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JsTAS H :YI L L E:
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vTDflESBAi HORNIHa. SEPT. 8, 185
- X0T1CE TO CITY SLWRIBEUS.
"Wishing to confine out business at near -fa
possible to the CASH SYSTEM, -we have dot r
mined hereafter to collect our aubecriptttroa,
within the city, QTJASTE2XT. To carry lilts
daterminatioa into effect, we have placed owr
whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILIta'at
GILL, who will make the collections, and site
attend to the delivery of the Papere, and ate
that subscriber are senred punetualty,
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
all patties. Those who may desire toWt them
selTea tho necessity d making four payments
' during the year, can, if they prefer it, pay ia
' advance for the whole year.
A New Hotel. We ao-ualic-ia.; import
ant question mooted : "ShfUl-!-; have a new
first claw hotel in ia.hv ill ?'"' "VV'e are glad
to hear It, and hcipe thiU-H not be allowed
to rrt uutil the work isa-icorr.pli-bt'd. . Thtre
"i no:ty in tlie -UoionMer equal buHintss and
pfipiilalion.-liiT-j -ttrere in not one or more
IioU'Ih of a ftyl; anfi rnagniflcence suiti 1 to
the wants, of cucli a point That sucb an one
i in-cdr-d Lem, U bejoud all question or
cavil. Tli iuclrai-c of travel and trade, and
tiie general .p'ogritw of the country unite in
fl mntHHnjr. additional hotel accommodation,
and thow; of a kind that will in all resjxete-natL-fy
the demand. A company or com--funic
Lave long f-ince been charb red, nd
jiothing remain but to obtain the required
rtock and proceed to the work. And wnce it
is both a matter of public interest and
or public necessity, there U every reason
"why it fhouM be done, and none w hy it should
not )e. Merchants, mechanic, manufacturer
and ciii.-.-u of leisure are all interested to
pome extent in the enterprise, and they should
unite, ad in a common cause, to prosecute it
to a Micc-fsful termination. AVe urge upon
the company or pvrnwu who have it iu hand
to jro forward nt once. We fear that there
lias heretofore been too much of a division of
feniiment as to a proper location, among
thoi-e who have beeu mu-t auxioua for the
woi-k. Let tlii be determined on the score
of eligibility and convenience, without any
regard to who may or nmy not be lieneiitted.
Let the t-toek I? subscribed, and then let an
intelligent directory make the location
with an eye single to the success of the
Hotel. Let the work be immidiately com
uenC'.'d. (1 heat Salic ok Kkai. Hi-tatk. We desire
1o call e.-p'eial attention to the aaL' of the
JUtNairy Istml, which taket place on Thurs
day, the 1 6th Inst. Among tho many fial.'H of
real estate that have lx-eu made m and near
Nashville Tor several yuars, we hardly think
there has b :en on otlVriu; advantages such
as thi. These lands lie Imtween down's
creek and the Franklin Turnpike, and are
about three miles from the city. They are
4ivid"d into lots of from eihl to fifteen aeres.
tire well watered, and a law proportion
heavily timbered with a manifhtviit forest
growth. Tor rural hom s, so d -siral-le to the
business men of the city, they are most ad
mirably rxi.ijit. !. Tin; terms of the sale are
easy, ami any one who really d -sires to ob
tain a homestead, that will 1m- a perpetual and
s,juiet asylum from the dust, ami turmoil and
business futi-ue of the city, will never have
m Te favoraMe opportunity presented for
Thk State Faiu. The annual Fair of the
State Agricultural Ibireau will be ht Id at the
Fair ir unrls, near this c'ny. next month,
commencing on the 11th and ending on the
Kith. Addressee are to be deli vend by Gov.
Hakris and IIou. A. V. liitowx. The pre
miums offen d arelilx rul.and all the arrangi
tnent t-uch as ought to wen re the hihobt
micct-H-. We shall, from time to time, be
tween this ami the opening day. have some
thing to say, in regard to the Fair, hoping
that we may do a little at least, towards
arousing the farmer, mechanics, and manu
facturers of the State, to the importance of
competing for the premiums.
T. .t W. Eakin & Co., one of our
leading wholesale houses amongst the first
to t-how tLcir faith in Nashville as a market
Lave received an unusually fine stock of goods
for this season, and are daily making heavy
aales. Their assortment is as complete as
can be lound anywhere, aud their terms
jjr-CT Prof. F. L. IKle. the distinguished
lecturer on IJiology. is in this city. We are
indebted to Mm for late San Antonio. Texas,
papers, lie is dinct fr in that place; und
Speaks iu the wannest tcrai of admiration of
SoiTUKllN Ka.K A.t T.ANK OF AMKIUCA.
Ve will receive the not( s. of t ithe r of the
alKivc Hanks ut jmr for sulcriptious to the
Z&r Col. L. A. WniTti.KV. late one of the
editors of tho Louisville Journal, has b come
the editor of the IJaltiiuoie L'tij'jr.
Mi:. John Dkkw. From a private U tter re-C-ived
in this city we 1 am that Mr. John
Drew will be among the tailiest of Mr.
Crisp'a novelties at the Gaiety. We are glad
to bear it. as he is g-nerally consid'Ted the
ablest delineator of the Irish character. In all
its phases, npou the stage. The rress of St.
Louis were profuse iu their praise, and the
following is from one of our Cincinnati Ex
changes: Wood's Theatre. John Drew opened hst
night to an excellent house, and was most
cordially welcomed to the scone of his former
triumphs. Mr. Drew is so natural and gen
uine in his style, and differs so materially
from the stereotyped Irish cone diau of late
days, that everybody appears to be in raj
tures with him. li s merits consist ia his cx-
f uberatsce or animal spirits, ins fjreal earnest-
I Hess, and the hearliaess with which he plays
A everything. He is jo ial and jolly, dahe olf
his jokes with a rich lirouj and a sunny
f smile, that affect with their .tresistibie humor
-J .11 ,h-.( l.-iir I hem. He is. uioi-eover. m i
-tist of the ln-st school, and invests all his
Characters with i.idividu.tl features l fiat
widely distinguish them oue from another.
V To night be appears us "O'Brien, the Ir.sh
I Emigrant," a part that be ha made entirely
bis own, blending in tins persouation tun
with pathos, in bis original and peculiar style
the performance c 'Deluding u ith the com
edy of bis Lat ly, w.iu Joint Drew us
O'Callabao." . Tbi.- is a grc-t bill ad mnt
Acction Salk ok Jewei.kv, M., on- Co
iJctiE Street, will be renewt d on Thursday
i morning, at 9 o'clock, and continue until the
i f whole stock is sold ouL Articles to be re
Ij tailed, and pale In all cass for cash. Bring
t your purs with yMi.
K. R. !LASCOCK, A;;ct'r.
NASHVILLE, S pt. K l.S.)8.
The treat Ailautlc Cable.
A enblime idea an iron arm which reache
from one side of the ocean to the other, just
2 .C ,V - . t C O ..
111 mc sujc waj iu iuc juiiivu ui iu ui o. oniJi
& Co. etretcnes fium one end of tins u nion to
the other. The one gives news of general im
portance, namely, that if we end to those
gentlemen at August. Georgia, ten, five or
two and a half dollars, they will give us a
whole, half or quarter ticket, which may teal
zs ua from tweuty to seventy thoataod dol
ars, in one of their siugla number lotteries,
yhich draw every Saturday. ! ( " -
1 fST- For fine Pocket and Tabl Cutlerj
all on M'jCall, Vaxlkkb 4 Co. , . -
; nxar26-tf - ' " '
pUfcTOX, jtLIIIIlGHT Sc CO.,
H'lioleK& and Retail : Clothinj - Honse,"
? : li Cedar ttreet, Nashville, Term. .
..'We take this method of informing the refei
deuts and eojourners of Nastiville,' that our
plot of Fall and Wcteb Clothixg ia now
ooMplete, and we are receiving all the New
S&e from the Eastern 'markets, embracing
wery variety of Gentlemen Ajrpard, which we
are offering at vebt low katks fob Cash t,1
Oor stock is kept complete as hetetofore,
by constant purchases made by a member of
the firm, rehdatt of I'hiladdpiwi, whose long a-'
periatce and grtnt fimlUies, afford every advan
tage for the sekction of choice Goods. Our
aim ia to give our patrons as good a variety
of Faxhiimahh Gaud to select from as any uUier
City in the Union, and we respectfully solicit a
call from buyers, for an opportunity to con
vince them that the Largttt and Bat Stock of
Goods, ever opened in Nashville, is at No. 15
Cedar street. Please call and examine.
Cmfto.v, Albright & Co.
P. S. We are the only Agents in Nashville
for Thouiaa D. Delano & Co.'s celebrated Lire
Pke8kkvek.s, which are so adjusted in the lin-'
ing of the Vest as to be of no more inconve
nience than the ordinary wadding. It has
only to be seen to be admired. Their hither
to rapid sale ia the best assurance of their
The maxims of the wisest men are to pre
serve the bxly in perfect health, not to wait
for the development of dicease. "Be wise in
time;" check and guard against the first ap
proach. Keep the stomach and blood healthy
aud puret aud the plagues of a poisoiued at
mosphere fall harmless. The only remedy
that will thoroughly purify the blood, aud at
the same time strengths and invigorate the
system, is McLean's Strkxgthexixo Cordial
and Llooo Putin ek. Try it, and you will
be convinced. See advertisement.
The ee-..iil annual course of Lectures for tlio bene
fit of liie Kiiliorlseu Asaociation. will cmninnnen the
(Irs Tliui-silay ia October, a id cout'nuo every suc
ceeding Thursday until concluded. Tlio vaeancy will
be B.in(iiied ut an early day. Tlie Lccturn Room ami
p!m e of procuring tickets w ill be announced at tlio
jrop r time. Tlie following geutleuiea have consent
ed to lecture, viz:
lnt Umv. C. n. Elliott, N'nsliville, Oct. "tb.
2(1 John HriKlit, Eo.i-, Kuyettevilie, Oct 14th.
3d. Hon. Henry S. I'ooie, Memphis, Oct. 2lBt.
4th. Rev. Pr. yuintanl, Xasliville, Oct. iSth.
5ih. Hon. X. S. Brown, XaiiUville, Xov. 4ih.
Cth. Xov. lllb.
7lli. KU. Cooper, hlielhyville, Nov. ISth.
Sill J. C. Iluich, Ks'., C'huttatiooga.Xov. 21st.
septO R. VV. MeliAVOCK, president.
Kites ami Stimjsok Ixsects. As a remedy
against the bites and stings of insects, and of
all poisonous rejitiles. the only reliable arti
cle yet invented is Dr. Ukaog's Auctic Lixi
mext. Such are its jienetratingand disinfect
ing properties, that, no matter how virulent
may be the poison from tlie bite or sting, this
Liniment at once reaches the seat of venom,
however deep, and neutralizes and extracts
it. With J!rap;g's Arctic Liniment at hand
the like of a rattlesnake is as harmless as that
of a gnat. It also overcomes llie virus from
the bite of a mud dog. This admirable Lini
ment is al.-o infallible in curing all those dis
eases of men and nuimals here a Liniment
is the pr p'-r iv m dy, and is not equaled by
aTiy M-ch article cvt r invented. It is likewise
inf.illitile in d-.stroyiiig the screw-worm, to
which cattle are peculiarly liable in southern
For sale in Nashville, Tetin , by Bekbv tt
An agent wanted in every town and village.
Application should be made to Bragg & Bur-rowt-s,
St. Louis. Mo., and Miust always be ac
companied by good reference.
KNIVES FOR TUB M lLI.ION. JoHN WlLLIAMS,
at his Cash Hardware Store, lias now in store
a good assortment of all kinds of Pocket
Knives of Rogers, Woftciiholui aud other
makers. He is selling a good Congress knife,
of Wosti nholin's manufacture, at $1 00 each,
and others iu proportion. ' t oug2ti
Ureal J!ar-nlu at INo, 22 l'ublic
We will offer our entire block of gotsls at
cost, for cash only, for a few days to make
room for our Fall Stock. Now is the time for
everybody to get cheap goods. Call soon or
you will miss the chance.
jy27. I. C. NICHOLSON A CO.
Ilatn, ICoaclient, IIuk, luntecta, &.C.
What the J'tij'le iy :
Cave, III.. June 21t, 1Hj7.
Dear Sir: My brother, J. W. McCkeekv.
P. M., purchased a box of your Mat Lxteruiin
ator, uiui found U to be what you recommend
it to be, a p.rf ct Itat destroyer. I herewith
enclose $5 for more of it.
Yoms, ttc., Asui.et McCkeehy.
Jf Sjc "Costar's" advertisement iu an
The reiiuonuei' l ii aiurk yt ricil l'aris Uoonetsnud
Miilmery tiooilsnt Hot Ni-w York EuiM.riuiu,3-L'liiou
street, u ill lin sol I itum this iiiontli at a great cacri
liee, itlioi t regard to curl or oliiur couuitiorHtiou.
Kxctiaiiiru lUinh, Murfreiwlioru', and Citizens' Hank,
Meinpliis, Uikuu at '.ft cents on the dollar.
aiiKU-tr MRS. rxiYLE
aw- We arc auttioriaed U auuounce W. IL 1I0RX,
a.s a caudioiiU for Mayor al tlie euuili election.
C j We are autltorixed to announce S. C. UOIV.
MlAl.l. us a t-audiiiatu lor iliyor of tlie city at the
api oachiug clecliun. aeptl-te
jf.f tVg are auilioiizvd tu annouu e TlloS. J.
11A11.K, us a caudidalu lor Mayor of tin city a
the cusuiu luuuicipal election. au(;19-te
i ott Ai.o:u.nA..
We are auihonied iu anuouuee Dr. A. A.
HATXHKK as a caiidulaU) for Alderman in tlie Sib
Ward, at llic elisu.ng Uel.on. epl4-Ul
MJ- W are amliirii-d t announce 8. X. HoL
UNc.s'iVoH'lH a a canttuluu- for Al lei-tnau in tbe UU
(i- We are aullioriioti to auuounce JOHN A.
Kls-IO.R a a candidal fur Al u rnmu in the tiih Ward,
al tiie rusieuf ejection. aiiH--W
We areaolimrtzcd loauuounee J AMK- M. II AM
ILToN u a caudiUitrt fur Alderiuau ill the 4tb Ward,
at lUe enxiinit rU-ction. aucT-te '
Tj We are author. iu-d to aeuoiiueo AN 0X
as a candidate tor Aideluuu ti tUe Mb Waj d. '
- W'e arc a itii.T.i d t.. i:uuucj ISAAC I'Al L
as a candidate for Alderiuau in liiu lull Waul, al Ilia
CDauinc eiet liou. arpli-to
We are auiliorno.t to aniiouiic IUA t. JONM
aa 4 candidate toe t'o. n.c.ui.au iu tiie titii Want, al tiie
eoaulug cievCou. n rlC-to
j f We are authorised tn armounce OAYIO H.
WAKK aa a candidate tor CouuclmaB U the 4tb Ward,
at Uw eaouins elecla-n. 'I1'.'-Ic
f We are mit;mr"i o announce J. V, tlli.KUT
a a e tudi tat" I'-r I o i.icdUM.i iu the fwl Ward al
Ue eliauloa vied am. . jil'-to
Uo are autiuH-ix-'d t .aounce J. C. t'alt lV
aa a eatidl'lalu ! I outic.iiu-a la li-.u 6U H'lN.U liw
eaautu UmUi. ' aujiS-w
if We are authoruvtl to auaounre JOHN W.
CuLLMAN a a canduuiu fur CwaDcilntaa iu the SnJ
3j- We are auttioriard to aammuce C. H. COVtiER
a caadMlaie fur Cutiactlaiaa In toe Sth Ward, a tbe
euauug elortioo. ausia-U
a gr tte ate auLUonaeJ o agouti ma K- C liUANS
FOKU, a a caaUttlate (or Counrdmoii in itw 6U Ward.
If We are auluoriaed to anaixanca W. R. PtMl'M
liRA.NE aa raadiOaM rr Cfeauciitaaa ia Uw Kecuod
Ward.atlba aautuf atecUou. : , atm-Ui
a Ar- W are autbwrti j4 o anoovnea C. . H. MAR
TIN aa a candid, .to for Cwaaciuuan ia the th Ward al
ib euauin j election. " uilla
GODEY't! IJIPira UKK for Septrmhar, jum r
ceir4a IWfeatc by ' ,
Ul-U aao tXUElXi W. tStlTHJ
" Rock City Mills. .1'
JT. K. IIAIT.TIAN Ac Co., Froprlelors. ,
FK. BA-CUAX & CO., Manuraetiirera of ROCK CITY
KLOL'K, will r lira highest price at all tanea.
for Whent aud Corn, at Uieir Mills, corner of Line asu
Cherry streets, Xahville, Tenn. -s -
From and alter this dale, until fuither notice thai
price 01 '
Eltra Family Hour.. $2 60
Fine Flour .....2 00
Uti bolted... i.:..... 2 60
Middlings., .....f.. a 24
Shorts .". . 75
Fine Bran 60
Mixed P.ran... ........ M
Coarse Bran.... 40
Corn Meal 00c V bualiel.
All articles sold by the undersigned deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge. When selling by
the quantity, tlicir rate of discount is 10 per cent from
retail prices. - - . J. E. BALM AN & CO.
)r26 ly. '
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IVotliluz else dor me any Good.
Laxcairnni C. H., S. C. , May, 1856.
Dr. C. M. Jackmm, PkiladelpkiaiDtar Hirsl
have been nlHicted with rysiepsia for a number of
years, and until three years since I could Bud nothing
which would afford me relief. Fortunately, for mo, I
beard of Dr. iloouand's German Bitters, ad thought
I would try them, not however, with much faith that
I should be benefitted by their use.
To my surprise I found that on takrrg a few doses I
was relieved of the pain in my side and chett, my ap
petite became good, I gained strength, and in fact felt
stronger and in better health than I had fur a long
time. . I do not allow myself to tie out of the Bitters,
If I can obtain them, for ntfhing tUe due me any gtiod.
I am willing at all times and ready In slate my Case to
any one who may wish to know tlie full particulars,
and Khali with pleasure recommend them to oil who
may be alllicled with Iy?pepfia or Liver Complaint,
for I believe if any thing will give them relief they
will bo relieved by Hoofland's German Bitters. Ma
ny persons iu tliw district have used the Hitlers with
beneflcial results, and I have no doubt you could get
a number of corlilicatea were you to ask them, for to
my certain knowledge quite a number have been very
much beneliilud by the use of your medicine.
I almost forgot to mention that my daughter, about
six years of age, was cured of Jaundico by IlooQ ind's
German Hitters. I think best to mention his, as I
have never known them used ia any other case of
the kind. Respectfully yours,
A. ILALfcS, Silversmith.
Witnets, J. V. fii.Kxv.
For sale ut the Principal Oftlce, 418 Arch Et. , I'liila
delhia,and arc sdd by Urui-'isl? and store keepers
in every town and village in the t'uited Uilet , Cana
das. West Indies, find South America, at 75 cunts per
bottle. !ee that the signature of C. M. Jackson is on
the wrapper of each bottle. sepl-lm
JJAMv OF C03I3IEUC1:.
Mamiivilie, Tk.vx., August "1st, 1-5S
Tliis Hank has removed to the corner opposite the
Planters' Hank, iu tho old Union Bank building. The
building formerly occupied by the liauk of Commerce
is f r ltent on favorable terms. Apply soou, if you
want it. to
uugua tf J NO. P. JAilEd.
We have jutt learned that McLeax?s
Stkk.v;thkn'nu Cokiual will cure the various
diseases prevalent among Children. It is ne
eetary every parent t-hould keep a supply on
hand, and when requ'rid give as directed,
Try it it is pleasant to lake. See advertise
ment iu another column. aug'Jt
UK. IiI.X;'S IHM,F..SAIt V
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
wfV4ija, I'K. KING, formerly id New York, for
UJraaC the last tour years of laiuisviile, Kcu
La ..j , uu.i who li.us devoted liis iilleutiou to tlie treat
ment of private diseases lor over i0 years, Uatteis
himself, liavini; ntti'iidi'd to a practice, for so many
years, ami cured so uiai.y thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases o; a private nature, no matter how
but I hey may he Iroui icjud ci"(is medical lieatmout,
or H om neiei t ui tni ir own. Dr. King s J 'ispeusary
is No 'JS Houdoi H-it street, between Chorry und the
vpiure, re, -end story, wln-ie he cures all diseases of a
tii.ci:(Kiii.a cured Mitliout nausuious medicine or in
terior, -lice with business.
.-TKii.Ti sv.s of old or recent date, ellectually cured in
a lew days, by an oper.ition whicb causes no pain.
Where a .-irii tine exists health cannot he enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more niiochicf and under
mines tlm constitution f. inueh.
vi-Hius, w ilh all tii diseases of the skin , gro wing
out ol uelect or bu l treatineul, cau be ellectually
cured m a lew days.
.-kminal Wkaknkssi Particular attention having boon
given to this disease, and ail the consequences grow
lug out ol It. In onclit on iu many cases by the de
structive habits ol iuconsideralo Youths and exces
sive indulgence of the passions, a neglect ol which will
undermine the censiilulioii, rendering the subject unlit
for business or society. and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring Willi any dillicully ot
ti e Womb may rest assured ol immediate relief.
Persons rcMdiug abroad, by writing and staling
their case, with a lee enclosed, directed to lir. A. king,
No. :j Dtadeiu k street, Nashville, Tenn., wdl have
tho necessary uiedicinesent to their address, with ne
cessary directions. Mrict secrecy observed. Othce
hours from 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 iu the eve
ning in lyJti-iudAwly
Prepared by Pr.JAS. WILLIAMS, for the cure of UYS
PKPSY, and nothing but l)YSl'F.iY, (as advertised in
another column,) has, by its own merits, obtained Tor
itseir so high a reputation in Philadelphia, Dial Phy si
cians iicipiainlod with its proierties, are using itlheio-
elves and prescribing it to their patients, convinced,
by observation, of its great elflcacy in restoring the
disordered digestive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of llysiepsy , of the most aggravated
haracter, which were abandoned as, incurable by
. one of the Medical Faculty, have( by tho use of this
ixir, been restored to peil jet health, as attested cur
catufc testily. aprla-ly
jfltQ XV an teU Immediately, 10,000
jVf 'n.J, 'i men to engage iu tlie sale of the most
pular selling Books iu America. Invalids, im-ehan-farmers
and teachers, wishing to travel, will Hud
is a very prmit.ible and pleasant business.eiiabhug
in to see the country and make money at the same
in. Agents now in the business are clearing from
JO to 1 ,Jsai per car. For lull particulars, and a
' t of Hooks, address H. M. KL'LlMiN, Queen City,
ibhshing House, 141 .Main street. Cincinnati, Ohio; oi
. living i'Jtst.U. KllJsoN.l'uiWIelpluu.i'a
Sept- al ly -' -
S. P. Wii.ua' Home Journal a I verUsescircularg
i-inshed gratis expluaiing the raisou why it requires
.eutleuiau of "accomplished meuhanical geuius" to
orate a Wheeler aud Wilson's dew ing niaehine.and
y ao Uiaur "uxcelleut hous3-keciers" cau not do
Wilis, IIixipkk 4 inform the lovers of Soda Wa
- thai they have received and have now in operutlon
.o of the Nichol's celebrated tssia Founts, an eutirc'y
w pau nt, ami the net complete ouu of the kind e
t. Their assortnufit of syrups is Uil'orior to nn
a tho city ' aprli
Paraffin 1 Canuel Coal Oil,
For Eubricatiiis 3Iacliiuerj',
KOll SALE IX THIS CITY MY
liUlX, I' IC.MH.UTO.X 0c cu.,i
At;lNTS F0K TUE
l'M0 COAL AD OIL COUPAXY,
MjT The splendid residence ou the coruer of Dead
tck and Summer streets is lor rent for the balance
the present year. Apply at t;LoTica A Co. 'a tx.
Oltlee, or to Tkjim'k V Llcjus.
maj 1 j-t'
To Rrrvoni SuUrera.
A retired Ueulteiiuui having beeu restored to health
k few days, alter many years of nervous suiluring
- . I send (free) to ansisl other, a Copy ol the prescrlp
i and a supply of the remedy, on receiving a
uiped envelope bearing the uiplicont't addroaa. IH
t the Kev. Jon M. lGatu., ISO Pulton street,
M.WIyn.N. V aw ia-tri- a
OVIA VOttli CO.,
' )ok Sellers, Uodk-tHiiders and
11LA.K iii.Uh MMI AU'ULKS,
Ko, 38 I uiuu Mreet,
. i;ti;''-ts for Scplcuibcr.
HAKPEK'S UA'iAiLNt; ?
LEhlJE'S UAZLTTK OP rASUIOX;
JllC ATLANTIC MuNTHLY; . '
GoUEY'rJ LAl'Y'S uuK;
liHAUAM a MAiAZiNP,
Kwr aaia by JOHN YORK C.
NEW B 0 oTk S
ect-Ived by JOH N YORK Co.
tNsnauseo Comtneutarle ou lite New Teataawutt,
sopiele tn 6 vols.
eVw ' twruraa4th vL, frie fl ' ; l ,
Tbe New York Pulpit ; a tuoiuurtal volume of 5r-
, fUo Pitta Street Cbapot Loctar.
umpae at Jeaua, from the second LouJou di.
Pr. Notl'i Temperance Lecture . ..
baa Lwy CWlea Lead. -
jy -U , i.i ; - - - - -' ;- ' 1
Negroes fur Sale. ,
aft bar a food Hus Carpenter, aod Brat rata
' Coolt Wuuuut- Ci4P tor I aalu
. r C - it- H liAYNM ttx
i VTOSO rirt ft-oea IU to U year oid. as a Mm
. far baiauc ol Utt Jr, ur Jrt4iJar Axiuirs
. J ,.- Frelgn Fer Steamer JFvltoai.
Nkw York, SepL 7. Ths steamer Faltos
nas arrived. ,;: ! : ' ;"i 1 I -v
1 - The Vanderbllt arrived at Cowes oo- the
Tbe Fulton passed tho Arago on the 2 Sth,
100 miles from Cowes. f .-to
. Hurley tbe actor is dead. " :
j London, Tuefday Money, demand moder
ate; funds slight) j improved.
From "Washington. , , ' '
AVashixgton, September 7. Judge James
B. Bowling, of Missouri, has been tendered
the Paraquay uiisHon. It is believed he will
The American Colonization Society pro
pose to take charge of the captured Africans
on their arrival at Liberia, and eupport tbeni
oue year fir $50,000. It is believed the Gov
ernment will accept. '
It is thought Senator Benjamin will decline
the Spanish .Mission.
. ' Insurrection.
Nkw Yokk, Sepiembc-r 7. Gov. King has
proclaimed llichinond county in a state of in
surrection and ordered the military to the
Quarantine to protect the lives of the sick and
property of the State.
. Yellow Fever.
New Orleans, Sept. 7. Deaths from yellow
fever yttteiduy, 30.
; I: - Arrived...
New Okleans, tept. 7. Arrived, steamer
Wellington irorn New York.
' Itlver Newt!
St. Louis, Sept 7.-All the streams are re
ceediug. itlarkets by Xelegrapn.
New Yoiik, September 7. Cotton firm,
sales 1500 bales; Muted Corn 87(5:75; White
Corn l(o,&5; iiio Coflee loA(a,llJ; Sugar
dull, 0(a,t)l; Lituseed oil 75,76.
New Okleans, Sept. 7. Cotton, sales 1,000
bales; prices stiller but, quotations are un
changed.. White western corn C5.
Cincinnati, Sept. 7. Mess pork held at $1C
25. Bulk pol k 5.J(o7j. Bacon CJyJ.
HOLLA A D -BITTERS'
fUl CKLRR'i ATP.1 lPiLLAXP RslHKDT F0
DIS1MSK OF THK KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KDfD
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the rarious alfectionp consiuoiit uHin a diKor
Jvrvd Stomacli or Liver,
Such as Indirection, Acidity of the stomach, Cholic
Pains, Hrarthurn, Loss of ApetiU', Ik-siKinilfncy ,
Cu-stivoiiubs, Kiind niul Bleeding Piles. Iu all Ner
vous RheumHtic, und Neuralgic AITeelionn, it h;u-. in
numeronis lnt.incen, proved highly benuticUti, uud in
others eirectod a dernled cure.
This Is a purely vget.iblo compound, prepared on
stnrtiv scH'ntitic principles, aftur the manner of tlir
celebrated Holland profeSKor, Botrhave. Becaune ol
Its great Hucces in most or tho F.uropean State, it
introduction Into the I nited .ctiitcs was inteuilud mor
espoMiilly for thoo of our fatherland scattered her
and there over tlio f.ico of this mighty country.
Meeiinj; with great success among them, l now olle
it to the American public, kuowing that its truly won
derful medicinal virtues mtiht be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those person
whose constitution may have been impaired by th
continuous u?e of ardent spirits, or other forms of dis
siiwtion. t-uerally inuntiUieous in eilect. it tinds iu
way iirectf to the neat of lite, tlirilUng aud quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and,
in fact, infusing new health uud vigor in the system.
SoTICK Whoever expects to tind this a hevera
tt.il lie disappointed; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirit, d it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial
poKsesed of singular remedial properties. -
c v 'v i o .
The great rxipnlarity tf this delightful Aroma bs
induced ninny imitations, which the public sboul
guard against purchasiug. Be not persuaded to bu
anything else until you have given Uoerhave's Ho
laud Hitter a fair trial, fine bottle will convince yo
how infinitely superior it is to all these imitations.
j- Sold at il per bottle, or six bottles for $5,
THE SOU: PKnPKIKTOR.
Iir.XJAH. ! A ;:, Jr., 4eCOM
Maiiufacturiiig PluriuacoulistH aul Chemists,
Sold by IruKplstu geuorally Uiroutiliout the United
States and Canadas.
AJ- Slid in Nashville hr '
KWIN, PKNULrTidX CO., Wholesale Ag'U
W. W. HKKKV A: HLMOVILLE,
1'r. A. II. lU'SCOE,
JO. (J. IIRuWX,
ii:MlVIIJ.K & HKLL,
Hr. T. Wfcl 1.,
WFLI., ihfol'KR fc CO ,
"Death to all Verinin!"
Eat, Roach, &c. Extorminator.
Put on in 2uc. S.".. 65v, and 81 Poxes.
For tbe Destruction tH HATS, MICK. KIKI.I SIICBL
JlOLKa LOACH K.S, CRoiO.V iiUticL
3" Cnanwml by the u intuvu$ Kmc. of th Vrrm and
tm People: "Not dangerous to the butnau family."
" Kara do not die In lie!i boles, but roroe out and die I
A are, aafa and apeeiiy remedv." 'Used dally.br
thousands. In New York, and laewbere." -Hotel.
mvi wiiukiw wiuioill IU
Bod Bug Exterminator.
Put up in ttc., eoc., 75c . and tl Ilot'laa.
Aa Infallible deatmr of these tntd night aautasins.
'Neer known voa tail." "No houM-keeper should be
w1ihut it M -Ts not oi nonious to Um hutuan Oui dmuA
to lua bug pecn.-a."
Put np in 25c, n1 80e. Bm
To TWny MOU1S. lltl HUHtv XI L'SQTTTOES.
ANTS. KLK4S. PLANT l.NSKtrrS. VKKMIN ON
KOWIJI and ANIMAI-S Ae "An nvalu.hle prepara
tion to Farmers." t'nirpaed b an. rsher." "t
Joy lua a loimenae popular. iy eery where."
--i.i'a .-4 .
Tbe above are cow arkoowledged tbe
Only Infallible Remedies!
T.rm. Ca Ji fiar funds tn New York,
r'n tinds sld oa eomtuliUiu
"Coaiar'a H'dletln," with full partle
ulara. funiUbed on apphcation.
To Druggists and Dealers
In Hares wtwre lb Fit rmimitoyt be nt yet beat.
iwrVitmi fc-Jar, makes tbe Pperil r.i,li : ,
1 On orders for a 1171. Vomtm tlor a nr Iriali A
1 On all order ft J 10 unb aa4 ew, Jnwmt a
sa rr reM fmm ? Piw".
5. ifS-ud tur "Coaiar's" IrtTata Cirealar. to Drugging .
WiWvl. v 1 ''
XXX. " '
To the People.
If Tf i'-.wii'j or Pen' io rttur place ke. a ifT
the V. st.-rm: UJUof-.. a Saaip.. Itos ( h'"t. I c'. "
r , rewi n"tnr wdl be 1.1 o ivi I y w.il. pr. i I.
on rrt'l of H or a fample IVi ol the K'e . I'A r
lor floe. Thm W live Zs'rrmrttattf Seine a l)irl em .4
t. .. ihroe.h th nuii hot in cat. .wtrreii at" vit4,
tbe alert. c 1'vwtrr til be fouwt aa eflectUMi auliauiaiw.
To il tbe PuMlc acainst ftewWou and tTivk'i
rr-iwn tera. a N r r I.. pvl Ka. ipa prepared.
brmt U-S a stmtM it Lbs Proprarlor's s(oaure :
r..M WboVle .m "CIKTAHI1'
Pltiwlt i. ot. N. aH i luai.ui y,
Sf ork,.Milnrru'., ((,iwlMi.f
r.ii ..ui ih- i it 1 -aiu, lum Ch. . .i..ia M aA .
l.e.j aae a .'.a.cttc a.
JO. .. II HOW, 43 College street.
THK' I.TKH.AL. PERFUME
From the Holy City.
Hm! coiiM I but catch that fragrance.
i iwii i a avu uKri fasoe,-
TJian tht tiiuM wet4site4 flowers
blwuid be roa(4ri Willi uiy stameP
BE W AF QF. IMITATIONS.:
Tit real Fran;ii.i Perfume ia manafac-tare4 mtiy
by MoMO-a. PiuBS k Ltaw, of t Saw Bond eXreet.
ladoa,au4 llu. Uk lata perutaity to cauivxi
purcbaMrs aiu-t imn.tKia., oi kn k tbr. are
rnaay; aooa. Uawvser, apprua. b ib eoy degree tUe
xaowim (Vagraace as ni4 bjr P. k L
nuxGiPANM rtnr; . - ,A
tTSUNGIPANXl POMAPr. - ,
I t .'. . - JRAXGIPjkNXl OIL.
Bote Afcst fer the rna4 tiuus
uatla-TViia - eoSBajaavr Nr Vori.
-RATKS OP I2XC1IANGE., .; ;
1 -r "- cowucctsd wbxclt r ' r t
TIB kniNK lor T II E'DH I O N."
JT ash tills. Tin.-, Mpt. 2, 1858 '
ot-ni Cakouh A.
Bank of Tennessee, . f.'par
SoaUi Carolina Banks, 2dis
, . . toraiiAaa.
New Orleaois Banks par
Mobile Bali to, ... ....par
union name, ....... ..par
Hercnants' tJanlc, par
tunnoi tne union, ...par
Traders' Bank uar
IHbers ....3 die
Bank of Commerce,... par
Karmors' Bank, ...... par
Bank or Paris,. ...par
Bank of Chattanooga, . par
Bank of America,. . . . .
Citizen' Bank. TScdis
Bank of Memphis par
Buck's Bank, ........ .par
River Bank, par
Commercial Bank, par
Northern Bank, ...... tar
Bank of Nashville, ...5r rtia
Bank of 8liolbjTillf, .. par
Ocoee Bank, Klc dls
Bonk of Iandridge,t0c dis
Aank of Claiborne, 30c dis
Bank of Tazewell, . 30e dis
Bank of Trenton,.. 3oo dis
Bank of Jefferson . 30c dis j
Bank of Knox ville. nar
Kentucky Banks. .. ..par
Uiseouri Banks, ..... 1 par
Illinois Banka,S10 dis.
North Carolina banks
,. ,;. ; 3fo)5c dis
Virginia Banks, 1 dis
State Bank, ...! dis
State Bank... ......1 dis
New York Sight . i (S) Kpre
Philadelphia, . . . yA ( pre
n ew Orleajis , . . . rdl i pre
Baltimore,.... .yffi) pre
Lawrene-b'K Bank, 30c dis I
Louisville,... . ..)aO pre
Cine in uati ,...... 4 pre
iuukoi westTennessee par
All OH Banks, par
New i'-anks uncertain
O'sand 160's, 68e
O l BoC
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
HITS, CAPS AND LADIES MRS,
JSo. 23 Pnblic Square,
OUR AUTUMN STYLE
18 5 8,
Is mow ready fjr Insprctioa and Dflivrry.
A, J. IUAKCISCO,
Introducer and Modeler of Fashions,
6 No. 23 Public Square, Nashville.
i MASARD HAT.
CI KJTTLEMKX are invited to call and examine this
T new and popular style
aug2 A. J PRANCLSCO, Hat Store.
THK MK.'AI, PLA1DS.-A new and
beau til ui absnrtiuunt al
Children's Fancy Hats and Cap.
A LARUE assortment just received at
FRANCISCO?, Fashionable Hatter,
angJ6-tf y;i Vuhhc tguare.
Annual State Fair for 1858.
The Fifth Annual State Fair of Tennessee Ptato
Agricultural Bureau, will bo lild at the Bureau's
Uriiunds, near Nashville, commencing ui Vond.iy
Oct. llth, and continue during tlio week. A liberal
list of premiums is ofK-red, which together With the
rules and regul. iion, nanm of officers, judges eu;.,
printisl In pamphlet form, for gratuitoux disiribu
tion, may be had on npolicalion al (lie varit.us Print
ingofflcos. and llook Store- m the cite.
augao-ld. T1KX. B. JuHNsiiv, Treujiircr.
JAM1 JOH.SIX. AJ j, f.,K.
1AMKS JiUX?4A aV. CO.,
(Successors lo Johusou, Weaver & Co.,)
GROCERS. IWIISSM AD F0R1VARDI.C
KKAI. KltS IX
Colton and "Produce Generally,
20 aud 31 Market Street.
rTMIE undei signe.l liaving purchased tlio interest of
J. I). Weaver will continue the Warehouse busim-m
at the old stand.
A. J. COI.K.
KIRKMAN & ELLIS.
Our Books uro at the Counting Room of
McCaU, Vanlecr !b Co.,
No. 4 t South Market Street.
TIIOE indebted will please call as our business
must be settled without delay.
PRATT, OAKLEYfc CO.,
LATE FARMER, BRACK ft CO.,
PUBLISHERS, I100RSELLERS A STATIO.XERS,
iXo. 21 Murray Street, -
PO. A; CO., offer lit low prices, for c ihh.and liberal
. terms for approved credit, a largo slock of
IA.K AMI OPIK E STATIOSL'nV,
BL.tNK AND ACfl'UNT B(X)K!,
RECEIPT AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS,
PAPER OF ALL KINDS.
I CA HPS, ClHCVf.A RS, KILL UK A lS fe., . ,
1 MIATIXO AXl LITHOC.RArillSf;, To 0rder
,B1BLK, MISl WJXKOLS AXD
x T SCHOOL B00SS.
P.O. k CO. Publish Bullions' series of Ommnmrs.
Comstock's series on the Sciences; Hiniker's PliysMilo
j-ie: id-ocklesby 's Astronomies; Oluey's Urography
newly revisod; Southern Class Readers; Palmer's
Hook Keeping; and the "cucaH-t and best" Spelling
Book ever used. - jel-6iu.
i i , at tiik : . - -- --
GEI13IAN H.1UA10.MA II1LL,
No. .flarket Mtreet,
Will o;fu ou Tuesday, July i!7tli,-lSiS.
MADAJIi; Jl Llli vi.ci:.t, , .
THK celebrated l'rof'-ssor ani TeacJier, oj.
New Orleans aud Memphis, would le- f3s
lcctfully announce to tho Ijidies and Oen- ,;, .; jrrf
tlemeji of N.tshville thutshe has bui-u solici-
led bv ntany citixens of this .( to in u a PANt'lNO
At'ADKMV. The success and ncouragcuieut she has
lai'l with m every City where she lias taught, fives uer
hopes for the same here. Hie will teach the celebra
ted and fashionable Lancer's Qinvtrille, tn classes of
eight at private residences and at the Academy, and
the following Pasluonablc Iouicira; . ,
Lancer's Quadrilles, - - I Varsoria,' ;
tiallop Quadrilles. - Redowa. . ,
(iernian Polka, ' L'KsmeraMa,
Five Time Watti,
1 nree Tiro Walls,
hiuuib lauioa, .
' (trcaivian Circle,
In additHtu, nances for Maxters and HiMSoa.
The Flower Iwnce, I j Ca hucha,
. - The -bawl lance, Hwias laince, "
Highland Fling, f . lt liompip, '
Flirtation Polka, LaNeauiaitana. .
' For Gentlemen Tuesdays, Tbursdays and Satur
days, from 7 mi 10 P. il.
For Mauler , Little Hisses and Ladies Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, froro 4 till 4 P. M.
MuucaI 1iuii tUMlt by rYnf. K. lftjUHC
For u-rins of 1 ition enquire uf M.utuiue Vincent, at
her residence. Commercial Hotel, a., d at the Acauemy
al cUotji hours. - .
t. At tlie end of the e.ton there will be an Ex.
hibiiHinand Fnev Pres bait.
UAIIAMK Vl.VF.NT lias in her psesi'n letters of
recumnHHidauon irom several of the res iectable c itt
trn of New rienni), Vletnphls, ar.d ilher plac,
which sho will tnke great picture ia hoa ing to
hoan who may w-b. to examuie Uieio. .
AT 31 KM 111 IS, TKX X KSSK C.
SBlTilEEX PAlIFltFiuiLKOiB SEETIXC.
A liKNKJt AL MFFTIXU of the PUick'uolders of that
i l Crtitiaiiy will take place at Mempha.Tenn.,oa
MuNHAV, tireliih.f pi-iuber, lSS, at wtublt a
f all repwt nf the sute of tniogit in Texas will be made
aad of the proceedings of meetings ia 1jjuuv Ule.Ctu
i runtl nl (4. Ixnir, New Vork and elsewhere; and
.f the plans of tlie Company to relieve the Euterprtae
frum He present difficulties. M.tlers are bow jut in
condition tltat tbe fnends of the road can preteot
taxi fide Mockholders, rwdicu lbs rujhta of tb
Crxnpany, an I raacua a beyond doabt from existing
drrtcultie.. A geueral turn oat of Stockholders at
Veiuplxs ts detrcd , aad icorotaa and nnanimous c
Hoil . u h ae ua) t bad tbere, hacking dp tbe
neeliug .Irea.iy lua.-a til itoubtk-sa save tbe enter
nt', runioi-i.ig cuaiuaM'o, ae that the work Baay
..r..r-- JtlTHA FOWlJiJOS,
... ept4-.l i iTesuient
"V 6uTs 'v house, ,
RCSSEIXriLLE, Kl'. ; , .
W. W JIASO.Y, Proprietor. -
'IHT? new and comnuxlaxu Ilotrl isaow thoro- gbly
a furuo-hod atld t'oatplcte ia ail K4 drpuunrnts.
- Tbe prujirieaB I .as Atlded to the flusei aw ef the
targf4 aaii om-M ruutidete -
. MoJea .
In tbe State, capable 4 MaiUug 154 borsee, der the
-eareaudsupatrvaMua' carwtul and attroll.e Ostlers,
.Willi waiehuttae ivar tirJ4rt-. bagxlea. r. Afcje,
Urn lot auder new feivcea (wr tas aumsini dation ef
drwesw.- " "
A MAH, !.I
a Furaicbed with pure and iuu tuuat ctmtee brwod of
irieee. Litpirr, Cijara, Tutatc-, Ax., Lm eiaa b
ad led to the Hotel. . .. , i .
Thattkf ul for the exceebtr g!y liberal pati on wbkh
Forat Hcahw' tsas received amce a baa, bea i
barge- of lie ab4ersael, ha fruutu to apara no
paias or tipeaj telsak U the meat roscpMS aad
acceptable Bonl ta Eouthara Keotacky.
Hacks, Ibt(a,and Kire fi.raa.n- 4 'eavslera ta
B potut try Mtx dUn Itwm 6e Iwflie.
stlxLttnarly . . . - i . f. JLLSOV.
r: S. H0IXINS &TC0.,
) '''' .... 1
Boots, Shoes, 17at, Caps, Trunks,
Carpet Bags, &c., dr., '
fio. 4 lVashTille Inn Block,
North-east Comer of Public. Square,
ARE now in receiptor their Fall Stock, which is
large and complete, to which they most respect
fully call the attention of Merchants buying in this
Cheaper than ever for Cash ! !
SPRI1VO AIN'D SU3IME11
bOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS.
b. r: cTtter,
Na 36 ft 9 Corner of College and Broa4way,
a receiver ais stocK or BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, and TRCNKS. for the
Spring and Summer trade, consisting
in part as follows, viz :
For Ladies, Misses and Children
Ladies' fine Kid and Morocco Bootees, thin and thick
sole, with heels;
" Cue kid and ' plain and trimmed;
" " Lasting Gaiters, side and front laced.
i . , w iui ueeis. r , . .
.'.. congress s
" kid " ' Biwkuis and Front Ties;
Misses fine Kid and Morocco Slippers and Bootees;
" and childreus' Lasting Gaiters and "
Childrens' fine Kid and Morocco thick and pump sole;
" Fancy " - Boots and Slippers;
Womens' extra size Kid Boots, Buskins, &c.
" " " Morocco BnoLt and Buskins'
Servants' heavy Caf , Kip and Morocco, extra "
For Gents and Boys.
Gents' fine Pegged and Laoed Boots;
" " Opera "
" " patent kid and buck -skin Congress
" " " 44 kid and " Oxford Ties
Broad strap Shoes, pnmp and welt;
For sale by B. R. CCTTKR,
No. aa and 69, cor. College and Proidway,
-3 Nashville, Tenn.
Q linn i-T'ou hand, of ail ei-s, from two to
'"WU twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong ljice Leather; to ail or which I invite the at
tention of all planters and mnchlnest to the above
articles, which Will be Sold On the hKt Ivrmarnr -..h
at Nos. 80 aud 69, coruer of Broadway and College
mr '3 B. R. CUTTER.
Gent's Shoes an i Gaiters.
t it.Ml.Mlw will find a good assortment tf FINE
KJ SHK.-i, and GAITERS, of tl a verr ImHtmuln,
u.l ... 1..... ...uc-. ' . ' '
iy 24 tf 42 College Street.
At o. 21 Public Square.
SXYlslall Vi FUIZZEIaIa
ARE OPENING TO-PAY
LAMES' Pine Kid Sliptiers, (Large Bows);'
" " heel do.. " "
" " " " B-Mts;
" " " " Buf-kins;
" " Fmbroiderod Velvet Slippers:
" " Plain '
" " Lasting
Chil Iren's rlno Kid Ankle Ties-
A I. S O
Cents One Patent Leather Congress Gaiters.
" " all Calf "
augl3-tf oau SNYDER k PRIZZEU
SNYDEIl & FltlZZFLl.
ARE now o(Mning a choice and well selected stock
of iMHIT und SHOPS, suitable to the season ind
ut prices to correspond with luu tiiuen. Consiog in
p;irt of -
Gout's tine Culf Roots and Gaiters;
raietii u-adi.T Guib-rs, Oxford Ties;
Calf Oxtord Ties and Ijuiting do
Cloth and lt.til)L'(; iiu-m; '
Cull and Patent Leather Str.tn Shiwa
iAdiea' (outers, plain, with and without heels;
do Mippcrs, do do
do Fine Toilet Slippers;
do Fine White Kid and Satin Slippers
, do . do -do Gaiters;'
do Kl Buskins, with and withmit heels
Mifses'GaiUTsaud Shpers, with and without beets
do Kid Boom, with and without hoe la; -. . -Cliildren's!ho-s
of every variety;
Boys' and Youllui' Shoes wf evarv variety.
Of theahove we have something very nu t for MAY
DAY. Also Servant' Shoes and Pegged Work of .11
kinds Call at No. 21 Public Souare.
PriI30 21 Pubic Square.
Ladies' Fine Shoes.
LADIES 8ne Brown Italian Cloth Cong, heel Gaiter.
' Black " " "
" Kid 8lipiers huudsotre triiiimirgR.
' Kid Gaiters, with and without bocl.
Side Lace heel Gaiters.
" " plain
" Congress Gaiters.
At No. 21 Public square.
jexs-u SNYDER & FRIZZEU
Fine Boots, Shoes and Gaiters
X KV A U UI V AIaS.
No. 42 Collesre Street, Nanlivllle,
S now receiving a large and excellent stock of I,
dies' and (ietit's Wear, aud tor liuwa. Bovs and
tient'st'slf Stitched and Pnn.pSoIe lou;
" French Patent Leather and Call Con. Gaiters.
" " " " Calf New Top
Ittuck Ciilh and PrunelU "
" JjigliFh lasting and Calf Kid TW;
HuekKkiu New Orleans . .
" Calf Knglmh stiu hu4 down Pump Shoes;'
u 1 asting. Oxford and Drer-a liinrs;
" ""Calf, Kid aud boot Morocco OxlordM;
Calf tuion half (Jaiters.
Ladies French Iating Congress Gaiters, with and
- without heels;
Ladies Kid Cougrca Boots, do do do do;
Italian tkitli lAce uaiters, do do do;
French Kid slipjers iruumed, do do; .
Wbito ifatiu and Kkl - do . do do;,
Fiue Istiag Buskins: '
Uisxes Kid Boots, with and without neels;
i ik. ana ruown t.aiu;rs, ao iu do. do; '
' Black, Kid abd Bronzed Kli;,' -do do do;
lasting ia:tcrs,pbuuand tilted, do do do:
Children's Kid ai'd Brouxed half Mipiiers;
jdacK and colored lauding bailors;
BViy'sand Youth's Oxford Ties; Couifreiw Gaiters: Pat-
eul Ijwilhur and Calf iTcaa bhoes; Laxiing Tks, Ac.
maj.-w- . - JUllN KANAUK
LAPILS FreDch extra sized Dred Trunk.;
" Medium Tray Parking
" Bonnet Boxes, Ti lth aud without Tray;
And an aatjruueut of Travelling Bags.
auH 42 College street.
LAI 'IRS Sole leather Covered Trunks;
French lireita Trunks, large sixes;
" Flat aud Bound Top Tray Trunks;
" Traveling Salcheia.
Cent's No. 1 Etigiwh &ie Leather Tranks;
' Kuesc-l and Iron Frame do;
" Koie Ixmlber Boggy do;
" Aahiuud t.le Leather Valises;
" Traveling Bags, Ac., fee., e. ;
Just received aud foraaie very low fur Cash, at No.
42 College street, by
Je5-if JOHN EAMAC F.
BIIADSIIAW & RUTLAXD
HAVE Jnrt received a frch stock of Biara AND
SHO2 for the Sprlug aad Kuuuucr trade, wlucb
wi.i be sold al Low I'sbto.
Ladies Last. Coug. a Laced tMulera, with and without
be I.: ,
Udiea Kid OMig. it Laced Kid BuuU, do. do.;
" " Clippers, do. do. ; .. ....... .. . . ..
' White kid aud balm dippers;
" Fjmhro.ler-xi, a'ruose and Velvet FUppera.
Slloatea aud C'ltlldren.
Ulaaca Kid and ... Uaxs, wall aud wiutout he. Is;
. Last Uailers mm
Kat hlipiera; -
CaiM. ... v :
Boys Fine Calf sewed and pegej Boots; .
" " " Oxford Tk-Siaud other axUdoi
tor boys and yooLb. wear.
Genu Extra Calf Pmnp aad miiu umi Boots; ' .
" . - Con grata Gsllors.
. u . .i u oxfuri 1mm; .
M " Pl. Leather ramp Congress Ueuera: -,
Ceir - ... "
"; rtlaatnerOxff-rdTVe, i f :
OoUt Corig. Gstttws and Lart Tibs, aad rUlf P.u-ut
Leatner tara rajorsof alt katdK,B4avata furtitettpraug
aad hammer trade. Call al Xu, 30, I am. -tmrt .
snay li-tf . HrtAlf ilA W a KCTLAXP.
Sole Leather Trunks and VaTiees
LAJ'lESNe. l.eoto Laatuer Traairs; - - -
t " " ' and Kip Beraret Boxes;
ladies Pack tag Treaks? :
lieala nule Leather Trttaks; -
Kuseett aad Iroa r raise Traak; '' ' - ' '
XU of whk.k will be sld at verr lew pre es ty
. tKilrtUV k HITUIND
atayll-tf - Ne. SO I'tna street.
MAT be lud la tbe parcltase severs? tee af re
lutsealh Lsawvtiieaiid KastiviUe ILiitroal an 4
tMlSUia Turaptk., six ee4 e ball miles rro-n Vu.hviU.
tad watuui a blf mile a tbe river. Tbe kits caa
be had for Wea Uiaa tudt tlte pra rid r other tuO,
boet the bun rlis ant T. om ibe city "S Mber ro. !..
tw for rie, a ta Me etty, m H gbt ta , jocUi
of iVod. Apply ke & . 4- ahawly. Market St., Mil
dear a Watsoe Uaass. ' - ' a3-w
I Hqekvrl4ett s-Jt.-keeill! - -
JCVT reccsted, M bed eztra-aalled: Peaasylreala
Bock boat, ta atere aad fog sl by
Vi K k MEAD
rrhv'e4 to auy rwrt ef the cn free 4 caw-. -.
a. w: uvaliX r-' :n r i ) r
. -r I ."rVT 'T . i ; 4
'FOR 4: CASH;
K arc.' now iu recxipt of our Fall Stock of " "
iHARDWARE) GUNS MJD CUTLERY,
r0"6 JtarffeSt "n1 Iiest As90"td vcr off"" -o ihe NasflWe Trte--compri8-Ing-EVERY
article UeDally to be FOUND in a HAKDWAIIE HOUSE. Tbe STOCK
beiug iimistiallv large end WKUIXG tt REDUCE tbo nam?, -e ore now of
fering All Goods at Reduced Prices for CASH,
AXD TOALL. PROMIT FAYING RESPONSIBLE PARTIES VE ARE OFFERING
f . - . ; LIBERAL PRICES ON THE USUAL TIME. , ; i -i
;,v ; . ;;: : m'call, vanleer & co.,
' Sign of the Big Padlocl', :
v?-. 4i SOUTH MARKET ST.y NEAR THE SQUARE,
DR. D. F. WRIGHT,
Late of Irlemplila,
HAVING reinoTed to Nashville, offers his profes
sional services to Ha citisons. Office and resi
dence in Sheiby Medical College, corner of Broad and
Vlue streets. , aug8-3m
THOS. T. SMILEY, '
Attorney! and Counselor at Lair,
Will practice bis profession In the Courts of Da
vidson county. '
Office No. 11, in Capt. Williams' Building, Cherrrst.,
DR. JOHN W. 3IORTON,
Eesidence, Cor Collego and Watkins' Avenue,
(FOKKBK1.T USX 8TRKKT,) .
Office No. 63 Nortli CUerry Street.
ItOYAL HAVANA LOTTEItY.
rpHE next ordinary drawing of the Roval Havana
J. Lottery, conducted by the Spaiiudi tHivernment.
anaer the supervisnin or the Captain Oeneral of Cuba
wili take place al Havana, on
Tucsdsy, September 28th, 1858.
Sorteo N tuner o 605 Or dinar io.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars
1 I'riceof $100,000
1 " " 60,000
1 " " 80,000
1 " " 15,000
6 Prizes of $2,000
10 " 1 000
62 44 50b
1 " 10,000
20 Approximations.. .,Sil
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of $tX)0 each : 4
of 400 to 50,Ooo; 4 of 4O0 to 30,000 , 4 or 400 Vi 15,000;
4 of 400 to $10,000., , , , ,
Whole Tfcketa$20i Ilalwes$10; Uuar
' ter $5.
Prizes cashed at sight at 6 per cent, discount.
Bills on the Nashville City U:iuks taken at pur. .
A drawing will bo forwarded us soou as the result
bet oniea know u. .
as-All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dreasod to IKiN KulHUUUtZ, (care of City Post;
luaueriion , r-o. t. iu, aep -tl
SWAN & COYS LOTTERIES
lSWAX V. CO.
Continue .to Draw a Uatial
T.OTTETtT FS AUK T.V.f!A.T " AWT) ' i
AUTHORIZED ST THE
. STATE 07 GEORGIA
THE LATE ATTEMPT TO IXJL'HE -.
VVR FIRM HAS S1I0WX l
THAT0VH L01TEU1ES ARE DU.iVX FAIRLY j
THAT OIK PRIZES ARE PAID PVXVTVALLr ;
' ' ASP THAI OCB SCHEMES , :
Are More Liberal titan auy other Lot-
ery In llie World I
. - ' ' i
THE following Scheme a ill be drawn byS. Swaa a
Co., Mauugor or the Sparta Academy l-otU-ry,il
eiu h ol Uieir Single Number Lotteries tut Sunt hub
lS6H,at ALUVT A.tieorgia, in public, undw the su
pertntendence of ComniKaioiiers.
Claaa 31 draws Saturday, September 4, 1858.
Class 32 draws Saturday, September n, X&58.
Claaa 33 drawl Saturday, September IS, 1S&8.
Claaa 34 drawa Saturday, September tS, 1868.
ON THE PLAIT 07 SINGLE OTtfSEES.
5,485 Frixea. Nearly one Prlaato everr nirva
TO BE DRAWN . .
EACH SA1URDAT IX SEPTEMBER.
1 Prise of 70,000 4 rrilea of POO
1 jo.ooo 4 " two
1 " 10,000 4 " 700
1 " ,ooo a -M ..wo
1 " " 4,000 6 " ; " 04
1 " 8,ls bO " 4 jujo
1 " 1,400 100 " 1J
4 " " i.... 1,000 2M " loo
4 Pri's of .o0 Approx'g to $70,000 ITis are (1,000
4 " " 300 " 30, UK) " 1,-AK)
4 " " 200 10,000 " ; " boo
4 1. .1 t ooa aoo
4 " " 100 " 4,000 " 44 400
0,485 frizes amounting to.. (320,000
Whole TitkeU $10; Halve 83; Quarter S3 50-
9A Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries
wiU be sent to any eoc desirous uf receiving It.
Certifieatea of Package will be sold at tbe fol-
lowing rates, whtcb is the risk :
Certittcmtee of Package of 10 Whole Tickets,. 10
" 10 Half " .,....,.40
" r ..- - 10Marter JO
' lOtighlli " .10
I IT 0SJ3EUTSG TICZET8 02 CERTIFICATES.
kucluae the ruouey to eur add rem for the Tickets or
dered, ou rwceu.it uf which Uiey will be forwarded by
ur.l mail. Furchasers can have twkcts euiliug ut any
figure they may desiguate.
The Lul of lsrawn Numliers and lrle wIU be sent
lo purchasers imruedattely aflor tbe draiwiBg.
ear" l'urcliaaers will phwe write their signature
plain, aad give their Poet otboe, county and State.
AVavKMiiuibr that every Prise st drawn and para
ble wiUauul deuuclioa.
ea All prtaeaaf l ,1MX) and under, paid Immed-jtte
ly alter tlie draauig other prise at tlie usual lime of
Ail ewiuiuunieations strictly conn Jenlutl.
Addreee Orders for Tickets" or Cert.ncatce to ,
- 1. KtWAN k CU. , Augusta, Ca.
AXsT Feraoiia rew ling near it oe memory , AU., er
AUaiita, tia .cao bav their orders aiied.aiid save
time . by addrewiiig B. tean A Co., al eiiiMrr of those
CltMW. ' "
e A IM f the Bomber, that are drawn from Um
bcl, ith tbe awuunt of tiie riae that nach wue at
bulled tu, will be publvbed after every ttrawmg, ia
tna fotUMVing papers : A wruJt ((M.,) (eautuWwwti
iM, A'ea Orteun Itdl, M lt HrgiMtr, I Mjlila--Xlrd,
Aeaeiic Kui, AllamiM Miclikpeawar, Arm
Tori. W-ijf Oat Auor-, MmhwI tiatryutm, A'kA
tad IXtpatck, S'rm t'nrk HiU k, aaj J'aMlUtmy
(Jfus fWwM,std LiliU guc (Art.) liut kraicrea.
' lUislncs! CUansc
SrCEILl'lNG J.CIiardae la tbe Lumber tr.'.t,
1 e 1.1 coeuaee tea basis ses at tbe Md stand (No.
IU Ckoedeaji) waefe 1 U be ptsassd be raeet ad
the taaireo d say predaeiweng aad as rnaay etlier
a. snay taver sas won a can.
I lieve saeeral aaiila eettiag PorWr aad Cedar
1 .umber, buatdie e barge sitdy ef whae ad yelaw
I'uto, tbua eueatiBg sue a aeii at wasufwtarer's
ttaviag pn rc pi me tae aaeas aee attenuate or we
.14 arm all who ere aware of their sndebtrdtMMs Ui
pursue tome Kr.ui tKkd SeUie by tbe brst l
tBieber, or 1 will put their s.c.male wita aa e-Qrer
Utr oUscUue, . t rt .-,r X. rt .4. -.
. Havuf aeterailbe4 lo ai'.Iupr ligidly to tbe Case
tr4cai,l eeaer ara4 be awoeiiiird . wult lit
ss-ieey er be rcrscted.
. aUdJe-tf . . , r 8. PARltiy. ;
W-aaUi, A MS t litis, laik.
tTfI.the ajsder Jgned, nsceivere.stnrerB and seller
t Y . C". h- agreed peu the fu.'t'a mu
ef charges, vis J - """".' e
Kseetvtm; aad vThing , 5 ceula per JUia..
KeMtvutg, aVlgiiUnC uj htorad, fue lew feotb
or Irae, beceots per tiaW.
ACb a-iuiuoaal xuuutK erTracttua .of a Binnle.
ceau pee akv " ' "
- rueeaiUng, readertef aceoairtdr tales, ie .a ctt
1'srvSMusg wit fttede at aaatd, (ft eeets per bW. ,
Tb. atku s rg ul aeMrwUyadbeved tote -
ery taste nre.
tl--i!-a, auuuet (XI
A. MA MILTON
. A MeAlAeTlsX CO
joil ;ao , ,n tu v ut ,4 C0f
SAM, VAMJXS O
Sot Sole-Co Urnt.
To Kxchange or Sale.
country, and that wants tt m for U.eirown uae, mud
not for speculation. -.Apply to
Ug 41 U
i WILL. L. llOVD.
$71,000 Worth of Most ValuaWe Beal Estate.
IWILL sell on tiie most reasonable terms some of
the most desirable city property ever ottered in
this market; lying on Cherry , Cellar, UarLet and Spruce
Ms., suitable lor busiuess houses or private dwellings
1 prupose to exchange iht above fur lately Negroes, at
the best cah prices. - .
niayl-ir WtLL. I. BOYD, Ja.
1 HAVE a No. 1 Rlacksmnh, 'ift years old, and of
good character, for sale. A
ly negro men .
W1IJ. L. bOYD, J
Coal Stock, for Sale. , i
WE have 133 Shares Huiilsville Coal Mining fWk
we wish to sell or exchjuimt far iiiriu
Negroes or city urouertv.
IL H. HAVN ES k CO.
uire a negro woman
V w lo r ""Kro woman that can wash
andiron well, and wilt y the highest prcte
, Jyft tf.
IL H. HAYNES k CO.
Aegroes for Sale.
WE have a. good It of Xegroes for sale, some 10
or 12 IJh.FJ.Y HOY from 10 lo 20 yoare old.
Several young women with on child each: 1 or I
good House ;irls, is to 20 years old, well qualiaed,
can be highly recommended; a good Carpentee 'M
years old; 3 good Cooks, 6 or 8 men from o 40
years old H. H. HAY.Nia at CO.
I AM offering for sale that beautiiul lloue and Let,
on Cherry street, adjomuif the 1'dIou Bulldiucs,''
(uow ki course of erecuon,) Irouuug 60 feet and run
niug back 1S1 feel.- Thai ia tlie uiiwt desirable prop,
erty in the city lor sale. Also, two Store Houses on
Market street near SjrUij st Apply to
, , , WILL. 1- D0TP,r
JV'-tf (Sc.- 60 Cherry street
FilKy iejoes for Sale.
AMONG the lot we have several good Families, two
or throe young Women wah first child, four good
itomm lioys, 2 Imya from 18 lo W, gid Ihulllg-rMra
lei vanU, TAith a rood lot of Oeld haiula,men and girls,
and a good lilacksmith and liarber.
spr-M-tf ' ' . H. 11. I1AVN1.1 k CO.
Jacks, Jennets . and Catlle
r 1Iivr , FOK SAJLD. TT
r HAVE for Kale on my pUuuuou, in Jarksoa ooon
X ty. Nine J.u ks, troni two to six years old, of giKd
sise; tbe largest about ia hands high; eighteen Jen
m Is and tort)- bead oi Csure. For Tur flier particulars
apply to the uudcrsiguod at Karhvlile. - .
auglO-t Atria liu W. W. WOODFOIJT. '
Buy and Horse for Sale.
I ItAt K roll iAIJC a
A. Due Family llorre,
of superior ipiHltiics,
and also a good liuui:v.
whk:h will be sold low, hair cash, the balance on six
mouths' time. - For peiiiouUre enquire ut
Jyaa-tf ' F.. K. OLA.-jCucl.. Agent, v
, . , , FOR SALP..
T LL soil the bouso and It a present occupied
A and owned by Wm. T. Mosby, situated on High
sirtH-l. South Nashville, fronting sixty foot, and reo
uiug bm k tan bandred. l bs houiw is a bra-k, with
11 oiher aeeesisary otit.buildingK.all in good repair.
Also, a vacant lot flouting )0 Hujb street tkirty-ug
feet, and runauig back -HM feet; a good location for a
building site. Ibis is desirable property, to those
wUhiug Ut net rid of the enormous taxes trial are Ira.
posed upon property holders, and we would earnestly
in v ila those wishing to ta vest to real ex tale to examine
Tanas up ha La. -A credit of one, two end three
years, with in turest from date.
A)jr For further particulars eafl e '' ---v
. L- K. GLASCOCK. V
Jet. ' - - j ' . Heal keMte Agent.
,? :,For Kent. ii.
TIIE desirable residence, No. 21 South Spruce street
A lease caa be bad, to a good tenant. Also, some
new furniture, at iu worth. Aply at this iMtleo or to
Eour:;rr oiBrio.v,- -
augll-tf tin the premises.
. FOR Ri:.NT. . . r .
A NEAT aad coinlorluble dwelling, situated Just
beyond the Nashville aad Cbauaiioua Kailrowd
Ieot,lu H lues's Addition, with a good cattero and
every eonrenienre eceaaary to render it a dcsirahle
reMueoce. appiy to 1.., n. L. IHlVl), Jr.,'
augi3-tf . . . No. 4u CheiTJ at.
FOR REXT.,, i! . :
THAT ELEGANT STORK-HoCKr!, No. 71 east' side
Public bouiire. formeriv oceaniad bv. !.. a.
Co. Possession givon 1n1medu1l.lv. Anotv l .
jyla , UliANhr pKXI, McWHIKX&K 4t CO
luclioneer and General 'Agent,
FOR TIIE SALE OF '
BEAL' ESTATE, iKERCJIlXDISE, .ECE0ES,
t'arnUare, Vehlelea, Stock, eVeM i
Particular atttMtum to Suit f Vtly or Cbvtttry
' ' ' Ihrvperty. '' ' '
Xwrix. akn attend te the' Oaiarriaa ef Aocorm
Norm, Ac, in thai or auy of the aiumaKO cxxSTim
I Dce, Patriot Office CounUug Itoura, where orders cae
be left in my absence. . r fel-
Tim WHIT ETEST FAHILY WA.TS.,. m
AC X in cheap Sewing AUehlae rrio oeiy Xl
to Tliese BUciiinee eeed only b. known to
insure them a place ta almost every family. - To ep
predate you must see, examine and use tlieiaf; Uiare
lore ail wbo want good eheaw Hewing; M minese or
Ceunty Rights foe tlie sale uf the Nettleton A.
MaymoBd l amlly Sewing .Tlavr-I
will pl4i.xt call on the u ideramund . laja aMagHt
fiw Middle and West Tennessee. Kounu ever J. B.
Wwt s Muaw afwe, Leioti atreet. beteeasi College
aad Cherry streets. , . , j - .
B. FartKalajr aUention paid le repairing " ell
kaid lewing Machiuee by aa experieeeed head. - .
' - V. rLEMIXG S Sewing Meraliie lepet. r 1
NaaariIle,TeB., septl-ltwawly - -"--
n ... m. . .... ; t
- domeiom? nevr ana Alee.
(csmt.r, rnrULY, tmatmm koob mnm or rsrioft.J
o lonifrr r 1 j.r-
HAVIN'U prircbiuMd Hie above stand from 1. V.
Witurt, aad r-atted k ia a aeat aad handsome
style, and rvWniiird M eitb Um boat and purest L r, ?
jner., wo mats prvpared ta aus ap' ea -the -aci- J "
eaunc' principle th .1 ehicb will sua the tsilo of acy
oc. A ajter e pubtai PWi; a s-ltcfSad. ' - -l
ATiii:ni: can be had at
J . Tb ..T TtTTTrirt
J JK .f
fiala 1 Ornanrutat Eura in E<lKahicrBt
OLALafrll awes, LUO. IT., t Teuirace; -
Xj UlA fulwtt
Kaitroed wwd PW
t. - a. . . . . ..-a fc.l 1W. ItamllMtt'
ptad fcd.ee WaUitpe. mm eCle-M etkjrrdted so erderloe
tiisviUaiiUM aad hut eraaaiUte, la tart for all Itw Man. - t
aUuwiitr wt-e soay aa k stamp tbetr mte suh
ALirM itpea tbew em K. These ewsaps arc w.rr.1.1
d V) Man J tK'Ter.Uaid.ltraa, Iroe aad eutemiwrwt :
Steel wnitaMit the aiiglJset mjury to the atetap tall.
rwnrb- of ail kwoa mads to order. Jelrv mde
sad re rwd- . r. CU M,
PeaJerck street, a aeer froas the Pabiw tvire.op.
oaae tee lUMaUcaa Passer OOWej
ALIKLI.Y Negro Woman , SS years old , and her
live children, the oldcl a boy It, the next a girl
10 and so on down to an Infuut, will, be sold or ex
changed for other Negroes to some one livins- in iK.
m'(V uiiFi jjiifn t-)VL..
Vy ' - - rill ,. s,. j ,t
Vf i L . ' v rVJ - '" '
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