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ATLT KD SXI-EniTIorHLT BXICTJTKD
r this ori-ifK.
BUSKS OF ALL KINDS
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C ncinaU,i autUoriid to receive nd receipt for ul)icrip.
i..n. and advertising for tbe True Whig,
W V 3. Palmkr, Newspaper aud Advertising A(T-nt,
Brown's irou BuUd,uB. Piiiin.ifpiif, is our only authorised
Agent In tut city. . f
EAIL ROAD MAIL
time fob thk mails on THECiiATTiNOOGA B. R.
tv M.h for - the Eastern end .ui Vm ciiie close at 4
. M. and for W ay Olficei at 6 o'clock, P M.
8. R. ANDERSON, P. M.
MOUV IOIt"T, t'CT, 15.
AXtr('i;TirTS tution, and who is exerting all his influence to
w are authnri. d to annminc- the name of John destroy it, and that too, without offering any
MdNTof-H at a can.ndat f r t.e office of Htatc T essurer. nbniitute. The institution is in operation, and
has involved a heavy expense. Whatever course
Kivek News - The river was Mill receeding tMy bc , Ut many
very blo-tly UKtv day, With four feet, scant, C(mr olj.-cti-.nal.le features in if, it is clear
on Ilarpeil, Shul. y prerthat it should be allow ed a fair chance
The Moht'tftUo and Culi fro.ii Paducah.ar- to hhow w Lat it c.tn do. While its keeper is
riv-d on Saturday, and the latter left the same ihe creaturet.f a Governor bitterly opposed to
day n her return. I it, ai d industriously seeking objections to it,
Tlo- City cf IltihUrilU is the regular packet ' aou-.e people have had the temerity to believe
fur Memphis 1 Ins evening.
Tbe ll. L. Cuhb arrived on Saturday night,
and will leave for Cincinnati and 11 interme
dia e p.rts this day at 0 o'clock, P. M. She is
one of the irmst ctnfur'ablo passenger boats
plying on the Cumberland.'
The &ill!e Wet arrived on Saturday, with a
lizlit freight and god list of passengers. We
are indebted to ht-r attentive Clerk, J. Morgan
Smith, for files of St. Louis pnjiers. She wdl
It-ave for St. Lo'tisthis morning, ai 10 o'clock.
No boat in the trade is better prepared to
make passengers r."iiifrt ihle than she is, be
ing clean, neat, roomy, and otlicered through
out, with courteous and all'ib' gentlemen.
Capt. J. X. Cokwit " lings the bell. "
Tlie, Alhertine, from Cincinnati, arrived on
Saturday night. With about one hundred tons
of freight, and will leave on her return to that
port thU afternoon at 4 o'clock. She lias ex
CcJlenl mcc.oiii modal ion for pas-enters.
The SluJoci arrival on Saturday night from
up the river, willi a load of wheat.
The M Hitl'tlLt li'ft yesterday for Padncah
Tlie Streiify Sit was advertised to leave
Cincnnatf u S;itmd.iy for this port.
The JLirtxrilu: leaves to-day tor Paiiucah.
Hivkk News Stunner Empire Stuff. Sunt
' Toe sieaimr Empire State, bound from New-
Orleans for Cincinnati, is sunk at Plumb Point,
on the Mis-issippi Iliver. The boat and cargo
will prove a total I-s. She had 3.0 'H) SHcks
T n ks I-land salt, and 00 hhds. suirnroii board
for Messrs. .Sutler A: Co., of Cincinnati. Tlie
Empire State was an old boat, and was sold to
p ii lies in St. Louis, a short time since. The
St.. Iouis Xeir of Monday evening, the Slh,
furnishe the following articular:
Tin Empire Snt Cant S. H. Marslial!, bound
from New Oi leans to Cincinnati, struck suuif liiildeii
otis ruction at I'lutiih) Point the treat afoMitihoat
gie ynrii arid sunk dir.-cllv in 21 feet water. Th
a i lout oecuire J on lat Tliumlav irutrointf, at h
o'cliM-k Oae lid- was lout, it is believed a 1eek
band oauii' unknown. The boat was loaded with
a lull enroof sugar, coffee, ujoU'Seg, salt, rum. Ac,
II of which is a dead loss The Crystal 1'ulace
brought up tlie crew, most of wiioin hclunc to ttii
city. The Empire State was insured for f 3,000 in
this city. Sue belonged to R. r. sass, E. sleam
boat agent, who laidglit her rtH-enllv for(5,0o0.
We were pleased to meet yesterday wiib Samuel
T. lalor, Ksq., Tlie joint Representative from Tip
ton, Fayette and Sheltiy. air. Taylor ha been con.
fined at home by sickness, but has sufficiently re
covered to inakj Ins wv to .astiville. U 18
w hole-souled ArU'Tican, and will niitke an elGrienl
niciii'tci of tlie Legi.slatuie. W. T. Whig, '2.th.
Col. Tati.ou arrived in the city on Satnrday
night last, arid is stopping at the City Hotel
lie will probably take bis seat iu the House
In the Semite, atmday morning, the bill
defining the duties of Commissioner of Kail
roads, and making that ofticer elective by the
Legislature, was reported upon favorably b
the ComtiiitUf on Internal Improvements, and
laid oitoii the table. Hills were introduced ht
Mr. Sieele, to prevent circuity of action, to
enable Courts to do justice, and to save cost
to litigants ; by Mr. Fletcher, to abolish Com
moil Law Iloads, and by Mr. Johnson, to
any-rid the ICih section of tlie act of 1S52, in
corporating the Nashville, Franklin and Co
lunibia Railroad Company, bj providing that
the Edgetield and Kentucky, 'reniK'Ste and
Ahihama, and North wesieiu Ilailroad Com
paiot's, lie required to issue stock to tax-payers
in pnsrtiou to the amount of their tax, just
as the Louisville and Nashvile Lailnmd Com
pany has done; by Mr. KHis, a resolution di
rectii g tbe Tippling Committee U bring in a
bill establishing the " District System, " w ith
the additional restriction that no liquor so'd
under it shall bo drank upon the premises.
House bill to J -ay temporary officers for organ
izing the llonse, pasted 8rd sending, and sev
eral Senat bills were disosed of on 2nd read
ing. The bill allowing married women to sue
-in cheir own name, passed 3rd reading. The
Set J?e concurred in House resolution to post
jne the inauguration of Governor until the
23'd. The Senate adopted a resolution to ad
journ nnlil Tuesday evening, at. 3 P. M in
order to allow workmen to complete ecata in
the Senate ChamUr.
In llu llouac, the seat to which the late Fe
lix J. Paat', Esq., ws elected from the coun-
ts of Perry and DecaTnr, was declared va
cai t. Mr. Harris of Washit gton, introduced
a resolaiioii directing the Attorney General for
the State toinsiitute legal proiveding against
the Southern Minning and the Eastern Iivis
jou Minning Companies, to comiel tliein to
show uuder what authority they pro-ecute
the business of banking. It was coutended
that their charters ware illegal. Iherenolu
tiotit was referred to the Judiciary Couimitle
-to resjrt on the same. A Dumber of important
bi Is wer introluc-l, for a mote detailed ac
count of which we refer the reader to our re-
. port of the proceeding. A comm'irication
was laid before the iloiiefr.iti tl Sherriflof
G-les, correcting iho return of the vote iu
.that county tor Governor. Hy this amend
ed return, the vote stands, for Johnon I,4ii,
and for Gentry 1,302. Th'u iucruaea Govern
or Johnson's majority in that couuty, a well
as in tlie Sta'e, ten votes. The bill in relation
to a reis-oe of bond ' Nashville and
Chattanooga Railroad Cinpany destroyed by
fire, was paaaed oa iu third readies, ayes t3
noes 2,' ,
" Wild Hunt After Offico."
T,,e L'nion aud African, of Saturday has an
article under the above Caption, in wliidl it
attempts t- coiihtrue tlie iut rod action in the
T . , . t -n . i .1 1 r.i
lA'ca"Iature, of bill to make the keqer of tLe
Penitentiary, and the Pi -esirient and Directois
' l''e H" Tennessee, elective by the Legis-
lature, into a "wild hunt after office." It h a
!'ler to be considered whether the
jaW making power of the State will continue
the inanaeinent and control of the Penitenti
ary in the liai:d.-t of a Governor who avows
himself opposed to the perpetuity of that insti-
that it. cauiiMt have such a fair chance.
1 he Governor occupies a hostile position to
the Hank of Tenriexfee, and would w ind it up.
Some people difl'er w ith linn as to tbe Kilicy
of such actiou ; and so differing, consider it
highly improper that the apintment of Pres
ident and Directors, or any siwer affecting and
pertaining 'o the Batik, should be invested in
Gov. Johiroii. We agree most decidedly in
Yellow Fever Panic Great excitement
was cau.d ai Helena, (Ark.,) on the 3d inst.,
tin account of the appearance of several cases
of yellow fever. The citizens believing the
wharf-boat to be the catie of tbe infection, set
lire to it and destroyed it, with all its contents,
valued at several thousand dollars.
Snow. It snowed steadily for three hours at
St. Louis, on tbe 5th in.-t.
Tho Result in Ohio.
Tlie Cincinnati Columbian, ou fie iy of the ele
ction, anticipating the election of Chase, contem
plates that event as a louruy one, ami fraught with
larger to the quietude of the country ; indicating,
at the sumt time, the di.lv of patrotic citizens, in
view of emergencies whioli may atise:
The ele tion of Mr. Chase cannot fail to fie the
sinal for fr sh commotions on the subject of slavery.
Designed as a puMk insult to our broihers of the
Soulli, it cannot fail beget some retribution or some
revenge, perhaps still more tooli.-h and wicked; and
this in its turu is equally certain to bring about on
our part some fresh reciprocation of senseless hostdi
ty, that will provoke hate upon hate, and wron
upon wrong, until peace between the two section.-, of
the country shall become impossible, and nothing
can ensue liut that most terrible of human
events, a civil and a social wai; a war witdout an
aim, and without an end; in which bolb parties
would be so guilty and so mad, that the wise aud
the good could, with dilhculty, tell which sMe to
take, or Low not to deplore the issue whatever it
Let tiling-", however go a oihnppilv as they
may, the path of public duty is ever plainly before
tis. We can still contend majfully for all good
principles, for ah s-tund m asures, for all honest
men. If the country wanders inlo a false policy or
sutlers iUi If to tie misled bv bad men, we have but
the more to be true when others are false Nothing
but constancy to the public cause, nothing but a
devotion to it that grows only the firmer at every
defeat, nothing but those virtuesoftheciti7.cn which
re rsret just wheu they are needed most, can
retrieve public affairs aud bring us back to a better
Grand Royal Arch Chapter.
The Grand Koyal Arch Chapter, in sesion
in tbiscity last week, elected the follow ing of
ficers to serve the present year:
S. W. Cochrane, of Troy, G. II. P.
Win. L. llearn, of Lebanon, I. G. II P.
II. I. Chesier, of Jackson, G. K.
John Niblo, of Kboxville, G. S.
Win, Horn, of Nsshville, G. Treas.
C. A. FnUer, of Nashville, 0. Sec.
M. E. DcGrove, of Naslnil'e, G. Tvler.
Bane at Siieibtviilk. The Exjxmtor
learn' that the stock of tlie Shelby ville Bank
of Tennessee has been taken suilicient in quan
tity to secure the Charter. And from the
character of the parlies eng-iged it, we are
satined .hat it will be well Coiiducied, arid
prove advantageous to the community. At a
meeting of the stock holders, the following
gentlemen were elected Directors. Ed. Coop
er, T. H. Coldwell, J. F. Ciitumings, Jo. II.
Th oinpsou, .1. W. Wallace, G. W. Buchanan,
W. W. Gd!, Ii. S. I) Wiggins and T. C. White
ide. The T .rectors then eloctod Ed. Csiper Presi
dent, and adjouriud without filling the other
Ikon. The Ciuc nnai Pi ice Current of the
1 Ut Ii sas:
We have no chance to notice in the market since
our last There is a tod demand for Ohio Kir
er hot blat pig at t35, (not 4' as was errone-niiiu-lv
printed in our last) and which is fully equal
to the supply, the receipts being Liken from the
wharf on arrival The stock in the iliff.-rclit yards
is now Very light; tmall sales of Ohio col l blast are
unkini; at f.ss, Tennessee cold blast is offered at
f 36; but the di maud is limited. In bars there is
nothing new to notice aiuce our last. The bunincs
doi. g is inodei ate, and the market rather dull, and
prices somewhat unset led. We coulinue to quote
?a3c and 2i,4c.
ShooTiso.- As the season for goue of all kinds
is now coming ou, and lho6 fond of sl.ooling will
be fitting up for the war on the Birds, Deer, ice.,
we would recommend all such to call and set the
immense stock of gnus at the bouse of Kail k Cun
ningham. These gentleitu'll seem to have laki'tl
groat paiim in the selection of their stock of guns;
indeed, they inform us that all their Sue guns are
mad to order iu England snd France, and imported
by them direct. They have then at all piices va
rying to suit the pocket and Uste of every sports
man. We were forcibly struck with one jun which
they have for sale puce .26o mhi h to our judg
ment aeems as fine as a gun could wet! Ixi. Their
establishment is on tlie north side-of tlie Public
Square, cppoiie ll.e lower end of the market bouse,
orer the entrance to which will be found what the,
call their yr pm.n cilS I ta
Fixe Ma uNKkr. At Mrs. A. Crookera' Mil
linery 11-tablUhmt nt o:i Union Street, will be
found the most tasty assortment of Head and
Netk ornaments, and Dreeing, we have ever
seen in the city. We understand that Mrs. C.
I.tt-i just returned from the Listeria Citk,
where ahe hasj K-ocnred all the latest a'yles of
Fashionable Head-Gear. Her establ'nnerit
i pear to c really t-eat, beautir'ul, and el
trant. La Jies wlm are io need of trimmings
in that particular line, would do well to call at
Mrs. C'. aud gt their bttuiy uiore elrgantly
CA?T 8TKEL HOES;
P' Lll III X VICKf;
hTOf'Ka AND DIK;
HAIrt Of A 1.1. RKD?;
MILL PAWS, COTTON CARD?;
BUTCH ER'f CHT?FIJ;
POCKKT AND TABLE KNIVES;
PAD-tOCKS, riLKf", HINGE?:
HATCHKT3, t'AMMEKS, AXES
PLANKS, HRACK8 AND BITS
PL MP CHAINS;
XW A (too ; stuck of CASTINGS, and a complete assortment
alwuj in Store.
Fkidat Mokmng, Oct. 139 o'clock.
Conference met according to adjournment. Bishop
Kav;inaiigh in the chair.
Religious services by Dr.
Minutes read and approved.
The Trustees of Lagrange College at Lagrange,
Ala presented a report to the Conference, which
was referred to the Committee on Education.
A copy of the title' deeds to the College Grounds
at Florence, Ala., was read to the Conference,
which was received aud ordered to be filed with the
A report from the Trustees for llascom female
Institute, Uuntsville, Ala., was presented and refer
red to the Committee ou Education.
M E Johnston snd W P Brown, traveling prech
ers, were elected to Elder's oiders.
Prof. Hamilton, ol Trenton, I enn., and President
Kverhart. of Bascom Female Institute, Uuntsville,
Ala., were intioduced to the Couleieuce, and took
their seats within the br. .
lonterence too K up me election oi iochi iireacnns
lo Deacon's orders, and the following were elected:
O U Knight, W M McNctiisr, W W Lvnch, Elias ;
King, D M Southard. W II Anthony, J i bmotlier
man, G M Everhsrt, Nelson Wright, W Sharmaii,
J M Meeler. J G oorhies. J Ilai bison, J It Allen,
J ii Hinton
. , . ,. . t n .
Mlliaill Il.oriS nrto ins parruinenw ioi 'c-"-"" ; Life .,f Hubert KuliottKngiaviuit ol his firat American Boat
orders restored to him. ! on I tie Hudson River
The followiti" local 1) aeons were elected to Eld Robert Kultnn ami Livingston's first Ohio River Boat Cor
, r's orders : C B Davis, J K Woodson, W Penhy, u
Wm. Baker, Win. Lle, John Watson, and II Ji rii-ststi-uhenviiie Biat.
llutton ' e'td'wion on the Wetrn Waters, from an Eye-W'tness.
Isaac Mihiera-.d G C Guinn, metiers of the . ZlVZZf7Uni To"n' "" dtaUn?
Conference, were elected t Kider a oid rs,
. A nianiisciipl copy ol a w. ik on Fpisi-opaey, by
Dr. llehkle, wa sreferred to Coiinnittce on Books
and P riodicals.
ts D BaMwin was excused from serving on cer
toin committees on account of lamilv alllictions, and
E C Slater and G W Allen wcid appointed to fill
his rtdce. s
I)r Green and P S B irth, Germ in Mis-ion;irv in
this city, made some intcic-tirg nuiai ks in refer
ence to the German Slisions.
ConlcriaiCe ailj-.urned. - ,
Yocno AyRititA. There no a-, we have a
new Corn and Cob Mill, tng, fearless and
i powerful. We find that this mill is put up onj
the old bark mill principle, and as they last a
life time, of course this will laM equally as long, j
The proprietor -trcrs his mill on very fair terms, j
and we suppose no fanner will fall to give this
new invention an eiawiinatioii, as he claims:
certain principle for his mill which will call!
forth the sound judgment of all reasonable
men. If his null is as represented, it will cer
tainly supercede the u?-e of all others now in
ue, as it crust es rapidly, requires less power
than any oilier, and will lat a lifetiin.;. These
considerations will certainly elicit much atten
tion. We bespeak for the proprietor a good
patronage from farmers and slo:k!eeders in
this and adjoining S ates. See adv.rU e.e.t,
and call tor agents in another column.
Moi:k Tkoops Wanted.-
1 he omcerx of t tie
. . . r , , i , i . -i ii,,v
steamer Capt. Lyon, arrived at Council bluffs
! from Foit I'ierre, rclM.rf that Oiders had been
received from Gen. Harney, retpiiring a sufli-
! . ... i. .i - i
j ctent number of troops to meet him on W lute.
Eiirth Kiver, to form together a company of
12o0, for the purpose of attacking and break-'
l ' to
, ing up the various tribes of hostile ludiaus in;
: that region.
("lt N . t ISO sacks prime hite C-rn, Jitst received and
for sale by I). 1. Dk'KKV,
No. B College street.
Cash for Wheat and Rye!!
JUKI! I II A M II ,
South-Eatt Lorner Church and College ttreetj
'J'tN TIFRCtS N
Crop Savannah Rice for sale by
JOM 111 API,
Pouth- VjlM Cm ner I hur. h and College sts.
To Schools antl Private Families.
' 1 1 1 AC II l II. A gentleman who lias had twen'y years
I constant praetic- in the eh'ef riiis of the continent f
Karnpe, ' de irons of a situation as Teacher.
His pupils have always bren distinguished for the bril
liancy of their education, and 'lie el g lice f their manners.
A.ldres A. f , care ut W. II. t'ruxher, Naahviiie.
'. 'i t: t
U A L 15
yt .t him;
r o r e
ri'ltE MIHSOfRI HEMP M NIP AITURING COMPANY
1 Is row making s x llundrrd Toils i-r w.tkof a very
superb article of STKL'TCHKD MACIIINK BALK RoPK.
All orders pro ipU filVl, at the nwe.t market ratrs, hy
JOHN T DofOI.ASS, Presld nt,
sept m No. 41 Commercial St., St. Loots, Mo.
am u r. ci'iti: i on ( ( i;ns.
A f V Wife, hating labored under one on her breast for
111 some time, and hiving tried different treatment, 1
cunrludrd Ut underiake It nyscl, and in lesa than lhre
months I rffictnl - rompi-te cure: although sha bad brrn
given np by her friends as being beyond the rearb of an)
cure, she baa lor Ui la-t year eoj ryed battel kisaUh than
she had lor many years previous, and has since given birth
to a fine child, whu-h she nurses herself. I hare also
treated several other cases, and have met with the same
sly trratrarnt is not the oing of the Knl, or Cuustie, or
; M.-rvury, Uil it ut purely Vrgvlatale. 1 also prfa to cure
. olhrr diaras-w, si h as Femtila Ufsx-asea and t Irrra, Scrof
; ola, Piliw, and all d'seKam ngfnating la like tuaaner Atl
1 ak i persons afll eieil w Hi any SJ Wi above named
di-wasea, ta In giv r trial. Vi hre there ta D cure
thr- shall to an cbargv. "urther lnfurmaoon can be ch
ained by calling oa me, or by letter, at N. Ill North Mar
kct strret. JONATUAN THOil -g.
JOHN BROWNE, "
C0RHEX 0? DZADEEICK ST. AND THE SQUARE,
10 now sui plieJ with a gl PI RlOB 6T C8 ( F G00D8
aud raaily tu wait npoa all who nay fsvur hint "ith a
i A llrh Astarintenl mt
! Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
I JIUAIS OX UASIK
Si i:i:i. in Tim: iv,i.v:4 tjaawei
ButMr tre, ;uat received and fr si by
0 0. IUCKET,
arpfl 0 No. B Collrfs street.
rjTi:i I wudi to purrkas FJPTT LAND WAt
VI RANTS, tor wfckh I will sy 1st h gtiol nvS pra
k. A. KALLOWK,
MgM Gl. Afral Ns. IT DUrW-k It.
CBISWOX.S'8 C0TT05 CUCS.
f put sakMrtber kwtngaea frtbaalar the above gias,
1 will weep a supply oa Land, or fwrnua PUn tarsal shurt
Theas) giua 14 lAw ekaiwlvr f ssaktrtg good rial, glw
a i Of ftwwr, rowaiAi lighter, clraatwg sewd awtter, taaiag
owl smww imuii I-ash, and having boss aanra stmrakl
awd saewnt agm d, I (rw, thaa ai.y oUurr fins dow la asa, aas
are u6Vrcd a tairwis ssurw adsastageowa U the pwrchaarr.
Tha asaat aaiHSsrsort rrferenrea eaa b r'veo U cstabtitA
thu ratMiataus, what U.ay ar ataw waaaaavs sa auUBtaia (
a mat, a ad aerori( Mi Uit UrrUons moi anlh earfc.
afl if, . Mt, It ATMs V
IT If - Ifjl
LOCKS. SCREWS, NAILS;
LONG HANDLED SHOVELS, SIFTERS;
fPKAR k JACKiOVS CAWS;
ALGEHS, S H EE tjUEAUtJi
TACKS, CUKKY-CO .IBS, e., c
Brothera' best TENNESSEE ROLLED INrjH
Pure Drns and hemieals.
LARGE TnToice of Dmp, Chemicals, Paint, Oils, Tire
' St. ft"-. Instruments Perfuirery, Far.cy Good-, Btu-hes,
c, jun revived ami for sale at a small Hdarice upon East-
era cost, by
Wholesale and Ri-tail Druiripst,
Corner College and Union ts., Nsshvtf'e, Tcnn.
English Wine Colctiicum Knot. Spatulas,
fceeil, naming fponge,
Fine Tuky Opium,
Pnre Nitrate Silver,
Homeop ithli- Vials and Corki
'Syrinpes of assorted kind",
! Apothecaries' Scales and
(Gaily Pots with Covers, (all
.Bed Pans ( 'iff-rent styles,)
, Leeches and Lech Glases,
! Phosphoric Acid,
Lactate " " "n'
irine Rose Macohoy Sduq,
H-iney Dt w sroteh
Bermuda Arrow Knot,
Turned Wood Pnl Boxes,
I-i ide Potash,
Precip. Ext. Bark, , "
Va'rricuate of Quinine,
iPure Whit Wax,
I Pratt's Artifldal Nipples,
Nipple Shie'ds and UolUel,
B ilh Bricks,
''Refined Salt Petre,
Ifrehh GrM Cyenr e Pepper,
'Genuine Castile Soap,
illenry's M iuue?ia,
I' ork Sulcs, ac. , Ac.
Cluid Ext. ali-run.
IiniOaas Adhe-iv Plaster,
East In lia CasWr Oil,
100,000 ropirs sold!!
J LOYD'S GRKAT STPAM BOAT WORK will he ready on
; ii or about the !i4th of Octoher.
First Application of Stem
iiL-i i joi u rccn anirravmK oi nis nrsi ooai.
List of sn-amhnat fcxplnsions since 1S12; Names of Killed
and Wnu nlel ; I it of stcamhoHts now afloat.
Correet views of Pittsburg, Whi-eling, incinnatl, Irfmisrille,
S . I.nuis and NewOrh-aos, In Sketch of each place;
poi nUiion, business, Ac, Ac.
Fast Time of Heats on the Ohio And Mississippi Rivers.
Lis' 1 S'aniboHt ofiicers on the Western Waters,
Tin Ni wtitesmhost Law With Commrnm Jfe Rnats.
Di-asti-r on tlie Lakes Names of Lo t. Killed and Wounded.
Th- HiL'h Water in IS10, ls:, 1S4T
List of Plantatinns on Mis-issippi River
Imiiortan t'niied -tates Supreme Conn g eamhost Dcsion
Throe 'iiindrtd paires, with one hundred enfrraving hand
sn iie y bound n.v remiltinir Onk Hi llar, (post-paid,) you
w 11 n i---ive a ipy of the aliove work. .
O iL-ri from the trad- solicited, an 1 stents wanted in ev
ery t-wii and city to canvas for the work.
3KA. T LLOYD CO..
oct 2 8m
I'ost Office Buildings, Cincinnati, 0.
u. r. ii i!.Y a ri'.s
GREAT 10)1BIH GYM ASIIill
U'll.L ierforni at lnIiville on the IS th,
t U 1. uln.l Oik. I . .1 . . r . ,t ... .. - ft
nerfiniaure on tlie h and imh on!v.
This establishment has been thoroutilr refl:ted at an lm.
mfise to lhe P,.opreu,r. ainre their last traveiir.
'r. They have procured a Dew and MtetsiveddiUon of
ANIMAL", young freshly c-d, and possessing all the
charrteriiics and habiu of their native state.
Mnestrian Director.". Mr. W. B CAROf.L.
Master of the King ri. woolston.
'"i"1', are the following:
A new and magnificently dressed entree entitled
jla-dbT Mr. W. Carroll and Mad. Carroll. The celebrated
Kipirstnan, Li Pktitx Mibis, only 8 years old, will appear
! in her Urand Princ pal Act.
Mr. J, W. Ward will apiiear on the Flying Cord, acknowl-
e ged to be the brst in tlie world.
Act of the floating Veil, y Madame Carroll, In which this
ai-c . p'l'l d artite hai won a repntuiion sreond to noi e.
A Petite M trie will al o enter -he dea with a full grown
Ituntni" Ix-opard, Verl ying th' proph cy that the "lion and
the iamb shiiit lie down t-jgelher, and a little cl UJ shall lead
sir. W B Carroll, In his great T-o and Koar Horse Art,
carry':. g M"!le Carrull in various thri Hog seems.
1 he rx-r'ormanre will be accompanied by the American
Brass IMtiit, Ie.1 by Henry Stei.backer, late ot the Orchestra
at tb- A ad my of Music, New York.
If?" 'lml-ii)n to the entire Double Exhibition 50 eenn.
Ctnlilrcn and Servant- half pri-e.
Performance U commence at 'i and 7 o'c'ock, P. M. Doors
oien Snlfan hour previously.
oc!9-td T.. 8t Ttt, Agent.
To Country 3Icrchants and Planters.
I500TsS AND SHOES.
viioi.i:m: ami it i: tail.
it coLi.r.ta: mt., kmivili.i:.
' K are receiving our entire Fall st-ck o tientlemens'.
Iji-!icm', Mioses', Chli 'rens', Negm Bmgans, sola leath
er TtaVelingTrnnks, V li-, Uarpel
Rags, Boys' Cloth Caps, Plantation
Wool Hats, Ac , which will he com-1
piets In ten days. Our stuck Is large'
and haa h-eo i-elected exprely or the Fall aud Winter
-rude, and embraces alt of the best atyles oi Philadelphia
ii I New f.rgl.md Mannfactnre-s.
tW PLANTER? an MERCHANTS will find it to Iheir
interest to call and examine our toc; we are determined ta
tfer (ood at hiw prices. We hsvs ronsuntlv on hand a
large stuck of the best POl'tJI.E SOl.fcO BROUAN8 for
PUbtatiau use, which w will seU kiw by ta cam or auigla
pa.r. j .
Cent Catf Water Proof and S'itched Boo'a;
- Low quartered Calf and Pa let, t Shoes;
Men.' Call and Kip Ptgfed Bootai
Calf and R p Browns;
" Mciakc Ru liber Shoes?
Boys' Caif and Kip Boots. Youth Cslf and Cip Coots;
Ladies' super Plain and Tipped Las Img Gaiters-,
" " h-eled Oaitc-rs;
W h te Kid Gaiters;
" KMsti4 C wt well Bo-U;
Ladle Listing Gai'ers tl.t0
Also, full aMOrtmenl of Misses' and Oiildrens' p no tees
aod Oa.ters. C. W. KOHKBTioN A CO.,
aagi5-ihn N 14 Gollrg street.
Land lor Sale.
I OFFER Kr aake (70(i) gEVEH HUNDRED ACRES f-V
OF LAX0l'i'gooUie.oiumbia Central Turr.rika .
Roa , seven miles fma Coianesa aod btir froai Mc Picas
ant, being a prtof the tract an w kch 1 rrsMe.
This Land ta aqua! if ant soi-erW tu asy In Usury enaatw
It is Weil watereO, (tha celebrated Irs fnnng being aw
th part ollered lor sale) Well tuubrtrvst and wall itnprwvaal.
Tbarar on the prwmia-s to bsauuful rrailil.ug siVea
fronting the Turnpike and th cuwtaanpiat-4 KjoI ao4. it
will bs do hied losmtpurcJiasersorsold In a body.
Par further lnfta-matton a ply to me at Ashwoott P. OiDec,
Usary county, Tennessee.
atltf U'CIfS J. POLE.
Nahrii;a TbIub and Louisville Joornaa pleai n-.y.
CKfTLiTxurs rat shoes ad oamtesa"
ateCElVtD TUla DAV,
Ci ETa super Brown lop Cvcgrrsa Caiurrs;
I Oncti au ie plaia A wita tip;
" " Hungarian Shoe;
" " Patent Uather irwsa Wosrs;
With Vir'ous ether Kinds; very supriur and f tLs) Bast
fcwdttunabic Hake. Jact eptned at Ai I'olier street.
aa JOtiN RAktACC
KOnXHT, CLOVES, Ac
JC? rwceived a largw stork of White, Urowa and Fancy
Oufartd Cotwa, Suk aa4 Llsta Tiwead, H llrm aad Gktvwt
' . . turtoM a Ahiorr,
SP1 Na. !J CoAf S4w .
BY . TELEGRAPH. ;
i Arrival of taa Orizaba.
Nkw Orlcass, Ooi. 12.
Wo have J,ttc3 to the Ctb from IScxico, by the
Alvarei has been elected rresidenl bj the Col
leg" of Cnruvaoea.
MiliUry power will deny him an entrance to the
Capital. II trd fighting is anticipated.
La Vga has withdrawn.
ClHCINNAII, Oct. 12.
Chase's not majority in 56 counties is 18,000.
Majority for the rest of the Republican candidates
is overwhelming Republicans have 25 Senators
and 60 Representatives as fur as heard from. Dem
ocrats, have 3 Senators and 19 Representatives.
Clkvslasd, Oct 12.
Th3 Emigrant train from Erie was thrown off the
track on aecount oi' derangement of the switchea.
SevenI were injured. , ;
Tbe Powder Milla at fJorraan, Maine, exploded,
and killed seven uien instantly, and wounded sevo
ral othi rl. -
Nr.w Orlkaks, Oct. 10.
Cotto i unchanged. Moderate d'-mand at previ
ous rate? . Sales yesterd.iv of 4,000 bales.
' Nkw Orlkans, Oct. 12.
Ctitton sales for the week 60,000 bales; impor
tations for die week 40,000, against 23,000 last
year. Receipts at this port ahead of last year
94,000 bal- s. CoflVe firm. Sugar heavy. Molasses
dull at 88. - -
' . New Yore, Oct 12.
Yt ry little doinc in cotton.
H AKHEK'h MAGAZINE for October; Also, FRANK LES
LIE'S GAZETTE OF FA31110NS, can be found at
oct 2 BOO ' CHARLES W. SMITII'3.
' THE HOST WOXDERFUL
Discovery of the Age.
v I 'Hit remarkable preparation contains no alcoholic stim
1 ulen,io essential oil, nor one unhealthy drug. It does
not color Oic hair, but acts upe-n th- s retina and secre
tive organs, so as to sapuiy the lormer with the necesaary
col ring matter, and upon the latter, so as to completely
rextnre thi ir impaired r lost functions. All this the propri
etor hai a right tu say, fur ii ha dune nil this for him. At
the age of thirty-sevea he was as gray as the man of sev
enty, and hij bair ncurly all fallen olf; but he now has an
i bundant cop, and no person would ever imagine that ha
ever had a grav hair; and in- hair is as roft and pliable aa
though it had been recently oiled. This is not an isolated
ca-e; it haa iine ti e same tor many others, as the following
certificates abutsiastly prove.
Pt. PstJL,Jan. 1, ISM.
Prof. O. J. Wood Pear fir : Unsolicited I send yoa this
rer ilicite. After being nearly bald fur a long time, and
having tried all the hair restoratives extant, and having no
faith in any, I was induced, co hearing of yours, to give it a
trial. I placed aiysvif in tht hands of a barber and had
my head rubbed with a gooit stifl brush, ami the Restorative
then applied and well rubbed In till tbe scalp was all aglow.
This 1 repealed evary morning, and in threw weeks tha
uuna hair appeared, and g'w rapidly from August last op
j lo the preent lime, and Is now black, thick and strong
i sun and p'tNoant to th touch, whereas be 'ore K wai harsh
! aad wiry, what little there was of .t, and that little was dia
! apiearing very rapidly. I still ue your Restorative about
! twice a week, and shall soon have a good and perfect crui
of hair. Now I have read of these thiugi and who has
not? but hive never hitherto ten a'iy case in whkb any
person's hair win reaMy hrnenited by the aid ol the hair
tonics, Ac, of the day; and it n ally gives Die pleasure to
record the result of my experience. I have recommended
your preparation to others, and it aires ly has a large and
general sale throughout Ihe Territory. The people her saw
its effecta anil have confidence In it All who have ase1 it
here will cuiiu ide with me in what 1 have written. The
supply you sent u as the wholesale agents of the Territory
is already exhaUMled, and daily inquiries are made for it.
You deserve credit for your ilinoovtry. I, for one, return
you my thanks 'or the benefit it has duce me, for I certainly
ad dmi.a.r d lung, long ago of ever effecting any such ru
tin. 1 congratulate you that your fortune (aud a large one)
is already made
Yours, haatry, J W. BONO.
CsaLtra. It!., June 27, ISM.
I hive used Prof. O.J. Weed's Hair restorative, and have
admired its wond-rfnl eftVet. My htiir was becoming, as I
thought, prematurely gray but by the use of bis Kes'ora
live ii haa resumed iis original color, and I have no doubt
permanently se. MDN'l'T BKKKK,
Ex-Senator United Slates.
Kaoosj-iau), Jan. 18, ISM. -Prof.
Wood Dear fir: Having made trial of yowe Hair
Ke-torative, It gives me pieasare tossy tbat its effect haa
been excellent in reinovit g uiflainmatinn, dandruff and a
constant tendency toin hing, with which I have been troub
led fr m cliiMhoud, and lias also restored my hair, which
was becoming gray, to its original color. 1 have used no
other ai tide with an) thing like the same pleasure and profit.
Youts, truly, J. K. liKAUU.
114 Maiket st., St Louis, Mo., March 8, ISM.
Dear fir: I am doing au extensive travel in the Western
and Southwestern Stales, aa lleaeral Agent for Adam'
American Liniment, and wooki be giait if yon would favor
me with a consignment of Pro. Woud's Hair U'.vtoi alive, as
I feel assured t-is' 1 ran ir.tnxlare it in many places alu-re
It is not known, as my own head is a living testimony of iu
valuable priM-niu, in restoring hair to lie natural color.
I am furtv vears old. and mv hir was alnMt white Kut an
t ter using three half-piul bottle', my tuu r ki as beautiful au
burn aa it was at eig.iteen, and mo h ioi peeved in appear
ance, and I woul t nut be without a bottle on hand lor the
price ol ten. I slmald be g ad to aUeiet to any matter that
is oom. cted with the lui Krstoraiive. I have been for
thirte n years ergaged in ihe a. si boaiiieaa. and will be
glad Iu hear frrra yuu sooo. BIy address ta Parle. Trnn.
Very ristarclfully, WH. B. UKOOMIC
tT Prepared and sold at IU Market stteet, between
4th and 50 1, St. Louis lu , and aid klrwadway. New York.
l'ir sale in Naahviile, al Maunlarlurer's pries, by
Alo, for sale, Prof Wood's Oriental Sanative Liniment
and Yegetiihi I if - Pilis, warranted better than any other,
or the mo iev in all t aaei ref '.n lett. 8i.e circular lug all ne
cessary inf i mall u Willi 40-i.nU. . - . .
KASHVTLLE ACAEEMT 07 MTTSIC. '
No. 24 Vine 8t reef, Nashville, Teqa., , 7
nnxinu, I 1 .
CHARLES ITESS tHD HESSY WEBES.
DEPARTMENTS the Pytem "t Iuatmction ad.ted for
II. is Academy is the same as that ptirwie I Iu the Jiuyal
Aeadrmv in Pans, and con re five Departments, viaj-.
Primary, Kn-sliinan, S phoraore. Junior, a I Penior, t
which Mei a Reeapiiul -lion Ih-parlincnt, designed lor
those who intead to sdNft Vtnlc as a proft siun.
TERMS PFR r"S5I0N.
PRIMAKV IITAKTM!IT. f20 t)d
Five l-M.n a week, one daily, ftslurUar excepted.
FateHM ta DkrsTaT 83 tMJ
Four lesn-ms a week, Hun lsj, Tuesday, i hursduy
and t rioajr.
SoMi'Wuax PurtiTMaaT 30 00
Thiee less-.ns one w-.lt, Monday, Wednesday and
Fridav. the sin-reeding week Tuesday aad Thursday.
JOIII DKrtBTMKXT , gj oo
Leerans aauus In number and la davs as la the
Fsxkia DarsxTMnT 40 M
Two lesions a werk. sluoday and Thursday.
Bccarrri-LaTiiia DarsaTarwr , .... go 00
Ursaons naily, ISiturday excepted,
re In all of the foregoing Departoeata, the Piaoe and
Guitar are the vnlj luatiumeuts taught.
Instruction on the Harp, X lessons a week, per seeioa l5 en
in Voealisauoo, (o m)
u - Itallaa st vK, 4J w
" to classes of gentlewteo eg the Violin, Ftota,
Clartooet, Ac, tww eeenlngs a week, 1 M
tV Ail toitloo free doe on the entrance of tbe peptt.
One lessa a week In B acred Muic given to all uuoua free
No chars will he made for the use of InstramenU. M wio
and Mu le Books furnished gratis to the pupils, aha will be
permitted lo retain them as their own property at the aluea
uf tlie session.
Puplht win be reeelvtd at any time, arwl charged Iron th
period Owy enter to the rlre of the see-ioo. The auefcd-
aDoem pwpiis win re rcinred during the les-oaocty
Tbe Academic Year will bediviited Into two seaaa-os; the
one eemp-ting no the d Monday in September, aod ctoa
I n ot. the but fHday in Janaary, tLe gther emmeootng oa
be Iss Monday hi February and ciost-g oa Use 6m Frbia
V Pupils lntnrste4 to their rare shall rwHw rUws it'
ntioa, aiKt If aaweartod aaainuitw wa the part of the in-
j s iraeivrs oan ava.i. ihry shaH eot fall lo attain tbe elevated
IHMfi proecieney se which the ma asptre.
Application lo be made oa er after the ' aav of epteo
or, al the Academy. augl -6m
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Capital - $150,0001!
0FF1CK "ffrlS- Wt eorwer of the public Paare, orer
Dyer Pearl's Ksrhange OTIcw They Will Uk 1k oa
Dwelbnge d eHr He-t, Good la Sioe, agvnst Lose or
Damage by Fire. Also, Marine and street- haaariS, troca
and lo ail porta.
Abw-lTeroei agalsat tit laiifara of Ut Sim.
J0H M. Htli, Jo"EPri VACXX.
Javisjt roaaair, THowrxN anoEEBOX,
O M FIHOi, I. a owe.
ALEX AU.lOV, JAME-S ELU.
st. H. OAhUNtK, N. . ALLOWAT.
W. f . FAKIN.
J(ti:ril VAI I.X, Preej'l.
A. W. ElTLl.it, aWretary orti-tt
WOOL I WOOL!! WOOL!!!
CkBH and tie M-huat uwuict price tanl 6 fd c!eaa
washed W ool.ky
h H ?! if 1
ST. 10TTIS & NASHVILLE EEGUiAU PAwKt-TS.
W sassi K W ' '
-Sis-vr-- a..-..a ...aa. a-r-; e
JIEOSIA, SAL ME VEST,
Jiass Millsk, Master. J. N. Cokeitt Master.
TUB above steamers will run regularly in fhe 5t. Loois
and Naihvii:e trade rfn-ing the esn. Their aceiim
modat'ons for pusengers are equal to any steamboats on
the Cumberland riv?r, and their repective offlrere will d
all in their power to add to the comfort of people traveling
with them. A. HAMILTON,
octll 6ra Agent.
EEQULAB NEW 0RLEAK3 A1?D
nHE New Steamer "SCOTLAND,",
A 120 j tons burthen Ctp'-ain
Disntcaics. Thii steamer, onw b-lr cs
built at Louisville, wiil b flushed by the 1'i-h November,
when she will take her p are in the trade as a regular packet
The Scotland is n entirely new boat ol tbe first class,
and built exrlu ively tor the Nashville and New Orleans
trade her lipht draft enabling her to come sritha load wheu
othi rs can eome only light. W nlicit for her a fhare of
pnone patronage, e A IUMIETON,
JiltSU., iiukm t;o., i
W want to hire Zplervca a deck hands and
Bremen for the above boat. ca tlrt 6m
NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI PACKET.
' I '11JS New I.itht Draug'it Steamer, at
1 BEVENTY-X, rj!
P. K. Bifiltt Master
V illleave Nashville every otherTuefday, :it 4 o'clock. P.M.,
1 1 ntinue in trade d ring K-asua. A. UAMILTi N,
ct8 m Agent.
DAILY MM) 4F PAt'Kl.TS
ALIDA. CUBA. BOCK CITr.
For EmltUand, Fadncaa, Louisville and St Louis.
.ftON v ECTINIJ at Paducah with Loulsvflle and St. Louis V.
V 8. Mail Boats.
sxrA.nrn am da
Leaves Nashville Mondays and Thursdays, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
ST V. A Jt K It CI 11.
Leaves Xash villa on Tuesday i and Prulays at 10 o'clock, A.M.
STIOA.HI.II KOl'K CITY
Iave NaihvlUo on Wednesday! and SatnrJiys, at 10
o'c'ock, A. M.
The above boaU are of lirlit draught acdhsve g 1 recr,ni
mrd itions for I assrngtrs. and aa i 1 run regul .rly in the Cum
bcland River Trad.;. One uf them leavos N ihville evry
day, except BunUay, at lo oViock, A.M. A. HAMILTON,
..tMtVll.l.i: M .llG.II'llIN
TJNITEI) STATES MAIL PACKET LINE.
J. G. CLINK. JOHN SIMPSON. CITY UUNTSVILLE j
lor lomphU, w (rl-iiu, M. Louie,
nul l.oul v Hie,
TRI- WEEK L '.
ITIF. splendid new pas-ieng. r steamers CITV OF HCNTS
VILLE, CiRLXA, Mauler, leaves Nashville every Man
day at 6 o'cha.-k, p. m.
J. ii CL1NE, Jas. Davis, Master, leaves Nashville every
Wednemlay at 6 o'clock, p. m.
JOHN BIMPfON, Jaig Dsns, Master, leaves 5tsbville
every Friday at 6 o'clock, p. m
Connecting at Padin-ah with the daily Loniville sn l St.
Loots t'nited Slates Mali Boat, and at Memphis with the
splendid New Orleans steamers llulletln, U. It. W. Hill, Oeo,
Collier and lngumar.
Thea-cortimoilatiims of this lire cnntiot be surpassed, and
passengers will find it by far Ihe speediest means uf tiatel
either Nor'h or Soatii.
For freight or passage applv lo
A. L. DAVIS, 1 .,,.
cc A. HAMILTON, J ',e,,u,
Premium Bool tV Slice Mannfaclorv.
E fi E F III, Lis R,
(fuoceseor to namltCon k Fuller,)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY,
Corner Markat and Spring or Churci Sts.
NAMi villi:, ti-:n.
C1 RATEKUL for th liberal pa-ronage bestowvd upon thi
J Manufactory since lis estatdii-hmrnt, the Proprietor
feels determined to merit a coaliinia'.ioa of the san e iu lu
I have now on hand a good a-sortmeut of ready .
made work, consisting in part ol Moil's, Boys' aadXaf I
Vonihs' t'alf, K.pand Tiiick Ilooi and Shoes; Negrof a'
Brogsns, lont.le sole; house Serrann Shoes, Ladle' VIsW
and Misses Calf Moroccu, 4 Kill Bontm and Srea, lU aia.u
fn r good stuck, in g.md slyteand warranted.
Order from Planters. Iron Masters, KailroaJ and Turn
plke Oompanitie respectfully oliotted.
All kinds of repairing Uuue.
Cash paid for Hide. EB1TN FtTLLEIt. -
I. C. 1VICIIOIJSON CO.
HAVE LOCATED AT NO. 22 PUBLIC 5QUA&E,
Ullh au I.utlri lr ew Wiork of Mlanle
OF tli Newest and Latest Styles aud of the heat quarts;
all of ahich will be sold st the very k tt price. U e
particularly invite ali (f our fi i-n.ls, and tlint lu want of
.oit aud li-ui dooilsi to call at o. and ,
we wiH take gi eat plraaure in snuwitia' our ta-k. We think
it will be 10 the interest of all tu came and look for them
selves, aepll 1m
IMPORTANT TOFEuiilcl :
tny Llmitt-d to Saturday, October ?0! '
Hr PARTirt'l.AR RKQflST. from the cii.rene cf thia
city, and .-idjuining ciunt.e, Mr. Semmons has runseiit
ed to remain lo this city until S-iur.l y, Oclol-rr liuih. iu
gairemenls e!shere sHI! forbid his renisininj; any longer;
therefore, imnc'tiate) ai-Tlleation Is rqeisie l ioi-lam In
CI I.KUH4I1.U ePk.tlaCLEr,aaha am p eiUve y clue on .
that day. Srp'.'5 luciJ'J
From lloa. Juilgs lirrcn.
Lsassua, Aiutust Itvjj.
Dk S.a : In rrpl- to yurr note, I state that having u.d
a pair of g'asaes hi thu Sprctiwirs 1 boueht u' von, br two
erehs, I have fuud tin u gieaiiy prt f ral.le 1 1 i.ny o' iiri a
I have ever sn. My Wi -i is clearer, au4 a-y eyes d-j not
beconu-Wearied snj tainsd by tlitif use.
Kpeci fully, N. GT.ZZX.
From tlshop Miles.
Na-utviu-g, Angint 9R, I'M.
Mn.J. II Sewwija i.r: Having u.-d your rtrasili-m Peb
ble foe -tacle m m. tln., I am unviacrd ol fheir excellence,
and Cud Ihcui superior to any I hare bTr-f re usmI, aad
earnestly recotrsveud them to a.l that aed their aid.
.pectfully, KI- HARD P. MILES.
HT'Wt. Semnioti may ha coneolted at Ms Offi.-a, aver
Mew. Kerry A Co' fco-.a u.r, where the above ceh-bra-ted
SpeoUcle aaaj be obuiovd lor short time longer,
TVJW,V Dl.nfi 4-tbri Prime BalUmore Coffre;
II K do assorted Plekl;
i half pipe pur o 4 Coewae Brand v.
sepgj fir V.w ILK, FANNING A CO.
K 1 hbis Crushed and Powdered Sugars;
If" hhds Wh te ChrTstahsed Uj;
. box double Re'flned Loaf d-i;
ta bbla Baiumure kenned do.
sep23 f EFM0CR, FANNING CO.
U'l bor.es low pr!ed Virginia Tbaeiit
8d do ee'ebrated TiiacJi' d
fd do "Pride of Virginia" do
Sd do PaJiaetl Twist mm
IOOAjO Duanisb and Atnertcaa C'gari
list boxe Sardine;
bbl Not. aorter;
1 begs each Pepper, Mr aad r.invw.
j,,,. tmiMOCrt. MNNINO
01 oNiu:ni:.vr .
f bale Nn. 1 iiibrg;
200 ke Pure aud No. ' W h,' La.L For sale ! w.
aepjy (iTMO R. FANNlNtI k Ct.
ON Tuesday evening, al Oi l Feltow' Hall la Xaanvitle,
de'ing the exhibiioa of th Meaairai Fair, a smalt
dart Fork-1 Hook, with a sseel c'.a p. wa etotea truss my
pocut. It 000 tain I 125 In Haok Noses, w an rsnripAa, srvi
U rr or teoe b ass btils 4 tacsaoe, sivn4 bv tnyae:f and
iaors1 by Dr. J.ho Water. Also, litre er four biana
r 1 nans-wry -, sigord by stvselt aud en-sueeed by Dr.
ita Waters. These li!saxi I Bote are prioud lma. with
Hairs, aasooata, e, blank ; they are tt only bills e notes
eus-rvi ky aiysetf a-l radursol by Lun, wUjcH ai ta ii
kws. T reward w.U b psul tut I. return ef the Billa
k . 1 Kay, of ''WS lra:;..o si wdl l4 In Uictr proe are.
Beat prtportwoal reward t-r the retura of aay ef Uvea.
A I pwnio are wottflad w-H to trade nr Bef--tlale fur sorO
SJ er Nclua, aa they wdl aet be yatd.
wii WIU.O. WLUJAVJ.
CASH roa W LIE AT.
arr trwwrrttare-lb.pay lb U I fi U I ST MAKSKT
v rslVt. tit Mitral Mini ortt at the Naeh
Vj C" and irur ailtne W heat grower to eve hi
a ral iw ij saJtri ewhre. Llkewe w shil be pf r
aanMl I c i-.'acn Ptoar hv Wheal el ic'-i s-rw ss will
weeaE-'. - ry. O. HAMMOND A O).
S fT" N. St. W win pay 10 per ui ti aukel
are fcr : eat cteaa. lhnah
tratD S CHATS fcETAEAICHa.
' W't BH. k C-V
. it:iHOi: HA.MLU.
I t.r; a sii or nx.t iA smooth ycaag Nre,
troea 14 H Ai. ts n.va fvvmrj ,i-k.
. NEGRO CLOTHING.
yimiv.ts v co.
4 1 1' ll b 1 1 i Nil imrr,
"TtEP.ccnatatitly f0i- 1- a I irge pt.vli n-i great varit.fjr
j iv ! Negro Cio'btcg. eoniiisflni of Blanket, Jest , Iio
seys, heavy w -olen so.-k, ell the heaviest aiul hei mak of
i t saabargs, l"!n:.i, Striixa. e . V v-'her wi-h a 7"- -'t varie
I !?'"'ns uitali!e h-r il-.ur ;inJ grsia ' , a well (S
vv.wn pmni w--. cut' 71 1
! A.-.T.-DUi0ANr & CO.,
. .. lijroETIJ'Ls AND
v:!oi.i im: ux:am:rs in
Staple mid Fciicy Dry Goods,
o. TO I'tiblic Squares
XA SU VI L L L TEXX. ' -
HAVE owin store owr ?-e of STAPLE AND FNCT,
POKE -UN AND DO.MKTI-' DKY tiOOO, the largest
and mjet snuricr st'X-k e"r imrted b us, all new and
the la: t siyiea of Lad e.i r ei tioods, Ula-j and Fancy
Si:s, .M.nre Antique s:ys uf Casfm ere nml Mul:n dw
Laincs; S:l! wnrpand Pure Atpai-caad I'ol'itrjv Protch and
American I'luid.--, cf r.tw sty'es ar.d higt colors; Pr-.nnctacd
S,th Kibb:ni. ail q'l.iatics." M:intua and S.itin Kilboi,all
the d fterent wid'hs and c-.!r.; Ir.sli likens: hi.c lia)d,
Knil-ri id -rie., Iicea, ar'ti ti-e l--ret psortn.eiit rf Trim
mings of Ihv- I'ist nuahty; Ei g.i-h sr-.d African Priul of
ent.relv r,ev !; tt.au!. Si'ipe-I n.l ki timel.aras;
"bawl of ev. ry v.ir ,-ty -:;d sty'r; le t. V h :e, ar.d Vedow
Flwnr.el; i'iiirh.4, Cu-s.merrs si.,1 Aiir.ig; liirkeU -t i'-t
rol.irs and iin-iliti;: Mackinaw Variri-, Bt d Bl -nkets cf
every jse and ol superior (nu'-y; Cnb fiaiki Sear.iboat
Iter's Hinnke;.-, Njiro t.. Ac j Kers-jj, Tweeds,
Je.ins, rat:iiif!ts. or t':e UT- at-it variety: L'et-hett and
Bmiin Hineiii (i, Siiirliim- aid yri-iiiir-; TaMi; Linen at
ev iy giuluy; W.rrateil ar.d iVtton lt'-siery of evety varie
li" su-i-erclers; fi!ves; Hiti:ki'cliu.-ts, Piaa, Nieila, Aa. -Our
si.K'k r.ibrce- the l;t'-:.-t varle'v, and he still ta
rrun'l dtuX-rsaii lhe rocs! i.berHl lerrn
A .Ml. J. OrNCAN A CO,
Ni. ") Put l.i- Ntua. e.
N. H We Wm' t-o rerl-vTrg U-.'Whtlca ul l-oudi by s..ri
ers a-d Ka iioad iLrca!..;. t!.e n.
scp-i a. j n C-
:i.tm t m; : i.ijTii: .f; 1 1
IX T have now in tore an invoice o'KEAOYMADB
v tl.OTIIINl, mtaptrd lo tiie -a..n, whvh we will veil
trprin ti e n est UvoraLs turius. Cad quirlt and suppiv your
arlves i-htsp. A.J. Ll CN a tu..
Nc i iii'lic Skioara.
ONT M'NTM:rr Iltt.1? r. in . -lKS.r,...,i.Ur. i WliltH
Liineve, auitaUv t-r lUnt.-i'I-.-t.a, ;,i m..i :.! -or sale
' t-y ' A. J. l l'NCAN A CO.,
T. tV W. J'AKIX & CO..
tllPoitTtlTS AND PKAI.F.i'.s IN
j W0 1" Lit c.i!l the atte!.,iott i f Ven-heiuj ! tiie:r Stock of
1 FALL&,WLVrKlt (.OODS,
I Tl i y give asur.irc ; t.Yt ' iu. . Si. ck wiii b f 'irul as coai
lVf.' ;HS"TrVrri.i ! Mi "r I' ii'r .ml cuu?iosed of a
M i.M'l I) ajui '-u-iil i I 1. i i ei' lnei .. 1, lr,-'S Trim-n.i-
, t.'i' In . i, K'i I n iii nt; L-idies' .k.-ai. Ac. toitether
i with a HI A 1 t-i.a-k . 1"
ai Ki tnv : tin: i.o riifNC,
I A.l wu'i.ii h.-ive Iri-n peiei.ae,! iiii ui-h ternn ss will ew
nhle tin ni Iu m-. a! 1 .m tii.it ..I cuiupelu with OooJs pnr
I chafed iii ai u-.ai.e'.
I t V Vli b..y rs ar.d pn m,.t inn dealers will Bd it te
! the.r Int. i-r-t L, . v tl. i- u
I. k . IAKIN k CO.
FBEH AEEIVAL OF FALL k WLSTXtt GOODS.
w. p. Vi.sstVAa
t KoLK-iAl K Dl.Ai.l.KS IN
I Forciga N. Domestic Dry Gootli,
I . v r
j KI tut Mini; tMiriu(
I . II 1'ublic Nipinn-,
A.1V17.; A, TEX:'.
U1 tr ""w Li c-ti-t .f ur FALL AND WINTER
(ni.ii).-, , mmji- ii? a i ire.- nr.il m- 11 s,-l-,-ted o--itiif
! roHHUN A N 0 OoMKSrii: MtV t.tvuDS, t.H.-tber With an
.! extelve a-,i uc.t of KKAUV 34 A !)E Cl.oTh lN(i, which
; we . u r i-. in-- -..on oil t.-r-ni 1 1 tt ,-a:-',-i- I.ul to ifive atts
j laciiuii. W Mi.KUarall iioia ti os-., viainng onr ntarket,
an I jiLail take pleasure m rxl. l- inn our n.i k aid prires to
thei.i i-i-gj" tJ Ai. U.UN, ANII.KSON A CO.
! EAYiNS, POUTE1! Xco.7
WllOLrVAI. Di-'AIFRJ TN
j DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS. EG9TS.
I rVo. ol Market Strrri, nhvillr.
U'Mar.. now i-r. ,-ei.t ' f our Kill ai l Winter' stx k mt
t'UY iotI.'S, IUi. CA."s, C0UTS, MiMt S, tc
to n nainiratiou of whe h we re lwrifij! eli it aUen-ti'-aof
Mer.-lis-i's v!-itit.g t'-i ciiy.
our .vk oi-iprie eve.-jil.'u i-ni.iMy U r..t In a bbhli.f
hoas and havliig been ptich:i-td i.nl.r the mo-t fa.
bleriri-ufi-inrcea, enable usto ifies iiiuuccuieuts to cash
and p'liii-tuiil Li.. u.-,
DlU'l R M t'O'S ANLIO'iR t'.tl tNIi imfTtvn ruirua
alwiivi . n l nil.
Liu-a y, J.-ans. afot-au 1 stripeii Cotins,l-l ks and
, PVvh-ra ti;--ii in ey'! St.-' .
"Ji" I 'VANi, 1'i'itTJ'Si A CO.
GARDNER, Sr?!!ERQ & C0,,
j WHOLESALE DEALLEJ I!
SHOES. HATS L STPJUV GCCDS,
I !N o. 5u I'nMir Square,
j ' .NAc.r.a.ue.
rK iovlV f e sjtU-at:.) of MEHCHANTS f v t, tain
' ai.d dui ijle
f.tl.I. AM WIMJ ll STOC K OF
BC0TS A5DSK0E3, HATS. CAPS AND TECNXS,
which wk ai p N"w pai!.y nicnviNu.
Tin t--k ha- been es'efuM- s.-, t U v rw ..f th la.
crewi l-mh4 f-r 01-n i.OOt .-, ar.d U.e ii wul be
f'N.n l ciirir. Iv coWT! fr nr.d w!l .uptd t.i ti e v. al l of
Ihe tr-le, U u.iti-u.iby f m tu l,.- .1- tf iM. n. r ouaiite.
I'.iiv. rs in t .i- i--.trr.rt wn.l.; roiiat th-lr ibUtcst bv orl
i. ..... a 1 ...... J
mil iw-"u u-riic n.aau l- oe'r puiu ae,.
a tig 9
buiivt;ii, ill KffiESD k CO.
1 Ii 1: s II
FAIL .V'WLYrat GOODS.
II. &,i;. DOL(,LAS tJc CO., .
Ko. 54 Public S-parc,
X A SI! VILLI, TEXX.
VT.'r.ir- n-w .tj-er'i..- sr..! arranr't-g for lhe Trade, aa
f 1 X-CU;lVd slid bva it.lMl io- k of
rcEEiGN a:d dcxesttc zzt ccols,
IIATN TATS IIOSi;r,
BOOTS, LL0GAXS, SHOES, r. j. ,
T sw-trre-t is entire!? i-unipl and every way ail4
to the trmiw i f tin sertioa. UeareSBsluus to place Hue
stock in Ihe ha.'.ds of rc.ipous.Uc buyers vu Ut irvt Uoeral
W eor.frul a lark li t of vegro ChJl irg, Onahurgs (UiU
able rr V beat ai k. ard wversl Kur .li,.) ) lI Ouuny
Dag, whi.-hc.su b hsj at ItW purrs f. r ct.h.
mfll-i 11. k ll. boCuLAS k CO.
. , t It ti U O It ft . - -
fjlKe -i I m s..tn ! 1' c FANCT
fKf.VCH rjWfMUi.l, ANi.y Pl.li VLLVtr
a.l RICH IILK VlTlNC-, fur FSH aiel V. itite, wear,
wk.fh w are prrparrd In n..k up t- .f.;tr in lit latest
stv'ee. Th iusperUucs-of 01 cnl"rrs afsd tlie p'lldic la
solansej. ILirroN a Ahpoir,
JP N'2 K- Ceilar ;ret.
Ti. ilia Iarauca Comaac Cf KarLfcrd.
CASH CAPITAL fiWnji.
TUO. k ALiXAM'r H, ?-'ec'y iho. K. EZ ACr, PrarX
V ; Stata ll.nii F ft K. Ir.eurmiM Co.ef Pa.
1 t'l'ir.r. f .lO.lS.I.
. J. C.ILLiTT.eVv'y.... J. i'. litTHEKFO'D.fT'
I7 T :k LL'a Isiuraao Cjicpaiy.
Ai'Cl i I'LATfc i CAI trit
PUNs fikhHLX, Actuary. .Mi'Kid K AN&U!, Prea 1
Flr,Maxis.,t".U ! U-U and Lit rk takea at equltabi
rate. l.'J'r' JJLsd AAJU.Aewab
IIFTT TI!Of.M Iv "!!. M if V sT WAXTtD,
' wtk-h tie h.glicst "1 l'l!!l w :l he pai-i.
fi. I M- L , FANNING k CO
Ce.efir fet ae-t ereh 07.-la.
L0CI5VILLE AJTD KA23THL2 EAHB3 AD.
to t ovi itAr roriw.
OEtt r PRlHAl" w" be revered M'J
O eulJ H.iMot, t.e ltb et r,
,tvn, HikSeao-sCltt S!ii.. tf '
tevukr aid av.viiii- f- i.l,-is,-t, t:.n
kf .ml'r:-T.(?i..!... b. P i. .
.- n id rs;ae4
t r ti Oril.
. 1 of tlie Loo
i ef isivor
, .-' Si -.cu
KM l HEH
R I l-n-iVI l.f S ! I W:il Ml-l!f tf.
at'-t at ef u-!ief lv.h r r; Cr on
Iaui ii.! tiiWi1.ilr!" : i.'wt.: . :'.: -'
ia!.-g 10 it raw
te ix.:ii,-d lt-.J i .-- r "1 '
lo le Uu-rv.;.4 ei-it t 'i-'- 6 v ' .
t.ue p' c ... ; 1 ' tr Ai'.
!y v--o-r w'. 11 - b-v. i ' " "
, tte-w rwroi.