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CHARGE OF GHEBULE.
BCKSAY) A'E'St , STUfcY 31-4.,
1T NisSriifsWiOtli A. H. AM 6 P.M. -'
" 4CjTtaso!lt5A)i.M.tad 5:3). P. II.
AirirstChattsacraat&-apA. u a4 8;0U P. M.
leave Chrttuogar4C:33A ai.ri4'a8sVjI-
Antra ajaftvCrfsVll:50 j H. sad'l 3or. - '"
B0tnTf3SiBartnr close eeanecUenr last and YTet aV
Etevrasnn. with iUapbii and Charleston and- other JiHl
rOfcit 13 New Orleans and other anthr-, rltlx.an t ffv.ll..
noogs, wlti. the aeijg1ttBad.Jl7 BUh.otLer?ai;
funplnr, thraagb. Georgia, South Carolina and Alahama, sod
with ts t Tesrjea thd Get rxi JUUrcadtt Ctiittipofttoi.
eectlng 11 pfcln; the .Virginia rent, lo Lynchbu rr. Richmond.
CaJUmors, MltitlpUt, VTuhlarton City, Ker York acfi othir
ZiutFmcitlfv. - ' "
Throagh Tleota nay be t.v5 t nay hoar cn appllollon t
Ttcto Aceat. t offieo xt DcpU t falloirlof y!,Tii;
KeTToric.jtt. C Iraaestee ad Tir?Ii route NeTcrt.
PelerNarr!Ueiuuai, Xra&tmrg, SnaxrlDe, Ciirltnn.Sa
Ttn?u un, Aosnru. AtUnn, Wontrooerr, HnntUls
Orajd Janeiro, MfphU, Xnr 0rlei9, TIrvLnl Eptian. Beer?
tLe Spring! tnd KalUnaTiile.
J- " C. TV. COt.g, Sop-rintendral.
Tcnngce.and AlaSwma. UsiUroad.
Gotnc Sontb. - -ji -.
Arrlrat Oohrmtu 10J0 A M and &I0r 3t.
40- -,wiiGutnfr North.-, . . 7-. .
last Co!ooH 7:1Q A M xnd 3:50 ? M. -AvriTtt
it KutiTltto 0:43 A K ind t.C r.31.
Snndnri, - -
SASfiBroUE AW3 OHIO:'
w Great Rational Route.
mE5IJrrTES AT UASIIISCTOV Aicn
i,7TrS.n "9f,na.wbI'f.Bnwooa; and Park-
.1l?utu' di una itorUfWcit.
elterrnlt BtonO.VE DOLEUntSTttarrrUMy
Direct tetuietiort( are taadiby there trains
irSS15 n'tl th I".ntorn CItlcc.
tieonly roirte to VTashlnrton City.
I'lfSg Ittiu tl a. BalUmore and Ohio Kallroai. at
any of the jS-Iaerpalliallroaa oaeei In the Wet
Jt P- roLLStt, Cen'O-WMteraAsant.
I.. M. COLK, General Ticket Awnr
rT P-gTH. iUtteacoVltUont T V f anl
C ft? A. A j L It OA . .
rai uracrrr or tsii iton 11 nor wu.-roi!rrnTintco3jrrr.
Til It EE TUltOUGH - - I - 5
i'ASSEKCEH Til A I N S
UETT7EEX SttlSaOBO AND Pnrr.anprT.nri
COKVEOrrNQ direct In the CnUn Depot, at rjlubunr! with
lhlnc jUeiUttra fr tbj tranaporutl. of Pasioeeri rJriaf.
wdor iMd and e 'inrarlby ay oUurroste.
tmr... p.., n... . 1 . V. I
..3iI7-r.. ""aoeipna without
r . an, atuotielto Bic train. Wjodrefl's Sleeplnr
Po7 SiSliVp P'W-XA,.M., arrive. at Philadelphia
P K DiVwerftM0M ""'W Philadelphia, H
'al w ?vS4LS?L,Wt rw,,,.ii Wlph!a and New York. Two
ally lVaWMw,.ew Vrkaod Boston. Ihrough Tteta
ail aall j are I--,! n nther f the above trains 8
tola's Koo-Vlth, rail River, or
STjX?Cf t .bt'"aK!. at ryof the important
Fare u I jnr as: to nr as br RitT Ofber Route.
B.frS?8 Wetn foanecUon of the Tennsy irama
DIUECT IAXK. BKTUErSTIlE EAST AND
.ine rooDcting tracks by the Railroad Bnde at Pittsbortr.
aroldine ab drar xe or rerrlMeorfiuLt. tmi...
loioft:aie.re alva.laiea reably apiocUted by Shippers of
Ifcrlefcc8.,rU''n.!'!e,0 iM S.PI-ive&t)o..2viil. o
III j W H Jl KowKk, Aun, in. : Narpky fc Irallo, buhtuiue..
IVrst "r'"- at a.uerent points in
TlieOreatcst l armtlcsolforcd tor tlicPro.
toctiou an a s.jfjKtj- Tr.msriortntiori ol
Xn AerimrnAl-ti'.in w'.th u-ml iirlvileres for pervns
traveiias: in !tWKjsm i,
t'tCEiMlTM I t5ItVAfIDr.tl.
By tMifrsiut tVe r th -rtfn eB l forxrsrde.I
frum PaiU rf'. " jw Y-t. HI'ui. nr-tMiMtaort, to any point
ooilai.r..l-ffr1t, rtVMr. lMtasi.-lMnoif, Wiscon
sin, !, or Hi!! i.r Klrosvi ilir.rt,
?..! uii ltiiir..w aiaj'S-ttueds at ntufcur; with
cteamers w wl-u tiogafe ) rorwanlnl t any port . n tlw
Otdo, Muto 'na. Kmlui-ty, Toanestee, CoailrrUirJ, Illinois.
hlitfiasiprA W-rWnHb-lfwtm, iKaaus, Arlausas. and liM
liivurs , it OioM and, ri.uJmk) , aud Chicago sithall porLs
on thr NolblCaturu Ljes-
MerofMtf -fM 1M.rrs eflraHnr the tranmortaiian if
tLtfr Freight lo ttiu Cocapauy, tan rcy with confldenct on i:i
Ttie rstasyr ureixbt tasuj point In the TY'est by the Penntyl
Tanla italtrftri re Kt aH tier, at favorable as arc ctursed by
other Kal:rad tMofwa.ee .,
JTy 1' s tarflrulsr to asrl pfktges "vU Penna. H. r.."
Menshaots in the t et ordering gwods f ruia the But, will find
UtotheirlnteattarallMlbeAiroUoribis Company at the
following places before .hipoliij or letters adarned to either of
uiea oa toe sonjeotot trnfftts. nil meet with promiit attrntion.
K. J.s.NkhDBPn Philadelphia.
hUattAW t KO0.NJ, 80 Aorth street, faltlmore.
I ISECll di 0., fit., it tttot Uoute.or.No. 1, S. Wm. si
NY. LEE0TT tc Co , No SI Kllby strt, Boston.
II II. HOUSTON', Oenrral Freight A cent, Phlla.
L L HOL'F-r. Qeoeral Ticket Agent, Pblla.
TUPS. A SCO IT. Occeral ripp't.Altouai.. Ta. fJanB-tf
BAI.TIJIOUE AND OlrtO KAIL. KOAD
THE Sootbera Road or the four great Uses. This rood has
Uias far been nunaged In inch a way as to commend It to
the pu'liC patron v.
ThisCupay.BaJ,rlB4 General Saperlntendenee of
B. IflEAICS, General FrolrjUt Arrent,
No offers indneesients to shippers to Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New Yur.. Baititn. itxttmonJ. Petersburg, Vc, at exceedingly
low rates, and l.rheln New Orleans prices, as their moderate
terat.wUhlhedodaotion upon lmcrance orone and a half per
eeot , bs this route, an i i ha European aldoping being froln 3 to
abtljDgtt!erli&; leas than the New Orleans shlypinc prices,
all contriouie tj render it
UcllnMe us tvoll as Desirable.
Their fioilitits tar transportation are unequiled by any olhe
road now in .-pe ration, at tiieir XVestern terminus is at PARK
KBfeUlTaUll. aue bui.drej and ninety miles belew the low
wat r iud mi.- dangerous navigation of the Ohio river- This
navies In idiua y water the del very of goods not only certain
but witn dli,icii, in adrarce of any other route, and as the a
ter declines tiaur fcdvatitaget are gaoi kt the time of delivery
widens on otsei rp4 - 'tnUUtha only
" '.m, llcllttblo atl4 spceurnonte.
Preig'its vy JtnU roots are less exposed to weather than by other
routes, as there is no drayae, the delivery beng made at Park
ersburb under a wsl t shtlded Coat, and elevated from thence by
steam luuitdlstely tc tae cars, without being subject to tvrr or
Th Lealiville steamers connect direct with Parkenburgh
boats without delay, at it likewise the regular Clnnlhnatl
brMts. ThePittsturhboaUconveydltecttoParkersburzh. By
thlt arraBremcnt tea Vooijat.y are enabled to receive freight
dally for tMs rouia at their agency In Nashville, Tcnn.
yor lurtner paruouurs nqaireor
II. II. JIABRISOkN, Freight Agrn
No . ourner Broad and t iwnt streets
rosy 1 1 PAn
Xlie Adams Express Conxpanj'.
Till: Adams' Kx;,res C. mpany beg lesve to announce to their
friendt and the pot'lic of Nubvllle.that they have copclnd
edMrv.nxeaiei.tswui the Loaisnile ami Nashville Hail Rnad
Oomjxny- U' der which tbey wtll extend the operations of their
atxpress to ttio hue of that Uoad, eommet-rlng' August 1st, IBJU.
On the completion or the Nasavtlle end of toe road to. Bawling
ureen, aooui inn loiu ot Auguit, isii), messengers will run
through tietween Na-dirdle and Louisville.
For paruoulars as to rates, time, ttc , apply to
A. K. DOLT,
angs-dtf No. SSJIarket Street, Nashville, Teoc.
PI A IN Aft U DECORATIVE PlASTEKEIC,
wmjaiut axp RrtA.IL ntatxa IK
IITDKAbLIC CEMENTS '
Plaster at Purls, Plnstcrinr; Hair, Ftro
Unoks, t'lro Clay,
TEBIIA COTTA CillMNEa TOPS, t TEK-
BA COTTA WARE GEA'EKALLY,
Pfo.- 7T Broadway, 'Jetwccn Summer and
i. Clterrr Streets,
& CO.UItllSSION JtlERCHANTS
asp DKiuaa ik
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 45 ''Broad" Street, Nashville. Tenn,
The highest marfjs), price paid for Rags, Fealhera, Heeswax, Oir,
m 20t REWARD.
F ILL give t-e above reward for the arprehcnslon and con-11-en.enHns
yJaH.ao thatlgethlm, ofmy roanWILfcON
boyan a from raj place in Rutherford cosnty co the 17th day
U AprH. 1"7.
WUun i, ofeonnR- eolor. abaut30 years ot are, 3 feet S or 6
Inches bigh, Mack hair, altstl tnellued to be waivy; good
tKth, be it slirhtly round shouldered, waa raised in illlamson
wifflr,xtts., nis mmner oeioagea " " m
Tldtcn euunty. b a latheri freo man of black color, and nam
ed Alfied. a, T .nt lotMmMl t.vn iu the neighborhood of Mrs
Maxoel:. He also bas MUM children in the neighborhood of
lluntirlilt, !., and I baT reasons to believe be has been
itartsriiia llsen fur the but Itars in 'the teinhborboodof
yathvllleandUant4vMI, GEO. eAMOUl),
novfidAtw m ainrfreesboro. Tenn.
. ii 1 '
THE Nssbville and North Western railroad Company wish
to cuauaet for 40,000 Cedar Cross-Tic. rt
ong. 6 lochia thick, well neon, to face at narrowest place not
as than nineties dear uf irk, timber to he sound, to be deliver-
attbftgra.ie Jibs or the road in Nashville. . - .
TheconUart.-t want tj aoetract for 30,000 White or
oa t Oau 'A'le,orthe.amerii-uahora. to be delivered
tSUJfceet tlie r-.ad m piles from eectiuli'!lo secUon SM,'i
iiugu im . mwo hi supply the same.- "'-
rersjss wtjhtag to bid wtll direct to the President sad Diraet.
a of -the Na4vUla and NrtK.. rn...
Vor rrcdtttSrt"rr".ej,s oV?hrM Dlrrctsri arply to oraj.
II W j.ra.1: fc Co . Cwira, O. 110 SleUmm, Wadiwn!
r W1??1;0' u"e. KrK ' Ur.l,nfcOo!
Ca.ro, III , K Sa. t. l.oii, ilo ; JoJta it Harris, Nestvllle,
- ' v.s. 3ii.it
C K E T S .
.-si- -is cossTEoiros vrvm ICS
Nasliville & Ciialtanooga Itanroaa,
Tenntiicc A; Alabama nailroad,
EDOEFIED AND KENlDCKr BAIL BOAD,
- " AMD THE
THElfjllowinR jplrnda (teamtra compritfrtU line. ami.
, "feKaiirrtUedMlrrorK. LocIvLouUrtlle, niiUil!Ki.
Stttaoi 3ii EXO?i K A ,
S Dauhhu- Mister.
Liittj Sajhrllhi rery ilocdij .l 12 o'c'i Ur
Staunerlc. E. UIIXBIAW,
; ' J. CofcMTT. riter,
Marti Rubtille ererr 7oe3r t o'clock P U.
Itci Kh'T!Ue cTcT7 TTtJterfBy ind atimlr at
li o'clock 1.
r ... DBmji,MatT.
utn SaUiTille erry Ttursday at II o'dxk 31.
Eleionern. 3U. ItVTiXAN,
Ura KuhTille 03 Tr IiUyi tt o'clock P. JI.
Jteuset SAIXX CI.OUB,
, . :xe, JUjtrr.
.Letres ybrt'le eTery f iturdjT t 12 o 'clock M.
Thmite9ertrrinrct.tPaIocrt vIOi tin Mobile tad Ohio
ra'irwi, ( uairo with Utt IllinoU Central IUllrotd, and atHt.
.Conli -th theMleiGri and Upper listitrlppl jutit Packets.
u i mniui iw any ncamera aaaai lor aarety, ipeed ana com-
EEL3. Brazil Xati:
10 bbli Texas Pecans;
U do Almoodi;
,10 do yilberli;
10 da Kfrll.h ir1nnt
In etore and lor tale lo at 13 and 13 Market itrtet by
w-XAfcE! ALE! AliE t
I S3ao--" do Uottled do
The abore Ales are the finert made and are warranted For
aeatPittibttrihanaiTleelincTirlcci.-freliht added, at Ko.'S
' carter, witsroan & co.
TASItioirlntbee!4-andamnritd lniel'lnj county rlrhta
for the State of Tennewee, for the mannTactiire and tale cf
toy Taqt Improved Bee JJlin, the irtne and inferiority
of which have been testioed to by hundred of the moitworthy and
emlnentcltljeniof onr country. 1 he construction of my Hive
la simple, and I proolae it li the only Hire In the world known
which Is proof asalnst the re rnotbe. Peroons deslrons of pnr
chasLns either ramllr or eanntr rirtita fa h ,. n m in
thewoild.CAn flcdmefora few days at the Auction Booms of
MearrsJIlardy Brothery, where I will be harpy to see them.
inlygP-rtf . ;, . JOSEPH KENT.
0,SCAIt BOHME & CO.,
' Have Jmt opened at their siiaJ,
No. 7 Union Street,
A complete stock of Fall and Winter
tUESS AD XT! AlYTaXIiA T1IIM3IINGS
ClOMPIflSIKO a full atsortment of plain and tigered Yeraet
j Ktbboaj,Galoc.Frlnscti, Bucle Gimps. Orape Trimmlnas,
Belts, Unite M. Bnlda. Bnle nrtlnn. ke - . MkiTrT
en Irely new, ao1 the best that could be got In the Kastem rw
atts Our tock of
Tcpfaln Merino and Sbctland TCool
"oroiaersl Braids and Silks: Crochet. I!nfc.,M. .n. Anna
Cotton tas wdlaav h. rS-iT r"--- V
A-4JtilFk cociue w mm ixrir id nuletj cud.
Frlneea, Tassels, tinitona.K. Cord.&c
to order a usual, and wUl try to snit all acd.ertrjboJr.
'orajtoutow wx. n, isonaow.
j joiiiv ihok&ow a sow
2 TTHGLruut aju atraiL
5j SADDLEttli AND COA
3 Ware- Pttr n is It In a
12 o use, a
N 43, ntarlcet Street,
NASH VI L;t,E, 3nSS E
KaxnacrsBXM jam Duxxaa in
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks
Carpet Sacks, Saddlo Bags, A-c.
TTB'EBSOXSvialUng Nashville In needofanytldsrin i
d our line, win K uieir ffiUrMttA.Ynm.i
line, will find tt tc their interest to exant'l
lneonr stock before purchaunzelaewhere- as It I. nnO
intention to make quUk sales and short profits.
Xstra lodneementa will be offered to cash purchasers,
awT-tf JOHN MORROW tt. 80
PUMAN & CO.,
' -Importers and Wholesale:
NO. 2 SOUTHEAST SIDl PUBLIC SQUARE,
NASI'. VIES. E-
E -jc again pjed to anwnnce tt onr frlvd. ml th.
Trade, Oat we have now completed onr Stock for the
PALL. AND WINTER?
and tUatno)aboror pains has )eea spared to make oar assort-,
ment attr.Ktl ve la ptlre. qualities and styles.
Plantation and Servants Good, In great
Blanket and "Wrappers, ot every style
Oar Stock of Fancy Goods and Ladles' Dress Goods excels
anything we hsve ever before presented; whilst our assortment
of &pleand Varitieswlll be U und complete In all Its details.
An examination It respectfully solicited from all the met-iutnta
visiting this market. FfJRMAN tCO,
Five Story Block, near the Wire Bridge.
CORNER CEDAR AND CHERRT STREETS,
IITAYE raede extejslve arrangeraentx fT the receiving of all
the ccucacim of the coming seaioo, f Fish, Flctb and Fowl:
our Oysters will be from the most cele-iated beds. Pickles and
Condiments frcm the celebrated establishments cf Cress At
Ulaokwell and Lea tt re,-r!n, lih a large and well selected
1Vlnrs, Brandies, Ac., Ac.
Excellent COOKS and attentive Walters, the whole under
rlnperlnlendence of that well known Epicure, Mr. CI1AKL
On and af!T the 13th of September we will be prepared to
wait upon our cuitomers DAY AND NIGHT. Railway travel
ers will find tills arrangement to their advantage
JO REXSilBKn THE XETSOPOLrTAStJl
(Opposite Bank of TetmtFfoe.,)
Wholesale and (Retail
THE nndrrtlgn takes pleasure to Inform his friends and
cuitomers that the UNION RESTAURANT is now open
frlheseas n,vbrrethey can tie supplied with all the delUacirs
of the season, such asFresh Oysters, Game, Prctt and Salt Water
Fish, Clams and Crabs
lla.ing procured the. best Cooks and Walters, and by prompt
attrntiart to business, I bope to receive a share ef the public
patmnare Gentlemen wlthlag tlwlr meals sent to their rocms
can hesccommodat d atttw shortest notice.
We arealso prepared lo furnish Dinners and Suppers for )-ar-tirsln
Inaddi:loatn our Cooks, Te have procured the services of a
skilful Paltry Crfk.
llooeepen fiom six la the mornlnr till twelve at night.
rjj Choice brands cf '.Vine kept always on bind.
wlJI-f m A. JONNARD, Agent.
j. a. raiEAK.
FARRAR, DISMITKES V CO.,
Dealers In all Until of
ROOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,
TRUSKS, SVALILM, Ac, Ac,
""iA. B. Robertson's Stand.
NO. 45 COLLEGE STREET,
K are cow receiving one ot the largest and most leautUut
. . , ,BOOTS, SHOES, &ci
ror Fall and Winter, that has ever been hreiaht to Nss'uTillei
They were manufactured loeurtmnorderjiprjially f arrait.
so. We invl'e all our friends rjid the pchllc generally : cal
onus, as we will sell them very .lrjrfor CASH,
eej-tf I'ARRAB. DISltUEES As CO.
ARMSTRONG fc CO.,
No. ca Market Street,
yjsarjLLr, - txxxessss.
WE have now on band a full and complete assortment of
MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ac, which a ofi-er at
hovery lowest prices;
3. J. MILLCa. J.WATKBMAN'.
MILLER & "WATERMAN,
Anction & Commission Merchants.
WILL rin Tiaticolar attention to the public a-J prlratt
, .'e,of Merehandue and Property opevery description,
and will make proupt returns for the saJie.
Refer, by Permission, to
J. B. t W A. Ross. T. R. Bloom. J w wi.i.. t tr v...
K.Tlnr,l P..M, M.r..l '. - ..".'.""" -rt
"leilon. S. 0.
LAND FOR SALE.
illlng water, with Uumvat beautiful building hta
PHM .... iAUKttLlAXTZF a
- 2 ;
BIirT-OlT ( i 111 li
flMrjIllrl .H.n V -.l-.lil !
A L Ul II I II J 1 ft. - LU a"
?jH -ea; r: t t - i
'vait Dealers' '.in.
We art In receipt of an Inmenje Stock ot the above tsenUcatd -
DOUBLE SKIRT SIEK ROBES,
X1' anoy EeXiaitios,
Irisb aVlnena, Samaslts, TVtilte Goods,
Bonnet Ribbons, JLadics' Head Dresses,
Cloaks, Shasxls, Mantles, Ac, Ac.,'
Black: aJ Colored Cloths. Doeskins and Oaslmeres, Ellk Velvet,
WCk Plush Casslmrreand Satin -"estingt, Silk Serge, Satin De
Chines, Tailor's Trimmings, Ate, etc.
Jeans, f tatisets, Tweeds, Costing and Negro Blankets, Rail
way Rags, Red Blankets Flannels, &c, tc. Bleached Sheet-
logs and Shirtligs.
Ainei'icaii, English & French Prints i
ViIETIES OF EVERTT DESCRIPTION, &c.
Have, note en hcr.d a
large and compute Stock of
. ate, 3:c.
rTnichtrehart psrchasrtl cheap, nad which we will Retail
AT TEBT X.OW PRICES.
iLf Great nrntJCTexrrrs olered to casa sfyee
JU Their Stock is large and of prt me quality.
ILf The nsual arter Uken In exsham e 'or Goods.
iVcnuiuxEii, miLLEit & co..
No. 21 North Market Street,
aepSl 1 imrt from Public 8o.usr.
HAT AND CAP STORE.
IBZ ZA7ES7 STYLES J.LTTAX3 0V IIAHD.
And the Best
T ELVERSON & EVANS,
i TJNI0N STREET, NEAR 91 ATE BANK.
Guard agaimt Fall aV W inter
Incorporate is.li)--t'harter Pctpetual.
Cash Ca pital $l,OO0,O0O,
ABS0LTTT B AND UNIMPAIRED.
JVET SUItl'tl!)! o' 8012,181 72
And the prestige or 40 yea rs success and experience.
CPWlKBS OF 812,tX)0.000
Of losses have been paid by the .Etna Insurance Company in the
past forty years.
The value of reliable tuurance will be apparent from the fol
lowing LOSSES PAID BV THE JCTN.V
DTJBiad ray. tast tive YKUb
..843 1 3? OR
Kansas & Neb..
.1 1 6,K 81
4, Vhff 41
IDt. y 77
In Wisconsin .....
3 l.lfti 82
Arkansas & Oa .
Mississippi nod Alabama.
Fire an' a Inland Navisration
Risks accepted at t- tos ronsist.'nt with sclvency and fair profit.
FiputnliUUstlaf glvnlo Intnr inet oj P v E MSGS and
tf ttnu, .ir term of I io 3 pears.
The solid serTreeiong and successfully trle.1, and the many ad
vantages the Ay-oa Imnrance Coiansny poesses In Its line,
should not bo rVSrlool.eO bv those ready t insure and under
standing their oest Interests.
During"atringenttlmM,the necessity for reliable Insurance
becomes an Itjiperatirs dnty the ability of property owners to
su.taln lots oemg then mrch lessened.
Agencies m all the principal ritlrs and towns throughout the
State. P' iicics issued ithoutdelay, by any of th duly author
ised Agen" j of tie Co pany.
Uuai nets uttcuded to ivith Despatch and
NASH Si MARR. Agents.
tls ,-3m No S. College Strret, Nashville. Tenn.
TIIE STAR GAI.frEBV I
WIIEUEOTV PES AND PHOTOGRAPHS.
No 44, Union Street next door to We tsel A Thompson's.
T. F. SALTZMAN,
(lstj orutsToa at hsuuvs Baittsr .)
HAVING Cttel up rooms as r.loie, exelnsivly for that
branch of business, is prepared to receive the ladles and
gentlujen ot Nashville and mako fae tmilt cf their tacts, in
the highest stvlt of the Art. No expense has been spared eiU.-er
In furnishing his apartments or frocu. ingthe latest and most
I reproved apparatus and materials, anil thesntscrHwr confident
ly Inltves all who may want pictures to give him a call, pledging
satisfaction la every case.
HZpJKntrauce next door (West) to Wessei &. Thompson.
n3 T. V. SALTZMAN.
r. H. BUCUU. UtO. L. OllXtXMC, Js.
BLACKMAN fc GILLESPIE,
BOOTS V SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Bonnet Ifoxes, Ar., Ac.,
COBNSa TOBLIC quare auduabket STKKET,
TTAVINOJust orer.l a stock entirely ne and of thvery
JL latest styles, ij tar line, sit Uio .bove mentioned well
known stand. fNlcbol'a eornT.) we Invite onr Irivnlaand tlie
publlcladiesanagestlemen, ycxng vnd old, to call and see the
' BOOTS. SHOES, T (II7NKS. Ac,
that have ere.-been brought to tku e erket,
We partlcrtlarly invite those In want ot Brognns and
Plantation Shoes, to ttive nsa call, as we feel certain
wecan pieaatinec. JiLAi;KMAN & UlLLESFIE.
NOT I CK.Oa the night of 1 1 o 3.1 cr morn'nr of the 4th
Instant, a t5U Mil on the Un ion Bank tf Tennessee, was,
through WastaLe, passed at the $ confer of the bar room of the
St. Cloud jlotel-to someone far a 55. If the person to whom
it was passed, cas discovered tneei Tor, they will please mum it.
Golden Syrup! Soldcn Syrup!!
CIST BARRELS t. Louis Gold- ttSyrcp;
e5y S3 kegs do do do
Jast reoeived, and a very superior -article for ssle low at No. 5
enayge 0 tRTER. WTLBFORD & CO
STABCja.-SOQ Boxrs Fox'erPearl Starch, the best article
In the market for; wle.Kw by
" r UAKIEP ktTOLSFOKD A 00,
to 11, -4tJTAt .,. 5.Martlt.
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Has Come ! HasCom ! !
The' Good Time Has Come!
Singer's No. S Sewinff Macbla crh
now be had for
One Hundred & Five Dollars!
wo. i for:
FORMsnnfaclarlnganl Plantation pnrpcf' th only rslla
bleand nnexcellel'Sewisr Machine In 0 worlds. JL
Family Sewing Machines fromTFif-
ty to Eighty Dollaro.
We have tried them In onr own Faallr and find them emericr
to any In use i1. 21. Sinjer it Co. a CatiUe.
J. T. LORD, Agent,
fi-e.-n thi Sim (Mean fieayun.
UT. purity of this Whiskey is certilltd to by the leading
Northern men of science, aoch a Dr. Chilton, the noted
(few York Chemist. A friend of ours who understands sachthlnn.
I ..tells us this "Aromatic" is a good "Aromatic;" and as belsrell-
ai.ie, we can sarely recommend tnis alley ivaiskry totsoaeu
need of a good article.
Daly's Aromatic Valley tviilakey.
Not a particle ot strychnine In It the best we have tatted far
many a day.
Daly's Aromatic. Valley Whiskey.
From the Daily Trut Utile, Xea Orltaru.
Though not ranch ot a iudte, we may sar. and we are endorsed
by friends who are, thst the 'Aromatic Valley Whiskey," the
very poetry of "old Mcnongahela," manufactured by Wm. II.
Daly, Is unequaled for "Puritj"and Flavor" by any in the
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
Ihm thi JTtinpM Dally Appeal,
It Is pronencred by coed J udgrs to e fre; tr m all deleterious
nr foreign suMtaoces, and consequently it thould taVeiht plats
of all pnltonout admixture, which exercise so unwholesome
an influence upon those who use thm, where they are consumed
ntaii. Tflenoxious b-versges tnst are generally Intended for
Whiskey are an Imposition and a curse.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
Irm the Ge-trglan Cltlsen.
Itisacleasint.unituousstlaiulant.Deculiarly adanted to the
cure of Invalids who need spars tonic, without much of the al
cohol c principle.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From tlit Oalettton Era.
We have no hesitation in pronouncing it equal. If not superior.
to any we have ever drank.
Daly's Aromatic Valley Whiskey.
From tie 2lemph.lt Dally Eagle db Enquirer.
It has been pronounced by the highest scientific and medical
authority a pure and healthy stimulant entirely free from dele
terious admixture We can recommend It with perfect confidence
to those wbo require an alcoholic st'mulant for medical pur
jui.es. "Daly's Valley Wisk-j" is superior to Gin, Cordial,
French Brandy, Port ant Madeira Wines, and Indeed all other
varieties of spirits which are sold In this market, for not one of
tlieui canbi founl in a pure state. No intelllgeat physician
would have the rashness to prescribe "Port Wine" or "French
Brandy for a patient, when It Is patent to all the world that ihey
are not to be had, except by base compounds, In the Uisslsiippl
I would recommend it as suitable for medicinal and public pur
poses. CIIA8. T JACKSON.
Stale Assayer, Boston.
It Is without any deleterious admixture.
JAB. K. CHILTON, M. D.,New York.
Entirely free from adulterating ingredients, so frequently
used. JAS.J. MAPJSS, New York.
Lr" Consumers can depend upon retting a pure article when
they buy the Valley Whiskey, as it Is sold bythe bottle and case
only. WM. II DALY,
IB South William Street, New York.
For sale in Nashville by RAWORTH fc CLEM.M.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
W HOLE S -A- Hi JB
Berry, Saiillcy & Co,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Carpet Bags, Valises,
Umbrellas, c, c,
nsro it, : ,
TWO Doors above the City Hotel, '
VffTE are new receiving and opening,"
TOR "TnE PALI,
TRADE, by far the lanrest and most complete Stock of
rtmli !n nr.T line, ever offered ta the Trt. in tbiaSute.
OurSUHb U dl and complete, comprtelig a -ful lint
f every rarletv and t!yl, and as our Goods were .purchased
from MANUFACTURERS, and on the best noeslble terms, ws
tl fully warranted In saying, that oar Indocements shall be far
superior to any ever before oSeredto the .Trade is this State.
Prompt short ttoe.and Cash dealers, are specially requesd to
. 1 1 , HI . I. W ..... . . w .'J M.l.l w
'.-n 'SERB'S, BAUFLEY A C0
-aiW?nii aWr-u- ,71PrUc eo,.
scat ; ! sjl- tJ-A
ar 88; Trl-Wcekir Sol "Oeeklr 82.
- : ltatetroir Artvortlalmr
Tiar LI.NES OB LT33' CWSTITDTE i iorfani!
waeinstrtta 31 TO Kach additional Insert!oa,
l'jrk'.- i-3Ua 'SieifcidMloaaUW.. '
, ; - ... uuet kuh
- 4 30
Month j t , - croo'
- -is ea '
nnnWABtti AT PLini.
HWikoad TV" . - - c t .
n a '
vitllll all IT IT I M sr-V4 loaif I. n jots .
Cm DottjQt ner Sonar for r.w n
1 - ttl.l UQ
be charged tn roll
Jltl tf'nn' ted of unwerssary trouble tf our Mends,
., '. V nmiruuieroilowingroia.
Alwayj give tbe date. Post Office, county, and state in th body
of your fetter.
Jl ita if.?pe EMfa oneetace to another, give
If you writs on business and othr matters, write oa separate
sieeUot paper, pr different leaves if one sheet. r
.ueuer. uu o.mmuiiratloos are aolicited upon all sneh faoU
and sur.Jecs ae may bs of luforaailon or Interest to the public
Anonymous eomtuunlcaliora ofahasrver character, wUl rctdr
Correspemlents shculd write only upon one side of the paper
We cauuot unlenake u return rrjtcted cocunuiitcatlobs.
Ail letters on business ahonld l iII,m u,i to at.. c a
EASTMAN Ai CO., and not cersonallr to vlLLee of tb Pm.
A P I EENOOtTsESSlON,
"iTednksdat, Norembsr 10, 1809.
The SPhAKhli called the House to order, and
stated the question to boon Mr. Cheatham's ametU.
meet, iacorpoiaucg theNasbtilleacd New Oilcans
Packet GonitisDj, to air Farrtln's bill TO. R 8C.1
incorpora.u g the Memphis am St. Louui X'uckel
Mr. x.k.t rnotea to amend the tunendratnl an fol
- 1'rovided. This charier and the charter of the Sl
Louis and Memphis packet Company shall bs sub.
jeci to ail general laws arnica may be passtd here.
at.er in regaru lo sieamooats, aicmbjatlng, co
Mr. GUi' niosed to amctiU the bill as tollowi
1'rovidcd, Ibat the property of the cjmnanv hare
by corpora ed, snail be liable to the same tax that
property tt tne sxme apuctta belonging t j the citi
lens bf the Stale is nw liable, or may hereafter be
liable. And Provided fur. her, hat each and every
Citizen of the Sia;e, who may be able to bring him
self within the provisions of this act, shall be in
cofporated w th the aami rights, pririlegts, under
tne same uauiniie- anu restricuona nerein naxued.
Mr. FAr.KKI.Lt' mortd-to lay the antndment oa
The motion was rejected yeas ii, nays 37.
Mr EAST dtmanded a division of the question.
The tax clausa of tne urueudmeat waa adopted by
yeas 7kt, najeO.
Tne tecoL'd (iroTiao was read.
3Ir. EWQ thought this part of the amendment
would amount to tiuiflitg, flud that we were foolioe
away cur time in the consideration of it.
Mr. TilEWOirr thougai it was time enoGRa to
incorporate individual when they applied for acts
Mr. UlCKNE L did not think we ought to grant
the exclusive rigat cf baiigatiaa to any company
Mr. FAREELLYvcalled for the reai'lng of that
portion of the bill which prevented ihctu ftom
claiming that exclusive right, and ll was read.
Mr. UUI said the oljeitot the amendment was
to put individual capital epen an equal f.oting with
that of capital associaud.
The ecsotd prot Is iu the amendment was adopt
ed yeai 57, nys 14.
Mr. UiVSIT wuved lo amend as loiiowe:
1. That no pait tf tae cuii.tal slock or property
of the corporation shall be vrimdrawu or applied
to any puipcie, but the legitimate basinets ot the
company as rovtded by the cuai ter until all tne
debts of the Company ar paid, and if Ihe Xtoatd
permit the same to Le dene, ur iraudjlcntly or wil
lully taisinsiuge the anaira tf the Company so
tlst lots occurs to the creditors of ihe Companr,
then the Eard shail be individually held iortuch
. Compxny shall not commence basinets till half
cf capital slock is paid xu, and nothing shall be
etived iu payment of capital stock but gild and
ailver, notes of specie pacing banks, or properly
at fair valuation t j be used in buatdnes of Uom-
u. H corpor.tlo tropcity not tuutcisnt ta pay
debts of the Ccmpony, then tne ccrporators are to
be individually held for their proportion of' corpor
ate debt, provided it does not exceed the dividends
received by such corporators- from the business of
Mr. lirJATi made an intleclual motion to strike
out the viotds " property at fair valuation," where
they occur in the amendment.
The amendment was adopted by yeas ou, nays 21.
31 r. LEA movel to amend by providing that ihe
capital stock shall not be sold without giTltir three
months notice by newspaper publication.
The am-ndment.was adapted by jai, 40, nays 31.
Mr. EAST derranded the previous question.
3Ir, WILLIAMS, of Hickman, movtd to lay the
bill on the table.
The motion wag rejected by yeas 31, nays 41.
Mr. EAST withdrew his demand.
Mr. CHEATHAM moved to reconsider the vcte
by which his amendments io the bill were ndopled
tie oUered them in good faun, and at the instance
of many, and for the good of all of his constitu
ents. He mede this motion because he did. not
want to stand in the light of blocking any gentle
man a bill by oUeriag amendments, lie dcsited the
original bill ehonld pass, and although he was sor
ry party had been brought into this question, te
cal ed upon his side of tho ficuse ta sustain his
mr.luD, and he hoped the friecds of the bill on the
o her side would sustain him.
Mr. WILLIAMS, of Hickman, made as ineffectu
al mjiion to lay this motion on the table yeas 35,
The motion lo reconsider was agreed to yeas 3u,
Mr. C HE ATHAM demanded the prevtou question.
The. demand was rM seconded by the Hcuse
yeas 34, najs 37.
Mr. uiirJAiUAii asked leave to withdraw his
An intffectual motion to adjourn was made at 4.10
o'clock yeas 28, nays 42.
Mr. (JFli-ATlIAM bad leave to withdraw his
Mr. DAVIDSON moved to amend by adding to
the bill the 29.h section of article 1 of the Const.
Another ineffectual motion was made at 4 o'clock
to adjourn yeas 80, nays 86.
On motion the Hocsa adjonrodd till 9 o'clock to
Ducking of Scolding- Women.
Our Anglo-Saxon ancestors used to punish women
who disturbed the public peace by scolding and
brawling, by immersion in water. "A common
scold is a public nuisance to her ncighboihocd, and
may be indicted for tho oflence ; and, upon conviction,
be punished by being placed in a certain engine of
correction, called tho tra-bucket or cuaking stooL"
(Russell on. Crimes, 1. 327.) " CucX- or yucfc in the
Saxon language (according to Lord Coke)signi3es to
scold or brawl; taken from the bird cuckow or
guckaw ; and inr in that language signifies water,
because a scoldmir women, when placed in this
stool, wm. for hor punishment, soused in the water."
.Burns' Justice.) The word has been modernized
Into ducking-stool, to represent the punishment
moro plainly to the unlearned, but my Lord Coka
gives us the genuine original spelling. Bailey, in his
dictionary, sanctions it, and Hutler gives it his an-
thorit? in iludibras :
Ttee mounted in a cha'r curnle.
Which moderns call a ct.'Cifnj tfoof,
March proudly to the riser s de.
And o'er the waves in triumph ride."
Several specimens of this "encino of correction"
are still preserved in England. There is one in the
town-hall at Leicester ; another, with wheels, in the
parish church at Leamington ; and yot another at
thc'Mnscum in Scarboro.' This last is a substantial
oaker. arm-ohair, with an iron bar extending from
elbow to elbow, to prevent the escape of the occu
pant, as a wooden bar is sometimes placed in a
child's chair to prevent its falling out-
The punishment ttselt did not go into uisuse tin
qu.te a recent date. The latest fcnglish case, of
wliich a detailed account has come under my notice,
occurred at Kingston-on-Thames, not a dozen miles
from London, in 1838. A cotemporary periodical
gives the following account of it:
"Saturday, October 14, 1738. x-ast weex, t me
Quarter Sessions at Kingston-on-Tltame. an elderly
woman, notorious for her vociferation, was indicted
for a common scold, and the facts alleged being ful
ly proved, she was sentenced to receive tncoia puu
ishmenl of bcintr ducked, which was accordinRir
executctl upon her in the jlmmes, by the proper offi
cers, in a chair preserved lor xnat purpose; ana, to
Drove the iustice of the court's sentence upon her,
on'her return from the water-side she fell upon one
of her acquaintances, without provocation, with
tongue, tooth, and nail, and would, had not the offi
cers interposed, deserved a second punishment, even
wr. ,1-.. ,,. firat '
Brooke, in Ins ms;ory ot Ldverpooi xrom no to
1 800. savs that this punishment was inflicted iri the
old House ef Correction at Liverpool as recently as
1779 ; and its frequent application there is mention
ed in Howard's Appendix to the State; of the Pris
ons in England and Wales. A writer in " Notes and
Queries;' for-Dctober II, lKotysavs tnaixne uunx-ing-stool
just mentioned as remaining in thoparish
church at Leominster, was last used about 17S8, In
the punishment of a prostitute called" Jeniiy Pipes."
About ISIS, it waa put inrspairand painted red;
and. after4 tt trial .to determine iif it waa in good
working order, it was deposited in its. present rest
ingplace. After ths punishment by immersion iad
grown into disuse, th stool waa sometimes placed,
as a mark of disgrace, against tho residence of a no
Scbldintr. as an offmcrat'c6mmotpl.w, waa for
Wrly punishea'ia thk coahtrjf by -the isuae instra
painoiM in bolt the Dsjiyand Weekly, win mo great flisonter of the turbulent, and III beharior
l dally rates with one half th weekly rates of manr people Jn tM elty, we present tfiesrsat
. . . .: I . t
mtimvti&e paU or at tU thu f0? daeklng-atoolfur suclt piople, accord-
r-w ooV- f t.y' -o - i' r. . - - VTJ" i orc-
.,, w.v xmrmce." in-reiUMTlVan? 1,4-
uutrarneat. vras held fix hish resbfect
J"f f PhiSadelpLia, fn 1717, Triads
I'AllnwM.i - ' ' 0UUAJVUKB
k lilffieAt.rfil n ..
A T 9 ,
fFAereoy.lt has Wsn f reqtifStlr and tflfea.pre-J
I3ii8?eisit7 of a duckiox-stool" and housa of cor-
tin l n A.-.l: . ... . .....
ir !?. tAe
1 but rrilh all nnslhl nt.i.t.,-i -.," .t
I - , -- ,v wf.vu, u.u iul aua lili UEIlfL1
I 41 yw.' .1 r h ,
tiort'And atlietinzaGcltl lliaoninrlr nrnna
Tioir yccoraraoridatlan, seems not so havo leea
headed, for In. 1720 another Grind Jury says :
-aiicuranuanuea., we, talcing in conaideratloH
inp; to their deserts "
lhia "public" conrenience" waa at length nroTi.4rl
aati uui io use. vases are on record, from 1769 on.
ward, of the indictment and Dunlshmetit of com
mon scold. In 1769 Mary Conway nloaded Builtr I
to such an Indictment, and waa DUbliclr dnckek
in Hie Pelawra pirep at thu end of Market street
nuari. ien ;vcar aiterwttraa Ann Jiaiae .waa.
punished in the aame way. No longer Sjo 'tHan
tail, nancy jarvts waa indicted xn the yuartor
..casiuua ui a miaucipuia as a common scoia, was
convicied. and W63 sentenced "to br nlaced in at cVrw
lAiucuyiuu ut ccrxvciion caitca s uncs;iri" or Cisn
ixr 8tooLon"W"edheaday, the 34 day of Woramber
nest camni. Between tits Honrs of ten and twWs
o'clock in the morning; and bexnj so placer! therein
to be planned three time into the wateri" Thi
case was taken to the Supreme Court by writ of
error, anu xne sentence ot tincsing waa reversed,
though the Court held that Gcoldin? waa an Indicta-
bio oflence. A full report of, this caw xnay be
found in Serjeant Bawlc's Be'norta. whero there
wa long, learnca, ana interesting opinion by Jixdgo
Dnncan. It may well bo x-egarded as probable
that the dnckinir-atool will be known no more, save
as a subject of curious antiquarian laauiry. JVeu
Cstox Bt. J
FOB THE BULLION.
lat. Because they are DerftctlvalniDle In their mnitmrtlon.
td. Thar are less liabla la set act of order Th.n lnr Ath sr. .
chins in tne Market.
3d. They rosy be ooeratedbT aealld txrfectlT.anddalieip
4ia. Tbey sew a Uiht and beautiful aaam.
5th. Tbey are as rood as tike best, and chfaaCT than thactean-
S3 THE CHASH?ION SEWER. M
910 THE EXTRA SPEED. SIO
SIS THE EAGLE MACHINE. tlS
Our Stiptrur Patent Treadlt Machine,
814. KATY DID, S14.
Which ror speed and abllitr to do famllraewliir.riaaita
mv. H.iuiu uwuaoiD. cTcrriimiir.uBDaeaDEMirao.1.1 in.
own luciui sewers over ouerea lor sale.
Tit KATY DID, wlthTreadle, all ta complete and
perfect order, for 614.
All that we six, Ll a fair and lanartlal examlsatlen nf one
Persona living out of the citr need have no fears about ardor.
Ing Uaehlnes. Wriittn instruations accompany every mftcolne.
Tb yaa sent out In complete order, all ready for us. Those
who order machines out of the citr. and on tba ree-olloo of aarrm
are diapleased, we will, oa the return of the machine, la order.
txiuuu mjv saorjey.
Tnta applies to persons living out of the city o.iix.
The moat inexperienced can soon learn to lemlataarid work
$2 THE GEM. A30
We wtll bs prepared in a few days to furnish tae cheapest
DOUBLE THREAD 1TIACHINE'
This Machine I a enUrely new, and produces the celebrated
DOUBLE LOOP STITCH.
Tne Gem Trfachlae flniahailtswerk where it ttons. and
requlreino fastening of threads at the end of the seam, as some
of the more expensive machines d and such Is the Strength, of
the stitch, that If the seam isout eerv Ualf loch It will nit rto.
They hem, fell and stitch, in a superior manner.
Traveling- and Local Agents
.Wanted for every ea-xsty in the S tat.
Conntr Sights given to those who bur to sell arain. Liberal
Printed Instructions furnished with each machine.
Orders by Mall or Express promptly filled.
CASH on delivery by Express, invariably.
XagliSewlng Machine Depot,
No. 3d Union Street,
aepg-ly it. II. IIEXKLB. Ja Agent-
MODELER OF FASHIONS,
a pru'n u ' ?i' A -
Hats, Caps and ladies' Furs,
NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE,
FURSlJFUR.Si: FURSli: FURS!!!!
The Season for Ettrs is approaching 1
Is now preps ed to exhibit to the Ladles of Nsthvllle and vldn
tv a beautiful selection or FURS, consisting of Mink, Blcne Mar
ten. Mountain Maarten,Lynx,Ro)al Xrmlre, Hudson Bay 8s
ble, and all other Furs for gentleren sad children, all selected
and mad op in tho most fashionable manner
Hatter and Furrier,
octa No. 23.PnlllcSquare,iMashTlltc;
Oht AHtuH Style of ITIoleskiH Ilats!
New Styles ot French Hats, Just Imported: Chil
dren's Hats and Caps, near style Lrtdlea) Rl.
dins; Hats; all ready tor inspection at the Fashionable Ilat,
sua sriwrcoi jiu.iuiku,
oct3 Pablie Square.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Nashville and N or tb. Western Railroad.
A PUBLIC LETTING of tha GRADUATION. BRIDGING
andTRE3SLINOoraboat24m Ics of the Wej'tra Dlvts
ion of the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, extending
from srar Dresden to Huntingdon, will be held at Dresden, Ten
nessee, on THURSDAY. Sill of DECEMBER next.
Profiles, Plans, Spsci&cations,fte., will bs ready sod open at
the Enrineer's Office in Ulctman, Ky- from November 22th to
December 3d, sul at DresJen from December 4th to Decem
ber 8th. - -
Sealed Proposals for th work by- Sections of about on mil
eachjrlll be recrtred unUl December 3d,, at Hicxman.Ky and,
tatil the morning of December 8th at Dresden Tenn. Terms
mostly cash. T. K. BTEVBXfOV. . ,
Fa. nElLNERC -novS-td
Engineer Western Division.
ARSnAL'SNOTICE.Robert L. Weakley, Mc--Caslln.
Stra ierasd othtrs.vs Steamboat Blanche Lewis.
itei in reel. Br virtue of a warrantoi arrest issued frem the
District Court in and for the District of Middle Tennessee, in the
above causes, directing m to arrett the sa'd eiemboat Blanche
Lewis, her machiaery,boats, tackle, apparel and furniture, and
under an order ot tha Hon West II. llumphreif, Judge of said
court, ltJesse B Clemenisv Marshal of the said Court, do
hereby make publication of the wa- rant and arrest of said steam.
boat, ner rcacninery, ooata, lacaie.apparei ana icnuturc,ana
clt all persons lu general who have, or pretend to have, any
right, title or interest therein, to appear uefor the ad odge
of said District Court at the court-room of said court, tn the Cap
itol, at Nashville, on in utnuir oraovtntKr, laoy.iru be-a
court day, else oa tbecourt day next following at 13 o'clock la
the forenoon, ihere to answer onto tha said llbellants In eaus-s
ot contract, civil and maratime, for materials furnished', sertld a
rendered, Ac, and further to do and racelra in this behalf, as lo
atrvic shall appertain- This 47lh Oct. 13X9.
JS93B B Ul'EaiKTa,
Unlttd S ates Marshal
eetSS-dtd For th Mtldls district of T nn-tw
HOUSE AND EOT FOR SALE.
B. H. Will's, et. al. vi Elisabeth 0. Childress, et-
IN pursuance of a decree o' the County Cisrt of Davidson
county, rendered st the October term, Ki3, In the above cans.
I will offer for 'ale at the court house io Nashville-Jon Saturday,
the 3d day of Peceober next, a hooe and lot of grtnnd on High
Street, in the Southern part of the city of Nashville. The lot
fronts feet on th East side of said street; and met back
about SCO feet ta the Tennessee and Alabama Kail mad. Th
house Is a j-ood brie, with six rooms snd is In good repair. This
property is In th frc territory, aid Is exempt from all taxesr
it belongs to the estate of Catharine Will's, dec'dn and is sold ta
pay debts of the estate and for distribution among the heirs.
Txaxs A credit At one and tso years wilh loterest willbe
given, except 'arth sua of S1C0. forwhlcha not at sixty'days
wellemlnrtsd and payable In bank will bs requited, and a Ilaa
will be retained to secure the payment of said notes. For furth
er particulars call oa Nance &. Woodward
T.B CHEATHAM, CjAs II.
K. R Guscock.Auetienenr. ct23-dtd
PIANOS! MUSIC I
JUST received by the '!rtfer 15 of thoe,
celebrated Pianos of Steioway A Sons and
11. a.uaiesuo ,orn. T., consisting- or
Sti .7 and 7rjravva. Theaaln went, of this in-
dtapensablepsrlbr ornament, would do wetlteall a&dsesmy
sto?k. Sold as low as tho lowest, anJ wkrrant 3 j n.n.
Also, for sal th largest stock et Eheet Muste and small Ms.
at-a Instruments la tlucity Forbargalas e&llatSXUnlonEt.
octal JAS AtMaOLURg
FURNISHING AND FANOV GOODS'
Wt are 'now receiving a fine sssortmint f Faralshlnr
Goods, oT which w came SHIRTS TWT variety of pats
tern and tttret styles. Collars, Q!ot b??K2tI-5oU.
Yles, Povket Handkerchiefs. Umbrsllc. UNDERWATAK tery
variety ,a,onT BIU,n AL7 HOSE of Coiton,Wei,'Merino.a
rahsrl--TRA?SLI.SO 81IAWL8,' G8ntletr of Docistla,
Sid a Calf, ., to tale by,;; . . j&ujg
-?,1,, 'of-..,tSei Saarene Coi'.r ..
tej be.r.1 W?a t; j S30. " " - ' I
!!.. Slley and cthrn n v t i -.
-tn'fliu action ofrwtTn,.,: 1 ,t
. ?w,DarieTiognr.chiidrVri. nn.rw
w poessioa; 4nd.taat la theiKtiti i u -7:. ...To
auu.uiflliS ineilM!tlr Th ..il;..ir.
Claim Hi rfii fcatr rr,thor-,.h.t .:..r i""!
..i ... t.-t ... . r." ".u itu4' i
w.uutx sue ia.w-ocucseenis ur i lt3 nt.
defence to-the. actioa la, liwt i rancea Jb umito Jr- I
Was baas born, bavins been the sun. of iw ,vJ
ot, uio" irancu racatw; zru beeotttn ami iw.
wt'oiocjt. acniay tc vateii a settled by
the flndinsf of the iurv- in thid coas. that this. inr T;
CitabliihSil. arid" nliii that this nlainti'li
lit vStHV V? ?; 7
aaidrranch. sr, hex-first MUndarKi McAoaaer
wiuuu iiutuwiu. ui tvb ur cos ennuire into.irjf.
sufficienoBf tMtooolwtiose poinun
I Judgraentpoait.aa throtxlTrmteralqaesOoriw.
t...L.M.i.4.i- la i t . . w-
I ,SoiMte above. JYfta- tue circuit Judgs
right in holdini? tliat lesritima W brothers andsistexv
cuuld nbt.inb.erit from-an lUejjitmxle I This depends
upon tho construction of the 1815). ch. 13, Carantr
ica.7iu ; as mat is tee act which waa in torce, end!
must Sx the righu of tho parties, at the death of.
Prance rugata. Jr in 1847, iS'o reference need be.
made to tan. act ot Iocil, ss, or the provutons of
tha Code, as .taey being subsequent to tie deatii of
l-'ugafti can havo no etl'sct upon the righta OS Xixite"
before that statute the common law on thati ub-
Jet was in torce ln-Uiistatg. -Bgt. law, liletrit
imatas't&uld neltker takt nor transmit by desevnt.
except to.their; qwn otiipiijg, for they hid no. otttir ;
ceirs. ana, were, aesutute or. lnncrxtaote tiioou. 4,
Kent, H5 Tho austerity of this rule Has been mit-
igawa iamfistjir the itatw and ctvtitzed nations, xn
favor of the; toother and h natural children, ad iaf
a related to her: nronertrr By thu act of 167.
tcAcre tltirt teat, no iaxcfid tutte, illegitimate children
were alio wed. to take tne property or the luotner,
both real and personal, '-by tlw general rules tCde-
scent anaoisittbutionv' it liien provides, (and.Uuit
Uthe Clausa sow under construction,) that, "shiiufd
either of such children, Jit inLatale, xctthout ch&t, hit &'r
her brothers l eisters ahalL in like manner, fake his cr
hertstatz:' The. Circuit Judge, in. hi construction,.
tuumuou. uuaxnturge oi uio vuuuouu iaw ui uicjiu
mato brothers and sisters, tdthe exclusion of leeiti-
tnates- That is, that the atatuto-made mo brotiiers
and sisters of s. bastard nis netra, xt tney were also
brUtaniajiut continued tlto common jaw; excliujoa
ex inem tt xnor w'exx.. legitimate, axus is s oxscrun-
ination against tlie general policy of the. law, by
which lawfaLtihUdren.gr kindred are preferred, to
those tltat are baie. born. It is diiBcult to suppose
that such was tUeintentlou of the Legislature. .Oa
what reason coulditbe-foundedjif such, waa the in
tention, it itf not easy .to concei v. It should req aire;
lansuaze too plain for construction to authorize 'or
justify the conclusion that the Legislature Intended
to commumcate inheritable blood to a bastard la
favor of brothers torn.out of wedlock; like himself,.
and not to those equally near to mm in blood, wbo
happened to be more fortunata Ly being lawfully
begotten. Tfe would aot presume without the use
or phraseology entirely unequivocal, inat aucn an
absurdity was intended.
- The nrovisios is. that when a bastard ha tin? pro
perty, dies and without children, 'his oroMerx and
sisterr shall take? his estate." What authority hare
wo. to limit this to any particular description of bro
thers, or to inquire whether they are tha illegiti-
jnate or lawful pnprtng ot uio same motner:
this could be done at alt, It would seem most proper
in favor tf good- morals and, public policy, to dis
criminate: the other way. But we moat take the
terms used to havo tnoir ordinary meaning, and em
brace all brothers and sisters without re gard to their
For this error, thenciathe' charge, of .his Honot-
on a question lying. at the foundation ot the caser we
reverse the judgment and order a new trial. -
A true copy, . test: C. W. irfAOS, Clerk. '
. WlioInyeatcd the Sewing MacliincI
Kp this fact ta view when you porchaee, that a good
IS AN ARTICLE MUCH TOBaT DESIRED S .
Alt INFERIQ R.ONE ISA i EST,, AND IS TO
-i" - BE AVOIDED. --
- , i., .,s.""Te. . -j , . -j. .
ThsnUMtys5a"r)tetlear411tylcf tha original
Howe Sewing Machine,
Was stablixhd In 15tS.
JttttXt oXittt Sttetng X'acilx Fat
nl ejdant. ,
Tho Howe Cylinder Machines,
" - .,-v
rrll Leather Stitching, such as BOOT and SHOE work, Car
rlag Trtamlng, narnets StltrMng.tc , Ac, LVf alwan 'xld
a reputation far above any other Machine i fact narretswlly
Admitted. Xs other taihsr Machine ass so small s Needle u
tha How Cylinder Midlines
PRICES, S 135 AND S150.
For Family use, new Machine;
Bar recently been constructed. Tbey should b axamlned by
' ail persons aoout to purchaso.'.
For Families, Plantations, or Tailors,
ca.-- - - - a .1 .a
The ar unaceatlanablv the best Machine vet offered, having
luQdent rorer7 and sewing the coaaaaar and'tuxsT work with r
aqaai acuity - -
PRICES, SCO, 8S0, tOO AND 9100:
- ; - , i
HOW ESEWINO BIACniXES,
Are adapted to all kinds or Sewing don try Sewing Hla
Chlnu. They are ecnstrsrted under the direct Inspection of
Mr. nOWEhlxir.or the best materials, in the most thorough,
and aubstanUal manner', by aktlful and experienced workmen,
and arc the most Itmptt and if irne Machines In. tha Market.
JO Every Machine fully Warranted.
A permanent oOce has been established in tliit city , far th
aale or th above Mvhlne, where alao, may always be found, a
good nuk of Sewing Machine; Findings. Ilotve's EX
coltlor" machine Twist. &c
The public ar desired to examine, and purchase where best
suited- CONE B.103 , General Agents,
No. 36, Union Strict, Nashville, Tenn.,
serJS-Jly Over tha Book Store of J ohn York Ac C.
i s. arrnxxrrto. ictui soott
T. S. BCTIIEKFUKD & CO.,
General Commission Merchants',
33 Levee and OC Commercial Streets,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
TB. RUTnXRFURD A CO. will give p rump t, and carefu
. attmtlon to all condgnmenta frns their eorrwpoodents.
for sale in St. Louis, and respect fully so licit orders for the por
ch i of Western prodacc general ly
They beg to refer to
Messrs. W II GoaooH tc. Co., Nashville. - -
R A'Blkxrr: President Bank of Miaaonrl mm. . L
J A Bxowxuz.Esq, President Merchants' Back, SL Louis.
JaxasWautx, Esq, Nashville. - f
Jasus 11 LccaJ. Esq, 81 Cou!.' '
J J Asssxsos. Esq, President Back, of St Leull.
b't'ii FLA c.irwT
Hoist, host I our Sag to heaven's breeae, .
Let every fold float high,, a . i
Unfold Its banner arerywhere,
Beneath the western skr - I 1 A 'J
In war, let (very atrip go forth, Wi - - -t
Born bythe patrlet'a hand, .
Proclaim Its beauty and its worth, -O'er
moor and hill and strand. r- 14
In peace guard well the sacred boos, , j
Bequeathed by patriot's blood, - " ,
For oh I 'twas wen In freedom's cans,
Amid the battles flood. - t3
-Moist; sblss ony flag to heaven's breeze
Xt erery fold float high,
Unfurl I ts leaner everywhere, V . P ,-' r
EentaL'i the watrrn rty. mi.-
noist,holst, our flag la Art's gnat taiga.
Let svery star float higher v
Up with tha nation's esableca, -.-7 -
Above thullett spire.
Let every etile are and, : - f t . j
Knew when a type of nature ' mala. .
T, cure t very lypsiaiaum. . , fc
1 k... ... 7rf -717m -
Our country 'a standard wave.
And underneath IU folds preside.
The beautiful tha brave
- Th child tc parent patriot lira
Th warrior wtftoat at rife.
Keats here, in sweet-st portral tur
With every charm but Ufa
Then'rali onr bainerto the sky t
Itfi every star aeiir news,
That types at the Art Ga
. arciiwuiiu w vuuuusBi
rsMS-datwtr Corner of Colisgaaad UrrfnnC
Kecg it Before tbc'FeopIer.
THAT tka.Bi.ir.Road have tpp, tha follnwing lorr rst
of Irelght, lo-wiu .- t
frvmSctieVUio j:nnilU. and all jfrVtrfma :t (htXuh.
.....-t. utorgia icauroaa.
Dtj Good and iu. -Srtesnsaally clisnrf fn first and second
classes, .er 100 pound t- ... so ,wnts.
Hardware, hacom lard, wntslry In barrelt, and tU articlss
of third class, per hundred pounds-7
Snrsr, moiaurs. Sour, leaf tobacco. sscUalt articles of
fodrta class. per 10U pounds ; -IS
From KathtUl' tor Central Jtit, Va.,anda!l nation
on tit TlrgitUa and T,nnttnt SaUroad, ariiclt cXalto- .
Fl-st data, per 100 ji""t ' " cet:t
Second do da da. , j T"Tt . .
Third do do do i . M ii
Fourth do do do- rirt .1
And. from SatitfiU U tmcUmrj, Yu. and alt ttatUn-.
vett on tit rirgVila dtlenMMi .B.ta Central epan
First Class, ner Hal nsnrula nw-r . I.r3 cents
Second do do - rfn..-iiLl. 'A 1 H do
irV Great uiroateh and safety gired W lrerghts andaaving
of InsuraoM over, this routeiii . .; , ',3.
Tho Tariffs mextloned sboi.cover largotrta of rich, pro
daetiv territory iaTenaesjeas'ra tlrgiclawhich,.foim Itsgeo
graphical Tuition. ougilfaWMt L""hT'"? '"C PPiM. A
worthy effo-t sad altali tlo bT,th lll Merchants, may
secursto them thslarg ana lneretetng lmjoKls r-loa
b5 gagarieteudenfJf astiviH AChattacooga R. W
Extra Flne Snga'rr"
vrTTTB have just rteiTSd,dlrset fr.ra.Xaw Orleans, S7"hhdss
,Vy f!strlcyyhoio'rarar'5edJMry tibe now In mar
Sell, ThJ lot etSviarhas been rcparkad thi4j,h-da Us
ull, aad in 5St axcail.at shipping order,
1 Mtmii,-HOO?SR-i ca,
s - Nos-a anaa JtsrkotStmU
srV.n eisw tu scrst. -'fif.-8 'ww oat
,1 oau: s'...
af-vwt i JltssMI vfaTWAI ar-irlHisJJ
Kich Velvet ansj raacj
i teea inn
T . . , ..IWJI, TT
: , . , i ---- Mwiweaai. ana now coao oul
thatulaweatgrait bargains. , -
'i'l'-7'?jh'jr theioo.rta.ti) ofthela-Ues BfTeacesseo
Or Stock COIM!iS0fv.nr u.:. r ,k.JT. A "TV, .
5jt JmvcH mm I
aBorlneta henemeU.a'Striwvr v
Legboro and Willow; Misses and Ihfinta' Hstav TltM(Turban
I Vrr,?P,3f tyrx.jjer styles, braaUmi Tlowcrs ta 8Ss.ad .
i jinoai ATCOinK3esn.KpertectCnaiecx da il.ar ludtoa.Or- 1
( N "e hjTe put ar-tt i tsuirr,.ty.rW to.ur ;-
. - ,.T uv ji.A Auufbauv a-vx se:t-H exuji la- J CtJt X!f. ffi
' MRarf Km r-.i PS. -.ww. . o i, . I ' .
i -5"" nowatooms. . . . .
OUners ant "
r'-M vpiuni w l iu rnuriD attiiaiEi Miia bumssrv - - -
LOooda as eheiS
5ToJon St?Mtf next door lo taSt ClaV, -
. CHARLES JL. IIAJaL,
WriOtESAXB ABD XXTAlI, DWtEft IT
S80TS. SHOES, TRUNKS. VALrsrwl
CARPET -BAGS, &c-, r"
Jto, is sours ntD-trPirsLia stytrABr.
!' WASUYZILEs.TNS.. V
Oanti Bn Calf 'Soots and shoes Sndns tata- ainatk and
treat flea Calf Ssotca Boots and Shoes;
do ilo Kip Brofvie, nal atKTuallaed; - -
do &l- lieavyCalf sal KrpRooU."
do M 6 dx Cials, waUr prcaS Bcxta-Afarsa-assortroentaf
lleave Brttraoaarjil ttAia b.st..i.i(-.
use. Kotti Hon. tsads arl astera Work. 3Ien a Pionrh
-W omea'X Heavy Date"! Roots, AXev
A complete asaortawnt or sy. and T-cta's Cirf Aiid Kip
Boots. BbcosandBraMnsralao.aisse and ChilJM Kn.,!r
CoatBitcs, Oaiters a.d .Viarghal So4taea,wlth sad wUhoat
'Ailssss and Chlldrea t Mat uiirTIppe-1 Bocts new srucU.
Aleak Ladlea Treneh Preaa Tr.mi i. fhar ant Im-Sm. .
'rraaacd, Trunks. Tallaes, Carpet Rags. Ladies Leather Saubata,
mn ..ruuBucmu asuu aavanew owaiasxerei voar
Mj.fr! tr-da and tho pobllo tentralry are respectfully la.rMto
zamine their stock, feellnc confident that the will ba c1eeaa4
both In respect to rjuallty and prtre-
Shis' valnahie and popular Sledidna, prepared In cocfori-'Jy wltft
iv uuujna o& in waters m uxwejconKoa Dcltxer- Bprtng, US
2trtnany , In a meat conenient and portabss form, taa "
anttersaiiy reearvaa tne masi ravoraw reooa
BMndatioaa ot tho Medical profession and
a Discerning Puttie, at tha
MOST EFFICIENT AND ACRE EARLS
In use, and as being entitled to special preference over the many
Mineral Spring waters, Sddllta Powders, sad ether stmllar artt
d3, both frsslts ooaptctsess and grtac fffirey. It any Va
ul.wlth tha best effect In all
Sellout and FJBtStuatti, Sick EtadaaKt, Lot of Apr-
SPRING; AND SUMMER SEASONS.
It Is particularly adapted to tha wants of Travelers bv Sea and s-. -
Xjud, seauenu in an vumaies, rersoas or cteoeoiary
xxauu, xnvaiuu, soa uinvaiesocnts iap-ins oc
Vessels and Planters wilt find tt s valuahls ad- -
t'ttfan to tbelr MedleXnri Chest- - .
With those who have usod it. It has hlrb favor aritsCeerr(?.isii
I ilnattorUtSateoUt Zicer It renders great aervlcs tara-
atortns- healthv artlou.
In Govt and Atumatlm7t gives the best satisfaction, at
laving ail Inflsmmstory symptoms, and lataaay caaen egtrtaaUy
curtn those affilcted.
lutvectttactiaet of urate., jnatgeme, tnatoara osd
Coetitenet Proves It to be s itediane of tn grearest otittty
Ae<tv of tU- lgomacX,ad tit dttirtttlatr saiaM
tuuai during prrgnaruy Yields speedily, and wiai snaxka ,
Jtafonlt tit areatetl Mler U Mote amtttd vUK on.
feet tt lit FCttOcntlj acting oa th towers, centralizing all
irritating ecrauons,ana tnerepy removing anin.imrr.srnry tea- .
Jn foci, it it iaraluailtin alt cote saters a. Unlit Aperies
Ills In tha form of a powder, eirtfally put un In bettW. t3
keen In any elima!,and merely require water poured wwa-it-to - '
prod oca adellghtful effet lesteut beverage.
Taken In the morning, it never Interferes witalscavacatloaj
of the das, acting gently on the system, restoring Ota Jst'iVrlvo
powe .-3, exciting a heal thy arxl TigenmsUrs of tha 3truacrrand "f
cresting an elasticity of mind and Sow of spirits whiebgtre sesc
to every enjoiment. It also enables the rsraM to- etr many - '
ioxsrle with Impunity, from whirfc ha must sthtsa, bo. d-vT
barred, and without which life is irksome and dWressIa
NcDeronatetfimonlala from professional aset ottarr Wastteraea ss.
st tbe highest atsndlng throujhout tha country, and bis abadssy :
tncreasinz popularity for a aeries of years, strongly saarsetetf fts -
opularlty for a aeries of years, strongly rn&raotwfts
efficacy and valuablectaracter.andconuuecdit to tha tavoraSls :my.
tlc of an Intelligent public
Pianared and sold. Wholesale and Retail bv
JOHN A. 7AURANT as. CO., Drurgljt,
T ETWEEN Nashvili, MemphU and EnorviHe,'' and Etaiftas
Jr otr th East Tenntsse and Georgia XUHroad. v
" Itaic 1b cents per 100 Itrs. between Nasbvill arEaazvBt,
and Sutlons bn KaU Tennessee and Orarjla Kallrud.
Flrst Class sixtr rents per one hundred pounds;
Second do do do do do;
Third 'o- Potty seven cents per ens hundred poaadjj , a
Foofih da Thirty-are do da- do da.
Sates in cents rezonabundreil pounds, between MeanAk as4
Kpoxville, and Stations on th East Tcnnene and Oe-rrRHl- -road-
First Class ninety Ave cents per ono hundred poervitf. Yia.
SecoDd Class, ninety lite cents per one hundr-d pounds;.
Third C!as.sefenty-&ve cent per ot hundred pMsdsf
Fourth Class, fifty six est ts perone huadrj puaidSf
Will b carried from the celebratd Piaster Banks In Ylrgtaia, i!
to Chattanooga nd Daltea, and Etatloca on tb- Kast Teennea: '
and Oeor la Railroad, as Ix.do!lars per t-n vffttaX) pesada, ,
To Nashvili and all SUons on tha Nadistii fc ChaUanoog , .
Ralbxad. at nine dollars per tor cf S,Cfx amwit " ' '
Alio Jo Tuacamnti and Stat has Vast of Tucuata an tH' '
Meaphls At Charleston Road, at la dollars r.erta, and all Sta.
Ions west of Xus cu-nbla, at twelv dollars er ton.
- 1 CLASSIFICATION.
Spirits of turpentine, camphtu, burning; Ctrtds and virsfii',
will oalv b Utenat owner's risk.
Gunpowder and rrlctlansnatchet. and other eashssKhTeartf.
eteiwill to- charged at local rate of each Road, and only at
Xtovx s couvensance.
Agrieuttaral Implements, burning; fttWs.owrer"a risk efleak- '
ag( i baskets, twics firs' class rata; biUltg. bHaJs. bonccts,
LWII,UWUW.IHIVl,U. IWMitW.klIHUiar HWBU
brosm corn ptesaal.-eampblna, at owner' risk of kat'ga, c.r--.
boys acids, iiA ather chemicals, double first das rates; ta&nrt
War, krocied .town, and wellboird. firt class rates: nn!slrar-
peting, corkfr nntectlvnery, chairs, boxes. talcafl.tt.eUw rata:.,,
rfiais boxeu and strapped; cassia la mats cap-: c.vers aid
jWvem clocks and wvtgnts; eopparand brass vrsselsjieniljohns.
owner a risk, tslca first class ratea. drugs la tales and. boxes; dry
gocda la Nues, hales and trunks: furniture set up ami boxM.
twlce first class rate furnita anockeo o-own aad welt aaxad,
first clssntrs;farm.wagrina.li rUt.c; fea brs. turs. figs, lo
fish, fre-h; garden eeodStglawwirvwlraUw glass, grape,
lb krgs; tuts and caps, hldest (ory. loose: household .oida (not
fursixars wt It hoxedrhair, to sacks; lnl,tadigo. India rabexe",
goodl. leather (loose.) liquor in glass, lemons, aakd; lotkii; '
glasses, hsxed, t.ics first cXasa raS; machlnny.boged siatraMaa"
twice first data rates; moaHiags and picture frames. Mats aijl
rsgs, medtdnes. muskets; marbie, wrought, at owner's riakf
m-asaressnd tatakmoss trr saesu: xauslcat tcstrunents,mlnarat..
water. In glass nuts tn bags; oysters in kegs and cans; oraages,
sacked, oil in glass; paper hanging, cot bcxtit: pKMrvesla.
glass, at ownerS risk; pickles la glass, at owner, risk, ralra lest,
pa'trles; printing presses piano fortes.at owner's risk, potter and
al In glass; paintings and pictures well boxed; rattan, ratsla
bristles; steam boilers, thirty feet and under; steam boilers, over
thirty feet, one and a hair first class ratti; stationery, seythw
sr.ats; rale and ecale bes-ns notb-jxed; sleighs, boxed, twicw Cat
class rates; stoves, at owner's risk; sweat potatoes, sislng, stov
pip, spirits turpenUn; stove plates st owner's risk: tewing ma
chines; trunks, Unwsie.boxtd; troes and shrubbery balled, A
owner's risk, on and s half first class sates; twine; toys.boxedr
umbrellas; vexeexlag, not boxed, varnish; wagons, children'
not boxed, twice nrit class rates: wagons and hobby horses,
boxed, on anl s hair first class rates: was, win, in box or bars
ketstwtiipt, whalebone, wheelbarrows; wooden war, wagon fet
Ioeiand twf;wIllowwsre,ticfirrtcUssrates; wool.
Antinicnv, cm-is; applet, dried, baking powders, bed corf tt
bbgs, bagging, bells boUles; brinnuen In boxes kegs;Mndfrr
boards, burlap, berries, cotton waste; chain cotton, woolen and
unpen, candles, cocoa, chocolate; eofiee ground la boxes or
barrelt;capsans.csssla in bags or loirs: china war In rssXt,
currents, dried; cutlery. Choir-stuff la rough; copper Plate
sheets, bolts, pigs, wire, nalli or roads: copper bottoms; cheese.
In boxes or casks; dovee and grass seed- crocttrj in borrs anil
barrels: couaiess and bedford water in boa or hurrela; dy
woods In boxes or rarrels; domestic sheeting, shirting, ticking;
aoddcnlmt in original bals; duck, droga in casks; deer skins .
preised; tax ie-a,Ux Uaed; forka, hay and manure; ginger,
glue, gum copal sgioeerios assorted (notothwir spedfied; era
andeluver seed. hyJes, dry, its bales; honey, hoes, bops; berrlns
la trues; hemp.irob.hoop and sheet: leather la tolls or boxes:
liquor !t wood, liquorice; lead, pip. Urand het;roahogany ,
Doarusat.a puna, aaaruie siaos. uuwrougat. owners riska8
preskxt in cat ; nuts is btrrels or oats: oakum, oUelolh; ptinta
in txixes snl canst palm leaf cresasd: printer's Ink. in aezs-ot
barrels; paper In boxes: pasteboard; peaches dried; priaffog pa-
ner: isisei la esaks, pepoer: osscr hanalsgs ta bsxw.; pfcktr ln
cask,- pipes ruhter car sprinss, Joooe. rabbr packing and boeo;
raltlaj, strapped, rags In sacks; (cjthet, shovels, spades. Soap:
rptce.starcn.sadlltry; sardines In boita. sheep and ehtr tUsmt
In hales, shot in bags, sugar in bagy. teal and scale beams boxed)
tobacco In bales: toiacco cnt In boxes or' barnls: tow,tea,rj(r3r' '
verrtcring botI, wood tn shapas, wlrs. Willow reeds la but-lksr-
wrapping paper; yarn pressed and balled aloe in rolls and sheets.
Anvil. axes; ale and beer ta-wood, beef Is barrels; bacon well
packed in boxes orcaska; barilla, bones, boiler Dues; Mack lead
iihajrelx: bartend cob mi Us; carriage springs, coxes sad artrs;.
eidirlatnrrtU or hogsheads; crockery to eratea sad hegsaeads;
eoSe sod chicko y: copper in bxes and eaaka. enwfeiej, chains,
loose; dywais. In slick 1 epot salts. In bam la; gum alulae, .
lnorlgtoal package: hardwire; hofs and hors. hides, gretn,
herring Is-keasOwoksand hIages;troB safes, hen nUacgrTro-'
rtBUa,hoanci3p;Jtwk-Bte.iara la wood kegs or.caot;
lead in casks or pig; lightning rods la bandies; Ittsa ISYisft;
jaaJJerlnhrgshcads, millstones fiaished; tasxiila: sine rat) wa
ter (Va.ard Tenn i la kejsor barrels; naiia Ua bags; oystaa and -alams
Itf shell at owner's nsk; oil in bogsaead and bkxTtls,
pauiu, dry and in oil. pork tn barrels; mater tar springs tshoxaal,
iBdcaaka. rubber belting: alarats in boxes; spelter, shot iu. '
kta; soda In boxrs; tin plat hexed; tobaoca man ufscSartU ta t
boxes and kgs;veslto in barrels or box; Yiaejar. wL' fcae- -jog,
whit lead, srhliky la bsrIg-
FOURTII CLASS. '
Anchors, Alant, latarrels an 1 hogsheads; brimxbrna fa barrr' -and
hog-beidj;Meachlog taita, burr blocks; haxUry-barvUs eat
too In bales; codfish In, tierce and boxes; car abeer acd axV,.
cements, cialk, Iay, chain, ahU, ehaia la t k v. csecw oil i
earck. paint, eaithera and atcn ware la crates and hogsheads;
fish salted, fence wire; figs la cask sad haii BoarUiiSarIa
and sacks; ga pipa( goaao; h)riilos IsGaeUgwsi Iron. bar.
band.pig. boilers and railroad; Irn, nut aiai glv.lvirn.cat
tni.heivi; loca m-t ire I re; laoii piaster; raUsaes maho-arc-togs,
nnrbl lnHok unwroagti. u.llitcars ir rtnhJaaUaud
ipikesvcall reaa; ores, had, copper, trsa gla-'njtusa.arbar.
rrlt; pitci.platier, palm cil, putty; ra.a pre-sl'li''&wrica
railroad chairs and spikaa, main; rigjinx, rrfr-ar3 c, taltr1
soda-aih; stect, sogir la togtbads,bajXrlt and boxest aosa uaat
wroagl t, sods la k;s, barrela.oratralertua rf aejr, .barre'a;
or rask.: ta reo tcrap and leal in eatza'sd twglwaM; tin, ur
tin In p gs; tenejaposica; telagrsph- wlre.taRow; bitiiig; wa
Ur pipes, wire ropes; wheat la well tewed esesaargor twilled
bagt;slac'eheii Incaiksatticaaesixia; In pigs. i
ThlsTarlS to takt eloclon thaluXsy at Spiaitr,;3C3,uido
continue until other nolle. - ,
T. W. COLE,
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Desirable Country Krsldcncc.
I OVrS a for sale the pHe upon which 1 hav resliedlhe p-ea-estycsr.
1 1 cunlaina 3 aci es o No 1 tand,l 3 w-lleajrom
noeity a th old rratklla Turnpike, has runMog water an Ut
wear a comfortable d walling, kitchen, SUM ad earriagw
bons, and ovr a mile of good plaak f cues In 'act it la -la ot.
Ur aoat dslrab' pUot ta th cant" i regards ntgr
hood, ittasttoa. soU. sad natsral advaataxia. Jos aasuklf
fardraKsrmotUarpaatt. A oarsalncan v. lid ! It. Ap-
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