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BOOK AKD JOB PEI5TLKG,
BATLT ASD KXTIDITIOCBLT JEXKCTJTZD
ax this orricc.
BLA5XS OF ALL KINDS
(flATLT PEINTED AND FOE BALK AT TUX OFFICI.
mjjjmiti' i t-1 "
y8. ii. PARVIN, newspaper and advertising agent,
C'ncfnnati,is authorlird to receive and receipt for subscrip-
tim.ana.drert-ir.gror True mB.
V. B. Palme. Newspaper and Advertising A rent,
Brown'sron Building, Philade plila.is our on' aulWUed
Agent In that city.
BAIL ROAD KAIL.
timk roa the mails on thk cuatt anoooa e. e.
Leave Nashville at 7 A.M. n1 t)f P. M.
Arrive at Nahiil T)tf A. M. and 5J P.M.
The Mail lor the Ktern and Southern Cities close at
P. M. and for Way Oflioes at B o'clock, P. M.
jyl p- R- ANUERgOX, P. M.
' TIIUIISDAV rctml. Al . 30. i roing. cravats scarfs, lace,, edging, &0. of
4 aa interminable list of fancy articles of a. I de-
FisFEriT-IIoRTici;LTCRK.-Cornparative- j rirtions, of which we shall not attempt au
' ly few of our citizens are aware that within ft enumeration.
a few minutes1 ride of the Court House there We advise all our country friends, and retail
is an embryo Horticultural Garden, which bids era generally, to give them a call before leav
fair, in a few years, to rival its most successful ! '"g the city, at least. They will learn things
I.redecewrs in other States. This garden was ! there never before dreampt of in their philos
commenced about eighteen months bince by p'y. Our young friend, W. 15. GnrBBs, Esq.,
our fellow-citizen, Lous C. LisrtT, Ej., a ! formerly an attache of the house of Douglass
gentleman eminently well qualified, practically j & Co., can be found at this house, rejoicing in
and theoretically, to carry such an enterprise
forward with success. We found on our table
yesterday some sjiccimensof pears, the largest
and finest we have seen this season, from these
young trees, only two years old, and trans
planted eighteen months since. They were of
the "Bartlett" variety, and are decidedly hand
come in appearance and delicious in taste. Mr.
Lishy Las hundreds of fruit trees, peaches,
pears, plums, &., equally precocious in their
bearing qualities. He also cultivates the most
approved varieties of hade trees, tnd has
among Lis assortment some rare specimens.
With reference to the cultivation of fruit,
as indeed, with reference to most of the pro
ducts of the soil, there is great room for im
provement in Tennessee, and we regard the
establishment of these Horticultural gardens
as one of the mot tflVctive agencies in pro
moting this improvement. They serve to
fchow to the farmer what can bo done in his
orchard, and how much more satisfactorily
and profitably it can be managed by a little
attention to the science of Horticulture. They
offer to that large number of persona who are
opening residences in the country, convenient
to business, an opportunity of planting their
orchards and shade trees under more favorable
circumslanres than could otherwise occur, and
they operate as a si imiilns upon tho whole
community to seek to excel in the cultivation
of fruit. They have accc.omplished wonders
in this respect in other States, ns can be seen
by a visit to the Agricultural Fairs of Ohio,
New York, New Jersey, &c, and they will ac
complish wonders hero.
The garden above referred to is in Edgefield,
and the proprietor is a.lwa) ''at home" to
Bam. and Siitei:. Let it be remembered
that the Ball and Supper for the benefit of the
American Guards will come off to-night at
Odd Fellows' Hall. The prospects for a de
lightful reunion, we understand, are unusually
flattering. The ladies have succeeded (as they
always do) in preparing and procuring the
wherewith to make an abundant and elegant
(.bowing in the dining room, w hile the gentle
men have made all the necessary arrangements
to make everything pan off in good style in
the Ball Room. You that Lave dancing to do
prepare to do it now.
Rktciinkd. Fhancisoo, the prince of hat
ters, after an absence of several weeks, rnsti
eating about "fifty miles north of ," is
again at his post. I)nring his absence lie made
large purchases of the latest stales of goods
in Lis line which will bo "on hand" iu a few
GKASsHoi-i'Kits. The immense number of
these "natives" that are hopping about the
country is really astonishing, and is attracting
considerable attention. The- are not satisfied
with taking the country, but have entered the
city in innumerable squads. They hop upon
the jew and the gentile alike, and carry their
inquisitive dispositions to most outrageous ex
tremes in many instances. The boys are cap
turing them by hundreds, and cairying them
about on strings, to be devoured ultimately by
somebody's mocking bird. We understand
they are destroying a great deal of vegetation
in the country.
Ocb Citt Scnoui.s. The Board of Educa
tion Lad a meeting yesterday. The Superin
tendent reports between 14U0 and loOO schol
4 ars entered for the ensuing term.
The project of purchasing O ld Fellows' Hall
lias been abandoned. The owners of that edi
fice, we understand, after the Board had agreed
to purchase it at their original price, advanced
their terms considerably, and the renult was
that the Board refused to take it upon any
New Post OrFitK.Tliere l as been estab
lished In the North-western portion of Henry
county, a new Post Ollice, called North Fork,
and W. F. England appointed its Postmaster.
ffT"We learn from the Memphis Eagle anJ
inquirer that Mr. Toiskr, Superintendent of
the Free School of that city, ha resigned the
IOhition, and accepted an offer from the Board
f-f Education of this city. This is tho thiid
Suerintendent that has Wen induced to throw i
op Lis situation in th Bluff City for the pur
Kse of removing to Nashville! That's an
Death of a Mkmrkk Elect. W learned
at the?ost Office yesterday that the announce
ment of the death of George Kinney, Eq.,
joint Representative elect from the counties of
of Orcene, Hawkins, Hancock aud Jcffi-mon,
was endorsed on the way-bill from East Ten
nessee which came to lmml yesterday. The
event was anticipated to somo extent, the de
ceased Laving been confined several weeks
with a vevere attack of fever.
New Cottos. The Memphis Wkij of the
A lift of eight tml.-a of il.e ticw crop wai re
ceived yrteri1jT, froru tlm plantation of I'ol. lKck
cry, in aSiiippi, aud immediately aoij at K'jc
per pound. Some twenty fi bale hr already
been received at t! i point, all of Licb wet Wtiii
ready ! at from 'i to 1-c."
The U'a.nier Frinceaa, from Yjrktburg, took Into
New Orleans, on her last trip, lVCO taJcitf the
new crop. The total receipt ol new crop up to
tbe 2ol.h bit were about 4,000 bales, aaluat 93 at
tb Mine date but year.
Mourisos & Co. Wo Lad the pleasure of
looking through the extensive stock in the
house of Morrieon & Co., corner of Deaderick
yesterday. They have es-
, i 1 . . ...
' chewed the retail business almost entirely for
the future, and are prepared to entertain the
country trade with as fine an assortment of
goods in their line, and at as low rates, at) any
similar lioune in this country.
Their 6tock consists, besides a large lot of
staple and fancy dry goods, ribbons, trim-
me possession oi ais wonieu auuuuujr uu yu
liteness. ITocse of Repkesestatives. Onrold friend
and veteran fellow craftsman, V Lawsos
Bakkt, Esq., will be a candidate before the
Houmj of Representatives of the next Legisla
ture for the position of Door Keeper. We de
part from our rule in reference to candidates
for offices before the Legislature in alluding to
Eq. IJakkt. But we fell an interest in his
case. He is a veteran typo, and dates his ex
perience back in the newspaper business 60 far
almost that the memory of man runneth not
to the contrary. Few men have done more
hard work and done it better than Laweou
Barry. He is now feeble. The yellow leaves
of autum are around him the nilvered head
and diverging lines upon his wrinkled face, be
tokeu the weight of years. This little oflice
will bo a God-send to him, and happily he is
quite well qualified in every respect to dis
cliargo its duties. We are certain le will not
have a competitor who has the advantage of
him in years, and noue more needy or deserv
ing. . Obitcabt. We regret to learn that Geo. C.
Nemell, son of Capt. Newell of the . Ii. W.
Hill, died on Tuesday in Memphis, of yellow
fever. He contracted the ditease in New
Williamson County Braftt. Wo are
credibly informed that twenty-five or thirty of
"Sam's" fairest daughters from old William
son famous for the beauty and intelligence of
her ladies will be present to-night at the Ball
of the American Guards, "Oh! would I
were a boy some more."
WEEKLY KEVIEW OF TEE MAEKET.
TRUE WMG OFFICE, )
Nashville, Aug. 30, "18S5. J
The weather for the past week has been warm
and exceedingly wet, several heavy showers having
fallen in the time. The affect upon ,the grow
ing cotton and tobacco crops of this excessive mois
ture will undoubtedly prove more or less detrimen
tal, but the extent of the iujury cunuot be esti
mated as yet.
Tbe river has receded very little during the
week. There are now about S feet on Ilarpeth
Shoals and falling. Only a few boats are running
between this port and Paducah, and the bnsiueas
is extrem ly email.
Trade continues to mninUiu unusual activity.
Wheat has bceo coiniug iu freely, especially du
ring the la.st three days.
In the wholesale Dry CooJg department our tuer
chants have received the bulk of their goo Is and
are entertaining tionie of the early buyers. Every
tiling promises an active business in this branch.
In Cotton and Tobacco there is nothing doing.
Cultivators of Tobacco will find here during the
approaching season, the best market for their fine
manufacturing leaf, as our manufacturers are deter
mined to do all in their power to encourage an im
provement in the quality of Tobacco brought to this
market, as a general thing. To secure all the re
quifites necessary to make the leaf acceptable o the
manufacturer, the planter should pay especial atten
tion to the time of hurveptinjj, and avoid cutting it
too green. Let it get thoroughly ripe, and deprived
of the (sees- of moisture which the heavy raiui
have given it
(ir.OCEKinS We notice no material changes
in the grocery maiket The trade is active and
etock arc ample. The only quotation altered in
our Trice Current is that of Hio Currier, which we
put at 1?13.
SUGAK is firm at 7a8J for New Orleans in bbls.,
and '.talO lor white Ilarana, and 80 for brown.
GUA1X Tho trade in Wheat has been heavy
during tbe we k, and tales have been made as high
aa $1. Yesterday, however, the highest figure
paid was ttdc, aud that only fir Iota to be delivered
during the current week. We thiuk the prospect
very fine for decline. Many of the heavy orders
ou the market, limited as to lime, will expire on
the 1st of September, and will be withdrawn. Thee
crdera have been the ba-'nmf the bulk of the tratis
artiona io the market The Northern crop will
soon be, and in fact already is, to some extent, in
market, and the demand fur Southern Wheat most
consequently fall cff. We quote now evo a the
current quotations. Iu other grain we notice no
change since our lat.
FKATHKRS are in better demand, and we change
our quotation to 25j2S.
I'KOVISIONS Back las a'ightlr improved
since cur lait, and we now quote lin at Hal!,
shouMers 910, side II, and hog round 10.
lk'TTira command 15c on the street iu large quan
tities, while a fiue arixlo will readily tell iu market,
to any extent, at ?023. I.aro is unchanged.
Wholesale price Halo; market price 1520 (or fine
tatl I art. Mkal sells in quantities at Co70, and
retail at 8oc. Eocs are worth fC.
Uxtail Miksxi Chicken 12al3; Cutter 20
25; Potato. C.'.T5; Apple 40; IVacLea 40e to fl.
czkixexu s nax shoes axd oim&ai
RECtlVU) THIS DAT,
C" TST& ! Hrowslup Col great Galif;
I " - cuah ,ia A ab tip;
" Uunrin S.o;
" ' PaLrm LcatLrt lrm F! oh;
With var u oUter aiJa, uxtir of It bkmI
Ia.tH.nal Jm4 upt4 at li CjiU- :ru
1 JouM RAMAGC
I AM arltinf rarl. kind at Stor ft tidif, V an 4
CI li'lrvn, at rlwMt caa, u wtuar ilwa au and aiaAa
room fc.r i ua. JOM fcAWAut,
U(4 4J CUiff. ijrt.
Till liEEAT QUESTION
Ot witl yMi eooaidM tk sai-jret uf rifUIONAL REU
UION. A MS Sai'P'.J el Uu iH.alr- work law rm ,y.
4by tUAHUa W. JillTM,
WUOLESALE PKICE CCKHEJfT.
AXES. I TEXNESSKK IRON.
ColHnt Co.(Hartford)J13al4!Bar, common, ft H) 6
li. CoUins A other make Sal 4 Band, " 6Ci
BEESWAX. iHoop, " TX&X
Tellow, lb 80a22e'8heet, " 1)6&Z
CAXDtlS. Best boilerlron " x
Mould TaUow, ft fi 14 Pig, ton t3Cio
Sperm, 40(42 Green, S
Dry Salted " 12(18
Common Caetiniti B iXQfi
Mill uranui A fjudgeon 4
Wagon Boxen, J B i)(
Western Reserve, 8
EngUahOairT, 14 j
Cumberland, y buKhel IS I
Java, ft lb 1718
Strained, 9 S . 61 2
Comb, V b lOQiia
Carraeass f V 0 11,15!, 20
Pig, V t, 8c
Bar, " 8
Sole, oak Ucned, 9 lb ttfcn
Laguyra " . 184&14 Skirtiue,
Rio " lSJailS, MOLASSES.
COrPER. New Orleans, gallon 8540
Eheet, 9 .
40c Suifar House
Manilla, y lb
iGolden Syrup "
v a IT a
Ala. A Ten. lb T9
Lard, $ gallon,
TOO and 300
be $ doi Sperm, '
Tanner', fl gal
do np. $1 gal,
White lead, in oil, per
400 lie "
4-4 Sheeting 8c V yd
keg t3 5o
Tent Cloth, (3ydi
Tarpaulin Cloth. 6a3c
Chrome G reen , tt) S540
Soanisb Brown " 4&5
Twilled Bagging, 12tf a!4
Bacon 3ams, V 0 11H
Heary Woolen Jean, 4da45
Laid or Linaeyi, 8t'aS5
do shoulder '
do side, '
do hog round '
C W6 50
Seamles baps, $4 80 ) doi
Patent machine, sewed, 40 ISutter,
DIICGS A-ND DYK STUFFS
Aloe $ lb 2535
Meal, $1 bushel
Assaftetida M 40
Borax Crude " . M&SS
" refined " 40&i45
Brimstone, roll " tQ,6
Camphor refined 55c6o
Carolina, fresh, $ ft
Barrel, W bushel.
Sack fine y bag.
Cantharides " 12,50(8,00
Castor oil ) gal.tlKal Iu
Ureain 1 arttr, B Mitrn
Flor Sulphur. " 7a7V:Millett
Gum Arabic, S5cfi5ixijTiniothy,
" Copal, " 6.7U;Klax Seed,
ipecac " fj.oo
Jalap, " $l,2534l,50
iogwooa gr'nd " 6
Madder, " lfiinc
Magnesia, " 4(k(012(
Buck, bag, t2,U2,50
Cincinnati, brown B B
Turpentine Bar " 9(ftl0
Castile A Windsor " 17&20
Nu galls; ' 50(60
Oil I'epperm't " 0
Opium, " 7,'0S,00 STEEL.
Quicksilver, " 1 Ou 1,15 American BlisterS tt-C3tfa7V
Rhubarb, " 8,00;l,5iiEnglish do " 15
Sal Soda, M 6o jOaat, " 2'
Saltpeter, " Shear, " 1S20
SiUeratus, IX German, " 12 13
tetiiia. " 85a50 SUGARS.
Sugar Lead, " 80 JNew Orleans, ( lb
Tardia."iJ " 50 Havana, white "
6 . - - r- t. rt i .1 . it
l.iv ueese, v u, xoozo,
Mackerel, No 1 bbl 21
No a " none
" No 8 " 12X18
St Louis, bbl, none
Ginger Race 2 9(311
Tennessee, t60o6 50!
Brandy French gal 12,50(35,00
do American " 8550c
Rum, Jamaica, " $1,251,50
Raisins, $ box, t3,504 00
Almond!), $) lb, 20
Apples,dned y bush. none.
Peaches, " " "
Peeled Peaches "
do American, " 6llc
Gin, Holland, $1,3010
no American, 8"1,i0
Ginseng, y lb, al5
I Window 8x10, bx 3V4,50
w uukey, " KvJ40
fmperial, ) & 60(3? 1,00
iunpowder " bu0,t76
Uo 10 x 12, 4,lK!45,ln Young Hyson "
00 11 x 24, " a.&UioHrBIack,
Wheat, V bushel,
65(t0 W. Meredith's
4045,RaU-Road Twist 75(3S0
Corn, yellow " 5oi5
Oats, clean " BO
oo ao l.L 8032)tf
Know Nothing, 80
iX bushelseach, 17Jtf&20 LanghornA Ar'd Jas River 60
Rifle, ft keg, C00
Blasting, " $4,00
Manilla, tt, none.
Amer. dew rotted J & ....
" water-rntted " ....
Virginia twist, ft &, 25:i0
Kentucky " 10a20
Leaf, " 6S
Baling, V ft, 2580e
Cider, ft gallon, 10; bl5,00
Madeii a, gallon f 1.5n2.00
20 Sherry, " 2,(M34,00
S0&25 Malagasweet" 5n6Gc
iPort. " tl.OwffA3.00
Rendered, V &
lOalO Champagne ftdos il0$,50
RATES OF EXCHANGE, UNCUEREKT FUNDS, fte
ooaaacTiD wisely at
HANK Of NASHVILLE.
College tret, Nashville, Tennessee,
TENNESSEE, all notes payable at Nashville, X pre
do do do Branches, par
KENTUCKY, all solvent Banks, par
OH IO, all solvent Banks, par
INIHAXA.Htate Bank par
INDIANA Free Hanks 1 to 15 dis
i'LNol LY A MA, Philadelphia Banks par
NEW YORK, City Hanks, ,
MASSACHUSETTS, all good Banks,....
".ft.uv.M, on DO ....
NEW H AMPSniRE, do do
NEW JERSEY, do do
CONNECTICUT, do do
RHODE ISLAND, do do
MARYLAND, Baltimore Banks,
DELAWARE, all good Banks,
ALA BAM A, Stale Bank,
Southern Bauk of Alabama,
Bank of Montgomery
Bank of Mobile
FLORIDA, all Banks broken
LOUISIANA, all specie paying Banks...
ARKANSAS, all Bauksbroken
WISCONSIN, all good Banks
MICHIGAN, all good Bankj,
MAINE, do do .. .
MISSOURI . .
Sight Exchange on New York,
do do New Orleans,...,
do do Cincinnati,,
do do Louisville, ,
8o day Dills on New York,
60 do do
t0 do do
8:) do on New Orleans,
0 do do
10 do do
l rre 1 Vpre
. . par V pre
X pr 1 Pre
a It i.r.k
Small silver change
LAND WARRANTS 40 acres 40; hO acre '0; 12o acre
lx ; 160 acres . O.
20.000 Bush els Wanted.
No 81 College Street.
UTF win psy CASH for Wheat delivered In Khvnie.
sacks furnuhed. Call and see B before you s.11
S'5-tf J. A K. YEATMAN.
I ri'F.v TnOl'SAND BUS HEM PRIME RED WMK4T
A wanted. deMverahle at ur H arthoun by the 15Ut tuat.
for wt.kn eill 72 cent per bu.lirl of 6i lb.
' gS W. H. t.ORDON A CO.
?oo,oa iu!iiii:l wheat
UfANTFD iai-netllalcly at thshlghest eaah price. Pag
furuikiicd if deaired. D. D. DICKLY.
No. ft College street
IXrANTED iHt.fXK) botheta Wheat, drUvered at Na.h-
llle f r which the high! market pri. will be paid
la cafe. IT?" Backs U any saetity hirnijhed to order.
auji Is No end a Broad it
I7IFTT TnorPASD BIPIIEL WHS AT WANTED, for
which lb highest prto tn CASH wtl be paid.
CkYMOUR. FASMNU A CO..
Corner Market and Church street.
CASU ion W II EAT
UT are pmar
PkJ ' for
arvd t pay the n 1 O H t T MARKET
r )-at sasttl srn. at the kah.
ViU Cay tli:is and desire ail the Wheal Grower ta rvw a
a sit bekvw hUi g elneherw. Likew'4 w st all b pre
parvi to evrhaagt Ftor for Wkrat oe neh I'm as U
be Ml'.facty. o. HtKMnsi) A CO.
I C N. B. W win pay 19 bar eecl abor the sjurket
prase for.W twal cicaiv Uvravgh
CHILS'I CEAIX EXTAEAT02S.
jell wairwU o.u. tea
I Ml II II I It I A wgy aaa M yearsof age fot the
sums wf U J. Asseaboy aMigultaa4 lSyear
ola at. A. )UAWK,
! Gfaorti ltal V. 1! praOcOck It.
Dry and Sparkling Catawba,
K0. 35 EAST THIRD STREET,
jylG-ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
It 1 a tact, authenticated ber as well as all over the State,
and, Indeed the whole Western States, that Sloan' Medi
cines hare obtained a wide spread celebrity and reputation,
to which they are justly entitled for their "healing Tirtne"
and powers. We are cot among those who are prone to
every patent humbug that comes along, and in this instance,
hare delayed onr endorsement nntil we hare been able to
make assurance doubly sure, not only by testing them per
sonally ourselves, bat from the testimony cf a numerous
portion of the community living around tu. JUinout Globe,
See Sloan's advertisement la another column.
PROF. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. The testimony
of all who hare thoroughly tested the virtue of this cele
brated article, that it will restore the gray, and the bald,
eradicate disease of the Scalp, preserve the bair from fall.
Ing, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old ,"age.
It is now put up both with and without sediment. See ad
There are few thints which afford us greater pleasure than
sitting down to write a notice of the celebrated Hoofiand
German Bitters, because we are fully contcicus we are con
ferring a public benefit, and our heart tells us that by our
notice 'many bare been induced to take these Bitters, and
been rescued from death by dyspepsia, liver complaint, Ac,
for the cure of which it is certain. It is prepared and sold
only by Dr. 0. M. Jackson, at the German Medicine Store,
No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia.
See advertisement. aagl 1m
Letter from Hon. John Minor Botts, of Virginia.
Richmohd, July 9th, 1S55.
Messrs. Wm. 8. Biebs A Co., Genls. Considerations of
duty to the alllicted alone prompt me to send you this vol
untary testimonial to the great value of " Carter's rpanith
Mixture," for that almost incurable disease, Scrofula.
Without being disposed or deeming it necessary to go in
to the particulars of the case. I can sav that the astonish
ing results that have been produced by the use of that med
icine on a member of my own family, and under my own
observation and superintendence, after the skill of tbe best
physicians had been exhausted and all the usual remedies
hail failed, fully justify me in recommending its nse to all
who may be suffering from that dreadful malady.
I do not mean to say that it is adapted to all constitution.
or that it will afford the same relief in all cases: for. of
course, lean know nothing about that but from what I
have seen of the effects, I would not hesitate to use it, in
any anil every case of Scrofula, with persons for whom I
felt an interest, or over whom I could exercise influence or
controL Respectfully yours.
jy21 tseptl JON. M. BOTTS.
See advertisement In another column.
Flaxseed ! Flaxseed ! !
rjtHE C0lL7;3 COMPANY of St. Locis, Missouri, will
I pay one dollar an.i "nta per bushel for FLAX
SEED FOR NEXT TEN DAYS, i?d will purchase during
the season at the highest rate paid in Cincinnati, Chicago,
S3ST" Large holders will find it to their advantage to cor
respond with us on the subject. HENRY T. BLOW,
Nashville Whir copy to amount of $3 and charge this of
fice. St. Louiu lifjmLiican. aug27 2w
To Country Merchants and Planters.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHOLESALE AND 1CETAIL.
C.. ROBERTSON & CO.
14 COLLEGE ST., IVAMIVILLE.
WE are receiving our entire Fall stock of Gentlemens',
Ladies', Misses', Childrens, Negro Brog tns, sole leath
i Tgr TrltTf linH Trunks, Valises, C1et j
W i LiJj Bags. Bovs' Cloth Caps, Plantation fljjj
Yl( 1.1 wool nats, c, wnicri will he eom-f &v w
Wfain ill! Iplcte in ten days. Our stock is large1 aW
nd ha been selected expressly 'or the Fall and Winter
trade, and embraces all of the best style of Philadelphia
and New Ergland Manufacturers.
tST PLANTERS and MERCHANTS will find it to their
interest to call and examine onr stock; we are determined to
offer Goods at low prices. We have constant! on hand a
large stock of the best DOUBLE SOLEO BROUANS for
Plantatian use, which we will sell low by the case or single
-Gents Calf Water Proof and Stitched Boots;
Low quartered Calf and Patent Shoes;
Mens' Calf and Kip Pegged Boots;
" Calf and Rip Brog.ins;
u Metalic Rubber Shoefc,
Boys' Calf and Kip Boots; Youthi' Calf and Kip Boots;
Ladies' super Plain and Tipped Lasting Gaiters;
" " heeled Gaiters;
" White Kid Gaiters;
" Kid and Goat Weit Boots;
Ladies Lasting Gaiters $1.50;
Also, a full assortment of Miss' and Children Bootee
and Gaiter. C. W. ROBERTSON A CO,
au(t25-2m No. 14 College street.
Premium Boot & Shoe Manufactory.
E B EN F"iJ LLE R,
(Successor to Hamilton A Fuller,)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SE0E MANTjTACTOBY,
corner fflarket and Spring: or Church BU.
CJ HATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed upon tht
X Manufactory since it establishment, the Proprietor
feel determined to merit a continuation of the san;e in fu
1 have now on hand a rood asortment of ready
asortment of ready
of Men's, Boys' andSWl
sots and Shoes; Negro F L
rvant Shoes, Ladies
mane wore, consisting tn part ol
V,.uths' Calf. Kluand Thick Boots
Broyans, double sole: house Servant !
and Misses Calf Morocco, and Kid Boot and Shoes, all made
ironi -ooii sincx, in gooa style and warranted.
Orders from Planter. Iron Masters. Railroad and Turn.
pike Companies respectfully eoliriUd.
i vt All kinds of repairing dote.
Cash paid for Hide. EC EN FULLER.
SEDUCTION OF FREIGHTS
I'll OAI StW VOHK TO C1IA1C LESION.
M'CREERY & HOOK,
COMailSSION AND FOEWAUDINQ MEECHANTS,
llUOW',1 V II A It ft,
CbHrlrhtoii, . C.
UJU.J, pmropt'y attend to tbe rale ol ail klrd of PRO
M'CK, to the RKCKIVINQ AND FOKWAKL-l.NU of
Oods, and to the tilling of orders In this markrt.
The Steam Ship Companie having re luced the freiplit to
eight cents per foot, mate this the eh es pent and quicse-t
rcut by whLh to ship Gwds to TrnniMra, Alabama and
Kt mucky from the Northern Cities. All ship snd forward
ing charges will follow the goods to their destination.
NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF KUSIC.
No, U Tin Street, Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES HESS AND HENRY WEBEX
DEPARTMENTS The System if Instruction adopted hr
ttiis Academy is the same a that pursued In the Kytl
Ai-adrmy tn Paris, and eoirpriae Ave Lvpartmrnta, via.
Primary, Freahman, S-thi)mor, Junior, and Senior; to
which i adJed a RrCsnltaUtion Depnrtuwrnt, deaigocd for
Uiose who intend to adopt Vluuc aa a profcaaioa.
TERMS PER SiSalON.
Pitviar Drraaniur, t3" 00
five lessons a wrelt, on dally, Saturday excepted.
FawiiHi Dstsbthist U 00
Four leasun a we::.- Min1ay, Tuesday, ihurvlay
Sore.'aoa Dsrirratsv 80 00
Thiee lesson on week, Monday, WeJneaday and
Vliliy; the sorreediog week Tuesday and Thursday.
Jcka DtriiTsnt 83 00
Lestens same In namber and in day a in the
frama ypiBTlT 40 00
Twe lesson a week. Monday and Thursday.
BcmrLiTi I'srirrasjrr f 00
Lessons daily, Saturday eserptal.
If" la all of the foregoing Departments, the Piano and
Guitar are th fcnly Inslrumenki tought.
InstrueUoQ en the Harp, I ieeaun a week, per isaslup 1 15 00
" la Voealisaimn, i to
M " Italian style, 45 00
M to elef geUmaoo tbeTVottn, FTuw,
Clartonct, A& two eventng a week, 19 00
p- AO tuitioa fee Awe M th entranee ef th pwrdt
one leasoa week la 0or4 Mivte five Us aa papiis free
No cl,rr will be wiaAs far t a wm of InBtrwineista. Mxtle
nd Music &ok fsralahed grati la the pupile, wbe wjlbe
permuted le retain ioesa a their eww preprty a the aioae
ml Ikj seoatoB.
l'B4is wtU be received at any tiM, and eharred fria th
perwrt they ester to the etuae al th aeaatea. The ailc&d
asraaf sxtrdJ will W rratrd daring the Warn only.
Te Academic Tear w.U bedlvUcU Inte twe seaaiuaa; th
sue nosHnetrg oa the Id Monday la f-itrnhT, aad eiu.
I ns - Friday la Jaaaary, the otaar eomewortng m
tbe let MoaJay to FsawwaryaJkA ctoaiuf oa li tru Fiiay
la J me.
IF Pwpfia tn i ratted te iMr ear sht3 reeeiv close at
eniwa, aad If ajweari4 aastdsUty m the part cs? U ta
tractors can avail, they aaO ol fail U euata tb aieralMl
stanaiard 'I preetaeary te wkiek they saay espww.
lpttemMwn be aaadw f JUr the let Uv ( Seftea.
er, at the Acadcwy. B4' S -im
Washington, Aug. 28.
The coast survey steamer LTartxel, exploded,
killing the third engineer and three firemen. She
is a total wreck.
Hoston, Aug. 38.
The steamer Mary Smith, cleared for Motiteviedo
under suspicions. While laying in the stream she
was boarded by the Custom House officers, when
the Captain put to sea, taking the officers with him.
She U thought to be a slaver.
Lovisvillk, Aug. 29.
Flour 6.25 light sales. Oats 2023. Hay from
levee 11.00 per ton. Wheat 1.00 freely offered.
Florence, Ala., Aug. 29.
Ex-Gov. Collier of Alabama, died at half past seven
o'clock yesterday evening of cholera morbus, at Bai
ley's Springs, whither he bad resorted to obtain re
lief from an attack of jaundice.
Later from Europe Arrival of the Canada.
Halifax, Aug. 20.
The steamer Canada arrived last night bringing
Liverpool dates of the 18th.
Queen Victoria is absent upon a visit to Napo
leon. The war news is important. It is reported that
Sweaborg has been destroyed and the loss of pro
perty is immense.
Liprandi attacked tho Allies' lines on the Tcher-
naya, but was repulsed with a great loss. The Al
lies' loss was trifling.
The bombardment of Sebastopal re commenced
on the 17th.
Cotton Market opened early in the week with
an active speculative demand, and advanced J to
i but was followed by a dullness during the last
two days, and the market closed steady. Fair Or
leans 7J-. The sales of the week amounted to 80,-
000 including 28,000 to speculators. Stock on
hand 335,000 bales.
Breadstufls are dull. Flour has declined 6 pence;
Wheat a trifle lower; Corn declined 1 shilling and
Provisions steady at previous rates.
Money is stringent, cousols 91 to Ameri
can Railroad securities dull.
Locisvillk, Aug. 29.
The river is at a stand with six feet of water in
Cincinnati, Aug. 29.
Flour is in good demand at a decline on yester
day's rates sales at f 6.05a6.25. Wheat $1.20.
Sugar is firm at 8J. Molasses 40. Coffee lliillj.
PlTTSlsCRQ, Aug. 29.
The river is stationary with 6 ( et 3 inches water
in the channel.
New York, Aug. 29.
Flour is unchanged. Corn is a triflo lower
sales to-day at 83. Fork is a trifle lower sales at
Stewart Spriggs, agout of the Filo Manufactory
cf Sheffield has been robbed of $7,500 in bank
The potatoe rot is reported as doing much dntnage
in the East end of Long Island. Speculators are
exaggerating the facts iu order to raise the price.
Baltimore, Aug. 29.
The fever 'contincies unabated at Norfolk and
Washington, Aug. 29.
The Virginia State Council ot Know Nothings
were in session at Richmond ou Monday. An in
formal resolution was offered by John M. Botts,
embracing the sentiment that both the religious
test of the party ought to be abolished, and the
naturalization laws totally repealed. HU object
was merely to ascertain the sense of the council
upon the question, and it was unimously decided in
Nkw York, Aug. 29.
In the battle of Tchernaya the Russians lost
6,000 killed and wounded.
It is rumored that a terrible accident occurred on
the Jersey Railroad near Burlington, by which there
wpre thirty persons killed and wounded.
GREAT EXCITE.TIEXT I.H THE CITV !
E. C. KcNAIEY & CO.
No. 65 C O L L E ii E 9 T I! E E T,
HAVE ust received per Express and are now opening
their 'all Importations of ti e most beautiful assort
ment of Goods ever brought to this mark t, eunsistitig in
Lace Good and Embroideries,
Fuch aa Vallencienne Lace Cape, Collarettes aud Sleeves;
Val. Lace Eilirines, C.-llars and Sleeves, srparatt and In
setts: Laities Embroidered Kohes; Infante' Embroidered
Kobes, eolored and bordered: Embroidered Handkerchief.
o. wo. c
SI I K GOODS I
Ele(tnt Flounced Rubes; Moire Antique, in all colors;
oioce ana van. us ttyica or ria;ds and htries.
MihiI und Scarfs.
A bauti!ul lot of Cashmere Scarfs, and Ptella Bordered
Ail thee (roods are exceedingly handsome and In the
newest styles, heme; anions; the earliest purchases in the
rwiern .narneia. call eaiiy, beiore they are all gone,
Cabin Passage to Aew York $20.
XryiTED STATES MAIL LINE.
The rew and Splendid side-whrtl steamship
K'NOX VILLI:, llxKUons Capt. C. D. I.CDU)w,
AI GI STA, lX)ton Capt. T. Lioa,
i l.Oil I DA, 1300 tons Capt. M. g. WooMtru.
ALAUA.tIA, 1800 ton Capt. G. R. Sea axes.
Villi Leave Savannah
EVERY WEDSESDA T AXD SATURDAY.
Thee ships are amon the largest on the eoast, ansur
paused in See4, safety or oomturt oiaair their pasaacea in
b to 60 hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
rulU. orhecra. llavin eleract atata-roon ar.-nnmnlatli.n.
i wicy nun a twm aeatraote conveyance U) new lora.
Lacin paaaae -o.
Pteeraie paasare 8.
Ageuu: PADELF0RD, FAT A CO Savannah.
SAU L U VIlICiilLL, li Broadway,
JcJ New York.
Bancroft, Detts &. Marshall,
CIIAIILESTO.1, S. C.
cmnjLAa res tall or isaa.
1X7K desire to call the attention of oor friend and th
buyers of Dry Goods lbr aghout the West and south
west, to our attraction tor the fall aaie of lic present
Our bosfneea is bow so well or snisd and arraneed, that
we are better able than ever before, to supoly she trade
with a lanre aad attractiv stock.
Our Own Importations will upp'y ur
eiirti Department with all the new and desirable fabrisw
from the Europe an market at leered by oa of the boa,
resident in lurope ecd wUl be paxtxarty atlapud to oar
Our Domeetio and taple floods Department will be sup
plied with all th leading style of Goods.
It ts, we believe, an mck now ledged fact that ewr Stock haa
always been one of the largess and most attractive la Oil
eowntry, and we also believe Oil I the boel bar" have be
m eonvmced that our system ef Bii'lAT FKOFUd AND
PROMPT PAY i tbe mot wmfactory.
W Invite the atteetioa of aB etos buyer toeor LarfT
and Attractive lea, bat wuh the disuDct -deretaadieg
thai we sell food only or easb. Of food aotee
payable la all ease al Bank.
W. shall he this dA lorvard, adopt a new f'.tn hi cos
aeetioa with ear DootostM Good prpartmeat. le (had
kee a full and complete aaaurtnebl of h teach od, fereww
and Oor4 Cnttsa Goods, whica w.d be sold oniy tut aU
Carb. oar e)eet ta this ts te supply the Good a A
a they are iJ by easb bottsee in tte Northera eltiee. La
rrfer te test O.U tea lure ef ear bttstcaea, w en'y ak a
arsnparisoa of tut price with I'm pneca, aad thea we
w.ll leave the decteioa ls the purckaer.
Frura the three year" experleBce ance the eetahriaheseal
ef ear townee, we are aalie4 the more eo&Jret: ta
wit attrwiMM to ear stack aad plan Ice kastame, beltevtof
that we t3r Inditreeaeat Kl t ll"vm tu nm
fy - aaatil UNWTTkAlT,
ft JiiaLlU. L)J trwtai lB.eij.rroa, a. C.
1 1 T II I" AT.-40.0CO Uk-ll wheat waatad. lixtt
V in I .!il saatjri IW wK- b we wul Piy ,
W. 1L GOaJX'N A CO. j
LAEGE FALL SALE OF
afresh Bry Goods
AT Al'CTIOX, BY
IRBY MORGAN & CO.
1 1 lb, 1 2th, & 1 3th September, 1 833.
OUR FALL PALE AT AUCTION, embracing the 11th,
12th and 13th September, ISfO, will comprise all the de
scription of Dry Goods usually required in Retail fclores,
JDAliK PIEIXTS,(neat !ylc..)
SILKS, (Black aud Funcy)
CAM Hit ICS,
CI! A VATS
i,PvZe G(KKa a POSITIVELY be old WITUOCT
iCr alt E.
No bids will be taken except from MERCHANTS.
The Goods iu this stock are all NEW and FKEdu!
It embraces as many haodwme a:ics aa can be fi-ond In
any J..bhiriff House In Tennessee.
We hnv positive instruction to close eonirnments.
No LIMITS on them. IKBV MORGAN A CO .
augl td No. 4 Public gjuare.
I0TJIS VTLLE & JTASHVHLE RAILROAD.
To those who pay taxes to pay interest on tho
Bond of Davidson and Sumner Counties.
PRINTED receipts will be furnished to Collectors, shew
ing; on their face that each holder of receipts to the
amount of M0 will be entitled to one share of stock in the
Louisville and Nashville Kailroad Co. No receipt will be
accepted as evidence of such payment to entitle the holder
to stock except the which are lo the printed firm prescrib
ed by the Company and furnished to the Collector. Those
receipt are transferable by an endorsement of the name In
his own signature of Uie tax paver.
auglO lm o JOHN L. H ELM, Pres't L. A N. R. R.
TO THOSE DrriBESTED.
rpo avoid unpleasant d (Acuities I will only pay snch ac
A counts iu future as I contract mys. lf, or by my order.
kEtd W. FottTKK.
TALI.O W CAMlI.ESSOO boxes J. Doyle A Co"
,h rd pressed Summer Talluw Candles in store and lor
sale by je23 W. H. GORDON A CO.
IfiHK HAG t I.OI U-VObaK, fine Family Flout
tins day received, and for sale low (or ca.-h toclixe eon
lament, by & H LOOMIS A CO.,
anrle Opposite Planters' Bank, Nashville, T. nn.
ice cm: ati.
lav opened our Ice (
rt haTe thig Ar opened our Ice Cream saloon.
promise nothing but the pure article.
W EASEL A TROMPSOX,
J I'nion street.
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
THE Fifth Annual Court of Lectures la this Institution
will commence on Monday, the 2:h of October next,
and continue till the first of the ensuing March.
PAI L F. EVE, M. I)., Principles and Practice of Jureery.
JOHN M. WATSON, M. D., Obstetric and the Diseases
of Women anil Children.
W. K. BOWLING, M. D., Theory and Practice of Medi
cine. A. H. BUCHANAN, M. D, 8urgical and Pathological
C. K.'WINSTON, M. D., Materia Medica and Medical
KOBEKT M. PORTER, M. D., General and fpecial Anat
omy. J. BEERIEN L1NDSLEY, M. D., Chemistry aud Phar-
THOM'AS R. JENNINGS, M. D., InlUtute of Medicine
and Clinicai iledicino.
WILLIAM T. BaiOG3, M. D., Demonstrator of Anitomy.
The Anatomical Room will be opened for Bludentaon the
first Monday in October.
A full Preliminary Oiurf of Lecture, free to all 8tn
dents, will be given by the Professors, commencing also on
the first Monday of October.
A Cliuique has been established in connection with the
University, at which operations are performed, and rases
prescribed fur, and lectured upon, in presence of the Class.
Amount of Fees for Lectures in the University is lo5.
Matriculation Fee, (paid mice only,) 5. Practical Anatomy
fit). Graduation Fee 1-3.
(rood B .anting can be procured at about 3 per week.
Further information can be cbtniced hy ad.lrewine
J. BERRIEN LIND8LKY,
JylS watrwam Chancellor of the University.
I nivcrsity Grammar School.
rpni3 School, designed to prepare boy, for the Freshman
1 C!as of the College, will he opened on the loth of eC,
lb; 5. Tuition f-5 er term of 20 weeks.
Person desiring further information may apply to
J. B. LINOdLEY,
Chancellor of University, or
J. B. JOHNSON,
augll lm ruperlntendent W. M. I.
lire have opened this day
M 73 pieces new style Carpets;
100 pieces Irish Linens, direct Importation;
These Linens are at a profit less thau we have been able
to ofer thera before.
l'l piece, assorted colored Muslin de'Lainer,
0 " Mm. de Haix Travehug Dreuee;
8 boxen New K.bbons;
S di I. French Uair rairt
1 " " Bishops;
A nice lot of French Cu.brouirriee.
These Guvds are fresh and at very low prices. Call soon
at R. C. McNAlRT 4 CO.,
auj7 o 68 College street.
Ii si: noapm.
Am iroaial thaving Cream, I Nymph Poap,
Ki.e do do I Italian Me.licated 9oap,
Almond do do I Superior Honey do
M nicy's Fine Toilet Sop, Transparent 'jap.
Old Brown Windsor d i I Omnibus loap,
Whit do do Barbers' Balls,
Togotlier with the most favorite kinds, received and for
sale tow at BTRKTCU'd Drug Btore, corner ol College and
i mortals. my Is
TISE I I.AVOUI.G liXTHACTS.
X Kxract Rose,
Becelved and for sale In Quantities to suit at oTHETCTTS
D rug fHore, eoruer College and I'nion sis. say 19
1 mi: toilet watfii.
Mill Flowr Water,
Urang Flower Water.
For amis la assorted bottlea, al eTKETCU'd Pruf
B'ore, corner CvUrge and L'nln su. aiyla
TWO E0US13 AJTD LOTS T0Z 8ALZ-05Z
t' r I! n l
OFFER for sal two new BRICK DWILLTNO llOC9tf,
ea Knovlee street. West Nashville six rooms seen, and
two tor Dorr h cistern attached food heaJtny tneathin.
and every way eomkirtabie and desirable, and eonveoieal
V a floe alphur Well. A good baj-sain wdl k given oa
llberml terms, sr I will exchange 'oe land 3a the altMkaipv.
Us of these ts ftjr rent aaui
jelA tf J. W. F. MANSLNO
GEO. V. COVW.,
ATTOU.1EV AT LAW,
Gear rat A sen I for the Purchaee, Bala
and Ilenl of Ileal Lalatr, and Iho
Colleclioa of Claim,
Xa. ii Chrrj StXMt,
PROMPT aiterOioa will be gtvesi to all bwatreea ratrwstel
te hiaa, and nerial attention la the coUeelloa T Faster
rlarm throat aout Middle Team wis.
Itarsaewaa. A. 0.ILI. Beech, Fvaos, Porvr A C.
L. ft. Fite A Co, Tho. T, Brauey, Ex Gov. Ke3 A Breea
Jualai) rtrnm, lahvUie. Tun., GeavJ. A. Battle, DaviA-s-a
co.. Tea a.; Kx-Goe. W. B. Cajetweti, Lrbewea, T.aa.;
Hon. Jwba P. Car alt era, lieaiplua, Yaa; W. D. Lvveea
New Tort CSty. eclA ef
FOIt II K1T-I have for rent a eparadld staed fee
Bteetsetii. oa Dm ktara-nwaeew' Pike. 1 auKw wwat
Kaahviii. lasprevenenia, go4 shop, famly tmm liaee,
aud ail awreaaaey m heaeee, 1. er t aera ei ier4 kaad,
Went ef Are wid, Ac Tersa ey. Apvty
R. A. AtXUa. Agl,
al m-t n. IT Qaevs weret.
U t tht. Say a-tvaeed the svle. Oiitoi T.rw, aad are
anM aa 11. I. ed Sreeta, a Beaber aa4
I !- pe cwat saaut It bega, aa4 Uase
tt S F aiuy . aeruA.
w. tt. COt POX A CO.
WOOD AMD WILLOIV WAKE,
C0aDAG2 A3D PAPEH IEALEX
ManulM.-tu.er of WA3II BOARDS, under firm nam; of
a. V.'ATIillH A CO.
ManuiUcturer of PLOW HANDI.R3 aid OAK WOaK.ao
d?r lirni niTe cl
COI.E.nAM A CO.
1 TANUFACTUaKR ard Whol-eale d-iier in Wu
iA Willow W ..re, Buckets, Tn-i, Cird re of eve
scription; Fishing T'-c'Mi, BU? ir-, M.inhe, firoome.
Selves, Uames, Ilune 'V!tar, Ce Ur Ware, Ice Cfcet-t, Cot
ton Roie, flrushss, .Me.ufci, C.ooins, Iwincs, and Uao
dles, Ac. Ac.
Also, dealer In better quality of Wrapping, Rofl.-ig, Bit
ting and Tea paperi. at ninuSic'urcr ra'.e. IVaier in
Tar Paper and onpo-mon f..r K v.tini;.
Unlers rejpoctfui'y solicited and sa;!sfjrti.m guar
antied in all caies.
SU're corner of Walnut ami Front n'reet, Ppr?r Ware
toase No 27 Walnut street; Fscti rv 17 W :. r s.rcet.
s. m. Bi:ttErr.
aagl tf l ittt iniiati, Ohio.
U. G. McCOMAd D. C. 5MIT8
McC0MAS, SaMITH & CO.
FOSWAUDIXG ASD CCX3IS3IO
M 23 2. O HZ k. jST 2? J3 ,
So. 3 Sro.tJwell's Euillinjr, Sycaracro Slrett,
septli 2.( !ATI, OHIO.
GREAT WESTERN TRUNK STORE
o. 23 Itro.itlM uv
C I X C I XX A T I. O II 1 O.
111s:: a 1.1.1 tis,
rANUFACTU::ia ..r ail K.i..!, f Tra
11 efing and 1'ackmg Trut-ks, Vli-es. L- JLiJ
dies' B.mn-t Uiikes, Car et 1, satchels '--i T7
Ac. AU oi.lern froiu al,r ul pini-iptiy 11 -n I ii C
ed to. We are delcrtmued our work La.l Uut Le surv.'ieej
in the Union.
Our fi im U in the South wi.l Cad our rerm is fiv.r
sMe as any other sit:i:! tr hou-e L .-t .r and our fab
rick unurp:isned fr ei.-e!ie:it workmaru-ii-p. iltiral-ilily
and cheapness. We srlic t a tr'ai. fubll if
DRS. DUNCAN s CA.MEP.Ca.,
i e rns r n .
No. 13 V.'cit Siilh street, tetwcen lUce tin ! Elm Street,,
t iiK-iutcitl, Ottio.
riMIIS ns-KTCK I'NtKti THS MAXAiiE- Twm.
Jl ment ef it pier.t pr'.-r.i-trs, h.t l-een '-' '
Increasing in ee;-ja?:in fur ti;-eri.r r-r i VUf'V- r'4
tions in the At.ft.-i.tl IVpar'm.-nt of Dont:- 1 7
try fr the lat tin y ir, k.?. no t xj-t-tme or eTjrt - rr;ll le
wanting to give satifuctiun to ail !.o rn..y f..vur ltwita
The Siib.tcribers Wrtu!ilca!l att.-ntiiui t" 'he '. i;"winreen
tlal poiitUi pertaining to ArhfV1.1l T-.-th, r. I-j.tiuy and
naturalness of ai'earan.-e, mi.il. t nn 1 st-eif'h of the ma
terials, romfort to the wm'rf, a:-d tii. t:ie-. in retiing
the natural appeitrarr of 1 .e oprec, and al i ty ti t,mu
eate: ii ad of which tt.ey are wm-i anted iu sajiug tliej are
exceeded by none, and e'lunlnl by few.
T E I: T II
Inserted frnra on to a full .-t, with Ar'.rV'if? Gnms.
Full and Half Sets invarUMy ineite t by Miction.
All ojeratioiis iu Dctiii.t y pt-rfurmcd in the u.ot thor
TI KMr. Con Meririt the superior character of the worl
and the guarantee given, lin-j are the moi-t reasoual ie ia
TWO Tr.LTII OR VORB ON GOLD I'LATF,
1 rEIt TOO I'll.
TWO TECTI! tM M :RE OS tlLXfR PLATS,
i l'EU TOOTH.
The money ret.rnlrit if the Teeth do not prove srrtlsruef.iry.
1 1" F irthe iii'orn-.sMnn of those Heme at a itistance,
would state that our ftu-ihtie- are -.i-h, that we can make in
the fined style, a full set of TUTU In from ?t to 'hour.,
and small pieces in proportion, that ro detention need
beapt rehended. W. C. DUNCAN. I
J. . r:MiT.oN, ""tut.
No. 1S8 West Sixili street between Rm-eand f'lm,
cl ly tlNfiNNAlI, OHIO.
LEoxm r. rn,i?TTir, Gto. w. ouphast
Of WKfliny, V'l. of Tmnii'M.
L . E . r O IX ,N V T II Al CO.,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT!,
No. 47 Public Landing, itl( Inttutl, O.
HAVINO established a House In Cincinnati flr the trans
artinn of a Forwarding and Commission Business, wa
respectfully solicit the patronage of the Merchant of Nash
ville and surrounding country. Beinr the authorised airenta
for Transportation lines, to and from the Eastern Cities, we
are enabled to offer to our frienCs and the public generally,
superior ad vantage, in the Transportation of their MKR.
CUANDL'K and PKODICK. Through receipt given at
specitle t time and rate. ?n.-ciai atisution will be given
Mark package "Cire !.. E. F. A Co., Cincinnati."
Iau3 liylA ly) L. E. FUBaVrtl A CO.
Ql LI .N CITV SCALE WOIIKS.
Ko 6 Colunibi St.,
Between Main and Wilnnt,
I am now Mannfactn-ing RAII
FOAD, DFPoT. HA Y, tTlX K iZ COAL.
FLOd.1 AMI PLAIrOKM rCALEf of
ail -lacs. Also, DRl'GGl-T AND BANK bCALfi, BltAJ8
AND IRON BEAMrt, CULNTtit .-I'AI.M, Ae.Ae., which
I warrant of superior workmanship and n;terl. I
would rail particular attention to my IKON LLVf tt HAT
AND fTOCli SCALKJj. All communicaUon, promptly aw
tended to. oct 11 jly
LaU of 7n.
M. T. HAflFV,
W. It. CA?OV.
RHODES, EA0E1I & CO.,
FORWARDING AXD C0MMIS3I0S MEECHA5T8,
No. 34 Sycamore it. Fast side, tclow Second,
lflA TI, Ohio,
U'ILL give special attention to Forwarding Ooils, Pro-ilU'-e,
Ac; alM, to the pnrchaee and s!e it ail knula
of Produce, and article at C.ociunati and Pltt.burg Manu
facture.. JAM r COLLINS k Cf , PillKhorg, FnrM'g Aurnta.
IV liefer to NAbIIVILLK Mk.ltCUA.Nrs generally.
J. J. KEYE6,
lU LMiu cuuta 1
EZWI50, FACDLIE'S, KillSOLDEAT 4 FRUTGE
I: LACK AXD ASSORTED COLOR,
la 15, So and 100 Baelu Dunchra, H and V2 Packages, and
ILK FOtl SKWINa M AClIINEfl, equal to the best.
31 fouth Fourth Ptreet, C2I or) I'hilaUelplila.
Orders promptly att -n !et to. an IT I m
A L A .TI A .'H 1 I'. I! S A E E ,
TARnANTED lo stand ID p r cent more Crrf?
f V than any Herring's '- in use, and sold at 1 12 A
the same price. Also, I run Ml n t terw, Nftali I k3 i j
and lioarw far Hunk tunlls ariit -.Js-
stlan-a. Asm, I'atrnl Mte l ined Itelritr
eraler all warranud a. rvni and cheap a any in the
Country, by EVANS A WATSON, No. I fouth 4ih street,
Philaaelphia, Pa. UaJi1 Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
ail the celebrated Urn furnudied when required. W. C.
LILLABD I authorised to recieve orders, and cak. sales ol
th above. B.j3 ly
UOCTOH VOI HM.Lr.
the pocxrr sculapitjs;
OS KTEST OJtf HIS OWN PUTFICIAN.
Till FIFTIETH Edition, wfia
On llundeed Fncravtngs, showing
v o. V ii . bdii asuuiiuaiiuu. i, ui.
Human Cysten In every hiieaixl
t-t. l"". TDStUtilliaiMrtll irrsto
- ' VI lamina liwuMol InuWUi
fh. . aA1" VS i irg of th h'ghewt lie porta nee te)
J ,5 - y aiarrie 1 e"t,i. tho centcsa
-T 4 I. "A -mA niiir(irvn w TV.
V ' 7 . v"
' "J ' Let no father be ashamed tn aee
"jV PI aentaenpy of the JL-Ct LAP1L8
'ji'ss 'a r:y grave. Let no yovnf
a t.r toosti enter into u.e s
eret eh ,rtion. ef carried hie
withoat reading th POCKLf J.-Cl LAPlUd. Lei 00 ea
aaffenng a hacaated Cough, Paia in tbe f-d, rwstle a:rhw(
nervou Mreitcg. and IN. N ' train ef Dv'e;lie svoeax
tsoaa, aad gtyen ap by their friwis, le another Btosnen
wiUioolenisMittrg Hie UtsCl'LaPIl !. ! the urtkJ,
er tboe atout to be saarvted any irrplimcit, read tlu
ly aMfUl booa , a U ha bern the Biean of tlMMTUida
of an- lunate erealuree frnm thejawsef drat.
V Any vereosi aeeduiff Tw AM V-FIV K cr.NT3 endow
ed la a letwr, wUl receive tae eupy of tbie work by ad, er
Ivaeopiea aul besnt lor t oe r iar. a jim, puev paao.
DA. WM. 'l Nr
Be. l'l Fprao streei, Flsiiada.
T II I KEY. ) barrels Pk.'s Magoult Wh .key;
tn bow 1H.I aewrv aud it ye ;
)a V Robiawei eewttiy tioatle dis'ii".4 do;
la store aad tu aJ by
ea.1 IETMOCS. FANNING A CO.
rjOI! 9 ( LE Between eighteen is kiiwtHli
A hundred acre ef taoJ !j itt in eeouety ft Tra- ZlZ
rta, Texas, i e:e WMt ef lumu. Th shove tr.etef laud,
er IMsruua ef l wul be e.ehsnged I r Dry tixt er tiie
evrW. Am, a lot la the euuuty ef Lit-erty, aad Iowa I
HthsU, Uv ersi a the above. For further RV
ntaiwa a. ply to a. A. B klLuw t, (i-al Agt,
ret N... IT teJrie st.
FU H:-Ifcae r-. a fittST MILL, wlta a.1
LS 1 tore eery (er the .. Th J1JI i. rw
sOm! y a fr. J W h.-t, and prot. wul irg a M il e
U-m'T ewa e i ,l cj U call n.t ae it, ai it wil ha
mi rbeap. Appijr tJ B. A. I'sLLOf.
it reeu'l AjiX.i: LWKlKkst.