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Friday "Horning, September 25, 1857.
Official Journal forPuMisliiug the
, Post Office Letter List.
Notice to Transient AdverlUen.
All transient advertisements in thia paper, must be paid
or at the time they are handed in othere they will not
be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli.
Apprentices. Wanted at this cfflce two b-ys to
earn the printing business. Boys from the country pre
ferred. FOft SIAYOa,
JOHN A. McEWEN.
The present caovaes for the Mayoralty is, in
one of its feature, fiDgnlar. Notwithstand
ing that the sham democracy have carried the
State, and made j reparations to bestow all the
office within the gift of the Leidslat.ore npon
haDgry frbam democrats, regarJless of the fit
ness of American incumbents; and, in the
farther -xercise of their vindictiveness, have
announced their intentioD to make a stretch
of power fot the purpose of bringing Mr.
Bell's head to the block two years in advance
of the expiration of hia terra of office not
withstanding these things, the hara democra
cy of Nashville, are not satifcfird. They con
tinue to cry for more. Inasmnch as they can
not seize the chief executive office of the city,
they have the consummate effrontery to ak
the American Party, whom they proscribe and
curne whenever an opportunity offers, to give
it to them to thrust wide all Americans ffnd
humbly pass the symbol of their government
in the city into the hands of their enemies!
"Was the like ever heard of before! "We put
it to any honest phara democrat to say whe
ther this is not at-king rather too much ? Oh!
a. it is. urill nnt mulfA tlli ft DartV COH-
test; but, at the same time, every man oj mem
is determined to tote for the gentleman, of their
party toho is a candidate! If this is not mak
ing it a party contest, we would like to know
what it is. If there were no Americans in
Nahville competent to discharge the duties
of the Mayoralty, there might be Bome fhow
of reason in asking the selection of a sham
democrat ; but as thia ia not the case, we com
mend General Cheatham to the good offices of
hia party friend in the Legislature. They are
bent on irflicting capital punishment upon
our friend Ldttkel. Gen. Cheatham would fill
the place occupied by him with credit to him
self and hia party. John A. MiEwen, coin
ciding with the majority of the voters of
Nashville in political sentiment, a candidate
in deference to the wishes of his parry and
aarainst his own wishes, will exactly "fill the
bill" f r Mayor. No man in the city possess
es superior qaalifiot'ioris for the position ; nor
ia there one whose high character commands
more of the respect and esteem of his follow
citizena of all parties. Having consented to
become a caodidate, he American Party of
Nashville would do themselves discredit to
cast their suffrages upon any other person.
They can't think of doing such a thing. They
honor the high ptrsonal characteristics of his
opponent, and cteeiu him for his gallantry on
the field of battle, but they don't think they
are the people to reward him, whilst his own
party have almost innumerable offices, good
ones, too, to dispose of. The 6ham democracy
should think of this, and see that their
worthy candidate ia placed in a higher po.-i-tion
than that they are seeking to place him
in now. If they want Americana to compli
ment him, we doubt not the American mem
bers of the Legislature will gratify them.
The caudidates for Mayor, wo are requested to
ay, will address the citizens of South Nashville, at
Love's store, to-ni.:h'., Friday.
Theatre. This evetiing the beautiful pl.y of
"MaieUne,;th;B.:lleof the Faubuor;;," w.ll bepr-
ntfd, Mrs. Yan D''reo personating Jtfadrfuiiie,
and Mr. Martin Bertrand. The entertainments
close with the afterpiece "A Silent Wife."
Nothing- to ay,
Is the title of a humorous poem, by Doestick",
hugely illustrated, one of the most amusing pro
ductions ol that "Perfect Brick." W. T. Berry Si
0 i. have just received a lot.
Another Sewing Machine.
It will be seen by reference to our advertising
columns, that a new low priced sewing machine ia
about to be introduce 1 by E. M. Panderson Co.,
of Baltimore. Thosi who feel any interest in the
matter, or who mj oVsire to purchase the right to
venJ, would do well to audress the firm.
The regular meeting the Ust of the Municipal
year took place yi sterdav at the City Ua!l. m
The regular Committees were called, and the rt
ports rrceived and 6h-d.
Aid. Uolemnn from the committee appointna to
report cost o( eucloiug Welkin's Park, reported
that the sum or $1600 would nmke the enclosure
Aid. W. A. Davis, from the committee to whom
waa referred the bill for the relief of Kicliard Shaf
fer, baed upon the p. tilion of Mr. S. for adui-ion-al
compensation lor wotk dune on the Him' School
Iloue, reported against granting the sa tu4. Report
Aid. ilaile, from the committee to whom wnro
fcrred the riaoltuious of Fire Company, No. 1,
asking for alterations in the pln ol th.-ir Engine
lloue, reported giu?t the aatua. U.c. lved.
Aid. Conger preteuti-J petition Irom Meaara.
Bush & Fain for the privilgs of i-recliug a frame
shed for a Com Mill iu South Nai-hf ille. (Jrauted.
Aid. Colt-man presented a resolution to have the
pavements on each aide of the Market House ex
Aid. Gli no from the committee to reeeivj pro
posals to cover the North nd of lh Market IJouie,
r. ported that they bad aw.rded the work to Mesar .
McClure, Buck Si Co. IUceired and concurred in
Aid. Ft lis preoeut-;d a bill requiring the i ighi
Polite to go on dut? at 9 o'clock, Iroui and after
the l--t ol October. Paased l.t reauiug.
Mr. Shaffer was grauted the privilege of making
a itatemebt relative to making a mistake in hia bid
fjr tl-e Brick work in the llurue Ilih School.
Aid. W. A. Davis called up l.no bill to allow Mr.
Shaffer coiopeusaliou for lh n.iet.ke iu lb Brick
wark, and moved to stnke out $670 and insert f S00.
The amendment was carried. The bill was tun
read the second time and diacUSKcd itiomt leulb,
by Aid. IialU against and Aid. Ware in favor. The
rale wi u?petidcd and the bill passed on iu thir J
and laat reading.
The bill relative to the night Tolice wi called
up and lou .
Aid. Fofg presented a petition fiom Messrs.
Iilna St Brown asklnihe privilege to pat op a lion
aud mortar in from of their Drug Stora. Granted.
Aid. Wilkinson pr. anted reaoluUoti t purchase
a certain lot hi South Naahvi le, f.r iLe purpca ol
building a free school house. I'.Sjed.
Aid. Fog moved tial ill Bajri adjjuro li:l
Tuesday natl at i o'clock. Cirried.
tSTThe Nashville Academy of Music will com
rnence its fifth session on the 3rd Monday In Sep.
Wniix-r Dext. For particulars apply to the Pi incl
pal, No. 84, South Vina strrei, Jy 28 2o.
C"Cbarlc 11, s. Teacher oo the Piano, Uarp
Guitar, and In singing, is now prepared to si lea
sons If dired, at the rralJei cs of the .LoL,r.
Teitnsone dollar U-ssoo, tioue erg.d for U
than twenty leaeous, ju, iui.
, Olilo State fair. .
Cikcissati, SpL 19, 1857.
T the Editor t of the A'ushville Patriot:
The Ohio State Fair closed last evening. The
attendance was large, receipts enormous, and the
display grand. The most exitiDg event tbat took
plac; was the trial of Corn and Cob Mil's, of which
there were four eotnea ' Excelsior, " Little
Giant," "Star Mill" and "Eagle Mill." The con
test was warm and protracted, and resulted in the
coroprete triumph of the " Exo-lsiob, " to
which mill the Committee nnanimoualj awarded the
highest premium a silver medal. This victory,
togtib. r with that achieved at the National Fair at
Louisville, must securejto the Excelsior" Mill a
character (cr excellence entirely unequalled.
Soule's SelWoading C.rt, gotten up in Nashville,
was one of the most novel and attractive machines
on the ground it was the su' j ct of universal ad
miration, and was awarded the highest premium
a si!vr medal.
It is estimated tbat fifty thousind persons have
left the city within the last two days, notaithstand
in which the citv is still crowded: the Fair of the
Mechanic' Institute, Horticultural Fair, and oih-T at
traction serving to keep many strangers here for
several days. Yours respectfully,
In teresli ngr to ?Iechanlcsand TTanufac
luiertv Third Annual Fair.
The Mechanics and Manufacturers of Tennessee
and a'ij'itiiug States, are reminded that the Third
Annual Fair and Exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti
tute of this State, will commence 1st of October
in this city. The anuually increasing interest man
ifested in these exhibitions, and visible advantages
resulting to exhibitor!1, as well from the dissemina
tion of important information among themselves,
as fromthr great publicity which they are thus ena
bled to give their bunine.'-s, renders it certain tbat
the approaching exhibition will eclipse in magnifi
cence and interest all its predecessors.
Copies of Circulars, giving full particulars, can be
obtained at the Mechanic's Institute rooms, College
street, opposite the Sewanee, or by addressiug the
President, YV11. Stockell, or Secretary B. K. Wal
ker. June 25 3m.
I Take Heed. Dr. Tilion has returned to the Mas-
i g isf t Roase Chlcag0t wtere My cbtairj(,d 01d Dr.
James' wonderful and celel rated extract of Carnibi'i Ic
di:a. His son 1 j-Uw, Dr. Thomas Tilton, will supp y you
with it, either per.-orally cr by express. It is a sure and
speedy care of t he morst cases of Consumption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Nervous Debility, Coughs, Coldj, and Pore
Throat. We know iMs to be a fact. Try it and live.
P. 3 By addressing lr. Tiltoo a note thronzh the Chi
cago Fort Cffice, ii c'ourg foor stamt s, (12 cent-) a recipe
ill be tent in return, free of charge, to any part of the
Union. Da. TILTON,
sept 8-1 n Massasoit House, Chicago.
Practical Artisu 1c every branch of Photography and
whole ale and retail dealers in Arcbro'ype, Melainolype,
Photograph, anl Iiaguerreotjpe goods ; Apparatus aLd
Chemical., of every l ind, variety and description n:ed in
the atovs Arts. All orders will be promptly filled, and for
warded to any part of the country at the very lowest mar
ket rates, tor cash, to which the trade are respectfully in.
vi ed. Also Agents for the tale of Melainotyp and Bpher
reotype Bights. HUOHKS BIO'S,
Pep'4. 26 Union street, Nashville, Tenn.
Uj3 We are authorised to announce Col. B. F. Chxat-
baii as a Candida e for the office of Mayor of Nashville, at
the ensuing election.
YfT We are authorized ts announce Go. W. Dahdiit as
a ca didate for AUierman In the 8d Ward.
We are authorized to announce D. W. Dotam as a
candidate for AUe. man in the 8th W anl.
We are authorized to announce J. W. Fsits as a
candidate for Alderman cf the Fourth Ward.
We are authorised tT announce G.
51. Fooo a ean-
didate fur Alderman in the 5th Waid.
tV" We are authorized to announce that David H.
Wake will serve as Alderman of the fourth Ward, if re
tT9r We are authorized to announce Johs Coltabt as a
candidate fur Alderman if the First Ward.
p We are i-uthorized to announce A. D. Ckhghtom as
candidate for Alderman of Uie fourth Ward.
tyr" We are authorized to announce J. P. OnLratS a
candidate for re-elec ion as Alderman in the&th Ward.
tpff We are authorized to announce J. T. Bhowh a can
didate for Alderman in the 4 h Ward.
tr We are authorized to announce Isiac l'arL as a
candidate for Alderman in the 7th Ward.
iTV" e are authorized to announce WhLum R. Dkmcm-
laikl a caudidate for Alciermau in the 2d Ward.
t-vY" We are authoiized to announce Jous K. lIl'Mi. a
caiiUiuaui lor aiuernuu in me imru aru.
0 W'e are author zed tn announce Jawia M. Hiktos as
a cand'date for theritt of Davidson county, at the nest
TT" We are authorized to announce Jous K. Kpmomdsosi
as a candidate for bhenflf of Davidson county, at the next
V We are authorized to announce E. B IiiGLar as a
candiJate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
TTT We are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate for sheriff of Davidson oounly, at the next March
COI J1TY COI It r CEEIEK.
$y We are authorized to announce Capt Jobm 8. Dash-
six as a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the March
tV W'e are authorized to announce Fsttx R. Cheat
bam, as a candidate for re-election to the office of County
Court Clerk. Klection in March next.
W'e are authorized to announce Tuos. D. Stock an
as a candidate fjr County Court Clerk at the next March
We are authorised to announce Joss Rains a a
cai.iiidate for re-election to ihe otlica of County Triutee, at
the ensuing March election.
trT" We are authorised to announce T. T. 8aCxdis as a
candidate for the office of County Trustee, at the ensuing
1 1' We are authorised to announce J.-sa B. Psiur as a
candidate for Conatahle, In the Na-hvllla District, at th
enauitig March election.
tYJ ' We are au horised lo announce FLrrcHa W. Hoaa
as a card idale for Constable In the NathriJo District, at the
enu!uK March election.
JOHN YORK &, CO.,
BOOK SELLERS, BOOK BINDERS
Blank Book Mauufactarcrs,
N. 3H, I itlon Mrcet.
HAVK ON HAND
MFPICAb BOOKS, I AW BOOHS, Classical mai Com.
qpn School Bxkf, B:u Books, Steamboat Books, Check
Books, Note B oks Cap srd Letter Paper and Knvelopei,
Oo d and Ptafrl Pro., Ink ar.d Inkstaad", Cheap Publica
tion, Msgtaluei, Ne l-r, etc., eto.
Uerchaats, Lawyers, Doe'.ort, Teachers, Ctodcnt and
otbei s are invited to rail and asaealue for themselves.
aepl. T It
Pen Portraits" by JIacauIfy.
BKKj R A PIIICAL AND H!rCRICAL (KtTCULJ. By
T. B Macaulay. One volume timo. This tolam. t y a.
eaaiay, eontatos Lives and Bkeicbea, of eosao it the smi
diAtioguished saea, as will te ca y a perusal tf the kat
of D. For sala by JOHN TORS A CO.,
Pl!5 i tuioo strael.
PuncjVi Pocket Took cf Fun.
Ta nwnrtof fanca, b-jiLg cat and utcf from th.
it aod wi-Uom of lucaty tva vclaves ef patch. For
!F JOUS VOBK A CO,
ii CuWn straet.
niuuirurit r s L.aun HCUs?,
QAM RUUrgw takes eea.io, u sBoae th,pl
O I lc. it mi, lb. ,r x. o. ove, be bss sivra aoTii
lte.. Is again oierrd. and ba r. ... 71
nAXt.0Mie sbpI, U FailaM W,.t,ri
ashUitr tares U b.. d trood, ai-.4 cu,,.,., J 4
(or 4.. a4 a t.tue ' '
t z,., .si 01 , kltfc n ..4. p ..l: Z
"r- Jll.441 S44K.bt.
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
000 men to engage in the sale of the moat
popular selling Books In Amer.es. Invalid!, mechanic;,
farmers and teachers, ai-bing to travel, will End this a
very profitable and pleasant basinets, en bling them to
fee the conn try, and make money at the same time. A.
gents now in the business are clearing from $500 to $1 50 ,
per year. F-r full particulars and a lilt of Socks, addrep,
H, M. RCX1SON, Qaeen City P&Wr.-niug House, 141 Main
street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living ast, D KCLISON,
Head it he and Ilebilitjr.
Ma. Filas J. Liscomb, of Birmingham, says:
"I have found in Borate's Holxasd Bittebs a remedy
for Headache and Debiiity. My w ife has also used ft with
the greatest benefit.
Ia. A. S. KicaoLBO, of Pittsburgh, also remarks thai
be bas experienced much relief from its nse for Head
ache. Take a half tea-spoonful three times a day, an hour be
fore meals. Eat moderately, and then of wholetoaie food,
and you win Cod this is really a remedy for Sick and Nerv
ous Headache, Weakness of any kiDd, Costiveness, and
Piles. Being perfectly simple in composition, it may be
taken wi'hout fear by the invalid. Possessing a fins
aromatic flavor, it is very grateful to the debilitated atom,
Ilollaway'a Ointment. Cancer, the most ter.
rib'e malady that attacks tl.e fleshy fibre may be extirpated
by this preparation. The knife carinot reach the minut
ramifications of th disease, but the ointment duet. It.
penetrates to the sources of all ulcerous disorders, and
performs a radical cure.
Sold at the manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lane, New York.,
nd by all druggists, at 25c., C2Xc, and tl per box. 40
Frtib asd Ague. Foremost among the various remedied
for this disease stands Dr. Ehallenberge-'s Antidote A
few dose will cote any ordinary case, and one done inva
riably stops the chill. It contains nothing in the least;
degree hurtful to the tyatem under any circumstance,
and never produces the unpleasant effects that attend the
use of Quinine and other agents in general nse. It cured
every form of the disease, and ia the original and only Ann
tidote for Jfal-aria.
A-k lev Dr. fchalenberger's Fever and Ague Antidote,
md be fure you get pill. Bold by respectable Druggistii
everywhere Price tl 50. Sole Proprietors, A. T. Sbal
lkhbeObb A Co., Rochester, Pa. aug4-8mdtriw.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every Bummer and fall thousands of people die of Flux ,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregular! tiei
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case tor 75
cents, by the use of TTJCSXR'S CKOLESA SYRUP,
which has been tested by the best physicians In the Soutl
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectua
remedy now in u e. It bas performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific. A human life can be save!
in nine cases oat of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by yon.
For sa e by KERN AN a RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug
gist. apr24 fim
105 MEDICAL PBEPRATI0NS
FOR THE CCRE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undesigned, bavins been appointed sole Agent fcr
Nashville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recorr
mended in Dr. Free?e'a Con.bined System of Practice, fcr
Physicians and Families,' would respectful'y offer them to
such of our citiz-.ns as need a rentoratirc to health.
These preparations are eon pounded from the recipes irf
the rrost celebrated Ibysiciacs ind Burgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure erety tnoun disease, that is i.t
all within the rtach of remedies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Professor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our ccuntry, in their daily practical,
aud have been found invsriably effectual.
For further particulars, tee Dr. Freee' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ao.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at his Drug &ore, in Nashville.
JOHN J BEECH,
No. 20 Sewanee Building, ollege St.,
rmel6 6m. Na'hviile, Tenn.
Fancy GooJs and Toilet Articles
JU8T received per Fxpres, a large stock of ladies' auj
gents' Traveling and Toilet Cases, furnished and un
furnished Also, Ladies' Work Boxes, Bas.ets and Cabaii,
o' all styles and sizes. Tl.e Shell, India Kubber, Horn,
and Ivory t ombs; Wool and Ivory Doti.inoen and L'heis
Men, small and lxrge; BickKimon and Chess Hoards. Also,
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Cloth, F e.-h aiid Shavng I rushes.
Ladie ' anl gen'lemen's Porte Monies, Pocket Hooks and
Money Wallets. aIko, ladies' Scissors, -tnd gent's Ciglir
Cases and Razors, tingle or in Sets. For sale by
Septlii. J. 11. McGILL.
YA7 E have now on hand a large variety of Gold Stone,
vv Glass, and fhell Buttons. Also, every style of the
Sleeve Button and Coat Loop, for sale by
J. H. McfJILI..
t AKES CASES
A WELL selected ttock of sentiemen's gold, silver,
axsle, ivory, n.i horn bead malaka, ebonv, partridj;.
and hickory walking Canes, just received and for sal by
sepH9. J. H. McGILL.
LADIES' large Sole Traveling Trunks;
tients' large and small Bole and tiopskin " "
" i " Vatlcee;
And other cheaper styles, jut,t received ai d for sale at
J. H. McGILL'ri,
Ladies and Oentlemens Furnishing and Fancy Store,
scitl9. corner q iare and College street.
J A O. BRU WiE,
COBHKB OF CEADSklCI bTEEST ASD THB FyDASS,
AS now in store a more extensive Stock of Clotta,
Casoiiueres, Over-Cuatings, Ac, than u uaL
Cull and see 'I'lieui. .
Every thing that is choice aud excellent can be found
Nashville, Sept 4, lStl-lm.
FALL AND WJNTFK (MODS.
IS dow receiving a most extenoive stock of Fall and
Winter Uood', of every denciiption and of the latest
style, he has al.o en-tt- l the services ot a New lurk
Cutter, whose reputation is beyond dispute.
feet. X-lm. do a
CLIFTON & ABBOTT
HAVi". Juit received from the Eastern Cities, a verv Urge
assortment of CLOllls, CAS.-IMkREa AND VEST
1MJ8, chosen with the greatest cire by Mr Harvey, wheae
superior taste bas enabled oa to bring out by tar, the most
beantiful stork of Piece Goods we have ever otlereO in
Nashville. All made up to order under the superln ten
deuce of the well known Harvey.
Nashville, bept. 1, lsil.
WARD & BIRMINGHAM,
No. T, Cedar Street,
HAVE received ihnr st ek of FALL AND WISTIR
GOODS; con pn ing Cl ths, CaMimeres, Vesting-,
and a gmeral arsrtmeu of tttntieuru's Furnishing
Goods, and will b 1 leased to wait upon their old friends
and ihs public general.y. eept 8 lni
raiuura. wa. qibsom. a. aiioi. j. Bixoa,ii.
C. VV. PHILLIPS & CO.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS &. CO.,
COMMISSION IHERCHAN 1 S
38 t'KIOX vritEET,
oeta 1 v XtW ORT.EA Kfi
j. 11. iiorr..ufc,co.,
WUOLZSALK ASD RETAIL .
3FL O O Hi ZFS. 53.
AMD DEALERS 111
iAquors and lroiucc,
NO. 51, COLLEGE STKEET,
. T. ASTLTT. . O. M'OXS, f. J. B 'costs.
BAETLETT, IX'COHB & CO.,
G E2E11A L
K0. 25 LEVEE s.0 COJdKEEClAL ST.,
ssAi.vr Loris, mo.
PT" Liberal csvh advances made en Consignments,
W. U, GOKD0X A CO., WM. I. BRYAN, E.'Q,.
July Tl -Srn. Sashvilla, Teaa.
"rniLLirs & jeimIT"
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
bOCOUT KACLl'SlVtLT AT
1 A. 3 Uauk M.t btUw Marltl
Eetea SVron J anl TiSrd Pu.
11 1 1 1. A Di. 1. 111 1.4, lA.
aus;t-3iad trl .
.souri u. cauhos,
Dry Goods CommlsIua ITcrctufif,
sr. Lous, no
ISAAC C. HOLT. Clsj.i.
JaS. MtKrrvk, C,l!op fiaak 6f T8aeme: A. H ass.tus.
Mususs A u., Jas. xi.
OI.OHi:il fctlltt t Vr Jut reei4 s Dhu
KJ srlatcul U Cvlori I PI m, Utl sljrtta, at t f.
BY THESATIOSAL JUNE. .
Reports Furnished by the Associated Press.
FUBTBERSKWa PER ETtAMrR CAJiADa.
Halifax". Sept. 23. Much anxietj id felt rela
tive to India news expected, bat not- received
when the Canada sailed.
C. W. Feld wrote to the London Times contro
verting the statement of that paper, re6p cling
the Atlantic cable being unavailable for the Indian
telegraph. Fisld sajs that recent tests show that
the cable s as Deriecl as when first put aboard the
The estimated amount of American securities in
England is SO to 100 million pounds sterling.
The "NTew" deprecates the apathy exhibited bj
capitalists regarding the manasrereent of Riiiroad
affairs in England, and says tbat ia America there
19 a powerful combination for the avowed purpose
of bricgng all the principal railroad undertakings to
ruin. The article concludes by suggesting thelor
raatioD of a London Committee 00 American 6tocks
to protect the interest of foreign bolder.
A London atturney by the name of Dean has ab
sconded, owing a hundred and fifty thousand
pounds sterling, including forgeries on a gigantic
Dr. Livingston attended a meeting of the Man
chester Cot 10 supply Association, and eipl.tred
the commercial resources of Africa. Lie said it
was well adapted for the production of sugar and
corn, and he intended to devote his future life in
the special effort to develope those products in Af
rica. A resolution waa adopted, arking the Gov
ernment to furnUh Livingston with a steamer to
ascend the Bam best river.
A letter bas been received from Lady Franklin's
Arctic expedition, dated at Baules river, Greenland,
reporting satisfactory progress.
The Submarine Telegraph, connecting Europe
end Africa, was successfully laid on the 9th.
The East India Company have cbartied the ad
ditional steamer to carry troops to Iudia.
The religious riots at Belfast have been revived.
The Catholics have organized armed clubs for pro
tection against the Orangemen. The Government
bus uppoiuted a Comniiiocer to ecqjire into af
fairs. Capt. Roberts, convicted of the murder of a sail
or on shipboard, has been banged, but the mates are
The Emperor Napoleon meets Alexander at
Stuttgard on the 25th.
It is rumor.d that the Kings of Prussia and Ba
varia will also be present.
The French harvest is more abundant than iu
The difficulties of the Credit Mobiiies bave been
British sgents are recruiting at Lisle for India.
The Bank of France returns show an immense
increase of bullion.
Italt. The investigation of the late insurrec
tion bas been terminated. 27 prisoners are charg
ed with murdering and maiming soldiers. The res
idue will be tried for high treason.
Spain. Reinforcements are still going to Cuba.
A difficulty bas occurred berVeen France and
Austria 10 regard to reforms iu the rapai States.
An open rupture is predicted.
The Emperor of Russia arrived at Warsaw on
The Pereixns have evacuated LTerat.
The total Euglish force in India and thitherward
England is about opening recruiting offices in
several German principalities.
Bullion in the Bank of Eogland decreased during
the week nine thousand pounds.
American stocks are not much effected by ac
counts of the New York panic.
Stherwite's circular says the New York panic
caused much anxiety, and the severe fall brought
forward tuany buyers.
Illinois shares, at low rates, are in good demand.
Latkst. 12th. Pi-ovirioi.s quiet; beef firm, fi
ner qualities advanced; Bacon firm; Pork dull;
Lird buoyant, quotes at 70a73s; fine Sugar six
pence lower; Coffee eteady; Rice buoyant.
. Washington, Sept. 23 Advices received by
the Interior Department fay thit the Mormons bave
taken possession of Deer Creek, 100 miles West of
Fort Laramie, and drove a band of Sioux Indians
from there, where the Indian Agent bad settled
them iu April The Mormons are making great
preparations to settle; the valley. Th? Agent says
he is powerless to control them.
Thr General Land Office bas taken measures to
suspend the pjt-ntd on thu warrants stolen at
Ihe U.S. Treasurer will purchase certificates of
loans of 1841 1 and 8, and Texas indemnity a
per cent stock, if presented before November 1st,
at the rates heretofore fixed, with interest from the
1st of July.
St. Loci Sept. 23. The proclamation of Gov.
Walker, relative to the October election in Kansas
is received. It says the apportionment excluding
fifteen counties is urjast, but' was completed before
be came to the territory. Tbat none can vote ex
cept those qualified by the territorial law of Feb.
20ih. Alro that no tax is required from voters.
Government troopa will be stationed at voting
places where violence is apprehended.
New York, Sept. 23. The slearasuip Ariel from
Havre has arrived.
Washington, Sept. 24. Gen. Henderson, Ex
Senator from Mississippi, died 011 the 16th.
The wnik on the Tehuautepec Railroad has been
suspended on account of bad weather.
Chicago, Sept. 24. The Fond du lac Railroad
hits been assigned. Persso & Mcjlooks, paper
manufacturers, have failed.
Ntw Orleans, Sept. 24. Cotto;', sales 1200
bale, cupply limited, prices stiff, 1C to 16?; re
ceipt? 3600 bale; Flour 60 cents higher; Exchange
Cincinnati, Sept. 24. Flour $4 25; wheat dull;
Whisky 16fsl7f. There is a better feeling la
Nxw York, Sept. 24. Cotton, sales 400 bales;
Flour firm; white wheat f 1 40tl 53, red $1 32a
1 37; Corn firmer; Lard 141: Bacon quiet; Lin
seed Od 77; litmp, at Auction OOal 25; Coffee
Washington, Sept. 24. The amount of public
lands sold duriug the fiscal year, ending Jane 80,
is lour million one hundred and forty-three thous
and acres; the receipts therefor being three mil
lion five hundred li.ou-and dollars.
Orders have been issued by the Navy depart
ment for the sloop of wai Yeiiceuuea to join the
Tue following Spanish Consuls have been recog
nized; Joseph Muuaae at Savannah; Juan Picoy
Yallanneva at Mobile; Eniique Fallou at Boston.
Gen. iieuuingBtt has gone South.
Boston, Sept. 24 The schooner El Dorado,
from Gaivestou baa arrived, fciie reports tbat at 6
o'clock ou the evening of the 12th she passed with
in oti hundred leet of (he wreck of the Central
America, and laid by till nine the next uorniug,
aud then tan down to the spot, but saw nothing of
the steamer. She cruised about the place two
Lours longer aud saw three other viescU lying by,
one of which was lae Saxony.
ISTnrCTIO!HS IN vocal aud in-
R. 1M) Hks C. F.IHL'&flO.N are prepared U rlva
Jil instruetioBS on ihe Ftaaa audio Vucaa, Mosuo. Lea
sons given at 1 ho residence of th pupil, .ur terra.. Acx,
iuquire of sir. Tn at airs. Allen's, 00 co.ta epnuje street,
TAYER JUiKGmG. "
ALL "Vin.lt of Plain asd Decorative Taper Hanglaf
done 10 the best manner asd U cheapest price by
K. B. FKANKL1N.
Crderi Kf. at Wm. Rear's, No. 17 Eeatierick street, ill
bepruuiplly attended to.
Mamas. A. R. Caousa, M.Btsvs.
J. H. VYairs, iiosa cat,
beptll. L. SC. fw.T,
I'MIE .ub.-cribrn have a "TEAM SAW MILL In saceess
ful r.r.t wa in Jcn ojuoty, Ala., the Nub
villa aud Cbsi aniH(a Hsu oad, car ttetersoa JeTHt,
and are pr. pared to f-ro ;i a) I binds cf Ltisnir, aed la
any quastitv, en the st.or eti nuiste. Ihtf respvcif aly
solicit cr.irn IrrHO persons in lbs Ct of baxitvilie wisi.Ui(
Lumbtr of a' y d--cr pt.on. TUey will delivar Lumber at
any depot oa t! Kail road,
eeplia in. 1S5ALLS, TALL? CO.
mt.Jik.llij MAaAAsAst Aasa
WHEELm & E VEEETT,
XI XL O XS. XC2 XI. a 9
hi:v louit cirvt
ILL pa tor Poarsty Land Warraet af alt deneie ga.
lions, 1U PtK CtKT. AiKa, MAbKltr fitiCsS.
an.a October lota, having a it-tv wj.i to dear at
tbat Dim. Sat Utm-jt aioa- Tbe biiawtag araUie Uiast
i i.iLM ttoos :
li'ltrit - $4
IKI " , t
U 1 lrf
Fart ea -idici warraasa b it, w bo t-d n sasae
AS thvegh l.jcy r p rt-a-'y prewai. Lr.li re.ad
tl n:s. Ad4r4
lifiu,!;( T or a C-iy.
Wheat! A. lieal!!
"I All v itLA Wtii.AT WASTED, 4a
. . Kf i,.rd at y !' b) 2ta t
U-r w'ik j um b.tt.t ca.-Att rrwa t a, ttt-H
R. C. BASCT.
Jjle. K. , C.ivf attwew
b roi: WAitr.
( flrtrt OAtS JIVH AKa, AicvKTES.Oa SASO
VALT.-:y tsjla it aiJ Kt aaia by
O sots, tea
NEW MUSIC STORE.
C. D. . BENSON
WHOLSaAUl AK9 SATAU. PSA LK3S IS ALL KIMS OF
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortess
C'RM the celebrated manubtctory of Grow A Christo
Jp pher, N. Y., and the best Mp, 0.1003 now used In the
Vnlted States, manufaeumd bv clearo f ricoe A Co.
Attention t f the public is called 10 cur Urge eataloirne of
the latent publications of Wu-ic, Music Boo. a and luiirue
tors of sll kinds. Aim, cur fine stock of Guitars. Violins,
Vic.'inceljf, and liarj t-trinRS In f .c:, every th ng in the
Musicillastrument unecan be foui.d at
- - BENSON'S.
P. P. All kinds of Music! Instruments repaired at Ko.
20 Union street, first dear from Col.eie.
W rospeetfu lr invite sreall country deaUrs, Terehers
and ScboolB, to g.re as a call before puiciaurjjr clsevbere.
McCLURFS MUSIC SALOON,
OF those justly celebrated Piano.", of Eteinway k Son,
A. H. hale m Co., and Soebieler k South, of Mew
York, to which tbe attention of purchasers is Invited.
Also, tbe largest assortment of Sheet Music, Music
Book?, Violins, Accerdeons, Jf.utes, Clareocet s, Fiageo
letts, Drums, and Bai j js, all of which will be sold at ths
lowest rates. If you aish a bargain, and tie text Musical
Instrument, call at (the lU Luteal S ore,) No &i, L Dion
street. J vMtd A. MoCLC&K.
N. B. I hare every siae and pattern of Melotleona, man
ufactured by Carhart, Keeduam it Co., New York , which I
teU at their retail pr.cea. Also, a large assortment of
Feather Dusters. J. A. ii.
CITY CsLOTllIXCi STOIVE!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
HATE jnst received a larre and extensive Ctcek of
FALL AND WINTER tiOODd. We can fill all orders
for Clothing on tbe shortest notice, at prices that will suit
Our stock of READY-MADB CLOTHING, is now com
n'ete, both for Gentlemen's and Eoy'a wear, and we confi
dently believe that we can give general satisfaction to ail
wbo will give as a call.
geptlS 8m. M. EULZBACHER, Agt.
, R0YSE & ELVERS ON,
Gentlemen's Purnishing C oods,
ABB now receiving and opening at their Store, No S ,
South side fublic Square, a very large and entirely
new stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Furnishing (roods,
and a good stock French Cloths, Cas rimer ea suj Testings,
which we will make up to order and warrant 10 tnit or no
tale. Most of oar stock of Readymade Clothing wa can
safely recommend It as being free from the usual objections
of astern made Clothing. Our Stock consists in part ol
the following articles:
French Cloth, k Cassimeres;Morino TJudershirts k Draw.;
Velvet, Plush Vesting and All Wool Cndershirt:
Ve ts; Blea tiro. Canton Flannel
Black and Fancy Grenidines; Draws and Shirts;
Over Coats; Woolen k Chena Comforts;
Muscovy Beaver Raglandr;- til. Cud r.hirts;
Royal Sultand Circulars; , Col'd bhirtsand Collar-;
Frenehand English Beaver; italiau Crav.ta and Scarfs;
ureca cacas ana i almas; J o.ts' and xouth.'bhiru;
Dress an.i Frock Coats;
MtD.-' patented Shoulder
Emo. and Marseiles Shirts;
A large Stock of Pants;
Boy.' Frock Coat, k Jackets;Linen Camb. and Ponge
uuice anu itusiness Uoata; "ryj;
Neck Ties, Gloves and Sua- Shirt Bosoms;
venders; )f Hose and Umbrellai;
We feel that with our long experience and facilities we
enjoy, we have succeeded in bi mging an auortment of
good', which cannot tail to pirate as regard .tyies and
prices. W'e invite the attention ol consumers, aud v. ill
engage to give eatiifaction to all who may lavor us with an
examination ot our Stock. KOYSK k LLYKKSON,
Nashville, Sept 15. No. 20, South aide Public Square.
Valuable Farm For Sale.
I'UE tract of Land, satroonding the Beflefonte r?M
Depot, on the Memphis A Ch rie,ton Railroad,
is offered for sale. It contains about 500 acres sV.
from 1 AO to 2"4J cleared, the balacce be.vely tim- tAmm
bered. There is a good spring o( neverlailing waier; com
fortable Reiideuce, good ouihourei, Ac Ac, on the place
Any person wishing to purchase land would no well to ex
amine the arivknugrs jKteses.-ea by the location of this
traot. It pocsessea a .ic.ii cattle range.
Term, liberal. If not sold privau-ly before Tuesday, the
20tb of October next, it wi.l on that day be sold on the
premises to the highest biduer.
At the same nine will be .old the Hogs, Cattle, Corn,
Oata, V arming Ctensils, Ac.
September 8, 1S'T-Im J. I. 8AMPLK.
Refer to W. T. Sample, at the store of A. J. Duncan k Co ,
Knox villa Whig publish one month, and send bill to this
W. A. JOHNSON :& CO.,
27 CAROSDELL T STKEET,
SeptS. AEW Oil LEANS.
NO. 42, COLLEGE STREET,
HAS JCST 3ECEIVED
Gent, fine Patent Leather Congres Gaiters,
" " " Oxford T.e
Sup'r etltehed Cloth congress Gaiters,
" Iitinn Ties and do do
M " sewed Calf do dj
do do Oxford Ties,
Pump sole Calf Dress Boots,
' Calf sew'd and pcgM Boots of various styles.
TBL'KKS! NALISEM! UOSSLT IIOXESH!
ALSO a few English Sole Leather Trunk...
do do do do Buggy Trunk.,
Ladie. large wlte Dress Trunks,
A large anrtment of cheap It lack and Fair
LKATtiE-i TRUNKS, all .Ues.
A variety of fine Sule Leather A-blatid Valises,
do do do Plain So.
Also a varied stock of cheap I es.tl.er Vallfes.
Superane Patent Leather Bonnet boxes,
do Solo ' do do do
Black and Fair do do da
All of which are offered Cheap for Cash.
' Sept. 8, 1351. a.
SNYDER & PRIZZELL,
ARK cow preparid to exhibit soma very handsome
Shoe., both for Ladie. and Gentlemen, to-wit:
Ladies' heel Gaiter., (ot every .0 le and quality;)
Flipper, (handsome trimming::
M Kid lioou;
Fine Toilet and Kid Flipoer.;
H Goat and Kid Boots, with and without beels;
Misses Slippers, " "
Children'. Ankle Ties and id Bo oU;
Gents' Calf Oxford Ties;
" Congresa Gaiters, stitched and double Sole;
Ladiei' Fins Travelling Sule Leather Trunks;
Qenta " "
Also, Valive., of every variety. Carpet Bars. Satchels
and Black Bags. They would call the attention of buyers
to the above, as they are ot the latest sty las, and of the
best Philadelphia maaafaeiare.
Call at No. 11, Public Square.
Bept. 1S.15ST. ENTDER k FRIZZtLU
HOUSE RUMSIILNU IlinDWAKE.
PIC0T & "SPOTWELL,
N. 63 lldea Lanr, Mew Yark.
iHrocvrrs add josatms or
CCTLEST, FENDERS. TEA TRAY. FIRE IKONS, TIN.
Ktuana tmuuu iujlluw WAftE,
FRKNCK TINNED WARE,
ANDIRONS, FRY PAN!, COAL HODS,
rLAKlSU&ii JAPANED PLtTf.D BRITAMA WAtE,
l'LATDD SPOOM tc I'OnKX,
Julyl44m. ! CS MJJcn Lane, New York.
WHISKY, BRAIIBY & ViKES.
WJ E havs oa hand and for sal j a choice assortment '
t V Honwiw Llqoora, which wa oSer at wboiaaala to
Uss Naabviile trade, via :
otM bbls. atonoorahela and Rya Whisky;
tni Smitn'. u.a kxwrv do
' " bourbon, ow extra Brand.
; lia C.tavba Brandy, low pn;
100 Sweet Malaga Miaa.
l'V Muscat Wins, very c ice;
l.V) easka French Package. Brandy;
li0 boi. Doable steoufied bt.-ky;
xd bbls. I left year oid Copper V Usky, from f i 10 U
S3 to per gal.
Louisville, Jana IStf&n. JSO. B. MelLYAIV RON.
a- r. BiacaLBv.
a. a. SAaca cj
KllNClILCY & SANCI1CZ,
Produce iniii Commissioa Merchant,
AND DLaIXaS IS
CCUTT, YTILFAT, BACON, PLODS,
OATS, HAY, &.C.,
No. 7 Warren Illock. Ati;tsla, Gao
If? Paj t-cular atunuca givea te tha sa a of ail oa-
stgameats. naylS 4ra
Ofi fl fl WHEAT SACK.S oa basd and fe ,si
1"WU by Uj D. V. Dif. AIT.
T'HIl 1 1. fa.ormhla tim lo Sml I vwr Ot'arms. Ths
Ulitonu. tiuo, Ul Oil l i.lAtf. a mom ia
tii-euy,a pit(ia u !.ili ui at mil slsea, Ai,.
ratio. t by tl, or 'i.ra, te itG. ttovti, U1
1 w (loeJi iuiiuii. ijassrS if
a. e. Sa'TW. a. . tvrwtn. aaa. J. so las.
.Umi, Ut'TUKlC &. CO.,
co:.i.MicaioN is: eh charts,
Ao aaisTj a a saui os
vn-tiA ti !ii:i: tohac co.
NO TAXES! WO TAXES!
BCSCTESS aVKD RESIDES CE HOUSES T0B SALE.
XHAVE cr sale a fine business horue, situated on Cher
ry St., beyond Broad, at present owned and occupied
by F. Kycna'n, as a'Jroceryand Prori-ion Store, and is
one of the best stand. South of Broad street. Tbe lot
fronts 76 feet, and runs back 196 feet to an alley. There
la svl-o a comfortable residence on the same lot, indepen
dent of the Store Room, all in good repair. This proper
ty is tree from taxation. We will give a bargain in this
property, if appiicatioa be m ade privately, until the 6'h
day of October next, and if n ot disposed oi at tbat time,
will be oli to the highest bidder, on the premises, tor
terms, Ae , apply to B. R. GLA5-C JCit, Agent,
Sei,t52 td No. 67, Cherry street.
HOt SL A.1DLOT tOit SALE.
TXTE are offering for sale, prlvaely, a two story f
V V brick bouse, situated on Cherry street, f omh I " :i
Nashville. The house contain, six room, in thej !g
train building, besides kitchen, .errant. ' room, carr.age
bouse, ?tble, Ae a;l in good order. I helottroms TO feet,
and run. back 146 feet to an alley. We will give a bargain
in this property if application is made soon. It i. situated
in a thriving portiou Ot the city. For particular- enquire
of . . GLAfrCOCK, Agent,
angH. No. 67, Cherry street.
We have, also, for sale Lots Nos. 17, 13, 19, SO and 21 , In
Lincoln's plan of lots, npon which is a frame dwelling
bouse. These lots wiH be aold to suit purchasers, o. ex
changed for country property, cr good mule., at lair val
uation. We will give a bargain.
ALSO, Lot No. 8, in 11 ous ton's, Humphrey 'sand Martin's
addition to Nashville, fronting the Railroad Depot. This
lot is 48 feet front on Franklin street, and 150feetdeep to
in alley. If yon want a bargain, now is your time.
t. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
auglS. No. 67, Chtrry street.
HOCSL A!l L-T FOIt SALE.
I AM o3erlng for sale, privately, a House and Lot, f$
situated on Broad street, a lew door, above Sum- J.
mer; fronting &X feet on Broad, running bac 165JLjL
feet to an alley. The hou.e contain. 7 room, in the main
building, with Ritchen, bath-boute, amoke-houe, Ac. We
will give a bargain in the above property, and our terms
shall be easy. JC. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
junel6. No. 67, Cherry st.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
I HAVE a beautiful House and Lot on Crawford , .
street, all in good order, which I am instructed f-.
to sell positively. Those in want of a Lome. '" p
would do well to call on me soon. If not aold within a few
day. privately.it will be o Bered at public auction.
t. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
juneH. No. 67 Cheiry st.
IMPROVED CITY PROPUTV FOU
A VALUABLE House and Lot on Church t
fronting 81 feet on said street, running back
15w, ft.orSl feet, and 165 deep, witb a trontof 15 ft
on Spruce street. ThH is a valuable piece of piop-
erty, and located In the finest neighborhood in the city
and will be sold on liberal terms, inquire cf
. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
JunelS. No. 67 Cherry st.
LOTS Nos. 61,62,99 and 100, In Preston Hay's ddi
tion to Nashville, fronting 64 feet on Polk street, run
ning back 160 feet. A bargain will be given In tbes lots,
A TWO STORY BRICK, containing 6 or 7 rooms. The
lot fronting 99)tf feet, and running back lu7 feet to an
alley. This ia very desirable property, and situated a
short distance from the residence of Mr. BUbo. We U1
give a bar it sin in thia property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
McLemore street 150 feet
Allof the above property Is located in thriving portions
of the City, and persons desirous of making purchases at
a bargain, will call on . R-GLAbCoeK, Agent,
junelx. No, 67, Cherry st.
Fine Stock Farms
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Lying in the county of Warren, immediately
on the Stage Road leading from Murfree
horo to IfcJlinnville, 9 miles from the
latter place, and within! miles of
the Manchester and 21cMinn
ON Tl'ESDAYi OCTOBER 27 1637.
I will offer for sale, on the premises, to the Mghent bidder,
about 7000 tcrei of excellent land, in Warren eoanty.
They are gently un 'ulating, and the portions not cleared
studded with fine oak, poplar, hickory, walnut, and other
descriptions of timber, producing mast in abundance.
Charley's creek, an unfailing stream, furnishing an Abun
dance of water, run. through the centre of them, and
there are, un addition, twenty fine Spring, scattered
through them. Tbe soil is well adapted to the cultivation
of Corn, Wheat, Oats, all the amall grains, and domestie
grasses, and will compare favorably with the best Warren
county lands. Producing grass spontaneously, in abund
ance, there is no better range for cattle and anrep In the
State. A portion of the lands are Improved, there beinj
some eight or ten cultivated farms, with cottages, upon the
tract, independent of the beautiful reside ic-- of Mr. Glas
e ck. The whole body of these ha, however, been
recently surveyed and .aid off in amall tracts, containing
from 100 to Sou acr-s, and fronting on a public road. In
point of society the location has many advantage.;
churches, school, and mill, are convenient, aud tbe Man
chester and MeMiDU Lie Railroad, which is but seven
mile distant, affjr , an outlet to markr'. The town of
McMinnviile, the county seat, U but nine mile, off, near
which it is believed the great Southern University, to be
established onder the auspices of tbe Kixpal church,
will be located; thus enhancing the value of all the lands
in the neighborhood. The celebrated watering place.
Beersheba, is bu t 25 mile. dUtant. The healthfulness of
this portion of Middle Tennessee is proverbial, it Is the
Summer retreat of numbers of persons from the South.
This sale will afford an unusually tine opportunl f I)
those desirous of purchasing stock far its, in one of the
ben --c ions of the S'.ate, and it la boped tbat adsoch, a
well a. tho-e who may with merely to obtain a place of
retuge from the heats of summer, m ill examine these
A free Barbecue will be prepared at the Big Spring,
head of Charley's Creek, for the accommodation of ail wbo
Terms or 8als. One, two, and three years credft, for
notes with approved security, and a ben retaired.
Persons desiring further information, will address Geo.
Gltaacock, AicMmnviile, Tenn.: or,
K. R. GLAJ-COCK, Agent,
FeptI2. No. 67 Cherry st., Nashville, Tenn.
NANCE & VOODVARD'S
VTE are oCeitng good bargain, in Ihe following Ust of
v V property
6i) feet of ground extending from Bnrnce to McLe-rore
sirrrt, between Pnion and Cedar streets, may be divided
into two lots of 40 (etrt each, Isl feet deep.
One lot on College street, nearly opposite Ameat'e
Foundry, 0 feet.
1 i lots in West Nashville, near the N. k C. d-pot.
6 lots on South Hummer street, 4 improved and 3 vacant.
One lot fronts 412 eet on Maple street, with a superb brick
dwelling, and all necessary out houses, shrubbery, Ac.
One lot of 47 54" Ice I fronting on Broad sreet,wiih a
good dwelling house, nearly opposite the T. k A RR.
2 lot on College sL, 80 and 43 ftet, in 7th Ward, near
old Baptist church.
3D lots n ar Buena Vista Spring., of all (Ises foot 60 feet
to 12 acres improved or not, as may be dca.rel.
2 lota well Improved In 7th Ward on Msxjiet street.
1 lot 121 fret on Lebanon Turnpike between the Water
Work, and Milita y College.
CO acres on Murtreesboro Turnpike 2 miles oat a most
beautiful sight, ome building..
60 acre, on the Buena Vista Turnpike, 1)1 miles out, well
15Cf acres, T miles out near the Stewart'. Ferry Turn,
pike ou McCrories Creek, a good place and cheap.
VS.' acres adtacent to Mpring Place on Lebanon Turnpike
t nine out, a beautiful lot.
3s acres on the N. C. Railroad and Mill Creek, C miles
out. a handsome lot.
bO acres near tbe N. k C. Railroad 7X n.iles oat, very
S6.V acre, on the N.1C.I R. acd UU1 Creek Valley
Turnpike, T mile, out, a pretty place.
93 acre, on the Charlotte Turnpike, 8 mile, out, well lm
72 aeres 11 muos out on Murtreesboro Turnpike, well
160 acre. IS mile, cot oa Gallatin Turnpike, adjacent te
Saunders ville, a very good place and very cheap.
j' acre on Brown's creek 1 mtis out, with a good brick
houe and a springs, a fine place.
t acre, on tt. Nolcnsviiie Turnpli 24 miles eat, a
85 acres on the Nolen. villa Turnpike, a miles out, a
gocd place and cheap.
1 1 X acres on a tins Arena and the T. k A. R. R. X
rl: out very cheap.
6:4 sere 4 rcile. out en tbe Mul Creek valley Turnpike,
41 acre. T mile. Out on the Franklin Turnpike and T. A
27 H acres T miles eaten the Morfreesbere Turnpike,
75 acres S miles out between Gallatin and Ferter Tarn,
pl-rs, very rieb soiL
115 acres S snilei out on Lebanon Turn Ike, well Im
proved. l is acres is miles out on Long Creek, with Caw
auOO acres or a lets quaaUty, Is miles out en th Clarks.
Ville larnptke, heavily Umbered.
71 acres 4 suilea out. North aide Cnmberland rltr, above
6 A acres choice land 94 mUre out between BUlsbere
and Ri.h and Tsrnpises, a choice farm.
loo acrt 4 mite eat near Fraukiia Collet, well ia
13 acres IS mile eut on H A C Railroad, good Impreve
menl. e.O aeres IS snlle. eat oa both aide ef B g Harpelh river
nj tbe Norm Western atailiead; sulk last ol kang:lwn
Ppr nrs, a very grMl tract,
aeres 4 snlie .t between Mr.. Smith MUl eoj
Fransua Colirge, a rd spring.
161 acres et. mile . k. of tee tews ot Frank! a end H
a mil east of T. k A. Railroad, gooj Itcprov.astoU. ts-l
a us at So. 67 Cherry atreeb
augJ NANCE k WOODWARD. .
fHATZ associated with m In bosines 3GS. W. DAftBX,
!.(. Ts style of the new Arm wn tirirtw be
UO D k O. Graul.l to By friends and the pubie gea
er:l.v fur te liberal patronage h.i.u.for, tnt4, I
earuet y solicit a con la tastes ef !' sasa kr t!e new
fcrm. WILL. L, Bolt', jr.
ux swtn, Ja.
i. w. ASi.
BOYD : CO.,
Ural r.stnte, icsrocs ee.
U1I will psy L' e t tt4 prke f.r I ke! j(.usj Be
g'cs. .K.h swltaa.- SbS- en Ncnrct.ss:
V as. Vi wUi iee; cooiuni.; .0 twl tr'xt tut -,
at tb .taad st IsuL l-J A, No. iJ, C-srry strict,
taiiri, lean. y.il.
?lLt.itt)l.! iUM SALE.
A ltreLlAMe ts ret kh1 fA-etvaints.
ri'wtNlTT-rfVS or X- nt Nig'", eon, lag ot Jo,
X -tjee, fct js aaJ Girl. tiiJ a:Uii ,va ts cad
to a S. 1 Cj. tuttf acl Itoerr, ajtd a gou4
uritM run a 1-sa.y t
septal. HOTIi & CO.
i n e I u n a i i ,
SI' L3 C-tt .S lasod tl-oi'a 1aAK, ue 9n,
s ,ai.l t. eiir .r fcsn-lr vi .. ,-.,, n fiw.,,
ar.j y.tt .u&.t j -3.-.j-i y a4 1 bst a4.. ..
' For Bale. : '
' PWO hand-tome Lot, in tdgeneld, 00 Woodland street.
-A The Lots front tW feet each.and are 17o Jest deep.
A Valuable Easiness Lot for Sale.
AM now offering Lr sale that val jable Lot en Market
ii ureet adroining the .1 re of Mama A Mathews. The
LotfiontiD2 feet on Market and runs tack lt.7 leet to
wards Front street. . . . ,
It would make one ef tie best stand for a wholesale
Grocery Store in the city.
For terms apply to
A. V. 8 LIS PS LET.
A N eat Xwellingr Eccie fcrSle.
SITUATED In Edgefield, on the GalUtin Turnpike. For
fur her particulars apply to
teptll. A. Y.8. UND3LET.
THAT valuable DweTllrg at the corner of Cedar an4
Sumrrer street i. The lot front. 5 feet. The Dwell
icg is larga and commmliou.. and iere is a Bne ofbee ea
the lot. it is one of the most desirable locations la tbe
e,t.eVtl?:yt A. V. 3. LINPSLTY.
Valuable Easiness Lot at Public Sale.
ON THURSDAY TUB 1T OF OCTOBER NEXT, at 11
o'clock, A M., on the premises, 1 will sell that valuable
Lot at the corner cf Front acd Clark streets, adjoining tbe
ware house of H. 8. French si md. Tbe Lot fronts tu feet
on Front street and (0 on C ark.
Tikks :-A credit of one, to and three years, for notes
payable in Bank, bearing interest, satisfactorily endorsee
and a lien retained. A. V. t. LlNDsLL V,
E. R. Glascock. Auctioneer. aogZ4.
Valuable Free-Soil Lot for Sale.
I AM now offering for sale a valuable Bui'Jiug Lot on
Spruce street, near the corner of Broad. The lot front
.ixty-six feet on tproce, i. one hundred and fifty feet deep,
with a convenient alley in the rear.
This property is exempt from taxes for 26 years from 1st
January next. Thia exemption is of more value than is
usually accorded to it, as net only the ground, has all Im
provement, erected thereon, but free from taxes. The
saving in the item of ta.e.will more than pay for the
ground and all improvements. This lot Is also situated In
a part of the c ty that is now bring rapidly filled up with
fine dwelling and private residences. Term reasonable.
Apply to July 80. A. V. S. USL&LkV.
Oi" THIS PROGRESSIVE A.E.
1AM now offering for sale at low figures, twenty Build
lag Lou in the eighth Ward of Nashville, on sucb
term that any one can procure himself a complete and
convenient home. The lots front the Mnrfreesboro Turn
pike, on Wharf, Franklin and Maple street., and are ad
mirably situated for private residences.
Claiborne's Omnibusses have completely revolutionised
this part of the city, which with other improvementa now
being made, sucb as the extension of Gaa, and water in
that direction will add greatly te the value of thia prop
erty. The term, are .uch a. will allow each purchaser Immedi
ately to put up hi. baildings, as the purchase money will
not be required antll the bin of January 1S64, tbe interest
only to be paid annually until tbat tirre. Call soon on
july 9 tf. A. V. 8. LIN USLKY.
VALUABLE E0TJSE AKD LOT FOR SALE.
JAM now offering for sale, on reasonable terms, the
House and Lot at the corner of Broad and High atsv,
loruierly owned by the late Martin New. Applv to
A.V. . USDSLCY,
jul3. S3 College street,
FOE SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
I AM offering for sale a most desirable residence on Bum.
mer street, in th 1th Ward. The Lot front oS leet by
170. The House is new and neat, contains S rooms, kitchen,
servants' room, smoke honse, dairy and stable. The gas
ba ju.t been carried In front of this Lot. I know it to be
a bargain. Apply to A. V. S. LIN biLKV,
june20. 83 College street.
A MEAT RESIDENCE IN EDliEI'II.LD
IS now offered for sale at a bargain. Tbe Lot-t
front 63 feet on Woodland street and 170 on
Mlnick. Tbe House contain four good rooms, P"" r ,r -cittern,
Ac. The house is new, built of brick ana the
ituation one of the best in Ldgefleld. Will be so 'd low.
Apply to A. V. 8. LI.NDtLLY,
unel3. 83 College street.
THE CHEAPEST FB0FEBTT.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
I Am now offering at a great .aeriflce, that valuable
Pproperty, on College Hill, immediately opponie the
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. lioost. The
lot fronts sixty feet on Market Street, with the same front on
College. I he House is targe and commodious, and tbe
whole, at tbe price I offer it ia a trreat Bargain.
Claiborne' omnibc ba practically moved College Hill
right in o the Public Square, and any one wanting a real,
dence convenient to business would do well to look at this
propety. ("all on A.V. 8. LLSDLiY.
A LOT In South Nashville on College street, beyond the
A Medical College, fronting So feet, being tbe Lot eat
which Rives' Carpenter Shop formerly atood. For sale
Cheap. Apply te A. V. S. LINl-SLr.Y,
marol.26 83 College street,
VVABUABLI LOT In Benin Nashville, corner of Sam
mer and Oak street, fronting 1x0 feet on Summe r
tre.t and 170 on Oak (tract. W ill be sold aa a bargain.
The Gas is now being carried up in front of this Lot.
Adplv to A. V. S. LlNOSLKY,
march'iO BS College street.
J1A YS ADDITION.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court, at
ClarksTllle, ia the case ot Tho. W. barksdale, and
others, v. Philander Priestly, A. V. 8. Liodaley, and oth
ers, I shall on Monday, tbe lUtb of October next, at the
Court house, in Nashville, at S o'clock, sell to the highest
bidder, three Lot in Hay's addition to Nashville, a credit
of 6, 12 and id month for note satisfactorily secured,
bearing interest and a lien retained.
A. V. S. USD3LEY,
P FALL & WINTER
BOOTS, SIIOES, HATS AND CAPS.
B. E. C UTTER,
So. SS & 69, Corner of College and Broadway,
HAS received bis stock ot BOOTS, 8HOU, IIAT8, and
TKCNK4, for the Fall end Winter Trade, consisting
in part ao follows, vis:
For Ladies, Misses aud Childreil.
Ladles fine Kid and Mo. Boot (es, thin and thick Sole, with
' plain and trimmed;
1 Lasting Gaiters, side and front laxsJ, wlla
Kid" Buskin and Front Ties;
Miss. and Mo. M'ppers and Booiee;
and Child. Lasting G.ncr and "
Child, fin Kid and Mo. thick and Pump Sole;
! Fancy " Bool and Hipi-ers;
Women's extra slae Kid Boots Bai kins, Ac;
alo. - and
Servant' heavy Call K p and Mv., extra !se;
For Gents and Hoys.
Genu' fine Pegeed and Laoed Boots;
Pat., Kid, and Buckskin Cong Gaiters;
m u Oxtord Tie.;
" Brt ad Strap Eboes.porrp an 1 wilt:
At B. R. CL'TTKK'S,
No. It and (9, corner of College and Broudway,
Itoys, Youths and Children's -
FINK Calf Boots. Brogee and Oxford Ties;
Man' Boys' and Youtha' Coarse Brogei and Boots, ef
th best quality and extra slae., aaade sspressly to order, ,
for service, by B. K. CU T! s-R.
Ilats and Caps for Ilea, Boys and Cliil-
I RECEIVED direct from tl aoannetorlea, all th lat
eststvle of all and Winter bsTA, ensaJng la part
of the b'.l Cas-'mere eon Far Hata,ef s. qualm.. Also,
a full aworioicqt ef nc.'i and boj' Wool tiata. Wi I be
old on tb bmi reasonatl ra s lor caih, or to punctoU
No. SS and $, eorner of Broadway and Clicge st. .
. LSULTIIER IILLTIM.
3rrf ttrt en baadc of all s-sm, turn 9 to If
,UUU IbChee wide. Aa extra b of etroog Lssew
Leat.Vrr, all of which I invite th. a-'-ni.ua of U (UnterS
ed snach.nlst te the s ! ri cl, hich will be sm. est
th be.t umna tureaa.at . M and ts, earner of iuoad.
w.y and College street,
rpt.v. B. R. CUTTEO.
Imported 'V7lncsl, Groceries, &c.f
I. e5i W. UlliftV,
2G3 CaasI it , aad 719 Broadwsy, IT. T.
(EatbUtAcd ISO I.)
nPoaTaas abb ncALaas ui naar uoalttt
2? a 111 1 ly Groceries:
02er ta the T&ADst, UOTCLS, P1JVATE FAMUJLS,an4 .
J wbe are caotce im ta.tr taAi., m.d dcut a
Imsms avHa,a larg varlsiy ot
TtAS G5lE!f AKD 81.ACK. SOUCH OSG, KL"CHItJ, -M)U"'I
H.M".nVlts., lOCNC ilav.S,e, iaebesb. aud t.
C.'.refc-MJCil4 ani JATA-
1.U-MAWtiaia, KUEajUtS, POSTS, HuCrC?. Ae-s
very e.d and fcix gradec, la orirnscU packages, dona
jo! lit, ssaraatn, and kocties.
BuiuH mi t,i'i.-iurs cuitri . ,
CaAilPAUSLS Hoei k CkaJsdaas. CaiUet laifsrial
Varvee.y. . ,
a nds:-ca, G. H. Viasi'l, Cabinet Imperial
U4rc rJBrai-.il., k.s. W. ker. Ar k.
auits, K r.a. A . A;., la er; pa. a., te
raco. i.r ai, imsrtt., .1a bnr.e.
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ciiuiLzz sua ah ca::h hills.
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u f vai. i i. .. ar ol th a prui.J o.
4ii.ou. Ftr.s .3 ut tf tb.iii W-l.l ki4 iu t.r
tpje.-s N-ml i . r, as a cadi be lruLc J Sulwl at
tt..x:y iUi Him4
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