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N ASHYM LE:
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 20, 1853.
the. railroad circus COMINQ.
Aningenius circus manager has been electrifying
the people of northern Stdtes oll summer. With a
orv circus catablisiment, which X3 on its Avar to
JNajiirHlc. It profcsc3 to be made up exclusively of
ftlftrsfcf elected, from Uio European Hipodromes aud
I American circuses; and-we must confer our ex
changes uphold them in their pretensions. Not on
ly are the artistes omiosing the troupe all "stars,"
but genius pervades its very advertising and mana
gerical department. Its agent is the Rev. Wash-ijcctok-Yas'Zahdi,
whose eloquence, -while the
-Pastor of the Episcopal churches in Rochester and
Elvira, every body has heard, and who aftcwards
' won many laurels as the editor of the Syracuse Star.
TheXouisvillopresK, where they have beeu exhibit
ing uunng the Agricultural Fair, indulge in the
most prodigal encomiums, from which we select
the followingparag-aph from the Loukvil.'e Democrat:
ItAi.rio.tD Cmcufi. This is the last night of the
gteat JJailroad C)r:u, an establishment which, tin
der the management of the untiringand ubiquitous
i Vaii Ordon, has made a grapple uKn the public ad
5j miration as firmly as a determined beauty who had
made an onslaught upon the affections of asnicepti
l'leyonth. It is no common show, th It-u'lroal
Oil en; and the iron horse never had his bands
ltountl to a train that bore more of merit, than is
contained in this starry constellation of wonders.
M'ile Uosa, the pretty Rosa, and the chap and the
olisp's boy who make such small matters of great
tilings on rope find -voles; the little JellQW who
jumps a country of fences and rides every part of a
horse from the fetlock to the tin of the nose, aud
j. goes through balloons like a cannon ball; and the
' tlhy' little "hippodrome" who might stir up the jeal
ouy of LcviLorter; and the two wonderful horses
that are driven in tandem; and the c-lcwn, and the
decorum, aud the bis canvass, and the trood order.
45 and the comfortable seats, and the moral character-
, , oi an concerned combine to form a nucleus of
ro onders which cannot be illustrated either in flam
ing piclur&s or wordy elaborations. It is itself, like
the sun and, in the beautiful language of the poet,
tf 'there is no use talking."
We again remind those who have not yet seen
thi wonderful exhibition, to avail themselves ofthis,
' ' the last opportunity.
ITIIE KILLING OF MAJOR ARNOLD BV DOCTOR
C, A few days ago we gave an account, furnisliod
by a letter from Fort Graham, Texas, to the Wash
ington Evening Star, of the melancholy affair at
Iort Graham. Injustice to Dr. Steinkr, wc copy
another account furnish by Dr. IL II. SrEisEit of Au
'giist'a Georgia, to the Chronicle and Sentinel. It is
irry difl'erent from the ono we copied from, the
' "j Kvemnj Star :
In your paper of this morning appeared an article
headed ' The Recent Killing of Major Arnold at
Fort Graliam," which does very great injustice to
my brother, Dr. J. M. Steiner, U. S. A. The focts
?" regard to tiie melancholy occurrence alluded to
- are these, Aiy brother was lV.aced in arrest bv Mai.
Arnold for liavinir punished a Lieutenant, for usin
... . lmguagc to hini, which no gentleman and man of
courage oomu lor an instant tolerate. Alnj. Arnold,
' knowing, tlmt my brother would ask to know whv
he was arrested (the matter between Steiuer and
- the Lieutenant being of a private charter) deter-
mided, in consequence of an old fcti.i. to rcpiy to
i 'l'lestiou in such a manner as would force the
doctor io strike him, when he would be held ex-
disable for taking his life. My brother did not
resent the offensive language in tho way Major
Arnold anticipated, but remarked that the reason
r assigned for his arrest was not in accordance with
the facL. whereupon Major Arnold drew one of
' ' his pistol and shot at my brother who was stand
) ing about five feet distant. The docter returned
the Cre, breaking the Major's left arm above the
'. . elbow. Major Arnold fired a second time, but
again without effect, when my brother shot him
' , ''-through the body. Major Arnold attempted to
..." '.ihoot again, but the pistol snapped, when my
brother hilled him.
. Dr. Steiner acted on the defensive throughout
; 's the rencounter, and only returned shot for shot.
T'l'Maj. Arnold was in command of the post, and
could have ordered mv brother into close confine-
nient, lmd he deemed it necessary, without the
least personal risk.
-The idea that Dr. Steiner killed Major A. simply
because the latter arrested him for a supposed tri
lling military offeuoe, is rather too absurd to call for
contradiction. That the Doctor attempted to es-:-'
' rape is utterly untrue. Major Arnold's death for
'T, bids any comments from me on bis conduct, but jus
tice to my brother demands that the facts above
; mentioned should bo given to the public.
' It appears by the news received yesterday from
Texis, that Dr. Steiner, after an examination ln-fore
, n p'udioial tribunal, has been acquitted, but is under
"militaiy arrest, awaiting Gen. Smith's order for a
n Court Martial to try him.
Sad OcctrnnEscE. Mr. Stf.vexs, a workman em
ployed at the Taper Mill of W. S. White-Van, near
tills city, was killeJ on Tuesday last whilst arrang
in? some niachinerj- in the mill. His body was
"Shockingly mangled before the machinery could be
i It will be seen, by reference to our Legisla
tive Proceedings, that a resolution Las passed both
houses appointing this day for the election of United
Miss Jclia Uexnttt. This new candidate for
public favor is gaining golden opinions from every
one. She is a most charming and fascinating ac:
troFK, and wc regret her stay is to be limited to one
week. AYe strongly recommend all our readers to
see Miss lUCNirrrand enjoy the same pleasure with
ourselves in witnessing her able and artistic per
formances, and in listening to her clear voice and
- ringing joyous laugh.
0O Tho success of the atmospheric telegraph
for transmitting packages from one point to another
ia.said la be complete. A company is now being
formed with a capital of $500,000, for the purjiose
of cou-triicting a line of telegraph from Doston to
New York, having a cylinder two feet in diameter
by means of which it is believed that packages
may ha sent from one city to another in fifteen
Mrs. lkooiiEn, the notorious champion of
woman's lights and inventor of the equivocal cos
tume which bears hcr'name, is lecturing at Cleve
land, Ohio, on temperance, and the kindred issues.
She appears always in the llloomer tires. The
"Cleveland JyhiiHltiikr relates an incident at one of
her lecf ivres a few days ago, which indicates that
die has not yet fully vindicated woman's rights,
oven in her own case. She had given out that she
-would deliver another lecture in the evening.
Thereupon Mr. Uloomer stepped up to the stage
and whispered in her car. She immediately said
to the andiew :
" Jy 7is.fcuZ thinks it belter for me not to lec
' tnro to-morrow evening."
The great champion of woman's rights bowed
submission to the will of her husband.
E5r" I'1 England tlie amount of damages for in
juries on railroads is graduated by the amount of
the income enjoyed by the persons killed or injured
al the time of tho accident. At a recent trial of a
suit brought against the Lancashire aud Yorkshire
jailroad company, by the executor of a gentleman
who was killed on the road, in consequence of a
train in whiolt he was traveling running off the
track, a verdict or $3,000 or 15,000, was given.
It is not slated what the income of a gentleman
issoppojed to be, but a laborer's life would be
worth equally as much to him, we should think.
Tlie railroad companies probably think different.
Kr.BE Navigation ok tub La Plata. A letter
received in New York from llio Janeiro, announces
the conclusion" of an important treat3 between the
.'United Sattes and the Argentine Confederation,
-ivliMi is understood to secare the free navigation
-r.l.. T PIt, find in tributaries, and also J
... ii.u uiu .- - . .0i
the rights of conscience to our. .citizens who may
soiourn there. Similar privileges are secured to us
PArcnMitx, Tuesday, Oct 18, 1853.
7o the Blitors of the Union and American.;
This morning, about 10 o'clock, Mr. James Sik
rnExs was killed, by being caught and wound around
win, uu uaj put on a jarce apron or sacs, mat
covered him fttfrvgr, tt. protect liiniself from the
spatter of the grind - stone, and. .by some means it
got caught in the driving shaft, and wound him up
and killed him in almost arT instant, beating'-.hi3
head up in a shocking manner. -.
Jle leayes a wife, (just ready to be confine3,TSmd
three small children, the oldest aged about 5years,
In a perfectly destitute condition, andiwithoutreja--tions
who are able to help them. She is perfectly
sensible of lier condition, which, together with the
melancholy and distressing -fate oY'lier husband,
makes her grief bitter irr the; extreme.
- Mn Stephens was, an honest, sober, hardwork
ing man, .who had-mxother reliance. Tor hijdaily
bread lor lnmsell and family, thin his daily labor,
which he was assiduously applying' in my employ
eighteen hours in every twenty-four tho -week
through up to the time of his death. His family is
now left wholly upon the charity ofithe world,, and.
n u jiiijr jug eye suuuiu cuance io see ims, aim jvisii
to giro a mite to an unfortunate, needy and deserv
ing family, they can .dp so-by leaving it at youtuof
fice or handing it- to'me.i or enclosing it to me
through thtTosto'Dice, and for whiclf tbcy-wjll"re-
eeive the warmest gr;ititude.Trora a'distressed-and..;
penniless widow. I ' "
Very respectful', '.
A rediciuc for Females. A TegctaUo Compound.
One in great demand, ami which is selling rapidlr..JJ)r. J.
r. deomcoous femaijs bitters
"A certain,; efficient, speedy, efleciualandpermane'nf rem
edy for all female complaints, which are in any way caused
tit brought on by a vitiated or inefficient action of.lhe Ute
rine Organs. It will immediately cure'lheSick Headache,
"Fluor Albtw or Whites, Hysterics, Chlorosis or Green Sick-
net.", rams in the Small cf the back, loins, side; hoad, Ac,
cold feet and hands. Palpitation of the Heart, Swimming
and Giddiness of the Head, Loss cf Appetite, Difficulty of
IJreathing.'.MelanchoIy, Night Sweats, Heartburn, .Vc.,ajid
is afpecific la suppressed, painful, 'or "irregular 'Menstrua
tion, affording immediate relief, young and old are daily
being benefitted by it Numerous certificates could be ad
dncetb but it is considered useless, It sells well erery
where, One bottle (which costs only $1 00) will prove iU
AH the above are but symptoms of some derangement jo
cnliarlo Females, and the Bitters effect a cute by remedy-
Ing such. derangements, . , J u --
YEARS OF MISERY . . .
Can be warded off by .using. "Droaigoole's Female Bitters,"
at once relieving that sickly-delicacy, that scrawny, pale and
swarthy complexion, which are common among- females
every where. . '
BEAUTY AND LOVELINESS
Connected with healthy, robychcels, uninterrupted health
and buoyancy of spirits, can all be retained by using one
dose of Dromgoole's Female Bitters cverjr "morning before
MOTHERS AND FATHERS
Who liave a lovely .daughter of about sweet sixteen, suffer
ing with any form of female complaints, with swimming of
the head, severe pains, palpitation of the heart, and melan
choly, should at once buy a bottle of DrouigooVs Female
Bitters, and permit her to enjoy health.
Forsalein Nashville by the Proprietor, at the Patent Med
icine Store, College street, aud by Druggists geneially
" octlS dlw
ljcec and Manager, .
Stage Director, ,
...It C. Gn'iEnsos.
ALTERATION OF TIME.
Doors open at half past C, and performance to commence
The Manager takes great pleasure in announcing the
Third Night of the Engagement of the Celebrated and
MISS JULIA BENXETT.
Who will apjiear this crening in two of her fivorile char
acters, CONSTANCE and MARION in the Wind Mill.
" THURSDAY EVENING, Oct 20, will be irformed
Sheridan Kuowles' Comedy of the
Constance , Miss Jclia. DctxcTT.
Toconclude with the admired ietite Comedy of "
THE 1VINJMHLL. '
J5"l!ox Office open from P, A. JL, to 12 M.; and from
to H, P. M., the seats mav be secured.
PRICE OF ADMISSION Box and Parouelte. 7r, cente:
Second Tier, SO cents; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cts;
uoioreu li.x, cenls; ti'lored l.allcry, i cents.
Doors open at Performance to commence at 7
?IFTY DOLLAKS REWARD I will T
give the above reward for the apprehension of i
lh ttl-trA nt-TORm- U-lif.rJT.flU-!!.' fVv.Tr. .n Fnmi
on tlie 18th of September last, if taken out of the
State, or $25 if taken within the State. If be is taken in
Kentucky, I will comply with the requnition of the State in
regardtomnawayslaverf,in casctheamountreqnired in that
State is over the amount mentioned above. The slave
GEORGE is supposed to ha vo left for a free State on Wed
nesday last. He is about six feet two inches high; weighs
near one hundred and seventy-five or eighty pounds, and
walks very erect; of a yellow, copper color, two or three of
his upper front teeth are out; has several shot underneath
the ttin of one of hU wrists, which can be felt on examina
tion. Anv information in regard to the negro can bo com
municated to me at Nashville, or sent to the Union and
American ofiice. GUTH RIDGE ALFORI).
N. B. Gecrge left in company with another negro, belong
ing to Mrs Goin. " octlS lw
NiheIstinst.,from my farm, the boySTE--
j rnr... ne isa ieet4ors incnes uign, anu 1
is auoui 23 j ears om; oi light copper complexion.
He is aciuaintcd in Nashville, and also in Ruther
ford count v, nnd is Mipposed to be in the vicinitv of one
or the other places. I will give FIFTY DOLL'ARS re
ward if be is apprehended in the Slate, or ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS if taken out of the State, or confined in
jail so that I can get him.
Any information in regard to said negro can be
communicated toMaj. J. W. Childress, Murfreesboio; Dun
can, Morgan A Co., Nashville, or the undersigned at Court
land. Ala. . GEO. W. GARTH.
Murfreesboro News copy 2 timesand send bill to this of
fice. octS 2.
DR. LTEByS PILE OINTMENT
IS PREPARED for the Grafcnburg Company by Dr.
Blvjivin" LiBnr.of New Hampshire. He is a Physician
eighty-eight years of arc, and has for the last sixtv-three
j ears u.-ed this Ointment in his practice. A cure is war
ranted, no uiattr how extreme the case.
This is sufficient to induce every person suffering under
thisdfcease to try it. Price per Bottle .
The Vegetable Fills, prepared by the Grafcnburg
Company, are used constantly by hundreds of thousanda,
who attest their value.
The tnieoperationof Medicine is to give increased activity
to the mentis possessed by Nature for the removal of the
causes ofdisease. Fcrall billious disorders, Costivencss,
Imperfect Digestion, Deficient Action of the Bowels, Liver
Complaints, Headache. Activity of the Stomach. Ac. Price
2-" cents per Box, with full directions. Forsale by all Drug-gi-t.
octlS ALEX. McKENIE, Agent.
"I'XT'E will pay the highest price in Cash or Groceries for
V t ai
all kinds of Produce.
MORRIS A STRATTON.
CORN WANTED. I wish to purchase ONE THOU
SAND BARRELS of Corn.
x:H4 lm A. HAMILTON.
QAFirrY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
kJ Dy me
! oriffinal manufacturers, forsale bv
Jlll-.AiilA.il, VtAlSUM Jfc UU.
atW. H.Gokdox A Co.'s., Public Square.
-pRYAX'S AM) LOCK'S PULMONIC WA
ly FURS For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma
Consumption, Bronchitis, Influenza, Hoarsene's, Difficult
Breathing. Pains in tbe Chest, Spitting of Blood and Sore
Throat. Perfect freedom from cough in ten minutes after
iLe-for sale by H. O. SCOVEI.
rpRUSSES tor Mull and VhiUnn UteroAbdomi
L nal SupjKirters, of the most approved patterns, nnd
modern invention, recommended by the Medical Faculty.
For sale by H. G. SCOVEL.
rpHE partncrcJcp heretofore existing under the stvleof
.1 CUUHEY A MARTIN has been this day dissolved by
mutual cmiM iit.
As it W durable that lhe business of the late firm should
b closed :is early as possible, all thorc indebted by note or
account ate ieoi (fully nuiieied to make immediate pay
ment to Richard O. Cu'rrev, nhoalonc is authorized to re
ceipt them. RICHARD 0. CURREY,
oct.v j.g. martin;
TENNESSEE BAPTIST FEULALE INSTITUTE.
THE next term of the Tennessee Baptist Female Institute
will conniencc on Mon.lav. Sept. 12, 1S53.
The teachers, recently of the'Nashville Female Institute,
will make cverv effort to secure to those cntru-ted to their
charge, a thoioughond judicious education und would be
pleaed to receive the patninnge of their former friends.
Information mav be obtained of
Rev. JOS. H. EATON, 1). IK, Pres't Board Trust's,
J.VS..F. FLETCHER, Esq., Secretarv,
july2C 3m end or of the Teachers.
"VTTEhavc just received our as.ortmcnt of
.u"ls'. CASSIMEiiib & viTIMOS,
new aiyies anu varieties.
Also, an assortment of Fine Rendv-mndc Clotliinsr.
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. , .
J-ep'-'O CLIFTON A.ABI10TT,
No. 15 Cedar st.
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN
OF TUB g
Hew York, Oct 19. Steamer Asia has arrived.
jNew'snot important, decline in Cotton..,,
The SulUn has not yet signed the declaration
PER STEAMER ASIA.
EWVoniq Oct. 19. A letter writer from Paris
to the London Times sajs, tliat the English and
French Governments Lave notified Russia in strong
term3 that it is now too late to issue more modifi
cations, and that England and France will support
thejntegrtty of Turkey. This, however, wants con
firmation. Commander Inglefield lias returned from the Are
tic expedition no tidings of Sir John Franklin.
Pittsburg, Oct. 18. River filling, with twoJeet
one inch water in the Channel.
CrscixxATi, Oct. 18. The River is sLitionary.
YAsnixoTO.v, Oct IS ThcState department has
received official information of Judge vroom's pre-
sentauon at. ienm.
The Navy department has late advices from Com
modore,' Perry's squadron on his way to Jeddo in the
xsiana oi xnipuon.
Clabksvii.le, Oct. 19. The S. 1J. Shipper struck
alog at Silver Mine BlcfTlast night andsunk in five
. JiOnsviLiE, Oct 19. The river is ata stand with
2 feet i inches water in the canal.
The Cars containing tho Easfern mail, due at Cin
cinn'ati yesterday, was destroyed by fire between
Cleveland and Uolumbus. The mat! is entu-ely aa-
The New York papers publish aletterfrom Judge
'lironson m reply to becretary Uutline. lie says
"the power of appointing is vested in tho Collector
alone. I will not interfere with theexercise of your
powers ana nope you will render like justice to
He also denies that Secretarv Guthrie Im anv
right to issue instructions for the government of his
conduct or making selections lor omce.
I". O. Furrell's celebrated Arabian Liniment triumph
ant orer disease.
, THE following is from the principal accountant of the
wealthy and highly respectable h .use of Messrs. Voris &
Uro.,of this city, aud presents ONE OF THE MOST WON
DERFUL CURES IN THE ANNALS of medical history.
Mr. II. G. Farrell Dear Sin Actuated by a sense cf grate
fulness, I submit thefollowingas an instance of the utility of
yo r great medicine. My child, three years old, was sud
tlcnlv attacked with a terrible disease, which in less than
&ix hours prostrated it to total helplessness. The limbs be
came soriged that nota joint could be bent; the tlesh turned
black and cold and entirely deprived of feeling; the eyes
died, partially closed aud altogether blind, follon ing this
iras deaf lies to all sounds; the spine became contracted and
m curved that when lying on Its back the head and heels
ouly toached. Indeed, the child presented everr appear
auceof being dead. Immediately on the attack, the family
phycician was called in, and for three eeks he labored to
restore it to feeling, but all in vain, although it was blistcied
a dozen times and various rubefacient Liniments applied.
A consultation of physicians was then held, but to no pur
pose, the case was then brought before the Medical Society,
out nothing could be suggested which had not already been
doocaud the doctor then told me he could do nothing more, j
We then commenced appl) ing your Liniment freely over
the entire length of the sjune, and you may imagine apar
eiitjor, when, after a few applications, icturnirg anima
tion was apparent, and it rapidly recovered with the excep
tion of the siht, which did not become perfect for near a
mouth. The child is" nawhcaltby and robust as can be.
Firo other cases ot the same kind occurred previously in my
neighborhood, all of which died, when there is no doubt if
vour Liniment had been used thev would liave recovered.
HENRY G. CLELAND.
Peoria, March 1st, 1851.
A HARD LUMP ON A HORSE'S BREAST.
Mr. U. G. Farrell: I liave used your Arabian Liniment
with gratification in several cases, the most remarkable of
which was a large lump that appeared on my horse's breast.
It was very hard, appearing to be hard gristle. It remained
for nearly a year, when I applied your Liniment, one bottle
of which entirely cured it. I can recommend it as the best
Liniment I ever used. JOHN CRAWI.
Peoria, Feb. 2uth, 18-15.
Look oat for (AwnttrfeiU!
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Fan-ell's
Arabian Liniment, tlie moat dangerous of all the counter
feits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy
it in good faith, without the knovledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought iu evil eflects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letters H. G. before Farrell's. thus IL G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on tlie wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold by CARTWR10HT A ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
Z3f Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTEDia svery town, village and hamletin
he Uuited States, in nhichoneis not already established.
Address II. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good le
feretce as In character, responsibility, Ac
NO. 20 ir 31, SOUTH MARKET STREET, NASnvlLLK, TEXS.,
GENERAL COMMISSION, RECEIVING,
AND FORWARDING JIERCHAXTS.
And Receivers and Denier-, in Cotton,
Keepson hand a full supply of
GROCERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, Ac.;
AND will pay the highest price for Cotton, or make libe
ral cash advances on the same for shipment.
Nashville, Oct.G.lS.'S wAtw.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
WILL be sold at auction, at the Court House, on Sat
urday the 22d inst., at 2 o'clock-.
1st. 12 or IS Building Lots in Brownsville, near the
Gallatin Turnpike, 12 miles from Nashville. .
Sd. 115 acres of land, 8) miles from Nashville, be
tween the Murfreesboro Turnpike and the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad, part of the Davis tract.
Sd. Four Frame Dwellings, two rooms each, Nos. 12B,
12S, ISO and 182, Cherry Mrect, beyond Stone Bridge.
Terms: 1, 2 and " years credit.
Jth. A Brick Dwelling, six rooms. No. SI Spruce street,
ear Cedar. Also, a vacant lot on Cedar near Spruce,
fith. A 22J- acre lot, 2f miles from Nashville, oa west
side of Nolensville Pike.
6ih. Eight Building Lots in West Nashville, Nes SO, 32,
.r.2, 002, 104, 125, 171 and 176. For further particulars see
Any of the above properly will be sold privately, if de
sired," before the 22d inst. Appl r at office, up stairs. No.
OSCherrvst " R.W.BROWN,
octl Real-Estate Ag't
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
Y virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
countv. rendered at the October 1 erm. 18..3. in the
caseu .Marv l. Hendrick s, Administratot oi tm. Hen
dricks, dee'd and others ti-partt, I will offer for sale at tho
Court House in the city of Nashville, on Wednesday the
Sd of November, 183, a House and Lot, situated about one
mile from Nahrille,on the North side of the Charlotte
Pike, fronting on said pike 43 feet, and extending back 244
Said House and Ixt belongs to the estate of William Hen
dricks dee'd, and is sold fur distribution,
T tutus Thirty dollars in Cash and the balance on a
credit of 1. 2 anil 3 vears. Notes with cood security required
and a lien retained on the property until all the I urchase
monevispaid. F. R. CHEATHAM,
octU dAtw td Clerk.
SIGHT and time drafts bought and sold on all accessible
Ioints iu the United States.
All kinds of uncurrent Bank Notes purchased and sold
or received on deposit upon favorable terms.
The sailing rate of gold is a half per cent premium.
Interest on Deposits.
This Bank pays interest on deposits ot" money subject to
be checked out at the pleasure of the owner.
In order to meet the requirements of trade and the con
venience of tte public, this Bank will open at 8 o'clock, a.
m., and close at 5, r. u. The advantage of this arrangement
must be clearly manifest to every business man in the com
munity. N. H0BS0N, President.
Weslet Wuklvss, Cashier.
RICH FALL AND WINTER
VT7- A. A J. O. McCLELLAND have just received the
V largest and best selected stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market, which they offer to the
trade at lower prices than they can be found in any other
house in the city. At No. 20 Public square.
Rich Drcs Goods.
Brocade Silks, Rich Printed de Laincs
Check do Rich Plaid "
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super bl'k do ' Glasgow Plaids;
Plajd Poplins; Plain Mous. tie Laines;
Plain " Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; English and German Merinos;
Neat de I.ainesp
With a great variety of low price de Laines, Ac.
White Good, Laces, etc.
Cambrics, Jackonets, Swisses, Tarltons;
Vat. Lace, Edging and Insertings;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncings;
Lace and Muslin Collars and Chimizettcs;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and Iiawn Hdkfs in great variety;
Kid Gloves, Silk nnd Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotton do;
Black Lace Veils, Ribbons, Ac.
In 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 for making them.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Votings, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick
ings. Shirtings, Bleached and Brown Dometics, Bed
Blankets, Sucr Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linsays, Print,
Alpaccas. We feel confident that buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in so doing save themselves some monev.
octll McCLELIAND'5. No. 20 Public square
0a hand and for sale bv
I HEW 02LEAKS AND MEMPHIS V. S. MAIL PACKET
I ' 'lit spienam new passenger steamer
! X II. It. W. HIlATuos-Niwei, Mas
ter, nm run in uie noore irane mis sea
son, leaving Memphis on her first trio on
Satnrday, the 22d or October. The HILL connects at
Memphis with the Nashriltoand Memphis U. 3 Mail Pack
els and will give through tickets fro,a New Orleans to
Tho splendid passenger steamer JOHN SIMPSON, will
of J I2tS!l!rf, nm CidV' " 6 PM-wi,h K1'
A. HAMILTON, ) , 4
A. L. DAVIS, j .-Agent.
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MATT
-70r. MEMPHIS, NEW 0 RLEANS. ST.
1' J.UUI3 AM) LOUISVILLE TRY.
u 1-r.ivij i . 4 ne apienuid .ew l asscneerjcCiSTisietr
Steamers Citt or Uustsviu.e, Jonx Smrsov, and Eubvs
srwill leave Nashville every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day, at C o'clock P. M., connecting at Faducah with the dai
ly liouisville and St, Louis U.S. Mail Doats, and at Mem
phis with the splendid New Orleans steamers Bulletin, H.
11. W.Hill, Geo. Collier, and Mary Agnes, giving through
tickets from Nashville to either of the points above named.
Tlie accommodations of ih s line cannot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far the speediest means of 4rarel
either North orSoutlu
For freight or passage apply to
A. L. DAVIS,
"el. Agents at Nashville.
NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS
BKLE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY,
Commander. This large and lnagnifi-
"T1T Nraamur rnwr .....1 -T t
repair at Louisville, and will take her place'ldTaKegSutTt
1 ackct m the above trade as soon as theieis sufficient water.
nn.l trill vintinii. J-.r . .-
H.uuivi j uun uuuennii it n iiim-itiicvn f i -
,..,.vUUouuimuie enure season.
In point of speed, comfort and safety, the BELLE-KEY is
unsurpassed on the Western waters; which, with the Ion
experience of her gentlemanly Commander and the ac
knowledged busines cajiacit v of her Clerk (Mr. Lewis North
era.) enables us confidently recommend her to the busi
ness and travelling oimnmnitv. Mr. Northern will give
prompt personal attention to filtingorders for Groceries, Ac.
t33 A share ot patronage is respectfully solicited.
. JOHNSON, HORNE 4 CO,
m.g.'. im Aeut.
Nashville, Louisville and Cincinnati Kegtilar
Hh Splendid new Passenger Steamers, ffXt!2i
jl oi AiiViMAiN, ll. U.McCoiiis, Master,
JOHN P. TWEED. David Miixa
ivill make regular trips in the above trade, leavuuTKaii
vv. v , uciocs,!-. 31. iteiurntne, will
rnt cicij cuuesuay, ai4 ocloctf, J'. At.
The above boats are A No. 1, and are officered bv ene
nencea Dusmeis men, who will be thankful for orders for
mercliandise. and promise to give satisfaction to all who
V vMfc uuoiiivoo iu iiicii tan;.
septlT tf JOHNSON. HORNE A CO
Nnshville and Louisville AVeeklv Packet
Y3. CAKVLV, C. T. REEDElt. Mastert
f lHIj snlendid Steamer is npqrlir
JL pleted.and will beet Nashville the first
rise of the river. She will carrv -ion tnna
and her accommodations for passengers are uneqiuledbv
any boat of hor dimensions. She will be comman.ln.lhr
Capt.C. T. REEDER, long and farorablv known to our
Tnii4A-?Jfe rtK,',ar"'!,ctIy trips, leaving Louisville on
TUESDAY S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock
T, ., j . e ronner P'e pa'-'engcrs will find various
Itaitroad and Steamboat lines to mnrnr hm
of destination they mav desire, vie The old established line
. "a; union line io wtieeling; 1'ittsburg and Lou-
isiue line: jenerson icai m.nl. i? . ,t Unu:.,..
auipicM HLvommouanons, comnmea with expedition.
. . ... . . . ' - " "1 iutr
iza mum ue uiieu as low as at uincinnali.
t3T For Freight or Passage, apply to
sejUO-lf HENJt T. YEATMAN, Agent.
If sail and Wiiater
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT NICHOL'S CORNER,
Xo. 13, Coriur$iuareaiulMtrid Street. AwAciZk.
TTAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND
u,tuA.M i- Al.lj AM) WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends aud
inepuoiic, leeung assured that he can offer as great bar-
gaia i" .,.111 uv- iimuu IU me Cllv,
IN RICH FALL AND WINTER Sri.TfS.
Of the latest Pariian stvles. which
eluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
PlnM l!-r-i.l lll.lr ...-.! O.-I-.l X" IT .
- ....oa, w..Aucic. o.uj.cu, .lanunai, ivepp,
.. uiiu, us utw ueeu in una cny.
New and. lieautitul Parisian Flaids,
Of entire new designs, with tlie handsomest and
RICHEST C'OJJ IIINATION OF COLORS,
Including the gay, giavc, rich and elegant.
New aud Choice French .Ifnrinrw.
The most desirable colors in market, embracing the most
u j".uw ...ii.i me iau.es in uuu ueauiiiuu
ELLGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH
Of the choicest patfernsand most beautiful colors, and in
mci every oiner Kina oi ury uoous . suitable tor
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDROBES.
Canton Crape and bmhroulered Shawls, of all kinds,
eluding the Rich Broche, or Ca.-Iimere Shawls.
JIOURNING GOODS OF ALL IUNDS.
Of Bombazines, Alpacca, Cloths, Canton, Black de'Laines,
Bareges, Grenadins,MourningSleeves, Collars, Chemix.tts,
uaaanerciiieis, anu evervnung else suitaDle lor a
LADY'S MOURNING WARDROBE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton, alencienne, and Needle-work Collars; Rich
iainoricnemizcits ana fcleeves; I in setts ; Jaconet ana
cj... : i.-.j: i r . - i i . i -
i.uj;iij;3, u3ciuug, vuuiunc M1U OWlS XlOUBClug,
applique worK. Also a tine assortment ot
LADIES' AND GENLEJHEN'S GLOVES.
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and Merino Under
sums anu urawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND FA3IILY GOODS.
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Da-
uii.-..-, iiuiiKiun, xunuuugs, urasuesaua uiupers.
Uuilts. l-lannels. Canton ilannels. Welsh Flannels and
Cambric, Ac, Ac.
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SKIN AND
Tweed Cassimeres; Over Coatings, of all kinds. And will
open in afewdavs a beautiful as-ortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Made of tbe vcrv best material. Ac Ac
Call and examine this large and fine assortment of good,
sunuuie iu iiieanproactitng season, ana you wiu noi ue
disappointed eitlier iu styles or prices.
Sept 27. 1SJC; JAMES NICHOL.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF THELATEST STYLE
READY-MADE CLOTHING I
H. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store,
Ao. 29 UfarL-et street, opposite the Union HaJl.
riMIANKFULfor the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
1 upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrounding country, that he has just received one
of the largestand most complete assortments of Gentlemeti't
Fall ami Winter Clotting and 1'urnitliimj GvoJt ever
brought to the city, which will be found unsurpassed in
quality and workmanship, and at such low prices as "-amiot
fail to please. The stock has been selected and made up
under my own inspection, ejpretfli suited to ths wants of
Also a large assortment of
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit
As my stick is very large, I can offer great inducements
to country Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at very
little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, as I shall take great pleasure in showing
the Goods. H. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store, 29 Market st,
octfi Sm Opposite Union Hall.
"CLEAR THE TRACK."
THE subscriber lias ju.-t opened, at his old stand, No 55
Market street, next door to T W. A W. II. Evans, the
largest and most elegant stock of READY MADE CLOTH
ING and Gentlemen s ! tirniaiung t.ooits, tie ever liad the
f Measure or exhibiting to tus trisuils anu customers, which
le is oflering at wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
he confidently "believes, give entire satisfaction.
His stock consists of Frock aud Dress Coats, of every va
riety of style and pattern; do . do. Pants and Vests, Over
coats, Box Coats, Ac, Ac; Hats and Caps, a .arge assort
ment; Carpet Bags, Trunks, Shirts, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assortment of Gloves, Hosierv and
Pocket lldkrs., Ac; all ot which are new, and purchased of
the best houses in the Eastern cities expressly for this mar
ket Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
bim, he invites an examination into his present stock and
prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please hi3
friends and customers.
M. SULZBACKER, Agent,
sept3 3m No. 53 Marketst
On CMege street, one door South of the Square.
THE undersigned would respectfully invite citizens and
strangers passing through Nashville, to call at their
store and examine the most elegant assortment of Finishing
and Fancy Goods, ever brought to Nashville. We haveat all
ti mes the latest styles and best quality of Goods, and invite
special attention to our Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, whiih
wc warrant to be ell made, and to fit better than any other
style of Shirts. Our stock consists in jart of Linen and
Jluslin Shirts, cverysize and quality. Silk, Merino, Cash
mere, Shaker, Canton Flannel, Brown Cotton Sh rts ard
Drawers, Silk Merino. Shaker, Lambs Wool,) Cashmere,
Brown Cotton and Country Knit Half Hose, Kid, Silk,
Buck, Beaver, Dog Skin, Cloth, Cashmere, Fur Lined and
Plain Gloves and Gantlets. S--carfs, Cravats, Stocks and
Ties, Suspenders, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Robe de
Chambie, Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbicllas, Canes, Razor
Strops, Soaps, Cologne, Odors, Oils, Tooth Powder., Hair
Washes, Tooth, Hat, Cloth, Nail, and Hair Brushes, Porte
Monies, Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, and
many other ai tides too numerous to mention.
N. B. Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and
Cotton. Gum Goods, Goodyear's Patent, best articles.
Remember tho number SC.
MYERS & McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
POAVDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in keg and barrels,
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to any in the market always on hand and for
sale by july 13 CH EATIIAM, WATSON A CO.-
ICED SODA WATER, This delightful drink, to
gether with a great variety of choice Syrups of the best
j niiafitv, may be found at the Drug Store of
sept'H STRETCH A ORR,
i Coner of College and Union Streets.
ENGLISH JIUSTARD SEED. One half barrel
of the best English White Mustard Seed, for Pickling.
Justreeeivedandforsaleby STRETCH A ORR.
septU Druggists, corner College'and Union Sts.
CIDER VINEGAR. Four barrels Pure Cider Vine
ear, warranted Pure. For sale bv
septU STRETCH A ORR,
HATS TO SUIT THE SUASOX,
Can always bq jroearrcd nt the
"PALACE HAT STORE," No." J2.' Public Sqaare.
JUST call at this establishment Kn& von will at once I.e
convinced that Fit AN C ISCO '& WHITMAN can satisrv
the most fastidioiLS taste and gratify the most ccononncsil
spirit. A good and. at the same time a neat, becoming and
tasty Hat, are the two esential desiderata coiflbTiifd in
the Francisco'i Whitman Hat Every description of Gen
tlemen's Dress Hats, Drab Beavers and Fell HuU can bo
procured at this splendid Hat Establishment.
FRANCISCO 4 WHITMAN.
oetl No. 33. Public Square,
l".VIlEN'rS AN'll :if AlHlIAlSAro"ii,rilHl I,,
J. pall and examine th beantiTul assortmeat Of chil- C'UUES FOItCHir.T.S WDFEVFltS WP AT.
dren's and inranfa Hata and Caps of the latc-t and m.t i f t.J tVymivt Tvv a
approved style-., which are for sale t tlie snlwidi.l kit T . - "LUIiai ,&c.
tablishment of - FRAXCTSPOJfc U'IHTUAY
Xw io wish a neat and comfortable busin tfi
do well to call and eiamme those heautiful new stvles lhat
we havejat received. FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
rpilEI.UlES-WillGad every thinir l-JiirthZ
X eoming for boys, children, infant and lillc Mises
the Hat Store of
FBANCISCO 4 WHITMAN.
which we invite t
83. Public Siuare.
F.VNCY AND STAl'LE. DRY GOODS.
Kb, 5i", Collene street
HIDING HATS. New and LeautifuT. che"J'.Tol Wood Naptbo, lipectQ.-ams, ConshDal-J.
of Pans, London and New l'oik MODES tf. """-'s p. ac.
he attecticn ol the Ladies. .1 FOUPAINS, ItHlIISES. IHIKSLWATISU. if.
FRANCISCO & WHITMAN,- . . Arabian and M.utan- nSe4. 1
JOHN K. HUME is noW daily receiving from New York j -.' I'"? wU as-'ortedTetKoap;
and Philadelnhia. hisfall and winter sunnlv-of d6.iraI'5i . SSaeiua CtimfamdSvm.
ble goods, to which he most reSDectfullr invites the alteirT- lAr TIIK TWKru
tion of all in want of, fresh and excellent goods suilable
tbe season. JOHN K. HUME.
No. 5T College street.
QTAP1.E tJOOUS WeUh.Sax,.ny and ShakerFlan-
French and English Prints; Toweling;
Fine Blanket, Ac.; Napkins; '
ratleUlotlis,Ac; JOHN K; HUME
An TILT AS AND CLOAKS.-r-Rich .Velvet
AV'hiie Emb'd Mantles;
" " Talmas
JOHN K. HUMR
Satiir and Cfotli Cloaks;
AT HUME'S EXIIIitlTION. Will he found an
aA-ortment of extra cheap Mous de Laiues; some a3
low as 12)- cents per yard. oct!J "
A LSO ItlCil SILK DIIESS GOOI)S.-MaSnih-
cent Plaid Silk:
lieautitul J'oult a .Sol;
Rich Changeable Silks;
' Black Broche;
" ltal-an Black .Silks;
" Satin National;
" Rep Silks;
Black Armure Silks;
Stuart Plaids; '
Rob Roy Plaids;
Paris de Laine?;
ALSO English and French Merinos' of all colors.
Purchasers of new. rich and feahVetemat o-oodi are alt
respectfully invited to the exhibition of '" :
oct"3 No. 57, College st.
And Rlank Rook Manufactory.
J. YORK & CO.,
BOOK SELLtRS' AND h TATIONERS.
II AVE an extensive Bindery, and are well prepared to
UL do Binding of everv descrinti in. and in anv stvle
that mav be called for on a short notice on the most reason
able terms. We have also a large b cfc of Blank Book m-
crfrum lhe best Mills, and will Rule and Bifid all orders
tor every description of Blank Books. Gneiss a call.
iiinaery opposite &tate ltant.on LTmou Street, up-slairs.
"OKOGANS ! RItOGANS! ! iAX)
Xj Brogans, consisting of Home made and Eastern Shoes, '
which we offer at verv Tow r-it.--.s K.mnprs foul nil other
in want of good and cheap Shoes, would do well to give nsJ
Also, a large assortment of Kip and Water proo and
Negro Boots, suitable for the appn-acliing seison; for sale
low by octo b iw R S. HOLLINS A CO.
TUILDING LOTS A Lot containing acres and 6
1 rtfllps !w.twpn 1 !? nnil miTf.4 fmm lh ntti- V.. in
Dr. Boyd M'Nairv'a pfan of Lots. Said Lotis at the corner
oi two avenues su teet wide, and near the uostoy Pike. A
great bargain will begiven in it for Cash. Apply to
octll 11 IS. W. UKO General Agent.
"VTEGROES FOR SALE. A very likelv negro wo
L man, an excellent field hand, IS ytirs oli, and child
8 years old. I wish to sellsaid negroes'tosome person who
will give them a good home in Middle Tennessee.
oct3 No. 63 Cherry st.
IT'OR SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the Cancy
? Fork River, 75 miies fmm Nashville, 20 hours travel
by stage well timbered, good stock farms, and the river
na-. igable for steamboats 7 or 3 months in the vear. Those
wishin? to encase in the Lumber trade, or iu raisin? stocek
would do well to give me a call.
A. 1. DAVIS.
Sept tf n At the U. S. Mail Packet Otlicc.
.O OLD ADVANCED We have advanced the sell
VJT ins rate of Gold to one rer cent nreiniuui. at which
rate the public may depend on being supplied. Bankers
and Brokers not excepted. Buying rates i per cent.
septlT tf DYER PEARL A CO.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths. Cassimers and vistinzs of the
AI.SO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishinir
Goods. A new and beautiful stylo of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Snsiienders. Gloves of evcrr dis
cretion, Under-Shirts aud Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of Oae best Clothing
T- i.i: .i ... - -- i . . i ii - m T
nings, 231, Broadway, I am prcparreil to offer to mv cus
tomers and the public. Clothing of a superior style and qual
ity. Please call and examine for voursclres.
jsuiuiisuiuL-iiis in new i urn w sunpiv lue, i ill. l. Jen
sept o T. J. HOUGH, Agent
THE undersigned liaving just arrived fiom New York and
Philadelphia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer patrons, that he has purchased as larira and fine assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has ever been brought to Nashville They are now ready for
nspecuon ai nis store, ine
iiuklii'.') I'l.uiiimu ji.ni'UiuijAi,
No. 11. Public Suuarc.
I have taken particular pains to have uiadc an assortment
of lUtra Size CUifiing tor Gentlemen, weighing from 300
to 300 lbs., and who have always been paying high prices to
the Merchant Tailors.
ALSO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
from tbe age of 6 years and upwards.
Vj .J A .11 .11 i jA. VAA. v.. I.?
will take pai ticular not ice that I can supply them with Cloth
ing and I urnisliin Goods cither wiiollsalk or bctail, as
low as any one in the city.
ALSO, just received a large lot ef fine Plush and Cloth
Caps, of various sizes, which I can sell ticfntiffict per cent.
lower than any other house in tlie city.
vome one, come au, to ji. i-tm fclCj
World's Clothing Emporium,
No. 11, Public Square, Nashvi
Come one Come aU ! This Rock ahaU fly
From its firm base as soon as I ! ! ! .
FALL AND WINTER STOCK TOR 1853--I.
THE subscriber rcspectfidly announces to the denizens of
Nashville and surrounding conntrv that he has nowon
hand, nnd receiving additions Sail v. a )are slock of Gents
FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING, for Fail
and Winter wear.
Amone which Mav be foundr tine Black and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, t-panish do, Opera and Congress Coats, Double do,
istack. lilne, iirown anu unve uver uoais, ruicc, i-aieioto.
Box, Frock and Dress Coats, Business da, and other styles
and colors too numerous to mention.
Pants and Vests of ever style and color, to suit the most
Likewise, a general assortment or CHILDREN'S'
CLOTHING. Fine Shirt, Under-Sliirtf, Draw ers Suspcn.
tiers, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac , Ac.
Country Merchants, in (articular, are requested to call
and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere
septlS L. POWERS,
No "A, Market St., opposite Union Street.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com
bciation of men. I. P.
" WALL PACER. "
TUST received a snlendid assortment of Gold Paier.
fj Gold and Velvet Borders, and Plain Satiu Pupcrs for.
Parlors, Halls, Ac., together with a large lot ot unlow
Curtain Paper, new patterns, wide Green Teistcrs. Ac
SJfOn hand, a large assortment of unglazed pajiers,
from 10 to 25c per bolt.
KLAGGS A GORBEY.
No. 20, College street; next door to the Sewance Houje
N. B. Paper-hanging done in the best manner. octl!
1)ERICINS & CLA
X ceive, store and ship
CLACK Are now prepired to re-
cotton. .Liberal uUVances made
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment el
Clothing for Boys from i to ltj ever offered fur sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing tilled at the short
Persons purcliasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit
F. A. HOYT A BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and lost, Philadelphia.
April 6, 1S."i3 ly
SPLENDID COTTON FARM FOR SALE
VERY rich Cotton Farm of 518 acres, in Rutherford
county, '20 miles from Nashville, on the A. & C, Rail
road, adioininc Snivrna Depot, about 275 acres cleared-
balancc tincly timbered comfortable dwelliog good ont
buildings,new Gin, Ac. Will also, if desired by lhe purclias
er, sell about SO likely Negroes an excellent taw and
Grist Mill, with said Firm. A rare opportunity is now of
fered to buy one of the most sujierior Cotton Farms, Ac., in
Middle Tennessee. TIioms wishing to purchase will please
make early application to R. w. BROWN,
Gen'l Agent, up stairs,
oct No. G3 Cherry street.
TVTOTICE. The insolvemv of the estate ofMonran
iJ W. Brown, dee'd., having been this day suggested, j
all persons having claims against said estate are hereby
not ilied to Die tnem properly authenticated by me am aay
of January next, or they will be forever bared.
. T. B. CHILDRESS,
oct6 lw Administrator.
IGARS. WO.OOO Regalia. Cigars;
25,000 Principec' do.
Direct importations For saieaow, ,:". "
- .... -JOHNSON, 1I0RNE.4 CO.,
' s0ODs oooucogce. .W.iW
d- i Tonu-i, Uicllnlson'sSlierrv Wloe.
J.oa.itts.fcpeiieeV.lIooaand'sand Lronigoola Brrrtis
SalHogton A William's Acre and Fetus Puis.
KEJIEUIES TOR COLl)S,COrciI.sf IIKON
CIIETIS, Ac. !
HVr-y.r.. w.if ... rr.s a t .... -n.i.. r tii r
1 1 uTu i".. v. "
J?W SlprHIUrrmt,. xr T. WKELS.
. -ls Marit ntmMitA TkUn v. ,1 n
"1 J liliVT3i iJirTStt,t"vIrStr, Smt cjijututlv
JL haoaaninr sale altha lowest nrioes "
. i t - "onni .a(l(UIC
Fine Toilet anil Slmvins Soniv
for' 1 ' . OImUIb a,..l Ohnr, n m. i a .
t S ; ,!'
Totith-ache Drops asserted.
Rert-ived an t (or sIe by
i-hfmnuv. .WitfirppU-, ltoy.rry, GiUtn T,tr.
Received bv . T. WRI.LS,
oets Market Suvet.
WALL l'AFKR. r r
?,i V JUkSH Oiad lttiera4 P-Qrr,
Cieim tfhfLivd hri, mti em, ltd,
' Jr.teryH ,k4 Cur Urn uh.1 ttUr J'uptrs.aiucrttd.
"-. Fw sale iiHiiowlly (jby T. WEL!?.
r Chamjaigne, OiaM Ohjww. Dupev Signet), FrefR-6, PsJi
anuADieticim iinuwies; jiMteni, iw, -j L.trel.
anil irrfcilel: Wmes, lsili ww. iK , Receneil bv
" "ts " ' T.WW.l.S,-Maiket,mrW.
AllTIsT'S COLOICS, Ac.
Oil CoJws in tlexible tubtw,
Sable. (laHid's hsiir and Bristle BraalW.
I'alt-tle KlHreJ, arni.4ies, iJryiut;uH,.lc.,
Waerco!t-r paint bwion, 5loJ.
" ' Dugui-n eot pe Pin boxtw.
Jo. iiMtenaM, a.sotia..
Received and At sale io br
nets" ; - '
- " 31 Allot. SJv
Fine crofcli and shade VeCeeri, ' '
i' , - .
., Market Streut.
Jlaraau Amies, Nvnu Paper.
A aniishes, assorted.
OQered low bv
COACH VARNISHES, ASSORTS'iV, "
PALNTS. ANDOILS.tfi.W ..
GLASS AND GLASS WAltrt - .
liKloUH Of ALL Sustrs,
Dvk Sibf" or Kvutr VAtir.
MEDICINE CHESTS, Ac. ,' 1 I
AsorteiI llf-dlcine Cht, Media SadtiUvfn, Ssieo(vi'
pocket instnmicnts, Vl.tiriMU iV 6iMk yr l'wV,
Otmchin-g, Capping, Atutrntntin", llaramlHve IsMrunieiits,
JltduMl .Npuo, Hwe awl Spring lancets. tritcitorr.
Micrb.scsipes, Ttlleseopes, HplrotiHkr a4 Ttfmumtkt
receiveu nun lor sate by T. WKl.Ii?.
Sign of the ilau ami Mortar, on Market, oppaeitf
octS triwtiiv Union stn et, Nashville.
TO EARLY AND CLOSE EUYEESOx 2EADY iTADE
LANOE, ELSBACH & 00.,
IIanuiactiirer3 and Dealers in
READY-MADE CI OTIC I NO.
OWING to tlie increasing demand of RcadvMadc Cloth
ing in this market, we'have this season 'IaiJ in an un
usual heavy Moek, a great part of which wo have new in
store, and which we are enab.'ed to dispose of on the very
lowest eastern market price and very saii?factiirv terms.
Wewould therefore respectfully iiivite" country Merchants,
visiting this city, and others iu tlie Trade, to make an evam
ination cf our stock before purchasing,
sept 2 tf LAXDL, EI-SRACH A CO.
L.VNDE,EIRACH A: CO.,
HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURERS,
ilT. M, Xortk JlarC'l Stnet, XtiiU, i"M-f.
WE liave introduced His week the FALL STYLE
OF SILK. HATS, w hich in be-uity of finMi, lentuie
and quality, are nnsurpusseil in tbe citv."
ALSO. A complete assortmeut of C-VPS, raantifaehireti
of the best material, the atter.tiui cf one of tlie tirui U-mg
chiefly devoted tothis branch.
We' flatter ourselvs iu be.iigab-e to give satisfaction U
those who may favor us with lbe.r patiiniage.
Country Merchants are lenieetfnllT soticalcU ts examine
our stock betore purchasius.
sept2-tf LANDE, ELSBACU A CO.
TUST RECEIVER A large Mtpplr of KoMat;
f J Magyar and MetroMilitan Hats, whidk are for sale !nw
at sepa-tf LA XI IE, ELSHKCK & CO.
MARINE & IIYLAA'D'
za- ine-unuerMcne.!. dzenis tr llns okl aud rumonsl.
ble office, is always prepared to issue ,lieiesuwnmreva r
1 . r t J - aV
L1N1)SLEY & CROCKOTT, Agents
oct 7 lm
Nashville and Davidson Countv.
It isnomoie the moral duly of man ts provide the daily
bread fer his family while 1 lives, than it is to pro, ide
against their being left penniless m the event of his death.
Jul i ft. .fottrnal w Lift Ini.
Tim AiTAXiJufy r ut: nsmtAXcK,
as Exurumn r.v tpi:
O O BS ? L 2M "ST
NET ACCWrULATED CASH l-'UND, f
. rK -w r h Jv f V . T
j Havo you Insuranco on vour !Cifc. fori JiO I3-jc-
cfit of a Sarviviag I'ainily, Uclirfos,
' or rriondi I
ARE THEY FULLY PROTECTED BY INSURANCE
ON YOUR LIFE,
Krom lie nuiHtf eriU thitt wry nrie afrm ijy.-A
)e4ilh,tit a ihirnttf .in1 n rntimf,prApe
A itttr '-- finey f
H-t-tOABBorr, so'r. rKbi.siuvKs. wnsiw, ters't
P. P.PEGIv, Agent.
Dr. B. W. Hall. 1 ,jiipi.
Dil P., M. Poai, Meal - t
I'll O TECT 1.0 N
Annual Premiums anil Western Fund
Policies of Insurance wsited at all tim. on the most favoi
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
RY IlftU, OR THE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by LLVDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl ly.
s. JL s-iwrcu, p. l. xTAiXset, iliiowabp.
SAWYER, XLIME & CO.
COMMISSION MERCJIA NTS,
NO. 129, FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
sepllC, Aw Orhaht.
IQUOltSTlOu bbls Star WliSyJ" "
1W bbls Old UoiirUin. M)iMgabetj, and obi Rye do;
10U eighth pijies (Itainiiaieiie llramly, up. arlHli-;
50 casts -Malawi i .no. m sale iff
H. GORDON A CO.
- 7ALUAII1I 1H I-llIi"iti HOUSE I'OIt
V SALE. Tbe undersigned ofiem for sale his residt-nce
n Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
B. C. FOSTER, td.
Or in my absence to G. M. FOGG,
une 17 tf.
TO COUNTRY JIERCIIAWIS 1 would eat
the attention of dealers, to lhe hfttvy Stoek of Wall
Papers. I am now leceivin? nad i.iersired to after on 11
. i r 1. 1 . .i- uivv
unu. ia.,iaiMc 4..-1 m. bcftlia V. ... c ......
lEJIhNI.. Swo barrels Jjiuwvine llydraulw f-
Vy just received rod for sale by
THE . NASHVILLE KANUFACTTJRING CODIPAa'.''
I m . imen ,s no,r P"vided with Machinery an
I -T. Too!f. complete, of the most modern construction; ain,
with the best Mechanical still that the cotmsrr affords, ud
Wlovvs- Mjr SOl'Ci'0nleR'" ThfJ"rePrePareIoeeutea
! w r RAILROAD MACHINERY.
Y ' F"'ffh.nd J1 Carscompteted.Wiljna
every description of work aimertamincto ftaii Roads,
, STEAM ENGINES. . Y
lJ stahonary from 3 to 5X) horse-power-ml'
boilers or the beHjtnuem Tron. -
i v ' - SAW MILLS. T
CMMepWTo,mrg -PSashorCireuIar &rv
, cmplcie, witl ud Mjt approved modes.
&bte" !-,un'c. -bracing Outlrov ,
: ROLLING MILLS.
I rn TSJT' CL,t,IronUoI,,-rsam,!,Il machinery for Ro
i ,r t B!USS -OIRONCiSTINO.
Oranvilecription w,th shaftin?. milt gearing, wa e.
wWeKcast .wn Ifauliraalls.Ac,Ai, made ,to eer.
Address Jon. Tu.ii,-soy. Agent. , who is aVaetfca! m
? N Stare and fnr ale Cheap for Cash ;
X 1?) bbls Cin. Whi-kt: loo kegs N'aiU, assorted;
StW bVUnour,Triouunds; bags Coffee;
Uagft&K. Srft; 2j bbU Loaf. Crashed an I
i fbls Mohss4s; Powdered Sugar;
- hts jiubaeao: various lo.noo TtiM rin.
?2-liJ v.? . :; oases Jenkin's Teas;
.0 dtfe-SJeflln-An.; 9 bblsMason'a BUckin-
' .ri.'? r.'.'PS'OK l'ain -3 reel Packine Varo.
?? PP." "read; - 1 W.bltoston Crackers.
4 bblsSuar A-Piena d
pice. Ginger, Indigo, Ma
r CoUtm. LU-inpj. lk-d Cerds and Plough lanes. ort4 tf.
A DMINLSTR.VTOIl'S NOTICE. Noticeiibet
' bv givvo.tii ttil prnaiudtbled to the estate of Hun ,
: w ,. l- .1 . I ... e j Fs
Btent. ami thoe harmir claims aga.ost the estate are so
Jj'eiLlo pmst tlem ivithin rtm tune prescnbed by law--thev
will be Hirer er barred.
fctt Im Admr
. . '. t'oi iRiVj4iLsmiI '
IlIAVKlhis day assotiatod with me in the Wholesa e
Gnyctfr). C-tHiiinisxoa. Raceivmg and Forwarding B
swess. J6r.i: X. HJKi.htr.'ttk. latent CIrksrilItf. Tern:
.imdwitlid name and stvleftt IUktA HollixiSwosto.
HENRY HART, Jr
t)S32rs llio Coffee.
JX STORE AXD FOR SALE BY
. t, 12. JLoomis,
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
j kh-1-!! .A.snviixi. vox.
L THEBZiT.OF E00IS AND SHOES ARE ALWAYS THl.
"lHAKLES S.U ERS. c nur of Mirltst and ,
; Lnioii streets, w.mkl sat- ton-scB.toniersoad .
1h.lMlllietiut hf stiil contimuw to m..nnfW-fnr nit 1
X fcinAs if Jtrwrfsao,! Sbw at th pfcoriest notice anil of got-
iaaMnait. jte nt uvw & nanu a large sioeic ot ine atx -named
article. b..lh btrtvy and light, U" the latest fas.hiji
vf.his wvBmaJW. wbxh Be offei-s 6r sale at as low pner-a-i
the same qnahty can be ptwebafed in tlie ritr. All '
asks is to give him' a call aod be convinced that ft U to H:
ituerett rf lie hover to eneoureg home industry. He aLs..
MftkiM to orxler arui keeps wt hand a superior article of 1
dies ?Iihm, svitabW ftr iH and winter wear.
f.'-Sr itainng aooc ai jiw txnoriesi notice anil on-rra
--t -unmiiMifTmss, w
the, EirroEnrai of fashion.
m m m x
Partss ImportcJ Honnets. Milliner)-, A-c.
1'ALL ASIII()NS I'OIt 1833.
500 FANCY BONNETS.
WK mmltl mpectluHr iiifjnu tta Ladies of town
and emuih-v is: w,e will, on Tuesday niornmg, t
ira, einoror iwirirrui ueneni. tiw UrgeotoRd mc:"
lssatifiil stoek of Psacv Boooels, and new styles, cf Emb I
Itetgia.le and other styles ot" Straw Uoouets ever openeu tv
Nastivtlie or in the W'etL likewise, rich Plumes, Uea 5
I i.es Flowers. Ribboos, Dress Goods. Perfumeries, Ei
lrilerie l Fiuwr (ioo4Ac cnprtsirg320,60o wcr
llsrinjr iniparteii a great part dinfet troot Paris, our pric.
faall be lower than anv of the bi.ied up milleoery adrer
vertbeil as fiu&tmable and professing to tie the latest sty le-'.
Oar hmg engagement m the Im'iues, now cine vein -Na4iriie,
im doin a very citsasive business, must g
usadraBtajjn ekw av oilier h.me in the city, anil we Ci
ierorstv3 UuAour fneudx are well satisfied. So, no..
1-Jies.u e wU y!- rati' t make your selections. W.
on make ja Unit mar enebanimg than ever this fall, it
lhe street, bIW and waddings, u-'ring Ladies cf super.
Stood taste rnwi EngtanJ. lratre and v."e- York, to asm.
s in our estaUislimeat We hare a (Medio esir .Wei t.
fiiU, rich Dnsas (iuods at less ltun auctinu prices, a Ibv
a.toek of ManfitU.s, Woolen Coats, Cnpt Ac rich Muslin cV
Jj and Caslunitfres si z, anl '-5 crnts per yard, :
vwisr Mjitiwi-i at sOc. worth l.Ba; rich Needlework goods
vbemiietts. Ib&ms Rgbet. Pointed Colhtrs. Undersfeerc
liattdkV), teiilAktly etobrmdered, at l.iH to 1,75, cheap a.
3 50 in S.00. likcwiw, a targe stock of Fancy Goods ar. J
TrinmH'fljr. 1 rriii(t a Jsrye stock this ftll, otrr object is '
aake sbuU wntits ami lai-g- sale, giving the purchaser
awironlayor rood bantaie-.
At 1W iVi-ian WorW ot FssliiM, jfo. is, Union Strec.
xteot to t-be State Bank.
. efit-Cni Agent
TO BUSINESS 31 EN.
'' EODE'S UNETED STATES ADVERTISER.
A Mmtkiy J'u.-.J', ice. Ff'y Cenli a l'ea-r
rjlllKubove 1'afier furnishes a reliable and valuable ttc
X ciKint nt the Stte ot Trade, Prices Curreat, Review c.
titeTJarkels, ltok NoU List At. Ac prepareil by the Dr.!
taljut BesinsM which, jt trill contain a great deal of inter
anr, reading ntattsr, conneete.1 with u.-s.fa! subjetts. Aic
Xabbyaf Po-tagei, InteMMt TaUps, Ar.
The HKMnd No- wiU be pbtiKhxi Oct if. and w!H con
-taiiuall tlx; hnoioes-s inti.nuulimi above itoed, besides! ar
tiekHon tlio "Prmtuc Type,"the "lWr Iiil, "Exteu-
i . - Avt. " "3Sa. .
Hn, ot i wnw, -.-nswsoi uw .Mucin." ,e , id
-i w . 'ITeV WZT " rT"t"
ui sw utHHn L,is4rn.
oStanl -a - . w nt- i
uT ' "c -
.lureta uuaR142i K. Klillr, Trtl, llroaawsr,
York. (S t aw fbr we.-ks' octt
UttXUU T. LUS8,. JAJ-p, DAVltt-O
ROSS Ax DAVIDSON," m-
' AYTO5l&iV3 AT LiW-
i Y UTTEVIf ,LK, TKKi.,
WMmctiee Iw hi Liecoln and tse adjoining countlr?
..GEOItGE Vt. i-UUli,
OEJfCY AT LA WAND LAND AGENT
pvasBsa - -
. f-JJzr- 1!r,"ViFi!-'-
-Join L. Itaiior, -aHgaWtwVy
" ' -S.R. M'CAMY, a. .
C'oimiiissioii and l'orv:nlins'Mefchnjit,
- 'Rum to
" '' rtHVAIfW.t II.tRttH,
.MKK A WtiirTHtW,
VT. S. Wnmtix,
amU J5U' w
N.I'.W GROCERY STORE!
i-wtsi. w. wrmmL, d. .v. bosd.
l'""- - Bethesda,Tenn
RUSSELL & BOND, -Grocers
and Commission Merchants,
, . . ryt' iSr"uti"y. XatAiiBe, Ttri.
MT Tlie btxiiest market price paid fer- Feathers, Bees
wax latd.Waeim, TalW, Flnxsee.1, Ac., Ac.
TtvS 1RAR LE RIJILDING LOTEORTsaLK
XJ Oh fte Fnakhn Pikr, between the residences of Jc
sepli huIx and Jautes A. Woods, K(, oontalhrng2." acre
lie on it an excellent spring. Make early applications
It W. BROWN, (Jen! Ag't,
oei8 No. 08 Cherry t
IyiUHUNl: ANWTiO IE. 2W pSfces heavy i"inca
inn jSece heavy M inch Bseging;
MOevtls Hove m sore and Sir sole by
J1 - J-"xaOy. HORNEA CO
CA2PETIN0S, HATTTN03, RTJ03. &a,
DUNCAN, JIORGAN Ai CO.
HAVE now Htore, a large sl.k of Three-ply sup. In
grain awl WW ngnred t'arpetings, Cotuvi Druggette
Adsdade MaK TnMe Ries. fener and white- cheekr.1 if i
ting of all kttKls. ami will be receiving regularly from the
rnsmifteteres aU new styles, which they will sell by tbe
pieea' Btdy St very IW prieee.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
anfrSO to Nes. 7 and TI. Public Sqaare
" ', i t7i nT'RTvsEK,
jfd. ? cARosDKtrr stbxit,
Oor. A. A'. Brown, NahviHe Tenn.; Col. T. II. McNeil!.
Cnrnn cimnty. Mis.; Myrtle, Moore A Cix, Helena. Ark ,
Tenn.; Jas. U. aMtonr, hiwj., Ataens, Aia.
COOKING STOVES ! PARLOR ST0VE3 J AND OFFICE
7 pOU Owl or Wood. A great variety of thg best and
Drawing-lUwoi Otstos, Parlor Grates;' and Office Grates. I
Casting every variety r mie otmp nr.
SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.,
KHtegc street, opposite aewaa
rRAPPINtTI'APER. lea bundles East Ten
VV nee ttwKom WrapftBg Paper. ' Received fer j
Railroad this day, and far sale by
W. Hi GORDON A CO.
. ' J- i . ..'Ail f - i.c 7,
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tmt 1 irutt i m viiSmam&miamm