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N A SH Y ILL E:
THURSDAY MOBJRIRa AUGUST 19. 1J58
MJTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
Wialdnff to confine our business as near u
possible to the CASH SYSTEM, liave deter
ged hereafter to collect our ubscnptionfl,
within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this
determination into effect, we have placed onr
whole city list in the IkuhI of Mr. WILLIAM
GILL was will make the collection, and also
attend to the delivery of the Paper, and see
that anhseriheri are wrred punctually. Afce
hope this arrangement will be aatisfactory to
aU I parties. Those who may desire to save them
.elves the necessity of making four payments
Kfg the yr, can, if they prefer it, pay in
advance for the whole year.
w-Mr. WILLIAM CILL has been appointed our
Born .'r.wr iu this city , and is au.horiged to receive
Bd recoil for any moneys due thi ..
Wr are authorized u anuoui.ce ten. B. F.
CbSl.m a, a candidal for Mayor of the City
ofT-nvMl-, at the eneuing flection. augS-le
....r.r! to announce TWOS. J-
X 5Te. Esq-,- a caudate for Miyor of this city at
the ensuing municil.! election. aufcla-te
XT We aria.--.. - V JAW
rnv a rand-late for A!dorm,u .. the 4th
at th. cnsumK election.
We are authorize 1 to n, HERMAN COX
candidal.; fur A.d.-rnvau ... the Mb Ward.
- We are authorized tu announce R. C. BRANS
1 , RP, a a candidate for Councilman in the 6lh w ard.
au,; ! C-te
-i- We are authorized to announce W. R. DEMCM
ThTvNKuS a candidal fur Councilman in .be yond
V.trd.at ihe ensuing el.-ctmu. augA-W
mir We are authorized to announce C. F.. II. MAR
TI as a can lid..te fur Cuuuc.lu.au .a the 4th Ward St
the ensuing election.
prr- Mr. A. A. Lewls, agwit of the Hullatip
Examine, is at T.ret oil a visit to N.tsliviUe
with view to lavittg before our bubiiiew ma
the claims of tiiat journal as an wlvertiwpjr
h-et. The railr.ad to connect Nashville is: id
Gallatin will h-t completed J tbe"'7lli of
xt month, wb en we may exp" an inor.ase
t.f the larsreamoiiMtof trad'nif? which wnlone
here hv citizens. -f funnier. Of cour, tWe
merchants who cuke Ktvps to make themselves
known iu the comity, throng the -Fxminer,
hich l.a.s a N) e circulation, tndy expect to
Teap the advantages of I tin increased trade,
ad well art the trade in peueraL
p?r Ir. IKr e, who, it will fee remernber
ed. delightwl our citizens, a few years wiici",
with a panonimic exhibition T lr. Kane's
Arctic expedition, ha ag.vin arrived in the
city with panoramic views of Fairtnouiit
Wat.-r-W.irks, Niagara F.X Mammoth Cave,
the Crystal -Palace, L-udou, Ac. The news
pap -r.s speak in very high terms of th-se
views, and they will doiibllehs attract g.-neral
att-ntion in this city. They will 1e oil ex
hibition to-night at Odd Fellows' Hall.
liAii.Kv's Vauietiks. Thi- famous Troup
will commence to-night a series of their po
pular entertainments, .hi North Mark, t street.
The Company, we understand, lias lately re
ceived additional attractiori iu point of nu'.n
bci!.. Thi f.ict, in uddition to the well
known talent of the original troupe, will
we doubt not, attract large audiences. For
particulars, refer to advertisement.
lij" Mr. J. W. V." I i.sox. College Mrect, has
T'-cciitly inlrodnc d the eel. braled coal oil
Lamp, and now oil. rs a large supply to th
citizens of this city and others. The sup. r
iority of this lamp consists in the clear and
brilliant light, being little if any inf-lior to
gas its cleanl'ii-ss its freedom from the
dangers of explosion -and its ch"ptless. It
hits all these (pmlities and advantages, and
justly deserves to come into general use.
The Mails. Those of our snln-cribers, who
fail to receive their pipers regularly will
please notify us by letter as well those who
have already done ho, us thor who have not
giving circiiiiistancially the number and
times of such irregularities. We desire to
have Mi:h inatt.r thoroughly investigated,
and wish the facts, in order that we may lay
them Ix-l'ore tiie proper authorities.
We note that the new store house
which Messrs I'. W. Maxkv and John Moi;t:ow
have I wen erecting on tie-sites of their houses
which were burnt in the early part of the
jr-ar are approaching cotnpl-tion. S.juire
cWaxt.y will soon lie aid - to move into his,
he has pushed ou the work with so mjeh
uergy. Moth houses will be iinprovemeuts
uou the jkL v
fffWe are gratified to meet in the city, the
familiar face of our young firind Tom L.
Ckahstieao. He has been recently eUct.d a
member of the Legislature of Ai k ansa.-, for
Nissisiipi county. lathis his eoiisliiuents
have exhibit-d a great deal of good sense
and sound judgment.
JZif It will be seen by referring to our ad
vertising columns, that Mr. II. F. Pexti.ky, au
accomplished teucher, will open u n-hool for
Imys in Ihe school-himse. iu the rear of the i
McKendree Church, on the fith or S pt. mbvi
Mtumbuat wild Ulvcr cv.
Aug. 1. Charter, l'udai-ah.
Aug. l-Sligo, Faducalu
River falling with 15 iuche water on the
Shuids. Weulls r dry aud hoL
. The corner stone of the great Catholic
Cathedral on Fifth Avtuue, New York city,
was lo have beeu lai.1 yesi. rday, by Arch
bishop Hughes, appropriate ceremonies. It
Is estimated that the building uiil cost a mil
liou and a half of dollars, pi otided it shull
ever be fiuished.
Trixitt Iay, Aug. lti. The following dis
parcb has Ufii received:
I hrcrhtru tif Atlantic J'tlrgnijJk Wymiiy.
Europe and Ann tica are i.uilnl by I'ele
gruplj (J lory to Cod in the nighfxt; on
earth, Peace, good will towards incu.'
Signed by Dir. c tors of Atlantic Telegraph
i Company of (ireat Brituiiu
' K7" The Ohio StaUinuin, the organ ot the
1 Democracy of that Male, iu au article of
' Thur-sJny last, tajs:
"Every man ou the Democratic ticket la
I Ohio, is a Douglas man.''
The Ditoi out. The mcoi.iuIh from some
aeciioim .f V.rima ai.d .i t th t'ji'oluia, n-U-
tive to the toru clops, are v. ry distr.sstug.
The corn is dicing up a. id large ti. ki will
prove almost worthies.
I Slavkiioi.ih.ks' Meltixo at Camhbiimji:.
" Ml Th adjourned meeting of slavi-holdera
and others iu Dorchester counly to de ise
, means for proteciiug their pnX'rty was held
ou Monday last, and was largely atU.-ud.-d.
j.Specchi B wrre made and rewduUotui adopud
tin furtherance of the subject in view. A
"proposition to take measure for the holding
of a general Ejstern Shore Con veu lion, upon
tbe matter, was favorably received. There
ueenia to be a general couvtcliou, Iu that
.'qnarter, of Uiu necessity of so mo nicaaurca
for the prottxUoa ol slave propeit.
California lvajs. A ommitteecf edi
tors ot the Bofeto-n (barter make the folleaing
report of the merits of California' wines:
The undersigned, committee-'- appointed
to consider and report upon a bott!ef spark
ling California wine, have attemlefi. to the
duty devolved upon them, aiidbog leave to
report as follows: .The wine irf-qaextion is of
a delicate tilraw -colory pellucid -as crystal,
and with a flue Ijotiquet. 'The undersigned
would hesitate t pronounce it equal to the
finest champagnes of FratPje, tut would 6ay
that it was inferior only to- thii. It resem
bles somewrmt Xiie tparkliuj Ux;k and spark
ling Mozelle. Tlnrre see?w v be two distinct
elements bl(;udel in k: - nut the saccharine
principle couimc n to all jnvy;t wines, and the
other the fruity, poctt'iarfijror of the Khenu-h
wines'. IVrhaps most lylitrs would think
the saccharine elei!tiit. a little too tUrong. It
iof a jretierouo b'Kly, d aMiendlug nimbly
into the brain. -The. undersigned are fully
are of the det'T!:itre3t with which humuu
itj' is waWhiuir tlie great exp -riment of wine
prowing on' the eoa-lf the I'ac'lic an ex
periment wi'ich, fwmi the evidence before
them, they pronounce comjdetely successful;
blt,leitl, deop!y wipresstd with the weight
of rv!n!blity laid upon them, they would
ray, in conclusion, that the matter deserves
firUr-'confederal ion, and beg leave to it
aaiu "4inever th y shall be furiiished with
the meK?of nce more laying the subject
Tut litPoarrK.o Sick.nk.-s in Charleston.
The-Courier, of Saturday morning ways: -Th8
(JcnM'luiionvhxt can rely upon it that 'these re
ports are greatly exaggemt-d.' TJiere are a
fewcases .f yellow lever in the city, but it is
not true that the disease U 'prevailing in an
--endemic' form.' The regular report of the
City Register for the la.st week reported one
aeath by yellow fever; whutevi r deaths may
occur in the future will also be recorded in
the fiame way, and we reft r our country
I frier.ds to these reports for the correct esti
mate and indt-x of the health of our city.'
Pi'KIXijkiei.o HottsE Snow. The Xutiumil
Uurist Fair Lullttm announces that the Hon.
Edwahd EvEKLTT. of Jlo.ston. and James
Lyons of Richmond. Va., ha've signitied their
intention to be present at the exhibition.
The Fair is to be held o: the 14th, loth, Kith,
aud 17th of S j.U mbi r, of the present year.
Premiums amounting to several thousand
dollars will be awarded, and horses from all
parts of the United Stales will be on exhibi
tion. Most of the railways North have
reduced their rates to half, on horses and
per.-ons going to the Fair.
North ('.vftoLtXA Election. The majority
of Z. IJ. Vance, (American) over Avery,
(I). m.x-rat) for Congress, in Clingman's dis
trict, is Set dowu at KiiK).
Tt iu n-r.i.rti-.l tleit f''int Writ llflflv of
Oxford, Jii.j.-sippi, will neeive the appoint
ment of Consul to Havana, vice Dunu.
j (Hi Memlay ihu Tit "1 S . t.-m. r,-r , tliP undersigned
will iu-u aii 1 neiish ai,d I s-n ai S Ihm.I fur R) s, in
thehriuk N liool loi.m n I'.eS.nlh end ol the lot or.
rujiicd tiy ili Kein.i i'c (.'li.ln.h. i Ins l.uilitini,' been
leased lur a term ef y -ars Willi ilie view of estab
lol.niK h i iiiaiient i-.'l.eol f lii'h Ki aiie. Thcuum
Imt of piiils will b.- limited to twenty.
Tiiuvi. l.r Kiitrii liii.i.. h -s $J'l; for the Latin
ami iiie.-k ("l is-;. , iii.'lu.tiiiK ll.e luher branches of
vlai In inai.es lo, per session i f live months. No do-dut-tion
for i.iis. nr. ai wu-auf proixa.'t-'d nl-
n.Bs. U. F. bKNTI.LV.
ITKI LKKNCKS :
J'.IIV A. M' WKV, .loll.N TrIMMIK,
Ai.ikn A. Ham, J. H. Mel kkijin,
Jell H LlMtfUT, L. I'. HlST.,
It. J. Mkms. oh- aiia-td
Kojal llavniia Lottery.
The follow liii; number., drew the 1'riucipal TriK-a iu
lli.i Iir.iwii.e.s of July ".7th, ls.'.s :
NITMHKIt. I'KI.tS. I N M1IK1IS. ' FRJZKS.
;i ." . s $ 1 ikj ,(ji iu 1 s .;; 1 1 ) $J ,( m in
J.ol'. a'l.iHi l.sis -J.il.ll
I ..iiii'l au.ooii; LlKI'l
1S,S71 l.l.o.i..j 3, 1,101
7,v;s ft,ii.H- injiy i.imio
.'i,o.r,r. v,ikh. .'i.i-.'.i i,o..i
U,:ts., :,iHm-.,2,s:;s l,ixm
The next ilrawiiiK of this c.-lubrated Ixilt. ry will
take plaee on tie. Till ol .September. For rtl ul.irs
see advert. Sellient ill a'lOtiler col'ltlltl.
aiiKia-Utriwlt l"iV KODKIUL L7..
Still Moke ok it.- Among other articles
which Joiix Williams, at the old stand of
Kii kin.m t Ellis, is d ! rmiiud to s.11 cheap
for cash, he is ottering
(Jriflin's f'rass Scythes, wariatttrd genuine, $1 00
Wuldron's " " " " K'
Hay Kakes. made for the put pose, 20
Manure and L'ay Forks, all kinds, very cheap,
uiiglf -datriw If
.UU VOUlv .V CO.,
Dook SrJIrrs, IJooK-Uiiidcrs and
BL.WK BCIIK MIMFAITI RERS,
Ao. 3H I'ulou Mrect,
Magazines for August
THK. A rLANTIC JI'iVTIILV .
II Alii Mi s NEW M.iMl.t.V.
ILM.IKV M.A..1E AM. OA.t.iTKOF FASHION.
t.tM'h Y'.l l.AI' I-imiK.
OKA HAM'S. ll.U.AIM
I'LlKl SON'S MAO AINK.
Fursa.el.y Ui -) JOHN" VORK It CO.
ltcceitl l.y JOHN VOUlv N. Co.
..Isliausen'K Coiiuiietitarie.-, on the New TesUonent ,
C.'Ull.l.'U' III U V"U.
SpiirK.Hiii's S-i iiio:is 4ib vd.. Price $1.
Tin- New York. 1'nlpi! ; a u.eiiiorial volume of 9.T
The Pitts Strwl CliaH' Lecture,
(lunpsa ef Je-n", froin the . . mid Iandon edi
lr. Xott's T. tapetaia'C Let luro.
Wh-te Lu-s by Chatles Read,
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES FI KS,
. 23 Tubllr Square,
x a s 1 1 v 1 1, i , i-i, t i :- i :ss i :i
thi: i'uw sTViE
F 0 It
SnWK demrahle, n. at and rbow iylt- of o
1,1 Une soii !Uu,of arsua loier,, uu
l.-b.;-o FR.VNfIS4'8 flat ruimrtun.
UT E Imuo I., .lay utir rprion tftyto Mok-akin II it
IKAMlVIl, laabM.uMl-lr lUlIrr,
I, b.'T-tf I'ubia; :saai .
rtt i r mrumT r.a
aprli-tf MAKKfT hT., XAMHVIMX.
Of lUm It cat quallljr,
, ataaulaclurwl aa4 loc Mir , row , by
WOODS K CO., '
aprl- HARKfT f?T.. KAMIXIUJC
Haiti more CofTee.
ftnrV BAGJ frtUM fUllimor CoOv I.w4 rmlftp
UJI tAuriai, u iur ,u
Facts too. the Pjcoilb. It was a noted
Baying of the great Dr. Magendik, when lec
turing before his class, (I care not a button
for tittrries; give me facU." . This is likewise
the motto of the celebrated Dr. Bragg, who,
by a careful observance of facts alone, has
been enabled to bring his medical prepara
tions to such perfection. His latest inven
tion, the Arctic Liniment, is also his greatest
invention; and it may be stated as a "fact
for the people," that it is the best Liniment
now in existence, and destined to supersede
all others. Another fact is, that it never fails
to cure those diseases for which it is recom
uiand. d. The best evidence of the value of
a medicine is, tnat it effects a radical cure, and
this is emiuently the case with the Arctic Lin
iment. It cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Par
alysis, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, fcc,
and all eruptive diseases; and is equally effi
cacious in curing the diseases of animals, sjich
as spaviu, ring-bone, poll-evil, Lc.
For sale in Nashville, Tenn , by Berby &
Au agent wanted in every tow n and village.
Application should be made to Bragg & Bur
rowes, St. Louis, Mo., and must always be ac
companied by good reference.
threat liargaina at TVo. 22 Publfc
We will offer our entire stock of goods at
cost, for cash only, for a few days to make
room for our Fall Stock. Now is the time for
everybody to get cheap goods. Call soon or
you will miss the chance.
jy27. I. C. NICHOLSON & CO.
Wells, H.kjpkr A: Co. inform the lovers of Soda Wa
ler that they bave received and have now iu operation
one of the Nichul'g celebrated Sxla Founts, an enti'e'y
new patent, and the most complete one of the kind rx
ant. Their assortment of syrups id inferior to !)im
iu the city uprli
The remainder of my stock of rich Paris Bonnets and
Millinery tJoodsat the New York Emporium, 32 I'oion
street, will be cold witbiu tins mouth at a ifreat &.-icri-flee,
without regard to cost or other consideration.
Excbange Hank, Sliirfreenboro', and Cit.zus' Haak,
Memphis, taken at 'ia ceuts ou the dollar.
ain.'14-tr MKS. DOYLE.
Rock City Mills.
J. i:. IIAL.'IA.X A- Co., l'roprlelora.
rK. KAI JIAN & CO., Manufacturer? ot KIX'K CITY
FUlLK, will Kiy the highest price at all times,
for Wbeat and Corn, at their Mills, corner of Line au.l
Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn.
EETA1L PEICE OF FLOUR.
From and alter tins date, until tuilher notice the
Extra Family Flour. .Si f0
Fine Flour '1 Oil
Jh.lulin-s. 1 e.-,
Fine Bran 50
Mixed liran 50
Coarse Hran 40
Coi n ileal i.Oc bushel.
Ail articles sold by tbe undersigned deliverable at
any place in tbe city free ol charf.'.:. When selluiK by
the quantity, their rule of discount is 10 .er cent from
rcUil puces. J. K. ISAl'ilAN & CO.
McLeax's SritENoriixiMi Coki)Iai This
r ttledy has been before tbe public only a short
time, but it has proved to be an invaluable
remedy to purify the blood and strengthen the
system; t v.-ry one who uses it recommends it
to others, until it has In come the standard
remtdy with every family in the United Stati s
We say to every reader try it it is a delight
ful aromatic. See advertisement iu another
Yor feel l.F.mi.i r.vii i
Yiif FI LL NE'KVol'S.
Vol' A iib. WOUKIF.I. AHOLT Tnil'LFS.
"OL CANNuT WoltK WITH KNKlUiV.
Yul' i-ii .Vol F1.I.I. I.IKE lsji.Ni; ANYTHING.
YT 11 VK NO AI'l ETI IE.
VOL' CANNOT S'l.KI-.r AT Nil! I IT.
vol' fi:i:l weak.
Viif FKKL MZZV.
Theu use ilo..Ki ami's Gkkiiax Uirreiis ; tliey will
cure you without fail.
For sale at the Principal Ottlce, 418 Arch St., Phila
delphia, and are sold by drunKtsts unu store keepers
iu every town and village m the fluted stales, Caua
das. West Indier, and .South America, at 75 cents per
bi.llie. See that the simialurc ol C. M. Jackson U on
the wrapper of each buttle. augi-lin
BANK OF COJlJlIUtCK.
I wish to sell or exchange for property, in the
n. iifl.boi Ii.khI of Nashville, -J,4.)0 acr of Land In
'! ishaiiiuiKo county , Miss., iTusuiiuibia Creuk bottom)
L' miles li om Hie M -mpl.is and ( harlestou Kailroad,
live miles fr. in Corinth ; Turnpike rna l running
tliruiii'li it from Corinth to Kossuth. Also, HlKlacres
in Lil iytite county , Mis.-'., 12 miles from Oxford, 10
miles from the Mi.-siss, p pi ami Tcmiessee Kailroad,
rich creek bottom laud. Call and see me.
jc tf J No. H. JAMKS.
I' lie Uliafr,"
Prepared by Pr.JAS. WILLIAMS. for the cure of HYS
fF.PsY, and tiothiui: but liY.Sl LI'S V, (as advertised in
auotlicr 1:011111111,) Ii.'ls, by its own merits ,ohtaiucd for
1 sell so high a rcimtatiou in Philadelphia, that I'hysi-
laus ucioainled with its prop-it us, a re using itthrin
' Ives and preseribitiK it to their patients, convinced,
tf obsurvation, of prejit elticacy iu restoring tbo
asordered digestive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous rases of l'ys. py , of the most aggravated
laractcr, which were abandoned an incurable by
.tne of the Medical Faculty, have, by the use of this
'ixir, been restored lo perl !Cl health, as attested cer
. 1. ales testily . aprl3-ly
jnm H auled iiumeUiately, 10,000
ai ineu tu engage in the sale of the most
pular nellin Hooks m Amerie.i. Invalids, met-liau-,
lanilers and te.iclleis, wishing to travel, will Hud
m n very profitable and pleasant business, euabliuK
em lo see Hie coiiutry and make money at the same
ue. AitetiU now 111 the business are clearing from
00 tu l,50'l per year. For full particulars, and a
t of Hooks, address H. M. Kfl.ISuN, iueeu City,
iblistilllg Hu.ltuj, 141 Maltl street , f uiciulialj, Ohio; ot
living East, LI. KL'LLSUN, Ptnutdelphui, i'a
epl. -21. ly
FOR lMUVATi: D1SKASKS.
f )P'f-fc PK. KINtJ.lot merly ol New York, for
fcitT l'1" 'Jst lour years ot U.insviilr, Keu-
- , .u. w ho lias devoted liu atUutMu tu Uie treat
iit ot private diseases lor over ail years, flatters
luseii, having attended to a practice lor so many
uirs, and cured si u.atiy ;tioisands, lie u enablea lo
- tie alt .liseases ot a piivau nature, no mailer hw
id they may be trotu iiiju.l.cious lue.ta'al u-eaoneiit,
rroiu 11. vie. t ol their can. Lr. King's lsM-iiary
No 1 I tea, it-nek street, belwi-eu I lierry ud Ilia
piare. re.-. nd slotyhura he cures ail Ui-.-as.-s of a
. -.vale UMt.ire.
Ooxoutuaa cured without uauses.us medulla, or ln-
rtereuc with busmens.
.triih kji ol old or re.-enl date, eir.tlualiy cured ill
few days, by an operation wuh Ii caum-a uo kuu.
here a .tru lure exLs health caunot be eujuyod.
1 lias no disease causes more UIL, hief and uuOur-
u-s the coi.sllttltu.il so much.
.-vshiiis, with all the di.xea.x-ii of the nkin. Growing
I ol neglect or bad IreaUuctit, can be eUectualiy
r.l iu a lew day.
-MUlaL WaaaxiM. Particulnr attention having been
ieu lo 111 dis.ase, and all the consequences ruW
out ol ll. brought nit tu many ca-es by the de.
. uctive habits f incuusi'lei alv. Vuutiis and rc-.
ve luuulg.'iice of the aukHiM, a neglect of w lis b w ill
idei miue Ue coaauiuUtm, rcudortiitf tlie subject unlit
r busiueasr iuMS-t ,aiid cauMi-.ir pretuatureold aico.
FeuiaU-s who may be la tx.ru. it with auy Uiriiculty of
e Woiul) may r-i auuird ot niiioe.tuixr. ia-f.
I'ersoua r...lmg abroad, by writing and slating
en ciLse , aitU a lee encl. ed , dire, n-.l to If A. King,
. 1 leader Hit street, Nsuvilii, Tenn, will have
a iiscvtwary medicine x-r.t l their a Lire., with n.-
ry une. uoiis- Miat n'rwy fbservid. urrtce
uislrom Ko'iluckia the uieiumg uuL.1 tl 10 Uiacva
Ht UlajrC-uidaw 1
l X. P. WiLlia' .mm Jitmrmal alrerliescircalara
ruisbed gratis eiplaiiiuiK Hie reasons why il requires
.unlb-iuaa of "ausooiplished mechanical genius" lo
erala a Hhnei.raaU l itsou's fc na' aiachiue.aud
iy so nuuiy ''riceilaul bouM-keeprra" ran not do
raralUnc ( anucl Coal Oil,
For Kubricuiiuc 3I liinrrj',
ua S(,tui in tuu utv nv
f.i, i'i;ui.Kroi 4c coH. .
AC-LXTJi toK THK
DIOS COAL XXD OIL COJlPiSr,
'! Atrfoai huflrrtn.
A retired Gentle nu luavuig Ik-u rratur.4 U baaila
in few day a, alW aaaay jraars vt aw yum a Her is (
.(1 ki tr J lo aaaw4 utUen , a copy of lit preset p
a and a supply 'f Um remedy, oa recrlv uxf a
qul-ed nvcUp. bvnat Us aypiicaal'a artdraaa. W
laa aav. Juaa kt Hauaau., 1M Fulton street,
J jfclyn.K. V aurli-usv
pit- For fine Pocket and Tabl Cutlerj
. til ou McCaix, Vaxlili. Jt Co,
ur26-tf -.".. -
The Atlantic Xelegrapb.
New York, Aug. 18. Congratulatory mes
sages from the Mayor of New York to the
Mayor of London and from the . Governor
General of Canada to the secretary of State
ou Colonies were received at Trinity Bay for
London will fix the day for General festi
New Ykr, Aug. noon, The dome and
eeutral portion of the upper story of the City
Hall were destroyed by Lire last night. The
public docauenLs are safe. .
Mcbfkeesboko, Aug. 18. The freight
Louse of the .N. & C 11 R. at this place was
set on tire last night. The fire was arrested
before doing much damage. Some of the fix
tures of tbe Telegraph office were lost, but
New Yoee. Aug. 17. The steamer Niaga
ra has ai rived here.
Foreign pr Steamer Saxonla.
Parliament was prorogued ou the second,
till Octoljer the nineteenth.
The London Tana severely attacks the
Two and a half millions of fpecie have ar
rived iu E.iglaiid.
New loans by tbe Turkish and Chilian
Governments were expected.
Arrangements for laying the Red Sea Tele
graph cable are complete.
Mr. Lynge has been appointed secretary of
the legation to Ouseley'a Central American
More than a dozen vessels foundered in
the recent gale on the North Sea.
Ismael Pacha, the Turkish Ambassador to
Jeddah, has arrived.
England and France have resolved to pun
ish the offenders there, without regard to rank,
and the injured are to receive indemnity.
200 arrests have been made.
The Saxottia's advices were mostty antici
pated. London, Aug. 6. Consols, for money 96$;
for accouut DCJ.
Leavexwoiith OUicial returus from 17
counties give 10,735 against and 1,8G9 in fav
or of English's ordinance.
New OiiiJCAX.s, Aug. 18. Deaths from yel
low fever Tuesday, 4G.
IarUeta by Telegraph.
New Oklaexs, Aug. 18. Cotton, sales 200
bales, prices stiller, but quotations unchanged.
Coffee, prime 11J.
New York, Aug. 18. Cotton, pales 800
hales. Flour lirm. Ohio 5 00. Western red
wheat 1 l'.fVl IS: while 1 1S1 20. Corn,
white 7i(aM; yellow llt)(9H. M -ss pork
17 00(it17'2.5. Laid stead v, lilH. Whi -ky
e- x IVJWVJ
'Sff -vCl ?Z-lSt
fHJI 0KLK11K ATED HOLLAND KsMEDT fUa
DISKISI-: OF THK KIIET8,
WEAKXKSS OF" ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various atlections consequent iijiou a disor-d.-red-
Stomacli r laiver,
S'urh as Indigestion, Aei.lity f the Stomach, Oiolic
Puns, Heartburn, I.ss of Appetite, llestH.ndency ,
Cosliteness, Itliud ami I'-leening Piles. In all Ner
vous Klieiitnatic, and Neuralgic Allections, tt lias, in
uumerotis instances, proved highly benetk ial, and in
others elle. ted a decided cure.
This is n purely vegetable compound. prejMtred on
strictly scientific principles, after thu manner of th.
cel. -bra ted Holland professor, liuerhave. lierause ol
its great piieces.-, in most of the L'.ii '.ean sn.ws, it
introduction intn tiie 1'nit. d States was intended mor
cswcialiy for thou- of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the face of this mighty country.
Meeting with (Treat stu-ces!. among them, I now oUe
it to the American public, know ing that its truly won
derful meditatiHl virtues must be a know-ledged.
It is particularly reoinmended to thowe person
wh.e cr.tistitut.ons may hare been iinaired by tb
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dts
st.ation. te.-rallv instanlaiieous in cllert. it finds it
way direct the seat of life, thrilling and quickeu
iug every f.vr, raising up the drooping spirit, nud,
m fuel. iiifuHing new health and vigor in ihe system.
NoTK'E Whoever c.ects to mi l this a bevera
will be dis.apiHiinled ; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial
possessed of singular remedial troerlicH.
C A I' TI .
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma ha
induced many imitations, which the public shnul
guard against purchasing. He not persuaded to bu
an) thing else until you have given lWrhavc's Ho
lan l Hitters a fur trial. Hue b"tlle will convince yo
bow iu:inite!y superior il is to all thee luntata.iis.
! Sold at ft K-r bottle, or eix bottles lor t6,
THE SOLE I'KOI'KIETUK.
HI-:.J AII. lAiIi, Jr., ftfO.,
Mauufacluruig 1'hartnaceutists and Chemists,
Sold by riruggists generally throughout the United
States and Cauatas.
a" Sold in Nashville bv
F.WIN, 1KXM.LTON CO. . Wholesale Ag'ta
W. W. ItEllKV l'LilOV 1LLK,
Pr. A. H. KOM UK,
JO. Ki. HKiiW X,
HEMoVIIJ; Ac HELL,
ti. W. 1II:NI LH.-H01T,
IT T. WEI IS,
WFI.I.S. HiioPFR 4: CO.,
HLEi H A: 1U N1LR,
And by Druggist generally throughout th Stata
A 1'Uaxing Apxaranc in the Jlrtt Letter tf iUcom
Extract of Elder Flowers,
fbr &0jttninj the Si-in ami Impranny the Cvrmplrxvm.
i 1;KNK IH'H V, 109 DaoAKwar, X. V.
Sde A.-vl.t for the f tilled Slates.
The fd.j.i t of this Ciicnlar is to give publicity to the
moel valuable and erticieiil kerne. ly that hoj yet been
introduced m the practice ol Medicine, lor the purpoee
..t reuiovimr every unsightly appearance from tiie
Skin, au.l preserving to it to tiie laU-st ierHNl of Ida
nearly all the 11. inuess and freshness .4 youth. Ex
tensive eiierieice and intuitu observation have
long sal. shod the Proprietor thut if applied as directed
It will K.-e,iiiy remove auy ut.iighlly appearance,
such as Tan, Sun Hums, Freckle, Ac, and quakly
Cru all i'ltitpies, Humois and Fa-uplioua whs h may
ilu-tlgure the coitnU-uan. e; aud ill also in.Nrt b tbn
Skin tbe Dit del.gbu il s- ttus and deisala clar
Oi-wt; tu short. t. preserve a deaiug couiplcxuMi
thro.igli lile, nolUicg la leqnhri-d but ll.e aso of
OODFKLY S t XTRAIT OK F.IJ FK HAiWKKS,
The swe.-u-t and really the moet perfect
IS E A UT I F I K II IX XATURE.
Tula admirable preparation of Klder Flowers is very
fragraut a a er!ume. Elder Flowers liave from Uie
earliest ages be. n esteemMl as a mild and harmless,
yet timet hwIwI tveaelihrr of the Skm. Tan, Suti
buius, Freikles, Keduess, cc, it will apeudily and
Cnitwiix It is suigukirly beneOcial and perfectly
looxaiuseven to the youngest itifaut-
suamno It Is valuable beyond anything, annihi
lating every pimple, and ail rong hue , reu.trruig t!i
skin sell aud urm, pre-ariiig it sw comp.eu-ij. fur the
Faait v Lorinv Codfrey "t Fxtrart of Ehler Flowers
will be lound beyond ail praise, aud noal ouly a trial
to b approved. ,
Vtur, ll'4BD h SAsota, Sew York.
si;itnnj5 likoa. a Co , '
J. W- XoHmosr. a In., It. .s loo and Xw York.
F. C. W kUJI A , New Yotk.. r
And all .iher W hob-sale aud Iu Ufl rrt;gKlla.
Juii.i;-IiiA.!-u. is .
Forsterlv Fraaklin Hoom.1
i: . si-1' it it i i; it ,
rWnllJi Inform the T.a.l4.g I'oiiun.iuuy
and !iothe,s u il-L I'Uikat, il..-,llul I uaia k
pur b-J th HoUl,aaid bav changed lUe fcg-J,
lump, as :il Im -cB aboTe, aad 1 uaiead u raa,.i
M entirely during Uie preseut ) w , aud UaU oar avary
ierllou t DMint the uatimuga vf all ahu wtU b
plaas. d U rail ou su
aprl3-Iy E. m'kJUfcB.
fTIlK alse H.ntse aaritng been tbormigbly AnaK
X re-atW.1 is new ope for lb receptuM. of -. .3
Uavalora. Ik pro.s-ioe tte-fva rrvm bis If i
tuag exirtaace la iu binwicis, axtd his it,
leriuiaatioa to Sta uo pains In aoprdyutg his UbW
wall Um hew Ibst tbe market aObrds, tuaterttaad rw
orlvs a star of paUosMga.
Pay Boarders ...v,... ...II M ,
OCk efts,,- ' a. .. ft h& -
H- M. WINU1 -UX.
lartt ' ' Fruprtew.
3Kf SACKS OATH, J I eve4 by Maa I.
tJKJ duui, ai.4 Ux aak ty
iyU l U. luCKJXr
- - ' DAILY PATRIOT bFTlCE,
? . : Xa-SHVILLS, Aug. 19, 1S5S. f
The weather continues warn and -dry, af
fording no chance for an improvement in tbe
navigation of the river.. There are now bare
ly 15 inches water' on Harpetb sboala, and
only a few very small steamers ventnre over
. Business of all kinds remains very dull,
without any prospect of a change for- tbe betr
ter before falL
DRY GOODS Our wholesale booses are
receiving their fall and winter nrp!ies, and
will 6oon present very large and well-assorted
stocks. The indications are that the fall
trade will be heavy. The styles of the new
goods are very handsome, and prices fain
COTTON We hear of nothing doing in
cotton. The demand is exclusively on man
ufacturer's account. We quote extremes at
710c. 11 lb.
TOBACCO No transactions of conse
quei,ce in this article. We quote :
Leaf Inferior 4AS,5J
" Fair H&bi
" S lected 6,7
WHEAT The deliveries continue large,
though we hear of but little selling. There
does not nppi.'ar to be an' speculative deraaud
prices being too high to ju.itify shipping at
present. We continue to quote prime red at
bjc. "ji bushel; prime white 75c. bushel. .
FLOUR No change. Market steady at
prices in our (able. Demand confined to home
BACON Hams 7ejc ; Shonlders 6c;
sides 8c. d, from wagons; an advance
on these figures must be paid from store.
GROCEPJES Market dull, aud supplies
light, though ample for tbe season. Prices
Tiie DryGoodf Jlarket.
Nkw York, Friday, Aug. 13.
The Importers and Commission Houses show a mo
derate but steadily increasing business, and there are
Bomeof our jobbers who are more actively employed
a few leading ones are quite busy indeed; hut we
are under the iuiprctei( n that with some of the Job
bers who do a regular credit trade, tins artitrity has
been acquired by a yielding in the n1fcer of Ihe strict
credit period. In Baltimore and 1'hiladtkt but, we
have the best authority for saying, the Jobbers are
conceding in the matter of credit as mticti as ten
mouths from the Hist of September; aud it, is not in
the nature of mortals, that our ewn jobbers should
allow such 3, breach of laiih, tacitly if not Sormally
pledged, to restrict credit to eight months al the long
est, and six mouths generally, should secure tin ad
vantages the guilty parties have undoubtedly hocd
to gain. The growing conviction that the country is
substantially solvent, and that long bills an- more cer
tain to be aid al maturity, thus securing Uie bolder
against the disagreeable necessity of granting as ex
tension, has undoubtedly been greatly to the preju
dice of the short credit resolutions tow&ehtne dis
asters of the panic gave rise. The IutjMirters and
I oniestx Con. mission Horses, have, however, o far
as we call learn, been faithful lo strict time in grant
ing credits, and have thus, without contrilutiug to a
restriction which would cramp the effort? ot the coun
try in its efforts to recover Uie ground tl.ul has been
In"!, put a wholesome check upon too exleuelrd credits.
Those House" may do so with less danger of disagree
able or injurious competition from neighlwritig cities:
fr the anif , in the same manner that il h resulUsl
in building up great and strong houses at tae ei-tise
of the small an-i weak ,has increased the prrpttmlerance
of New York over Baltimore, Philadelphia, am Bost
toii; and this tendency of things has bees aided by
the rompelition between the New York aai Fa-ie ami
tiie New York Central llaihoads, l.y which prndfe
may be shipped West and Southwest, to ail xiiul.-t.
at less cost til in from either Philadelphia ar Halts
The auction siles this week have been well attend
el, and satisfactory prices obtained in neaj'iy awl cmo
The leading auction bouses have assumed a jMiMrioii
in Dry tioo.ls, already a high one, and growing every
year in imiorlancf : and we may add, tli.it. our ac.
knowledged isitiou as thfl business orpin of the
whole f 'Hternity of auctioneers, justifies us in saying
that tins is due partly to tiie systematic course of ad
vertising which thev pursue, aud partly to the want,
wh-cli is u.-tier.illy f.-lt, of a Dry tioods F.xehuuge,
which the auction rooms, to some extent, rei yea.
We find the prices of Domestic Cottons so much nn
srttlod, that we omit our Prices Current thu week.
With the lust of another week ills believed II mark
et will he more settled.
B'lOWN SIIF.CTIXCS and srrmTINGS Are U&Se
lower, and moilenttelv active for export: the sales of
sheetings reaching about 1 ,C0 bal.-s, mostly. If not
all, at fc Hj!.'- f'T standard weight 37 inch goods,
seme over weights bunging fr 'c. aud s.mw light
weights liner fahric S-4c.
BLEACIlFPlitMlDH Are in fair demand at steady
prices, but we hear of no movement worth notrtjg;
tiie pont.ac wide g.wd are lavorites at I'.'c.
DI'.ILIS A sale of IIOO cases heavy Brown PnBs,
40 yards, full weight, fo' Ontia, at ic is the ia.st
important tranracliou of the week iu Uiis article, live
slock is large an this prire Is considered a very full
COTTfiV FI.ANNFIA The sale ut auction of So. Ik
and Schuylkill Canton Flannels, on Wednesday, by
Messrs. Wilmerdings k Mount, though well attended
and the bidding spirited, established a decline on
llh-se goods of about Jc. p.-r yard, as cottiired with
agents late prices. The SufMks sold at .Vs!'-'.c.
usistly at the inside figure. The nominal price here
tofore sas rsren )c 8 months, but tliey were readi
ly .Maine. I at 1V. The auction sale was tin six
months. Tbe point does not appear to he well Bellied
whether the agent 'ft prices shall be reduced. The
Schtiv!il!s sold at 7 ltc.
rr.lNTlN'l! CIXIT1N. There is considerable activity
at st -ady prices. We note, sales of 4,00 pieces of
44x4S."at 44'c4,MK) pieces 4S x 52, private terms:
and 3,300 pieces 5d x 00, i1; 14 square is firm at
Mi if?. IF. LAINris am UINUHAMS ove but
tdowlv excel at some concession. -
I'UINTS. Tiie hljher grades of domestic douMe
printings, brought out this season, are so actively urg
ed oxn market, that opening prices are not sustained
and lo,a;10l,c. are now ruling. The standard irioi
fr m the Merrmturk. Cochheru, and other works, r
very firm at f($10c, but Ihe bulk of the business is m
medium qiialilU'S at t,c. of hich there are foil
offerings among win. t. we notice the g.ssls of Bead,
Cha'iw ick A-iN-xlor, a Boston house, which has re
cently established a branch here. Their goods ar
showy stripe styles .-ome as highs Pc all on tbeir
own cloths, printed by the best known printer. This
Hi one of the new phas'8 which the late panic baa put
upon the manufacture and sal-, of Prints.
CiTroN" JEANS Are quite acUve, aud we notice, a
nnvltv with a side band, with Messrs. Almy, Palter
oii k Co.
SJI.tWLi I org Shawls and Hands are very dull.
The Waterloo Mills Mantilla and Jacqtiard meet with
a quirk demand, and they are entirely without com
petition. WOOLENS I'oion Cloths and Casstmerea are bow
from Bve to fifteen cents aome say liiteen to twenty
rents lower titan in June, and as a consequence we
find cl.-tbars pureh.-isini; more Iberally. Tbera
bare ben sales of SaUitets at auction this week, by
Wiln erding A Mount, and ll.n-gerly A Co., and the
goo. s brought Irom VC to(0 rents per yard the
Iw-tler the goods tbe more reaey ihe sale. The bollc
of prir.- were from 'M to 40 cants Oxfords 34f23oc.
C .dets 3H-.
BlXKETS Offered at auction have sold welL
JVew Orleans .viarketa.
Naw (lataaa, Aug. 14, P. M.
COTTON Tliere has been only a moderate Inquiry
to .lay and we have heard of barely OOO bales sold al
prs rs w ithin Uie range of our
Uid.llu.r 11 fibllv
C.m.i ordinary . V
Low Msldhi g .10 i10t.
Middliug Fair.. Ca
Fair . mi
(hkvI Fair.... nunnbaL
SI'CAR About lOOhhdx have been mild at steady
praea. rair lotullv lair S5.'ac- P
M. iLASrS Ihereis n .iiui on the Levae, and wa
have beard of no transactions of any tnonienL
luHA.tXi No sales ol importance repot U-d lo day.
llll'R Tbera has been a good demand with aa ad
vance iu price . The sales ansunt to about 4,uos
bl.ls. including 20O Indiana fuperflne at S4T6; 100 St.
Iruut (Bella Air) al Uie same; 2,VJ auwinn oa yrt
vuu terms, and W0 extra at Sd jp, bbl.
W HrlAl We have not heard .4 a sale lo day.
COKX Some S.bttO sacks have teeu aeld, including
CSaj interior and m isty al 00c. ; I J0 ordinary at 65.;
414 mixed al 66c.; a) at 6Sc. and SlByrtlow on priv
BaOiX Tbe sales corat-ie IS ranks Shoulders al
7 ,-., &o iu ttirea or r-sur uu at Sc.; 15 do. barged al-
alar, and la kerrea Su.g 'f sugar cured Hajua at
WHUtlvY IO0 bbia. Kaw sold ai s 4 r.. ' yf gallon.
torttb Webava4 aeard ti a.
SHELBY MEDICAL COLLEGE,
SESSION OF 1 8 5 8 - 5 9.
I IMIE f IRSTBir.fLAB t rKKSK OF LECTVKIS la
X thw ln1il.,lien w ill cotxmence on M ON DAK , tbe
1 - or Nt,t Knnk.B, ls&a, and wdlcoctinaa Iu Um 14 of
H ai i ti enfilln.
Iuk II. at i xi T Ch rsk i Ixrrrsics, frae Iu all
tadelits, will b - given during tbe tuutiUl of OctulMT,
THOMAS L. Ml MUX. at. 1... rrr of Aaatomy
(l-ja rt.ive, ILsbdua-aml and fmrfXJtL)
JOHN FBU iFIUCK MAY. M. U, l-n-eemr of Pricci-
pW- anrt t-rt Kin of !urgarv.
IiAXIU. F. WKiuHT, af.lk, rro(MW of pbyakdogy
JOilN II. t Al J JAlduIt, U. IX, IWacaar a kUlsrm
Metto a and Them"-uls.
RH 1IAKI) (k Ct HhAY, M. 11. rWeasor of MaJxkJ
f naaiatlayaasi Maaawi JarlpradVne.
E. IL H.Vsk.l.NS, M. 1)., fvotasaor of Tbrory and Frat-
fcc Med a- wa. ' ' . -
J.JO N' P. Kt.kii, M.D. rmfeinr l Ubatetrks and
DtMNUe of Wuawa aadChtldlra.
H a CuMIToN. M. D. UsnwHistralur Aoattsniy.
Tas ttrr H.rrrat at npun tba preaaawa ut U C"4-U-.-,
and ander clrol ut lL Far ally , at wbaih npa
ratiou ara perftwioed, and Cafcsl prravrtlKid Iwf , and
CLata-al LM-turra tfrltrarad-
Auv.uat ef tees t-r Lectures, IU : MasriealaUoa
f, paid bul c, ti OO : tkHB Htra4sM"a tmm, ra
Iaaa4 hal otirc, (10 OO; Oraduauno foa Ua 00. -
t.oriirnt Biran caa b c blamed fur I1U t
Fur fanlwr dcLLll.Of ar.iorrer. U, apply Id
JUHN F- F.4J,al.l.
KATES OF KXC1IAAGK.
coKxacrxa waauT bt
THE DANK. OF THK C?I1:
N ash viiiX. Toct.T Angusl 19, 18&4
Bank of Tennessee, par hsoSb Carolina Uauaaaar
Lumjb Bank, ......... par
planters' Batik, par
Merchants' Bank ,. .. par
Bank of the Union,,., par
Traders' Bank, par
Bank of Commerce,.., par
City Bank, par
Farmers' Bank , par
Bank of Paris, . ......pa
Bank of Chattanooga, . pax
Bunk of America-. liar
New Orleans Bank yar
MoWe Banks,... V
Kentaeky Baaks. ..par
5Htsonri Banks.... ...pa-
North Carol Aa bank
Virginia Banks, . 1 dia
SUIe Bank, Idi
Slat Bank 1 dis
CiUiens' Bank brk
Bank of Memphis,.... ;af
Buck's Bank, ...... ...par
Kiver Bank, ........ ..par
Commercial Bank, .... par
Northern Bank, ...... par
Southern Bunk,... imx
Bank of Nashville, . lOr 4i
Bank of Shelby ville... par
Oeoee Bank. . 10e-di
Bank ol Iundridgo,lo dia!stiver,
Bank ot J.ii Our ne, xac 3
Bank of Tazewell, . aoc dia
Bank ol Trenton, . . iisr di
Bank of Jellersii . aec dis
Bank of Knuxvuie, par
Bankot Westlenueswa par
XewY'ork Sight . U(Spr
I'hUaUelirfna, . . . (a ,pra
5rw Orleau lre
KaJtunure, .W pre
Louis v ale, a pr
All Old Banks,
New 3anka. ...
...... par so 'sand loo s, .87
. riai!l4i's Sua
WilOLESlLE PRICE CVRUEKT.
Collins & Co.
H. Collins aud
oilier make - dlu14
Yellow, 1W 22
Tallowv M d, t la- Ol
Summer, ( 15
Common ( xv
mgs, lb- 4iS
Mill Cranks it
liudgeous, fS 4
f It )a(0
En 'isb D'ry , It- (a 15
CumVI, t Uuli li(ai'20
Java, Lt 1(7?18
Ijguvra, " (g)14
;kio, - yiMu-vs
Sheet, V IV fsM
M.nnllu, V l,u;-t
Bale Hope r "(a.1 11
Al: & Tea. y 7 ,'.fa 10
700, Y uui. (a) 9
6O0, '- fa10
4isl, " fa 1-
4 4 sheet s;, f yd fa) 4i
Osnabnri " l-iVavl-
Tent CUwh. l
wide, V.v 11.(Si12
Tarp.kO.lui koUir ( t
Twiiled lig.-g, 12)aWl4
Mariner 'saUp's 14(al
Jean-, 41 'AV 45
i'Ui.isoi L;w ysoUiaao
V .!'. f,i4 80
Pau-nl kn.e. Wine,
sewed . rioi f5'4 00
DiU US Jt HVF. sTl tFS.
Aloe.,, t it, tartan
Alum. - fftt'
As-at..td, ' r4U
Borax Cru4u 2fi(a'M
" reluied," aaf,u4D
ilrilnsu.ne s.41r .fj S
liii.-.l, VLb .Mi,
Castor (Hi, per
gabou. l WifaS2
Cream Tarvu:, 4ilfi;4:I.lt'
Kp-. SaiU, y 1W &(i
Flour Sultdiur, 'iuS .
tiuin Arabic, 3iiaHd
" Copal, tt(itifi
Ijiecac, - fa. - -: i Su
Jalap, " SlSi.al.'i
lg.).l,gr'ad in) a
Madder, f tt lja'17
Maglin.-ia, i()l 20
Oil l'epperm'ts $4',f i
Opium, V lb 6(1107 00
Qucksilver, " S K0(ffl 2i
g.iuiuie, " mnaii 'H
Craen, a Ih n 5-
1 ry sailed . s th'a (1
Mex.can Flint, lb.
Manilla, lb Bona.
American uew -
rolled, ft ft. a
Bar, com. & (ok ?
Best boil 'r Von ,
t'arraeaa, "e lt (1 liftd "
Fig, V ft fo 7,
Box, -- a b
mk lw'd, ft 27fa"-
Skirting, " tad'l
Haraess. " m2:iw'A
New - Orl.viiik. a
gallon, (in bbls) 34a3S
V tab, (in bbl S(a,4
Stigai-House, " 4oraM
uVold'asyr'p, " oufeo
lOd, V keg, $4 60(0-3 75
I.ard,?galiuu, $ (a) O0
Linseed, ' 80(a) Mi
Sjierin. " $ f)2 20
lunuer'a, ' 75fo.l 00
White Lead, in
oil, a keg, ti 302 40
a pound, 35rt?45
Span'h Br'n, 4(d) 6
WuiU-Eiuc, " 12.fa)l
Brown, " (a)
Stone Color, to'10
ft 7 fa) ,'
Shoulders, 6 (a1
Sides, " (,d U
Hog round ,
uew, 'j! ft frf
Fork, " (a
Buiier, " l'-S'
l.isj, ta D
Meal, ' liurh. 4l'(u 4a
'-Hts, V dog. (ti 1
iCwoUua, ( ft b;U) 6
Barrel, bush. 37',
Sack tine, ' hag $1 75
coarse, " $1 bOfol H
Clover, 60757 00
Milieu, t (a)l 00
timothy, S3 6('rj'4 00
V lax Seed, i0iq) 75
Herd's Grass, (1 -fyul 60
clean, 1 60(1 75
stripixHl, SI L'to 1 -5
Orchard, $1 ,b(a2 ou
Hungarian (1. Seed, 2 50
Buck, ?, bug, 7il 50
i'atcut, " t (al'i 00
Cin. n, a ft (H) s
Ca.-t.le A W ind r, 'JmJA
ter, lb 6Stfil
EnglisU " " to)l
Caat. " (,i)M
Shear, " liaO
German, ' 1 .',',(; 15
S.il S.K'.a, " &('a) C
Salts-t.r, " 12 Lift 14
Saleralus, " Tn"
S.-uua, " Sarn'"')
Sugar la-ad, ' fa O
Verdigris, 'L (50
Live Ceese, y w, aio3
3, Vharr.-I, $1
Extra, M M'rti 5 00
Superlinc, 7.''i 4 0O
Fine, a iki(j3 Isj
Raisins, fi bx i- '!-,' 'i
Almonds, s ill
shell, Y Jb Cora -5
f bushel, 76
Peaches, drid ,
. bushel, 1 00
Peeled I'ea. lies,
l bushel. 2 00
Ginseng, " )(, 40f34s
tixto, bx,4 00r7T4 5o
loxlC, " 4 2&fa
luxU, Si 50fo;
Wheat, H best. B!iS)75
Rye, " 40,M)
Oiilfi, cleaiir" o!0
2i bush. eiM-fr. 1v14
Rifle, keg, (S1 60
Blasting, fd,b 00
strained, . ft ISU.i,
V. Orleans, V lb
Havana, wh'te 1W11
do brown " (?
Powdered, " 13(ai4,S
Sice, M ft 13
Giug.T Race, ' (a 0
Cloves, '' 3.'.14'l
Pepper, " (oil3
French, gal $2 505
40(o, 1 5
tl 25fS)l 50
1 30ffil 50
Rendered, "p ft
Imperial, ft $ SOfal 00
Giinis.wder, ' S
Black, " S
Cling, f b 255)30
IN HI AIL
Ck1er,V gallon, fa) 10
" ft l.arl, $4 604v5 00
Ma.Wa.Vg ,l 6of72t 09
Sherry, S2 00a4 00
Malaga, " S 4HIoj1 26
Port, H 00,04 00
Common , V ft 20fff25
Fine washed, 25fa30
IMVEItSITY OF NASHVILLE.
I. Collegiate Department,
1 1 IaIT A IV v" CO VSmY.
3. Bbkkik. ljj.utT, M P.. IV D, Chancellor of the Uni
versity, and Professor of Chemistry and Geology.
Col. B. R. JoHNaos, Superintendent of the Military Col
lege and Professor of Engineering.
Jaaaa F. HaatiTox. A.M., Professor of Malhemaucs,
Natural I'lnlosophy and Astronesny .
J. H. Stkwakt, A.M., I'rrfetor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature.
F. L. J. Tbyshkms, A.M., Professor of French aad
G. S. ButcKta, A.M .M.D., Profess. rr of BoCmy and
Rev. I. W. HoTT. A.M., M D., Professor of Mental and
Moral Pbiluaophy, n:td Biblical LiU-rature.
C. K. Wivstoji.M D., Surgeon.
fl'HK First Term of tbe next Academic year crtn
X menees on the COth .rf September, aud the Im
otid Term I4lh of February.
Tuition. Boarding, Washuig, F'nel.Ibioni, Hervahts'
atteu. lance, and l'r of Arms, SIOO per lerni. Ma
triculation Fee S5 Students are required lo furnish
their rooms, wha h can be done at a moderate charge,
by reul or purcti.iM. Fjiglneertng. reuch, Spanish,
German, I ra whig. R.aA;.ke.-piiig, and fencing, each
SIU per Term ut Iweaty weeks.
Iu the regular Orllrgiate Course, the ancient reputa
Uon of tha I'ntvrrstty t'T Sclent. nc and Onsswal
M. holarslnp will be maintained, and at the same t nie,
every facility arlorded th.se who doira t pursue a
partial conree. Besides the four r.'gutar College CAasa
v, there is also a PrcparaUwy Clasa. Studeuta uuder
14 years of a-e wiil nt b sdnnued.
By Ihe aid .4" Military Discipline, eflWtive gorero
merit is established, and heailli,lhysica4cultur,(oud
order and industrious bab-.ta are promoted.
Fur Catal.ues. or addiuonal uifurmatioa, apply to
any nwuiber td" the Faculty.
II. 3Iedlcal Department.
fTHE Seventh Annual Course of Lectures In this
Z. Institution will couuiinre on Monday, lb 2d of
November nrxl, and contiuue untd U lust of sue
Ta"ie R JMoa, M D., Pmftswor of Anatomy.
J. Bnx UxpnLEr. M D.,l'ruior of CUcmuory aad
C. K. iM., M P.. Profeaaor of Malaria M.otca aad
. Medical Jurwurudeuce.
A.H. Brt-Bix.x, M D., Profesaor ed" Surgical Anato
my and Pbvstology.
Jons M. Wrns, M IV, PTofeaser nf OhaVtrKa and
and th Dtaeasaa of Woman aad Children.
part F. M D., Proieaaor at Friociplua aad Prac
ta e of Surgery.
W. K. Bowuxo, M D., ProftaMur of lustiuilaa aad
Practice of Medaruie.
Wnuaa T. BauMW, M D., Adjunct Profeaaor and Pa
lue AaKrak-al Kiawa will be ovted for aladeata
a lb nrt M-moUv in October, (the 6Ua).
A TVefusiaary Ckmrm (ST Lrcturca, free la all raw-'
detts, will t- given by tbe Pr(ea..r, cotumucuig
aiso ou the first Monday sf OelotHir.
The Teu.M-ae SVsi H'a.Mtal, aadrr the dtreetloa
of the faculty , is .qn-a tu the .lav Irve f charge. .
A fluxque has W-ea -ta busked ua coaaaruoa atta
the I lnrer.it y, t whab operatn are urrturtad aad
c. jweacr Jed for and Asc tared upua mjjte preaesvea
of tae claaa.
Amount of Fne for Lrrtarea la Bloi; MatrtrulaUna
few ( paid ear imly ) S5, Pracljcal Aani, ay SIS, Urad
aaiajO lee, -. ...
i Coed boardinf caa be prorared fur SA lo S4 per
erk. I or fttrtoer aifiarmau . CalaiutiM aivtjt
W. a. bo UNO, M. It.,
JytS-tm Ucaa vf the rny.
THF arxl Wa austla1 ansei vt lae above lawav
Ulna, anuated oa the tiattaua TwraaiAe, !
suite fr.no hvdle. wul assainteaee ea oa 14 e
Kriaetnber. lUl.aai CMauaae to tae let ef Jaly,
liM. - NAlHLOiUr.
augl1-datriwla - : - -
rfK. fC( FFATWarked White Fine Floor U2f
I tuas is. iia.1 aaA for aala b
SL UL PHUT
AGRICULTURAL & SEED WAREHOUSE,
09 MARKET STREET, IV ASH VILLE. TENN.
WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF REAPERS, THRESHERS, Ac, Ac,
y I which we oiler upon the most fuvorul.le ter-ns. Below will-be fuuaU a list ol tb- vari
ous Implements and Machines we sell
I J tL.rvl RE URAFT REAPER AN1J MOWER. KEW YORK HAN'D IMKIVG
11 Reaper. Pell, Manny' Self Raking Reaper and Mower. V. Mannj'rilanJ Taking
Jveapcr and Mower. 3 8
' ARM3TR0NG & CO., Aoext.
M0FFATT-S5 FOUR HORSE TIIKEP1IKR AND CLEANER. MUNX"S FOUR H0RSL
1 ower and Thresher. MutiuV Two Horse Power and Thresher. Kailroad Two Horse
1 ower Thresher and Separator. Railroad One Horne Power Thresher and Separator
ARMSTRONG & CO-, Asexth.
"DORTAULE STEAM ENGINES FROM THREE IO TWENTY HORSE TOWER
, 'a,i"nnry I";n,pi1,u'sJro",T,;n Forty Horse Power. Uo.tLIe ui.d Single Portal.le Ciieu
lar Snw Mills. Mulaj Saw Mills. Portable Grist MH&.
ARMSTRONG & CO., Aoexts'
QIXCLAIR-S POWER AND HAND STRAW CUTTEPA Cl'MMINGS S TOWER AND
kJ Hand btraw Cutters, baulord s Hand Straw Cutlers.
ARMSTRONG L CO., Agents.
MILLER'S STEEL PLOWS;
Avery's Cast Plows;
Hall A- Siears's Plows
PORTABLE II AY PRESSES;
Revolving Hay Rakes;
Horse Hoes; .
If nmnlirev'n l'n
We also have
large supply of Piaster Paris.
Store House on I'nioii street.
Wm. IL Evans, Adui'rof Chirles M. FJii.-tou dec'.L,
vs. ll.il g.ir.-t F.lltst. hi and others
BV virtue of a decree ol the ('liiiii,--i y Court at
Naehville, in the above cans.-, I will o!.Tf..r s.ile
at the Court-house in this cttv. u SA I t'l'.l'AY, TIIE
4111 DAY UFM:riEMHf.R Nt-'r,iiii un. li ided font Hi
UiWrest iu the Store bouse on the nottli tde..f I'm. 11
street, 111 tins city , and at present occupied by Fill. Ion
A Muttheas, hut in c.-ie no salisfuctot y tod 1e toMde
for s.ti.1 toui th interest I Mill proceed ut t ll-- same
tune and place to s-dl Ihe h..e of said store linuse
and l si. The lot fraants about ItKa-a t on Ctnon str.-. t,
and runs Inu'.k about 64 t.-et to an alley six tea t a ide.
Ttsas. 6 and li mouths' credit with tnt.-rest Irom
date; na.tcs wtlh approved s.-a-uriir, payaMe in Hank,
required and lieu reUiim-d . S.le free it "in eiptity or
redemption. J. K.. c I .FA Vf.-,
jyH tlerk and M.ister.
A. C. A. H. K. e. h vs. li. y Adams and others.
Itenj. F. Cow.in r. (..-., in.- W. A l imn and otii.us.
1)LICsl ANT tea Dei-roe of this Court tit May Term,
ls:iS, in above cause, will sell at thii Camr,
llottse d.a.r, In the citv of N'ushville. on SAU'lUlAY
THE lsT I'A V i'F At (.;T. ls..s,a II .use au.l I.t in
V.:(..-v.k ' Addition to N'a-hMiie. The 1. living on
the wot Mite of Mi. Iisou sn.-.-t, ami fruiiliiui thereou
ajlty left, and running buck 1 .VJ feet to a 10 ioa.l alley.
Tkhms Six and twelve months' credit, with note
well s. -cured and hen r.-Ltine.l , and s.ile tree Irotu re
demptiam. J. E. G LEAVES,
Jy 17-td. C. M (liancery ("out I ut .N.u,hv lUe.
Valuable Hiiildin Iot on 3Iai
ket stuff, near (lie Square.
Rachel D. hiniiry and others va J-hu O. Ew ing.
BY virtue ..I a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville. I will sell at the Court house in this
ity.ou SATl KI'AY, THE 4111 DAY 'F SEPTEMBER
NKXl,tl.at valuable vacant IjH on the east side ol
Maik.-t street near the public square, fralini; i"J lo
.'d f. et and running hack 110 fc. t. and adjoining the
block ot buildings now being .r.t-ie.l by Messrs. Mor
row A Maxcy. Fuilher puiuiul... will l.u giveu 011
day of sale. J. FI. GLF.AVES.
Jy2-td Ch rk aud Master.
liugg Lot on Cherry street, next
-to Commercial Hotel.
Samuel H. Bupg and wife at. R. G. Pmiley and others.
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in above rause, 1 will oiler fair sale al
the Court house iu this ritr, on SATI RDAY.THE 4111
DAY OF Sj-j-iEMllFIl NEXT, the Hugg House and It
on Cherry Mre.-l, nortli of aud neart'edar street, slid
a'ljoiuuig Uie Commercial II..U-1. The lxtt I rout t4
leel on Cherry si. and m Uo feet deep.
TsKK-a 41&0 la ba, paid in cash, and the remainder
lo lie due aud payable in 3 equal instalment, due 1st
of Nov. IfeiS, 6v and 60, for w hveh approved nou s,
payable in bank and bearing interest tr.tn day ol
sale, will be required. J. E. oI:AVF--,
jy-U Clerk and Master.
Ilroad Street House and Lot.
D. F. Wilkin, Adm'r.. &c.,n. Sarah Cameron and
BY vh-toe of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in above cans.', I will -!l at the Court,
house in thia ritv. on SATURDAY, TUK4rH I'AY OF
hEITEMUEK St XT, the House aud L.H on a.tb aide
iff Broad slrea-l.aud went of aud second from fuiuiuer
ctreet. Sud I4 frouts IU lav-t ou Broad street and
runs hack 40 feel lo a 10 fa-el alley.
Tex.. Credit .4 one year with Ui tores t, bole well
secured, payable in bank, and lieu retaineal.
J. K. GUJtVE..
JyJ9-ld Clerk and Master.
Iloiisie and Lot on McLcmore
BY virtue of ttis swer and authority vea-led in me
by Kottert Tindall and J B. W buc, I will ofl.-r lr
Bale at lies C.airt hoatee Iu this city, tm SATl'KDAY,
THE4T1I OFJtJTEMBfJt MJiT.a Lot ou iheeatl side
of McLetii'H-e atreel, uorta (d1 Cedar lreet. froblut
.11 AlcLa-iMore MnrtNJ faset and running luck half
way tu s.priee. auwt on wha-b is ailualod a frame
Dwelliug ami otber .Hit houaaa.
Taaa. 4 anrl 1J months' credit, without Interest,
except SjO which will he reqinrwl Iu cash, 0ola-a well
arcared and lieu reunuod until the purclu.se mauiry
is ia;d. J. F (.lUE-,
Jy.1-lJ Clerk and Master.
KLGST0 SPKIXGS FOR SALE.
rV par nuance of a Iit-cree of Una Cawrt. at Ita las
May Term, 1VS", I will aider lor sale lo lti. bigba-el
bidder al Uie Court House uor in the CUT at Nash
ville, mi 1AT11UAY, llta, Vlar DAY of AlGL'sT
next, thAt valuable prupa-rty known as tbe Kaigstaw
Sprtngs, siluau-d J unlea west a a" Nashville, aad w .la
in a lew hundred yarals af w.e Nauva.le aad Norlh
Wmtrra liaiiiuad, aud mi Um wanataDm bank of llarprlb
river, in (Tacalbatu ra.itoty.
s-anl prt pert caMiusu o4 Ilia spring, Il.Ael build
Ingt, aud twu huudrasd and l.yiy bve acrae f land
suiroundiu: the sumo ; has Juabi muteral and
fr.t-.ione spring up it , due CsUujg straaaua m na
imine-tutc vtcunty,and will ou lue cajuiiaetioa ef tae
fUiiroad he wiLhis an ItaMir'a travel of tbe cy of
Tuiaa. The biddings for that ruirrty will be (vfasa
ed at M &JU, upon Um Iuuuio tersua : One aalf of
ttte p-ircaaae luuaaey a be paid ua tbe Kola ef J aa aw
ry IM, with uue ear's inliraiwl.aad lite etna kali on
I lie -lii January, itVUI, w lUi twa years' tniereat ad
ded. J. F. G LEAVE.
J1T-U. C. a M. tLancery Court at Nashville
Duuavaut Tract of Laud on
North aide of the Itiier.
L4. Vu-an, Adm r ,c , as. M. EvereU, Adas'! , Ac.
aud others. , . , ' ,
BY virtue a detree tle CLaarwry rrt al
NaauviLe in above taaiae, I wul paraacced u arU
Iu tb aaglat bidjaaars : al U . twart H-"i IB thl ll ,
00 KATl Kl'A Y ,THk IH F ! JTEMIieAl N KiT, L.s
Nab. l,t aal 4, Ua um uivauwa U th. Ikinaraul tract
.4 L., and ben g cii .( aaid Tract vt Land reu.a;u.
surf r"-'-' : No. 1 aiaklsiuia AA eeree; No 1 contains 3
acrca aad liil poUw,an4 Na. 4 eajuiau. 3a acarr and
ae pa.kw Tiue aa4 aii okaar pnx s a.ae
tiu.t na day u sale. J. t . LF A F-,
jyXa-ta IStxt aaat Maater
HOT 11 LAST I HON.
Tons L.Mla ttA.X Uos an ban 4 oat for
. - ntt mcxct.
. i HARTCX-B MAUAXrVC f o AlCLeT. wet
a4 by r. HACAX
1 inn ft-i' Caortl- f afa Ui the IraH
Liua.inniii twaxa by
StARf IS a CX
NEr HARD WAKE liUlSE.
BIcCALL, VANLEER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALF.RS IU
Frrnrh, Eiiglib, & Anrican Hariwart
(JUXS AND CU'lLERY,
I?lackniitli anal Carpeuter T00U5 als
ltuildins and llailroad Hardware,
Sign of the Big Padlock,
SO. 44 MARKET STREET, NEAP. THU SQUARE,
f;tl f-. K 1. -
Land PlasuVnydraulic Cemenfj., Ac, Ac
ARMSTRONG & CO.
ADFXISSF.R luis removed Ins st.aek of IJaiuon.
. Cigars, Tot s. co, Ac. to No. 6 North (Villa ge st .
at the add sum! ol Mr. D. D. Dickey, where he wilt be
pleased to oe hi friends and customers. yit
HAMVO sa.ld our eutir business to Mr. Alexandr j
IVlisser, we wlsb Iu this nisiiuer to return oa r
J"1 ro thanks lo our friends and a usteniers lor I. o
Llx-ral iitrouage hllherU. hesla.we.1 on i.s, and to s
hcil lor aoir sutcesxara roiniiiuutH.n ol Ihe s.nt.e.
All debts due l our late nrm will be c..in-u. il I,
Mr. Dehsa r or his autha.r.aeal Ag. nt, win. a, aU.uo
eiopa.wered to sa-uie the saxue.
y LYONS CM.
A L E X A N DlTlT"l i: L I S S E K
sutuxw.s to ivoxs 4 Co.,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
HAVANA flGMKS, TOBACCO.
Forf ign Wines, Liquors, Ac., Ac,
5 Korth Collefre Street 5
A A sn vi i.i. k, 'h:..ksm:k.
I WILL kwp . onst.ir.tl j- on hand a large assort mea t
ot loremu BraudU-s, Wines, (;in, Wbieky and lj.
r,"," k,"d" Jhiviuia Cigars, s-u.oku.g aad
I tiewmg Tolu.c n, w ith all gooals appertaining to air
line or iMisma-ss, whi.-h i oiler lo u, trade and the
public generally on the m l advaiilage.s lerms and
bop by energy and prompt atlenliou to business to
obtain a full share .,r the liln-ral imti utimtr bestowed
ou my ledeca-seatr.
y&-t 71 l-nblic Square, Nashville, Tenn.
J lTST IJ EC EIV J : D !
OH ""ASKETS .C.im.t" Clianirauru:
J 1 rasea Sjiarklu.g Il.a t ; '
1 " ' M.elle;
10 " Pull CuUwba;
60 " Pickles, assorted ;
-0 " Spiced Oysu-rs;
10 " Fresh pine A ipla'. superior article;
to aSVheiUam Scliuapps, pis. and qts.;
60 " Latandaiu Cordial tilu, Uoulli A Seaif.
wick's. 4La a a so.
A hlltirila. of lti a.. ,11 L ft. i . T,. m
-., , j . . . aftaauwaa lianas .as u DriliaT. an
article unsuraasaed for the -cur or iHarrbajsa, DyaeW
r --. v.... a .iui.mM-1 aLouijuaiiite. Also, a tun as
a.rUllfllt of LlqUajfS, ala. . .
' v v , A. IFJ.ISifJt
Jyg-tf So. t College Kireet
riHERaoe over the WemphisC.mrse will caMiiuieuoej
X on li fMiAY, October lvth, ltvS.aud couunue
FIVE DA VS. '
FIRST DAY, Tt EsoAT, OcvImt 19 The "Wauca
Sraaa." for three rear olds, tMO entrauce; Su fur
fe,L Mile heaU; three or more to nil the stake; th
Club to add S.imj. provided the rare is run; to name
and close on the 1st day of August, 18iS. Security
will be required Tor the forfeit Iu the above slake.
" 1'av Jockey nub Purse SooU. Three uui)
fECONII DAY, Wrisxt)T, OaUdn-r 20. Jajckey
Club Purse ;K. Mile heals, Uiroe In five.
K Dav Swee-palak lor two vear olals; tiOOeo
trauce; io foriert. .-ish of a mdo," ibrass or more
to fill the slake no three entries. Security wiU be
f a--, ' . o T-aj iut iiia, I OT 1 .-F I .
THIRD DAY, Thcksoat, OcUher21 Tbe "Haac
STxaat," for thra-e year olds. Two mile beats; MM1
enUance; SIWI forlett; three nr tnote lo fill the stake; .
the Club lo add tU), provlaied the race is run; la
name and cluae on 1st day of August, 1 Sis ecurtljr
w ill l-e required for the forfeit.
Fol'RTI! DAY.Fainav. Octa.Ur Jockey Club
Purse 4t"U. Two mile heats.
FlfTH DAY, Sj.Tt-ai.av, tieuiher 23 Joctey Ouh ,
Purse ll.UaU. four mile iieaU
4f" A "Walk ver" tlae above Cnrae entitle the
horse to the full amasunl of Jockey flub purses,
Jt f AU entrwaa, with forfeits secured, ruu-t be dU
WM T. Rot'XPTRIX, Pionims,
c.Vt-td Ueiuul.at raa
alAA. wtixuascCT. EW FIE!)!. Aacusa (wtuTwaa
WILLIAMSOX & CHEATHAM,
L'randifs AViacs and Llqnors,
AND DKALERa IV
Harann Cisan, Tobacco, . Ac
ATA . VOLLKGK STREET,
rT Ml IT. undersigned wtrtild ioform I hey fnt-Msssat
1 the pubi c ganterally, that llwy have asiaortamd
Uw-mselvare avder the brm and t W of
HILMAJIMM A C'lt:ATIIArft
for the traasaclMSs ef a wbatlesja- Liquor aad Wmt
Havana Cigar aeat TotSarc. Busuios. lAavinaS aawawaar- '.
annasd W krp uottuac in titew imr, Xix-pl artalra ef
therrasMi aswaasvvtatrrv.aad a girmg proper at- -teeuua
as buaia., taey reepertfully auia.il a ixsruoa i
vt paldai paArveaga.
awalf AktHKJt 1 1ILATUAM.
WKiiPATKICK, sEVLS & CU,
JXecalTimj. Fin-wixdirijj aad VTuolesals
Slarket atreet, Nashville, Tenn ' .
AYH uv tn Lre a Urg aad coualeW Uuaa t
4 urajceraw eiabracu..
JTSW OlUans Sahara, U fradea;
aTlT ritrl, a harria aaA lawlf barrels; ' "
Coffaa, large and oKitplet atovA; i . ; j
jfUjjuafiidlstswlt. U , li.iir.t
Taaa, ( anlra Karaluea, CUnsti tr ('
asserltd, Pee-aaiw, .llackare-li .
Ts-Ofcrr wiU all kmda of arM:fcse aaoally kept M Ut
(tracery Law.. Uarstaark ,
' Kraa4iraa, Ulaea, Wtalekr. dt-.. :
Wcikwl csauast b arrius.t la tha uar any other
(uaricr. Tw-ar basavy etork asf faxals saw ta sUare w
atvae Use atasauua et the Ired. .
laarto-Af - KIRaJATRICK.yrVTXS ttft1 ,
i Hack beat t Xlaark wheal ! T
JCWT rexeeew!, V tf extra boiled rWuyh L!
batcAwaeau - ta store and for by
VlldK ak VEAD
Delivered W any part ot tae cy tree U ci-ura-au-T-tf