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TUESDAY MORiNTtJTG, OCTOBER 18, 1853 i
HIE XSpaUEATIOX.
The .cerempnies of Inaugurating the Governor
elect took place jestenlay, AtlOp'ctockt tbo two
IIoues fonntd in procession on Capitol Ilill, and,
preceded by the Goternors Light GuarJ, "Captain
Tl Cluster, 3d, moved to the yaahvilloJwwyMligtr?
.the Goveraoreleot was received, thence to the City
If&uO, whore Gov. Cahi-beia was received, and
fliencc to'tlie McKendrce church. The church was
densely filled with citizens and ladies. The address
of Gov. CAyrnn.1, was neat and appropriate. We
will pablwlvh to-morrow. Of Gov. Jonssox'sTn
ttegural, jvq spcal; in another place.
Theatre. Miss Jdlia Blxxett is announced to
commence au engagement al tlie Theatre to-night
She has earned a very high reputation as an actress,
and she. will appear in a succession ofjplays comparatively-new
to the Adclnhi. "We.'snalthavc.a .
cessation of Fttzio and the Stranger duririg her en
gagement, and have the opportunity -of enjoying
IhecomedioE of Shakespeate and of -the modern
'f English drama. "We trust Miss Julia will be greet
ed with a full house on her first appearance.
'Shakespeare's pomcflj of As You, Lite 1t h thr
play for to night.
Ve were glad to see a good house .at tho.
benefit end lst appearance of the Campbell' last
nighty We believe it is generally agreed that-'this
trupc haa-'neveribeoa better than. on- its preseut'
"We have 'printed an extra edition of. Gov.
- Johkscs's Jnaugural Address, and we can flU'or
ders'at $3 per hundred copies. Apply attlie count
ing roojftiof this office. . .
MAnniE In Bolivar, Tennessee, on the 17th'
inst, at10 o'dok, A. M., Mr. Jons W. Gould, of
this citr, to Miss Laura V. Napier, of Bolivar,
r - 1
COMMERCIAL
' rrrrtrr
hltortkd roK the cjciox A- ameuicasJ
' 'y . Atlanta, Oct ,18, 1853.
Pun SraiBsccn is selling in our market at ?c lwg
round, on fO dayalirae; Hum lie; Shoulders "JaSc.;
Sides, clear SJfac, UbSJiaSJfc I-a'din bbl 12
in kegs 18c Butler li(atc per Ik Corn scarce at Cue
Sacked Oafs C"c, sacks reserved. "Wheat, best red, Sfc
Flour has advanced, and Ja now felling at &aC per bbl.
EggslSc per dor.
Sight Draflfcon New Yoik per cent. premium.
Tiercel fid 'r, Skaco A Abbott,
.General Commission MerclSints.
OPFIOE OF THE PICAYUNE.
Tuesday, Oct 11, 1S3S. f
COTTON'. The market presented rather an active ap
pearance, but resulted in the sale of only 700 biles, taken
Ly ix brokers, at very irregular prices.
COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1, 1SS3 bales 10,621
Armed since , -iu.-i-o
tircd to-day (V- -
Exr-oried io-dafe... ..
Exported to-day... '. i
00
57.352
16,731
427 19.158
Stock on hand and on ship board not clsared 3s,391
TOUACCO-3 hbds."Ad untied were sold at Sc.
TOBACCO STATEMENT.
Stock on ha'fd September 1, 1SJS bhds.
Arrived since
Arrived to-day
20,218
2,562 . C
31,736
-0,614
Exported lo-date
Exported to-day
Stock on hand and on ship board not cleared.
8,514
10C-
28,172
SUG AP. The market tors verv dull.
FLOUR. Siles bbls. at irregular but lower prices,
including COnSt Louisa! ?f. 87; 800 Indianaat less; 500
St. Iouis and US Ohio ut f C 50 ; 270 St. I.ou5s in 2 lots at
i 02 ; 175 in 2 lot at tS 75 ; 270 St Louis at 6 75; 4"0
aP-. Hnd 75 extra Illinois at S S7'.
COBN Sals 7"00 sact', of which '0 heated at 6c;
25WWite and jvllow at 7l'c; and 45C0. iucl Jding one lot
of SloSfcacks, at 71c
OATrsaliS S7M Kicks St. I.ouis. of which 1300 nt 4i c;
(W at 4-! in 2 lota at 49c, and 775 in 4 lots at 50c
UKAN -JLMcksFoM at SI 13.
WHISKY bbl.. Rectified ,ld Sic
l'OKIC MOTvTPtoiliuif t Sd W.
It VCON. 15 cX-ts priaw Sides were sold at Sc
l.AItp Sales (fcw bbls No. 1 to prime at lie, and 1100
Le prime fit $1 A,'c.
l,ltO OH.: :j bbls. seld at 85ci38, gallon.
COPFEE -M i2.tt ver dull.
KKniOIITAAjtB sWpped to Liverpool at 15d- busa.
EXC 11 AN t! ES. Demand limited.
London. ..J. Symii V cent premmm.
Paris.... . r.r.K.?27K.
New Yortrt davs 2S(H5 cent. ilicount.
New Yunggigiii par lo )f V cent discount
A 3Iedfcine for l-'cuinles. A vegetable Compound.
One in great demand, ami which is telling rapidly. Dr. J.
P. DeomoooJa's FEMALE MTTEllS !
A certain, cient, Sedr, eli'ctml and permanent rem
edy for all femaV complaints, which are in any way canned
' or'breughl on byVvitiated or iuetlicient action of tbeUle
rine Organs. It wiU immediately cure the Sick lleadaclc.
Floor Alhm or UhilcHj-sterics, Chlorosis or Oretn Sick
ness, Pains' in the small clhc back, lotus Mde, head, Ac,
C)5d'ft and bauds. PAlpiKiion of the Heart, Swimming
and Giddiness of tho Head, f.ss of Appetite. Dilliculty of
UreaUiing.MeUncboly, Night Sweats, Heartbuni, Ac, and
is a specific in Mippresseti, painfulr inegular Menstrua
tion, affirding immediate relief. Yd-ugand old arc daily
beingbenofitted by it Numerous ceitificates could be ad
duced: but it is coBSHier! listless. It sells wen every
wnerc. Use bO.UO Wlcl cos.s uniy j-i wnui
etlicAcy
AHtheabovearcbutfymplomsof souie derangiment pc
culkrto Temales, End the Bitters eCid a cure by leuitdy
Sngsuch dercngements.
YEARS OF MISERY
Cm be warded o!f bv uring "Droinguoie's Female Bilters,"
at once relieving tltal sickly delicacy, tlmt f crawny, pale and j
swarthy coir.pleiion, wliidi aio common among remales
everywhere.
UEAOTY AND LOVELINESS
Connected with liealthj-.i-osyclieeks, uninterrupted health
and buoyancy r-t f pirits,-rjwi all be retained by using one
dose of bromgooVa Female Bitters every morning before
breakfast. .
MOTHERS AND FATHERS
Wlio Imvea lovely daughter of about sweet sisfecr, sufler
5ng with any Lmih of female complaints, with swimming of
tlie head, seveie pa'.ns, palpitiitioti of the heart, and melan
choly, shorn1 J at once buy a bottle of Dromgoole's Female
llitters, and permit ber to enjov heallli.
For saloin Nashville by the Proprietor, at IbePatcntMed
ioine Store, College slieet, and by Druggists generally-
octlS llw '
M i;iIC VI. C Altl) Do. J. N. ESSELMAN lias ic
tumed from Iwnipe awl will resume Hie practice of
liis profcs"to, ofliee i.s lieitsti.fore on SprinR sUeot, opposite
the EiMp(d Ctuirch. ParUcularattention given tochrouic
diseases and suigical cases.
tlllice bours fur onnsultation from S o'clock to 10, A. M-,
and from 2 In 4P. J. ocl5 lm
Dltr-F.L. IIYA.VrwpecttullyofirshisMrriceto
tbecitricns of Nashville in tin? practice of MixJicme,
and especially in lb treatment of Chronic Diseases. 'OC
Ceu on tlie c-iinw nf Union and Sumrocrstreets.
j ne 1 7 . 1 .".
YilTlsT"WOO'L)n'AItl).-OiLce No. ! Cherry
Af street, (lire-1'io.-rts north orClmich street, bason band
Vacine Mattel of tlie trr I est quality, which he will mp
plv to the profess generally. ort ly
TTOU SAKK A verv likely Neeroliirl. It tensold
It! A. HALLOW E.
1500
I.bs. STAIlCIi
octs
-On hand and for a' bv
II. (5. SCOVEL.
FORTY IiTOLTA
rT"UE nnderftpKHl will wll forty Mul, well broke and
L
gentle, rarginf; frran 1 to S mr old. all in good enn
mi to rte higltf 't Wdder. on the PnUl'c S.piare in Nash-
litimi
;i!r. Tcnu . on SATURDAY. October d,
AlH SO or ! Carts and Harness; S Wagons and Ilar
re's.AcAc Persons wishing to buy "Mules, Carts or w sgons. will dft
well to attend this sale, which will !wi n-tUirt m.,! vUkoot
t-m rr- In the liii4m.t biddr. for Cash, or Srt rate Hank-
able paper, at t months, with such cudWsers as the nndcr
f igtieil tmiv requnc. D.CROWLEY,
figti
ostlft
-tf
Agent.
. I.ANIIS I'Oil.SALE.
... .-v.- . . .1.- U.ull, r,r.
I Cm t,Is L.nrfs. coiitaininir about M O acies. forI
tale on 8ol terets. Tim 1 wd are si uitwl in Hickman
omntv Ten I., about three miles wet of Cculrevilic. on Ihe
gnu I h sideefDuek Ilfvc-. Aboit 4-W acies of tMible, ami "
about S09 in good state of ctdti-atioti, with tolerable pl
by dwellings and ihe houses, w itli fmr cif'.lent rpiii,
i"i nr-..v.l u . lo mak twn seearite drms.
For further infwnuttpn. nj.ply io ike Subscriber on the '
premises, or to A. M. '.wmauis, venneTine.
sopYT-4tT A. C. DA?bHI-.h.
TW0 HOUSES AND L0T3 P0S SALE AT PUBLIC
AUCT0N.
-TVTE will sell on Saturday ihe 21 inst- in the Court
V V House yard, two frame beuscs, Mtwted in limes ad
dition to NashviBe, Church Mret-t, beyoud lUilroad it.
n-Ki..ifnmtau-fit.runninf baek 106 feet. One Iioose
.r. .' nihr five. 1 he.houscs are, both
i .;i.7i7,i ii .jirpM T?nns 'will be made
known oa day efsale. " Fr further pVtm gwj ?f
pctlC td
W: D. T.OBERTSON
BY TELEGR&PH,
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN
ARRIVAL- OP THE jg
STEAMSHIP.
Kew Yohk. Oct, 17. Tho steamer Atlantlias
arrived. Her news would have improved UiQjGpt-
ton market but the improved tone was lost bytho
umavoraiBenews iroui iue jzus. j vy4-
qnietbr. Sales of the 3 days 1SOO0 bales, speculators
JxJ&k ioOOand exporters 2,000 bales, no quotations
received. " J. . - ?Jt
AManc!:estcr business was limited; funds much
depressed.
BmcADSTCFFs Daring the List three dayUlhc
Tharket receded with considerable business at tho
decline of H to G pence on Flour.
Dkesdex, Oct S. -The Divan in Grand Council,
held, to-day, tesolved upon a declaration ofwar
against Russia, against the advice of. the four-power?:
' 'The SultanJias Tsigned the declaration, jff
" XouisviLle; Oct-'lT. Tfie packet Georgetown
sunk-at Grand Tower pjr 'upper Mississippi riven. .
She ti-as loaded for Ndw Orleans,7 aiid is insured .in
this city for. -$IG,T)Q0. - r -
TlireeActC inches water on Cutnberlaud'dain
andv feet oal'lint Island. . - : v -
Rfiort says tliat hostilities iraye.cpmmenced a
meeting of the Emperors was liciji.it Iuiutz, over
new propcisition oflert-d by the jjPorte. Austria
has pgain put herself in accoi-iLand""met France,
jEngLmd and I'nissia, injconferepce at Vienna. -Ne-
gotiations aro: resumed Lbut!tHfcraphicidespafblieS
from Co'nsfj
ntinople ortho 2Gth, sty the Grand
Council of the Ottpnaan Empire recqminended the
Snllan tJIileclare war agaiQStlissia.caujein'iin
niedinte tneetingof the llritisff calinet.v5ttich ap
prehension among tli4 publici 1 ' ' t . -'
The Sultan's decision .is not known. Tlie, courier
is .hourly expected.
" -Turkey generally is quiet. ,, i , ....
c luis.sians-nro omeiaiiy orocreu oy uie.iUifiiSTf.
ter ot War to winter m the Principalities.- The
ileCts remain in BesikaBav. '" "
' ' Afartin Koyzta was" to.sail for,the Uuiteid.Stale? I
on tlie Jlst, Austria having assented to Inscmbaika
tioh.
The cholera is increasing slowly.
The packet drip Isaac Vrigh't, of Xew Yxrk, 1
with GOO naESeiiger?; Struck 'on tlMIi ish 'coastahdj
leaked b.anlyi "fsfenmer from BTverpool wentSn
search .of her.1 ' i -...( -,
The'tenit of the suspension of differential import
duties on Com an I Fiour.brought into Franco by
foreign ves5cls, is extended to July -the . 31st.'
Another decree prohibits their export from France. -'
.The Hon. II. lilg"6rsoll came passenger in the A f
lantie. Baltimore, Oct. 15. The Savannah Republican
says Johnson's majority Is only 34S. In the third
Coagres'iional District the vote is close and doubtful r
yet wnetlicr inppc (Uem.) or Hailey is elected
The official vote of Philadelphia city anil county :
Forsyth, Canal Commissioner, 22,2G4; Bownall, 19.
M3; ilorgan, 5,5G5. Democratic plurality 3,119.
The oflicial count does not alter the result previous
ly announced.
New York. Oct. 15. The General Convention
of the Protestant Episcopal Church i3 in sessiqii at
New York. They settled the legality of the- 'ejec
tion of Dr. Atkinson, as Bishop of Iorth C.irolina,
yesterday, after which sentence of deposition .was:
solemnly pronounced Against Bishop Ives by the
presiding Bishop, Bownell, in .the presence of the
entire house of Bishops and house of clerical and
lay deputies, the whole bwly joining in the closing
words of the sentence, in the name of tlie Father
and of the Son and br the Holy Ghost The
wholeassemblagc stood during the reading of the
sentence, and many of them were aO'ected to
tears. The new Bishop of North Carolina, Dr. At
kinson, and Dr. Davis, Bishop elect of South Caro
lina, will be consecrated at Trinity Chnrchou Mon
day morning next
"Philadelphia, Oct. 15. Tlie sloop of war St
Mary sailed for the Pacific Station this morning.
PiTTSiioiHJir, Oct. 15. The river is stationary,
with - feet G inches in the channel weather clear
and pleasant
Flour is very dull, and the improvement est ib
lished under the Canada's news, is entirely lo-t
with no sales. "Whisky 24c. Nothing doing in
provisions, and transactions in groceries are of are
tail character. The stringency in the money mar
ket Keeps evcrvthingin check.
New YoKK.Oet. 15. m Sales of 1,100 bbls Flour,
State $G 93a?7; Ohio ?G S7a?7 00, better. 0,000
bushels Corn Mixed S5, yellow S7, dull. 500
bbls "Wliisky held at33c, firm. Provisions firm.
PiTTsr.unc.n, Oct. 15, i m. Tiie river is fulling,
with 2 feet 5 inches water in channel. Weather is
unchanged.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15. Morissey, the prize fight
cfj U not dead, but very ill, and will probably not
recover.
JuJire Gricr, of llf IT. S. Court, delivered his
opinion this morning in the Wilkesbams slave case.
.i i . .i . - r -1
Oiseliarging irom enstnay tne two uepuiy iuarsna:s.
arrested on the charge of having committed riot and
assault in tlie case of the fugitive negro BillTho
mas. C. FaiTcll's celebrated Arabian Liniment trinmplr
ant over disease.
TIIE following is from the principal accountant of the
Mr II (3. KarreM DearSin Actuated bv a sense of n-ate-
fulness, I submit the following as an iu-.tauceoft!ic utility of
yo r great medicine. My child, three ycais old, was sud
den! v attacked with n terrible diseaM1, which in les-stliau
six hours pio-.tr.iled it to total lielpleasues. The limbs be
came sorted that not a joint coi!dbeben!;thellush turned
black mnl cold and entirely deprived of leeling; the eyes
flxod, paniallv closed and altogetf.er blind, following this
was deafness to all sounds, the spine became contracted and
so curved that when lying on its back the head and heels
onlv touched. Indeed, the child presented every appear
ance of being dead. Immediately on the attack, the family
phvsiciaimas called in, and fur thrve weeks he labored to
restore it to feeling, but all in vain, illhongU it was blistered
a dozen times and various lubcfacieut Liniments applied.
A consultation of physicians was tlien held, butlono pur
pose, the case was then brought before the Medical Soccly,
but nothing could be j-uggesuU hicli had not already been
done, and the doctor then told me he could do nothing more.
he luen commcuceu aiipivjng oiur unuiotoi. nn
ihe entire length of the spine, alid you may imagine a par
ent's jov, when, aflr a few applications, relurmng anima
tion was apparent, and it rapiuly recovered with tlie excep
tion of the sight, which did not become perfect for near a
month. The child is inw hralthy and robust as can bo.
Viic mlirMs ol ll.e same kind occurred ureviouslv in inr
neighlorhood, all of which died, when there is no doubf if I
our lainuitnt nan oeen used uiey womu nam lamn,
HENRY 0. CLELAND.
Peoria, March 1st, 1S51.
A HARD LUMP ON A HORSE'S BREAST.
Mr. II. G. Fan-ell: I have used your Arabian Liuimcnt
with gralilicalion in several cases, the most remarkable of
which was a hiigelump that appeared on my hor-e's breast. .
It was very hard, appearing tube haid gristle. It remained
for nearly a year, when I applied jour Liuiinent, one bottle
of which entirely cured it. 1 can iccuminer.d it nstlm Lost i
.Liniment I ever used. JOHN CRAWL.
Peoria, Feb. iiuth, 1846.
Laoltmt for lAmntcrftil
The public arc cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made its uppeurance, called W. B. Farrell's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the ciimter
feils, because his having the name of Fan-ell. many will buy
it in 'good faith, without tho kuovledge that a counteifc't ex
ists, and they will peihnpsooly discover their error when
the spurious mixture has wnviglit its evil effects.
The fpjnuiue article is nianufacturod only by II. G. Fairell,
sole inventor and pnmrietor, and whole s!o dm?;ist, No.
IT Main street, Peoria", Illinois, to whom all nppliciitioiis for
Agencies must be aildi-cssed. Be sure you gel it with the
letters 1L G. before Farrell's, thus U. G. FARRELL'S
and his si gnature on the wrapper, a!lithcrs are eonuterfeiU.
Sold by OARTWR1G1IT & ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authonred agents throughout the United
States.
J5 Price 25 and SO ceuts, and tl per botlle.
AGENTS WANTED i 2 svery town, village aud haralctin
he Uuited States, in which one is not already established.
Address I !. G. Farrell as above, ticcompanied'with jood le
forei.ee as to character, responsibility, Ac
octl i.t w
GENTLEHEirs orTT-PITTIKG ESTABLISUilENT.
Oa Cvllfjf lr(t, me iW StyvlU f Vie Square.
- ! r
IHEundcrsrgned would respectfully invite citiiens and
stinngcrs passing through Nashville, to call at their
store and oxsmmellie inosi eiegani nssoi:na.i w ruiBuius
and Fancy Goo.ls. over brought to Nonliville, We liaveat all
times ihc'latost styles and iesi quality or Goods, and invite
sicinl aitentioiitooui- Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, which
w c warrant lo be n ell mode, and to fit better 11 Jin any other
stle.f Miirw. Ours-ocl: cotuisls in part or Linen and
MiiJin f'nrK cve-vsw and (pality. Silk. .Merino, Cash
mere, Shake. C'-.i-trtn Klnnne1, P-iinvn Cotton Sh rts and
Drawers. Silk M.- n . Shaker. Ijindis Wool' Cashmere,
I'.ii.nn '.u. -tut niinity Kill' Half IIne, Kid, Silk,
I'r.ek. IVavcr, ii. j: n. Clo'.n, tVshmrie, Fur Lined and
Hcin Gh.ves and tl:.niIe'R. Sscsrfs, Cravats. Stocks-and
'I ies Snsjn iors. dk mul I.ii.en il-.mlkerchicts, libe do
Ohsml r.!. Ti
ninks, I ais.i nags. Lmliioiias. tancs, uaror
Sliot,-. Sw)s, Cologne. Odors. Oils, Tooth Powder.', Hair
Washes, TuS!h, Ha. Cl"th, Nail, and Hair Brushes, Potle
Mouie'. Pock rjpi Jocks, Win k Boxes, Dressing-Cases, and
liisiivoii.cr a ircic .o inuncruus 10 iiienuon. t 1
N." B. laiiliesUniTciwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere' and
Cotton. Gum Good', Goodyesr's Patent, best aiticlcs.
Remember tlie number 50. ' ,
' MYERS A McG ILL'S. '
Furnishing Stored College street, 1 door South' of the'1
Square. Nashville. f octll '
"TUST RECKlVED-'lhisday , 7
I 150 bbls Uhio M 1.HKJ-;
M bblscnishcd Sugar;.
.. 60 " 1wr v do;- ....
10 " PowM do;
4 '3Sf- . . licrcis S. Carolint Rice,
.Hi"
l'O boxefAV. R. Cheese; .
10 do Fancy Brooms; ard Tor sale Iv "
pept23 '. EDWARDS & HARRIS.
BOOKS, &0.
, The .Book of Nature,
An Elementary Introduction to the Sciences or
Physics, . Geology,
' Astronomy, r Botany;. , .
' i- Chemistry, - , JtooIogTand-
u'"' Minerology, Physiology, ' ''
" ByrriedrichSchoed!er,Ph.D. ', .
professor of thejv'aturai Sciences at Worms, and formerly,
assistant in the Chemicat Laboratory of Giesscn. .,
'"First AmericanXrora theSecond English, Edition,1rans
latcd from the CtluGcrman Edition. Uy Henry lledlock,
V. C. S. Illostratcd by CUT engravings on wood.
" ' TOON & RUmiND,-
bctl4 " . " 44 Union street.
MASONIC WORKS. a
' The new Masonic Tiestle-Coard; tlie Landmark of Free
masonry; the Craftsman; Free Ma-'ons' Manual; Masonic
'7iplomas,4c.,Ac - -TOON A RUTLAND, -
coctfl , . 44 Cnion street
' BOOKS E0E THE TIMES.
,TireStatesmahs3Iununl : ......
-3 volt, from 1791 101831.' . . '
-Vaticl's 1-awof Jfations: - . - - v
-"The Legislatlve Guide. liy J.a'UiirUigh, K K D. 3d'
f- edition. v 4 . , .
-ThejUcn of the Time.
"""The ilodern British Essay islg.''. ' ' ""P.
"31acaulcy's Uliscellanief. ., . .
JjAUSErsAXXAlS Or TkXSESSEE,: - ;. .,;'
'le1ContitntioH of tlie
Several Statcs-of thcTTnion anti "Cnited'Stitcs. , " '
V TThe EiseaPJIistory of TexaS.
'l.ord Jetrrey-sl,ife ami Correspondence,
Kennedy' IJemoirS of Wm Wirt '
OlilPs System of Logic. "
Fredley's Practical Treatije on Buslne-ss.
rjS?" The above with many ether valuable woiks are Ibr
sale by TOONi RUTLAND, Union sf.
Also, n well as orltd. stock of STATIONERY, Letter,
and Can. Paper. Envelopes. Int. Ac, Ac T. & XL
- 3f - r
STATIONERY.
, JOUN YORE; & CO., ltjokscllers, SUtfonirrs and Book
-Binders. No. 14, Union Strecl.haveon hand a superior qnal
' iry of American and English Letter, Foolscap and Note
Paper and Envelopes. Gold Pens, Stoel Pens, Penholders,
Inks, Inkstands, Quills, Sand and Sand lioies, Portlolios,
Ru,es' VlVT Toder- Desk 1ads for Utter Writers, Ae,
whmli thnV nfiVr far 5W1o fit iht Inwpftt nncM.
octl
5 . SWAN'S EEP0ETS, ,
s Reports of cases argued and detennined ui the Supreme
Court of Tennessee, during the years 1851-2. .By W. O.
Swan, State Reporter. For sale by
JOHN YORK & CO,
octl. No. 14, Union street.
GOLD PENS.
JOHN YORK i CO., have on hand a variety of superior
Gold Pens, tbe best and cheapest article orer offered for
sale tn Nashville. Entry pen ttarrantiil. octl
THE WORKS OF DANIEL WEBSTER
Speeches, Forensic Arguments, and Diptomatis papfrs
of lianicl Webster, with a notice of his Life by Everett,
complete in C volumes.
octl JOHN YORK A- CO-
JVEW IJOOKS.
ENICE; TIIE CITY OF THE SEA, from the invasion by
Napoleon jn 17f7, to Ihe capitulation to Radetzty- in 1849;
with a contemporaneous view of Ihe Peninsula. By Edmond
Fiajg, late Consul of Ihe Coiled States at the poi t of Yenice,
author of "The Facr West," "The Howard Queen," Ac. Ac
Two vols , illu-strated. Dedicated to George D. Prentice, Esq.
A YISITTO EUROPE IN 1351; by Prof. Benjamin Sil
linian, of Yale College. In two volumes with ilhmralions.
MRS, LEES'S ANECDOTES of the Habits and Instincts
of Birds, Reptiles, Fishes, Ac With numerous illustrations.
THE WHITE SLAVES OF ENGLAND. Compiled from
official document. With illustrations. By John C. Cobden.
MOORE'S LIFE OF SHERIDAN. Men.oirs of the Rt.
Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan. By Thos. Jloote. In two
volumes.
THE LAW AND THE'TESTIMONY. By the author or
the ' Wide World."
AUT0BI0GRAPHICSKETCI1ES. Br.Thonm De Qain
ccv; Jut received and for sale by
bcllS if. F. 11AGAN.
" aiEDicAi. uoorfs.
A LARGE AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF MEDI
CAL BOOKS. Just received and for sale by
octl5-tf. F. IIAOAN.
OHNSON & WEAVEP.,
no. 29 .fc 31, sonn maiiket stheet, K.vsnviLLE, texx.,
GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING,
AND FOUWAKDINC JIEUCIIANTS.
And Receivers nud Dealers in Cotton,
Keeps on hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac.;
AND will pay Ihe highest price for Cotton, or make libe
ral cash advances ou the same for shipment.
XashviHc, Oct. 0. ISoft wAtw.
KXTEsTvEAL-K OI' VAI.UA1I1.K It EAT.
ESTATE.
WILL be sold nt auction, at the Court House, on Sat
urday the 2id inst., at 2 o'clock:
1st. 12 or l. Building Lots in Brownsville, near tbe
Gallatin Turnpike, miles from Nashville.
Sd. li. " acies of laud, ti miles from Nashville, be
tween the Murfreesboro Turnpike and Ihe Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad, part of the Davis tract.
Sd. Four Frame Dwellings, two rooms each, Nos. 12i,
12s, ISO and 13, Cherry street, beyond Stone Bridge
Terms: 1, 2 and :'. years credit.
4th. A Brick Dwelling, six rooms. No. T.5 Spruce sticet,
ear Cedar. Also, a vacant lot on Cedar mar Spruce
Mil. A -i i acre lot, miles from Nashville, oa west
side of Noleiisville Pike.
6th Eight Budding Lots in West Nashville, Ns SO, Si,
.'.2, Wi, liM, 12;, 174 and 170. For further particulars see
handbills.
Any of the above property will be sold privately, if de
sired' before the 2d insL Applv at oilice. ii s'aiis. No.
6S Chcrrvst. ' R. W. BROWN,
octu Real-Estate Ag't
" KOUsTaWlotFOE SALE.
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
countv, rendeied nt the October Term, 1ST0, in the
casctf Jlarv UHendrick's, Adm'uiLstratoi of Wm. Hen
dricks, dee'd and others es-jurte, I will ofi'er for sale at the
Court House in the city of Nasln il!e, ou Wednesday the
Sd of November. ISA a House and Lot, situated about one
mile from Nashville, ou the North side of Ihe Charlotte
Pike, fronting on said juke 43 feet, and extending back214
Said House aud Lot belongs to the estate'of William Hen
dricks dec'iL. and is sold for distribution.
Tunis Thirty dollars in Cash and Ihe balance on a
credit nf 1, 2 and 3 jcars. Notcswith good security reqniied
and a lien retained on the property until all thejurchase
money is paid. Fl R. CHEATHAM,
octl4-dAtw td Clerk.
BANK OF NASHVILLE.
OcTOBtn 8, IS."?.
Q1GHT and tine drafts bought and sold on all accessable
IO points in the United States.
Uncnrrent Money.
All kinds of uccurrent Bauk Notes purchased and sold
or received on deposit upon lavorable teims.
;o!d.
Tlie sailing rate of gold is a h-Of jer cent premium.
Interest on Deposits.
This Bank pays interest on deiits or money subject lo
befheekedouttitthe pleasure ot the owner.
Utiice Honrs.
In order to meet (he requirements of trade and the con
venience of tl c public, this Bank wdl open at 8 u'clock, a.
u . nn J close at 5. r. u. The advantuge of this arrangement
must be clearly manifest to every business man in the com-
- - tin n.-'fiv 1, ..:.,.
mnnily.
Weslev WnELiss, Cashier.
octll tf
RICH FALL AND WINTE3
GOODS.
TTT
A. A J. G. McCLELLAND have jest received the
V V lairest and best selected stock of Fall and Winter
, ' . ... ... i . ...i i. it ir . .,
UihkIs ever oueieu in mis inarKei, uiui mcj nun m mc
trade at lower prices than they can be found in any other
houtc in the citr. Al No. 20 Public square.
Itieli Drew (Joods.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de Lainesj
Check do Rich Plaid
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super blli do ' Glasgow Plaids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain Mous. de Laines;
I'juin " Fr'ch Meiinos A Ciishmcrcs
ltob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
Neat de Laines,
With a great variety or low price do Laines, Ac.
White Goods, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackoncts, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. Ibices, Edgings and Insertinp;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncings;
L-iCcaud Muslin Collars and Chiraizcttes;
Jaconet Collars and Slcavcs;
Linen Cambric and Lawn lldkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves. Silk and W ool "
Super Wotil and Silk Hosier-, Cotton do;
Black Lace Veils, Ribbons, Ac
ln Cloaks, Talmas and Mantillas, we have the richest as
sortment ever offered in this market, in Velvet, Satin, Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and Velvets Kir making them.
Staple (Joods.
Clotlis, Cassimeres, Vcstings, Saitinetts, Flannels, Tick
ings. Shirting", Blenched anil Blown Domestics. Bed
Blankets, Super Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linsavs, Prints,
Alpaccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it giestly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in fo doing save themselves some money.
octll McCLELLAND'S, No.20 Public sqnare
iSltYAN'S AND I.OCK'rtTjLcTNTc WA-
JL) 1'EltS For the cine Of Oiiglis, Colds, -Astiima 1
Consumption, Bronchitis. Influenza, Hoarseness, Difficult
lireatlilng, t ains in me vuest, i-p uuig oi inun uou csire
throat Perfect freedom from cjugh in ten mitiutcs after
1 U3ef(),
use fir sale by
II. G. SCOVEL.
ri-V
! nfil Ki-nnnrtcrs. or the most aimroved iwttcnis. and
modern invention, lecommeuded by the Medical Faculty-.
For sale by H. G. SCOVEL
' octs-tr"
- DISSOLUTION.
rpHE pormcrsh'P heretofore existing under the style of
JL CURREY A MARTIN has been this day dissolved by
mutual consent ... ... , , r . ,,
As it is desirable that tho business ot the late firm should
bo closed as early as possible, all thnc indebted by-note or
account are rcsieetfuily requested to make immediate pay
ment to Ricliard 0. Currcy, who alone is authorized lo re
Sthem. RICHARD O. CURREY;
JctiC , J.O.MARTIN.
SAFETY FUSE. oOO.OOO feet genuine Safety Fuse
IO by the original manufacturers, forsale by
kj u o K (jjiexxUAM, WATSON A CO.
jy!5 atW.H.GoRWS & Co.'s,f I'ublic Square.
STEAMBOATS
NEW ORLEANS AND MEMPHIS TJ. S. KAIL PACKET.
rpiIE splendid new passenger steamer, t eaem
JL H. R. Y. niLL,TBOs-NKvctL,Mas-. fe-fesJ!
ler, will run in the abora trade this sea- .SjUgCjsisfS
sou, leavirg jremphisotijierflist trip on OI
Saturday, the Sid oT October. Tho J1ILL connects at
Memphis witlilhe Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will give through tickets from New Orleans to
Nashville.
The sDlendid -nosscmrcr steamer JOHN SIMPSON' -will
plenve-Nasbville everv Wednesday; at 6 P M, with freight
and passengers lor the 11:11.
- r til xitrr Tnv i
A. L. DAY1S,
iu!m"".l Am
octS
) -a
NASHVILLE AND HEHPHIS "CNTTED STATES MAIL
PACKET LINE.
T70R JIEMI'HIS, NEW ORLEANS. ST. ,cg?iC?i .
f WVM AND LOUISYILLE-TRY-fellg
WEEKLY. The SpIenoidNew rassfnccrfSyrSXgif
Steamers Cirr or IlcxTSViiXE, Jonx Smrso.t, and l jims-
sr, will hure Naslinlle every ilonday, weanestiay ana rn
dav, at 6 o'clock P. JL, conrcctinprat Paducahwitli tho dai
IrlxMiisrilleaud Stlx)uis U.S. Mail lioats, and at Mem--
"phis with the splendid New Orleans Bter.mcrs Jiulletm, II.
R.W. Hill, Geo. Collier, and Marr Agnes, givins: through
1 tickets fi-oni Nashville to eilher of'lhe paints above named.
The accommodations of Ih a tine cannot be surpassed, and
' passeneis trill find it by far the speediest means of travel
" Forrrehjhorpissaa apply to
A. I DAVIS,
A. HAMILTON,
- Agents at Nashville.
0Ct5
NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE SEGCIAR PAS-
' ' SEIGER- -PACKET.
BET.T.E-ICEY. PEYTON A. KEY,
CoiuiAXDEit. This large n'id magnifi
cent Steamer is now undersmine-n thotnuirh
repair atInLsvil!c, and will take her piace as a Kegulart
Packe' in ihe above trade as soon as there is sufficient water,
and will continue during the entire Season.
. -In point of speetl.com fort and safety, the BELLE-KEYis
unsurpassed on the Western waters; which, with the long
expeneuco nf her gentlemanly Commander and tlie ac
knowledged business capscity of her Clerk (Mr. Iwis North
ern.) enables us confidently to Jecommend her to tlie busi
ness and travelling community. Mr. Northern will giro
prompt personalatteation'totiltingordersibr Groceries, Ac
E5&" A share ot patronage is' rosjiect fully solicited.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO ,
aog.'7 1m" Agents.
Nashville, Louiwille aud Cincinnati Kcgulnr
WeeLly Vackets.
TIIE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, .KPStV
STTIixJIAN, H. G.McComas, .Master, Uksteggy
TllllV 1 'PUTl'll riinn Hndnc. S i - "'3 .
will make regular.trips in the above trade, leaving Jah
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Returning, will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
-Theabove boats aie A No. 1, and are ollicered by expe
rienced business men, who will be thankful for orders lor
merchandise and prorai-e to give satisruction to all who
may entrust business to ihcir care.
eptl7 ir JOHNSON, HORNE A. CO.
Xnsliville and Louisville Weekly racket,
. XVM. JA3tVIN, C. T. REEUER. Master.
rpHIS splendid Steamer is neirly com- v k
JL pleted, and will beat Nashville ihe tirst k&rV23p
ruse of the liter. She will carry iOo tons iririe&y1W,v
and'heraccomjiodatious for passengers areunequaled by
any boat of ur dimensions, bte will be commanded by
Capt 0. T. REEDER, long and favorably known to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, generally.
She will mike regular weekly trips, leaving Louisville on
TUESDAY'S and Nashville "on F.tlDAYU at 4 o'clock,
1 M. At Ihe former place passengers will h'nd various
Uaihoad and Steamboat lines to convey tbcm to any point
of destination they may desire, vie The old esiablishedliue
to Cincinnati; Union line to Wheeling Pittsburg and Lou
I3ville line; Jell'erson Railroad, Ac, Ac All alfordingthe
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
Rf" All orders will be filled as low as al Cincinnati. '
CSF For Freight or Passage, apply to
sep40-'.f " HEX KIT. VEATMAN, Agent.
FOR MEMPHIS AND HEW OSLEANS.
THE U. S-Mtil Packet EMBASSY will , K
leave Nashville on Monday, the 10th,. tffl3gJ'
at f o'clock P. M connecting "at Memihis;s"-..',-S?3
with the steamer BULLETIN.
A h. DAVIS,
A. HAMILTON, )
Agents.
oci4
FOB MSOTHIS AND NEW ORLEANS.
mes T1IK United Statc3 mail Packet JOHN
ft . , . r q .SIMPSON, will leave Nashville on Tues
terrxffcSUv day, tho IStb. at4 o'clock, p. in. connecting
i?-nrZjaZ ut Memphis nith ihe steamer II. R. W. Hill,
lor .Aew uneaus. a Ii.JJAVIS,
Oct. 12. A. 11. HAMILTON
Agents.
Fall and Winter
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT NICHOL'S CORNER,
1". Cnrmr j tare iiiid M-irhtt Street, XuheiUe,
So.
ir
AS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
ho takes pleasure in luvtlij the attention ot fnends and
the public, feeling assured that he can offer as great bar
gains as csn bemuud in the city,
IXK1CII i'AI.1. AND WINTER SILKS.
Ofthelatesl Parisian styles, which are truly elegant, in
cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
Haid.llrocade, Block, Bayadere, Striped, National, Repp,
and Watered Silks, cs has been in this city.
New and .Beautiful Parisian Plaids,
Of entire new designs, with the handsomest and
KICIIKST COJJ JSIN'ATION OI-' COLOKS,
Including ihegav, giave, mil aud elegant.
New ami Choice Trench Jleiinos.
The most desirable colors m market, embracing the most
fasuionable shades wiucu the ladies will find beautiful.
EI.i-.GANT KICI'I DELAINES AND CASJI-l-HEItES,
Of the choicest patterns -nd mist beautiful colors, and in
fact every other kind ol" Drv Unods . suitable for
LADIES' anil ClIlL'DItEN'S WAltDUOJJES.
Canton Crape and Embroidered Shawls, or all kiuds, in
ciudiug the Rich Broche, or Cashmere Shawls.
. AlOUliNIlS'G GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
Of Bombazines, Alpacca. Cloths, Canton, Black de'Laines,
Bareges, (ireuadins, JlounungSleeves, Collars, Cheml: tts,
Handkerchiefs, and evervthing else suitnble lor a
LADY'S JlOU'ltXlNG WAltDKOUE.
Also a beautiful vanetv of
JjAOE GOODS,
Honiton, Valencienne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemiieits and Sleeves; insatts-Jaainet and
Swiss Edgings, In-ertirgs, Cambric sud Swiss Flouncing,
applique work. Also a hue assortment of
LADIES' AND GENLEAIEN'S GLOVES,
Haiidkei chiefs. Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and -Merino Cnder
shirts and Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Lmenand Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Da
mask', Napkins, Towelings, Crashesnnd Diapers.
WOOLLEN i,L.VNKETS,
Quilts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac., Ac
FJtENCU CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; I) rer Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in a few davs abeajitiful assortment of Ihe
LATENT STYLES OF l'AItlSIAN CLOAKS
AM) MANTILLAS,
Made of the verv best material. Ac, Ac
Call audovamine this la'ge and line assortment of goods,
suitable to ihe approaching season, and you will not be
disappointetU'itl'i'r in stjles or prices.
Sept. a;, lrt. JAMES NICIIOL.
SPLENDID ASS0KTHENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
OF GENTLEMEN'S
1IEADY-3IADE CLOTHING !
H. A. JESSEL,
Arcada aothing Stare,
A). 20 3itrlft street, opjwxite the Cnion ITdll.
rpHANKFUL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
JL ujon Imo, logs SeoVc to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrounding cuun-rv, that he has just received one
of the laro-est and most complete ns'ortmenu of GerUlnMu't
Ftill fin.r Winter Ctoiliin'j an.l J-'antMimj Jx-U erer
brought to the city, which will be found unsurpassed in
quidiTy and workmanship, and at such low pr.ces as - annot
fail to please. The flock has been selected and made up
under mv own inspection, erpre!y suited lo Ui.- wants of
the city.
Al-sj, a largo assortment of
Children's Clothing,
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit.
As my stoek is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchant's, either wholesale or retail, at very
little above Eastern prices. ...
Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure tn showing
the Goods. A- JKSSEU
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market-st,
oc'C .m Opposite Union Hall.
"CLE Alt THE TItACK."
rpHE subscriber 1ms ju-t openl, at his old stand, No 53
X Market
lai rest and l
etstieef, nest door'to T. W. A W. II. Evans, the
d most elegaut stock or READY MAOECLOTU
Oentlemen's Furnishing Good. he ever had the
pleasure or exhibiting to his frisnds and customers, which
he is oilering at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
im: nrui tim pmi! s 1'iirm.wiii
he confidently believes', giro entire sausiacuon.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va
riety of ty!e and pattern; do. do. Pants and Vests, Over
coats, Box Coats. Ac., Ac; Hats and Caps, a .arge assort
ment; Criet ltogs. Trunks, Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assortment of Cloves, Hosiery and
Pocket lldkfs., Ac; all oi which are new, and purchased of
tlie best houses in the Eastern eities expressly for this" mar
ket. T!.,nlcfiil for lha liberal oatronaare heretofore bestowed on
lira he Invites an examination into his present stock and
l.riees, as 1k is determined to spare 1.0 pain3 to please his
nnees.
friends und cnstouiers.
M.
SULZBACKER, Agent,
No. 15-1 Markelst
scptSS Sm
-TlTIi"JE. The insolvcnev of the estate of Morgan
fN W. Brown, deed., having been this day suggested,
W. Mrown, cccu., uaiiiig u.-vn mm u. sugaciivr.,
1 persons having blaims agaiust said esUite are hereby
itificd to file them properly authenticated by the 5th day
Jaouirv next, or they mil be forever bored.
J ' m ,, niiitnnivin
alt
notil
.ir.lnnn-rv
1. 11. i;im. wi.&?c,
nclil lw Administrator.
1 "ARTICULAR NOTICE Our iccounts being
small and a great many of them not worth the trouble
of collecting, we have this day closed our Books, and will
hereafter do business entirely for C.ssn. Persons wishincr
lobny on these terms will find it to their advantage to call
on U3. . . . , , .,
Persons having chums egtinst us will please present them
for payment, andfliose indebted will please call and payjip.
atIl RAJ NIXON.
aRAUASl ISitEAD. ijt-.ihu Bread tor dispep
tics, can be liad every othcrday at
myi ' R. A J.NIXON'S.
0 1G AltsT-iSOO.ODO Regalia Cigars;
25,000 Principee do.
Direct importations. For sale low, lo close, by
1 , . JOHNSON, HORNE A.C0.,
octfi. s Broadway. '
WJIAVPING PAPER. 100 bundles East Ten
riessee medium -Wrapping Paper. Received per'
Railroad this day, and for sale by
au27 W. H. GORDON A CO,
lAttSCELLMEOUS.
HATS TO SUIT THE SEASOJT,
Can always bo jwourrcd at the
"PALACE HAT ST0EE," 2i a24rPabHo Saaare.
"TUST call at this establishiugg.iYnd Ton will at once be
convmcea JtoJiKAauwotrA YHmiAAcatisfr
tlie most Htstidions
i.auu.pro.i.yU10 rnosi cconomica
spirit. A good ana at the sjmatime a near, beeomiogand
t;Ci tf ",fi, r.iui H-Uri; ,u.Zt i
rri '. , .. ; r J
thelFrancicoi Whitman Hat P.vcnr demption of.tien-
tlemen's Ur UaU, Drab Bearers nd Felt W. can be.
procured at this ulendid Hat Establishment
FRANCISCO JtWniTMAN,
octl XcvB5, Iublic Square. I
1AKENTS AN'U :UAItDIAiS-Are invited" to
. Call and examine lh Itvantifi'l niunrtmptit nf rlill- I
i arena ana iniants Hats and Caps of the latest and most
j approved Myiea, wliica are- for sale at
the snlcndiit hat
tabtisbment of
FRANCISCO A- WHITMAN.
THE JIin ilOPOLlTAN HAT. Those persoTTs
who wish a neat aud coraforlable. business Hat; woidd
do -ell to cill and examine thine beautiful new slvlrs that
we hare Jut received FRANCISCO A WUlTiLVN. '
rpiIE LADIES Wilt find erery lhinc: tasty and be
JL coming for bovs, child ren, infants and litle if isses at
the Hat Store of FRANCISCO A WHITMAnV -
LADIES' HIDING HATS. Nw and beautiful
styles of Pan's, London and New- York MODES, to
which ire invite the attei tioa ol the Ladles.
i'RANCISCO A WHITMAN, '
- odl 23. Public Square.
" HU3IE'S EXHiiiracori 7
1833. TALL IMPORTATIONS. 1833.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Ao, 57, College street.
JOllN K- nUUE is now daily rccrivingfrom New York
and Philadelphia, his fall and winter supply of desira-'
ble goods, to which he most respectfully invites Ihe alteti
tic.u of all in want of fresh and excellent goods suitable for
the' season. JOHN K. HUME,
oct2 . , No.;7 College street.
STAPLE GOODS. Welsli. Saxony and Shaker Flan
nels; Colored Flannels; .
I-rench and English l'rinls; Toweling;
Fine Blankets, Ac.;
Nankins: -
Table Cloths, Ac;
TlfANTILLAS ANlf
1X Cloaks;
Satin and Cloth Cloaks;
Cloak Cloth;
Cloak Trimmings;
Extra handsome, "
JOHN K. HUME.
CLOAKS. Rich Velvet
Talma Mantillas;
Talma Cloaks;
White Emb'd Mantles;
" Talmas;
JOHN K. HUME.
A '
Xjl assortment of extra cheap Mous de Laines, some as
low as li!j cents per yard. oc!2
A
USO KICIHflKJf DUESS GOODS.'-Ma'gniU-
Y cent Plaid 3
t RavrSiIks;
eautilul l oiHU;
Rich ChangesDl
Scotch i'laids;
Iks;
Stuart Plaids';
Rob Roy Plaids;
Highland Plaids;
McGregor Plaid.
Paris de Laines;
" Cashmeres;
" Black BrfRl
" llal an Black Silks;
" Satin National;
" Jlep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
" Radzimer "
Kobe l'atterns;
AIJsO Enelish and French Jlerinos of all colors.
Purchasers of new, rich and really elegant goods, are all
respectfully invited to the exhibition oT
JOHN K.IIUME.
oci2 No.S7, College st.
HOOK DINDING,
And Blank Hook Manufactory.
J. YORK & CO,
BOOK SELLfcRS AND Sl'ATIONERS. A
HAVE an extensive Bindery, and are wel prepared lo
do Binding of every descripti n, and in any style
that may he called for on a hort notice on the mast reason
able tcrins. We bate also a large st ck of Blank Book pa
pers from Ihe best Mills, and will Rule and Bind all orders
1 nl..t- TT....I ' - . II
lor every uescripiiimoi xiaiiK mwv uncua ii.aii.
1K...I..V ; lj..,.. .... rr..r, t...t ,,.H
octll lm
BllOi; AKS ! ItltOI.'ANS I I 5eeu pairs egro
Brogans, consisting of Home made and Eastern Shoes,"
which we offer at very low rates. Fanners and all others
in want of gisxl and cheap Shoes, would do well to give us
acall befoie buying.
1 1 1 . . f 1 . r t.t .1 n-..i r 1
visu, a large iissuriuieut ui uuu iatei jmiut um
Negro Boots, suitable for the appruacbing season; for sale
low bv ocl5 Biff R S. HOLLINS A CO.
BUILDING LOTS A Lot containing 4 acres and 6
. poles, between 1U and - miles from the city, No. 25 in
Dr. Bovd M'Nairv's tdan of Lots. Said Lot is at the corner
of two avenues 90 feet wide, and near the Bosley Pike. A
great bargain will begiven in it Tor Casli. Apply to
octll tf R. W. BROWN, General Agent.
"TEt;itOES FOR SALE. Avery likely negro wo
1 - man, an excellent field hand, l'J years old, and child
3 vears old. I wish to sell said negroes tosome person who
wfll give them a good homo in Middle Tennessee.
R. W.BROWN,
oct3 Not 63 Cherry st.
I'TVLL AiirwlNTEircSOODS
WARD & BERMTNGHAM.
MERUUAST TAILORS,
So. 7, Cedar Htree,
WOULD respectfully iuform their friends and the pub
lic that Ibevhave received a large and well selected
stock or Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of CLOTHS,
DOE SKINS, OVERCOATINGS, VEST1NUS, and FAN
CY CASSIMERES, all of the latest and most choice styles.
Also, a Urge and beiutiful assortment of Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Goods, to which they would invite their attention,
feeling confident that they can give entire satisfaction.
septs lm
17011 SALE. Four valuable Farms, ou the Caney
Fork River, 7o miles from Nashville, 20 honrs travel
by stage well timbered, good stock tanns, and the nver
na . ig-ible tor steamboats 7 or s month 111 nieyear. 1 nose
wishing to engage in the Lumber trade, or in raising stocek
would do well to give me a call.
JV. li. IO.
Sept tf u At the U.S. Mail Packet Oilice.
a OLD ADVANCED. We have advanced thesell
ing rate of Gold to one per cent premium, at which
rate the public may depend on ucing Mippnea- i.aukers
and llrokcrs uot excepted. Buying rales K percent.
septl7-tf DYER PEARL A CO.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock or Cloths, Cassimers and vistings or the
latest styles.
AliSO A large assortment or gentlemen's Furnishing
Coods. A new and beautiful style or Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dis
cription, Uuder-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one or the best Clothing
Establishments in New A'otk to supply me, Wm. T. Jen
uings, 231, Broadway, I am preparred to offer to my cus
tomers and the public Clothing of a superior style and qual
it r. Please call and examine for yourselves.
sepU o T. J. HOUGH, Agent.
lJll'OIlTANP AltUIVAI"
rpiIE undersigned having just arrived from New York and
1 Philadelphia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer patrons, that be has purchased as large and line assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has ever been brought to Nashville. They arc now ready for
nspection nt his store, tbe
WORLD'S CLOTHING E3IlOKIUM,
No. 11, i'ublic Siiunrc.
I have taken particular pains In haie made an assortment
of Extra Size CUHumj lor Gentlemen, weighing Irom S00
lo CIO lbs., and who have always beea paying high prices to
the Merchant Tailors.
ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
CUILDRENS' CLOTHING,
from the age or fl vears and upwards.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
will takeparticular notice that I can supply them with Cloth
ing and Furnishing Goods either wholks-ale or rstail, as
low as any one in the city.
ALSO, just received a large lot r fine Plush and Cloth
Caio, or various sixes, which 1 can sell tuenlij-jice per cnt.
low ertlian any other house in the nty.
Come one, come all, lo M. POWERS
World's Clothing Emporium,
augSO 5m No. 11 , Public tmare. Nashville.
Come one- Come all ! Tnis Eoek s'aaU fly
From its firm base as scon as I !!!
FALL AND WINTER STOCK FOR 1833-1.
rpHE subscriberrespcctrully announces to the denizens or
I Nashville and surrounding country that he has nowon
.n.i roit-iniT mtilhiniis daily, a lanre stock of Gents
FASHION ABLE tEADY MADE CLOrilING, forFAll
and' Winter wenr.
Vmon"' which Mayire-fcund: Fine Black and Bine Cloth
Cloaks, fcmrish do, Opcraand Congress Coats Double do,
Black. Blue, Brown and Olive Over Cswts, Sack. Paletots,
Box, Fnwk and Dress Coats. Business do, aud other styles
andeolors too numerous to mention.
Bants and Vestsot ever style and color, to smt the most
IJtaSSk a general assirtmcnt or CHILDRENS
r-r riTit v7. xr stirt. Under-Shirts. Drawers Suspen-
WALL PAPER.
JUST received a splendid assortment or Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain Satin Papers for
l'arlors, llalls, ac, togeiuerwun a largu w vi "
Cnrtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teistcrs. Ac
JSTOn hand, a Urge assortment of unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c per bolt. &
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewanee Houfe
K. B Paier-hanging done in the best manner. ocl2
STORING COTTON.
-.-.-vTjTrrvti r;r.Af;K Are now rrenared lo rc-
I reirp store and shin cotton. Liberal advances made
c onsigninents.
oct.2
BOY'S UWilll'lt' U l.l KJ 1 1 Hie uustnutra
have the most extensive and varied assortment of I
.Clothingfor Bovs from -ttold ever oH'cied for sale in tho 1
Union. Ordersfor Gentlemen's Clothing tilled at the short- j
e Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have I
the m-mieee 01 cnanging luuu u ucr uui nw.
p 8 F. A. 1I0YT A BR0.
S. W. corner of Chestuirf and 10 t, Philadelphia.
Aprilfi,SjlT
A YK
A county. 20 miles from Nashville, on the N. A C. Rail
road, adjoining Smyrna Depot, about 2. acres c"1""
balance tinely timbered comrortable dwelling -good ont
buildings,new Gm, Ac. Will also, ir desired by the purchas
er, sell about 30 likely Negroes an -excellent Saw ami
Grist Mill, with said Farm. Araro opportumty is now of
fered to buy one ofe most supriorjtton I rms. Ac. m (
Middle Tennessee. Thosa jvishinsSto "hase dl please
make early application to
p. " No. 63 Cherry street. I
ders, Cravats, llaridKercn lels, b locks, nats.vaps, iru.Ks, Meios educu.iu Swldl waTli..TTllow. tmUc Ac
Coumry Merchants, in rrarticular, are requested to call plea.ltorecyetherKitrnageor their Cnaer Wend. I -fVEiURAULK HUILD1NG LOTIXHTSALE.
and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere Information may be ot; a ;n ed of- I xy On the KrauHui Pike, between Ihe residences of Jo-
senU3 li. POWERS, I Ker. J0. 1.LAT0XD-1 Pre t IJolTrnst's, t Vzulx and Ju A. Ws-xls R,,, cotitamms IC acres
1 . No "51, Market Si, opposite Union Street j . iElCIIER, Secretory, , it b, h. jtfak. leorly apptfeattons to
' . II, .iUI VU UU OUIU UI umuciouii J . -- I . - I
ti . i ... 1 T 1 .. .) .'. I 1... .n? tniin or mm 1 jui.w wntuu u. m mv iciKun. r n. HBU II n. '4
bniation of men. 1
I
CLOTHING.
TO EARLY ANT) CLOSE BUYERS 0? BEADY KADE
CLOTHING,
LANDE, ELSBACH & GO
Humfajtarers and fleaijts in
- READY JIAnr nLOTiitvr:.
W1NU to the increasioir demand ofRendvlIaile Cloth-
J lag in this market, we bavo this sejvon laid in an Uih
store, and which, we are vnabledtadispose-oron the very
lowest evwtera market prices an,l7n mitAetorr tenni
i We ww.ld therefore respectfuilv invite ,,mtr V.'r.-I,.l!.
wwdd. therefore respectfuilv invite countrr Mmbanht. '
. . ' "'"uc,waMeMicara- i
T-lSltlTl;. t'.I.T r',t- .nJn..-i I.. 1 1. 1' . , I
noonoioursiocJCDeiorepurcniiB!;.
nents tf Unr n?nicii . nn
t r - LAN Db. ELSIUtll i CO.
I.VAIJKi l.lM!AV;ii V I'O,,
HAX.AND. CAP XANTJFACTTJEESS,
W, Xbrti.Mjrttl!trtd,2iiririf, Ttnitsv:
TX7E
V OF SILK llATS-whrrhinhmmrArfi-iwh .Tt.
""' ninwnccu tins weKt!ie r.WAi t)l i,U
and ojiality, an unsurpassed intho city.
AIsO. A complete assortment of d.VI'S. manufactured
ef tlie best material, thcattentuin of one of Ihetirm being
chieiiy devoted to this branch.
We flatter ourse lvs in being able to give satisfaction to
those who may Livur ns w itli their palicnage.
Country Merchants are rcsictrully solicited to examine
our stock before purchasing.
septs-ir J LANDE, ELSRACU CO.
T UST HECE1VIJD. A."larg supply 'f Kossuth,
fj- MagjaTi&ridMeJiopolitan Hats, which are (or sale low
L, . ,. ep2-if JJVNDE. ELSBECK A CO.
& INLAND
1. IV
INSURANCE,
1IY
; PRQIEOTIOH nrSVil&HCE
OF
" H A RT FORD, OONN.
137" Tha uederiigueJ, A gents, for this old and respoasi.
ble odice, is always prepaieJ to issue policies upon approTeJ
risks on favorable terms.
'. LINIWLEY & CROCKETT, Agents
"pc 17 lm t for Nashville aud Uaridson (jounty.
"It is uouio;e tlie moral duly ofinan to priyTde TI15 daBv
.bread Tor his funily while LeKve.v than it is "la provide
against their being fed penniless in the event oflus denth.
hita. JvfriKtl Pit If m.
LIFE INSURANCE,
the ADrAXiAcz vFijtr. ixzvndscz,
A9 EiniDITtU bv inn
LIFE INSURANCE
. C O SI P &. 2vT T
NET ACCUMULATED CASH FUND,
Havoyonlagaranco oavourliub.fartlip 3ot
efit of a Sarv.ving- family, IJolaiives,
cr Friends J
ARETTIEY FULLY PRorEtTTD BY INSURANCE
ON YOUR LIFE.
Vei tit tnamj trit tint mag urine frai mmpeUJ
Ieati, at a itin:tof ei.tU:rrciuni,:rk!j
tf vUtr in i Hue y I
is.vCAB2orr, SBC'r............ruxi)Uucss. wilsox, pbes'i
CHARLES G ILL, AcwjiRr.
1'. P.rECK, Agent.
D"R. M:fel Examiners..
' "ang dlC
P R 6 T ECT ION "
INSURANCE COMPANY1
OF
HARJFOBJ), COHN.
Capitol Stock, Annual Premiums end Western Fund
1,000,0001
INCOIirOKATED ISU5.
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
uy Finn, ok the
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents Tor Nashville and Davidson County, jnlyl -ly.
S. A. SAWVKB, D. t- WALLACE, E.T10WAH1.
SAWYER, WALLACE & CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 12C, FRONT STREET. NEW YORK.
E. UOiVAItD,
septXG Xew Orleans.
iUOHS.rnsrbbis StarTvTuSy;
100 bbls Old Bourbon, Monongahcla, and old Ryo do;
100 eighth pipes Champaigiie Brandy, sup. article;
50 casks Malaga W.uu. For sale by
septy JVl. CORDON A CO.
"YTALUAI3LE DWELI.INt; "lT0USET'Olt
V S.VLE The undersigned offers fix rale his residence
n Spring or Church Street, with the furniture irdestred.
Terms made known on application to
XL C. POSTER. Sd.
Orin my absence Jo CM. FOGG,
une 17 tf.
rpo COUNTltY JIEltCILANTS I would c!
L tlie attention of dealer to ihe heavy Stock of Wn 1 1
Papers, I am now receiving and prepared to otler on th
most favorable terms. septl.t W. W. FINN.
"VTOTICE. G. D. WOOTON oifershis svrvices tnthe
J.1 citizens of Nosliville toact in llnj cajiacit nf Book
Keeper, Clerk, Salesman. Ac., liarim; much etki
rience References aud credentialsgii en if desiieJ. Ad
dress him through tlie Post Oilice, or apply at this oilhf.
No, 1 1 Denderick st, (sppat 1m
CtEJIENT. 2ii iMrrels Ixsiisville Hydraulic Cement,
just received mil for sale by
sept 23 n JOHNSON A UORXH.
HEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
a I. College Stn-ct.
8AMPRICHITT. MColleCT. street, is now receiving a
choice lot of Fall and V m!er Goods selected in New
York and Philadelphia of the latest styles anil patterns, to
which he invites the attention nf tho public (septii lm.
TOED" SODA WATEIt. This dchchtf.il dntik. to-
Jl. gelher with a gie.ir variety ofchoice Syrups of the best I
quality, niav ue lounu a me irug oiore 01
teptU STRETCH A ORR.
Coner of College and Union Streets.
TlM:LISiT3i UST A U TTSEED.- Oiio lmlt barrel
li ufxhe best English While Mustard Seed, for Pickling.
Jusireeeivcdandforsaleby STRETCH A ORR.
septl 1 Druggists, comer College'aud UnioBSts.
! TSHJEIt VlN E(S AU.-ourbarrels l'ure Cider Vm?
v7 gar. warranted Pure. For sale bv
sept 14
STRETCH A ORR.
LIQUORS. . . .
-i EIGHTH pipes extra difnrigiie!fdidy; . '
XD 1" " " ManwttACo's do:
10 " " A.Sgueirs d?". " '
6 quarter casks Malign AVine;
.r eighth pipes Muscat do;
2 kegsStirtiglitnirs Hitlers;
2 " Ksseuce IVppcimiul;
5 bbls Old Re Whisky;
50 " Star (if,'
For s;ile by atig-,'- W. II. CORDON A CO.
WRAP i'i N t :'V A 1 R. bundltsCrow-ri, if?
dium and DoubleCrown Wrai'mnc l!aper, tor sate br
angf. W.H.GOltllON&'COJ
V-i T Tuu- t I 1 --t 1..,. I....,..,. JK-.'ti.'l t,.
1(W
lusrf do.
Forsale bv
w,
II. GORDON TO.
XJ and h iir eases Durkee celebrated lfcikhiglWders,
Iresh, lorsaleby W. H.GORD 'X A CO. .
i A JlEftlCAN SOAP to-.u.x. AnT.ci.n Cream
I -ii- Soap,inbrs; 100 bbls Ameiican Ijinmliy Soap, in
I mass. Wanaated Ut.Iothework of tI Saumlry, in oold
j water, either soft, lnrd, or salt $ l br
1 septl'i V,.LM.ORDN ACQ.
, TENNXS3ST!APnST FEKAXE INSTmTE.
nrpniriaiiuRO iV
, SSymU
j J .will conmience on Moml.Seiit :W.l.
, .Tl tfMcIiers, recently or Ihe Nashnlte tenwle Institetc,
NEW GOODS.
WE have just received our assortment of
CLOTHS, CAS3K-IEEES : VE3TINGS,
of New Styles and Varieties.
Also, an assortment of Fine Ready-made Clothing,
aad Gentleman's Furnishing Gootl-i.
sep'iO CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
No. 15 Cedar st
"TOWDER Tennessee Rifle, in nnarter. half and
X whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrete.
eS.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war-
Mntfk.l tanmil In nnv tn iiin mtrVpL nhvnvson Land Mid
salebv jiilyis' CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
r
rtftA REWARD. Raoai-ay from my Farm.threi
) milel North of Nashville, Teneessee, lirti weeke
ago. my Negro Man WII-SuN, aged aboot S years, slight
ly Copper cT-lored, roiddla size, aboiit i feet 8 Inches high,
active and sensible, and can read a llltle.
I will pay the abm e reward for his delivery to me, or in
miT iiil so tliat I can get him again.
I!$i50 THOMAS BATTE.
RANAWAY.
--Xthe IstinsL, jrom mv larin, 111c unroifi
I PHE. He is j.Iec; i or . incites
utS.yeodhghppercomj
' lie isacquah.Ud m hash,.l,e. ?..d iaho .
fnr.1 county, and is supposed ta be in the vicinity of one
or the other places. I will give FIFTY DOLLARS re
ward if he is apprehended in tho State, or 0-S'B 11 UN
DRKD UOLIiKS ir taken oct of the State, or. confined in
jail so tliat I can get him'. . ,
jy Any- information in regard .tojfahl . negro, can be
communicated to Maj. J. W. Childress, MurfreesSorop Dun
can, Morgan A Co, Nashville, or the undrsimied,oLeurk..
land, Ala. , . -..;;' GEO. XV. OXpTll.
Murfrcesboro News copy 2 timesand send hllllo 1Kb of
fice, octS 2y.
high, and j
dexion. ft
'n Ruther-
SUNDRIES,
Ttm T?A CITVTT.TTS TtT ATTTrPAl 'I'll U IW mvin-
' rpiIlS establishment is now provided with Machinery sai '
JL Tool', complete, of tbemost modern construction; alsv
with tho best Mechanical iVilt that tho cwmtryaCbrds, asi
aa i n3(ictiiuy eoucii traers. iney Brenreparearaexecni as
follows:
' RAILROAD MA0TriNER.Y.
J pachas letemefivfi for Pjasseagcr and Freight TriiiS.
Passenirer, Freight, and Repair Cars completed, and a!l'
r evcTydeption ofirork apperiaininf to-KaUttoads. Jr.,
I Pissenirer. Fit
f everydescrijition of work apperiainicto-KaU iioads.
i I&mt and stations fipin 3 to Zo0 horse-power itk
I ooaersoftho bt Iron.
' " SAW Mil
SAW MILfA
Machinery complete for filtlmr in Sash or ITinnF-w Sjit
complete, witli the oewest and ami approved modes.-
GRIST MILLS. -Emjirs
and Mschioery made for all sizeIS7malets;-i6w.
gctherwitU Machinery forScgar.nU.aod L'otloa Uics; al-T
so Machinery for Illasi Furnaces, embracing CuiJrcn (St.
itilert ior tlast, Ac
R0IX1NOMILW.
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all nachinery tor Roll,
log Jlills complete ma.ie.al shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with ahafting, mill gearing, w&tet
wheels, cast iron IXmt rmlts Ac, Ac, madato erder.
Address Jokx Tmmpsos. Agent, who is a practical tea
eheiiistj or J.e midersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON,
'Jim2l tr n. President.
j TN Store aad hr sale Cheap for Cash :
X V bbb Cin. WfcLky. 100 kgs Nail?, assnrled;
2tM.bbkFSear, various b'nds 5 UfsCufi'ee;
10 liijs fine Sal 2i bMs Loaf, Crnshed aad
.Ul.bUsili.Iassej; Poicdered Sngar;&
us ioducco; various i,ow Kegaiia ttgarsf
Lraadsi x
f" Tf'dox Shaker Rwomsj - s. bbls Mason's Blacking;
SOibbls Pilot Bread; 5 bhU Boston Crackers;
V bbls B. A W. Crackers; 4 bbls Suw A Pieae do;
Together with Pepper. Allspice, Gingr. Indigo, Mad
"dtr. Spun Cotton, Shot. Lead. Powder. Mustard. Catsup,
.Cotton, Hemp, Bed Cords, and Plough lines, oct ; tf.
ADJILYISTU ITOR'S NOTICE. Notice is here
by given to all persons indebted to tlie estate of Hugh
W. McGawck, deceased, lo crane ibnranl and make pay
dent, -and those haviug claims against the estate are noti
fied to present them within the tune prescribed by lair oc
they wul be fxrever barred.
FRANK McGAVOCK.
octl Im Admr.
VOrARTNEIWlIll.
I HAVE this day associated with rnc in the Wholesale
Grocery, CoamHsSum, Retiring and Forwarding Bu
siness, Jft. X X. JWtf;wiA, late ol CUrks ville, Tenn
under llm naay&nml te oC Uabi Hotusriswoirra.
octf . HENRY HART,. Jr.
SO bas:s III oi'i'ce5
:IK STORK AXD FOll HALE UY
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
net tf Nashville. Tew.
THE DEST OFEOOiTT AND SHOES ARE ALWAYS THE
fTf r. A P r
CtUARLES SAYER.S. comer of Market and ,
Uni.ni streets, w .Hild my to ba customers and-,
thenublic tliat h-stilt continres to manafactnre all '
Mlius UI si .s ..i. i. a. uiff ativin bwid ."u ui v.
reatfcriali. He bos now on IuuhI a large stock of the above
mimed artk-ies. botti fcevy und light, of tbe latest trjiion,
of his own make, winch lie oilers far sale at as low prices
as tlie sa&ie quality ecu be purchased in the city. All he
Vi is I, turn liim n st!l niul ortrinrfHl that it ts tn tbtl
I.:.. 1. . r T . . . L.' I. . . . . I ..KM.n.lAfmul
I interest of tie buyer to eneoursg Iiome industry. He also
! makes to order and keeps oa band a superior article of La
f dies Shoe, suitable for Tall and winter wear.
( P. S. Ita airing done at the shortest notice and on ri
sonible terms. w e oclt gm
TEE EKP03IUH OP FASHION.
Hgi mm
Paris Imported Eon nets, Jlillinery, A-c.
1'ALL FASHIONS FOR 1833. .
50Q FANCY BONNETS.
WE would respectfully inform the Ladies of town
and country that we wil', on Ttuwday morning tho
4th, exhibit for their esfe-ial benefit. I be largest aad most
beautiful stock of Fnncv lteonets, and new stjles, of Emb'd
Bdgnade and other slvles of Straw Uouncts. ever opened at
Nashville or in the Weit, Likewise, rich Plumes; Head
Dresses, Flowers, Ribbons; Dress Goods. Perfumeries, Em
broidcriex and Fancy Goods Ac, comprising $,fHm worth.
Having imported a great airt direct Irom Paris, ourjjrices
slmll be lower than any of the boxed up millenery advejr
vertiied as fashmaWe and prolessing to be : he latest stylos.
Oar hmg engageswat in the business, now nine years in
Nashville, and doing a. very extsiMitra bossoess, must give
us advantage over any other bouse in tbe aity. and we Hat
ter ourselves tbatcuf fries ) are weH sottsntd. So, now
Ijdies, we wish your viite to Bsake your veketiaa. We
can make vou look more encbantiBg tlan ever Ihis fall, Sw
tbe strtet,"baHs and wedd'-ugs hvintr Lad.es of snperii.
good tasie from Eng'and, France and Sew York, ta a.w
11s in our establishment. We bae luldM to our stCck tin
fU, rieh Dress Goods at less tlian asjetioa prices. & fli
stock of Mantillas, Woolen GratK. Caps Ac rich Muslin d
lames and Cashmieres at 2.".. St) ami Si eenta pr yard, ta
jierior Merinrs at sec worth 1 5; rtth Needfeworkeodl
Chemiittt. Infante Robes, 1'omled CeHan:, UnierileevM
Handk's. beautifidlr embroidered, at IJ Ut 1.75. cheap n
.W to S.mO. Likewise, a large sloek of Ruaey Goods and
Trimmings. Having a large Moek Hhh fell, our ebpet is to
make small nretits and large soles, grriag tlie purchaser
advantage eeod bnreilo. -.
AttoePariSan Wertdof Fuie, No. Union Street,
next to the State Uank. s,
K. WdSE.
oct 8m . Ageat
TO RUSIXESS 31EN
ROUE'S UNITED STATES ADVERTISER.
A MtrntUy Paper. Vie Fifty Ce?th a Ymir.
rplIK above Paiier fuminbes a reliable and valuable ic
X count or the State 01 Trade, I'ricva Current, Reriew of
the Markets, Bank Nolel jst, Ac, Ac, pfsparwl bv the first
Ulent Besides wbich, it wrfl eoaUvin a jjreat deal ofjinter-i-sting
readfog matter, eonnred with ivital subjects. Also,
Tables of I'ostasres, Intel est Tables, ke.
The second No. wilt be jmWished Oct 1st, and '-will con
tain all tlie business infrnwktioe above steteJ, besidea ar
ticles on the "Pricing Type," the "Pwer I-oot""Eitoi-tim
oIFateuts," "News of tbe Mnn" Ac , Ac
Tlie typogTOjAresl amaraece ft thw paper i not exceed
ed, by 3By the Umted States.
Single Copies annum .1 cento ; Wve CojMe!u$8 i Fif
teen UmesS"-
Address CHARLKS R RODI. 141, Breadwoj;, New
York.' (8 taw Sr Sweets. -.octl
wituxa T. EOSS. JAW X,
ROSS A; II VYIDSON,
DATtDSOS.
ftTTOmEVS AY LAW?:
1 FAYaTTBVlLLE. TBNN..
WM pmcffceLawta Lem and tbe aiifotaing ebonties.
oci.
ci'.outa: xv. cook,
ATT0BNEY AT LA W AKD LAND AGENT.
Wooo Village, Texus. ',.
WILL attend t tba eolleetiou el dU, and'jhgjnvesti
gatien and perfWiitigof land titles in Texas:
nfTEKK-VCKS.
Hon. 0 W. O. Tottby, 1I. Nato Gczcr,
' R. G. UKrxxrr, " R.L IUitT, -
." R. U CAarrnons, Abe CAomftia,
-J011.X U BHir, Gwyeraor Wm. B. CAKrcxLt.
aiigIfwly "
S..E, K'CAHIi
Commission nud iTjrwunlintr jlercfintit,
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NEW GuOCilRY STORH. 1
1ASIKL -W. DC904U-, D. It. BOSD,
FrankHsTewi. Btthesd,Teon.
S.USSF.LI. & BOND,
Grocers asd Commission Jtercnaatj,
Ai. .VI, Rntfjimy. SanitUte, Jinn.
a m m
p ATHilNtTAND ROPU.-S jaecea teavy 4H incii
lOrS heavy U inch IJ-Mng;
sso coils Row Si ssore and frr sale by -
Jtf JOHNSONHORNS A CO.
CASPET1NC-S, KATTINGS, 2UG3. Ac, to.
XiVSCXSy JIOKCAN !fc CO.
w-.XTfS nnv in ttniv a !a-r StOCtC Of ThrSMiolr SOS. Irt
JljL grain and Wool flgnved Csrpetingji, CcjUoVPrSggelte
Adelado Mats, TnftJe Rbk. Fancy and whitcwclecked Mat
I r!l V.nA. nn.lnntl 1... r-x-trincr rKniT?I- Irflm the
1 new strltn, wfiich they will;seILby the
' niece only at very tew pnee. - J. ..
piece only :
DUTs'CAN. M0R0 AN? A CO.
angO.
Nos.Tfeond Jl'Pnblic fjqnare.
-!- IUlKFRASETt,
" adiiurssiON merchant
' XO. 13 eAHBSDELKT 8TBKCT,
New Orleaax.
P.KFER TO; ,.
Got A. Y. Brown, NaAriHe.TenD .CpUX H- McNbIL
Coalipma county. Mis ; Myrtle, Moore A t Helena, Ark,.
S. J.T.kllev. Jackson, Mi.; Martin, Rhea A Co, Vnlaslv
Tenn.; Ja.s."C MaW, Ei, Athens, Ak.
octtf ly.
COOKING STOVES! P.VRLORSXOVii
AND OFFICE
I"0R Coal or Wood. A gnat variety oTthe best and
most elegant jattcros.
I)rawinf-RsMri Urates, PartflT Grate. and Office Grate1!,
fiastimrs ofevery variety for sale cheap bv
- ' SHOW, MACKENZIE A CO
net-" -' - ' CeWege street opposite Stwan
rr0 RNVvVvA'frfeirj.rsLw Wi to purchase u.VKTllU L -UOKSAn
HILTON.
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