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Saturday Homing, September 19, 1857.
OfficialJoumal for Publishing tlie
Post Office better .List. ;
Adventures and Mtesiooarv Labors in svral oouri-
trif iu the Interior of Africa, from 1849 to 1856.
liy T. J. Bow ex. Charleston; Southern Bdptiot
We are indebted to the publisbera for a copy
of the above work. "We have taken great in
- tertst in its eru8a, as well on account of
the 6urject and tLe manner of its treatment,
as of the characrer of the author. In Lis
earlier life Mr. Bowen was a Ranker in the
Texan Service, and rallied under the Lodo Star
in Its hours of greatest darkness and greatest
peril. Subsequently he embraced religion and
became a minister of the gospel. Very rarely
Las any inisaionary been better suited for the
arduous and adventurous service, ii the char
acter of his mind and by experience, than Mr.
Bowen. Lie was despatched to Africa by the
Baptist Church, and penetrated the country
further than any of his predecessor, and this
book is a lateral transcript of his travels and
expciience givicg geography of the country,
its boil, production, minerals, etc., manner!1
rjauits, and customs of the people; and hi
progress as a Gospel Mi-wionary.
We subjoin the following notices of the vol
ume from some of Exchanges, as expressive of
We know do better volurne for all who are !n
teresced in the state, condition and prop. cu of the
continent oi tne colored tnbt'S, than Bowks' Afri
ca and Ic ii tpecially interesting as preparing all
rrur mr jargcr auu more eiauorste r ports of ex
plorations that have not jet reached ue. Clutrlet-
UaiifaV Magazine for September, in it book
notices, says of this volume:
"With prcat oriodeety of statemeot, Mr. Bowpd,
an energetic and intelligent missionary of the Bap
tist Board, here contribute bis quota to our rapid
ly increasing stock of African knowledge. lie de
scribee, for the firot time, several important places
in the interior, and presents ample details with re
gard to the religion, languages, and aocinl customs
of the natives. Hi book furmeht-s a trustworthy
authority, aud is ol undoubted value to the Etuno
The New York L'bacrotr, of August 26ib, says :
"The adventures and oiieMonary labors in st-ver-al
rcutitie in the interior of Africa fiom 1S49 to
1856, by T. J. Bowen, have already been published
iu sveu successive edition, showing the iuterest
they have awakened. Tbey abound iu stati-Mics of
great value, in iuorruation respecting the climate,
soil, resources and capacities of the country, its
population and their manners and customs, the
slave trade, the miseries of the people, their need
of tne gospel and the ji fluence of civilization, and
all these things are so graphically portrayed, as to
win the reader's fiied attention while be obtains
Important knowledge of the interior of this almost
"Some of Mr. liowen'ij statements are so remark
able as to be received with profound astonishment.
and so were Mr. Livingstone's, and so are there-
ports of bII the travelers who have explored any
part of Central America.
''Mr. Bowen in youth was a bold and hardy sol
dier, but in his manhood and his Christian devo
tion the qualities of a hero torn in him have found
a field which co soldier ever has a chancn to enter.
To penetrate alone into an entirely unknown and
hostile region; to go straight through the gats of
a city peopled by hundreds of thousand who look
ed on him with tin same wonder as they would on
an angel or a fiend dropping down from the cluud?;
to guy before the Court uud King of a great nation
h whose presenco he stood arraigned, as Bowen
did, 'The God of Heaven h my King; I am a st'l
dier, aud tliii bwk (referring to the Bible) is my
eword. and thus to conquer bis way from city to
city, and througii people after people, id an achiev
uieut such as an Alexander never would have
dreamed of und risking. It is comparatively cow
ardice to be a conqueror shielded on all sides by an
"Peculhr intellectual as well as moral traits al
ways belong to aucb a pioneer." National Intelli
gencer. "This book Is of rare interest. It is thrilling as
a work of travels, aud po?s eses doubla value in
the epiimutiuii of the philanthropist who would see
Kthiopiu stretch out her hands, ar.d whole coat i
nect regenerated." Louitville Journal.
Theatre. The play of "Catuillo" baviru been
unavoidably postponed last rjigtit, will be produced
this evening; on which occasion MUsShaw makes
ber last appearance.
Singer 'a .ewliig- Maclilnes.
We learn that the Agency bere for the stls of
Finger' Sewing Machines, has, thus far, been quite
successful. There cn be no question as to the
exceMouca of tltesa machines. K.tpid in their mo
tions, they yet make a most beautiful and even
Btitc h, far surpassing anythiag that-caa be done by
baid. They have the further recommendation,
too, of ttrength; and will stand the wear and tare
Of years of constant us?. Person.- wiahing to ex
amine tlietn ought to ?'h'u tbe rooms of the Agency
over Hick's China Lin 11.
Attention. The regular meeting of the Young
Men's Literary Uuion wiil be hell this eveniug, in
the Basement of the McKendree Church, at 7 o'
clock. A large attendance is desired.
tW Mr. B. R. Cutter advertises this morning
bis FU and Winter slock of Roots, Shoes, &s
His asBOrtmeut embraces theb.'st and latest etjles,
and is every way deairaUo.
Thw Third Aunual Mechanics' fair, to be held
at this place, wilt commence October the first and
continue nine days. Let every one who fet 1 an
interest in the progress cf the Mechanical art con
tribute ail earner! effort to rcudar this interesting
and prufiuMr, aud an ol ject which every Tt tinea
aeau may feel proud of.
is, Impeiliiiieiiis of J'peeth, and Chronic
Diceaaea of all kind, cured by Dr. Jon s, of PhH
ade ph!a, cow practicing at the St. Cloud Hotel, In
AkTiriCiAL II L' man Em inserted, in movement
and arDei:ratire as retfect sa ntnri.l lll.riiri n
i . . -
ne ajv iiireu a nu, who urpirsiicie j fU'C--", (y
Dr. Jotua, who will practice at tha St. Cloud Wo
tel, io Ibis city, for iw.i or threj weeks.
Chcech Dedicatiom The new M-thod:-t
Church in MiGivockV addition, (Xoith X ehvillo,)
w.It bo dedicated to-morrow ai'leruoou at 4 o'clock,
Dy liev. J U. McK.rrin.
P. S. Said Church i on High atreof, a liuUout
of the corporatiuu.
ljy t u i-ninitic Acauruir ui J1UMC Will COU).
tnt'iice iu fifth aesaion on (d 3rd Motnldv in S p.
teruber next. For iiartii ul.ra apply to the I'ritici.
pal, No. 24, South Vine street. jj 28 2ui.
CBT CliarU-a Ilean, Teacher ou the Fiano, Uarp
Ouiur, and iu it:gin, ia cow prepared to gir K-a
nous if dfaireJ, at the r-aiJetice cf tho acholar.
...... - . J M 1 ., .
inuiivu. uuiuira lesson, none ftic.ied lor leaa
than tweuty Iumou, juy 28 2ui.
lluglies liro fliers,
Praollcal Artl.ia in every branch of Photography and
whole-ale and reUil dealers to Aitbrotypa, MrlaiiMi; p,
Photogranb, aal Daguerreot) pa g oods j Afparatua asd
Chemicala, of every kind, variety and descnu low ta.J in
tb abovs Arta. All wrdara alU la p omj.tiy fllld, and for
warded to any part of tha Country at the very Uvea aaar
kel rates, lor cash, to which the trade are I aspect fully la.
Tiled. AIM Agents fer tha sale of Mslaiiwitypi and tyhtt.
r.otype Kighta. UUuUU BXOV,
8eP;- $6 Union .trvet, NaaavliW, tsoB.
Take lire J. Ur. Tiltoo has rrturoal to lha Was
aaao.t Uouf Chicaga, ter , ,,, Utblor4 oi4 fr.
Jamea- wonderful .sd atlttrat.d e.tr.el cl Carnlbi's lu
dica. Ui. ton I --!, Dr. lhoiuaa Tillon, U1 Mpp y voa
with it, .ith.r p.r.m all, r ty pf. U u .
speedy aura of tha worst caai. f Coatumi.uon, Eetu hi
U. Asthma, N.rvou. Vmh lily, Ooua, Coldj, aa4 b.
Throat. Ha know thU to be f. Tryu.nay,,
P. .-By addreing Ir. 1 liu,B , Bot tirouh U. CLi
case i Post 0ffe-,inelcig fcJf ... (1 t,ftU)
wDl be seal la return, tte ch., u ,n pt u
CBton-o , Da. TiLTo.N,
aej.18 la Uisaatoil Ua, tlucsso.
STEAHEOAT AND SITES NEWS.
There are thirteen it ches water on Harpeth
Shoals; weather dry and vety warm. , J
. The Sligogoiup yesur lay from Paducih and
will depart again for that port to-d.iy.
The Commerce is expected la port this morn-
Interesting: to Mechanic and Flmiufac-turera-xiUfd.
The Mechanics and Manufacturers of Tennessee
and adjoining Sl.u s, are reminded that the Third
Annual Fair and Exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti
tute of this State, wiil commence 1st of October
n this city. The anuually increasing intertst man
ifested io these exhibitions, and visible advantages
resulting to exhibitors, as well from the dissemina
tioa of important it.formation amonz themselves.
as fromib great publicity which they are thus ena
bled to give their buainei-o renders it certain that
the approaching exhibition will eclipse in magcia-
ceuce nd intereet all iu predecessors.
Copies of Circulars, pivirg full particular?, can be
obtaiued at the Mechanic's Institute rooms, College
street, opposite the Sewanee, or by addressing tbe
rresident, H it. STOCKELL.or Secretary B. K. Wal-
June 25 8m.
t3T We are authorized to announce J. B. Bacca aa a
candidate for Major of fashviue, at the enaulrg municipal
11 r" We are authorized to announce Cob B. F. Chsat
auu aa a candidate for the office of Mayor of Na.hville, at
the ensuing election.
EXT" We are authorized to announce Akdbsw Aantasoa a
candidate for re-election as Major of Nashville, at the ensu
ing municipal election.
& We are autlurlzed to announce Robikt B. Cistli
ma a a candidate for Mayor of the city at the ensuing
Jobx A. McEwkw, E.q., will serve aa Alderman In
the Fifth Ward, if elected. aug. 24 td.
We are authorized to announce D. W. Donau as a
candidate for Al lei man in the 6th Ward.
We are authorized to announce J. W. Fairs as a
candidate for Alderman of the fourth Ward.
t?r We are authorized ti announce &. M. Fnnra
didate for Alderman in the 5th Waid. aue24
PPf" We are authorized to announce that David H.
nAHR will serve aa Alili-rmxr. nf tU k.,nnh U'.v,4 s
We are authorized to announce J,h fYii Tiii .
candidate for Alderman of the First Ward.
MP Wrtuthor,w.., i r r-.
. D- P fc Ti: HTt.
.tuuiuuie ior Aiuerman or me r ourtn n ard.
We are authorized to announce J. P. rvt
eanuiuaie ior re-eleciion as Alderman in the 5th Ward.
VVe are authorized to nnrumnr- J. T .
didate for Alderman in the 4 h Ward.
tV We are authorized tf annnimro Tann Dm -
vAuwiuu.ic lur Ajueruian in tne tu varu.
13?" e are authorized to announce W'nLnif B. Danun
BKiNK a candidate for Alderman in the 2d Ward.
tST We are authorized to nnnouuee Johm K. IIuhc a
candidate for Alderman in the Third Ward. '
, . .... ... , - .. - t . us m
5 V We are authorized to announce Jimks M. Himtom as
a candidate for theritt of Davidson county, at the neat
We are authorzed to announce John K. Edvosdsom
as a candidate for sheriff of Davidson county, at the next
t -y We are authorized to announce E. B Piolkv as a
candidate fur -lieriir of Duvuhuu couuty, at the next March
VT We are
authorized to announce A. CrriA .
candidate for dheriff of Daviuon county, al the next March
coL'.vrv coriiT cli;i:k.
!t7" W'e are authorized to announce Tapt Joua S. Ri8H
ILL as a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the March
fW We are authorized to announce Faux R. Chkat
atM, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Couuty
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
rvT" We are autlioiized to announce Thou. T Ata-c
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
Yff W'e are authorized to announce John Rums as a
candidate for re-election to ihe office of County Trustee, at
the enduing Mnrcb election.
We are authorized to announce T. T. SaUndihs asa
candidate for the office of County Trustee, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce Flctchjb W. IIokk
as acardidate for Constable in the Nashville District, at the
envuing March election.
JOHN YORK & CO.,
BOOK SELLERS, BOOK BINDERS
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 38, I'nioii Street.
HAVE ON HAND
MEDICAL BOOKS. LAW BOOKS, Classical and Com
mon School Booln, Blank Books, Steamboat Books, Check
Books, Note Books, Cap and Letter Paper and Knvelopes,
Go d and Steel Pens, Ink and Inkstand;, Cheap Publica
tions, Magazines, Newsoapt rs, etc., etc.
Merchants, Lawyers, Doctorr, Teachers, Students and
otheis are Invited to call and examine for themselves.
sept. 7 tf
lVn Portraits by illacauley.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND Hisr RICAL SKETCHES. By
T. U. Alscaulay. One volume 12mo. This volume by Ma
caulay, contains Lives and Pkctchea, of soma if the most
distinguished men, as will be seen by a perus! cf the list
of Lamps. Korsalehy JOHN TO UK A CO.,
PP'13. 89 Union street.
Punch's Pocket Book of Fun.
The essence of Punch, being cuu and cuttings from the
wit and wisdom of twenty-Cva volumes of Punch, tor
aleby JOHN YORK A 00,
S'PttS. 83 Union ttreet.
W. A. JOHNSON '& CO.,
COS TOM l'AC2r02lS
Co iu mlMslo n l t r c li a 11 1
st cai:o;;islct srusKT,
-onx i. i vusox,
dry iouds tocnaision Merchant,
ST. l.Ol 1, .HO.,
ISIA0 C. UAXLT, Cfcam.
JiS M.iaros, fas'Jer t)n cf Tennestee; A. Uashltob;
Uiiimii A o.; Ja. vo'im.
Vo.na, t uainv A Co ,fu LouU,
PIC0T & ST0TWELL,
o. ia .Tlnldru 1 sasae, ew oik.
laroaTSTa sau .aaaa ir
CCTLtRY. rENl tiia, TEA TKaVS. PIKB IKCiN3, TIN.
SfcUanl )I(.I.iU IcuiLjW WAHk.
ii.tHu I1NNEU MAttK,
ANDlKOMf, 1( PN,COAI. HOIW,
I'LAMili a j JilMMI) PLAltU A fciillAMA WARE,
wsacrscTt.asaj or '
JulylA w. a c Maiicn lne. Nw Tork.
WHEELER & EVERETT,
X3 XX O XS. X3
kizw uuti urv,
11 'ILL pay for bounty lad Warrant, ef st denooi La.
I v M
oi.. I au paK t'tSf, iMitt MAftLltr
aa 'l t.K;iubcr iOih, w havicg a iarva aa.oui io dedttr at
Ultima, rsua uicu aiueg. It suUwWi
ug a.- u.a taick
Ibj .. 14
M " M
Pariw. diig v arratiU k taaiL wiu I. tk. aassa
as though lby aero prwbaij LdueL Irjl raiii
ty ra'.aia asau. A4Jr.
WUkkLEK k EflKETT,
fetctcra.gi.w lark Ciy.
Hmw York. An.! 13, lsJI.
2EHTH0LD, EEILL'OULY d CO.,
Commiasion and Ecrwardisg HercLinti,
so tiiisu ut
Eope, tug iUfj, Satoa va4 Hob.
Tim, 134 .trtouu Mri.i, taiut l .yit, n-
t..sa0uls el i tiU.cro preduea rac.iv.A
From Col. Albert Pike, M. C. from ArkaHta.
Wasmsctos, D. C, Jane It, lS'T.
I have ie! twa botUta of sour Boerhat' Holland
Bitlert, and have found it vary useful in ease ol Indief-
tion and Headache, and recommend it to all v. bo need a
pleasant and efficacious remedy and valuable to tic.
Etspkpio Woura Nottce Bas have'i Holland Bitten
has eared me of Dj spepsia by using it only ene week.
t recommend it confidently to ail suffering from this di-
eae. . - CLAEA E. ECHCCBMAN.
Pittsburgh', Oct. 21, 1656.
(Mra 8. U the wife of the noted Lithographer.)
Ho noway 'a Pills operate upon all the organs which furn
ish the element! of tbe blood, and through them upon the
Mood itself; purifying It, regulating IU flow, and render
ing it a fit and healthy meana of sustaining ani renewing
the whole ph, sieal fabric.
Sold at the manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all druggista, at 25c , C2Xc, and tl Per box. 89
Favaa axb Aaca. Foremost among the various remedies
for this disease siatdi Dr. Shalieaberge.'a Antidote A
few doses will core any ordinary case, and one doe inva
riably stops the chills. It contain nothing in tbe least
degree hurtful to the tryttetn under any eircumstaneet,
and never produces the unpleasant effects that attend the
use of Quinine and other agenti in general use. It cures
every form of the disease, and is the original and only Aiv-
A-k fo- Dr. fchallenberger's Fever and Ague Antidote, j
and be sure jou get pilU. Bold by resptctable Druggists
everywhere Prica H 60. Sole Proprietors, A. T. Sbav-
" Co., Koch-Ater, Pa. augi-Smdtriaw.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux, j
Whoiera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case tor 75
cents, by the use of TTJCKEE'S CHOLEBA 8YKTIP,
whloh ha been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most efiectua
sxfmedy new in ue. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific. A bo man life can be saved
In nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
For sa e by KERNAN BAINS and T. WELLS, Drug
gist. apr24 6m
105 MEDICAL PREPEATIONS
FOB TIIE CURS OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undersigned, having been appointed sole Agent for
NakbviUe, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended in '-Dr. Freese's Combined System of Practice, for
Physicians and Families, would respectfully offer them to
such of our citiaens as need a restorative to health.
These preparations are compounded from the recipes of
the most celebrated Physicians nd Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will nua t-reru i ,.. tUi. ,ui . t
t ill .ithin ib. .rh nfLn-wi tk,.. n... '.: u
- . . . u v. . wu.wu.a. . . t CflU B.'uUO ull V
been tested for years by Professor Freese, and other cele
u brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
; and have betn found invariably effectual.
fn.Vuw .... .:..T,. T- - I - . . . . . n
. " c" ur- "eese v-omoinen cys-
tern of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ao.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, aDd Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at lis Drug Store, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BKECH,
No. 20 Pewanee Building, Volleire st..
TIME SALE OF GROCERIES
W. II. Gordon & Co.
f p Wl:iFSD.V, 23d Sept., 1857, we
vr win offer for sal- at auction in o r u-ual quaotitiei:
12A hhiis fair, prime and choice Louisiana buftar,
50 bis Crushed do
fO "Lo.f do
10 " Chrytaliid do
500 bbls Rectified Whisky, various brands;
1(0 " Old Bourbon do;
9 hlf ripe Planet A Co. Brandy;
9 or " "
1 1 14 " Louis Le Breton k Co. B andy,
6ll' buxe Preicoit's .-oap:
600 " W erk k Co. fctar Candles;
8M) " F.ne Brn'iy, 1 dos eacti;
ind Manufacmr-d Tobacco;
6( 0 " Madi-on B arch;
KiO " Kojt's P.arl d .;
60 das Eur e vV'asn Boards;
5r8 nests Tubs;
10(M) keg' Hboeaberger's Nails;
linn bdia -Me.Jame aud D. C. Wrapping Paper;
fxi.niM) Kegatia Ciga s.
Taaaa Kor all tuna un'ler $200. cash; over $200 and
under $I,IKH), 60 das; over S1.0UU and under $2,tOO, 9t
days; and over $2,1 00 4 uionina, with approved endor.-td
notes, payable in one of our city bants.
sepilsi. W. 11. uOKDON k CO.
A UCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
II. S. French & Son.
ON TCKSDAY, September 22, we will offer for sa'e
In front of our warehouse, on Ciark street, at 10 o'
c'ock, the following articles, son e ol which we desire to
clne out without reserve, vis :
8u hhds Sugar, from fair to UO dos Painted Buckets;
prime, 600 reams Wrapping Paper;
100 bags N. 0. and Baltimore lb bbU Dom. Bn-ndy;
Ct.ffee: S" bt ls Holland Gin:
lnoo kegs Nails, choice b'ds; 60 bbls Julius Smith's Old
600 boxes Mar Candles, full Reserve vvMnkj;
weight; 2" cafes Matches;
iOOO bbls. Whisky, various 1( 0 boxes Corn Starch;
brands; 100 ' Whvaten ttarch;
100 bxs Tobacco; 100 Cheroot Cigars;
1 sk coarse and floe 8tlt; 160 " Tallow Caudles,
. lMt OJO Cigars, aas'd brands; 60 Blacking, large and
'ATO bxs fine Brandy; small.
I'd dos Brooms;
i With other article In the trocrv line too numerous to
mention. sept. IT. U. 8. hKENCH BON.
(iift Sale of Books at Auction.
Ofi VOLUMES Standard Works mill be of
CJ )JkJkJ fered for sale at Auction this Night,
Purchasers of Books will receive presents with their pur'
chase, to be distributed as usual.
M. C. BRUCK, Anctioner,
June 4-tf. Coilege btrtet.
JNO. BRO WNE,
coaaaa or cbapbsics strikt and tbb bquibb,
TTAS now In store a more extensive 8tock of Cloths,
a ias:imerea, uver..oaiiiigs, sc., man usual.
Cull and are The in.
Every thing that is choice and excellent caa be found
Nashville, Sept. 4, 1567 lm.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
18 now receiving a most extensive stock of Fall and
Winter -ocd, of every de.ctiption and cf tbe latest
styles, be has also engaged the services ot New lork
gutter, whose refutation it beyond dispute. I
Sept. ft-lm. I O B
CLIFTON & ABBOTT
HAVlC jutt received from the Ka.tern Cities, a verv larn
assortment of CLOIU.S, CAI .IeRM AND VkSr
in (ib, chosen with the greatest c ire by Mr Harvey, whose
superior taste has enabled us to bring out by (ar, the mot
beaiitiful stork of Piece Goods we have ever otter.' in
IN al. villa. All made up to order under the super in lea
(fence of the well known Harvey.
N ah ville, Sept. 1.1S5T.
WARD & BIRMINGHAMf
IMo. 7, Cedar Street,
HAVE received their st ek of PALL AND WINTER
OOOU.S; compn-lng Cloths, t'isimere, Vostin ,
auu a gteerai a rimea or Dtl. lues's turnitbiug
tjcods, and wiii b pleased to wait upou their old (rieaus
anu mi public grneral.y. sept 8 Ira
'piIE partner.hlp heretofore exirting under tha firn of
X 8:ert a Uweo, la aissoived bv mutual eonaerit.
William S'ewart as aoiing all liabilities cf said Cnu, aod
reeeivmg ail Ucbts due to ml dae.
Bept.l.liil. llXlA4 W. OWtN.
tf Tha uniera;ne4 will still continue the business
as urre'o oe. In ail its vaxluu. brioche., aud respectfully
so.ie u iha pairouaga heieluiore be.iowed upon ths tUci
of a. a o.
at. T. BaaTLBTT. a. O. M'COBB. J, f. at'cxiB.
BAETIETT, M'CCMB & CO.,
G EN ERAL
80. 23 LEVIS tQ C03MECIAI, ST
SA1.NT LOL1S, 3i o.
Literal tah advances aaada Consignment,
aaraa to :
W. B. iOt0 k CO., WM. P. iBTAS, E?Q
Jaly Xt -m. Kaahville, Ten.
FOHEIGS AND E011XSTIC
SaDT? s 'ns
Bta4 sua aw 'n.J lrmJ m
BotOHT AXCLCaiTSLT AT
1 Al 3 Ilatak. C, itelew TJatrket,
Ketwa taoaA ac4 Third ft.
'I'UI U tha rvft! tisi t baiU year Citterns. Tt
X ssitctsTasa aeuoaa, lit ou U iiAtt. saw is
bveiiy,aaj prvp(4 w b.U uaa of at) itwt. At in
. - . I - ..w,
BY TIIE 1V ATIOJ1AX USE.
Heports furnished by the Associated Press.
NoHrott, Sept IS A dspatch recti ved h r
coi;brm8 the found .-ring of the steam r Central
America, with two aiilliona specie.- i'ii'ty p&&ao
iters including twenty six females were rescued by
tbe bark Eiois. - 4
Bostos, Sept. 18. Charles II. Mills & Co.. drv
goods mercLaDU have suspended. Liabilities heavy.
. Ed. Brizhatn k Co.. commission flour meri-h&i .t
kive failed. - -
Kiw Toek, Sept. 18. Tbe Herald contains a
letter from Geo. Walker defending bis decree am
troduciug sUvery into Nicaragua. -
The efficers of the steamer "Central A merle'' a fa
all lost except James M. Frazier, stcosd officer, and
Ceo. E. Aebley. chief engineer, who took to boat
and deserted theship. The crew consisted of 101
men. The bark Sjxoov arrived at Savannah with'
live of the rescued passengers. The brig Marine, .
bound for Boston, saved 40 persons.
Niw Obibakb. Sept. 18. The first nnil from
So Dieto, ol the 9th July arrived at San Anto-
nia, Texas, on tbe oth.
CUutta.n4ssa Market. '
Chattasoooa, Sept. IT.
Ftoca- A irood article superfine could be boueht bv a hnl-
sale at S3 5o and SS 00 -retails at t6 23 and $6 U.
nfiBAT rtot mucn doing farmers holders for advance in
price. We note sales of first quality prime v cite Wheat
at 11 SO. Also a sala of White Wheat, not prime at 73 eta.
We quote a prime article of White at $1 00: second nualirv
at 7a cents. Red, a first rate quality 7j to 8'J cents. Little
Msmpbs gept. 17.
Whbt Inferior 60ta60c: Common 66(&Iti- t-n
Choice "StgSOc; Choice White 9(J9&c. These price. include
oags c leas Dags returned.
TIIE ITIAlSltEXS 11 V TtlUUBAFH,
Nxw Orleans, Sept. 18 Cotton, sales 1500
biles: middling 16il6l; sles of the week 6800
bales; receipts 10,000 bale?; stock 20,000 bales;
Tobacco stiffcr; reJ wheat 1 10; other articles
Cincinnati, Sept. 18. FIour$4 50a4 75: wheat
90 .11 00, Oats 35c; Barley 80a5c; Whisky 19.
DR. B. WOOD,
No. SO Cfierrt Street,
HATING had my rooms handome!y
re nted, I am attain prepared to wai'j
upon my pitrons. Oihce hours, fiom 8 A.
M. to 1 P. M., and 2 to 6 P. M.
or artiUcial denture i. I h ive a saneriorl stock c.r th
most beautiful tteth manufactured, aud the bentau.iitv r
u.bcnnuur uu J Sljr.e ui wora now in ue.
septlT 3twatw. B. WOOD.
Kiddleberger's Ealing ilotisea
O AM Riduleberger Uke occasion to announce to the pub
i ic.inat, ine nn.itfr ttaion over, he hsa given up the
enicytrent ol --rLrat felicity and retained to town. His
cone is spam opened, and he hoi-a to see again the
a milicg fares of his old friends and cutton ers, and to be-
e ccne ac-aainted wtih loisof new ont-s. bis tables shall
a ' ajs oe uoeratiy suppneu with the beat our market ai-
oru, anu a little more."
Sept. 1,1 857.
A LL kinds cf Plain a-d Decorative Tape- Hanging
l. i;tme m ir:i uesi mann. r aco '.lie cceti e.-t prices bt
E. X FRANKLIN.
Orders l.f'. : t Wm. Kear-s.No. IT Deaderick street, will
sfisas. A. K. Caozia, M.Bcasta.
J. B. Waira, Uoau x 6o,
Sepill X. M. Gokbt.
rHK snb-cribi-rs have a STEAM SAW MILL In success
ful oper ttion in Jaciltion cr.nntr. ila nn the Ka h.
ville and Cbat.anooga Rtilioao, n-ar Merer on Depot,
uu .rC pieparta o larn.Mi an a cda il LAiuter, and In
aoj quantitv, on the shore, t notice. Thty respectfully
a l cu orders fr. in persons in tht city of Nahv.lle wishing
L-mfrof a v d- cr ption They w.ll deliver ximber at
.ny depot on t. e Kail.oad.
.-tpt.a-Bm IXQiLLJ, TALLTT At CO.
THE undersigbel haviuv orders lur WHKAT, will pa;
the hiihesl n.arket raie deliverable at MVreaAI-r
rass' warehouse, corner Broad and College st.
julyl(.- tf. Cotton and Produce Broker.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 14 S. MAEKET STBEET,
IV ASH VILLE, Tenn.
HAVING suereeded the late firm of Stewart k Owen,
and reiained tbe old ft and. Is nrenared to attend to
the demands of his old customers and tha nub io gene
rally, be has in store, and will coxtantly be receiving,
atupic supplies gi
Stoves, AVares, and Grates,
Plain and Enameled Marblkiikd Ibos Mastlk5 and QiBDkB
STAToaa; and In short, everything usually kept In similar es
tablishments. liis assortment of Stoves challenges comnetitlon rnmnrls-
Ing every style aud variety, lie has tbe
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
Among others an article which is in great demand.
lie will manufacture for the trade ai.d for retail. an.l to
order, all kindsof Tin andSheet Iron Ware, and kaep con
stantly onhand a large assortment.
lie invites the attention of all to his establishment, pledg
No. 14 8. Market st.
A. O. SMITH.
B. V. St'THBIK.
eao. j. aowLaa.
S311T1I, OUTIJIUI2 & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
AMD AUBBTS OB VHB 8ALB OB
V1HCIMA v tkm;sskij touacco,
Ko. 564 Slain St., Between Second and Third,
J. II. i I ioPPER CO.,
M'UOLZSALS AXD EETAIL
AND DIALERS IN
lAltiuors and Produce,
NO. fil, COLLEGE 8TSEZT,
M A3 R CHANT,:
ISo. CO Front freer,
Q ELLS Co7T..,,rie,nd f un ia,,, (JaaiB. Dbiid Farrr,
. .? Dd flii ordrr fr,r rtlclra of Cincinnati traduce
and Mknulacture promptly and Io best advinlaae.
WHISKY BRANNY & W KES.
IXEhave on hand aad rraale a choice a mrtmenl
.1 Liqaort, wuich we oder at noleja ko
the rashvije f ade, ia:
(a) boi. Mononrahe! t and Rya Whisky;
ful fintth's Old Keaerve do
iMH) " Hourbon, our rxira Brand
1 " CtUwba lirandv, Io pric:
llM " fwee; Malaga Wis.
I'" M Mucat Wine, very aloe;
lJ ,5'eiM.ks rrench Pao'rages Brandy;
lOim ool. IHrub Kect'fled whukv;
r5 bbls. 8 to 5 yrar old Cop,r W'blsky, frctn ft 50 te
l i Si per gal.
Louisville, June -,13m. JNO. B VelLVA't k fOH
K1ACIII.EY & SAACUbZ,
Produce and Con:raisMon Merchant,
AND rKAi-E03 IS
C0EX, WHEAT, FL0TJE,
OATS, I1AY, &C
ISo. 7 Warren Illock, Augusta, Ga.
IV ParticuUr attectloB jivsa to tha sale of all cob.
gemrn. tnayia Am
Valuable Farm For Sale.
1BE tract of Land, sairowrdlu the feedrfbota r-
l-Iot, on lh M .01 phis a Oh rielt,t Railroad t.
M caerr-t lor .ala. 1. eonulns aboat tlM acra av
from i:) to i'-o cleared, the balanea baaveiv tun.
birred. Turn U s rood tic mi n aerertaumt av. .
trlatl Ei. , good va'bottiM, Aa. Aa., a tbe place.
Aar pr-a wih:D( to purctia. UrtA awtuA l wmU twea.
tl- tt pawuM a gTod eatlie ranf.
Teras hbcrai. If bt aid privately beor Timj..
ta cf Ucul.tr et, ai l a U.M day be soli
pr.c.Us ta lbs r. gfcdt ktaotr
At iha aaia l wi'l aw sold tit Soya, Cattle Cora.
Oaa. taffeta Clem. Is, Ac
r.tt , I VI -las J-I-SAaFLlf
.rto W. T. at-i.al tha store of A.J. l-.
.swavUle W lii p..b;Uk Oat BaoBlk. aaJ Sab si fcm to tti
VourtU Annual .?air
Tesneises State fricaltsral Szrtia.
pue FewrU Aat-aal Fair tha Titrw U'a Afri.
eaiiaral baiua - a Aura an li. ara', o'rww -war
l.b.viUc, to.o.rn:.( .if 1 '
aadrveiisurrf ery 4 ohj.-: lie w. ...VJ
tfta me t iit.i caaraescf ar. CcTii a cvrr rfni
ot , r.tu:i.a, wjni.ai.Kai, a.aau'artaru, j 4 We
lu4ifj. tvejw!, .a M l.v....i bus avarv melt j
a... a.K,. . .1 . .... ... . .. -"
v CIGAR MANUFACTORY.
'TPHE BB'tersned are bow verv extensively engaged In
n,nufoture of all kinJs it Cigars and are en
aeted to compete sueces. foUy sriih any of the Eaitern
;.ie. fee of our firm, ihj has .hir.o f ihi. ..rt.
mrntof our business, beinp a pract cal Cipir-iraker, cur
ctfto.-ners may reiy npon setting sncfi (riwhls a are sure to
u.iuoa,4oii wtiicb we win guarantee in everv in
" e Can asrure Our tripniia anil nn.to nr Ihit a-
iJkJn noe Cigars as ever eame from Havana, we
., . ...c, mere me nnest iobu-coi, thereby sav
Dzcocside. able duty, we are enabled to e;i our Cigars
when made at much lover rates than anytbice like the
um i . jjui fc- u , un a wn J noi
Encourage Iioiue Industry!
Call and examine tor yeu -selves at
- .. . .-..- LT0S8 k CO,
bept4. . 19 Cedar street.
HAVING anticipated the larje demand that is soon to
be made for goods of alt trinus this oominr fall w
are conrianiiy receiving and have now on hand an im
mrace stock of -
Fine Wines, Brandies, and Lfqours.
OF AIL KINDS.
CIGARS, TOBACCO, AXD SUNDRIES.
p T'i1 "-rI at the Ter lowest posalble prices.
-w.... .wuuuu paitt V3 aii orders.
LY0S8 A CO.,
19 Cedar street.
sep 1 4.
THE WORLD OF FASUIOXS!!!
I V a- fcJ-wS Wi
For Eich Fancy Bonnets and Millinery
Fall of 185 7.
V 1TE would respectfully ii.furm our lady friends that we
v have received our lrrportations from P.ria, and just
returred from the ast,have now one of the mou attractive
and rich stock of goods ever oprned at any retail estab
lishment In the woi Id, not excepting Carls. But at prices
folly per cent less in prices. We have now in store
some of the most beautiful Head Dresses and Rich Mowers,
Plumes, and the largest nd bett selected stock of Ribbons
ever displayed in Nashville ; consisting of
10 0 pieces of every new and rich design and style.
640 Cantona of Paris Clovers , a pertect flower garden.
60 Kieh Cs i k;h and Maraioo Flumes ; B.rds
of Paradii-e. Ac.
80 cases colored Straws, Bagal and CheniUe ; latest fall
10 colored Leghorn Flatta, Gipseys, and ChUdren
50 boxes Bu;sias and Thule Caps.
IcO doz. Hoop gkirta, a I tbe latest styles, for Fa'l.
SO " Cloth Talmas and Cloaks, latest styies, at unpre
cedented low prices.
B0 Rich Black Bugle Collars, and Trimming Laces.
Likewise a fine stock of Needlework, Goods In ret, Ac,
consisting of Jaconet, Maltese, Mus'ln, Honington, Ao , in
Collars, fclteve.-, Worked Band', Kmbroidered Handker
chiefs, Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies Paris Ck fiiure Caps, Mobair
Head bre?ea and rich imported Head Dresses in the great,
est rplendor. Likewise rich ornamented goods, Combs ot
every new style, the Bonnet Comb to keep Bonnet in the
right place; the new style Elastic Role for tbe bead, fine
and medium Cabbas and many Fancy (roods, too numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, Chil
dreu'a Coats,Legina, Hoae, Mitts, ccartt. and the latest stales
of Rigoletta for parties. It is impossible to give you a lull
uescripuon or our tall Stock, it wid require your personal
attention te examine. Having 18 years experience in
Nashville, I flatter myself that I can now plea e tha most
fastidious, not only in goods but iu prices.
Tha great and unprecedented patrorage we receive from
one season to tbe other, we flatter oureives, aa ludy estab
lished our Establishment for Rich Millinery Goods. No
deception aa rejrarffs Faxliion?. .We have our Agent at
Paris and London to keep us pos ed, and bring out the
stjlca as soon as exhibi ed at Eurcpe. We will open our
Kail Su ck of Fancy Bonnets IStSi in.-t., and hope to receive
that Liberal patronare eqtcndtd to ui for years past.
E. Wlae., Ageot,
Parisian Millinery Bazaar,
sentS. No. 46 Union rit. next door to Plate Bank.
Country Mei chants and Milliners supplied with a
small bill tf goods at lullv aa low ric s as purchasing
ist. .Bonnets renovated in s uperior style aad reasonable
F 11 A S f C I c o ,
MANCf ACTL'RER AND DEALER IN
UATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' PUIS,
Ao. J23 Public Square,
OF MOLESKIN" HAT,
WILL b introdured this morning at the Fashionable
City Hat in poriura,
Gentlemen wifhing a FINE DRF-HS II AT will please eal
and examine the BtAUTlFL'L fl'VLK introduced to the
public to-day My facil.ties for uianutactnrinB will enable
me at all tiroes to furnish t en'lemen leaving tbeir orders,
with the LATEST fcTKLE HAT, at thefhortent notice.
A. J. FllANCt8Ci.
ue29. 8 Public Square,
npHOE perona who have le ft their orders for the FALL
-a. CTiLK Ur liAT dur'Uir the week, are infuritifil th.t
they are ready f r delivery to-day, from the EMPORIUM,
aug?9. 23 Pui.lic tquare.
Fashionable Fine Cassimere Hats.
OF new Styles aud Colors, at
Fall Styles of the Soft Hat,
OF all the new aud f i-hionnble shapes and colors, fust
opened at a-ig9.1 FRANClCO'8.
Boys' and Children's Fall Style cf Hats
LfTFRY style and quality to which we invite the atten-
tion oi tne ladies, at FrtANCltCO't.
aug'i'J. i public tquare
HICKS' CHINA HALL,
46 Pcblic Sqcaee,
NASI! VILLE, TENNESSEE. (
HAVING admitted JOHN G. UOCFTON to an Interest
io my business, from 1st Julv. I tk thm v-.l,n to
offer my thanks for patronage hereUfore bestowed, and to
elicit a continuance of the same for the future. We pro.
mise to all who w ay favor us with a call, a full and well.
aesorted atock of Qneensware, China, and (jlats, of the
best quality, and of the latest and most approved ihapea
auu ijroo, iresn irom tne De.t rcgl.tn, Franch and Amer
The stock now io store is very full, and being Inserted
wij nr me sev larin Act. U clieai.er. and wiil ba
wld to cash and prompt d-alrrs at lower sricm than hm.
aaglS Imd. a. U. 1IICKJ9
Royal ilayana Lottery.
IHS aezt ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
A. Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Oovsrnmeot, id.
i n iiciiwiiii ui in, vaptain ucnerai ol Cuba, w
ic place at Havana, on
Friday, September Sath, 1S57.
arteo .fumcre 687 Ordinatrio.
Capital lrlAc H 0,000 Dolls.
Fna of simt.iK'O
I'riscA ot fH,0w
.... .... lO.IHO
0 " ijhio
ci - - &,w
13 " - 4
Uti AnDrarirnktinn. a
4 Appreximation. t the tltm.ui.ui. of r.xt.a-h-a rari.
N,ow; 4 ol tn to 80,uK; 4 ol too to lO.IXW; of 400 to tf-.tHHI
Uliole licket0; Halves IO;
Quai ler S3.
Fn'sr leached at s jrht at A Dr erat diamnnt
fcilla en the Nasbv.ne ctty Lacks taken at par.
A drawing- will be forwarJa t as coon aa the resi
1 result becomes
, Vff Commaaication. addressed to DOS RODRTOi'FZ
fCire of Oily Fnat. Cbarlcwuiw. to Ca.,. ar.ul thr Mh of
KO. 48, colllui: sritl'.ET,
HAS JC3T EEcnvta '
Ocata Caa 1-aieiU Leather Corfm Ga.tcrs.
Sap'r stitched Ctetb lougrcs, Uaitcra,
to I astir. Tire atd do 00
" aawed CK Uo do
" do On Ol 'ord Tls,
; Powp tola Ca it Drea Hoots,
Cali ew'd aad prg'j boot ot varioaa ryies.
TUt'jaKI iLl!U:! ItOX.XET UOXI.!
ALSO a Uw EaUh Soin Leather Tracks,
K o do to uty Tracks.
Lad es Wee laa lrva Trans a,
A larr w-ortinr.t of sneap fttack aed Fair
LAATrtEA TkCNKi. ail tiaas.'
A taricty et txA Leather Attlaad TaiUca,
du ao a Ham Co.
AJaw A varied trk of cbsap Laathev Va'iMa.
leparcce nttt LeaiAsr Avsaast 00,
i hxi 10 io a
feack and Fair ao do to
AH of vtirt are uSirti deap for ioaA.
fcept A, 1 v I. .
SKYDHC & PIIIZZELL,
B saw rreparrd. to ei!.itit soi very kaa&ofbe
2. a. Si.e, both !u Ladies and ti.oiiauea, kwii:
Arties' Awai t.iicrs, tel every x ia al J
" ppf r, (UatiAMiie uiasua:i
Flee T4irt sad S:d Mtpsera;
lt aa4 Aia buwta, wl h am4 wtb le.U;
W tSH1 (ti ? I S, - -
t fcniiiH' Aiski Tlr. si.4 ij lij cU;
4irU CaJ t'lt rst lie;
- " Cwajrasa wciicfs, stttStaa a4 4,!, jaJe.
I-irfFlo Trv,tjr re Lta"tr Trutsjc
A-.s Tais,f every variety, Cirjt tt-tt, f.utala
asa L ... ti:t. trj wa eij iL t.iuWu eJ tu
ti lty ar ! is sly , aud ci in
best i a &ai 1 1 n.ttm,
Uu ai N. vl, t ui-i ; n--.r.
-;- 11. tsutix k FEiziau
hJAU .S .4 ? bt traais, t, Vjw a.
a. s. Boixisa.
8. r. CASBICK.
r. S. BOLLIXS.
R. S. HOLLINS a CO.,
WHOLESALE EZALZSS TS
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
HAVE KEMOTED TO THEIR
New Store House,
K JVaallwille Inn Uiextt.
North East Side Pullic Square,
V H-RK'r'fJ are now receiving the lamest and mort
f f oeMrable stocit of B:t, Shoes and Haia, they have
ever offered to the Fall Trade, to which they most rer prct
fully invite the attention of ad Merenanta baying ia tnia
ahville,8Cth August, :S5T. 2m
Bransfcrd, McWliirter & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers la
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
- sie4ili -t iAAalAAiAAil SjfeA,
READ Y-HIA DE CLOTHING,
NO. 3, NASHVILLE INN BLOCK.
UAVINI removel to onr New and Capacious Ware
House, as indicated above, we nut iuu-!fnii.
the attention or ihe Retail trade to our VERY LARGE
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
FALL ANU WlNTr R URT GOODS,
GKNTLE.M EN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, Ac.. Ac.
Comprised in the assortment and to which we most par
ticularly invite the attention of the Trade) will be lound a
mil uu auraciiTB block OI
Plain, B ack and Fancy Press Silks,
Plain and Printed Merinos,
Plain, Oolord and Printed Delalnea,
Plain, Black and Fancy Mohair Lustres
White Goods, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, Kibbona, Ac.
Plain, Black, and Fancy French Coths.
" 44 " Doeakina,
Fancy Plush Testings,
Ladies Cloaks, Ac.
Beside a very large and well assorted iit r cs-inv
SIADE CLOTHiNG, EH1R1S. Ac Mannfactnr.H .irr.w
immediate supervision of one f our firm expressly for the
Our Stock of PLANTATION GOODS, such as Osnaburgs
White Linseys. Plain and Twilled Kersevi. n
Georgia Plains and Twills. Negro Blanketa, Country made
Jeans and Socks, will be found very large. And as cheap
. can dc ruereu m tnt poumern country.
Our facilities for businers bavin been vr mnK ...
creased. We slia:i-Hler ortro inducements to those who
mj lavur ua wita a can mi .eason.
iilLANsFOiiD, MoWHIRTER k CO.
CLOTH! JN G HOUSE,
NO. 5T COLLEGE STREET.
lATE are new receiving and opening at our New Store,
v V No. 67 College Sire t, a very large and entirely new
Slock of Ready.maoe Cluihiso, embracing every desenp
lion of goo.li belongirg to the Clothing business. Being
exclusively in this branch of business, we think wa will be
able to offer a very desirable Stcck In this line for the Fall
and Winter Trade. Ple.se call and examine our a.ock.
ICeriio Under Ehirt?,
Linen ft Cotton Shirts,
Fronts, White ft Col'd,
Linen Bosom Shirts,
Blk. ft Col'd Cravats and
Ties, great variety,
All Wool Under bnirw,
" ' Lrawers,
El'd Canton Flan. Craw
Bro. " " "
Bilk Under Ehirta and
Col'd and vhite Linen
Cambric Hdkfs, gts,
Border M 44
El'd & Bro. Drill Draw-!
Berlin Gloves, Mens' ft
Plain ft Emb'd Self AA-
Buck Gloves ft Mittens,
Che nee In Hnfflin
GaunUet " noJ0lli.i irayelinB; Shawls,
Vi Boys' Susp'der., " Arctic
Bed, Blue ft Blue JUixta Boyi. 4 chUdren's Sati
JTiannel, net & fclJta guit &11
Under ft Out Side Shiru, eolor8
HEECII, -VECB &. CO.
Nashville, gept. lst,lS57 3m.
r k. t; i
WATSON M. COKE,
Late rf Gainesboro'.Tenn
JiFPER N. BAILKT.
cAMULL 0. UO US HALL.
COCKE, BAILEY & CO-,
WHOLESALE DEALERS lit
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CiPS, ETC.,
No. 50, ZVorlU Mde Public Square,
X7K have removed to the Store-bouse (next door to
f f Morgan Co ) indicated above, where we are pre
pared to exhibit to the Trade a most superior stock of
H00U, ciios, iiais. Caps. Umbrellas, Carpet-bers, and
Trunks, which we will off-r to Cash an! prompt Time
Iealers at a small advance on Manufacturers' pricea.
Comprised In the assortment will bu found a large line
of D. W. tatchclor's celebrated Water proof and l'artp
ole Boot ; of wt.ich good, we bav the contra in ibis mar
ket. Also a gcod scleciin uf Uum and UurJ.lo Overshoes,
and an excellent stock f Net:ro Ilroirunt and Heavy Wool
lists, suitable for Iron Factories and Plantations.
Having secured an eligible ireation for our basinets, we
are desirous to extend our trad: wilh reliable merchant.;
and will sn?ai;9 to cive .atiiitctioo to ail who may favor
ua with an examination of our roods and prices.
augi 2m. CDOKK, 11A1LKT k CO.
ADAM O. ADAMS.
T. & W. EAKIN &C0.,
IMPOBTEES AND "WE0IX3A12 DEALERS
NOW READY FOR THE FALL TRADE!
W e bate now iu More a. superb slock
of FA EE AMD WIKTEK GOOD!, In
vt'lilrla will be found wwrue of tne tuoac
taatr fraud a for LaUies and Ceutlenien
ever efleieU In Aaaltwllle.
H e have largely increaaed ear stock of
Aad are fully prepared to meet the growing demand cc
the Trade at
Oar Stack or
Will be fouad large ard atfactive, to all "of Mch
Invite tbe attention of ilerchanU, as our lacilities enab '
aa to offer extra Inducement.
. TAA'-W EAKIX CO.
Naf aviu-a, Auff.fS, 1-3I. In
R, H. GiKDNFR,
S. C. GARDNER,
F. A. EiiLPiik&D ,
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO-.
IJIOSTJIS ASD JOBBERS Of
DRY GCCDS AND VARIETIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND STRAW GOODS,
No. 2, athvlll luu Itlock,
WI are now opening at oar KEW STORE, recent'
ere ted 00 1 h- .it. cf th o l Nasht U e Ian, a vert
am and tcaauful Mock ef tl ab. v guuds, I which w
rv-fet(u lv invite the atlcntioa of Merchants bd; lag I
atj-.v. utiVAla, cutruis9 A CO.
Impartrra aud Wbolcwmle Oealrrw in
aaVaMaa Sta Sa'
HEADY-MAD C CLOTUI.G,ic, dc.
Ynre Houses No. 70 4 71,
OUR STOCK ALL COMPLETE!
liav as ia t Ik UrfA o4 best Slock a.
Staple a4 Facy
Rer.J)-I."de Clolhlns &c,
Wa ever I-pVc.i, a i.l will sM te-a at th wry W
w r W pr-a j t tfssWjs. A lib,- dsoiir.t i.
We r4)Mt a mfo enma f oar F-toek,aa k i'cj as-
A. J. D U.N CAN U CO.,
ri v si Tl PuM fj-,1??.
ETMTS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS AV
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC,
SOOTS, SHOES, HATS, VARIETIES,
SO. 1 NASHVILLE. IKN IL0CX,
NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS.
HATING removed to our new and capacious Storehouse,
CORIftR OF TBE PTTELIC FQr. RK AND VORTH WAR
We are new receiving, and will have comp'e'ed bv tte ?5th
inst., by far the largest and most varied Stock of Gooda
we have ever btfjre oflered. '
It will comi rife erery c'esrr;ptlcn cf DRY COrDS,both
Fobeigb and Dobkstio, tnpether with a large amotml of
RKADl-MADal CLOl'UING. manBf.cturd under tbe im
trediale supervision of one of oar Cru. Also,
Boots, Shoes, Ihlsfc Variety Goods.
A careful examination ia solicited from aM merchaata
biting our market. LVANrf A CO.
Nahville, Augu t 26, 1557 tnovl.
NEW FILL STOCK FOR 1S57.
ALLISON. AF.DERSQK & CO.,
JTO. 41 PUBLIC SQUARE,
WE a-a now receiving and opening, for the Fan and
Winter Trade, a larse and eleeant inrk nrnev
GOOD3, VAhlfcTlEU, and KtADY-M ADK t Lo I HiNG, to
which we invite the attention of n.erchanta. and tha trad
generally, visiting our city
augzo am. ALLISON, ANDERSON k CO.
WHOLES. LI DEALER IS FOREIGN AND DOM FST1C
HATS, BONNETS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HR0GAXS, UMBRELLAS, dc
Ko. 73, Lower Karket Street,
(A few tttp Vtlov the XathrilU In LoL)ZJ
IHAVK teceivedand offer sale a jCrt-raU assortment
FALL AND AVINTEK GOODS.
Preferring to reduce my stock before removing to H. k
B. Pong as' corner Euildirt;, I will t ubmit to lower pricea
tban a mor e expensive business loaation would Justify.
Beiponsible buyers of tioods at wholesale, who would'
serve their own interest by instituting a con-iarion, shall
-are several per cent il they will examine this very rm
FALL ARD WINTER
L. IB. & T.'D. FITE,
M. O.CoIIege Street.
YTE are now in receipt of the most extensivs and desir
V able stock of
.Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, .
He ever beore ojfered.
Merchants purchasing; In this market will Bud it to their
interest to examine in particular
OI'K STOCK. OF
Ladies9 Dress Goods,
WHITE GOODS, GESERALLY,
Mantillas anil Cloaks.
We always keep the
Anchor Brand l! citing Cloth S
Er- AH the cumbers from one to ten.
augS9. LB.iT. D. FITE.
li. B. PLUMMtR.
Morgan, Pluiiinier, Cooke & Co,
WHOLES A LE DEA LERS Ilf
O Z O X 2U
IV oa. T A 8 Public Squure, NaaliTlllo.
WE are receivine our FALL STOCK, embracing:
NfcW fil'YLK PRINTS AND (iXNGUAWS;
OS VABUP.OH, PLAIDS AND 8TRIPE3. JEANS, Ao., ke.
In'yUit-aru. MORGAN, PLTJMMKR, C00KB k CO.
NEW HARDWARE STORE
47 IHAISKET STHEET.
T7 11. n. iiiiicniir.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
IS dow opening at his eatabli.hment.No.47 Market street,
next door to M. burns', a large ard w.ll lelected it oca
fcf Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Ao which he intends onerlng
eiceedincly jow for Cash, or to prompt dealers on h-,r
time. Among the leading art ices Bow en hand will be
found the fallowing, via :
Pocket and Table Cutlery. (Double and Single barrel shot
Carpenters' end Blacksmiths'! tiuns
Axes of every description A I
Mill, Crors Cut and Pitt Sawa.
Cutton, Wool and liors
Trace, Halter. Wagon and
Heme and Cellar.
Picks and Mattocks.
Curry Combs aad Horee
sept. I tf
A lare assortment of Locks.
Hinges and fcrews.
Flush and tsq tare Bolls.
Shovels, cp-les and Fjrks.
Unndstooes, Cranks asd Kel
lers. Rifles and Piotols.
Tl'EEAZIO.TI A, TE5IV..
JO. B. SMITII, Proprietor.
HAVING Ukn charge of the above Hotel, I will ea
deavor to please all who may faver sue with call.
Of asy frieods and tr: oiiisen of Nashville and David.oo
county, I would sol cit paironafn. My taile will At all
time k provided with the best lb country aCords, ad
every care will be taken to pirate all.
There ia a good Livery rtable coniicroa, to thin house,
and the tayettevillr, Mulberry, and Lyncl.burg Mail and
Passenrer Coach leaves this Hotel every Monday, YVednes
day and Friday for the above places, at 1 e'eiock, P.M.
and retureii g every lues.' ay, Ihurstlay and faiurday, at
11 o'clock, A. M., making connections with th N. trill
k Chattanooga, and McMinnvtlle k MncLattr Mali
Tullahoma, Acgust 13,1657. cAa
P. P. PECK & BRO.,
IT AVE r sale TWO FINE COAClimt,
AX just received from New Fork. Tbey
Coaches are we believe finer thaa any ,
piiniui weak VI Ml AUlgnMl wvwumui
JanciS. - - - '
I P. PIX'K &. IHiO.,
INTITE the attention of coaniry dealer te Ih.ir atock of
Buygiea. W m ik. a guod article which w warrant.
He Lave also en Laud kasicra aruei., which we war
p. p. ii:cic imo .
HAV this day received Three COAClUjt, which we
beucve to be Boer than any ia liuscun. )uocti.
HAVANA lIaAN JLOTTKUV!
Favorite Odd and Erca Scheme.
210ZZ TSA3 1 PE1IE TO S TICXETS.
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
Ticket tt; II-Itcw ,.; Quarters tl.
lt IW bay aew wha mvw be;h before, - -ad
Ltuwe who aieays boogbt mom buy it u-ore.
PSIirS TA.JALLZ V?IZUQZJ E3CCTI0ar.
To be dravra erery Saturday ia Eeptsza
ber as.d October, 1357.
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