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Brown's Iron Building, Philadelphia, is our only authorited
Agent in that city.
BAIL EOAD KAIL.
TIMR FOR THE M Alii? ON THEC11ATTVNOOGA R. ft.
Leave Nashville at 7 A.M. an 1 f P. M.
t. M. and for Way Offices at 6 o'clork, P M.
jyol h. R. ANDERSON, P. M.
WEEKLT REVIEW OF THE MiEKETS.
TKUE WHIG OFFICE, )
Nasuvili.k, November 1, 1655 j
Tut Weathir, at the cWe of our last review, ! fP of Hog, both In number and weight,
' . . . . , , , would cont-iderablv exceed tii.it of lat year, Mit-
waa very cold, ascompanad with snow, but for the Mqeilt -mVit-wt MIld i,,, mixtions Ue satisfied
last three or four days it has been delightful, afford- our dealers that this opinion is erroneous, and that
ing such farmers as bare not vet completed the put- ' there m'-W be no increase iu numbers, and but little
ting iu their iU grain, a verv favorable opportu-' v meZht: Lo-.i-ville was affected in a greater de
b e . tt- i f. rtm,h nf a-t vrt inD anv other con-
iti j iaj uvr
The ItiTKR has continued to rcc d slowly du-
ring the week, and there are now only eighteen
inches, scant, on H.rpeth Shoals. Only , wo or
. . ,. . , ...
three boats of very light draught are making trips,
but with the small amount of freights offering they
Cannot be making money. Business at the wharf
it very dull, and must remain so until there is a rise
in the river.
COITUS. The receipts are very libt, and con
cequently transactions are limited, and the ruling
prices now can scarcely be regarded as an index to
the market when it fully opens. We quote 67$ as
present prices. We hear of a few sales to niaiiu
facturers io the vicinity at 8c, though a large sale
could not be effected u: that figure.
Tbe present Cue weather is regarded as very fa
worable fur a laree vi-'M of the new crop. The ac
counts from the cotton growing di.-tricts are gencr
ally favorable, though in portions of the country the
crop will not be quite so good as anticipated a momh
or two ago. It is reported that the rot has ii jured
the cotton in some ol tne counties of Alaba.oa,
though it is presumed it will be to a limited extent.
From Florida we have rather unfavorable news. An
intelligent gentleman writing to the Savannah Cou
rier, under date of Oct. toth, cays:
"Cotton crops are much short of lat year. From
having, at the 1st of August, the best pronpecU of
auv for vears paxt, we have now the worst since,
probably, 1N4G. Fxce-sive rains, rut, rot, Ac,
have told lh- tale."
The receipts at the vaiious ports in the United
States up to the 27th inst., as compared with last
year, give the following result:
Increase at New Orleans, ... 101,686
do at Mobile, 25
do atTtxa, 3,046
do at Savannah, .... 67,786
do at Cbaileston, . . . . 18,912
Decrease at Florida, . . .
do at Va. and X. Carolina,
Total increase, 182,104
The steamer Africa, which sailed from Liverpool
on the 13th inst., bring unfavorable accounts in
regard to the Liverpool Cotton Market. Messrs.
Brown, Shipley A Co's Circular says :
The Cotton Market, during the past week, has ex
Libited treat depression, almost amounting to i
panic. ' The pressure has more immediately fallen
upon Uplands and Mobiles, which have given way i
aid., whilst occiwiona.Iv. forced sales liave been
made at nearly li. per lb. decline. The market
closed to dav with a little more steadiness, in con
sequence of the Bank of England not having yet
further advanced its rate of discount. The sales of
the week are estimated at Sl,t.r0 bales, speculators
taking 1,400 and exporter 3,20 bales. Friday's
business is called 6, mini bales. The following are
the quotations: Fair Orleurs 6 Jd.; Middling 6Jd.;
Ordinary to Good Ordinary 4jSd ; Fair Mobile f;
Middling 6 7-l; 1 air Upland 0d.; Middling &f; In
ferior 4a4f. Total stock of Cotton iu port 636,000,
of which ao2,HJO is American. Import for the week,
44,494 bales; including American, 23.4(H).
Messrs. bennistouu's Circular says: The Cotton
Market has been depressed all the week, and has
further declined fully d. per lb. The market was
steadier at the clos.
FEATHERS. There is an active demand for
Feathers, and prices have advanced. We alter our
quotations accordingly to S5a3SJ, being the ruling
figures. In New York, on the 2Cth, there was an
active demand, with sales at 46a46.
FLOUR. The demand for Flour is active, and
all that may be brought to market will find ready
sale ut our quotations. We bear of a few sales of
Extra Family at fS.
FRUIT. Dried Apple and Peaches are in de
maud at our quotations.
GRAIN. Wheat has advanced since our lat
report from 6 to loc., and we now quote the ex
tremes at fi 10al.25. The receipts are light and
the demand very active. Nearly all the wheat iu
the counties contiguous to Nashville and to the rail
road, has been sent to market, and future receipts
jrill be drawn from the remote interior conn- j
ties, which must, of course, continue to be light ;
We bear that there are from 60,"o0 to 75,000 i
, , . i i j
bushels at points on the upper CumberlanI, await-
ing a rise iu the river for shipment The greater
portion of it, however, has already been purchased. J
la other grains, the market is firm at previous
w i i . .w . . l j '
It is rendered certain that a very general ana
widespread scarcity of grain exists iu Europe, aud 1
already brad riots have become quite general, not '
uly in France, but iu several of the Germau States;
, , . , . i .i '
and we may well ask what may be expected, a. the
season advance, wuen at mis time, bo eariy id iu
camhi, too, the scarcity and consequent ilearuess or
bread, is being so severely felt
The Africa brings intelligence of extensive op
erations in Liverpool breadstuff market during the
week ending the 13th, at an advance upon "the'
extreme prices of the previous week. at rates ranging Irom (12 to fli lor He? 1 or, a
At All the principal markets ol this ct untrv, prices " "p lli"ii s",,,Hi i o 7 for liacou
... . .. . . Shoulders. At the rates that now prevail for hogs
are firm with an upward tendeucv. This may b ,, ,, . .or ,i . .. ta
r 3 Mens Fork must sell from the start at f I r:ou, and
caused in part by a falling off in the receipts, the m,er pruJm u, j,, ,,.1 proportion, so that tin con
bulk of the flour and wheat having already Ueu ta- sumption will he i.iCuenceJ to the fullest extent by
keu by consumers and speculators. j high rices.
At St Louia aud Chicago, the great depots for j PROVISIONS. Bacon Is firm without a quota
the breadstufls of the Wet and North west, the re- f,lo t haujje. Butter is not so firm as last week,
reipta ihow a alight falling off and an advance in!andoiiow quote lio as the outside figure at
prices. From the Utter place the shipments of m hol.fl-; at retail a tool article still commands
wheat exceed 4,KH,k.K) of bushels for the eaon. . , ,, , , . . , ,
. . , . Corn meal has advanced to 40a5 c at whole-
GUOCERILS. The N-k of cnc. rics is ample , , , .
to meet the demand, and price, are firm except 'iu , "J W -J"ud
llio coffee, which has c.ieu way slightly, aud we ;
now quote it at 12j13
The slock of Kio coffee in New Voik on the
26tU vsl 40,tsi0 !;;, inost'y in the hatiJn of spec-!
ulators, but a small p rtion of it aas on the market '
It was noted that there was an absence of a: y in
quiij from the trade, and alto spend itiv n.ve
tnt'Ut, bolders wailing for l ctt r pike. The Hock '
of Kio io Baltimore ou the uo dav arnouiited o ;
JJ.OMHJ bags, in addi.io,. to v. hich specula.or. held
10 000 bags, making the entire atot k 32,o0 lgs.
Prices for Rio, in both New York nd Baltimore,
rang ' llall. lieient advicea horn Kio de Ja
neiro confirm the exirteiice of cholera there, which
bat bad tbe effect to stiffen the markets in the Unl
ted Sute. Buyers, are, however, holding bark
for concessions, io anticipation that the cholera at '
Kio will cot seriously affect tbe market '
IIOG3 AND CATTLE. There is an active dc-
! maud for corn-fod Log for future delivery at 6c
j net, and we hear of sales at that figure. For beef
cattle weighing 6' 0 lbs and upwards, the offcriug
' 'g 4c
Pn 18 ' . ,
The Sparta TWs, of the 27th, says : "V e bear
' of roruc offers in the Poik trade at ft, and finest
'. 4 60- W edo 1,01 lhi,lk 11 ranSe h,R,,er
than this. I he vat amount of corn m the country
f"S bring many jouug bogs
I The Louisville Price Current, of tbe 25th, con
I tains tlit following remarks in relation to the bog
I The mot important question among provision
' dealers and operators id the number of Hog that
! will be fatted for slaughter the cnsuing season.
I Three months aj:o it was generally assumed that
eiierublc packing point, ai.d the packing of this
season will oerhans hliow an increase in weight of
j ten lo twelve per cent., but further West, where
crops were pod l..st season, tbe excess in weight
must be tnflMia;. 1 he number to be packed here
j lhe e,mlhlR 8euS0!l is estimated at 300,000 against
j 285,000 lust ye.ir, and 407,000 the year before last.
r r .....
The crop of trie West, last season, was in round
numbers, 2,124,000 JJogs. Ine next crop may
reach 2,200,000 Bogs against 2,473,000 for the
season of 63-54. The average weight will be less
than for that season, when the hogs were heavier
than ever before. Tbe number of young bogs lh;il
muft be slaughtered this season, it the number
reaches our estimate, will go far to reduce the aver
The Cincinnati Gazrtte discusses the hog question
at length, assuming that the crop of the present,
will fall short of that of the previous year. The
(Jnzrltc says :
As to supply, the general impression is, that the
number ot hoys in the West will fall short of last
year, when the picking was twenty two per cent,
deficient as compared with the previous season.
Thi supposirion is based on the following ground :
in ahnoi-t every hog producing State, the corn crop
of lb54 was largely Khort, and the stock of hogs
was consequently not kept up, so that the number
in the country at this time is not sufficient to make
a crop equal to last year's packing, notwithstanding
the present super abundant supply of corn. Then,
in addition to this, there is known to be a largo de
ficiency in the supply of old products that will go
over into the new season. Thus, deficiency in
supplies, suflicient, it is supposed, to justify the
rates that are now being paid for hogs, is figured up
by operators. Were the hypothesis upon which
these conclusions are based reli ible bey ond any
reasonable doubt, the result of the business would
be certainly satisfactory, but this cannot be said to
be the case.
It is unquestionably true that the number of hogi
in the country at this time is largely deficient us
compared with last year; but it being also true that
only a Hunll portion of the hos actually produced,
go into the hands of packers, it may well bo ques
tioned whether lhe present heavy crop of Corn,
aud the bijjh prices thut prevail for hogs will i ot
operate to a very large extent towards making up
the deficiency that exints in numbers, -o far as re
gards the packing business, and also to increase the
weight as lo more than annihilate the anticipated
falling off. Experience, we believe, has fully es
tablished the fact that the hih prices for Corn, and
low prices for Bogs, prevailing at the same time,
have never failed to result in a short packing of the
latter, regardless of the nnruber of Hogs iu the
country; and low priced Corn and high pi iced Hogs
have in most cases produced the opposite result.
I he latter, therefore, is the main point to which
attention should be directed in determining the
probable extent of the crop, for notwithstanding
the deficiency in number admitted in the country,
the circumstances referred to above, may produce,
not only a full crop, but an excess. Let us then
compare the prices of Corn and Hogs at this date
lor two years:
Hogs per 100 lbs, net, 4.00 f 0:75
New Corn per bushel, CO 85
Last season the tendency in the price of Hogs
was downward, while Corn tended upwards, and at
this time Corn is heavy and Bogs are firm. We
find, therefore, a class of circumstances iu existence
thai are well calculated to inci-cuse the packing.
Those engitged in the trade can readily see, we pre
sume, how this may be done. Out of ten or twelve
million Hogs produced annually la the Western and
Southern States, not much over three millions enter
into the ports of packers. Circumstances, there
fore, such as high or low prices of Bogs, an abun
dance or scarcity of Com, tend to increase or di-
unoibh stock, and this is done by farmers exerting
themselves to feed, or neglecting to prepare their
stock for market; or selling closely, or retaining
full supplies for domestic consumption. If all the
fanners in the Western States were to contribute or
withhold one or two llors each, to or from the usual
supply, thisalone would make a difference of half a
million of Hogs in the number packed.
With the foregoing view of matters, it is evident
that the anticipations of a short crop are by no
meaus sure to be realized, but on the contrary, we
regard it as highly probable, unless a sudden reac
tion and material decline should lake place in prices,
that th fmriilit'F nf Ikiit. nrbi will hA ponal to
lhlll of hf,t whi!e :,, wcj ,lt thre iU 00 an
increase of at least fifteen per cent This would
give an increase for 1866-6 over 1S54-6 of fifteen
c P"-. r J la-t year's
he (f oJ firolluc(l Ilow jn the country, as
compared with th.me of the corresponding dale last
year, are deficient about forty-five milliou pounds,
thus leaving an xeces of twenty million pounds for
& J V
Now M ,(, lltf jl.nlllj ;t a unoWn, that
prices, alter they reach a ceitain point, exercise a
gri-1t influence ou the consumption, even in the ne
ressaries ol life. The consumption of flour, which
is me pt line necessary, nil on last year iunv one
,., ? r i . '. i : .u.
flhirLf in i'lkritiemimii of hii'li rttLt'ii : anil in thd
0j e(U.h p1Pea preTaii,g (or provisions, as
would justify f6:75 for hog, we inut tstiniale the
f-llillg '"C com-umplion at twenty tire per
cent, at least. The prices current at this date lai-t
uws Wlt, the prt.80ut currency:
MessTork, . . f 11:75 20.o0
Bacon Sides, . o 12,
Bacou ShoulJcrs, 6f
Prices advanced gradually during the year, but
fully two thirds of the stock went luio consumption
llaf.'e at wholcile, and 16c at reuil. t)Llierarn-
tie are ilhoi.l change.
SKHiS Fiax is iu aeii ve demand at fl OOal 10.
Oilier ee.! at previous rates.
Prices of oiticr leadt.ig articles remaiti at list
wetk's quotations. For particulars, we refer to our
.HAI H' AM'i; U,
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f !! til l'Tk.f a.lu.L . ... 1 . . .. A .
1 1.-' c' lrul n-'l. n-" tj .rati Tjrrr S.rir., i, ...T
an4 kn.wn a IH K( lis. .T rXACt u . flcrrd tur ','
ala on -ouiuo4HO( Unas, 1'J U Iti ' U.
a n. win.liMs,
ck-iU OtrvaaC; Clwrr t,
Uuoi. worn, i! UUUI.III
"UAH and th MrSasl market yrkm pud tot (uosl ckaa
0. D. PICXIT.
H V I
CAST gTFFX nOE?;
8f'Ur 110 X VICKf;
PTOrKS AND DIES;
CHAINS OK Abb KtVDS;
MILL SAWS, COTTON CARDS;
; :i?tfMwi& tij tei. i 'rmi
POCKET AND TAHLE KSITES;
PAD-IOCK9, FILKJi, HINGES;
HATCHETS. HAMMERS, AXES;
PLANES, BRACES AND BITS,
tW A goo 1 stock of CASTINGS, and a complele assortment of Hillman
alwaji in fciore.
WHOLESALE PRICE CUimEXT.
Collins Co.(IIartford)tl3al4 "ommon,
11. Collins 4 other make al4 fine washed .
Mould Tallow, V m
20a22c Green, i lb
'Dry Salted "
14 i HONEY.
JC-'T Strained, & Tb
4U442 Comb, V 9
Common Casings $ & 4X(&5,Carraca Btg l,15ai,20
wlIlonBoVef UKe0I14V Pie, tt, ' 8
CHEESE. Bar, " S
Western Reserve, y I ) 1012 LEATHER.
EuglUh Dairy, " 14 ole.oak tanned, lb 227
COAL. 'Skirting, " 2S6
S'S?' tT S N.w Or,eLn"f gaiion 85 40
curr... 'upar iioue
Java, 3b lTtaio GoldenSyrnp "
Laguyra " iw&i: iaii?.
Ri0 " 12Xlt 10d, Jkeg, $1,50
COPPER. ' OILa.
Sheet, lb, 40c Lara, gallon, HOalW
CORDAGE. iLinseed " 125at:)
Manilla, ft lb 1S&20 .perm, " ffvJ.ftO
American Hemp, none. .Tanner's, $ pal IMfolW
Cotton. ! do sup. gai,
Ala. k Ten. lb 6 7ii, PAINTS.
d ITTliN YARNS. N lute lead, in oil. oer
700 and M0 Sc S doz' keg $2 M
6oo 9c " 'Chrome Green, ft lb S.'K&t0
&H loc " jSuauUb Krown " 4.5
400 He " PROVISIONS.
4-4 Sheeting ,c p ya nacon namn, y iu izio
Osnabtire 124C do shoulders
TeutCluth, (8 yds I do sides,
wide) 40c do hog round
Taroaul in Cloth. 6aSc Beef,
4 00a5 00 i
Twilled Bailing, 12Xal4Pork,
Mariiier'aatripes, 14al6 IButter, "
Denims, 15aW !l.ard, "
Heavy Woolen Jeans, 40a45 IMeal, ft bushel
Laidii or Linseys, 80a-i5 Engs,
Seaiulesa bag, $4 SO ft doxi RICE.
Patent maeliine, sewed, 40 Carolina, freh, ft lb
DltL'GS AND DVESTCFES. I SALT.
ft Si iwfttlOi Barrel, ft bushel,
Alum, " 6 Sack fine ft bag,
Assafietida " 40 do coarse "
Borax Crude " 8oa: SEEDS.
" refined " 4oC,45 Cl.iver, none
BrimHtone.roll " 6(&6 Mil!ett Done
Cauiphorrefiued SOiSitiO ;Tiinothy, none
Cantharidcs " 2,&('(t!.:3,Oii'Klax Seed, $1 OOatl 10
Castoroil ft gal.fl 1 tiOlUerd's Gra, 1 60a 1 1,75
Cream Tarter, ft S
Sale rat us,
6 a 7 Buck, ft bag, t2,i:&2,50
SSc((v5J:Clncinnatl, brown ft tt 5
ti.V(7o Turpentine Bar " 910
;J,.')0 CaitileA Windsor li&'iO
S American Blisterft lbCW7M
lfi17c EuRlioh do
40e(Ti 120 Cast, "
$6 jGernian, "
1 lHtl,15 New Orleans, ft lb
$3 75 1 1 m i Havana, white "
S,!iQ,H,M do brown "
5c I Loaf, "
IS!1' (Crushed, "
7 Powdered, "
855J I SPICES.
fcu .Ginger Race ft 0
f &9 i
Live Geese, ft lb.
Mackerel, No 1 ft bbl 21
' No '2 " none
Brandy French ca! 2,r.lffl5,no
do American '
" No i "
12fcl3 Ruin, Jamaica, '
Gin, Holland, '
St Louis, ft bbl, none
Tcnnsssee. t7.0i(7 50, Whiskey.
FRUIT. I TEAS.
Raisins, ft box, 304 OO.Imperial, ft ttt
Almonds, ft lb, -.'lllUuupowder "
Applei:,dried ft bush. 75. Young Hyson
Peaches. " " 751 O'l.Blaek, "
Peeled Pearhes 2 OJ MA.NCFACT'RED TOBACCO.
GINSENG. iW. Meredith's
Ginseng, ft lb, !OtJJ25 Nrci P. cajndeis
GLASS. premium, 85d37S:
Window 8 x 10, bx IS.VGM.NHNectar Leaf, e oz ls.
do 10x12, ' 4,ixiftr5,iH 1XL, 8 " Sur.TiW
do 11 x 24, " 5,50(6,00 FF, i Vei:M
GKAIN. G. ELabbv, 9 " "
Wheat, ft bushel.ft liKl 2J. Randolph. 8 " " 2.V(&
Rye, " NV'tCHi H. Morgan's nutmeg, 2."(!i7
Corn, yellow " Sk'i A ,11. Morgan's 7 lump 2.r.ij7
Oats, clean ' i (John Lvon's Cherry, .";&:
GL NNY BAGS. J. C Horn's 5 na. Ip, 254d I
bushelseach, 17fi20, Know Nothing, 30
" none. Langhorn A Ar'd Jas River 45
Rifle, ft keg,
V irginia twist, ft lb, 2."w2.80
Kentucky " HiuiO
Manilla, ft lb, none.
Amer. dew rotted ft lb ....
" water-rotted " ....
Bar, common, ft lb ? V
Band, " 6a
lbiop, " TViSH
Sheet, " 7,WX
Best bollerlron 5.
pig, ft ton 3o:jr
. .. .. .
nenuerea, w loaio
Baling, ft Tt,
Cider, ft gallon, 10; ft bl 5,00
RATES OF EXCHANGE. TJNCTJEEENT FUNDS, Ae
O.IKIKCTKD WHIKLV AT
It A Mi. OF iAM!VILLE.
College street, Nashville, Tennessee,
TEN KF.SSEE, allnotes payable at Nashville, pre
do do do Branches, par
KENTUCKT, all solvent Banks, par
OHIO, all solvent Bauaa,
INDIANA, State Bank
INDIANA Free Banks 1
to 15 di
PENNSYLVANIA, Philadelphia Banks,.
NEW YORK, City Bank,.-
M ASPACHUSET'i'S, all good Banks,
VERMONT, do do ....
NEW H AMPSHIRE, do do
NEW JERSEY, do do
CONNECTICUT, do do
RHODE INLAND, do do
MARYLAND, Baltimore Banks,
DELAWARE, all good Banks,
ALABAMA, State Bank
Southern Bank of Alabama, . . .....
Lank of Montgomery
Bank of Mobile,
FLORIDA.all Banks broken,
l.OUIM AN A, all specie paying Banks,..
MISSISSIPPI, uncertain, ,
ARKANSAS, all Bauksbroken,
WISCONSIN, all good Hanks,
MICHIGAN, ailgood Bauaa,
MAINE, do do ,
PlirM Exchange on New York
X to 1 pre
to 1 Si pre
par ), pre
Pr J pre
1 V di
X pre I rr
par , pre
IW 4 Pre
Cincinnati,. .. ,
do do Louisville
nday Bills on New Vork,
fr do do
H do do
8d do on New Orleans,.
60 do do
J do do
IJmsIl silver change
t a pre
LAND WARRANTO 4o acres 4I; SO acres I't; 120 .;res
till, 11 are- i 6")
S. .t rS sf'a.-a
Trauvjiortalion (o the list.
rpilr RR are no FOU Rll.ROli rtdL Trs fr..m Cm.
A cinna'l to Ne Votk ail o'.hrr ta-lro c ues, compel,
inr or the Prod -see ol Ike West, at LOW II ATM OF
FttMOHr. , ,
Proiny gam fjrr fROUPtLY, aad without 4eUn-
Th under 'tied .i:r'U shlpmenent to hi care a a
Ferwar er, an I nt lrf smm) lo any tine, we will act
impartially ta scltog -r OMislgDiueeu to hi n, the rmili
Uh&, lor th time beinf, offers li ui ist induceaMn,
BITI5 AHD SELLS 05 CO JtK iSSIOJ,
jlxd attkxds rzourTLr to all calls
l.x him li v. or m
Owsiil QowBiii Mere bast,
rti 1 i'lnrlnttati, O.
JJ u JJJ
LOCKS. SCREWS, N AITJ;
LONG HANDLED SHOVELS, SIFTERS;
SPEAR A JACKSON'S SAWS;
AUGERS, SHEEf SHEARS;
TACKS, CCKRY-COMBS, Cn c
best TENNESSEE ROLLED INoa
WILLIAM L. MORSELL,
Dry and Sparkling Catania,
NO. 85 EAST THIRD STREET,
j16-ly CIXCIXXATI, OHIO..
Paor. Wood's Kara RrtsTOiuTiva. The testisaoDy of all
whn kin thnrnnirhlv tested the virtnes of this Celebrated
articIei ,S) tha t wj re8tore the gra, and the bald, eradicate
j d iea-e of lhe Scalp, preserve the bair falling, and preserve
the color perfectly to extreme old tge. It is now put up
both wjth and without selimenta. See advertisemerX
! Recovering from the effect, of Fever, HM-ou. Diseases, or
' long conimuea mness oi any ainu, iui uuu vanci a diu
ej, jiixture tht only remedy which will revive their droop
ing constitulkint, expel all bad humors from the blood, ex
cite the liver to a prompt and healthy action, and by its
tonic troperties. restore the patient to life and vigor.
We can only say TRY IT. A single bottle ii worth all the
so-called Sarapari!las in existence. It contains no Mercu-
ry, Opium, or any other noxious or poisonous drag, and can
; be given to the oungest infant without hesitation.
See the certificates of wonderful cures around the bottle.
j More lhan flTe hundred persons in the city of Richmond,
., can testify to iu good effects.
See advertisement in another column.
The condition of the stomach is of vital imiwrtance. No
: man, woman or child can be healthy unless the work of di
, gestion is regularly, thoroughly and vigorously performed.
' With three-fourths cf civilized society, this is not the cife.
i&."0 i And yet tne remedy is within the reach of all. Hoofland's
Il4tl2 I German Bitters, prepared by Cr. C. M. Jackson, Phiiadel
. Irhia, will as surely create a regular and healthy action of
(aj the stomach as oil will lessen the friction of machinery.
Let the victim of dyspepsia or indigestion In any if its forms,
jr. i try it, and we guarantee a good appetite, physical vigor,
I'2 firm nerves, sooud sltep by nijht, and increased cheerful-
. . ,
ness Dy aay.
See advertisement. octl lm
Pure Drus and Chemicals.
! AA a..-. T . n t . i' . r i Ti .
cvnui, xiiBiruiueiiLs, jrenumerv, rnccj uuuus, Aruines,
Ac, ju-it rei ved and for sale at a small advance npon East
ern cost, by A. STttETCH,
Wholesnle and Retail Drop-girt,
Corner College and Union sts., Nashvil'e, Tenn.
Engliih WineColcbicum Root, Spatulas,
beed,. Bathing Sponge,
15 Fine Turkey Opium,
Pure Nitrate Sliver,
I'er. Chloride Iron,
Soluble Citrate Iron,
Io .ide Potash,
Precip. Ext. Bark,
Homeopathic Vials and Corks
Syringes of assorted kinds.
Apothecaries' Scale ana
Gaily Pots with Coven, (all
;B-d Pans, (different styles,)
'Leeches and Leech Glasses,
jPine Rose Maooboy Snuff,
Honey Dew Scotch "
Bermuda Arrow Root,
II urned Wood Pill Boxes,
Pure W bite Wax,
.Pratt's Artificial Nipples,
Nipple Shields and Bottles,
Keflned Salt Petre,
i Fresh Gr'd Cyeune Pepper,
Genuine Castile Soap,
jFreih Table Oil,
(Cork Soles, Ac, Ac.
Valerienate of Quinine,
riui'i t xt. vaierwn,
Uinglas Adheiive Plaster,
Pure Cod Liver Oil,
East India Castor Oil,
100,000 COPIES SOLDI!
LLOYD'S GREAT STEAMBOAT WORK wiU be read on
or about the 24lh of October.
First Application of Ste.ui.
Lite of John Fitcb - Engraving of his first boat.
Life (,f Robert Fulton Engiaving of bis first American Boat
on the Hudson River.
Robert FulWn and Liingtons first Ohio River Boat Cor-
reel Likeness Full Particulars.
Itrol-'s First Boat.
First Steubenville Boat.
Kist explosion on the Western Waters, from an Eye-W'tnesa.
Maps of the Western Waters : Towns, ClUes and distance!
laid down correctly.
Ufl of Steamboat Explosions since 1812 ; Names or Killed
,nd Wounded : List of MeamboaU now afloat.
Correct views of Pittsburg, Wheeling, inrinnati, Louisville,
J m. Louis and New Orleans, In Ib56 ; Sketch of each place;
population, business, c, Ac.
w nn IWC VI IMinut Ull 11111 1 l!WIW I'Jfl IUVCII.
, List or Steamboat officers on the western Waters
I The New Steamboat Law With Comments Life Boats.
1 Ihsaxter on the Lakes Name of Lost, Killed and Wounded.
; The Hiirh Water in 1S10. 1.-21S47
List of Plantations on MissiMippt River.
iW IN ES. lmportam United States Supreme Court Steamboat Decision
Madeiia,ftgallon L.SOtfW-O , Three hundred pages, with one hundred engraving"; hand
'herry, " 2,064,liO . somely bound By remitting Osa DoLLaa, (post-paid,) yo
Malagasweet" OuQtil-c j will receive a copy of lhe above work.
ort, " l,(Ka3,Mi Orders from the tradi solicited, and agents wanted in CV-
Champagne ftdoz lii(t6S,Nt , ery town and city to canvass for the work.
i i Address J AS. T. LLOYD A CO..
oct S - 8m Post Office Buildiugs, Cincinnati, 0.
LCOO.TIV AXD COTIIOIIT.
DE. C. W. CEOZIER'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July 11, ,,.S4, and which received the
Premium at ft Nashville Fair is October
lost War .anted to contain nothing in
th V M injurious to Clothea; also
r Great Pain Killer.
ri'MlE one gnel, having rrpeaudly been solicited to
X mkf rwgnments of ilie Patent Camphor W ash Mix
ture, a' included to sell no more cvunty right In this
State,,' ,ill Iu future have the Improved Camphor Wash
Miily ut up and distributed throughout this Mate (ex
cept'yhs counties where the right have been dirpoaed of)
ai A the Stale of Alabama. And that b snay be enabled
nr effectually to mane till arrangement, he pr pose lo
yii-'e the patent lor Tnnensee and Alabama into 1,000
ares, one-fourth to be retained, and the remaindvr 7Stl
,4 shares will be offered for sale. A pel son remitting ten
dollar will have one share In the Patent, to run fourteen
year from July 11, 1&64, aud w 111 be at the same time In
vesting also fir dollar to be used la the purchase of the
ingredients, advei Using and the neoroary expenditure of
the means to prepare and distribute the Mixture for sale
Consignments will be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other persons, to Die amount of then
remittance. And they will t allowed a commission of bt
per rent on their sales, and also their proportion of tb
profits at larg".
Annual exhibit of sale will be mad, and dividend of the
proBts remitted to e.-h shareholder. No debt will be con
tracted, nor will the Company be responsible for any, a lh
butinets will be conducted upon th cash system.
Any of those who have purchased patent for roontie In
this SUte, can have the privilege of exchanging their righ
f..r share at the prices they have paid. Tni exchange will
be ma le at the coat of tbe Patentee.
It It desirable to have at least one or more (-tire share
holder! is each county in the States named. Subscription
for share will be closed by tbe 1st September next. Aud
consignment of the Mixture will be made very non there
after. Certificate issued to shareholders, who will reqiuwt
tiie Agency, if they desire It.
The nnderrigued will act Agent aotil th share holler
elect three director lo serr on year, wb will bar th
muiagemeot aotil their succester shall be elected.
Nearipapcr in Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaieoaa, Hunt
ville, Talladega and Tuscumbta, that wi.l pub.i-h this twic
and other advertisement to the amount of tea dollars, aud
send one copy, will receive one share. Address,
C. W. CROZ1ER, Patentee,
lr?3 Knoxville, Teun.
CORX AM) COH MILL.
KIIIKttAX A LLLIS
AOENTI JOB THE MAKERS.
UTEare Agent for tliing thi celebrated Mill, aaJ WiU
eontauUy have on band a supply of each of Uie thraa
sistrs. No. 2, ( and 4, at Manufacturers' price.
Aiss Horey t fmUul elraw cuuers ami Ujm Bheller.
srp:s-lm aURKMAN Y s-LLla.
ji t riiiLiMirrj, 7
Zy the Howard Association, Philadelphia.
11 FI-OKT ON SPERM ATOKRHiK A, or Seminal Wtaknwn,
J- imootenc-. tb w of Onanisaa, Matarbatio or Self.
Abase, a ad other DUevef th Sexual Orraas, ui haae
Mint ssl tiia Mmn snd Verr-tKm of O lark, and valoahla
Adnreto tb Afflicted, by UkO. R. CALHOUN, M, P., Coa-
suiting rrgeB i.f lb Howard Association, nuladclphia.
Pa-, a Beavvoleot lastitaj ioa etatiaa ay (peeial endow,
meat, tor tlx relief ot the sick and distressed, al!lict4 with
If went and t.pt-tetnio Disease." A eery of th abov
Report will at by mail m a aealed eavekfip,) fr of
ckarge. an the receipt el TWO STAMPS ta Bustap. An
dres. Dr. tika). E. CALHOUN, Kev itsa N.oli Hl,
t'ltltlelpttta, Vm. orHI-f!a
POU SALIC A dealt boose snl M oa Fpisxt
A sue vt 4 art ai Ui li.
Fh farUrt pnk'
alar (aT at On a.
Arrival of the Steamer George Law.
New York, Oct SO.
The "teamer Geo. Law Las arrived with Califor
nia dates to the 6th. She brings 550 passengers
and $1, 670,000 in treasure. News unimportant
The whole Know Nothing ticket was elected.
Johnson's majority is 5,000. The Legislature stands
72 Know Nothings to 89 Democrats and 2 Whigs.
Tbe liquor law has been defeated by 6,000 major
ity. Foote, Marshall and Dixon are candidates for
There has been a fire in Jamestown. Loss $75,
000. Advices Irom Oregon say that Governor Stevens
New York, Oct. 80, p. u.
The President decides that Gen. Scott's Brevet
Kink Lieut. General gives him additional pay and
Sandford's cotton factory at Crawfordsville, Mass.
was burnt Loss f 50,000. Several persons were
burnt aud others injured.
Cotton quiet Wheat 2 15a2 20; white Tennes
see 2 20.
POILADKLPHIA, Oct SO.
Cotton Demand better, prices firm.
New Orleans, Oct SO.
Cotton Prices easier but not quotably lower.
Sales 9,500 bales. Fair new sugar 6ia6J.
THE MOST WONDEEFTJL
Discovery of the Age.
rpma remarkable preparation contains no alcoholic stim
A olent, no essential oil, nor one unhealthy drag. It does
not color the hair, bat act npen the serration and ecre
tive organs, so a to supply the former with the necessary
coloring matter, and upon the latter, so a to completely
restore their impaired or List functions. All this the propri
etor has a rinht to say, for i ha done all this for him. At
the age of thirty-seven he waa as gray as the man of sev
enty, and hi3 bair nearly all fallen off; but he now has an
abundant crop, and no person would ever imscine that ha
ever had a grav hair; and hi.- hair is as soft and pliable as
though it bad been recently oiled. This is not an isolated
cane; it has done the same tor many others, a Hie following
certificates abundantly prove.
Ft. PArL,Jan. 1,1855.
Prof. 0. J. Wood Dear Fir: Unsolicited! end you this
certificate. After being nearly bald for a long time, and
having tried all the h.iir restoratives extant, and having no
faith in any, 1 was Induced, on bearing of yours, to give it a
trial. I placed myself in the hands of a barber and bad
my bead rubbed with a good f till brush, and the Restorative
then applied and well rubbed iu till the scalp waa all a glow.
This I repeated every morning, and in three week the
ung hair appeared, and grew rapidly Irom August last up
lo the present time, and is now black, thick and itrong
soft and pleasant to the touch, whereas before it was bamh
aad wiry, what little there was of it, and that little was dis
appearing very rapidly. I still ue your Restorative about
twice a week, and shall soon hae 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 the hair
tonics, Ac, of the day; and it really give me pleasure to
record the result of niy experience. I have recommended
your preparation to others, and it already has a large and
general sale throughout tbe Territory. The people here saw
its effect and have confidence in iu ' All who have ased it
here will coincide with me in what I have written. The
supply you sent us as the wholesale agents of the Territory
is already exhaust.nl, and daily inquiries are made for It.
You deserve credit for your discovery. I, for one, return
you my thanks for the benefit it has done me, for I certainly
ad despaired long, king go of ever efiectiug any such re
alt. I congratulate you that your lortune (aud a large one)
U already made.
Yours, hastily, J, yf. BOND.
Csrlvu. Til., June 27, 1SS3.
1 have used Prof. O.J. Wood' Hair restorative, and bave
admired it wonderlul effect. My hair was becoming, a I
thought, prematurely gray, but by the use of hi Restora
tive, It has resumed its original color, and I have no doubt
permanently . KIDNEY IlKEFE,
Ex-Senator United State.
Brook rim). Jan. 12. 1855.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial or your Hair
Restorative, it give me pleasure to ray that it effect ha
been excellent in removing inflammation, dandruff and a
constant tendency to itching, with which 1 have been troub
led from childhood, and ha also restored my hair, which
waa becoming gray, to it original color. 1 bave nsed no
other article with anything like the tame pleasure and profit.
Youis, truly, J. K. BKAGti.
114 Market tn St. lonis, Mo., March 8, 1S53.' -
Dear Sir: I am doing an extensive travel in the Western
and routh western States, as General Agent for Adams
American Liniment, and would be glad if you would favor
me wiih a consignment of Prot. Wood' , Hair Restorative, aa
I feel assured tuat I can Introduce it in many place where
it is not known, as my own bead ia a living testimony of it
valuable properties, in restoring hair to it natural color.
1 am forty year old, and my hair was almost white, but af
ter using three hall-pint bottles, my hai r i a beautiful au
burn as it was at eighteen, and much improved in appear
ance, and I would not be without a bottle on hand for the
price of ten. I should be glad to attend to any matter that
is connected with the llir Restorative. I hav been for
thirteen years engaged in the same busines. and will be
glad to hear frciD you soon. My addrew I Pari. Tenn.
Very respectfully, WM. B. BROOME.
tW Prepared and sold at 114 Market srreet between
4th and 5th, ft. Louis, Mo., and 816 Broadway, New York.
Wot (ale In Mjhvnie, at Manufacturer's price, by
Also, for ale, Prnf. Wood's Oriental Sanative Liniment
and Vegetable Life Pills, warranted better than any other.
or the money in all case rvftmded. bee circular for all ne
cessary information with agents.
JT'IFTT THOUSAND Ounny Bap of gorj quality, In balea
of 330 bags Receive! and for rale by
octlO lmdtrwtw H. A B. DOCGLAS k CO.
FALL ASD YIMER GOODS!!
w. a. & j. o. McClelland :
ARK opening th large-t and tuaat clt gaut stock of FALL
AND WlNTKtt (iOOl)S ever offered by them, and at
price that cannot l..il to alisy the mot fastidious. We par
ticularly sk Uie attention of Cash Buyer to Mr Stock, a
w are determined to oBer great UxlucenenU to thi ciae
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Fg-tr.t Fl-unre! S:!k;
" lliin Mo!r Ant!n,ues;
" Striped do;
White do, plain and damask;
Lt Brocide Silks
" Plaid Silks, rich and cheap;
Fxtra super black Silks, fcagle brands;
Picti Figured, Plain and Watered Mlks In Black;
Fxtrs super wide Lyons Velvet, for cloak k drciae)
hicb French M. de L..Les,
" Paid Vencia;
French Merirx-s, all qualiUe, extra Cheap;
Plain Wool DeLanes, "
Rich PUid Ruse Bilks.
Lopr!us best Winter Bombaaine;
Super Black TamiM Cloih;
txtra Super Black Merino;
Superfine Black Cashmere;
M. da Unea:
Best Black Alpaccaa, ail qualities:
Super Mourning Silks, (do lustr;)
Black Chi.it, Print, (iinghanw, Ac, ie.
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, Ac , fte.
Rich Teivet Cloaks;
" M ure Antique Tama;
Klegant Cloth t'foaka, ia ail colors;
Cheap Cloak, in great varKty;
Flegant Lung fchss, iu all ouiors and alack;)
loc? ant foliar SliAwls.
HOSIEKT, GLOVES, &.
Our strk of Il.mieiy and Glove I eo'.ire'y eoccplct, for
Ladies, Misses, Cb-ldrco, Gent and Boy.
A complete assortment of Lamb WwW aud MerliM Cnder
Wear, for Indies, Geuts and Children.
(.enu' Linen Busora Shtru ast Coi'ar.
Our Stock of Stapi Goods t very large and eenplel, em
bracing everything euwpa-.ibl wub good tat and comfort,
a nd very cheap. Putin Laioe, Wool and I'niow Dan asks
with Trimming to mach for Curtain w l at very low prices)
at ta MtTKut oLjf an roux, 61 and 53 CoUeg it,
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
0FF1CK North. Wett eerswr of tbe Public Sqaara, wver
Dyer Pearl' Exchange Oir.ee They will lata nk act
Dwclbtig and other liut.e. Goods in Mora, sgaiasi Los or
Dsnuigs by Fir. Also, Msvrina asvd KiVisr bss fds, frosB
aa4 ta all port.
Aia VefTot tgiintt th CAnftrt of til Eivir.
JOHt M. KILL, JOSEPH TACXX.
JAMES CrtKHEy, TUOwPOM ANLtSSOX,
o. m. rotiii, F. a. owtv,
ALKX. ALLISOf, JAVt ILL!,
ft. U. GAiflMS, ti. R. ALLuWiT,
X. 8. IAEIN.
jom:ph VAl Pr-.
A. V, DI.TI IB, ;etary. "t-if
ttiM il 'T-Jlf II I .
EEGTJLAR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
rpHE New Light Eraugbt Pasensrer ,
a. and Freight Steamer ALBKK-
TINE, Miltos A ma Master, having i
been recently built for the Cumberland river tra;!e, will run
during the lov water leason a above, and to all interme
diate landings. Order left with her agents ful freight or
paaseiigers, will meet prompt attention.
A. HAMILTON, Market street, or
H. U. HAfUI.-OX, Agenta,
oct23 lira Front st , opposite fi. 1L Landinf.
SHTXHLAND, PADUCAH AND CAIRO
TWICE A WEEK.
THF. l ight Draught Pteamer M0N-
TICELLO, G. W. Cocca, Master,
after which she will ply regulaily between th
s au ws w-u vsssa scouaiatr,! j uv'
is port and
WAt rMiuriu, ana an interanediute 'amiings.
with her agent fur passage or freicht, will m-et
attention. II. H. HARKISON,
ocfJ2-6m A. HAMILTON,
with i roLipt
NASHVILLE, S2ITHLAITD A5D PADUCAH
THE Splendid Pasoenger Steamer A c " ! i
BLANCHE LEWIS', Z. Sbaw, fcrjOrT i
Master. This steamer ia now being sr'i. fi' . . -Sta
finished at Louivilie, and will be here hv tbe 1.t of Novem
ber, and run in the above trade all the season. Her fine ac
commodations for passengers, combined with h r liu.'.t
draught, make her one of Hi best adapted bent- for Ue
Cumberland river trade. A. HAMILTON,
octM 6m Acnt.
EEGTJLAE LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI A NASH
TCRING the ensuing season, the
- - iiiiijiiiinini.j. 1 1 i . i. urnuKU sieHUl-
er, MAGNOLIA, R. S. BctDDra, Mas
ter, will run regularly as ahove, and to all intermediate
bindings. Being exceedingly light, (II inches rraugbt) wi h
upeiior accommodations for passengers, and capable of
maving quick trips, solicits public patronage.
ty Orders left with either of the undersigned for freight
either way will meet prompt attention.
H. H. HARHISOW, i,.
oct22-Cm A. HAMILTON, f An,-
EEGULAB NASHVILLB AND NEW C2LEAK3
rppE new steamer HUMH0LDT jt cv"T' 1
A 1V.0U ton burthen, Capt. Wat. VTi'xi I
Stronq, John D. Taylor, Clerk. s i ""'taa
This stesmer ia now finished at Cinciuuau, aud ready t
take ber place in the trade.
The Humboldt is entirely a new boat of the first c ass nn l
built expressly for the Nashville and New Oreans tiaile
i her light draught (drawing only 'id int-bes water) will enable
her to eouie with a lod when others can only come light.
We solicil for her a share of pub io patronuge.
JOHN.-ON, IIURNE A :0 , 1 .,.
JOHNSON, WEAVER A C '., i An"
oct22 im A. L 1MVI3, I. &. M.til Packet Office.
NASHVILLE AND NEW 02LEAN3 PACKET,
ILL run tie ensuing season be- A S
v v tween the ahove ports. The tO;";?"" '
America hs been decked and tbor- ssxfc- ft--. rmiaUm
ouhly repaired this fall, and we have no heMta'.ion in say
ing that she i., in respect to strergth, ei'il to any boat in
the trade. Her cut-in has been thoroughly overhauled, sn l
the traveling community may rely on this boat for as much
comfort as any boat in the trade. Cap'. J ihnfou's fong ex
perience in the trade without any accident, ia sufficient to
prove his superior skill. His attention to pasengrs Is with
out fault. For freight or p?ge apply lo tbe Captain ou
board, or JOHNioN. WtAVEK A CO.,
No. 'Jli Market st , or to
A. I.. PA If,
octl 7 6 a U. S. Mail Packet OtEce, Agent.
FOE NEW ORLEANS.
Passenger Steamboat A
A NAiHVIIXE, Capt. Thos. Bxi l-
tNTDKR, will leave raiiwah for tbe i
above port on Sunday, the 4th of Noven ber.
The regular packet ' Cuha" will leave here en Friday, the
Sd day of November, with freight and passengers f r tho
N-ishville. A. HAMILTON, '
octiT td J. A. McALLlalER A CO., ( AlDU-
ST. LOUIS & NASHVILLE EEGULAIl PACKETS.
v-i . . J. . . , ,- . . .
A LEO. VIA,
James Millxa, Master.
J. N. CutBtTT, Mter.
Fr'HK above steamer will run regularly in the St. Louis
X and Nashville trade during Uie sea.on. Their accom
modations for passenger are equal to any steamboats on
the Cumberland river, and their respective officer will d
all in their power to add lo Hid comfort of people traveling
with them. A. HAMILTON,
octll tim Agent.
EEQTJLAE NEW ORLEANS AND
FlHE New Steamer "SCOTLAND,",
X liri tons burthen Captuir
iM!-MTis. This Meamer, now being
V being I l i i l I II tm'm
built at Louisville, will be finished by the 10th November,
when she will take her p ace in the trade as a regular packet
The Scotland i n entire'y aew boat of tbe Crxt rlars,
and boilt exclui-ively for the Nashville and Ne Orleans
trade her bght dralt enabling ber to come with a load when
others ran come only light. We solicit for her a shar of
public patronage. A. HAMILTON, i .
JOHNSON, M0R7JF. CO., f g,nu-
IT" We want to hire 20 .'Nrgrors a deck hand and
firemen for the'ahove boat. oct I n 6m
NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI PACKET.
flUH New Llnht Prauirht Steamer, .
P. K. Bskklsv. Manter.a
V II! leave Nanhville every other Tuesday, ill oVIoex. P.M
H'n ntinue In trade duriug season. A. HAMILTON,
oct J 6m Agent.
TJAIEY EIXE OF PACKETS,
AUOA. CUBA. EOCa. CUT.
For 8mlthlic.il, Padncah, LoulivUIe and St- Lonia.
CONN ECTING at Paducah with Louisviile aad Si, Loul C.
& Mall Boat.
Leaves NashvUl Mondays and Thursday t, at 19 o'clock, A.M.
STLAtlLIt ft II A
Leave Nashville on Tuewlay and Fridays at 10 o'clock, AJJ.
NTEA.III.It ItOCIa t H i
Leave Nashville on Wednesdays and Saturday, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
The above boat are of light draught and hve gio.i ac-oni-modations
for pas.Hengers, and wi l run regul .i ly in the t um
berlaud River Trade. On of Uiein leaves N hvl I every
day, except but day, at lo o'cicck, A.M. A. UAM11.TON,
ect3 m Agent.
?f ASIIVII.I.i: AMI .11 EM I'll IS
UNITED STATES KAIL PACKET LINE.
For Mem phis. Mctr Orlrant St. I.oula,
TRI- WEEKL Y.
rllt splendid new passenger stevnrrs CITT OF HCT8
ILLK, CaBLaa, Master, leave Nashville every Mon
day at o'clock, p.m.
J. O. CLINK, Ja. Oavs, Master, Uavea NashvUl every
Wednesday at t o'clock, p. m.
JOHt SIMIVON, Jscg Davta, Muter, leave Kashvtll
very Friday at 6 o'clock, p. m.
Connecting at Paducah with th dally touisvni and SU
Louis I'nited State Mali Bot, aad at Memphis will i th
splendid New Orleans teamers BuUetin, H. k. W. Hill, Geo.
Collier and Ingooiar.
Tbeaccocumodauon of thi lis cannot be surpassed, aad
pasaengera will find it by fax tb speediest mean of (ravel
either North or South.
For freight or pas apply
A. L. PATT.. I sgenta.
Ct JL HAMILTON, J "e"
T7IFTT TH01SAND BLSUtU WHEAT WANTtB, for
A ahich tb highest pric in t-AU will be paid.
l r j . i r ti . a l w t v s as
fckYMOttt, FANNING A CO-
Corner Maxkcland Church iiracl.
To iVholtsalc Grocers
OFFmS FOR SALF, t hi Tobacco Manenu-tery, No. i
ColW,. .trert, FlFTtkN UCNDRii) BOXtn TOBAC
CO of th folfowlnr choice brand:
bi it 1 FCTAR LAAF, oa. wimp.
F!Df OF THf SOCTH, do
6. K. LAUbVS SL'N CCKKD,
JOilM RANfH.'LPll, dj
V. MOROAV, S do
J.-ilIN LToS S do
F..VIW N.'THlNfl, do
J. C IIO&N'O' IIVF5.
Tllltnl I IZLD IKO.X JIAVrtLH.
rpillS msgniSceat tty'.e of Min'rl is fast Uking th ple
1 ofiil oiAer atmt iptions, bulb oa aeeouat of IU ap--
bcaotv, TUiha-zmt, tfurabu.ty,aad paruevlasriy ckvap
ass. H Lm th-sr ooMisooJy about half tuat ot tin real
garble, they lutiacd exceed th fori-r u bcM'y, h a
swperfor biww, ar ka Uabl W tutl, mrm amtt
pt clean, and Car xoe4 narbl ia dtuaM-itt mJt4 ara, at
he aiu time, law Hani U krosk.
Tb nders.goe-l are " 'aafa-rtarrT, W sj
jn, LuLgow A Co , Loujsvi ', Ky ao4 ill furs h the
to 0ir patrons, aad tb psibii gensralr, wtth graua, wa
er pienr. aad every Uuog oil4e; so I mU cpr
uad tbair ptttuag up. It aw ART A OWS.N,
But Wscr and Iuisre Vr.u(seUixrrs,
saarto 4ir hu.il Mrkr wt
OOR at a oprW lot al ftLAJlft BOOK. l-st rM-l4
i and for aas by
uiuu w. luua.
Ti.m-,1 .-ii ta r.iacr ,
lir" Phi&P Jbfr?fy
J.O.CUNS. J0TIS SIMPSON.
ukue STOCK or .. .
FINE GOLD WATCI1E3 AN1 JEWELItT AT ACCT10N.
THIS, Tuesday Irening. 0ct.,th,ard to-morrow Q!
evenins, at 7 nVock, we hll off-r the fines' fjl
lot of GOLD WATCH fS ever offered in this market, svshms
eom-ri.inr 35 Uold Watche fmra the most celehrated
makers; Engl'sh lever. Anchor L"rr, and Lepine
'tt"ates in open and hur.'.ire c.ises 'one extra fine ttene
v Vtatobe suitabl. fr Ladies; also 2.0 Q ild Guard. et
ud Feb Chairs. G.-l I K. e .st P n, Far snd Vin?r Kings,
Pmceiet. Loekeis, Thiml"es Peni and Pcrcil.-, Af.,
Fal- MMtiv-. wiil.'.a. re-re, being the it" - k cf dealer
I deciiiiine bu-inesa. K.-ry art e!e waiTapt. l a rvnrewnte-t.
or no sale. Gentlemen !iin m impevs me :,
make purthves atunvaU: iale, are nvi'l to exsmme da
rinStheday. BEVJ. F. SHlfLOr'.
N -. 42 Pukiic Sqnarei, .
OrtlH-'t Opiv-fi'e PI -Titer-' H"k.
RAN A WAY on Monday ni:ht, L.e Cts inst.,whi la thw
emploment of Mr. Chtrte E H. Iirti-i, of this city,
TWt JiaeihO MEN. riraed JIM ar. 1 A LHK.lt I. They
Bmt twenty five yemr of us; ot d irk cjsi'ptexiofr hmi
whh them a new suit of cloiiies, tnide of rre--n eak-iinett,
and new silk bat-L JLM is about five feet ewht iuebea
hiL'h; weighs about 1?0 lln; wc'! formed, hih tore'iead n"t
plea.-ing ciiuntenaoce; sp-. ik n lick when spoken lo; waa
r lised in Williamson county by Th.-ima Pctw.iy. ALBCHP
is about 3 feet I inches hih; wt-ighs a'tKiut 115 Ib; roc 0-1
fai-e, good cunntenanee, with ;-.3.ll nund eyes; fpeai
rather slw whn sin-k-n to; rti t-r ho l.uiii' Ie looking ne
gro; w:a raiwd by Cul. Thutr.as W'l'liams of Maiitjioiuery,
Ai I willgh-e 't aiove rard ii '.bey are taaan and
secure ! o t.'jit I g-.t them,
mj-t If C. L. SrLSOX.
wi-i ftt rr- p: T?T n
EUPPLIHrNT OF FHxIGKT TARIFF.
SrPr'R!NT:.N'HNT"St 0?nC'-, J
NiSiiriLt f HATTlSMCi K.UI kCAO, Oc-. 10, 153. f
ON and after S ATI. KiA Y, 2' ii. in.-: , Gmin and Floor
over the Na-hvi'V and Chananc ga Kilroad wiil ba
chargi-d at ra.e- aJ ton :
EUUols to Chattanooga.
u. - a -
! i ci
From Naliv:J-, tsvi-riTie and
?mvrr 10 cU. 3 cti. 6c's.43cU.
i lu'J fr. estmro', Cl:ii--Uar t
and F,'frn,iy 9 " " C " 40"
" Bellbu.-i.le, t.-.rt,-. c. .-Vv.-
brvilK-aud Nnmsndv.... S " I " 5" 33"
Tullihomi. K--rit: Sprire-,
lYcr.crd and LVwan. .. T " 9 " 5 CO
Tant-jlip, Andt-rsoa and
Stevenson 6 " 3 " 4 S3
Prii'gciiort, t)r.e:iii;.uou and
WhiieJe 3 " 4 " - 2) "
: From C"ittronca, fche'.t-jiounrt.
and W h.(iJe.. .. .....
Bi'iiiepoi. h,-ensot:, An-
dvnon and Tar.'.ulnn
C.w;n, IKclicr-I. F-r.:;'i
C " 41
3 " M 1
Sprinsr1 arot Ti'l!nhorr. . .
" NormnT, VrtT:ice .'-:.
Ftfervill-, i hri-t..-ma sr.d
" Florence, nmjriii and L
Flour at li.e alnve rutes to i- A,
F.vebarreU and opwad", at -ne t
T 0 3 " 80
5 4 u 23
.1 4 " r. M Srt '
1 ped in lot of seventv-
m e, wl en :n le-j qnatti-
tie, five cenn per hurrei In be ad
bf tran rted on the t-aic terras,
chp'ceil as one barrel.
'e.l. F.cur in eacks wi l
n l.s t i h- rated anJ
11. I. AN!En?UN,
IircirHr-, reerlved -Hlay
JOHN RAM AGE,
42 College street.
Ii OG l. 50 ca-es Thu k
BE EOT rJICIIVID. 0 YE OF LITTL2 FAITH.
fit TII: !! iil.IC.
AUTlCLt laT.-SECTION' 1ST.
TPO -rt th it. th -ir' jo!d by uie th COX
CAVE CONVKX Ui.AK-Ki an tbe ane artVlhoM
known in thin ci!y the iti! i.c Ptbble; and fur t.'.e bea
fit of those interested will bm k try afseitioa with
One lEiuiilrcri dollar.
?C- 2d. P'ense notice the d'.Terer'-e, in price. T e arti
de fir !.i.o you h;ive pi.. I fifteen it i-.M I ill sell for ten.
Th se foe wi;iih)i u have paid five, I will sell for Ibrew, ia
all rases war auung m u to be t!i sn.e qu.ili;y nf r.lasea
the uuali'y r.f nictHlnir.il, h: .1 r n,anl lp superkr.
?ru. od. i'.case uolice U.a; i sell for qai-h, as mv price
j fy- J. FLOWERS,
o tl2 4i Union tt.
.CASH mi YilT.
trEre prepared 'o pay ilKIHKsT MARKET
v PUI:: f,r h-4i: ji.nl t urn, al the Nah-
V'lle City Jli', a:id rte.M.-e ill tt I, cat Lr mrri !o gv a
a call before t'!i: g rl.ea!.ere. Ll'scWi.-e we "Nail be pr
pareil to nc'i;tt:gj Flour for Wheat on .eh (em as will
be it: ftut.i y. O. IlAMMi'Nn A CO.
t tf N. H. We Till piy T per cn.t aUive the market
jnce f r Wiiett i !.. ,.n u liinu:;'i
CEILD S CHAIN LPAEAI0ES.
Jell warrwtf tr. If. a CO.
WIIT t.i tny six or tii;l.t good suiootb y..ung Negro.
from 16 to
Ai:o, tau gowU Carpenters and a brick
Urpl Utkd W. PyitltK.
The tna Iasnranca CcEaoT of Eartiori.
CASTI CAPITAL f.V-rt.OOO.
THO. A ALEXANi.'LR.tec'y TIIO. K. BEACE, PretX
Suto2lGtsalF. k M. Ituuranci Co,ol Pa.
A. J. GILLETT, Sec'y J. P. KCTHEKFCBD.Prtal
New York Lifi Lisnranci Ccrcpany.
A CCT MIX A TK i) CAPITAL .H.0fM).
PLINT FEtKMAN, Actuary. .MOSJiia f SAN &XLN,Pr all
l".r, Marica, Inland HaJ and Life risks taken at qcltbl
rate. Ijysl JO?PU N AjU.Aout. .
A. J. FRANCISCO,
MASUTACTTJ2IS AND LIALIB IN
HATS, CAPS & LADIES1 FURS,
Mo. J Eubllc Square.
oroixi or the riu iseasox.
LADLES' FANCY EKISS FTJE3.
! Far Capes, Talir.as, ISttfT, ictoiLaei acd Cil
Carriage Eobea, loot II uS 's, Ermia
I- - - aad Fur Trimming.
mm ,i sn LAL IUt win ar id mm! mas in g"-
i ri- lrge 'rtnient of LA til ho' ANlf"
I k v Mints' Ft 'it--t, r now rea 'y fori
i. si iinitihjUmoa at the Fur Fmprr'UTi of
A. J. FRANCISCO.
ctl3 No. i Fuolio Squar.
!T AVTVYH STTf F. OF K0I.K-
IN HAT Foft lWiire ready
In pection at Nu. il Pubi.e
Square. Thoe wh.i w's'i an el-grt
lra'i.'-S HAT are inoned lj cull and leave ,
their orders ear'y. Those who left thsir I
order during lb week, will find their list ready for
d.iivry w-lay. A. J. FP.ANt 1SCO,
octld No. 2J Public Sqaara.
T ONDOS "MOKi:. FROWN
THK BKOWN AND PfcAKL ALtiwNIS
These are en'ire'y new sijle of g d worthy I
y the at-
Uon of all who desire something ta.-ty In the Hat line,
extia A. J. FRANCISCO.
CAPS IMPS!! CAPS!!!
S ANI POYS' CL0T1I AND PLC?H--i
P f every slosrrtptinn nd n ia:ity, Just V ;
received and now redy at the FAMUONABLA-,
UAT KjtPUttlLM, No. att FubUo Square.
ootU A- J. FRANCISCO.
WM. hi LAVTCH & CO.,
Mo. 13 Southern Mhnrf,
Clinrloston, C O.,
FOR THE SALX OF
Western ccd ScutLcrn Frcdcce.
WM. M. I AWT0N, I
ft. W. UACOT, (
ugT i.t m
JOtt T. DILL,
WlNliOB-N LAWT0N, Jr.
lA VrEU I wish to purefca FIITT LAND WA
V Y RAN la, for t-a b 1 ul pay tbe burliest B.trst praca
St. A. tSAlLowK.
earn f.rnl. A (eat bo. 1 J lxadsjrkk Et,
HOLMES & STOKEY.
. Iloyco A t ' lsurC,
C II A ILL EST ON, S. C.
Err" w a attend tf lb aie of Ct TT0N, FLOCR.
t.RAlN, Ac, ore tar Pr
.Agent Psliaetto Luij New Tw Parket.
an 1 tnwcm .
HAI a !ar aaJ CosruWK-w WtrtlwM lav ftTfT
i ..-i-.. ,1..,.. r ih. kn.i. I i
M M. SKllStr i J v.. ' - - - -
not .T 1.I I T l LMI'I I IIV.
AT aawrt rt t 'be t'i tb d- rt cf tM Mount C3t
CsMM-ry. Le t at H e i- IWufy I fwctm,
a tb. day, its fo-kw-sg tuuiuii Wer ustiliiui sly
akectol U .roti r I
A. V. S lsiidfcy, J. H. rad-trt,
B. W. MiJ, R. A heraian,
A. Inlaws. i P. ..-,
C W. Naure.
Aft the ele.-tHt, t Euar I met an-l nid A. T,
A Ltslssf was FrswUetit, ss C. . Ni-ica.cra.
larv aad 1 rsavr.
Th) t'oipsiay ts ta-v penraijirut'y wgaAlfd, and activa
st-v wu i tit tti n.. l y ui sy sS in grwean tw
baadscK stW at-i U ! i .i g O, kH U,IM w.xt It at
to tnvaUoa f t' Foar4 ljtn u ose istisw
cr pmtu Ut ta.Si u we a Ci..:y as U- wsalia b4
lw'4 si w tuadii.? I- q i"
A. V. . UNUUY. rrrsnla'
f. W. Na,J.-fjetj!y.
' mr.r v "irw T.