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NASHVILLE:
TUESDAY M0BjnN0..-.SPlXlOZB 7, 185
NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS.
Tiihing to eona oar business u near as
postl to the CASH SYSTEK, we have deter
mined hereafter to collect our nibscription,
within the city, QUARTERLY, To carry this
dstrrmination into effect, we have placed onr
whele city list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM
GILL, who will make tie collections, and also
attend to the delivery ef the Papers, and see
that subscribers are served punctually. We
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
11 parties. Those wh may desire to save them
ielws the necessity f making four payments
lunng the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
idvance for the whole year.
' ToKoxEn. A little daughter of Dr. Boyd, of
rentwood, Willtanipoii county, was poisoned
atorday. und.T Ore following circumstances :
'be rVctor and hw lady were on a visit at a
ttgbiHirV, having their danghter with them,
-it little pirl. between two and three years
r ag'- Wuil.-! &ere, a eerraot, in cleania
ft' a .s'At, ..c-4 the tilings which were on
, r,n'ue floor where the child was playing.
;n'i!jrt tli- things was a rnnall vial of
rythfcine. which the little one got hold
: mil innoc-nily took enough to kill
r in a f'v moments. Such accidents ae
;i are not trujaent, but they ought never
Capf Ti. Toinou, about any one's premise-s
sjlit be kfpt where no one can get at it
jo derj not understand its properties.
finiBBxPinnc lUn.nn.ti. A meeting
Ifie'toekholderH of the Southern I'acitic
'I krtTa& Cooinanv will le held at Meti!iiiib'
u ,
t VotuI .v I'lTsons m .xsnviiie. wuo
r -. - j
1 1 ntr.tck. ought to go or take su ps to be
ifebtisteu.
Dr. Beale remains a fi;w idghb? longer
06d fellows' Hall, with those magnificent
tiiicfions of art, the panorama of Niagara
Ik. Jfammoth Cave, Crystal Palace, fcc.
stay is now quit limited, and those who
b ie -e them mast do so at once.
The point of attraction on North Mar-
street is still Bailey's celebrated Varieties.
is jxwtivtly th'j last ni.it but one, th 'y
rowain.
Jiessrs. Harris & Co. will olH-r at aac-
tkis morning at 11 o'clock an extensive
vy" i S tlroocries. Sen Advertisement.
52fk l CoxtKRf. Becentiy there was
- t revival " in Wisconsin. Among
.averts was one whwt: jrevious profes
:il Veu " Three Card Monte." Times
MXftwhat hard, he found little profit in
i3Uttute ' practice,"' and became eon-
d,"'s the Eld -is nay- One ni;ht at the
trW.ir an Eld r, He rone to edify the
e.M.Vni with his experience, and Urns
-.iti-A '' himself: -Liuliis and gentle-
ti'itii brothers and sisters ; the Lord
eol me very much I never felt so
fefn in all lay life (embarrassed)
1 ever f' lt so happy ls-foie iu all my
vsry much emlarrassed.) If any one
I iTff tliil, thiy eau yd a licdy btt out
tvMtsMXAKV Growth ok Grapks.
I st tfce rem-trkahle vegetable jnoduc-
1 1 exhiliitio:i at I'hiladeljiliia the Lcd-
Mias an extraordinary yield of grapes.
ogof a single bunch, or rather a ser-
I !UBr!n-s or sub-divisions on the same
y41ing "J ttx., and measuring two
I in each diameter, and two feet
I ad occupying a box of eight cubic
was raiied near Bordentown. New
at the country reridence of Geo. W.
B-!. The growth wsir of the vai it;ty
is the IMentiue grape, ami this was
bearing of the vine. A variety like
,'orth the cultivation.
iv Illinois. Some of the Illinois
Agree in saying that the quantity of
sed in that State this year from the
cane, will exceed in amount, iiiclnd
urse the molasses made in the same
that of any other one product or
f export thrown or manufactured in
We ure inclined, says the Cinein
f, to think this au exaggerated state
. titer? can be no d'ubt that the
really very considerable, and that
' hereafter be regarded as one of the
Mluctious not only of Illinois, but
the N'Tthwi-stern States.
ent is A UailroaI) Car. A trial
a month ago at Rouen in France,
s a good prt cedent of judicial ac
rid over. Two fellows, pretending
tlemen, were pleat! to talk inde-
railroad car, even after an angry
ce ot a worthy farmer, who hai -
with his daughter Ui an opposite
'.enounced them to the p iMic pros
y were tried by the Correctional
ence passed on each was impris
two months ami a tine of 200
EKlMi. How true is this. Irutn a
by Moutaletnbcrt: "The craving
lice is one of the worst of social
t spreads through the entire
al and a servile humor, which by
:cludes the spirit of fiction anil
:ay. It creates a crow d of ln;n-
ipable of the utmost f.iry to xs
appetites, and ready for any
'U the appetites have leen ap-H-ople
of place hunters is the
I ss of all populations."
Ion. F. P. lllair, jr., publishes, iu
s Drnficrut, bis notice of contest
ret, who holds the certificate of
tlepresentative to Congress from
Du-trict. His allegations of cx
of different kinds are fifteen or
lbvr and certamly very startling
-X, ALBU1GIIT Ai CO.,
mil Retail Clothing Housf,
laiar street, XanhnUe, Tenn.
as-method of informing the resi-
j ourners of Nasftville, that our
C and Wixtkk Cloth ixu is now
we are reci i ing all the Xete
J Eastern markets, embracing
ri Gtittlemen't Ajjxrrel, which we
f. rtitr low rates roB Cash !
i kept complete as heletofore,
i nchases made by a member of
j ' if I'hiladcfjihia, whose long ei-
t JtcUiliet, afford every aJvatv
tkn of choice Goods. Our
ur patrons a gtsd a variety
rU Ut h 1- ct from as any lAher
r..i.jtt'..llv i..i ..
I 't, for an oj ponuuity to con-
jtDe Laryat and Jitl &Luck J
jtti In Nashville, is at No. 15
.cae cull and exauiiie.
t CUETOX, AI3RIUUT A Co.
i the Wy Ageiif In Nashville
elaoo it Co. 'a celebrated Liris
)ch are so wljnsted in tbe liu
p to be of. oo more iacoave
ordiuary wadding. It lias
I admired. Their bitb6r-
Ws-OV tswut tiwv v a
eepti-tljao
ocket and Tabja Cutlery
AVUitR 3c Co.
Robertson lecttarea.
The second aDnual course of Lecture for the bene
fit of the Robertson Association, will' commence the
first Thursday in October, aud continue every suc
ceeding Thursday nntil concluded. The vacancy will
! be supplied at an early day. The Lecture Room and
place of procuring tickets will be announced at the
proper time. The following gentlemen have consent
ed to lecture, viz:
1st. Rev. C. D. ElHott, Nashville, Oct. Tth.
' 2d John Bright, Esq., FayOUeville, Oct. 14th.
3d. Hon. Henry S. Foote, Memphis, Oct. 21st.
4th. Rev. Ir. QuinUrd, Nashville, Oct. 28th.
5th. Hon. N. S. Brown, Nashville, Nov. 4th.
Oth t . ' Nov. 11th.
7th. Ed. CooMr, Shelbyville, Nov. 18th.
8tli J. C. Hurch, Esq., Chattanooga, Nov. 21st-
gppte R. W. McGAVOCK, l'resldent-
Bites and Snxsor Insects. As a remedy
against the bites and stings of insects, and of
all poisonotre reptiles, the only reliable arti
cle yet invented is Dr. Bkagg's Arctic Lixi
mknt. Such are its penetrating and disinfect
ing properties, that, no matter how virulent
may be the poison from the bite or Bting, this
Liniment at ice reaches the seut of venom,
however k- p, and neutralizes and extracts
it. With Bragg's Arctic Liniment at hand
the bite of a rattlesnake is as harmless as that
of a ffnat. It also overcomes the virus from
the bite of a mad dog. This admirable Lini
ment is also infallible iu curing ail those dis-ea?i-s
of men and animals where a Liniment
is the proper r-mi dy and is not equaled by
any such article ever invented. It is likewise
infallible in destroying the screw-worm, to
I which cattle are peculiarly liable iu southern
latitudes.
For sale in Nashville, Tenu . by Berry &
Dkmovuxk.
An agent wanted in every town and village.
Application should be made to Bragg & Bur
rowis, St. Louis, Mo., and :nu-t always be ac
companied by good reference.
Kn'ivks for the Million'. John Williams,
nt his Cash Hardware Store, has now in store
a good assortment of all kinds of Pocket
Knives of Rogers, Wostenholrn and other
makers. He is selling a good Congress knife,
of Wo.-teiiholm's manufacture, at $1 00 each,
and others in proportion. aug2tJ
Ureal Ilar-uliiw at Ho. 22 l'ubllc
quare
We will c.Tcr our eutite 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 cheup goods. Call soon or
you will miss the chance.
jy27. I. C. NICHOLSON & CO.
ISatn, Koacheii, iiu, IuectM, Arc.
What the l'u jilf nj :
Cavk, 111.. June 21.-t, 1857.
Dkak Sir: My brother, J. W. Mi-Cheery.
P. M.,piu ciia-ed a box of your Rat Extermin
ator, and found it to be what you recommend
it to h:-, a perf.ct Rat destroyer. I herewith
enclose So for more of it.
Yours, Ac, Ashley McCreery.
tf S re "Costai's" advertisement in an
other column.
Sol I in- OH'!
The remainder "f niy si' U "t rich Paris Bonnets and
Millinery Good at New York Kiiipnrium,32 Union
street, will he sold witlim tins inontti ut a great Eacri
flee, without regard to cost or fitlier eonsideration.
Kxchane Rink, Mnrl'iee.-lioio', ami tjt:zeua' liauk,
Mvinj.lii-, taken ut -5 ci'iiu on tiie tlell.ir.
aii,;lt-tr M US. DOYLE
MAVOItALTY.
We are authorised U muioum o W. II. HORN,
as a randiilate Tor Mayor at the ensuing election,
gooib-ie
We ure authorized to announce S. C. ;oD
JIAIJ, u a tli'll.late lor Mayor of the rity at the
upl'roachilig electioii. septl-UJ
MS" We are authorized to aiinoiiii e TilO.". J.
II AI1.K, h'-"i , lie a candidate lor .Mayor ot this city a
the etiHUilig lleiUK lal election. augltf-te
FOIC Al.UIIItH A..
We are uutlioriKed to unuounco Pr. A. A.
HATCHKK us a candidate for Alderman in the 8th
Ward, at the ensuing election. tjeptJ-te
4 tj- We are authorized to announce S. X. little
I.!M:.W UKTII us acandiilate for Alderman in the fith
Ward.
tsar We ore authorized to uunoiiuce JVUS A.
KIM I KR as a candi late for Aiilerinaii ill the th Ward,
at Hie ensuing election. aug'24-tu
if 0- V arnanlhonz ! to aiuioiuiee JAMKS M. H AM
ILTON' aj a cmidnlatc lor Alderman in the 4th Ward,
ut the ensuing ei1 tion. nug'-tn
JCr" W are artiiorlzed to aunotince HERMAN' COX
:m a caixliJatu for Aidermau in thw sth Ward.
acglG-te
Hill tir.CI I.MAN.
f i We are authorized to announce ISAAC PAUL
an a candidate for Aidermau iu the 7th Ward, at the
e us u in g election. Heil4-le
We are authorized to unuounco IKA P. JONES
as a candidate for Council m.ui iu the Stli Ward, at the
enanlttg tle:tioti. sept'J-to
if We are uuttiorized to announce DAVID H.
WAKE ad a candidate for Councilman la the 4lh Ward,
at the enmiiiig ehnHioii. ept2-te
9f We are authorized to announce J. V. GUJIEKT
aa a caielniaU) for Councilman iu the Sccoud Ward al
lite enHiiing election. 8ctl-te
Sir We are authorized to announce J. C. IiAKi'EV
as a caudidale lor Counciliu.iii iu the 6th Ward, at the
ensuing election. aug'Jo-to
41 We are authorized tt announce JullX W.
('OI LMAN' ad a caliilnlate for Councilman in the 2nd
Ward.
We are authorized to announce C. II. CONUER
an a i-niidid.it.- hr Councilman in the Hilt Ward, at the
eiixuiiig i'le Lou. aug'JJ-lo
AiT We ate uulhonz -d to uiinoiincc R. C. UUAX8
KU1, ua n candidate for Councilniau lu the Sill Ward.
u iig o-te
Wo ure autlionied lo announce W. R. I) Kit CM -
liliANKas a caudidale for Ci liut limau IU the tHH'ond
Ward , at the ensuing eli'Clion. augO-to
jr We ure authoriz ed to annoenee C. II. MAK
TIN a can lid itc for Councilman in Hie 4th Ward at
lieuuiiK election. auglO-to
.VSUVIIaIaK hacks.
mi ggg
1
Al.L WttTIVt;, 185. will coinmeiice on Monday,
S eli'iuli.T Ttli, ith a wcc.st.ie with three
year old i-MO enlratice lt0 loruit. Twu mile
heaia. Kiplit entriea
Lit lidoiti iiiiniea br f Mary W) lie, by Albion, dam
by Sovertisn.
Alau, namea cu f. by Albion, dam Ana Chase, by
Leviathan.
lttythe Jc Uuild uam Hiawatha, by Album, dain by
54iviru;ii.
W. (i. II ir.litip uaiiieiilr f Tetiiienaus by Euailon,
dam Kate Kmc, by 1 runii.
Aim i, naiiu-a cli f by Albion, dnm PelU, by Priam.
T. i. M'Mire nainea b f Betty Uauey, by hhaiuroek,
dam Ida, by llelaltaxirar.
W. T. Roiiiiiltri'O naiin g ell f, by Glencoe, dam Jane
Wataun, by I'rieiu.
Alau, names ch f, by Albion, dam by Priam.
TlHAV, 2Stii.
8wretake with Iwoyiur lt(, one mile out $.100
entrance SI 00 forfeit, jcvro ei.trh1.
Jiran jMi k-.n name ch f Kauny liupi;, by Am
baxaador, dam Ida, by H" I - It 2 zar.
A. lUrtiea uaiuea b f, by Aibiou, dam Ana C1ni-,
by Levtatlian.
W. T. Kuuudlree naiuca ch c, by MiIou, dam by
Glencoe.
Huiih Calgy name b c, by Albion, dam by UvU
than. W. T Cheatham naoiea ch 0, by Glencoe, dam ty
Leviathan.
Hi tklotn namea b r, br Albion, dam by Sovereign.
Also, name b f, by Aibiou, data by iviireraign.
Sk iimi Ka K. Witu untried three year ol.U S JUO
entrance SAO lorfeiL Three en trie.
W. T. Cheatham names ch I, by Glencoe, dam by
Levtattuin.
HtyUie Guild namcaKme Pnu.
W. T. Ru'indtree uatucs ch f, by Albion, dam Ku
drt a . by Cr mm.
Tmiku Rac-m jile county (Like, with thre- year
nbia SoOU eiiftAiicv, 'ia ur my. Tbn ubuara.
M Kt Si AV. -lmt.
Jockey Club Pure, .-5 T'i H1J0 ht'uU.
THLILSOAV, itOTM.
Jockey Club 1'urae, 1160. (me nule l etiU.
enii lUia .rcLak with uuUmi three year
Ida Sloo eubaitcv .it lurieit. One ni.lt heaU.
1'ive entriea.
I). P. lUdley titiBut b c, by Allen Brown, dam by
PriHin.
W. T. Koundlres namos ch f, by Albion dam Vy
IJllio TrU It, by I'riam.
T. ii. Uoure uamea ch f , by 3d Boalun, dam by Le
viathan. W. T CUoalhaut nainea ch f. By Glencuc, daia by
leviathan.
K. Mern wether Balnea ch a, by Ambaaaadur, dam
by r4iuc.
rniPAY.
Ja:Uy ClubPura 0 ooe utile hcata.thr beat
in ve.
SATCKPAY.
Joekey Oiib furs f i50 o 01 ila heata.
uf23dawia s. J. CaKTCH, pwprtekf. -
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GOIiCT'g IKioK for 8'iV mlx-r, juat re
cetved and lor aula by
filiBLto w. b&imi
Rock City Mills.
J. E. IIAl.TIAN 6c Co., Proprietors.
JK. BA UMAX fcX., Xtanuracturer ofP.OCK CITY
FLtJUK, wjli pay the highest price at all times,
lor Wheat and Corn, at their MiUs, corner of Line and
Cherry streew, XashviUe, Tenn.
EETAIL PRICE OF 1X0TJB.
From and alter this date, until further notice the
price or
Extra Family flour.. 2 60
Fine Flour. n 2 00
Fme Bran 60
Mixed Bran SO
Coarse Bran 40
Cora Heal 60c 9 bushel.
Unboiled 2 50
Middlings. 1 25
Shorts 75
All articles aold by the undersigned deliverable at
auy place in the city free of charge. Wheu selling by
the quantity, their rate or discount is 10 per cent from
reuil price. J. E. BAUMAN k CO.
Jy26 ly. 1
JVotliins else Ioe me auy Good.
LaNCAarERC H., 8. C, May, 1858.
Dr. C. M. Jackum, Philadelphia: Dear Sirs I
have been afflicted with Dyspepsia for a number of
years, and until three years since I conld find nothing
which would afford me relief. Fortunately, for me, I
beard of Dr. Hoolland's German Bitters, and thought
I would try them, not however, with much faith that
I tthimid be benefitted by their use.
To my surprise I found that on takicg a few doses I
was relieved of the pain iu my side and chest, my ap
petite became good, I gained strength, and in fact felt
stronger and in belter health than I had for a long
time. I do not allow myself to be out of the Bitters,
if I Can obtain them, for nutiiing else doe me any gwl
I nm wilting at all times and ready to slate my case to
any one who may wish lo know tho full particulars,
ii'id ihail with pleasure recommend ;hem to all who
may he atllicted with iJyspcpiiia or Liver Complaint,
for I believe if any thing will give them relief they
will ha relieved by Hoofland'3 German Bitters. Ma
ny persons in this djtrict have used the Bitters with
beneficial results, and I have no doubt you could get
a utim'oer of certificates were you to ask them, for to
my certain knowledge quite a number have been very
much benefitted by the use of your medicine.
I almost forgot to mention thut my daughter, about
six years of uge, was cured of Jaundice by HooOmd's
German Bitters. I think bept to mention his, as I
have never known them used iu any other case of
the kind. Respectfully yours,
A. HALES, Silversmith.
Witness, J. D. Gi.k.v..
For sale at the Principal Office, 418 Arch St. ,Phila
delphia,aud are sold by druggists and store keepers
in every town and village iu the United States, Cana
das, West Iudies, and South America, at 75 cents per
bottle. See that the signature of C. ii. Jackson is on
the wrapper of each bottle. sepl-lm
JIAMv OP C03IMEKCU.
MjtsHviLiK, Te.n.v., August 21st, 1858.
This Bank has removed t the corner oppusile the
Planters' Hank, in the oKl Union Bank building. The
building formerly occupied by the Bank of Commerce
is f r Rent on favorable terms. Apply soou, if you
want it, to
augiJ tf JNO. D. JAMES.
We bave jtiHt learned tbat McLkax's
Strexgtiiexlxo Corihal will cure the various
diseases prevalent among Children. It is ne
cessary every parent tdiould keep a Bupply on
hand, and when required give as directed.
Try it it is pleasant to take. See advertise
ment in another column. aug24
1IC. KI.WS DISPUSSABV
FOR PJUVATK DISK ASKS.
WfTf l1- KING, formerly of New York, for
u the la.-t lour years ol I-otusviile, Keu
li.ci , aim who has devoted his attention to the treat
ment of private diseases for over HO years, Hatters
himself, having attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases ol a private nature, no matter how
bad they may lie from injudicious medical treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Iir. King's insensary
is No U3 lieaderick street, between Cherry and the
Square, ,'i'niiiil story , w here he cures all diseases of a
private nature.
Gonoukhka cured w ithout nauseious medicine or in
terlcrcuce with business.
.tkicti'kkn of old or recent date, ell'uctuall.v cured in
a few days, by an eratioii which causes no pain.
Where a Mnclure exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps 110 disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much.
fYl'Hius, with all the disease of the skin, growing
out ol neglect or bad treatment, can be ellectually
cured ill a few days.
.vt.MiAi. E.K.vhsP-irticular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences grow
nig out of it, brought 011 in many cases by the de
structive habits of inconsiderate Youths and exces
sive indulgence of the passions, a neglect of which will
undermine the constitution, reudering the subject unlit
for business or society . ami causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring with any U1II11 illty of
ti e Womb may rest assured of immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating
their rase, with a lee enclosed, directed to Ir. A. King,
No. 2:j lieaderick street, Nashville, Tenu., will have
the necessary mcdicinesenl to their address, with ue-i-cssary
iHrcc'ions. tstrict secrecy observed. OHice
hours from o'clock iu the inomiiig until y in the eve
ning may UG-iudawly
Tlie "lillxlr,"
Prepared by Dr. JArf. WILLIAMS, for tho cure of DYS
PEl'SY, and nothing but liYSI'EPSY, (as advertised in
another column,) has, by its own munis, obtained for
itself so high a reputation iu Philadelphia, thai Physi
ciaus aciiiau.ted with its properties, are using itthcru
fi'lvcs mid prescribing it to their patieuts, con viuced,
by observation, of its great elllcucy in restoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of I'y.iepsy, of the most aggravated
character, winch were abandoned as Incurable by
1 Hue of the Me, Ileal Faculty, have, by the use of this
, lixir, b.eti restored to perl .-t t health, as attested cor
i n otes testily. aprlu-ly
T!V3A A svnteU immediately, 10,000
-ja - J. i men to engag'e iu the sale of the most
' 'puiar selling' Boos ill America. Iu valids, luechau
, Lriuui. aud teachers, wishing to travel, w ill liud
is a vory profitable mol pleasant business, enabling
, em to see the country and make money at the same
tie. Agents now in the business are clearing from
.00 to l,'(W) per year, tor lull juirticulars, and a
l itf ll.M.ks, address ii. M. KL l.ISOX, queen City,
- itdishitig House HI Mam street, Cincinnati, Ohio; 01
living East, U. ItUUiON, Philadelphia, I'a
Sept. 21. ly
TTJy X. P. Willi' lime Journal adverlisescirculars
ruisheJ gratis explaining the reasous w by it requires
uiilleman of 'accomplished mechanical gcuius'' lo
erale a WheeleranJ Wilson's Sewuig machine, aud
uy so mauy ''excellent house keepers" cau not do
rvb2S-tr
Nodal touilt.
Wklis, HM)rltR & Co. inform the lovers of Soda Wa
r that they have received aud have now m operation
.6 of the Nichol's celebrated Soda Founts, an euti'e'y
paU-nt, and the most complete oiie of the kind e
t. Tlieir assortment of syrups is inferior to nooe
jlheciiy aprli
raralline Canncl Coal Oil,
Fur Kubrit atins Machinery,
for sale in" this city by
i:vi., i'i;miixto. Ac co.,;
agents eok tiie
t.M0. COAL AD OIL COUPAW,
MAYSYUXi:, KENTUCKY.
Je5-flm
BjT Tiie splendid residence on lltu corner of Itead
ck aud Summer streets is for rent for the balance
the present year. Apply at Glovkh i Co, 'a Ex.
. tilllce, or to Tkabi 4 l.lOAs.
may li-tf
To Nervous builerers.
A retired Gentleman having been restored in health
I few daya, after many years of nervous suffering
II send (free) to assisl others, a copy of the prescrip
u and a supply of the remedy, on receivuwr a
imped envelope beanug the applicant's addresa. 11
ei the Rev. Jou.t M. lUeiaju.. 1SS Fulhn street,
ouklyn.N'.Y apr 10-trlw a
' aok Sellers, IJook-IJindcrs and
LLANK BOUk MAMKAITIRLKS,
No. 38 I uluu Mrert,
AitBlivllle, Tfiiiiesser.
- .ebl tf '
. lasii.lncs for Scptcmlicr.
HAKlrR'S MAGAZINE;
LLSUk.'a GA.KTIK F KASHION;
111 ATLANTIC MONTHLY;
GoM.Y'8 LAIjY'S BwK;
I'tntUtSuN'S MAGAUNr.;
UKAIIAM'i) UAGAZLNL;
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u jur
NEW BOO KS
cct ivt tl by JOHN VOIIK X. Co.
Utauauaxa'a Cmiueotaries on the "New Tutaiuenl,
". mplete iu d vols.
jpur4'ju' iWtnona Sth voL, lYtoa $1.
lu New York Pulp'.t ; a memorial vvlujos of 8r
aia.
fhe Pitts Street Cbap.l Leclurea.
Gluupaca of J a us, from lh aeciMtd Iuodoa Ji-
a.
Iir. Nott's TMilra-a lectures
WhitelJea by CharUa lUad.
i-f w
XegrocH Xkv Sale.
, ITE hava a good Ha Carpenter, sod lirsl-raU
. V !' Kuttuu. Cheap lor Cash.
)Sl-ti H. 11. lUYVtM CtX
. H'ANTKl), , .
NroKOfirl ftm llkl years old. aa s ra
.1 V for iwlaacs ul the )r. t or partxaUr wqtur
l.thw vQtcs ssglT.
Up.Cflfflrnpl).
LATER" FROM EUROPE.
Arrival of the Steamer Fulton.
New,Yobk," September 6. The Steamer
Fultoo . has arrived r ofl' Cape Kace with
Liverpool dates of.tae 25 tb.- . '.
Cotton. Sales three days 36,000 bales, gen
erally closing with au advanced tendency.
Fine qualities advanced one sixteentu.
BreudstuSs quiet. Provisions steady. .Su
gar, quiet. ;
The Ship, Jfayflower, from New Orleans
for Nantz capsized at sea, and is a total
wreck fitteen bauds were lost. The Cap
tain and seven ethers were saved.
Manchester advices favorable. The weath
er is favorable ' for crops. Flour quiet.
Wheat steady. Coilee dull. Spirits Turpen
tine 31Ja38. Provisions 4J.
The treaty between the Allies and China
confers the right of having resident Consul
Generals, and not Ministers at Tieng Sing,
who have direct intercourse with the Empe
ror's Cabinet.
The steamer Agamemnon caught fire, and
was slightly injured.
Victoria was received throughout Germany
with extravagant demonstrations of respect.
A collision occurred between the Oxford
and Wolverhampton trains, by which several
were killed and several severely injured.
The condition of the water of the Thames
has imnroved.
Chudeuas, Duncan and Bibb, of Liverpool,
have suspended. Their assets cover their lia
bilities. Continental exchanges, especially on Paris,
are very tirm.
A St. Petersburg dispatch says China is to
be opened to foreigners, and the left bank of
the Annoor river is to be the boundary be
tween Bustda and China.
Liveupool. Kichardsou, Spence & Co.
quote Western Canal Floar 2021s; Balti
more and Philadelphia Flour 21s 6l22s;
Ohio Flour 2223s 6d. Western Wheat 5s
bs 3d; Southern White Wheat Cs 9d7s 3d.
Yellow Corn 33s bd,34s; White Com 34s
34s 6d.
Later front Mexico.
New Orleans, Sept. 6. The steamship
General Rut-k has arrived with Brownsville
dates of the 1st.
The Liberals captured Tampico on the 25tb
ult.
The reactionists are hotly pressed.
Yidaurri is concentrating 10,000 men at
San Louis fur a march on the Capitol.
Funds plenty.
There was a fearful gale and inundation at
Brazos on the 2tith.
Front Waaihiugtou.
Washington, Sept. 6. The Secretary of
Navv has chartered four steamers ot the
Cromwell line, New York, for Paraguay.
The frigate Niagara has been ordered to
proc'A-d to Charleston to carry the captured
ueirroes to Laocria.
Our government supports them there until
otherwise provided lor.
Vellov fever.
New Okleans, Sept. 6. Deaths from yellow
fever Saturdty, 9.
It Iter A ewti.
Sr. Lows, Sept. G. The river is full at
this point. '
The upper rivers are declining.
Weekly liank Statement.
New iokk. bfDtember btli. Decrease in
Loans SI 98.000. Decrease iu Deposits $350
000. Increase in Specie $231,000. Increase
in Circulation if 281.OU0. Increase iu undrawn
Deposits $211,000.
Market by Telegraph.
New Okleans. Sept. 6. Cotton.' Sales to
day 800 halts. 1" lour advancing, $6 00.
New Yohk, Septeuilirr C. Cotton firm,
with tin advancing tendency. Cotton sales
3.000 bales. Middling Uplands 11 11-16,
Yellow Corn !)6a97. Mess Pork. 17 40al7 60.
Whisky 24ia25. Sugar quiet, Tjjat. Coffee
dull, lOalljc. Liuseed Oil iac.
BOEIiHAVE'S
HOLLAND BITTERS
3i
rum ORi.KHRATKn Holland rmdt ui
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
LIVER COMPLAINT,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AHO AGUE.
And the varioiiK itiloctiotii? ri)tiseineut uiou a dinor
OercJ Sfomacli or Iiver,
Such aw Tuititf ion . Amlitv of the Stoinuch, Cholic
r.iuis, Ilfrhiiiii l.oji of Ai'tx'tiU-, IKviHiU'lc-nc y.
Costivi-m-s, I'.liuit aii'l Illi'i'ilnijj Iu all Set-
you Kljouniutic, nd Neuralgic Allittionn, it has, id
numerous itmuitiiM'si , proved highly benctlciai, and Id
others ellevted tt itwi-W cure.
TIiih in iiircly vi-ctahlo componnd, prered ob
Mrictly w-H-ntilio princiles, uttrr the manner or tin
celi-brak'd Hollaml urTi:Mfor, Itoorhave. lkH-ime ol
itH great ciK ci'SH in moiit of the Kuroptwn States, it
iiitr-xliK-tioii into the I'moM StiueK wn intended mor
caiH-ruillv for tl"e of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the (nee ol' this nnehty country.
MoetuiK Willi Itreat iii -chH anionic thrm, I Dow olio
it to the American public, knowing that its truly woo
derful medicinal virtue mufct be acknow lel;ol.
It la Mirlicularly recommended to thoso pernon
wluve cotirttituliouM tnav have been itntwired by th
coutuiuotis use of anlciil siurit, or other form of dis
iniliin. (rt-neriilly lUHLaiiUiiieoiig in eflea-t, it And iu
way dire tl to Uie iM-at of lite, tnrilliiiK ami qiiH Ken-
iiut evcrv iii'rve, raixinr ui the drMipmK 'Pirit, and.
in tai l. liiliiHinc new neaiin auti riiior in uie system.
Nt)l'ICr n hoover extiectii to fiun tins a bevera
will be diMiiitxiuitcd : but to lite nick, the weak a
low pintel it will prove a urate! u I aromatic cordial
poaseahed of linKnlar remedial properties.
j A ll 1 I Wjli
The creat popularity of thw delightful Aroma ha
iodueed many imitalioiK, which the public ahoul
(Euaraainol purchuKitifr. Be not per.-ma.led to bu
anything ele until you bav pivc a liucrhavc'a Ho
laud Hitter a fair trial, one bottin will convince yo
how intlnitely auperior it i to all these imitations.
4j- Sold at ll per bottle, or aix bottle or Ao,
THE SOLE PROPRIETOR.
BEJA?II. PACK, Jr., & CO.,
Uanufacluruig PharioaceutisU and Chemists,
Ptttabarieb, I'm.
Bold by PrucginU generally throughoui uie Lulled
8taUs and Canada.
j- Sold in Nahville by
V.W IS, 1'KXIH.CTOX CO. . Wholesale Ag'ta
V. W. ItKKKY It DEMUVUXE,
Ir. A. II. HiStuE,
JO. liKoW.V,
iiCMoviiJJ;: . nn.i,
U. W. HKNI'tRftllOlT,
lr. T. WEIXS,
WKIJ-", IhMipKR CO.,
BEtl H It Ul'NTUt,
MEMPHIS RACES.
WEMIMUS counsu.
TtlK ItiMteeorer the wentphia Course w.ll couitnene
oa Tti)A Y, "ctolr lWlh, l!-58,arid coutuiu
IIVK PAYS.
Kllt-T IAY, Tt fnAT, tlcfbor 19 The "Waikbh
STAaa." for three year olds, .DO entrance; S.'iO for
feit. M lie heata ; three or more to till llie stake ; the
Club to add -1XI, provided tbe race is run; to name
aud chwe on the 1st day of Aiinu, 1SAS. Security
will be required for the Inrfcit in the above puke.
Sams lur. Jo:key Club purse 9000. Three mile
lieaui.
Ml'OXI) rAY, M'KlixiBiOar, Oitoher 'Jl J xir)
Club Puroe $M. Mile tml, lliroe in live.
Sane Pit iweepake for to year 4ln; '.Hat en
trance; SO forfeit. f8h of a ante," thre! or inre
In bll the stake aw three entries. K-cunty iil be
reqiured lor Uie forfeit.
ItllKlJ DAY, Tut BltAT. OcUiborSl Tlie "ILisrica
Sias," for three year olds. Two mile hoato; S3ou
puutnrt; Sl'al furteit; three or iare to bll the .lake;
Uie t lu't to add Stoo, providod the race m run; t
uawe and cloae on lnt day of Auguat, 1V.S . S-ecurit
will l rApilre.t bir the forfeit.
HHitnl lAY, Kkioat, k.-hber 22 Jockey Clu
PnrMt0 two mile heabi.
'l rH ItAY, fATianAT. tu t jber 23. Jcckey Cm
Purfce $ I ,r fl. Pour m:le tie.n
4)0 A "tValW tKrr" tbe above "ottr etit tl- t
hiwiH. lo 11m- loll amount of J.t y t U.r ("-
Ify All ciUI.-f, isitli io.1i-.j ureC, ntOel be tit
wm t. p.tryiTi;rJJ. i'ott.trT.., -
joA-td VI -miH i- f. t.n
v kV i v i ii slvT
. . &$lZirjLL. A'l'.
yt. V. 7IASO., Proprtelor.
fl'inHBewand commodious Hotel ta anw lhoroohly
furnialtedaiiJ cou'lcttf ut ail Its daiartmwu.
The propi trior Las uoje-i lo ue Hotel uae ut site
UrgeHaad u"t f impii l i
ev tbl
In the tw, tiijbl of stalhiif lu horse, ader Ut
tare aud auperkiA.oa of caret k! asd attentive Uetlera,
wah warrliotu for earria. bQfttem, Ae. iW,
Uris e lot uuJsr new feuoeo for tlie ao'tP utol kb of
drovers. '
A. UAH.
Fursuabad with po'S aad kUo uet choice braoxl of
Wtoee, Lu)uura, Cifars, Tobo, At, , has aba attest
added to toe Hotel. . .
, Ttiankful lor urti'wbit;!f liberal palmnnf which
the '-r 01.1 Huuaa" uxM received Jice tt has bee ia
charice of tbe under urd , be Iblcads te spare M
paits ur ei ae m make tt Ute anoas eomk aad ,
atceble HotaU in C.uti.sra keetucky.
Uaiks, ttuc;Me,aml llorme fniHiiahcd IravelrTb t
aay l'nt ihvy ar Crou Ruwujilyi'.le.
fcif S
T
ri 1
RATES OP EXCHANGE. . ?
,3 ,
XIXE B A IV OF X UTE djflOJf.
' ' " Js'asbtillbvTksx., Sept. 2, 1868
TErnrsBasx.
SOOTH CAROL 71 A.
Bank of Tennessee, .
par
SontK Carolina Panka, Id is
Union Bank par
LonsiAsa. - , ..
Kew bHeana Banks tJ par
Pinters' Bank, par
Mux chants' Bank , par
B ink of the Union. par
at m
Mobile Banks, par
Others i J-.-Sdis
Traders' Bank,. par
B ink of Commerce,. . fpar'
KKvruotr.
Kentucky Banks. ....par
- M ISBOTRI.
Missouri Banks,.. ....par
iLuxoia.
Illinois Banks, ..5310 dis.
HORTH CAKOU.XA-
No'rtli Carolina banks
S(35edls
cr.y cue, par
rar mera ' tsatut , j.-. ; par
Bank of Paris, . ......par
Bank or IDatianooRa-. : par
Bank of America,. .. . .
Citizens' Bank. ..; . .73tdis
Bank or Memphis, .s.'. par
tiuca-s nanic, par
River Bank, par
Commercial Bank, .... par
Exchange Bank.........
Northern Bank, ...... paf
Southern Bank, i-
Bank of N'agbTiile. ...6 die
Bank of ShelbyrillB, .. par'
Ocoee Bank, 10c dis
Bank of Daudndee.lOc dis
VIRGINIA.
Virginia Banks, ..
ISVUkHA.
. ldis
..1 dis
.ldis
StaTe"Bank,
omo.
StaCtjj'Bank
srecne
Gold, pre
Surer, ..
Runic or Llaibrwrni nnuwii.
Bank of Tazeweil, . 30c diyl JfewTork Sight . X IS Kpre
Bank of Trentoa, . . 3c d s j ptnhtdelphia, ...UOX Pre
Bank of JeQersou . 30c dis New Orleans, . . . hi(a))ipr
Bank of Knozvale, par Baltimore, UlahPre
Lawrenceb'g Baukr8e dj Louisville, ,Vf2KP"
BankofWestTenaessoepar Cincinnati pre
GEORGIA. LAND W A Kli A.Tti.
All Old Banks, par eVsand 160's, 88c
New Banks. .... uncertain liO's SJc
FRANCISCO,
Blodeler of Fikshions,
AND DEALER IN
ITATS, CiPS AND LADIES FURS,
IV o. 28 Public Sasrre.
lVASIIVILL.E, TE?fESSEE.
OUR AUTUMN SfTYLE
18 5 8,
Is uow ready for Inspection and Defrtry.
A. J. i'HAIVCISCOf
Introducer and Modeler of Fashions,
atig26 No. 23 Public Square, JiaahviHe.
MASARD HAT.
G
KNTLEMFN are invited to call and examine this
n-w and popular ntyle
a
T
a;iK'i A. J HIANCISCO, Hat Store.
''IIK KICAL. PLAIDS. A new and
buautil iii asortiueul al
aiigti FRANCISCO'S.
Children's Fancy Hals and Caps.
A LARGE assortment just received at
FK AN CISCO 's , Fashionable Hatter,
aug'Ji;-tf '.'3 Public Square.
Annual State Fair for 1S.SS.
rrihe Fifth Annual Prate Fair of Tennessee PtaU
X Agricultural Bureau, will be helilat the Bureau's
(iroiunlii, iic:ir Nashville, couimenciuif ou Jloinlay
Oct. 1 1th, and continue iluriug tho week. A liberal
lu't of preiiiium.s is oll'ered , which togethrr m ith tho
rules aud regulations, names of officers, judges etc.,
prtuteil in p-unililet lor in, tor gratuitous uisirinu
tion, may he had on apolication nl the various Print
illg Olliee?, and Book Stores in the l itv.
ails' ao-td. TH'H. B. JOHNSON, Treasurer.
JAXKS JOHNSON. . , r . A. J. COLK.
3 CO.,
(Successors to Johnson, Weaver A Co.,)
GROCERS, CCMISSIO.N AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
DKAIIUS IN
Colton and Produce Generally,
20 aud 31 Market Mreet.
TIIE undersigned having purchased the interest of
0. Weaver will continue the Warehouse business
at the old stand.
JAWES JOHNSON,
jH'p-lradw mo A. J. COLE.
KIRKMAN & ELLIS.
Our Books are at tho Counting Room of
Mctull, Vanlccr Co.,
INo. 44 Soutli .Tlarket Street.
THOSE indebted will please call as our business
must be Settled without delay.
augul-dtriwaw2in
Atlantic Telegraph Successful.
m m s
1S58.
FALL TRADE,
AT THE
New York 4illmery Cmpoi ium,
32 Uulou St., KashrlUr, Tenn.
MRS. DOYLE
RESPFXTFCIXY announces to the ladies of Nash
ville, State of Tennessee, and adjoining States,
that she will receive in a few tlaya Irom New York
the largest and most maguiticeut stocks of
French Pattern Bonnets,
as well as the cheapest ever brought to this city, in
part as follows :
luoo Fall and Winter Bonnets, all color;
lioO Indies aud Uifaes Hrowu aud White I-cghorn
BliMimers, new styles;
600 Cheniel.Faucy Bugle, Marebeau, Plain and Flow
er Head Ureses:
5O0 Lalies' Dress Cmi; . -
ISO-J H-aes extra-ftua trench Flowers for Party and
Brnial appointments;
15O0 pieces Rich Winter Bonnet Ribbous, new style;
'M0 boxes While, K.wl aud colored Plumes.
Entbroideries,'
ftnch as Collars, Sleeves, Handkerchiefs, Setts, Bands,
M)IiiiK", tlimlreu'g Robes, Waist andOpea. A Urge
lot ol latent Skirts aud Corsets. Cloth Cloaks of ibe
most popular style Furs ia great quantity , ail the
way from tho Koeky Mouutaius.
Old Bouutta ruuorauxl and rotrimraed in No.
1 style.
at.gl tf ; MRS. POYIi.
Xolice of Dissolution.
ritHE coHirtnerhlp heretofore existing under the
X Urni stylo of WIIX1AMS CO., was this day dis
solved by 111 ul 11.. I omneut Jos Wiujahs auccueiling
I ihe busiuebs and iHHikso' Williams a Co.
Ail persons indebted to said Urut are requested to
cad and settlu without delay. augj-lm
SEW AUUAXCE3IENT.
Having succeeded to tho
business of Wiluams & Co., I
wilt , continue the general
Hardware business heretofore
conducted by them; but from
and after this 'date my sales
will be exclusively fur cash.
Being determined to adhere
strictly to this principle, the
prices of goods will be reduc
ed to a proper extent below
tlie credit prices heretofore '
charged, ami to all persons de
hiring to purchase anything in
iny line of business ior cash, I
will offer such inducements as
will make it to their interest
t trade with me,, I have on
hand a good stock'of Building
1 Hani ware . of t every kind, ,
Blacksmith' and Car pe liters' -
' TouU,' Table an j ; l'ucket" Out-
lery, (iuiw, Bitles, Pistols, ,
tfcc, all which, will be sold at t
reduced prices. . f ?;.
IF t UU WAST TfIX TOSTH OF TVCR MQKT
CALL OX f -
JOUX W.I Ii Ia 11 H .
( AI 04 eU SUm4 nf Xvkman JcJZ'itji
Ko. 1 Public Square, -
agS-dlm 1 KAMIUIJ JC, T0X .'
' ' 1 " IM. Mill
Notice to i Tanners. ;
We bare co.iAtaatly on land' aiij "for sale
GKEEN SALTED HIDES,
At K tt aVjnti Troat afreet,
Maabvllle, TBea.
' y
2 Vf
PALL&GTJMEiGliOl
- - Importers) and Jobbers' trt
Tabic Cutlep, -
Shot Guns, r. . - ? - T r
' Mechanics' Tools,
Pocket Cutlery, : ? .
.Saddlery Hardware, -
iiA.CS, VUilU5, ttHj
HAVE juet received and opened their Fall and Wt
ter Slock of
HARDWIRE MD CUTLERY,
Of every description, to which they invite the atten
tion of dealers" visit tf-this market. Their stock ht
large and we !r assorted, offering inducements to all
who desire a good selection of FUC3T HAXJJ KKI
on accommodating terms.
No. 47 Public Square.
aug2&-d trl-wt w-lra
Something
New and Nice
CAPITAL. EXCIIAaVGE.
CHEKEY nUETp 8KCOMO DOOR SOCTH Or CMON.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
HATING purchased the above stand from J. W.
Wallack. and refitted it in a neat and handsome
style, and replenished it with Uie best and purest Li
quors, we are uow prepared to 'mix up' on me sct
eutiUc' principle that which will suit the tastes of any
one. A share of public patronage is solicited.
aug2C-tf WM. KINNEY. A8cau-
FRESH ARRIVALS
At IV o. 21 Public Square.
ARE OPENING TO-DAY
T( ADIES' Fine Kid Slippers, (Large Bows);
A " " i heel flo.. " "
' " ' " Boots;
u ti Buskius;
" " Embroidered Velvet Slippers;
" . " PUiin " l'
" " " tasting "
Children's fine Kid Ankle Tics:
' " B00U.
A L. S O
Gents' fine Patent leather Congress Gaiters,
" " all Calf " "
augl9-tf gad SNYDER At FRIZZELL.
year 1858 by Eugene Dupuy, in tbe Clerks
DUPUY'S
KEW PESFBHIS,
Vnrurpnued in Fragrance,
Permanency,
And StainU in it ijcctXUnc
KISS-ME-QUICK
DUtilled from Fragrant Tulips.
IL DTJPTJY, CHEMISTt
609 Broadway.
For tbe Southern District of New York.
KISS-ME-OCICK IHiHAPB FOR THE HAIR.
KISS.MK.gCK K SAC11KL Ft lit THE Bt'REAU.
KISS-ME-WL'ICK SOAl' FOR THE TOILET.
A G KS1TS :
Cary, Howard Sanukr, New York.
ScHlhf KKlUM ItHOS. ft Co., '
Jaux T. Maxwkll, "
F.C. WKLWitCo., '
J. W. Nokcaohh .t Co., Boston and New York.
Sold everywhere
junel5-TrFr4ni
SWAX & CO.'S LOTTEUIES"
T R I U IrlPH ANT.
S V A ait CO.
Continue to Draw as Usual
Without Interruption !
s w A CO.'S
LOTTERIES ABE LEGAL, AND
AUTHORIZED BY THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
TffS LATE ATTEMPT TO JSJVRE .
OVU FIRM JiAS SlOW.V
THAT OCR LOTTERIES ARE DRA F.V FAIRLY i
THAT OIR PRIZES ARE PAW PVSCTCALLY ;
AXD THAI OCR SCHEMES
Are) More Li beral titan any other Lot
tery In the World !
THE following Scheme will bo drawn by S. Swak A
Co., Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, tc
eaeb of their Single Number Lotteries tur Skptkmukk
lS58,at AUtiCSl'A, Georgia, iu public, uuder the u
perinteudeuce of Coniiiiisiouers.
Class 31 draws Saturday, September 4, 1858.
Class 32 draws Saturday, September 11, 1858.
Class 33 draws Saturday, September 18, 1858.
Class 34 draws Saturday, September 25, 1858.
OX THE PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
50,000 Tickets!
5,485 Frizes. Nearly one Prize to every ivina
Tickets. -
MafjnlUccnl Scheme
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SA J CROAT IS SEPTEMBER.
1 Prize of 70,000 4 Prizes of 900
1 " " 30,000 4 " " K00
1 " " 10.000 4 " " 700
1 " 6,IKK) 4 000
I " 4,000 50 ". 600
1 " a.iKX) fto Mm
l " 1,500 100 " 1j6
4 " 1,000 &J0 ' " 1U0
AI'I'IIOYIMATION PHIZ ICS.
30,000 41
10.0O0
,ooo 44
4,000 "
s,oou
' 100
' 100
4 boo
4 600
4 4O0
4 Soo
4 200
.100,000
6,485 Priws amotinling to $320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves to; Quarters $2 50-
A Circular showing llio plan of the lotteries
will be sunt to any ou dextrous of receiving lk
. :-i 11
Certificates of Packages will be sold at tbefol
lowing rates, winch is tbe risk :
Certiticaurs uf Package of 10 Whole Tickets S0
" 10 Hair ,.40
. 44 10QuarUr so
44 .-.. 10 Eighth 44 10
IS O&DE&XXa TICKETS 0B CZSTTFICATE8.
Ijiclose Uie money to our address for Uie Tickets oi .
dered,on rocci't ol tiK h ttiejr ill be forwarded by
Orst mail, mrcoaaera can Have tivKets audiug la any
figure Uiry may designate.
The LM of urawa lumbers and macs will be sent
to purchnaers immediately after the drawiug.
mr r urcuast-rs wiu uleana write their sigoalures
plaiu, and sire tlieir foot Ottlce, county and Mate.
Mir HemoniDer iiiai every iTixe is drawn and tra-
Olo witnout aeuuciHin.
star AU pnxus of 61MM)and under, paid tmmllat-
ly alter the drawing oiiier prisoa at Uie usual time ol
thirty days.
Au eouimunicalmns strtcuy cnnndeutial.
Addrens Urders fur Ticarto or tVrUtkates lo
S. SWAN Ct. , AugusU, Ga.
atsr Persons residing near W.mtgoim-ry . Ala., or
AUuila, Jn.,cao bave their orders filled, and save
time, by addressing S. Swan Co. , at either of tbose
cities.
9 fA list of the numbers Uiat are drawn from tb
wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is
nllUod to, will be publlaned afur every drawing, ia
the following paM-r: Awrta ((fa .) Omttitutumal
iM, Kern OrUant OtUm, MJbiU Hrytr, VharletHm.
HUtmdnl, XatAnUe GaU, Atlanta JnUUifftcer, Kr.m
York oai.lt lJf iW, Sarawak Gevraian, Rick
wtand ll-fxrk, .NVw York lHifatrk, mnd PauUttng
(JVtst.) Oaim,mm4 LittU Rack Ark.) Inn Acatocroi.
aug-J-td
llvislncss Chansc
SUCCTEHINti J.C. Harden 111 lU lAimber trade,
I will continue tbo busiuena at the old ataad (No.
Ill Broadway) wuere I wui be pinaeod to saee all
the isurou ol my prettereaaer autt as saaay others
as may favor me wiUi a call.
I bare several Wilis cutting Poplar and Cedar
IAimber, besides a large supply of while and yellow
fine, thus enabling me to sell at manufacturer's
prtres.
Having parebased the btoks and aorouata of the
old Bros all who are avan of their indebtedness will
please coma forward and awttie by the ftrst of Hep.
tamber, or 1 will put Uimr accounts with an officer
fur coilectioa.
Having deirmiDd to adhere rigidly to tbe Cash
system, all ardors mast be accotnauied with the
money or be needed.
augio-tf ' - J. R. PARDr,V.
1S58. FaU and Winter. IS5S.
MORGAN fc CO., -
IwtptrUrt mad WkntemU Dmlert ut foreign A Dmnotie
Staple and fsnrf Dry Coodj aad aotMug,
Ko. 49 Pablie Square, H asliTille.
WK are nnw to reoeiit of our aaunrtOMBt of Fali
a ittm 1m bouoa, VABtcinH as BtcAmr.
Sam ('LnnnM, tsibnKUf ail the grades aud styles
of surU goods oually od red by ue, aad Cumpnauig
saay baaa ia which we have aot heretofore dnalf.
we rail toe aitfatmo of buyers rtcuUrly to our
FAM-'Y lTARTJJKNT, as M the svlerti of gooua
under that hed we bavo devutea anaxiat cae aad
at ten una. We are eaablnt W exhibit thai wuui a
btore elrgant dmjiiy cs sisa goods thaB m.tM maj
previous uocuuoa. . T , ;
Belie via? , titAl with our srurx sa i oar rwiraa, wa
can (Bduceerea the rltwal buyer of goods W deal sr:ia
us, we icriCe the uad lo close eiAmitxaUoa of bvUt.
i ili'K'JAS' 4 OU..
ugta-tvaorxw - ' " '' ' X. As public Saar .
-T-TT". W A 1VC1 IXS ....
MAT be 64 ia tbe p4'bao of avral Wo aero
ktunoth' lATUuvOi-eabd NshirUia tbstiroadoad
baiaUia Tart s.Ve, tlx aal half uutai frucs NaaSMrtue
st wHl!a a Ha !f mils of UiS rivaf. Tboae tuts aasj
re bad for taa h:f Ut paid lor other tut ,
about iS eam iw mora frK tuv .af ether roads.
Also fur hale, lot ia the ctly, W lligbl at , SoaU
of Urood. A"i,ly Id & . tiwealjr, Urfcad St.. aexl
dvor Iw Wtuo tioaso. - ,. aio-tw
Itnrktvhestlt OtiestleMM
JrBT rim), 930 bags ektra-bullod rVttMlvula
sMckwbeat.. la store aad for ai by
vt. v x izr.AD
4 " aoo " "
4 " ' 0 " ' , "
4 " " l 'J5 " "
4 " 44 loO 44
4 75 tt
4 50 44 44
6,000 44 , " UOare
' . are now in recipt of onr Fall Stock of
HARDWARE, ;GUfS ASD CUTLER
Tho Largest and Best Assorted eTer.ff.-nd to the Nnrillc Trn.7eco,nrriiv
ing EVER, article uaui.lly to l FOUND, fn a HARDWARE HOUSE. The STOCK?
King unusually lare and WISHING to KLKUCE tbe same, we now of-
fenng - 1 .
All Goods at Reduced Prices for CASH,
AND TO ALLTR0MPT PAYING RESPONSIBLE PARTIES WE ARE OFFERING :
' , EIIiERAL PRICES' ON THE USUAL TBfEL -
r ; ; : : M'CALL VANLEER & ; CO;; '
Sign of tits Big Padlock.
No. 44 SO UTII MARKET ST., IVJEAIi ' THE SQ UAR&
tu28-2ra ' ' X ASUVllAliK,. TKXXESSEE.
OUR
Vtofosional Cartn.-
DR. D. F. .WRIGHT,
Late of Memphia, .
TTATIXQ removed to Nashville, oDV rs his prefes-"
jlx sionai sen-ices to its citisens. utnee aud resi
dence in Shelby Medical College, corner of Broad and
me su-t-eui. augj-Srrr
TH0S. T. SMILEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will practice his profession in tbe Courts of Da
vidson county.
Orrica So. 11, In CapU Williams' Building, Cherry St.,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
jyl-6m
1311. JOHN W. MORTON,
Residence, Cor College and Watting' Avenne,
(F0KMKR1.T IJNS KTTUjrrJ
Office No. 63 North Cherry Street.
jauJT tf
NEW FALL AXD WINTER
DRY GOODS
.V T Y UOli 1 S A Ia 1a .
WE are now receiving a desirable stock of Staple
uud Fancy Dry Goods, Varieties, Ac, and ibe
entire stock will lie to baud by tbe 1st or SeiUtnbT,
to which we invite the attoiition of Merchants btiyiiiK
in ttjit market. Iudur.enH-ul will be oQered to Cash
and prompt time buyers.
A full supply on hand of tlie celebrated Dufour's
Anchor brand MOLTING CLOTHS, all numbers, from
No. 1 to 11. l a T. D. HTK,
So. 1 Public Square, near Wire Bruise,
augliUti iwaw Nasbvilie, Tenn.
FRESH STOCK.
JUST received to-day, per Adams's ExprosH, a spU n
did abnorliiiout of
Fine Navv Ties,
A new stvle.
AU, PKRHY TIES,
Block, liib, and Fancy
Bvaulort.
Allort,
IeJoiuvilK, and
Nap.leou Ties.
Pcarfs and Cravats.
lihle Thread Shirts.
Crosg Plait Bosom Sliiris. Diagotiul I'Liit SliirU
CN'DKRW'KAR, of evprv description.
Kll GLOVI-i Alexander's best.
Every btlo and s.zn, of the liuebt texture, just re
ceived to-dav aud for sale l
sepl-'f J. II. IMIIU.
A. C.& A. B. BEECH,
AKE SOW OPENING HAU.Y AT TIIEIK NEW STORE,
No. 57 College Street. -
THEIR Fall and Winter Stock of Iry Goods, consis
ting of the latent Ktyles ol' Silks, and Traveliu)?
iJrrsxi K, (;nkIm, etc. Ijtdies', Mioses' aud Chfl lren's
SKv l Expausiou M.irli-, togellier with a well selected
stock or
Maple and Fancy Goods
tteui rally. Notions, ete.
Also, a large lot uf Matin de Iines and Lace Cnr
tiins, I'urpa'ts and Oil Cloths of various styles and
qualiliuit, all of which We are o.TVrinff al very short
prolils to canb dealers or U puuorual customers on
time. ... atigltf-tf
NEW FAI.1. AND WINTElt
GOODS..
npiIE sulKtcriber is now receiving his stock of Fall
X aud n inter Goods, or all the d liferent styles, so
let-tod with ft real care in New York. He Invites the
attention of bis customers and the public peuuraliy
to call and examine. tAM. I'RUTIITT,
ainTJb-lm sous 64 College st.
R. S. H0LLINS & CO.,
WttOUDULS MUUXS U
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Carpet Bags, dc, &c, .
No. 4 Xasliville Inn Block,
Nortb-eaet Corner-of Public Square,
XasliviWe, ; Tennessee,
AI'.E now in receipt of their Fall Stock, which Is
large aud complete, to w hwh they most respect
fully ull the alleuuoa of Idarcliauts buying iu this
market. aug'27-lm
Nashville, August 12th, 1858.
"ITE, the undersigned, receivers, storers and seller
V of Cotton, bave agreed upou the following scale
of charges, vis :
Receiving and Weighing. 26 cents per Bale.
Receiving, Weighing ami storage, lor two months
or less, 60 cents per bale.
For each additional month or fraction of a month,
12 cnu per bale.
For selling, readrrlug account of sales, tc. , SS rents
per bale.
1'urv hawing with fund in band, 60 rents per bale.
Tbe above charge will b Mrictlv adhrei tola ev
ery Instance. FIHIEtt, WHtLtei It CU
A. HAMILTON'
J. A. MrAU.-TKR k CO.
JUHNlN, WfcAVHK CO
augl2-watriw3m utv
PRATT, OAKLEY & CO
LATE FARMER, BRACK A CO.,
PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS k STATIO.XERS,
Ko. 21 Murray Street,
SEW' YOHK.
PO. k f., offer at low price, for cash, aad libera'
terms for approved credit, a large stuck of
HANK. AND OFFICII KTATIOKEBT,
PLAXK A.VD ACCOCXT BOOK,
RECEIPT AND MEMORANDUM HOOKS,
PA.PES OF ALL XUTDS.
CA Rns, CIRCCLA MS, HILL HEA PS. e.. 1
PRlXTtSO AAV UTHlMJHAfHl.Sli, WU
BiBum, uvcai-stocs and ; f .
SCHOOL BOOKS.
.0 ;
T. O. CO. Pabllsh bolhous' series of Grammars.
Cncnstock's aenea on tbe ScR-nrea; Honker's ItiysMdo
gms; Hruckiesby's Aatruoolines; tHney 's Ueograpby,
newly revised ; Southern Class Headers; I'alntrr's
Vttok. 6ie(mg; aad Um 4cbeapnst aad best" rtlUug
Book aver used. eli-m.
Tiinni: cas he had at.
R. D. BLUM'S
Fbin k Ornamr ntal EsaTLc; Eitablia&mrnt
SEALS for XUa, 1. O. O. T., Pwui of Tetarrasoa,
N.aarMW fablw, lawurwaoe. aUiiruad aad Maak
rja4CtkCuwrta.iHaW,a. A, AtoasabuaU,
rustdbce MaaiM. W Stamps Kagrwvsd ta order fur
lttackSBtilbs aad raiverssBMBSi, as fact for all those Ma
'afacuurers wba auy wstb 10 atasap tbeir aatnea aad
adUruaa apuei tbaa wt. - Tbswa atasapa are warrant
d W staaaa aiver,d. Brass, Iron aad aatetaerwd
wMJxeut tbe sligtusn buorjr a tas ssasap tUaif.
Heuc J of all kluus suad lo order. Jewwtry snadc
sad repaired.' . U. biXH.
lvd street, t dear frees lha P,uljc&riiAr.,op
Ba.te the tU-oublaaa Hannsw taBasj -aH.ta-dlaAn
....- . j.
r
rt'aabrllle and ill cm phi United
States riiail Line.
THK tsa tow watar naassar ai airw?'t -.
UXA. J so. S. DaaansiA. ' VJ
kVw.etuUn lb a ear evary mi ,, mm
WON niy wa4 rhlHAT.al li s'eUii al., carrymj
las I'sttad Btatas Uall to aad from Xli Ula, -ilk.
Ir.j at Pa i'Kb wrth rt J!r paatva aa J mtl ".?."
1 or SdiMEa lUnt.
GREAT SALE
REAL ESTATE,
Stork, Blood Horses, Brood Mores and Colts,
Farming Tools, Corn. Fodder, Ury, OaU, tft, -On
Brown1! Creel and Franklin Turnpike road
FOR SALE.
' - ""p" ""''" " crra oi mat solendid tract
iri m -v ru v bVlolu5 lu te of NATHAN.
- , - ,..u.uiBuu uow uie trank-
bn Turnpike roads, about three miles from Nasb-
VamVSlT-i:'!-!---.
: i Mier anu outers. Tbeee
lands have been divided into lots vary ins; in sise from
eight to fifteen .. res each. About one third of U
land la heavily timbered with beautiful fortl trees
the balance cleared aud in a high stale of cultivat
. iruir uu supplied Wlfn
au al.uu.lance of never-failing waur.
, . . . mest? uuius will compare favor,
ably w,U, the best U,,ds m al.ddui Teunestol-Jy
l.o well, have a dark loose .ltimbered witb iSu-pu-
tree, t alnut. Poplar, Asb, WUd Cherry Hickorv
Box-elder and Black Uwust. ""rry, na-korj ,
To pers.,ns wishii.ij choice places, hi a Bhh1 neish-
. : , """' i w in oner Uie ureal
est inducements. B
Tller lra t lirit. t,A...;r..t , .,
k . ; 4 7r J - uuiiuui sues i ron tins on
Uie middle rauklin turnpike road , and three spleu
did sites, covered w.lli beauufnl forest tre,., froibn
an, M t wide, (extending from one turn
. , wiBiimg rnoice Gardenimr
a ids near the cty should aueud this sale without
tall. flr thtAtt riim,.i., , . lass.Mf,
lands in the State. 1
TaitiiM A rr..i;i r.r l o .
" . ' " years, wiuiout uter-
est.will be (riven; notes payable m Bank with ap
proved socunty required,. ud deeds given relaTnmK
w-.j ,,t n.i.g m ujk.-iuIjI Oi 111 Dep
cent per annum made for cash payments.
. ALSO
At tll Wim tirns stiiil .).. ii ..
fsM-if i.r v v i " v win cm soia in mure
. ' ' mjiui, sirefl ny tne rr
. , 1 auauiau Uilta: one iir of
, , . . , """" " oewu ui uuitie, ineludmir
several Ro.nl Milch Cow,; loo bead of ll..-a lot ,5
Sh;, p; 80U barrels Corn;'l5.i loS gId IlaVVlu
and t-oddor; larm.ng Uu-nsils; one Lcgy.UuutmB
Wacom, aud 4 setts of llarn... i... """""a
Terms ol rierishalil.i -... '
of Sale. i uiaue known on da
Persons w t h i n r. t a .. .n . . .
erty w. please call on . N. McNairy , Ksu.'on'uiis
1 Z . ' Wke in showing the same.
Nile In ciimmi-iini m la ..-.i.l. . , . ..
Ufual. KAVCr.VKu.r.in wwas
t. R fl!Asoo-K, Ijuid Auctioneer,
i apt. Hutu, Mock Auctioneer.
au.-'i4-tt 14a
To Exchange or Sale.
a- T n-n v v ...
A bve cUie." r
- ... . ,,j tuo next a gtrl
lwand st mi nnun f. t... i..r..
, , " ', win dc sola r ex-
changed fo, other Negroes to someone living Iu The
SSV, V.'.'" i1 wal,w thvm tuT lrown 5so, .ud
uot for SM-cuUliou. Appjyto .
"t;'1-,' WILL. L. DOTD.
FOR SAT TV
WoFth of Most Valuable Keal Estate.
1 ti,mZt Z, reasonable u-rtus some of
tl... n?.? lirable city proja-rty ever offered in
Uie laeih JTrfcif M'Krors.at
""y1 WIU. I. flOVP. Ja.
-'11 ARK CIIAACJ2.
1 HAVE a So. I Blackstu.th, M years old, and of
good character, for sale. A ln, several other l.ke
Coal Stock for Sale.
WE ) 1SS Shares Huntsville Dial Mining Florfc
T r we wlsb. to sell or exchange for likely young
Negroes or city property. ' ' '
aur4-tf H. H. HAV.VB3 h CO.
Wanted.
WE wfc-h to bire a negro woman that can wash
and iron well, and will ia th i,ii.h..t .
given. - '
jyaa tf. II. H. HAYKE3 k CO.
lYegroes for Sale. -
-. - . ....... av ar sj )WI Old.
Sevoral younir wooifn with one child ttcb 4 or i
ITOod llfuiiaw Cirlu 1st 'Ml w ..I .a . . .
7 , , --,ww viu. wen quaiialt
CUil be hlirhlv rM-jimmM.I4 - r..-.
- J mm -f wmt p,xiM Vf UCDUJT if
years oi l ; good Cooks, A or 8 men from 26 e 40
VAara .1.1 ti . ... ....... .
ti. ii. miiM Si .l
aug-iA-tf
lixira i nance.
AU offerkig for aale tbat beautiful Ilu.e aad Lot.
(oxiw in course of erection.) (routing 60 feet aad ra'n
Biug back 181 rt n. .1.. . ZT '
- . - .m. vmnvM prop-
erty in the city lor sale. Also, two Mors Houses on
Market street near tynog st. Aptly to
, - , 1U. Lt. BOYD,
J?1-" Xa. bo Cherry sir est.
Fifty IVeirroes for Sal.
A 1I0KG the Lt mm I.... I - j 1- ltL
1 m ' - r uniiif., w w
A A. or three votin . tt'imu.. ih i..ia . -
House Boys, t boys rrum .18 to tt, good iHnuig-ruota
flervauu, w ith a flood (utot (told hands, men aad girls,
and a gi.nl ishtckauulb and rtarbr.
xpr-- h. Id. HAYXES k CO. -
Jacks. Jennets and Cattle
FOIL SALPa.
IHAYXZ tor nt oo my pUtiiAtjua, la Jjickaoo oonn
IV t'lttds) J SLT- kr at rsNraaaa, as IS a
pwn awv. mm intliua aA sa 7I tAtaTwj a9Q
neu mtkd forty UcmiX uf Cul. Kor further parucaUr
anula- S ,v Ik. . .
sisw I Ka - irtm ISA a j a..a.. .
Bajrer and IIors45 for Sale.
and aimo a ..i.t.1 H.w VAAXss
which wdi ba Bold W .half cab, tbe balance oa six
months' tunc, or DarUcuuuw enquire nf
Ja-tf K. &. Agent.
. ? For J tent.
TI!EJlrab!ertfHltac,So. 21 Auth fiprwoe atreeA.
A lease cau be bad, hi a good tenant. Also, soma
oew furniture, at IU aurtb. Apply at tbw edtca or U)
kunxjrr cltt-os',
aaf 1 l-cr ua the prwais
FOR ltCVT.
NEAT aud couuurtabie dwailiu. ail ui tail junt
oejrtd Ui Nastivilia aad laUaoonga HailXvta I
lilMlC 1. IImim.'. AAl-.
1, waa a gud cauera ut '
'HEX?
every cooveaioaca am nry to rwadar a a aVwrabla J ' '
rcshieuea. Ailiy to W. U rTiTH.it..
ausiwr No. 6uc awry st. ;
' FOR KKXT . -
THAT rLIXi ANT sruIX-HoCsMC, No. Tl east ki4a
iMblK ttuarr, luriuuriy aocupted by Lyou si
ijB. I'
i mtaaaqiuiiy. AffXr t'l
jy
liKA-,u.U. acWRUtrtR k CO.
li. n. i.Li.vscociw,
luetloneer and Geaeral igenl,
.. ... tVR TUB SALE OF
REAL ESTATE, XEROIBUISE, .MCROES,
Fmrnltore, VclilcJea, stock, Ac,
rritctUar aiUAltum, ta Sxc jf C ty ur (Xuitlrg
' "... i1raaravr . , j .
J a'l 3 i alaa au.-al to Ua Coiiax-rla of Aocoi ts
Svrm, Ac, sa Uua ar way id tbe aslklmi tucnus
tdic, XYmtruA fdwe Uaiasnn ttooss, a tuero orders oaa
be left ia say abaaaoa. t - - wK "
JEST OAT ETERT FA!IVVATS, "
A 6O00 cbeap bVug Uu.tlua. liiea ttly 9.1 '
ta Ttea M wauie. tCf iS kaoira ta
sseura tbeet a place tn aUu i.y (.ony.' Jtap-
wlia yaaatust sovaxa.ua aad uae tuxes; Ibera
.'oraatl wa waut guud tho. .-aauif M u bines r
uutTRba for tas aaiaof a ISvUletan &
aytuostd 1'smily brwlag .Uavfcla,
ill wum cad aa Um a utaraufuad, w au at sum agwut
r M.ddia aad West Tuaacawa. Kuoeas vor J. It.
'' . tua.a saora, Caaai awxat, bvtaeca Uitlrge
tad (."berry irvu.
y. B 1 arucuiar aUettum aatd ta r'-ruig all
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