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- BOOS A2TD JOB FEIXTUTG,
f "' HF.ATLT AND EXPEDITIOUSLY IXKCTJTKD
-- AT THIS OFFICII.
BLANKS 0 yALL XIHDB
HEATLY FEINTED AND FOR 8ALE AT THIS OFFICE.
tW 8. H. PARVIN, newspaper and advertising agent,
Cincinnati, U authorised to receive And receipt for aubscrin.
U ma and advertising for the True Whig.
ty V. B. Psuiaa, Newspaper aod Advertising Agent,
Brown's I rn Building, Philadelphia, It our on'j authorized
Agent In that city.
" BAIL BOAD MAIL. . .
TIME FOR THE MAILS ON THE CIlATTlNOOGA B, R.
- Leave Nashville at T A . M. and X P. M.
Arrive at Nashville 1 A. M. and 6X P. M.
The Mailt for the K astern and Southern Citiei close at 4
P. M. and for Way Offices at 8 o'clock, P. M.
JySl 8. R. ANDERSON, P. M.
SATIKDAV MORNING, SEPT. 15.
tSTna 'Weather continues exceedingingly
hot. There was a pleasant 6hower yesterday
evening, which materially cooled the atmos
phere. River News. The Cumberland waa falling
..yesterday, with about Z feet on Ilarpetk
Business wai qnite brisk at the levy yester-
day. The ILirtstille came down oa Thurs
day night from Carthage with a load of To
. hacco tjid continued her trip to Padncah.
.f The Magnolia arrived yesterday from Cin
cinnati, and the A. L. DatU and MonticeUa
from Paducah. The DatU left again yester-
. day. The Magnolia and Jfonticello will pro
bably leave to-day. The Umpire left yester
day with a load of wheat.
A Long Trip. The St. Look Republican of
. Saturday publishes the memorandum of the
TJ. S. 6teamer Win. Baird, that left St. Louis
for Fort Pierre, Missouri river, on the 6th of
- June last, and had just returned. She encoun
tered many hair breadth escajes by flood and
field, or snags, as well as Indians, who amused
themselves occasionally by firing volleys at
the boat, at Vermillion river and other points.
After reaching her port of destination the
parties in power wanted to turn the boat into
a eaw mill, and the crew concluded to decamp,
" and forthwith returned to St. Louis, after an
sbnence of ninety days.
. State Fair of the mechanics' Institute Ths Ladies.
The adjourned meeting of Ladies, called
with reference to the approaching Fair and
Exhibition of the Mechanics' Institute, took
place on Thursday evening at Odd Fellows'
IlalL There was quite a large- attendance,
and a deep interest manifested in the work.
The meeting organized permanently , by the
election of Mrs. II. G. Scotel, President, and
. Mrs. W. F. Bang, Vice President. Various
committees were then appointed, with a view
to carry out the duties devolving upon the
'ladies in all their details.
The Board of Directors of the Mechanics'
Institute have done well to submit the man
agement of the Ladies' Department of the Ex
hibition to the sole control of the Ladies
themselves, and we are pleased to see our
female friends, with their usual promptness
end energy, when matters of publio interest
invite their services, taking hold of the mat
ter. There is an appropriateness in this move
ment which will meet the approbation of ev
ery one, especially the female exhibitors, and
the result will be to secure additional interest
and attraction to this Department. The La
dies will have the appointment of judges of
articles contributed by Ladies, from their own
nex, and we shall not witness the absurdity of
balf-a-dozen old bachelors perhaps, gravely
examining a piece of fine needle-work or em
broidery, and attempting to decide upon its
merits or demerits. The Ladies are them
selves the best judges of these and similar
specimens of artistic skill, and to them prop
erly belongs the duty of pronouncing upon
The meeting adjourned to meet ngain at the
6ame place on Thursday evening next. 'We
hope to ceo a still larger attendance on this
occasion, and . an increasing interest mani
fested. . - : ; : .
Tiie Jewish Year. Thursday, the 13th
Inst was the "first day of the civil year of the
Hebrews the month of Ttiri being the first
month of the civil, and the seventh of their
sacred year. This 3-ear thus commenced, is
the 561 Cth in the Hebrew chronology. We
notice that the advent of the new year was
duly observed by our Jewish fellow-citizens.
The most important festivals and observan
ces of the month were the "feast of trumpets"
"in the seventh month, on the first day of
the month " T Numbers 29-1.1 the "day of
atonement," on the tenth day.
Lev. 33J, 27th, 2Sth; Nam. 29-7, and
the "feast of tabernacles" on the fifteenth day,
and continuing to the eigtli day thereafter.
Fixe Yams. A. B. Uowlitt, Esq., has laid
on our table three yams of huge dimensions.
Either one of them would make a dinner for
a whole table of Aldermen. Our scales have
. been worn out by the accumulated labor they
. have been called upon to perform in weighing
ponderous vegetables, and we have no means
of ascertaining the Dumber of pounds of po
&to in each. Suffice it to say they are, in the
language of a certain candidate for Alderman,
- speaking of his own capacity, "of immense
. attitude and hnge preionderosity." Any one
doubting the fact can convince LIniself by
calling at our sanctum. We might as well
state for the benefit of housekeepers passing
our office on their way to the market Louse,
that this office la no connection with that In--stUution,
vegetable apjeftrances to the contra
Cotton. Tb August C!roiclt end Stiiinrl
sj thnt the appcarnce of Uie crop bat imparted
tome degree of activity to the cottoti niatVct
- During the past wet k tome two to three hundred
tales of the tic crop hare been received and
' preltjr generally sold at fuU pitcea, Sale are noted
" of 21 bales at 10 j, aud a DUUiter of waoa Joaila
' . . f ut-U mm it;,,- r.:.
W tt'f cvdip, "
and one parcel cf 20 bales Good Middling At 10 1
' cents. The market lias therefore fuir! opttx J.
rcj" We' regret lo h uiu that a litUe boy, son of
Mr. Janie liuvlianaii, living on Ibe turripike, jut at
the foot of the Ho:iytree gup, was killed oo Sunday
i.t t.v lidniF run over btr a wacon. lie waa oa the
.J thm wacon. lrTinar to tret n the off mule;
. wup,.. - ' .'. " ,'. . . ,
i th mole kicked up and threw him under the hceL
Franklin flute, lit.
r p n T L" n An" Tt.ni? rtilnv t): ISlh
; bFt, et Terrl Uonne, by the Ker cp Bliuii,
Albim 0. Tatsi to Mia Olitia h. Cox. '
Supreme Court December Term, 1855.
The following u the order ia which the business
ill be taken up: , .
First, 4th Circuit. Fourth, 5th Circuit.
Second, 13th ' - Fifth, 8th "
Third, 7ih " ' Sixth, 6th "
The above order will be subject to such modifica
tions, during the Term, as may be deemed proper
by the Court. : J. P. CLARK, Clerk,
- . . Attention, American (Guards. -You
ore hereby notified to meet at 7 o'clock this
(Saturday) evening at the lower end of the Market
House, for the purpose of learning the Rifle Drill.
By order of the Captain,
K. J. MARLIN", 0. a
Americans of the Second Ward,
You are requested to be punctual in jour attend
ance at the City Ilall to-night at half past seven
ITasaville Acaderiry of Kasie.
TrofiJ. Hers and Wkbbkb beg to inform their
patrons, and the public, that for the present, owing
to circumstances beyond their coDtrol, they will
meet their classes in the basement of Mr. Ferguson's
Church, Cherry btrett, instead of the house on Yiue
street, a advertised. Pupils will please attend at
their appointed hours at that place. 12 lw
E. IV, CAHR A CO.
188 Pratt Street
A erne for iiAitn teties
AND the Road to Wealth at E. N. CARR k CO'rf, Ex
change and Lottery Broker's, the great Priie teller! of
the Maryland Lotteries, who hare, during the last lix
months, fold several Capital Prizes, beside a large number
of s-nalier onei, amounting in the aggregate to more than
one hundred thnutand d illius. And convince yourself by a
single trial that the great road to wealth is to purchase a
ticket of the lucky and far-famed prize sellers,
E. N. CARR k CO.
Choice Selected Schemes for October, 1855.
Bel Air, Class 45, for October 9,195. Scheme.
1 Prise of t2",M 1 Priie of JJtlO.ooO I Prixe of 6,000
1 do 4.8b9 10 do 1,000 Ac, 4c.
Ticket 5 Shares In proportion. Certificate of a pack
age of wholes $70, halves f quarters $170.
Patnptco, Class S74, for Oct. IS, 1855 Scheme.
1 Priie of S5.WI0 .. 1 Priie of Sl.lKift 1 Prize of t-VM)
1 do 150 1 do 137,0 160 do 60
64 do 0 Ac, Ac
Tickets tl Pharea io proportion. Certificate of package
cf wholes $16, helvts $S, quarters $4.
Wathington County, Class 83, for Oct. 22, 1 S55 Scheme.
1 Prize ot $24,940 5 Prizes of $5,iH) 10 Pnscsof $00
10 do 1,(X 0 10 do 500 25 do 250
25 do 200 Ac, Ac.
Tickets $8 Shares in proportion. Certificate of package
of 26 wholes 12.l, halves (CO, quarters $10.
Clavs W, for the benefit of the Consolidated Lottrrles, to be
drawn in tlieciiy of Baltimore, Mil., on Saturday, Oct.
$7, 18")5 Scheme 15 dran ballot in each package of
1 Prtae of f Bi.nort t Prise of $21 030
9 do of 10 "00 are 20,0(10 4 do offS,000are 20.000
8 do of ' 1,500 are 2i.(to0 100 do of 1,000 are 100,000
! do or 800 are $101,700, 4c, Ac.
Ticket $l, halves $10, quarters $5, eighths (2 50.
Certi&oite of a package cf 26 wholes $2U5, halves $132.50,
quarters $66.25, eighths $: 12
All orders are confidential, and the official drawings will
be s-iii to all who order tlckf ta.
We receive the notes of all solvent Banks, or Checks of
Depo'lt, and we rm t In return for Prises, bank Checks on
any place in the United Units. No risk, no gain. -A single
paekHge of ticket may draw the fur highest prices.
All letters directed to E. N. CARS k CO. will come safely
to hand, and distant correspondents may feel sure that their
orders will be attended to the same as if they were here
Those at a distance will be parUcular In naming the post
offloe, county and 8 t;ite.
It has happened that we have made oor correspondent
rich before we hac the pleasure of a personal Interview. A
single trial may place you in poeneiwion of a competency
f-r iile. Mease show this to your trienrt. TKY 18 1 TRY
USi Address, K. N. CARR A CO.,
sepU No. 189 Pratt street, Baltimore, Mc".
To Wholesale Grocers.
OFFERS FOR SALF, at Ms Tobacco Mannfactory, No. 8
College street, riFTLEN 11 L'M 0KK1 BOXES TOBAC
CO cf the following choice lirands :
2M1 boxes NKCTAR LEAF, 6o.Lnmp.
IXL 8 do
PKIDEOF THE F0TTTIT, 8 do
G. K. LABBY'l? PUN CURED, 8 do
JOHN HANDOLPH, 8 do
11. MORGAN, 8 do
JOHN LYONS, 8 do
KNOW NOTHING, 0 do
J. 0. HORN'S FIVES.
MOUNT OMVKT CEJIETKIt Y.
AT a meeting of the Stockholders of the Mount OHvet
Cetnete ry, held at the ofiira of Lindsley k Crockett,
on this day, the following gentlemen were i.tianiniotaly
A. V. 8. Lindaley, 3. H. Buddeke,
B. W. Hall, E. A Herman,
A. KeUon, J. F. Morgan,
C. W. Nance.
After th election, the Board met and organised. A. T.
8. Liuilnley was elected President, and C. W. Nance, Secre
tary and Treasurer. . T
The Company is now permanently organised, and active
vtrps will betaken imrotdiately to lay oB the grounds in
handsome style and to bring the lota Into market. It ia
the introtion of the Board of Directors to epare no expense
or pains to make tt such a Cemetery aa the wealth and
taste of our community r quire.
A. V. 8. LINDSLXT, President.
C. W. Nino, Secretary.
Sept 1,1 S55. aep5 tf
A. J. FRANCISCO,
KANUFACTTJEER AND IE ALES LW
HATS, CAPS & LADIES1 FURS,
No, 23 I'ubllc Square. - .
MY AUTUMN STYLE OF M0I.K
8K1N 11 AT FOR 18.V is now ready
fur li)Mection at No. 23 Pt:hho
Pqnare. Yhi who wish an elrgant
IKk u AT are Invited to call and leave
their orders early. Those who left their I
olden during the week, will find their Hats ready for
delivery tu-day. A. J. FKANtjsco,
cpl " No. 23 Public Hquare. .
I ON DON FMOKE, KROWN HUNGARIAN, ANDn
THK BhOWN AND PEAK I, ALBOMd HAT. 1 !
Thee are entirely new styles of goods worthy the at-"
Uon of all who desire something Usty ia th iUt li.
sepl A. J. tiUN CISCO.
VAVSl tAPMI I'AI'M!!
MKNH AND BOYS' CLOTH AND PLCSH
CAP8 of every description and quality, lout
received and now ready at the FASHIONABLE
HAT KUFUKICM, No, U Fublie fc-iaare.
J-pl t A. J. FRANCLSCO,
ARK reminded thai I have the Ware-rooms wellfTi
storked with EVERY THING NEW AND DE S
MKAHI.K in any line for the Fall Trade, and would be
pkaied to nil tiictr rarra.
A. J. rKANClFCO,
rpt No. 23 Public Fquare.
W. B. OUUBB3.
A. MORRISON & CO.,
Impcrteri and Wholesale Sealers in
English, Frenrh, German & American
Corner ! Nqnure and Orndrrlck St,
'WT'E are bow In rrcrlpt rf aa eslensiv and well srh-cted
I attnk t.f V A R1I TV G001, to which we Invite the
attention rf the I In and Country Trade. We are prepared
to rflcr li.dkteuienn to canh or fhort time dealer, ai.d
tollil an examination of oor stork, whtch cuniu la part
f the following tiords : Combs, Cuth ry, Jewelry, Erufhea,
Dated ware, Iirrna irimtutr.gt, !nh LUiens, I murowenra,
l.e-. Edpiun. Mtien an1 Siik IldVU. Uioves, liuatrry, Ril-
bona, Lu.hrtl.aa, Beadu, Toys, 1'citumerjr, aud a great Vari
ety of artklva too tedious to uieniioti. V) solicit a call
frvmrn:clucra. A. AlOKJUiON A Ca
auR.'io im ' . .
1T1IL.IC SAl.V. or
BT virtu of a D. ed of Trat txreuUd U bb hy J TS
1 Jtiucs an.1 Keb'l I uihccaa, 1 will sell at pub-jji
lie outcry, ea the 2TU uf OcWuer neat, a the prcaaisw, tha
And 4,000 Acre f Lsnd(
Ab(Mll n,e haU wrU tlouW-rvd, .ltoaJ aol three 'lrr?,
Wiwyra, Teo , oo u cumb,ri,nd rtver. 12CS
umM ia aew'y btult, the arork well eiecuud and hum t f
Uhi uireain ai Nr. J. U James, a praeitcai and well J-raw-d
iron dub. It la r4 lntcri In aoy Furaao in ihe
Mate (f TeiiDeM. and la (Uui-lod I snaklne Iroa by k4
er cord blxM, wflti ait the Bcrv iBarhLrry t.r the pr
pr in guud r'pir. 1 he lire hank are iilau oca anu i
t ha Ft riiare, asd are bchevcJ by guo4 Judgrt w ke ini
Ttaa or Fil til thoosan dBara payaLle la Wa
tawiu.. from U.e dt .f Uk, and U.. b..e fa eon.
two and three yrars. taowiui io il
Po-rMoD tUc mhm
t terms r f the dreJ.
rit tn M toua M terms u Uia aai are
coni :i4 i:h.
Any penu n mhn !rttrs lore the pr"prty, eaa V iHowa
It by J. O. tl aeiUf-rfd. ClaraavU:, r fcy Ihua, Uinaoo,
be uvea n llie premiaea.
. Mr &1E1
j. u. riiACRLrroan, Trose,
. BLALEK O
. . Dry. and Sparkling Catawba,
K0. S5 EAST THIED ETEEET,
jylC-ly CUrCINNATIt OHIO.
Purify tb Bloodd.
' With Bloan'i Life Pyrop.it It decMedly the best and cheap
est blood purifier in use. Its life-giving properties Impart
a healthy actirn to the whole system, and thereby ward off
summer diseases of every kind.
Cffgee Sloan's advertisement in another column,
aepia lw - r
Weak, nerToos, depressed in spirits, and a prey to inna
nerable mental as well as physical evils, the victim to dys
pepsia Is indeed en object of commiseration. .Yet it ia ab
surd for him to despair. We care not how low, weak, ner
vous and irritable he may be, the cordial properties of Hoof
land German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Phil
adelphia, are stronger than the many Leaded monster
which is preying upon his body and mind; and if he chooses
to try them , we will insure a apeedy cure.
See advertisement. sepl lm
, - T . i - .''.' '
f 1 Lircr Disease. .; J
Carter's Spanish Mixture, as a remedy for liver disease,
and the number of formidable evils connected with a dis-
organ ised state of that organ, la unrivalled. ...
. Hundreds of certificates from the highest sooreea, of per
sons living In the city cf Richmond, V a., might be given cf
cures effected by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We have only
room to refer to the extraordinary cure of Samuel M. Drink
er, E6q., of the firm of Drinker k Morris, Booksellers, Bich
mond, Va,, who was cured by two bottles of Carter's Span
ish Mixture, after three years suffering from diseased liver.
He says Its action on the blood is wonderful, better than all
the medicine he had ever taken, and cheerfully recommends
it to an.
See advertisement in another column
sepl lm i-i;- . ..'
PE0F. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. The testimony
of all who have thoroughly tested the virtues of this cele
brated article,;is, that it will restore the gray, sad the bald,
eradicate diseases of the Scalp, preserve the hair from fall
leg, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old Tage.
It is now put up both wiiji and without sediment. Sea ad
vertisement. augt .
To Country Merchants and Planters.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHOLESALE AND HEX A IX.
.C.W. ROBERTSON & CO.
14 COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE.
E are receiving our entire Fall stnek of Gentlomens1,
iauies , M'i, i,nijiirens', Negro llrogons, soleleath
'Tt"y 1 rHvellng Trunlts, Valises, Carpet
L fl I Mi Rags. Boys' Cloth Caps, PliinUtion vTWl
rEYnWool HhU. c. which will becom-sy'sLft
1 I Mplete In ten dara. Our stock is large1 V&i
'plete in ten days. Our stock Is large 1
and has beea selected expressly for the Pall and Winter
trade, aod embraces all ot the best styles of Philadelphia
bjiii isewtngiana aianuucturers.
reri'LANTfKS r.d MEHCHANTS win find It to their
interest to call and exnmine our stock; we are determined to
rifler Goods at loir prices. We have conirtantlr on hand a
large stock of the best DOUBLE SOLED BU6QAN8 for
PlanUtian use, which we will cell low by the case or single
pair. : - . - . .
GentaCalf Water Proof and Stitched Boots;
Ixtw quartered Calf and Patent Shoes;
Mens Cair nd Kip Pegged Boots; '' -
- Calf and Kip Brogans;
u MeUlic Rubber Shoeo;
' Boys' Calf and Kip Boota; Youth' Calf and Kip Soots;
Ladies' super Plain and Tipped Lasting Gaiters;
" . 44 heeled Oaitera; .
" M hite Kid Gaiters; . .
" Kid and Goat Welt Boots;
Ladies Laiititig Gaiters 1.60.
Also, a full assortment of Misoes' and Children' Ttooteea
and Gaitera. O. W. ROBERTWN A CO
aug25 2m No. 14 College street.
Premium Boot k Shoe Manufactory.
" (Successor to Hamilton k Fuller,)
TZNIfESSEE BOOT AWD SHOE MAlfTJFACTOET,
Corner Market and Spring or Church Ets.
GRATEFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed npon this
ManumcUry since its establishment, the Proprietor
feels determined to merit a continuation of the same in fu
ture. I have now on hand a good assortment of ready
mails work, consisting in part o( Men's, Boys' anil
louws' uait, slip ana ruiuk Hoots anil Mioer, Megror ' 1
RrnMiii dmi.U ..!.. fi..VBn. b f - ,1:. .1 L 'v
and Misses Calf Morocco, and Kid Boots and Shoes, all made
irora gooa siock, in gooaaiyieana warranted.
Orders from Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad and Turn
pike Companien respectfully solicited.
PW All kinds of repairing done.
Cash paid for Hides. EBEN FULLER.
aug'26 tf . . j
REDUCTION OP FEUIUETS
FKO.1 NEW YOliK TO CHARLESTON
M'CREERY & HOOK,
COMMISSION AND FOBWASSINQ MEKCHAJfTS,
rbarlestou, S. Cm
WILL promptly attend to the sale of all kinds of PRO
- DCCE, to the RECEIVING AND FORWARDING of
Goods, and to the filling of orders In this market.
The Steam Ship Companies having reluced the freight to
eight cents per foot, makes this the cheapest and quickest
route by which to ship Goods to Tennef see, Alubania and
Kentucky from the Northern Cities. All ship and forward
ing charges will follow the goods to their destination.
GENTLEMEN'S FIXE SHOES AND GAITERS.
RECKIVkD THI3 DAT,
GENTS super Brown top Congress Gaiters;
u " Cloth do do plain k with tips;
" " Hungarian Shoes;
Patent Leather DreS Sloes;
With various other kinds; very superior and of the most
faxhionabic make. Just opened at 42 College street.
aug25 Jons RAMAOE.
ATALCAIiLE DWELLING HOUSE on Summer
Street, between Church and Union, fronting C3 ?
fest on Summer, an I running b ck 1T feet to an aj- iiJL
teyj at present occupied by Mr. W. P. Dortch. Said house
Is one or the most dcalrabie residences in Nashville; newly
papered and painted, wi b gas throughout the whole houe.
For lurther particular as to terms, Ao., Inquire wf me at
Jno. G. Ferguson's cOice.
Possession ereil 1st January, 136.
an& tf WW. O. KICHOL.
LEAT1IEU MELTIAti On hand and for sals
by i - D. D. DICKEY,
fcba No. 8 Collrgt street, Naahvlll ,
Y IUIEI PEACH ES wanted bv
i D. D. DICKIT.
auglO 61 No. S College street, Nashville.
ADVANCE IN I'OWDEII.
OWING to the advanced price in Sa'tperre,! fix the prices
of Powder lri.ru this date at the fulliowing ratea : .
. FnrDupoofs Rifle Powder, per keg, i O
W " , 8 6-
" - " - 14 quarter " Hi
' Tennessee B'asting, 4 W
' Kathville, Sept, 1, 14.
GUN PO WDEH. :
H4VK now on hand, and will hereafter keep a constant
supply of the following articles :
Dtapont ceScbrnfrd Ilirionnd IKportlnr
Pewden M caniatara and uuarU.T, luUi and wbaia
k'ir. . .
Trstitnrsare Ulatlur. ia kegs of S:;U and bar
rels ol 100 .
Tort lilckfrd &. Ce'a Safetr ITuse, war
ranted S'lpertair. - . i , - 5
Raitrowl Cos.tnictora, Miners and the Trade generally,
Supplied a ths lowest market prices.
lTuaopt aUasUoa given to ail orders. , .
Agent fcv the Slanunteturer,
Orhc. with E. g, Cheaiham A Co,
Kpa Corner bf.t'pruag and College straeta.
"IT. TX have rwcolwd an aaartnet of rw iy! FAfCT
V FHEXCM l A.SMJdrwi, SAXCT TUMI VALVEt
anJ RiCU 11K Vlu-ll.SGr, lor Fail and UitiWr wear,
watch w aea praparni to anake ap to rdr la Ute fatieot
lytoa. The UuxUua of bar sut"ner and Ihe pwl ti
auhctiej,. , curruN A AHMUTT,
I'l - S. l&Oedr street.
ML OOODWrr, having retaniwl (rota the Km with all
aB Ww new I4J hMhitmabUi S.nera, bg Wave rvkpect
Wily to annuee la Ihe cii.iens of Nwfeviile, that h will
smkismm a tertea of tnatrwctiorai in that pniiie art oa SA'F
tADAT, Meaikr Mh, al "ciock, p. ., ui the twaaas
rr 4erh's Murf ea Celleg street.
baysot T.'IM, llondty, ,Ttiarlay aJ Balordav. Hrwrs
f aufaanc, treat 4 to 0.,. UmUvamta'a tiam, hx,m J t
te IX, saws uy. . tl. sej.1 w
-l YI'l L E
FOB A SHORT TIME ONLY.
JH. SIMMONS, English Optician, late of the firm of
H. Semmons A Son, Manufacturer and Inventor of the
newly invented and improved Spectacles, from the impreved
Spectacle Manufactory and Cornwall Optician establishment,
East Bridge Truro, resaectfully announces his arrival on a
professional visit, with a splendid assortment of his newly
Invented and improved Spectacles, and may be consulted
at his office, on the Square, room over
Berry's Book Store, Kaahvllle, Tenn.
These celebrated Spectacles are made of Braxilian Sand,
and known nnder the name of Braxilian Pebblea, and con
structed In accordance with the philosophy of nature, in
the peculiar form of a concavo-convex mirror, admirably
adapted to the organ of aiirht, and can be used by the old
and the young to pursue the most minute employment, ei
thsir by day or candle light, with perfect ease, and never
cause that giddiness of the besd er unpleasant sensation to
the eyes that many experience from using the common kind,
but tend to strengthen and improve the sight, as will be seen
by the following testimonials from those using them.
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
TESTI MO NIALS.
From Hon. Geo. D. Prentice, Editor Louisville Journal.
Undoubtedly they are the best Spectacles ii. the
world. The continuous use of them for any number of hours
does not fatigue the eyes in the least, and the ri!on of age
is rendered by them in all respects like that of youth.
MmPHts, March 14:11, 1853.
Ma. J. H. Fnnioss Dear Sir: I have carefully examined
your Brazilian Pebble Spectacles, and most cheerfully add
my testimony to their superiority over any other lenses I
have yet seen. -
Besides the i hilosophyof this form, shape, Ac, the re
markable transparency and hardness of the material ren
der them peculiarly adapted to the purposes of assisting
impaired vision, which, unlike other Spectacles, do so with-,
ont fatiguing the eye by their use.
I can, my dear sir, cordially recommend yonr Brszilian
Pebbles to my friends as especially worthy of their confi
dence, and feel assured that a trial will in every case give
satisfaction. I am, my dear sir, truly yours, Ac
A. K. TAYLOR, M. D.,
. ".v ;. Prof. Anat. Memphis Med. College.
I have examined and nsed myself Mr. J. H. Semmons"
Brazilian Pebble Spectacles, and fully concur in the opinion
expressed above by Prof. A. K. Taylor, as to their superior
ity, both in form and material, over ths ordinary glasses,
and recommend them to all persons requiring the nse of
Spectacles. L. SHANKS, M. D.,
Prof. Obst. Memphis Med. College.
From the Hon. David Dale Owen, U. S. Geologist.
Nsw Ruutocrr, March 28, 1854. '
Mr. J. H. Semmons: Sin Having examined your Specta
cles constructed of concavo-convex Braxilian Pebbles, take
pleasure in testifying to their advantages over the ordinary
glass spectacles. Their superior hardness preverts wiem
being detected by scratches ; the peculiar manner in which
they are ground and polished, together with their transpar
ency, obviate Uie strain usually experienced in wearing
glasses, and their coolness especially, recommends them to
those Having weak, trntaUle eyts.
. . . D. D. OWEN.
From G. M,' Fogg, Tsq.
NiSHvnxt, July 28, 1S53.
Mb. J. H. Semmoks Sir : I have been using for one week
the pair of Brazilian Spectacles that I purchased from you.
and I do not hesitate to say that they are by far the twn
that I have ever nsed. Iam enabled to read the finest print
at night by a dim light, without straining my eyes, whereas
the spectacles that 1 have used heretofore, hurt them, and "
I could not read with any satisfaction. I consider your
spectacles a great improvement upon any that I have ever
seen. xours, respectiutiy, u. 01. ruuu.
. From Egbert A. Rawtrlh, Esq., City Recorder.
- Nashville, July 27, ISM.
Mr. J. n. Skxmohs Sir: After ten days' constant use cf
the Spectacles obtained from you, I feel guarantied in testi
fying to their efficiency in restoring or relieving impaired
vision. Previous to obtaining them my manuscript duties
were performed with much labor to the eye, and often with
pain; but since I have used your Brazilian Kennies I nave
experienced turning or me rina, nut reel perfectly rfivren-
aUd. Whether the relief proceed from the peculiar form of
the glasses or the material, or both combined, I cannot say.
I prefer them to any glasses I have ever used, and take
pleasure in recommending them to the public.
uespeciruiiy, luuutr a. Kinuuu,
From the EeT. Dr. J. T. Edgar.
- ' rUsHViLLi, Aug. 4, 1S5S.
Ma. Sewboss DesrSIr: Having used, for some time past.
a pair of your newly invented "Brazilian Pebl le Spectacles,"
I leel no hesitation in testuytng to tneir superiority over
any glasses heretofore known to me. In addition to their
unequalled purity of surface, they impart, from their pecu
liar mechanism, a visual ease and comfort, preserving alike
all sense f pain or uneasiness to the eye, however long at
any one time they may be aaed.
very respectfully your friend, j. I. iuuab.
From Hon. Cave Johnson, President Bank cf Tennessee.
KiSHnixe, Aug. 12, 1855.
DsabSis: I have for several weeks nsed a pair of yonr
Brazilian Pebble Spectacle' and have no hesitation in stating
that I consider them much supei ior to any other ever nsed
by me, and have taken pleasure in recommending the nse
of them to my friends in preference to any others.
KespecttuUy, your obedient servant,
J. H. Sinuous, Nashville.
From Col. G. C. Torbet t.
Caioa aho Ahiricaf Orrrcs, I
NaihvU e, Aug. 18,1355. f
I have been using glasses for seme lonr or five years, and
during that time I have tried a number of different descrip
tion and mannfaclure, some or which I thought very good;
but a few days since I obtained a pair of Mr. Semmons' Bra
zilian Pebble Spectacles, have given them a pratty fair txiil.
and have no beritation in saying that they are rur superior
to any thing that I have ever tried in that line.
tf. v. iLin.nr.il.
From Hugh Erwln, Esq.
NusarviLLe, Aug. 18, 1R55.
Ma. Jis. H. Simmons Dear Sir ) The Braxilian Pebble
Glasses that I purchased of yon about two weeks slnre, have
proved fully equal to all yon said respecting their good
qualities. They aie much superior to any I have ever used,
and I would earnestly advise all who are compelled to use
Spectacles to call at your office and procure a pair without
I would not be without them for more than five times what
they cost. Respectfully, yours.
From J. H, McMahon, Esq., Editor Memphis Bulletin.
Mcmpkis, March 2tth, 1S53.
Ma. J. H. SanMosfr Sir : The uh 1 have made of the pair
of Glasses obtained from you, satisfies me of Uie utility and
value of the form and material by which they are distin
guished. Without magnifying the object beyond the size
apparent to the atural vision, they render it distinct and
clear without fotlgue to the eye.
So (ar as my limited experience extends, I am very muca
pleaded with them.
Very respectruiiy yonr oe't serr t,,
' J. H. McMAHON.
Niravitxa, Ang. 153.
Ha. Fkmhoxs: After having nsed a pair of your "Bra
zilian Pebble Spectacles," I have nohesitaney In stating, -and
take pleasure lo so doing, that they are superior to any
I have ever nsed. - Respectfully, Ac ,
' - W. IL UAGANS.
From B. 0. Harris, Esq. ; .
I agree with W. H. Hacans. Esq.. In the above eertldrate
and take pU-asave In recommending all perrons who are ia
want of superior spectarles to purchase of Mr. Semmons, aa ,
I consider them superior to any 1 have ever uset.
- - IS. l. U JLtLt.LT.
- From A. W. Hunt, M. D.
Vxssos, Aug. , 1 Vj3.
The longer I use yonr glasses the more fully sui 1 con
vinced of their superiority over ail others 1 hare ever
' From Est.- John W. Ogden.' "
Wnrra Hall, Aug. i, ls35.
Mr. J. H. Ft mows: Dear Sir: 1 have nsed a pair of your
Improved Spectacles, for about two weeks, and find tliera
superior to any I have ever tried, and I havs recommended
several of my friends to call and try them, and they are much
pleased with them.- I never felt tired while reading orwnt
Log with them for hours together.
Yours, very sincerely, JOHN W. O'JDEN.
From Dr. John Waters.
Mr, J. IT. Snwoxs: Pear Sir; After a careful examina
tion and trial of year Concave-Convex Spectarles. I cheer
fully add my lettimony to their superiority over all others.
They enlarge the sphere of foecs, and thereby greatly re- .
here vision, without producing the unplrasanuica created
y the convex torn.
- Very reauifully years, . JOHN WATER3.
From Mr. D. 0. Topp. :
Mr. J. H. PtMxcrc Fir I havs been suing for several
months, a pair of your Braaiiian Pebble Spectacle," and
believiug they are the only kind I have ever mm capable of .
eompteteiy restoring vision which has barn impaired, to its
primitive perfection, 1 take pUasur In recosanMUkdics; thesa
to the putlA.
Ver respectfully, " . C. I0PP.
- Fross Dr. A. W. Bunt. '
- Ttauron, Tenn, July J3, IMS.
s The glasses yon snl me suit en iu
snocu nener isn ast i avaa hv,
Kaswtiujz, July 25, 1S55.
We, the ndrsfgnd, here stsed for sm tun Mr. J. 0.
Sratnnn1 Braaiiian Pebble Spectacles, and have found them '
far superior to any ctbert we have ). We ehrifujy re
commend theu u ths pub!l A. W. BCTLEtt,
Tenn. Ia-uranee Co.
- - T ' JOHN D. WlSSTyji M. D ,
.- ' ' - tf. J. CAkrrit,
Prov'r of Nshvi:i Inn.
Frosa " Rarri.ua est the Eye."
"Persons eannat be toe rao'.lous of whoa ttiey pqrr? ase
nctls, as they are to be boo j hi wholesale at a Itttie
raoreH.se one shilllsf per dovn, rd inch Inferior arthJce '
eannot be luo aiafh reprobated. " G!ts chouki
be large enough to cover the entire rye. The abuses of small
frame are bat tttle known to pesoos eslng glasses." .
t iT Mr. . wos'i lufuroj Us pwvlie that ha vm!oy no
ajrtata le H hi eclrUshrsl rr:cle ; and they can scty
r taiBd at ha t'rvirw, evsa Ma. tiiajtrB Po'-'a.-Tcsa, and
Sii bis gtaataa gtaSsea are ataanped OB lha baois thus, J.
U. sVauooas. , . (jyltj Myll if
T R U E
"-. New York, Sept. 13.
It ia reported that Omar Pasha declared that
Simpson and Pe Ussier are both hnmbag?, and that
he would twice bare lost his army if he. had fol
lowed their adrice. v .... . .
Spai5. Important erents are rumored, including
. the involuntary abduction of Isabella.
; ' : The Roman States hare prohibited the export of
i breadstuffd. -.-
Many political arrests hare been made at Naples.
Austria is about raising a new loan of two hun
dred million florins to repay the Vienna bank ad
vances. There ia a formidable insurrection in CentrnLnn.
f gal. The Insurgents number from 80,000 to 60,-
000, destroying erery thing European. 1,000 per
sons were beheaded at Canton for sympathising
with the Rebels.
The Maine Legislature is largely Democratic and
an ti Maine Law, securing the election of Wells for
Governor, and the repeal of the liquor law. i
' LorisviLLs, Sept. 13.
River falling slowly, with 4 feet 1 inches water in
Eastern reports are delayed on account of break.
Pitts BTRO, Sept. 13 P. M.
Four feet water in the channel.
Cincinnati, Sept 13.
Flour active prices a shade higher, 6.12a6.30.
Wheat, firm, 1.20 for prime red. Oata 23. Whieky
quiet. Sugar firm, with a better demand Fair to
prime 8a8J Fair and good fair 8a8 J. Molasses
firm at 42.
Nw YoaK, Sept. 13 night.
Flour firm sales at previous rates. Wheat has
an upward tendency. Corn demand active at
previous rates. Pork firm, with an upward ten-'
dency limited business at previous rates. Bacon
scarce at 11$. -
Locisvillk, Sept. 14.
All towns but II in Vermont, give Boyer, (Re
publican and Know Nothing candidate,) 8,900 ma
jority. P. G. Cato of Alabama, is appointed associate
Ju 'ce of the Supreme Court of Kansas, vice Elmore,
removed E. G. Moore having declined.
Tidings from Norfolk continue terrible. 154
deaths in the past three days. On Wednesday CO
new cases were reported. " "
At Portsmouth there were 23 deaths and 20 new
cases on Wednesday.
In two hundred and ninety-three towns in Maine,
Morrill, (Know Nothing and Fusion,) loses 4,351
from last year, when he lacked 1,400 of a majority.
Twenty-one out of thirty-one Senators are Demo
crats and anti-Fusionists. Two to one of the Rep
resentatives are opposed to Morrill. .
'Detroit, Sept. 14.
The Republican State Convention met at Kalama
zoo. Resolutions were adopted denouncing the
repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and recommend
ing a general convention of Republicans to device
means to resist the encroachments of slavery.
Nkw York, Sept. 14.
Vessels from Baltimore and Norfolk will be sub
ject to quaratine regulations till November first
The steamship Ariel, from II a v re, has arrived.
The Charleston Courier estimates the cotton crop
at 2,855,729 bales, being a decrease of 73,410 on
. Nw Orliass, Sept 13.
- Grenada has arrived.
G. C. Backhouse, the commissioner of British
and Spanish Mixed Court of Justice, was assassi
nated at Havana. " '
Louisville, Sept 14.
The river is falling slowly, with seven feet water
n the canul.
Cincinnati, Sept. 14.'
Flour active at 6.25a6.35. Wheat, red, 1.20.
Whisky unchanged good demand at33a33J. Su
gar, fair and prime, sold at 8JaS. Molasses 42.
Pittsburg, Sept 14.
Four feet water in the channel'
New York, Sept 14.
Flour firm. Wheat a trifle higher Southern
1.03; Red 1.90. Corn a trifle higher at 87. Pork
firm, with an upward tendency. Lard firm at pre
New Orleans, Sept. 14.
Cotton steady sales of 2,500 bales. Flour, St
Louis, 6.62 Ja6.75. Sugar shows a alight decline.
Whisky 3430. No change in freights.
" New York, Sept. 10.
The receipts of Madame Rachel's first three
nights in this city are stated to have been $12,000.
WasnisfiTOX, Sept. 8.
Major Matthew Markland, formerly an eminent
lawyer of Kentucky, and a late clerk in the Quar
termaster Genoral's office in this city, committed
suicide on Sunday last, as is supposed from letter
found to day in his secretary. Old age and infirmi
ty are the only reasons assigned. 11 id family n-la
tions were of the most affectionate character. In
a letter he lett for his family he say : "My mind
is fully made up, with all the affection I have for
my family, and I yield to no man in the pride that
I entertain; yet for their future good I choose to
Nil IV IMITED STATES SI AIL,
AKr.WTRI.vrEIKLTI.LX OF FOCR SNOr
UORriB POST COACllf 3 is now ia
rperatlon for the accommodation of the traveling public
from UUNTSV1LLK and WIUTESUCKO, AJa Via ttlunt
Springs, Bluntsville, Elyton to I'oclev-llo,
This line is stocked with Sne Concord, Troy and Albany
built Couches, good teams, careful and experienced drivers.
Persons from North Alabama and Middle Tennessee, will
And this the cheapest, best and most expeditious route to
Central ai.d South Alabama.
SCIIKDUL.E COIXG SOUTH,
leave Iluntsrtne on Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Fridays,
and arrives st Monte vallo on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
aurdays In time to connect with the Cars for falma, Ala
bama, arrirlrg at Selma at S o'clock, P. M., and then eon-
TV -1 nectiBg witn a dai'y line cf Mail steam
crs for Alontgomery, Motdle and New
iiWriiTihOrteans. Also with a doubto dailv 1 ns
of UjU Coa hes lor Marlon, Qreennborough, Tuixalnnsa and
Demopolis, Alabama; Coiumbui, Jackson and Vicksbarg,
ICHCDl'LC GOIIG NOIITII.
Leave Montevallo on the arrival of the Care from tVlma
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Frtdsya, arriving at Huets
vUte on Tweadays, Thursdays and bitcrdajrs at ft -o'clock
A.M., la time to connect with a dally line of Ccarhrtfor
Winchester on the Nathvilla and Chattanooga VCTlTlII
Railroad. Also,eonnectUg at Whiteairarg wuhTj""
a daily line of Mall Steamers for Itocalnr, ssii ; A
fhenee by Railroad and Stages te Tasernnbia, Florencw and
Sully's Springs, Ala., Uoliy Bprtngs, Musu. and Memphis,
Tsnn. A too, eua netting a WhttasMirf with the steamers
tot Chattanooga and Knoxvilie, Tenn.
The Proprietors have, from the nunvnws soltrftations of
the dtiaens of North and fenth Alabama, sstaM laded this
Line at a considerable expense and with but biue aid frusa
ths tiovernment, they b.'le se rwerivw sock pauswnaae as
Will enable Uie as te keep It in snecwrsfUl ecralk.
UARRLMOTON A BARNES,
aug44 im Proprietors.
NadiviliaTroe Whiff enpy three saonths and forward ae
eeah m this otaco. i Imli A JoaiU.
Tie tsa Iasurance Company of EartSri,
CAn CAPITAL tlOfl.Wvr.
TH0. A ALIXAXtr.K,8ecy...TU0. K. eSACX, hsA
- ' - Stats K atoal 7. h M. Intnraae Co. of ftu
A. J. CILLXTT.fcw'y.... J. F. iaTULXrOB D.Frest
Hew York Life Iamraaee Cesapuy.
PLTST FtElMAJi, Actuary. .MOIsUB FRASItUy.Frset
Firs, Marliae, Tnlaml 0n9 and LI ri taken at sw!tsbsi
rates. , JOeKFU NsMJ, Aipvut.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM.
No. 4T Pnblic Square, '
- - NASHVILLE, TEN'S.,
DIItECT IMPORTERS A'D WHOLE
J.!-;- ; SALE DEALERS Uf ' :
. ; '-AND- '
ARE now In receipt of their stock for the Fan Trade, and
would invite the particular attention of Merchants
visiting Nashville to their assortment, believing that their
stock embraces as great variety, and their goods are offered
at prices as reasonable, as can be found in any market in
the Union, when costs of purchasing and transportation are
taken into consideration.
They now devote their whole attention to the WHOLE
PALE business, and, in additien, being DIRECT IMPOR
TERS of an ENGLISH AND GERMAN HARDWARE, they
are enabled to offer facilities to the Retail Dealer rqual to
any bouse in any market. They will take pleasure at all
times in showing through their esstabbhment all who wiU
favor them with a call.
K2? Feathers received at the highest market price.
sepl watrw tf
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD.
DEALER IN . swain
American, English. ftQermaa "Ttl'
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
' WSST BIDS rrsiJC SQtTARB,
ianS ly NASHVILLE. TEN.
FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS.
IAM now receiving my FaS and
Winter Stock of Fui-niMn . Tun.
cj Goods, and invite all to examine it.
ii consists in part ot fnirts ol every
variety, ana oi latest styles.
Collars of every vaMety and style;
Cravats, Ties, If apoleons, 1c. Ac.
Underwear of Eilk, C ishriiere, Meri
no, Saxony, Shaker knitt, 8haker Flan
nel, Arnerian, Cauton Flannel, Ac. Ac.
with a variety of other articles, all of
which I am milling at moderate prices.
J. II. McGLLL.
TODEBWEAS F0S LADIE3,
OF Silk, Merino, Cashmere, Astoria, Ao. Ac, for ssle by
J. II. McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
sept Corner College st and Square.
NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF JITSIC.
No. 24 Vine Street, Nashville, Tena.
CHARLES HESS AND HENRY "WEEEB.
DEPARTMENTS The System of Instruction adopted for
tins Academy is the same aa that panned In the Royal
Academy in Paris, and comprises five Departments, vis:
Primary, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior; to
which ia added a Recapitulation Department, designed for
those who intend to adopt Music aa a profession.
TERMS PER SESSION.
PBixmtr Dsfabtm KVT, " 2!) 00
Five lessons a week, one daily, Saturday excepted.
Fbishma Dkpsrtmknt.. 23 00
Four lessons a wsek, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Soraoifoai Dipartxtst jjoOO
Thiee lessons one week, Monday, Wednewday and
Friday, the succeeding week Tuesday and Thursday.
Jcjior Department 83 00
Lesaona same in number and In days as in the
Sssiioa DsTAlTYSST 40 00
Two leswons a week, Monday and Thursday.
RjtCAPITCLATIoa DaFARTH SMT 60 CO
Lessons daily, Saturday excel ted.
K& In all of the foregoing Departments, the Piano and
Guitar are the wnly instruments taught.
Instruction on the Harp, a lessons a week, per session f43 00
14 in Vocalisation, go IN)
" 14 Italian style, 45 00
to classes of gentlemen on the Violin, Flute,
Clarionet, Acx, two evenings a week, 13 00
t17 All tuition lees due on the entrance of the pupil.
One lesson a week in Sacred Music given to all pupils free
No charre will be made for the nse of Instruments. Music
and Musk; B-ks furnished gratis to the pupils, who will be
permitted to retain them as their own property at the close
cf the session.
Pupils will be received at any time, and charged from the
period they enter to the close of the session. The attend
ance of pupils will be required during the lesson only.
The Academic Year will be divided Into two sessions; the
ene commencing on the 2d Monday in September, and cloe
Ins. on the last Friday In Janurjry, the other commencing on
toe Is'. Monday in February and dosing on the first Friday
fSf Pupils Intmsted to their care shall receive close at
ention, and if unwearied assiduity on the part of the in
s tractors can avail, they shall sot fail to attain the elevated
standard of.proflcieney to which they may expire.
Application to be made on or after the 1st day of Septets
er, at the Academy. aug!9 -6tn
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
TITE Fifth Annual Courje of Lectures la this Institution
will commence on Monday, the S3th of October neat,
and continue till the first of the ensuing March.
PAUL F. EVF, M. D., Principles and Practice of Surgery.
JOHN M. WATSON, M. DH Obstetrics and the Diseases
of Women and Children.
W. K. BOWLING, M. D., Theory and Practice of Medi
cine. A. H. BUCHASAN, M. D, Surgical and Pathological
An atom v.
C. K. WINSTON, M. D Materia Medlca and Medical
ROBkRT M. PORTER, M.D., General and Special Anat-
0,jT'BER!UENLINDSLEY, M. Chemistry and Phar
macy. TUOMA R. JKNNING3, M. D Institutes of Medicine
and Clinical Medicine.
WILLIAM T. BRrGG. M. D , Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Anatomical Kooma will be opened for Students on the
first Monday in October.
A full I'rrliminttry C'ourM of Lectures, free to all Stu
dents, will be given by the Professors, commencing also oa
the first Monday cf October.
A CUnique has been established In connection with the
Cnlveisity, at which operations are performed, and cases
pratcribed for, and lectured upon, iu presence of ths Class.
Amount of Fees for Lectures in the University is !U3.
Malnule"'jn Fee, (paid once only J A3, practical Anatomy
fl". Graduation see i3.
vod Bearding can be procured at about S3 per week.
7o liter Information can be obtained by ad.lreslng
J. BERK1KN LINDgLKT,
J tS watrwsn,- " Chancellor of the Ouiversity.
FINE HOCK AWAY 1 Oil SALE.
I HAVE for sale a floe ROCXAWAT, suitable for one er
two horses, with a PORTABLE PARTITION has been
nsed about six mouths. Also, an excellent FCRMTCRJC
CAR. Cheap for cash. Apply to L. MOE4,
No. 19 College street,
snyS tf Opposite the Bewanee House.
JCST received a Jtt of Shirt eolare of the Best duality
and some of them entirely new st vies.
CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
. ap99 No. IS Odarvtroet.
WX this day advaoed the price of Cotton Tarns, and are
selling at 1 1, 10, 9 and 5 cents, for numbs rs 4, 6, f and
TOO 5 per evnt stf en qaantitiea above 10 bsgs, and time
regulated by qusUty, as heretoton.
W. II. CORDON CO.
A few more FsmiUos eaa be supplied
"WITH CHOICE BOOMS AT THIS HOTEL,
fjr Also, DAT BOARD KXL3 and tranaienl persons on
reasonable terms. augj
EW 0U1EO APPLL wanted by
D. D. DICKXT.
auglO Ko. S College Street, NashviSe.
TEA?IS AO EISEVS
J S3 bales Kxhlaad Manufacturing Cocapanjs Jeans;
00 d do de a lAuacj, (br
negroes, la stare anJ fc sale by
. iesa w. n. cosdos co.
TALE STOCK OF
Boots. Shoes and Hats for 1S53,
IL S. IIOLUaNS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALEUS IM UOOTS
Ot.- AS nw receiving their Fn ftoek ef
V il IIcMsia iora and II a t, w
111 they reeomebd as one of the beat and i
Va cooirWle Slocks cf Goods ever odcred
them for the fa.ll Trade.
Msrehanu wilt cnsult iVfr teterrst by giving t stock
an sxaainaUna before bujing. k
a. 8. nOLLINS A CO.,
Foa. li and tl corner of CLsge aod L'ni.-n
Sepl lm Nasiviils, Tsnn.
FALL AMU WIMTEU CIWDS.
IT JM relvt nor te of Fs! t A TO,
Us lslf h
(ar ts ' J
V WLSTEK UOODS for IVctwcySlil
CLOT lid, CAS.-1MIR-S and TIjIiNud-f
u W uJ t-.i ,...li r. la whka woswl I
atUDIioa of ur trlrtids aa.i Mis r". susm, a uw
uiv U .tTi' H'iLSiLsitO &-Oi.
sepi-i . : c,,w
TitTw I LOltt DEPOT.
CScw ef tie Siihvilie City Killa, terser of Collfgt
uti Eprlsf Street.
j,4 ,.0. IIAVM0XD k CO.
tj:5 ;iLX J
HOLMES & STONE Y,
- - - noyee dc CoN Wharf,
C II A It LEST ON, S. C.
tST Win sttervl to the SnV r,r COTTOJ., FLOCR,
GRAIN, A.,or-hr Produr. -,
Agents Palmetto. Lias New York Packets.
' WM. hi LAWTGN & CO.,
- e. 13 Sntlieru Wharf.
Oliarloston, G- O-,
. FOR TUE SALI CF
Western nnd Southern Produce.
Wf. M. LAWTON, I
O. Vf. BACOT, f
aug 7 iri m
. I J03. T. DILL,
I W1.SB0RM LAWTOX, Jr.
AasIiYillc' Surjjrist d.
CHEAT EXCITEJIEMT IM THE CITY I
II. C. KcSAIEY & CO.
Me. 55 COLLEGE STREET.
HAVE j ml n-ceived irr Express and are now opening
their Kill Impruiinns of the most beautiful assort
ment of Goods ever brought ti this murktt, consisting ia
part of . "
Lace Goods nnj Ecibroidcrlrs.
Su;h as VatVnclenn. Lace Cat., Collarettes and Sleeves;
Val. Lac FJiripj, Collars and S eeves, srparata and la
sell Ladies embroidered Koi-es; Iafant3, tmhroklered
Robes, colored aud boidvied; Kc:bioia red lUndkerciiiefr.
Ac. 4c Ac.
MLK GOO DM
Elegant Fl nneed ll.dHs; Vire Antiiu, (a all colors
Glac und varlons styles of P!a!ds and Strnxrs. "
Hiatvh und ScurT.
A beautiftil lot of Cashmere Scarfs, and Stella Bordered
A!l thee good are eTcelinglv hsndsome snd in the
neweM style5, being a iron? the earliest purchases in the
Eastern .Markets. Call early, before U.ey are all gone.
WE will pay CASH for Wheat delivered in Nvhvillej
Sacks furnished. Call and see ns bsforw yrm l.
augl5-tf J. A R. YEATMAN.
T'EN THOUSAND BU?nEI.3 PRIME REO WORAT
wanted, deliverable at nr Warehouse by the 15th lost.
for which we will pay ;j cents per bu.-hel of 6 lbs.
UBS W. U. tiORDON k CO.
00,05 Itl Slti:i WHEAT
ANTED imTiedliit.lr at tliekigheat cash nrir. - Baga
furnished if dcsiied.
u. ii. uit.ak.T,
No. 3 College street.
FFTY TnOCSAND BUSHELS WHEAT WANTED tbr
which the highest price m t'AFII wdl he psid. '
SEYMOUR, EANM.NO CO.,
Corner Market and Church street.
Wheat, Wheat !
t have en hsnd ard are dally iwHvirg extra heeww
- - ---- - - . .uiianio wow
beat and Corn Sack which we will sell tow for Cum.
atrte tf - No. 49 puhiig 50,
CASH FOtt WHEAT.
IV B ,r Prs'"1 o pay the II I O H E 8 T MARKET
PKICK for tVheat nnd Corn, at the Kasa.
Viile City Mills, and desire all the Wheat Growrrs to m n
call before selling elsewhere. Likewise we shall b. pre
pared to exchange Flour for Wheat on such trros as will
be satisfactory. O. HAMMOND k CO.
tW N. B. We will psy 10 per cent above the market
price for Wheat clean, d U.riMiKli
CHILD'S GEAtS SEPAEAT0ES.
jell watrwtf O. U. CO.
SEAGO 6l LAWRENCE,
Grocers, Commission Jlcrchants,
4n dkslsks rs
GRAIX. BACON, LARD, HAT, FRUIT. FL0CS, aa An.
No. 79 and TA Whitehall street, Atlanta, as
CONSIGNMENTS respeetlully solicited and prompt re tame
promised. Cash ailvaocass givaa oa Produce in Store,
and caoh orders filled with promptness and care,
BC0XS ASJ STATICNEBT.
UTX invite the attention of Merchanu and Traders tea.
erally to cur large stock of
SCHOOL HOOKS AND STATION EH Y,
- AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At prices which cannot fail to please.
OCR STOCK OF
Is alo large, snd we will sell at very low WfTvTw
prices to tha who buy to sell again. JTl 1 1 Jfa
TEAClitRd woo d do well to examine our "4r
stock; we will make special arrangemeota to'-saiaisasir
supply Schools. Xf Last Side Public Square, NashvOle.
nugiS-tf STEVENSON A OWEN.Agenla.
Let them rave and exclaim they will pass It,
And declare ws no drink shall get after;
W e give them, by way of reply,
A shout of derision and langliter;
For a. 1 who taste Lyuni? Amijs,
So delicious and exquisite find it.
That never could tyranny gain
The right to restrict or not sell It.
TnE quality of these AROMATIC SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS isso well known that they do not newel
the puffing that it appears others do. One trial Is all that la
required to convince a person of their superior quality.
Sold whuksale and retail by the sole proprietor,
LYONS A CO.,
Jjt3 1 Cedar street.
LOULSVUXE A5D JTASHVLLLS BATLS0AD.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be reelvd by the undersigned,
until MONDAY, the loth dsy of October, Ibr theUrad
untion, Bridge and Culvert Masonry of li mile. of the Lo.
ifviile and Nashville Railroad, between the town of Bowling
Oreen, Ky., and ths city of Nashville. Plana, specifications
and profiles of the work will bo ready for examination oa
and after October 10th at the Company's Offices at Bowling
Oreen and Oallatin, where full information relating to it eaa
be obtained from the Engineers In eharirti Bidders unknown
to the undersigned must produce tesumonials from resyosv
sibls perwins as to their ability, Ao.
By order Of the Board of lirectors :
aug? td Chief Engineer.
Land for Sale.
I OFFER sale (7l)0) SEVEN HUNDRED ACRES "S
OF LAND lying on th Columbia Central Tumpik.jL.
Koeyt, seven miles from Columbia and four n-om Mt. Pleas
ant, being a part of the tract oo w' kh 1 reside.
This Laud b equal if not snpsrior to any ia Maury eoun iy
It Is well watsrsd; (the eviebratod Dev.rs spring being on
lh part offered tor sale) well timbered and well Improved.
There ar. oa the pmsieva sow. bewanful building attest
fronting the Turcpik. and the contemplatesl Rail Road. It
will be divided to suit purchasers er Sold in a body.
For farther information apiy to me at Ash wood P. Office.
Maury eoanty, Tennessee,
angll tf LCCTTS J. POLK.
KawivUle Cnlon and Louisville Journal (tease copy.
I WILL beat Clarkawllte on MONDAY, TCZSDAT
and WEDNESDAY, aj, U and 2th of September.
At Inrf reeaboro' oa FRIDAY, Bcptcmbei Tth, pos
itively fcr that day oaly.
Alihelkywllle aa SATUHDAT. September 8 ih. pos
itively for that day only.
AlCelambla en liOXDAT, TCFSDAT and WID
SEDAY, luth lllh and l'Jtb of September.
At Lebanon on SATURDAY. Seiten.ber ISA. posi
tively that day only.
eugSO 43SW14 . J. U. BISMU.ia
EX5DEZSC3 4 SASHYTT.T.K SALLE OAS.
NOTICE TO STOCKIIOI.DEHS.
Osaica OS Ilrsnaasiia k Ksravuoa X. R. Csjt I
UiijSTua.s, Xy Aug. 10, lssa. f
0TICZ is h err by gjven to the Stockholders of the H.a
dernoa and Kar brill. Railroad Cimpany U.sl tho Hta,
Instalment on their stock as now due and must be paid ea or
before the SClb day U feptpc-ber nexu
By ordrr cf ths Board of Directors .
aagl Id AUBjtOcs; G. C0RDO?.ge'y.
THIRTY fcalae Rkknsad 7-8 Oscaburgs,
bsddS Kxhland 4-4 da
Id do franklin 4-4 do
; agy making bs.
SHJ f EAXJ53 FZI5ZSVE CASS ASH JAM,
I PIT ALL be In reHpi 'n s lew dasef s ewiffty of very
OBriur and fesviutl eWtt-rVaJtng Frrsvrvw Cans, aJ
tsbSMV a tHcl r warrn rtr. ana aorCblneas) W tbej
wants W those: wtir g to pnr.erve fruits snl vrretsbtea.
jyl m l. D. KICK AY.
A. k 3. O. M-CVUmd fcsvw iuH
a lare K rr t, ludliA .''lailtaSTo
huh ttoy are seliiug voty V fur casa.
Fl'AI LOW CAN Ml. 3i 0 be ir J. Doyle k Co"a
A lurd , i cs-J Pouiaitr T3ow Cano-!. in t aaJ tor
sale by .r-. W. H. liOHDoN k CO.
1 D. D. I'UKET.
N. S Cd.e Mree.
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