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HOSDAY UtOBKlirG AUGUST 30, 1858
NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
Wishing to confine oar business as near as
JXwaible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter
mined hereafter to collect oar sabscriptions,
within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this
determination into effect, we have placed oar
whole city list in the hands or Mr. WILLIAM
GILL, who will make the collections, and also
attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see
that subscribers are served punctually. "We
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
alloartiea. Those who may desire to save them
selves the necessity of making four payments
during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay xn
advance for the whole year.
Arkest. Lite on Friday evening a young
man naaW X. C. Bikhop was ai rested ou u-
j.fcion of complicity in certain acU of mr--lary
and tl.fovinjr Ia.tt-ljr perpetrated In this
tbis city. The officers ho made the arrest
V iiiS alxMit to ohtain a search warrant, with a
view to examine his room and trunks, he gal
lantly informed them tLat fuch a proceeding
WaH wholly wiperflinuf, u he would willingly
give his consent without the intervention and
delays of the law. The officers then prociitl
t il with the investigation, which resnlted in
th.r discovery of quite a numovx of nati: ky
and oti.. r btolen article. Among the rest
were a couide f watchfs b louging to Ai.fcX.
Whelk., a breastpin tielonging to his wih-, a
p irt mon'uaie of J. Yokk, a wtl'e key of B. U.
C'ittek, a safe key of Jamks Johnson each of
which wan id-ntifi. d ly tb: owner lenid.;8
Kcveral other artkli-s nuppow-d to have been
tol.-u, but not yet claimed. He also had a
frefbfccur on li'm face, which twine attribute to
the late rencontre with, and robbery of Sam.
1). Niruoi.. As far a we Lave learned, how
ever, this fact has uot been established with
any degree of certainty. Enough, ban beeu
arc rtuiued to lead to the conclusion that he
lias been concern d in almost all the r.-ceut
thefts committed in this city. There id a
Mrong probability that be has a number of ac
complices, who have set up in the business of
tillainy here as a regular vocation. There
U; therefore, wt.ik Tor our police, both day
and uight. to ferret out and bring to light the
rct-t or tin-in. Tbic is the prima fatle case as it
now ftand. Umhop vn brougtt before the
magiKtrate on Saturday but on account of the
absence of the attorney, whom he wiidied to
retain as his couuhc!, the examination was
jHjsiponed until Tuesday when he will have
an opportunity of explaining away the cir
iianisianccs atiovc deluili d.
'I lie Hardware 'I rude.
This branch of the trade of Natdiville has
rapidly iner- Uftl of late years, and is likely
to continue to increase for years to come.
This is owing to the fact that our city ha be
come the point whence a large Miction of coun
try, embracing portions of our own State. Al
abama, Georgia, Mississippi and Kentucky,
draw their fuppliea of all d .'scriptious of
goods. Scarcely a retail dry goods or gro
cery merchant comes here that does uot make
a hardware bill, and it is gratifying to know
tliat they liud large stocks to select trom.
Amongst th? large and wcll-asorled stocks
now ready for the full trade, advertised iuour
columns, wc take picture iu directing tlieat
teiition of our readers to, is that t.f Mc.-m-s.
Mi -Call. Vam.kku A Co. It is in all respects
worthy of the attention of buyers; and, we
may add. that iu all Tennessee are not to be
found mure attentive and affable business incu
thau the memliersof this tirm.
Celkiikation Abamionkh. The iirstofSep
teiiUM'r has been named for a general celebra
tion of I lie laying of the iuU malioiial tele
graphic cubic, and it was hoped that the citi-
y. mis of Nashville would manifest some little
interest iu the matter. Inasmuch as they
do not, the Committee; of AriaugenivUtO, ap
pointment by a public meeting to prepare a
programme for Nashville, deem it proper to
ul minion the proj'-ct, and will trouble them-CK'lvi-a
no further about it. Nashville, we
presume, may. therefore, be "counted out''
of the prowsed celebration.
Nashvii.i.k, Aug., 1Mb. 1858.
Miss Cmii.ik A. H.wi.ky :
The under il, who have witness .-dyour
superior artistic pov is iu the chastennd cor-
reci tli liiieatious of character, during your
present stay iu the city, us one of the '"Bailey
otipo," and desiri:ig to give you a more
ii'u-Untial token of t!ieir npi'reeiation, Is'g
eave tu tender you a complimentary belielit
it such tiiiie as will suit your convenience.
Job'i O.anne, Tin. L. Bateman,
E. K. MeCohic, (I. I Hairan
J. C. M Iani. l, J. II. Finn,
James Sinclair, J. 1. BiTene,
Henry Myers, H. F. L. Ford,
W. F. Cri'ddle, W. 1". May,
J. Barrv, L. W. K t ley,
W. II. Aiaihews, L. M. Gorlt-y,
11. Caruthers, 11. II. l i.m,
K. V. Smith, and one iiniiiln d others.
Covvkkcul 1I.tkl. Nashvii.i.k, I
August ix, lo. j
(Jknti.kmkn : In answer to your highly
Littering letter, tendering to iuu a Compli
mentary Belielit, with deep gratitude 1 hhall
most haopy to accept it, and designate
onday eveuiug next. August 30th. for this
st flattering mark of your esteem. Your
I logistic note U the more priz -d ty in; and
.ktilyiug to my feelings, on uccouul of its
Inveying to mo the prolicr of the liit C'oui-
litncntary Belielit I have ever taken iu tho
lautiful city of Nashville, which the kind-
-vs and marks of approval I have al way
L eived from its citizens. Iku caused me to
rnid iu the light of a home.
Tbaaking you for your most couipliinent-
i- oner, ana Hoping mat i suau couiinuuiiy
erve your kind approval by a steady
dug on unto perfection,"
KM 1 LIE A. BAILEY.
'o Messrs. Ozanne and other.
)ANCixo.-Mr. Goodwin, tv hu has been teach-
in our city for muuy year, re-peiis Lis
licing academy ou Saturday next, the 4th of
jtemoer, in hia rooms over Beech's Store,
liege Street. Dancing is an accomplihh-
lit almost absolutely necessary now, aud
i fortunate that the means of iiu-tructiou
It. are so available. Mr. G. promises to iu
luce such new dances as are fashionable,
to keep his pupils up with the times.
Our fiiend Bakmh, recently returned
White county, Nought us an apple fiotu
orchard of Mr. Daviu Littlk. near Spar-
hich, when pulb-d, weighed tureitty-fmtr
l. It has decreased in weight a little,
s still a "whappt r." Wbcn our coutem
ry f the Sjiarta 7W pays us his Se-
er visit, we will have it sen id up in a
ding tor Lis ispici.il benefit.
iLKik lln l, the young mai charged
robbing the mail, whilst clerk In the
Office at C'latksvillrt, who was committed
il a mouth or so ago, applied lat Friday
dge IIi'MPHhKrs. for bail. His applica-
Lvas grauteiL Bond $2,500.
ptEE davs Uixoicn. Pr. Beai.ks will re
al Odd F Hows' Hall three days longer
is b-tvutiful J'oHvrutiu. There u i
lid audience in attendance ou Saturday
UvtKtvH at Ai criov. Our friends Kiiut-
K, Nkvixs & Co., sell Groceries at Auc-
li Friday next.
Dillon 4 Co., sell at auction in front of
their warehouse on College Street, to-morrow
morning, at 10 o'clock a large and well a6aor
ed stock of Groceries, Liquors, Sx.
Pkookksw or Electrical Science. Gal
vanic batteries used to be considered among
the toys of science. They now send an in
etaneoos message from the furthest distances
and fill our houses with the most beautiful
articles of metallic manufacture electro
plate.' A few years ago it was discovered
that a piece of metal might receive a fine
permanent coat of another metal by the
agency of galvanism. The discovery created
a strong interest in men of science. Manu
facturing enterprise saw the value of the dis
covery, the process involved iu which is very
simple. Diluted solphuric acid is poured into
a porous vessel; this is placed iu a larger
vessel containing a solution of sulphate of
copper; a piece of zinc is placed in the former
aud a piece of t-ilver or of copper in the lat
ter, and both pieces are connected by a wire.
Then does the wondrous agent, electricity,
begin its work; a current sets in from the
zinc to the acid, thence through the porous
vessel to the sulphate, thence to the silver or
copper, aud tiieuce to the conducting wire
back again to the zinc, and so oa in an end
less circuit. But electricity never makes
mcii a circuit without disturbing the chemical
r bilious of the. bulb's through which it pass
es, the zinc, the silver or copper, the sul
phuric acid, the oxygen, and the hydrogen,
are all Hi lar affected that the zinc lx comes
eaten away, while a beautiful deposit of
metallic copper, derived from the decomposi
tion of the sulphate, uppt-ars on the surface
of the silver or copper.
Vaccixatiosi or Infants. Mr. Kuhn, says
the Bordeaux Journal of Medicine, found that
vaccination performed on infants the second,
third or fourth day after a previous vaccina
tion al nays succeeded. When performed on
the filth day, it took in one-half the cases. If
atUmptedon the seventh, eighth, ninth or
tenth day. it failed. Hence, accordiug to
these experiments, vaccination does not begin
to be protective uutil after four days from
the inoculation, and as variola has au incu
bation of three or four days, it may happen
that a person exjiosed to it on the fourth day
after vaccination may be seized with small
pox at the moment when the vaccine vesicle
is at the hig'icst point of development. It is
not uutil the ninth day after vaccination
therefore, that one can be considered secure
from the small-pox.
I'otso.viNd i!Y Stkycii.vi.ne. The Lorulun
Malu-al Tin, in au article on this subject,
says that it is unfortunate for the purpose of
the murderer, but favorable to the ends of
justice, that strychnine should lie selected for
the dialsilical object of taking life. There is,
perhaps, no poison which produces such char
acteristic symptoms in the victim while he
yet lives, nor which iifTotds more decisive evi
dence of its presence after death. A minute
fraction of a grain, lying ou the animal inein
brauces after deaiii. will exhibit, under ap
propriate tests, a series of resplendent and
iridescent rings of color to the chemist's
view; and it is also found that a portion of
Huid from the intestines introduced iuto the
ti-ifciies of a living animal, will excite the
same convulsions as the poison.
(?ki:o;sotk Foil Wakts. Dr. liainey of St.
Thomas's Hospital, Loudon, ha furnished a
communication to The Ixincet, detailing the
effects of creosote upplied to warts. He ap
plied it, umong other instances, to an obstin
ate warty e.xcrcsccuce ou the linger, and then
covered it over with a piece of sticking plas
ter. This course he pursued every three days
for two weeks, when, on examination, the
wart was found to have disappeared, leaving
the part beneath it quite healthy.
Ksivk.s FoitTiiE Million. John Williams,
at his Cash Hardware Store, has now iu store
a good assortment of all kinds of Pocket
Knives of Bogers, Wostciiholin and other
makers. He is selling a good Congress knife,
of U'osten holm's manufacture, at $1 00 each,
and others iu proportion. aug2C
On MimilHy the lilii el' V,teinbcr, the undersigned
will i.h ii an I niibii and t'l.issical school fir Itoys.in
tlie hriek SYImm.I nx.ni en lur South -ud of the lot oc
cuieil iy IK Kemlree Church. This ImiMiiii; luui been
leased for a term t V ars with the viow of vslah
lisheif; a permanent school of Ineli gr.nlo. TUunuin
lier of piiiU will tie limited to twenty.
Tkkjih. K'T KiikIisIi hraiu lies $(l; for tho Itui
and (ireek Classics, i riu 1 u i 1 1 1 e; the lniiher branches of
llheiii:it.i's $ 10, kt session of five months. No de
duction for iilihein o cxecnt iu cum-h of protracted lil
ne. II. F. hKNTLKY.
Jonv A. Mi'Kwtx, JoH.ir Trimble,
Aiiki A. H.ii.i, J. II. MrFKKKis,
Jonv It. Ij.MiHu:r, L. I. ilrtrrox,
it. J. Jlkiiis. iin auia-td
Ureal Itaralua at o. 22 I' u bile
We will offer our euttre stock of goods at
cost, for cash only, for a few days to make
room for our Fall tock. Now is the time for
everybody to get cheap good. Call soon or
rou will miss the chance.
' jyL'7. I. C. NICHOLSON A CO.
elllii:r M !
The ri'iiniinder ol iny so-ckol rich I'arm punnets and.
Millinery tloodsul the .Ww York KiMis.rium,oJ I'mon
street, wiil he m.M w it 1 I n th ji month at a Krual sacn
Ue. w ithout rus'ard to cost or other coin-nleratioii.
Kxi lune I'ink , llni I'ree-Jioro', and t 'UireiiB' Tank,
m;.lin, taketi ut "b cel. la ou llio dollar.
aniiii-tr uiis. ixyij:
in., i wit ai.tv.
4jT We am autitorixi'd to aniieunc.- (;rn. , f.
Chralhani aa a eaudidum for Mayor of iha City
ut Vttiivillci, at llio eiisiiiuK election. ani'U-fei
aWi' ara authorized to anuoiin TtltiS. J.
llAIIJv, Fjj., aa a caudi.UK for Uayor of this city a
Hie vumiiiis iuunicial rl. tmn. aiijl-to
mr u' are autbonxetl tu announce S. N. 110U
U.V.MloKril a acaudidme for Akleinuui In Uie 6th
mf w ara autlioriivd o annnttur JOHN A.
I L-lll R a a caudli auj fur Aldurniao In the 6lh Ward,
at tiie cuaiog ektUKi. aufrV-t
If- We are aiilliori'd tuaunounee JAMES M. 11 AM
Il.TuN aa a candidal for Alderman In the 4th Ward,
at tbe natung election. ang7-te
ll f Wo are aultturuwd to annoqnea HFJtMAN" OUX
aa a candidate fur Axlcruiau tu lUe (lib Ward.
W are auU.orix.Hi u anuoaoce J. C. PARHtN
aa a camUoale for Couucilmaii Iu Um ath Ward, at lb
ruxung elm Una. aairM-tr
BiT We are authri'd tu annouor JolI.V W.
Cl'U MAS aaa caaUiUalo for Cvutat. ilmaa Iu Cm 2nd
f U ara anthorlaed to anuxinc C. H CO.VCUt
aa a landwlato for Councilman in the tb Ward, ai the
ei.niiif el.t Lea. autS-lo
are anttiortxeil t announce R. C KKA.-.
r Kt, a a eabutUaM lor t'htK.'iituau la lb Kb Ward.
tjr We are authur.aed Iu anuouoce W. H. IiKUl'U-
II RAN III a ratio idalc for (Vuucilinaa in tha tweuud
Ward, al tU Uimj eULaxi. auf-u
Mr Wa are auihonani to anniK Br C. E. II. MAR
11 aa a canJi.l .te fur Cuuucduuut ut tbe U Ward al
I be aiuMiuig eiucuua. aasl:
Notice to Tanners.
W have constantly ou baud and for rale
;ki:i: saltcd ii i d i: s,
At No. 28 .South Front itrtt,
Irl-lliii J un U. ttl ,
11IAVK a No. I-hW-kaoiiih , t )ara old, aad k4
Kmm1 tiharai-ur, lu( aaaar. wu.awmlMhwl'krJ
1 aro num. - M uX. L. iiuV t, J a.
Rock City Mills.
J. E. IIAr.tIA!V & Co Proprietors.
FK. B A CM AN k CO., Manufacturers of BOCK CITY
FIJJVH, wdl pay tbe hurticst pric at all time,
for Wlrat and Corn, ot tlieir Mills, corner of Line aud
Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn.
BET ATX PEIci OF TL0TTB. '
From and after this date, until further notice the
KxtraKumily Flour..$2 60
Fine Flour 2 00
I nlK.lled 2 50
Middlings 1 25
All articles sold by the
Fine Bran........... 60
Mixed Bran 60
Coarse Bran 40
Corn Mjcal 60c ft busheL
undersigned deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge. When Belling by
the quantity , their rate of discount is 10 per cent from
retail prices. J. . B At' MAX k CO.
JJAiK OF COMMERCE.
Mahhviixs, Tkx., August 21st, 1859.
This Bank has removed to the corner opposite tbe
Planters' Bank, in the old Union Bank building. Tbe
building formerly occupied by the Bank of Commerce
ia f.-r Kenton favorable terms. Apply soon, if you
waut it. to
aug-23 tr JN0. D. JAMES.
We have just learned that McLean's
Stkengthknino Cokiiial will cure the various
diseases prevalent among Children. It is ne
cessary every parent should keej) supply on
hand, and when required give as directed.
Try it it is pleasant to take. See advertise
ment in another column. aug24
YOU FEEL DEBILITATED.
YOU FEFX NERVOUS.
YOU ARK WORRIED ABOUT TRIFLES.
YOU CANNOT WORK W ITH ENERGY.
YOU DO NOT FEEL LIKE DOING ANYTHING.
YOU HAVE NO APPETITE.
YOU CANNOT SLEEP AT NIGHT.
YOU FEEL WEAK.
YOU FEEL DIZZY.
Then use Hooklamj's Gekma Bitters; they will
cure you without fail.
For sale at the I'rinciiil Office, 418 Arch St., Phila
delphia, and are Bold by druggists and store keepers
in every town und village iu the United States, Catia
das, West Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per
bottle. See that the signature of C. M. Jackson is on
the wrapper of each bottle. aug'J-lui
Prepared by Dr. JAS. WILLIAMS, for c,,re f DVS
PWSY, and nothiug but DYSJ'EItSY, (as ad verlited in
another column,) lias, by its own merits, obtained for
itself so high a reputation iu Philadelphia, that 1'hysi
cians acijiiainted with its properties, are using it them
selves and prescribing it tu their patients, convinced,
by observation, of Us great efficacy in restoring the
disordered digestive organs tu a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of Dyspcpsy,of the must aggravated
character, which were abandoned as incurable by
some of thu Medical Faculty, have, tiy the uso of this
Elixir, li.'i-u restored to perf jet health, as attested cor
i llcales testify. aprlu-ly
Wauled Immediately, 10,000
men to engage in the sale of the most
popular selling Books in America. Invalids, mechan
ics, farmers and teachers, wishing to travel, will liud
this a very proiitnble and pleasant hnitiess. enabling
them to see ihu Country and in.iKe money al the same
time. Agents now in the business are clearuig trom
tiuo to l,5uO per year. For full particulars, and a
list of HiM.ks, address H. M. Rl'LISOX, Queen City,
Publishing House, 141 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio; ui
I f living East, D. KL'USON, Philadelphia, Pa
Sept. 21. ly
Hit. KIND'S I1M'LSA11Y
FOR IMS IV ATK J)JSi:ASKS.
DR. KING, formerly of New York, for
iilaiS the l.i.t four years of Iui.sviile, Ken-
l...tk , uuu who has devoted his attention to tile treat
inetii of private diseases for oer 3o yeiirs, Halters
himself, having atteu-le.t to a pnu lice for su many
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases of a private nalure, no niallcr how
had they may be from injiid cious medical treatment,
or trom neglect of their own. Dr. King's Discusary
is No 23 Iie.elei iek street, between Cherry and the
Sipiare, second story, where he cures all diseases of a
Go.soioaiKA cured without nauseious medicine or in
terference w ith business.
.sTRieri kks of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a lew iU)s, by an Ocialioii which causes no pain.
Where a ftricluru exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief aud under
mines the constitution so much.
r-Yi'imis, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out ol neglect or bad treatment, can bu etlectually
cured in a few days.
Skminai. Wkak.nkss Particularatteiitioli having been
given to this disease, aud all the consequences grow
ing onto! it. brought on in many cases by the de
structive habits of inconsiderate Youths and excus
stve ui-i'ilgenei ol tbe pui-ious, a iicglfclnf which wdl
undermine tin cou.niutjou, rendering the subject until
fur bu.-inesor society. and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring wilh any ddltcully of
the Womb may rclas.snrcd ol immediate ri'hef.
Persons residing ubroad, by wriluiK aud slating
their ense, with a lee enclosed, directed to Iir. A. King,
No. -J-'l Ix a.lern k street, Nashville, Teliu., will have
Ihn necessary uiedicinesent to their address, wilh ne
tessary directions. Stru t secrecy observed. Office
hoursfrom 'J o'clock in the morning until tf in the eve
T7 N. P. Wilus' Iftmte Journal ad vcrtisescirculars
furnished gratis explaining the reasons why it requires
a gontleman of "aiM-oniplishud mectuiuical genius" to
operate a Wheclerand Wilson's Sewing machine, and
l;y so many "excellent house kecx rs" can not do
Wklis, II.xii'KK k Co. inform the lovers of Soda Wa
ter that they have received aud have now iuos?ration
oueof the .Vchol's celebrated Soda Founts, an eutire'y
new patent, and the most complete one of the kind e
ant. Tlieir assortment of syrups is inferior to non
u Ihe city aprli!
4jr The splendid residence on the corner of Deud
rick and Summer streets is fur rent for tho balance
of the preseut year. Apply at Glovbh i Cc'sEz
ress olltce, or to T italics i Lecxa.
'I'o Mervoua SufTerera.
A retired Gentleman having been restored to health
n a few days, after many years of nervona suffering
willsend (free) to assist others,a copy of the prescrip
tion and a supply of the remedy, ou receiving a
aUmKil envelope buaring the applicant's address. Dl
reel the Rev. Jou.x M. Daumail, lsii FulUui street,
Brooklyu,N.Y aprli-tri-w a
Para Hi lie Camicl Coal Oil,
For Inbricutiiig 3Iacliinery,
FK SALE IV THIS CITY BY
KWLM, l'i:MII,l!ro. Ac co.,-;
AGENTS FOR THE
IMO.. COAL AD OIL COalPAM',
aoux oik co..
Book Sellers, Book-Hinders and
KL.lK IlllOK MAMFAITIRERS,
No. 38 l ulun Mrrrl,
MapvAucs rr Sciilcmbcr.
HARPER S MAGAZINE;
IJ LIE'S GA.E1TE OF FASHION;
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY;
1.4.DEY S LADY'S BOOK;
I K.lFiWON'S MAGAZLVE;
For salu by JOHN YORK k CO.
Ileceived by JOHN YOltlv K Co.
OlaUauseo' Coinineulartea on tha K Toalamnnl,
complcU In 0 vols.
Spurkeou'a Seruiutuv lh toI., Trie $L
1 ha New York Pulpit ; a manorial volura of Car-
TUa PiUa Strwet Chaps I lecture.
lthuiica of Jeu, from tho actend Luodo adt
ttuu. lr. NoU'a Tcmpvraoo Lecturea
White Lteaby Charlra Krad.
Souifthlns New and Nice
CAPITAL KXt'l IAN tili.
(eiaaav maart, mumu ih uifit tiaii.j
HAVING purrhasod Um a Hot ataad frwaa J. W.
ttiiUd, ud n-OIU-J it in a cat UiJmw
kijtv.aud rpo(l n u ili N.wi an'1 pornt IJ
quur, wa are uar priara tu 'trot up' " -c"
uuoc' prmcipla Ihl wlis h will suit tha ta "nr
uaa. A aiir uf Mtbuc airna( at
1 K UHAUiM, lu.
(Utt ! AutknU MwIJakiM,J
YTHi. luibii. tua in klslC, otmarntrng
V c pt. iuImt id. Pinv, t.u.iexr aud cuigiBt
(bwini I ikiii) will b Ui.Ut at tiH) Mttai Iri Hi.
Oniera tu tx l"it at Mr, Hl.ir m ataaas u-e, t
WHi arotl, nd Hi , CLaK JM.lii a Uui , U.Uvge
- . i-:".-ll .
Infant tchool. i
MICC P. Milk, bata.f rctumad tu tae.ty, ut
rtii b-r l!srr .-ciiv.rt , oa tha jika uf uj.j
tuuuth,at No. 73 I'uivu i:rwt, ujHit Otd Fellow,'
HU, . . . - auc-lw
. Cater from India.
London, An gust 27. India. The Gwalior
insurgent rmr waa broken up, and order
was font being restored.
Later from California.
New Yokk, August 28. Tbe steamer
Mewses Taylor bas arrived. ' - '
Bu-iaess at San Francisco was improving. '
Health pood. ' 4
Gen. Bargnes, of New Granada, invites the -negroes
of California thither, and it is pro-
bable they will go. - - -
There is a falling off in receipts of gold -dut.
There was little said about Frazer'a river. ;
Bordeau'i Party Arrived.
St. Locls, August 28. Monsieur Bordeau's
party has arrived with gold obtained oa
Cherry Creek, latitude 39. deg.
LTamfton- RoADd The Prussian bark
LiM'tte has arrived with a cargo of f-upar.
The fhij Corinthian, from New Orleans,
sailed for Liverpool to-day. Her crew ia con
valescent. Illver IKewi,
St. Louh, August 28. The Mississippi is
The other rivers are receding.
markets by Xelegraph.
St. Locis, August, 28. Whisky: demand
lair, prices firm; sales at 23J.
New York, August 28. Cotton firm; sales
700 bales; flour 5.856.10; mixed com
7083; mess pork 17.25 17,40; tallow 10.
Cincinnati, Attgupt 28. Flour dull 4.
604.7O; mess pork 16,00.
rum oklrrkatko Holland rmjcdt torn
DISCASK OF THE KI1)EY8,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AUD AGUE.
And the various airectmnF consequent upon a disor
dered Stoiuncli or L.iver,
Such as Tndiceistion, Aridity of the Stomach, Cholic
1'uiiih, HeiUtbnru, IoriH' of Apetite, m-sitotdency.
CoftiveiHiw, Blind and Bleediuj; 1'ilcs. In all Ner
vous Rheumatic, and N'euraUic Aflectioim, it bus, in
numerous instances, proved highly buueUciai, and in
others elf.-i -ted a decidttd cure.
This is a purely vegetable comoiind, prejiared on
strietly st;ientiflc pruicitles, ufler the maimer of the
celebraU'd ilollimd professor, Bofrhave. iiecause ot
its k roat success in nnt of the Eurofiean States, it
introduction into the I'niU-d Suites was intended mor
csMM-i;illy for those of our f.ttlierland scuttered her
and tl:ere over the face of this nnptity country.
Meeting with great success umong them, I now offe
it to the American public, knowing that its truly won
derful medicinal virtues must he acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those person
whose constitutions may have been impaired by th
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dm
sipation. liberally instantaneous in ellcct, it tuids it
way ilirecUVo the seat of lite, thrilling and quicken
in u every fieTve, raising up the drooping spirit, and.
:n fact, infusing new health and vnror iu the system.
No'lK K Whoever exT;is tu tind this a bevera
will be ilisapiaiinteil; but to thesiek, the weuk a
low sgiirited it will prove a gratiful aromatic cordial
possessed of singular remeihul proertle8.
' A I' T ION.
Tlie great popularity of tins deliehtful Aroma ha
inituccd many imitations, which the public shoul
guard agaiusl puretiasing. Be not persuaded to hu
ai.ything else until you have given Bocrhave's Ho
laud Muter a lair trial. One bottle will convince yo
how intiiiilely suMrior it is to all these imitations.
Jt0- Sold at 1 er bottle, or six bottles for $5,
TIIK SOLK l'lMH'KIKTOU.
1!K!VJA?IIX lA(;i!, Jr., A CO.,
Manufacturing rharniaceutists and OienusiK,
Pild by Druggists generally throughout the Cn iter
States and ana. las.
4- Sold in Nashville liv
KWIN, l KN'I'LliOV ft CO.,Wniolesala Ag'U
V. W. HffiKY ft IlBIMOVILLE,
It. A. H. ItOSCoE,
Ji. ;. BROWN,
1HLMOVIJJJ-: ft BKI.L,
. W. IIKNDKRSllorr,
Pr. T. WK.LI.-'
WKLI., HOOI'KR ft CO.,
MB Ii ft ilCVlKR,
And by Urui'gists guueraliy throughout the State
io(icc of Dissolution
TIIK copartnership heretofore existing under the
firm style of WIIJ.IAXLS ft CO.. was llns day itis
solve.t tiy iiuitnJ coiiseiil Joh.h Wilijasis succeeding
t' llie tiisiiifss an.l books o' Williams ft Co.
All persons in.lettted to said tirm are requested to
call and settle without delay. aug3-lm
x E W A K II A i G E 31 E N T .
Having succeeded to the
business of "Williams & Co., I
will continue the general
Hardware business heretofore
conducted bj them; but from
and after this date my sales
will be exclusively for cash.
Being determined to adhere
strictly to this principle, the
prices of goods will beeduc
ed to a proper extent below
the credit prices heretofore
charged, and to all persons de
siring to purchase anything in
my line of business tor cash, I
will offer such inducements as
will make it to their interest
to trade with me. I have oa
hand a good stock of Building
Hardware of everv kind,
Blacksmiths and Carpenters
Tools, Table and Pocket Cut
lery, Gnns, Rifles, Pistols, tfce.,
etc., all which will be sold at
IF YOU WAST THE IVORTTI OF TVCR M0XEY
(At U old Stand of Ktrkman Sf EM,)
IV o. 31 Public Square,
aogS-dlm NA.-JIVTUJ, TENN.
GERMAN nAIUIOXIA HALL,
Jo. .tlarket treet.
Will open oa Tuesday, July 27th, 1S53.
!(IADANE Jt'LIE Vnt'G.'VT, t
rwjit celebrated 1'ruieaaor ana iMcuor,
spectfuliy aiiuounra to tha Lailtu and tiru
tivnten ot Nashville that .he lias leen aoliu-
UmI by irauy riuseoa ut this city to upeji a DANt.'
At Ai'U I . ine aurceaana encnuragameoi ana oaa
raat with ia .very city a here she baa taught.f ivaa her
Imis tor the aama here, tbe wdl teach tha celebra
ted and fahiooable Lanuer'a Quadrille, ia cIumk of
ruilu at nvaie reaKlencr. aud at tha Academy, and
the following Futouabia Lane.:
Lamcr'a ljii.lri!le, . t VarsoTla,'
allop Vii.ir.lle, Kedowa,
Lertnan felka, L'fcjnneralda.
rwlii4 folaa, , iv Tuim Walts,
I'ulka MaaurWa," Tbrae Ima W aits,
la MillK-bue, hiwttyh Cance,
Xloacoauaa, CKvajaan tVvU',
t.aik le, . , . f lr. luau a , .
I liililv, la. mkI.
. tu il.lu. fwnces fr ltt n aitd Xium.
TUc tlt.vi iurt t bocl.at
llm Mini l.ure. , i tm,
llVbUml Fuug, U...ni, . '
t iu uu- l'uiWA. 1 Nea4.laae.
5I0HT CLA8I. ,
Fur Gefillentttu Tuesdays, Ttutrauajra aud &Ur
da v a, Low 1 liU ltt f. M.
Vor Matera.f l'ST TueaJay..
Thar.!jv aud a , t. ml 4 Ult f. M.
Uawi U, ut b IT4. I:. Hiwi. -
ur trriu ut Tfua Iftiatea ' M tjii Thicrol.al
hrr mudeucw, loniiuvrrMl !tvH, and at the A uMiay
alvlaMi tMMira. '
At the red of lli reVMJO thera lit b a ti.
kll.u and 1-T I"k Itall. ...
MAUAM Nt kN r taua In a pMtoa Mter af
ee -v ui uteadaiK Irutu aearal uf Im rnrtutn eiU
Brns v( .Saw urWaiia, Umia, aad vtM Mrc,
a4i UK will Ut ftk tilraura ! HntmiAg "
pi.M bu mf anali Iu UniM the.
,3jti-im , -- , ; . -
HOT 11IAKT'IIIDV '
TDNS HaSUINU Ktlli U W on b44 4for
RATES OF EXCHANGE.
ooKKxcnm wkxklt kt
XH K BANK OF TIIE U W I O If .
Xashvillx, Ter., August 26, 1868
Bank of Tennessee, . .i par
- aocTH CAKouaa.
South Carolina Banks,, par
inioa Bank, ......... par
Planters' Bank, ....... par
New Orleans Banks
Kentucky Banks. ..
.nercnanta' Banc par
cans 01 uie union, ... par
Trader' Bank nar
Bank of Commerce,... par
xmiu k , ......par
Farmers' Bank par
Bank of Paris, par
Bank of Chattanooga, . par
Bank of America,. .... par
Citizens Bank ..75odk
M i so art Banks, par
Illinois Banks,. .5SlOdis.
. . :SOKT CABUUDA.
North Carolina, banks
Bank or Memphis,.... par
Buck's Bank, par
River Bank, par
Commercial Bank, .. .. par
Northern Bank, "par
Southern Bank, par
Bank of Nashville,. ..Sr tis
Bank of Shelby ville,.. par
Ocoee Bank, 10c dis
Bank of tandridge,loc dis
Bank of Claiborne, 30c dis
Bank of Tazewell, . 3c dis
Bank of Trenton, . . 30c dis
Bank of JeQerson . 30c dis
Bank of Knoxville, par
Lawrenreb'g Bank, 30c dis
Bank of WestTennessee par
All Old Banks, par
Near Banks nnceruin
8(3 5c dis
Virginia Banks, 1 dis
Stale Bank, -1 dis
State Bank 1 dis
Gold 1 IX pre
Philadelphia, .. . (a K pre
New Orleans.. ...to pre
Baltimore, ? I Kpre
Lou wvllle , !-i(a)X pre
Cincinnati. fa !"
80'sand 160's, 8C
Sox Sale-Co lictit.
Stock, Blood Horses, Brood Mares and Colts,
Faming Tool, Corn. Fodder, Hay, OaU, Sfc
TIVE MeAfl.Y IiAXI
On Brtvm'i Creek and Franklin lurnpike road,
OV THCBSDAY, THE 16TH PAY OF SEPTEMBER
NEXT, we will olTer for sale tn the highest bidder,
on the promises, about 100 acres of that splendid tract
of land lately belonging to the estate of NATHAN
IEL McNAIKY, dee'd., fronting on both the Frank
lin, Turnpike roads, about three miles from Nash
ville, adjouung the Innrts of John Thompson, Joseph
Vaulx, ii. I. Cantrell, Thus. Plater and others. These
lands have been divided into lots varying in size from
eight to fifteen acres each. About one-tbird of the
land is heavily timbered with beaut fnl forest trees
the balauoe cleared and in a high state of cultivation
the whole is nnder a good feuce and supplied with
au abundance of nevt-r-lailing water.
Iu point f fertility these lands wiil compare favor
ably with the best lauds in Middle Tennessee they
lie well, have a dark loose soil timbered with Su
gar tree. Walnut, Poplar, Ash, Wild Cherry, Hickory,
Box-elder and Black Locust.
To ersons wishing choice places, in a good neigh
borhood near Nashville, this sale will oiler tho great
There are three beautiful building sites fronting jon
the middle Franklin turnpike road , and three splen
did sites, covered with beautiful forest trees, fronting
on an avenue 5u feet wide, (extending from one turn
pike to the other). These lands are of the richest
quality, and all ersous wishing choice Gardening
lauds near the city should attend tins sal without
fail, for these are amongst the handsomest aud best
lauds in the Slate.
Ikkxs. A credit of 1, 2 and 3 years, without inter
est, will be given; notes payable in Bank with ap
proved security required, and deeds given retaining
lien to secure the payment, and a discount of 10 per
cent per annum made for cash payments.
At the same time and place will be sold the entire
Stock of F. N. JIcNairy, consisting of valuable Brood
M ires: nine very Hue troiting Colts, sired by the re
nowned Washington; six Canadian Colls; one (mir of
Superior harnem Horses; 4ll Ii.mi1 of tattle, lucluding
several good Milch Cows; 10O head of llcigs; a lot of
Sheep: two barrels Coru; 150 lua ls g'od Hay, Oats
ami Kod.ier; Farming Utensils; one Buggy , liuntaig
Wagon, and 4setuj of Harness, ftc.
Terms o perishable property made known on Jar
or sale. '
Persons wishing toexamine any of tho above prop
erty will please call on F. N. McN'airy, Esq., ou the
premises, who will lake pleasure in showing t!ie same.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. Collation as
usual. NANCE ft WOOMWARD, Agents.
E. It. (iusmK K, liiid Auctioneer.
.ai. IIanjiku, St4K-k Auctioneer.
Coal Stock for Sale.
"T7E have 133 Shares Iluntsville Coal Mining Stock
T V we wish to sell or exchange for likely young
Negroes or city property. "
aiig-J-t-tf II. H. 1IAYNES ft Co.
IVffTrocs for Sale.
"T7"E have a co...l ltt of Negroes Tor s.ile, sme10
V f or 12 LIKKI.V lioVS tr-.in 16 to -0 years old.
Severul young women with one child uach- 4 or 5
good House Girls, Hi to M years old, well qualified,
can be highly reeoinmeiiitert; a gxd CarMnbT 6
years old; J g.od Cooks, 6 or 8 men from 25 to 40
years old. 11. H. HAYNES CO.
Fifty Xegroes lor Sale.
VMON'fS the lot we have several good Families, two
or three young Women with lirst child, four good
House Boys, - boys from 18 to 20, good Iuiiing-room
Servants, with a good lot of tleld hands, men aud girls,
mm a koou iuu.uoiu anu iviroer.
H. II. HAYNES ft CO.
WEwih to hire a negro woman that can wash
andiron well, and will par tha hurtles! tircle
H. H. HAYNES ft CO.
To Excitative or Sale.
A LIKELY Negro Woman, 3ft years old, and bcr
I Ave children, the oldest a boy 12, the next a girl
lo and so ou down to an infant, will be sold or ex
rlianired for other Negroes to some one living iu ihe
Country, ami that wants them for their own use, aud
not for Seculation. Apply to
augll-tf WILL. L. BOYD.
$75,000 Worth of Most Valuable Real Estate.
I M UX, Bell on tb most reiuuuinble terms nmit of
the moot desirable city property ever offer! In
tin market: lying on Cherry, Cedar, Market and Spruce
Mil., suitable for buaiueas hoimcs or private dwtllinpn.
1 propose to exchange the above for likely Negroes, at
the bust cab pricea.
mayI5-tr WILL. L. BOYD, Ja.
I AM ofTeiing for aalo that beauulul Huihc and Lot.
on Cherry atreet, adjoining tha Ciion llnildlnf n,"
(now in course of enx tiou,) fronting 60 lm-i and run
uuik bai-k 161 feot. Thia ia the moot demrable prop
erty in the city lor sale. Aleo, two More Houses on
Market Ktreet near Spring t- Apply to
W IIX- I. BOYD,
Jyl-tf No. 60 Cherry street.
Jacks, Jennets and Cattle
I HAVE for r-ilu on my pUutution, In Jackson coun
ty, Nine J ickn, from two to eiz yearn old, nf (rood
sue; the largest atKiot 16 intuitu high; eighteen Jen
nets and forty head of Cattle. For further particulars
apply to the undersigned at N.vhville.
auglO-watriwlm W. W. WOOlFOLK.
Valuable Free-Soil rroperty
I WILL sell tbe bonoe and lot at present occupied
and owned by Win. T. Mushy , aituated oo Hb
treet. Soulh NaxhrllK', fronting sixty feet, and run
ning hark two hundred. Th house ia a brick, with
all oilier uecoesary out buildiugo, all tn good repair.
Also, a vacant lot fnmtitig on Hi;h street thirty -ix
feet, and running back 2ou feet: a good location for
building aits. This la demrable property, to tnoee
wwhiug to gel rid of the enormous taxes that are 1m-pom-d
upon proerty holder, and we would earnestly
Invite those wiahuig to invest in real estate to cxamin
Tnuis or &aix A credit of ona, two and threw
year, with interest from date.
Mr For further particulars call on
K. R. GLASCOCK,
'T. Itaal bitaU Agent. -
THE desirable residence. No. 2 South f prone street.
A lease can be bad, to a good tenant. Also, some
new furniture,at Its worth. Apply at this otr.ee or to
aogll-f . on the premises.
FOIl UK VI.
A NEAT and comlortable dwelling, sitoated just
beyond tha NaabvUto and Cbataouuga Railroad
U-pot, in liines's AdUitiua, with a good cistern end
very convsnieoce necessary to render it a tfeatrable
residence. Apply to W. L. Bo YD, Jr.,
au-Si-lf No. 0 Cherry St.
FOIl It EXT.
rjlUAT FLErJANTimiRE-HOClSE, Ko. 71 east side
X I'ublic Niuare, furetorly occapied by I.yooa 4
Co. rnanmuu given immediately, apply to
JyU EKANdiuKD, McWHlKTrJt k CO.
A Pimmng Appmrmmn M tmm JlrM LttUr of JEtbms
Extraet of Elder Flowers,
ihr iyfUning lk Skim mmd Jmpnmutg Ot QmtpUmimm,
U1GENC IL'PLT, 10 Bwuiway, N. y.
8oIe Agent for the Coited Ha lee.
The object of this Orcuiau- is to give publicity to tbe
most valuable and efhirnl eiudy that has yet been
nio4ur-1 tn the practice of Vied a. ma , for Lh. purpoae
ft removing every unsightly appearasc fraaa tbe
fciia. and preserving to it tu the latest period of life
nearly all the amines and freahaesa of youth. a.
tenuve experience and minute obeervaUoos have
toeg aatial the Proprietor that T applied as directed
Had! speedUy rnuive any uuiUUy appearaare,
w b a Tan, un Uurua, rroeklea, tee. , and quickly
cure all I'uuple, I la morn and r ru;4.us hu h tuay
daore the i uoairajur: and writ alao impart to the
jKu lite mt. 4eliKhitat anTums and delneie clear
; ui Miu.t. Um preewve a t iMeewig eutwplexKMi
tuiouctl lite, U.401HK M rrntred but the Bae i4
, GU1 KEY ti JiiK.UT UF IH ER rLOWEJ,
The sweru-et aud realty Ute meet prrfsct
PEA UTI FIER IX XA TVRE.
This admirable preMUUon uf I34er Ftuwers eery
fragrant aa a perfume. U ier Flwwera tiave fruau tee
eaxiieat agra Iwm eeteetue4 aa a nuul aud kmratteee,
yt uauet irfk.t Wul.lr uf Ihe ekut. laa,
fcTm, Freckiee, KeHe, km.. It wut epeetflty aad
o,J4l-tety noun. -. . - ., . f ' -
Caaua ft it nf abrly beneSt ia) and perfectly
Uexartasevca to tbe yuwiucMt tnfw.t-
rwaviaw.-.U at saiuaMe bryuwu aoythrCg, annfU
latwg every peuitie.and aU rouguaeea, reerteiuig the
ofi ew4 arm, wesarMig etetuptrirry f r the
rASMT. . ... ....... .. v
-ailT Lorw.fwifrey 'a Extrarl of Hder FViwere
rU be I was tMyoei art raae.at.d ei vtij a trial
te be appevved. ,J.tfJ ,.:.--J-
.- .... - Asfv ' " ,i. i ' i ""
'f Casv, Uun anr Jk I'aM.ss, Verk.- J ' r
n -tuMiuj tmum. k U., !"'.'' -' -J
K X.ecitti CuwaMsana and New Ywlt. -.
. r,ruito , N. YorV . M- .
"4 ' hee W .ieaiile and Kfctail IT-ilb'.
w.ii-rtia.Jta, , . -
W. B. GRUBBS,
VBOLE8ALS DKAIJut IS
A VARIETY OF
No. 3 Public Square,
XEXT DUOS TO W. W. BIKKY HKMOVIlXa'P,
I AM now receiving a most attractive stock of Ta- -siktiks,
cotif.tmg it part of
Gold and Gilt Jewelry; Perfumery;
. Steel and Bras Hoo- Hoop Cord,
Ratan Reeds; Combs; Brushes;
Beads; Necklaces; Port llonaies;
Carpet Buga; Morocco SalcheUi;
Fancy Cabax, Toys, etc., etc, in short every
thing in the Fancy Goods line.
Assuring the merchants visiting this market that I
will offer them extra inducements in everything in
my line, I respectfully solicit from them a call.
Cashand prompt time dealers will and it to their in
terest to examine my goods before buying.
W. B. GKCBBS, j
ug24-2m Ko. 3 Public Square. '
F and Winter Dry Goods. ;
E V A N S & C O.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
Foreign and lomcstlc
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Varieties,
&.C., &.C., &c,
No. 1 NatbrUIe Inn Block,
"IXTE are now In receipt of our Stock ol Goods
if tor the FALL TKAI, which comprises every
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS, VARIETIES, tie.,
Together with a complete assortment of
Heady-made Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Rats.
I'nitiuc, as we do, all tbe above branches of busi
ness in one, wo think we will be able to offer such
inducement to Mkkcha.vth aa to make it to their in
terest to trade wilh us, and would respectfully solicit
au examination of our Mock when iu Ihe city.
aiiKJO-U EVANS CO.
ALLIS0T, AXDERSON & Co,,
WUOLB4ALB P KALE 118 UI
Foreign and Domestic
Io. 41 Public Square,
1TTE take pleasure iu aunoiincing to our friend
? V and the trado geuerally, that we are iu receipt
of our gtock of
Fall and Winter
W'hirh we offer for Cash or to punctual dealers, at a
small advance on Kastcrn cotO.
Our embracea all the varieties usually kept in
a WboloMile Hi y Goods House, aud was selected with
great care aud Lute,aud at prices as low as thu mar
ketwfforded. We therefore invite those vixiting our nuirket to csll
tnd examine our gMHts and priced, as we are deter
mined ut oiler inducements to thono wmliing to pur-
chaKe. A1JJ.SJX, AXDHtfoN k CO.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
No. 63 Public Square,
XASI1V1L E, TEXMiSSCE
',5 n"w offering for pale on accommodating
V V terms i .-nicli us ii'ay be contracted al lime of
FALL AXD WESTER
CONSISTING IS FAST OF
New Lugland, China,
Bhiladelphia I TV (ioods,
llooL-i, 1 hiladelphi.i,
tonnes' jsew tork,
Writing, New Jersey,
tVrupping Paper, Hrogans,
Negro th-uaburgs, Cw,
Negro KorFyes, Bonnets,
Nei;ro llnm u and Traveling Bags,
Vi'd Jeans, Satchels,
Our business acquauitmce with the manufacturers
and importers of the articles iu which we deal, is wide
spread, and is nowhere confined.
We conduct all our buying of Goods with ready
money, and thus try to protect ourselves from the oc
casional necerniiy of paying above value for auy arti
cle we may buy.
We have ample tfaiea and Storage Booms, and are
otherwise well prered to do business to any prw
deiit extent Ko House in the United Elates of equal
uiaguitude, can practice greater economy in the oon
dui tof its bufiuoss We sell as low as we can to be
compensated for the labor aud risk of trade, but no
lower unleisa it be to secure ready money.
We are free buyers of good quality well packed
Feathers, Ginwug and Beeawax, at all they are worth,
aud invite shipments to any ex lent, to be paid for on
delivery wilh money payiug Bank Notes or the thing
lL"e!f. U demanded. Yarn rVirks, Country Linsrys
and Brown Jeans, are purchased by us with merchan
dise at the time of delivery.
. Buyers uf Goods at wholesale will And the Nash
ville market as well or br-Urr furnished with Fall and
Winter rkorks of Gooils than ever before. It is now
Uie market fur nice things and good bargains for the
who know how to pay. Our own Is not the only first
claes wholesale establishment in our city. We sun
ply tUiui to be one of the beet.
1IUIGLAS cV CO.
Au20 3 m
Bransford, xlleWhirter & Co.,
mroBTsu aim wboijeulb pkalcss u
Foreign and Domestic
Ko. 3 Inn Block,
IV ASH VILLE, TEESSEE.
E moat respectfully invite the attention of the
trade, to the eer-w entsasim a ad weU tuturUd
cWc. OC, AkO.,
Whirh we are now receiving and wdl have ready for
exbtbllKiD by the 36lh of AugnaC
our stuck a eutnunsed la part of
Brown and Blcarhrd Shirting and Sbertint;
X-l 7-8 and 4-4 O&nabarf t, Grain forks;
rrintt, Carclt, Ticking, Plaid Liniryr;
Flannrlt, filankrts, Twttda, Jrani, Satinrti;
I'lotht, Uaaimern, Tettingi, TailorV Trim
imrriran and Frrnch, riain and frinttd De
Lanrt; Frtnch, Crrman and EnslUh Xerinori;
Black Silki, Fanrj Drrti Siiki; .
floakt, jtantln, navlt;
Irish Licens, Jaconrt Sulu and Chrckrd Ini
Lorn and EmbrtiJrrin, Udin' Bmi Trim
Bocart TafTrla and Ttlvrl Kibboni;
Li. nearj Twilird Jam, Liaw ji and .V?rt
Blankrtt far riantrrt; Bcadjr-made data
in:, Bnttuns, Thrrad, Coinfaft, Jruclry, If.
Tbe Uteet d.in uf mreae Goods aad eaa Tnaa
nuas wilt be aoued to the stutk, m they aua nske
ISMHg apuearance ut the fctero aaarketa.
ttK AN .-utU), atsWlilKTlKet tU.
. aagllt-M ' ta
"KEW FALL AXD WIXTCIl
f DRV GOODS
A T AYU'O Ia Ii S A 1j li .
IT t. are ikw rntta a devwwMe etucc I Itu
11 as.d kattc ley tMuds, VtoUra, A , aiMl tt
eetwe state, w ut be to fca4 by ttee let at (vtstsikw,
W. which we mHe the atteniaie aetaias beya
ta tlia auarktt. , ladeoceaeete WU1 bu irftit t Caaei
ttJld preet4 I im bey eve. . - " -
A n..! a(-p.) M kM rt the eeWbratS'S tufceir's
AaetwH' trw rAU!N. CiAil .., Irxe
u. II ' LktT UHlt,
m h. 1 Fubtat ruare. near WirelCaijc -
. mi',&-i.iw Xaaevtik, Wee,
pnj 00&n, ftc.
Gardner, Shepherd &Co
WBOLBULC DKAUOla VX
FOREIGX AM IMJIESTIC
Boots and Shoes, Hats
and Caps, Umbrellas,
io.? lV.isUvU.c Inn ocU,
MERTH AVT are invited Vtexairine irtir new FAIJ.
AVI) WIVTI1R tloCK' oi th- alM.ve Uuods,
whu.b we shall oiler un acoominikhitiir t-rms.
augj-tf GAKHN1.K, lI"PilKKl k Ct.
A. MORRISON & CO.,
No. 72 Public Sqnare, near (ity Dotrl,
WHOLESALE DEALEKd IN
American, French and German
WE hare now In More, and will be receiving daffy,
a well selected vtock of FANCY GtKilX, to suit
the wants of city and country merchants, whose at
tention we Invite to our stock and prices, aa we will
sell at a small advance to cash or prompt time pur
chasers. We solicit an examination from those desir
liilt poods n our line. In our stock we bare a good
ajisortmeut of tbe following goods, to which we will
be rweiring additions, viz :
Irish Lineup; Gold Jewelry;
IJnen i-hiit Fronts; Gilt Jewelry;
Collars and Cravats; Carpet Hum;
Pkirts and Corsets; Port Monaies;
Bonnet KibtMins; Perfumery;
Iiress Trimmings; Violins and Aecordoons;
Hosiery and Gloves, Toys by thetasu;
White Goods; Look inn GlaHeu;
Embroideries; Threads, Needles, Ax.;
Silk Hankerchiefs; I'crcunsioii Caa;
Hair and Cloth Brushes;
With many other Goods In the Small Ware line, to
which we invite the attention of mercbantx.
augio-Um A. WOlUtlSU.V CO.
VAIaIa AXW YWV1'A
I AM now receiving daily one of the LARGEST
ever brought to this market, consisting In part of
Sliirts, of every size and style.
White I.inen RoMom Shirt;
White Wove lfcwtom Slurtn;
With and without colors, warranted to Dt better and
to wear as well as any Shirts made.
White Marsailles Shirts;
Colored Marsailles Shirta;
Colored Cambric Shirts;
Every variety, site and style. Also,
of the finest texture, and Warranted to Fit, lust re
ceived to-day ut
J. II. 11 ef; ILL'S,
I.idies' and Gentli-uieu's Furuinliuis Store,
aug'JT-tf Cor. Colleuo St. and I'ublic Square.
Jl'ST received b-dav,per Adams's Express, a splen
did assortment of
Fine iay Ties,
A uew style. Al, MCKIJV Tlte, Beaufort and De
Joinvillo UVs, Scarfs aud Cravats.
Lisle Thread Shirts.
Every stj to mid :z; of the finest texture, Just re
ceivod lo-Uav aiU lor salu by
)y3I- J. II. MiiilUy
A. C. & A. B. BEECH7
AKE NOW OPENING DAILY AT THK1K NEW STOKE,
o. 57 Collegei Ktrrett
ri-'HFJR Fall and Wiab r St- k of Dry Go.m1s,coiisis
X tuig ol the latest styles of Silks, and Traveling
lretff, tiiHKls. etc Indies', M:m'k' and I'hil.lren's
Meet Kiiutii..Q Jikirls, togeiher Willi a well selected
Staple aud Fancy Goods
Also, a large lt of Satin de Laines and Lace Cur
tiuiis, Car)Hu and Oil Cloths of varioua styles and
quxlities, all uf which we are olfenng at very shor
proiiui to cab dealers or lo punt tual customers o
KKW FALL AND WINTER
THE subscriber is now rtivinR his stock of Fall
and Winter Goods, of all the Untereut styles, se
h ted wiib great care iu New York, lie invites the
attention of bis customers and the public ceuerally
to call aud examine. fcAJi. PlilCHl i r,
aug'Jo-lm suras bt College st.
Great Keduction in Goods!!
R. C. jnc.AIV eV CO.
RE closing their entire stork of PRY GOOIW at
prices that will aurprise you. Call and buy
mubiiiis at iroui a cents to ou per yard.
Silks at hall cisO.
Embroidered Man ties at fourth cost.
Carpets at greatly reduced prices.
Call at once aud get bargains of
ugl-tf K. C WcNAIRY CO. .
GREAT BAIIGAISS FOR CASH,
w. a. & j. c McClelland
4 RE onering tlieir entire stork of Goods at greatly
il reduced prices. Itrees Silks, llerages. Mantles,
Ac, greatly below Oust. Now is Uie lime to get the
greatest barfaiuaerer offered for those that will call
aoon. a .- augls-U
R. S. H0LLINS & C07,
WIOlJBULS PBALESS I
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Carpet Bags, &e., ic.,
No. -1 Nashville Inn Block,
Konh-east Corner of Public Sijuace,
AP.E now in receipt of their Fall Stock, which Is
targe au.l Coin pi. te, to whk-h they bmI respect
fully call Uie alteiilioa of Here haul boring in this
St CTFEKISG J. C Harden, in Ue Lumber trade,
1 will continue the business at the old stand (No.
Ill Broadaay) where 1 wui be pleased to meet all
tbe petrous d toy predecessor mad as many otheta
aa Biay f. Tor uie with a caiL
I have several nulls cutting Poplar and Cedar
Lumber, besides a large aupply of while and yellow
Flue, thus enabling me to sell at uanufactarer'a
Having purchased the books and eeeowsU of the
old firm ail wh i are aware of their indebtedness will
please come Aa-waxd and settle by the Ural of Sep.
touiber, or I will put their acoouul witsi aa wfltoer
llaricg determined to ad hire rigidly to tbe Caah
rriem, all orders aaoet a eocoaapaaisS sal the
money or be rjceied.
auga-tf J. B- DARHEN.
FALL & CUNNMGIIAJil
Importers and Jobansra of
, Pocket Cutlerj,
lies, Chains, dee,
nATE juet reeetred aad epeasd tWr Fail aed w la
ter MuiA 4
HARDWARE A.D CUTLCRT,
Of every 14 to hah tbey larlte toe aitea
fa of dWcrs raiuf that Market. Thaw stack
large aad artl wW, oStf mg wdmeMau to all
w ij dMre a guud anlectaua tsT 1 11 tkMSIj wjols)
. aeg&-dtri rir-lm
10O BAG BALTIMOILE tXT t, for aUe tbeaa by
MLLO.V k OA, 1 Culke ak
1 OO CA rxtLTllioKi: tXiFFtX, r aUr ioms by
HIXIX.V k CU , 1 CbUrge aL .
0O BACjI UaLHw-'HA tMi llX, for Sale cWa. y
IitLLu.V k CUt, la Culiege et. ,
10O BAGS BALXmuKa. Cull I t, t awle eea by
UlixiX , U tiding, at,
lOO BAG4 lULTIV.:. lUilLK, l saie cewa by
1 OO BACH BAl TtUoKK V HX, tog aaie clsaaa fry
MlAAtS k (XI , 11 CVnVg
1 OO BAG B.U.nUrUC C . br sale iheua by
1 ' WU k iK, U CUits
lOO BAG-t BALHUOKI, tt llkAtw sateeWp by
etf . WUM , H tVlh-ge et
Xcs roes for Sae. '
X aat e a gund UoMVrnlM, aJ M nilt
CuoK V utba. CUaaa Wl t aa.
SWAN & C0.?S LOTTERIES
Continue to Draw as Uenal
S W A !wSa7 C O.'t '
LOTTEaUES are i.toal, ajtd
authorizes bt thz
STATE 07 GZ0EQIA
TUX LATE A TTEMPT TO ISJTS.K
OCR FIRM HAS SHO irjV
THAT OVR LOTTERIES ARE DRA WS FAIRLTj
THAT OLR PRIZES ARE PAID P I'XCTCA LLT ;
AXD THAI OCR SCHEMES
Are nre Liberal than muj otker Lot
tery In the World f -
THE following Scheme will be drawn by g. Swab Ai
Co.. tliL.Lfer ill.. . . , . ..
- . . - . Awrwr liWIT.IK
eiu li tf tueir niKte Nnuilx-r LoiierM-a U rKrrvamm
ltiiS.at AltiLIA.;eorgis, m public, under Ike eg
ewweeww.aax.. VUIUIU atXM 'lit. fit.
Class 31 drw SaturtUy, Septrnfber 4, 185t!
ClaAa Si draws Saturday, September 11, 1851.
Claw S3 diawa Saturday, September 18, 185.
Clasa 34 draw Saturday, September 25, 1848.
OK THE PLAN OF SINGLE NT7HBEE3
50,000 Ticket! !: r
5,45 Pruea. Kearly one Prire to eTeryain
TU ltt MtAWX
EACH SATVRDAy AV SEPTirvnro '
1 rrise or
Prises of 000
" " 700
" " two
60 " " 600
,w " " aoo
.... 4, (KM)
20 " im
4 Pri's of $400 Approz'g to $70,000 Prise are tl ,B00
A 4. .A U.uh .... I
5,485 Prises amounting to S3 20 000
Whole Ticket tlO; Halves 85; Quarter $2 50-
-A Circular showing the plan of tbe Lutteriea
will be sent to auy oue desirous of receivuig it.
Certificates of Packages wdl be sold at theful. -
lowing; rates, which is the rude : . .
Certificates of Package of lu Whole TickeU,. a0
" " 10 Half " " 40
" lOQuarh-r " .. """O
" u 10ti)?hth ' 1
IN OSDZRLNO TICKETS OB CEKTLTICATES.
liirlose the money to our address for tbe Twkels or.
dered, 011 receipt ,.r which Uiey will be forwarded by
Brst mail. Purchasers can have UckeU endiuc tu mir
ttgure tbey may Uempnute. '
The Unl of Urawn .Number and Priara will be tent
to purchasers immediately aru-r the drawinc
- Purcliasors will please write their siRnatorea
plum, and give their Post oilu-e, county and Mate.
Mr ltememb.ir that every Prise is drawn and para. -ble
a-All prises of 1. 000 and under, paid Immediate
ly aiier the Urawuig .nher prizes at Uie usual time of
All coiiiiuuuicatiun strictly ConfMcntinl.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
" . , Ait.-ui(ia, oa.
Mr Persons residing near Monteoim-ry , AU., or
. , " ruers nueaTawa save
tiuie, by add rem it S. tSwan A j! i ..
Mr A Iwt of the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount of the prise tliat each oue ia
utKled tji will Iu ....i.i.....i ... . , .
, ' e.err uraa-inr, m
the following ipers : Am,aUt (.,) (ajfirHUNaf.
t, .rw UrUan, Mia, M.iU KryxMrr, CTuirUst.m
?."iir!''"rl' VaMtu, Atlanta Inlrlligmrer. Xtm
lrA HW.y ny hu-tk. Savannah Vtruian, Rich
mond IHjHiUk, Arm fork tntfatrh, and i'auidina
(Afus.) Clnun,mnd Luti Kuck (Ark.) True Oemvcral
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. '
"IMIE next ordinary drawmg of the Royal Havana
A Lottery, conducted br Uie Kianliili (innn..i
under the supervision of the Captain lieuaral of Cuba
im w. at Havana, on
Tuesday, September 7ll, lg8.
Sorteo Kumero 604 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prlie of $100,000
1 " 60,000
1 " " UO.OiH)
I " " 16,0X0
1 " " 10,0110
10 " " l.ooe
143 " 40O .
20 Approximations I ma
,i.j.i..uu.i me eioo.uoo, oi smn earb 4
of 4isi to 60.0OO ; 4 of 400 to 0,000 . 4 of 400 lo 16 000
4 of too to 610,000. '
Whole Tickets 20; Halves $10t Qnar
Prises ca.lied at suiht al 6 pur cent, discount,
Hills ou the Niuihville City liauks takeu at par. I
A drawing will be forwarded aa soon as the result
e-AU orders for Schemes or TickeU lo be ad- V
dn-siwd to 1KN KulihllitaZ, (care of City Post') '
CharloBloti, ho. Ca jy?7-td
AS hon by the slab-menu of the Itonrd of Health
of New York, caused the death or 76 persons out
of ell deaths, tn one week, and lol deaths by con
sumption, induced by Iysewia. . a to a mtr.
tet-led fact thai I)'RH-psia Is the oriflu of the sufleruips
of a Urire rli..ii of ibe who die of ronninptMm,
it becomes the duly d every oue to use such precau
tious aicaiuxt and remedy for !yHpcpsia as science and
ex)ierieuce have pUce before them, and w hicb have
proved to be eRteacimis: of this diarsrh-r is
W.lliains' AnU-Iyiepuc Klmr," tu corruboratioa of
which read the following testimonial:
Testimony of Mr. Edward II. Kowley, of tlie firm nf
Kowley, Ah burlier A Co., 14 North Wharves, M
Ewf of tbe cittcary of WiIIliuih's Auti Ih iix i.Uo
rmtarucLruia, O tober 29. 1649.
Pr. Ja Wiujjmk:
Itear Sir 1 take pleasure la rerooimendinjr your
Anu -Uyswptic Klmr, for the cure of lyspeia. I r
have takeo It myself for the dlaoaae, and ha bee a ' .
entirely cored. . . . "-
tli WARD IL R0WIAT. '"A
i V c
Communication to John U. Penrose, Esq , from Mr.
Fraaklts Kyre, Keumnrtou.
It is with rml gratitb-aiMMi that I testify to the ef
ficacy of Williams's Au l I spetM: Umr, which yon
so strougly ruoomnvmdnd to me, and for which I
heartily thank you; it has outnpietnly restored my
health, wbM'b I cheerfully publicly acknowledge,
with the hope thai others aiay be similarly bene tilled.
1 KAN bXIX EYRE.
KaxatsoTOV, Sept 12, 1RS0.
tH-roaia 10, 1K60.
Iw. Jauoi WnijAss:
Hear fir: Having suffered fT a long tune from
Iyte(ila so severely that I was completely prostrat
ed aud having tried every means for relief without !
success. 1 was advised to use your "Anu PyspetM '
tluir.' It affords me much pleasure to Inrorm you,
that I amenurely cured by its use, aad I cordially re- "
cotamoad to ail persts sitTering under lyspepsta.
Very reapectfully , kr. ,
Corn well's Ualf-eay House, Urwtol Turnpike.
Temmony of Mr. Abner Umes, Market street, above
Nxlb, oorrurMfraure ol the etttoacy ol Wdliams'S
Auu typpeKjc Uisir.
Da. Jaass tt'iujaaa :
Knar Mr It gives ate great pleasure t- knew that
yos are agaia prrparuig vnur atediciae for the cure
of typepsis, fur many of my acquaintance havere
peabMlly aked me where n could be procured, koow.
lug that I bad been eared r s. As I think taai a
publK acknowledgement of the great beneDt I have
received from the use of row soedssiae, la awt only
due U yea, but auy be useful te outers, I now nuke
it. Pur several yeara I auaered froui Iyspeia,
wbirti mcreaaed to such aa extant that mr health and
0uatitibna were rapully stoking ander it. I was
Cmeapelled to msrlrl myself tn tne most simple fund,
aaa even that I eonbt tut digest ; I felt a loaa of
strength, duuaclmauon to exercise, and (a yoa nave
It ut yew ad vertMuecit) a general feeling of depree
SHra ut indescribable weariness, la Ute year laes.
bearing from other high reoutanModatioa of yonr
Aall I'j speptK Elian-, I procered and aaed U wan the
axaal happy eOect; ander its mnueure languor and
wenrtnee graduaXy pa si away, and mr appetite
revived, wb.-a I eoulj gratify with impuatty. Tea
year have aew elapaed.aad tuf coulldenoe in tbe cu
rative powers of your medio.ae bee uf rwarse ai.
creased, for m eteu4ntely cured me, when I faded to
ebtaia reiM from any other auurce.
tery ropciiull , yours.
TneThttr"ls aoU la b.auaat SI eauAi.ur sta but.
tlee (or Aa.
Proprtetor.JAAU WIUJAU.U. P.. -CUrmnH
No. 4 rVwtb rievealb street, PbslaeeltdMa. '
For aale by all liruaMa. aat
Auctionrrr and (ienrral Agrctf ,
JVS TUE SALE OF 1
EE1L EST1TE, SEIXIll.M)IXi .XCCBOEX,
t nrttllicrr. Velilrlctw UM-ktaAcal'
BVk ..... a m ft . ' sr
JW'HX bM siuad to Ihe CtsuatTiui ut Jtivevxis ,ml-A
Noise, kr , m this or afcy t4 ll.f ikiiviMi numn
tsAie, Patriot I mice Cweat.B,- Ifceen, where ueaers eaa
be bcfl la ny all nee. , ,. Kl
Bajrr and Uoie for Salf.
HAVr; 1 lt a.ujc ,
aoe Vainly tt-a-w,
aad alae a r) lu try .
wkKb tit be ed4 low, half rash, the balance oa aiS
ll.r tiaw. lor fatftarulani eM)iire ,4
Jy2S-tf r- tt. tUHWt, AgebU "
JVht lilt aud .Meiuphii Till ted
State iall l.hir.
ri'iii. awe b'W aaler steasrer dk &
1 UA-A, Jso. i. tUMunt,
bUMrW wlU kasvethdtl lV vtefV " r
MoptV aad rl'.llii , .1 li o rkk it , tar'tutg
the tkaed Males Ltit to aud Tt' tu iii-tuphw, cat-ew;-tag
at ttdwaalt man segukw nn nr and tn ill Mma-"
i ls- li S ie , S4 UMMaudi suvufceve, AuS llri Lit
- peMfetYis v boaides te ......
, JJ . . A. UAallLTUK.' Aifeet.
- . t j. t 3 . l .w. A A. I',
ANPXiHOjirl rru 13 to la years wlJ. as a burM
tur baite uf tkvt j sat , It iataitUr fciuire
a tha o&t. aull.