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VOL. XXVII.
. V NASHH3DLE, TENN. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. 185G.
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N AS V1HLLE;
DEMOCRATIC OTATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
C. K. WIKSTUa, LnmXAX.
G. P. 8JIITH,
B. F. CHKATHAM,
U. N. CLEMENTS,
E. G. EASTMAN,
J. K. HOWARD,
THOS. BOYERS.
PROSPECTUS OF
new Story on
j
SH Old
Subject.
TIE AUTHOB,in presenting the following wotk to the
public can not bat fest that he has an arduous task to
perfbim in catering to the public latle, and has somewhat;
digreued from tb established rules, ana cuswms ui
thors by taking up a subject which, if carefully persued,
and thn adriea herein contained followed, the ambition of
the author will he ratified to its utmost extent, and tne
object of this work will have been attained, nx : w pu
money in my pocrei ana w give mi "jo s"""' "-
wnt re&aer a utersry treat lurouga ajic-v ,-,
;t- n..fti h hpNsarT to state, mat
the most of the manuscripts from whicn una taw was tnanent, and remain active in this preparation, as a conse
iDnnded was taken from an old dress pocket loena in a I auenoe of the scientiQc manner in which thev are com'
Snd hand Clothing Store a few weeks since in 1 rK
by the author, and originally owned by the indeiaiigawe
MBS-ToonLKs-atoncecmreTingtolheminaottnereaaer
.v.. . 1 u. UoDtn? tne Etna and
inrfnlrrvnt nnhlin will BXCOSe BHV blunders BUd I00K WllU &
va'j-onizina eve upon rov humble efforts to prqture for
7 r . - - t 1 .nTiMa tha tinbat
eTer brought to this market, and put up in soch a shape
that every one can see it for themaelrea. Still keeping in
Tiew that philanthropic principle which actuated me to
tnem ifii.occeswui imuu ,
. . . . - 1 x .1 w. . .n 1 o nh is than.
Got. JaTa and Baltimore Rio Coffees I must not digress
en fr from mt snhicct as to fonret that I also laid in a
hnnntitnt stmnlr ot Baker's Broma and French Chocolate,
an excellent morning drink for my cerrous reader in' these
tmnhlnni nnlitlc&l times. In compiling the forthcoming
work I shall ' dUniS" pretty extensively on the merits of
letown Fasfett will conTey some idea of the attention paid
to tbat valuable insect: ,
We take trreat pleasure in announcing that a celebrat
cd author from one of the Western States is now in our
city collecting specimens for a forthcoming won upon
which he is engaged. We notice a large inroice of the
genuine "Eeidkck Champayne." Together with a full
assortment of choice Wines and Liquors, among which
the Justly celebrated Tchernay Brandy, all ol which the
liberal author intends to treat his many readers, to or as
many of them who hare the magnamity to pay for it. We
wish the anthor success to his new wort, which is to be
mllvt r Flu"
As the anther feels incompetent to proceed in that
Flcvr'j style so common with writers cf the present day,
he begs to say ttat in its proper place in the work he will
serve up 800 bags of that tndespensable article in 25, 50
ana ivu id. osgs, loercuy lesviug u i" "
renders to Flonr to their own tasie. For " Aar (and what
author is without it) that this stupendous enterprise might
end In "imcU" the author has carefully laid in u large
and choice collection of " Sfff tri which will give each
reader an opportunity of sustaining the author by giving
him n ' puf," snd furthermore, in order to veryity the
oldProverb of where there is somuch smoke there must be
some fire, the compiler of these valnable manuscripts nas
added a heavy stock ol "nau.ies as anoiuer oigrea
sion. for which I b?ir pardon of all authors who " tpice"
thair concoctions with brilliant showers of wit and humor.
I have employed a substitute, which I cannot but believe
is of a moie substantial nature, viz: a choice assortment
of Autmtjf.Oinntr, Oianamon, Clovet, Fieneh, Engliih
and Kentucky Muitards, AUrpiet, Pepper, ground and un.
ground, Vitotpt ot dillerenl varieties, n crcencrBttire
John uH and Jlartey Sauoei, and in the place of sweet
ening the many beautiful passages, which will occur from
time to time with moonlight rays, zfphyr breeus, and tht
Tuctur rip'd from tht pure Up of innocence, I have em
ploved the more powerful argument of Powdered, Crutfi
td, Loaf, Clarified and OranuUled, and different degrees
of Srovcn Sugars combined with the more liquid streams
or tfiioiUJ, tiugir uouie ana. ruinuiiton jioiastes. ana
th hncrhl and Uowin? Oclden Svrvv. Uow beautiful, in.
dulgent reader, dees Pope or Gulliver (the author dies not
distinctly remember) express himself in the fbliowmg
"JJor.rg a strain r
How dolh the little buy Bee
Improve each shining hour
And gather Honey 1 here beg leave to
say that in order more Hilly to carry out the objects ol tnis
same work, I have provided myself with a large stock ot
honey the author above f peaks of, which will be used in
its natural state or " drained" to suit the taste of the
reader, as "draining " is a too common error among au
thors, which too vary olten places tbm iu a posilion
where they are compelled to make a "raise." I have in
order, if possible to avoid that unpleasant predicament,
taken lbi precaution to provide a Urge supply of 1'ieiUin
AMerrill'ii Feast Potcd.re. whose raising qualities my
numerous readers haTe probably formed 6oine opinion.
As a bright and shining " lightr as I intend this work to
be, I shall substitute the agtney of StJr, Adatnauhne,
Sperm and liillovi Candles, and to "cUanst" the wind
of all impurities shall resort to Citlile, I lein and Common
Mar Soap, which together with Wash Boardt, Tubs,
BucltU, tSroomt, and Scrub Bnttlits, I have procured
an abundant supply. As iiis a time honored cusit.ru with
compilers of great works to first "polish lite understanding"
of their readers, I take pleasure in stating that I shall lor
this turpose bring into requisition a full supply ol "lact-wig-"
and "Shoe Brtuhe" and in order that the reader
may more fully appreciate the street and choice selections
above mentioned, I shall preface each chapter with a full
description of different varieties bf PiclUt, Gross i
Blackwell's Chow Cliawand Pitcalli, GerHn' prepared
Horn Radish wad. pure Cider Vinegar,iot as a wise mm
once said, every sweet his its sour, or something to that
. . - i ... l T . . 1 1 t 1 1 ; . k 1. 1 .
euecu as tnis worx wilt, unuouQicaij, lau iu wo uuuun
Starch, whose stiffening qualities none can say onght
against, and another class cf readers who are too tasily
gulled by a large class cf " Meal'y" mouthed authors, and
are never willing to acknowledge the " Grn," shall be
amply supplied with extracts from a iarge Bin of Corn
Meal, Pye J.at, or unfo.W Four. As the forthcoming
work will be attended with enormous expense, owing to
tho sudden advance of Taxes (the cause of which has never
been fully ascertained) the anthor is compelled to foiego
the publication until a certain amount ot subscribers are
obtained, (the amount of subscribers limited to 2000; but
.specimens of the promised literary hash can be seen ut his
Studio, No. 80 Market street, every day, and full instruc
tions given to thoee who will purchase the ingredients and
are desirous of embarkinj upon that " Tempest tobed
ocean," an author's life.
1 forgot to mention that all such old fogy authors as
Locheand " Pacm" will be ignored, and "c'eir Sidei,
Country and Sugar curtd Bams, SfioitUers, dx., will be
instituted. "1 trill alt tUW that " that" l'ony will still
net in the capacity of assistant editor, the " shortness of
Kit ears" not being sufficitnt to pronounce him ineligible.
sept26 lm i'ours Truly, 1). G. HOMatY.
N. B. No delinquent subscribers need apply-
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD-
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER
TRAINS.
rpo take effect on and aflerSATDRDAY, 21st of June,
JL 1556. Day Passenger leaves Nashville at 9.05, a.m.,
arrives at Chattanooza at 6.05. P. M.
Night Passmgsr leves Nashville at 5, P. M., arrives at
Chattanooga at 93, A. M.
Day Pa3seuger leaves Chattanooga at 6, A. M., arrives
at Nashville at 2.10. 1 . M.
Night Passenger leaves Chattanoogi at 9,15, P. M., ar
rives at Nashrille at S.45, A. M.
jnnc21. II. 1. ANDERSON, wip't.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD.
SPECIAL SOIIOE TO SHIPPERS VIA SA VAX.XA1J
TO SASHV1LJ.E.
AS the Nathville aad Chattanooga Railroad Company
has notified and reminded tbe Central Railroad Con!
pany of Georgia, of their Summer Rate, and it does uot
teem to have been noticed or recognised in the Land bills
of thatCompany recently distributed in our city, we take
thismethodof informing the Merchants and Shippers by
that lino, that tho rato will be ?l S5 per 100 lbs on 1st Class
Goods,and not 1 23, as ththand bills represent f 1 25 is
the average through rate on First Class Goods from the
Seaboard to Nashville, but is subjected to tbn 10 cent, ad
ditional in the. Sumner and a deduction ot 10 cenU per
100 lbs. in the Winter, which make tha late as per our
advertisement $1 85 from June to Decemoe-. and 1 15
from December to June II. I ANDERSON,
june 21 Smierin'endcnt
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WE PUBLISH SATURDAY, AUGUST 16,
THE
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CF TBI
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AND
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death of JoscpbiDd, and also aivcrsl private letters Iro-n
the Emperor to hH brother Joseph, and other iui(Kriaut
personages. With numerous illustrations. By Ji.ha S.
I). Abbott, author of the History of Napoleou, Ac. 404
pp., 12mo. Price ft 25.
JUST PUHLISHED,
THE HUMOROUS POETRY OF THE ENGLISH
LANGUAGE. FROM OUAUCEIt TO SAXE. Narratives,
Satires, Enigma?, Bu k eques, Parodies, Travesties, Epi
grams, Epitaphs, TraiAlations. With notes explanatory
and biographical. By J. Parton. 1 vol , 12tno., 6S9 pp.
Price f l 60
"All that there is of graceful gaiety, harmlef s. wit, and
sterling fun in 'he shorter poems of tbe Kujjlith language,
is here embodied.' ' l'h renolegical J ournal.
"Tate it up when in a merry mood, and yon shall find
somethingthereinto jump with your humor; wheu jaded,
or hot, or ut of temper, hdJ ten to one the pleasaut dose
wlli revive and do you cood." N. Y. A'llnon.
S1ASON IIKOTIIEHS,
6ugl8 PUBLISHERS.
IQSandllODiune Klreet. N.Y.
FREMONT NOT ELECTED.
I HATE a good lot of Negroes for sale Among tbem
several No. 1 Cooks, an excellant Black Smith, a bhoe
and Boot Maker, and a good Barber, and an extra fancy
Bor. Call quick if vou want good bargains.
septlT tt REES W- PORTER.
N 1 I also wish to rent nnti nstmas next, a tine
i o 3m cider Odd Fellows' Hall. TORTER.
Fever sad i&gne Beme&y.
THE cheapest sod best cure for Fever and Ague and
aU Fevers Incident to the season.
HEAR WHAT THE DUUiuwa cai :
if- v.. ..v.. .if that we bare submitted theGrafen
ben? Fever and Ague Remsdyto a close inspection and
scientwc analysis, 77 " :
ties in sereral cases of intermittent ferer. We take great
pleasure in saying that it has -proved completely success.
imI .-nA that it is a most Ekilllullv compounded remedr.
It Bust exert a most beneflcial influence in all cases; its,
1 ionic propeiwca 1 , ts-v 7 M.
it is richly deserving th6J coafidence of our brethren ot
lae medical jacuii iwu o uuwi..
o! TT Ifabrer. M. D - hew York.
Charles tf.Reriloan, M. Wisconsin,
Win. 11. bimmington, M. v., Illinois,
Thra J. Jnhnvm. M. D Missouri.
--m c. Kittredpe, M. D New Hampshire,
jmesT. uoit.u. Indiana,
1 y. Terrington, M. D., California,
Wm.- Y. ABhton. II. D.. Louisiana.
The comDOsition ol this remedv includes tbos? medicinal
enbstances which experienced physicians hare long re-
1 soriea 10 iortpciaiacnon on luesraitm wuea ueruugeu
1 Dy revers, Ague ana uenerai uenuny, resumog iruoiw
I Thnea am TWari nor.
bined. In this medicine no metalic ealts cm be found by
th9 most foliate chemical analjsis. In each package are
two distinct medicines, a powerful recetable tonic that
I ;n ,v, ., r,,i n wt nf Villa th.it will
iftxtpn in time will remove tha
inatpiomote its firit appearance. Price for the
I . - .l , .,
package 50 cents. For sale bv all druggists in the Htatj.
sept24 . Gen'l AgentGraef. Company.
fSitAKFRNIIEItU VEUETARLfi PILLS
atHESEcrlebratod mil STe la general use throughout the
. whole West, about 100,000 boxes' ate sold annually In
lennesiee.
Thptr nrnlnralnahln In the follawin? dlieases.all of which
proceed from aliowine the Dlgcttive organs to remain out of
order
Acidity of tbe Stomach;
Jaundlca;
Fevers;
Cottirencss;
Night, mare;
Dyspepsia;
Headaches;
fWeplessness;
1U1UOU9 uompiainu;
Want of Appetite;
Cramps and Cliollc;
Bowel ComplalnUj
.Nervous Affection;
Liver Complaints:
Nausea and Vomiting:
worms.
100 CIIRTIFICATES
from Physicians from every section of tbe United States, who
have used tnesn fins in their practice, may oe son, dj can
ing on the Acent and obtainioir
THE HEALTH ALMANAC FOR 1857.
of which ho hasjust received from New York, 50,000 copies
lor gratuitous mciriDuuon.
aucST IT College St., Nashville.
KltKAT DISCOVERY.
JAMES' NEURALGIA LIQUID A certain cure for Neu
ralgia, Rheumatism, Local Pains, &e.
This medicine has been bat lately introduced into Nash,
ville, but has already acquired a great reputstion.
Tha Hon.A. P.ShemwelljM. H. K.,certifles that ho was
nttackedwith inflammatory Khrumatism, and had the ser
vio.9nrtirn Pliriiclani.wha affjrdtd him no relief. He Was
unable toturn himself in bed, when tliij powerful linlmcn
cured him entirely in 24 hours. This fact is certified to by
three members of the Legislature, who were constantly with
him.
Price J! per bottle.
AL&.. JlAurvc.iz.ir-,ireiH,
nug27 fiaehvllle.
HERRING'S PATENT CJI AJffPION SAFES.
TYJE have been Appointed by S. C. Herring & Co
' ' Aeents for the above Sife?, which we will sell for
cash or negotiable piper AT THE MANUFACTURERS
PRICES 1H NEW YORK, with freight, exchange and
insurance added. We have now an assortment on hand
and request all those who are interested in the mailer lo
examine tbe evidences that go to prove, mat mis sale, is
cn INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE, and is BURGLAR
PROOF as far as valuable papers, notes, or money is con
cerned.
Several of these Sle3 have II ALL'S PATENT POW
DER PROOF LOCKS, which at the World's Fairiu Lon
don, in 1651, and at New York in 1S53, was awarded a
medal, as being lbs most perfect lock in tha world, niveu
mviKO Btcs picxeo or blown by Powder,
Hundreds of certificates are givan from all parts of the
world, in which valnable papsrs are shown to bare been
taken from these Safes unmjured, aftsr having been for
many hours, and sometimes for days, exposed to the most
intense beat.
Call aud examine tbem.
MACKENZIE & WILSON,
Eept24 tf 17 Collar- ntwt.
Ohristmas Dinner.
RIPE PEACHES, fJREEN CORN, AND
FINE TOMATOES.
IF you would have the above delicacies in penection for
your Christmas Dinners, put them up in tie
SELF SEALING CANS.
Manufacture! by us. which give uuiversal satislafactiun.
are rery easily managed, as cheap the cheapest as good
OS tue uesi uiaue oi ueavy no. very uareiuny Bumurcu,
Those who want them had better nuke earlr application.
as tbe demand is at present much greater than the supply.
septs MAUtvcaiit; & yil5u..
SPLENDID STOCK FAK.1I FOR SALE.
T OFFER tor sale the valuable tarm on which I now re
side, situated 27 miles south of Nashville and 14 miles
toulh east of Franklin, on the Nashville, Triune and Fay-
eltcville Turnpike. Said farm con'ams 750 acres ot land.
of which about three hundred ate in a high state of culti
vation, sixty acres in gras3 lots, aud the balance well tim
bered. This is one ot thebest stock farms in WillUmbon
county; as every tiild and lot is accessible to water
throughout the veir. Tbe improvements are of the very
first class, consisting of an excellent brick dwelling with
eight rooms ; also, brick kitchen, smoke house, good ne
gro houses, cotton gin, grist mill, barns, and stables.
mere are several ncvcr-iainuir springs on me piace, una
a well convenient to the hau.se. It is situated in an ex
ce'leut neighborhood convenient to schools and churches
Tho farm is susceptible ol division so as to make two
desirable places, A four horse s'.aje coach runs tri-week-ly
to Nashville directly by the place.
Tkiws One third cash, the balance payable in one and
two rears, with interest. Notes with good securities re
quired, and a lien retaiued for the purrhase money. Come
allyewnowantgood nomesunu loos tor yourselves; as i
am determined no sell.
For further information apply to me at Jordan'3 Store,
or on the premises.
Septl3 lm WSl. AliLlMM.
A CARD.
I AM manufacturing daily at my Eclipse Stove foun
dry in this eity, a good assortment of STOVES AND
HOLLO W-WARt,. viz: Orens. Pots. Skillets and Lidu,
Sad Irons and And-ironsof difierentpatters, lor the whole
sale and retail trade, at small proliu.
Also, Tin, Copper and Sheet Irou Ware, ol the best qual
ity, at low figures. A few fine chamber tctts of Brittania
Ware, and. iV l Kelrigerators, oa band and lor sale low.
1'articuur attention paid to iMoung and uulteriugwiiu
Tin or Copper.
Z-r UldUnnper, l'eter. llrass and Scrap Iron taken
in exchange for my manufactures. II P. DORRIS,
augi Lin no. n iKinege ttu. near oiurco t
NOTICE TO CO i S I li N Js K .
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, N. & C.R. R. I
Nashville, September , ISiO f
THE Draymen of Nashville having discontinued re
ceiving goods at the Depot, Consignees will hereafter
be notified of the arrival cf their goods and furnished with
a bill of freight due on same. Any one presenting the no
tice and paying the bill will be recognized as the autho
rised agent of the Consignee. Tbe responsibility of Ihe
road terminates with tbe delivery of the goods, and claims
for deficiencies and damages will not be allowed after de
livery unless by cousenL It being the duty of the agent
to have in his possession evidences of delivery, consignees
or their agents will be required to receipt for all articles
as delivered. Notices for all consignees whote place of
business or residence is not known, will be sent to the
Post Office. CliAS. W. ANDERSON, Ageut
N. B The object of the ab.ve notice is not to give
Consignees any unnecessary trouble, or ccmpel draymen
to assume responsibilities that do not legitimately belong
to their businoss, but simply to define tbe pos tion of the
road, leaving merchants and draymeu to make their own
arrangements. it-eptlS - u.J u. VI. A.
' jwDAVii)7oBnWREw plaster;
T II K Great CcmeJy lor RhoumalWm, Gout, Pain in the
Mdo. Hip, Hack, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula, Kin? b
Kvil, White .Swelling, Hard Tnmore, Stiff Joints, and all ni
ed uaiiis whatever.
Vhero this Plaster is applied palncanno exist.
It has Utn bei.efirial tn cases of weakness, such as Pain
and Weitkiio in Ihs Stomach, Weak Limbs, I.i.iT..;:.o."3, Af
fectum of tho Liir.es in their primary stages. It Jiroysin
flamauoi, by porsyiration.
James I. Ccju, Fickeus district, South Carolina, tcstiges
that, by its ueualune he was cured el Ilbenmatiein i a both
of his Li.sn,,.i several ) ear; standi nc.
I'ho folio, mpc wastunJodus by a respectable Physician
Itilieorp.!:
ilessrs. Yeovil A Moad Gents: I have been using yonr
Literwoit ami Tar Ilebrutv I'laalor very oxtensively iu my
practice for tbroo j tars past, and ins with pleasure tball
sttte ray Iwllcf in their superiority over all other prtldei,
with which I amacquaii.ted,f..nhepnrposesfor which they
sir rec.inimei.de.1. Tho Hebrew Piaster, especially, Is an
u.i t-r..rfl ru-i'uera If.r lucal pains 1 have also lound tt a mos
ovci.lteui liiitiu.i f.irSpmin. aad Bruises. It elves nm-s-aiiifucliui.
tvherevrr iitrd. SS 0SL1N.1I D.
Kuowille, tin.. March 4th. 1F."3.
liewaio .if l'..untotlrit3 and lasoliiiilations.
tbe nfcuuino nill in rauire have tho siunMnre of K.Tay.
lor ! il.e steel plate engraved oa tiie labelon metupol each
b.ix.
I'.ir. Insors arj adv iJ.e.l u.at u mean counterfeit of thu ar
tul -ti i. exiricio.
I ii- mine if tM byu, aiid by our agents appointed
tbio ut' be Sm'tft. and i. podlar Is sllowcj to sell iu Deal
ersa 'l f uiihasers jffuorally aio CHiin.vned aainn buying of
HiY butuiir regular u;reiils,olberwieotbeu'i)lheiuiposed up.
t.u by a worthless article. KfOVIL 4. MEAD.
HI Charlie!! alieet, .New Orleans, Sole Geneial Agents for
theSuutbern .'"tales, to whom all orders must Invariably be
addressed.
Sold also by Kwin Urolhers, Berry & Uemoville, A R
Ktvscos Thomas Wells and G V Ilendersholt, Nashville,
Teim.,and b all other lirugiists through tho State.
lnl'J-l5.1.Vttiw.
" i.Xn;horni: .v ailuim kad.
r-A liOXE" linghorne k Armlstead's Celebrated To.
OU bacco, just received.
aul-Uv bAp JOHNSON. IIORNK A CO
WALL PAIMSRS. 3.01)0
nieces 25 cent paper just re-
ceiret!; Fire Screens, large variety;
Trindad Paper Testers and CeuttrC
1'i-cen. on hand andforsaleby W. W. lftN.
umy7 23 Public Square, corner Deaderickat
PERKINS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
dec6-ly NEW ORLEANS.
: " NOTICE.
TWENTY THOUSAND bushel sRye wanted immedi
ately, for which the highest market price will bo
paid. H. 3 FRENCE & SON .
aug27tf-n
RAILKQADS, &C,
NAHVILLE. AND .CHATTANOOGA
Hates of Freight on Produce to
OH A RLE ST ON A ND SA VA NJ7A E,
TO TAKX irfIB OS AFPArTEH THE 1 -
nilST DAY OF J UNE ME3CF.
. A T a recent meeting of President and Superinfendenls1
ot- (be various Koads connecting xsoeimiie nun
Charleston and Sarunab, the following raUis of Freight,
werp adopted:
FinST CLASS.
Feathers, AYool, Flour in Sacks and Books, period 1 1 40
JSEUOiVll (JIjASS.
Beeswax, Ginseng, Pink Root, Cotton. Rope and
. Bagging, Hemp, Stcr Candles,' Soap, Lard and
Linseed Oil and Window Glass,' per 100 $1 00
THIRD GLASS.
Leaf Tobacco in hhds, per loo $0.
Whisky, per barrel ., ?3 00
Beef and Pork, per barrel...., 2 50
Flour, per bbl,., , t 40
Brooms, in lot of 60 dozen and upwards 1 00
To prevent overcharges the Agent of the N. fc C Rail
road is authorized to sign Receipts for the transportation of
the articles ab.re at the r.itcs as specified, until further
notice, II. 1. ANDERSON,
mayl4 B ro Superintendent.
P ENNSYLVA N I A R A I L RO Al .
THE RreatCentral Route, connecting the Atlantic cities
withWesleni.Nortb. western, and Sbuthwestern.States,
by a continuous Railway direct This road also connects'
si Pittsburg with daily line ot Steamers to all ports on
the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Sanduiky witb
Steamers to all portion the Northwestern I.akc3 ; making'
the most direct, cheapest and reliable rouU by which
FREIGHT can be forwarded to and from the Greal Tt,
Bates between rhiladelphia and Pittsburg :
100ft
Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- 60c per 1001b
ther, Ac , J
THIRD CLASS. An vi Is, Bagging, Bacon, I ,n, . nnn
and Pork (in bulk, l, Hemp. 1 f 503 PBr 100Ib
FOURTH CLiSS. Cotfee, Fish, Kacon, 1,.MP,
and Pork (packed,) Lard and Lard Oil, f 400 ?8r 100R
Flour tl per bbl. until further notice.
Grain 50 cts. per 100 lUs. until furthernotics.
Cotton J2per bale, not exceeding 500 Iba. weight, until1
further notice. " ?
XSf In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila-i
dolphia, be particular to marl: package " zia Philadefphif
fiaiirouu. vmius cuuiueu w tue iigents w tuia
Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with
out detention,
Fmacnr Agzmt-i. Harris, Wormley A Co., Memphis,,
Tennessee; It. T. Sasa & Co., St Louis; J. S; Mitchell A;
Son, Evansville, Indiana; Ihimtsnil, Bell and Mnrdock, and
Carter A Jewett, Lontsvillo, Ky.;R.C. Mcldrnm, Madison,.
Indiana; Sprigman & Brown, and Irwin A Co., Cincinnati;,
N. W. Graham A Co , Zanesville, Ohio; Leech A Co., No ,
54 Kilby street Boston; Leech A Co. 2 Astor House, New"
York; No.l William street, and No.S Batter Place, New
York: E. J.Snceiler. Philadelphia; ilngraw A Koon3. Bal-'
tinare; Geo. C. Franciscus, Pittsburg. '
H. II. HOUSTON, General freight Agent, Phila. '
H. J. LOMBAERT, Sup't.AUoona, Pa.
anS '5il, tlslj '57.
PENNS V L V AN I A R A I L K O A l ,
THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia
and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at I1., A. M., and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7, A. M. THE FAST LINE
leavw Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1. P.M., aud Pittsburg
for Philadelphia at 1, P.M. TUIv NIGHT EXPRESS
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia lor Pitbsburg at 11, P..M, and
1'iltsuurg lorrnuadciputa at iu, r. n.
The above linci connect at PilUburg with the Railroads
to and from St. Louia,Mo.; Alton. Galena and Chicago,
111 - 1 I. f.. 1 ( . .. I I- I- . 'V ,
111., i iuuhii'ii, uuiuj;iM ..iiu ifiuui lite, ' , ICliU
Haute, Miuiison. LaGivette and Iudiananohs.lnd.: Cincin
nati, Dayton.Springlield, Belleibataiu8, Sandusky, Toledo,
Cleveland, Colnmuus, Zanesvii!::, Masiillnn, and Wooster,
Ohio; abo, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New
Orleans, St. lats, ixmuvilleaud Cincinnati.
Through Tickets can be had to or from cither of tb
above plaeea.
For iurther particulars, s?e Handbills at the dillerent
starting points. Passengers from the West will find this
the shortest and moft expeditious route to Philadelphia
Ualtimore, -ew i oric or liofton.
THOS. MOORE, Accnt, Pattmitr Linn, PhUada.
J. MESKIMEN, Agsxt, 'lusn yer Lime, PttUrtrg.
Philadelphia, lS5rt--janS ly
THE SHORTEST AND JIOST DIRECT
ROUTE TOTHE-E-ISTHUN CITIES
FltOM AIJ, POINTS SOUTH AND WKSf.
Central OMo
AiND
ISallsmorc jiessI Ohio
RAILROADS,
RUNNIXO TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OMIO, AD
BALTIMORE, 23 HOURS!
BAGGAGE CHEJKED T1IUOUGH!
THE ONLY ROUTE by which through tickets lo Wash
ington can be procured, to which point as well a to
Baltimore, it is the shortest, most direct and in every re
spect the most reliable route. It is the only route by which
purchasers of Through Tickets to New York are enabled
to reach the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
York, at the cost ora T ickt' to New York only, thui en
abling Business Men and Travelers for pleasure or infor
mation to visit fjur of the principal citiesin the Union for
less cost than can be afforded bv any other route.
And it ih the only route by which Through Ticketa can
be had to Richmond. Norfolic. Winchester, Fredericksburg,
and Petersburg, Va , Charleston, t-'avanr.ah, Macon, At
lanta, Augnsta, Berklev Springs and Bedford Springs.
Passengers from Ka8uville take the Stae Coaches ol
Carter & Thomas, or sleani?rson tho Cumberland liver,
to lxiuisviLLi?, connecting there with the United Stales
Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with the Jcffcrsonville
Railroad to Indimapolis, Ind., make direct connection at
Columbus, Ohio, with the Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel
ing, whence close connection with the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad is made lo Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
de'phia and New York.
3J Passengers holding Throcgh Tickets f-om Mem
phis are transferred at Cairn to the cars of tha Illinois
Central Railroad, from thence passing through Terre
Haute, Indianapolis. D.iyton andXeniatoColuinbui Threo
Dailv Trains leave Columbus, at 10 A, M., S:G0 1. M. and
12 P. M.
J57" Travelers are requested to notice that while this is
tbe only rmite afl' rding Through Tickets to all the Eastern
(lilies at the same rate as charged by other roules to AVir
Turk oi ly, it ii alio tho Ehwrtest, most ppecdy and direct
to all the leading poiubs in the East. The distance from
Columbus to Baltimore 13 only 57b miles, being about luo
miles shorter to New York, than by any other route. There
are less changei of ears by this route, anj consequently
less dotcntioo, than bv any oilier.
Vi The road is ballasled with broken stone and is
entirely free fnmi dust
For turtherinformation, please applytoD. G. RU1ISEY,
Agent, Nashvilla, Tern.
For Through Ticket apply in Louisville at the office of
the U. S. Mail steamers, or at lh Jeifsrsonville Railroad
Ollice, Main street. WM. S. WOODSIDE,
Master Transportation 11. A O. R R.
JOHN M. KHAKI', Oeueral Western Agent.
june 25
TO MERCHANTS.
WE desire to call the attention of Merchants visiting
Nashville for tho purpose of purchasing their Fall
Stock of Goods, to our very complete and extensive
stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, GUNS, PISTOLS, Ac.
We are gratified in being able to offer tn the Trade a
most complete and extensive assortment of TABLE AND
POCKET CUTLERY, embracing every variety of style
asd quality, which is daily being increased with fresh ar
rivals imported direct from the princ.pal manufacturers
in Kurop. which we aro prepared to sell at very low
figures.
Pur stock or HARDWARE in all the variolic is prob
ably more complete and extensive than any that hare ever
been otTered in the Nashville market We also keep a
large St ck of Cotton, Hemp and Manilla Cordagn of all
sizes, Dnfour's Boiling Cloths, Machine Belling, Steam
Packing aud Hose, Rivets ol all kinds, Iron, Brasi and
Copper Wire, Sheet Ziuc, Block Tin. Farming Imple
ments, Crn Spellers, Straw-cutters, What Ihrushers.
Page's Patent Portablo Saw Mills, Ac , Ac All are invited
to ejcinnne our slock before purchasing elsewhere.
MACEY A HAMILTON,
sept7 47 College street.
CIRCl'LAK SA V.s ANDSAW JLYN DRILLS".
.4 LARGE lot r.l Circular Saws and Mandrills of all
.rt. sizes just received by MACKY A HAMILTON.
PLANES ANI IIKACIW.
JUST received the very largest assortment of Planes
and Braces and BilU ever nffered for sale in Nash-
ville. MACEY A HAMILTON.
SAUSAGE CUTTERS
WE have just receive! a lot of i&nmge' Cullers a
snpenor article every house keeper should have
one (sept7) MALEY' A HAMILTON.
IMPORTED MALTA JACKS.
TT'ORialeat my Plantation, in Williamson county, fo
J? cash or on time. FIVE BLACK. JACKS, three years
eld, imported from the Island of Malta, of pure blood.
jyS 6md4tw. JAMES H. WILSON.
'WAS FOJl COUNTRY HOUSES AND
STEAiWROATS PATENT BENZOLE GAS.
county and State Rights for Sale. The only
Tl 1 .. . i .... 1. : . ,,, - .... .
litiuum mucaiuc mill win give agooa ugnv.
THE entire apparatus is simple; occapies but little room,
requires little or no attention except winding np,
Ths expense is one third less than ordinary Coal Gas;
and makes the most handsome and cheapest light in the
nuiiu. i.iuu iq pracitcoi operation at Hender
son & Bros., Daaderick street
Anv persons wanting their houses lighted can be sup
pled immediately, tbey having made a contract for tns
mruisuing bi uaviasoa county, ana solicit orders.
Information concerning State and County rights, can be
oau oy applying to WM. WAKNE,
ang 21 Cherry Street, Nashville.
POSITIVE SALE AT COST OF"
FI1VE JEWELRY,
CONSISTING of Ladies' and Gentleman'
BREAST PINS, FINGER KINGS,
LOCKETS AND EAR-KINGS Alio,
GOLD AND SILVER WATHOES.
VEST CHAINS. SEALS AND KEYS.
GOLD PENS. PENCILS, Ac, Ac
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
I will sell my entire Stock of Jewelry, AT COST, on
iucc buu mi uiuuius creau, ior approved notes, satis-
aug31 lm Commission Merchant, No. 56 College st.
1500
CASfES OF ROOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
FOR TIIE FALL TRADE.
Robertson & Bashicll,
NO.U COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE.
WE have now In Store a very large Stock ofBoota, Shoes
and Hats, to which we wish to call tto attention of
Country Merchants and tho public generally, and which vr'
will tell low. Our Stock Is much farcer than baa ever been
offered by the house, and wellselected.
We feel confident that merchants laying in their Fall and
Winter Stock, will find it totheir inu-iest to call and examine'
our Stock before purchasing elsewhere, and we pledge our-'
selve to give general satisfaction to all who may favor us
n 1.11 ,4 iail.
Oar Rtiail Stock has been verv carnfutlr naI.Ma.1 . '
feel no hesitancy In saying that those who purchase in this!!
uuo. win uu jueaseu upon an examination ot our Stock.
We ask you to caltauJ e'xamino some of tbe finest Stock In
the market.
Our Stock of Brogans for Plantation use Is very full and'
can'tbe beai.
ne respectfully Invite the Planters to give ns a call.
anc30 2m a
NEW AND DESIRARLE GOODS.
Snyder & Frizzell
AKK now receiving and opening fresh end deslrabla roods
suitable for the city and country trade.
consistiso or
Ladies' fine Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed.
" " " with heels,
" " Kid Front Lace Gaiters,
Kid Side " thick and thin sole,
" " Black fasting Gaiters, " .i
" " " ' " with heels,
" " Coneress Gaiters,
" ' Kid Boots, thick and thin soles,
l u 44 ' ' with heels
" " White Kid and Satan Slippers. '
' Tuilet Slippers, plain and fancy,
ALSO
Children and Misses shoes ol every description.
ALSO '
Gfntlenians'wear of every descriotion.
Their slock uf heavy goods is largo and of good quality
In short, all persons wishlngajoods in their line will and It to
incir luirxvi hu tan ai .0.3, ruuuc aqaare.
ang:!" SNYDKR A FRIZZELL.
NASHVILLE BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY,
No 17K South Front Street,
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
,4 II. COOK, practical Bell and llrass Founder, Bucces
xl. sor to Wefler & Cook, is prepared to manufacturj
to or er. Bells for Churchee, Steamboats and Plantatija
Also, Steam Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Gu P,
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Hose and Salt Well Joinl l Gun
MouutinL'. Anti-1'riction Metal.
All work madeby me with neatness and disp - , of the
best material, at low prices, and warranted. anl 9 ly
ALEXANDER ill. WALLACE,
General Commission Merchant,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
WILL OIVK f FECIAL ATTEBTION TO THE SALE OF
BA CON, LARD,FLOUR, TOBACCO,
&c, fcc., &0.
sires to
C Wallace, Knoxville, Tenn., Toole, Bro. A Co., Mary
ville, Tenn., II T Cox, Louisville, Tenn., J Donaldson,
Union, Tenn., Johnson & Uair, Madison ville, Tenn., Brab
ron A Bro., Sevier county, Tenn., Fains A King, Dan
dridge, Tenn., VaugnA Pickle, Sweet Water, TennH
M Jackson, Athene, Tenn., Poullain, Jennings A Co., Au
gusta, Ga., John Cunningham, Greensboro, Ga., F W Lu
ca, Athens, Oa., John Wingticld, Madison, Ga., Carhart
Bi.fl'. Macon, Ga,. F T Willis, Savannah. Ga. nov7 ly
4URAU CO.VLKT. I. L. JOIIMSON
CON LEY A: JOHNSON,
(Successors to McCIuro A Moore.)
No. 10 Hrontl, aud No. 91 South Market St.,
Nnshvillc, Tetyi.
KEEP constantly en hand all kinds of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, plain and ornamental; also, Tin
ware, Grates, Ac, Ac
Hoofing and Spouting done with neatness and despatch.
Sheet Iron and Copper work for Boats, Rolling Mills,
Furnaces, Foundries, factories and Stills, done as cheap as
tnecheapest. janlS ly.
V. W. RUSSELL. T. J. SCOTT. O. N. CAE! CO,
RUSSELL, SCOTT Ai CO
WHOLESALE OROCERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 50 BaoAnwar, Nasuvillx, Tesnissec.
NEW RANKING HOUSE.
JOBS D. JAUE3. .A. WHELISS. DAVID D. JAMI
JOHN D. JAMES Ac CO.,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Rank of Nnshvillc,
XASUVILLE, TE.VA'.
II. LANIER CO.,
(Successors to Hart A Hollingsworth,)
svr
6 Market Street. Nashville,
WHOLESALE tJROCERS i D EALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
oct2S niTw
DYERS At CO.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
UARTSV1LLE, TENNESSFK
will rcr.cn.tsK oa sell raoncci anu fuueaarr or xvsur
upr23 liEscnirriox.
FARE KEDUCl'D TO 7 FROM NASHVILLE TO
JACKSON, TFNN.
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and
Wurnesboro. For scats apply at the General Stage
CtCce. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days, at F,4 a. m. dec22 tf.
1 ltlltAttY OF WIT, KOMAMIK AND ItACLNLSS
.A ueiuir iranaiauousirom me creucu, new euuiuo, Beau
tifully illustrated. Catalogues sent free, on enclosing at
tnree-eent stamp lo tl. a. U. hul l ti a. uu.,
may29 w6m. Box 4210. New York. V O.
PROPOSALS
FOR Sl'E
FOR PURLIC
ItUILDING.
SEALED proposals will be received by Jesse Thomas
Eta . Surveyor. Samuel H. Anderson. Eea- PostUaaler
and Jacob Mcuavock, Esq., until tbe twenty-fifth day of
ccpiemoer next, ior u tuiuic aue lur a uuimior ior iua
accommodation ol the Custom Douse, Post Offico, United
States Courti, and Steam Boat Inspectors, at Nashville,
Tenn. Corner Lots will be preferred, and none are Eligi
ble that are less than one hundred feet by one hundred
reel, JAMES GUTHRIE,
sept7 tt. Secretary Treasury.
WAsnisoTorr, D. C, Ang. 29, '57.
SOUTHER LOTTERY 1
On the Havana Plan.
MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS r
7,B03 Pjizes.
$102,000!
Onlr I5.0OO' Nntnbsrs I
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION I
JASPER CO UNTT A CADEM T LOJ2ER T;
a; Acrnoiurr or rue etaii or ocoucti.
CLASS
To be drawn on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 1336,:
At Concert Lfnll. Macon. Ga.. under the Sitorn Suncr-
ialbndenee of Col. Geo. MLogan end Jas A, Nisbet,
Falrocs will please cximine this Schema crefnllv-
coTDpare it with anv other, tud if n is not the best ever
- offered, and the ctaices to obtain Capites for better, dou'!
purcu&se iicaeis.
CAPITAL 115,000.
1 Prixeof...-.
1 " ., ,
i
. 2 .
5 "
75 "
20 Approximations of.
60 "
50 " '
100 "
f 15.0C0 is
, 5,000 is
2,1)00 is.....
1,000 are.....
500 are...,
100 ara....
4 )5J are...
.... 25 aie...
20 are...
v10 are..-.
....iSK are...
..15W
.. Z "'0
.. a,ovrti
v,tw0
.. 7.50
.. i,coo
1,250
1,000
l.Ot'O
.. 63,750
7,600 Prizes of
7,B05 Trues, amenntingto
.tio2,eoo
"Tickets f 10; Halves, 5; Quarters, f2 50.
The 7.500 Prizes of3W. are determined hv the number
which draws the S15.UU0 Pru'3-;f tbat Lumber should be
an odd cumber, then every odd number ticket in tbe
ocneme will ba entitled to f 5 5 i ilea ereu nuc, ter, then
every even number tick.t will ba et.tii!ed-M ?5 5s, in ad
dition to any oi!:tr 1 1 ij wu-cu cuy hv dn.se; -Purchasers
in Luviij' uu tqtul oaamitT of odd sn'd evea
number tickets will be certain i.f drewtiz -nediir one-half
tne cost of tne same, nun cl.aLCtt lI ocaimrg otter
rnxes.
AU those tickets ending with 0, 2, 4, 6. S, are evee all
those end idc with 1.0, 5.7. 9. are odd
t3T Persons sendinc monrt cvmul prelect fear ttj
being lost. Orders punctually utwided to. Communica
tions confidential. Bank NctcS of eouad liinkj taken hi
par.
fcv inose wisning particular cuicbor sbouiu order
ivasnviiie, Tennessee, wui Dopromptiv aitcndei to
JAMIVH r Vtl.Vl.fcK,
scpil7 Manager, Macon, Ga.
MAMMOTH SCHEME 1
CAPITAL PRIZE
$50,0002
AIjABAJIA IOTTEKY".
Authoriped by tbe State of Alabama.
SOUTHERN
MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY I
CLASS H.
To be' drawn in the City of Montgomery, Alabama, in pub-it-
T711 1 M r nrtTi -1 .-. ilei .l.
PLAN OF SINGLE SUMBtRSI
SAMUEL SWAN, Manager.
PRIZES AMODNTING- TO
200,000 Dollars !
will be distributed according to the following unrivalled
acneme.
1 Prize of. J50.000 U. . . , f 50,000
1 " 20,000 is 20,000
1 20,000 is 20,000
1 " 10,000 18 lU.OOO
1 " 10,000 is 10,000
1 " 5.O0O U 6,000
2 " 2,500 are.: 5.000
2 " X.WWare 2,000
!0 " 500 are 10,000
i0 ' 30Oare 15,000
5 " 200 are 15,000
O " lOOare 10,000
5 " 60 are..". 7,500
arrbUAiiiAiiuA i-niica.
4 prixes of 400approxi'atiag to $ 50,000 prize are $1,600
800
250
25,000
1,200
20,000
10.000
10,000
! 5,000
2,500
1,000
500
800
200
i;ooo
seo
700
600
439
,.202
175
1P0
6J
40
S
25
20
320
2,800
5000
6,000
1,000 prizes amounting to
200,000
WHOLE TICKETS, $10; HALVES 5; QUARTERS,:? 2.
Tbe Alabama and Georgia Lotteries, as channels for in
vestment, present inducements over any kuon scheme.
Thoexperience the public have bad of tho management of
tnese lmenes, tne large amount ot pnzassoia.tne prompt
ness with which thev have been paid, are the best guar
antees that tbey will always be conducted in the most
nonoraoie manner.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
Thsre are 30.000 Tickets numbered from 1 to 30.000.
Theie are SS0 full Prized and 621 Approximations mat
ing in an louo prizes.
The drawing takes place in public, under the superin.
tendance of two sworn Commissioners.
Tbe Numbers from i to 30,000. correspondinc with
those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate li. of
paper, are encircled witn smau un tunes, aua placed iu
one wheel.
The first 330 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another wheel
Tbe wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from tbe wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize
is drawn from the other wheel. Tbu number aud Pnza
drawn out are opened md exhibited to tbe audience, ami
registered by the Commissioner, the Priz bein pUced
against tbe number drawn. This operation la repeated
until ail lutj Tizcaure urawa uuu
A pfeoxim ATto.t Prizes. The two preceding nnd it two
succeeding Numbers to those drawing the Urst us'Pnzj
will be entitled to tne biid Approximation rnzco, uccoruing
lo the Scheme.
IN ORDERING TICKETS.
Enclose the money to our addicts for the Tickets order
ed, on the receipt of which they will be forwarded by first
mall.
The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after the drawing.
rurcnasers wiupiease write tneir signature plain, give
Iheir Post Ollice, County and State.
rT ttememoer tnat every prize is arawn, and payable
in full without deduction.
VSf All prizes of tl.000 and unJer. ptid immediately
after the drawing other prizes at the usual time of thirty
days', in full without deduction.
All communications strictly connaenual.
Orders for Tickets shonld be sent i a early.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets at
either office.
Orders for Tickets can be addressed either to
S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga ,
S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.,
stptlO or J. Y. HUOOINS, Box. 3 Nashville.
Sewanee Mouse,
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WILLIAM RORERTS, Proprietor,
(late or l yhie sratsGs.)
THE subscriber has recently taken this well SJsSj
known establishments is refitting and thor-
oughly renovating it, and hopes soon to have it in "ItSS
such condition as not to be inferior to any house in tin?
city. The Proprietor hopes by bis exertions and th e of '
his Assistant, Mr. Craddock, who formerly presided at
tbe City Hotel to be abloto make his bouse worthy of be
ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains
Bhall ba spared on his part, to merit the approbation of
those who mar favor him with their patronage. He res
pectfully solicitsa trial of bishouse.
leoiio QtWAW ti vvsi. KOIifc.lt IS.
"Vr-W RICE. 10 tierces new ICice just received per
X Bailroad.andforsaleby JOSEPH NASII,
sepuio iw a. h. cor, uollege and spring sla.
1 OH iJAl,s Smith A Beden's fcxtra ramiiy Flour, just
JLUU received and for sale by
JOYflT. BYRNE & NOLEN.
je!9 tf U road way.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE AT N1RIIT.
Benj. F Shields
WILL HOLD nUBIXO THE SEAS03 HH BCGULAR ETCNI.NG SALES
OF DRY-GOODS AND VAltlETIES,
On WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each week, at
early gas light. BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
sepizS 11 4Z i-uoiic cquars.
FEATHERS WANTED.
THE highest market price will be given for new
Feathers. BENJ. F. HUlftLDS.
septSS tf 4- fublic square.
RESIDENCE FOR SAL ft.
T OFFER for sale my House and Lot in tdeheld, j
JL
within ten minute's walk of the Public Square. I
T6e Lot fronts ona hundred and forty-five feet on J
tbe Gallatin Turnpike, running back two hundred and
fifty feet to a street. The improvements consist of a com-
. .11 Tl , ,,- T - -. I n. . , . .
lortaote nnct uweiiiDKt Aiicneu, cistern, tw,ac
Terms libsral. Apply atfco. o Pnblic pquare
arpl25-lm A. U. WASHINGTON.
FARE REDUCED TO $12 SO
mm
FROM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS.
VIA. Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia,
Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Na&h
ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at C, a. m. Ap
ply at the General Stage Ollice, opposite tbe Post Office.
aecva u.
WHEAT, WHEAT 20,o00 bushels hed aud
White Wheat wanted immediately, lor which we
will pay the highest market price in cash.
lUlJi DlKATAUri tllH
WHEAT AMD If AJUn.
WE desire to purchase Wheat and Bacon, for which
we will pay the highest Market valne in cash.
2 JOHNSON, HORNS A CO.
STEAMERS
NEW YORK, BREJLEN i. SOVTiSAMPON
TOITED STATES HAIL STEAHEK8. i
rTU.ItiilH0B,PrilnJtWi line are WA8H-
ANN, Capt. Edward Higrtns. ThVsa stea-5
1 IT 1 1 J ('JIM rs. I.. . lint.
mersstop atsoutharopton.both gomgand retnrntnjr
--. nr OAILIIO xejo
From South-
From From
Stvr York. Bremen.
HEKHANN Jan".1 SS Sa
WASHINGTON.. .Feb 23 Mar" 22
HEKiIAN....,...Mar ta April i
WASHINGTONApril J9 May 17
HERMANN. ...... May 17 Jane 14
WASIUNGTON..June 14 July 14
HERMANN July 12 Aui 9
WASHINGTON..n 9 Pent fi
1IKK.M.VNN Seut 6 Oct 4
am ptnn fnr
Saw York
Vredoesday
Feb.
Mar
April
May
Juna
JaT
Aug
Sept
Oct
Nov
Dc
- 2f
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rf
3
WASHINGTON. ..Oct 4 Nor 1
HHl.'M US Nov 1 Not 23'
WASHINGTON.. .Nov 2D DCc 27
Sec
Slotti'tt,airsathamDton.both roinr and returnmr. thv.
ouer paT-ei. -jr j proceeuingto Lonaun ana Havre, aavaniagea
Pajsaice from Now York to Southampton and Bremen, First.'
Cabin fraloon, 130 dollars; First Cabin, Lower Saloon; 11(1
dollars; Second do. CO dollars. 1 ,
AH Iettari and newjpapcrs must pass through the Post Of
fice. ,
No bills of ladin? will faA riittiaH nr narrilrprAlrr(t An tniT
r 1: "
an eiperieuceu burgeon 11 attached to each ship.
For freight or paasaie apply to
c. H.
. &Aiu,ji tiouto wmiamatroct. New York.
a A. UEINHKBN tt CO., Bremen,
CKOSKBY & CO-Southampton.
WM. 1SEUN, Havre.
Jan23-lyi
EXl'RESS NOTICE.
XHEiOPIIIS AND CHARLESTON RAIL-
ItUAI).
rpHE "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad ar
JL ranei mtnts witb tbe above Railroad for a Dailv Fjx.
pxcss Lino, and are Mr nrrraiwl tn tu.ifa init rnra.,H
Fruight, Packages, 4c. by Passenger Tralua to IInDtsville,:
uttsmt, luscumoiisca iniermeaiate stations on ma 11.
A C. and N. A O. Railroads. Small Packages at reduced
rates.
J37 Messengers leave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock, a m.
ZSJ" Friiihts to be forwarded bv Exnress will b esllj.il
ior wiuujui extra cnarge, A. tv. uuiiT,-
aprv Agent.
CARIN PASSAGE FROM CHARLESTON"
TO NEW YOtttf,
THENTY-FIVE DOLLARS,
United States Mail lime
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM
SHIPS.
Throcgh in iS to 53 Honrs.
SE1C1-WEEKLT.
Nashville, 1S00 toes. M. Berry Commander.
Marion, 1600 tons, W. J. Foster, Commander.
Jas. Adger, 1500 tons, S. C. Turner, Commander,
Houtherncr, 1,000 tons. Thos. Ewan. Commander.
xivjgcr o nuuTC)i,t:v;ery neasesn
day and Saturday after the arrival of thai
cars irom tne ssoutti ana Wet. "at nurn
waUr."
These StcamshiDS were all built exnresslv for this
Line and for safety, speed and comfort are unrivalled on,
the Coast. .
Tables supplied with evervluxurv. Attentive and conr.i
fitniia nnhlmflnfl,M mil inm.a rWr.ltunliv It.:. II..'
every puuioie comion ana accommodation.
uaDinpassage, $cs
Steerage passage................... (3.
Forfreiehtur passage, having elegant State Rjtm A
eommodations, applyto
iUliUT MIHHKOOM.
Corner East Bay and Adgerb South Wharf, I
feblS'5t tf Charfeston.S.C !i
'i. I
THE MOST DESIRARLE STOCK ON THE;
MAKILET. 1
The attention ot Speculators is particular! v callad tn tl.c
jiamuceu i ocuems 01 too
SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY,
To be Drawn FRIDAY. O0T. 10. 1S5R. which nib.ibw
r 11 . .1.1 i- . t J
In addition to others, the fi!owing Brilliant. Prizjs
ANY ONE OF WHICH CAN BE HAD FOR $10.
1 Prize of $50,000 !
1 Prize of $20,000!
1 Prize of $20,000 !
1 Prize of SI 0,000 !J
1 Prize of $10,000 !
1 Prize of $5,000 !
" " 2 Prizes of $2,500 !
&c.. &c, &c.
No time should be lost in securing Tickets.
WHOLES, J10; HALVES, 5; QUARTERS, $2 50.
Orders can be addressed to
S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
or J. Y. HDRGLVS
oct4 td . Box 3. Nashville.
3" For further particulars see Scheme in another
column.
4l
tor tho Complete Cure or Cotiglm, sjoltls,
Influenza, .lttmin., Uronckitt,SpltUniC
nr Itlood and nil otlier Lung- Cotnolnlutv
tending- to Consumption.
ritiiib preparatlou Is getting Into us all over our country.
J- The numerous letturi we receive from ur minuii.
gents, UformiDB; us of cures effected lo their Immediate
neighborhoods, warrant us in saying it la one of tho boat, if
not the very best Cough Medicine i.ow beluro the public
It almost lnvariablv relieves and not nnrronnantiT rnru
tbe very worst eases. When all other Congh preparation
have failed, this has relieved the patient.as Druggists, deal
ers In Msdiclnes, and Physicians can testify. Am the Ageut
to your nearest town, what haj been his experience of tho
effects of this medicine. If ho has t.u selling it for any
length of time he will tell yon it Is the best medians extu.t.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we have receiv
ed Uailyregardltig the virtues oflhls medicine.
Dr.S. S.Uslin, or Knoxville, Ga., says: I have been
using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my prac
tice lor thres years past, and, Ills with pleasure 1 state my
belief In iu superiority over all other articles with which 1
am acquainted, for winch it is lecomuieuded.
iuessrs. ruigeraia i;renners,wrttlugfrom Waynejvlllo,
M. C, sajs: "The Liverwort and Tar Is becoming daily
raoro popular in this eountrv.&nd we thmt instiT.n. ah
who have tried it speak la commendable terms of it, and jay
itis very beuenclaltn allerlatinir the r.nnr.I1.i. nr uhirh u
Is recommended.
Oar Agent iu Pickons District, S. C, Mr. K. K. MeFall,
avuresusttiat he usesltwltb great beccUl In his own family
..icwuiuieuusii vu msueinburs." lie gives an Instanre
m negro woman in his vicinity, who had been soffaring
-!tn disease of the Lunirs for vears. ittrr.il,.l wiiii .rror
eMigb,who was roliee.t by the Liverwort and Tar.
Such are the irood reports we heir of thl Mj.tlln., frr.m
allparts of thob'outh. Fur a reporlof the surprising cures
lthasperfornieil lutbo Western anil Northern anil Ka-irn
States, wo would Invite the suffering patient to read the pam.
jmrei huku BuumjuiaieB eacn doiuo. 10 ai weaay, nava
ope, nave nopei
'Iry theMeilicinetl Ho warned In season!!! And nerlae
not that cough which is dally weakening your comtimuon,
irritating your throat and lanzi. and luiitlncon that drcnl-
dlscaso, Consumption, when si soothing ami healing a rem
edy can bo obtalnod as Kogers Syrnp ol Liverwort and Tar.
Ueware ofOunterfeitsaiid base Imitations. Thegenulna
aniale is signed Andrew Kogers, on tha ungraved wrapper
around oath bottle.
Price, One Dollar per HoUlo, or six Ilottlcs for Hvo Dol
lars.. Sold wholesale and retail by HCUVIL & MUAU.
Ill Chartres St. bet. Conli and Ft. Louis. N. O..Sole Aveni
or the Southern States, towhomall oni nut r,.,l
for Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by
L,wm moinrs, lierry i Dcmovlle, A. Koscoe.Thos.
Wells.aad G.W. ilendersholt. Njshtntr-. loan . n.l hvnll
other IlrnrpioUltrouzN tho Stato anb! .I.tlrlwly.
JOY TO THE WOULD!
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDY
Hurleys garsaioarilla.
OF all the romediej that hav? been discovered during the
present ago for the ''thousand Ills that flesh i?hcu to,"
none equal ibis wooderfal preparation. Only three years
baveetapsed slnceths discoveror( who spent a decade In
slndylng, experimentallxingand perfeelin ii) ltrt Introduc
ed it lo the public, and it is atready recognized by the most
eminent physicians In all psrts of tho country to be thr mrji
surprising and cSVctive reurdy fur certain (Lsrasrs of which
they have knowledge.
All other compounds nr syrups of the root have hlthorto
failfd lo command tho sanction of the family, because, on
tK'iot tested, they have been found to contain noilousingre.
dunu, which neutralize the good euecu of thesarsaparilla,
and eftentimes injore thu health of Ihe patient. Itis uotao
with Hurley's preparation.
This is the puio asd tenuino extract ofthn root; and will, on
trial, befouodtoelfecta certain and perfect cure of Urn tot-
lowingcompiaints aua aiseases
Atfectlou of the Bone,
Habitual Cojiitouom, -Indigestion,
Liver complaint,
Piles,
Pulmonary Diseases,
Hcrofula.or King's livll,
ueniiiiy,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
Dyspepsia
Erysipelas,
Female Irregularities,
Fistula,
And all Diirasesof ihe Skin.
Besides caring the above. It Is also knnwn ik..
and powerful toolc, purlfjlng the blood and iavigorxilnf the
syium.
in snort, it it without exception , in the caaea mentioned
and IU general euect uu the system. th.t mn.i ,gi,.,Ui,. .
It Is most desirable, remedy of the ago. It is already eaten-
eiTciy u.-cu tuiuugiiuui me country, ana u tlitohlainlngan
Karopero ropuution. The Instances of cures it has effected
are dally coming to the proprietor's knowledee.aod ha ha
nnhesitatlonin recommending it to one and all who desire to
prucure reiiei irum suuering. uot bottle being irttxJ, us er
lects will be looapparentto admit of farther doabt.
Kecollectllartey'sbarsaparillala the only gHouise article
In the market.
jrp Price one dollar per boltle.orslx for flvedollars.
Fur tale at the manufactory, corner of SevenrJi and Green
8trols. Louisville, Ky. Also, wholesale and retail byjl.tl.
BCOVIL, and ty dealers In Medicine throughout the united
States, Canada and Mexico. jan-dAwly
-' BERRY A DEMOVILK,
Wholesale Agents. Nashville
TTBltK
IS THAT SEAJISTRESS-IbavBa
tmnd Seamstress, and one of the very bast OAK-
fKNTKRS in Tennessee, for sale. Also a few extra Cocks.
(waranted to suit or no aula.) with various other negroes;
consisting of girls, boys, blacksmiths, Ac. Among them
are several extr good negroes, that I am desirous of sell
ing in the city. An good cooks will hire exceedingly high
next year, I think those in seed ot neb, had better call
aad bny while they are low.
ept23 REES W.P0RTPR.
DRY GOODS.
. XHOMPSOiy & COij
. , " FALL AND WINTER.
f JBfi&Y eo'O'DS.'
1 8 5 6.
THOMPSON dc CO., ara now opening a lareo andTlrfad
Uinrtmeat of FALL. ASD- WINTER UKY GOODS.
vvewouMask particular attention to our Stock, thla leason,
a being compvi&l ft every Utlng new aad detiraole-to b
tbunam tfce Evm rr.trkrti. wnlrh nr . .,.,1.1
15
; sell as cheap twany boas'o Ja tao eity. All we aik Is an txHo -
jDaiion or oarilocK. ip provalt. We tke Etext ploijursia
bowing oar good
... SUbrf.
have a largo lot of Silts on hand, varying from 80 cU.
peryaw toSlOOptfrpiltora. A besaUlul lias cf Silk4 t 81
p9c J?Kl w.Wch ,",!Uti'' any qnanitr to iclt purtharsj
SfLESDID i'LOOJi CED blLKS. Brocade Uoune.
.. .. Satin do
Jatpa do
31'
... - -. veivtt Terylaej
1 - fr evenings very hand-
-ime and nvj.rtripo and plsd silks of all kinJ. and qaU
tle., pUlu and rent cllfc, aiieoior; blacK SUka of aU kud.
Plain CiL3htnera ntHn,t. ot J: " '
iaim Jlennw. all kin. m. ...w' zrz. -
. " .MuiJtEiiQu.iitunj.:
taramethas.-Ta'mesa Ooths and iioandcz QotJ of alftinoai
I-ico Uoodi.
He would call the attention ni thu r .rfi.. , t-. w
Lace Goods. la it thev will Cad somathlB? m
price and taste.
fine al. lace Fellorine beantlfal artlcler
New stjle LaC0 iirsh very flae;
New style Va.l Lace Capes;
New style Val. Lacs 8etw very Una and entirely news
aewstyloFotntLace.do-
Aew stylo DUctThread Laco Setts very desirable;
' - i. Lace kHlars; .
Trunmed, do;
Handkerchiefs:
- Very rich Foint Lace iJrldaf Vdlr Hsnrrkershlefx-- Wr... in
match. Val. Lace; Point Lace; auperflao. Lace, and real
Thread Lace; a large assortment alwsyaoa hand.
ajniDroiacrtc.
New Style Embroidered iinsUu Setts,
.. .. Collars,
HaiidkerchieCj,
Embroidered Skirts, Embroidered dresses Job.
Jacunet and Swiss Trimmings large lot, k
Flouncing large lot,
Linen EdgIo; and Inserttor;,
Lmbroidereu iluslio Capt new and cheap,
-. Capes new and beaaifral.T
r,, .. . , 'or tUo Bablfjtj.
Rich Lmbrc-MeredStlk Uat new and. beautiful,
MertnoHau uewandbstatiiar,
Bonnets ..
(Silt Bonnets ..
Fine Embroidered Aleriao Cloaks,
- .. Blankets,
Embroidered bodies and baby dressesa of all kinds
' Fine Embroidered Alasltn and Lace trimmed Caps
Ihese things are very dssirable, being new and cissc.
IclL-boia.
Our stock, of Ribbons is very large and well assorted
Rich Moire Antique Hibbon, i
.. Brocade Kihbon, " .-'
.. Japa Stripe UibDon,
.. Maid ribbon,
Plain Ulbboaa of all kinds, and rich Sash Ribbons,
Cloaks nmt Sliaivls.
We have nowjn store a lar lot or new .it rtn.v. .. 1
Shawls and brails, or every Ufrcrjptlon ; '
nwi i eivev jaiuias,
.. .. Cloaks shawl pattern, new ,
.. Cloth cloaks new, J
.. Pluin cloaks very new,
Very Fine BrocheShawbj,
.. Stella Bordarad Sbiwli,
.. .. Flush shawls new
,Blr'ti,t8PI'dshawlIH kinds,
Gentlemea'aUavelingshawU, '
' Ladfei traveling shawls. , "
. icutlcmcn' ll'ear.
Klsh French laisuncrev new style
,. ' ; V.M r,VPel CasslmerBsn'ew ityle, -Plain
and i'lald casslmeres, of aU kinds.
UtMkFreacti Cassimeiei,
Cloth, -Rlae
French Cloth, '
Hieh Arelvet Vest patterns, -
.. uncut ..
RfchSilfc vest natlsra s -black ani run -
t EUh Caihmer Tevtpalterns. . s
uiiiujoi ""is-wear, ueauataoa's underwear, fiidlsr
Glares, Dtess Gloves, etc, eta. .
. "ives ana srrslery.
Ladles', Gectlumen's awl Child ro r.ln-r. tn ..t
ilety,. . r
Alexandre's Kid Gloves; Buck Skin OloTCS,
Cashmere and tiilk Glow, plash llol,
Alexandre Silk (plain) and Uaglan Gloves
Lisle Ueilln Gloves, lined and unfilled, "
Taffeta, Plash linal, Glov es, etc, etc
Black and Pearl Silk, and Flesh- colored Hose,
Ha w Silk Hose, Flush lined and plain,
Casfimere, Lambs Wool and Alpacca Hose,
Children's Fancy and Plain Woo. I Hose, of all kinds.
Citrtainti mid Curtain .Materials.
Secant Lace and Embroidered Muslin Curtains,
L'uibroldered Muslin Tor CurtaJos, by the piece,
hicl. fntm and German Damask,aR colors and kinds.
Giuip Tasels, Loops and Cornice, lo match.
Carncte.
In thla linetwe intend toexcelbrkeonlsithaii.u.v
In ihe etiy, and selling al reasonable prices. Having a larz
stock on hand, and being dsiiron, of selling at many as pot'
sibln before remuvlngto oar new honsa. n.inv i
be to the adnnt;a of those wish! or, to purchase CarpeU to
Uka alo.it atour stock before parchssing eliswhsrs.
Rich Velrel Carpels, flnsr than usually brought to this
market-
Kieh Bni3ls and Tapos' ry Cartels,
3 ply 'Engliih and American CarpeU,
Ingrain Carpets, of all kinds,
Cheap CsrTM-ti. ef every descrictlnn.
Fine Mosaic. Velvet and Brussels Kmi.
llrorand Parlor 31 its, increat varlorv.
liomrMtlc ".nil House I'urnUhlnrr Coeds.
.. u... ... . ,vvu m.m.a, ail iuamida,
Enelish and American Chlntx, all qualities,
English and American Prints, in great variety, ...
Ballard Vale Flannel, something that will not shriek,
Webb and French Flannels, vary flrie. ;
f CI I. 1 1 , '
ujtij r rnuiiei,aii colore,
iiay titale FUnntU, white (freatjeb.) ,
Linen Table Diaper, aU kluK,
ltamjsk Table Cloths and Kapkins, 1
Colored Table Clot hi aad Napkin to malcn.
Knstaheetrr3,allqaalhles.
l.'uiicjidlluskabacWToweliDj
Fine Lm,;t Towels.
Wa have en hand a Urge stock of Staple Uoodi of ejvtry
THOMPSO.f & CO."
SlPabUcEqaar.
scpC
WATSOS1I.C06XI. ii3r-tsjr.8in.T.
Lot of Gouisiere' 3imn. mcLO ooDJaali.
COOKE, BAILEY & CO.,
wnoLxsaiE OKiixai ix
ROOTS, fSIIOKS, HATS, CAPS, RONIflETSr
. , AtC, AtC.
SOUTH SIDE 'PUBLIC yqrjAKK PASTILLE, TE5N.,
-
WE are now arranging Kir rale our FIST STOCK of
tha above (Joods, which, having been carefully se
lected, acd parchaMxi upon tbe monUrorable terms, trill
be Mood well worth the attention of lerchants.
We iBvite an inspection of this Stock, confidently be
lieving that we cut supply th'ise who may favor tfvvllh.
their trade. With handsome aud durable Goods attuch
pricea as roll enable them to cimpeta saaessfollytrith
Merchants who piircuaseat Philadelphia,
tif Our term of credit is gtr months to r-lialU dealtrt:
and e will moke a liberal discount to CasA iayerl.
ang22 d2m COOKK. itAlLKf ACQ.
PI,Vi0, ilKLOUEONS. 3IUSIC, Ac.
THE undersigned has just received and opened for in
f pection. Urn largent stock tf Pianrn, JlelodconS and
Jlusicul Mercliandko ever offered in tha City of Roaks.
The attention of everybody is. invited lo examin and
iadgo far ihemtelves As mine U strictly a ilwto Best
nbs, purchxseis may rely npou getting the very best ar
ticle.'uRd at the lowest renum.rative prices. To whole).
sale customers I will sell nta. per cent on Eastern prieet,
m that thuy can save freight, besides dingers of tours,
portation. .Schools and touchers supplied upon tho very
best.terms.
sepl-21 lot J. A.McCLTJRB.
I.ANO WARRAiNTtjlSOUGilTORLOCATKW
iWlLLjuy cash for Land Warranty. I will also buy
old Mi.viouri and Arkansas Land Patents, issued abont
lsl3, tosoljiera of -ilx.
' I am alio prepared lo locate Land Warranla in Sooth
Western Alasuori, on th line of ihe Sonth Western Mis
souri railroad, in connection witbagentloiua who has had
tbe selecting of more than 2,i'00,t(w acrra of taiiroad land
along tlieaHlecf this rtd. For farther particulars, terms,
Ac , enquire of tho undersigned on Cedar street, over tha
Ptiat OlHce. (wpilo, J. O. FELLOWS
l.ANO fOli SAL.K.
IF application be mada wiibin one month, I will sell on
accummodatiug terms lG'-i acres of Land, eight miles
from Nabviltp. on thjCalialm turnpike, at or near the
first LVpoi cf the Naihville ana Louisville Railroad. ThU
land i.i well improved. about seventy ocrta cleared and
the balance in wood . II u tbe place formerly owned by
Judge Uileb, and known as lioeemunte. The soil b su
perior, and the neigbcorhood one of the best in tha county.
sepiM lm A. H. SHANKLAND, Agent.
SS Cherry atreeL
I HE S HCUSU AtiSV Alt EilHRinOPf
or ins
TENHE53EE AIECIANIC3' INSTITUTE,
Will be held at Odd Fellows' Hall and the Stat Fair
Ground in the city of .Nashville,
OCTOBER IStb TO THE 20th, 1S33,
In connection with
THE STATE FAIR,
And ihe Fair of the
Davidson County Agricultural Society.
MEUtlA.NlCS.llanuiaoiuieni, Artists, tha Ladies ad
who wish to display the results of their labor, skill,
lopenn.ty or taste, whether prized for use or reriojiir, are
luvited to contribute such. articLa for this exhibitiod.
Articles oi a delicate or perishable character will ba de
posited at, the Hall, Machiuery and heavy or bnlkv artidaa
urtieleH wilt bo shown atthogrorxid of the State Fair, at -both
of which places the most favorable arrangements ore
being made for the display of all articles contributed.
Tbe Hoard of Directors confidently appeal to thecitixBS
of tho fltat to land their eacourageraent to this Fair,
which can beat bd.dona by rendering it worthy of publio
tia'.ronare.
- CircnlarH containing fall particulars of tbe arrange.
.uituuiaum cau on application to eimer or tee unas.
signed. WlLlJAM3T0CKEL,Ptwident,
ALEX. MACKENZIE, Suparin't.
.septU tf . JJc'. AlOOGAIv, Secretary.
TO TJ1K 1'URLIC.
HAYING full possession of my Auction Rooms I am
ready to receive cossignments.
BEHJ. F. SHIELDS,
aept9 1 No. 13 Publio Squaw.
-IWirTlli -Wri
ill learsiie IV iisa
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