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BLANKS OF ALL KINDS
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C ocinnatL,is aothorincd to receive and receipt for subscrip- j
tl -ns Mid advertising for the True Whig. i
iff V. B. pALUbi, Newspaper ihud Adverti-ing Agent, j
Brown's Iron Luu-iu I'hiladcpf L, is cur on'y authorised
Agent in tl. at city. I
RAIL KOi i KAIL.
TIME FOR THE MAU.S O il F. CII ATT t-NOOG A R. R.
Leave Nashville at 7 A V i I CJtf P. M.
Arrive at Nashville T A. M. and f,X P. M.
The Ma.ls for the r ssler nd Southern Cities close at 4
P. H. and for Way Officer Ya o'clock, P M.
Till HSO.'l?IOKM.' '"" 25.
- 7 Yveareautrtiriz-.it. ,..,,. ..... .. ..... ......
McINTOSH a a cas1i'l.te f r he oflice of State T twranT.
RIVE2 AND STEAXEOAT NEWS.
Tlie river was reported 3 esterd-iy on a stand,
with twenty-two iuclies on Ilur'n-th Slioals.
The Shylorl ;tui IV u call, arrived yester
day wiih a lihlload. bhe reports the Dr. Lob
ertnon ut Iteeil's reef.
The Cuba departed yesterday fur Pailuruli.
Thk Steam ho at Law at Cincinnati. From the
the report of the Local Inspectors at Cincinnati, (the
seventh district,) wetnike.tlie following abstract:
The num'ier of accMeiitu to eteaniUmtsi during
the year eu liug Sept. 311, Ihho, anu follows
Two sunk by uuiuowti aua;; five damaged by
collision, cau-ei l)y neglect to comply with pilot
rules; one deetruyrd by eoliir-iou, cause by neglect
to comply will, pilot rule; one destroyed by tire,
caused bf carelenes : on" damapt-d by ice, cause
Uliavoiiatile; one damaged by burst of steam-pipe,
caused by neglect to examine a vioibie defect; one
damaged tv burst of lioiler caused by neglect and
deficiency of iron Tolil twelve.
Tiiere were but two accident in thin district from
escape of steam. The report any "The 1 i t. of
boilers and pipe found defective is evidence i-ui-hcieiit
of the value of the steamboat Ihw of 1S52,
ami of the Hydrostatic 1'uinp, in finding visible
Two hundred :ind tw Ive Engineer and f')
hundred and MXty-fire pilots were licensed duiiti:
The Report Hpeaks in highly favorable terms of
the beneficial opeiaiion of th! steamboat Uw of
1862. The trial, f oBicera for neglect of duly
have been one tl iid h i-a for the year just ended
than during the yjar 1.'4. The niapeiimons of pilot
licence lot cau-ing cillNion, are now generally
proved to be the result of errors of judgement, to
obviate w hich it will b- hard to frame any l.nv.
It i recommended that Captain and Myites lie also
licensed, ami thai their duties be especially defined
Cletk of steamoaf are earnestly ri tj'icsicd tore
port list of pasinf.'cr- curried.
Tiikkk Mts Dko.nM). The New Oilcans Ih'.U,
of the 1S:Ii, fays :
The Soul hern 11.-11" report" that the fevpr lid en
tirelv di-appcared (mm all the Bends above Viek
luin", in consequence of the late heavy finals. S
also reports hav n m.iovera skill' near Natchez
Island, 111 toing t.p last I'ridav nijibt, by wliich line.
men were dr inw -d, h were in the fkitl and not
P"en hv th pilot, tliev 011'it to have got out of the
vray bS tin y inu-t have reeii the boat.
A Movsikr lum;nT Uuat. The Cinciniiati
Tiiiif, of tin: I'.hh, says:
A monster (n ight bout, Daniel Ci. Taylor, fiuih
nt Pittsburg, uin'ler the Mipetintendence of Captain
Henry JSyinuies, of this citv, and U-ioiiginu to him
and Mr Auiline Keeder of St. Louis, made hei
first uppeaihtiee at .. r Uie itig this morning. She
is all Mieamhoat, without the hint epritiklo ol
In architecture she eem a composite of N'ouh's
Ark. a Cines. j 11 k, and Ihitch gallery, with a touch
of bioauhoi 11." She is hermaphrodite in character,
being neither a side-wheeler or stern-wheeler's but
a combination of both, without being much ol
In her entire proportions, she is piganlic, and hei
model ill ull d.-partiiiei.tn original. As a height
boat she is a miracle of curiotuty and wonder, and
is eicitins a giei t seiisatiau aiuuiig steauiboat-meu.
She is feet long by 4i feel wide with a six
foot bol l, and will cany l .M'o tons of freight. Her
spacious guaids afford ample room for stock, and
her cabin or store house will acx omnidute a thoua
and "steerage" pansuners, or an alino-t illimitable
quantity of lieht freight
She has four 'JS feet boilers, U inches in diume
tcr; two eneiKt-s. wiih 2! inch cylinJ. is, Hnd 7 feet
stroke Her wheel are entirely aft on both sides
Of the stem, and are thirty feet in diameter.
As we have slid above, alie w as constructed on
au entirely iiewpliii, originating with her com
tua'.ider, an able and experienced bostmmi; and it
is believed that he hi almost attained the acme of
excellence in the freight boat department. The
economy of space is admirable ami the rare skill
willi which she was built is demonstrated in the
fact that htic dra'v vuli tliirdrn iichr liht. The
hull was built bv Hen i-'ouisiiiS. The accommoda
tion for her ollieers and crew ui e admn able. The
Ilaniel (i Ta lor goes hence to St. Louis, and will
ply ihe Mi-souii, Misi-fippi o: t'umbeiluud rivets,
aecoidmglo the iciiuiieiueiila ol trade. he will
Certainly aslonnh the natives ol the section for
which she id dcniiucd.
Can the Democuact IIai.i.y. Tht (.'hiir'os
ton Mercury, the orgtti of the lein.c atic
party 5 n South Carolina, says, "We Lave no
faith in the al ility of the I)eiiiocrntic j arty
It has Leon overwhelmed at the North by Ab
olition and it is powerless, either f -r its 011
ijjutual wnds or the protection of the South."
Suooting. A the season for game of all kinds
Is now coining on, and those fond of shooting will
be fitting up for the war on the Birds, Ih er, &c.,
we would recommend all such to call and see the
immense stock of guns at the house of I'a'l A Cun
ningham. Thesis gentlemen seem to have taken
great pains in the selection of their stock of guns;
indeed, they inloriu us that all their tine guns, are
made to order in England and France, and imported
by them direct They have them at all prices va
rying to suit the pocket and taste of every sports
man. We were forcibly struck w ith one gun which
,ey have for sale price f 250 whi h to our judg
ment seems as fine as a gun could well be. Their
establishment is on the north aide of the Public
Square, opposite the lower end of the market house,
ocer the entrance to which will be found what they
call their "yrrW jfun." octli 1 in
Fise Mhainkkt. At Mrs. A. t'rtwkers Mil
linery Etahiislilueiit on I'niou Sttret, will Im
found the luor-L tusly assortment of Head and
Neck oriiatneno, and Ic.ssing, we have ever
en in lit city. We understand that Mrs. C.
haa juat returned from the I'asteru Chief,
where she has, procured all the latut styles of
Fashionable Head (tear. IK r otahlishtnciit
aplars to ns 1 tally if at, U-atitiful, und ele
gant. Ladie ah are in need of ti immiius'
in Uiat jtartictiiar line, would do well to ra!! at 1
iln. CV and r:t their beauty more elegantly
O T I V i:
20 0 It K W A 11 1) '
ON 10 ly rv.-idi s, : t FellaWk' Unit in Nalivi!!r,
r'urit.f the -! t- ' i,a of tt.r M-;tii ! J r. a roa
tr ptK-k.-t l..it, with a fr-l da p H aioicn fium 107
l'rft H cotilalned t'ii In Bn Sotr. .inc rii'is auJ
three or tour Matik MIS f t xehaiy, tifneii b nijwU and
rolored by Ir J' hn Water.. Ai..., three or four Ui.i.k
promi"ry uote, ai'urd tj divmI and eiMkrd by lr.
John Wao-ra. Tlwr K naa 1 lotr are prn.tet iriu, wuh
Jut.- nwn', P , Mat-k . tl -Jf f the only b.lii ut noU
Urn'- J nsyTtf d tDtowl Ly Liia. Lach lu ci-
Th toove reward will b Jid tor the return i.f Ihe B.IU
and Note, or iuch Inior-' an-a will lead ihnr pr-ura-niri)t-rojxrtuMial
rrrd fur lha .eiurn U mH Oie.
All peri-. ara aotiOoa t Ut trad or utgMulm fur act
li'it.iote,, " miu wau
WEELY EEVIEWOF THE MABEETS.
Till" E WHIG OFFICE, ?
Nasuviu.k, (October 25, 1855 f
Duiii.g the liift part of the week under review,
the weather was mild and leu.-at t, but on Sunday
aflcrnoou a thange Oct ui red iiccompauied by a light
6hower, since which it was showery unlilyesterd.iy,
when we had a light fall of snow, which continued
for several hours. The weather wise predict a heavy
fall of raiu ft iih the breaking up of the present "told
The river has continued to recede since our last,
until yesterday, when it wau reported at a stand,
with twenty-two inches on the Shoals. Iioats of only
the smallest class can now make trips. There is,
however, but little doing hi the way of freights, and
two or three boats scaroely find compensating em
Business is somewhat duller than nt our last re
view, owing to the liht receipts of wheat and the
low 6tage of the river. There is, however, a very
healthy activity in the several departments of trade,
with ample supplies to meet present demands.
BANK NOTES AND EXCHANGE. We refer
to our Bank Note Table for tiie current rates of
Bank Notes and Exchange. It w ill be seen there
is a slight improvement in the quotations of some
Bank issues. Sight Kxchange on New Orleans has
advanced slightly, while thirty and ninety day bills
have declined. A slight decline is al.-o quoted in
Sight Exchange on New York.
LAND WARRANTS have improved slightly, as
w ill be seen by reference to our quotations.
COTTON The tiaiisactions still continue light,
and afl'ord 1.0 iudex to th market. Our quotations
arc, therefore, entirely nominal.
TOBACCO No receipts, and consequently no
transactions to report.
COAL We notice an advance in up-river coal,
and we now quote it at '.'SaoO. Sewanee coal is
siiil sellii.g at ISa'.'O.
DRUGS Hie only r'ntig we have to note in
drugs is au advance of 6e iu KueuUarb. Quinine
is quoted at o7fa4 per ounoe.
FLOUR The receipts have been light the past
week, but the stock is ample lor the demand. Wc
notice au advance of 6"e per bbl. in extra family.
Other brands are selling ut last week's quotations.
GINSENG has advanced, and we now quote it at
GRAIN The receipts of Whicat have fallen off
'(insideiably during the piift week, and with an ac
ive demand, we notice an advance in the price of
the better grade's We quote the extremes at la
1 "JO. The shipment hue? been heavy, and large
orders are till on the in 11 kc t. Cons has declined,
md we now quote yellow at li'Ja;iG. The receipts
are v. ry light.
GROCERIES The inaiket is not so firm as at
our lar-t review, though we have no change to note
in our quotations.
HOGS AND CATTLE The transactions in hogs
and cattle, mostly to airive, have been quite large,
and the preparations for packing in this vicinity
more than usually extensive. Sales of hogs, lo ar
rive, have been mostly made at Cc. gross, which is
now the ruling figure. Cattle on loot ure selling
PROVISIONS. In Bacon, prices are firm,
ilhoul change. We notice a decline in Butter,
and now quote it l.r17c. at wholesale. In the Rk
tail MtRKi'T, however. Hotter still commands "25a
3tl; Laid Eggs I'JJ; Chickens H'a20.
WHISKY has deehned to UliaKH,-.
For fun her particulars of the market, we refer to
our Price Current.
New Orleans Market.
Nitw Obi.kans, Thurmlav N'ip'it, Oct. IS.
Corr.ric ASnnt a,iKH, ', 4 nad rhineed ud t'ds inorn
iiK, h n it briMiue known that thf Alla'itir' Hitvice weit
1a town, auiiounriiiK a dei-ln.e ..f ',! a L11 ri.,i All r
llni nr f'eiorn g. uern.ly ttave ahoui 'i of a cent,
Niid tiiiiiK sJ. hbaiet rre "-util at this re-.uiuii, oiaking a
Ujlal ut ?,sju hah t, for the husinei" of lit djy.
lufrriur none M iiilliuj: Fair ra 10
Ordinary Ii c :V'air l!'ltiV
Mi-Mlmi; s'- sv i.Hfl Fair (,ftil
iiuud .MidUhug. ... i Hi t','t -li-HMl niid Flue. . . .
Cotton aud Tobacco EtatemeLt
RALIM OOTlDX. IIUl'S TnlUCVO.
HU.rk on hand Sri.t. 1, l"w 40, i. UJi'i
lire, ived ,i,rc Zjl,.'. '.'. 1 ,1 H
U-eived to-day 4, I'd t!,rG C6 1.970
I rpofted t.i-ii.iv
rx;.ert-d jin-vioa-l . .
l'i4,:el lo7 C.'.v 4 44 4 5U
ht-a-k on hand not r'.earrd lj;,-'is V,i'5
'itvo Nc.:Kin (t-Miij;.
Si i.ak M ok.-t leaw, will; ef ,'C hi ds. common at
.Yi.Vve:, and V. at. C,-:l,lv, '01 Fn t' fully Fair.
M.1LAS.-KS Sale- hue-, f r.' il fennrli line at 2Uo, 9 hhli.
Drw ai .md lit ha!f hh'j. aii 11. w at Hie per .i Ion.
Coas S'railv, wiih tat" of i 11 "ma. kn of which 10 new
at Hc, Sift pruue new at Tie, aiul J4U prime old at b'JO per
lm-1 , .-1
t'orrna Tworarporn of ,4 rfl an.) H,r 0 bapi tilow.
si.t l.non k L venx.ol e..ame were Juld at f)l 25, and
C,ih..i Im.liels Mnr-allu at 41V-.
r kM huk- ery lilltt d'linf;.
S el linn
New Ynrk Sutv II y Hills
New Vol k Si;M I'le ck
W V V cnt jireia.
f Jf7 y.( , . s:t V' d .lUr
H Y c. nt dig.
Fii.hts oiif .l,i. m iki-ti iii t r Liverpool t '4d for
Coin. ii, one f r It t.in at ""d 'turd for Havre ai lc
for oitton, and &ic Hr hulo I f r .iru.
Jeircrson City Cattle arkct.
TiiDust.AT Sum, Oct. Ji
Arrived to-day 54 Western lres, hogs, .184 sheep,
and 5ti mdeh cow. The market to-day was somrwhal ac
tive, and pi H um tiriu at uur yautaUolo., vix :
Beef Ca'tle, (Western,) flue to choice.... btfi
" " " rough to fir .... - (,0 9
" " Texas and Atiakapas 4V (,t t
Sheep in lota, wr head H On i,1t 8 75
" " choice 4 ini (f, 4 .VI
Milch Cowa, srttinary, per heafl Rl isi Wt ist
" " choice 5. is til,'' 00
Calves and Yearlings 7 50 till U)
To Country Merchants and Planters.
IJOOTS AM) SHOES.
j viioi.i:vi.i: . m iei:taii..
J 1 4 Ol I.I.(.i: M ., MIVII.I.I .
1 II f. are r"eeling our entire FU atk ot GentJemans',
La.lie.', M. -mr'. I lid 'reus', Negro Itrogsus, sole lealh-
him . . r- rr 1 ill, garnet .
i Tl llir, Hovs' i I. Hi Caps, Pianuals u B Ji J
,!l'rs7Jl Wik.1 HaU, Ac , !,- k will I .-oiif fcf
- -I'll, -T irm a.ys. our storg i lag'' l'fta
and ha. I. m .rlrced expr.-fc.ly or the Full an I U luler
trade, and t-tuimees all of l.e t-csl st;!r of Pl:iladeiphia
and Nw FrprUn XSanufs.-'iii-rn
t PI.NK and MtK CHANTS will find It to their
ioirr'rf u. ell a id xm tie "ur k, we r Jet'-ri.io.-d lu
t.Oer OihsI. aM..w price. Ue bavt en.tsnfl. en timi' a
large st.K-k rf the b.t li I" HI E Sol.fc II BR'MlANS for
Ptanubku tiw,a li.ch we wul sell low by the caae or sing's)
Cents Clf W.ter Proof .nj S:ltrhri IUki's;
l.w qunrtrred tStf and Patent Shoe;
Mens' Cab -i J Kp I'rg.'rd Uool;
Call a'Kl K p Hioc .in;
Xieia.; u-aHrf fcl.ot;
It.? ( . f ii. .1 K:p Boom; V u'li.' CaiT and K.p Boots;
La.Ue'auiKr 1'iain a.'d Tipml Lasting Uainsra;
M h'-s r4 tiailera,
" ' Hlme KJ Gaitrra;
" Kid ami G t Hrii U..U;
Lule. Long iiiiv $ I .M
Also, a fun nmmtM rnuci uf Mm-a' and Oi:i.ifr-t' Pmitees
and Gaite'4 C. W. ROBERTS- N A CO,
o,.-i n N 14 Vlb-tr-t.
I I.I. A t I lLH.tTt
HAVE ju iveived a frw of the r-i Miani K.f1-a,mad
lu -.trr In tA ul .h G .vei usirnt sh-n Tk K it
nl !.o.a ri b aocara y i n yai d, a proved ty actual
perunrt.t t lm eetHut 'p d, a here ih i-uo-u sootier bar
Leru k-IWd I y tl .ia at thai ul.uc.
lu a.t.liuon to the Kr'ul.u.,n U 6-t, T t C. hav also
tha nisisiiP SkpsrliNK llllle( wala af smaiWr
gva, lr th vurpuM if Deer llunnnsr, Call anil ac
ll.ein at tha aitf otf Til a Dili . I N,M
urt 4 1 Noitn Side Ful-U- r.Ur '
rtT STKEb HOE.l:
8 .1.1 1 BOX VICKH;
fTOfKS AND DIKs;
CHAINS OK AM. KI U?;
MILL gAWS. CUT10N CARDS;
I'OCKKT AND TAbLE KKIVE?;
PAD-IOCKS, F1I.KS, HINGF.3;
HATCH KT.s, "AMMEKS, AXES;
Xj& A gwl stock of CASTINGS, and a coraplele assortccnt
alwy in store.
wiioi.i.sai.i: ii:ici: ci ititi'.'VT.
A.vKS. I nyjvu
r.oilin A n I Hertford i13h14' "Vmmon,
11. Collins other make 8al4 Kine washed ,
20a22e Oretn, lb fi)tfaT)tf
Dry Salted " 12413
14 ! HONEY.
2fi'??,-.'7 Strained, t lb 8"?12J
4042 Comb, ft. l'Jai2
Mould Tallow, f K
Common Casting ft 45 Cwracas s t ft) $1,15(1,50
Mill Cranks iudi;eons 4 ne.AU.
Wagon Boxes, Mb Wif, flb,
Western Reserve, V'ft 1112 ' ' LEATHER.
English Dairy, " 14 Sole, oak tanned, tt ltp.'il
COAL. fcktrtinp, " 'lbJ,i6
Cumberland, J bushel Sr.HCtl ! MOLASSES.
S-:waaee, V b.ih I, IsQW New Orleans, t Rallon 8540
17?J1S Golden Syrup "
151 lOd, V'i'P,
40c Lara, ?j gallon,
none. Tanner's, fral
( do sup. jful
Ala. A Ten, th ti VQsh l'AINTd.
i COTTON YARNS. ; White lead, in oil, per
1 "0(1 and S0O he doi kes: $2 5)5
6iki e " Chrome Green, $ ft) 8540
i Ms) 10c " Snauish Brown " 4(ii5
) 4iS lie "I PROVISIONS.
a-4 Sheeting Hc yd Bacon Hams, Tt 1213
O'nalmrir 12 V40 I do shoulders
Tent Cloth, S yds I do aides.
Tnrpaulin Cloth. 6aSc
I do hogroiud "
5 OOaC bit
nnmin a I
Twilled B.iLXiuir, 12feal4 I'ork
Mariner'sitripc-s, Haiti IButter, '
Denims. l.ra2S Lard "
! Heavy WiKilen Jeans, 4oa4.r iMeal, bushel
Laidsor Linseys, Siutf) lEjrga,
1 S-amless hags, $4 HO doi RICK.
Patent machine, sewed, 4i Carolina, fresh, y ft)
! DltL'US AND liYESll FKS. I SALT.
Aloe s j a
2-)(5J, Barrel, bushel,
Alum. " 6:tt
j.sivk une ft hag.
Assafaetida " 40
Borax Crude " 8)iVi5
I do coarse
" refined " 4o(.j,l5 iCIover, none
Brimstone, roll ' 576 Millett none
Cainphorretined 5ii;otl Timothy, none
Cantharides " $2..V.c,r.,n I'lux Seed, ": S
Castor oil ) at.i l,5o.'iil 6U Herd's Craw, $1 5"2 tl
, '- tti M(fn I SHOT.
6a7 Buck, T hair, $2,l.r G2,.M;
" TCf'iH SOAP. :
" 8je(?.so Cincinnati, hrown 6 5
' 6."i.(,7u Turpentine Bar " 9JtlO
" l,Vi Castile 41 Win. i-or " 17(y2u 1
" tl,2.Vl,5": STEEL. !
nnen lil stei p H Cx'
. y liui'ie,
; sUirar Lead,
$ 7,oi "St 7,5"
8 7f $t 01
New Orleans. $J tb
Havana, wnite "
I Loaf, "
Q,-i (Crushed, "
IV, Powdered, "
85!?i5o I SPICES.
5u iGinger Race 9 ft)
! Verdigris, "
j Live Geese, fl ft,
Mackerel. No 1 V bbl 21
Urandy French gal $2,60(5,00
I No 2 " none do American"
" Nod " Yiit&W'-Hum, Jamaica, "
I FLOb'it. I da American, "
j St Louis, bbl, r one 'Gin. Hoil.ind, "
CliiCiimati, none do American, "
! Teuuessee, $6,5 47 5'M Wliiskey, "
! FRUIT. I TEAS
j Raisins, box, $3,5"4 rm'In.pcrial, tt
Alinomis, V tr, (ji--o,(iiinIHiwder "
I Apples.dried bush. 75 Young Hyson '
! Peaehes, " ' 7131 tHi lllack, '
Peeled Peaehes 2 0 M A I' KAfT'RED TOBACCO
Ginseng, W If., 20(2.25 Nareisw P. Saunders
GLASS. I premium.
Window S x 10, bx f ,IVft.4,.Mi Nectar Leaf, 6
do 10x12, ' 4,oo(i(,.'),on I XL, 8
do U X 24, " 5,5iKu,o,ihi F,
GRAIN. G K Lahbv, S
Wheat, ; bushel, $1 OliMf.1 21! J. Itan.loiph, X '
Itye, " i.oii il. M,PaiiV niitineg.
Coin, yellow " 8 Ji 5 ii Morgan's 7 lump V.rif,t7
Oats, clean" " &l l.t.ihn I. yon's Cherry, 2,Vr'f
GUNNT n AtJS. J. c. , m' 5 oa. lu.. 25i&
2"j buslwlseach, l7.VTt20 Know Nothing,
Rifle, V keg, 7 N
Blasting, " $s5.)
H KM P.
Manilla, $ ft, none.
Atner. d-w rotted y ft. ....
" m-Mter-rotted "
,laiighorn A Ar'd Jas River 45
II guiia LM Iftl, il,
, Rendered, W ft.
1-: . .. . . -.i M.
... Baling,' ft'.
f V Cider, W gallon, lil;
Bur, common, V ft
CTtf.v. . W1NM.
7Vir,s) Madeiii.V gallon $1,5012,00
7-' sherry, " $2,'Kifri ,,rt
ilVi Malagasweet" 5o(T-r,tl'sj
1' a-ji..rt, " tl.not.iMi
Champagne ydns $1'uVs,50
Best boiler! ron "
Pig, V wo
RATES OF EXCHANGE, UNCTERENT TUiTDS, &
C IKkhC-tlin WKKKLT AT
1C.WK H V AMI VII, 1. 1:.
College street, Nashville, Tennessee,
TENNESSEE, allnotes payable at Nashville, pre
do do do Branches, par
KENTUCKY, all solvent Banks, par
OHIO, all solvent banks.
INI'1 ANA, State Bank
INDIANA Free Banks 1
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia Banks,....
Country do ....
NEW YORK, City tanks
M ASSACHUSETTS, all g.md Banks,
VEKM )NT, do da
NEW HAMPSHIRE,!!' do
NEW JERSEY, do do
CONNECTICUT, do do
RHODE ISLAND, do do
MARYLAND, Baltimore Rinks
DELAWARE, all food Banks,
ALABAMA, State Bank
Southern Bank of Alabama,
Bank of Montgomery
Bank of Mobile,
FLORIDA, all Banks broken,
LOU ISI AN A, all sprcir paying Banks,
to 15 d's
. 1 dis
ARKANSAS. aU Baokshroken
i ILLINOIS dis
W IsCONSIN, all good Batiks, g dis
MICHIGAN, allgood Banks di
MAINE, do do ldis
eight Exchauga uo Nt York
do do Now Orleans,.,
da do Cir.uiunatl, . .
do do I-outsYuie, .....
. V t 1 S Pr
. Ut 1 v, pre
par V pre
S V dis
S l,r 1 PT
. par H pre
V A pr
"day Bills on New kork,
on New Orleans,
t. OLD American Gol.l,
sorcign do ......
ULTER " '
small silver change
LAN U WARllANtB 4sJ acre. $41; Sti acre
$121 leVi acre I
M.W TtU Of
Baota, Saoea, Trtuikt, Valiaea and TraveliEff Etgi.
j o ii ii a .n a u i:,
42 College street.
I AM "w reeaivlnga large rid carefully fleeted stnek f
H'xrr? AND SHotj lur th. rail su'inl Wioiar Trade,
of fie bet Pi Hade phia manutaoi are, tut Ladle and G.a
tietnsa, M.wa. Mvy syt Chtidrr. -
I would call the ailenlion r buyor to Oiy stuck of K.p
and Calf Hyv, Shoe, and Urutfans. f a cuntry trad., at
larce arp' " Negro B i(r;.isul Mud B "ts- exiraa ae.
My S10''K U varied ani ritccsivc, and i l s-. J cheap
"'r.uh. I ! JOHN KAMkl.E
Cash for Wheat and Rye!!
j u - i: i ii a n ii ,
WJt-ZaJt Corner Cliurth a ad Coliega itXMts.
(OIll. IN) sarkt fnai e!lit Ora, jut racaiicd and
tWHkrj D. T. DICKir,
septl No S Ci..i.-?e strrrt.
iivn it 1 N'iil.Ki'silOVKLS. SIFTERS:
i H'KAIt JACKSOX'8 KAS;
AUtiKRS, SI1KK' SHEAU3;
I HORSE-SHOE NAII.S;
; TACKS, CUUItY-CO .iB3, 4c, Ac
Brothera best TENNESSEE ROLLED INOU
: SPECIAL NOTICES
i WILLIAM L. MOESELL,
in: a 1. 1: it ij
Dry antl Sparkling Catawba,
K0. 35 EAST THIRD STEEET,
jyl6 1y CIXCIXJTATI, OHIO.
Paor. Wood's Hair Ekstorative. The testimony of all
who have thoroughly tested the virtues of this celebrated
article, is, that it will restorethe pray and tie- bald, eradicate
d sea-e of the Scalp, preserve the hair falhnp, and preserve
the color perfectly to extreme old It is now put up
both with aud without sediments. See advcrtiseroeLt.
. RecoveriDlt frora the effects of Fever. Bilious Diseases, or
"K continued Illness of any kind, will Qnd Carter's Span
ish Mixture tha only remedy which will revive their droop
jn constitutions, expel all bad humors from the blood, ex
110al20 cile tne liver to a prompt and healthy action, and by its
125((il:0 tonic properties, restore the patient to life aDd vIrov.
y, oniv TRY IT. A ninete bottle is worth all the
so-called 8 trsaparillaa in existence. It contains no Mercu-
: ry, Ojiium, or any other noxious or poisonous drng, aud can
be given to the youngest infant without hesitation.
See the certificates of wonderful cures around the bottle.
More than five hundred persons iu the city of Ktchmond,
Va , cau testify to its good effects. 4 t
fee advertisement in another column,
The condition of the stomach is of vital importance. No
man, woman or child can be healthy unless the work of di-
tf''"''"" regularly, thoroughly and vigorously performed,
With three-fourths rf civiliied society, this is not the case,
An1 Jtl the r;m;ll withiu tha reach of all. Hoofiand'a
German Bitter, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadel-
' phia, will as surely create a regular and healthy action of
the stomach as oil will les-en the frii tion of machinery.
Let the victim of dvspeptia or indigestion in any if its forms,
try it, and we guarantee a good appet te, physical vigor,
firm nerves, sound sleep by night, and uicr-.-ascd clieerful
Uess by day.
tee advertisement. octl lm
Pure Dru and fhcniicals.
LARGE Invoice of Drugs, Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Pre
St ff . Instruments Perfuirery, Farcy Good-, Brushes,
Acn just reetived and tor sale at a small advance upon East
ern cost, by A S H ETCH,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Corner College and Union sis., Nashvil'e, Tenn.
English Wine Coli hicura Root Spatulas,
fceed, Bathing Sponge,
Fine Tnrk-v Opium,
Pure Nitrate Silver,
" t e-pper,
Per. fhl -ride Iron,
soluiee fixate Iron,
lo i.le Potush,
Precip. Ext. Bark,
Sulph. Q.uinin ,
Valeneuate of Quinine,
fluid Ext. Vulrriin.
Isinglasa Adhedve Plaster,
Pure t'od Liver Oil,
Esst Imlla Castor Oil,
Homeopathic Vials and Corks
jSyringus of a.-si rted kinds,
i. Apothecaries' Scale and
Gaily Pom with Covers, (all
Bed Pans ( tiff-rent styles,)
Leeches and Leech Glasses,
.Fine Kose Macohoy Snuff,
; Honey Dew Scotch "
jP.erinuda Arrow Root,
Turne'l Wood Pid Boxes,
Pure Whit Wax,
Pratt's Artlfl -ial Ntpples,
Nipple Shields and bottles,
Refined Salt Petre,
'Frh Gr'd Cyeni.e Pepper,
Genuine Castile Soap,
Kre-h Table Oil,
iCork boles, Ac, Ac
100,000 oiii:s mi.i!!
ILOYD'S GREAT STEAMBOAT WORK will be ready on
J or about the 24th of October.
First Application of Stem.
l.ile of Jul o Fitch - Engraving of bis first boat. j,
Life i f Kobi-rt Puhon Engiaving of his first American 4toat
on Ihe Hudson River
Robert Fultou and Livingston's first Ohio River Boat Cor
rect Likeness Fuli Particulars.
Lalioiie's First Boat.
Eirst Steubt-nville Boat.
Fist explosion on the Western Waten, from an Eye-Witness.
Maps of the Western Waters ; Towns, Ciiica and distances
laid down correcilr.
Li-d f Steamboat Explosions since 112 ; Names of Killed
audnounded; last ol steamboats now auoat.
Correct views of Pituliurg, Wheeling, ineinnati, Louisville,
Si. Louis and New Orleans, in lb5; Sketch of each place;
pot ulatlon, business, Ac, Ac.
Fast Time of Boats on the Ohio Slid Mississippi Rivers.
List of Steamboat officers on the w estern Waters,
The New Steamb'Mit Law With Comments Life Boat.
Di-a-i.-rson the Lakes Names of laut. Killed aud Wounded.
Th- lliuh Waterlu 1610, ls:t2, 1S47.
List of Plantations on Miasiippl Hirer.
lii..ortan' United States Supreme Court Steamboat Decisions
Three hundred puges, Willi one hundred engraving; hand
somely bound By remitting Oxa Dollai, (rxnt-paid,) you
will receive a copy of the above work.
Order from the trait, solicited, and agents wanted ia ev
ery town and city to canvass for the work.
Address J AS. T LLOYD CO.,
oct 2 - 8m Post Office Building, Cincinnati, 0.
LIOXITIY A ! D (OHIUHT.
DS. C. W. CROZIER'S -
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July II, 1854, and which received tha
Prtimiuin at the Nashville Fair in October
lait Warranted to contain nothing- ia
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
THE under-lpied, having rrpeaudly been solicited to
make consignments of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, ha concluded to sell no more count' right Id this
Slate, but will in luture have the Improved Camphor Wash
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this State (ex
cept in the C'UuUes where tha rights have been disposed of )
and in the State of Alabama. And that be may be enabled
more eHectually to mas. this arrangement, he pr. pM lo
' divide the patent tor Tennessee and Alabama into 1,0)1.1
j shares, one fourth to be retained, and the remaindvr 750
j khures will be offered for sale. A person remitting tea
dollar will have one share In the Patrnt, to run fourteen
years from July il, 1SD4, and alii be at the same time In
vesting also flv dollar to be used Id the porch of the
ingredient, advertising and tb necessary expenditure el
the means lo prepare aad diatribute the Mixture tk.r sale.
Consignment will be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) aad to do other person, to tbe amount of their
remittance. And they will be allowed a committor) of S3
per cent on their sale, and also their proportion of Uw
profits at large.
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, and dividends of the
profit remittee! te each ahareholder. No debt will be con
tracted, nor will the Company be reaponslbb for aay, as th
burioer will be conducted upon the rash system.
Any of those who have purchased patents for counties In
ll.i- SUte, can have tb privilege of exchanging their righ'a
lor share at the price, they have paid. This exchange will
be ma le at the cost of the Patentea.
It u deairable to have at least oae at more aetlv sbmra
holdrrs in each count! in the Si ate named, (tebaertpuon
lur shares will be rkmrd by th 1st September next. Aud
consignments of tb Mixture wul ee ma le very xn there
after. Cert.flcaie issued lo shareholders, who will request
the Agency, If they deire it.
Trie undesigned will act Agent until the shareholder
rlirt fh'ee directors to serve una year, who wid bave the
management until their succe or lill be elected.
Newspapers In Mobile, Montgomery, TuacaUMiea, Ilunte
ville, Tsiiadega and Tuscumbia, that wid puhu-h tliia twwe)
and other advertisemeut to tbe amount of lo doliara, and
scud on copy, a lii reoriv one nar. Atdreea,
C W. CU0ZIMI, Pslentea,
jeSS K oox villa, Tena.
1.1 TTI. E GIAT
CORN AND COIJ aMILL.
KIKK.TIA A El. I. IN.
AGENTS FOS THX MAKERS.
UTEar AgenU for a Ring this eele braird Mill, and will
oiustanUy kave on hand a sai.pl y af earh a tba Uurea
siir, Noa. 2, Saad 4, ai Maaausdorwr prtewa.
Aisu. Ilocjr's f atcut suraw Cutler and Cor . Shellac.
et-JSlm K1RKMAN A mim
JI ST l'l ULIslIKU,
By tha Howard Atsociatioa, PllilkvIclphU.
RFfollT ON PPERSI ATOKHllixIA, or SeiBlual WcaVuees,
lmp.ilroc , lb vice of l)uan.sai, M siurtUou or relt
Abuse, and other lHaaea of IrieSeiaal Orana, wt haa -
ouul af tiie error and tfecrntttias af titlarks, and valuable
Advior to tbe AC1 cusl.by UkO. si. C ALiI'jLN, M. II., Cow.
ulling Sargom of th Uoaard Aaauauaaiua, '-"a-lTlirbia,
Pa , a hrnevuleat lnsttta kun tebtl-h4 by stelal endow,
uieat, - the ralies a! the sx-l aad 4aaiwsii, aittietael wiia
" uumoi aad Aps.iRiks IhMaaea.' A ? af u above
FVp.4-1 wiu aa saAl by sii (in a eeaiad eavsiope,) free f
el.arga.aot! eeceipl of TW rTlMrS ! r poafatgw. Ad
draas lx OtO. K. (JAUiOLM, N. S Bouta Ikialh
I'tuilnaclphtat, 'et. es-13 4A
i L"0' AI.E A sw-.U house uj L.I ou si.tue fr
" tri 4rt of lot.No, trd. for furti.rr r"ie. t I
! ulars call al t' is , e. iv-i.i-tf
Baltimokr, Oct. 2o. i
The American Convention met at Lynchburg,
and adjourned Saturday. Resolutions strongly at- '
firming, the Philadelphia Platform, especially tlie '
slavery plank, were passed; aLo, reso'utiona re
couimendiu an open oranizatiou.
Naw Orleans, Oct. 23.
Cotton dull; declined , sales 4,500 bales; mid
dling 8si; new molasses 32.
New York, Oct. 23.
Cotton dull Prices lower sales 2,000 bales
Orleans middling at S:J-, upland middling 'JJ-.
The regular Whig State Convention is in session.
Mr. Crampton, the British Minister asserts that
the attempt to implicate him with violation of neu
trality Iaw3 was tlie result of a conspiracy on the
pat t of Forney to embroil two governments. He
ititidiutcs should he be recalled uo successor wiil Le
The Ahica is overdue.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct UI.
There have been 8 deaths fiotrt yellow fever iu
the part three days. No new cases appenring. Tho
vceatlinr all this week has been wet a slight snow
this morning. The present cold weather will evi
dently cause the fever to disappear entirely. We
apprehend no new case3. Tbe refugees are return
ing to the city.
Arrival of the Steamer Africa.
. Ntw York, Oct. 21.
Tbe steamer Africa has arrived at Ilalilax, with
Liverpool dates of the loth. Cotton market closed
dull prices considerably lower. Breadstuffs have
slightly advanced prices generally uuehanged. Mo
ney market inoro stringent. Consols for money
closed at 87i. C.itton Upland and Mobile declined
i-ij. Buyers demand a reduction of . bales of
th wee!; C,000 biles.
Some circulars say cottua closed dull aud consid
The news from the seat of war h unimportant.
Tlie Allies are actively eugaged on the Danube,
preparing for hostilities.
Km continues to hold nut cuinr-t the Russians.
Sevastopol is quiet except occasional shots from
A slight engagement occurred near Kertch favor
ing the Allies.
The Allies are threatening un attack on Perekp,
and the botnbtrjiiient of OJoSrt is soon ekpected.
Austria au I Piuriia are uuch tnged.
Spain is quiet.
England and France are under great financial ex
citement. A su-pension of the Banks of England
and Fiance is agitated, though it is probable the
rate of interest will remain unchanged. Nothing
else of moment.
ISatimokf, Oct. 21.
The schooner Jno. F. Faidy from New Orleans
was totally burned on Friday in the Chesapeake.
The crew narrowly escaped aud arrived at Balti
more. Lot isvillk, Oct. 24.
River falling with 4 feet 2 iuches in the channel.
Cincinnati, Oct. 24.
Flour sold at 7 &0. Whisky steady with a good
demand sales at S3iaS:!. Sugar, fair demand,
prices unchanged fair aud prime, 7a8J. Coffee,
Rio, fair 1 1 J- Molasses dull and drooping, 3 So.
PlTTSHl'RU, Oct. 24.
River on a stand with 4 feet water iu the channel.
THE MOST WCJTBEKFTJL
Discovery of the Age.
n ,HI9 remarkable preparation contains no alcoholic stim
1 ulcnt, no essential oil, nor one uuhealthy drug. It doe
not color the hair, but acts njian the s rretinns and secre
tive organs, so as lo supply the former with the necessary
coloring matter, and upon the latter, so aa to completely
restore their impaired or lost functions. All this tha propri
etor has a right to say, for It has done all this for him. At
the age of thirty-seven he was as gray as the man of sev
enty, and hia hair nearly all fall, n off; hut he now ha an
nbundant crop, and no person would ever imagine that he
ever had a grav hair; and hi hair t s soft and pliable aa
though It had been recently oiled. This is not an isolated
case; it has done the same tor many others, as the following
certificates abundantly prove.
Prof. 0. J. AVood Hear Sir : Unsolicited 1 send you this
orriiticale. After being nearly bald for a long time, aud
having tried all the ban' restoratives extant, and having no
faith in any, I was induced, nti hearing of yours, lo give it a
trial. 1 placed myself in the hands of a barber and had
my head rubbed with a good stiffbrush, and the Restorative
then applied and well rubbed in till the scalp was all a glow.
This I repeated every morning, and In three weeks the
uung hair appeared, and grew rapidly from August last up
to the present time, and is now black, thirk aud strong
soft and pleasant to the touch, whereas I-(ore It was harsh
and wiry, what little there was of it, and that little was dis
appearing very rapidly. I still use your Restorative about
twice a week, and shall roou have a good and perfect crop
of hair. Now I have read of these things and who ha
not f but have never hitherto seen any case in which any
person's hair was really benefitted by the aid of Ihe hair
ionics, Ac, of the day: and il really gives me pleasure to
record the result of my experience. I have recommended
your preparation to others, and it already has a large and
geueral sale throughout the Territory. The people here saw
it effect and have confidence in it. All who have used it
here will coincide with me In what 1 have written. The
supply you sent us a ilie wholesale agent ef 7n .liory
Is already exhausted, aad daily Inqiiirie are (Bale for It.
Vou deseive ci edit for your discovery. I, for one, return
you my thank for the benefit It ha dure me, for I ewrtainly
ad desnairtd long, long ago of ever effecting any such re
ult, 1 congratulate yuu that your fortune (and a large ot.e)
is already made
Yours, hastily, J. W. BOND.
Cai ui, III., June ST, 15-1.
I have used Prof. O.J. Wood's 11 air restorative, and have
admired iu wonderful etfeet. My hslr was becoming, a I
thought, premature y gray but by the uf of hi Kestora
tive. II has resumed iu anginal color, and 1 have rm doubt
permanently s. MDNAI riktAKSK,
La -Senator I'm led state.
BaooirtKLD, Jan. 12, IS55.
Prcf. Wood Dear Pir : Utving made trial of your Hair
Restorative, it give me pleasure to ray tl.at lis effect ha
been excellent in removing Inflammation, dandruff and a
constant tendency to Itchiug, with which I have been troub
led from childhood, and ha aim restored iny hair, which
was becoming gray, to It original color. 1 have used no
other article with any thing like the same pleasure and profit.
Vou, irmly, J. K. ClUCrti.
114 Market St., St. Loui. Mo., March 8, 1S.VI.
Iear Sir: I am doing aa extensive travel In the Western
and Southweatern Slave, as Heneral Agent for Adam
American Lrnisaent, and would be glad If yoa would favor
m with aooruignnu-nl of Pro'. Wood' Hair KeetoraUve, aa
I feel assured wnat 1 can introduce it In many place where
il I not known, a aiy own head Is a living testimony of its
valuable properties, in restoring hair k iu natural oolor.
1 am forty year old. and my hair was almost white, but af
ter using three half-plot bottles, any haa r ia as beautuVl M.
burn a il was at eurht. M,i m9ch Improved -a appear.
,H'', aad I would not be without a bottle on hand tor tbe
price of ten. I should be glad to attend to any natter that
is connected with the Hair Restorative. I have been fbr
thirteen year engaged ia theyisrue business and will be
glad te bear n-rm you soon. My addrr ia Par!, Tenn.
Very rvspecOully, WM. B. BUOOMI.
IT Prepared and sold at 114 Market street, between
4th and 6th, St. Loe.1. Mo , and lf Broadway, New York.
For sai in Nashville, at Manufacturer' prves, by
Also, for Ie, Prof. Wood's Oriental Sanative Liniment
and Vegetable lafe Pills, warranted better than any her,
r the money In all case reffri led. Bee circular fur all ne
Cesaary information with agent.
C"! CNT8' TU Conrresa alters ;
I do Calf " "
Boys and Tooths Patent Leather sad Calf Cone-re Ositert
received to-day. Jul!" RAM AGE,
or . 4 41 Col leg, street
TOZ THE LADIltS-BKCriVIO BT XXT&ZSS.
LAMES floper freneh Heeled Oaiier;
Congrwa) Hreled Boot;
M Wm.w flmerfi-a tmiler
A few d-ea pairs of lb ktUsl styles and very handsosss,
u.l opened by JOUX RAMAtstt,
sepM 1 Coileire s.
noi.vr olivet ci:.qi:rt.iiY.
AT a SBewtutg of IS "toekhotdars of the Moaal CBvet
Oewsaury, beM at tow them of Lialatey A Crockett,
on Ilo day, th following gcnUenwo Vr kfiarilmimsly
A. V. n Undsley, J. ft. Buddeke,
B. W. Uaii, t . K. A I ler nail,
A. Meksoo, J f. Margao,
C. W. Nancw.
Alter tbe (taction, the Beaird net and eeranixed. A. T.
g, UadaW-y waa elected lrxdat, and C W . a'anee, Saevw
tary and Treasurer.
Ta Compauy U now perman-satly erjaoiard, and active
ctja nU b lakea taaaudiaUly la lay eg the grouad la
handsets ttyla aa4 ta ksnog the hw iulo saarkel. It M
ha lok'uUoa of tba tSoard af Idrartnr to .para no npwae
r patas ta aaska kt au;b a tsaatwrw aa la wealth and
i b! ear eosamasuiy rvaair.
A, T. IJ. UND?LtT. rreaUleat.
C. W. floe, ?-wvtary.
N-pi. t, s.W sap,' tf
FOR NEW 0ELEAX5.
fPHK AMERICA will leave Paducah A S "".I t
1 for New Orleans ou MONDAY, lyaOiTv.1-, 1
Tne Hit. ROBF.UT.eOS will leave Nashvi le on SAT l." 14
DAY, 27th, WilU freight and passengers for her. Apply t'
JOHNSON WKAVCH, or
oct!9-td A. L. DAVId, Agei.U.
EE3TJLAR LOUISVILLE AND CIXCCnfATI
rjiHE New 1,-ght DTaueht Passencer
A ann rreiht steamer Al.btlt
TINE, Mli.Tos Aiktg Master, luring i
beeo reuntly built for the C-tmberland river trade, will run
during the low water season as altova, and to all interme
diate Undines. Orders left with her agents tut freight or
passengers, will meet prompt attention.
A. HAMILTON, Market street, or
IL H. UAKil-ON, Agents,
Oct'22 lira Front si , opposite S. It. Landing.
SOUTHLAND, PABTJCAH AD CAIB0 PACKET.
Tivici; a vi;mk.
rtHE Tight Draught Steamer M0N- f
X. TlCtldAl, tt toriH,
H, Master, S-wCf -J-'
isrv next, T.1M- Ji'sf.- vSSA
wii run as arsivr- until Jatiusrv
alier whi.-h she will p'.v regulaily between ties p o t and
WAlT.sl!0!t(i, and all i-iterme'HMtc la-'ings. Or ler; leit
with her agcnU fjr pa-.su v or fieit-'it, will meet with proypt
att ntion. " II. II. IaRIII.-'ON, (....,.,,
oct.i-n A.HAMILTON, I
NASHVILLE, SMITHLAND AND PAEUCAH
THE Splendid Passenger Steamer s4 r-t i " " '( '
BLANCHE LEWIS, Z. Ehaw, ,
Master. This steamer is now being . iVsitMr aa-flri
6nlf-lie.l at Louisville, and will be here by the 1st of Novem-
. ber, and run in the above trade all the searon. lltr fine ac-
eoinmodaUons lor passengers, comtunea wen tier ngni
draught, make her one of ihe best adapted 1- h:s lor iLe
Cumberland river trade. A. HAMILTON,
oriaj 6m Agent.
EEGTJLAK LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI & NASH-
! VILLE PACKET.
T"CRING the ensuing season, the A
J commodious light draugh steam- ViJ - a- "!J
er, MAdXOLIA, It S. Scci-Dsn, .Mai- saj--.--V!1i
ter, will run regularly .ti alove, and to all interrr- liaie
landings. Being exceedingly lilit, (!7 inches nraugi wi h
upeiior accommodations for passengers, and ci-pa'de of
making q-oick trips. aoicits public patronage.
VT Orders lert with either of the tuidersijrned fr frc;fc-!.t
ei;licr way will meet prompt aitei.tion.
H. II. II A K I.'0?:, I ...
oct-2-Cai A. HAMILTON, f''"'1
REG TJ LAB KASHVILLB AND NEW 0ELEANS
THE new steamer UL'MROLDT A .'.",
Ti a) tons burthen, Capt. V. VC'TW
Stroxc. John D. Taylor, C.erk. ' ..ie---'
This steamer is now flnished at Cincinnati, mid reiuly tj
take her place in the trade.
The Uuiubuldl i entirely a new boat of the first e R-.3 and
built expreaaly for the N'.ih-il!e and New Orie.ms tiade
her LgUt draught (drawing only 'Jo inches water) will enable
her to come wi;li a 1-nd at.en others can only tunic l!;l.l.
We aoho.t lor her a share of pub ic putroii.ij.'.
JOHNSON, HOKMfi 4t CO, . , u
i.iiivj.im unvtii L r r
JOHNSON, WEAVER k C '
A. I,. DAVIS, L'. S. Mail I a. art 0!r,ce.
NASHVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET,
1 XJ ILL run thn ensuing season be.
tV twrcn the above poits. The tt
America lias oeen uorseu au.i i;ior n 1 .
oughijr renaired this fall, aim we hae 11.) l..ut-u iu fciy
ing tiiat she is, iu respect to strength, ecu .l to .1. v ...at in
the trade. Her e.ti'in has been u. iroi.!i; ot r..sui. d. and
the U aveliu; eomrauuit.v may r ly on this b.t for as mucti
coinfurt as any boat in the trade. Ci". JUu..o't i. i.g a
perience in the tra.le without tiny aci-ideut, is lulli .ii nt '
jirove ti is superior skill. His al lent;. in to p.i?-n;-e.- is with
out fault. For freight or passaea a,r'v to the Cai 'a.a (11
board, or JOllNiOX. WKVVKIt A CO.,
No. ti Mura-.-t it , or to
A I- DA(H,
oetlT f,J3 I". S. Mail Packet Oil -e. A.Ten-s.
FOR NEW 0GLEANS.
P.is e.ig.-r stearnhoHt A
I NASUVILI.K. Capt. Taos. Utu..
ffivDsn. will leave Isilik-ah for the
ab.Ve port on Sunday, the 4th of Noveti.b.-r.
Tti rrgu'ar pacaet "Cuba" will leave here 011 Fi..i.iy, ihe
2d day of November, with freiglu and pan npers fr lae
Nashville. A. MAMU.ro.M, .,,.,
oct 1 7 td
J. A. M"ALLISTE!t Cf.,
LOUIS 4 NASHVILLE EEGULAE PACKET3.
Tj s- tV
- A1.EOX1A, .S.t UK ll "s ',
Jahks Millkr, Master. J. N. Coital rr Masier.
ri MIE above steamers will run regularly In the Ft. I.ouis
X and Nashville trade durin the season. Their ai eoin
modat'ous for passangers are equal to auy ateambosts oa
the Cutnlierland riVer, and their re-pective offi.-ers w-.il do
ail in their power to add to the comfort of peopl.; traveling
with them. A. liAilii.l','N,
octll 6in AcnU
EEGULAK NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE
nHE New Steamer "'SCOTLAND."! 1 -.
X ton burfhed Cap'itin K. L. vi'i-ij
Disaeaias. This steamer, uow beingarf . JtJEOt
built at Louisville, wid be Auished by thts lu.h Novenilor,
when she will take her p ace ic t'ie trailo a a 1 tr.-ui.ir packet
The Scotland is an entirely new boat of ti e fir .i. . lass,
and buiil exctu-irely lor the Nadiviild and New tiikaua
trade her light draft enabling hei lo come with a load when
others ran come only light. V e solicit tor Ler a share of
public patronage. A. HAMILTON, I ,.,.
JOHN.--ON, IIOrtNE CO., 1 Afe""-
t W" We want to hira .Neisres aa deck l.nu.1 and
Dremea for the auove boat. 1.110 bra
" NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI PACKET.
flMlE New lieht Draught Pteamer, A
X BLVrNTY-KlX, fc-
P. K. BshalkT. Master.aaE
V ill leave Nashville every other Tuesday, at 4 o'. !. I' it.,
I r in otioue in U ailed .riug seasvu. A. liAMI LI ON,
oct3 tlin Ag"t.
DAILY I.I.H t' 1'Allll IN,
For Salthland, Padacah, Louisville aad St Locif.
CONNECTINC, at Paducah with Louisville aud St. Loal. L".
6. Mail Boat.
Leaves Naihville Mondays and Thun.lavs.at 10 o'clock, A.M.
triM.'iru ci 11 a
Leave Nash vtll on Tnesdays and Fridays st 10 o'clock, A.M.
M IIA.MI.II HOI K CITV
leaves Nashville on Wedaestays and Saturdays, at 10
The above boats are of light draught and lia-e gl sreom
mdations for passengers, and will run regul .r'.y in tlie ( uti
berland River Trade. One of them leaves N -hvi V ev. ry
day, except Buuday, at le o'clock, A.M. A. HAMILTON.
0010 (tin Aguut.
NASIIVII.I.F. AXI1 .TII'.IPIIIH
ITNTTE2) STATES KAIL PACKET LINE.
ii'T 1 -...a 1 ; sr5 Mtrvff iiia
J.G.CUNE. JOHN FTtSON. CITY ur HUNT3VLLLS
r)r Tlempaiia, cw Orleans) Sis Louis,
TRI- WEEKL Y.
rHI splendid new paeaeogev steamer CTTT OF IirNT
V1LLE, CtSLsa, Waster, leaves Nahvill very Mon
day al o'rbM-k, p. s.
J.li rU.Nt.Jn. Davsj, Master, leaves Naahville every
Wedneaday al e'Coe. p. m.
JOHN SIMPSON, Jacs Davis, Master, leaves ?(stvij.
very Friday at o'clock, p. m
Connecting at Paducah with the daily InnlsvU'e and 5.
Loui I nflcl flat' Mail Boats, and at Msmi-hi with tha
pk-ndid New Orleans strainer Bulletin. IL 11. W. H;il, Ocu.
Collier and Ingoeiar.
Th accommodation of th's line cannot be su-pawd. and
paaaengrr will Citd II by Ut the speciiosS me.u of 1. aval
eiltier .North or South.
for freiitht ur naasaae at-uir to
- . . , .
. 1 itni.',
FIFTY THOl'SANU B.'SHkUl WITRAT WANTED, (or
ahlch the buht priea in CASH wil be (.aid.
RkYMOt. ll, FANNINli A CO,
trt Corasar Marketand Cdurvh (tr-ie.
Ta Mholrsile Grocers.
OrrlR.1 FOR (ALE, si hi Tobacco ManclSrSnry, Wn. I
College straat, FIFTIJOf HINDJUIU suits IOUAC
CO ef tb toQowlQg rbolcw brand :
V" hoses (OCT A 1XAF, es. I una.
V- 10 IU a do
i.vi do PiiDE of the Forrrr, t
15 do li. R LABBrS St N CLKED,
do JOHN ItH)LrU, do
l"l do H. V0K-1A1. S lis
i do JOHN LVON.4, , , va
h do BN11W Nf'THIVrt, do
, ll do J. C. HOItNt FIVi-?.
rKXSH STOCK GP
SOLI LI ATI! IS TELSK!!str, WisIM t Fu!a
dalpbui Maaufactare. mad the v.y assrt La.im TraveF
log Truss aud Bona Bex, aad a kargw aaasN-tiuaal ef
Md.uia and law pracad Tvw&ka.
Leatbar, W atarpiW, VvM aad Tapestry tg
AsbJaaJ ui Leather Taiksaa.
Bui Leather hsirgy Trank aad Va.lr.es, al! aa-1 a
eaeytnr. Jul recinvvd by JdU.H RAHSsuB,
ael.Si 12 C !- t.
U-tV tv ww
i.r.tif; stock oi'
FINE CCLD WATC-rs AN' JF.WE1.SY AT AUCTUN.
T"lITS,TueJav Ev.")i.;'. Oct. 16 h, ami io.ra-.rmw 3,
1 sven'ne. at T tVl.-ct:, we shtlt r5r th, rn-s. y,
lot d COM! WATCH -r-. v.-r r:'-r d.n t i- c.aract...-.
com-wHneSo t-ioi i W.i.cl.e f.ort t'.e m s! e-ktrateJ
makers; Ei-.-iif'i I., 'c', A:. "hr ) . r.r. I lepn-
AVat.-l is in . in '. ar..l I ii it'nj .: - 'S tne tier..
I va Wavri-s i!. f.-i..i:e: 6o 2f t'-.'d l-i'i't Vest
! ! fol. CI an s ti.d ! i -I--, t I' i ..' m I .r.?-r aags,
' Bn.cel--:f, !'., 1 Vi, Fe-ut aul Pci.oii-. 4c. e.
Ssile p-i::v-. w-:n. v r-. being t!:e if. k rf a -.-l.er
j dtciiiiiug i..i:Ki.'-i. f i-i -.-.-nelwju-Art J ar-'.'roiiCed.
or no tie-it! -aen i.;e:.T in-p ' th- --T, rr
tn.-ik- h i-t a
l.DI th day.
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Wirt- ' n-i i l i.n'er-' b.H.i.
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i Ii e:
n-.ovii-i "i 'r. k.i v.e r. it. ju.tr::u, I .sawji
!TWONli4K.) m. name! JIM and- ALKSItl'. 'ihcv a
at-uat ten'.y fc. ; .Vt-.i.i e. a.'; wl i-iit e-.i"P'--xu--n-- ri
wita vi c:n Lev i.u.1 rt ti.ej, na !c of k"i-cn c!iinctf,
ar.-i new silk Uils. JIM ss a' 1 five iVttei-.-f.t It.etiea
high: w-;g'.iaN-t t.; ' It w-ltf rric-l, ?.',? forer.-.Tl rn-i
pleasing eeunfea .r..:--; -i-sks q i-.ca wh---i .-Jtef! ; v-a
rnied in Vii:iAei-n c - . -Iy t-y il."r.ij's V '..-it. ALVtK.
is altout 5 T "l-.-s .!.; "w.-v:,s .'-. et 1T3 '.b-; r im
f;.ce, go -l e- u it-.a ::- , wi!i in'! r u . 1 tj. r; svea'as
rstl.er slow wh-Ji -:. k.-n to; r..i-er in l.ur.-t.'e? .- iiug i)-
. grn: w;is raiSrU py .-i. kiit-eris . i.-iios, j .....i ...i.-c. ,
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j Secured ;,. t:.ut I pel t lit -n.
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lloi,u, i. ; - - RrceiveU t. 1 f-r sa'e- Also,
a supply r f ..',! . 1.- P.h is; li n k. J. ii. -icr.Il.U
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O var.et 1 f l:et .' "he .11 :.ck r Coi bs. Alo.ftnm,
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Lad e .' ::l-I OeV- t-'-. e' ii'- ii o - .-:-.re.
Corner Co'lvi-c ; 1.:: i jitui.e.
SU?i'LEM2NT OF FSEIUHT TAUIiT,
s( pv :;;n pi nts ohc", 1
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ON-ndiifr- r S.V'f Hi'.AV. 1 e-t , i;p-ii -t. I Kf -ever
the Na-I. v-He ki-I flatt K..!;.Vfc4 ntU
j charged ut ra.ts :i-i teiuw :
1 Tzt a; 3
Stations to CLa'.tancrra.
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1 EE NO"-' c.-IVI P. 0 T2 CV LITIIS PiJIU.
' in Tti'. '! S.I.St.
I I'e 1 -s- . 1,. -j e. i -.-i'-s i-v as the COX.
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koo"-n !-i t'.is e a,s :-.. lo ; 1 . ' z IVt ! ;, : ar.d "-r :t- teu-
iCl.it li.i..e if i ;.J tv il l e rev ii.. a with
! ite .;:..;i i J !l!irs.
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f-r li:i-i. yo , li ..e 1. t:i; e. n u ..1 .r 1 sn! iU f- r Ian.
Tb'-sv I ir wM."'i ) - 1 '. avc , aid C.-.-, I w.il sen f. . t r. In
all cas.-s ai.'sin. x.t.e t- t! e .-.i rifi .!iiy of tikkaaes,
the .-;u'it of f -.--i a: ! w '1 .11. 1 .; tl.-.r.
Vic. ;.!. rie ..-c ;.. i.c i:..-.t i .-1.1 Lr 1:1 .., s u-v .iieee
j-'"'. y- J. H o t tl-,-
o uj f v...u -t'.
i w'u 1 til Ut
1 "F .1 "- ;- ' e I! in ll K- I' MARKET
i-KH .-: r.r liMil !! 'rn, at ti e Nash
ville C Mill-, :;r..l : ..II -.he w O.-.-wt r f rve
a call bt-fV re seltlrxr e'- ."--. 'Il.i-H'e we ..?a.I I pre
pared to . x, t t -s i-; .or "A ;.i- on -u. t.-i ais as w iil
he .:-f..c!..r. .iM;!M A CD.
fr" N. I:. V, , ;..-iv Ii p : cr.t bj e ilm uurlist
I rice fir 'i-..t ct. sn.-l iLnnrch
ciTii D s g::ain ssrAEAicrtS.
jell- ' 1; H a (-ct
M f.tioi s WATI.I).
I r u'in i i".-.- . . r ..'.it good iti.i.i y. onr N'eirroe
( I fioia 16 to A- . tt.w g.Msi C-iraeniera and a Hrics
iraeniera and a Hrice
K.-l-S v.. IMKlUt.
The A-tEft ltr,'". -v) Lomriuy of Lurllord.
I - c:.a-ttrei 1810.
r r f tT.ll .-.',- 0.
I tho. Ai.itxNn: v.,- '.- rn . k. E'tACjf, Pres't.
C" v.o i: T
. . .:. !'. 1.'. n'.!!.i7C.70,rrei,t
a. j. .:i.i.;:rr,.-4 ..
Kuw Toik Lu'i JjiSaratiea tVctpvy.
ACf''V.Cl l"l CAI ",TA, i--.i." si.
i PLINY FKn.MAN, t. : r y . . Moill.1.4 t KA.-.lil.I.N, Pns 1
I E'i r, ." !: ,:.e, ':'i.n I hn!! 1.. i 1.1 V r. s t .i r e.y!: ,'.U
' raurs. U. -ij JtkPtl .NA.Sji, Ai-nt
MAXUr.CTCLli AND IZALLIi IN
llATSj CAPS s LADIES' FURS,
ri'. 'ii .'tthlic qllu.-t.
(ri:.Ms; vv n: n;: :t:so.
I.ADILV FAHcY DUESS ITjaS.
Fur Cejes, Taitaus, JtuUJ, Viciorinn aad CulTs,
lr:iai;e i--eJ. )cut2dus, Erruiuo
zi Far Triniiainf.
1 si 1 l T.AM I s wi' ti.-ar in ni'nd th it t' ae ax
fY1 j 1 i'-e n "e-ut i f L A L 1 k..-' AND'T'-s J
F.'. T. Iils-s1 t ';a, ure now ren y fur '--..3
1 i 1 r aih!t.:;ic- a: luc lar tm-a-riu-i -f
a. j. FBk.visrri,
oct'." .3 fi'.v .Viar-
mt At n "in s iv t e or moi.;- rr-"t
bKls HAT scit issow re(y t 1 'Zt
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F.juar. 1 ii. ! wie: an el'gm ". !.. .' I
Diikii n.Vi f inv.ie 1 to ctil and K-av -1 1 .- .-
I their order-, early, i'bosa wt a lelt their aw" mm
order duru .' tt.-) t.k, will Oi.d their Hat reaJy lev
.iebvery p-..ay. A. J. Fit tN( isi-:),
OCt id No. l"UtH.e. .-"Ilur".
IONKOM fVoKt. t"fiWN HL"f.AFTtV, IVDrS
J 1 1I K BKilWS ANu fSAlU. ALL.Oia HIT. LA
These are antiivly new .lylr of gooia aveii.y lit at-"
tloa of all who desire i::'.r-.uir.g tasiy ia in Hat Ime.
(Ktl3 A. J. FaA.Si.LsCO.
( Al'k! .!"!! '.1'N!!!
H f r'."T AND B0T? CXCTir AND HX.-If
is I C A Pa .f trrrv ierr-"! i.i.n srS nnuli'! I..4-1;
receive.! an I m r,lv at the k A.-I.ION Al-I.,i
HAT aMl-Oaal.il, j. .Ji-aa.k. I? eaare.
ociltt A. J. FUANlliCO.
VM. M. LAVTC!, & CO.,
o. I J Notltlieril Wtitirf
Ol3.TlllC3tOX3., S. O.ej
1.4)1 Tl.a SALX OF
AWslt-iu i iui kvVi!lhrii rrcducc.
WM V. LAW TcN, 1
r. tv. uivr, '
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i Ji S. T. Ml L.
I nl.vbvKN I.aWTO!, Jr.
. ,' k. I l.iJ S Wureha HHK LAND WAR
V BAN i;. u.rsli'.1 wid i-y 'fce !-l.'--t rarl pike
K 4. B.tl
U-J C-nf. ,t;.ut No. '.I llea-lrHck !?t.
'HOLMES & STOXE-Y,
HeyreA ( e'v H barf,
CI! All L i:STO, S.C.-
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1. i.tt"i, A- c ir Piv-iu. s,
e.4g-n Fax..ka Lu. J.aW IVl
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" Jiua tit uialy
ttccclf iuiist rfrrt tjMtti,
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