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Friday Morning, October 2, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing tlie
Post Office better List.
Apprentices. Wanted at this office two b ts to
ea n the printing business. Boys from the country pre
ferred. Suspension In Baltimore.
It appears from the remarks of tbe Biltimore
Patriot of the 28th u!t., that the suspension of the
banks of that c'uy was Dot caused bj tbe want of
ability on their part to meet all the demands tipoti
them, but to prevent their coio from being drawn
out for PhiUnielpbia. Tbe Patriot aajs :
The eupension of fpecie payment yesterday by
t)e Philadelphia hanks and other bkiof? institu
tiot.a throughout Penn-ylvania rendered it certain
that pr. f'vn demand would be made upon the
Baltimore Bank for coin to-Jay, and hencefor
waid ttii't tiiey would be called upon to meet
drafta from Pi iUdtlphia and elsewhere, without
the pri. li-i. of an d qmle reciprocation. Tr.us
theo idd must have been ntirely against them
fpecie all jjoinir out and none coiiiing iu. An uo
iiecefSurv x.-itoni'-n', too. might hav sprung up
at hum , jirowint; ii.to a panic, the d 1 tetioua con-
q'l m 8 of which cou'd not be easily anliripited.
O.ir Bu kJ, lhT ore, b- ing in a condition of r -nark
bl 8 iuiidn-bn, an J having all along observed
tiie ii Oct jui ictjua anil lomuieu table inaDag. me Lit,
adopt'.-d Itl wi-ei plan of -uspeipling.
The mdtu r wh aci-owLl shed with .rear. ease and
unanimity. W . re-oM t e fa t itti pit asure that
no run w.,s m d. and uo eilraoi diuary excitement
pio p itjle So tl- tided and Uiltak'U was the
coiih iei.ci- of the i tire coiuiuunity in ttie p rli ct
solvency of ouriiMt.k , their ju'iicioua mating- uietit,
aim ut.ility io pj, ili..t ach p- rsou a. emed to feel
that it w-ia not oi.'y a pioleclion to theusilves in
(1;ii!u illy, ti ih. iiM-ic.iiiol aud business eotutnu
nitv jjenerally, t ut to thi- lnks, mm to our future
& in- ill p. o-perry, that -1. eheer'aliy acquieacid
in ih-r niv in. nt. S-'arcelv had trie I ct brcome
kno U.-li.rt- a mor.- clie-iful --sp el c uid tie ib
8 iv. i upon v. r ouiiC'ii .no.-, i vi 1. m y ippr.ba
tm,. tin- u.ove, winlrta general aenliuieut prevailed
1 1. . i I . c i-ia Wa- p 8L.
1 n. Bam or PtNstTLVAMi. Tbe Pl.il idil.diia
B'Jlttin, ot the 25th ult , aayn :
VVrregr. tlo hav.-to aniioutiC'- ttin temporary
HUp-"iiiiou of the Bii-k if Pennsylvania, in thi"
CUy. I hi has bt en cau-ed cblt li bv th fif 1 8
tl ttie bui.k to rti.-taiu (be t od.tnu'.itT Milium the
recent trjit.j; tun a It liberality io person in
nd ( iiioiy had ut l ng b compe.led it to sus
p nd for lime.
It wn Imp d that ti e polcv of the bai ka gen
erally hiving bnn to suuin tin tn-vlv 8, they
would a!.-o have acteii together and sustained one
another. We cuitiol but think that it oi.l J have
been wia-r il ih. y hud done so.
The lolLwmg is the ofSci.il announcement of ihe
Bank of Pkskstltama, )
PiiiLAiifcLPiu, S. pi 25, 157 J
Thia b il k, h ivm b. . io i p lied to umpoianly
aucp uo ap. i i. p.jm nt, th-- board ol direetoir
aure all p rro a hain-j claims against the bank,
wheth. r ol ci culitioi), depo-it or otiierwide, that
Uo load can po-eiiily oct-ur By ord r and oi be
half of the ooird ol director-.
HlOd aLLIBONE, Prco't.
Orffuiiization ut the Aew Hoard.
T-ie new B.i-trdof Mator and Aldermen met at
the City Hall yetuerday at 11 o'clock, A. M., and
organised, th oatii of oflic. being administered to
them by Mr. Iieetrler Ratrth. MyorMcEwkN
upon taking the chair, bri fly and appropriately ad
dressed the Board, after which a committee, con
sisting of Meni-rs. Uaile, Foj;' aud Fisher, was ap
pointed to fix the salaries of the officers of the cor
poration for the ensuing year. The rules sDd res
olutions of the former Board were adopted, aud
the Board then a journed to Thursday evening
n. X', 6 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Dekw ppear to-nigl t iu two piece?,
" The Irish A mU.ea idoi" aud the " Iri-h Emigrant "
These worthy stringers r cmt!y fill- d a successful
engagement in St. Louis, wher-- they made a de
cided impression, t iking iai k amongst the very first
actor and acires-ts in their peculiar 1 ne. Th'
m inaic. r of our tbi atre baa been mo-l fortunate in
Becuriug their services, and we fully expect to See
large audituces in attendance during their stay
The stork comp my will be to sustain the in
h indsomelv, and altogether, the public need fear no
di-mppoiutmeul. li the play got rs of Nashville de
sire a auecw-sion of good actors aud good aeih g
the btlance of the season, now is the lime to evinc
the fact, by turning out.
Fiait in LociviLLK. A fire oc-ued in Loiiic
Tille ou Tuesday inoiiiiiig Usf, de-noying J50.009
worth ol prop.riy, thu greater pri.ion ol whio
Fashion ablk BoNNkT-, lie. The attention of
our lady rra.di.-rH is directed to the adrerlis id ntnf
Mrs Howerton in an)tlr c lumn. We had h-
plea-ure yetterd-iy of exnmiu the assortment of
bonnet mid other ilea-it thing- for the adorn
m i t of the at x, which she contemplates opening
Oi Si'uidiy. Vt may be permitted ti ny 4h t
they ar in t e miss h-autitul; some sp ciui. i a
b-ing p'ifect (jetns in thir w y. We doi 't
k iO wliat human geniu and skill ctnnot acc-in-pli.ih
for the bi in fi' of the fair descendants of Mo
ther Ev-'. It coutiuuea year ifter year successful
ly to max- b gher and greater strides towards
perfection, which ia now almost attained.
'The c ty asses.-ment of Mimph's for th-i
current y. ar tm unta to 14 890,666. Tbe av r
ge increase over the asseMsment of U-t year !.- ooj
p r cent. Memphis ia 'getting to be quite a rc
jje'Jtable ci'y in point of taiablj wealth.
t2f"Ku'iisey's "Campbell Mitistrela" are amusing
tbe citizens of Ven phi.
A Nchanci. For one, two, ami sometimes
three di)8 in every week, tho-e ho reside on Cap
itol 11 ill are deprived of water, throiub the bad
management of the Water Works. Now, we ak,
why ia thi?? We ure taxed heavily for the sup
port of the Water Woik, and are crruinly emitted
ii some benefit in return. Yet, this noisaice
ban been tubmitted to until it has become in
tol rable. The Mayor has been Informed of tbe
State of affiirs more than once ; yet no cognix trice
h is been taken ol the m ilter. Shall O.-U cominui?
If ao, the Water Works had better be stopped en
tirely, and the people made dependent upon them
selves for a supply of water. We are olteu forced
to send a great distance lor this necssssry article,
which, of course, is very troubles tme. We m
oerely hop- that a reform will take place in thij de
partment ol our ci y affairs.
U IlM t.
The New Yoik .'cohomiiV says:
"Tbe idea has been eniertained that, because
the crops of Europe and Kiii.Ui.d are v.ry l.ruw
thia year, that thrsfore the large crops of the
United Slates will find but a meagre m tract. 'Mils
view, we think ia rroutoua. for th reason that
since lb E igltsli famine of 1647, the United States
grain trade has ben an established one. Iu yea a
of good harvest European wants lake all surplus,
aud iu years of bad harvest, we have not bithrrio
bteu ahla to supply tu iu with enougu to affect
prices there, while our over-exports have carried
pricea so bigb as to compel oui owo cousomera to
p .y lamine. prices."
Tbe Economist then publishes a table, showing
tbe Imports of breadstuff, for a series of years, iu
to Great Britaia ami France, by which it ppr rs
that the wauta of thore countries are anuuady it
crea'ifiytbttl the Imports of both fr were
greater thau tor the famine years of lb 17-8. Tbe
'exports of tbe Unit.d SuUs have tontiuued
to Increase, as sill be apparent from la sLiiexed
xbibit of theahipment lor tne years 1813 and 1657
VVucar, bus. Ft-oca, bols.
1843 811,065 841,474
1B67 ll,00o,0u0 2,lbO,OXKJ
The Planter's Bank will open ibis morning, 2ud
O.tobei, at iu ut Ba king House lor busiueta,
coiner of College and Union a tree is.
V. WEaVEE, CaahUr.
Ct. 2, 18J7-1
tS Miss Eliza Logan commenced an engage
ment in St, Louis last Monday night, ia the charac
ter of Evadne.
RasuMATisx Nschuma. The agonies of Bbenmatiim
and Neuralgia ar among the moist c ite with which the
human frame ia ever affliyed, and have heretofore beea
foaod the roost difficult io remove. Happily a remedy is
now discovered by which the most obstinate caces can be
immediately cured. This sovereign remedy is Baaoo's
AacTio Iimkeht, f)r ta'e by Druggists generally. It is
only necessary for tbe sufferer to try ft, to be aasnred af
Da J. C. Atir, tbe world renowned Chemist of
New England, is now stopping at the Bornet House
in thia city. He bus been making a lour of the'
Wt stern States, with bis scientific afsociatea, to in
vestigate th ir remedial productions, or such as he :
can make remedial. We notice be has been re- .
ceived with matked distinction by our leadiog citi
rens of the West, and arerejoictd to find they have
shown a proper estimate of the n an who bas p-r-
haosdotie more tnr llm rulif rf tinman liluih.n nT
oiher American. Daily Journal, Cincinnati, O.
AS IMPORTANT ITEM TO THE SCTRVITOES OF
THE LATK WAR WITH M1XIC0-
LCAtfTKaC H,8 Maf 12, 1S5S.
Vk. C. M. Tacic-os lJetir Sir: Af.er my return from
Mexico. I was ser.uu.-l .ffl ctcd with that terrible disease
wh'cb has carried to ti e prate ao rrxny ol my fellow
s' Idler . Chroi. ic Diaril uea ccouDDitd aith euruia.
r.rougbt on bv the rlimate of Mexico, and the moiie of
!i lug, s i. ne ec.f tu it- thvir. 1 he relief i have ob
tained fioin the uce of Ho flacd s German tnten ia as
toni-iiiDg ana 1 iiiort cheertu ly have, and still cuotir.ne
to recommend the Bitters lo nil who are similarly atJect
feil, belieVLg that the benefit that will result IrOin their
use will be mcalcuiab e.
Very respectfully yours,
Late I ieu? of Comiany G.,
Palmetto Ke't 8. C. Volunteers.
Be sure and ali for lotjfiand't German Bitten, and see
that the signature of C. M. Jac.soa, i on the wrapper of
each Lo t e.
for sa e by druggista and storekeepers in every town
and i.:age iu the United States, West Indies and Cans
das. I'i ice 75 ceots per bo.t.e. trincipai Office, 418 Arch
tiree , 1 hi.adelphia, Pa Cutl -lm.
VW ttamtnrring and impfd 'mentt of Speech are be-i-g
sue ta.-fully cu ed, ou acieutiGc priucipUs by Dr.Jones,
at the sjt. Cluuil Hotel, iu frum one to twj hours.
(yp Dr. Jones, of Ph 1 clelphia, w'th the general fuc
ess th:i' att. nds him everywhere, is curing dealneas sore
cand inti.tnied Kyee, disea.-e-i of the ryes, of every variety,
and the Ur is taid t in-ert ariificial eye wiihout pain, and
us perfect in in vetnent and appe irance as the natural eye.
He al.-o treats chronic disea.es with great success.
PraSi ical Artins ic every hranch of Photography and
whole ale aDd retail deaien in An bro'yre, Melainotjpe,
Phiorph, an I l)a-.-i:errcot. pe good-; Apparatus arid
Chem icats, of every I ind, Vkr.tt and detciip.ion u e I in
the alovs Arts. All oiders nil! be p ooi tli filled, and for
wardo'l to any part of the ccun rj at the verj luwe-t mar
Set rates, for cash. o wli ell ilie trade are respectful y in.
vi ed. Alao Aleuts fur ihe sale of Meiainotyp and fpber
retype Kight-. HUjlir-B BIO'S,
Hept4. C6 I"n:on street, Naxhville, Tenn.
Take sited. Or. i iliun has returned to the Mas
Mot House Chicago, wi ere may be obtani-d Old Dr.
James' wonde'tu) ar.d celttrateo e tract of Carnibi's In
clica. Uia ton i i-la , Dr. 1'hoinas Tilton, Kill sui p y you
with it, either per O' ally or by exprn-. It iaat-ureand
speedy cure of the or-t case of Consumption, Bronchi
ti., Aoilima, N rvous Debility, r-cuha. Colds, and l-ore
Throat. M e know ti is lo be a fact. Try it ami live.
P. d By addressing Dr. Tilton a note through the Chi-caeoPuht-
flice, ii c o-ug four slam s, ('2 cent) a recipe
Kill be tent in return, free ol charge, to any part of the
Union. Da. TILTON,
cei t 8 1 II oit Hnt-fe. hieapo
tT- We are authorized to announce Jambs M. Hintos as
a cand date fur . heiiH of Davidson county, at the next
Ory W"e are autlior red to announce Jobs K. Ediiosiwos
as a candidate for fherilf of Davidson county, at the next
tp"" We are authorized to announce E. B Eiglkt as a
candidate for fchenlT ot Davidson county, at the next March
lr We are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate for bhcritl of Liavidson county, at the next March
COl.t TI I OI K I ILDIIK.
J7" We are authorized to announce Capt Jons S. Dabh
ih.l as a candidate for Co nty Court Clerk, at Ihe March
fW We are authorized to announce Kki.ix R. Cbkat
Hiu, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Couuty
Court Clerk. Klectiou in March next.
'"' We arc autho ized to announce Thos. D. Stogkkr
as a ciindidute for County Court Clerk at the next March
CO! . 1 V Ti(tlLL.
t3" We are authorized to announce John Riss as a
cai'didat. fur re-election to ihe office of county Trustee, at
the enduing Yiarch election.
rv We are authorized to announce T. T. PaOsobhs as a
rand'ilate for the office of to-nty Tru-itee, at the ensuing
t? We are authoHz' d to announce Je-nB. Pmnr as a
cu didate fur Co maMe, in the Nashville District, at Ib
ensuing v arch clectiun.
SW We are au horized -o announce KirrCH'K W. Horh
as a c.i diila e for Constable in the NasuVille District, at the
ensuing Match tlcctiou.
JOILX YOliK afc CO.,
Book Sellers, Book-Biadtn and Blank
No. 38, I iiiuii MltvilleT Tinn,
M d me L-! Bert's Trave's.
Eihel fOwerh-i Geo gia Bo W.
pug, o i s i rn o.i' . 1, i ai.a rd Mrie.
K ur on's I. f and Ministry.
The I'lauler's Daughter. A ale of Louisiana.
M-f. -pide. By Marion Hariand.
Alone. " " "
I iu:e Dorrlt. By Ch .rles Dickens.
Ttsthi ony f the Kox-i B M Her.
A t hi u' Hi or of Rome. Bjt Bonner.
Just received by JOHN YORK A CO
merou's Mug nine and I u' nam's Month'y, for October.
Harper's Magazine, fcr October,
Harper's Journal rf Ci v i Uttioa.
Li-He' New Vork Jo.irtia .
Porte i' 8pirlt of the Times.
New Ynra l.e 'ger.
Kors.leby rp 801 JOHS YORK A CO.
Kidcllfbn ( r Ealing louve.
O A M Kiddit htiger take rerarion to snnounce 'o the pub
I jr. tl k l , i hr l n ri t r ii tn over, be Its g.vmipthe
rni y n rr. t el ' 1 1 rsl u iicit 1 and rrtui ecu to town Ills
Hoove i upaiD 0ePd. and he hopes to tee again the
smiln g ai ra ( I hi n d It iPih a i il cu ton r rs, at d t be
con n act, uu I'" rd at h lou ol new outi. His tal-la. l,a!l
al ays br line-rally 0ip"-U with the best oar market at
ford., .nd a ' htlle more."
pi. 1 , 1 s.M,
liltOAD WAY HOUSE,
WM. P. BRANCH,
(Pormrily nf humntr oounty, Tenn.,)
U'OTl.D rrspvctfitily inform the eiiisnns of Nashville
and the suirouinin g country, that he ha taken
charge of the larire and comn. odious Hours on broad-,
('oi nirr y occur n d ty the Hun. John Bell,) for the purpose
of keeping Br It lloure, and will b isady for the
ae.oiu uodnlop of boarders on the lt of October neat.
Ha pie gr bis ut:iivid-d atirnth-n lo all bo mav favor
him with a call, and promises that all who may visit bis
house ra!l go aj saturied that it was well 'for them lo
Transient customers accommodated at all hours.
tmpM - lm.
lmrth Annual Viv
Tennessee State Agricultoxal Bureau.
'MI( r north Annual fair ot ths reuneasee Htaie Agri
1 cultural l.ui.u alll be u Id on I ho bureau's Grounds,
near N shville, commt n nig on Mm 'ay, October lxih,
and coutinumg every da. dn mg tbe week. Prei. lu:n of
the mo t nheial char.cier arr otiervd in every department
of farm, plantation, tuccnanical, manafaelartog and hu.e
iDdu.try i'liapeii iua i lnvtJ froja every coauly of
tbe ata e. l'ru.teJ hits of ihe premiums and regulations
may baobiaiosd ou appl oalioa lo ine Secretary.
IL G. tCASi-MAV,
JB p tl I.
rpiIE undr.-sigiel laving ordrrs lor vtlirAT, will paj
1 the h I hc msn.i rata dchvar.ble at MXiss A 1r
raas ssrstisax, corner br4 and College sta.
July IT - tf. Cotton and Predwe Broker
htMllhV P Li MAG J11LL.
. . Mi TO.
t l aaao aaoa.
MAYO, UENDEU30N & LONG,
SASti, r-l OR AND VSMTUN BLIND raCfOAT. Pla
nu f aiul and Lumber t epot, a gbth t., Br ksii
lues) Lniial sv.llioad D. pot, CoiugU'S, Ay .
Ms Hiabwfavlaia aol S.cpta habd ao ex. nlve assart
went 01 rab. lawn, Hind., Door and v4e0ow rraaca.
Base, tautnA.bg, aitiU, 1 1 aia,a, VVa.le sad leuo t.a.
triooriog, aieixug. PaKUi eailerbvdiB( sad rianed
Boarda vl ry r iy ot qaaltiy stcsl iikkii'U. Wa
ai.o lumi.n lumber Inns luugb. f.lntcd aae ulaad
S.lt aiaaysua Laud. Vtaiuai aad sMaer bi4 a oaits
grill mwilsr. IXUVlt VAsii.
r-Mt k i Sum.
HAS r. moved tl. oiLca fctwa K. 4 Ctarrj stret, M
rs. t Cedar tuxat. IsjiJ
A gentleman living in Philadelphia say s :
In oasainr thrnnah PiHtbarvh. lomt montbs since. 1
txtrchased bottle of Ecvhaee's Holland Bitter. It -lie
ved me so much, that on returning home I bought two
more bottles Irom Dr.Dyolt, which completely cured me
of Neuralgia. T h nr-nminded the article to many
of my friends, and fottr or five of tbe nutcber say it cured
them. I think that try recommendation bas done more
for IU sa e in Philadelphia tban jour advertWing."
(We are not permitted to publi tbe name bat any
person calling at the store, or communicating witn os iy
letter, wiii be convinced of tbe truth of this statement.)
Hollow ay' Pills and Ointment. Tor
nearly a quarter of a eentur the press of ti e civillaed
world hasteetred with proofs of the efficacy of tkese rtm
ediej in bilious di.orcers, complaints of the stomach and
bowels, salt rheum, and saia disorder. Their wonderful
pTopeni-s are unchallenged.
Sold at the manufactory, No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all dn.-g.ints, at 5c ,C2Xc, and 1 per box. 41
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
UO0 men to enitage in tbe sale of the moat
popui&r selling Books in Amer Ca. Iuvalida, mechanic-,
farmtrsand teachers, wi hing to travel, will find this a
very profitable ai d pleasam busine, enabling them to
ree the country, and make money at the same time. A
gentsnow in the business are dealing from 500 to (1 50
per year. Fr lull particulars and a list of Books, ddre
H. M. KCLlON, Qaeen City Ptbli hii.g Home, 141 Main
st-eet, Cincinnati. Ohio; or, if living Last, D KULISON,
Fsvkb asd Aqde. Fcremost among tbe various remedies
for this d.sesse stands Dr. Hial euberge 's Antidote A
few doses will cuie any ordinary ease, and '-ne done inva
riably stops tbe ch lis. It contain nothing in the least
degree hurtful to the system under any circumstances
and never produce! the unp easant eflccts that attend the
ise of Quinine and other agenti in general u-e. It cures
every f im of the disease, and is the original and only An
tidote for Malaria.
A k fo.' Dr. rhalenbtrger's Fever and Ague Antidote,
ind be sure vou get j4Us icld by respcUble Draggists
everywhere Price 1 50. Sole Propiietors, A. T. bal
lesbebokr A Co., Roch-ster, Pa. au4-8mdtriaw.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every suromer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera. Dysentery, Griping Painr , and other irregularities
of tbe Bowels. It can now be cured in every case lor "5
cents, by the use of TUCKER'S CHOLERA 8TRTJP,
which ha been tested by the best physician in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectua
remedy now in a e. It bas performed more astonishing
cures tban any other specific A human life can be saved
in nine canes out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
rorsa e by KERN AN RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug
gia-s. apr24 6ra
105 MEDICAL PREPRATI0NS
FiR THE CURB ( F
EVERY KXOWN DISEASE!
The under igned, having been sppointed cole Agent for
N&bbville, for the sale of tie Medical Preparations recom
mended in ' Dr Fiee.e Cortbinet Fycttm of Practice, for
Physicians aud Families,' would respectfully offer them to
such of ourcitis ns as need a restorative to health.
Tl.ee preparations are con poum ed rom the recipes of
the n ost celebrated physicians nd Surgeons of Kurope
and America, and will cure evety liwrin tfi'ae, that is at
all within the rtacb often edies. Thete Preparalionshave
been t-sted for years by Profeisor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have bein found Invariably effectual.
For further particulars, tee Dr. Freete'" Combined Sys
tem of Practice, trge'ber with Cards, Posters, Ac.
Both the Bock, Mtaicine Chet-ts, and Medicines may be
had of the nndersigmd, at his Drugstore, in Na:bville.
JOHN J BEKTH,
No. 20 Sewanee Building, ollege St.,
funelC 6m. Nashville, Tenn.
HAGAN & BR0.,
Ao. 39 Market & No. G Union St.,
TVitsliv ille. Teniiess-ee.
General Book Sellers and Stationers,
Harpers Magazine for October, just received by
sept25. HAGAN A BR0.
GODET'S LADY'S BOOK, F" R tCTOBFR, filled with
Fall Fa.-hions and other beautiful tngraving-, just re
ceived by HAGAN A BRO.,
tept21. Market and Union st.
N E W BOOKS!
Or, TIME WORKS WONDERS ;
A Sequel to "Harold Tracy." By J. . Smith, aut! or of
"Mck Tarleton," Ac.
By Marion Hartand, author of "Alone," Ac.
TJICMA S BALC OMBE,
Ur, The I aurper'a Victim;
By J. F. Smith, au hor of Haro d Trary, c ,4c.
TIIE RED RIGHT HAND,
A thrillin? romance of Indian Warf re; bv Ned Bunt
line. For sale by HaOaN A BtiO.
the! isfs eaTausIver WRITTEa !
Tin: ciirisi: of tiii: .'iidge,
TOM CRINGLE'S LOG.
These eel -hrated Novels first appeared In the pages of
"Blackwood Maiazim ," am) they ate new,ithnut doubt,
the tro t p pular fcea Ta es, in print. New editions lor
sale by HAG vN A BlO.,
;ep'19. Market and Union sts.
YANKEE NOTIONS FOR OCTOBER, Ju t received by
sep H HAGAN A BdO.
ui .M i ui LiT i i: Tons.
White A Tbox pton's Detictcr for Pep'., just received
by HAGAN A BRO.,
.eptl2. Union and Market sts
t'ltl.X 1 l0 l'Al'KU.
)(f RF-AMS Neas I'aper, various sizes, tor sale by
sCUUsepS. HAOAN A BRO.
Qlli:iPAICIi (.OLD Pi;.S, for rate by
O "t-lt'-i HAiN BtO.
ii v Tin: l ozln ou m(.lc copy.
The attention of SCHOOL TEACH K RS, and COUNTRY
MEKCHAN'lS is invtudtomy large STOCK OF SCtiOOL
P ctorial Spellers,
To ne's pel er,
Tower's I. racers,
Mcl-nt ey's header
Brown's ramn ar,
Butler's (iian.n or,
Parley 's ie graphy,
tmi h's t (ogra) hy,
Olney's Gtpf raphy,
W ebster's Me iocary,
Da vies' Firft lrtsors,
Davies' cchool Arithmetic,
Bay's Ar itlituttic,
For sale by
Pictorial V. Mates,
Parley 's Histories,
Modern I Utory,
Aioander's Mural Science,
Way snd's Moral Scienee,
Con stock's Philorophy,
Olnsttd's PI llotophy,
Vv illaru's HI lory,
foot Book of School Room,
Town's Ana ysis,
Plates and Pencil, Ac,
CHARLKri W. PMITH,
41 College street.
MORE NEW BOOKS.
R0P8 ON SLAVERY ; rasa. A. Boss, D. D.
TkST Lire in THK HOLT LAND; W. C. Pxusa.
BOAT LIFE IN EGYPT AND NUBIA; W. C. Pains.
THE PUT 1CL0G Y CF NEW YORK BOARDING
CHI r-CHAT OF BUUOR, WIT AND ANECDOTE.
BtH.NABD LILK; By Jsaa Cuaai.
THK WORLD'S OWN; a Poem by Jcua Waao Boss
CUILC CON CARvK; oa, THE CAMP AND THK
LC-SONS FKOM THS GREAT BIOGRAPHY; tf J.
THE HirDIN PATH ; By Masjox) HAautso.
ACT11 HALL; By Fassv Fau.
For sale by CUARLKS W.SKrU,
sept.T as No. 41, CoJlegs atrewU
HI IE Ed CHANT,
IVo. UO Front Mreet,
C i ii c i ii ii n I i 9
ILLa Corviis.Piaaod I Lou !. iaais, l atas Fseiv,
? Ae , aad tli onlr fur ariiei.e of Cmciunail frotfitea
ad U.asUeurs pevuipUy anS to wesl adv.aiag. '
f OLAS'O 15 b's 4li;iMflK.k.rt area, fit
A' A :by Ul'- bMJltl, LUTE i.v
BY THE NATIONAL LINE.
Report Famished by ths Associated Press.
LocitviLLK, October 1. Hutching & Co. and
Johu Smidt & Co., bankers, have tugpeaaed.
Intra is much escitement iu fiasccial circles.
Philadelphia, October 1. The 8tam-boUer of
tbe Knickerbocker piaster woiks, oa VVeet street,
exploded yesterday afternoon, ii juring the aajoio
iot; buildings, and killing one young woman, aud
badly irjuriug seventeen other persons.
Money ia somewhat easier. Trade is mure
Boston, October 1. Owing to the depressed
state ot trade, several of the Lowell companies
have chartered a ship to carry 6,000 bales of cot
ton to Liverpool.
Charleston, October 1. The banks have re
solved not to suspend specie payments.
Loui6YiLLK, Oct. 1. The run on Bunt & Co., of
this city c ssed before the close ot business. They
are considered strong.
Jt is rvported here on the authority of a private
despttch, that Capt. HVrudon ajid sixteen others
from the Central America, but no details as to time
or plce are given.
All of the Bankers, except Hutchings k Co., and
Smidi, meet all their liabilities to-day.
St. Lccis, Oct 1 Tbe Bank of B-Hvill, Uli
uois has tailed. Moore & Uollowt.utih, bankers at
Quinry, Illinois have suspended.
V Ddi v.a. n,.f 1 fnltnn aalo Krifin k.La
midiiling to stritt midaling 14il4i, btin;.- a decline
ol 2f. .New Yoik oxctiatige lj'li, very limited.
ttie banks Dem unaOI. to supply me u. unno.
.f..n 11 v..ii i. n,. i,u ,.f ih v. v,...
Btik oi Mississippi are unublo to redeem tb ir
C O M iVl E 11 C 1 A L .
St. liouii JJl.rKet.
St. L cis. Sept i6 P. M
Floor Citv sun "fine is he'd at $5 No miles, but a
better leelir.g. Sales of 660 sacks fuipirfine 1 2 25; 100 bbls
do 4 2- 15n dii 4 50; : 5n do priva e; H do .-urn i.erfMd
ex ra Sb per b' 1. City n-iJler nave advanced ratei. They
have m ly, however, i-old a ieaJ
What I'olders flno on improved quotations of flour in
New Orlrans. bale of li0 po r and tm i ty 5 g, 65 ; 8
sp. ing 7 c; f 9 do 7Sc; 80 do S c; 225 d k3c; 12 0 do spring
and fall, in Iota tc; 192 do fall viy,e 85 do 0 ; 96 prime
red .J'2s'c; lod s hi e 25c, 84 club private, sacks returned.
atiuia.te of Stock ii Liverpool.
Januaiy 1st, '-85S.
The foil iwicg is an estlm i e of the probable stock of Cot .
ton on hand in Liverpool on the I t of January, 1S5S, n ade
by one of the best informed houses in the city of New
Stock in Liverpool, May 8, 1 6T 861,750
At Sea, April 21st, lsi7 25S,0o0
Cleared April 21st, to May 19th
To ship 'o fepteu her 1st
New crop to be received by Jan. 1st, 1.-53
Consumption for May 6th, to Tecember 81st, at
27,(KJO bales per week, 84 week-' 9IVOI
Expor a for week 2,200 baies, 84 weeks. .74,e00 -
Estimated stock in Liverpool, Jan. 1, 1S53
F It AN CISCO,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALtR IN
HATS, CAPS AAD LADIES' FIRS,
iio. S3 Public Square,
LADIES DRESS ETJES.
OPENING OF THE
7E PH ALL OPKN OUR FUK ROOM THURSDAY.
V ? OCTOBKR, 1ST, and be prepared to exhibits larger,
and choice stock of Laili-s and Mii.-ea Fancy Dre-s Furs,
han we have ever before oBered, embracing Kusaian,
Hudson Lay and Cmaria Sable, Stone Marten, Fitch, .-i-biri?n
S luirrcf, Lynx, and all the lower grades of Fur.,
made tp io the latent fty;e". Some very hand onie Robes
and F001' MUFFS, for caniages.
A. J. FRANCI-CO, Furrier,
sept26. No. 23, Pui. in Square'.
O XJ Tt
(i ENTLF.M ' N who are arrbi iouat to wearaTA9TY HAT
J are -nvited to call and examine this beautiful style at
the Hat and far Emporium of
A. J P'iNCISC(".
sej t25. iS Public Square.
Those French Felt Hats.
AFRESH supply jul receive J at the EmporiumfW
of t KANi I CO S, LR
epi2fl. 21 Public Sqt'wre.
1 ity CuildinLC aud Loan Association.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY.
r .Y VIltlUrloF - MORTGAGE, with power to sell, 'c.
I) executed bv Edward Liwrence to the Cl:y Building
and lAan As'oci ttion ol ash ville, which mortgage is of
Kecor i in the Kerfi U-r's iffioe of Davidson county, in Book.
No. 28. paired I wiil expose to Public bale, at tbe Court
House yard Kte in Nash'lile, n Saturday, the 10th dty
of October next, 10 tne highest bidder for t atti, the pr p
erty conveyed in aid Mor gige, known as Lot No. 10 "i d
part of Lot No 12, of Sarres' plan of Lois, bexinnin at
the east corner of i:con'8 Lot on l-eet, run-
ni g eastwardi) oj sai-i stieet forty feet, thence at rgt
angie j with sail s r 1 1, nortbwhrdly.ooe bundr d tnd :eu
fe.-t, 10 a ten foot a ley, thence we tward y with said alle
forty leel to liicki-on's north corner, thence south
ardly one hundred and ten feet to the tieirinniDg; on
wl ich there is ertcted a good double Brick tenement, to
gether with o'her ot houses.
The right of Redemption is expressly waived Id said
sept 2a dtd SAMUEL 8 CAY, Treasurer.
BANK OF NASHVILLE.
IU AVE for sale a large amount of property which I will
set for Notes of ihe Bank of Nah llle, or cer.lfld
check od it at the same prices that I have always asked
lor the property.
aept2. A. V. S. LINDSLEY.
TO THK PUBLIC.
AN advertisement In the Gaaette, of yesterdav morning,
announce that "Sebasiopul had been taken by the
allied forces," and that even ouis Napoleon ws in dan
ger " We lev to inlorm the public 'bat fo. 48, Front ft.,
is well barr caded and oft cered, with competent oen, and
furnished with all tbe necessary fixtures for "I'yeing and
Scouring," superior to any otabliahiuent in tbe e ty. Me
fl itter ourselves that we are not oDlyenual.bat superior
to any bouse in -he business, and an in-pe ion (t work
manship, tr tnit k, will convince the motl skeptical, even
suckling lab." A. h tl N RICH A CO.,
is cbaiosov A.ltatxatca,
sept2l. ro. 18 Front street.
'llinn "EKT a sorted Gan Belting on hand and for
VJJJ h, aeptiS i. D Ul KKY.
iii uiu.ir hom:,
N hand and for sals by
aei t it.
D. D. DI0KEY.
White Seed Wheat.
J HE nndets'gned has on hand some superior crops of
White Wheat which will be iold for seed in quantities
ws sail purcbasers.
SHEET Brass, Blocs., N u. Wshert, Axles, Gum Pack
ing, Leather Ueltiog.on hand and for sale by
septs. P.P. DICKEY.
ON band and for sale by
aeptva. D. D. DICKET.
coassa or paipsucx rassr aid Taasqeaaa,
HAS now in atore a more e. tensive Slock of Cloths,
Cassimerea, Over-Coating-, Ac, than a ual.
Call atttsl a Xatua.
Every thing that U cho.ee and exsellcat caa be found
Naahvilie. Pept 4. IS.' 7-las.
FALL AND - WINTER GOODS.
18 now receiving a saoai exwoaiv stock of Fall and
Wintrr Oood , ef every acaalpuoa wad ef Ova Utul
styles, be h. mm eooJ ttie eervicew es a New lora
Cuur,whoa reLattua i beyond suspat.
Piv. 1-1-. s a . a
CLIFTON & ABBOTT
HAT a 4 receiv.d fro a ths Eaate-a Cttwa, a very lar
wseorfee&i of CLOl u?. CaS.MM REs A D TtSt
INMP.choMn with be grw.laat e.-evby Mr Harvey, wiioaw
sunor taate !. u.Lie4 1 s to bring om by Ur, the saou
beautiful siecfc ut Ptecw Ouoda s ttae over afiere la
NaabvuW. All made up la wrder uOr Ut eupertsuea.
.eoei4 the wli itw Harvey.
Nnvuie.bept. 1, lw7 - -
WAHli i BlffsliHOHALf,
.1 w ..
HATE r.c4 shetr st ca ot FALL AH 3 WIM
UU jDS, Cfctipn i. s CittL, t.li.it) Veatn
and a riMiti iit..iii -f t'raiw tu.a'a rormut
Uttod. and .. b laea t Watt apwaj Uau a4 tile
aoi4 -he , i.o.ie g- wai y. "pi S 1
Of FALL 1X3 WINTIS
fWULpay Ci 1 h-r L!-D WAklANTS at any
Nw. S3 Uiry a rfit ia lij aieae apiy u A. a,
tU.laAJ. iiii-ljj r J.tf.iaiAirVifi,.'.
-AYEE'S . -CUE
FOR THE RAPID CURE OP
BBiMnsxn, Mass., 20th Dee., 15.
Da. J. C. Atsb: I do not hesitate to say
the best v. tnedy I have aver foand for
Coughs Eoaraeoess, Ufljenia, and the
concomitant symptoms of a Col ', is your
Cbsksv Psotosal. Its constant u-e in
my practice and my family for the last ten
yeara has shown it to possess so. lerior vir
tues lor the treatment of the.se complaints.
EE EN KNIGHT, M. D.
a. n. moktlei , WQof Utica, N. Y., writes : "I have
used yonr Pectosax. myself and ia my family ever itnce
..luTciimiug oeiieve 11 ine Dent medicine for its
purpose ever put oat, Wita a bad cold I sbonld sooner
pay twenty-five dollars for a bottle than do without it, or
Croup, Hooping Cough, Influenza.
SraiscriBjj), Miss., Feb. 7. 1S5C
sothsb Avsa: I wi'l cheerfully eert:fr your Pbctobai.
is f h beat remedy we p--es tor tbe cure e-f Whooping
Cough, Crovp, and the chest disew of children. We of
your iraternity in tvie South apprecis:e yonr skill, and
commend your medicine to oir po-ie.
- HiRAH CCNKLIN, M. D.
AM; S LEE, FtQ , MoTxitsT. Ia , write, 81 Jan., 1S56:
"I had a te-iiouaj.- fltfe It, w-iich confine m io doors sii
wtek: took many med -ioes without rel ef; 'inally tried
your PitCTDRAL by the advice of onr cJergitn n. Tbe first
dose relieved the soreness m my throat -ad lungs; less
than . no-half the bottle msde me completely well. Your
t -edic:ne are ihe cheapest as weli as the 1 e-it we can bo. .
and weete m you. Doctor, and yourrcniediea.as the poor
Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
xtx MASOHSaT.a. Pa , Feb. 4, 186.
Bib: Yonr Caesar actukai. is u-rformini: marvellous
care in thi sect-iun It his relieve ! several from alarm
ing syn ptoiua of consumpiion, and it now curing a m..n
no has labored unaeran uueccion or tbe Pings for tne .sst
forty yeara. HtNUY L. PARRS, Merchant.
A. A. hAMSEY, M. D., Albiok, Monroe county, Iowa,
write , Sept. 6, 1S5 : "During my ptas ice of ro ny years
I have focnJ noining equai to your Cutsar Puitobal tor
gi iiig case and re.ief to consumptive patients, or curing
ouch as are curable."
we m ghi add volumes of evidences, bat the most con
vincing pioof of the virtues of this reaedy is fotud in its
effects upon trial.
'Probably no one remedy bas ever been known which
cu'ed so many and surh da? geroua cases as this. Some no
hn oan aid cm rer.ch but even lo ihvae the Chkkbt PtCTO
bal affords rehef and c mfort.
Astob Heeds, mw Yobk Citv, March 5, 1S56.
rocroa At, 1 oviti. : ' fee it a auty and a pleasure
to iniorru ou wuat your HrBBT Pictobai. has dune for my
ade. She had been five nionti laboring under the dan
gerous symptoms of ousumpUon, from which no aid we
cou.d procuie gave her nu c 1 relief. She was steaoily lail
iuk, unt 1 Dr. bin ng, of ttis citi, where we have come fcr
advice, rtcommen e at'i lot your medicine. We bless
his kindness, as we do your skill, lor she lias recovered
from that day. She ia not yet as si rung as she usct to be,
but is free iron her cough, and calls herself well,
lours with gratitude and regard,
of Shelby ville.
Consumptive, do not despair till yon have tried Aria's
Caaaar 1 sctomal- It is m ide by one of the best med ca
chen iits in tbe aorld, and i s cures a-.l around us bespeak
the high merits of i.s virtues. I'hila. Ledger.
PREPARED BY BR. J. C. AYES,
Practical aad Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
And void wholesale by
BERRY a DEMO VILLE, Nashville.
JO. (J. BrOWN.andall druggists in this city.
FRlEhgON A HAW a. IN 6, Columbia.
T. OMAS A BRO.,ClarksvU.e.
R. D. DEERY, S helbyville.
SCHELL A tSLACKM HtK, Gallatin
And all dealers in medicine everywhere.
Oct l.-4m. Aivartising Agent.
BRAGG'S AIIQ LINIMENT.
'IHtS great specific, which is a tri irnph in the progress
J of medical scienc 01 the nineteenth century , Is not
presented to a public free from pain, suff ring a nd dis
ease. It wai nut dcovere I, nor is ti now prep red for
tho-e possess ;d o( som l health and rooust consti tution,
but for a larire class who are suffering pain.
Have you the B onchitU T
Have yu the A'euralgtn t
Have you the Ear or Tomtit Ache t
You may rid yours-if en-irely ol ttiese distressing evils
by the use of Brag' Arctic L nim-nt.
Are you afflicted with old tores t
Are you tuffrrin from severe Bruinex T
Are you enduring pain from Sprains T
On-bottle of the Arctic Liniment wilt surely give relief
Rheumatism, is a dreadful complaint.
ScrvfuLi 11 a loath time disease.
Yet such is the wendt-rtul healing properties of Brogg's
Arctic Liniment, that it will almost instantly cure acute
and chroni'.'- Rheumatism, andieroo' e Scrofula.
Why will you suff-r with Scurvey t
Why will you seller will th- I'U-sT
Why will you -ubinit to Citillilainst
When by using ttie Arctic Linin-eut you may find J er
There are in this world thousands and tens of thousands
who are, year after year, suffering with one or more r.f the
manv diseases with which humanity is atQ.cted, nntil dis
pairing and nigh unto the grave. Wounds, bruises, burns,
scald head, chilblains, piles, corns, war s, bites of insects,
sore eyes, toothache ear actie, neuralgia., sore throat,
paralysis, di.-eases of the skin, tumors , wens, ring worms,
scurvey.coke in the breast, sore lips, stiffness in tbe joints,
rheumausm, gout, Ac., have fastened upon them, aud the
poor sudere a are seeking an aniido'e.
To ail such, Dr. Ur-gjt'a Arc'ic Liniment come' as a sure
and speedy remedy, it i a oalm for every wound, and it
neve fails! Hundreds and thousands are testing its vir
tue, and are rejoicing it f.eedom tr.im pain and sua.-ring.
FARMS S AND HOB5S BAISBSS.
Dr Braez's Arctic Liniment i also a sovereign rraedy
for the Various disease.-1, with which horses are tfflcied,
during the most alarm r.' cat-es of bruises, sprains, spring
halt, wiiun.i.i, f-crac he-', eweeney, spavin, ring bene, b g
h ail, poll evil, eio. o fan. er, livery mab e krepers or
any person owulug valuubl i liorse shoulii be without it.
The ingredients of t e Arctic Liemens are of tbe most
costly kind while the -tuiot c ire Is Aeitowed upon com
..onndmg them b one of the members of th; com any
who ma.es a personal eiiaiaimnou of every bottle put
SO r A MILT S-JOCLB BS WITHOUT IT.
In cae of acci teut, it is to I ave a remedy at hand
to appiy inv. an lv "a y lives are thereoy savd, when
if lef 'o :he piod itng t.uue of a iue-:ic I prac itioner must
have been lo-t. The Arcl c Liniment is the best specific
as It acti upon ti e pir" .IT c e 1 m-t nt y.
It ia put up iu X c , 0 n i tl billies. The 60c. and
$ 1 botil conu-in ,'0 a d 1 o pr c' more Liniment than
the 2ic bvtliea, and. are much cheaper.
Kverv pe ton ou iu a ( ooui-j of Bbaoo's A actio
ItsiMssTW'l be lurni.hed at Dr. liragg's expense, wim
Ku.ai son's U ute 1 Mates journal, publisi.cd iu New York
lor one year by fining u lue certido i-e s'OUHl each Do!
lar Untie, and sending it to J. M. Luutsoa A Co., No.bTl
broadway, New York.
BRAGO A bURKOWES.
Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Mo.
W. W. Berry A D-m-vi le. Wholes .le Agrnts, and by
Q.W. Heudersbot., A. II. r(oscoe,and J. Stretch,
wm. tiaog. a. sixoa. i. sixoa.yi.
C. W. PHILLIPS COo
VILLIa3IS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
38 IKIOIV STULLT,
NKW (i til IT A V.v
j. 11. liopivat tSo cu.,
waOLESALK ASD RETAIL
-FL O O HI 3EL S .
AMD DIALERS IS
lAltuors and lroAucc,
RO. 51, COLLEGE STEEET,
Nash villi:. TLMXLSSEE.
St. T. aABTLBTT. B. O Sl'OlMS. t, 1. St'OOMB.
BaETLETT, ll'COMB & CO.,
G EKE HAL
CommVsslun fe Vorwardlng
R0. 23 LEVEE CO COMMERCIAL ST.,
SAlNT LOUIS, 310.
B Liberal each advance made on Consignments.
auras to :
W. H. GORDON A CO., WM. P. BRYAN,
July 22 -am. Nashville, Tenn.
PHILLIPS & JENNLXGS;
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
BOCOI1T F.XCLCSIVILY AT
l UC O 1ST ,
!tmm. 1 A 3 stank. NU below 7XiarkeH
Between Second and Tblrd Sts.
1111 LAULL.PIIIA, PA.
joiix i.. c.vnsox,
Dry Goods Commission Jicrchacl,
IT. LOUS, MO.,
UAAO C HESLT, Cuts.
Jab Moavoa, ashler Bank of Teaoessw; A. Sasulvosi;
alostiAB A o.; Jas. 'chosi
Woona, Cbbistv A C . . Loafs. f-pt ft ti
ITew Ilillincry Goods !
GUC AT ATT It A CT1 0 ! !
LIES. . LOClIIIAEf, Agent,
fT0Cf-D rp--e'.f fly tofvrm ia LaJs N&shviL
V V aol .ie-a iv thai ioi.bS. ta oea e the lof
Ocsber, the sni-l ban ijoac si&ca of
wvwr hibltsd ta this ear Her stock was selected I
lsw terk la ptrsua, ! rexslnad a wutMtaul
kol!l of ttaae to eaaae k' f aewoatated with taw taAaat
asd smi approved ' lo- lau that brr (oda will
sttuatl laa.M a unlJM aa ituuuuut bfcrw prvha
Us wttawbevw. spii la.
Utit-at! Mieut II
U7t will be cootvauUy la the tSa ket for Wheat, far
hl. 8 W l.lpj ibtii.'tm su.rsel yn-.
iy tL Sitla. taUku.'sS A CO
iJiLT -3v btU ta it rs sa4 f-r si by
o a - r.ixz. A CO
NEW MUSIC STORE.
- WHOLXSA LB ASD BRAIL DBALCBS IS ALL BUDS 07
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes,
FROM the celebrated manufactory of Grow A Christo
pher, N. Y-, and the best Melodeons now used in the
United States, mannfao'ured bv George Prince A C .
Attention f the public is called to our large catalogue of
the latest pubi cations of Music, Mnalc Books and Instruc
tors of all kinds. Also, cur fine stock of Guitars, Violins,
Yiolinceil js.and Bacj . Strings. In fact, everything in the
MdsicAlInitrument line can befonnd at
Wa rapectfu lr Invite small country deal Ti, Teachers
ar.d fehools. to irive n a call belore pu-c'taaine elsewhere.
P. ?. All kinds of Music 1 Instruinenu repaired at No.
20 Union street, first door from Col e e.
McCLURFS MUSIC SALOON,
OF those juttly celebrated Pianos, of Stelnwsy A Son,
A. U. -ale Co., and Soebbeler A Smith, of New
York, to which the attention of purchasers is Invited-
Alo, the largest assortment of Sneet M-isio, Music
Book , Violins, Accordeoca, Fluten, Clareonet s. Flageo
let, Drum;, an1 Bapj i, al of wh'eh will be sold at ths
lowest rates. If yo' wish a bargain and tl e bent Musical
Instrument, call at (the oil MubjoU Store,) No 83, Union
street. Jl.Mfcd A. MoCLU&C
N. R. I have every size and pattern of M elodeons, man
ufactured by Carhart, Needham A Co., New York , which I
(ell at their retail pr.ces. Also, a large assortment of
Feather Dusters. J. A. M.
CITY CLOTHlXtt STOUli!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WIKTER CLOTHING.
XASIIVILLL, TENil NSEE,
HAVE just received a laree and extensive Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Wecan BUaUordera 1
for Clo-.hirg on tbe shortest notice, at prices that will suit -sll
Our stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, is now com '
o'ete, both for Uentlemen's and boy's wear, and we conn- -
dentiy relieve thatwe can give general satisfaction to all
who will give us a call.
Septta am. M. SCLZBACHER, Ag't.
E0YSE & ELVERS0N,
READ Y-MA DE CL O THING
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
ARK now rtceivingand opening at their Store, No S ,
South side rubiic Square, a very large and entirely
new stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
and a good stock French Cloths, Casimerea an . Veaticgs,
which we will mate up to order and warrant io uit or wo
sale. Most of our stock of Headymade Clothing we can
safely recommend it as Oe:ng free from tbe u?ual objections
of astern made Clothing. Our Stock consis s in part oi
tne luiioamg aruries:
French clo.hs A Cassimeres; Morlno Cudershirts A Draws;
Velvet, Plush Vesting and Ail Wool Undershirts:
Ve ts; Blea A Bro. Canton Flannel
Black and Fancy Grenidlnes; Draws and 8hlrts;
Over Coata; Woolen A Chens Comforti;
Muscovy Beaver Raglands; Silk Cndrrrhirts;
Royal Sultand Circulars; CoI'd Sblrtsand Collar';
French and English Beaver; italiao Cravats and Scarfs;
Greek Back, and Talmas; o s' and Youths' Shi rta;
Dress an Frock Coats; Mens' patented Shoulder
Sportsmen'a Coats; Seam Shirts;
A large Stook of i ants; Kmo. aud Maraeiles Shirts;
Boys' Overcoats, Shirt Collars;
Boys' Frock Coats A Ja:kets;Llnen (Jamb, and Pongs
Otlice and Business Coals; Wrys;
Neck Ties, Gloves aad Sua- Shirt Bosoms;
penders; Hose and Umbrellas;
We leel that with our long experience and facilities we
enjoy, we have succeeded in bunging an assortment of
goods, which cannot tail to pleate as regards styles and
prices. We invite the attention ol consumers, and will
engage to give sati. faction to all who may lavorus with an
examination ol our Stock. ROVbK A tLV KRSON,
Nashville. Sept 15. No. 2 South side Public Square.
Valuable Farm For Sale.
1'HE tract of Land, sniroonding the Beflefonte
Depot, on the Memphis A Charleston Railroad,
is offered for sale. Ii contains about ti0 acres
from ISO to 2( 0 cleared the balance beavely tim ..
bered. There is a good r-pting of nevertailing water; com
fortable Residence, good outhouees, Ac Ac, on the place.
Any person wishing to purchase land would go well to ex
amine the advantages possessed by the location of thia
tract. It possesses a good cattle range.
Terms liberal. If not sold privately before Tuesday, the
20th of October next, it will on that day be sold ou the
premises to the highest bidder
At the aame time will bo sold the Hogs, Cattle, Corn,
Oats, Farming I'tensils, Ao.
September S,lS-7-lm J. I. SAMPLE.
Refer to W. T. Sample, at the store of A. J. Duncan A Co ,
Knoxville Whig publlih one month, and send bill to this
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
ST CAROXVELET STREET,
SeptS Ni:V Olt LEANS.
NO. 42, COLLLGL' STHLIT,
HAS JCT RKOKl Vio
lent fine tateut Leather Congres. Ga'ters,
" " Oxford Tie-,
' Sup'r stitched Cloth Congress Gaiters,
" "I asting Ties and uo do
" " aewed Oalf do s
' do do Oxford Ties,
" Pomp tole Ca .f Dress iiools,
" L'aif stw'd and peg'd Boots of various styles.
Till vKS! NAL1M Ml ItONNll' ItOXLNi:!
ALSO a few Enitlieh Sole Leather Trunks,,
do do do do Buggy Trunks,!
Ladies large .!se Dress Trunks,
A large asimrtment of coeap Black and Fair
LKATHK1 TRUNKS, all lies.
A variety of fine Sole Leather Ai-hlsnd Valises,
do do do Piam Uo.
Also a ts led at ck f cheap Leather Valises.
SuperutiC I'ateot Leather Bonnet Boxes,
do t-oa co aa Co
Black and Piir do do do
All of which are offered Cheap for C'tuA.
Sept 8, is-7. i.
HOUSE FIKMSIILVG HARDWARE
PIC0T & SP0TWELL,
No. 63 Tlaitleu I.uuev, ?iev York.
laroBTIlS ASI JOBBBBS OS
CCTLKRY, FENDERS. TEA TRAYS, FIRE IRONS, TIN.
NLDand EN'AMkLtD HOLLuW WARE,
FRENCH 1 IN. NED WARE,
ANDIRONS, FRY PANS, COAL HOPS,
PLANISHED JAPAN ED PLATED A BRli'AMA WARE,
h ASirACipaaas or
PLATI'.D SPOOLS A: IOUKS
Julyls tm. It 68 Mairlen Lane, New York.
B. V. KIXCSLSV.
a. a. s abc sex
KliNCIILEY At, SANCHEZ,
Produce and Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, &.C.,
IVo. 7 Warren Block Augusta, Ga.
F Particular attention given to the sale of all eon.
AigDmenta. maylS tin
i gi i WHEAT BACKS on hand and for sale
OlfVf IJvf by jjtt D.D.DICKEY.
riHIS is ths favorable time to build yoer Cisterns. The
X oasAT ctsvasjf scildbb, HL'GU L. bEATY, is bow In
:bl city, ana prepared to build tbem of all slaea. Appli
cations made by note, or oinerwisa, to H. G. boovel, will
receive prompt attention. Ijonczd tf
A- 0. surra.
a. v. orrraaia.
a IO. 1. BOWtAB.
SMITH, tiUTllIUK & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
ass AOaars roa tn balb or
VincnU A. TESNLMEE XOIIACCO.
Ho- 664 Slain St-, Between Eocoad asd Tird,
it it am. shouts A.ti hii sTrrrs.
JLBT recelvad and ia filers :
lOu.tS'O lbs. Wheal B'an;
,( no lb. Short. In low Ib. Baft,
i,S.0 llw. Ship MuSs;
for sals tw WnolssaM and Retail by R C. BANDY",
sept IV if No. fx) College sUwat.
. a. Faavstou. A. e. aaasoenv.
BZETH0LD, BI?0TJDY & CO.,
Commission and Forw-ardicg Kerch, an ta,
a so eaALSa ts
Rope, Bsfgimg, Racon aai Ploar,
IS: 134 setoait Mrrrt, tVaitat t.wals, 71.
s.j Coasignmeols of all txjai-b.ra Producw received)
ana prwwpiiy atteodsd to latar li riwAlf.'
T7HElaLEIl & EVERETT.
Z2, H O 3. 23 XI. O,
Nt.W a Ollli CITY,
UT ILL psv tor ty land Warrant ef all da law.
' bMtSil P-K CNT. Aut A MAkEET PaJCSd,
C9'U OoiuSwr ISUt, we as vtag a ar aut,i u uer at
tba tuaw. Sad esa sueag. Tw fM.tolij ar. tbe latswt
cjwia tiuus ;
ea t u
Parlies swadiag Wa rtta b mail, wi!, t p J ih saa
aatbco'i I5r werw h r-oa !J present, hiniwm.il
fetwMU a-X Aidftas
wutttFK a ETvarrr,
krclcn.Ns Tors Cy.
...... FRESH ARRIVAL
TJjm FALL & WINTER "li
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAi S!
B. R. CUTTEE,
So. S6 & 69, Corner ct College d Broadway,
HAS received his stock of BOOTS, 8Hul., nATS, and
TRUNKS, fortheFaU and Winter Trade, conaiaung
la iiart ae ftlljwr, i. :
For Ladie?, Misses and Cliildieu.
Ladies fine Kid and Mo. Booties, thin and thick tdr, wltlk
" - " plain and trimmed:
'. M LasUnj Gaiters, side and front Uced, with
I " Con?retj "
Kid" Furkins and 1'rcnt Tie?;
Mis?. " " and Mo. U pper and Boo ees;
" and Cnild. Lasting Gaiters and '
Child, fine Kid and Mo. thick atd Pump Sole;
: Fancy - Eoots and M:pper;
Women's extra site Kid Boots Bu kins, ar;
" Mo. " and
Fcrv ants' heavy Cal', Kip and Uo., extra atsas;
For Gents and Boy.
Gects' fine Pegced and 1 aoed Boots;
u Water proof "
Opera " "
u m i at, Kid, aad Buckskin Cong. Oalterr,
mm .4 4 Ostoid lie.;
4 Brrad Strap Shoes, puo-p an-t wilt;
t H. R. tUlTK.R'S,
No. C atd S9, corner of Cclh-ge and broodway.
Boys, Youtbs and Children'
TIK Calf Boots, Broges and Oxford Ties; .
r Mens' Boys' and Youths' Coarse Broges and Bo 'a. ef
the beat qual. y and extra sises, mauo exp r..., "
for service, by
Hats and Caps for Men, Boys and Chil
I RECEIVED direct from te manufactories, sll the 1st
est styles of Fall atd Wlote. H. TS, consisting in part
of the bcrt Caa imere i-oft Fur Hats, of all qualities. Also,
a full assortment of men' and boys' Wool Hats. IIM
lold on the most reaaonatle terns for cash, or to punctual
dealers. B. R. CCTTtR.
No. S6 anl 59, corner of Broadway ana O-liege t.
LKATlIIClt liKLXIXti. .
3CC( Ft.tT on hand, cf all sixes, from 3 to 1
AJ)) itches wide. AO extra lot of strong lace
Leatner, all of which I invite the attention of aU planters
a ltd machinist to the above art clet, which w U be soid a
thi besttermr for cash, at No. 36 and 69, corner of ttioed-
'.ep'tiS.00''61- B. R. CUTTKR
I HAVE associated with ma in business JOS. W. PABB".
Esq. The style of the new firm will hereafter be
BU11) 1 Co. Grateful to n y frit nds and the public gen
erally for the liberal patronage heietofore bestowed, I
earnestly solicit a continuance of the same for the new
firm. WILL. L.B0TD, jr.
WILL. L. BOYD, JB.
i. W. IUSSI.
BOYD & CO.,
lea sUte, Aegrocs c.
WE will pay the highest prices for likely young ne
groas. Caih advances made on Negroes consigned
to ua We will keep constantly on hand negroes for sale,
at the old stand of Will. L. Boyd, No. 00, Cherry street,
Nashville, Tenn. eepiSl.
INJL-KOES 1'OH SALE.
A Ilarc t haute to get good servants.
rpwENTY FlVE or thirty Negroes, consisting of Men,
X Women. Boys and Girls. Special attention is called
to a No. 1 Cook, washer and Ironer, and a good family
servant with a likely child,
septll. BOYD A CO.
IIITWORLD OF FASHIONS!!!
For Eich Fancy Bonnets and Hillinery
Fall of 185 7.
WE would respectfully h-form our lady friends that wa
ba ve rceived our In Donations from Paris, and just
returned from the East.have now one of the most attrartiv
and rich stork of goods ever cptned at any retail estab
lishment in the world, not excepting Paris. But at prices
tully in per cent less In price-. We have now In store
some of the nr ost beautiful Head Dresses and Rich tlowera.
Plumes, and the largest and best selected stock of Ribbons
ever displayed in Nashville ; consisting of
1(K 0 pieces of every new and rich design and style.
540 Cantons ol Paris Flowers , a perfect flower garden.
50 Rich Ui i ich and Maraibo Plumes ; Birds
j of Paradise. Ao.
80 cases colored Straws, Bugal and Chenille ; latest fall
10 " colo- ea Leghorn Flatts, Gipseys, and Children
550 boxes Russia and Thule Caps.
li 0 dot. Hoop Skins, a I the latest styles, for Fall.
. SO Cloth 1 almas and Cloaks, latest styles, at anpra
eei'ented low prices.
130 Rich Black Bugle Collars, and Trimming Laces.
Likewise a fine stock of Need.ework, Gooda In et, Aa,
consisting of Jaconet, Maltese, tous In, Ilonington, c, la
Collars, Mteves, Worked Bands, Embro.derrd Handker
chiefs Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies PariaCofhuie Caps, Mohair
Head Dresis and rich imported Head Dresses iu the great
est splendor. Likewise rich ornamented f ods, Couibs ol
every new style, the Bonnet Comb to kep BonneU in tha
right place; the new aty.e Elastic Role for tba bead, fine
and medium Cabbas and many Fancy Goods, too numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, ChU
dreu'sCois,Legius,Hoe,MitU.rcarf. and the latest sly lea
of Rigoetia for parties. Ills impoe-ble to give you a lull
description of our Fall Stock, it will require your personal
attention to examlue. Having IS years experience ia
Nashville, 1 flatter myself that 1 can now please the most
fastidious, not only in gooda but in prices.
Ihe g'eai and unprecedented patronage we receive from
one sea-on to the other, we flatter ourselves, as fully eotab
lished our Establishment for Rich Millinery Goods. No
deception as reKSrcs Fashions. Wa have our .Agent at
fans and London to keep os j o.ied, and bring out tha
styles as soon aa exhibited at Europe. V s will open our
Kali Stock of Fancy Bonnets 16th Inst-, and hope to receive
that liberal palronai e eqtcndtd lo us for yeara past.
H. WIS-, Ageol,
Parisian Millinery Basaar,
septS. No. 46 Cnion St. next door to flats Bank.
Country Me-chanuand Milliners supplied with A
; small bill tf goods at lutly aa low prlote aa purchasing
Essi. bonnets renovated in superior sty .e and reasonable
! chatges. yJ&.
f OCISA WALTON, or Louisa Winston, a likely, stoat,
j 1 bright mulatto woman raoaway or was stolen from
I Captain Walton's on this vicinity ) on Sunday night but.
TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS EE WARD
Will be paid lor her apprehension and delivery, if arrested
out ot una eiate; One Hundred il taken in this city ar
Louisa, who belongs to Col. John T. Walton, of Dayton,
Alabama, whose family ta spending ths Summer here, is a
likely . b ight mulatto woman, welwten St and 5 years of
nge, with a hvavy suit of hair, not straight, bas lost her
jaw teeth, and her under Jaw protrudes slightly.
All tbe cirvonuunces tei.d to show that abe is In the cltj
ol Nashville. J.T.WALTON,
Na,hvillc, Sept. IT, lS5T-tf. By Agent.
' Favorite Odd and Even Scheme
MOKE THAN 1 FRIZ- TO EVERT 2 TICXETI.
.0,000 TICKETst 13,18 PUIZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLAItS!
rickets ; llulwea ; Quarters wl.
Let those buy now who never bought before.
And thote who alwaya bought now any tbs more.
PRIZES PATARLE WITHOUT DIDUCTI01S'.
To be drawn every Saturday In Septea
ber and October, 1857.
militant at u a V irecetieaitd Scheme.
1 Prise of ,
1 do of
1 do of ...
8 Prises of.... ..
16 do of
.JlOm are a.twO
... bH srs .tW
xoo are 6 000
u j luuarw ... ........ o.oww
loo do of.. ...... 60 are. e.ovO
15fS do of..... .0 are.. ......... .JlS.We
15,187 Trizes, aiaouuting to 83,000.
Bank Notes cf sound Basks Uken at par. Checks oa
New York remitted for prises. Address orders for tickets,
or Certificates of rack sees of Tlcaes te
AN DtR.MJN A bON, Managers. Mscon.Ga.
ftff Orders lor TiekeU addreased SoT. B. ANDLiusON,
Box Ne. Nasbnlls, Teaa., wUl b prompUy atte-doa
M. AN DAstsOH A BUM, Managers,
Sept. 10. td Macon. Ga.
U. C. McMlKY & CO.,
ARE receiving aad otning dally, their Fall aad Winter
Sloes of Gooua. aud r the S6tb in-, they wiil be
aids le sxbilMi tbe largest aad nwl ee iraoie stuck, they
have ever tad the pleasure ef oCencg lo their lrieoos and .
tbs public, and v.ry re-pcctiuuy invite aa ssamauoe
la Oil Cloths, Carps ings, llwuse Furajahicf .and PUa-
tauon Goods, w e boa utwad to be eaoeiicd. V ataU .
keep the se aeparteou voy lull aud well seiscte a.
clilat C. MCNAUf A C0
rf r K Darbam Farm ChewM;
bas kotUih iHary i
li SAS W.
Far his fry
J. O. aOBEKTSON,
Til Till! LADIIaS!.'.
l MOWaitrU-s. L.e sir we.Jd ii'u:ty
u,. ZJZU ...i-'' - i .
'"V r- Jaw
DH. B. V00D, -
iV. SO Cherry frvet, j
nATIO bad scy reos kai.dv(8s!r
i.iiJ, t sb a Aia para le wa '
... i iimai. pJttuslgiul.ftsalAlHi ..
a ulf - ".. .aa to t f. is. . ,.,,! ,
t Jf ,ni.i.UuUrM, t hv-s superior stock o! Ihe
.uii.iur.sl ity .s of wrs cue 13
trJ-'.lT Mei'.v. , 1.