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"Wednesday Horning; September SO, 1857
OfficiaUournal for Publishing the
Post Office better List.
Notice to Transient AdvcrlUerkt
All transient advertisements in this paper, most be paid
I or at the time they are handed in otherwise they will not
be inserted. Transient Job Work matt be paid tor on delU
Very. - -
IWecliaiilc.' I alr--l, I Daf lor Euledn?.
Person who intend to enter articles for com
petit:on or exhibition at the Mecbacica' Fair wilt
beir io mind that this is the last day appropriated
to that purpose. Competition is open forall'pec
imna from this or other States.
-' The 'Board of Directors authorise os to state
that they will gladly rpceive specimens of Fine
Arts, Curiosities, Relief, &c, calculated to add to
the interest of the exhibition, without charge for
entering. The orject of the Directors U to make
the exhibition as attractive as po-aible-.
J2f" The Northern Bank of TfMinwf, included
in our yesterday's' list of dscr. dited bunks, has
sat e5ed all the banks ol this city of it i lvencv,
and we nJerstanJ its Doti will be received by
tbern to dy. '..
TniATBC The etiteriaiooi) tits for to-nigfcf are
the drama called ''The- Foundling of St. ADioiiie,"
and the favorite comedy of "The Honey Moon."
Tomorrow evening Mr. and Mr". John Drewappear
for the fir?t time iu our city," and we may exp ct
decided increase cf the attractions of tbe Theatre.
Give tbe Manager a fair char.c , by encouraging
him, and we are sure he wiil in return give the pub
lic all they can reusouatlv desire.
Ko Suipenkion I-illoiiey Plenty t
The Nashville Bailuing Assotiatiori will tell at
auction to-morrow nijjut, at the Merchant' Ex
change, a large eutn of money, the interest and iu.
eulraenu accruing tluriug the present mouth. If
jou waut money uow'a your time.
Night before Uat the residence of Mr. F. Uagen
was ent red by a man by the name of II a titer.
Tbe window of the room, in which Mr. B. ws
asleep, through which the thief made his entfar c,
had been unfortunately left open, consequently
ucceedrd in euteriua the room witb bat littlo dif
ficulty, but with sufficient nof'e to arouse Mr.
II. in time to give him a short, though unsuccess
ful, chase. The thief is doubth tely ported as to
the time he made, as he possessed himaelf, before
leaving the premises, with a fiue gold watch be
longing to Mr. H. Having slipped off his shoes
b forr entering the room, in orJer to silence hia
inovemt ntf, and bring somewhat esciied upon his
hasty departure, inadvertantly omitted to replace
mem, wuicn circumxtauce led to his arrent yester
day. He whs brought before Enquire Ferris, who
immediately hid hitn sifi ly depocited 00 the e.l.M.t
bankt of the Cumberland, euhject to the order of
The pearl guih- ring mania has reached Tcxat.
The San Antonio Herald, of the 15tb Inst, says:
"Pearls in larg- qunniici. s have recently been dis
covered ia the bed of the Llano, a tributary of the
Colorado river, ia the counties of Gillespie and
Llano. Rv. Mr. DeviHbus and Jude Dooley, 0
this place, aa we understand, were both recently
up in that country, and brought to our city, a day
or two aeo, a considerable number of them, which
they haJ pii ked up themselves. They are small
and not of a vrry valuable kind, but their abun
dance, it is thought, will make op for their quali.
ty. vve learn that two hundred Germans left
Fredericksburg the other day to go pearl gather
Tnc Powca or MoNosTLi.Ajii.xa. To one whose
attention has not been drawn particularly to the
subject, if will be surprising to call to mind bow
many of the most sublime and comprehensive pas
sages in the Eutflinh language consist wholly or
chiefly of monosyllables. Of the sixty -six words
compo.-ina the Lord's Trayer, forty-eight are of
one wy liable. Of the seventeen words composing
the Golden Rule, fifteen are of one sellable. The
most expressive idea of tba creative power ol Jeho
vah is expressed entirely in monosy lUblqs: "And
God na id. Let there be liirlit. and Hit- ...
One ol the most encouraging promises of Scripture
is expressed in fifteen word, all but one of wtich
ar monosyllables: "I love them that love me
and ti.ose that seek me early shall find ui:nSun
day School Journal.
Miss Cuphwan -The New York Herald greets
this great acuecs and noble woman on her return to
mis country with tha following admirably appre
We are very glad to chronicle tha return of Hiss
Cushman to her native land, after an absence of
five years, and also to announce her engagement
at Burton's theatre. Mis Cusnnian, as a rsKic
actres. holds tbe hifhest pomtiou. Her repcrtoirt
includes Lay Macbeth, Dianra, La Tiabe iu the
Actress of Padua (the "Angelo" of Victor Huo)
Mrs. llalier, Meg Merrilies, and Romo. Mies
Cushman does play other parU, but it (n those
aforementioned that t-he achieved her fame, a fame
even greater in F.ngland than abroad. MissCueh
mati has not the claseic repos of Rachel, tior tha
UCUI"S "jmpatneiio leorterness of Kistori, but she
in superb in delineating tbe pssion, haired, j-l-ousy,
remorse, deire lor revenge, and exultant joy
at obtainhiK it. It h.s been oij ct. d to her that
her style is somewhat masculine, but it is precisely
.S this strength and breadth and fullness of power
that the merit of Mias Cushman's acting exists
People v.ry olteo fall Into tl.iB rror of believing
an artist's stronge-t and best point to be abeoiutelv
her pnocipal fault It is U Us Cushm.n'a power
to sway masses of people and to hold them in her
hand, which is the whole secret of her success. She
jui-j uot eiaoorniu llie details of ber
throws into them certain
master strokes which
dwell In the miud for
years alter tbe ruorl deli.
calely beautiful aud
finely fini-hed DieturH h
passed from tin. memory. Mies Cushman will fi; 4
ttieatrical mattcia much improved during her al-
snce. bbw wll not find a pre. .,,r.,i.,- .. 1
tciora, but she w.ll find a more liberal, anorrri-
Jtlve, unpri judiced, and ju.tly tntk-l au iience
rhe Comes before that auiiini.x i.- .k i
heiress iu this country who ia really fit lo be what
s called a "star. Sue is a ciant umouir th ni --
VoKDroBTiiEaaorSiiOL Mkm Itstrike-
Is that there is a "world of wisdom" iu the fol
lowing (juolatiou biief aa it ia ;
Every school boy knows th-t a lci(l BKint.!
j bnli'M it hud a autnir ivine it r,
o iu life. The man wnn i ti.l i. 1. '
oeu bloomine rexi-oiifili l iiM .1. t. 1.
mako a hishir an I air. rr
sclielor. who. have nottim.. 1.. L.....
ways floutideru;i: in ue ,uud. 1. .
J.. I.. .1. . II ' .. J
so 111 mej woriu lie louraell to mm, t..t .
Tn - r-..- . . .
ine lauj as ever It was tur fortune to U
i. VniiM -i t l.u .1.. e t
Aakflaa Ira I,--. A "
v..., , rr isTor, tor w n OJituUr bearing Mr
nrj iCaeburu aj, So woman f.ce it woub
tiling if Ucan bcrutuDoM cant aaM ine.ni.,..
at variety anJ tr.M.nt,riti tt ireion were
i niH-at nana ol fn.-i.. .-... f" : .
, - c.rn iu irature
- la Uiuequ. r.gular; "but iwaa na hr
"ty blue c e w. m, tuin it w.s t(.e ,cfl U B.I
itraelouMrH ol look an 1 morion; the r.Urtn
t aelJ-poseeeHCfJ ttaimrr with wl... I. -K
pia alncera and beany recet.tion of th, tec
i-r--ii(j to oa i
('Land of my aire! what mortal band
Mia II e'er untie th.- fili.i .-...i
Uu. Z ..i , " D100Ul' lu a few
lhat bind. tu. to ib, ruxxej itrand T")
bad an lndfibl Cti.rui-powerle.a rfethar.
H. 10 .- r. Sued Jot.
r iiammering and imtlt,t.t. ... ' ... .
Waful,y curl, ou Selene ZXZ 7
1 8t. CUmd it,,,,, , , ' ' r,utl1 Ju",
from one to two Uai.
7 tIrl'1J"?e! Vt P'11WP". Hh lb, , er.eraJ lw.
wu-eai CUrunlfl dU-..
"i great uCea..
B ooderslgcl fc.,)og er(lf ft WiE.. '
bhigh..( mrk,, rtum t,lv.h. - Pl
1w.reio, eorae. Broad aad Coiicg.
J t. tr.
AUIUVAL OF X1IJ3 MAILS.
Chattanooga K. R. twice dally at 10 A. SI. and 4:20 P.
LounvdJ daily, bv ttowiios; Ureen, - 8 P. u.
w . cissfrow, - - 8
Lebanon, Monday, Wed' and Prid," 1 1
M ..-Tuesday, Thurscay and 8t'y, . 6
Charlotte, Sunday, Wto'y bd Prid, ,11 A. M. '
Clarksvlile, " V. JJ. -' '
Bursetivilie, Bi-ndy, Wen and Friday, 8
Columbia via WvLbory, Monday, XUur-
day, and tatarday, . 11 A. M.
; ' 44 Lawrencebarg EunWed'y,
andPrilay, 11 A.M.
Gallatin A Uaitsville, every other day at 5 t. M.
Ceutievllle, Tuesday and Pridayat ltA. M.
pycamore s ills, Tu.,1hur. and gat. at 6 P. M. '
frtalerW le, 1 horsday at 10 A.M.
Molensv.il;, Sim., Wed'yand Fridsy at 1P.M.
..DEPAETPHE OP, TDK MAILS.
Chattanooga R. K. taije daily, at fctf A. M. and 5 P. M.
Loi-viUe by bowline Green, iaily,t 5 A. M.
" " Ulasgow, u 6
Lebanon-' .- - ' m - w
Ciark.vi.le, Mori , Wf dy and Friday, at DP M,
Columbia via Waynesboro, Sua- Wed'y
andPritay, 6 A. M.
Lawrenceburg-, Tues., Thurs.
and Saturday, . a
Galiaun, daily, 5
liartsville, every nther day.
Ceob-rvhie, Tucdy and Friday, 12 M.
Sycamore Mills, Moa., Wrd'v ar.d Friday, 4 . M.
Husellille,Toesn Thurs. and Bt- 5 -
fcUte.vilie, ihurtday, 12 m.
Nolens 11 e, Tues., Thurs. anJ Sat., , I A. Bf.
Orfceecloees at I X, t. M.
epw. . fi. R. AXDRRSON, P. M.
Prac leal Artists ic every branch of Photography and
hole ale and retail dealeia in An brotype, Melainotype,
Photograph, an tauerreotpe good, : Apparatus acd
Chemical, of every tmd, variety and deser p ioa o:ed in
the abovs Arts. All orders will be poinptl filled, and for
warded to any part of the conni rj at the very lowest mar
ket rates, for cssh, to wb'ch the trade are respectfully In.
viied. Also Agents for ihe sale of Melainotype and fpher
reotype Eights. HCdUK3 BaO3,
gfcept4. 26 TTnion street, Kathville, Teno.
Xake Heed. Dr. Tilton has returned to the Has
asot House CMcago, where may be obtained Old Dr.
James wonderful and celebrated eitrsct of Carnibi's In
dica. Bis ion 1 i-law. Dr. Thomas Tilton, will supp y you
with it, either per.-orally or by txprtsy. It is a sure and
speedy core of the aoret cases of Consamption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Nervous Cebility, Coughs, Cold.', and fore
Throat. We know tt.ls lo be a fact. Try it and live.
P. 8 By addressing Dr. Tilton a note thrcu.;h the Chi
cago Po-it Office, ir e oii (f four s ami s, (12 cent ) a recipe
will be sent in return, free of charge, to any part ol the
Union. pa. TILTO.V,
sent 8 Ina Masaroit House, Chicago. "
CANDIDATE S .
Jfc" We are authorized to announce Jaxks M. Bixtom aa
a cand date for theriff of Davitbou county, at the next
0O We are authorized to announce Jobs K. Eimiondsom
as a candidate for fcheruT of Davidson county, at the next
tw We are authorized to announce E. B Biglbt as a
candidate for theriff of Davidson county, at the next March
i are authorised to announce A. Creel. a
candidate for Shei itf of iiavidson county, at the next March
i'ocstv cuvnr ci.i:itK.
Xy We are autlinrized to announce Capt Joua S Dish
ihx ss a candidate for Co nty Court Clerk, at the March
t3T" We are authorized to announce Ftxix R. Cheat
bsm, as a candidate fur rf--lwti.n in ti, .ni;,. t.t rn
-,..- .7 V.T . " ""-"'J
e are aulho ized to announce Thos. D. Stogxkb
aa a cmididute fur County Court Clerk at the next March
COUrt TV Til UNTIL 17.
S Jt9m - .1 : 1 . .
.j- i. c ib miiijriKQ 10 announce JoHM Kiixg as a
candidate for re-election to the office of County Tnutee, at
"c cuauuig pjurcn election.
s " w e are authorized to announce T. T. Backdbks us a
candidate for the office of County Truttee, at the ensuing
ff We are authorised to announce Ju-seB. Psrhv as a
candidate for Cotstal-le, In the Nashville District, at th
ensuing March election.
fW We are au'horised to announce Fi.rrcnB W. lions
as a cacdidate for Constable in the Nashville District, at the
ensuing March election.
Iliddlebcrger's Eating louse.
OAM Rlddleberger takes oceaion to announce to the pub
u' ic. ,hat. 'he on.n tr lea on over, be tit given up the
enjoyment ol rrral iriicin 'and returned to town His
House is again opened, and he hopes to see again the
smiling lares ol hl old Irirnils and customers, and to be
eon e acquainted al h lotsof new ones. His tables hhall
al ays be liberally supplied with the best our market af
ford., and a little more." ai
ST. M1"K HOME:
A Select School for Young Ladies.
NUMBER IIMITKD TO TWINTV-FIVE.
MltS. AVLJII JC I asrperedler t c'i r. In a retlrrd
1 art ol the c ly, co ner 01 t'nirn sod r-pruce streets
lasiieman's low. tol. laws h.s taken the Fnnctc!as.
v 1: it 71 s :
hnpliah Brancher, prrpruinn of 5 months,
Latin, Frencli,l-ikuieh, Italian, and German, each"
Marie, 1'mno, per be s'on, "."..."...!!""
, $ 25 00
. 5 (0
Hrawlnp, Painting and Needle Wor'u 'ual prices.
Tuition payable toonthh in advance.
ktrsuascui J. K. Ikakl, Superintendent of the Nash
ville liirh eci.ool, F. it. ooo, President of the Board of
s-ot b dtf
ubfcnbcrihare a OTKAM SAW MILL in
IerattiOD in Jarktnn Mimi Ala. AA
ville and Cbatianonra Kailioad, near hteverson Depo'
and are prepar.d io farmi.h all kir.ds tt Lumber, and i ,
any quantity, oa the shor eit notice. They respecifull
s-.l.elt orders from persons In the city of Nashville wishin
' J ue-cr pnon. 1 bey will deliver Lumber s
any depot on li e Uailtoad.
eptH-8m. INGALL9, TALLT A CO..
THE WORLD OF FASHIONS!!
Tor Eicli I&ncj Bonnets and HUlizerf
Fall of 1S5 7.
would respectfully U-furm oar lady frienda that w
v V have received 01 r iu portationa from Pria, and Jo
reton ed trom the last.hav now on of the moit attract! t
and rich stork of foo! er epeneu at any retail eatab
hahmant Id the vuild. not txcriitmir P,i n..i
lully ytr cnt less in 1 rice . We hav now In stem
some cf 1 ha nut beautiful Head Drea.es and Kich lowers
Plumas, and th largeM and berl d tt ck of K. boons
ever dis lajtd id Nhvil; consUnug of
10 0 pieces of every new and rich drsipn and stjle.
ChJy"u ot 'r' Ho era , a perfect flower garden.
00 hlnu -s ilch and Maraioo Pmuea 1 Birds
of Paradite. Ac.
80 eases colored Mraws, Bagal aod Chenille ; latest fall
10 coto'.j LeKhorn Flatta, Oipsej s, and Cl.U Ireo
?5 1 boxes Russiu au i Thule Caps.
liOdoa. Hu(.p Mir ., tba latest stvlrs, for Fal.
u t loia I al i nd Cloaks, lata.l aty ea, at unpre-
ee. t ted lo p ice.
00 JtJchltiaek Buj;l t clUrs an! Trlra i log Laces.
L.kewbe a one stiv-k of N'i rmork; Goo,l.ln . eta. ae..
eon...t,r,f if J., ,-ltw, ,.,,, Ji,llin,u.n. i ,7a
Coh.r. ee., VioikeU lii tlt io dr.d liaMiker-clurf-.Laee
V.,.. e.,l lu,e. Pi.t.n.u.e t ap.. Mohair
head lrea at d ru b .n.; orted iiaad bres.es iu n;, grtmt.
t plerjlor. L.kewl rieli ornaaientrd g oaH Comb of
.V- , "'" imi 10 leap UnneU 10 lha
right place; ihm oew aty ru.t, Kile I, r the ,ed, floe
mu. 1 many fancy uotxts, loo ouoieruu.
a,., li',,, i ..... . : "., v.. u-
- 'n.K.rrniv an.l trie I st les
. ..rnc. It I IUl(KI.Mlil tO gl, you a IUII
ui u-r . ..i .- k. , it wi I teituii iiiur persuu.i
tierm.n t. examine, h.t.n, IS ,x,r,eoc lo
Nashville. 1 fl.tt.r m .self ilatl can tow tl.. most
fa'iditua, cut ooiy iu smut, bona prioM.
Ih g rat aud en, rn r,l u e I p.troLaxe m recti r from
on. ,ra on to tl toihrr. w. .t. r our .,,, e,.
Il.htd jur fc.tal.,.Mt.ni f,.r Klcr. N.l m.r, t,ia. No
d:.p!Hu as resr. s Fa..i.;ll.. W our eul at
ran. and toniuu to keep us otel, .ua b.iog out th
VltX,"?? " '"' rW .. h mia opin our
.k . . t V AU:y ltth ""l-. nd h, p. ..,:
tbat LheraJ puui.si rqtendtd to ua r yer, pMt.
e. Wtpfc, Aceut.
srotS N ar- '"an Viuhue lUaaar.
ant irt till 1 . -- i. a
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LAIUii: IKON WOIIKS,
XJ CTUSS PKHSOSAL IT.0VERTY
TT P,. rwnWl it, ,K, Ch.3e. f
nvt.ie, ia u sun at idtxtiar . i u
oa th Polhc .,ar l8l CaTs.!I' " "'
- 40F1MC UlU.1..gJuu.w :
sudrauit wu uaracas;
l lrat Ir I October JvEi,
II sell at Irvn Mouo'atn Puma, IB P ,w,t
it lK'O cr, a Bs tKi.tnm ladi .k,..i i...
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w ewaateats. In at lij,n
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. - . , .(..j tui la SKMHIl It,,.. .
hrsscs. y asiaree ako.i
wiVaSat . J U" Carts,
fir ,us "j:t
, aad S fe.n
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ever t lur n.a
g'Xid IHaittKi V
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I hate io lite'y yoarg nrsrs ta . ( , Ta-mastos-ilpeiv
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SEtlULCIA. . ,
A fentleman Uving in Philadelphia sayst - S
; In pais.ng through Pittibargh, tome months since. J
purchased a bottle of jBarkavft Holland Bitter. Jt e
litved me so much, that on returning home I bought two
Bore bottles from Dr.Dyolt, which completely cored me
of Neuralgia. I have recomended the article. to many
of my friends, and four or five of tha camber say It cared
them. I think that n.j recommendation has done more
for its sa e in Philaleiphia than your, advertising."
. (We are not permitted to pnbiiib the name but any
person calling at the store, or communieattag with us by
letter, wi;l be convinced of the truth of this statement.)
Hollowa y-'a Pills and Ointment. For
dearly a quarter of a ecntury the press of tha civi'ised
world has teemed witb proofs of the efficacy of these rem
edies ia bilious disorders, complaints of the stomach and
bowels, salt rheuux, and stia disorders. Their wonderul
properties are unchallenged.
Sold at the manufactory. No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all druggists, at 25c., C2)4c, and SI per box. 41
W A TPin TmmlJfitoTxr in.
iMJ,,B 000 men fo engage in the sale of the most
popular selling Books in Amer ea. Invalids, mechanics.
farmtrs and teachers, l l.ing to travel, will find this
very printable acd pleasant buiine s, enabling them to
ree the country, and make money at the same time. A-
gents now in the business are cleaning from f 500 to $1 50
per year. F r full particulars and a list of Books, sddres,
H. M. RCX1SON, Qaeeo City Ptbl:hu,g Bouse, 141 Main
Bt'eet, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living East,' D BULISOJf,
Philadelphia. ... sept21.
Fkveb akd Ague. Foremost among the various remedies
for this disease stands Dr. fbaUenberzer's Antidote. A
few doses will cure any ordinary cafe, and one done inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least j
degree hurtful to tha tyiiem under any cireumtdanoe,
and never produces the unpleasant effects that attend tha
use of Quinine asd other agents in general use. It cures
every fotm of the disease, and is the original and only An
tidote fo r Malaria,
A.-k fo.' Dr. ebailenberger's Fever and Ague Antidote,
and be cure you get pill. Sold by respectable Druggists
everywhere Price tl 60. Bole Proprietors, A. T. Shal-
LXSBCiiOKa A Co., Rochester, Pa. au4-3indtriw.
The Flux Anniluliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains.'and other Irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cored in every ease. lor 75
cents, by the use of TITCXEE'S CH0LZBA 8TBUP,
which has been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, acd by them pronounced the most effectua
remedy now in one. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific. A human life can be saved
la nine eases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsae by KERNAN RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug-
g'J-s. apr24 6 in
105 MEDICAL PREPRATIONS
FOR THK CUHB OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undersigned, having been appointed sola Agent for
Ntahville, for the sale of ti e Medical Preparations recom
mended tn "Dr. Freese's Con.bined fyettm of Practice, for
Physicians aod Families,' would respectfully offer them to
such of our cilia-, ns as need a rtxtorutirc to htalth.
These preparations are compounded rom the recires of
the n.ost celebrated Physicians ; nd Burgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure txeiy Xnvun dintate, t hat is at
all within the reach of remedies. These Preparation have
beeo tested for jenrs by Professor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have been found Invariably effectual.
For further particulars, fee Dr. Freese' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, tnge'ber with Cards, Posters, Ac.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, and Medicines maybe
bad of the undersigned, at his Drug ficre, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEKCH,
No. 20 Fewauee Building, ollrfre St.,
Jim el S dm. Naihvnie, Tenn.
Fancy Goods and Toilet Articles
JL'BT received per Fxpres, a large stock of ladie and
gents' Traveling and Toilet Case, furnished and un
furnished Also, Ladies' Work boxes. Baskets end C:ibas,
o all styles and sizes. The tihe.il, India hubber, Horn,
ami Ivory Combs; Wool and Ivory Don inoes and Chess
Men, small and large; Bicke imou and Chess Boards. Also,
Hair, Tooth, N'aii, Cloth, F:eb ard havlDg I rushes.
Ladie 'an! gem lemen'a Porte Monies, Pocket Books and
Money Wallets. AUo, ladies' gci-tsors, and gent's Cigar
Caies and Rssors, single or in sets. Fur sale by
eptl. j. H. McGILL.
VIT It CI -toks.
WE have now on hand a large variety or Gold Stone,
Olasa. nd f" ell Buttons. Also, everv style of the
Sleeve Button and Coat Lo p, for sale by
seprei. J. tf. McviTLL.
WELL selected ttock cf sent'emen's gold, silver,
airste, ivory, xnd horn head malaka. rbonv. nanrnio-a
and hickory walking Canei, Just received and for sal - by
JeptM. J. II. MoGILL.
LADIFS' large Sole Traveling Trunk;
Uenta' large aod small Sole and ilofiskin " "
" '1 - Valbev;
And other cheaper styles, just reeelvtd ard for nle at
Ladies and Oentlemens FurnUhing and Fancy Store,
septl9. corner rquare and Collega street.
JJN O, BRU WINE,
coasia or dbideuck stskkt aud tbb soasb,
HAS now in store a more extensive Stock of Cloths,
Casjimeres, Over Coatinr. Ac. than u uaL
t all und aee Xlieiu.
Every thing ihat is choice aud excellent caa ba found
Nashville, Fept 4, lKtT-lm.
FALL AND AVLNTEK GOODS.
18 now receiving a most extecalve atock of Fall and
Winter Good, of everv deserlntion and cf tha latest
styles, he has also engaged the services 01 a New tors
Cutter, whose reputation is beyond dispute.
Sept. S-lm. can
CLIFTON & ABBOTT
HAVfc jut received from the Eastern Cities, a verv tares
assortment of CLOTllii. CAlUKRkM ANIi VIST
1NGS, chosen with the greatest c re by Mr IJarvey, whose
superior last has enabled us to bring out by far, the mon
oeaotitul stock of Piece Ooods we have ever oilere' In
nasiiviile. All made up to order under tbe superinten
dence of the well known Uarvey.
Nashville, Sept. 1, 1SS7
JUEUCI I ANT TAILOHLG
Tio. 7, Cedar .Street,
HAVE received iheir St ek of FALL ASO WINTER
GlK't)i; con pri lug Cli tl.i, tat.iuiere-, Veatiug.,
and a gtnerai aartmeui cf .rtit tueu'a rurnUhing
Ooods, aod will be ( leased to Wi.it upon their old IricaUs
and iha public generally. sept ti lm
w. rsutirs. wm. oiaooa. a. toa. t. aixoa.ii.
C. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS &. CO.,
COMMISSION IVj ER CHAN 1 S
11. HOrPEaR&s CO.,
M UOLKSALK ASD RSTAIL
AND MSLIRS l!f
L.Uuovs ami VroAuce,
HO. 61, COLLEGE STBEET,
N A II V I L E i: . TENNESSEE.
U. . isTLrrr. . c. n'rx aa. J J.s'tj.
BAETLETT, M'COIIB & CO.,
K0. 25 Li-VEZ 60 COasMJEBCIAL ET
MIM'LOL'b.MO. Ejr- Livecai cah ad sautes made on Consignment,
ass sa to i -
W. H.OORlA).V A CO., S1. P. fcKraK, E;Q.,
Jly Ki-am. haahvii;, Teca.
FOREIGN AND UOIIESTIC
rotiUT kkCLtClVILT AT
AUG O 3XT ,
?. 1 Ai 3 Ilatnta. s,, belwtw ysarhen
Pctwcea freeoaa aal Thirt at.
I'UIEAOI 1.1211, IA
10UN U. ( AUSO
r. i.oi it, $t a.
WHO C. lit.VLT, Cuia.
Uuarea, aHir Kaat ef r.4arts; A. ifsait-Tu.
aa A u.; In. vsoiu. ' .
w wi, (urr A Co., rt. Luiis
ca.uii ot Ka.hui
(ui n have aa ortaa r of
f..r tbe wici.f, , ,?i,U.tws i t6 adfai.J
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' " HAwa.l3aa.at t. tit. Coal c&..!iuk,t:..
t Mtlsii JUiiruaJ 1!,:..
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- 1 -
BY THE NATIONAL LINE. -
Reports Furnisked by the Associated Press.
Bostos, Sept. 23. The Soffolit bank redeems
country , New. England bills when coming .frpfn
other banks; but itjig imposaibla to redeem for io
oividuais becan-e the cierks can't do the business.
Tbe country banks are well protected and retain,
Norfolk,". Vs., Sept. 28. ipprehf nsiorj ia felt
of a run by foreigo bankers to-morrow; but the
banka are prepared to meet iu
Baltimobb, Sept. 28. There is.no material
change in money matteis. The B-iuks io some in
eUr.ces redeemed five dollar rotes ia specie at A
premium 0f 1 to 10 per cent., . :
rHii.ADSi.p0iA, Sept. 28. The Govrrnor has
called od the Assembly together on tbe 6th of Oc
tober to take aetion on ihe susp-osion of tbe banks. '
Eichmosd, Ti., Sept. 8 Our banks have de
termined not to suspend, and refuee to receive on
deposit bills oa suspended Virginia banks. Tbe
Monticello bank of Charlottavillei has suspended.
The banka west of Lyuchburg aro reported sus
Nw York. Sent. 28. Abbott. Dodse & Co.. a
Southern flour house baa sui-pended.
Providbsck, Sept. 28. Tbe Banks of tha city
have resolved to suspend. Their liabilities are not
over a quarter of their capital.
Tkimtos, N. J.,Sept, 28 The New Jersey banks
nave resolved to continue specie payments.
AuGUeTA, Ga., Sept. 28. The banks of Geor
gia aud North and South Carolina entertain no idea
of suspension. . " '
Philadelphia, Sepf. 28 The banks agreed to
restore the: Pennsylvania bink to its position and
receive its notes and discount liberally for custo
mers. - -
Louisvillk, Sept. 29 A fire occurred this mor
ning on Third street, destroying the stocks of B.
Muaselman & Co., fl. H. Forsyth, Smith ic Bro.,
Branders & Crawford, II. B. Clifford, and Pat ton Si
McCu.'lom. Total loss $50,000 insured lor f 30,
600 in foreign offices.
Tbe banks here are sound, with no intention of
suspending. Money very stringeut, but slightly
easier to-day. ...
Ft Louis, Sept. 29. Bogy, Milteoberger & Co.,
bankeri", have closed. Their assets are ample.
Cards are published, signed by a lare uumber of
the weal.hiest citizsps, juarai. teeing the solvency
of Lucas ii Co. and Keuick Si Peterpon, and as
suring depositors of the safety of their depositee.
The money mark-t ia unsettled. Tbera is a gen
eral run on tbe brokers. The banks are firm and
Pittsbdro, Sept. 28. The bank panic has sub
Philadslphu, Sept. 29. The Presidents of the
various banks tiuve decided lo suspend specie pay
ments on all notes, but wiil promptly issue su.ail
notes for ciitcks agtiuot ttuir iucr-jase discounts to
Washington, Sept. 29. The Comrnkgionfr of
Patents is eeu ling out circulars with the view of ss
certaining the amount aud cost of cotton couBumed
iu the United States during the past fiscal year. -
St. Locis, S pt. 29. The Santa Fee mail has ar
rived. N. ws uitimp irunt.
Col. Johueon, commander of tbe Utah expedition,
left Leavenworth last Thursday.
The B inkers have met the run to-day and confi
dence is restored 'i he excitement baa subsided.
It is thought that Bosy, Miltenrerr & Co., will
re-op-n to-morrow. The assets of Anderson t Co.,
and Darby Sz Barksdale largely exceed their habili
ties. It is presumed they will resume soon.
Chicago Sept. 29. E. J. Tinkham L Co., bank
ers, have suspended. There ia no rua ou other
Philadelphia, S pt. 29 The State Fairop-n-ed
to-day. The attendance ia large aud tbe exhi
bition attractive. . -t
In the United States District Court in the case of
Major Key nobis, charged with defalcation to the
amount of $130,000, the Jury returned a verdict
that the Government owe s the defendant four hun
dred and thirty dollars and eighty-five cents. Pres
ident Pierce dismissed ReyuoUa from service. lie
will probably be reinstated.
Albant, Sept. 29. The run on the Savings
banka has s nbbided. The cold drawn out veelerdav
ia being returned to-day.
Trenton, N. J., Sept. 29. The banks of Burl
ington, Camden, Cumberland, and S Jem, are re
ported f..iled. The Eastern New Jersey t anks will
hold on till the New York city banks su-pend.
New York, Sept. 25) The money market la
more cheerful in consequence of the banks pro
posing to extend loans to the amount of several
millions of dollars. No large failures to-day. , Ex
New York, Sept, 29. Cotton sales S00 bales.
Flour dec iineo; Stale 10 cents, Southern 80 cents."
Wneat 1 lSil 20 for White; 1 10 for red.. Corn
and sugar heavy. 1'rovigions dull.' Lard 14.
Bacon 14'14g. liana Hall Linseed oil 70
IS. ' -
New Orleans, Sept. 29, Cotton No sales.
The market is at a dead stand on accouut of the itu
pscticability of passing exchange. Purchases
rould be made at a marked decline. Flour lower.
Corn 65. Exchange nominal. ' Money tiubt: but
no fears are expressed coneer.ilng banks.
New York, Sr-pf. 29 Nicholas won the fonr
mile race. Time 7.45 and 7.47. Charleston did
Wasri.ngton, Sept. 29. Col. Emory, United
States Commissioner for running the Mexican boun
dary, baa turned over to the Interior Department
maps and official papers of that work. The Mex
ican Cotnmlssiouer and Corps leave ibis week for
for receivers at Land OIBces:
Thos. Sargent, at Fort' Dodge, and J. D. Evaus, at
Nkw York, Sept. 29 The Bank Presidents
recommend an extension in thir discount line lor
the coming week, of three million dolhrs.
Arrived, steamer Q iaker City from Havana; bark
Anugoui.-t fii in Buenos Ayrea.
Beidoktos, N. J., S pt. 29. Tbe Cumberland
Bark has not failed a reports I.
ALL K WIKTKU
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CaTs!
B. R. C UTTER,
So. S6 ft 9. Corner cf College ard Broadway,
.v AMI VILLI:, a'ENN.
HAS received his atock ol Ht)OTi, 8Buk, tf ATS, as
T.l'KH. tor ih FaU aod W inter Ira Je, cotusUDf
In part ac ft U w, vis :
ForLut!it, 3IIars and Cliildreu.
Ladies fins K Id and ilo, boot es, thin and thick idle, with
plain and trlm-ned:
siJa aod frost laced, with'
" Lasllog efa.ters,
Kid - Bakine and K reel lies;
aad Mo. rl tmari and Hon
atd rinll. Lasting U. iters an i
Child. Sn Kid and Mv. thicl acd Pamp Bole;
: .aey - " Bouts aod II pin; -W
ooieo's extra sis Kid hoof bu. kit., ao;
" Mo. - and
fcrvaoU' heavy Calr, Kip aod M., extra tr,
1'or Ixfiitsuiid lioft.
Cei U' fine Pegged and laeedBoo'a;
" " y alar proof
" Oir "
" " ' laL.Kid, aadBorksklaCoDg OtJUrs;
- 4 Oxwrdlie.;
LA m. . - . . . '
sroaa cu-ap enoee, puTp an i w, U;
b. k. ct rreaM,
No. 16 aad ii. eoracr tf Cell.-.-, and liraod..
- Atltllt Intel riiiL?ron'a
Il'li Calf BjoU, B.r,ge.:,d Oifxd Ties;
Metes' huva' and Vea.l.a' Cu.r.e kirge a4 Boots, of
ths beat o.Uuh.y aad extra sia.s, made prsiy tn ordtr,
fors.rvioo, fcy ii. ti. cLTTlLat.
Hats nd Capi far Ilea, Loji asd Chil
' " drca.
rtECVlVED direct ftwa V Bvaffetcr1e, all the Jt
t.tlk of rlia.Ld tViKi. tl Mttin. ....
Of the A..-.I Cwlmer e,ft fur ii.ix, ci all qaliuef. aim
a fail aaeorswret of eseti's aod Meol uats. Wi I fee
"kl on th aiiwi raoo.l ia Ktu lor eah, tt p.. j
(UaJrs. ti. Jt. CLTTiS,
a.aal 53, eoraer ef Ensadway an4 Ca i.
nnn ,ttT kBd.t ah .:.e fr0 ,8
J.JKJV licr.rs wile, Aa extra f j we
Leaiaer, aU f wbic 1 r, i me :;.r,i;-.a f '! ji,ttif.
aid fcrfc.,o a. to Ihe afcor art cl t, ahivd w H be m.i M
tha br,t u-.ai, furcjja.aty,, 61 a4 t, o-mrt of
wy to C 4 ej s.reet.
J?l.i- b.jr. cr it? 3. -
n s ? E. iMrfiitH Wiia rn tn suf8, Jj. W. J j .a
f tt mtW tra c H .,!,... .
tisWf-l h SB r.ta. S5i ,. . ..
- '" r - "it fcer4tr're t - t'o i
f. . 13 l.-.s.i k . .. . ' K
WtlUU. H!t, la.
EtatkSf la -
Ural V.stiieVrAi;roes ae.
WIS! ,y I
ff I k'shett frtee . t;ki mm
. o w. i as.? eveijftt;y ,n !.r.;j t.
t'.i vital cf L, ;,.y 4 j.j ,
v. . . ... ... . .......
NliW MUSIC STORE.
frpil . .,.t -.
CD. BEIJSOIJ & BRO.
WBOUSALB AXO BIT AIL DSlfcKKS AU.I1SDS Of
Insical Mercian disc, .Piano Fortes,
FROM the celebrated manufactory of Grow A Chris to
pher, N. V., and the best Aieioioo now used in tbe
United States, manufac urtd b George Prince A Ci.
. Attention f the public is called to c ur Urge eataloeue of
the latest publication of Muic, Music Hoots and Infrac
tors of all kinds. Also, enr fine stock of Guitars, Violins,
Vioiincellas, and Bar) j Strmps In f c , every Lh ng in tha
M-Lis;cillnuument line can befout-d at
P. 8. All kinds of Mnaicil Instrument repaired at No.
20 Union street, first door from Col e :e.
W rrspectfa lv invite stna'l countrj rfesl- ri. Teachers
and Fchoola, to give us a tail beore pu e laaing elsewhere.
McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOON,
OP those Jutfly celebrated Pianos, or 'Stein way A Son,
A. U. -ale at Co., and Soebfaeicr A South, of Mew
York, to which the attention of purchasers is invited.
AUo, the largest assortment of Sleet Music, Music
Bookr, Violins, Accordeons, flutes, Clareonet a, Fiageo
le ts, lrums, ml Kar.jja, alt of which will be sold at ths
lowest rates. It foa wish a bargain and tie bent Musical
Instrument, call at (the cli Aiu.ieal Store,) No 8), I nion
street. J viita A. McOUJRK. ,
N. E. I have every sise and pattern of Mclodeons, man
ufactured by Carhart, Needhaia A t'o.. New York .which I
tell at their reUU pr.cea. Also, a large assortment of
leather Dusters. - . - J. A. M.
CITY CLOTUIXG SntTOUlL!
NEW ARRIVAL OF .
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
M. SUL2B ACHER , 7
I AYS Just reclved a lnree and extensive Stock of
ai fSLl, Wl.MtS UOODd. We can fill all orders
for Clothloir on the shortest notice, at prices that will suit
Our stock of HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, is now com
D'eie, both for tientlemen's and ols wear, and weconn
denuy believe that we can give general satisfaction to ail
woo win give ns a call.
teptlS 2m. M. f UL2BACHKE, Agt.
R0YSE & ELVEES0N,
- READY-MADE CLOTHING
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
AKS bow receiving and opening at their Store, No ,
Soath side Public Square, a very large and entirely
new stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Purnishior Goods,
and a good stock Preach Cloths, CaMir.eres an i Vestings.
which we will make up to order and warrant to mil or no
tale. Most of our stock of Readymade Clothing we can
safely recommend it as be.ng free from tbe usual objection
of astern made Cluthing. Our fctoca eontis s in part ol
trie following artklec:
Prench Cluihs A Casslmeres; Morino TndershlrU A Draws
Velvet, Plush Vesting and Ad Wool Undershirts: '
vta; ttlea js Bro. Canton Flannel
Black and fancy Grenidlaei.; Draws and Shirts;
Over Coats; Woolen A Chene Comfort;
Muscovy Beaver Eaglandp; Ml L'nd rhirts;
Royal Bultand i ircular;; Col'd thii tsand Collar1;
Krenehand Lngli'h Beaver; Italian lravu andScarfj;
Greek Eacka and Talmas; to.ti' atd Youth'Shi rU;
Dress S't Froca Coats; Mtn.' pttieoted 8hou'der
rporwinen-s coats; Keamhhiit;
A large Stock of Pan s; Emt. and Marseiles Shirts;
Boys' Overcoats, Shirt Collars;
Boyt' Froca Coats A Ja:kets;Linen Camb. and Poaga
O'hee snj Business Coats; W'ry;
Neca Ties, Gloves acd Sus- Shirt Boom;
Pn;,e; X Uose and Umbrellas;
We leel that with our lonj experisoce aud fact iiiea w
en)oy, we have succeeded in bnngng an assortment of
good?, whtcft cannot tail to pleafe as regards styles and
prces. We invite the attention ol nontumers, aod wiU
engage to give sati faction to all who may lavor us with an
examination ol our Stock. ROVeE A kLVEKSON,
Nashville, Sept 15. No, 3 , South sidd Public Square.
Valuable Farm For Sale.
I'TJE tract of Land, suiroucdiug the Bellefont
Depot, on the Memphis Cb .i teuton Railroad, ".'"il
is offered for sale. I' contains about tin) acres ati.y
from 150 to 2l cleared the bilacce beavely Uio
bered.' There is a eood
fortabie Residence, good outhouses, Ac ao , on the place.
Any per ton wishing to pcrchase land aould Co well toex-
amine tbe advantcges j otea by the location of this
tract. It possesses a good cattle -aDge.
Term liberal. If not sold privately before Toerday, the
20th of October next, it U ou that day be sold on the
premises to the highest bidder
At tbe same 'I ue will be sold th Bogs, Cattle. Corn,
Oaia. Farming Uteoails, 4c.
September 8, 16-M-lm J.I.SAMPLX.
Refer to W. T. Sample, at th store of A. J. Duncan A Co .
Knoavllla Whig pubUhone month, and send bill to this
A. JOHNSON & CO.,
;8T CASOXPZST STiSST,
BeP'- NEW OK LEANS.
JOHN K AM AGE,
NO. 42, OEEEE STHEET,
HAS JCST RECEIVED - - - . -
be tits flos Patent Leather Congress Gaiters,
."''i' " " Oxford Ties
" Eap'r stitched Cloth Congress Gaiter,
" " Lasting Tie and do , do
' sewed Oalf do do
do d. Oxford Ties,
Pomp f ola C if rres Boots.
Calf sew'd and peg'd BooU of varlou styles.
TRVjuKS! NAE1SES!! ItONNET A! OX EST.!
ALSO a few EnitHsh Sol Leather Trunks,
do do do do Bdif gy Trunks, '
Lad es large tire Dress Trunks,
. A lanrs assortment rf cheap Plack and Fair
LEATHEit TKUNKS, all .ies.
A variety of fin Sol Leather A-hland Tallies,
do do do Plain uo.
Also a varied st.k f rhesp I eather Valine.
Supernn latent Leather Bonnet Boxes,
do - Sole fo do do
Black and Fair do do do
All of which ar offered Cheap for CiuJi.
Sept. 8, ls7-
SNYDER & rillZZELL,
A now preparid to exhibit soir.o very handsome
u. a. rnoes, notti tor Ladte and Gentlemen, to-wiu
Ladles' heel DaiUrs, (ol every stjle aod quality;)
flippers, (handsom trioinilng:)
" Kid Boot;
" ' Pic Toilet and Kid fllpaors;
Goat and Kid fcoou, with and w!tbowt beels:
M iaees' tlipters, m
Children's Ankle Ties and id Bj ots:
Genu Calf Oxford Ties:
Coogres baiter, stitched and doable Bolt;
A f .SO,
Ladlo." Pin Travelling Pol Leather Trunks:
tirnu' " m ..
Also, Tall . of sverv variet. r.nt xt. B.ix-ta
inry wouiu c.u Ui aitentiou of buyer
to th above, . u.ey air of lb latest styles and of th
. Hu..jii)inii njanuiactsr.
cali bt No. HI, Public Q4ar.
tept IA. 1S7. ENTDFR A falZZJLL.
HOUSE I lUMSMSG lliKDWAHE
PIC0T "& SP0TWELL,
JV. C3 itiRldrti l ane, York,
laroavsr aso saaaa or
CCTLERT, PENDtRS, TEA TRaTS. riRS IKOS3,
NtUanJ tNAMll.il) I.OLLOW WAdii,
nvc.-in ii.-jr.a wsttL.
A!?DI RONei, kRT P.tM,COAI. HODS.
fUMJUtU JAPAN l fLATkl) A LIU 1AMA
Juljll-4n. a U MaiJen Lace, New York
a. r. auacautr.
a. a. aaacaag
KI-NCII1.EY & SANCHEZ.
Produce and Conimission Merchants
ASX UEaLEPJ IS
COIU;, T7ILEAT, EACOir, rLOUE, -OATS,
No. T. "Warren IJIocIi, Angusla, Ga.
CT Pankklar autnuun f lva to th sa c cf ail coa.
tisTBmcnts. myl3 i:9
i , Wheat ack$.
IX f fff WHS? SACS8 oahsndandfAT sal
J)i 11 9 b (j)fej i. u. iicsev.
'I 'HIS is th farnrab'e time to buili yov C:tr-BS.
a. baasT cisTasa Situ- a, m ut U fcCATt , la Dow 13
tfcl; City, Id 4 prepared lo tJii feia of ait ies, AppV
catmoa tt!4e by n-jte, or o'berwta, to ii, ti. Keci. will
recti prouijit aUetBUua. Ijan.J tf - -
o. varra. . r. crrsni. eao. j. kv
smith; ciLTiiim: &. t o.,
: I : A Mi . .. .
1 1 r
ri.uu.1 r. w i-v. -an.
VfltCiZMA A. TI .NSlNStL 1CII1CCO.
X. tCl llAia ft- P:tca tersa ae4 TLif i,
LOCliTILi-E, E? .
f ? w!nl r.J 1 ?rr :
K!.. -i WaJ a ur:
ft ,1 iu r.' rta ia I ,b, fcasj
ca.tw fcw Vi .. j i4 ?
t, A. "
5-t ! , . IU,
4. fi .v
a., c tt
rT- "r p. tt.
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Ciiiir-.u:;'a ftsd Ions-ardi
a tnuu ta
se-a Mrtet, .-t 1 1: t l.c t i, t .
HEAL 'ESTATE SALES.
store iiorsn foii sale,
On liroiaa Sti eet 2u& door ffroiu Collesre.
A s a'w offer! g tor sal's cheap, that valoa-A
v i Die -tore House, si'u&ted on liroad s., and;
from Collere street, l'his is a desirab:e buitness
taBd.aod well adapted tt bnsiuess of any description.
It wjii pay io pr cent npo the purchase money. Come
q iick or yea wiil lose a bargain, Por part:ciUrs enquire
of It B, GLABO.CK, Agent,
t2t- Wo e 7 Cherry street.
Valuable Tract of land
fS PRIDAY, 20tb OP NOVEMBER, 1SIT, I wiU ofTer
THE T2ACT OF LAND,
on which I reside, containing 350 Acrrs. The I.nd
lies I) nules west of GcKidletavhle, with a mood read e t
otbe turnpike. About 60 acre are cleared, that balance
IW Um,i?er- Nah'"e and Henderson Eailroa.l,
which will soin be in operaucn, will have a depot in Good!
Eir k iB We" wlereJ. nd adapted
1 fitiTp. U f,f; -e frass- An,, en,on khing to utake
. k F m' wlil floa u we su'ted in soil and posit.on to
annrnber of nerer tailing Sprinirs, It iseapa
We af beinr divided int. . ,. i . "L ,'
folloms: " w . "
vne T-actof SO acres 80 acres clearsd.
One Tract of Bd acres 80 acres cleared.
Une Trsct of about 70 acres,
(me Tract ol about 45 seres.
One Tract or about tfu acres!
One Trait of about 75 acres, with 1b. l..tt;n. .nri i
provements . .
I will sell the land .11 . i .
K1renRAivTIers,0.1di:irK 'f formation, mav apply to
r7" WKA-' to the subscriber on the premise.
Persons desiring to purchase privately, may apply at
any time belore the day of sale. 'rr
nans: une third in hand: th.h.l.rw. I a .
years, with icterwt from date, and a hen retained on the
nwuw CUiZ.'l i i LIS - I. I
. B. WOOLFOLK.
NO TAXES! !VO TAXES!
BUSINESS AKD EESIDZNCE KOUSES F0S 8 AXE.
I" HAVE lor sale a fine business house, situated on Cher-A-
ry it, beyond Broad, at present owned and occupied
by w. Ryman, aa aOroceryand Provision Store, and is
one of the best stands South or Broad street. The lot
fronts To feet, and runs back 196 feet to an alley. There
Is al o a comfortable residence on the same tot, indepen
dent of the Stor Room, ail in good repair. This proper.
y is ire from taxation. We will give a bargain in this
property, if application be made ptivately, until the 8 h
day of October next, and if not disposed of at that time
will b roll to the highest bidder, on the premise For
terms, Ao , apply to E. Ji. GLAFO iCK. Agent,
Sept ia-td No. 67, Cherry tret.
JIOCSK AND EOT t oil SAEE.
VTE are offering for sale, privately, a two story ft
VV brick house, situated on Cherry street, South I
Nashville. Tbe house contains six rooms ia ,h
main building, besides kitchen, servants' room, carr age
house, stsble, e, ail in goodorder. The lot lronts TO feet,
and runs back 143 feet to an alley. We will giv a bargain
in this property If application is made soon. It Is situated
in a thriving portion of the city. For particular erq iire
of . . B. GLASCOCK. Agent,
"gl2. No. 67, Cherry street.
We have, also, for sale Lot No, 17, 13, 19, 20 and 21 .in
IJncoli s plan of lots, upon which is a frame dwelling
house. These lot will be sold to suit nnrehuen. o. ex
changed for country property, or good mules, atlair vai-
uni'iu. n c win give a uargain.
ALM(, Lot No. 8, in Houston's, Humphrey's and Martin's
sddiiinn to Nashville, fronting the Railroad bepot. This
lot is 48 feet front on Franklin street, and 150 feet deep to
an alley. If you want a bargain, now is your time.
. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
uKli. No. 67, Cherry street.
MOUSE AND L IT FOIt SAEE.
I AM offering for f ale. privately, a House and lot,
situated on Broad street, a few doara ) Him.
mer; fronting SiWfeet on Broad, ranniua back 163i,
feet to ao alley, 'ihe house contains I rooms in the main
building, with Ki'chen, bath-hou e. smoke-house, Ac We
will give a bargain in th above t rover t v. and our terms
ha lbeeasy. E. R. G LAhCO' K, Agent,
Juneld. No. 6 7, Cherry at.
IIOIM: AND EOT FOU SAEE.
I HAVE a beautiful House and Lot on Craafcrd , ,
street, all iu good order, which 1 am instructed
f ft ...It lu.iinv.N Tt.i tn . . . , v 1. i
. j . w - j . .mvc.u " " . v. . tivuC) uie.u,.
would do well to call on n.e soon. If not aold witnina fai
days privately, it will be oBered at public auction.
. a- GLASCOCK, Agent,
J"el9- No.7 Cherry st,'
AVALFABLE House and Lot on Church t.,
frouting 81 feet on said street, running back
150, ft. or tl feet, and 165 deep, witb a tronlof IS ft
on Spruce street. ThU is a valuable piece of prop
erty, and located In the finest neighborhood in th
and witl be sold on liberal terms. Fnquire of
E. R. ULASCOCK. Agent,
iunel2. ro. 67 Cherry t,
T OT8 No. 61, S2, 9 and 100, In Preston Hay' ddi-
M.J tion to fiarhville, fronting I
b4 feet on Polk street, run-
ning back 16u feet.
A bargain will be given in these lots.
A TWO STORY PRICK, containing 6 or T rooms. Th
lot fronting 09)4 feet, and running back 107 feet toss
alley. This is very desirable property, and situated a
short distance trom the residence of Mr. Bilbo. Wt will
give a bargain in ihls property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
McLemore street 150 feet
AUof the above property Is located in thriving portions
of the City, an d person desirous of makiny porchaso at
a bargain, will call on E. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
JunelH. o. 67, Cherry st.
Fine Stocic Fri
AT PUBLIC SALK.
Lying in the county of Warren, immediately
on the Stage Jload leading from JJvrfreea
boro to AlcMinntille, 9 from the
hitter liee, and within 7 mile of
the Manchester and J'cAlinn
ON TU ESDAY, OC I OIJEK 27th, 1S3T,
I wl'l offer for sale, on the premises, to th Mgheat blddar,
about 7UOO Acre.of excellent Undi in Warren ooana'.
They are gently ou ulaticg, and th portion not cleared
stud ied with flue oak, poplar, hickory, walnut, and other
deciiptlnns of timber, producing uiat in abandanca
Charley's creek, an nnfaiiing stream, furnishing aoabuo
daoc of water, rens tbrcub tbe ceutre of them, acd
therr are. In addition, twenty fine Springs scattered
through them. The soil is well adapted to the cultivation
of Corn, Wheat, Oats, all th (mail grains, and dotne.tio
grasses, aod wiil compare favorably with tb best Warren
eour.ty laods Producing grass spontaneously. In abua -ance,
there is no I ettrr range fur cattle and sheep in the
fctAle. A portion of the lauds ar improved, there being
some eight or ten cultlvatod farms, with cottages, apn tb
tract. Independent of tha beautiful reide-io of sir. Gta.
e ck. lb whole body of them ha?, however, been
recently snrveyed ai d laid on ia small tracts, containing
irom lou to ivju acres, ana fronting cn a public road. Ia
point of society the location haa many advantages;
charche, school-, asd mills are convenient, and tha Man
chester and kicMiunvllle pailroad, which I but seven
miles di-tant, tfljr i an outlet to market. Thstowo of
McUinoville, the on nty sear, ts but nine miles off, near
which It ia telieved the great bouthcrn University, to be
established uuder tbe au.pieea of the rl.jiacocal church.
will be kK-all; thus enhancing the value cf all the land
In th neigl.borbood. Th celebrated waterier plaoe.
Beersheba, is bo t 'i.t mi'rs di-tant. The healttfuloea of
this portion of Middle Tenuesee Is procrl ial, it li tb
Bamtntr retreat U tiun.bers of pe'sons from the eoata.
This sal will sffjrd aa unusually fin cpportonlty to
hose dtntrous of purchasing Bloc fart, a. iu oa of tb
best sec ions of the Male, and tt is hoped ihat allsnch, as
well as tho who may wtfc merely to obtain a plar of
refuge from th beats of summer. w ill txaaiss these
A free Barbecue wiil bo prepared at tha Bis: Sprier.
head of t harlc'a Creek, for th accommodation of all who
1 aa or Fat.-One, two, aod three year credft, for
notes with approved security, and a Ilea retained.
Persocs dt tit roe further Information, will addrca CaCX).
(ilasrocki Mt JltniiV:lle, Tsnn.t cr.
K. K. iL4.SCOCK, Agent,
fept!2. No. 7 Cherry t Naahvitle.Tsnn.
HAVANA PLAN LOTfEUY!
Favorite Odd and Erca Scheme.
SICSE THAH 1 PRIZE TO EVTSY 2 TICKETS.
.15, 1ST PltlXES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
TlcLrts ft; Ilalrra tl Quarters fl.
Let thoc buy sew who sever bought before,
Aod lutwe who always bought auy tb mor.
PRIZES PATAELE WIT210I7T VZDVCnQS,
To be drawn every Saturday ia Septeia
ttx and Octooer, 1357.
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?an ('ts t soa .tJ rr.is takea al par. Cckt a
Nee Vurs rauui(erci:fc A i jrae otd.r for Tictels
er Cetu5ca: of P-a.- at T. e ta
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Orders for ficaeta aU;ed loT.fi. AULUiniS.
Svl H. - ""--I, .'tliil.i.i, fetsa, Wi.i be ruci ily alieauti
la- IMiluUi A aui, autt(;a.
fjt. 10. M at ecu e, Ua-
Koyai Havana Lottery.
Iie Best ar-3'.etry drswinj of ti Royal Baraa
A. Lottrry, Mt-li, le .1 ty C r;.r..jk Un tnett, a.
4- r tie suri4 us of tie Ci ija urirtU of C.ba, su
Wlc ; at U-va&a,ca
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A Jt t b 'isii . : l t-s t-a i ts ri.;t aii
t' '-. v-. 3 .-'c .!!! 1"-.' f R.--.:-r'.;rt 1.
A J-0 cn Cnerry street. South N-Bhville, Bea- th
lUpu'ji Cbuecb, on which there is as aall frane Ta .
tment. 1L let (ronta 7fl (rat. la l.sil I i ri.n Ar,,.). n
"p"3- A. V. S. LlNDv-LLV.
Rnttdre nrnn. rty f r K - p.n'.l fir-ltl A-.
rv,lS59. l'osiesaioa siven in. mediatelv. Ar.i.W ta
A. V. 8 LlVISLkT.
'Fl? ''"d'ome Lots in EJge3ld. on Woodland
a J r. 001 6J fc,t each.aad ar 17 Kel d
A, V. S.UXDSLtr.
A Valuable Business Lot for Sale.
fAM now cflering for sa'.e that val .able Lot on Market
Mreet adioining the at re of Mo.ria A Mathews Thw
Lot fior.ti 52 feet on Market and runs back iJ feet to
wards Front ttre t.
It wonld muke cne rf Ue best stands for a whcle-al
Grocery Store ia the city. For tera-.s apply to
sept'-O. A. V. 8 LlwDstFY.
A Neat Dwelling House hr Sale.
SITUATED in Edgefield, on the OalUUa Turnpike. For
further particulars apply to
septll. A. V. S. LTNDSLEY.
THAT valuable Dwefilrg at the corner of Cedar and
Summer street. The lot fronts 5 feet. The Dwell
ing b large acd commodious, and t&ere is a fine office oa
tbe lot. It is on of the most desirable locations in tba
city. Apply to
septic. A. V. 5. 1INPST FV.
Valuable Business Lot at Public Sale.
"VN THrKSQAT THK tT fl Of!TfBVR KWT ! 11
o'clock, A M., on tbe premiff A, 1 will sell thai val aa bio
Lot at the corner of Front aod Clark streets, adjoining tbw
ware house of H. 8. French A ion. Th Lot fronts StO feet
on Front street and CO on C.ark.
turns : A credit of cne, two and three years, for note
payable ia Bank, bearing interest, satisfactorily endorsed
and a hen retained. A. V. 8. LlNUeLEV.
K. K. Olascocc, Auctioneer. avg2t.
Valuable Free-Soil Lot for Sale.
I AM now oflering for sale a valuable Building Lot on
Spruce street, near the corner of Broad. The lot front
aixty-aix feet on Spruce, is one hundred and fifty fcet deep.
im a coaveuient ai.ey in me rear.
This property is exeunt from taxes far t8 sears from lit
January next. This exemption is oi more value than ia
Usually accorded to it, a not only the grounds ha all im
provements eie.'ted thereon, but free from taxes. Tka
taving in the item cf taseswill mo than pay for tha
ground and all Improvements. This lot is also situated ia
a part or me c ty that is now being rapidly rilled up wish,
fine dwellings aod orivste lesideocea. Terms reamiuabl.
Apply to JuljSO. A.V.S. USiiaLEV.
Oft' THIS IItO;ni SSIVE ACE,
AM now ofTering for sale at low figures, twenty Build
ing Lots in tbe eighth Ward of Nahville, on such
i terms that any on can procure himself a complete and
convenient home. Tbe lot front th Murfroesboro Turn.
pike, on W harf. Franklin and Maple streets, and ar ad
' mirably situated for private restdenrea.
Claiborne's Ornnibusaes have completely revolutionised
f -inisparcoi ice city, wiiicn witt other Improvements cow
oeiug mauc, men ai trie extension or Ua. and water in
that direction wiil add gctiy to th valu oi thia prop
erty. 1 he terms arj such as will allow each onrchaser irorae dl
ately to put up bis buildings, as the purchase money will
uuh vm rriun eu iinui toe oto oi January tes, t ne tntereas
jnly to be paid annually until that litre. Call aooa on
July 9 tf. A. V. S. LI SI f LIT.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
AM now oOerlog for sale, on raonable terms, th
House and Lot at the corner of Broad and ktgh sts
formerly owned by the late Martin Nw. Apil. to
A.V. H. LINDfi-KT,
Jul. 88 College street.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
JAM offering for sale a most desirable residence oo Bum
mer street, in the 7lh Ward. Ihe Lot fronts Si fret by
170. The House ia new and ueat,eontainso rooms, kitchen,
servants room, smcke house, dairy and stabl. The ta
has just been carried in from of this Lot. I know It to b
a bargain. Apply to A. V. 6. LlMM-l'V,
Juneau. 83 College street.
! A SLAT IILMDLM'li I!V LUULI ILLU
IS now oflered for sale at a bargain. Th LotrX
fronts ti leet on Woodland street and 170 on
Mlnick. Tie Hous contains four good roomr, giwdj.wi
cittern, ao. Ihe bouse ia new, built cf brick and U
situation on of th beat la kdjieSeld. W ill be sold low.
Apply to A. V.H. LINDfcLkY,
UEe'.8. - J3 College street.
THE CHEAPEST PE0PETY.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
Am now offerlrg at a (Treat sacrifice, that vxluabl
Pproperty, on College Hill, immediately opposite tha
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. Troort. Tb
lot fronts sixty feet oo Market Street, with the aame front oa
College. Tha Mouse U large and tommodioua, and tha
whole, at the price I ofler it ia a sreat Bargain.
CUibornr' omnibus has practically moved College H lit
right ino the Public fquare, and aoy one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business would do well lo look at this
propety. Callou A.V.8. Ll.NDSLhY.
Apr.i0,57 ' 0.
A LOT In Pouth Nashville oo College street, beyond tb
Medical College, fiontiug 60 feet, being the Lot
which Hives' Carpenter tihop formerly stood. Por sal
cheap. Apply to A. V. K. LINDLkY,
marcn-jo ss coiieg street,
' tOMl SAEE.
AVABUABLt LOTInBcuth Na.hvll'.e, corner of Sum
mer and Oak streets, fronting 1'iO feet oa Pumroe t
street and 170 on Oak street- Will be sold a a bargain.
Thoftas is now being carried up in front of this Lot.
Adplyio A. V. B. Ll.ND81.Ky,
march'.'O OS i Col lege street
it a ys ADDITJOX.
PCK5CANT to a decree of tbo Chancery Court, at
t larktville, In th case of Tho W. barktdale, anl
others, vs. Philander Priestly, A. V. B. Llndsley, and oth
ers, I shall on Monday, the 1'iUi ef Ocleher Drxt, at th
Court house, to Nashville, at o'clock, aell lo tbe hihct
bidder, th ree Lots In Hay's addition lo Nashville, a credit
of A, li and IS months for notes sau-lactonly secured,
bearing interest anil a lien relaiu&J.
A. V. 8. UND8LE1,
THE W.VTSOX SIO
ABOUT th )th day of Angus. 1S:, I was emploved
by Mesra. Watson, Wooater A Co., eompofed cf Wm.
C. Walson, Morris Knight, and eorge ii. Woostar, to
inanufaclare Pew-Ins Machines, which were kaowa as the
Watson Tea Polls r few lug Maahine." That thereatter I
reoeived a notice from ths counsel of O. B. Potter and N.
Wheeler, mentioned In th annexed copy of irjunclion,
informing m that thrie Machine were aa infringement
upon Letter Patent which they owned, ard that sutia
would be to. Holed against me, unWs I should otherwiM
til wfth ihcra. This notice 1 hsnded lo Mr. Woour,
ou of my employers
I then made Investigations to aseertala thefaeu.and
found tbat said Macl mo, as I belieted, was ao infringe
ment of said Patent, aud I Informed said W ataoo that sucit
was my opittioa.
(ubreq .er.ily a suit wa eotBmeneed s rales t me by sa!J
Potter aod v heeler, and imm ilate y iberrafUr I so la
furmed Mr. Wataoa, aod requested kin to take charge of
the dtfenre of th same, and he refused to do so, aod I
then tuid htm that 1 would have aothing more to do with
il, and I theo owaix-d io make the Machines; and th In
land on, a copy of which la hereto annexed, was led
and served upon roe. JOli CiiASIS.
Katel New York, Kebruary Hth.lSiT.
lapretebceof MiLca B. Asuats.
I do bereft r certify ta at th abr italament, si bseribed
by me, ta correct aud true. JUCL CdAeK.
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA,
craarir couet op ms vxnzn states,
aacuae ciiii rr roa tss sncvuaaa iustsict or saw torn.
7h PriUfn4 ef IA V iUJ SStU 'tof Aru"l t- Jot
Casus, km A (lrnwt, a, Awtii, ajmtf, unJ N wiivt,
OHtt tilt A and ttiy ,
tt berets it bath been represented. I as In enr Circuit
Coart of lit Lotted States, forth Southern instinct cf
Msw Virs , tliuof as a Crt of Cviuity, to the ( art of Cr
lasdo U. Potter and KathaBtef H bwlir, eaaplticatts,
ibat they, U Mid Orlando at. I' alter ted Naihau.el Wi eel
sr. hate Uuly eahibited Ih.ir but ef eeeapUinat iriat
you, the s.J Joel CaavM, th defeoJaot, to be ret.eve4
touebmr Uu Iters thereio euotatoed. in which bid It it.
amoa- ulJ.er thloes, act forth, thai yvxt, tb said It-It nl.
aot, ere vlatic and threateBier to vwate eertaie es
eluMte rhis ajd privUeiaa vectedlo said eomj liant
r atira:uii, Biasing. . ! veotUBJ to olier to
be ased, certi.u iirproveaaei t ia evewtoj feiaebiacs, asd
that lha aciiuja aod doiLjftof yoo.the sail deleaJ.ai, ar
eoatrary to od nt4 et-aaicrjce; w. tlx re tore, la
cooperative f ih ptve.tsci, do al'icuy, and arilii tb
furit.cr orders el tr. 1 Court, eejcaa aod euistaacd yes. th
said Joel t base, and y-ar At-eraeya, tver tn:i, ead w t,ra
ram, aad sad erery ece ef theis, on ler tbe penalty
t-at may Uil Usreoo; tbai Joe, and .a of yoo, da Irate
beuo:ort-, alufetber, aAHiate!y aod oeul Uie further
erjcr ut aaait, deaut aed refrala frtMa directly er 1a
dtrwcUy,astuc;.r.f, saatuoi, worsinj, asinr, e iler, or
ptuo into pra.-tio. or overplus, tr u tn Ue eoun.cr.
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lo K to e;4 eoaiplaauu. and Tcr.'i, ciel, aad set
orih 10 eertaia L tiers Paucl of tbe l oilel Male. ,
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