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Monday Horning:, September 28, 1S37.
Official Journal for Publishing Cue
1 Post Office Letter List.
Notice to TruDklenl AtlvertUer.
All transient advertisement In this paper, Bort be paid
lor at the time they are handed in otherwte they will not
be inerted. Transient Job Work must be pahl for oo Celt.
"We gtve below the vote cast, yesterday for
tlie candidates for Mayor and AMeruien.
Jon A. McEwks, Esq , U tlie Mayor elect,
having beaten Gsn. Chkatuam seveuty-fire
votes. It gives u much gratification to at -nounc
lliis re-iil', as we should have regsrded
JA. defeat ot Joiih A. MoEwK.v, a great wrong
to hiui personally, and most unfortunate fur
the American party of Nashville. The int.
j .rity U small, owing to the fact that previous
to his having been selected as ft candidate,
many of our j.ariy, including some ff U moot
devoted fr.ends, had pledgvd themselves to
Gen. Ch"athain, and could uot Muff their
pledgee. There, were other thing alo which
con-pired to reduce tlie American majority,
hut, a Jiey were fwi'.ed, it i unuecesbary to
motion them. It i highly creditable to Mr.
ilcEwen, under the circumstance, that he
was elected at all. He will assume tho May
or ilty at a lime wl.eu there iu great need ot
the ti rcUe of all his acknowledged energy
and abi.ity, to protect the interests of the
property holder, and to preserve the character
and credit ,.f the citv. We know he will not
fail to exercise them; and we trust that the
new Uor.l of Aldermen will, in coi junction
with l im, institute and catry i"t eff.-ct such
measures of r.fo tn aa ahail mark a tii'tiuct
era in the god taungeioiut of our much
mismanaged city atf .r.J.
TOTE roll MAYOR
McEwcu's majority 75.
First Ward. John Co!l, 171; D. C. Love,
165; (J F. Jones, 114; John Doyle, 143.
fckConD Ward. W. P. Dowus 123; T. J.
Hule, 106; Win. R. D. uiuinbrane, 98.
Thiko Ward. O. W. Dar.len, 234; John K.
Ilutn.-, 115; Dr. A. J. Majfi.ld, 108; V. U.
Hon., 87; A. J. Smith, 72.
Foe am VVaed f. J. Brown, 172; D. II.
W-r. , 169; Crciutou, 139; McCullough, 83; J.
Sixth Ward. Jno. A. Fisher 208: J. H.
Ilayi.ie, 163; Cmpoell, 111; Chilton, 94.
t-KVKNTH Ward. W. A. Davis, 105; Isaac
Paul, 95, M. G. L. Claiborne, 63; Parks 61; Dodd,
33; White, 28.
Eighth Ward. J. U. Conger, 148; W. H. Wil-
kiusou, 174; B. Lanier, 93; U. O. ltives, 49; Dor-
YOTK ON TB ADM168IOS OF TH NINTH WARD.
For 9'Ji Ward. A;uj8t 9.b W,
1st Ward, 84 76
21 "185 15
8 1 24 28
4lii 186 60
5iU " 92 90
6th " 24 199
8t!i 10 167
RSCAPITCLATION ALDKRUKN ELECTED.
First UWJohu Colnri, D C Lov.
Second Hri-W. P. Downs, T. J. Haile.
Third Ward G. W. D.rdeii, J. K. Bums.
Fourth WordT. J- Brown, D. U. Ware.
Fifth Ward 3. P. Coleman, F. B. Fope
SLrtk Ward Johu A. Fiiher, J. II. Ilyuie.
Bevo.th irarrf-IiMtsc Pat-L, W. A. Davis,
Eighth WW C. II. Conger, W. II. Wiik'm-
Theatrk The Euipire MiuntreU closed their
engug ineiit after a short performance on Siturday
!leelicsulch' inaiiiute f air.
Exhibitors are reminded that the Fair Rooms,
(tin- storehouse formerly occupied by Evuns &, Co.,
N r h Ea-t comer of the Square) whl be open o-
d-y, (Monday) for the recepliou aud arrange
mi'iit of artu le-s. Promptness ia the preieiilalion
of article!! iut mied for exhibition will work advan-
tat! outly to exhibitor! as well as be au accommo
dation to the Directors.
t5f Probably uo previous jer baa been so pro
ductive of huge speciiui us of lb4 vegitabid kiog-
dom as the present one. We were last SalU'd ty
pre.-t tiled with s Sweet Pol.it o weighing six pounds,
grown iu the vicinity of Nashville, oo the tarm of
Ilarvey Adam-. If any ot our friends cao im
prove uo this we would like to hoar from tbvm.
t"W Stammering and i pd imente qf Spc are h-
1 of suo esofully ured, on scieiitiflo prlncipl s by pr. Jones,
it the .St. Cloud Hotel, in fr jm eue to two hours.
. . . . -
c W Dr. Jones, of Philadelphia, with the general tuo-
s that alt nds him everywhere, is curing dealueM, sore
lod inflamed Eyes, diseases of ih- yes, o every variety.
gynd the Dr ia said t inaert artificial eye wb bout pain, and
is pfect in m .vemenl and spix .rauee aa the batural eye.
i ie alw treats chronic disrates with grrat success.
" tSf"The Nashville Acaiieuiv of Mur.lC will com-
V4t.ce its fifth session on the 3rd Monday In Sep.
BtrntxT next. For particular apply to tne Prii.ci-
si 3f"The Nsshviite Aca.lruiv of iluic will com-
ial. No. 24,Sout't Vine street. jy IS 2m.
tif Charh s (I s. Teacher on the PUno, Harp
.w'Uitiir, aud in singlnc, is low prepared to give lea
oiia if dired, at th rrsiiet.ee of the svholar.
0,t-ims one dollar a h-sson, none enaed for less
in twenty lessons, July SS 2m.
rln tereallnsr to JH erlsstuU'w sttsd Manafac
r4 lurerw 'I'lslt d Auuual fair.
. The Mechanic and AUuiifacturrrs of TrDorae
ud aijiiniii Stair, are reminded that the Third
iidua1 Fair and Exhibitiou of th ilet hsLlc's Itmii-
jjte of tb.s Stat, wii couimeoc 1st of October
JS this citv. Tb annually lucreaing iaUrslman-
etted ia these exhibitions, sod viil,I? advantage
'I1-.'.; . -1. n r. .1.- 11
. 'j.i,ul! 10 riu.uiivf', as tii 1111111 iuw uu9raiiua
IYAl of important information among themselves,
I 1 from the great publicity which they are the d
'm Copies of Circulars, f.vwg full prtlcu!an, can bW
.Uined at the Mechanic'. lu.tilul rooms, Cylh.K
1 reet, 6ppoite the Sew .ner-, or by aJ-frraaln the I
F-esident, w 11. mockell, or Scmtsry n. h. Wif I
!- June .0 JJi. If
I 1 - 1 i
I Take HeeiOe.TUo, has r.Uirted u ti. afa. J
f . ' -s i.r snay Cf t Ota lira li J yf.
times' wonderful and ee leers It a eitrsel of Cirnrbi's fa-
i ,i. Bs-Bj addreasiof Dr. Tiltoa a bmu U.ree ;fe be fti
iAKoro.itBce,l.e.onegloi,rUBi,s,(iitol )a r.r s
f 'I b bt In letura, free 01 tbargo, toasiy part u' 0.&
lrt 8- 1 a Jlafsxtoit liocie, eicsj.
'ed to cive their buine rmders it certain that i ,"114 vf J. uiim, aw i. lioAiertoa.
;,e sppro-el.inR exhibition wi.l echPM ia m. ?LTww.W.-!
r-,-- - Mvau -w iivn iwiurvra BA sA.a lfrrssa m ia 1
ca. Hi. ,00 I .-law. Dr. rUB T.ilea, .ill wop , ,o ud wev A t.bl..!.,.,0t .., . atT. t'Xl
'ibu, either per orally cr by ssp.t. It Is a tare aad epiai as ye-a .. H. tM wr t al'J
kodycore of the wer.1 eases cf Consauiptioa BrsacfeU rl 1 u4ea " at.4 biwv mi ui
;,A.,h-a. Kervoa. D.blliy.coa,,.. l4,.a4 s MiZttZt tLtJi VZ'.
roat. H kaow U Isle bsa f.et. Tynaedlira. ibai i.l.trai puola, I,:.;..!. 10 aa fce ...
Hughe Brothers, - .
Prac fcaJ Artists Is every t ranch of Photography
whole ale and retail de.lersin Ambro'yje, Meiainotype,
Photograph, and lmguerreot pe goods ; Apparatus ai
Chemicals, of every tied, Tariet and description nted In
Ihe above Art. All orders ill be pieinpUy filled, and for
warded to an part of the eonn'ry at the very lowest mar
ket rates, for cash, to wb'ch the trade are respectfully in.
Tiled. Alao Agents fur the (ale of Helainotyp and fcpher-
reotyp Bights. HGUHKB BRO-8,
p-.4, S6 Union street, Nashville, Teen.
gy- We are authorized to anrmunce Jambs SI. Diirroa aa
a cand date fur rberiff of Davidson county, at the next
JCr We are authorized to announce Jobs K. KDMOKbsoa
as a candidate fur eherill of Davidson county, at the next
t-r We are authoriied to announce E. B Biolbt as a
candidate for t-lu-rilf ol county, at the next March
II r We are authorised to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate for Sheriff of liavltison county, at the next March
COCNTV COURT CLERK.
StT" We are authorised to announce Ct)t Jouv S. Disu-
tsu. ss a candidate for Co nty Court Clerk, at the March
t-Sy We are authorised to announce Fm ix R. Chsat-
liH, as a candidate for re-election to the oQice of County
Court Clerk, ejection in March next.
We are sutho ized to announce Tnos. D. Stogsh
as a CMiiduUte fr County Court Clerk at the next March
VST" M'e are authorised to announce Job Raima ai a
cantiidate for re-election to ibe oliice of County Trustee, at
the ensuing (lurch election.
t3fT We are authorized to announce T. T. EirsDina as a
candidate 6r the oflice of County Trustee, at the ensuing
tS7 We are authorised to announce J-8 B. Pebbt aa a
caiididiite for Coi.staljlc, in the Nashville District, at tU
cnsuliig x arch election.
t'W We are au'horised to announce Fletcupir W. Floss
as a ca dul ate for Cons table iu the NaatiVille DUtrict, at the
enduing March election.
33 O O JESL 13 ! ! 2
JOHN YORK & CO.,
BOCK SELLERS, ECCK BIKDLBS
Llank Book 3Ianafactarers,
No. 38, Union Street.
HAVE ON HAND
MFDICAL BOOE8, 1 AW BOOKS, Classical and Com
mon School Bk, Ii:nW Books, Pteamboat Books, Check
Bookf, Note B ioks, Cap and Letter Paper and Envelopes,
Go d and fiteel Pens, Ink and Inkstai.d, Cheap Publica
tions, Msgnsinei, Newspapers, etc , etc.
Mercbau's, Lawyers, Doctors, Teachers, Students and
otheis are luvlted to call and examine for themselves.
aept. T tf
In Porfrails bj 31 acatili
BIOGRAPHICAL AND HI8rt RI0AL 8KKTCHES. By
T. B Miicaiilay. One volume t'lmo. This volume by Ma
cs' lay, contains Lives and tikeiches, of some tf the u-ot
dirt Ingui bed men, ss will be seen by a p. rusil if the bat
of nanes. For sale by JOHN YOK4 A (Jo .
SeptlS 83 Union street.
Punch's Pocket Book of Fun.
The eeience of I'unch, be Bg cuts and cuumgi from tlie
rlt and wisdom of twenty five volumes of Punch. For
sale by JOHN VORK OO,
SeptlS. 83 Union s'reet.
A UCTJON SALE OF GROCERIES
II. 8. French & Son.
UN 1 LtSDAY, September iJO, we will offer for na'e
In front of our areuus, on Ciark street, at 10 o'.
c ock, the following artic es, sou e ol which we de iie to
clow out without rtseive, vis:
at) hluis rHigar, from fair to 10 doi Painted RucVeti;
nrtme, 6O0 renrus Vl'mnnin, v,,,.,.
100 bas-t N. O. and Ualtin ore Ht t bl- Dom. lir ndy
1000 kess Nails, chnire biMs: 60 hbls Julius flunih. AM
600 bo i es - tar CanUl es, full Reserve viisk;
weight: ca es Matches.
2t00 bbla Whisky, various li 0 b ixes Corn Starch:
brand-: 10.1 Wheaien hlirph-
100 In Tobacco; 100 " Cheroot Ck-arj
I o sk nuns and fine Salt; 15il " Tuilow CanJles,
l'OO 0 Cii4r,iM'(ibraJh; Co Uiacaing large and
x.'iOiixs nue oranuy; . small,
lii' dos liroomt;
Wilh oilier article in the frocr line too nnrrerous to
n.entloo. sept. 24. II h. rKKNCK A bON.
Uift Sale of Books at Anclion.
OO vLCTMEs StaodarJ Works mUi be of- J
Vy,V7v V fered lor a o at Auction this Nk'ht. 1
Furcliorn Ot rooks will receire Dicwnu w,;h
-I...-- 1 .1; . . - . , -
al. C. BRUCr Auctloner,
inddlibtrger's Eating louses
C'M Hidi.lebeiger t.kes .eca ion to announce 'o tlie pub
O 1 ic, il.. I, the tun ii ir tea. on over, be bts given up the
ecJcyiiAOt ol ' rt ral leiiciiy ' and returneu to town. His
House 1 aiiain oi enid, and he hoi.es to see .in ih.
uinii,H ict or in. o u ir .iMi aco custoii'ers, aud to be
ocu e aeeuaiiued wilb loiaof new ones. His lhl. ihll
ai ays ot iioerany suppiieu wun the best our market af
mru-, ana a - utile more."
! pt. l.lai.7.
AH AN080MK supply of Fall and Winter Goods, Gen
tlemens' rurnnhniug l.oo i. and clothiuc.
Ai.o a n-oil uxoniiKnt 0 . loiiis. Cauiic .n.i v....
i rig , an oi n.tn ili lie uiado up to order iu the mostao-
j i.i. nillilitl, gert.
r-ii. No. 11 Cedar sireei, Na.hille
l.MUICH(S IN tOCAL AMU IX.
. I . ... .n.o i ou i' i us are pieparea to give
iLsiiucuons ou i ne riaaii and In oe.L ViCiuc. U
ou. jiren ai mo re iuoace CI ine iiui.il. tor imn.
inquire of Mr. at Mr. AlKn's, on bo-th epi uca street
bep.ll lm. V
1 LL kinds of P.aiu aid Decorative Paper Banting
. none in the b-e.t mauncr and the cheapest prices b.
a. a. raa au.'.
Crder. I at Wm. near!. No. 17 Deaderick street, wni
9i roujjiy wKiiuta 10.
. .... j . . .
Ma-wes A.R.Caou.a, Mucin,
J. U. H'aira, Hon m bum,
p.ll L M. Cosav.
IHK sub cribr. lave a TaAM SAW WILL in suec
ful i l er.,i ion lu J.c.on cui.iv.ili.. ..n ih. V
ville aud Chsiiii.r.K Rii oho, utar Meeron Dit,
and are p .partd o f.ni ..1 all k i ns if Lutnier, a, d In
.j qu.umn. on ii.. snore. t o.t ce. 1 bry resp.eifully
B .uca orarrs fr.nu perrons iu ihe e.ty of Null . ill. wisbuig
Lcuiu. r ul a L cr (two TLey w.U deliver lumber at
-uy tr) 4 no ibe kau.oad.
epl.x - m
IN '3 ALLS, TALL? CO.
THE WOULD OF FASHIONS!!!
vff -rt Z4 ( .
(T ytp Q 'J
xaucy iocneis ana ialAilncry
Fall oi 185 7.
I J K would reneetfi.ry Ii f rm our tarty friends tbat w
vv ba ve n cnve.1 cr In frtaliotit hum P. r. ati mat
reiur i rom tne 1 aatiave uow oue o tbe uiot at'rativ
aaj run stix-K 01 guoi. vver rpei.rd at aty ret.il eiab
l.sfen rut In the motUt. nt eareirtlnir fails. Bji .1 i.ri.
lully 4' er cot k-. i. pr.c. . tt bavo now In lcr
ouie tf ,t.e ne.tbraul.fal ll..d Dreaws snj Rich H..r,
'lames. and it laiii nd bulmfcud .lock of ICbboos
wtt a..) i.) ra ui rni. ; eva.iiri( t f
tvv .,ro.. 01 every new and rich armga and style.
eta vautoiis 01 fan. Sio.er. , a farlecl fljwer rr,lBn.
uo kh-i, -a ilcft aad klararjo ruiu : .rda
(f Paradue c.
50 cues ciW. il St. aws, B Jgci and Chenille ; Uteat fail
Itt " colors Lcrhcra l-Us. Gpseys, aud CfciUrea
fil bo. e. Stuid aud Thale Caps.
1 u .. no, rir s, a 1 u U.uliIyV. for Fa'l
W - Clou. lalo.a.aaCeas, !, sty , at snpre-
e. enied low p icca.
M " Rich Uuck IijW t wia.s.anj Triatic. Lc.
"1 'f1" ''lr- L "
i-LujeUlrd ii.(Wh. mi
Com to ki.u l,i,.u m
aad n..aiuu. C.t e.ar.J moy
ll.e U.i tt ltaL.-d.fi-,.
aocy .o..i, ion BoBwroMS
e nwi r
airo.eiair irt, i.m
ot iea ioo-j bf 1 alrtaa. CMi-
L. rcaifc aud ih. 1. .......
o.bt to gie vos a (Ud
dawij.tion r.r r.i.Jf a. 11 1 I iu,ir y,r p
,sMhv.iI t.tuf ,;f it.l f vllT
r a tit
sw v . i J axaaj a
b.tiduMlH, Hot Ol; ! kl .Xni. tut lO UflM.
1 lie f"'a ma tjMivtilr.'.d pm,aa-w
, f"ia Uiiftsi. y B .j.4r
totjbtrr We c.ct.ae mi uier. Iti ba.i -
SK. j at i if .kdA at iu ir aa iu t us. a u .
k u ltoi.be rebOta'eJ ia aur.il r n a a .a .-. .
I A.Sewu aae SIOCS VI ftetd awark fi..1- l 1-
! SPECIAL NOTICES.
A gentleman Wring in Philadelphia says :
"In passing through Plttsba gh,oroe month finee. I
purchased a bottle of Barhave't Holltind Bitter: It le-
lieved me ao macb, that on return. ng h-ime I bought two
Bore bottle from Dr. Dyott, which c mplete'y cured i
of Neuralgia, i have recomended the artide to many
of my friends, and four or five of the number say it cured
them. I think that my recommendation has done more
foMts sa e in Philaielphia thaa your advrtiang.
(We are not permitted to psblisb the name but any
person caliing at the store, or eotamunlcailag with aa by
letter, wij be convinced of the tratb of this statement.)
Hollowaj-'a Pilii and OlHtmenl. For
nearly a quarter of a rent ry the press of the civi ixed
world has tee ced wi;h proofs of the efficacy of these rem-
I edis in bilious di orders, oomplsiat of the stomach and
aowels, salt rheum, ani stla diaordj.' Their wonderful
proper'iis are unchallenged.
Bold at the manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lane. New York,
and by all druglsu, at !5c , G2jtfc, and $1 per box. 41
.WANTED Immediately, 10,-
WW men to engape is the sale of. the most
popular selling Books in Amerca.. Invalids, mechanics,
farnurs and teachers, i liing to travel, will find this a
very profitable acd pleasant business, enabling them to
see the country, and mike money at the same time. A
gents nov la the busioess are clea-ins from fSOO to tl 50
per year. Fjr 1j1I particulars and a liat of RonVs. sddr...
H. M. KCL1S0N, Queen City Publ.thing Howe, 141 Main
st-eet, Cucinnati, Ohio; or, if living East, 1) BCLISON,
Fives asd Aqce. Foremost among the various remedies
for this d.sease stands Dr. t halleuberge-'s Antidote. A
few doses will eaie any oidinary case, and one date inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least
degree hurtful to the tvtiem under anv circumstance.
and never produces the unpleasant effects that attend the
use of Quinine and other agentt in general ui-e. It cures
every foi m of the dieasetaad is the original and only An
tidote fur Malaria.
A-k fo.- Dr. thallenbcrger's Fever and Ague Antidote,
nnd be ture you get pillt. 6c Id by respectable Druggists
everywhere Price tl 60. Sole Proprietors. A. T. Bbal-
usBKaaKB A Co., RochJter, Pa. augt-Smdtriaw.
The Flux Asnihiliated.
Erery summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case tor 73
cents, by the use of TUCKEK'S CHOLEKA STKUP,
which ha been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effect ua
remedy now in a e. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific. A human life can be saved
In nine cases out of ten by an investment of 73 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsaeby KfcRNAN . RAINB and T. WELLS, D-ug
glj.s. aprS4 6m
105 MEDICAL PREPRATI0KS
FOR THE CURE CF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The under igned, havinc been appointed sole Agent for
Ns.hville, for the sale of tie Medical Preparations recom-
mended in "Dr. Freese's Con.binec Fjstem of Practice,for
Pbysiclans aod Families,' would respectfully offer them to I
suchof ourciti nsasneedarftf-oj-coAa
These preparations are con pounried rcm the recipes of
the nost celebrated 1-bysicians nd Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure treiy ktwvn diteate, that is at subniuitig. Mucb surprise U expressed at the nou
all within the rtach of leu.edies. Thete Preparations have su?pendion of the New Tork city banks,
been teted for years by Profesor Freese, and other ce!e- ...
brated Physicians of our cruntry, in their daily practice.
acd have betn found Invariably effectual.
For further paiticulara, see Dr. Free' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, tnge'her with Cards, Posters, Ao.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chens, and Medicines may be
bad of the undersigned, at bis Drug Flore, in Nashville.
JOHN J BKK.ru,
No. SO fewanee Buildinp, ollege St..
junelS 6m. Na-hvnle, Teon.
Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles
JUST received per Fxpres, a large stock of ladle' and
gents' Traveling and Toilet Cases, fu niahed and un
furnished Also, Ladirs' Work Hoxrs, Haslets and Cbas,
all styles and sizes. Trie Shell, India Kubber, Horn.
and Ivory Combs; Wool and Ivory Don inoes and Chess
Men, small aud l.rge; a iCkg orou and Lhess Hoard. Al-o,
Hair, looth. Nail, Cloth. F e-h aLd Shaving I rushes.
Lvlie ' an1 genilemen's Porte Monies, Pocket books and
.Money Wallets. A No. ladies Scunom, and gent's Cigar
Ca-.es and Kazors, siugle or in sets. Fuc sale by
Peptltf J. II. MCUILL.
TXK have now on hand a large variety of Gold Stone,
VV fi lain, and rre)l Buttons. Also, every style of the
Eleeve Button and Cat Loop, for sale by
sept'i. J.M. MC Il.L.
A WELL selected rtork of ventlen-eo's gold, riher,
airste, ivory, ind horu bead rr.alaka, ebonv, partridg-
aDd hickory walking Cane-., just received and for sal' by
aeptltf. J. 11. KCU1LU
LADIES large Sole Traveling Trunk ;
uents' larKC and small bole and Uosskln " "
u 4. - .j u va'i.es;
Acd other cheaper stales, just received a' d for sale at
J. H. MoOiLL'd,
Ladles and-Gentlemens Furnishing and Kancv Store,
septlS. corner q iare and College street.
jno. into vie
corssb or DSAbaaicK STBsrr ard'tbs equarb,
HAS now In atore a more extensive Stock of Cloths,
Casaimeres, Over Coating., So., than a uaL
Call Mild see Tlieui.
Every thing that is choice and excellent caa be found
Nashville. gept 4, 1SfT-lm.
FALL AND W1INTEK GOODS.
IS now receiving a most esteml-e stork of Fall and
Winter Uood , of evrrtr desciiptinn and of the latest
styles, be hai alto enKaired the services ot a New lora
Culler, who repuuuoo ia be-ond dispute. .
heot. i-lm. o e B
CLIFTOIST & ABBOTT
HATa ju t rece vod from tbe tasteru Cities, a verv Urre
aaaortment of CLOIHs, CAb-lMtKKs AD 8T
IN'.S, e.'iosen with ibegre test ce by Mr Harvey, whose
suuerior taale baa enabled ua to biiuir out bv (ar. the nio-t
beantiful .lock of Piece Goods we have eer orlere in I
rianiivule. All made up to order onder the auperlmeu
deuce of the well .nown Harvey,
N.hvillo, bepu. 1, 1Sd7
WARD Bu BllsMINGHMj
No. 7 Cedar Street
HATE received iheir st ck of FALL AND WINTER
GOi'Di; corr.pri l:ig CU ths, Ca.suuere, Vestias ,
and a gtnerai asortmeoi of tieotkmeo's Furnl.hing
(tcods and wiil be 1 leased to wait upon their old friends
and .he public general y. sooi 8 10
w. raiixirs. w. aissos. a. miios. 1. sixos.ji.
C. W. PHILLIPS C0s
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS &. CO.,
38 EN ION sTIICr.Tt
JVM OKI. KA XS
eet3 1 v
J. 11. HOlTi-R CO.,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
SES. Z 0 213 JEL 13 .
AKO DEALkRS I H
Ltivirs ami l'roducc,
KO. tU COLLEGE 8TEEET,
a. v. BABTtsTT. a. o. a'owia. 1 1. a'ooas.
BAUTLETT, Il'COHB & C0.t
C.OlUmlSSiOll Ai. i5" Or Wartl I ll 2
K0. 24 L1VIE CO COXICEECIAL 8T.,
SALT LOUIS, 31 0.
tT Liberal cava adrancca u.ad oa toawgnmettts.
aassa o :
W. H. GORDON A CO , W M. P. IRTAN, EjQ
July ii SiaahvlB., Tena.
rillLLirS & JENNINGS
F0SEIQN AND DOMESTIC
BOCOUT KXCLLsIVSLT AY
jOu TJ CT X 0 1ST ,
Pt9m 13 Hauls. M. bei.ur 5tarw,t,
tiliHi Fetroud and Tl.lr J 1.
au gft She 4 trt w
JOHN U. CAUSOX,
D17 Cost! Cemlivisa .llerchasl,
f, EOEIiv fio..
ErTflSS TO . v
Ja Uuswi, ''a.M.r st ef Tcaasaaam; A- Uaaitrca,
oa. A J At. moum.
W tsusa. Caaxjsv A Co , u Lost. Iff U
Vheat! M hrat2
nHS sdrrtg.l fc stag orders .r ts Ef FAT, WIS j.4J
A Itibii..! asrtsi rai u..t! ai siXrs A 1f
raj. WJtMn, craar b t d a-t Ickii
BY THE NATIONAL LINE. '
Keporu Fumisked by the Associated Press.
v ou iij. trie esse oi tne Meaairi
Alton veiru- tne Rock Island Riikoa l Com
Pny, which baa been oo trial far two weeks, was
cIoj4 to-day. Tu jury failed to agree and were
Pbiladclphia, Sept. 25. At a general coofer '
enee of the Bauk Preeidentg, held this afternoon,
a temporary suspension of specie pavmeots on
checks and oilis exceeding ten doITarj, was resolved
upon by all the batka of thia city, to uke effect
Pkiladilphia, Sept S6. There is do concert of
action among the banks. '
The "Penrjevlvauia Bank" has resumed basioera
with a total auepeosiou of specie paynienu. The
"Bnk of Conimerce'' is paying out iiotes but do
The "GirarJ" U redeeming fives only.
Tbt "Nortb America" and "Mechanics" are pay
ing epecie, and c rtifjriDg checks.
The Tradesman's paye all bills aDd checks.
Alt tne banks are certifying checks, and gener
ally psy specie on fives, iut the Consolidation,
Pennsylvsuu, Township, and City Banks ptv do
specie at all
The Brokers board resolved that past sales of
stocks and sales to come may be paid by certified
C" ck" ,cn n7 ot th cly
01 ',tleiuent Up to 3 oV(
banks current ou the day
, Private dt-Epjtcues rtc- ived here announce the
su.-pentioii of the Reading and Pittsburg bauk. .
BaLTiMORK, Sepr. 26 At a met ting of the batik
dir. ctors tLi morning, it was resolved to suspend
specie pa v incuts oo all notes. . , .
Philadelphia, Sept. 26. Every department of
I busintsa has about suspended.
t Bai.timori, Sepf. 26 The suspension since 10
o clock is total, with the exceDiiou of small change
WAsmjiQTOji, S.;pu 20. The Metropolis Bar k
has rt solved to continue specie peyajt'uts. The
Bukof Wsshirj . ton has pnrti Uy susp nded. Th
Qircctorsol tiie "Patriotic" and "Metropolis" banks
are now in conference.
Ktw Yoek, Spt. 26. The steamer Baltic sailed
at iioon. the took uo specie. Beverly Tucker
ami fimily are among ber pn.-sengers.
Ihe reports current in PliMdelpUa that the
New Voik b-mks are about to su'pi-nd is unlrua
Tbere are no signs of such a measure.
Cincinnati, S. pt. 26. Business is onsetth d.
owing; to reports of the eurp uion of specie paj-
met-t by tlie Boston, Bait mare and Pi'tsbur banks
a uispuirn irom tsoston, however, nays that Bute
street it much edited by Philadelphia advices; but
the banks hive largely iutredSed their specie
within a Jew days, and theru arc no sigus ol sui-pen.-ioo.
The New England banks, it is believed, will be
able to stand the pressure.
Nsw Yokk, Sept. 26 The banks remained
I etro"g t the close oi busiues, with no sigus of sus-
aioney id BOUgus lor at increased rates Of Inter-
Baltimobk. SfDt. 23 Th. Pm .nlt U..
chauies' boi,k is c ishiuif all its notes All other
j banks have filily suspended. The excitement is
ashiruton, sepu 2B. ibe Metropolis bunk
closed firm Joi si iemble deposits have been
mrnie in th.- Pairiulic aud Washington banks oiuce
Boston, Sept. 26 The banks have increased
their specie lour hundred thousand fli.lUra ilnrinr
1 , .. . . 1. 1
uc jicu " c a, nun are Hironer man tny wt re a
fortnight ago. No panic. W B Lovej iy, cloth
ier, has failed. 1 he bills of the liopkiuatoa baui
were refused hy the Suffolk bank.
Cincinnati, & pt. 28. Flour $4 25j4 60; Wheat,
red 75c; Oais 34.35c; Whisky 17c bight checks
on New York 6 per cent prem. No failures.
The Cincinnati Ohio aud Trust Cotupjiiy have
asbigned to CnurhaStetsou and members of the old
Hoard of Directors.
WukKLiNQ, Sept. 28 A meeting of the citi
rens ibis eveniug recommended the Backs of this
city to immediately suspend specie payment, iu con
sequeuce of the heavy run ou the habk9 by foreigu
bickers and bankers.
Boston, Sept. 26. The SufiVk bank refuses the
notes ot the Rhode Island bank.
Tbenton, N. J., Sept. 26. Jame S. Sterling
has fulled. His assets are ample.
A heavy run was made on our banks. Their li
abilities were met. All are in good coodijy'on.
COM M R RCMAL.
CHARLKSTOa, Sept. S-t-p. M.
What The Wheat market is rUfTenl ig, we note several
sales f small lots during yesterday aud to-dav amounting
in the aggregate to some 6 KK) bushel, at $1 5.t 80 or
f.. to prime ed and 9 1 1 for W hite Some holders hav
refused 1 1 41) f.r hile, and are holditg at SI 45 The
stock for tale is very light
to a-1'he Flour market is unchanged since last re
port. We coutiuue to quote Super in sacks and barrels at
Adocsta. Pept. 8-t P. M.
What The wheat ma ket cont;nues rat.-er onset led
tivf" l lf AiMM 2,000 buehela mixed at
B,cos Buirin- dull 7 or 8 hogsheads ribbed tides sold
this morning at 17c.
THE nAUKLTS BV TELEGRAPH.
Ft. L' Cis. S-pL 23. FJfttir advsncin:,' Whiat
dVcimi ,u ; KeJ 1 12J; Whits 1 25. Corn firm ,
mix d 50; .1 it 51 to 65. Oats firm; 8 to 89.
Hemp f90 to 100.
Nkw OblsaK3, S'pt. 26 Cotton, sales 1500
fales. Op.-r.lions are rbecke i bf the ditficuliT ic
pt'sint; exchauge. liscon, rib-sides, 154. Ex-
TUli WAV SOX SIO
A BOCT the 90 th day of Aogn t, 18'. I was employed
s ty llesir. Wat. n, Wooster A Co compo-ed of Wa.
C. Watson Morris Kn.gh-. and r.eorge n. Wooater to
o aiuf-.cture fewicg Machines, which were known as the
-Wstson Ten Dollar r-ewing Machine." That thereafter I
receive! a notice from the eourtel of O B. Po lev aad N.
Wheeler, men'kmed n be annexed copy of Irj inction.
informing m that the. Machines were an iofrinf ement
upon Letter Patent which tbey ewDd, a d that suits
wojldbe lns'ituted against me, unless I should otherwise
set. I with ihesa. This notloc I h eded to Mr. Wooster,
oue of my emo'oyers
I then made invsiigtions to ascertain th facts, and
v' my oploion.
b..b eqoeniiy a suit was commenced agaiest me by Said
Potter and Wheeler, and imm laleiy ibereafUr I so In
forc.eJ Mr. Watson, and rrqurtd him to tab charge of
the defence of tbe same, and ! refused to do so, and I
then told hirfi that I would bave nothine mr. m di, th
it, and I then c.l 10 make the Machlomr; and tb in
juoct oo.a copy of which is hereto ana. xe , was iued
and terved Opon me. Juki. CliAfc-
Uaied New York, February 11th,lS57.
In preseno of kiLaa B. Asnar
I oo hereby erti'y til al tr above statement, nbserfle4
by me, ia correal and true. JufcX CUAZ&.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
CIRCUIT C0TJET OP THE UNITED STATES,
asuuan ciacciT ns ts sorTaasa mstkict OS saw I oat.
Tke iTttrutrnt of Ike I'n.tetf Mat of Amfrir to Joi
Csass kte Attorn,., btmmu, Agent; and Workmen,
ana ecA and every of IWa,
H her. it hath been represeatcd t Is cor Circuit
Court Of tb Coiled MllM. InXh. UnntK.rB fll.lrW m.t
Nw fork, silUue as Cart of Snail, aa ih. iart of f. J
laodo kk Potter and Saihaniel Wheeler, roe plamaata. I
thatUiey, the..W OrlandoB.
s. Potier .nd Nathaniel W el 1 . '
er. have lately cxb bited their bill of complainst gaiast
J".'" aoei 1. .a-e, derraJsat, to b v eved
toucbing matters tnereia rosU otJ, a which bid It ts,
among other things, set for h, that yo, ths said Weal,
ant, ar violating ih threatening to vio at c.rUiaex
e ui-is rinht. asd privilege. citd io s.id eomplaiaaawi,
for e-n n rue line, ntikins, saint and vcoA.r. ltbr io
b used, ceria a lmprovesi ts io eeetag si-c.'.iae., ana
that th aci-DH aod aoings of tel. tb said defe .d4l, are
eotitrary to t su ty aod good coQfttiet c; we, t' eretor B
eotmder.tloa ot lb presnia, do sUasilv, and antil th
further orders of iMs Court, rejoin and ootamaud yca.th
said Joel Cbaae, a-d y..or At or nets, oervaata, aad Work
men, aod each ud every ol cf tfteiw, aov tb penally
tbat cuay fOl thereou; Uit yo, aad c-b af Jos, do rruc
benOeforlN, ajloyelher, ab'O.uKlv aod antil lb further
erir ef t!-i. court, desist and refrai Irem eUraetly or is -direcily,
coost'ociing, saakiag, wor'tug, a. o. awuing, wr
pattiae lata 1 r actio, or cova-ioa, or ia any eofcaier
fcuiisg or laiuauaj iL luvrctun v im.r9ea.al -okitg-iog
to said toa.ila.uant, and d. s--r ted. CUi-ned, aad set
"h la cervna Letter Palest ot tt Co4l4 ruus, rw
taac4 to A. h. aai bcaru.g da li.e tU day of
January, 15-., aad sous4 B Lka aMopuucasU, and
!r"w ia aav way or tuuccr lolertenag wiib lb rgkw ot
aald com piir ai. j ua.ier sue fataas, aad frcaj in aiy w.j
or nussw kju, or taX'tngiaa s-l Letters i'AVuU of
any prt therm., -
w its. xh Ho. AUx.sa B.TitT. CWf Jjs'.Ic
- ' ItB.'St
I I of tie capi
L. B.VCitj of a.
( I d.. 4 r 1
reasr L sr. of tb Lotted c Uui th
w eri, ta )4 lia r ei.tti SI, a
rro UoiWr. ! a th. war ui o-x LbrJ tr
w "' iaa id aA b--uUrvdatii SKy-six.
Gr.i.CIFFOD, 1 a i ksT.l C. a 1 T t,
j. eiwr as-aif Ccaeat' tr CjUSj iat. dark.
l!,i,w.lS vrf4. . . sept--j,
.ai di to :tf e. rj t maivt, saJ s4 tU t itU
f. a. t sara.a-a. a. c tn-. -il-t. a, a. trsrea
BLETII0LD, EULSOUDY ft CO.,
Csncaiisioa-ftn-d rc-rcririir.j Iercli3.-t3
; - Spw, Ef u-,t. 2em asi T,mr.
a IS -eua ilr. atittf t au i v, 2i.
C-ou -.(.;: u et .J toi.fce;a Pr-laea rem'
a4 H'o'P' J aiUd4 w i-ay t ..A.ir
fH)LOIti:t S3 1 J it rs Jft r,..d eTeM
1 sart.ti4rf C A' t U-sct lW-a. a-J i
jr J. U. t$v 111.
NEW MUSIC STORE.
C. D. BENSON & BEO.,
sioutiu .an axran MiLiaa is iu xisds or
Mnsical ilercLandisc, Piano Fortes,
T7ROM the etiebrated manufactory of Grow A Chrfsto
A pher, U. Y., and the best &Je.'o.eODS now ased in the
L'nied etstes. manufacurtd bv Gecree rinee A Ct.
- Aiteniioa f tNe public is o lied to oar Urge catalogue ot
the Uiest puM.eauons of Muic, Musfe Boo-s and Jusiroc
tors of ail kindi. AIm. cur fine stock of Guitars, Violins,
ViolinceUis, aud Daijj Birmga In f .c every ih ng in the
aiusicillniu uineut lire can be fcuLd at
P. 5. AH kinds cf Music il Instrument repaired at No,
30 Union street. Brat door from Ucl'e re.
' Wj ivspectfu It invi'.e sraali country desl. ri. Teachers
and ccnooia, to gve as a call before pu c lading elsewbere,
: McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOON,
OP those jiutly celebrated Pianor, of Steinway A Son,
A.- 11. ale a Co., and Soebbeler A biuitb, of Mew
York, to which the atttnuon of purchaser is invited.
Also, the largest assortment of treet Masic, Masio
Book, Violins, Accerdeons, times, Cureonet s. Flageo
lets, Drums, nl Barj ,ali of which will be sold at ih
lowest rales. If you ish a lirgxin and tie bt Musical
loiitrument, call at (Hit cul Mua.csJ S;o.e,) Hi, Lnion
street. J M Kd A. McOLC&S.
N. B. I have every s;se and pattern of Meiodeons, man
ufactured by Carhart. Needham a Co New York , which I
i ell at their retail prices, jtlao, a Isvrge attortmeDt of
feather ousters. J. A. as.
CITY CLOTHING STOUli!
NE JV.ARRI VAL OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
TVT 17 D f I-l A AT 'I1 T A FT HD
I xA- J-t IIVIJ iiH x a. iAlXivyXtf
HAVE just received a Hrpe ani extensive Stcck of
FALL AN1 WINTER Guul). Wecan fill all order
fir Clothing on the shortest noiice, at prices that will suit
all purch si r.
Our stock of READY MADE CLOTTJIN1, is now com
o'ete, both for oentiemen's and ovs wear, and wecocfl
dently he iere that we eangive general satufaotioa to all
who will give os a call.
SeptlS 2m. M. FCLZBACHER, Ag't.
E0YSE & ELVEItSON,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
A KB now reeeiving and opening at their Store, No S ',
tfouth side ublic Square, a very large and entirely
new stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Furnishlmr Goods,
and a god stock French Cloths, Casriraeres aa Vestings.
which we will make up to order and warrant to -ult or no
tale. Moat of our stock of Ketdyoiade Clothing we can
safely recommend It as being free from tbe usual objections
of Kastero cisdi- Clothing. Our Slock cooais s In part ot
the fo lo ing arultt:
French Clo.h. A Cassimeres; Morino Cudershlrts k Draws;
Velvet, Plush Vesting and Ad Wool Undershirts:
Ve ts; blea A Bro. Caoton Flannel
Black and Fancy Grenidiaet; Draws aod Shirts;
Over Coat.; Woolen Chene Csmforts;
Muscovy beaver Rsgland;; HI- Uud nhirts;
Koyal Sultand Circulars; Col'd bhirtsand Cotlarr;
Kreoeb and Kngli.h Beaver; Itaiiau rrav.u and gcurfs;
Greek Sack, and Talmas; Aoj s acd Youths' shirts;
Dress ami Frock Coats; Mint' patented Sbou'der
fportsmen's Cwu; Seam htiirf;
A large Stock of rAn'SJ mr. and Marseiles Shirts;
Boys ' Overcoats, Shirt Collars;
Boys' Frock Coats A Ja kets,Lineu Oamb. and Pongs
dflice and Business Cuals; Wry;
Neck 1iea,Glovt.s aad Sus- Shirt iionoms;
penders; g Hose and Umbrella.;
We leel that with our long experieuce and facilities we
enjoy, we have tuccceded in bnng.ng an aw on men t of
good, which ciriuot tail to pirate as regards style, and
pr.ces We invite the attention ol consumers, aud will
engage to give sati faction to all who may lavor us with aa
examination ol our Stock. KObE A tLVKRSO.N,
NajhvUie, Sept 15. No. Si, South side Public Square.
Valuable Farm For Sale.
I BE tract of Land, sairouDiting the Bellefonte f?
1 Depot, on the Memphis tb ri.lon Railroad, '-m
fa offered for sale. It contains about ."At acres SjaSa
from 1C0 to 2t0 cleared tlie balance beavely urn- mAm
bered. There is a good spnng of neverlailicg a,er: tooi-
fortaole Residence, good oothou.-es, Ac. ic, on the place.
Any person wishing to purchase land aould 10 well 10 ex
amine the advantages poaeeU by the location of this
tract. It po-seasea a good cattle rauge.
Terms liberal. If not sold privately before Tuesday, the
20th of October next, it id on that day be told on lbs
premise, to the highest biduer
At the same ilxe will be sold the Hogs, Cattle, Corn,
Oais, Farming Utensils, Ac.
September 8, 18-'i7-lm J, I. SAMPLE.
Keler to W. T. Sample, at the store of A. J. Duncan A Co ,
Knoxville Whig publLh one month, and send bill to thla
VV. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
2T CAKOXDELKT STREET,
fVptS NEW Olt LEANS.
JOili K AM AGE,
NO. 42, COLLEGE SXICEET,
LTAS JDST RKOEIVBD '
IX Gents f
Gents fine Fateot Leather Congree. Gaiters,
Ox lord Ties
M Sup'r stitched Cloth Congress Gaiters,
M " I aatini Ties and do do
" sewed Csir do dj
" do do Oxford Ties,
Pan p sole Ca if Dress Boots,
CalXaew'd aud peg'd Boots of various styles.
T1'HKS!NAL1M!! RON NET KOXESS!
ALSO a few EnKllah Sole Leather Trunks,
do do do do Buggy Trunks,""
Lad.es large iae Dress Trunks,
A larsd a-iuirfnent if cheap Black and Fair
LKAT11E ; TRUNKS, a.l ?ise.
A variety 01 One Sole leather A-hland Valises,
do do do Plain so.
Alto a va'led st ck . f cheap 1 eather Va'i-.
cupernne i'ateo. leather Bonnet Boxes,
do Po'e ro do ao
Black aad F ur do do do
All of which are offered Cheap for CVtsA.
Sept. 8,1 $-.7. a.
SNYDER & FEIZZE1X,
A Ra now prepared to exhibit sorre- very handsome
J.A. fiBoea, both for Ladies and Gentlemen, to-wit:
Ladies' beel IJlters, (of every sole and quality;)
" Flippers (.handsome triuamiug:
" Fin Toilet snd Kid fllpsers;
" Goat ano Kid boots, with and without beels;
Misses Slippers, "
Children's Ankle Tie and Id Bo ots;
Genu Calf Oxford Ties;
" Congress uaJters, stitched and double Sole;
A I. NO,
Ladie-' rin TraveJlir a Sole Leather Tronks;
Gents' " 44 m
Atao, Tali ., of every variety, Carpet Bags, Satchels
and Black Bags. They would call the attention of buyer
10 ine aoove, a Uiey ar el tb latest stylus, and of tb
ue.i i-uu.ueipi.ia manuracore.
Call at No. HI, Public fcqaare.
fcept. 18, 1SS7. EN'TDFR A FRIZZILL.
PIC0T & SP0TWELL,
ISmi 63 TXaidea Lane, .ew York.
liTOsms aid suasaas or
CCTLIRT, FKNDFR5. TEA TR4TK. FIRE IKON3, TIS
NKD aad INtMcLID HOLLOW WAR.E,
FRkNCrl 11NM:0 WAKE,
ANDIRON., FRY Pa N. Co A I HOP?.
FLAN IS 11 l JAPAN EIJ PLATLD A BKUAMA WAKK,
a as cr Acvcaaas os
julyli 4m. V 8 Mai tea Lane, New York.
a. r. aiscauv. a. a. SAScaaa
KLCIILLY &. SAXCI1CZ,
Prodace and Commission Merchanls,
ASD DEALEOS IS
C0EN, WHEAT, BACON, FL0D2,
OATS, HAY, &.C.,
!Vss. 7 M'arrsn lllnrli. Alinislii flat
. . ..
IO A f f WHkAT t.CKi on hacd and fr ssie
(JUsUUUi), kyisj d. u. iicair.
rT'HXS is tb favorable tiro so build yoar Ci.lsraa. T
X ssuttiHui t.Ui.t,i!lUd L. l.t ATlf, t now ia
:bi- eiiy.aot prepared 10 baii liro of at1 eises, Appti
en.iot u. l. by state, or t'Hirsits, lo ti. O. beovci, will
rwsv prompt aiisaon. - I)tut-i5 tf
A- u. SMira. a. v. wrrssia. o. t. sow us.
SMITH, GL'TI'ltli: &. CO
, COMMISSION 1.1ERCIIATS,
- , EALIL IS
;;. jCTxim m domestic UQucas -
as Aarrs ssa ves sls tt
VIIICIMA A TLSiM.SiSLa TOP.ICCO.
161 Itaia L, Ltwtia Iesi asl TUri,
Ia. 1. Ghv;voclz9
CTjri-vvr' JP- f!TTV,,r It 1 pr .-
sav-i . vr W -. j . i ia tiu.u.
V T OrXD .-' r U servjee ta lie f uia as Ageat trt
REAL l: STATE, NEQROllS,
r-'.lfif i ptjwrtT, i-.jsr ',3 va-v r ettutsj-y. fc
I. 4 J i .i it l )tu K. l.. , tea
s -i Vad t f-.'Sij, 1 f-.rtrr Stjti-i
t ' i I t tU , ' t tlei!taHf n a
t.-..s t . 1 i.:s .i.!itei)v4.l tfri.ts.
ia iw t . - i .,ici4 l-:l -. . c. ...
Dry ti cjou, Cir&H.efir Uc.
atarcl 5. tif.
JVOXAXES! TfO TAXES!
EASINESS AUD KESIDEKC3 HCtJSES F0S SAXE.
I HAYS or sale a Sne business house, situated on Cher
ry si., beyond Broad, at present oroet and occupied
by F. Ryoiaa, as a Grocery and Provudoa More, aad is
sue of the best stands South of Rroa l stre'. Tbe lot
front S feet, and runs back Hi feet to an alley. 1 hero
is a comfortable residence oa the time !' indepen
dent of tbe Store Koom, all in good repair. Thia proier
ty is tree from taxation. We will give a bargain ia this
proper I, If application be made privately, until tbe th
day of October next, and if not disposed of at that time,
will be oll to the highest bidder, on the premises. For
terms. An , apply to X. K. ULASCOO IC. Agent,
Septsa-td No. 6T, Cherry street.
llKSiJ A A I LOT I- OH SALL'.
J etr-rtng for sale, privately, a two story a
V v brick house, situated on Cherry .treet. South t :
Nahviie. The bouse contains six rooms in tneJLaL
mala oui ding, besides kitchen, servant' room, carnage
house, stable. Sc. ail in (rood order. The lot Iroui 70 feet,
and runs back 13 reet to aa alley. We will give a bargain
in this property if application is made sosu. It is situated
in a thriving potlioaof tbe city, lor particular, enquire
of . t. GLAbCOCK. Agent,
acglS. No. , Cherry street.
We have, also, for sa'e Lots Nos. IT, 18, 19, SO and 81 .In
Lincoln's plan of lots, upon which is a frame dwelling
house. Tbce lots will be sold to suit curchaser. o. ex
changed for country property, or good mult s, at lair val-
oaiion. vv e win give a bargain.
ALSO, Lot No. 8, in ilouitcu's, Humphrey'sand Martin's
ddiiinn to Nashville, fronting the Railroad I'epot. This
lot is 4ti feet front ou Franklin street, and 150 feet deep to
n alley-. If you watt a bargain, now is your time.
A. &. GLASCOCK, Agect,
aug!2. No 67, Cirrr street.
IIOL'SAJ AND L, T FOR SALE.
I AM offering for rale, privately, a House and 1 ot, k
situated on Broad street, a lew doors above Sum .' "I
mer, fronting 81 feet oa broad, running back 16S iiiii
feet to aa alley. 11' e bouse contains I rooms in the main
building, wi'h Kitchen, bath-bou?e, amoke-bouse, Ac We
will rive a bargain ia the above 1 roperty, and our terms
eba'l be easy. i:. k. GLASCOCK, Agent,
jonelo. No. 6T, Cherry st.
IIOCSF. AND LOT FOR SALE.
r HAVE a beautiful Ilon'e and Lot on Crawford . .
street, all ia good order, which I am Instructed
to sell posit vely. These In wautof a ton e, cheap, Jllia.
would do well to call on tne soon. If not sold wituia a lew
days privately, it will be oflered at public Auction.
E. B. GLArCOCK, Agent,
junelJ. No. 67 Cherry st.
CITY PltOPERTY FOR
A VALUAPLB House and Lot on Church it., j--, '
a a. frontin? 81 feet on said street, runninir back
150,ft.or81 feet, and 16ndeep, witb a front of 15ft J'"
on Spruce street. Thiiia a valuable piece of prop- 1 - -V
cny, ana locale a iu me Bnest neighborhood in Uie City
and will be sold on liberal terms, knnuire of
. K. GLA2SCOCK, Agent,
)unel2. Uo. 67 Cherry st.
LOTS Nos. 81,82,99 aDd 100, In Preston Hay's addi
tion to N at h ville. fronting 54 feet on I'olk street, run
ning back 100 feet. A bargain will be given in these lots.
ATW0 8T0RY BRICK, containing 6 or 7 rooms. The
lot fronting 89X feet, and running tack 17 feet to ao
alley. This is very desirable property, and situated a
short distance from tbe residence of Sir. Bilbo. Wt will
give a bargain in this property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
MoLemore street 150 feet
Allof the above property ts located in thriving: portions
of tbe City, an o persons desirous of making purchases at
a bargain, wlllcalloa . K. GLAbCot K, Agent,
Junelx. bo. 67, Cherry st.
Fine St ode Farms
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Lying in the county qf Warren, immediately
on the tige Load leading from Murfreet
boro to MeilinntilU, 9 mile$ from the
latter place, and icithin 1 milt of
the Manchester and ilcllinn
ON TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27 111, 1857s
will offer for sale, on the premises, to the rtghest bidder.
about 7 OOO Acre.of excellent lands in Warren ooanty.
They are gently un alating, and the portions not cleared
studded with tot otk, poplar, hickory, walnut, and other
de-crtptlons ol timber, producing mot In ab Ddance.
Charley's creek, an nufaiiirg stream, furni.-hing an abun
dance of water, runs through the centre of thein, aod
tl.ere are, in sddit on, twenty fine fprings scattered
through them. Tbe soil i" well adapted to the cultivation
of Corn, Wheat, Oats, all the sm.li grains, and domeatis
grasi.es. and will compare favorablv wuh t' e best Warren
county lauds Producing grass spontaneously, In abun -ance,
there is no better range for cattle and sheep in the
State. A portion of the laud are in proved, there being
some eight or ten cultivated farm., with cottages, opon the
tract, independent of the beautiful reide.ice of Mr. Glee
e ck. The whole body of ihea ha-, however, been
recently rurveyedatd aid off in small tracts, containing
from tuO to 800 acres, and fronting oa a public road, la
point of society the .ocation has many advantages;
churches, school', acd mil is are convenient, and the Man
chester and McMinnville Kailroad, which is but Seven
mil.-s dltint, sffjr i ao outlet to market. The tows, of
McMinuville, tke county seat. Is but nine miles off, near
which it is believed the great Southern University, to be
established aoder the auspices of the Episcopal church,
will be located; thus enhancing the value ol all th lands
in the neighborhood. The oelebrated watering place,
Beersheba, is bu t 25 mi'es di tant. Th. hekllhrutneas of
this portion of M iddle Trnue-wee is proverbial, it ii tbs
Summer retreat of numbers of person from the South.
This sale will afford an unusually One opportunl y to
those deiirous of purchasing stock fnra-s, in one of tbe
bed sec Ions of the State, and it is hoped that all such, as
well as tho'e who may with merely to obtain a place of
refuge from the beats of summer, will examine the.
A free Barbecue will be prepsred at the Big Pprlng,
head of Charley's Creek, for the accommodation of all who
isaas or Salb. One, two, ard three years credft, for
notes with approved secuii'y, and a lien retained.
Persons d siring further information, will address Ceo.
Gluacock, SlcMinnville, Teon.: or,
K. it. GLASCOCK, Agent,
SeptlS. No. 67 Cherry .t., Nashville, Tena.
NANCE & VVOODVABD'S
V7E ar oPeilr.g good bargains In tbe following list of
60 feet of ground extending from ftproee to McLevor
Street, between Union and Ced.r streets, may be divided
ii to two kits of 40 l-ei each, Ibl feet deep.
One lot on College street, nearly opposite Amenl's
Foundry, f 0 feet.
12 lot. io West Nashville, near th N. A C. depot.
6 lots on South Summer strret, 4 improved and i vacant.
ne lot fronts t on Maple street, wlih a superb brick
dwe.iini, and all necessary oat hou.es, shrubbery, sc.
Or-e lot rif T leet fronting on Broad street, with a
good d. el log huM, Dearly 0posit tbe T. A A. K.
i lota on Coilrg at., 80 and AS ftet. la 7th Ward, near
old Baptist churrh
3' lot. n a- Bnena Vista Fpring., of all vises foot 50 feet
to li aoies In proved or not, as may be desire 1.
8 lots well Improved In Tth Ward on Market street.
I lot 121 fet on Lebanon Turnpike between th Water
Works and Milita y College.
CO acres on Sturtreesboro Turnpike 9 miles oat s most
beautiful slyht, om buildings.
SO acres on th bueca Vi.iaTarnpik,l miles out, well
1"6V acres, T miles out near the Stewart's Ferry Turn
pike on v'cC orlrs 1 reek, a good niece and cheap.
Sis' acres adiarent to Fpring l lace on Lcbancn Tnmplk
6 miles out, a beautiful lot.
34 acre 00 the N. A 0. Railroad aad Mill Creek, fi soil
out, htt'lMn:e lot.
80 acres near th N. A C. RaOroad Tji alio out, very
8 V sere on the N. A C. S. T. asd Mill Creek Tall.y
Turnpike. T ciles out, a pretty placa.
98 acre oa th Charlotte Turnpike, 0 mile out, well im
proved. T'J acres 11 mCs out on liorb-cesboro Turnpike, well
160 acre 13 miles out ea fiallail- Tnrnplk. adjieent to
(launder ville, a very good place and very cheep.
aeres on Brown's creek 1 ml out, wilh a good brick
boo-e .nd S .priors. On place.
tt acre on tb Nolcasvlli Tarnpik 1)4 satl Mt,
SS acres oa tb Nolens vili Turcplk, 4 n.Ue oat, a
good place snaclissp.
I I j acre, on Kaioa A venu aad b T.iLR.Ll
mile out very ' ap.
4 -4 aeres 4 aiUcs oat on tb MUI Creek Valley Tomplke,
4 1 acre T miles out oa the Franklin Turnpike aad T. A
S7i acre T mile out ca tb Marfrewsbero Tnrnplk,
73 acre. 8 miles Cat bil'MD Gallatin and Porter Turo
pli e, vry rich sod.
115 acres 8 miiei out oa Lebanoa Tarn; Ike, we'l im
proved. 1 13 acres IS atiles out a Long Creek, with faw
SfoO aeresor a less naotliy,1S miles octo tbaClarka
vil! orDpika, heaviiji timbarad.
7 1 acres 4 nUe out, Nortb si a CaaJberlatid river, abov
e !4 sere choice land mile out between IliKsbova
and Kkbiand Tarnpises, a choice farm.
100 acres 4Jt to ties out near Franklin College, well lav
142 acr.s is miles out on It A U. sLaU aad, gooo unprovw
snenia. i0 arreslS miles eat o botb side of K g Harpeth river
aad th North Western Kailroad, suiUs Seat ituigttoa
fcprtnss, a very good tract.
4o acre. 4 aile nt btwa Mrs. Smith's Will aad
FrantUa College, s g4 sprtsg.
1M acres oo. tuii N. . ol it lews f FraoVlia and V
a aula east of T. A A. KAJread, KOtd taaprovoenu. taj
oa as at So. tl Cherry street.
a-.' Sl.1t! U"llvfiK.
fHAYEaociated W1:k sa la basrua Jf).a W. DiBBS,
V.-j. Th of th ate na w ii berealUv ad
BO) D A C . Oiai.t.1 to scy Livtid and th pubie fta
craiiv toe U. LtraJ psuooaf beieu-fr. Ur.iowc L I
ear neat solicit a Mtiismc of ii.. hj tnr th cew
Bro. Yi ilU U fcijl l, r.
W li 1 t. T B, J S- t. w. ASt
BOYD & COa,
Ural r.staie, r,csrocs -c.
7 wUI pay t.' aisttcs peter tar tiely yoasg ts.
V gte. Cab advasae saad ea !cre &ci4
ta aa W sU ka si!iur ee tasl ire'sss tat safe
st u old .(! 4 Vtu. L. twy 4. ),. Vatrry iirtit.
AtttltOLS rs& SALE
A Itatrtt (Laac ta gzt cmI seivaat.
'pwrstY FIVS er ttiny krfw. e'i( ef Ha.
A Wee, Rojs ae4 tiirla. firul aiib'io U sai "
t a K-i. 1 Cxsi, iri ao t trctitr, aad a g--4 f&ii
ara wiia Uasyr tiM.
pui. s ova t go.
jilA V .4. i J
l'o. Ct Vcw.it ft,
Cinci n nati,
Ck'XJl C-vViia,Pi3aJ tLim lt. ti'a, t : Fsvt
1 S.t fur snm vi i.1Jk-i .u rrw-sivi-
bed 1 r.
- - ' FOR SALEj
A LOT on Cherry street, South Nashville, neav the
Baptist Church, on which tberw is a small Frame Tea-
en. tut. The k-t fronts
nta IV leet, is iou reel ueep. i i- j
ri 'UK BotWge property caa be rented aetil first Janu
J. ary,lS5. Foaeeasiwa lisea iaawdiatelv. Apply to
-p St. A. V. li L15f DsLAY.
vi ''WO handsome l.oU in Edg6eld, on Woodland street.
JL The Lou front feet each, and are lie leet deep.
A Valuable Business Lot for Sale.
fiU now offering for ia"e th.t vsl isbte Lot en Markc
street sdicining the st re of Moiris A Mathews. Tl
Lot fior.U '2 feet oa klarket and runs back Hi feet te
wards Front ftrett.
It would make one rf te best stands for a whole's Is
Grocery Store in ihe city. For tarms apply to
septlp. A. V. a USDS LEY.
A Heat Ewellinjj House for Sale.
SITUATED In Edgefield, 00 the Gallatin Turnpike. Tor
farther particulars apply to j
lertlt. T V.S.I ISDSLtY.
'TH T valuable Dwellltg at the corner of Cedar and
1 Summer street-. The so fronts j teet. Tbe Dwell
ing is large aDd commodious, and tere is a Acs o2.ee oa
the lot. It is ens cf the most Ueiir.ble locations Is the
Valuable Business Lot at Public Sale.
ON THCK8DAT TEB 1st OF 00T0BKR NEXT, at It
o'clock, A M., on tb premises, 1 will sell thai valuable
Lot at tbe corner cf Front acd Clark streets, adjoining ihw
ware bouse of U. B. French a r-on. The Lot fronts 0 feet
on Front street and (Ooa C ark.
Tai.aa :-A credit of one, two sad three veers, for cotes
payable In Hans, bearing Interest, tstisfaetorltv endorsed
aud a llec retained. A. V. t. LINDM.F. V,
. K- (jLasoikk, Auctioneer. acglt.
Valuable Free-Soil JLot for Sale.
I AM ooa oaering for sale a valuable P-ulUiog Lot oa
Spruce street, near tlie corner of Broad. The lot fronts
sixty-six feel on t-pruce, ia on hundred and fifty feet deep,
wit a a convenient alley in tb rear.
This property is exempt from taxes for ti years from 1st
January next. This exemption is of more valuthaB is
u-ualiy accorded to it, ss cot only the grounds has an ira
prov ments ere:ted thereon, bat free from taxes. Th
raving in tie item of taxes will moe than pay Mr me
ground and all tirpiov euent. This lot Is also siiaated a
a part of the city that is now belog rapidly filled ap with
fine dwellings and private residences. Terms reasonable.
Applyto July B0. , A.V.8. LINDSLaY.
OF THIS PROGRESSIVE AGE.
TAM now offering for sale at low figures, twenty Bot'4
ing Lots In th eighth Ward of Na'hvtlle, on sueti
terms that any one ean procure himself a complete and
convenient home. Th lots iront th Murfreesboro Turn
pike, on Wharf, Franklin and Maple streets, and ar ad
(uirably situated (nr private restden-es.
Claiborne's Omnibusses bave completely revolutionised
this part of the city, which with other Improvements now
being made, such as th extension of Gas, and water ia
that direction will add fcatly to the vain oi this prop
erty. The terms are such as will allow each purchaser Immedi
ately to put op his baildlnes, as the purchase moDey a ill
not be required until the 6th of January lt6i, tbe interest
only to be pa la annually nntil that tirre. Call soon on
jn'y tf A. V. 8 LINtiSLKT.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT F0K SALE.
IAM now offering for sale, on reasonable terms, th
House and Lot at the corner of Bioad and High sts
formerly owned by the late Martin New. Apply to
A.V. a. LIN LET,
July 8. S3 College street.
FOIL SALE AN ELEOANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
IAM offering for sal a most desirable reridenc on Fur.
mer street.in th 7th Ward. 1 be Lot front 85 feet by
170. The House is new and neat, contains & rooms, kitchen,
servants' room, smck boute, dairy and stable, lhegaa
bas Just been carried ia front of thia Lot. 1 know It to be
a bargain. Applyto A. V. fl. LINKSLEV,
June-IP. 88 College street.
aTneat residence in EDGE EI eld
IS now offered for sal at a bargain. Tbe Lot
fronts 61 feet on Woodlsad street and 170 on
Minick. TL Hons contains four good rooms, food.
ci.tern, ac ins nous is new, nim 11 in "
situation one of tb best la Adsefleld. Will be sojd low.
' r J . . to .--11
Utield. c l.viiriMiv.M
THE CHEAPEST PB0PEBTT.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
Tam bow offering at a great sacriSce, that valuabi
Pproperty, on Colleg Hill, Immediately opposii th
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. 1 mo.t. Tb
lot front sutv feet on Market btreet, wilh th same frcn
College. The House Is large and commodious, ana
whole, at the prlc I offer il is a rreat Banraia-
. .... - I I -: '
Claibornes' iimntous na practically more v-uus
right inio the Public bquare, aud any one wantins a
de.no convenient to business would do well lo looa at 1
propety. all on A.V.n-liXiif a
Apr.tu, 'ti, mo.
A LOT In South Nashville on College street, beyona is
Medical College, fronting 60 feet, being the Lot an
which Hives Carpenter Bbop formerly stood. For sal
cheap. Apply to A. T. f. LINIeLAT,
marcbid SS Colleg street ,
VYaBDABLE LOTIaBcuib :asbville, corner of fluaa.
mer and Oak streets, fron'lne l'JO feet on Pumm r
street and 170 on Oak street. Will be sold a bargain.
The Gas is bow being carried ap ia front ef (his Lot.
Adplylo A.V.S. LIND8UEV,
marched aa AS Col leg street
PURSUANT to a deer of th Chancery Court, a
t'larksville. In the case ef Tho W. tlarkidal, acd
others, vs. Philander Prieatly, A. V. 8. Llndalev, and oth
ers, I shall on Monday, tb 12th of Octbr next, at tb
Court bouse, in Nashville, at 3 o'clock, sell to th blgh.
bidder, three Lot la Hay's addition to Nashville, a credit
of 6, li and 19 months (or notes sati.factorlly secured,
bearing interest and a Uca retained.
A. Y. 8. iraDfiLET,
apt 14. Commissioner.
FA L la & WINTKIl
BOOTS, SIIOES, HATS AND CAP::
B. H. C UTTEE,
So. S6 &. C9, Cornsr cf Ccllfgt and Broadway,
N AMI! VILLE l t.XX
HAS received his stork ol BOOT., fHO, RATS, and
TRLK-t, forth Fall and Winter Trad, conai.ucg
In part ae ftilows, vlr :
rorLadifii, SliBfies aud Cliildreu.
Ladies to Kid aad fa.Bootte, thia and ibiok icl, witk
- plain aod trlraTed;
; M Lasting Gaiters, sid asd front laced, wilb
Kid" BosklBS and FtTBt Tfew;
Mia. " " and Mo.M pper and Boo s;
and Child. Lasting O.iirrs and '
OiilJ. toe Kid aad Mo. thick acd Pomp Sole;
. F.ocy Boots and rlipir;
Women's extra sis Kid Boots Bu. k.Ls, 4c:
" - M. " and -
Fcrvaats' heavy Calf, K.I? and Uo., extra sis;
For Gcntiand Itoji.
Geets fin Pcgvcd and Lacad Boots;
" " WaUr proof
" Op.ra " "
- pat.. Kid, aad Baekakin Ceng Oaitarsj
m u - Oxlord Tl;
mm a Bread Strap Shoe, pomp and well;
X M. K CLTTta'S,
No. 8 and 5t. corner ot Coileg asd Broad wsv,
wep'.la. . .bvi.i.
Ilojt., VoottiBaud Clildren,s
P;nE Calf Beet, Broge and Oxfard Tie;
1 Mc B"ys'and YuoiA' Cr arog n4 BoO's, of
th ba quali. y aad alra slack, Ba4 c.prwsaly la order,
forsarvios, by B. K. CCTTkaU
Hats &ad Cp for Hen, Boy. fcad CLil.
XEECnTEO dlrc4 front t inan-ifaotorin, all tb 11
e.litjiea ef Fn acd wiiou U aIS, eoaatatiog ta part
ef th b.t t'-imr svoft Fur Haul, af all QallUM . A.
a fait auortoieqt af men' aad bats' Meat slat. Wi I be
old on ia moat seasonal! tavaia lar ea.h, or ti paaemaj
dealers. B. L CCTIaa.
Me. ti ani 5, earner oi Bsoadwajr aad Clieg st.
l)(UUI iouba wtda. Aa esira at Strang Lace
Leata.r, a3 f stick 1 loriu. Ui tiottoa ef all .t-.rrm
atd e n'.t to tit abav sn-elra, wnicb w.:l ba suid
f i peas Mem. foe cu. A N 4 aod li, eorncr of toii-
wsy arid C J ia tr4-
pi.. . k. C'jrrtx.
Imported TTines, Groceries, Czc,
ZZ2 Caaal St , ai4 713 Braid way, jr. T.
urtus u etauis m-t (.riurf
5 Ff 2 o Hir
a.t y VUVAf t C a
C?-r U t . T2AUf, UOTtLS. PsUYATE FAMILIES, sal
vl bJ mr CJOMieo ta th. r last., aad 5ewra
ftaiuiw sv-Tk Ja, a Ustj varteijf ef
TtA GSStS AN BLACK, r.tVU-i-ii J, POrC1!:-?.
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