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EOOE AND JOB PSIKTIKQ,
HIATLT AND IXPEDITIOTTSLY KXKCTTXD
- BLANKS OF ALL XIIfDS
TTl ATLY PRINTED AKD FOB SALE AT THIf OFFICE.
tWS. H. PARTIS', newspaper and advertising agent,
&noinnati,is authorised to receive and receipt for aubecrip.
H-mt and advertising for the True Whig.
27" V. B. Palmer, Newspaper and Advertiiing Agent,
Diovn't Iron liuiMinr, Phllade'phia, U our only authorised
Agent In that city.
RAIL EOAD If AIL.
TOME FOB. TIIE MAILS ON THE CHATTANOOGA R. R.
Lave Nashville at T A.M. an! 6 P. M.
Arrive at Nashville 7 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Tlie Mails for the KiHto and Bout hem Cities close at 4
P. M. and for Way Oflices at 6 o'clock, P. M.
JyUl 8. 11. ANDERSON, P. M.
I KIDAY JIOKMNC, Si;PT. 21.
. or rna .
lv:EClIAlcs, institute or tenxessee.
At Odd l-llow Hall.
COMMENCING OCTOBER 1, 1 635.
The Hail will be opene I Lr the reception of goods on
Wednesday, the 2Gth inst.
It is particularly leques'ed that persons Intending to ex
hibit articles will leave a list at to? Library Rooms, where
rules and regulation can be obtained.
Persons desiring: Membership Tickets, ae requested to
P'oeure them before the opening of tlte exhibition, topre
Tt nt confukn at tins door.
The Directory have in contemplation a eourse of LEC
TU1.ES during the Winter, to which Membership Tickets
Will ad oil t the owner free of charge.
Membership Ticket. J to be had of the Librarian.
eep20 tf C. DAVIS, Librarian.
TnE Weather. The "heated terra" is upon
us in full vigor. Yesterday was one of the
most oppressively warm 5uys of the reason.
The health of the city, as far as the appear
ance of any epidemic is concerned, is happily
reraarkahly good. The inUnaeut of a boy
eleven years of flge, who died of lock -jaw,
yesterday evening, was the first cue this week
in Uiw City Cemetery.
RiTER News. The river was fallinp; yester
day. There is not more than about 3J feet on
Ilarpeth Shoals this morning.
y The XeitU Miller arrived on "Wednesday
' eight ami left yesterday for Cairo.
The Brazil returned yesterday from the
ehoals, and was loading in the evening with
wheat. She was expecting to leave hist night
The A. L. Bails arrived yesterday from ra
ti U-nh with u load of barrel salt.
The Montkello and Cmpire are laid up for
the present for want of business.
C.ipt..Atkin's new steamer, Alhcrtii.e, was
advertised to leave Louisville lor this place
X&ass Sleeting at Knoxville.
Hon. Jxo. 15ki.l and lion. A. J. PosEi.e?
left yesterday for Knoxville to attend I lie Mhss
Meeting on Saturday. Col. ir.XTKY, Hon. T.
A. II. Nelson, and other distinguished gentle
ineu of the American party, will be prest-nt.
"We have no doubt the meeting will be a glori
Tim Ladies and titb Mechanics1 Fair.
The adjourned meeting of the ladies yesterday
afternoon at Odd Fellows' Hall, for the pur
ine of making arrangements for the proper
management of the ladies1 department of the
Fair and Exhibition of tho Mechanics1 In
Ftitnto, was largely attended. The Udies
havo taken hold of the mutter in the proper
spirit, aud from their intelligence and enthu
eiasm, we are fully warranted in saying that
their department will ho the rnor.t intesesting
feature of the Fair.
. Horrible Mi'udki: in Williamson CorxTt.
We learned the particular yesterday of a
most brutal murder of a fclave woman by her
mistress, Mrs. James llulton, residing about
one mile from Beech's stand, in Williamson
county, on Wednesdny. The inhuman woman,
our informant says, whipped the girl first, then
scalded her, and finally finished tho work by
killing her with blows on the Lead with a
epade. It was even reported by some, though
not credited by our inlorniant, that she hung
her victim as a last manifestation of her pas
6ion. It is reported that tho deed was com
mitted in a fit of jealousy, which hud worked
Mrs. 1J. to a state of frenzy. She admitted
the crime, but claimed that it was committed
Theatre. The AJeljdti opens on Monday
Diglit with an excellent stork company, com
posed mostly of new candidates lor Nashville
popnlarity. The Manner has made arrange
ments, for the most brilliant t-ucccsion of the
atrical stars that have ever visited this city.
He opens at a propitious time, and wo predict
a briliiaut season. Tlie two fairs and the
meeting of the Legislature will briKB to our
.city an unusual number of stranger?; and the
Parqnette and Dress Circle will not fnil to be
filled with large aud f ishionuble audiences.
Edoeheld and Kentucky IiAiLiioAn. Gen.
Baueow has resigned tlie portion of Secretary
and Treasurer of the Ed-eEeld and Kentucky
Railroad Company, and Col. IIknut Blood,
of thiacity, has been elected to fill the va
cancy. if In another column will be found the
card of Messrs. Fowler & Norton, Forwarding
Merchant. Cairo, His. 1 1.eV have JUst COHIpie- )
. , ,1 . " , . .1 . , :
ted their tew wharr-hoiit, which is the largn-t i
floating ware-house on the Western waters.-1
Dick Fowler late Of the firm Of WttttS, Giv-j
. , , . ' , '
n & Co- I adUCHII, K V. IS XtenslVfIy and ;
luVoralilj kuowu as a prompt, correct, and f
ficient business man, anJ any ronsigt.nunt to
tlie care of Lis firm will meet with Kitisfaoto
TUttlK OF MONTEREY. This i the ninth'
Auniversary oi mai t'tem, b gnu iols n
i . t r,.. 1
American arm, anil c.'l.mivuiMrauu oi cu-i
It Will l' Celebrated at OJd '
T llniva1 Hall bY a Ball. ci"en 1V Wm of the i
rcliu j . ,1 ' ! I
tiron goIUlcr WliO llOUOrauiJ liariiriiKVieu ui :
1 -1 l
, , frl
it9 pr"l'S Je W0Rf "S 5aUrt'' 1 l,v 0'C- i
. -ii Iu. m l,ni,nr mi.i Vn
aion will do doubt be a happy one. o rnm
have been spared to make eyery t ..op j '"V,,,,,. (,ltrn.J t0 tMr p.r .h, rrreW, rloM .
fclib' The best COtiUion IllUsir itl ihe Clt V ha. i eutwn, aud If utirrird n.-i-luuv d the part t4 the In
aujc. . . . . " .,, s irn. u ran avail, they shall am fail u aittu tt eUw-d
been cngag?d, t' pneo vi tickets, us vtiii i f,llU,t)i ,4 prom-iewy iotaa aev t wpir.
L-...amnim nt U f .to Mtildl tf) An.li.-atH.n to bt sa.li 00 tr after the l.l 4.V of a4m-
lie 8teil ) uv" " ' -4
i event any from attending. Gcutlemuu pur-
.'.ocJniv tir-kta are reoneMcd to invite t!eir
lady friends. '
MARRIED On ThurfUaT evomtig, Jvpten.ixr
aiAim"" V . m . r 11
"Ot'i t the residenre of Mr. T. A. Alct aii, 00,
!liKb ireet, by U- Kev. Dr. LapJey Mr. C. R II.
Maktim and Uisa Sali ic UcCavl, all of tlw city.
.. f - m . ..i'n .
Maktiii and Uis Saluc hcalu, hi w iuu cnj.
Eactt-Fourth DaY Tiuraday.
A tolerable crowd only was in attendance
yesterday, owing to the fact that it was under
stood that several of the entries would pay
The first race was a sweepstake for 3 year
olds, f 200 entrance, $30 forfeit two mils
The entries were W, W. Woodfolk's Kan
sas. W. G. Harding's h. f., by Epsil.ni, out of
Florentine. Iioundtree & Singleton's b. c, by
Shamrock, dam Sally Kirhy by Stockholder.
The first and last paid forfeit8, and Gen.
Harding's gullant filly gsllopr-d for the purse.
The second race was for Proprietor's purse,
tlOO mile heats.
At the sound of the horn but two contest
ants made their appearance Crookinden-, the
Georgia filly, and Stevenson's entry.
First hfat. The Hamlet colt has the call
among the betters. At the tap of the drum he
took the lead and Won the heat withont being
pressed, in 1:54.
Second heat. Heavy odds betting in favor
of the Hamlet stock. He dashes ahead of the
filly, and very nngallantly refuses to have her
company during the balance of the Leat. He
wins the heat easily in 1:55.
W. T. Cheatham's Highlander was drawn,
as was also Fow ler's Head and Ear$.
C. A. Hamilton's Croolinden, by Tempest 2 2
V. S. Stevenson's b. c, by Hamlet, dam
Priam, . . . . . .11
Time 1:54; 1:53.
To-dayV race will probably be the" mo6t in
teresting of tho week. Mile heats, best three
in five, by Henry J'crritt and John F. rower.
There will doubtless be a large crowd in at
tendance. "Parley's Panorama, or Curiosities of Ka
ture and Art" &c, has been received by the
Agent, Mr. J. II. Bryant. It seems to be a
very interesting work for both adult and juve
nile, and it is doubtless wjrth even more than
the price of subscription. ' Mr. Bryant stops
at the Planters1 House, where subscribers aad
others wanting the work can procure it.
XX 7 E this day have onh-rs for twenty thousand bushels
v wheat, to b ttlie'l during tlie pi'em-nt month, for
which o ail pay the highest market pi ice in cah.
-rt8 feW. 11. OOKDON A CO.
Wheat, Wheat !
VX T E have on hand ard are dHily rwi' irg extra hear j
4 4 and 7-S Uxnaburps utirl She'-titifs fuilHhle for
peat and Corn farku which mill hell io fcr "jirn.
.MOrOAN A CO ,
auVO tf No. 49 i-ul,!ic f qnare.
1TE will pay CAF1I for Wheat dt:ivcr.-d in Na-hville..
V Sacks furnished.
Call aud see U3 liefore yu -i I
J. A It. YEATMAS.
IT'IFTY THOUSAND BCSHKLS WHKAT WAXTLD, for
ahich tlie highest price in PA. II will lie paid.
SKY. MO UK, FANNING A CO.,
VS Corner Market and Church streets.
(.KAi v .ti:i.
in HI-ST market price given for WHE AT, CORN and
. II AMMONO CO.
WHEAT ! WHEAT!!
200,025 in mii:i u iii:at
tXrAN'TKU immediately at the highest cash orice. Bags
V furnished if dcsiied. D. I). DICKrV.
Land for Sale.
I OFFER fur sale (iOO) f E LN HUNDRED ACRES
OF LAND lying on the Columbia Central Turnpike V
Ko'!,Feven miles from Columbia and four from Mt. Pleas
ant, being a partof the tract on w kh I reside.
This Land is equal if not superior to any in Maury county
It is well watered; (Die celebrated Devers Spring being on
the part ofl'-red for sale) well timbered and well improved.
There are on the piamists some beautiful building sites
fronting the Turnpike and the contemplated Kail Road. It
will br divided to suit purchasers or fold in a body.
For further information apply tomcat Ashwood P. Office,
Maurv count , Tennessee,
augll tf LUCIUS J. POLK.
Nashville Union and Louisville Journal please eopy.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
MAKTJFACTTJELS AND IEALEE IN
HATS, CAPS & LADIES' FURS,
!o. 23 Public Sqnarc.
my autumn stvi.e of moi.e-
HAT Foil IStf.6 is now ready
inspection at No. 23 Public
Square. 1 hoe who wish an el'gant
DltrS HAT are invited to call and leave .
tin ir orders early. Those who left llmir I
orders during the week, will find thefr Hata ready for
celivery to-day. A. J. FRANCISCO,
sepl No. M Public Square.
1 ON PON SMOKE, l-KOWN HUNGARIAN, ANDf
I-KOWN HUNGARIAN, ANDpy
iO PKAKL ALUONI.4 HT.-13i
stales of goods worthy the at-
K ItKOWN AM
These are entirely new stales of goods
Uun of all who desire something tasty in the Hat line,
sepl A. J. FRANCISCO.
CAPM :AIKt! C'APM!!
fFN'P AN1 HOYS' CLOTH AND PI.USIT
1A CAPS of every description and quality, i'ln!'
V ' ' ' nn" .-.-. wi.mtj ms r mi II1U lAUl.b
11 a i r.Jiruniu .n, ro. j ruuuc uai'o.
sej l A. J. FRANCISCO.
roi'MTnr .tu:hc iiats
BE reminded that I have the Ware-rontrm well)
t I have 11 Ware-room we11fT
HtY TIIG NI.W AND DB J3
lor the Fall Trade, and would be
JX. Mocked aith tVH
MIIAIU k. in my line loi
rkated to h.l their ordtra.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
ept No. lia Public Square.
KASHVILLE ACADEMY OFllIUSicT
No. S4 Vine Street, Na.-hille, Temu
CIIAULES HESS AKD 11EITEY WESEE.
DF.PAKTMt.NTS The System of Iutrue!i.n adopted for
tt.ia Academy is the same as that pursued In the KoyaJ
A.n Uioy In Paris, and con prises five D prtmenta, via;
Pilaary, Frehsuau, N j.bomor, Junior, and Senior; to
which i added krcapuulatioa Drpartm-nt, dcsignui for
those who intend to adopt Uiuic as a proUakion.
TERMS PER SESSION.
Paonar DrriiTsnr, 1 20 00
Five IfMMuis a week, one dally, Saturday einepted.
FataHMia lWArnrT 25 00
Four IcaavfM a week, Monday, Tuesday, I hurvlay
rVirKoxoaa DtraTirvT 80 00
Thiee lessons one we a, Mnoasy, veuneny ana
Friday; the aucre.ling week Tues.ly and Thursday.
Jv.Moa DaT-avsiiat 85 00
j,., la n!ruir and m drs astu the
f TT 40 o
Twolron. a week. M..nday aud Thursrlay.
KKCtrrrt Lanoa l'-aaTiiniT M W
Le n daily, Haturday excepted
...... . . . .1 . It A
I S- la ail vi mi ii. i-k - i -- t
Guilar are the ccly lusli umenU taught.
Instruction en the narp, t leiwon. a week, j er ses.ion t5 ("l
. iu Vocal'raiion, ")
" - Italian stle, AS 00
to eiaseen 1 gentlemen rn the Violin, Flute,
CUrhmrt, c, two etiinp a week, 13 00
t'" All lulti.nfees due on theeutram-erf thepupiL
Noi't.arre will be trade f jr the u of Instrument. Masio
,B4 Mu,ic runinhfl gratis to the puf.l!s. wiltbe
pertnuted u. reuia thetuaa iheirowo prorty at the i.k
"uptW wiUbre-elvel at at y time, and rharfed from the
prriwt Uw cctw t th riiM at th mU. The aitend-
!, ut pupns will tiertuirol aaring th lrta utily
. a I I .. V . I U.II..U.I 1..... .
I iw SWMiniiw r im m wn'su limi i
n .tnmeu-iri ih M Mond.t u Prpte
I n o the i aly In Jnery, II. othrri
t r Ui XifltlUJ trbrtiml, mmi cloti,.t on
Tti AoaileuiVc V ear w.u Ix Jiti.Wd inu. tao mon' the
oiber, and rka-
the first Fri tar
r, at ii.. Atadea y. aug'8 -iia
VALUABLE DK FLUNG HOfK
street, bvtwern fbunh and I'nl., fr.ntn.rf rS J - '
feet on fumiurr, aol mtiiiiii tr llu (, at bt an mi- AUL
I Icy; at prrartit ucvtipied ky Mr. W. F. Dvrtrh.. rid lxiu
ia ene T the tuosi dci'il iei.trt)o-a lb NaUivuie; newly
. ,ni ,,loU.,i wt h ... trooghoai the hoi. bo
- .. . . - :. ... .... ...
runner pariK tiiars aa w Krasa, sc iuijuue vi sua aa
'. Ferifuaun's ifliim.
- wy. c. MCHOL.
WILLIAM L. MOKSELL,
i Dry ami Sparkling Catawba,
NO. 35 EAST THIBD STEEET,
' jyl6-ly . CIXCIXXATI, OHIO.
Weak, nervou, depressed in spirit, and a prey ta innu
merable mental as well as physical evils, the victim to dye
pepsia is indeed n object of commiseration. Yet it Is ab
sord 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
I which is pre ins open his body and mind; and if he chooses
n will ir.nr.i u ai.Mir fiir.
niMVH 1 9 ss;j(Mp Hrvis atsv awwv sauu
to try them, we will ir.sure a speedy cure.
Carter'! Spanish Mixture, as a remedy for liver disease,
and the number of formidable evils connected with a dis
orpm ised state of that organ, is unrivalled.
nnndreds of certificates from the highest sources, of per
sons living In the city of Eichmond, Va., might be given of
cures effected by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We have only
room to refT to the extraordinary cure of Samuel M. Drink
er, Fq.. of the firm of Drinker A Morris, Booksellers, Bich
mend. Va . who was cured by two bottles of Carter's fparc
I l?h Mixture, after three jear suffering from diseased liver.
He says its action on the Wood is wonaernu, oeuer man at;
the medicine he had ever taken, and cheerfully recommends
it to all.
See advertisement In another column.
sepl Im ;:
PROF. WOOD'S HAIR RESTOBATIVE. The testimony
of all who have thoroughly tested the virtues of litis cele
brated article, is, that ft will restore the gray, and the bald,
eradicate diseases of the Scalp, preserve the bair from full
ing, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old sge.
It is now put up both with and without sediment. Bee ad
IN consequence of the great demand fur Mr. fc! EMMONS'
11RAZIUA.N PEBBLE BPECTAI'LbS, he has been in
duccl to proloog his stay In thi. city fjra short time longer,
so as to enable all persons to btain these unrivaled glasses;
therefore immediate application Unnecessary to obtain them.
From Hon. Judpe Green.
Lkrasdn, August 31, 1855.
Dua Sia : In replr to yovr note. I state that having used
a pair ef g'asces in the SH-etaries I bought o' you, tor two
weeks, I have fnund them greatly preferable to any others
I have ever seen. My vision is clearer, and uiy eyes do not
become wearied and pained by their me.
Respectfully, N. GREEN.
From Bit-hop Mile. .
Ka8hvili.e, August 25, If 55.
Ma. J. II. Eemmorp Sir: Having used your Hrasilian Peb
ble Spectacles some time, 1 am convinced oi their excellence,
and find tlieio superior to any I have heretuf re u.nxi, and
earnestly recommend them to all that need their aid.
Kesprttfully, KICHAKD P. MILES.
ST Mr. Semmons may be consulted at U Office, over
Mei.-rs. Berry A Co's Bok jjtoie, where the above celebra
ted Spectacle may be obtintd fjr a f hort time onger.
tepH dawtf -
i To Country Merchants and Planters.
(BOOTS AND SHOES,
j Aviior.E.sALK A.-va iu;taii..
7K are receiving cur entire F!1 stiick of Gentlemens',
tutieit , SliFse', t Iiilarenr, Negro urogittis, sole leath-
reer iravenog irunss, ajies. Ciirpei
r-.f 1 .-j.jBag.I'ovs' Cloth Caps, ri.ntati(in C J
J VWn'001 Huts, A-c, which will becom-JTfJ
g till tplete In ten dwys. Our stock is large 1
sixl has len selected expressly 'or the Fall and Winter
trade, and embraces all of the best styles of Philadelphia
and New Krgland Maiiufcture's..
tWI'LANTLRd and MbKClIAN'TS will find it to their
interest to ca!l aud examine our tto- k; we are determined to
offer Goods at low prices. We have constantly on hand a
Ixrge Mode of the best EOCBI.E SOLKO BROGANS for
Plantatian use, which we will rell low by theca.se or single
Gents Calf Water Proof and Stitched Boo'r,
" Ixiw quartered Calf and Patent Shoes;
Mens' Calf and Kip Pegged Boots;
" Calf and Kip Broguns;
' Metalic Rubber Shoes;
Boys' Cairand Kip Bootx; Youths' Calf and Kip Boots;
Ladles' super Plain and Tipped Lusting Gaiters;
" " heeled Gaiters;
" White Kid Gaiters;
" Kid and Goat Welt Boot;
Ladies Lasting Gaiters f 1.B0.
Also, a full assortment of Misses' and Children' Bootees
and Gaiter. C. W. ROBERTSON A CO.,
sup2." 2m No. 14 College strt.
ricmium Bool k Shoe Manufactory.
(Successor to Hamilton Fu'ler,)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND 8H0E MANUFACT037,
Corner Market and Spring or Church Stt.
Cl RATKFUL for the liberal patronage bestowed npon this
I Manu'artory since its eatablifhment, the Pinprietor
feels determined to merit a contiuuation of the same in fu
I hrive now on hand a good assortment of ready
hrive now on hand a good assortment of ready
k'b work, Consisting in part of M.-n's, Bovs anilCi T
U'hi' Calf. Kip and Thick boots anTshoes'; Negri f It
o-iins, doiihle sole; house Servants Shoes, Ladies' VWa
and Misses Calf Morocco, and Kid Boots and Shoes, all made
Ironi gooil sUick, In gor u style snd warranted.
Orders from Planu-rs, iron Masters, Uailroad aod Turn
pike Oompanies respectfullv solicited.
t All kinds of rep.iiring doi-e.
, Cash paid for Hides. F.BEN FCI.LKR.
-KLAT CXCITi:Ii:.XT . TIIE CSTV !
E. C. McNAIRY ft CO.
o. a 5 t o l l 1: a 1: s t ic 1: 1: t ,
HAVE iust received per Exprew and are now opening
their Fall Importations of the most benutiful snort-ni'-nt
of Goods ever brought to this mark, t, consisting in
I. nee ools nnrl i:nbroi1erir,
Suh a Yallencienne Lace Cane, CollartlUs and Sleeves
Yal. Lace Fdgings, Cullars and Sieev-s, separata and io
retU Ladies fcnibroidered Uotw; Infanta' Lmbroidered
Kibes, col'jred and bordeied; Laibroidered lIuJkixh.ot,
Ac. 4c Ac.
Elegant Ft anced Robe; Mntre Antique, In all eolnrs;
Giaue and varWms styles of Flaidt and Mnpei.
Shut l and Scarfs
A h-autiful lot of Caahmere Hearts, and Stella Bordered
All lhe goods are exceedingly hanline and In the
newest style', being among the earliest purch.'vuea in the
Latrrn Markets. Call early, befc-re they are ati gone.
MOI ST OLIVET CE.TIETEIl V.
VT a meeting of the Stockholders of the Mount Olivet
Cemetery, held at the tfi of Undaley A Crockett,
on this day, the following genUemea Were tiuanlmouaiy
elected DirecUirs :
A. V. 8 Linddey, J. II. RulJeke,
B. W. H1L K. A Herman. .
I A. Ntlton, J. F. Morgan,
! C. W. Nance.
J After the election, the Board mat and organised. A.Y.
1 8. Lia )!e.v was elected President, and C W. Nance, Secra- I
j tarv and Treasurer. J
I The Company is ntiw pcrman-ntly organised, and artive
-ui iu luHiraiaieiy io uiy va i a,,,4w,1 m
1 haadxnie utile and to bring the lots iuto markcC It is
I the Hit- ntion of the Board of Inrectors to uparv no eipenae
i or pAins to rojkd It such Cemetery aa iLo aaltli aad
j taste of cur Community r.eilre.
. A. V. IS. LINDELEY, Trciadent.
C. W. Ntm, Fecretary.
i Sept. 1, 135. aepo tf
1 JTRXISHINO AND FAUCI GOODS
I AM now rercivinr F Fall and .' lTjy
M in'ev Sun k of Furnilng a Fan- Tr-W"
' CT Cxhmts, and invite all o eaamitie il. i Jii'i
; I'. ronit in part of Shirts of every '
: variety, and of latest fciylea,
j Col'arauf every va-iety and aiytr;
J p-ov ks "
Cravats, TVs, Kapuieirna, Ae. Ac. -I
l4erwar of Kia, C Mhanere, Vert
, no, baannyxSbakcr knltt. Shaarv Flaw
1 He!. Amreian, Canton llnnl, ae.ae.
' with a variety ef other articles, ad cf
I wluch I aaa aetlinc ai sawlrrate prWa.
J. It. MrUlLL.
VSSESWEAS F0S LADIES,
(t Stlk, Merino, Cashmere, Astoria. Ac Ac . r a3 by
V II IdiItL,
Gectletpeu' and Lo.r' Farnuhtng Store,
Comer OolWgv street ar.d the rVjiiare.
r It EMI AltltlVALS.
rvrr five pr 0:;
IH cask calm aWfar Can S fteef.
tine cut extra uf Cared Uaaaa;
Rereirtd this Uy tf I-IX A TH0MR0N.
A. J. DUKCAN & CO.,
, IMPORTERS AND
WIIOI.ES.tl.K DEALERS IX
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ke. 70 Public Square,
KA SnVILL E, . TESX.
HAVK row In store onr Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY',
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, the largest
and most superior stock etr imported bv uj, all new and
the latest styles of Ladies Dress Goods, Dlack and Fancy
Silks, Moire Antique styles of Cathmere and Muslin de
Laines; Bilk warp and Pure Alpaccaand Coburg; Scotch and
American Plaids, cf new atylea and high colore; Bonnet and
Saeh Ribbons, all qualities; Mantua and Satin Ribbons, all
the different widths and colors; Irish Linens; White Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and the largest assortment of Trim
mings of the best quality; Erg!i.-h and American Prints of
entirely new styles; Plaid, Striped snd Solid Ginghams;
Shawls of every variety and style; Red, White, and Yellow
Flannels; Cloths, Cassimeres and Testings; Blankets of all
colors and qualities; Mackinaw Blankets; Bed Blankets of
every size and of superior quality; Crib Blankets; Steamboat
Berth Blankets, Negro Blankets, Ac ; Kerseys, Tweeds,
Jeans, Sattinetts, of the greatest variety; Bleached and
Brown Sheetings; Shirtings ard Drillings; Table Linen of
every quality; Worsted and Cotton Hosiery of evry varie
ty; Suspenders; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Pins, Needles, Ac.
Our stock embrace the largest variety, and will be sold to
prompt dealers on the most liberal terms.
AND. J. DUNCAN A CO ,
No. 70 Public Square.
N. B We will be reoeiving new styltsa of Goods by steam
ers and Railroad throughout the seaaon;
eeptT A. J. D. A CO.
CLOTHING! CXOTIIIXti ! I
WE have now In 'tore an invoice of READ! MA DE
CLOTHING, adapted to the season, which we will sell
Upon the most favorable terras. Call quick and supply your
selves cheap. . A. J. DUNCAN A CO.,
sept7 No. 70 Public Square.
IOtIESTI;S OZXAKl nc;s, &C.
ONE HUNDRED BALE3 Domestics. Oznaburgs, A White
Liuseys, suitable for Flantations, in store and for rale
by . A.J. DUNCAN A CO.,
septT . No. 70 Public Square.
T. & W. EAKIN&CO.,
IMP0RTEB8 AND DEALERS IN
WOULD call the attention of Slerehants to their Stock of
FALL &, WINTER GOODS,
They give assurance that their Stock will be f unl as com
plex as any ever offered in the place, and composed of a
SIN.KNDID assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods, lirus Trim
mings, Kihbnns, Embr ideries, Lauies' Cloaks, Ac. together
with a HEAVY Stock of
23 tnxDio Ooccls,
AX1 REAI)Y3IADE CI.OTIIIG,
All of which have been purchnsed on such terms as will en
able them to sell at prices that will compete with Goods pur
chased in any market.
t'i7 Cash buy rs and prompt time dealers will find it to
their interest to ezemine this stock.
sept7 Sm T. A W. EAKIN A CO.
MORGAN & CO.,
SO. 40 I'1'BI.IC SQI'AKi:,
A EE now in receipt of their complete stock of FALL
AND WINTER GOODS, embracing every variety ot
i:ii(rIioht Scotch, German, I'rciich, Ital
ian aud AmericMii Maple anil
fancy lry (ioods,
Which they are prepared to off--r to their customers and
the trade generally, at figures whieh they think will be ac
ceptable to even the Closkst Bctkhh.
Tli. y have on hand tuid are daily rec iving heavy sup
plies of all widths and weights of COTTON U KIDS nianu-Lii-tared
in this Stub-, and others of the Smith and West.
They still continue the Ag'-ncy of the Sparta, Franklin
and other heavy goo'ln, suitable for Wheat and Grain s'acks.
FALL STOCK OF
Boots, Shoes and I!a(s for 1S55.
R. S. ROLLINS & CO ,
WHOLESALE DEALEHM IS IIOOTS,
SllOEi AU II ATS,
1DD ..; . I . i n . . .
crj nnr. ui.;w reoeiving ineir run cioca oi
- i Stool. Miora llllll lllllk. whirh
-e , thev rMmi:mml mm nna tf thi Iiac cnH mn.l
comolete Stocks of Goods ever offered bv
them for the Fall Trade.
Merchants will consult their interes by giving oar stock
au examination before buying.
U. S. H0LLINS A CO.,
Nos. S8 and 21 corner of College and Union sta.
sep3 lm Nashville, Tenn.
FBESH ARRIVAL OF FALL & WINTER GOODS.
aso. Hit sos.
W. D. M'Ui.NAHAN.
ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
HEADY MADE CI.OI IIIM;,
IVo. 41 Public Nquurr,
WE are now in receipt of our FALL AND WINTTK
GOODS, embracing a larire and well electel stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIO DKY GtKIDS, toireth-r with an
extensive assortment of READY MADR CLOTHING, which
we ctfer to the tradu on term) that cannot fail to give satis
faction. We solicit a call from tliose visiting our market,
and shall take pleasure in exhibiting our stock and prices to
them. Iug30 tf ALLISON, ANDERSON A CO.
EVANS, PORTER 6c CO.,
wholesale dealers in
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
No. SI Market Mrcrf, laahTlllr.
Uf E are now In receipt of our Fall and Winter stock of
DUY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, MOOTS, 8HHM, Ac
to an examination of which we re-pecifully call the atten
tion c f Merchants vi-iting this city.
Our stork comprWt everything usually found In a jobbing
honie. and havim been purchased under tlie most firora-hJerircuni-tarrr
enables us to offer InducemeaU to caih
and panctual time dealer.
DUFOL'R A CO'S ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTIIS
always i n hand.
tf Llnaey, Jeans, white and striped Cottons, Socks and
Frathera taken in eacltauge.
u'-' ETAN5, PORTF.R A CO.
GARDNER, SHEPiMD & CO,,
WHOLESALE PEA LESS W
SHOES, HATS & STRAV GOODS,
Wo SO I'ubiic .Square,
TE Invite the attention of MERCHANTS to the large
and dnial le
FALL AI WlTEIt STOCK OF
BOOTS AS D SHOES, EATS, CAPS A50 TEUNXS,
WHICH WE ARE NOW DAILY RF.CMYINO.
This stock baa been carefully selected In view of the In
creased demand for eooD GOODS, and wMI it will be
fiiind entirely eompl'te and well adapted to the wantacf
the trade, is uou-ually free from GuoU of Inferior qoality.
' Buyers in this market wouki eonrujt their lelcr est by pri
cing our Goods before making 'heir purchases.
a tig-. 9 GARDNER, S1ILPI1ERD A CO.
F IC E S II
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
II. &35.DOUGL.VS &, CO.,
Ka. C4 Public Btiuare,
X A S II VILLHm T X X.
T t are now opening and arranging tor b Trade, aa
1 I extensive and beauLful aiock d
rOUEIGS AHD DOMESTIC EET CCODS,
LOOTS, LROGAXSy SHOES. te. te. ft.
The assortment la entirely eom le and every way salted
to the trade of this fwrtKin. We are s Elicits so place this
uca la the bands of rcspoaib toy en on tbe saot bbciaJ
We ecritrwl a large M of Jfegre Cloll.lng, Osnabargs (salt,
able fur heat Sacka. and several bumtrrd bales if Gunny
Bags, which caa be had at luv vnc or '
aukia-to 11. A B. UOCGLAS A CO.
. FA LI. A .tt tVIMTEII COODS.
ItTEhave received aor ftoc of FALL AND
II IKUX OODSi kr rRCttmcs'i W
C'LOTlUs CAtiMFtet, and VK?TtN(.3 of the Utat
stW aad swat qetli y,ta wh h c wtu!4 inrila the.
auea)ki ot ear rtrs4 and tfca pwt-ite. Ala, a trmmh
y si UIMV FtitMa:.l w.ow.
AAD A BCSM15C1IAM.
epj La ... . I CnM atrvet.
Arrival of tie Baltic.
Kkw Yoek, Sept. 20.
Tho Btearaer Balt.'c ha9 arrived.
Cotton Prices rule ia favor of buyers. Brown,
Shiplej & Co., quote a decline of l-6al-8 chiefly
uplands. Others quote market closed at unchanged
prices. Salea for the week 56,000 bales. Specula
tors took 7,000 expot tere 6,000. Imports since
last steamer, 17,000. Stock on hand 537,000.
Flour unchanged. Wheat advanced two pence.
Indian corn advanced one ehillinsr. Beef uccliaD"
ed. Pork firm. Lard advanced one shilling. Ba
con ditto. Manchester trade satisfactory. Money
more iu demand. Rates advancing. Consols de
clined i, and is now quoted at 90f. The Bank has
advanced their rate to four per cent. Bullion has
Political news unimportant.
Among the passengers by the Baltic was the
Spanish Minister to Washington.
Napier publishes the correspoudence showing
that he only carried out the Government orders in
not attacking Cronstadt.
England is paying worthy houors to the late Ab
Fergus O'Conner is dead.
The Queen ha3 gone to Balmorel.
Difficulties have arisen between England aud
Naples. The latter will be called to account.
The cholera is raging in Itally.
Gen. Simpson telegraphs that be is ready for
offensive movements again.
The Russians made a sortie from Sebastopol and
destroyed some Gabions. The Russians are ac
tively engaged in bridging the harbors for the
purpose of removing their defences to the north side
should the south side be taken. New negotiations
at Vienna are still current. The evils of a divided
command in tlie Crimea is more and more felt.
There is a rumor that all the troopsatTchernaya
were united under one commander.
The allies were building railways to transport
goods during the winter, and appear actively pre
paring for a winter Campaign.
Simpson reports that there are daily heavy casu
alties. A Russan two decker was burnt in the bay of
Sebastopol, owing to the burning of a shell.
A great fire occurred at Moscow. It lasted an
There if great suffering at Odessa for the want of
the necessaries of life.
Affairs iu the Baltic are in statu quo.
The mairitaitnnce of the fleet there costs 30,000
pounds sterling daiiy.
The Turks defeated the Russians at Kars.
SraiN The Carlists have not abandoned their
plans of civil war.
Mr. Maon, Minister to France, has gone to a
watering place in Germany for the benefit of his
The King of Prussia is seriously ill of dropsy in
Cotton Fair Orleans 7J; Middling fijJaGt ; Up
lands Fair 6J ; Middling 6. Dennistown & Co.,
quote Orleans Middling t!f, and Upland Fair 6.
WasHi.VGTOX, Sept. 20.
The report that the Cabinet had decided to with
hold Gen. Scott's pay is premature.
Lorisvnxr, Sept. 20.
River is ruing slowly with 5 J feet water in the
Cincinnati, Sept. 20.
Flour in good demand market firm at 6.50.
Wheat, ted, 1.25. Whisky dull 32. Sugar un
changed. Colleein limited demand at 11 Jail J.
Pittsbcrr, Sept. 20.
River fulling with 5 feet 4 inches water in the
New York, Sept 20.
Flour has advanced 12 jc State and Ohio 8 00;
Southern 8.68. Wheat a trifle higher; Southern
White 2.08; Red 1.93. Corn a trifle higher, S7t.
Pork remains firm at former rates new Mess 22 60?
new Prime 22.37. Lard firm with an upward ten
dency. Niw Orlkans, Sept, 19.
Cotton market firm and unchanged, with an ac
tive demand at previous rates, and 9,000 bales sold.
Mess pork 21.0c. Flour 6.75. Corn dull at 68a
70. Oats 37a42. Sides 13. Candles 25.
Sight exchange par to f discount.
, Niw Orleans, Sept. 17 P. M.
The ship Venice, for Boston, wan damaged in the
river on Saturday night, during the blow, and must
return for repairs.
By the arrival of the Xautila, on Saturday, we
havrt Brownsville dates to the 8th. (ieu. Wool is
Vidauti, at Monterey, charges all the evils with
which Mexico is afflicted, on the anny, and declares
now that there shall be no army except the revolu
Generals Tarodi and Guitan are Liken prisoners.
At San Louis i'otoai tbe plan of Monterey was
A party of HO government troops were attacked
by the Federals, near Keynoea, and routed, with a
os of Unrty killed, thirty" wounded, and forty ta
Gen. d.-tro, with one thousand right hundred
troops at Matamorss, would probably pronounce iu
favor of the Federals.
e Baltimore, Sept 13.
w &uthprn man bri,,R' New Orleans papers of
Wednesday laat, containing details of Mexican iutel
ligence to the 8th.
A dispatch received at Vera Crni from the city
or Mexico, states thai Canvra was disposed to de
liver the Presidency of the Republic Into the hands
of General Alvarei, acd had signified that fact of
Zacatecas had pronounced in favor of the plan of
Sau Louis Poto?!, and was In favor of retaining the
late officials in power. Tho people in consequence
attacked the garrison and put the troop to flight
alter a severe etrog?!c The plan of AjluU was
then adopted by the citfwna.
DcstrucUve Gala Fevr.
Nnr OatiAst, Sept 18.
The town of Proctorvi'Ie, on Ike Burgoyne,
w nearly destroyed by gate on Saturday night.
There were t.ixty cases of lever iu Catiluu, Mioa.,
a town of 100 Inhabitant. There were ten deaths
lor tho wetk ending the 1 1th.
Baltiuork, &'pt 19.
The Lecislative Committee of tbe Grand Lodire
of I. O. O. F., reported that, although merging
utcarrpment degrvea into aoborJtuat lodge was
denirable, they do Dot consider tha time has ar
rived lor fpeacc actioa on tbe subject
EEStTCTCON OT 7EXIQHT2
rimn new Yoitisi jo ciiAiiLr.Tox.
M'CRRY &, HOOK,
C015SI0S A3TO F0EWASDI53 MELCHATTS,
IIUOWM'S W II A III,
. Charlrwton, K. C.
Uf II. I. wrwaaptly atiead l the tale of all kLnds of PSD
DLCt, Ui" EaCFltlNG AND FoRW ALDLSti uf
tiotvda, east t the B ang cf order io UiM saarkeC
t tia tUaan BaT Cussiaaiea havutf r tisoxd tbe frelrht t
eirU criiis awr iuwt, ai.lu Uiu tbe chmMrt aad qickl
rout, by wktca lvat.it tsuanks ta TaaaaMew, Alabasoa aad
Kaauacky (rrxa the Northera UtM. All ship aad tarvard
if eaarge will k Uua Hue gwesis te their destiaalMisi.
$5 50 IN PREMIUMS!
HAVTXCJ largely increased my siipp'y of Rasrs by the
Premium offered the past year, ending June DUth. I
am induced to ofler a larger amount of Pre-mums ior the
present year; and wi l pav the ar-uve premium in ums of
S.10O, s0, 70, 60, 50, tii), 30, and 10, to any
ten Merchants or Pedlars who will deliver me from this (bite
to the lt of July, 1-336, the largest amount of KAG; the
same to he bought eutside o' and by men doing busineaa
outside of 'ashville or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL TIMF.S PAY THE HIf5HK?T MARKET
PRICE IS CASH FOR RAGS ON DELIVERY, and l-ue a
certificate to the owner of the uraount received and paiJ Ar.
Thee certificates mut be kept and sent in on or bi-fure nex t
July, so that three disinterested marobjuiU of Nashville can
make the awards. Tlie largest amount being entitled tu
lixj, the next largest to '.Hi, and so nn down.
Merchants sending me Rags will pVase write that I may
know in whose name to iJsue the certificate. Combinations
will not be allowed.
Woolen, Linger, Silk and Worsted Rags are not wanted,
and will not be included In the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
rags throutrliont Middle Tenneiee.
Jy4 dtrwawtf W. f. WHITIMAN.
HAVANA PI-AX LOTTERT.
JASPEE COUNTY ACADEMY I0TTJTRY:
Ry Authority o the State of Georgia.
all a c o n. Aa.
To be Drawn September 24, 1S55.
I X7ILL be distributed according to the fnllowinr grnM
It and unprecedented Scheme, in public, at CONCKRT
HALL, Maron, (ra., nnder the sworn superintendence of
Col. ULO. M. LOGAN and JA3. A. NLSULT, Esq.
The Manager announces his determination to make this
the most popular Lottery in the world, and challenges
comparison as to the chances to draw Prises with any other
fcemeraher every Pnie is drawn at each drawir?, and
paid, when due, without any deduction.
Cupitat, S3, OOO.
do of S'V)
do of 10
d of 2
2 do of 1. ""I
ID do of 2'tt
7-4 do of M
IS Appror. Priaes,
4,1 it 1(1
356 Prizes, Amountinsr to S31,COO.
Only 10.000 Numbers.
Every Prise drawn at each drawing, and paid, when i?ae,
in full, without deduction. Orders strictly confidential.
Drawings sent to orders. Registered letters at my nult.
Bills on all solvent Ranks at par.
Tickets $5, Halves $2 50, Quarters $1.25.
Addieiw, JAMES F. WINTER, Manager,
er,itii .Macon, Oa.
i:. , CAKll & CO.
188 1'rutt Street,
A c he ni! iiAitn rtnr.s
AND the Rod to Vealth at E. N. CARR A C0'., Ex
J.X. chnnga and Lottery Broker's, the great Piiie sellers of
the Maryland In.tteri-'S, who have, during the lit.it six
months, sold feviral Capital Prizes, besides a large numtier
of s nalier on-s, amounting In the aggregate to more than
one hundred thuand d lUr. And convince yourself by a
single trial that the great mad to wealth is to purchase a
ticket of the lucky at. J txr-famed prize selh-rs,
. N. CARR A CO.
Chrce Selected Schames fur October, 1355.
He) -Air, Clau 4", for Oetnhr 9, IS'C Scheme.
1 Prize ef ., 1 I'riw of $lini() 1 Priae of JC.OnO
1 dn 4,S 10 do l,Wd Ac.
Tickets 5-chares In proportion. Ccrt;i-aie of a pack
age of wholes ;.t, U.tlveg quarters tll.'O.
PatnpKi o, Class 274, for Oct. 13.W-ft-heme.
1 Prize of jsfoin 1 Prise of il.Hm 1 Prie of W
1 do lMl 1 do 137.'0 160 1j till
64 do '2i Ac, Ai.
Tickets 1 Phares in proportion. CertifTcate of riackag
it 25 wholes f 16, halves fS, quarters ft.
Washington (Vuntv, Class fnrOct. 2 , KW-Pcheme.
1 Prize oi $'.'4,9W " 5 PriteJ cf 5,if h 10 Priaesof i.Ww
ID di l,li0 In do i"-) 'i'i do &it
25 do lirnt A , Ao.
Tickets I1 Shares in proportion. Certificate of package
of 20 wholes l .' J, halves 0 , quarters I id.
Class W, for the benefit of the Consolidated Lotteries, to he
drawn in the city of Piltirjore, Ml., on Saturday, Oct.
27, KiS Scheme 13 dran ballot! In each package of
lPriieof fr."i,iwwi 1 Prize of 2i9SO
9 do cf lK.tvift re 2 ,n 4 do tf.00Oare 2 l,""t
8 do of 2,5'W are a,l."H'0 liV) ilo of 1,MU are lW.oot)
8S9 do of Hun are 101J(h), Ac, Ac.
Tickets til11, halves ft 1 0. quarters t eighths $2 '.
Certificate of a packag- of 26 wholes $203, halve A132.30,
quarters 06 2.', eighths t'13.12.
All orders are confiileiitial, and the oSclal drawings will
be sent to all who order ticket.
We receiv- the notes of all solvent Banks, or Chects of
Deposit, and we rem t In return f' r Prizes, liault Check on
any place in the United States. No risk, no gain. A single
package of tickets mny draw the four highest prises.
All letters directed to K. N. CARR A CO. will come safely
to hand, and distant correspondents may feel sure that their
orders will be attended to the same a if they were here
Those at a distance will be particular In naming the post
office, county and Stite.
It has happened that we have made our correspondents
rich before we hac the pleasure of a personal Interview. A
single ta"t stay place you in posvefcion of a competency
r lile. "Vfc-Aie show this to your friends. TRV C3 ! TRV
LSI Address, K. N. CARR A CO.,
sepl4 No. lS Pratt street, Baltimore, M.
Eye and Ear.
y.. r. ( ooii, 7i. v., sr. i.ot is ?io.
TR. C0K resjctAtlly renews the tender of
I 3 hi. nrif-..iim u I ...r vi.ai t.. I t m toiKl L- in hi.
a n.l ll,uu,l.i,iiiinn tul... . i,.....-f . 1 1 .vn "i.
of ovr eighteen years, devoted to the treatment '
of all iliscaws in'-id-nt l. the rs and ia a. justify him in the
belief that all who may he lit any w y atllieUd in those im
portant organs, will find from his treatment speedy and per
Dr. Cook has just returned from the Fast, where he haa
been carefully studying the diseases of the Eye and Far In
the principal Fye infirmaries in the United Mates; nnd be
feels warranted in offering his professional services wih a
degree of confidence to those who may lie aillieted.- Those
whom he has treatrd are the best witneseea of hi skill, and
there are thousands In St. Louis and the Western States
who ran bear testimony to his skilful treatment, lie re
siHctfully refers to H.m. II. 8. eyer, K. Wackensie, Fq.,
Messrs. Charless, Blow A Co , Ft. Louis; linn. Johu Moore,
Plate Treasurer of Illinois; Jaa. Charles. President Missou
ri Hank; 11. Cole, Warsaw, III.; Capt. R. C. Uecry, Warsaw,
t'tf Office northwest corner of Fine and Pecon I streets,
ap stairs, entrance on Pine st. septll ly
A few more Families can be supplied
"WITH CHOICE BOOKS AT THIS HOTEL.
I fT Also, DAY BOARDEhJ and transient persons on
reasonable terms, aegs
A. MORRISOV. W. B. GRCBB3.
A. MORRISON & CO.,
Importer! and "Wholesale Dealers ia
Enlijtlis French, (iminn &; Amtriraii
Corner of square and Deatlrrick St.
are now In rers-ipt ef aa extensive and well elrted
V stock of VARIETY GOODS, to which we invite the
attention of the City and Country Trade. We are prepared
to offer inducement to rash or short time dealers, and we
a.ci-. an examination of our stock, which d nlM In part
of the Jollowing Ooods : Combs, Cutlery, Jewelry, Brushes.
Plated Ware, Dees Trimming, !ri-h Linens, Kmbroiderir.,
Lacea, Edgings, Linen and Silk Hdkh, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib
bons, Umbrella. Beads, Toy. Perfumery, and a great vari
ety of articles too tedious It) mention. We dicit a . call
from pnrchafera. A. AlORiUsOJi A CO.
TO THOSE ETTEBESTED.
rpo avoid nnpl-asant d fliculUee I will only pay sta-hao
1 erunt in future as I contract mylf, or by my order.
a1i KXKS W. PORTLR.
ri'AI.I.OlV rii)t i '
3f0 boxe J. Doyle A Cot
turd pressed Summer Tallow Candles in stc re and lot
sale by IJeJlJ
W. li. GORDON A CO.
OHAIH. IH; M Ulew TaTrtoB Factory, Ceorgia,
O.na'mrgs, bearv article, suitable tnr wheat bars tor
Ipnent Soitn, lor sale by W-,1Lf'-'il
SO IP SoO begee Ko.1 Bar F-ap In tre an.1 for saJe
bF lJi- w u- OORDON A CO.
VAIL.H 1,00 kers thnbrger" Nails In store and
1 for sole by
W. H. GORDCM A CO.
I V II t.S bales ) Uitrnr. hogiast
received and for aal tt. U. OUtibON to.
ti.Tnour roiri:r-TJo . primeta
choice, Jut received and fjr sale.
rH W. U. GOttECX 1 CO.
COTTOX yAIOV-Wag CD), To" abdAOO
Cotum Tarns from the different Faoturte. In tr and
f sale by OJ H - li- UORDOM A CO.
QT.lUCII-aX r-ies Pearl Etarcb ia store aad ior
O sale by Ije'ii) . W. 11. ttoRDUM A CO.
THE EIGHT MACHLmS IB VESTED AT LAST
Uj.x d sfsn a armfsrrn-if a I o. , ea Itara.l eirsax. -e
best STRAW an! U AT CVTTilR ever tavvatrd. They
are prwnounssrd by aR wha have tried U.a, aa fi "Kl
vrry eupertor advanur over anytlna W tae kiad Uiat A
ever ea prodarsxL Cail and eaajauie ar yvarswMe ;
warrant perfect aaUafacUua to tK. porrhae in ail aasca.
ap4 tf ARM.-tiioNtj A CO , ir"
sag Id fto. S CoUear strvvl. -hvi;le.
U4ttt UOOI. II OOL.!I
CAH!I and the hiheat surkct price paid Eif rood airaa
vulitl V ml.f
Jy.4 C PMCKFT. ..
FALL& CUM Ml t! G HA.M, j
Ao. 17 l'ublic Square
' . NASaVILLr-.Ti.-NN., .
oirttt r 1 tjioiiti:ks am wnr,;-
S.ll l: DL.ILEU IV v
jlJZ HH. 33 TU J. XX JU ,
VRK now in receipt uf thrir tx'k f-r the FH Trade, tA
would fnvit t:ie phr::i-ulr att.'til.n of JVrchanta
viitinr aJnsTivi'.le to their aortment. believing that their
stock embrace as fmt variety, and their g-xMs ar cffVreit
at prt-es as reasonable, aa oin be found in any market In
the L'nlon, when enw of purchasing and trinspurtjUuu are
taken Into consideration.
Thev now devoP; their whole attention to the WITOLK
PAI.G'bosine, and. in Mitien, being DIRVi'T IMPOR
TERS of nil KMGI.LSII ANl tvKRMA.X HARDWARE they
are enabled to offr fw-iiine to tlie Urlail Dealer iqual w
any houe in sny market. Thy will take pleasure at all
ti.nes in showing through their esnlaUabment all who wul
favor then with a cl!.
Fsatlicr' received at t.e hihesrarki'f pric. "
si-pi w'rw tf
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
VK. I.f R IN
Americar. ( Enliya & Geiaaa prj'iTi
H A S I) W A E Z AND CCTIEET,
w k.-,t sips r: i -c -Nr.s,
jau-ly NASliTILLK, TFN!ff.
HOLMES & STOREY,
(' H A It L KsSTOaX. S C.
t Vii! aUndtr-C .-.' of COTro.N, FLOL'R,
t'UAJ;.", .t -.t cr ..Ji r 1'. o.lu.'e.
Aden's P-!i.iett., Lui V.i Fackets.
WM, LriAWTGIJ 5s GO.,
. I Southern Wharf,
Cliarlcston, 53. o.
f'.' TB.-: P vl.K oF
Western nnd Southern Produce.
WM. M. I.AWTwN, J j Jo?. T. rIl.L,
R. W. CACOT, ( , Wi.VBuRN LAWTON, Jr.
uiii!. tri m
Ii vr iiftn
hh.ls N". O. and CliriCed Fiicir-
115 I tils and l.f I bis K. b-iiiej .V. M; C; ler Vlr cear,
MohiWH-s; . M cak twotch Ale; '
.V (1 kegs iuls ass irte l; So luirs Shot and I.a.l;
f-ft) ccila Kentucky Ri-pr; li.vl Joxen llruums;
lt'O aLile ar;d hill buxvi St"r lv r. i.:ns r.ppiua; Paper;
Can. lies; 1., , 1 1 f, e AUm IVmij.ruu
S i boxes k, ,!., i'mtcd liucki U;
d Stare! ; M 1 1... to.pera;
M l;ra Pick.c; li' !,. c: .lawai. S.gars;
Shags Pc.'ur, ?i'i'c- and ioc, j Auierh au iegars.
F.-r .i..cLy ITYMOL'lt, I'ANN;N(3 A CO.
i' Coi ner Market and Chuicb streets.
!'i 1.1,1s rect:f.e,l Whisky; 2 I t!s f,.!and ('tin;
" no "I 1 Ucserv ). !. Malai-a Wine;
M MosniuguheU d. Ion J..t-a WjlJt's tJa;edan
3 i Jj I'. iurS.oii d S. l.uacs;
12 U .biiiMio co. ,!j j i'ure pnrt Wine;
Kid. Pea. !; L.-at;l, i ,:j pi.irs Otard Braudy.
ti'l d. An.ericu
Fur . ale by f.TTMOL'R, FA.VMNt A CO.
j' 2.' Cin.e; M.irset and iTurch stret'ta.
m:v flui i: is.iMr.
Cffics of tha :,'?liTilio City Mills, corner of Colleg
aail Spii'. Streets.
ii C. HAMMOND A CO.
i-.i'iirv 1 1 oi i;.
', ' "rr rn inufacturing a rhoMT artie'e of Hi nr epe
, cially lor fanniy use, winch we ol'er to the tra le on
th mot liher tl terci. All orders left at the off;.: will meet
j prompt attention. j4 O. HAMMOND A CO.
ONCE KOSE TO THE RESCUE
. 'TTTF undeene. heir leave to inform their friend a nl
A pairuu tiiKl tliey have r.s-tipenr.1 thrir busiuese at No.
!H Market strei t, andh.ive just re.-i ivd a large supply of
Cigars, Liquors, VI ires, Ac which t!,ty offer fornaleoa very
. liberal terms. Thankful .'or the l.lieral patninaje hereto
, fore received, they hope by strict attention to buaiuesa le
t merit a coiiimuance ut the lame.
, ap27 l l.. n. fiOI.PPKRO A CO.
I'UOIIIi:! K. I.AU.
Let them rave and exclaim they will pais it.
And declare we uo drink shail get a'ler,
We give Uieiu, by wy f reply,
A shout of ilerLaion and laiigliter;
r t a.l who taste Zyo,v , ij j,tt
So iMicioui and eq:;isite Cud it,
Tl:il ni ter could t ranny g tin
The r'ht to restrict or not sell it.
rl MlE quality of these AROMATIC S C II I K I A M
X SCHNAPPS is o we!l known that tliey do not need
the puffing that It appears others fl-. One trial is all that le
require,! to convince a person of their superior quality.
Soid wfco,a!e arid retail by the sole proprietors,
LYONS A CO.,
-W 11 Cedar street.
LOUISVILLE ASD NASHVILLE BAILB0AD.
TO ( OTIt.ttKIKS,
SEALEr PROPOSAI-H will .e m- iv.d t y the undersigned
until MONDAY, the lAih da v of 0--iiher, ftr the Grad
uation, Kridgeai.il tVlvrrt Ma.i i y . f 72 miles of the l.oo
isviil. and Nahville Kailro.d, lrtween the town of Howllnr
Ore, n, Kv., : LjJK 'y of N;,-iv.:ie. Plans, speriflcalioua
an i profiles of f.ork will be r -u.'y for examination en
o i f er O totW. i)i at tii C in-p .ny's Ott'ce at Bowline
tirei n and Oallatin, tiere fli',1 Ii.'oi n ation re'ating to it can
be odtalned fruui the Lnglneer in chig. Hid If rs unknowi
to the undersigned must pnxluce tesUuioLLUs frum reoi
siMe persoL u to their alulity, c.
by onler of Uie ikiarj of Lires'tnrs :
fcLg;- 1, t)lief Kngineer .
Tlie JEtna Iaiurance Company of HarUord.
CTiartereti 1819 .
CASH CAPITAL .'.s,iTKI.
THO. A ALEXANDER, Sec'y TUO. K. BRACE, Preat.
State AlutaalF. k M. Insurance Co. of Pa,
t API TA L )1',isi.
J. GILLF.TT, Sec'y J. p. RLTHERFOBP, Treat
Kew York Life Iaiaranee Corn pan j.
ArCT'VULATED CAPITAL 'sHO.IKmi.
FLINT FREllMAN, Actuary. .MORRld FRANKLlX.Preal
Fire, Marine, Inhin I Hull and Lif - riks taken at equitable
' '' I Jr--) Jor-KPU NASII, Agent.
1 J nil a roh capital of frcm $.'iH) to 1K 0 In a locra-
tive, genteel buslnesa, whose time would be required
.nlyfronA M. toft P M. T a rentleman of good d
dresa a hamieone incaKiie my be realised, fraud security
given f r amount Invest, d. If j referred a liberal salary
will be guaranteed.
J mr Address, staling where an interview maybe Bad. to
St'ti rils KNER, Post . flic
N. H. Person, not having the shove amonnt cf Cash
ne-d not apply- ausjlT tf
IOO u i:va IS I.
RAXAWATon Monday r ig? , te 2 at fr.t.,wh! In the
ewploTment of Mr. Ch a'l-s L 11. Martin, of this rily,
THONKUKO MEN, named J ! M an I AlBhRT. They are
atw-ut twenty Ave yemrs of at-e of drk ernplexuin; bad
with them a new suit ef clo'.Lti, made of green caaicett.
and new silk baU. JIA is a;a,ut five feel eight laches)
high; weighs abcut I'M) lbs; f .rmed, high forehead aad
pleaslr.g r untnanc; speaks j' ick aben spoken to; waa
rafed in WJhsmson county by !!. ma. Fetw.y. ALEERT
ia atiuut 3 lect I ix.ches In'..; a-igh tx"at lbs; r&und
fai-, go-Hl c "in ten ar.ee, with small round tr-; speaks
ratl.er slow wto n ) ken tu; rsiher an I umLle lockitf ne
gro; waa raisrA by CcJ. Tbiuaa Williams, of HoLtmimery.
All. 1 wil: give the aove rard if ihry are taken add
served U at J ret L'.cn.
my;4 tf C. U NELfOST.
S BPEIXO SllLtET EEIICE C0MPAHT.
' IJOTiRit will te ote..ed at the i-ffice of I.INI'SLIT A
f lJ CKoCRrrT. W College street. n M :NDAY. I be Ud
lnt., fnr the pnrp.e of rjolvirg siilwr!ptlf to the Cap
ital Stock of the Spring. Street Bn t'on-patv. and will be)
kept cpea from day to dav, nritil S;r k uff.cient fas sub
scribed to organise tie Cucipany, aa presided In Lb act la
corporator a:J C: c j y.
jow-s irri p.r.
. mCHi.'UJ Hot.S'iN. I
J'UN b. M. ? kfcUtlN, Coaisnawte!
-.J A. V.S. UNCSLslY. J
rTIIIIITT ba' Richmond I-s O-riahsirjr,
JL bales Rw bland 4 4 Co
le do Frankna i t i
Saith for aaaklcf bag.
tUffU W. i-. GORDON A CO.
1eL7 SZALIS3P2IS ISYE CANS AKD JAEJ,
IF HAM be ia rrr.pt in . Vw das s tf a aat lity of ver j
aapwi- B't hiv.lot !s F-if Fea..rg K r e rv Cans, ad
miiabiy .U1 1 r eoeet ia-e a l etlaesa la t
waaia of l)ww w-kir. te tr-i . Iiuita sod .taaie.
a-i D. D. HCKIT.
MJITTMts-W. A. A J. O. M.Hteitard have Jo
r-seirnt a tTp "f best ludlia .flMltiwar
at jc (key are awtl.tr vary ks rasa. yi:
ri.M: IHK K A A iuh mam:.
I11AV tat uitit:n Ri VK t AT, soitsMe f r ene ef
tw. bvrw. with a FOttTABLK P tXTH ION has beta
a-d aA-l snou ks. an sice U-it rfKMTtUJ
CA-d. LLtap tut ealv. A,yi) Ui l MOSkS,
N l' Col. g Street,
Op;..'! tf- jii lfo-e.
I II A !. ! Ua-t, jo.t rrcived a.vl r ie by
J A ,!'Prl'.'l .
I ' i