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. N AS II Y I L LE:
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT.2T, 1?53.
If vrc had a few more as substantial friends as
.' die -vrilerof the following letter, wc would soon
place our paper in the hand? of every family in the
State. Can't our patrons imitate his example?
Makltttixf, Tenn, OcL 17, .1853..
JUilnrs Union an d American: , .
Dkai: Sirs: I send you a list, of five names,
who wish to lake your paper. And as soon as
you send the first copy, T will send you the money.
I think I can send you a list of five 'more in a-few
days. Send the papers to Maiileyvllle, Tenn,
II. G. Hays.
OUR MEDICAL SCHOOL
"We take the following complimentary nolico of
tlie Medioal Department, of the Nashville 1iiiver
sily from Uic Ket,lnchj Standard, of the 22 J:
JlrWCU. DlTAKTMEXT OF THE NaSIIVIU.K T&IVF.!.
Fiw. From a private source, we leani the fall and
winter wsion of this Institution is opening under
hngliter auspices than ever before. I lie pivlumna
rv conise of instruction conimeneed on tho first
Monday of the present month, nnd the number of
students who have entered is double what it was at
the same peiiod of la't year and the number dai
ly increasing. The regular session will commence
.!. -t r l -XT . t '. .
on uie iirsi jionuay in ixovemoer.
So far as cur limited knowledffj extends, there
is no institution in the West or South more deservA
ing of patronage, or which affords more facilities
for acqnirin? a thorough medical knowledge than1
- tliis. The Professors and officers are gentlemen of
the highest oru?r ol intellect of unusual scientific
attainment and thoroughly conversint.with tho du-i
lias ot tlieir respective departments.
THINGS IN CINCINNATI.
During last week twenty-six boats arrived at the
landing, and ihe wharfage amounted to $28G 80.
Here i3 a specimen of Queen City romance:
About five weeks ago u Frenchman, named Bit
ter, was married, and removed to a house on Home
street. Shortly after, a man, to him a stranger, but
who, it seemed, had a previous acquaintance with
his wife, entered his housp, knocked down Mrs.
Bitter, and beat her violently. The Frenchman, in
great fright, ran out of his house, followed by the
stranger, aud since then nothing lias been heard, by
"the wife, of either of the absconded parties.
The semi-annual report of the Chief Fire Engi
neer, recommends the building of four steam firo
engines, of four tons capacity each, thus reducing
the present expenses to an amount not exceeding
$30,000 also the creation of a fund for disabled
firemen and the creetion of a tower forty feet
high on the Mechanic's Institute. The number of
fires during the past six months has been So; false
alarms 9 ; lo3 by fires 131,700. The total expen
ses for same period amounts to 28,930 2G.
The Ravels arc playing at the National Theatre.
MiS3 Julia Bkseett. This evening Mifs Bex
nctt performs one of her most celebrated parts
. Lady Gay Spanker in London Assurance.. This is
a rolo peculiarly suited to her dashing-comedy act
ing, and makes a great sensation wherever she plays
'it. Miss Bennett's social position in hcrown conn-"
try ha3 given her peculiar opportunities of study--ing
character amongst those moving in the best
circles; and she has profited largely by her experi
ence. There is more grace and refinement in her
acting than we are accustomed to see upon the
' stage; and, as the Washington Intelligencer justly
observes, a young Mis3 may learn more from study
ing Miss Bexnett's walk and general deportment
upon the stage, than from twenty dancing lesious.
"Twelfth Night," perhap3 Shakspcare's most poet
icaj plaj-, is iu active preparation, and will shortly
be produced, with great attention to costume, &c
Desthuctive Fihe ix Cincinnati. On Saturday
night, the extensive steam Bakery of Capt. It. Ga
tey, in Cincinnati, situated on Sycamore street,
south side, between Front and Columbia streets,
caught fire and was consumed, together with the
greater portion of its contents. This was one of
the largest establishments iu the city, and the loss
must be heavy. The fire communicated to the ad
joining house, occupied by S. AViUhire fc to., deal
ers in liquors anl rectifiers of whisky.
Madame Sontacj had a very narrow escape on
Tuesday. Coming down from Snten Island, she
slipped down between the ferry-boat and the wharf,
beforo tlic vessel was made fast, and would have
doubtless been crushed to death but for the prompt
assistance of the bystanders. As it was, she was
considerably scratched, and had to be carried to a
neighboring apothecary shop. However, slip sang
at a concert in Brooklyn the same night, but in
g3T The Railroad Circus opens on next Mon
day. The performances of this company are very
highly spoken of by the Louisville press, and we
doubt not their exhibitions will l well patronized
during their stay here.
3P" We call the attention of gentlemen to the
advertisement of the "Alliambra Shooting Gallery."
This is becoming a favorite place of resort by those
who indulge in the port of pistol shooting.
Mr. Dion Bouhcicault, the distinguished dra
matist, whose reputation a the author of ':London
Assurance," "Old Heads and Young Hearts.' "Used
Up," "Love in a Maze," and many minor but not
h-as brilliant pieces, is woi ld-wide, is now in New
- Knot Tiro. We understand that Col. John T.
Ticket!, of Mason county, late of the Louisville
Time, and at present Consul to Yera Cruz and Al
varado, was married in Washington city on the
ISth inst to M'ws Kate, the youngest daughter of
The county court of 1'iila'ki ha ordered a
vote in that county on Saturday, the 2(ith of Nov
endter, on the proposition lo subscribe $1100,000 in
Unity year bonds to the I. misvillo and Frankfoit
JL-dlroad Company, for the extension of a branch of
that road to the Hast Tennessee, line, in a direction
jgf- On Tuesday last, the sales of breadstuffs in
the Now York market, summed up as follows:
Wlieat 1 S1S7.240
Flour .'..-1 20,250
Vr. ILnmsox Aisswoirru is io the author of that
"new and brilliant" twenty-five cents romance,
A Woman at the 5.n. The Cleveland J-JjiV
druler says that Mrs. Emma 1L Coo has been pur
suing a course of lejal studies, for the puqiose of
qualifying herself for the practice of that profes
sion. "What jury could withstand the eloquence or
such a special pleader?
Some of the papers state that Moses Whcelock,
vice president of the New York board of brokers,
lias failed. Tho Xew York papers say nothing on
The 7iJfs,of the 20lh, in itsmoney article, con
tradicts the reports of tho failures of George Law
and Jacob Little & Co. . . .
5j? Jopok Eomosks, of New York, 'in a frank
and manly lotter, withdraws his name as candidate
for re-election, on the --round that his opinions con
cerning Spiritualism, which he cannot change and
will not conceal, are obnoxious to a large poition of
I)r. Morse's Invigorating Cordinl.
Tho only iureandsa'ei neuiedy,yetdicoered, for (Jen.
! ralBibltltr, Payilcal Prostration, Irrltabllity.andall the.va
riou Iralnof Nervous Affectlon;'lt will lo remove Deprcj-,
tlon, Excitement, Disllkeof Society, Incapacity for Study or
Business, Losi of Memory, Mental Debility, Ac, &c. See
TELEGRAPHED FOIt THE UNION AND AMKUICAN
LdrisviLLE. OcL 23. Herman J. RwffieUTis an-
f pointed Collector at New Yorkvice'Bropson re
moved. J. K. Jsroadlieail, iNavaLonicpripce-Jucd-field.
John S. Cisco, Sub Treasurer, vice Dix all.
' Sofl?. - John L. O'Sallivan, Charge to Portugal .
New Ydnic, Oct 25. Cottontallvaneed Fair
qualities improved most Messi'ork 1G "2ojTrime
13 37. Lard in bbk 12c. ""f
Markets Hams !Su20a McsgTork 2T,f Piiihe I
Aiiinantme (Jatmles 2oc
The Whaling news is unfavorable. The Ameri
can Whalers, Liverpool and Su-an; were lost on the
23d of August The crews were saved
It is reported Uiat.12.C00 Rtlaati- are-preparing,
to emiitrate to'the Sandwirh Islands under.Uie au
sps'ceS oQlie Emperor of Mexico;! '
The revolution iu Yucatan i-snpprcssedfter a
loss of 3'OOincn.
. The :Spaiih Minister- has sujpendcd'rp!ation3
wjth MexfctiiCQoyernnicnt, anineft tlttfCapitoL
liiivrauji; oUhQjIiihcrllty is not knowrij
The Indian ravacreiLoontiiiue.
THERA I LRQJl B'ci TC.Cs's
And Crystal Amphitheatre t
SEATING FIVE THOUSAND PERSONS With a se
lection of Pel formers from 'he .European and Ameri
can Circuses and Hipimdromes, expressly, for this colossal
enteroriie. with nxuo Novelties and Talent than 1ihs ever
before been nlTefcd by a.travelling Company, will exhibit in '
I'lL'lliril tw J .- i . - i t . 1 ' i i .
MONDAY EVENING, 0c:ober31sL,and 2 P..M.7 1. M.,
each suhseqner4 day. , .
Admission . cents; children h-.lf price. v--"
AmoTglhe distinguished At lists are the following, who
now first make a tonrof this country:
M.'lle Itos,ili4 most beautiful and expert Female Eques
trian ihe Profes-ion has ever produced.
Donna ISABsiXA. the celebrated Spanish mistics of the
horse, with heV leautiful thorough. bred Pyrencan Jlares,
Countess Monlpjo aud Queen Christina.
Lk Jecve IteiiTK, the Uoy Hero, cotifesscdly the most ex
inordinary Equestrian on cither Continent.
IIebc CciStr, M aitiie VALtirrm.-and Mons:cnr Gcuemf,
the famous European Hippodrome I'vifi.nners, in those
three most exciting Frnfs of the Hippodrome-!-!' Perch
Equipoise, LaTrapare, and Spliiled Chariot Contest.
I) ax Si one. the celebraled 'New Oilcans Clown Ihe ac
complished gentleman and skillful Hiiler, and Piquant Wit,
witli his lialletand Pantomime Tnnipe. prodliciils cierv
uiglit the thrilling Equestiiau ,1'antominui entitled The
Besides these, thero are Messrs. II. V. Maiuguc, Wil
liauS, H. F. NicnOLS. Sam llfimt, Deun, Ixivirrr, Miss MAnr,
Pauuxf, and MARnuBieTTc, and Maitbls, James, and
3Iyers- celebrated Erass ueed and ptrmg Hand consti
tute the Orchestra.
Tue Mud of 1 rained Tncs -anu Jlanaco Horses, arc.
the most beautiful and obedient tlut liave ever been seen
in this counjry. oct25-rtf
THE EilPOEIpH OF FASHION.
l'aris Imported IJonnets, llillincry, &-c.
, 1VLL FASHIONS FOIt 1853.
500 FAIiCY E0KIJET3.
WE would respectlully inform the Indies of town
and country that wo will, on Tuesday morainpr, the
4l exhibit for tlieir esj.eoial benefit, the hirpestand most
beautiful stock of Fancy Bonnets, and new tl les, of Enib'd
Helcnade and other styles of Straw Hounds ever opened at
Nashville or in the West. Likewise, rich Plumes, Head
Dresses, FIowcis, Ribbons, Dress Goods, Perfumeries Em
broideries and Fancy Goodbic., comprisinjr fciO.dO" woi th
Hating imported a great j art direct from Paris, our prices
thai 1 be lower than any of the boxed up lnillcnery adrer
vertized as fashionable and professing to bo the latent styles.
Our lorn engagement in the business, now nine years iu
Nashville, and doinjj a very extsnsive business, must pre
us advantage over any other house in tho city, and wc flat
ter ourselres that our friends are well fatisfied. So, lmw
Ladies, we wish your visits lo make your selections. Wo
ana male you look moie enchanting tlianever this fall, for
' the street, balls and weddings, liuvinjr Ladies ol superior
. i ... ... r r- i i x." i - -- .1. :,
j;oou laaiv iivm .liiauu, iiuec nuu ,icw xtuiv, iir
nlu our establishment. We have added to our stock this
fall, rich Dress Goods at less than auction prices, a fine
stock of Mantillas, Woolen Coals, Caps &c, rich Muslin de
Lanes and Ca.-hniieres at 2", 00 and 35 cenls per yard, su
perior Merinos nt Sl'c. worth 1.23; rich Needlework poods,
Chemizetts, Infints Kobes, Pointeil Collars, Undersleeves,
Haiidk's, beatilifullv embioidcied, at l.'J to 1.7", cheap at
3 50 to o-CK). Likewise, a !arje stock of Fancy Goods and
Trimmiugs. Haviup; a Iarc stock this fall, our object is to
make small tirotits and largo saleJ, giving the .'purchaser
advantage of good barcain-.
At the Parisian World of Fashion, No. 4fi, Union Street,
next to the State Batik.
oct 4 3m ' Agent.
T ANDI'OItSAIjE. HY VIKTIIKOI'
Lj ciee of the C anity Couit of Davidson countv,
dered at the October lerm, 1S )8, m flip cae nnhonias
Farrell, Administi-ator, vs. tlie heirs c f Jeremiah Shimmiek,
deceased. 1 will offer for ssle, at the Court lloue, in the
town of Nashville, on Saturday the 3d of December next,
a TRACT OF LAND, containing ten acres, situated on the
Mutfieesboro'pike, about teven miles fiom Nas' ville.
Said Tract of Lnnri belonged to the esiale of Jeremiah
Sliimmicfc, deceased, and i i-o'd for the purpose of paj mg
debts oftheeiate, and upon the following terras lo wit
f 2O0 in cish, $SO iqioii n credit of sixmonlhs, and the bal
ance upon a credit of iwelre montli, wilh interest from
uie dale. iotes won gooa secuniy lequirea, ami a lien re
tamed upon the Ijtnd until Uie
io nurchase money it paid,
V. 1L.C1IEATII.VM, Clerk.
JUST received per Cumhetland,
40 bbU old Monongahahela Whisky;
2." old Uvp, o years old;
ttl ' eight pipes Signetta;
In store and for sale, low tor cash.
' oct 22. DAVIS & SWANN.
EXTKA FA.1IILY Fl.OUIt,
lllllJS. Extra Family Flour in Moie and for sale
DAVIS A. SWANN.
THE BEST OF E00IS AND SHOES ARE ALWAYS THE
1IAKLES SAVERS, corner of Market and
Union streets, would say to his customers and fr
the imblic that he still continues to manufacture all '
kind of 1'notsand Shoes at ths shortest noiicc and of gMd
materials. He hasr.eiv on 1 an 1 a large stock or the above
named articles, both heat y and light, of the latest fashion,
of his own make, winch lie oilers fur sale at as low prices
as the same quality can he purchased in the city. All lie
asks is to give him n call and bo convinced lhat it is to the
interest of tfie buyer to encouiago home industry, lleaho
makes lo order and keeps on hand a superior article of la
dies Shoes, suitable for fall and winter wear.
P. S. Ite airing done at the shortest uotjee and on rca
sonable terms. - w (i ocM !mi
And Itlank Hook JUunuliictory.
J. Y0EK & CO.,
P.00K SEI.Lfc.KS AND STATIONERS.
HAVE an exfeusivu liindery, and are well pi epaivd to
do ISiuding of every desciipti -u, and in any style
that may be culled for on a short notice on the most reason
able teim. Wehavealsoa laige stick of lilauk Book pa
per from the best MilN, and will Rule and Rind all orders
for every description of Itlank Eonks. (In c us a ealk
Hinder)- opposite Staio llarik, on Union Street, tip-stairs,
JUST received an additional supply of SCHOOL HOOKS,
in,all the variousdepartments ofeducation.
N II Country Merchants will find it to their interest to
examine my stock. CHARLES W. SMITH,
octlS 41 College street.
TTilfSAI.I-: A small farm or Market Harden on
V the Lebanon Pike. 2 miles from Nashville. There are
8i acres in the traci, with small impiorcmcuts.
R A 15AI.L0WE,
octlt ' Cen'l Agent, Deaderickst.
17XTRA CHEVi'INC TOBACCO.-20 qr. boxes
Vj "M. Unghomq it SnnV extra Cold Leaf Chewing To
bacco. Just lecciredand forsale bv
octi.'.-.-tf HART A llOI.LINCSWORTlL
jxo. ji milanr. " javes n. uiutnit-
J. .11. At J. R. Bititiirr,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
"1LI, practice in the several ComU of Lincoln and the
I a lioiuinir Counties, tad til the Snnreme Court at
Nashville. - T v . septal Cmtw.
vrALUAin.K Dvi:niXVt: 'iiousTr for
SALE. The it lulei signed offers for 'sale Ins residence
n Spring or Churph Slro.-t, witli tlie furniture ffdesired. '
Terms made known on application to '
R. C. FOSTER, Cd.
Or in my absence to G. Ml FOGG,
une 17 if. . -
rpo COUNTRY .MERCHANTS I would call
.L theattentio-i of dealern folhe heivy Stock bf AVilll
Pnpei s, I ion now receiving and prepared to offer on the
mm favorable lenns. scptlo VV. W. FINN.
Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
I 1.,, , -l7 1
I .1 ;r H." -
Edwakds A.IKtuus, -
" LlXtEA &,H'lt6TiiEI!S1
.Ewiv ltnonicR. '
W. S. Wnrrucf,
STARCH W boxes Fox's Pearl Starch. Forsale by
sep21 W. II. GORDON A CO.
NewCtaeaxs, Oct 2G. iurttier CaliforniaTiew?,.
ved at San Francisco, shins Marv -Anna and
lcsti.il Empire, from New Yoifi
Is?:- - A..
Dr. 31'Lane's Xivcr Pills. The great increasirg
demand for thoe Pills is the surest evidence of their excel
lence. People try them, and then recommend tbenvto their
neighbors. No one who has ever suffered Corn the Liver
complaint, or from any Of the diseases arising from a dis
ordered slate of that organ, has yet failed in oblaming re
lief irhe tried Dr. M'Lane's Pills; and thus' ILey have
worked - their own way into popularity by the astonishing
cures which they are every day performing. Read the fol
lowing: Pbotsecug, April 2d, 1S5P.
Misses. J. Kidd A Co. Gentlemen You will please
scud us one gross of your Pill", prepared by Dr. M Lane.
Thtjj arein qrejl dmuiiJ. Plese furward them direct
S. CnAULESTos, Clark Co. O.April 1,1, 1850.
Your medicine are universally liked in this section of
the country. We have contant calls for them, nit: pills
upccially. Vours, reiectfiilly, J. 0. SMITH.
Sold wholesale and retail by all tho principal draggii-ts
and country merchants' throughout the United States.
II. It. II. Cases recently Cured.
Ro. 1 INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM.
A young lady, Jliss Claik, age,l 22, had a severe attack
of Inflammatory Rheumatism ou the first (f March, 1352,
proceeding liom the eflecU of merenry, of which she wis
salivated, 1847. She was tinder the care or one of the most
eminent and kind physicians in the city of New York. For
two weeks she was in the most agonizing pains, and every
hour tier friends expected that
DEATH. WOULD RELIEVE HER.
Her physicians had no hope of her recovery. A bottle of
Ready Relief w. s sent her, and applied, by Ihe advice and
consent of her physician, who told her nurse, if nothing
ele would give her ease, he thought that the Relief would,
IN FIFTEEN MINUTES SUE WAS RELIEVED FROM
IN THREE DAYS SHE COULD LEAVE HER ROOM!
And before. Ihe second bottle was used np, was reported
cured by the physician.
II you are afflicted with Newralgia, Cramps, Spasms, Ac.,
R. R. Relief will in a tew minutes allay the most violent
paroxysms. Wherever there is any pain, Radiray's Relief
will remove it.
tlliallie tho head well wilh Radwar'n Ready Relief, keep
the stomach clean and free from acid, the bowel regular,
with Radwaj's Kegnlator, and free from all acrimonious
humors, and those persons who complain of ringing, and
other unpleasant noises in the head, will certainly avoid all
further annoyance from these sources.
Hard of Hearing.
A iea-spoonfull of Radway's Ready Relief added to a
tumbler of water, and syringe the ear three limes a day
will remedy all diluculty.
Rathe them every night with R. R. R., this will remove
all soreness and give them a pleasant scent. octl
IMP0HTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRISbaving permanently located in NAsnriLLK,
respectfully tenders his services to the sutTering public
Scrofula, Ulcfrt, Cancer, TtlUr and liing Wjrnu, treated
in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef
fective, their ue being attended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring no restrictions er hindrance
fromordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
that he has settled In your midst, not for the purpose of hum
hugging or imposing upouyou, but to relieve those who may
bo suffering with diseases which are destroying by piece
meal many ofyrdeserviDganduseruI citizens.
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under
stood and successfully treated by Dr. M.
To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
art, he would respectfully propose that they bring forward a
caseof any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they
Can conveniently find,) and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
M. will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
as may be necessary, and in such quantities from time to
time as tho case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef.
fected, positively no fee will be received, an-i if no relief be
ihUimd fromtlie tiseof tlu mrJicint, no chtnje trfiatevtr
tciUle made for a-hice or vudicwes.
The atteulion of masters and owners of servants is par
ticularly invited to the above Those having servants af
flicted with Scrnfuld, Gravel, stillness or soreness of the
limbsand joints, would find it to theiradvantage to consult
Dr. 31. His treatment is mild, and iu no case will it be ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUMHUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, post piid,
in closing five dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DR. W. H. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance OiDce, CedarsL,
near Post Office, Nashville, Tenn. maylS diw6rr.
MM Mil WWWMM
CURES TOR CHILLS AND rEVEUS,1VEAK-
NESS, DEBILITY, Ac.
Osoooo's Cholagot.ce, llmraml.
Ilium if- C!-tm's Tonic, Richardson's Sherry Wine,
Motrin's, Silencer's, Hoofland's and Dromgool's Rirrtns;
Saltington A William's Ague and Flver Pilis.
REMEDIES rOK COLDS, COUCIIS, BROX
lVi'tar. Wittbim, Hasting 0 Ayrct Ralsam of Wild
Cherry, Tar and Wood Naptha, Expectorants, Cough Jtal
sams Syrups, Ac.
l'OR TAINS, BRUISES, RIIEIL1IATISJI, Ac.
Arabian and Mustang Linements,
Davis' l'ain Killer, Celestial Uuhn,
UulU HjriiarUlipr,kirrJ, dc. l!y T. WEELS,
octs Market opposite Union St , Nashville,
1"3"lCltriIJIER' iugrelt vaneTvT kepic.msiaHtly on
liaiul and for sale at the lowest pi ices.
Pine Toilet and Slinvin-; Soaps.
210 Doz well assorted Toilet Soaps;
Fine S'iari1' Cream and Sup.
Fan Tin: tf.km.
OJohtine aiul Charcoal Tooth 'aU; ,
Chlorine and Oris Tooth Washes;
llouwV Jine Tuiih l'oxrJen;
Tooth-ache l nop assoriea.
Received and for sale by
QUININE, Morphia, Chloroform. Pepsin, Cod J.irer
OiZ,Strichnine,llyd. Potassae, Iodine, Nitrate Silver,
Mel l'uieUrof Opium, jxcaeiKinai, CaUtyiMi, Hhularh,
itamony, ily apple, rijberrj, Ooldtn &al, ifv.
Received by 1- N) lJ J ' .
OC13 Maiket Stieet.
r,4."0 JMUfine (ilaz d Parlor and Jfoll Paper,
Cluap Vmilaztd Paper, well atxorUd,
' llorderiiv and Cartainand TtMtr Papm,aorUL
For sale unusually Chea.-i by T. KI.I.S.
VISE "VVINES, BRANDIES, &c., &c.
Champaigue, Otaid Dupey, Dopey Signett, French, IVnch
and American Urandies; iladtra, Port, PaU Slurry, Claret
andMucaiel Wines, London Porter, dv. Received by
octS T. WELI, Market Street.
ARTIST'S COLORS, Ac'
Oil Colors in flexible tubes,
Sable. Camel's luir and Hi istle Rrushes.
Palette Knives, Varnishes, drvingoil, Ac,
Wa'crcolwr paint boxes, assoited,
do. materials, a-sorted.
Received and fer sale low by T. WELLS, .
Fiue crotch and shade Veneers,
Oak Veneers, Mouldiiuj,
ltureau Knobs, Sand I'aper,
Offered low by
" COACH VARNlStlES, ASSORTED,
PAINTS, AND 01I.S, all lintl,
GI.ASS AND tSLASSWARE,
llEVSHW OH ALL SORTS,
Dve Stiti-s or evehv VARiETr.
MEDICINE CHESTS, Arc.
Assorted Medicine Chests, Medical .Saddlel-iy, Surgeons'
pocket instruments, Physician J'octtt Cate of ViaU,
Couching, Cupping, Amputating, EarandJSye Instruments,
Medical SjMni, Horse and Soring Lancets, Scw-ijicator,
Microscopes, Tellescojies, Hydrometer and Thermometer,
received and for sale hy T. AVELLS
Sign of the Man and Mortar, on Market, opposite
octg triwGw Union street, Nashville.
M0EE LADIES' FINE SHOES-
LADIES Sniier Cosacoa Kid Roots;
Trim'd " " lo;
it . " " Slippers; t
,. "BlkSatin ilo;
. i Patent leather enib'd do;'
-" "' French Lasting (plain toe (Jailers;
' (welted " ) - do;
' Mo. and Kid " Buskins, 4c
Just received by RAMAGE & CHURCH,
wti9 12 College street.
SECOND LARGE SALE
DUNCAN, MORGAN & GO.,
On Tuesday Wcduesdn- and Thursday,
' Sjumltr IM, an l 17', 1ST.3.
TO CLOSE OUT CONSIGNMENTS.
VT7E w II sell at auction, on TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY
V V ami THURSDAY, Octolwr 11th, ISth and 131b,.
witnoui referve, tne largest nna Desi assoriea stoclc ever
offered in Nashville, of l-ore'gn and Domestic, Staple and
Comprising the greatest variety, Ladies "Dress Goods,
Woolens, hluffs, lAonicn and Gentlemen's Wear, superior
black and colored Twilled French Clotlis, and Doe Skin Cas
simeres, new sty le Fancy Cassiuici es, Mottled Cassimercs,
black, blue, cadet and mixed Satinets, Fancy Plaid do. of
entirely new patterns, ifantio Janes, black, blue, grey and
gold-mixed do, bright colored Plaid Jeans, black and limey
bilk and Satin Aesting, Cashmere and Velcenues do.,
French Vest Shapes, black Silk Velvet of suerior quality,
black and colored. Tabby Velvets, high coiored Cassuncres,
Cashmeres de Cos. Afuslin da Wigs, Scotch Plaids, Can
ton mollis, 50Iiu calorcd Muslin de ljine. all HOol French
and English inerinaj, Silk waqi Alpacca, rich lustre, liro-
Be i&.,vjr uoioreu vijiacca, mik iignreu Luna
Clotli, extra G-i Cashmeres, glossy, black lustering Silks
of all widths, fancy colored Silks, 'Dress Silks of new style
usugresivaneiy, ncn l ansuga liiiceilKS, nam Silts, Va
tered Poplms, Lyons blk Silk Velvet, fancy Paris Silk Ye.
ting, Raratliado, Uonnet Ribbonsofgreatvnriety.newstjles
aim supenor quaniy, diack ana colored .Mantua HI noons,
Cap and Mack Veltt do, brown, green and blue Berag-e,
Silk Gloves of alt qualities, Cloih Gloves fleeced lined,
Meu'H and Women' Uasbmere Oloves, Twisted Silk Mitts,
Lace ilitts, and Gloves of all the different prices and qual-
wra. oiattauu eoiorru vasimcre, Aipacca, liwns, nool
and Merino Hose and half lfose, black, red, blue, yellow
and fancy colored- Prints of every variety; four quarter
double purple and English Print; Furniture Prints, Tur
key Red do.. Cashmere do, new stle English do.;
oieacuea jmumius ana uniiing ot all quulities and widths;
brown Muslins and Drillings of all widths; blue,-drab,
red, green and marble Blankets; large stock of Bed Blau-
Kets, uno uianicELs, sieaniooat Deith clo, neavy grev,
brown and white Muckinaw Blankets, Dutlil do., Union
twilled do., Plaid Alpaca (travelling) Blankets. Negro
Blankets, Flaid horf do,, wlnte, yellow, scarlet and creen
Flannels, Bed Tickings, S-i, T-S and 4-4 wide Furniture
and Apron Uneclcs, Jtickoiy Murtings, 'Iariners stripes,
and couuterpain Checks, Fancy Nett Caps, woolen Hoods,
woolen Comfons. aud Ihe greatest variety of Trimminirs
and Lace woik, white goods of all qualities, Swiss, Nain-
rook, .hook ana .Mini jiusnin, jaconeic ijambnc, Iross,
barred Muslins, white and colored Cambrics, Needles
Pins, Silk, Linen aud Cotton Threads, Buttons for Over
coats, dress coats, pints and vests, Braids, Tapes; Ac. Ac.
Alio 500 cases Beaver, Silk, Moleskin and Angola Hats,
Kossuth aud Mexican soft Hats, black, white and colored;
black and colored wool Hats, large stock of Cajis of every
variety, Umbrellas, of all the dillerent sizes and Qualities:
new tall style Silk 'Sonnets, trimmed ; Travelling Rags,
Carpet do., Satchels, Hardware, Cutlerv, J'aper, Ac. Ac.
The stock is the largest ever offered in this market, and will
be sold freely. Several large consignments whfbh wo have
instructions to close. The latest styles of French and other
continental compose a laige portion of this stock, which
will be sold without reset ve. Terms liberal.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
FUTURE SALES, 193C.
December 13th, litli, and 15th.
-V T AT.UAIJ LECITY l'KOPE RTY l'OR SALE
V The undersijnied bein? authorized bv a resolution of
the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Nashville,
at its meeting on" the 14lh instant, to dispose orthe following
valuable property, to wit:
Lots, Nos. 22 and 113, on the west sido cf Summer street,
frontiiis on said street SO feet and running back 210 feet to
an alley, on which there is a two story BRICK TENEM ENT,
occupied at present by Wm. C. Hurt. Also, Lot No. 23,
situated on the west sfde of Cherry street, south of Broad
street, fronting on Cherry street .".3 feet, and running back
IsOfeet, on which there are TWO TENEMENTS, one of
BRICK and one of WOOD. The above lots will be divided
to suit Durclusers. For a more particular description ot
said lots, reference can be made to Book No. 1-1, pages C05
and COG iuthe Register's office of Davidson county.
The above property will be sold at private sale at any
time between now and the l"th day of December next, and
if not sold previous to that time, will be offered on that day
at PURLIC SALE.
The above named propeiiy will be sold onacredit of one,
two and lhrce vears. Notes navable in Bank without inter
est, with good endorsers, and a lien retained until the pur
chase money is paid. W. II. HORN, Mayor.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
WILL be sold at auction, at the Court House, on Sat
urday the '.'id inst, at 2 o'clock:
1st. 12 or I', molding Lots m Brownsville, near the
Gallatin Turnpike, miles from Ntshville.
2d. 11." acres of land. 8 miles from Nashville, be
tween" the Muifreesboro Turnpike and the Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad, part of tho Davis tract.
8d. rour l-rame liwellings, two rooms each, os. 12b,
125, ISo and 13?. Cherry street, bevoud Stone-Bridge.
Tenn; 1, 2 and 8 years credit.
4iu. a isriCK tiweiiuig, six rooms, .o. oi opnice sircei,
ear Cedar. Also; a vacant lot on Cedar nearSpruee.
SIIl-A acre lot, 2J,' miles from Nashville, on west
side of Nolensville Pike.
6th. Eight Building LoMraW est Nashville, Ncs. 80, 82,
2. 502, 104, lli'3, 171 aud 17o. tor further particulars see
Any of the above property will be sold privately, if de
iired," before tie 2d inst. lpply at office, up stairs. No.
... - .. . I I-..-- ....
OCIL- r.eui-riaie.ig i.
JS"" Sale of Ihe above Real Estate is postpone. until
Saiurday E'Jth inst. The public are particularly itivited to
examine the beautiful building lots in West Nashville.
They will be sold on a credit of 6, 12 and IS months.
R. W. BROWN,
ccl25 Real Estate Agent.
BUILDING LOTS A Lot containing-! acres and 6
poles, between 1 and 2 miles from the city, No. 25 in
Dr. Bjyd M'Nairj 's plan of I.ts. Said ljot is at Uie corner
of two avei n s 30 feet wide, and near the Hosier Pike. A
great bargain will be given in it for Cah. Apply to
octll ir R. W. DROWN, General Agent,
-vri'OnOES l'OR SALE. A very likely negro wo
a man, an excellent field hand, IS years old, and child
3 years old. I wish to sell said negroes tosonie person n ho
will give them a good home in Middle Tennessee.
R. W. BROWN,
octS No. 63 Cherry st.
ESIItAIU.E BUILDING LOT FOR SALE.
On the Franklin Pike, between the residences of Jo
seph Vaulx and dames' A. Woods, Isqs., containing 2." acres
ha on it an excellent spring. Make early applications to
R. W. BROWN, Gcn-1 Ag't,
octS No. 68 Cherry st.
HOUSE AND LOT FOE SALE.
Y virtue of n deciee of the Countv Court of Davidson
county, rendered at the October Term. 1S58. in tho
casetf Mary L. Hendrick's. Admiuistratoi of Wm. Hen
dricks, dee'd ami others ei-arte, I will offer for sale at the
Court House hi the city of Nashville, on Wednesday the
Sd of November, 1S53, a House and Ixil, situated about one
mile from Nashville.on the North sido ofthe Charlotte
Pike, fronting on said pike 41 feet, and exfendingback214
Said House and Ixit belongs to the estate of William Hen
dricks dee'd, and is sold fur distribution,
Tebms Thirty dollars in Cash and tho balance on a
credit of 1, 2 and 3 years. Notes with good security required
and a lieu retained on the property until all the purchase
money is jiaid. F." R. CHEATHAM,
oclU dAlw Id Clerk.
THE undersigned will sell forty Mules, well broke and
gentle, ranging from -l to 8 years old, all iu good con
dition to the highe-it bidder, on the Public Square in Nash
ville, Tenn., on SATURDAY, October 22d.
ALSO 20 or SO Carts and Harness; 3 Wagons and nar-nc-s,
Persons wishing to buy Mules. Carts or Wagons, will do
well to attend this sale, which will 1ms fmiticeand zcUhovt
reerre, to the highest bidder, for Cosh, or iirst rate Bank
able paper, at 4 months, with such endorsers as the under
signed may require. D. CROWLEY,
octl3 tf .
17011 SALE. A desirable Residence and Farm SS
1 2M miles from Nashville, and near the Gallatin
Pike. Improvements arc No. 1, and good water. " The
farm lies well, with about W acres in a high stale of culti
vation. Or I will sell 20 or S3 acres of the above tract If
desired. For particulars apply lo
r'a.'BALLOWE, Gen. Ag't,
septs' No 17. Deaderick St.
T7OR SALE. Four valuable Farms, on the Caney
Fork River. 7.r miles from Nashville. 20 hours travel
bv stage well timbered, good stock farms, aud Ihe river
na-igable lor steomliouts 7 or S montlii in tlieyear. iliose
wishing to cngap) in the Lumber trade, or in raising stocck
would do well to give me a call.
A. L. DAVIS,
Sept tf B At the U.S. Mail Packet Oilice.
Jcsscc J. Page and others )
r r LAND FOR SALE.
Lucy II. Pace et al. - I
"T")Y virtue ofthe decree of the Honorable Circuit Court
I i . r i . i 1 . ... 1 1 . i I T io-, f
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, on Satur
day, tne i.iiuiay oi .November, is.,, in ironi oi uie uourc
Hiu-edoor. in"the city of Nashville, a tract ofland ltiuir in
Davidson county, in dislrictNo. 11, coata'ning abmt one
hundred aud twenty-eight acres beiug a tract owned by
the late William Paue.
Terms Oue hundred dollars in cash, will be required
.i -i -i 1:
uie oui&nceoii u cnruii. u. uue wi,
octlD-dltiwtd! THOS. T. SMILEY, C. Clerk.
T)OY'S CLOTHING DEPOT! The subscribers
1 J have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothim for Bovs from 4 tolS ever offered fr sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing tilled at the short
Persons purchasing 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 10 St., Philadelphia.
TUST -received a splendid assortment of Gold Paper,
Gold and Velvet ltordcrs, and Plain Satin Papers for
Parlors, Halls, Ac, together with a large lot of Window
Curtain Paper. ncw patterns, wide Green Teistcrs, Ac
tSTOa hand.-a -l-irge assortment of unglazed papers,
from 10 to 25c per bolt.
, KLAGGS A GORBEY.
No. 20, College slreet; next 'd&or to the 'Sewanes House
N. B. PapciMianging done in the best manner. octi
' STORING COTTON.
PERKINS & CLACK Are now prepared to re
ceive, store and ship cotton. Liberal advances made
to consignments. oct.2
NEW ORLEANS AND STEKPHTS TJ. S. MAIL PACKET.
ri ulhspleudid new passenger steamer, j
JL H. K, W. HILITnos.Ni-wsL.Mas- vWrrJI
ter, will run in the above trade this, sea
son, Ieavirer Memphis on her first trio on
Satnrday, the Sid or October. The HILL connect at
Memphis with the Nashville and Memphis U. S. Mail Pack
ets, and will give through ticket from New Orleans to
Tbespleadid passenger steamer JOHN SIMISON, wilt
leave Nashville even Wednesday, at S P M, wit.h freight
and passengers for the HilL
t. HA.'lll.ltl, I
A. L. DAVIS,
NASHVILLE AND MEMPHIS UNITED STATES MAIL
7?0R MEMPHIS. NEW ORLE.VNS.ST.A
pAr.u ? 'OUtSYILI,E-TRY-'SvS?Ei.!
" 1 "a splendid "ew Passenger jsjr
bteamers Civrop IIcxTsnrr Jmiv -Vn i-'u
sr, will leave Na.,liville tvery ilonday, Wednesday aud Fr?
Jay, at C o clocic I. M.. connecting at l'aducahwidi the .hii-
., ;u.,.,,,ca..u.-i. iui3 u..jia,i ivu:a andatMein
pliis will; the spLndid NewOrleaiw steamers Bulletin, II.
Hill, (.eo. Collier, and Mary Agues, givin-' tlirou-li
tickets fruni Nashville to either ofthe points above ii.innSu
TheaccomiiKxlationS of this lim cannot besurjiassed, and
passenrers will litul it hy far ths speediest means of travel
either North or South.
For freight or passage apply to
A. I D AVIS.
ocV) Agents at Nahyille.
NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE REGULAR PAS
ELLE-KEY, PEYTON A. KEY, .r.
Cusiuamjir. This larsre and iiiaguin- U.tSiT.'
ceui steamer is now uudergomg a iiiorougu ?szipZ3?Zi
repair at Louisville, and will take her place as a Regular!
Packet in theabovetRideassoouas there is sufficient water,
and will continue during the entire season.
In point of speed, comfort and safety, the BELLE- KEYis
unsurpassed ou the Western waters; which, with the long
experience of her gentlemanly Commander and the ac
knowledged busines capacity of her Clerk l Mr. Lewis North
ern,) enables us confidently to recommend her to the busi-
. .... . ". . , i
ness ana travelling community, air. ivortnern win give
prompt personal attention to lilting orders for Groceries, Ac.
25?" A share oi patronage is respectfully olicited.
JOHNSON, H0RNE A CO ,
aug27 Ira Agents.
Nashville, Louisville unit Cincinnati Regular
THE Splendid new Passenger Steamers, 4l3)tJvK
STATESMAN, H. G. 3Ic0oi(aS, Master, LfelBrSV
JOHN P. TWEED, Davio MiLuvan. Master, -j
will make regular trips in the above trade, leaving .Aash
ville every Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M. Retnniing, will
leave Cincinnati every Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, P. Si.
The above boats are A No. 1, and are ollicered bv expe
rienced business men, who will be thankful for orders lor
merchandise, and promise to give satisfaction to all who
may entrust business to their care.
septl7 tf JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.
Nashville nnd Louisville Weekly racket,
W3I. GARVIN, C. T. REEDER. Master.
THIS splendid Steamer is neirly com- fr'""' li
pleted, and will beat Nashvilletbefirst Lfe.iiinaO
rise of the river. She will carry 400 lousaSSSx
and her accommodations for iasscngers are iiueqnaled by
any boat of hc-r dimensions. Sbe will be commanded by
Capt. ij. i. llbi.ut.il, long and favorably known to our
community, and the Cumberland river trade, crenerallv.
She will make regular weekly trips, leaving Iuisville on
TUESDAY'S and Nashville on FRIDAY'S, at 4 o'clock,
P M. At the former place passengers wilt find various
Railroad and Steamboat lines to convey them to anviiuint
of destination they may desire, vie Theold establisrledliue
to Cincinnati; Union lino to Wheeling; Pittsburg and Lou
isville line; JelTerson Railroad, Ac., Ac All affording the
amplest accommodations, combined with expedition.
JT" All orders, will be filled xs low ns at CindnnatL
3?" For Freight or Passage, apply to
Ui.AK T. 1 EATjLVN, Agent.
Fall and Winter
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
AT NICnOL'S CORNER,
A. 1", Corner Square and Market Street, Satheille,
HAS received his new Fall Importations of RICH AND
ELEGANT FALL AND WINTER GOODS, to which
he takes pleasure in inviting the attention of friends and
the public, feelins assured Oiat he can offer as great bar
gains as can be found in tho city,
in itiuii i Ai.1. Anu wi.vir-ii. .MLiivs.
Of the latest Parisian styles, which are truiv cle-jint, in
cluding a beautiful variety of the richest and handsomest
Plaid, Brocade, Block, Bayadere. Striped, National, Eepp,
and Watered Silks, as has' been in this city.
Aowunu uranium ran-ian i-iaius,
Of entire new designs, ith the handsomest and
RICHEST COJIIJINATION OE COLORS,
Including the gay, grave, rich and elegant.
New and Choice French 3lerinos.
The most desirable colors in market, embracinir the most
fasnionable shades which the ladies will find beautiful.
ELEGANT RICH DELAINES AND CASH-
Ofthe choicest patterns and most beautiful colors, and in
fact every other kind of Dry Goods . suitable for
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WARDROEES.
Canton Crano and Embroidered Shawls, of all kinds, in
cluding the Rich Rroche, or Cashmere Shawls.
JIOURMNG GOODS OI1 ALL KINDS,
Of Bombazines, Alpacca. Clotlis. Canton, Black dc'Laincs,
Bareges, Grenadins, Mourning Sleeves, Collars, Chemix-.tts,
Handkerchiefs, and everything else suitable for a
LAD Y'S MOURNING AVARDRORE.
Also a beautiful variety of
Honiton. Valencicane. and Needle-work Collars; Rich
Cambric Chemizetts and Sleeves: fin setts!: Jaconet and
Swiss Edging, Inserting, Cambric snd Swiss Flouncing,
applique work. Also a line assortment of
Handkerchiefs, Cravats; Silk, Cotton, and Jlerino Under
shirts and Drawers.
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY GOODS,
Of Linen and Cotton Sheetiues and Shirtings, Table Da
mask?., Napkins, Towelings, Crushes and Diapers.
Quilts. Flannels, Canton Flannels, Welsh FlanncU and
Cambric, Ac, Ac.
FRENCH CLOTHS, DOE SHU Aft U
Tweed Cassimeies: Over Coatinzs. of all kinds. And will
oiien in a few davs a beautiful assortment of the
LATEST STYLES OF PARISIAN CLOAKS
Madeof tlie very best material, At, Ac
Call and examine this lanre and tine assortment ofeoods.
suitable to the approaching season, and you will not be
disappointed either in styles or prices.
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tept. 'Zi , HO.". JAMrO AlliUUlJ.
RICH FALL AND WINTER
WA. A J. G. McCLELLAND have just received tlie
largest and best selected stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever offered in this market, which they nlTer to the
trade at lower prices tlianthev can be found iu any other
. I .: . . . 1.1... 1! ...
IlOU-e 111 Hie CUJ. ivv .o. -u I uunc aquam.
ilicn wres .oous.
Brocade Silks, Rich Pr.nted de Inline?;
Check do Rich Plaid "
Plain do Elegant Plaid Cashmeres;
Super bl'k do Glasgow I'laids;
Plaid Poplins; Plain JIous. de Lnines;
1'Iain " Fr'ch Merinos A Cashmeres
Rob Roy Silks; English and German Mcrinos;
Wal de Ixaines.
With a great variety of low price de Laines Ac
While i.oou-, ibices, riL-.
Cambrics, Jackoncts, Swisses, Tarllons;
Vat. Ibices, Edgings aud Inserting?;
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings and Flouncing!;
I .ace and Muslin Collars and Chimizettes;
Jaconet Collars and Sleeves;
Linen Cambric and laiwu Hdkfsiu great variety;
Kid Gloves, Silkand Wool "
Super Wool and Silk Hosiery, Cotfon do;
Black Lace Veils, Ribbons, Ac.
In nioiU Talmas and Mantillas, wehave the richest as-
soitment everofTered in this market, in Velvet, Satin, Cloth
and Silk; all colors, with elegant white embroidered Silk
Mantles, with Cloths and V civets tor mating tucm.
Cloths, Cassimcres, Vcstings, Sattinetts, Flannels, Tick
ings. Shirtings, Itleached aud Brown Domestics, Bed
Blaukels, Super Coat Blankets, Shawls, Linsavs, Prints,
Alpaccas. We feel confident lliat buyers will find it greatly
to their interest to give this stock a careful examination,
and in so doing save themselves jouie money.
octll McCLELLAND'S, No. 20 Public square
00 bundles East Ten
Paper. Received per
uessee medium Wrappin;
Railroad this dav, and tor sale by
ang-J7 ' IV. II. GORDONA CO.
IlQTuTs".--r00 bbls StarVVbiskj
100 bbls Old Bourbon, Monougahela, and old Rye do;
100 eighth pipes Clianijiaigne Brandy, sup. article;
RO cosli Malaga W.ne. For sale by
BeptSt W. H. GORDON A CO.
MER1CAN SO.V1. 100 boxes American Cream
Soap, iu bars; 100 bbls American Laundry Soup, iu
mass. arranted to do the work of the laundry, in cold
water, either soft, bard, or salt. Forsale by
septit W.H.GORDON ACQ.
EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigue Brandy;
10 " " MarrettACo's do;
10 " " A.Signcll's do;
5 quarter casks Malaga VV tne;
5 eighth pipes Muscat do;
2 kegsStoughton's Bitters;
2 " Essence Peppermint;
.1 bbls Old Rve Whisky;
50 " Star do;
For sale by aug-7 W. H. GC.iDON A CO.
LASSWARE. -500 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks;
100 " " Quart do.
For sale by W. II. GORDON A CO.
I7LOUlt. aOO bbls extra White Wheat Flour;
; 5i00 ' New York Mills ex. Family do;
200 " Montgomery do;
100 " Gallego Mflls do;
Forsale by scpt27 W. IL GORDON A CO.
TSURKEE'S BAKING POWDERS. 100 caics
I ) and half cases Durkee's celebrated Baking Powders,
fresh, for sale by W. II. GORDON A CO..
ICED SODA WATER, This delightful drink, to
gether with a great variety of choice Syrups ofthe best
quality, may be found at the Drug Store of"
septU STRETCH A ORR,
Concr of College and Uniou Streets.
ENGLLSHMUSTARD"SEED.oSS halt" barrel
ofthe best English White Mustard Seed, for Pickling.
J ust received and for sale by STRETCH A ORL.
septli Dmggists, corner-College'ttnd Union Ms.
""IIDER VINEGAR. Four Lmrreis Pure Cider Vine-
gar, warranted Pure.
L'..- ant ll"7
STRETCH A ORR.
VX7-E will pay tho highest price in tash or Groceries for
V all kinds oi rroaucc , . v n.
'jibRRLrt A RTRATTON..
1 RAIIAJI 11READ Graham Bread for dispeptios
R. A J. NIXO.
TO 2AHIYAn rtnirp. mrviMKn'9 dtitiv mu,i
j jBHC VfK"l4 Jp P!t
fcfaWS-j laa.iJG?VJa QO
t, t nC-a-'dKl6rsin
Oi..iU r 31 X li n CLO 'I'll IS (1 .
mg m tins market, we have this season laid in an nn-
lunalhearv Mccta "leat,iart (ifwhl, srJt ;
store, antf which e are enabled to dispose of ou Ihe vcrv
West c.tem nmrket prices nd very fati.-.faciorr tfrm.",
e would therefore reMieclfuIIv invito rvi.,.,t iJi -... .
vis. ting tins citv, and others m the Trade, to matJe an exam-
I maticmof our sUicb before imrcliasiii?. .
I Jtr LANDE, ELSBACII A CO.
' LANDE, ELS1IACH A- CO.,
HAT AND CAP SLANUFACTTJREBS, .
A"i. r0, XorOt Marltt Street, XaihrUte, Tennew.
r. nave introaiiCKl tun week tho FA I J. STYLE
Ol'SILK HATS, which in baautv- of finish, textnra
anil quality, arounsrir.iMX mine cuy.
Ai.SO.A complete sssoitmeot of O.Vl'S, manufactnml
of the belt material, tho attention of one of the firm being
chirtly devoted to this blanch.
WeUattcr ourselrsin lieingable to give satisfaction to
those win i may famr us with theirnatronoge.
C-onntry Merchants are respectfully solicited to examine
our stock before purchasing.
sept-tf IuVNDE, ELSBACII A CO.
TUST It ECEIVEO. A Uice supply of jvmatb
tj ilagyarand Mpiroiwliian Hals, which are for sale loir
LANDK, KIBECK A CO.
1 a ...wueijmia. ue WL-iies to mioirn his friends aud for
Z 7l,i r . ,', i''".t'w.-u as largo ana Une a.v)rt-
wi-....yuicii i.ij.iiing r.nu urmshmg (;oods tlat
has ever been brought to Nashville. Tliey are now ready for
WORLD'S CLOTHING EMPORIU3I,
NO. 11. I'llTllil Amnm.
I have taken particular pains to hare made an assortment
of I-rtra i:t Chin; lor Gentlemen, weighing- from f.oo
to S.'m) lbs., and who liave always bees paying hi-Hi prices t6
ALSO, a splendid assortmentof India Rubber Goods, and
LHlL.i.lC. J U.U1UDU,
from the age of vears and upwards.
will fake particular notice that I can supply them with Cloth
mg and 1- urmshm boods either wuollsalc or kltail, as
low as any one in tae city.
AI50, just received a large Jot f tine Plush and Cloth
Laps, oi various sies, winch l can seu n?tHlf-jt te jvr cent.
lower than auv other house in the fitv.
Cme one, tvu all, to " L POWERS'
Wwld's Clotliiog Emjiorium,
angCO Tai No." 11, Public Square. Xahville.
C0219 one Coras ail ! Tais lioclc siaU hy
Fro a its firm base as soon as 1 1!!
FALL AND WINTER STOCK TOR IST.3-1.
rpllE sub-riber respectfully anmmnces to the denizens Of
JL a-nvuie and suironnuio" coimtrv that he hxs now on
band, and receiving additions lUilv. a Isrg s'ock ot Gents
FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLO THING, for Fall
and Winter wear.
Among which May be found; Finelflack and Blue Cloth
Cloaks, bpauish dn,'Opcraaud Congress Coats, Double do,
Black Blue, Brown and Olive Over Coats, Sack, Paletots,
Box, Frock and Dress Coati-, Business do., and other styles
and colors too nu-nerous to mention.
Pants and Veals ol ever style and color, to suit the most
Likewise, a gracr.il assortment of CHILDREN'S'
CLOTHING. Fine Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers Suspen
ders, CravaL-i, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, .Trunks,
Valises, Cariiet Bag., Ac., Ac
Country Jferchanis, in particular, arc rcqnestedto caU
and examine my stock before jwrchasiag elsewhere
sepllS L. POWERS,
No Sf. Market m., opposite Union Street.
N.' R. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or com.
buiation of men. " - LL P.
FALL AND WINTER G00D3.
JUhT received at No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and vtsling of the
latest sl les.
AIO A larze assortment of irentlemen's Fumishinrr
Goods. A new and bcautitnl style of Stocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats, Sispcuders, Gloves of every dis
criiitiou, Under-SliirU and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of tlie best Clothing
F-sUblNhmcuis in New York, to supply me, Win. T. Jen
nings, 251, Broadway, T am preparreil to ofTex to my cus
tomers and the public, Clothing ofasuperior style andqual
itv. llease call and examine tor yourselves.
septi a t, J. HOUGH. Aecnt.
WE have just received our assortment of
CLOTHS, CAS3I5IERE5 t VESTINGS,
or New Styles and Varielie.s.
Also, an assortment of Eine Ready-made Clothing,
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
scp20 CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
No. 15 Cedar st.
SPLENDID ASS0P.TKENT OF THE LATEST STYLE
READY-MADE CLOTHING !
11. A. JESSEL,
Arcade Clothing Store,
ATo. 20 Market street, crftxmte the Umtyn IfoR.
THANKFUL for Ihe liberal patronage hitherto bestowed
upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nash
ville and surrouudiug country, that he has jut received one
of the largest and moat complete assortments of GtUlmen'
Fall ami Ulnttr Clothing an-l FuntMiny GaI ever
brought to the city, which will be fouud unsurpassed in
quality and workmanship, and at Mich low price as :anuot
foil to please. The stock has been selected and made up
under my own inspection, ej-prdy suited to th; wauls of
Also, a large assortment of
suitable for all ages, and warranted to tit.
As my stock is very large, I can otl'er great inducements
to country Merchants, either wholesale or retail, at verj'
little above Eastern prices.
Give me a call, as 1 sliall take great pleasure In showing
the Goods. U. A. JESS EI,,
Arcade Clothing Store, 21) Market st,
eels 8m Opposite Union Hall.
"CLEAR THE TRACK."
TBTf iMWPt:yifflirri"'i'pV' i 'ttttrit!ifj ! 'rtr'mji' I
iglS:;5gg ,g.a'--sl 3a5"jg3 .j.ig
rrHE subscriber has jn t opened, at Ins old stand. "o 53
X Marketstreet, next door to T. W. A W. H. Evans, the
largest and mivst elegant stock of READY MADECLOTH-
INt! and Gemlcnen's FurnLdiing Goods, he ever had the
Eleasure of exhibiting to his frisuds and customer, Ahich
e is ofleriugnt wholesale and retail, on such terms as will,
he confidently believes, give entile satisfaction.
His stock consists of Frock and Dress Coats, of every va
riety ofstyle and pattern; do. do. Pant and Vests. Over
coats, Box Coats, Ac, Ac; Hats and Caps, a .arge assort
ment; Carpet Bags, Trunki, Shirt , Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Umbrellas, Ac; a large assortment of Gloves, Hosiery and
Pocket lldkfs., Ac; all ot which are new, and purchased of
thebest houses iuthe Eastern cities expressly for this mar
keU . Thankful for the liberal pafronage heretofore bestowed on
him, he invites tin examination into his present Mock and
prices, as he Li determined to spare no pains to please his
friends and customers.
M. SULZBACKER, Agent,
septS3 Sm No U Marketst.
MEMItERS OF THE LEGISLATURE
And the enraercui Strangers sow visiting the Ci'y
ARE respoclfullv invited to call and examine WATER
FIELD A WALKER'S ..wStgllrea U't for
Tlie style of Hats issued by tlu Establishment has always
taken the leap; manufactured fioin the finest matetial, of
superior tinish and faultless design, impervious to rniu and
alniospliericchaiiges; iheir Hats challenge competition w ith
the Hats of the Seaxin.
WATERFIELI) A AVALKER'S
octl City Hat and Cap Store.
Ifj-oiirHeail is diliicult toT'it Call and tiave the
shai aud size accurately tiken by Waterfield A AViilker'?
Freru-h Cran'fHtHer, they a e dailv mninftcturing llalu fo
order by this valuable machine, uinl in nH caes pro-luce an
easy aud comfortable tit.
o'ctl WATERFIELD A W.VI.KBR.
Our-Kaitej" Depiutmoiit Ciine.-loidies' Ridiug
IUts. ofthe latest design-, t'hildieuls Smcr llaK and Caps
ofallthehilestfctjlcsoftlieSeasnii; an tit which we shall
sell at our usual moderate price-.
oc!l WATintFlELD A XVALKER
ri"0MEItCIlAN"J'S. -MeretianM Hh wili -to pur
X chase a select antim-nt of lints uiid Caps rboukl call
at aterliehl & i alker s their (tsxirtuienl is new ami va
ried, and their prices low and niitfotm.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 2!, west side Public Square, next
to Gowdcy's. 1 octl
100' fears' Ks Coi'i'ec,
IX STORE AXD FOR SALE" BY
So IS, Ijooaaais,
NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE,
octl tf Nasuvjlle. Tes.v.
""'reuanessce Powder ,
POWDER Te:inesee llifle, in quarter, hilf and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasring. in kegs and barrels
A full Supply of the above description of I'otviler, war
ranted equal to anv iu the market, always on hand and tor
sale by jnlyll CHKATilAM. WATSON A CO.
SAFETY l-'USE.-W,""" feet gemrfne Sarety Fiuo
jy15 atAV.lLOunpo--' A Co.'-".. Public Shuare,
wiTl. '. ,'-1Los
ROSS & DAVIDSON,
Will practice Law in Lincoln and the adjoining counttes.
GEt)i;i: W. cook, .
ATTCENEY AT L A V7 XAN2 ADEN T.
Woco Villus, Texus
WILL attend to the colIectH.u ot debts and the investi
gation and perfecting of laud titles iu Texas:
Hon.O W.O.Torrox, Hon, Nathax Gscxx,
' R. G. M'KtsSKT, " ILL-Rtntrt ,
" R. Iu Cakutocss. ' iVsit CicrriuhS';
John L. Bcttx; ' 1 Governor Wk. It. Cam i-bu-..
augoi u .
UfLNRV BART, JK.
1IART & HOLLINGS OIITJI '
VTholesala Groc3is, Coinmision, Bceetvrng,.aiiatlor.-jBf;ed(0preM ,
Xo. -19 Xorth mle PidAer b-pmre,
oqi Xasiiville, Tksx.
FTifE'vjstnrTT.T.T: wi mtr 1 irrrrRrwo C05CPAXY
i rpHIScstiblwhmeiit is now provided with Machinery arhj
JL .TooLs complete, of the most modern constroction; l
nhlr'tbe bet Jieclamcarskflt that the country itTorte, and
rapecttully solicit orders. They arepreparedtowecxtteas
i " T' RAILROAD MACHINERY.
Such iw Locms.aiir.et for Passenger and Freight Trains.
Passenger, Freight, and Repair Carscomplefcd.andalmof.
! every descrrotioiiof work annartaininirfa Rail Road
Boat and stationary from 3 to "OO horse-power with
boilers ofthe" best T.irute Iron.
Machinery rompJcta for fitting np Sash or Circular Sam-s
campjete, with the newest and most approved modes.
. GRIST MILLS.
Lngmt and Machinery made for all sizes, complete; t
gelherwith Michinery forSugar 31ilUand Col ton Gins; al
so '.acMnery tor Blast Farnaceis embracing dttlrerl fV
i;Jr tor bliit, Ac
. ROLLING MILLS.
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and ail machinery for Kol'
IngMHR compfete made at shortest cat'ee.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING. -Of
any description, with shafting; mdl joariojr'. water
"iii """"" iron ''aak vaults. Ac, Ac, made .to order.
-Address Joiw THoarsos. Agent. . who is a practical ma
cbcnLst or tiie undersigned. JOHN It. JOHNSON.
juuai-ly b. 1-resident.
HATS TO SUIT THE SEASO.V,
Can always be proenred at the
"PALACE HAT STOItE," No. 22. Public Square.
TUST call at this establishment or it vcu will at once t-t
convinced tlut FRANCISCO A WHITMAN can satisfr
the most fastidious taste and Ri'atify the most economica
spirit. A geod and at the same time a neat, becoming and
tasty Hit, are the two efSehtmt desiderata combined n
the Francisco A Whitman Hat, Every tirsriptiou of OV:i
Jtemra a Dress Uatt, Drab Beaver and Felt Rats can L
procured at thU splendid Hat kaablishmcBt.
FRANCLSCO A AV1IITMAN,
No.2 Public Square.
PARENT.S ANiGUARDIANS-.Vru invited ti
A. call and examine ib beautiful assortment of ehi.
drens and infaBt' Hals himI Cap of the latest and ruo:
approved slyKw, which are fer sale it tb suleodid hat es
tablishment of FBANt ISCO A WHITMAN
rrJlE 3il-TROPOLlTAN "1JAT. -Those person
X who wish a neataod comfortable business Hat. would
do well to call and examine those beautiful new stvlea tl jt
we hare just received. FRANCISCO WHITMAN
THE LADIES Will tind evtry tfunj:"taTtyaad be"
coming for boys, children, infan'ts and litle Misses, at
t6e Hat Store of FRANCISCO A W1IITMAN.
LADIES' RIDING HATS New andbelutu.it
styles of l'aris, London and New York MODES, !
which we invito the attention of the Ladles.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
octl i Public Square.
No, 7, North College Street,
"T"7"OULD respectfully inform Drutists.
t ) lliVsicMBs and Manufacturers, that
again commenced the Drug bojinevi in the new Lmld.ng
on College, new Church street, ami ioteml ceafiniDg them
selves io the WHOLESALE TRADE. Their Mock near
ly entirely a fresh one, aiul they are determined to make
both the prices and qualities satisfactory. They offer for
sale lew tor cash, or on liuie to punctual men
04t gallons W! KMer sperm uif,
MD " Taaners"0;
1(MA pounds Indigo, of prime quality;
llii do Madder. '
Mi do Extract of Logwood 'm sswtt boxes;
40 'do Codiioeak
Bo do ilurtafe of Ti;
l.H do Alum;
llt do Reoned Sslpetrr; :
lmX) do Bpcom Salts;
mH do Gum Camplrtw: .
7M do Snp.Carl SH; .
SO Gro.3l'Lane's Vermifuge;
lo do .M'Lane's Liver i ull '
20 do Falinestock's. Vermiluge;
ItHJdoz. Mustang LmUnentr J
Irtrt Gro. w.nxl box Matehen;
S doz. MaWs IHoekiBjp ' -
it SM'm.O. D.Cap-;
looo pound-. Ihit Iyt drv:
SOO do White do de; 1
HK) do Letharge; ' '
do Kg. euetian Red; - '
20O bush. Keutueky Hkie GrMts Seed; '
45-buxes Bone's Scotch SnflJ hi package;
. SI do uarretttt do iUk ,t
Oodoz. do in bottles;
iS iln jraceaboySimlf, in eot;
100.) lbs. " " m jars and bbls;
. 3AU boxe Window Glass assorted;
4tKni lbs. Vlittv;
130 pounds Pearl Sage;
119 do Tapioca;
: . (5i) do Gum Arable;
$6 doz. Cod UverOil Itashtes, Clarke A Go's;
0 do Sei.Ilers f 'o-.vders, in tin boxes;
W do Sxla; " "
M ponniU Calemel, Kegrish ami Aoiericnn;
10 do Hydrioda'e of Potash;
21 do- Spirits Nitric Aether,
. Bd do Aqua Ammeum; '.
do Sqr. lodidaof Iron:
SchseQelin.s Extia Puwders and Kvtracts;
IliysieiauV Pocket Cases of Instrument, of varieujsfv'i:
Pliysjciaiis Pocket (iises of ViaU x large varity;
Amputating, Di-seciinir, Ljthotooiy, Trepanmn( a" I
Jlidivife Instrun ents in cases;
Meilicine Chests a variety of styles ami sizf.
1f Feathers, Beeswax, Uinseiift Fkixjeeil, Ac. tafc:
at the highest market rates. Irtl1
n oid) i
JT hes Gold Iar; IS Packs best Gold Leaf. Receiv I
and for sale low by ocrso KWIN BROTHERS.
INC'WHITE PTvlN'iVo kegs received and .. -sale
low. This article Is said to be mucil superior '
While Lead in brilliancy of color, durability in rxpneJ
situations, and all the purpues to which the latter u appr rd
and costs but little more. It is couune largely into use i:i
the eastern cities. oet0 EWfN HR'OTHEIL-.
I RYAN'S AND LOCK'S PULMONIC W,
) I'EILS For the eure of Conglis, Colds, Asthn
Cutisumption, Bronchitis, InHuenza, Hoarseness, DltCcxl
Ureathing. Pains in tlie Chest, p-.lliny ut Blood and sx '
Throat. Perfect freedom from cough ia ten minutes afer
use-fur sale by IL O. SCOVEL
rpitUSSUS For .Unit ami ChiHren UteroAbUo:
X nal Stqiporters, of the most approved patterns, an
modem invention, recommended by the Medical Facul' y
For sale by H.G.SCOVE1
PR1LMIUM ESSENCE OK COFFEE.-( Ii.
MOND'S ESSENCE OF COFFEE, for examples
which, the Franklin InstHiite Ot Philadelphia, and ' :
American Institute, New York, have awarded pretnni".
James IL Chilton, the eminent Chemist, and many other
have certified to its wbJesKteiiea, superiority over tje
raw article, tho facility wilh whieli it settles the coffee, tr
king it bright and clear as wine, as welt as imparling a dj
For sale in packages of 35 cents each, bv
octa ll.O. SCOVEL
rjHEpartncrshm heretofore twisling under the style -X
CURREV & MARTIN Ihm been this day dissolted I '
As it is desirable that the business of the late Qrmshci
be closed us early as possible, all those indebted bv note
account are resjectfuUy requited to make immediate f t
nient to RicIiaixlO. Currey, who alone is authorized It
ceii.t tbeuu RICHARD O. CURRL
octS. J.G. MARTIN.
RICHARD 0. CURREY,
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST,
.V. 35 Vnionitmet, Xn7t
HAVING purehascd tlie entire interest iu the fin rii
Currey A Martin, will continue the DRUG LI .
NESS iu this city, and hopes lhat strict attention to busm .
and the utrilu aud oMvof hid stuck will pcsuim i
I a.liueral sliaro ot puotic patronage.
lie exiieeis in a fc w dais to receiye bis
of CHOICE CHEMICALS. FRESH DRUGS and PU.
MBDICINKS, together with the usual variety of Pu..
Oil, I'amMet, f71wri and Fancy artieles for the r
uie ami cihf reiiael trade. opU t.'
FANCY AND STAFJ.E DRV GOODS.
iVt. 57, College street. -
JOHN K. HFAIEt new daily receiying from New "i . k
and Phikdelp"!, hw """i winter supply of de. .
blecootl,twliic he wont respectfully invites the att a
lion of all in want of flueti and excellent goods suitable I
the sasou- JOHN K. HL'ML,
octi No. 57 College utrre
OTAFLE "GOODS. Wera. SaiOTyTnd Shaker 1 1 -(5
nel; Colored Flannels;
French and BoglLth Priotit; Toweling;
Fine Blanket, Ac.; Napkins;
TabIoCItlis,Ae.; JOHN K. HUM'
ANT1LLAS AND CLOAKS. Rich "Ve. r
T alma Mantillas:
Satin and Cloth Utoaks;
White Emb'd Mantle
" " Talmas;
JOHN K, II CHI
A 'p;HU31E',S EXHIIHTION.-WUI be-fHinii
ItX- assortment of extra cheap Mous de Laines, soi.io
low al accents per yard. ' x
lSb'lllCll SH.K DRESS GOODS Alan:
cent Plaid Silt; RawSdks;
Beautiful Poult d'Sot: Scotch PUid;
Rich Changeable Sitis; Stuart Plaids;
Rlatk I.'roche; Rol. Itoy Plaidr
" Italan Black Silks; Higblasd Plaids;
' " Satin National; MeGreprFbudf;
" Rep' Silk; l'aris c!e Laine;
Black Arawre'Sllks; " Ciuhmerer-
1.-1 - .i Ra.ljwer " Kobe Patterns;
ALSO RbgRsh and French Merinos of allcolon.
IirrLier-i of new. rich and really ekimnt onruU -r.
! respectfully hirl(6j"to thu exiubitum of
oct? . No7. College t.-
hv iriven to all oerwiaa imlnhtMl tn tfA Mli,f r.f n
I il-Onrorlr-Hn wl trt- mrl. C,..ffi.,l ..1. .
PmentJaHd.tliO'se-'havVetefew aoiit fn" estate air
tbey will be forever barred.
iil'W'f-rt ihniiin n