
I To sell the above new and improved
j C II A I V O it li .1 ILL.
TO el suih a rare eh m e to make money will be offered.
F.xdusive S'ate -D. County pi iviUges will be disposed
of on uuusually fur term, by application to the. proprietor
1 tll.MLltAM) M)( K K llsKKs "
1 offer yna a Corn an-t Cob ..) nn-urpassed in the Un
Wn. and whu h cannot be :i-erc"1r l hy p.-.st or future in
ventions. It is the very Mi il which every Farmer an-l Stock
Rs: er should hav ; it will eru'h from S to 10 finhi-:s Corn
an-1 C- b .er h -ur, with one h r-e; is ea-ilv flt'ed np and
manage I; we gh 3:u l is . an 1 as ail c ni ict ot the g in. ling
surtace is prevente.1, will last arty f.rmrran ordinary lifc.
time. I pea thus of its durabi'i'y, b. cause he s me
' prireiple has been fairly tested in the old Barx Mill. Who
: is It that want
! A O! TUI M.
i for one mon'h, an-l if it don't give romptete sati-fariton, to
i return kf It there be any man hos oi-nee i, let hies n w
: speak. Satisfaction is waTaiiied m every ease, or th mon
ey will be refunded. The Crush, r can be attached to horse,
. water or stear.i H..aer, a hit h retolce it the snuai eoavenieat
Mill sou'h of Mason's and Discn'- line. All other . is-hers
i now in the Sou h require too much power, or will soon wear
i but. According to
Till: I.AU.K OF JfATI ur,
a Com and Cob Mill which admits of a la'era! or wabbling
motion wi.l, nrce sarilv, suon wear out; all other ' ru-hers
are amenabie to this gra' d ctitCtion. and the Prt prietors
sa r nt iii-nut it. In the o-.n-tru tl in of orsa Aasa
KrA." 1 have CAtssn rmaer, nnl I prrT c STsLin-ri 1 haT
lessened frs-tion, aud 1 cuAt.Lkjtus on a womdu the contrary;
i nave pr vemeii a ssti'.in g lateral t oiion, and all are
con.c let to acknnw'ertirr it, iherelore, I assert that it is 'sr
sunerior to any other Mill. 1 am now ael.ing this Tennes
see iuvenliun at the small sum of
I II' I V DOI LtltS
And any one wantir a 'gixHt tl.ir,g,nre earnestly re oe-v
J tn esaionie the true merits and principle ol this MiU,
and order 'r.-Tt the Proprietors or Ag -uta.
A Lberai discount made to dealers.
J. P. DltJMi.ooLE. Al Peoiritor.
A i K M T M .
Fails. Monre A CO., '4 Market street, Naihvi le, Manu
facturers an I t.eneral Ag-nt.
Ileaumonl. Fall a (.o , clarLsv.I'e, Agents for Montgomery
Ab. Watkins, Pulnt-kl, Arcnt for Giles County.
Wm. B. Hunt, .alen,, A,cent f- r Franklin CouBty, Tenn.,
an I J u-kon . ountv, Ala
James B. Vance, Catal an 8pri: gs, Aent for Sumner
J. tV Hatrt f r, To'ua.bia, Airent foe Maory CfcOtty.
W. M. Pell, P M , Ko: ie. Agent fcr Smith County.
.1. R A sin, t harh -ton, ag nt lor Bradley I'ouutr.
W. R. Iluniey t broi, L..u Ion, AgenU for Fast Tcnnes
. oct 13 alawly
st trs in ii i: i.iAr
coRa Aan conn imilu
! 'I 'HERE are features coinect.d with this mill worthy ot
j 1 consideration ti i-i-i-te exan.uut.Min on the part ol
' thoe wishlnv to nvc:.a e a Fred Mi;.
! Its mei-hanic-aj c-o strnctiou aid adapt. tion to the pur-
po-es de ine'i. 'n cru-h and grit d ear n-rn. Its great ca-
paci-y, while iloii.g an iumu-e aoik :lh i sti aot.lmary
! ease, it' rl'.irnht'itv isan'pl. prov,.!ed fi r. Iheeiirplet
aud entire portatilen'ss of the Little Giant, rendering it
greater convenience tor plantation ar.i tarm use impo.-si-,
ble. It requires no rte:hat-lc;il aid or bill ot expense to put
I it up; anv fartn hand or -etvaot tan put Bp and nt o e
i runninii in half an hours tin. . 1 he eonvenienre with which
the sweep may be uphrd to ion hor sontal a mi most
usual or ovtr head, al l the mill may b eaeily attacked
where st- am or water is used. 'I he power it take-, requiring
. one and two horses The q.iatiti y and quality of proouct.
, 10 to ."a) bushels ol good feci nieai per hour, aci-o'ding to th
degree ol fltiem-s g . und, nut the siae null. U i th
cheapest uiill.a.l Ihiugs toiijukrcJ, '.here is befor Lhepub
Anoth-r thing conn, tied with the Littt Giant, a a pa
tent, and worthy ot note is the f ct II. at there has Ken no
Patent Ktgh' uiai-ng or huckstering about th country,
1 aa is usual wih the thousand rungling wske-etuft imple
menu tiwsl are gut uu as a trade merely to yet w on. y by
I selling or p-lnouj- off the patent right ai-oo flie ersduion
; then lb machine to be abaniKined by all parties as a bam-
bug; on the oO-er hand the I'atenleeaud Proprietors of th
j Little Giant Mills, b lieviug that they ran and determined
that they will suppy Uu- Airriculiursibu and flock raiser
, of oar rouutr wil l a suferior Mill, at permanently ea
! gaged in the business, and have oi one hundred tlotwaml
utiuars investea Iu the manulatiure nl these Biilla. in tb
and fouih, wm. these tabll,hment t, ptt-y-
ln " ,e,y " lu' nusiues h ghly are the
m-Ua apureciateil, that t ur thou.-a, d have I een sold within
the pa.-t eighteen months, and t e h-aviest and th rest
ext. nsiv M ioufacturers of A.-ncuitural lmplenen s in tb
L ulled Slates have eagerly sought an interest in their manu
facture and sale.
No iti.pleo.eat has been m. -re thoroughly tested; no on
of the kind has rcceivtd so numerous and high testimonials
from M- chante' lii.-luuira ai d Agricultural Associations,
and none, by rsasoii t f subs'antial, practical uuiny and
merit have more fairly ground Iheir wav into everyday
use and popular favor than fenit's Lilt Giant Cwnaad
Co-b Mi.L Orders promptly GU d.
Liberal discount to deaers.
UKOWN A ANDERSON,
oetl tf No. 4f Market st., Nashville, Tenn.
Cash for Wheat and Rye I!
JO I. P II A II ,
Bonth-Eaat Corner Charch and College itreeta.
TUIKI) MKCE IMPOUTATIOA,
ruR TEE FALL ASD WINTER 0? ISM.
II C McNAIRY A CO. will open th.sdava y. ry Urg
lm stock of rich and dean-able fancy g tala. This stick
has baan buughl lo Sew Vurk hin lbs utal ten days, prin
cipally lor saxb, wtiK h will enable u to sell U ea-h and
prompt buyers at sety reduced petee-s. Tlte public are re
spect :u ly invited to call and examine their
Ki.-h Floauccd K-'Uts, for Ereniug Presses;
" Day and Dinner do;
10 lleore AntMUes;
lo-ai de Laiu-, eutirely new;
" '-Jo teres:
" Ca-h-Hwre Kobe de Charabr. enlirrly Bewt
I With many other nch and dirabl goods. CaLi. as it
Tns A1X. S
M e shad be opening new s-!s every night this week.
whKh s "III skit-Mi ! p.easar on lb sneeeediug ssora
ing. tocij R. C. Mc.NAlKI a CO.
.tiAitiii.i:i ?i iihiTi;!! "
MI. aurLToN. having reaumed the MARBI.E4f
BOIStX, sol ci's Ma old frletot snd IhetLLjl
pub le ia neral, who may desire work in a-s Hne, CjL
t giv how a call at his h.p, corner of Church0
street aud th .Nashville and lbattanog Railroad x
Depot. He wdl k-ep roasianily mn h.od a supply y
ml MOSL'MK.NTK, lOMKK, mt ot the flneat ltaliau and)
amenraa Marbl. AJ w-ark executed ia the best manner,
and warranted. sept tf
xr.Y ri.oi it Di ptir.
Offlc of th Kaahrille City Hill a, eoraer of Colleg4
and Spriag Street.
Jy4 Is. HAMMOND A CO
WA.tTUO A situation as a Book-eper er rWe-
mtn, by a gentleman who ran give th beat of rr
IU t Andres "t. ft. tj., Tro big Offlc."
OOl. MOOKt All tb Text B00U aawd la Ces-
Irsea, aeademie im1
Comuiwn isr boots, al reaced
CHAULM W. Kwlf"
For sala by
11 us: tuiL' ton cai( :hv
MY Kile, kaeio labortd under ene oa her breast tor
sutse time, and having Wed ditferent treatavent, 1
uueluuvd to aaderaa tl myself, snd la lea than line
sn-ulla I tC tttJ a co.oplete car; although sh had bee
given op by her friend a belt g beyn. the rearh-of aay
car, she sva tur lb laet tear relayed bettes feewlth than
sit hsd tor aany jsarx peeaa, aatd has atacw give a birth
1st a las chud, a n nitrs-w berse'f. I aav aaie
treated seveial Ucr Casts aad kvas ael w.Lk tAs sam
aty tieaC-nrnt is aot the ti-it.g ut tha Ka'', r Caustic, or
M-rcury, b it It i ) M y Vegetable. I a'su peofeaa tc eurw
liter date.. o h as Female leasa and I lewr, armf
aia. Pile, a! all dtsxaae er c Baling ta hke wMar. AH
I a r perMu a:t'.,eaed sun aov f tf aaasvil
j divaa, is W gise turn a trial. H her there Is r
U-re sba.l baa farts. a-thrr lulorasatw aa a ob
allied y caning ww, tt by letter, al X. Iti ieta alar
ket street. JOXATHAJi TUuMts.
Jir ft iiiiMiiu,
ty the Harvard AotULua, Ihxladalphi.
RITOttr ON PE!tMtTi1H.EA, or iBavl Wsakn,
liapteaas-, th Ivsif Ouaosia, Maa.rbaUwa r rwtf
Assta, and aAbwr U) tai i.-m neanat Sraaa-a, l -A aa -taunt
of t r'e.rs an I dev. 11. s ot q-aa. ks and vaiaabla
AdiKW to 1:1 A3! W.kf bi t st. I AL-toL N, M. Coa
suHuig 9s t-f Ut Uoaard AaauriaUuci, Pht-'aUalph',
Pa, S ben rvdrot I:io'a ki. a:ai..t-bed bf speeaai cak.w
tens, -r th sal-e of lbs stes aad du'rwM4, t9icled wilk
"tu aaecl aid kpt-Watsc I-i-ae." a ery f abtiv
Keport wa a by ' l a a ed va.slt pe,) be af
hawge. ea IS rerw pi f TH it rf AMr t-t pustAg. A4
4re De OH tt. ClLltOC.N, . Pualb Xiath 1st.
f sslUdclfkilais fa. ctl.-aJs
ivu subser bee ksvtag ef (h Cr-her a
1 aad taSeacharfe ifc U itl, he aup by prcxaptak.
Watl-jsi, aael savdarav a Ut ascl Lbtaal stars at sab
TteTlua mCI Is kept 4 thw H 4Mrerkr Cedar
ad t berry saa, (aawt la Pvsl t''
vT-a ACTvN TOCNti. lasw-t.