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SATURDAY M02JOTG, STPTEMBEa 2f , 185
NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS;
Wishing t eoaBA m basine as near aa
possible to the CASH pf Stilt, we have deter
nuned iereaftrr tt oUect oar subscription!,
ritfila tie ilty, &TJABTEILLY. To carry this
ftteriAVaationinto effect, we have placed our
whole city list in th hands of Mr. WILLIAM
GILL, who will make the collections, and also
attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see
that subscribers are served punctually. We
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
all parties. Those who may desire to save them
selves the necessity of making four payments
daring the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
advance for the whole yean
Thb Capitol Exhibition. tt was a happy
thought of the II stories! Soek-ly, that led to
eAiAg up the Exhibition which is now opc-ii
Ut the State' Capitol.' It t -inbract-s a large
proportk'ii cf tbe bt works "of art to be
found In Ibe State. The colh'ction of paint
ing, is one of rare ix-auty anl variety, and
Tvill well repay the outlay lor adniwtion and
Ibe time consumed in vWt. Tht-xe ia
warcdv a rain, wowin or child in tfieeity
who w .ull net Vm; pluascd by a urvuy oi
Ibeae rlictiiw. not t pay beni fitUd. The
rooms are cjku tacit day frum 11 V. M., and
alo at nitt. There w a Land of music u
liaml at, t.ibt, whUi lori!s zt to the occa
sion. We are pleased to know that hwre
tiuinliers of ourciliz- nego uijrlitly. Go ugaui
to-dav aud ta-nifct, one and all.
Atte ptew Iau.akt. About half-past 3
o'clock yeUrJy morning wut; oue or more
of the thieves by which the city twins now iu
festefl, made an effort to -nwr the Jewelry
Store or Tu omah (Howdy. Th-y went to the
backdoor, and Ured through with a vi- w to
remove the bolt w hich r.ftircd it on the iu-id-
In removing Uw U.iL it Ml a-ainst
the wall or Ckvt, ami made a if; which
aroused the clerk w bo va Meqiiii;? iiihido.
The clerk at owe (jot pistol, and prepared
to receive bin uorturual customers wild an
appropriate gre. ling. Th.-y to-.k an alarm,
however, and d-cliued to force thempelvea in
to hi. prenence. They lit disappoint. d, but
w ill probably ciAlirace the fir.-t favorable op
portunity to pay their resp.cU in that or
Home other quartet' of I he city.
Crisp's CJaiktv. To-night the eminent
Comedian, Jo Iu;kw. will make his tenth
appearance l "'is popular r.i-'i t. His b.-ne-
fit last niht was a p-rf-ot ovation; it wsis
of thu ino-t bi illiaut audiene a evT usM-mbled
within the wallsof the theatre; the dress cir
cle was crowded to its utmost capacity with
the finest looking ladiea of Nashvilh in fact
it was perfect bevy of lw ituty. Mr. Dkkw
must have felt highly C"mp!im-ntcd by such
magnificent deinonstvation. To-ni;bt there
is an excellent ent rtainnient offered. First
will be presented the tine comic drama of
Jinrj 01', J'n Dkkw appearing -as Hory.
After a dance by Mis" Wii.ijams the pet foi tit
mice will toneiude with the very laughable
piece of Th' TV,r. John Dkkw personating
the erratic Timothy Too.llep, K q. This Is un
excellent Saturday night's bill, and we may
fXpect another laig house.
Tlie IIIfitorlrMl So-lel' ICxblbttlon
Ml the apttol.
The first cxclatn ttiott of those who visit the
Exhibition of the Historical Society is, ' I had
no idea there were co luany pictureH in Nash
ville." and this astonishment is inert as. d
when they are informed t but tin se ttre only
U part of those pxMures ou tied by tli'e p-r-aons
who were so liberal as to lend tln:tu only
tho.se pictures being chosen which had histor
ical interest, or artistic beauty to recommend
them niinib rs are still iefl "at home." Be
pidos thi there are mini -rous jii.-iuivs which
the owners, for reaso.is doubtless good to
themselves, were unwilling to lend. Soin of
these are of 'groat beauty, and the Society re
gret mucli their inalriiity to show tlieni to t in;
public. Still those paintings! wliieh nre in the
Kxhibitiou fully coinpcusi.te iu number and
quality for nil regrets which m :y ari-e fr
thos.s which rni-iht b-' there. Nearly if.1i) pic
tures, over half of which are oil painting-i,
reet the eye on entering the dior. besiiles
nine cases of curiosiiies aud a uutulM-r of busts,
Btatti.-ttes. grioip-i of stattiary, Ac.
Among the oil p-ibning, tin portraits pre
dominate t-oiiiew hut iu imuilier. but tiii.s.;
piilutinirs which r. prefent lanrtscnpi's, so -ne-rJ'
3"lTt ubjeets, copiea of some plelur. a by
the old masters, although not posses -ing
the witto hisloi'tcal interest as the portrait,
are more pK uMng to the lover ol art and can
Ik; eujoyt-d without a constant reference to
history, or the dry details of state piiMr..
"There nre on etail'iUM soiiiii picluris of
landsoap , scenery, Ao.. of great vn I whc!i
will be part.cut txi.ed in our im ig'rtary "voy
age round the room' CoinmeiK'ing at the
left ha ul side as you enter the ilo.ir nre lt,
river scenes li tltt on tlte tablo, aid! which
though not jioss.-ssing a iy ji.u licular ntirit,
ar; r-t ill pleasing to the eye; ii.tagl.ifj iii t!i
c ir.HT, ovor a p-irlrait tf iv. Jih:iii, :t
lilll.' s a-siioro p.coi: of which Ih'i same may
bd aaiil; then iusM : th ; railing, slill m th:
left aide, and p.is-diig a li'.tl: water c-idor
I:itch lisliiag lxut eciltf le.tnidg aganlst
he railing which has great m- iit in ex-
etiition, though noue in doiu. we com"
ot Ihe lirst picture f renl iu. rit, a lake
HJiM'i helouin-; to Mijor lleitnan, paml d ly
Urauni T; the distance very well done, the
water traii-'p ireut arnl the foreground on I he
lix'ut lun. I aid.) is well slr.i leil; Ihesky and ila
refl -cti.ei in th" water prcHciit very will tho
appMruuce of an April shower clearing "IT in
t:ie dista.ice, the sun (hilling hriK'Uly f.uin the
right hu.ul aide, ll.tngiiig ah nc ia a c title
scene, a, i M picture tif griat nii i it ; lying
Ik'I hv o:i the tahle ! a r preseuiviou f hu
old E fgli-ih liut.oii the Imuk of a ni ill riv r
it ha a very plc.tslng appearance, the digii
li goinl and the e.Xi culiou, though rough, is
very etl'.ctice. Next we have a copy trotn
Landseer's Dogs at Law ; the coloring Is al
together too bright, but the drawing is very
good; theexprewioiiot the f.tceof the venera
ble judge is truly diguilied.catur'aaa summer
morning," as he lays d wti the law. AUive
this hangs a small oval picture which, w ith !
fellow on the left h of the catile scene, bi'
longi to Sincl iir Morg.ia, Bkj. The paiuter
ol these is unknown, twit lht-y ant of a very
high order; they lajtii represent pic-uic scene
under the old time; froui luiiw tew H-culiari-ttes
the writer supposes tueiu lo be Italian
scenes; their extreme m 'llownesa of tone,
fine drawing perpectivc,lhe judicious distribu
tion of light.us w ll as the vnri. l action of the
lium-ToiM tig-ires, render tin m. will worihv
ol a clo.v f.Viim.isatioii ly cvciy i ivr of gonl
jiainlin; il U a piiy liny nre not lower
down on ihe va.l. Liuviug ihe liltl. jew
els we come to an old Judith and llolofrrues,
that U kThap4 only coiuuiendaUle for being
old, although it bus merit. Next to it ia a
beautiful lithograph of a recite in I'aul and
Virginia, a lovely French picture. Nut to
this is a large picture of Charity, which is oue
of the very tim et ou exhibition, belonging
to Torn Soilih, E-q, and is a copy of oue of
tbe old Italian Masters (Guido Ulni;) the
heavenly aercuity of counteuauce is exquisite
ly rendered aud the beautiful finish aud mel
low tou of color, render it a great object of
. ,ttractioa, and woi UiHy so, Theaa remark.
' however, mut eloso f r th p resect. W III
x ume our tiip to-morruw. . , , ...j
a;.: --.. ClCX0.'
r YlEAtfy fcY Gxspanding the Air. One of
&e Ww buildings ia Hawk street, says the
Albany Knickerbocker, ia not only to be light
w but heated with gas.' The plan adopted ia
ihe one got oat by Calvin Pepper. Esq., of this
city. The iron work will be done up at. the
Eagle Furnace. Mr. Pepper gets up hia heat
by pacing gaa through sand. If the gaa be
directed into the body of the sand it will in
stantly diffuse iteelf through the entire mass,
and, raising to the surface, may, with perfect
safety, be instantly pet on fire with a match,
the flame covering the whole surface of the
sand with a pure flame, without einoke, no
matter how large the exteut of the flame, and
with perfect and complete combustion. The
beat ia almost instantaneously diffused
through the entire mass of Hind, heating it
equally throughout, and reqniriiig but one
minute of time to heat the sand to such in
t ne temperature that it will retain ita heat
for hours after the gas is shut off and the light
extinguished. Tecre can be no doubt that the
gas r quired to light a room will also be suf
ficient to heat it. Mr. Pepper claims that two
cents worth of gaa will make a sufficient
quantity of rand rid-hot to keep a room warm
ia winter eight hours. If thin be so, it will be
seen that our fuel expenses can be reduced to
ahut fifty cent a week.
Catt. W. R. I5jiad.t4. It will be remcm-b-red
that sometime since, this gentleman
fct a private wldier near Fort Belknap,
Texats. At that tune a paragraph appeared
ia one ef the San Antonio papers, -vhich was
ext isivey copied throughout the country,
reflecting upon Capt. BtunreTE. Since then
the ae baa undergone on examination before
a Court of Inquiry, the result of which was
the aequital of Capt. B. and bis entire
exoneration from blame. Vv'e lutye ceen a
letter from Capt. 11. to a relative in this
city, in which he states the tact. The
munerous friends of the gallant officer and
aoldb-r will receive the information with much
satisfaction. He is now iu command of Fort
p?T" Uayard Taylor says that sunshine,
which thousands f American females si-emed
to tear worse than the '-lake of fire and brim
stone' ia the greatest cosmetic iu nature
indeed, the only one. Heauty of the com
plexion is as much dependent on its influence
av are the tints of the rose or the fragrance of
j:ff Looking out of the window one sum
mer evening, Luther saw on a tree at hand a
little bird making his brief and easy disposi
tion for a night's rest. "Look,'' said lie, "how
that little fellow preaches faith to us all! Ik
takes hold of his twig, tucks his head under
his wing, and goes to sleep, leaving God to
think for him!''
gulf A newly Issued S.I note on the North
Western Bank of Wheeling, Va.. has appeared.
It bears a moot striking resemblance lo the
genuine, and is easily imposed on the public.
It may lie detected by noticing the wordius
in the baud of the right hand vignette, which
is upside down.
To Task Ink our oh Lixkn. Editors and
clerks will learn with pleasure that to take a
piece of tallow, melt it, and dip the spotted
part of the linen into the melt, d tallow, the
linen may be washed and the spot will disap
pear without injuring the linen.
jrfr- Dr. Satuu 1 Tynt c, of J ffrnvjlle,
Va., has jtir-t compli t.-tl the unxli-1 f a paw
mill emlirucing an iniprovt ment wliieh is the
n.-ult of his own t-kill ttinl di.-eovery, ly
wliirh one n'Voliition of thf water-wheel
in.iki.B two i-tioLtM with the ?aw,
Alexander Voti Hunilolilt entereil
his iiin-li'lh yar on Tuewl.iy, the lblh
iiift. It m-eniH a il riovid.Bfe delight to
piolon a life which h:m heeu n nol)y tlevoUtl
to trutli, science, and humanity.
What d' Hie old-ta.iiniit'd D moerats
think of the fuct th'it the I'leinncratio caii'li
Int .- fort'onri Fsin Mr. luchaiiang home ill.
trict, (I.ancaUr, i'a.,isau avowed High 1'ro-
tictive Talilf Uiau !
Lai kkxt J. iit;t K, an iniiHiit lawyer
ami iHiliticiatl ot Louisiana, diel on tin: lblh
1 . .
inst., at iiih nwuMice at rass c-nriaiiau, in tue
4ul year of Lis age.
IioltBKItV OK THE UXIO.V IiAXK. KiXBKRHOOK,
X. Y. Tlie Union IJank of Kitidcrhook wan
liurlariotmly entt-rttl WrdntMlay nij;!it and
nW-il of from $ 6,0CO to $8,000.
CMFTUX, ALUUIUHT A CO.,
AVholrealt and Retail (lothins House,
.Yo. lo Cellar tret, Xnhville. Tain.
We tuke this iuetlnxl of iufoi ruing tlie resi
dents and sojourners of N.tsf.ville, that our
slock ot Fai.i. AN1 Wixtek Ci.OTiuvo in now
complete, a'id we ur receiving all the Xeie
M'lts iVtdii tin? Eistcrn niai kct, embracing
rrrry nrietif of GrntleiittH Aj-p'trel, which WC
are oliVring at vtitr l.ow katks pok Cash !
I Our stuck is kept completo pp hetetofore.
hy t'oiislant jiiiiclmse iuitd.liy a liienilnT ol
tint lir'ii, itsuleitt of l luLidiljihta, whose long ex
liirhce umiyietil faciltlits. alii rd every advan
tage for the feh-ctimi if choice Good. f)ur
aim is lo give our patrons at good a variety
I of tihiumiblt uwm to K'K'Ct irom as any other
I City tn tlie Unitm and we respectfully Mtlicit a
J cull from luiyerf, for an opiaTtuutty to ciMi
iuce tin-in that tlie Isirtjrtf ami LcM At-rA of
(iooth. ever openctl iu Xai-hville, is at Xo. 15
Cedur tdrect. rie:t call and examine.
Cl.IT, Al BKl'JHT L Co.
I. S. We are the only Ayent in X.ohville
fir Thomas 0. IMano A t'i.V celehrated Lins
l'lii-ntiiVKKH. which are io adjured in the lin
ing ot th Vest an lo l? of no more inconve
nience than ihe ordiuary wadding. It has
ouly to leei ii to be admired. Their hither
to rapid eale is the U.-t auranc of their
Ritkm ivn Srixtw f Inskcts. As a remedy
againt the biles aud itiug of iuecti, and of
all poiiMUiuus reptiles, the ouly reliable arti
cle vet Invented is Dr. 1raou's Abcth: Lini
mknt. Such are il pcnolral'ng aud diufc-ct-ing
projMTties, thai. n matb-r how virulent
niay ! the piii-on from itmbitc orsliug, this j
Liniment ut once reneliei I he seat of venom,
however deep, and neutralize am! extracts
it. With lirag's Arctic Liniment at hand
the bile of a rattleritake is as harmless as that
of a gnat. Il Jo overcom- s the virus from
tho bile of a mod dog. This admirable Lini
ment ia No infallible in curing ail thone dia-caix-s
of men aud auiuials ah re Liniineut
is this proper remedy, and in not equaled by
uny stichart:cle ever invented. It i likcaiM
tnl'iHitd-! i.i l.l roving mvM.am ia. to
vni it catlU are picuiiuiiy tiaole ta walueru
For sale iu Xa.-hi ille, Tcnu . by Lki.i t A,
Au agent wanted In every towu and village.
Application ehould be miole lo Lragg X Lur
roaes, iit. Iuls, Ma, and mut-t always be c
eonipanit'd by gjod rclerviicc . .
tireatt Uargalas at No. 5ti rublle
We will offer our entlr stock of good at
cost, forcaah only, for a few Jays to make
rexnn for our Fall Stock- Now is the time for
everybody to get cheap goods. CU ioa or
jou wiUniiss the chance. '
jy27. - I.C. NICHOLSON & CO.
'IfS For floe Pocket and Table Cutlery
call on UuCatx, Vaxiaa 4 Co.
5IAVOBALTY. , f ', '
We are aotborted to annoonce RAXDAL W.
MacGAVOCK u a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing
election. . , sept22-4 -MS"
We are aotborizi'd t annoonce jCol. W. H.
HORX as a candidate for Maj or at the ensuing elec
tion. aept6-te j
We are anthoriaed to aanounee P. C. GOD
SUAIX aa a can did at for Mayor of the city at the
pfiroaching election. septl-te '
MIT We . are authorize to announ e THOS. J.
HAILE, Eq., ae a candidMte for Mayor of this city s '
the ebsuftig toiunlclia) v)4ctiuti. , " J agl9-te
. THIRD WA.KD.
MIT We are author leod to announce W. W. FINN
as a candidate Tor Alderman in the Third Ward , at the
ensuing election. sept2'2-tc
Mi We are authorized to announce JAMES M.HAU
ILTOX as a can.date for Alderman In the 4th Ward,
at the ensuing lection. aug"-te
SW We are authorized to announce S. N. HOL
LINUAWGHTH as a candidate for Alderman in the 5th
We are authorized lo announce JOHX A.
FLSHEK as a candidate for Alderman ia the 6th Ward ,
at t2ie ensuing eloction. aug24-te
KM We are authorized to announce I.'AAC PAUL
aa a candidate for Alderman in the Tth Ward, at the
easoing electiou. gepU-te
We are authunzed to announce Ir. A'. A.
HATCTIER as a candidate for Alderman iu the 8 lb
Ward , at the ensuing election. eepl4-te
ID" We are authorized to announce HERMAN COX
as a candidate for Alderman iu the 8th Ward,
. We are aut uorimd to announce S. J. BCCKLEY
as a c:indidato for Councilman iu the First Ward, at
Uie ensuing eloction. - 8cnt24-te
MTg- Wo are authorized to announce J. V. GILBERT
as a candidate for Councilman Iu the Second Ward at
the ensuing election. Bopll-te
MW We are authorized to announce JOHN" W.
COLEMAN' as a candidate for Councilman in the 2nd
MJT We are authorized to announce W. R. PKMUM
BKA.N'Eas n camtidate for Councilman in the Second
Ward , at thu ensuing election. augO-te
SV-Voare authorized to announce E. H. EAST
a a candidate for Couucilmun in the Third Ward, at
the ensuing election.
f, We are authorized to announce WIIilAH T.
IlLGIll- as a caudidate for Councilman iu the Fourth
Ward, at the ensuing election. septl7-te
Ai We are authorized to announce DAVID H.
WARE as acandidale for Councilman ia thu 4th Ward,
at the ensuing election. septJ-te
4Td We are authorized to anuouuee C. E. II. MAR
TIN as a candidate for Councilman iu thu 4th Ward at
h earfuing election 'augltt-te
MO- Wo are authorized to announce J. C. DARDEN
as a candidate for Councilman in the 6tl Ward, at the
ensiling election. aiig-t:-te
r We are authorized to announce t'r. JOHN' L.
CHEATHAM ag a candidate for for Councilman iu the
Filth Ward, at the ensuing election. septlO-to
- We are authorized to announce JAS. R. BRUCE
an a candidate for Councilman iu the Sixth Ward, at
the ensuing election. sepu'4-te
r We are authorized to announce U. C. UltANS
FollI), as a cam'.idatu for Councilman iu the 6Ui Ward.
Ma" We are authorized to announce B. F. MOSFXY
as a candidate for Councilman iu the Seventh Ward,
at the ensuing election. neptl3-te
H3-Veare authorized to aniiounre IRA F. JUNES
ad a candidate for Councilman in the 6th Ward, at the
enauiug election. supt2-te
AJjJ" w'e are authorized tn announce C. H. CON'tiER
as a candidate for Councilman iu the 8th Ward, at the
ensuing elect. ou. augJ3-to
For Irenlt Court Judge,
We are authorized to announce SAMUEL M. KITE,
Exj., of Carthge, as a candidate for Circuit Court
Juiiga in the Sixth Judicial Iu-trit, conip.Ktl of the
couiitis8 of Smith, Jrti kcon, Mucon, IVKalb anl l'ut
Rock City Mills.
J. U. KAir.MA A- Co., Vroprlelor.
r E. HA l' MAN & CO., Manufacturer of ROCK CITY
tl Kl.Ol U. a-ill pay tho lii(,'li.-Kt price at ail times,
lor u ni'ui aii'i i.orii, at iiieir .Mills, corner or uu and
Cherry btrei-ts, .Nastiviln-, Ieiiu.
KETAIL PEICE OF I'LOTTK.
Krom ami alter this date, until fin ther notice the
lri a oi
Exiiii l-ainily Klour..S'J 50
t ine J-limr 2 HO
Fine Hi an 60
Mixol I ti an 6u
('arse Itran 40
Coi n .Meal 00c Y bushel.
rnlolie.l 2 fn
All articles fold by the undersigned deliverable at
nny iai:c m the city tree ofcharge. lieu selling by
l1"' 'i'luntity, their rate of discount is 10 er rent from
retail orii es. J. E. BAL MAN A CO.
INotliliiK elae dors me sny tiood.
k s caktkr C. 11., S. C, May, 1H5.
Dr. C M. Jarkurn, fhiUidAhia-.Utar Sir: I
have been ulllii led with liysiepsia for a number .f
yeaia, and until three years since I could And nothing
which would atlor'l roe relief. Fortunately, for me, I
heard of Ir. lloollaod's (Jerman Biiters, and thouglit
I would try them, nut however, with much faith that
I should he benefitted by their use.
To my surprise 1 found that on taking a few i!om- I
was relieved of the pain ill my side and chest, my ap
petite became good, I gained strength, and in fact felt
stronger and in better health thnn I had for a long
t.iuc. I do uot allow mysolf to be out of tho Bitters,
If I can obtain them, for miking tUe dues me any good.
I urn willing at all tunes ami ready to slate my case to
any one who may wi.th to know the lull arti ulais,
and Rhall with pleasure recommend tli m to all who
may bwalltu led with liyepei.a or l.tver Complaint,
lir I lielM-v if any thing will give them relief they
will tw relieved by llixdlaud'a Gurniaii Hitters. Ma
ny iersoii8 in this district have uwl the Bitiers with
heiietli-ral results, ami I lnvc no doubt you could get
a ninnl'er of certiliciites were you to a.-ii tliein, for lo
my i rtniii knowledge ipnic a iiiiiuher have been very
tnri h tiem lit'i' t by tlie inK-ot your medicine.
I almost lorgot lo mention tiiat my (laughir, about
six years of a'e, w.i om ed ol JauU'iio- by Hood md's
Cieiui.iu B.ttais. 1 think hxi to mrnuon his, aa I
have never know u th.'iu ued iu any wtuer caae of
tlio kind. HeHN-ctlully Nourn,
A. JULES, Silversmith.
AVitneMi, J. I). ClkVi.
'or sale at the Principal (JUlce, 418 Arch St., Phila
delphia, ami are fold by druggu-U and store keepers
In every town and village iu the Culled Slates, Cana
da, WchI ludies, and (south Aiuera-a, at 76 cents per
tiolile. See that the signature of C. M. Jackson U on
the wrapper of each bottle. aepl-lm
ItA.NK OF COM3I EUC11.
MAsnviU-i, Tc5!t., Anguat 21st, 1858.
This Bank has removed t the coruer opposite the
Planters' llauk, iu lb old Colon lUuk building. The
building formerly tutu pied by the Bank of Commerce
Is f r Kent ou favorable terms. Apply soou, If you
Waul it, to
aug;a tf JNO. D. JAMES.
iit. iil.t;j oisii::vauv
VMl PItlVATE DISIiASES.
frfi 1stXa K I Ni, formerly of New Yivk, for
IjjC Ul" '""r years of Uiuiaviiie, Ken
iK) , aou who tuts devoted bis attention to ll treat
mem o private diM-aaes for over oo ysars, Oatlurs
hiiu l:, having aueuded ! a pnti'tMre fur so many
year. , and cured o ntaiy tuouaands, be la eliablmt lo
cure all iiiwwn ot a private nauire, an matter how
bail they may b Irom ilijiUiCK-o Bi'.h 1 u ratiuent,
nr i.miu riegiM't o their tintrn. lr. aini;' Itrpeusrt
is .u Ualwoderak lrl, loketi C'l.rri oixl tue
taai e, r-eud atoi y , where Im ciiii i all nut-ax c ot a
pi tvu italure.
inoutuiu cured without nauaeious mediciB or lit
lertervnca anh buaiueMi.
.rHjCTis ol old or recent dale, ftectuall cured la
a few days, by aa operauon wha;b caunc no pain.
W here a e4rlcture ekiata bealia cannot l eujuyod.
I"vrbps ao daMM causes niorv luucbtof aud budcr
mui'a the eoiuititiou ao macti.
Mraua, wiih ail ll ilnwit of the skui, growing
oat oi nvKlett or bad treatment, cau tx unVvluaily
cured m a lew d ys.
caauiaL U aaanaw IVrtirolar attention having bsea
given to ni diasaoe, and ail tn couueii jruw
.ug out ol it, brought oa In nutiiy o.c by Uie ie
l u'tive habits iA uiconi.tirau Vowtiu a.ot t --s-
111 ludilgerikof Hie a,iilolt, a Be;t.- l ut I. 1 14 t 111
kuuiTniiur UK 0usi.U.lu, ro'.elefaiu tne iil'j'C ill. Ut
(tr ou.-it.cfor ia-' ,jia uiurinf irviuiitirvuiii ae.
- I iihtra who lu Ihi lalnxiog w a.i any aii:.i nil) J
IT Umub ma) retaaiiarrd ol mi i.w aw rt I.
I'e...ii roidag abruul, by araibii and aiatuig
tlie ii caau, waa a liMncueJ, iiireeUJ to lr. A. king,
Na. -i lrartk straet, Naidiville, Icon., will liave
tae now; uiKlKiuariii Ui their a I'liiu, wiUU u
u, ry airnlKHui. Mint fc.cti.ey ntntevved. dOkrw
buurafttMU V o'clock ia tUe tuorauig until S la tbe
i - : ; lUajrJuWiaaawl
Prepared by Pr.jAH. WILLI A MM, for tbe cure of DYSS
prj-Y, and aothmg but UYllJ'SY, (aj adverbsed hi
aauthur cola am J baa, by iu ewa turriu.obUiacd for
iu U so hU a reputauoa la Pb-Uavlbia, that l'oys
cians acualule4 Willi Its properties, are uains; itlbcea
selvreaad pwcjbo.i a t Ur ssuaMiW,eteruKel,
by benrvmuMi,or Iu gteet eHkcy ta roauwig tbe
disordered digiuve orgaaeto a boalthy fautu.
mrvia saeseaf Pyspepay, mt U imxx acrstail
character, hicU ters sbaaWcl'ae parable by
some of the sledKal Faculty, have, by lAe tbe cf this
.rlir.bacs reture4 lo pert X4 bcaUh, aatuutJ ci
59 Ccltgrapl). -j
New Obleavs. Sept. 24." Deaths from yel- j
low fever yetterday 7C
New Orleaxs, Sept. 24. Shipa Golden
Cross" from Valencia, "James Neemith" from
Boston, Cybil" from Bordeaux and .bark
"Union" from iioeton. - ? - .r-i
market bjr Xeleerapb.
New Orleans, Sept. 24. Cotton Sales to
day 4000 bales, low middling 11J1H. mid
dling 1212, good middling 1212f, sales
of the week 30,000 bale?, receipt of the week
28.550 bale, gtock at New Orleans 71,360
balea, receipts ahead of last year 37.485 bales;
uuoi . 4, jiv.wo, c.vn ucn, oo, x wiu uuu,
$5 25; Coin dull, C5: Provisions bare a de- 1
Clininir tendency. Quotations nominal: Lard
H-elinwl- PnHW lllJll cU nf tho week
declined, UoHee lOaJll, sales or the weeK
5,500 bajr". utoct at .Sew Orleans 2,400 bags,
against 117,000 bags last year; Jrreiirnts to
fE CKLKBHATKD nOLLAND REMEDY fOi
DISEASE OF THE KIDXETS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the yarious attection? consequent upon a disor
Stomach or Liver,
Snch as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Chollc
Pains. Heartburn, Loss of Appetite. Despondency,
Costiveness, Blind anil Bleeding Piles. In oil Ner
vous Rheumatic, and euraigic Allectinns, it has. id
numerous instances, proved highly beucticuti, aud in
others etlocted a decided :ure.
This is a purelv vegetable compound, prepared on
strict!' scientific principles after tlie luanner of l!i(
cifli-brated Holland professor, Boerhave. Because ol
its great success in most of the European States, it
introduction into the I ulted Stales was intended mor
ese-uilly for those of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the face of this mighty country
Meeting with great success among them, I now otte
it to the American public, knowing that its truly won
derful inedicmal virtues muslbe acknowledged.
It is iiarticulariy recommended to tho.se iierson
whose constitutions ma V have been impaired bv t b
continuous usu of ardent goirils, or other forms ol dig
si;ati'ii. O'liW -I'ly instantaneous in ellect. It luids its
way direct lo (ho sent ol iile, lurilluig aud quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and,
in i.k-1. inl'iisiiig new heulth aiei vii;cr in thu system.
Milll h whoever expects to und this a bevera
will be Preappointed; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it will prove a grate ful aromatic cordial
possessod of singular reineuial properties.
C A I' T I tt y .
The great popularity of Una deiiglitful Aroma ha
induced many imitations, winch the public slioul
guard agamst purchasing. Be uot crsuaded to bu
anything u'ee until you have given Bocrhave's Ho
laud Bitters a tair trial. One rmt tie will convince yo
how infinitely superior it is to all these imitations.
MS" Nild at $1 er bottle, or six bottles for So,
THE SOLE PROPRIETOR.
KKJA.HI' K, Jr., A: CO.,
llanulacluring Pharmaceutists uul t.'houiLsis,
Pold by Krupgists generally throughout the United
Slates aud Canadas.
Mm" Sold in Nashville bv
EW1N, PEM'IJ-nOV CO., Wholesale Ag't
w. v. ntiirtr iit..Mj UJ.f.,
IT. A. 11. P.OCuE,
JO. ti. BROWN",
DE.MOVII.I.E A- BKI I.,
;. W. MENIiKliSHOlT,
lr. T. WEIJ.
WEIJ-S, liool ER CO.,
BK.1XH 4 HUNTER.
Anl by Iiruggists generally throughout the rlaie
a pun dA-wly
J.tMF-S JOHSOX. , A. J. COLS.
A XWJZS 7.0117aSO?a V W).,
(Successors to Johnson, Weaver t 0.,)
GROCERS. .'OMISSION AND FORWARDING
Cotton and Produce Generally,
20 and 31 market Street.
r 'HE undersigned having purchased the interest of
A 1'. w eawr will continue the Warehouse business
at thu old eland.
Fepl-InnUw tur A. J. CoI.E.
IS38. Fall and Wiuter. 1S5S.
IHAVK now in Store one of the larte.t and bst
sidTted slocks of KTRMSMKi (ionlis ever brought
to tn.trl.-et, ronsistine i:i p.irt of
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, with and without
Collars, While ;tllil C'doreil
Cross and Diagonal Plait Shirts, or every sixe
and stvle, wurraned to (it.
Underwear, of Cashmere S'.iiikor Flannel, Meri
no. l.-iniV Wool, Ae , A-c ,
Buckskin Cnderstnrts and Iirawers. -'
Half Hose; Cashmere, Iamb's Wool, Brown and
Willie Coll.. II.
Gloves Alexander's Kid, Silk, Buck, Cloth and
Ties, Scarfs, H.milkercbiefs, SUks, Ac.
Traveling Shawls, every size, style and price.
Traveling Jackets aud Caps.
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valises, of all styles and
Tanav Goods. Backgammon Boards, Ivory and
Wood Chessmen; Ivory, Buffalo and Horn Combs;
Hair, Cioih and Nail Brushos; iihaviug Mirrors; 1'ort
Monnies; Sleeve and Vert Buttons; ferfumery; Rog
ers' Pocket Knives and Scirsors, ic.
Person wishing b.trgain in any of tbe above
named articles would do well to call at
J. 11. McGilX'S,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing k Fancy Goods,
Corner College etrce: and I'ublic Square.
Flute ami r.ult;i.
THE subscriber proposes to form a Class in this
Oir, for the purpose of Riving tnlructions iion
the FLUTE and Gl'ITAK. Persons deairitig to Join a
clas, upou either of these instruments, will please
leave their orders at the Music Store of J. M. Mr iurs
or Jno. B. West or Benson k Co. He submils tbe
lollowinK recommendation for tbe satisfaction of
those who do not know him. H. I. FARilKR.
Coi.rjUdA, Aug. 1SS
Ma. Farmkw: T tnke rrrat pleasure in recommend,
ine you a a teacher of Muric, and 1 a-ure y ou tliat
I hiive been very mucli i lca'Pj with tlie progress in
my son Alfreit, tuiik'ht by you.
Respect: ui;y, T. Kt'I'U ADAM.
Cutlrr Crackers, Dyspeptic Crackeri
Sasar " Spiw . lt
Boston rrtam M
ALL WAB RANTED OF THE BEST QCAL1TV.
PIUCK l.-"T sentoa application. Very low rate
to WUolcsala Husea porchasmg ia quantities.
Tss. t'lni-mnau kefernre idum b nt, ond
QuA rratil.'eii on leceiplnf roo:.
j. v. roflPi it,
North east corner Walnut and Water sir-f,
septI-Sm Cincinnati, C'U.o.
TlieCheapcbtaiid 3Iost Ileliable
Ague Itemed y iu the 'World.
Graffrn'jur' Tttr ucd Anc Bfinrdj!
riHI-4 midlrinedoes uot cohIa.q one pat Oris of aua
X era! or ot.Vr i'ljurint minLxnre of any kind. It
repeven Hi- ..link . I iri-, an.i it i niiiatiWd c for
a sho; I t.tui rt . iti:T'i. i. ta . -weiM iii-i reiinei c aoy
Lll- !. I.. :: Up II.. , lu. I.. ..u;i. .int.
run i; v (i:'o.
He her -by eeri.iy l i.il I. are ru n:ltd l'.e
t.ie i.iir rrvvr iu.i .?c K. ie ly m a ei.v- m
syu.Uon AUi . i. 1. 1: lie aualjri, and btve a! l-aU4
its eurativs qual ta m sv:ral rases of lulormltleat
Fever.. We lake gre.t ptriubire Ui aayuig that a has
provl completely Si.ecek--f.il, and tiiat it ia a Must
klllfolly r.rtoiuu.!e ren"ry. It nnm exert a usoet
bei.efk ial inuWbi- m all . u c. lis leuic rvu
crlca are iuiuu..iw ao l highly salutary, and H M
ta.i.' .r' ii'sace c.ii j.teiM. uf our bretaren bf tlte
Mcuiuai F-u-ai!) aud 4 the Pubtw.
Ka A Mamt, M. Kt York; Ca as. W. Ita
vtLOaa,M. P Wtw-twa; W. . mh,,mx, u. p.,
lUinuu, Ytt-e. J. M o, M-saowii; W. C
h.rmii.i.s, r. I'., N. II ;Ja. T. Virrs, U I' , lndna;
J U. raau'bTt. U. P.jfahf irata; W. G. As)
o, U. !., Lttua. v . A. MAOKSZ1E.
. srpttf-tt : ' . .aai.vtil, -
Ow Roif are at the Cuaatuug Raoja of "
jkieCalU-Vanlcer ste Co
44 th Market wtrWt.i
fHfIC indrbtsd will pWajbecaO aa ur 'buaeee;
X m " bo cU:4 WitaiMit aciay.
- I from At If em 6rUiu Picayviu, Sept. 21
. COTTON. They receipts of;cotton yester
day were aa follows ..,
By eteamboat UaDgnolia..'.,;,.. bales. 3.92S
" Bailie Kotimson MI
" Republc , 1 60
( rnoceM.... ... ... .............. o,o
Ktw Orleans iriarliet.
New OatJCAit8,Sept; 20, P. M. -I
.'0TT0N" The demand has been active again to-day
and although the supply was light, the sales have
amounted to about 0.000 bales. Prices are very full.
vui wunoui any quoi&oie aavance. ana we repeat
' ... I
Inferior (old crop) ft & ti I
Ordinary (old crop) 83
fOon orainary old crop) 10 r)lo4
Iu)w Middling (new crop) JS11
Middling (new crop)
woa nauang new cropi
Middling Fair (new crop) 12j12X
wi ucw JyJ ........................ .
STTGAR The market is verv dull and sales confined
to a few small kite. Fair to fully fair 7,H'SSic. & ft.
Throe hhds. of the new crop, the tirst of the season
arrived this morning, from Murrell's Tally Ho planta
tion, Parish of Interville, consigned to C. Tate & Co.
They are dry, of good color and grain, and are held
ai ioc. f( r&. ue nrst receipt last year was on tne
rived from Murrell's plantation this morning and were
soia at Hhc. ? gallon.
BACON We notice pales of 15 cask ribbed Sides at
9uc and 86 of Shoulders at'c ft ft-
LAHD We are still without any transactions to re
port. WHISKY Market heavy. The sales include 360
bbls. Haw at the reduced rate of 24c. t gallon.
COFFEE &Ucs 129 bags at lOXc. and 50 at 11c.
H. 1. UIa.VSCOCIv, .
Auctioneer and General Agent,
FOR THE SALE OF
REAL ESTATE, MERCHANDISE, XEGROES,
F urniture, Vehicles, Mock, kc,
Particular attention to Sales of City or Country
f" WIIX also attend to the Couxcnse of Acmnm
X Notkm, Ac, iu this or any cf the ahjoimm; coi-ynw
4llH.f Put riiil I lllii-A (inrtf intr Riuim vlirftnnlMrsr.'tll
be left in my absence. ' jeT
Valuable City Lots,
Situated on Market and Summer Streets,
At VutoVic Sale.
On Saturday, October 9th, 1858,
A T the Court House gate, I will otter fur sale that
J. A. valuable Business Lot. irontuig
I III j -two feet on Market afreet,
and running buck 10S ft'i-t, and a!ioinin the Store
hou.-e formerly occupied by Morris tt Matthews.
Tliis Lot will bo (llvilolorsoM all tog-ther to sun pur-
cluifcrR. The locality will ut once commend itsell to
caiutlii-ts, or t the business mm an having sr.perior
ttlvaulagcii Uanv thai ha-e linen ir inav be oto-red
for Home lime to comtt It ir toa necessury for us to
remind them that llu ro are if an v, U'tH tliat can
be bought on tlixt street, and now i their la.-t chance
to establish themselves ou the most eligible business
Ftret't in the C.tv.
I will niso Fell at the s.im time and place 107 'eet
Attire Corner of t;ay and Summer t.,
suitable for private repicloiiceR, being situate 1 in a
thriving and desirable portion ol tin- city. 1 ins prop
erty will be divided into three loH, T sold all toueth-
er if desired. The proximity ol these lots to the bus
mess part of the city tiiiikw them very desirable lor
business meu. ami 1 would earnestly call the atten
tion of the public to Cie.su sales as offering rare in
ducements. Tkiims or Saik. A ere. lit of one. two and three
years, with notes well euJorsed. wyahle in Bank.
bearing mtereet from date, and a lien retimed.
E K. (i.A-CJt a.
Fepl'Jl-td Real Estate Agent.
I AM otTuriiig at privato Sale, until the inh of Octo
ber next, two beautiful Builrtiug Li'ls, situuU'd on
tne Franklin piice. ir prure uroet. Just beyond
Broad, free from taxation, and in oue of the most de
sirable neighborhoods in tho city. Said Iits lront
eaeh feet ou Spruce street, ruunmg back lib l"et
to a 10 fpi allev. e will give u bargain in these
low, and if nt sdd by that Umu will be oifered at
public sale at the Court H ni.a gate.
t'r turtuer larucu.ars enquire of
. . h- H. U1.ASCOCK.
sept21-tf Kunl EsUt. Agent.
Valuable Free-Soil Property
TOR SAL. 12.
T WH.I, sell the house ami lot at present occupied
and owned by Wm. T. Mosby, situated on Higb
street. South Nashville, fronting sixty feet, and run-
lung back two hundred. The house is a brick, with
all oiher necessary out buildings, all in good repair.
Atfo,a vacant lot fronting on High street thirty-six
feet, and running back tftm feet: a good lis-ation for a
building site. This is desirable proerty, V those
wislilug to get rid ot the enormous taxes that ure im-
posed upon property holders, and we would earnestly
ivite those wishing to invest in real estate to examine
Tkrhs or Saijc A credit of one, two and three
years, wna interest irom date.
Mf For further particulars call eg
E. R. CICSCOCK,
JeT. Real Fstvte Ageut.
100 BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
DILLON' & CO., 15 College St.
1 00 BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
MI AON 4: CO., 15 College St.
lOO BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
MI AON & CO., 15 College St
100 BAGS BALTTMOKK COFFEE, lor sale chenp by
M1JA & CO., 16 College t.
lOO BAGS BALTIMORK COFFEE, for snle cheap by
MI AON A- CO , 15 Oillegest
1 00 BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
MLLoN fc CO., 15 College st.
10O BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
MLLOV k CO., 15 College st.
iOO BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sa'e cheap by
aug-25-tf MI AON A CO., 15 College st
HCliH W CRJtA. W. Hoor-KR HAKR1S.
I-iie of McCrea k Terrass. Iata .f IL B. Morrt ft Co.
UUGU McCUEA CO.,
(Succewors to II. B. Morris ft Co.,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COjimSSION
a.vo iiaatEKS l.t
Foreign and Domestic .Liquors,
Hos. S and 15 Market Street,
XAS II VILLF, TEXXESSEE,
T T AVE ou hand and offer to the trade on reusona-
X A hie terms the f liowing articles, aud will be In
ooiu-iani receipt oi iresn supplies :
CO hhils. prone A choice 50,000 Cigsrs, assorted
100 bl.is. Bitlto. crushed Ci boxes tlaret Wine;
ugar; So t.n" In lj,rh Soila:
60 hlls towdcred do; 50 buns ground Peper;
va unis laa ao; s mts Tubs;
150 tans iinme Coffue; loo dos. paiuted Buckets;
vao k-j:s aiis. . ou ! Ce.iar
loo l.bls M aasses; , . Manors.
loo ij do. do; 500 bbls i naed whisky;
lb j; do. Golden Syrup; 10 " Jamaxa Rum;
CS hae Peper, y0 Old Kysand Bour-
18 bags !:; bon; ' ,
IS bugs Ginger- 50 bbls. choice Mooonga-
75 buses Tobacco, (ail beta;
grades); 5 bid. R urhun from S
TOO boxes M-ir Candles; years old;
40 case Teas: 200 boxes, ass'd Ijquors;
loo bun W rappmg Taiue; 50 tibia. Amer. Brandy;
septS-lf ii bbls N. Y. Gie.
THE undersigned begs leave to inform hia friends
aaS patrons, that lie baa rhanired bis former
connection ra businvao, and ia future will carry on
business at his old Liid,on his oo accuuul. Tliooe
hole hted upon past dealings will please count fward
and m ike pay ment. He will be thai: Wful also for fu
ara patronage. M. K'lUA1iER.
.Memphis Medical College.
ClIla. xt rvfalar eeiott (bemg tbe eighth an Dual
X course of lpcttires In tin iim.lulion .) will com
m'c es HuM'AY, Tlir. L-T PAY Or NuVEMRJt
N F3CT The Ana.onncal Rooms ill he open fran tbe
1 J:i f October. Tbesuasioti will omtinue untl toe
iM-.f March. MrdK-al Mudenu rbould be present at
Ihe neginntig of the sessioa. Thus desiring larlher
lutormaiK-u, wui sxinrn-s.
JfHX MIIATNGTON, Jf. P.,
aitglS law3ra ' Itoan, at the College Hull.;
IV I L li O V C O . ,
o. 1 i ollese alreet.
Kfl rCH XX. AU'., extra warraauxl for sale by
OU rr,iZ-u PILLClN CO.
A K fff nAXXSX CIGARS, rarvnos
ftO.UUU brnads, by PIUjON k CO.
C ft BuiiS lUiiAtXO, vaflovs fcraala, by
Q J septJ-U; tdlAi'X ft CO.
Fanners and Planters.
orlable Farm& Piantatioa 31HI,
, (PAlfcrl MARCH, ISiS )
"VKt Una ling f f'T , asd Corn r otber
t? iiraia ta every vartetr, sotted fr fmil t oae,
1 1 by simply rbangixg the plates will grind lrut
, ui.U, Printer's lak.Eioerr, te., Ac lle principle
' - tlas Mdl te eutiretv mw, and Its adraiitaoi over
It trry lUrror Mttxa highly bo fx1 riant 1 li w
tttr .luraO.e, bavmg umr untea iiw grmoiog sori.ee
aay itxare Kill remriag trie saeae tsmiiiii or
over. u4. AN ut bait tbe p"er savee aa tbe
m-tance la all eruhia ae mcb "t tbe centre of tbe
$rtt Tby are asaste ( cetwuiee eo
i in be t'trAed bf band or varied to sail say arsjoeMt
( paees.taa abao anli9iite4 esteat. Ut. t ua be
tMuxboeod at a t rasrw. eta Its etireaoB sm;ci
tw enah.eaa pria vt les tKaw orJimarv caper ay te
h.JiW Jvr(.rTv- Wk8 plUUUU, nJ IAV OK OCTUHER NEXT, all that parcel of Seal Estate ' - A 1 1 r "l ' J. T 1 f T- tt
yTm 1rVhe3Jof cr- . . - of which Daniel Cameron died scared and poss-ssed, All GOOflS Q.t KP.(UC.P( PrifiP? fClT fJASTT
J h, . "T ,re "T l01! 0irerl, M ' lyu.g west of Capitol Hill, and near the mters?tion or UUUlU ab CUUUCU X X LVjVO 1U1
meivTii!8 0w"nyeha!frbbis!1hotee new'.?- Slt"T'Jr?": AND TO ALL PROMPT PAYING RESPONSIBLE PARTIES WE ARE OFFERINC.
ms(( tbe were eat pUlrttaua rtpfaune tneai y aew
Sra fxh. Tbe fUies ws be rr4a-d at a e t c4 ta
tue-J $1 so. Vh. It will t eb, tke retipr-wi
1b tajouoo. rartis4 with tbe peculiai res of tbe
WVet., feiaurrar mtsuselW-- b li ocsjre but
iaue reuot.aud leeaaiiy iwawveel &"e pse w elece.
It a iblee- grm-'ins a r.hirg taauir
jr.m Co ay stasr 1U, w.us lie atyiaeisaa of fee
a" auovtal ol powet- - " l"'
TUs iKcrW lua tbs e'.eie r4 l sS li
' iJ'.a- f . fm,tAcej,f.T
Wilson Spring L-ot.
Tho. B. WcEwen and others va. Kauce St JIallccV.
IV pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at j
Naohrllle, ia the above cause. I will sell at the
Court House, in this citv, ON SATURDAY. THE 23D
DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, on a credit of 1, 2 and 3 I
rears, without Interest, Lot No. 24 in the plan of Wil
son s-prnig property. This Lot froou S3 feetoa Vine
street extends through to High street Includes the
Big Spring, and contains about J v( an acre, and will
be sold as a whole or divided suitably.
, . , . . - J. E. IXAYES,
8epU5-id ' - Oerk Master.
Lots on. Bell street, Edgefleld.
John Nixon vs. O. D. Walling and A. T. Raymer.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, at May Trm, 1868, in above cause, I
will sell, on the premises, ON WEDNESDAY, THE
20 TH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, the property deaenb-
i. n,. .i..j,... i. ki. i... . .i
grouno lying oa tne west stda or Heu street, and be
tween Foster and Wetmore streets, in EdgeOeld.
This property has been divided in Six Fine Lota, of
good aixe and good deptb, and three of tbem have
bouses upon them; and will be sold oa six and twelve
months credit, for notes and approved security hea
to be retained and sale vkes raoit RKDcapnox .
J. E. G LEAVES,
septl5-td Clerk Master.
Cameron Property near corner
of 3IcL.emore Cedar sts.
IN pttrtuanre of decree of the CUancerj Court at
Nashville, ia th abov cause. I will soil, at the I
umrt ouiik, m litis ciijr, twiiLWAi, inc. uu
" J. E. (j LEAVES.
Cleric A Muter
Fire Shares Building .Associa
Dver Pearl a: Co., vs. E. F. Ligier and others.'
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court, at
Nashville, in the above cause, I will sell, at the
i . - II i K ,. rr WiTTDfllV TUP OOI
PAY OF OCIOBER NEXT, to the highest bidder for
casti, uvi chaiuss KAsavniM BCJLmxo AasociATtos
Stocs, or so much of tho same as may be necessary
to pay complainant 6 debt and costs.
J. E. ULEAVES,
septU-td - Clerk Master.
Tract of Land on Brick. Church
Wm. B. Walton vs. J. J. Ham and Albert Jenk.na.
TN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the above cause. I will sell, at the
fiinrt IJrtucu. In fViiu t IV kilTmillV T1IL' -ir
DAY OK OCTOBER NEXT, on a credit of one and two
years, and free from redemption, a tract of -i acres
una 4t poles ol ljuia, lying miles from the city,
and on the west side of the brick Church Turnpike,
opposite Capt. w . u. altoa'B residence.
J. E. CLEAVES,
sept!5-td - Clerk Muster.
IMVERSITT OF NASHVILLE.
I. Collegiate Department,
M li VV A tt Y CO lil jttttU.
J. Iir.RhiKN Ij.vksi.ky, M I. .P.D. , Chancellor of the t'm
versiiy, and Protestor of Chemistry and tieology.
Col. B. K. JoassoN.guperintendeutol the Military Col
lege and Professor of Engineering.
JjtMK V. IUmiltox, A.M., Pr.fisor of Mathematics,
Natural t'niioaophy and Asirononiv .
J. H. Stkw-irt, A.M., Professor of Greek aud Latin
languages and Literature.
F. L. J. THYifSXs, A.M., Professor f French and
G. S. Bui-KiK, A.M.JI.D., Professor of Botanv and
Rev. J. W. HovTR,.V.M.,M.D.,Profossor of Mental and
Moral milosopliv, mm Biblical Literature.
C. K. Vibto.. M.I., Surgeon.
f 1 'HE First Term ol the next Academic year com-
X mences on the v'Oth of September, and the Sec
ond Term 14th of February.
Tuition. Boarding, Washing, Fuel. Rooms, Servants'
Httendauce, ami Lseof Arms, SHW ier lerm. Mi
triculation roe f Stuileiits are required to turnish
their roms, which can beil!!iie at a nnwlerate charge.
by rent or piirchasn. Engineering. French, Spanish,
Oerman, I'rawmg. Book-keeping, and reucuig, each
810 per term ol twenty weegs.
Ia the regular Collegiate Course, the ancient reputa
lion of the 1'niversuy for Scientific aud (lassical
Scholarship will be maintained, aud at the same time,
every facility aforded those who desire lo pursue a
partial course. lieM.'les the four regular College Class
es, there is also a Preparatory Class. Students under
14 vear of ii-e will not be aanutted.
Bv the aid of Military Hisciplme, effective govern
ment is established, and In ullii, physical culture, good
order and industrious hi'bits are promoted.
For Catalogues , or additional information, apply to
any member or tne i acuity.
II. 3Ielical Department.
rrriE f!eventh Auuual Course ol
FIE Peventh Auuual Course ol lectures in this
i Institution will commence on Monday, the 2d of
I November next, and continue until the first of the
I ensuing March.
1 Thomas K. Jkx.vinok, M. P., Professor of Anatmnv.
I J. BsKiire ljMJtv, M.H., Professor of Chemistr y and
I C. K. Winstij, M P., Professor of Materia Modlcaend
I Medical Jurisprudence.
I A. II. KrroAXAV, M.l., Professor of Surgical Anato.
my and Phvsiolory.
JmivM. WTix, M.l. . Imfcaer of Obstetrhrs and
and the I'ireiotes of Woman ani Children
Pan. F. Evs. M.I'., Professor of Principles and I'rac
tire ol Surgery.
W. K. BnwiJNO, M.P., Profesor of Institutes and
Practice of Medicine.
William T. Ramon, M.D., Adjunct Professor and De-mout-tnitor
of Anatomy .
The Anatoiiiii-al Rooms will be opened for students
on the Am Monday in October, (the 6lh).
A J'relimirmry irurre of Lwun-s, free to Sll Stu
dents, will he given by the Profi-ssors, commencing
al.o on the flrot Monday of October.
The Tennessee i-"t;ite Hospital, under the direction
of the Faculty, is opiuto the Cliuw free of charge.
A Clinique has Ix-en o-labliFhd in connection with
the IJmversitv ,at which operations are ierfrnied and
cases prescribed for and lectured upou in the presence
of the claKH.
Amount of Fees for L-ctures in $105: Matriculation
foe (paid once only) (5; Practical Anatomy $10; Grad
ual ion fee, $'."5.
Good boarding can be procured for $3 to $4 per
week. For further Information or Catalogue apply to
W. K. HOWLING, M. I.,
jy23-?m Ivan of the Faculty.
SIIELCY MEDICAL COLLEGE,
SESSION" OP 1 8 5 8 - 5 9.
riHE FIRfT REGCIR COURSE OF LFTTCRES iu
1 this Institution will commence on Mommy, the
1st or Novkmhkr, 1858, and will continue to tho 1st of
Thk Phcijminaht Cot kmc or IjMTrnrs, free to all
students, will be given during the mouth of October.
Wa 0 m m 1 1 a
THUM.A8 I- KADIUN. M. I'., rrufewwir of AnaU-my
jW i.-hkiierh iv may. m. professor of Prmci.
I pies and Oi-ramms of Surgery.
DAMrX r . KM-11T, M. I'., Proiessor of mysloiogy
JOHN II. CAUNPER, M. D., Professor of Materia
Mlif and Ttieraneutics.
R1TLVRI) o. Cl'KREV, M. D., Professor of Medical
Chemistry and Medical Juri.pvudeiice.
E. B. HASKINS, M. D., IToleswir of Theory and Prac
tice of Medicine.
JOHN P. FORI), M. P. Professor of Obstetrics and
Piseass nf Women and Children.
H. M. OOMPTON, M. I. Pemonstrator of Anatomy.
Tua Crnr HowrrAi is upon tbe premums of tbe Col
lege, and under control of the Faculty, at which ope
rations are perfotmed, and casea prescribed for, and
Clinical Lecture Oelirered.
Amount of fee for Lectures, $loJ ; WatrtculaUon
fee, paid t)Ut ouee, $5 00; Dein'tnuirator s fee, re
quired but once, $10 00; Graduation fee $-!5 00.
rjtcclleut IViardlni can pe vblaaied lor I. w w
$1 00 per week.
Jor further details, or announcenients, aiy to
JOHN P. FoRU.M.D.,
Jyl7 Ik -an ul lu acuity.
. CROCKEll'S SCHOOL,
WUUc'h CrecU Swrlnss.
THE next session of this tetutoi wiU opea ou Moa
day tbe rth day U rVtember.
year UOS by Kngene popay. la tbe ClmrXm
rVsttrpnasedl fa "repranee,
And StaimUm tm tu i TsiTeare
IHsUUed from Fragrant Toll pa.
E. LTJPTJY, CTTTToTTST.
yaetbeSseiieni Dwnrl af Kw York.
KKS-MK QnCK l1)AfK FOR THE HAIR.
KI-MWI ICK SACHrX FT.KTHE BCIlEAlV
ki&S ME-LICbl feOAP FOR THE TUILET.
CaT, H'rwise k aa. ew York.
bcmKrrau.ia lta. k Km-, "
Jxmm T. MAaeuA, "
J. W. Nuatauai 4 Co., Buetoa sad JiewYorfc.
AM every berw
Buy and Horse for Sale.
T HAVE lull fALE a
ae Famjy llcm,
ot eovwiur qualities,
and also a rood ilui .
whrb wtii be a. .Id low, half rash, tbe balance os six
monihs' tnu. i vt ewrtarutara eequire .T
jyxi-tf a- H. cLASttaK, AeaU
Nasttt au, March W. !.
FmH and afurr th 1st ol April! Uaa rW Cr-ce :!!
be e4BMl oe Smmdmjt at-baa pas A. M., a
rkM asi.Nl tiju ad at P. M. mad ckx at 1
P. U. tm alienor tiaVs the CUSce wUl be o;uil
bait peat S.e ctoca A. U. ; b4 etewe a 1 W eVka, P.
M. . eV. K. ANlitUasU-M, Pw SWirr.
. saar3l-f . 1 .
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' A IX aerm tadablel to Ibe erab U raassj SV.
A. kwiaa. axe re.twud le f frwsr d sneke
Swty saeat, asd bbse S3 wboen the eatate ia abb4
are berJf r4ee4 i reers iwsr f laiiiai sev
frtti-Pl. f m 11 ' crver barred -it
. ACaX L- rM'se, tv'r , t
A- W. il'CALL.
" . VANltf"?,
; """ ' We are now ia receipt
The Larpegt and Best Assorted ever
jng EVERY article unually to be FOUND
ng UllUblially large &nd WISHING
frfno - -
LIBERAL PRICES ON
. M'CALL, VANLEER & C0
Sign of the Big Padlock
Ko. U SOUTH MARKET ST., XEAR THE SQUARE,
dr7d. f. wrightT
I. ate of 11 em phi a,
HAVING removed to Nashville, offers Ins profes
sional services u its citixeus. ottlre and resi
dence ia fchelby Medical College, coruer of Broad and
Vine streets. auga-jui
THOS. T. SMILEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will practice his profession in the Courts of I
v his. hi county.
Omci-Xo. 11, in Capt. Williams' Building, Cherry St.,
Dlt. JOHN V. 3IOHTOX,
Besidence. Cor College and Watkiiui' Avenue,
(roKMRRLY UNS 8TKKT,)
Offlee So. 63 Nortlt Clterry Street.
Atlantic Telegraph Successful.
New York Uillinery Emporium,
32 I. ti ton St., aalillle, Trnn,
RE.TECnTI.LY aniiminccs to tha Ijulies of Nash
T.llA, l-Uto of Tennessee, an-l adjouiing Siaief,
tnat she will receive In a few days from New York
the largest and uiotit nuguiflceut stocks of
Frciicli 111 1 tern llonuets,
as well as the chcaH-st ever brought to this city, tit
part as follows :
lixK) Kail and Winter Bonnets, all rotors;
1500 ladies and Mskm-s Hroau and White I-ghorn
Bloomers, new styles;
600 Cbenlel.Kancy Bugle, Marcbcau,riaiund Flow
er Head Iirowtes;
600 Iaip' IresH Cu;
150J Boxes extra. tine Krench Flowers for Tarty and
1500 piece Rich Wiuter Bonnet Ribbons, new slyh-s;
50 boxes White, Ked aud colored l'luiuea.
Porh as Collars, Pleeves, Handkerchiefs. Setts, Bands,
Edgings, Children's KoIh-s, Waisu and Capos. A lrge
lot of Patent ."kirta and l orsets. lth Cuuk of Ihe
most wpular styles Furs in great quantity , alt the
way from the Kocky Mountains.
Old Bonucu renovated and relrimmod iu No.
augH tf Sirj. IXiYI E.
GERMAN HARMONIA HALL,
o. market atrert,
Will open oa Tuesday, July 27tlr, 1S5S.
ylADinE JIL1E VISCEST,
THE celebrated Professor and Teacher, -MJjl
New Orleans and Memphis, would re- .
spectfully announce to the Ladies and G-n- '
tlenmn of Nashville thst she baa been solid- i-J-
ted bv many ntixensof this cay to open a DANUNG
ACADEMY. The success and encouragement she has
met with In every city where she has Uug lit, gives her
bones for the same here. She will teach thecelebra
tad and fashionable Lancer's Vluadnlle, In classes of
eight at private resideuues and at tlie Academy, and
the following taslitoname Uaurea:
la Varsovla, ,
Five Tune Wain,
Three Time M alts,
Im t) liih.de,
In addition, Tfenre for NMrs and Miaae.
The Howrr IWnce, la Carbucba,
The Shawl Dance, Cm iss Ilauce,
Highland Fling, Hornpipoa,
Fhrtatiou Polka, I.aNeapolibuie.
For enlmen Taeelayst Thursday and Satur
das,from 1 u l 10 P. M.
For Masters, Little Misne and Ladir Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, from 4 till 8 P. M.
M antral liartiueol by Piwf. E. Hun.
or terms of Tuition enquire of Madame Vincent, at
ber retleuoe. Commercial Hotel, sad at the Academy
at claa hour.
. At the end of tbe svestoa there will be aa Fx
kibiiH and Fancy I Teas Halt.
MAl'AMK VIM t.NT baa ui ber fxieaesatoa letlrra of
recommendatiuei I root several of tbe respectable citl
aeue of New rloana, Memphis, and other places,
wba-b) she wiU Uke fTeal pleasure ia shoe tug to
iboee who may wisk to examaie them.
Somftblng Snv and Aicr
CAPITA la KXCI I AN G E.
cusjuit BTajLTT, sea xo Booa sucth o lio
HAVING parrnaeed the above stand from J. W.
Wauca, an r-fiu4 a la a ueal aad hea isume
etieaaa4 retHeawbrd si w ab tbe bo4aa4 pereet U
qo , are aow pired to -mix up' ea tbe sc.
cauac' principle last bh will sua Uw Vtelee uf any
one. X saare u public patronage w nmwo.
rvllt pwrtaerbip beretirf'are exaatnc betweaa tbe
J andereigeed, under Ui ana name ill H. MUK
y,H n CU., m the Urcry and Commsunoa nastneas,
atiiMday dMulvea by mutual vucsrnt, H K. Morris
baring sld hie rctam-t lo Hub UcCraa. ntberparV
met m ewUMrtsed a tbe name -4 tbe ana ut late,
etjun. H 1. MoKKlS,
W. HOUt til HARJUS.
pa ut j:u ship.
HAVINU mrcnaae4 tne mkermt ef Mr. H. B. Mor
re in tbe Uwumm .r H. B Morn a Ce., I nave
tiuaoev smaU nab mm SU. m. Hmnmt lUirs,
eeut will emiane la Abe bracery a4 Hmmsmki bua
Kudm at the M tusil HLCsl MovKLA.
A C A 11 1.
rr ertirttig frout She bwsUKn. I See re Ae tender my
ItMaaa n my tatMrwu aatrvoenatt lrien4a Ut
tuesr Awag anerni patTeM, nM ss -vecuin
wend my sitcosea'ara, Mira. !Uba M-t'aaa A CU , a
goBiksste) HI ever reeot wvMby of eousAov.
NUrO!, Sept. 1st, ISA.
Swan t fo.s Lotlr ries ;
1)k3LtuNS whe neeure to Wf tkxur tw.a a these ael
enraAed UW". wnain nrww evecf svaegia) tm
lat yur, ca nave tnow order trou.td ten 4-d Avi
soiuwt U. ns ti asndiag bv ml. b l-irt-jtf
,w i - rAahA.kCA, .
. P"S Jie. 4, P. U., bl.
. a usy of the O&Vaal leag wul be eeut l eca
Fi.r Iiw! hameiaily W lb. are Uag lAee f
or Kareeee elveruoemrnt at saotbrf eui
I'lae nf nnule bCa,eA 1, balv $i, ,i:V.r -l
AOi roUie Al Si.
of our Fall Stock of ' -
AND CUTLER Yr
offered to the Nashrille Trade com oris
in a HARDWARE HOUSE. The STOCK
tO REDUCE the &m, we nre Iior ol
THE USUAL TIME.
TdE subscriber has Jnat r.
ceived the largest and most
complete aiwortnient of Pianos,
Vlelodeons, Music Boxes, Violins
Accordeons, Sheet Music, e.'
ever opeued in Tenueasee. Tna
inauos are from the celebrated
makers, Steiu way k Sotis.aud A.
H. Uale A- to., of New York,
warranted to be the very best la
the country, and sold upon as
good terms as il bought direct of
the manufacturers. All the new
and popular pieces of liuaic can
be had by applying to the long
established Music Store. No. 3
JAMES A. McTIXRE,
ffll (Estotf Salts.
Final Sale of L.ot iu
On nonday, September 27th. 1858.
WlIA comnjeuce tlie second and final sale of lots
in UiU! growing and most tatrrwimr vmnn.ii.
The Trusters in announcing thai sale, feel warranted
iu assuring the public that ut no point Jt tlie West can
there be louud equal opportunity for sale and proll-
Is Iwated on the east bank of the Mississippi, onon
the nearest high laud, (or above overflow,) to the
mouth of the Ohio river, and for all practical busi
ness purposes, is, and will forever be Tax mouth of
Kentucky City and Columbus contains Tonr thoos.
and 300 acres, laid off into lots, streets, alleys, x.;
bOO acres in quarter and half lota; the remainder ta
one, two, four, ten, twenty, forty and sixty acre baa.
lt ik from 4 to U10 feet above high water mark and
surrounded by ahujh,
Healthy ami Fertile Country,
rapidly growing in wealth and population, with a ra
liihrious climate, and generous, liberal, enlighten
and rellned s;ieiy. There is wanted but one further
feature to make this tne most commanding point on
the greal "ralherof Waters." Thai was untub-rupi.
ed commuuicaliou with the interior of the adjacent
stales, to accommodate Internal commerce and fa ih
bite tbe interchange of commodities. That want ia
now fully met by tlie established system of
which has fixed Kentucky City aa the center of a net.
work of railroad stretching out and a (lord lug cob.
uectioiia in ail directions wiih the ki tenor and with
the cities aud Likes of tbe North and Est, and rami.
tying throughout the whore South and WeU-
Tnat the public may not be led off by suspicions
that this is mere city on paer, we request "ou to
enquire to come and see for yourselves. "
See them.'ip Kentucky Citv la tlie northern brml.
mi ol the tireat Mobile and Ohio Railroad loll miles
long. See also our railroad Couiieciiou by In ion Ctty
and along the Naabville and Nortliweotern Railroad
via. Paris and Clarksville t- Nayhville 17U miles. Al
so, by Kenton and along the Memphis and Ohio Pjill.
rd to Memphis, about loo miiee. AUo, via. Jack
son, Trim., Holly Swings, Caol.ni and JhcLxou, Mir,
lo New nrleaiiB. too milee. Also, via. Crinth. tlicuce
along tlie Moianhw and Charleston Railroad lo Tna
cumbia, iluulaville, Cliatunoig4, KnoxviJlo, and tlie
Eiu-t.aua with Atlanta, and Pavaunuh, tleorgia Al
so, by tlie Fulton and Texas Ka.Iroad va. LiUie Bia-k
through tn Arkanaas and Texas to the Pacific t can
Also by the Iron Mountain railroad tw Ut- Louts.
150 milos. Also, by tbe
Steam Ferry Packets,
plying to and fro with Cairo and the Jliim.m Ontral
Railroad lo Chicago, aud the whole northwest.
InWUigent, enterprising and practical nieu who will
eomeandsee and mvestig.,te iu nr.on,ill be con
vinced tliat the extraordinary commercial advantage
and facilities of railroad and steamboat transportation
o.esrd by Kentucky City .socaros Ui this point re
qulsiu s for uianuiaciuilng aod comiuercuil puieosea
which must, of necesaity, cause a siwedily to be.
conie the greet InU'rmediate city between the Nona
and the South at which the productions and manufac
tures of each section will be coucentrated for sale, or
to lie exchanged for those of the other.
The Hon. Post M.xhUT lieueral iu a nvrut repott
says: "No mau can look at the map of tins country
without his anally routing on tlie mouth of the Ohio
as the center of population and commerce of the
Ihe sale in lo be mails without reserve and la rood
faith, and there will always be a reliable gentiemaa
ou the around, w boee pleasure and doty it will he to
give all needful information, and answer all written
or oral interrogamrHnv-Tbea b't eo nne permit him
solf to be led oa by rumor, when tbe facte age ao ac
cessible u all.
bale k commence Mond.r, Pejrtemqer th.'la.SS,
aid continue until all tbe Lots, num boring upwards
of four hundred are "ld.
. Terms of Sale V
Ten to twenty-ov per cent cash la band, for tha
residue a credit of one and two year with miereet.
' E. I. BCUaX, iTrustetsj.
W. H li. TAYLuR, - j .
Address, for full mf or ma uoo, . -
4KANK JAY McIXAN.
Kentucky C.ty, Ky.
ATTRACTIVE REAL ESTATE
At Hendersonyills Depot, en th XUhrW and
LotuiTill a. E., 14 miles from Sash. Tills
A TRACT of Thirty Acres, adjoining tbe' lie pot
Grounds, will be sold alt together, uc in lot to
suit purchaser. Tbe land Is very rich aud produc
U ve, in an excellent oelborhood,uaar the Turnpike,
and en the Railroad.
A handsome village la springing up, ami any per
son purchasing now will no doubt Lave a good chalice
to realise a bamUotne profit la short time.
Persons wishing to purchase will call oa me at my
bouse on the premiee, view the bind and loara tuo
terms, kc. HfciU JUYNUL
Auuual State Fair for 1858.
The Fifth Annual giste Fair of Tennessee Kate
Agricultural bureau, will be held at Aba Bureau's
Urtwnus, near Naabvtile, commencing; oa Monday
cat. 11th, end continue duruig tbe week. X liberal
list of premiums is out-red, which together wah the
ruins aud regulations, name of officers, judg-a eu.,
prmted in paiofiblct form, for gratuitous datnbu.
lion, may be bad oa ap'dluaiua al tbe varbe Priat
tog Ufllos, aud Book Stores la the city.
aug ao-ta. 1IIUB. B. JOH.VS,Tn
rjlUK anberriber rusfeetullr mrorme the nnblic that
X be still cuuunne. at No. IM North Market street,
aad n prapnred lo entertain boarders and traveler,
and nil slw jiay far or bias wan taeu Mtrnnag oa
reasonable ternts. Ue has now several vacant room
tn Ls) bouee suitable for single person a well as (am.
lain. His table ahnj at all Aimee be Stipplied witii
to best tu. aiarket affirde, aad aueauve aarvwoU t
Wast npoa bat gueaia Tbe boase M itajte4 about a
qunre (rxn tue Pubis; bquare, aad eoaveuteoA Ae a
Urge Livery cAtbie, where travelers' bireee may be
taken care ef ti. M. hot THUAl t.
Naabviiie, hepl. 2-1 ns
Auction and Commission Aoticc.
IJl-VJ. r. f-HI tUti will conuaue lo DAa aale fee
XJ t&utaeUg during the fressnt eess in. AU
made payable wuhia three nays. Libjral adraaoce
made un cousigmneni.
All pereoua atving kaUncee Ms nur ba4e riB fe
ver n by rnihag and taare rue ipt for wisineil be
Gooes bought ou eur own eceoaut.
HZSS. T. BHIELML
P. 8. Omatry Merchaata wot pleea ewd ne w
vkl keen c4anV4nt!y ac kaod a variety of frm -$di,
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Kortk Karkst st t dam belav taa 8)aaxs.
Prices It educed, e?
Bmrd sad Lisjiajr per day, . - lit
Saugle Menl, ... - . - 40
Ka.per, I unffj and Brest fast, ' 1 W)
m,,-iT f v wlLBkEf
Notice to Tanners.
W Lav coiuUalI oa band n4 for
GUE EX SALTED HIDES,
At Va. SoaU frost strset
nf nasatuit, Ttssetere, ,
Mc'roc? Tor sae, -
Tt bae .a U'M Carpetifw, aad li.-bt r
II Cua IVviA CiseaP lOftastt.
xu-t " il. u- laVM- 4 au j