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KONDAT KOBJUyO.- SZPTEMBEE 27,1858
"NOTICE TO CITY SrOTIBERS.
"Wishing to confine our btuineaa as near as
possible to the CASH SYSTEM, we have deter
mined hereafter to eollect our subscription!,
within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this
d-Jtermination into effect, we have placed our
whole city list in the hands of Mr. WILLIAM
GILL, who will make the collections, and also
attend to the delivery f the Jpapers, and soe
that subscribers axe served punctually. We
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
all parties. Those who may desire to save tk em
selves the necessity of making- four payments
daring the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
avance for lie whole year.
B. low we give the official vote for Mayor,
Ali nn. n, aul C'lUtu-ilmen in this city y-
J VOTK FOR MAYOR.
WiKW. M'Rvwk. Cuoi-j.nji. fJooi-sitviA. IIaiij.
j. i ii i:s. j5
2.1 9 M 43
2-i ni 7
4.1. 117 11 1"- 7
5:h 121 'il 4 10
r.t!i i:w 1 40 27
7t' t-r, i 7 17 n
-b.ii 7 i) 3l 31
Total. 5H m 173
l3 McGavue k" maj.ovir Cl'tnonn.
VOTK FOR ALDKRMKN AMI (m'MII.MEV
Fiiwr Wakik 'r AUrrmin. Colt art 137;
T)ile H'; J-m.77.
V Cu'iurrlmrn. IVntv f7; Crunk 129;
M.ix-y 118; fiuckl.y 9b-; III.Ih 102.
Skc im Vai:i. or Allcrnum IlicLst 92;
FurG.nncdin-n Imomlriin 12";Crw:kftt
4'J; (.ilUrt 40; Walker SO; C ennui 118.
Thihd Wakw. For AMernntn Fitiu si;M ay
fi. M 1.18; llmwu 59.
V GMiwdmen. K.ist 2:: Parr..--, 251.
Folktii W.tltli. for Allermtn lltinilloit
327; no opposition.
Fr C-nincitmu.'S.rn 174; VTare 110;
Iiya; 10 ; II -tie;k ltil; II vj- ".".
Fifth Vfwn.For Aldtr,,u Ilolliugv-
wnrth 201 ; no ipition.
V C xwrtlrwt. I).irlert 123; Clu'itthitin
18; Cr.-ijiln-inl 130.
Sixth Ward. Fur Ahhrman Fi.-ber 231;
Frr C'jKii'tlnif'i. IJriicif .J."; Iiratifonl l.'i.S;
YrJiroasli ICS; hri. rt 7..; Co!.- 12: I-he;i 202.
SeVKVTI! Willi). Fir Allennan J. H.
And r-.-n 1 H; Tan! 97.
F,r Oxmrtlmt,,. Hurt 175; P. A. L'..le
Albert Anderson 103; Mo-a-ly 5-H; JlrtiM-cel 3.".
Fioiini Vaiu. Fur AltteruumlYjAchvr
102: Cox l.Vl.
Fur Gut nrtl men. Winston 175; JfMlHi 171;
Counir 12 s.
r.ECAi-rrfi-vTioN' ai.i ki;.mkn ami cors ii.vk.v
I) . vie.
OiiTik A. Maxey.
Deinoiiibreun t ( 'ulenian.
1) n il -n & Ila.-t.
.M;tnin t itist:rk.
5th. H illi:!g-wrt h. Cheatham A Craighead.
t!u Fih r. l!h a A Yaj bioulu
7 J. II. Audi r-ou. A. Anderson i Hurt.
Sth. Cox. Winston A. Jiies.
X:e AiuriKhd ( ity (Itarler.
The f.dlmvin;; is the in.t pa.-si d by tit"
LeL'"l:tut e, nmei.d'iig the city charter, jcovi
dinfrlwi braiiclns of the City Counc'l,
A,f. As the act will k '"to practical opera
tion in a few days, it will doubtless be of in
terest: .4 A' ACT to innemlitn art mtitlt.l ".ti Act In rr
tlurr the tfr-r'tl or'x ittrir-rury the '!'" n it'
, "iixl.riilf in one ni. ai.d to utiun l li tiiiiu:.
fi'Xttl .faintry 31, lSsS..
Br it emirt.,1 That the Inhabitants . f the
City of Naiivil!c, us the same extends nod is
1 ild out, are hereby constituted a Cor;"ra
t ou and body politic by the iinme and style
f the Mayor and Ald-nn it of the City of
N j-hville. and by the same names shall have
y rpetual s'.ii'Cesion; shall sin- and Is' sued,
plead and 1m- implead d, in ail Courts of Law
and I'lj iil.v; ami in all aetioiis w li.ilso' er,
mny purcir.i-e, rtreive and hdd properly, real
and "isonul, within sa:d city, and iua s. I!,
lease or tli.-pose of the s;ttne, I'm' the ben lit
o rtiid citv: a id mav nirehae. r. eeive. ami I
h Id prop rtv, real and pil -onul. beyond the
l.mi's .t tin- eity, to t. us.-d for lie !. trial ot
t ie d d. fi.r the i'M lion of wab r-woi ks. for
1 1; sJjbli-I tueiit of a hospital, for u poor
house, ivoi k-hou', house of coricclion, or
or for a public park or promenade, or for any
otheT purpose that the Ciiy Council may
de. in in ce.-saiy aiid proper; and tuny sell,
lease, or i1iim' of sueh property for the bent-lit
of the ciiy, uid do all nt!nT ct touch
ing the same, as natural persons. They shall
have and use u cummoii seal, and chaiig - it at
jdi '.is u re.
JSktio.n 2. There shall ls (!ect'dly I In
qtmliri d voters of said city, a Mavor, liounl
of Abb run n. and a loard of Common Coun-
il. Tin Hoard of Aldermen shall consist
of in nr-mh-r troin ea.-li of the W.ird
of the city. The Ct ii.iiioii Council sha.l
consist of two uieii.U is from eech ol
said Wards, chosen by the qualili d voters of
their resp-ctte Wauls. h.cii lioald. ill
t'w jr joint capacitv. are d uoiuiuated '"The
C t. Council." They shall hold tl.eir
iiieitings sepnrntelv , and su h limes as may
be determined ly joint or sparate rule or
io'tiou. All measures oriinntiiig with either
House of the Ciiy Council shall be transfer
red to the oth-r tor tie ir uctiou and concur
It u. e. No b.ll shall Ih-cuiih- a law without
tirsL leiiig p ss4 d on three several readings
by a majority of Ulh llou.-es a. id Ik? signed
by the Mayor. No person shall U- eligible to
t-ither the oflice of .Vldeiiii.ui or Couucilinau,
unless ho be a citizen of the State of Teunes
fcee. a Imua fid- citi.eii of the ciiy, and a free
holder in the V'uid for which he is elected.
Any Alderman or member of the Comumti
Council, alter his eh-ctiou. nmotiu from or
-eiiiii to possess a fret hold estate in his
Ward, shall thereby vacate his s.iid ollicc.--K.
ch Aid i matt and un min-r ot the Common
Conned, iMlore entering upon I he duties of
his olhee. shall take an 'ala thai he willl.tite
fuily dlMdiarge the duties o! s.iid ollice uilu
k o ii I'..v or, partiality or uili clnui. Ait v.ie.iu
crH iscuritng in el h r of said 1'oaliN sti.i 1 1
In- Id. -d lya vote of u majoiit) of the rc
tuoi.iiug in. mis r?rspcl.i 1. Tin; uteiuU-rs
vf e.:cli House shall eliCtoln ol their o II
iniinlfi to be their presidium ollii r, who ohell
enforce Midi rub's as may be adopted by tacli
House respvCUVily fur the gorel'iunelil
.uthiv 3. The Muyor shull le elected by
the ijikIiIi. d Voters of s.iid city, Und shall
hoJd bis oflice for one tur, und until his
successor shul I be eh ctiI and qualilied. No
person shall Im' eligible to the ollice of Mayor
who is not a citiz- u of the State of Team .we,
and who h.is not Is-eli a citizen of Niishille
at least two years immediately preci Jing his
election, aud the jsjsM-s-or ol a Irtvliold
estate in s;inl city of ul I-msI the value of Ilu
hundred dollars. Should In', at any tme
after hi i elicuua, leiuove Uyood liie llunU
of, or cease to Ih-, eucti fre.-holder tit said
city, he shall tin rely vacate his natd office.
V Ucre two or more perse o shall bare an
equal nnmUr of voters lor the ottiee of .Mayor,
the t-bctiou shall be tclcired buck to the
voters of the city, and held us Uloie, with.u
the next succei-diug Uuaays. luo Atyur .
... , ..ii i ii . . .i .. i
Bhall careiuuy examiue an um uwu as re
quir -1 ty tlie second s-cUoil of liiis Act, and
should either or any of ihuu, not aj.ini
apprulMituu, he iiall return miu .- at lue
next Werlilig of the City Council U tu.tt
boitr, in wiiicu it originate!. l.t li uojic
tious, IU Ulltoii:, w lake uiov-
tsous into consid. rul.ou aud prjc-vd to tne
reconsideration ot the IxlL If afur such
recousid- ratio a, to Uilidfl of both traach.o
of the City Council, iu their separate ucUou,
agaiu p.us the bill. It shall U-voute a law.
lb-may fill all vacancies s.curriug iu any
office, except tnat of Alderman, or Common
Coiiocilnuiu. not utherwbs provided lor by
ordiance, and appoint ull Suuidiu Couimit
tees; he shall. lieuever iu his judUicut the
good ol the city may requ.re it, summou
UlettiugS of the liiit ol AhiellUcU aud
Com moil Council; aud It shall be his esp cial
duty from time to time, to communicate to
both branchi-s ot the City Council all such
information, aud recommend all such
measures, as may tend to the iuiprovuu.ul
Of the nuances, aud polic government gen
erally, take care thai all th ordinances are
duly respected and observed within ibec.ty,
and perform web other duties as may by
ordinance of the City Council be required of
him. taking an oath of office before entering
upon the duties of the same. Should a
vacancy occur in the office of Mayor, the
ame shall be filled by a joint vote of the two
I Jltl 8. -
SKtTioy 4. The paid City Council fhall
have power, and they are authorized to pro
vide for the appointment, or election, in nucb
manner us they may bee fit. all necesrary
officer for the good government of saitl city;
they ehall alM fix the compensation of ucu
officers U fore th ir election, which shall not
bi! incr.-as-d or diminished during their Unn
of oflice; they fhall also have lull power, two
thirds ol both branches of the City Council
concurring, to di.-mb-s from oflice any person
that ha liee-n, or may hereafter be, elected to
nil any office, creaUd by the ordinances of
the Major and Alderman heretofore, or that
limy be by the City Council hereafter. And
they shall have and pofwewj full power to
abolish any office as above, that has been, or
mar hereafter be created.
Section 5. A'l election for Mayor, Alder
men and Common Council shall be held in
i uch "Ward of taid City, on the lafet Saturday
inS ptcmber, in each and evtry ear. The
voter shall vote by ballot, every while mail
of the ajiu ot twenty-one years and upwards,
in eutilb d to vote by the laws of this
State, who bhall have reM'ded within the City
mx niouths next preceding the election at
hich he may otter to vote, t-hall be entitled
to vot', but only in the Ward where he
resides. Not --oidenta owi iu. a treehold in
mid City being qualilied to vote for mctnlter
vf lue General As.vmMy ot the Statj of Ten
ne!ee, t-Iiall be entilh d to vote in the Ward
wliere their freehold in situated. Any such
person owning reul estate in more Wards
tliiin one. ho or they may tlect in which ol
said Wards to vot'', but bhall not be allowed
to vote iu more than one. Judges of elec
tion, for each Ward, shall be appointed by
the existing Lourd of Aldermen, who shall
lake an oath to faithfully and impartially
di.-eharge their duti. s. They hhall op.-u the
polls at 9 o'clock iu the f rcuooii and cloie
them at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when they
shall forthwith proceed to ascertain and trans
mit to the existiug Mayor the result of such
election, cet tilled and authenticated by the
Clerks and a majority of the Judges of elec
tions for each Ward. The Mayor .shall de
1 ver to the City Reorder the returns as they
may be received by him, who shall forthwith
eater the same as tin y tire successively re
ceived, in a bock tu be k pt for that purpose.
l;i all eases where two or more persous have
received an eijual number of votes for
Aldet iuau or Common Councilman the elec
tion shal ;ie ref.Tiid buck by theJMayoiJto the
voters ol the Waid and h Id an belore, within
the next succeeding teu days, and all persons
chosen, in each Waid as a member of either
branch of the City Council shall within two
days ai'ier his eh ction be furnished by the
City Recorder with a certificate thereof,
which certificate shall be presumptive evi
dence of the title of such person to a Heat,
but each branch of City Council, however,
shall have authority to decide ultimately
upon ull ipiestious relative to the tiualilica
tions. election and returns of its memlers.
Smtiox ti. The power is hereby expressly
and fuliy given to ih-? said City Council, to
e.-talili.-h by ordinance a uniform system of
etreet grades and improvements which shall
extend to all alleys. lanes and public
Cieisi-'s Gaiktv. Tis-night Jou.v Dkew
commences the third and last week of one of
the most successful dramatic engagements
ever performed iu Nashville. For the past
two weeks the house s have been filh d nightly,
while on two or three occasions the crowd
was .-o jreiit as to render it impossible for
many to procure seats. Jou.v Iikew is cer
tainly a ureal artiste. The man who can
represent the romantic 'Knight of Arva,''
the modern and fashionable ""Cupt. Murjihy
Mnguire,"' the low liorn and wretched "lri.-h
Kniirant.'? the bligthesome aud true-hearted
lar. William," all with equal fidelity, ull de
picted fa'tldully und to the life, must be an
accomplished actor und such is Joux Dkew.
Tis-uight he appears as O'Callaghan, in the
conn dy of "His Last Legs," and I'uudecii
OTtallerly in the comic drama of ' Born to
(ioikI Luck." This is au excellent bill, and
w ill dravv largely, lly-the-bye, when are we
to have a repetition of '-liluck-e'yed Susan."
We have In aid it regretted by uiuiiy that
they were Hot able to attend at its 1 at repre
sentation. Kali. Races. The fall races on the Nash
ville Course commence to-day with a two
mile race, for which there ure jiee entries all
Hst animals-, ami winners. One of the best
races ever miu on the course is expected. Go
if you would enjoy the sport. The follow iug
are the entries tor lo-morrow :
Fall Meeting. lh.'iS. will commence nil Mon
day, S'pte-mher 27. h. with a sweep-take with
Ihi'ee ve ar old" eJiluiuee 100 lorleit.
Two mile beats. Light entries.
Eli Odoni names hr f Mary Wylie, by Al
bion, dam by Sovereign.
Also, nanus cli 1, by Albion, elam Ann
Chase, by Leviathan.
lily the ii Guild uaine Hiawatha, by Albion,
dam by Sove-l eigli.
W. ii. ll.ii ding names br f Tennessee by
Lpsilou, dam Kuie King, by 1'riam.
Also, nanus ch f by Albioa, dam Delt.t, I y
T. L Moore n.tnns b f Rctty Maney, by
Shamrock, dam Ida, by HelhaZar.
V. T. Uuuudtiee names ch f, by Glclicoe,
d im Jane Watson, by 1'riam.
Also, names ch f, by Albion, dam by Priutu.
iy The City Council met on Sa:urday
evening, and received the n turns ot the mu
nicipal eltclion. '1 hey also passed re-solutions
coinjiliuietit.it y vo the acting Mayor,
Mr. Coltaut, for the utteuiive aud efficient
manuiier he has discharged his duties during
his protein, teiiu. Also complimentary to G'
M. toiK!, Esq., for the very aide discharge of
lue duties ol Chairman ol the Fiuauce Com
mittee, for the pu.st two years. In the de
clension ol Mr. Fooo losetve another term,
the city Iosco the services of one of the most
efficient Uleu thai has ever been iu the lioai'd
of Aldcl iueu.
A Riu Week's Wouk. During the past
week Squire W. L. Kakkv, the veteran typo,
at present eli;ployeel iu the Xeu otllee, set up
ol.UuO cm-. '1 his will do for a mau in his
7Mh year; and ought to put all young lag
gards lo the blush. At 3jic. per 1,000 etna,
the old mall's wee k's labor pays Well.
j-jflr-See the carel of SigntH- (.Juavtieki,
who has accepted a 1'ioiesoorship iu the I'nl
vei 1 ty of Nashville, but desirvs to get up a
cIons outside, to instruct in French, Spnnish,
Italian and Latin. He comes well recoiueud
ed its a T acher.
The Kaii eit TheHPB passed through
this ciiy Saturday night, on the ir way toGal
latiu, where ihey perform during the ensuing
IiiTcs a.i Sri.Mis of Insets. As a re medy
against the bites and eliugs ol insects, aud f
all poisonous reptiles, the only reliable arti
cle yet iu veil ted is Dr. Liuuu'a Arctic Lim
mexT. Such are its peiu-traling and disiufecl
ing properties, that, uo matu-r how virulent
may be the poison from the bite or sting, this
Liniment at once reaches the seat of vcu'mi,
however det p, aaid Ueull alUeS and extracts
It. With ioa -,'s Arct.C Liu.Ui.ut at hand
the ot a r.uiiUake is a hanuleSM as l.iat
of a gual. It iw uu-ii'uui" ton virus from
the lite of a mad dog. This admirable Liui
tnent is ah-o infallible iu curing all those.' dia
eases ol UK-u aud auituals a here a LaaiuK-ut
is the pre'p -r rvincdy, and U not equaled by
any such art'cle over t;iv eulcd. It is likewise
infallible la dratreiylnj the scren-wortn. lo
which cattle are pecuitoily liable iu suulheru
i or eat iu Nashville, Teua , by Dejckt A
An agent wanted In every town ami v illsga.
AjipUcatiou should le tuaeie lit liragg X lir-rot-,
St. Louis, Mix, and must ala be ao
coinpanied by good relerence. s w . v ' , '.
; plf For fine Pocket and Table Cutlery
call on McCau, Va-xlec & Co. 1 ;' ,
joar26-tf -. .
CLIFTON, ALISIilCIIT 4c CO.,
Wholesale fLnd Retail Clothing House,
Xo. 15 Cedar street, Xashville, Tenn.
We take this method of informing the resi
dents and sojourners of Nashville, that our
stock ot Fall axd Winter Clothing is now
complete, and we are receiving all the Xeio
Stylet from the Eastern markets, embracing
every variety of Gentlemen's Ajpard, which we
are offering at vert low rates for Cash I
Our etock is kept complete as hetetofore,
by constant purchases made by a member of
the firm, resident of Fhiladelpltia, whose long ec
perierice and great facilities, afford every advan
tage for the selection of choice Goods. Oar
aim is to give our patrons as good a variety
of FanhioiuibU Goods to select from us any other
City in tlie Union, and we respectfully solicit a
call from buyers, for an opportunity to con
vince them that the Largest and Best Stock
Goods, ever opened in Nashville, is at No.. 15
Cedar street. Please call and examine. -
Clifton, Albright &. Co.
P. S. We are the only Agents in Nashville
for Thomas D. Delano fc Co.'s celebrated Life
Preservers, 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 lie seen to be admired. Their hither
to rapid sale . is the best assurance of their
Rock City Mills.
J. K. HAC'UAN A Co., Proprietor.
Ft' HAL'MAX & CO., Miiuulttctiirers of ROCK CITY
FLOCK, will pay tlie Inchest price at all times,
tor Wheat aiitl Coru, ul ttieir Mills, corner of Lane aud
Cherry streets, Nashville, Tenn.
RETAIL PRICE OF FLOtTK.
Kroui and after this elate, unul luilUer notice the
Kxl rjL K.imity Flour . . tl SO
Flue Flour ' 00
riiii.ilte.l -i. 51
Fine Bran 50
Mixcil lirau 6J
Coarse Bran 40
Corn Meal 00c bushel.
All artie-les sulii by tlie uniteisij:in-il
i'li verablf at
any place in the city free uf charge. When selling by
tin quantity, their rale of liisiount ie 10 er cent troui
retail pra-es. J. E. UAL MAN K CO.
I'lue Ivory Table Kulvea.
Talde Knives, with pure silver plated blades;
Desert ' " " " " "
Talde " plain steel blades;
Desert V " " " "
A i) Setts of 29 pieces plated and 6teel
blades w ith solid silver shoulders.
Ivory Ham Carvers.
Ivory Game do;
Coco Hold do;
We have ju.ut received these gooeLs from the
manufactory, and they will be sold lower than
can be bought elsewhere, for Cash.
To ervou Suilerrm.
A r"tirl Gentlsinan having been restored to health
n u few lays, ui'lt-r ainy yea.-d of uert uug bulleriitir
lils.'iet (free) to astist others, a copy of the presertp
t.ou ami a supply of tlie rctiie.ly, on receiving a
stamped e-ri-el-e bern: the applicant')? address. Ii
reel tho Ke. Jobs M. Jausai l, lSe Fultou stroe-t,
llrooklyn,N. Y aprt;)-tri-
raralikic CanncI Coal Oil,
For Jnbi icating Macliincry,
H)K SALK IN litis CITY HY
liu i, i'i:ni.ti o, & co.,
Aol-..rs FOR T1IK
L'.MU.' niAL A.D (!1L CUBPAXY,
J7N. P. Wii.i.ih' .. Journal ailvertisefuirculars
furnished gratis explaining thoreasoiis why it require
a ei-!ili"lii;in of "uecoinplislied mechanical genius" to
jK-raUi a Wheeler and Wilson's Sewing machine, ami
hy so many "eicellent lioue-kH'pt-rs" can not do
We won Ul call the juirlicnlar attention of
every rentier to the advertisement of Mc'-
LE-W'sS i KKXOTHEMNti COKOtAL and VoLCAMC
Oil LixuiENT. They are too wi ll known in
this community to require recommendations.
Uut there are many of our readers who are
suffering from a derangement of the digestive
organs, without the slightest idea of the renl
caue, giving rise to symptoms s ch as de
spondency, nervous tiuph asant feeling, inde
cision, lack of energy, making existence a
burd'll." To nil w ho may be so afflicted, try
this Cordial; it will give immediate relief.
To ull who may lie alUicted with Sores or
Taiiis of any kind, try ihe Liniment. See the
advertise m- iit in another column.
.'Nothing ele dura me any ftood.
LA.VCAsTMt ('. H., S. C, ll.iy, lsSH.
lr. C. M. JarXsvn, 1'kiUulrliikia: D-:ar Sir: I
have been aliltt"d with liy.-pepsia lor a number of
. his, and ui.i I three years huh 1 ciedd lied iiothm
winch w'l iilil ultiird nie rehel. Fori in ili-ly , l- r ins, 1
Ilea ill if Dr. Itis'tluiiii's Oeriiian Bitters, and llioiiKht
I woold try them, net however, will) much faith that
sle. old be bi-ii'-luicd by their use.
To my sui prise I found that on ukii'ij a few doses I
was relieved of the pinii in my side und chert, my ap
petae beetime fisl, I trained strength, and iu laet felt
stronirer and la belter heallli liiau I bail for a long
tune. 1 do not allow toys If to bo out ot tlie Hiliri s,
tl I run obtain them, for nuthinij e..i J5 mr ant gxi .
I am willini; t all tiiin-a anil ready lo fiale my casp to
any one who may wish to know tin- full particulars,
und shad with pleasure recommend them tn ail w ho
may be ailbcted w ith l'ysi-siu or Liver Complaint,
lor I believe if any thing will give them rels-f they
will b relieved by IIiH'tlaud'a ermau llitlern. Ma.
ti y ersiug 111 tins ! .sLi 'el have used the Hitlers with
betiedctal rexulta. and t have no doubt youou-ld get
a number el rertitleales were you to ask them, for to
my eortaiu kmiwledgetiuiie a number havf been very
much henefltied by tiie iiiieof y.iur medicine.
1 almost toi got to mention th.-it my itaughter, about
six years of age, wit cured ol Jaun.iae by iluoli'iad's
lo-rman li.tn-rs. I think best to mention hiH,a I
have never know n them UMs! iu any tHher casa of
the kind. Kuaa-cUull7 yours,
" A. ll.UJ-, Silversuuth.
Vitiu-wi,J. I. t.'iieex.
For tle at the iriuc.ial Oflic, 419 Arch Bt.,I'htla
Iflplila, nud are ndd by drn:i;itj! aud store kceira
in every towu and village in the I'uiled SuiO a, Cana
daa. West ludlea, aud South Anienea, at TS cent per
luntle. See that the 8inatiire of C. At. Jacksou U ou
itxi wrapper of each bott.e. eepl-lm
Masiivillk, Tcms., August Cist, ls5H.
This U.utk has removed t the ronier pjsisito the
I'buit.Ti' Kank, in '.lie eld I'lil-m ltauk builJtLg. Tho
biidduig t.n marly occupied by the Bank ul Commerce
is f r IU u ion favorabUi term. Apply tioou, U yon
waul it, to
aiinii If J SO. D. J A UK.
111. Kl-ti'J DISPEltiKAUY
VOll 1'ltlVATi: JilSKASKS.
Wftf c-j I tv. KLNu.rurintTly "t Nw York, for
aifiTe (te la-l lour eaia nf iimtsviile, E-u-l
, .11.1 w hu baa devolixl lit allonlaou to the treat
tueui ( private ilweMa lor over Hu yenra, liatu-ra
I, nine 11, having alieudod to a prin tu e for o many
y ears, aud cured au many l'iouantia, be m enabled u
toio all uiaeasea ol privaia ualure, no matter how
tufl Ihey may be from iiijudicsxia me.ncal lieatuet t,
or iroiu iu'dwti'l Heir uu. tr. King's lnpouai )
U No tvaaerica street, bet vU u.-rr) ud t.io
iiare, re'Mid lry , w uvre tie cure, alt uneosea of a
b uimuiaiurii l itlioul uum.Su uiedS-'Uie or Ui-t.-rni'Uoe
,iki,-u ua ot old or nrul tale, eltectuaily cured IB
a lew da, by au opvrataxi wiia b tust uu aiu.
V bre a .-Utt'lurv exmla Uralia eauuot be enjoyed.
I'uinap. uu iIim'om cauaea tuure aib.btef and uuuer
uiui um oiiintiiuiiue o mutli.
sv t-mua, w nii all Uee duiuaara of the akta, f rowleg
out ut ueivu.1 ur bod imwtaucbt, Cau Oe t-uociuahy
iurl iu a lew days.
aajuxox waoajuBa J'axUcular altentloo nainj beu
giveu to ttiia duieaar, and all the couee(UiiCe grow
Mi out j It, bntuubt ua aaony cji.. b) the .
erucov. ha Sua ut uuwuaidwrau YouUia aud cie
jv uolulooce ot Um pM'U, a ucgVt- m wlia ti ,i
uilwauiM Um owwikiUiiw, mi'k ruiic Ve aubj-vt in at
lor biwiiiwiir aucaty . ail it eauMtuig pceloalui e oel age.
Imuaie. Ih uaay u. Uburu-s w .OA oiiy dinxattj S
Ue Wuiub luay rnliMurvd ul auutaiiitc rr-la-f.
fvreues rwl lui abruaU, by writiuf and atotui(
ibeir tummt , w OA a lo muc umtl , dilwWu Iu lar. A. king,
u. il iKad.ra:k atne, ajdui, Teua., anil hay
Uae Mcraarr awuKawasal tu tteeir aoureaa, wttb UM-
ry aireeuuna. aifict avem-y ottaervvu. odace
booi s Iruui W o uWk ut Utoiaurauta: ttaui tt la Ute c(
uun may -aiiAly
Th :ilxlr, ' r ' ' ' '
Prejared by Ir.jAS. W UXlAVls.lur Um cure pt DY
l 4"S V, aud uochiua' Vut iYat UTV, (as advertawd la
auottte fcotuuia J Eaa, by -- ri-rtlr,tftiaiiniS fur
I tacit u Li'b a rvseiUtiua hi Meiladelptiia, that Hiyai
vuaa cuaUitud with ua )m'perua,uuui aUaaas.
aalresad se-acrttMjc a tu Uhmt puUeau,CMktued,
by obearnaiion, of Ita great efflcf Ui restorUia; tha
daurder4 dtvuranak a Uaa.UiJ (uucoua. Xa
tocroua taanaaC l'ypt!y , uf Uia aiuat Cra rated
iLaractar, wtneh rre abaadua.4. aJ Utv'Uiahia by
autue of tha atadwaJ Fatfclty, kw, tjf the 4 Utoe
tiiiJ-, -ea raaaurea tu frt mi kaajth, as auaaied oaT
iavauutily. . aai-ly
. ILujj'ax, Sept. 23. The ship Roseolreath,
arrived here, reports having passed, Sept, 15.
in lat. 45 12 and Ion. 41.48, a large red bot
tom steamer on lire.- She was evidently
American built. A snip was alongside.
Afterward. the Captain of the Roeentrcath
hailed the ship and was answered that there
was nobody on board the steamer, and they
could not b-arn the name of the burning ves
seL The steamer City of Baltimore left New
York on the 9th. and ought- to have been
somewhere about .that, latitude by the 15 tb.
She is red liottomed, but is a screw steamer.
The only other steamer from New York like
ly to be near the spot indicated is the North
Star which sailed on the 11th, but she is cop
per bottomed. -
The captain of the Rosen treath knows noth
ing more that was imparted to him by the
captain of the Arabian. He cannot say wheth
er the burning steamer was of iron or of wood,
a paddle or screw steamer. Further particu
lars will probably be obtained ou the Arabian's
arrival here, which is hourly expected.
- Gold Excitement.
St. Lous, Sept. 25. Kansas papers state
that the gold excitement is very intense. .
."lore About tlie Burning; Steamer.
New York, Sept. 25. There is still doubt
as to w hat burning steamer it was that the
Captain of the Rosentreaih saw at sea. It
was conjectured that it was the Ariel or the
Austria. Twenty five per cent for insurance
on the latter was refused in Wall street yes
terday. Cx-Prraldent Valvorde.
New York. Sept. 25. Ex-President Val
vorde arrived at Turk's Island on the 3d.
Trinity Bat, Sept. 25. DeSaunty, the
Chief Electrician, says there has been nothing
intelligible from the Cable since September
the 1st, except feeling a few signals on the
Ilnming Steamer Tlie AuNtrta.
New Yoke. Sept. 25. The Arabian has
arrived at Halifax, and gives a description of
the burning steamer, which renders it almost
Certain that it was the Austria.
New Orleans. Sept. 25. Deaths from yel
low fever yesterday 43.
fHJi tJELEHKATF.D HOLLAND RaMEDY f0
DISEISE OF THE KIDXEI8.
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various allectiou? ronpuqucnl upon a disor
ders!! Stoiiiacli or Liver.
Such as Indigestion, Acidity of tlie Stomach, Cholic
Phuis, ileiirthurn, l-os oi' ApM-tite, Ilespondeury ,
Cestiveiir-ss. Hlind and Illeeding Pile. In all Ner
v"ir l'.lii iiiii.iLie, and Neuralgu- Alloe-tiona, it baa. id
mimerous iii'-tnnces, proved highly beuetieuel, and ID
others ofl'T ted a decided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prrred od
strictly scientific principle, after the manlier of tin
celebrated Holland professor, Itoerhave. Because ol
IU great success in most of the Kiiroiieun States, it
introduction into the Citited states was intended mor
esisM-ially for those of our fatlu-rlaiid scaltereil her
und there over the face of tins mighty country.
Meeting with gvat success among theni, 1 now offe
it e tlie Ainenc.in ubiic, know ing that il truly won
derful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly rr-ronmiciiccd to those person
w -hose constitutions may have been iminireil by lb
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other tonus oi dis
sipation. iM'iierally instaiilaneoiis iu c-llff t, it lituis il
way direcU to the seat of life, thrilling and ipiii ken
nig every nerve, raising up the ilrooping spirit, and,
in fact, infusing new health und vigor in the system.
NOTICE Whoever expects to ti ti d this a bevcra,
will be disapxinted ; but to the Kick, the weak a
low spirited tt will prove a grateful aromatic cordial
possessed of singular remedial properties.
C A 1 X IO,
The great ipularity of this delightful Aroma ha
induce.! many lmitatious, w hich the public shoo I
guard against purchasing, tie not persuaded to hu
anything etse until you have given Itocrhave ilo
l.uid ISitteri! a fair trial, fine bottle will convince yc
how minutely superior it is to all these imiuinoiis.
e" Sild at $1 l-r bottle, or nx bottles for $5,
THE SOLE PROPRIETOR.
IJF J A7II I'Ab'L', Jr., & CO.,
Mauulactunug Pharmaceutists ami 'h'-mlsta.
Sold by Th-iiggists generally throughout the Luileo
Stales anil Cauadas.
aT" 'd til Nashville bv
FV IN, PF.M1.EfON k CO., Wholesale Ag'ts
W. W. MKItKY A- HEotuVIUX,
fr. A. II . KCUK.
ji. g. imowx,
IVFJIOVlLli: A HIT.L,
G. W. HKNIirtJlsHn'lT,
Hr. T. VKI.I,
WKIJj?, IMtiPFJt k CO
Hl-itH i HL.VTKK,
And by lrngj;ists generally throughout the ftate
185S. Fall and Winter. 1S.18.
I HAVE now in .ctore one of ttn Iarg.-st and best
selected siocksof ! I KMSH io M M disever brought
lo this m irket, consef ing 1:1 earl of
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, w ith, and without
Collars, w hite atul Color,-,!
Cross and Diagonal Plait Shirts, "f every size
and stvle, warraned to tit.
Underwear, of Coshniero Shaker Flannel, Meri
no. l.airib Wool Ac , Ac
Buckskin I'ndershirta aud Irawvr.
Half Ho6 Cashmere, Lamb's Wool, Brown and
W luUf CoUoli.
Gloves Alexander's Kid, inlk, Huck, Cloth and
Tiet, e.lrfs, Handkerchiefs, Ftockf , ic.
Traveling Shawls, every size, style audpr.ee.
Traveling Jackets aud Caps.
TTOnks, tar Hi Bags, Valines, of all styh-s aud
Faay Osods. lacfiainmu Hoards, Ivory and
WihkI e liesMiii-n ; Ivory , tiufialo and Horn Vimb;
Hair, Cloth ami Nail Hrush.-f ; sV;, Murors; Port
Monme; sb-cve and Vest Uutlon. Perfumery ; Kog
ers'a Pocket Knives aud Sot.ars, k.
fersoiiw wishing bargains in any of the above
named articles would do well tn mil at
J. II UrelilX.
Ladiee'anri Centlemen Fnrtjistiint A fancy tennis,
t'orncr Colce atree.-.aaid t ubia. square, -
aeptlfWtf - XashviUe, Teon.
JOU YOttk aSa. t:o..
Book Sellers, nook-Hinders and
ELA.S BOOK lulMFUTLEERS,
IV o. 39 I mIou Strsptt
Received by JOHN YOUK A. Co.
Two it .11. out. X Poem by the anthor of .V.aAiay I
HVar. ,' . ,
Lm'Jt and lnrknes. er, the Shadow nf Tate! '
The Coopers. A acw nov.l XpyWuxt labrary.
A Womau'a Tbouhu about Wumaa, ty Job a Hal
The Lorturoaof Lola Monies.
Hugh Miller's New Dook Cruise of the Reteey.
Major J'otter's late and Ad rent ores Folic and
War. , ...
followirj the IVuai: A c!tmie tt Froauec Life.
Romantic laaaiea a aouta wcalero U.Moiy, by
IsabeltaGray. A Boret, ay A lAf. '
H sv-r ol C1vi:iatioi in .a" by IT. T. HurkU.
Uoaubj ' Tk'At Uuua ut icUb.J alio Aa!lu PllJ
HtUf . ..:;.- ' 1 ' ' '
hyard Taylor's TraviU in I ui. i ,.'. &(r.
Lit a of Kaaaata Ourarraa. Kurtk Ut 1 eler the
Doaavstia- Aauab of ScolUad, by Robert Ctiam.
txra. . : i -
Siweches and Wnui; ut lloa. T. P. MarshaS, of
California Ufa lllui-Aratad Ao! Wo Addxeaa to
YoODf Aiaerie. t .
Mary ! t, by Vm Abb i. ftuptans.
Pa Mredaia, b j Mia. L. II. tHeOtuaer. . t
. Bella ttrtuaa ua a am la J. port Yive km Vie. :
" lluctur Thowna, A Navel, by atadaave TrwU.
Wbawell' Hu-lory of the Ipdvutive scKiaeea.
The Ua aa4 Tsaaaa at Jik atdier, by T. K . Brows,
Tfca Lifb of Ca- EAvaleck.'by Wo. Brock.'
Qluauauti lUad B-o tt Ataencoa Travel,
staa aad Woowa. A Bouk ot Fixems, by Bnmumg.
PU) aad FoeB,by Baker. ' ' '
; " V.ttiouw.'i Pitw. &ikM ta l re!., M- '
til ... . . J
i . -1 t XacBsnaT, dept. 23, 6 P. H.
COTTON There was an active, demaad to-day and
prices show about e advance. Sales 647 -bales 1
at 11c; 27 at 11 Ji; 1&4 at 12; and 465 at 12. Ko
ceipte Cse bales, - -. i
- -tiRAiN. Wheat is arriving- more freely, and 'the
demand at the same time falling off. Price show less
lirmnes. and we hear of sales of prime 1-lod at $1.06,
and prime White at 91 15. Cora is suffer, and selling
at 70 lo7 cenUi - s
BACON This article continues dull, and we hear
of forced sales at rates below the current quotations.
We quote Clear iSidea tides 10 AO 10 Sc.; Bibbed
Side, Balumore,8tol0c. , .
Ivmt the Cinrinnati Price Current.
' Cincinnati .riarketa.
CneassATi, Sept. 23, 1858.
CHEESE The market lias ruled firm throughout the
week, aud prices are well sustained, although the
stock is accumulating. Tlie sales comprise S.OLHj bxs
at 7c for prime W. JR.; 77 for extra large do;
6uJ9i for English Dairy, aud lb for Piue Apple.
Received during the week 10,93 boxes, and exported
. FRLITI5 Tnere is a g-od demand for Green Apples,
aud prices are firm at f I bOfa Sd ft bbl; fur fair to
gnod qualities, aud S3 iOfifH for choice.
Dried fruit is dull, prices merely nominal at SI
SI 75 l bushel for Apple, and i 5tJS4 for peaches.
Lemons are dud at $3 box.
Currants are steady, with a fair demand at 9c. -
Figs dull, and nominal.
Raiema are Arm at S3 53 50 for Layer, and Si
obfa,S2 75 for M. R. '
Ir E-VTHERS A good demand, and prices remain
firm at 44rt,i4S.
ej!NENei There is an active demand for this ar
ticle; and the receipts sell quick at 5(1.
HIDEjs The market is lirtu, but prices are unchang
ed, and we vefiture to quote: Flint at lu14c, Dry
Salted Italic; Green Baited 6,"c. aud eireeu at
IHuN A limib.-d demand only for pig, without any
change iu prices w-hatever. We continue to quote si5
(Still as the range for Ohio river hot blast. liars are
iu moderate demand at -,c for common.
LEA1HEK The market is unchanged in every re -s;iecL
The demand is hut moderate;. We continue
to quote :
Sole, city tanned ft lb.
Hemlock , do do " .
Horuess Leather Ai
(skirting " .
Calf S-kins, dozen ..
Kip do 44
C pis-r Leather doz . .
. . . . ie- a50
OILS I.insced has beeu less active, and but little
has beeu done, though we notice no disposition to ac
cept a decline, ou the part ef holders, m order to
elljet sales the belief beiug, that price must sooner
or later go higher, owing lo the great falling off in the
Ci-op of seesl in the west the preseut Season. We quote
s.5f;8Gc. the latter the small way.
Lard Is firm at 8oc lor Xo. 1.
The llojf Market.
I'ntil within the last week there has been a gored
demand for Hgs, (or November delivery , at So, and
for the foreiurt of Iiecember delivery, at $5 6 r
civt., net, but tiie admirable- manner in which tlie coru
is ripeuiug. and the decline iu i'ork, with au absolute
certainty-that a pretty large stock will go over to the
next season, have had a depressing influence on the
feelings of sieciilators, regarding tlie future and there
were several anxious to S'-ll Hoj.s for early delivery,
ihe past week, at $5 75, but buyers had disappeared.
It SM'tiM quite plain that lie ideas of those who have
expected a '-short crop'' are undergoing a radical
change, and they are beginning to discuss the possibi
lity of the reverse be.itg the case. Indeed, the im
pression is gaining ground rapidly that So fur Fork.
Ihe coming season, is above a satu point, and that the
eliaaeea are all a-faiusl those who buy at tins rate.
The Coru Crop.
We have advices of a reliable nature from all parts
of tiie West, regarding tlie growing Corn crop, of
quite a recent date. Without giving them iu dt-Uills,
we will sum up the points, as points, as follows: The
Cora, except that planted in the latp-r part of June,
is now nearly ripe, the ears uuusual'y large, and fully
developed. No frost has yet come to injure it iu the
U.-c-t, and should the weaiher leiiuuu as it now is tor
two weeks longer, even that sown Lite will be ripe.
We have an ear grown from seed plat bed the 2Sth of
June, in la. r soil, which is ful'y developed, and too
hard for table use. The rapidity w ith which Corn
has grown, from tho 1st of July, on up to t e present
t-te, is the subject of v ery general comiiieni , and
the st-iteineiils be-fore us, wnh regard to this feature,
seetii, in many eases, uicredible.
From the luformaUon we have, there seem to be
but little doubt that tin- crop n the North-western
Suites w. 11 he fully two-thirds that of List year. Ill
Kentucky it will bet tire fourths, but we allow this ex
cess lo make up for Indiana, winch stand rather be
low eur estimate. lb.
i:. i. tiiA.vsi.oriv,
Auclioneer and dVueral Agent,
FOR THE SALE OF
REAL ESTATE, 3IEK(HAM)1SE, ECCGLS,
Furniture, Vehicle, Mock, Ae.,
radicular attention to St!ts of City or GAintry
I WILL nlso attend to the CoiiKensG cf Accorvrs
Notkh, A-c, in this or any ef the iiuoiMNr, oorsnKs
utttcp. Patriot tiltlce Counting Kjm tu, where orderscan
be left tu my atis-nce. p-7
Valuable City Lots,
Situated on Market and Summer Streets,
At lullic Sale.
On Saturday, October 9th, 1858,
AT the Court House gate, I will oiler lor Sale that
valuable liusiiiess U'l. fronting
tiflylwo feet on market afreet,
and rnrinimr back lets feet, and adjoining the store
house formerly o-cupied by M'-rris k Matthews.
T.ns Lot will be divide 1 or sold all b'gethi-r to suit pur
chasers. Tlie locality will at once o-nitiieud itself to
capitalists, or to the business man as having superior
advantages to any that have to en or may be offered
for some lane m cmo il is uin ueessary fir k lo
remind them that there are 'ew , if any. Lot that can
Im- b night on that -tie-t, and uow is their last chance
to estahli-h themselves ou the most eligible busiuess
street in the City.
I will also sell at the same time and place 107 feci
M tlie Corner of Gay aud Summer sta.,
uit.dile tor private residences, bi-ing s t ilted in a
lliriving and desirable ortion ofthecity. Thisprop.
erly will be divided Into ttiree lss, or sold all topeth
'T if desired. The proximity iH tliese lots to the bus
jiiess part of the city makei-them very desirable for
business men, aud I would etrnesllv rail the atten
tion of the public to these sales as offering rare in
ducements. Tunas or Salk. A credit of one. two and three
years, with uotes well endorsed , payable in Bank,
hearing inWre-sl from date, Slid S lieu retained.
K K. e.!.ASCK'K.
sepPJl-td Real taU- Agent.
TWO FREE-SOIL LOTS.
I AM offering- at private sale, until the 9th of Octo
ber next, two beaut. tut Buihiing Lots, situated on
II. e Franklin tike, or Spruce aireet, just beyond
liroad, free from taxation, and in one of the most de.
airable neighborhoods Iu the city. Sai l Lots front
eiu h XI feet ou Spruce street, running back 150 leet
to a 10 feet alley. We w ill give a bargaiu tu these
lots, and if not soi l by tliat time will bo offered at
pub'ic s:ile at the Court House gate.
Fur lurlher particulars enquire of
E-.it. OLASCOCK , -sept21-tf
- Reml EeUte Agent.
Valuable Free-Soil Property
IM IU. sell the house and lot at present occupied
and ow ned by Wtu. T. Moaby. stiuau-d on Hotb
lrect, Suilh Nashville, fronuug aixty leet, aud rua
mug b.u k two hundred.. The houso is a brick , with
alt other nccc.-ry out huil hugs, all m good repair.
Also, A vacant lot fronting on II. gh street thirty -all
loci, and running bock -Jeaj fact: a good locatioa for a
building site, 'ibis is ileHuable proprty , to Uxata
w.shii-g lo get rid ot ine enormous taxes that are toi.
l-H-d u prof-erty hohters, and we would earnestly
invite tiioee wihuig to invest in roalosbtto loataaiUM
TaKJw or eaia. A credit of one, two and three
years, with interest from rial.
4w- For further paroculars call oa
E. K. i!.A.COCK,
Je7. Real F-ltte Agf-rL '
lOO BAGS BALTIMORE Ct)t't FE, for sale cheap by
. L1IXON k VU., IS CoOege at. -
100 BAUd BALTIMORE tOF FA', f.u saW cheap by
DILLON & (IE, 15 College St.
10O BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
- , DILLON CO , 15 College t
lOO BAC.S BALTIMORE COFTTE, or sale cheap by
IHIJjON & CO.. 15 Colk-ge sL
I OO BAtiS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for aae cheap by
- I'lLLOy a CO , 1 College St.
lOO BAGS BALTIMORE COfTLE, for aale cheap by
' WLIXJX k CO., 15 College st.
10O BAGS BALTIMORE QFFtX, for sale cheap by
I'lLLON Co., IS CoUege at.
1 OO BAGS BALTIMORE COF1EF-, for sa'e cheap by
aug?t-tf 1IU)X a Co , UColleg. M
ai r.a n'rwi, . w. onrss Bavta,
l.ile t M r- k T'-rraas. Late of It. U Morris A Co,
Vli iill lcl lUV CO.,
i (. re msk to H. B. Morris k Co. J
Vt'DOLESALE CEOCECS 13 COMISSIOJ
in i mm as u
Foreign and - Domestic Liquors.
Koa. 8 ana 15 Market Street,
XA S If VI L L TA'XA'SS S EE,
HA VS. koad attd utf to the trade ea rwaaoaa
tH tntu the f 'II- au.' articles, and aid be la
v.ilnl rocn uf ficwlt saptdjea : -
ua lue. a. iavs evci'k AOaal Cigars, ' aaaorted
s-Mao , . araaMsa;
i l bins. Holto. nrtasUva ntwliaOtntTa; '
.-soar; - to cawt MtorkMi;
-- 5d bbta powdered do; aa bwas grou4 pepp";
', :i bbea lof w v. . , X a mats Tatw;
lio ba iwime Coffee; .lea una pawled Bur Aria,
.io kra Nads ..-.! ' t'eaar -loo
boat atuwawrai; I.lqsjora.
loo ma. ; too be nitmt ajr;
ii e, do. Ooldva fyrup; Id Joauaaca Rmbj:
24 bos Pej.o.-!r, . - ' d Kyeaad Buar
I IS lpww ; boo ; - -
1 baits tr; K bbts. chides U.saoja-
7S bosea loOaoeo, (all r j bU; - ' - ' -f:aJe)r
" " bbia. Bi-urboa froea 3
70O buaaw i-tor Caadies; - yrs oid ;
tOewsW , . 2oa lM a-'d lAaeaars;
lot bus Hrapuig Twiaa; bbea. iaw. braady;
bbta N. V. .
riUS aadaratgaeA bas tear to tafrfts h frtaads
X 1 and patruaa, that a baa rbanad bia iaraier
rofibartiaa ia buineea. an4 tn future wul cajry aa
bwatueea at b aid staBd , a b owa scroaat. Tuom
tndetrliN up" t tMT !raae forward
sad auake iMiyaiwaA. ua wlii be taaut ftn for fa
Sura patrotl.e. , - tAAtUOlAot
e 4-Sr - -a
i ': 'Wilsou Spring laot.
Thos. B. McEwen and others vs. Nance k afatkiclt.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the above cause, I will sell at the
Court House, tn this citv, ON SATURDAY, THE 23D
DAY OK OCTOBER NEST, on a credit of 1, 2 and S
years, without interest, Lot Xe. 24 la ihe plaa of Wil
son Spring property. This Ut fronts 93 feet on Vine
street extends through to High street includes the
Big Spring, and contains about X of an acre, and will
be sold as a whole or divided suitably.
-J. E. CLEAVES,
septl5-td " Clerk k Mooter.
Lots on Bell street, Edgefield.
John -"!xon vs. O D. Walling and A. T. Raynver.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, at May Term, 1858, tn above cause, I
will sell, on the premises, ON WEDNESDAY, THE
20TH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, the property describ
ed in the pleadings in this case, and being a parcel of
ground lying on the West side of Bell street, and be
tweea Foster and Weunore streets, in Edgefield.
This property has been divided in Six Fine Lots, of
good size and good depth, and three of them have
houses upon them; and will be sold on six and twelve
months credit, for notes and approved security lien
to be retained and sale rues ntoa Rufmrnoi.
J. E. e; LEAVES,
septlS-td Cleric k Master.
Cameron Property near corner
of McLemore &. Cedar sts.
D. F. Wilkiu, Adm'r., vs. Sarah Cameron aud others.
F' pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the above cause. I will sell, at the
Court House, in this citv, ON SATURDAY, THE ED
DAY' OF OCTOBER NEXT, all that parcel of Real Estate
of which Ihtniel Cameron died Seized and puesessed,
lying west of Capitol Hill, and near the intersection of
Cedar aud McLemore streets, as a whole or divided
to suit parties, rerms, 12 months' credit with inter
est. J. E. GLKAVElt,
sepU5-td Clerk k Master.
Five Shares Building Associa
Dyer Pearl & Co., vs. E. F. Ligier and others.
IN pursuance of decree of the Chancery Court, at
Nashville, ui the above cause, I will sell, at the
Court House, in this citv, ON' SATURDAY, THE 23D
DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, to the highest bidder for
cash, Fivs Shares NisHvn.LK BeaniNO Assort mo
Stock, or so much of the same as may be uecessary
to pay compUuuaul's debt and costs.
J. E. CLEAVES,
septl5-td Clerk A Master.
Tract of Land on BricJk. Church
Wm. B. Walton vs. J. J. Ham and Albert Jenkins.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu the above cause. 1 will sell, at the
e'ourt House, iu this citv, ON SATURDAY, THE 231)
DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, on a credit or one and two
years, and free fnrm retlemp'i'm, s tract of 23 acres
and 4o Kles of ljinil, lying 2t miles from the city,
aud ou the west side of the Brick Church Turnpike,
opposite Capt. W. B. Wultou's residence.
J. E. GIJiAVES,
septlft-td Clerk A- Master.
IMVEIISITY OF NASHVILLE.
I. Collegiate Department,
U I A tt lalaVoUIa.
J. Rkkkikn Ijniwlev, M D. .D D.. Chancellor of the Uni
versity, and Professor of Chemistry and Geology.
Col. B. K. .loHSo-N,8uTiutendoiiiof the Military Col
lege and Professor of Engineering.
JaMKS F. Hamilton, A.M. , Prolessor of Mathematics,
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy .
J H. Stkwakt, A.M., Professor of Uree-k and Latin
I.'UJguages and Literature.
F. I- J. Tui.-csK-s, A.M., Professor of Freucb and
G. S. ilueMK, A.M.jM.D., Professor of Botany and
Rev. I. W. IIovtk, A. M..M.D-, Professor of Mental and
Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
C. K. Wivwros.M.D., Surgeon.
' 1 'HE First Term of the next Academic year cum
X. meaces on the I'llth of September, aud the Sec
ond Term 14lt of February.
Tuition. B.iarding, Washing, Fuel. Rooms, Servants'
atten'lai.re, and Use of Arms, Slno per Term. M'4
triculatioii Fee $.' Studeuts are required to furnish
their rooms, which can be done at a moderate charge,
by rent or purchase. Kngun-eriug. French, Spanish,
German, Drawing, Book-keeping, and Fencing, each
Sid per Term of twenty weeks.
iu the regular Collegiate Course, the ancient reputa
tion of tin- University for Scientific and Classical
Scholarship will be man. tamed, and at the same tinio,
every facility afforded those w ho desire to pursue a
partial course. Besides the four regular College Class
es, there is also a Preparatory Class. Students under
14 yi-ars of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, eff.-ctive govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
opicr and indnstrh-ns habits are promoted.
For Cut ilognes. or additional information, apply to
any ineuiber of tlie Faculty.
II. .Medical Department.
rx Ml F. Seventh Annual Course cd Ierturei in this
JL Institution w ill commence on Mouuay , the 2d of
November rext, and continue until the first of the
TiloaAS R Jk.vm.tos, S O., Professtir of Anatomy.
J In sums IjMisijn , M.D. , Professor of Cliruiuiry and
C. K. Winstox, M V., Professor of Materia Meeicaand
A.H. BrcBAWAN, M D., Professor of Surgical Anato
my and Physiology.
Joux M SVatsoji, M.D., Professer of Obstetrics aud
aud the Diseases of Woinau and Children.
I'Art F. Evs, M.D., Prolessor of Principles aud Prac
tire of Surpery.
W. K. BowijNo. M D. , Profesmir of Institutes and
Practice ot Medicm.
W'liijAM T. Bmoeis, M !., Adjunct Professor aud Ie
inoiistraU'r of Anatomy.
The Anatouikal Rooms will bo opened for students
on the first Monday iu October, (the Mb).
A Preliminary Courte of Lectures, free to all Stu
dents, will be given by tlie Professors, connueiiciag
also on the first Moudiiy ot October.'
Tlie Tennessee Stuu- Hospital, under the direction
'f the Faculty, is Ps-n to the Clas free of charge.
A Clmique lias been established m couuei tnn with
the I tilversity .at which np-rations are performed and
cases ureoenbed for and lectured uikiu iu the presence
of tlie class.
Amount of Fees for iAvtntes is $105; Matriculation
fee 0aid onr only ) S5; Piactical Anatomy S10; Grmd
nation fee. S-5.
OiMid iMiarding can he procured for S-1 to S4 per
week. For further information or Catalogue apply to
W. K. BOWLING, M. P.,
jy23-?m Isan of the Faculty.
SHELBY MEDICAL COLLEGE,
SESSION OF 1858-5 9.
rpHF. URST F.FGULAR rOfRXR OF I.KtTL"KES in
L this Inst ituisin will cointuenre on Moniy, the
1st or NovutUKK, l$5o, aud wd! continue to the 1st uf
Thb PiutiiarvAHV Cot-Rsc or I.rr-rrsKs, free to all
studeuts, will te given during the mouth of October.
TlIoMAS L. MA1I IN. M. D,, Professor of Anatomy
(Ik-si ripiive, H stotogical aud SurgH-aL)
JtJIlN IREDlJilCK MAY, M. D., Pr.dess. of Pricci-
pies and Operatsuu of Surgery.
DANIEL F. WRIGHT, M.D., Professor of Physiology
JoHN H. CAIJ.ENPFR, M. D., Profeaaor of MolerU
Meda-at and Therm peuuea.
RICHARD O. CURKEY, M. P., Frnfewior of Medical
Chenustrv and Medical Jurmprudeore.
K. B. H.C-K1NS, M. D., Prolessor of Theory and Prac-
lice of Meilicine.
JOHN P. FiU), M.D. Professor of ObstrUics and
Ilseases of W omen aud Children.
II. M. aiMPTtiN, M. D. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
TmsCitt Hopmtai is u n the prrmaes of the Col
lege, aud under control of the Faculty, at which ope
rations are performed, and com.-, pruat-nbed lor, aud
Clinical Lectures delivered.
Amount of fees for LerUtrM, SI 05 ; Matriculation
fee, pant but wire, S5 OO ; DutnoDMrator'a ton, re
qoired but ire, StO UO; Graduation fee Si5 OO.
Excellent BoardUig caa be obtajued lor Si 60 to
$4 00 rr week.
For further details, or announcements, apply to
JOHN P. FoRD,M.D.,
Jyl7 Peaa of tlie Faculty.
WUlto't t'reeli. Spring.
rT'HE next -saion of this School will opea ou Uua
X day ihe rib day of September.
Farmers and Planters.
Portable Farm & Plantation 52U1,
(PATEN TED MARCH, 1858.)
F)R Grinding fend for e4ocs, and Cora or other
graiu in every variety , irtd for family oae,
aul by aimply rbouguig tbe fiiUeS will frmd IItbas.
Points, Pnnlert Ink, lonery, Ac, ax. Tbe principle
of Uua M.11 at entirety aaai.aad IU ad vantages over
every RoTAr Mux re bigbly Hnportant. 1st It m
lun durabM, bavmg fow uiues tlie griadicg surf ace
of any tlutary Mall requiring tbe same smownt of
power, sad. Aboat half the power M saved, aa the
re solan co- is alt withsa uae iscb of tbe centre of tbe
suaft. Srd They are anode of dillereul eaparuins so
aa tn be veraed by baud or ward to suit aay aaaoaut
of power to aa almost util.mileO rUt. 4Ui. It caa be
purchased at a Law rwa. 5cb lis estresoe araipuct
ty siiAbwaa per. in W km ihoa Tdtaary capavray to
remove tus W'lrsottt aiatesaud repioca llmni by naw
oca, atb. The ptatrs caa ba replaced ata coat not ta
exceed si So. th. U w 11 tx clog, the recipe oral
les BiMUua , comboied w ith tbe peculiar dress of tha
ataa-s, reoderuig a linpxaaible. sta. It oocupM but
suae roucn, aad uteaaity reuooved frues itac to place.
It is capable of grmUtag a anuch larger auautay of
gram luau aay other Mm, wttb um auyhciMi tat tbe
aaiua amount uf power.
lbe sabecriber baa tae exclusive rabl to sell tba
abwrs Moil la tha Mala of tuiwmr.
PaagbAeepste, N- T.
Tfl E mvrtoersbip baredrfore es betwwea Mac
t-uuus, Au tv,( New Urleaaa, aad M.
W AuuwaT a Co,, of Nooavil... Traa, a aaJij by
Mil ail eocumbt, brg UotgrtaT aad Aoas Huk
bead bavtag purcbaaml Ute enure Uitart ml S. IL.
Abowy,Eoa f ia aoMl evueero.
JAMXS BANK HEAD, .
; N. K. AUJJ VAV,
Kaabtrnw, Brj. Ji, JA.
THE liabilities of Mttviis.M, Attawav k Co., aad
N. L AUufilSta.an aaauassd mf lm aea
auatoera, aader Um Ira wf Mooarrcur k Mnaab.ad,
af New OrUaua.aad AaSBaa haokUead A I a , 4 Ssoa-
vtUa,Teaa, Jaat--. BASAliEAD,
Ksahvilk, 6epc Tl,
rTAKK great plraAure la racMaataadrng tha am of
Mac iaaaMia jt sUaaaaAa, ut Smm Or team, aal
J.ssa BaJaasAa a I , ed toat crfy, ta lue pauwoafa
of taa fiifSMt (ikads Jt tha uld s at.
. . , S. . XUi)Vsr.
1 Kasao, f mi. -ofUO-t
A. W. WCXLL 'i
. We are now in receipt of our Fall Stock of - -
HARDWARE, GUMS AND CUTLERY,
The Largest and Best Assorted ever offered to the Nashville Trade cmopria
ing'EV'ERY article usallj to FOUND in a HARDWARE HOUSE. Tlie STOCK
being unusually large and WISHING to KEDUCE the same, we are now of
All Goods at Reduced Prices for CASH, 1
AND TO ALL FRO MPT PAYING RESPONSIBLE PARTIES WE ARE OFFERLNQ
LIBEliAL PRICES ON THE USUAL TIME. - ,
M'CALL, VANLEER & CO., .
Sign of the Big Padlock
Ko. 44 SO UTII MARKET ST., NEAR TIIE SQ If ARE,
DR D. F. WRIGHT,-
Late of letuplila,
HAVING removed to Nashville, offers his profes
sional services lo its citiseus. Office and resi
dence iu Shelby Medical College, corner of Broad and
Vine stre-eta. aug3-3iu
THOS. T. SMILEY
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will practice his profession In the Courts of Da
OM'tca No. 11, in Capt. Williams' Building, Cherry St.,
DR. JOII1V W. 3IORTON,
Eesidence, Cor College and WatkizuV Avenue,
(rOKMKKl.r UXB STKJOtT,)
Offlre No. 63 North Clierry Street.
Atlantic Telegraph SuccessfuL
n m & m a
Xew York lAillinery Empoi.um,
32 t nlon St.. NaaltvlIIe, Tenn.
! M US. DO Y IaK
RESPKCTFT 1J.Y announces to the 1 Aid les of Nash
ville, Shite of Tennessee, and adjoining Stabs,
Unit she will receive In a few flays from New York
the laryel and most BiogniScent stocks of '
Frencli Pattern llonnets,
as well as the cheapest ever brought lo tins city, ia
part as follows :
I'"! Fall and Wmt"T Bonnets, all colors;
lSoe) Ijtdiesand Misses Browu aud White Leghorn
Bloomers, new styles;
500 Cheiuel. Fancy Bugle, Marebeau, Plain and Flow
er Head DreaMes;
filK) 1-o.lios' Dress Caps;
1500 B.'s exira-an French Flowers for Party and
1600 putce Rich Winter liouuet Ribbons, new styles;
JJtO boxes White, Red and colored Plumes.
Such ss Collars, Sleeves, Handkerchiefs, Setts, Binds,
E'lguigs.Chlldr.-u'i Robes, Wan-la andCax-s. A large
lot of Paleut Sktru aud torsels. Cloth Clunk nf tbe
most s. (Hilar styles Furs in great quantity , all the
. .. f..... .1... I' M-lw U. Ol.rf
Old Bouuela reuovalud aud retrimmel In No.
1 si vie.
augla tf MRS. POYIJF..
(i Kit MAX HAKMOMA HALL,
No. JVIarket atreet.
Will open on Tuesday, July 27th, ISiS.
THE celebrated Professor aul Teacher,
New urlesns aud Memphis, would re
Siectfully announce to tbe Ladies and Gen
tlemen of Nashville tbatehe has baeu solici
ted by many citisens of this city to opeu a DANciNU
ACADEMY. Tbe success aud encouragement aha baa
met with in every city bore ebe has laugtit, gives her
hopes for the same here. She will leach the Celebra
ted and fashionable Lancer's guadrille. tn rlasMie of
eight at private residences and al the Academy , and
tbe following lashnmanie Uaneee
Lancer 's (Jua lrllk-s,
Five Tune Walts,
Three Time Walts,
In addiuoo, Panrea for Masters and Mioses.
The Mower INtuce
The shawl Dunce,
For Gentlemen Tueadaya, Tbarsdays aad Satur
days, from T ull to r. It
' Fee Masters, Utile Mum-a aad lavda-e Tuesdays ,
Tburvlaysaad natardays, from tullt T. M.
Musical Itepwrtment by Prof. E. Blask.
For terms of Tslune eaqoire of Madame Vincent, at
her reaidnoee, Cucnmcrciai Hotel, aad at tbe AiMteaay
at rbuw boura.
At the ea of the seeaioa there will be aa Ex
hibition and Fane I 'use Ball.
MADAME VLNCENT bas her poaaeaaioa letters of
reoommeudateoa from several of tbe reeprcubie c(U
Beaa uf New irrtnans. Memphis, aad vtaer places,
whs b she will take great pteaaura la showing to
iboee wuu may wiab to tlaniMtlwa.
Something IVew and Mce. .
rsuaav rraaar, aanwa auoa aucra o t ana. '
HA VI S3 pwrcaoaed the abov suttd from I. V.
Waixacs, aad reBtted a tn a ueot and Landenme
Hria,ta wm l.abed it wtUa tha bestaad poms la
iars, ws are bow preparvd ta asis ' oa tUe 'eel.
MUtkb' pruaeipte tbot aarb will suit tbe law of aay
Me. a aaars uf swbias nwlmaage at Jilcilod.
WM. bLtlf. J
rpHE partawrh!p berrtufore I-t J ( between tbe
A aadenusaed, uader tbe bria aaibe of H H. MuaV
Rls At OA, ui the tirery and C4nniuusa Husiuea.,
httaiaday dweulved by suutaal ronarui, 11 b it 'ft m
Uisils M ta mt-rest ta Hugh MCrwa. Either trt
aer a auiaortsvd to aas tbe tuM "if tha Bra la bo,a!
i H U MOKXi,
W. JliAl Lit HAREli
pa it t nITii sihp.
nAViNta parcbaawd that atterawt f Mr. H. B. Mur
raeaa Ua busiaaaS d H. A stoma a Oa , I have
that day arr-r'-l 1 wiib sas Mr. W. Hav Uana,
aad wul tokliaaf at taa Miaw; aad tmutm aaiua bes-
A C A It D.
TN retirbil fra tbe buaioea. 1 Aoau-e to teader Bay
X tbaaAa.au say -auavsnsa awiroas and meads 1r
Saru? auttg aad baacai fir . aad inaj nma
towad my iummi, U-om uioai McCaaa a t L. aa
IMiUUKia ut itwl rpK.'t wurliiy to" ikoiS l-iw.
IL tt. Mewiiua.
Xohili, Sept. 1st, 144.
Swan ti Co.'ti Lotteries
PEiL-axva wba aeaiaa to try tWur tact m tbesat eel
sbraar I L Harass, waoua draw every aatwraa UJ
toe Twor, aa bar a ttwar eruvers tareeupty e.lmdd t
wauwat taa rataaf asadjag Baa. I, by ai irnig
CAM L aw'AN a t el ,
Bci aa. P. U. . "a.bvula.
A ropy sf tba 0&caal Iw.wtoig dl ba aat aach
Mtrcboacr aaoaaiWWO alter tbe drawaug take BBine
i.. . ,j k. ... .-lo a i (i ilo1im aa. uiaiwre S"
ba, aitiaj ! i. fU-JJ
. . ? i SAM. VANLEER
THE subscriberhaa just re
ceived the largest and moat
complete aseortineat of Pauioa
MelMleMis, Music Boxes, Violins!
Arcordeous Sheet Music, Ac
ever opened ia Tennessee; The
Piauos are from the celebrated
makers. Stem way k Sons, and A.
IL Hale a Co., of New York,
warranted to be the very bee in
the country, and sold npoa as
good terms aa il bought director
the manuiaclurera. ail tbe aew
and tsipular pw-ces or Music caa
be had by at.plyuig to tbe konr
.iablib-rt Muasj Store, No. S3
JaAicJj A. MerxntE,
lirol tstatf SoUs.
Final Sale of loots in
On Moudar, September 27th, 1858.
TIIJ. cummeuca the second and ttual sale of Iota
: .... hi. uiu-it.iiu )UUUf CUT,
The Trustees in announcing this aale, feel warranted
... -... ... i-ui'i". iui m no poim .u ue a est caa
there be louud equal opportuuities for sale and proQ
lable investment. .
Is bieiil..it on ttA a. b. . I. r .
... .. .... " um jaississippi npoa
the nearest hi-h land, (or above overdow ) to lbs
mouth erf tlni Ohio river and tor all pra -U-al busi
ness purjKwes, is, and will forever be tub mouth of
Uie I lliui
k.-liClW-L-V mA r-fklxM.!,... ....... i ..
" J J -... ...I. ..... wmiutuia ionr toons
and aoo acres, laid off into him, sir oris, alleys kc
Aon ...... r.. i ... . . f '
. ... -. uaii am ui remainder In
one. two fniip i.r. t u ... i .. -... , .
,7 biii mn; acre ana.
It is from 4 lo J10 feet above Inch water mark aad
- - J ui,.,
Healthy and Fertile Country,
rapidly growius in wealth and nomiUi.,.,. .
" seuerous. noeral, enligLtentd
and reunod solely. There wanted but one further
feature to make this toe raoat commanding pomt oa
the great - lather of Watera This was uuuitcrupt.
ed oouiniuiiK atiou with the Interior or the adjaeent
States, to acconitooHMto itit-.n.i
- ... u i uouimcrce ana tacllW
lata the iuterciuuige of commodities. That Want ia
now imiy mei oy me established system of
which has (lied Kentucky City as the center of net
worlcol railroads stretching out and aflording con.
iiecuons in all directions with the Ititers and wttb
the cities aud lakes of the North sad K si and rami,
lying througbuut the whole South aud West.
.i " pUblic muT no1 bo ,u'1 0 hX auspicions
that this Is a mere city ou paper, we re-iueat to
- nil aire U come and see for v ourselves.
See the map Kentucky City w jinrthern terml.
tius of the Urea Mobile aud Ohio Railroad tesO miles
long. See also mir railroad Connection by Cnton CttV
and along the Naohvtlle aud Northwestern Railroad
via. Paris aud Clarksvtlle to Nashville 17u milea Al
so, by Ketti aud along the Memphis and Ob to Rail
road to Memphis, about 100 miles. Also, via. Jack
son Tenu., Holly Siirii.KS, Cai'lon and Jackson. Mlas
to New tleans, 00m.lo. also, via Corinth, theaca
SlOUK Uie M.-miibi Mil 1,,..l.. .. ., . . ' -T
- . iri-iu xu-urtwui eo l us
cumhia, Huuuville.cuaiumsiga, Knoxville'.and tha
7 . . """""j. -"-i i-iavaainaa, t-eorgia Al
so, by the 1-u lion and Texas Railroad via. lauie Bock
tbroiurh ui Arkansas and Texas to tbe Pacific Ooeaa
Also-Sby Ui. Iron Mountau. railroad to at. Lou at.
150 miles. Also, by tha . , 1
iSteam Ferrv Parkra.
plying to and fro with Cairo and the Ulwots Central
Rulroad to Chicago, aud the whole northwest.
IntcUigent,nUiririsingand practical mea wba will
oome and see and Investigate in pcrsou, will be cob.
vinced that the extraordinary coiuuiere ml advanburea
aud facilities f railroad aud sutamboal tnwsmrlatioa
poawased by Keutue ky City .secures to this isuulre.
uuiBitea lor manulacturlng and CocumorciaJ pur-mwa
which must, of neoeasily, causa It apuadily to be
come the treat Intermediate city between tba North
and the South at which the pr on actions and manufao
tures of each section will be oooioKiUaled for sole, or
to lie exctuiuged for those of ttw taller.
The lloa. Pout Mosu-r Ueneral iu a recent repott
says: "No man caa look at Uie map of Una country
without hiatiually reatiug on tlie mouth of the Ohio
aa th. center of population and oomnveroa uf tbe
The aale ia to be made without reserve sad In rood
faith, and there will always be a reliable gentlemaa
on the grouud, whose pleasure and duty it win be lo
give all aeediul information, and answer alt written
r oral lntrr.H?aioria. Thep let no one permit him.
aelf Ui be led ofl by rumor, whan the facts are so aa.
cesaible to all.
Sale to commune. Monday, Septomqer 27th. I gig.
and continue until all the Lou, nuuibcriug upwards
of four hundred are sold.
Terms of Sale.
Ten to twenty Ave per cent cash la band, for tha
restdae a credit of one aad two rears wlia Interes.
E. I. BlUvOCK, .. 1 Tmsttss.
W'. H. H. TAYJaJR, fir"
Address, Tor full lufbrtnation, '
TKANit JAY VcLKAW.
sepO-dswtd KenuickCity, k'y.
ATTRACTIVE KEAL ESTATE
At Handaraonrilla Dapot, on taa Kaahvflla. Bj"
Mtuiriiii &. av., ia bum Xrom K ash villa
A TRACT of Thirty Acres, adjoining the Depot
(rounds, will be sold ail btgeioer, ar ta lota la
sun purchasors. The land is very rich and produc
tive, m an excellent iiuduirhiki.l ... il.. T......L.
- . l .uo..
aad oa Uie Railroad. r '
A bandsouie village la springing up, aad aay per
aoa port-has, ug now will no doubt bavea guodchaaaa
to realise a handaoaie profit ui short Unis.
peraous w ishing to purchase will call on me st Bay
bouae ua the premises, view Uis land and Worn ttu
lA-rtuB, Ac. IlliiU JOYNUL
Annual State Fair for 1858.
rt Vbe I'lfth ABnoai Stale Fair of Tenneaaee 8tata
A Agnculturai Burwau, will be bold al the itareau'a
brounda. Bear Naabrlile, coraatencmg oa Monday
Oct, 1 lib, aad euatmue durlug the week. - A liberal
I tt of -retuiums at eetlored, wUs-U btgetbar wita Use
rules and regulations, aamoa of offlows, Judgwa eac.
prtated ta pain, h let form, for graAuMowa diou-ibo- -taua,
aaay be bad oa an-dmUue at Uae voXKuea prutt
UigtNneea, aad Book Htnrea m the city.
aug 30-td. Titus. B. Jott N'so.V. Treaaurer.
Tf IK sabacrtbsr rwapecuully mffwms Uie public that
be still coauaeo. at Xo. IM Snrib Market street,
and ts prewwrwd to eatertata txavrdera and trareler, '
aad all bo -ay lavur bua wkq their rtroaag. e j '
reasouable leraia. He kaa aow aer oral vacant rooms "
u u uowae auiiaoie iear atagie persons aa wrn as I im
lliea klm table aball at all ti-uee be auipiej wllb' '
the beat U.w suarkjrt aSvds, aad auawtive servaau la '
wa4 ui-viw Uw giMoia Ttw Is-im at snouted about a '''.
square from taa Pwbhc k-uare, aad eoareuieal t a ''
loifs Livery Mabi., wane trareler." b'r-sray ba "
Ukeaeereuf .. M HeXTUiiATE. '
; NoAiivnia, Sr-pt. S-la i
Auction and Commission i'atice.
BLN'J F. rilllXDS " ' it nl'l fer
cbwA awl. dunag tbe 11 im ra Sli ssles -aaad.
pajabie witbia tbrae aVya oAboral aoraaeea a. ,
saade oa raiasni.ata.
- Ah pwrai-ua leaving biiltaoes m ear baads will fa
vor as by i aoh aad leave riM ir pnanasita. Ne - -Ouods
buagbieatHirawaaeoaaai. ; ,
BE-X'J. F. 8niEIJ.
F. S- Counuy sieecaaata wal ideas ead aa wa
vUlasep Cou-aaaU a baud varwty ufrws eaetts. '
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
, XAS1MLLE. TEXXESSLE, i . o q
jrortb Xarlet st., 3 doom bsljw tl iuai
ti ' ' - --- -Price
UeduceU. - .
Tbard aad Uaicatg per day , -. , ,!? . '"
Mogle Mwai, . .... 4
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: Notice ' to Tanners:
Wa hava eotutaatljr oa hand and far aale '
GKEEN SALTED UIDES,
. Xt Xx tt SoaLa TToat atraat,
MaaJt villa, TsansssM.
prl-al .'Ji. - tOTL it CO.'
rSiev;roei for Sale.
TZ bare a goo-l Hoaae Cai-tiler, and t'St est
I ' Cnoa vtooiaa.
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