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Thursday Morning:, October 8, 1857.
OliiciaU uuiual furPublislaiug the
I'ost Office better JList.
A resolution w.s adopted j both Uousee yes
terday to provide for a Convention to-morrow to
count the toi for Governor. In the Senate bi!U
to aiueud the charier of the Franklin Cullege and
Stooe'a river turnpike compioy; to allow consta
bles to levy fear; ud to repeal the aastewmeot law,
parsed on first reading.
Iu the U,uie, tiilh to reslore the tippling !ni;
to repeal the county jude U; to repeal the reve
nue act of last session; to prevent useless up -nse
in" litijaiioii, Le., pissed on firH reading; and a
resolution appointing a committee, consisting of
Men-ra. Alg. e, Wilson and Maney o wait upon the
cl r-y of lh,i city and invite them to open the de
liberations of the House daily with prayer, was
The pro -ee.linps thu far in iic ite an eager de
sire ou the part of members to rid the statute book
of the County Jalgi and Assessor lawf; both o
which are more "sinned against than sinning."
This exhibition is attracting very pern rsl atten
tion, and is crow ltd every day and oilit from its
opTjin;? to i;s doting. Tti officers of the In.-titute
have been more fortunate than usual in procuring
rooms for the rxi.iaiiion. having three lare and
commodious room, in the elegant building lately
occupied by Ev .ns & Co. The contributions rane
brough ulmoAt ev. ry itpirimeni of art and mi
i ha'ii-m, and are generally of superior workman-
Lip ancf finish. We have not time, this morning,
t o into details, and will have to content ourselves
W in expressing our gratification at the complete
iccefs with which the mana.ers aud Contibutors
have ciowned ttie enterprize.
Work Fuspkndko We regret to Pee thai the
improvement b ing made on the wharf have been
u-p.nd.-l, owing to a deficiency of "metnl in ihe
tr-afury." This is an imoortant improvement, and
we trim thut our city fathers will see that it is
fpeedily purlied forward to completion.
TnEATKK. The entertainments for to-ni;ht are
the iomui.ili. tta of "The College Boy," and the
dram "More Blunders than One." Mr. and Mrs.
JoMi Drew appe .rin both pi.ee. which are very
Mi-s Logan in Sr. Louis. Tit.- St. LjuN Dem
ocrat of the 3 i savi :
Mi.- K 12 Logan's ben-fit ItPt night w a cru h
or. A dt iia- t-rod suirou-ided the entrance long
bt-fore the hour of oueuing, and before the over
ture cumnifi'ced, if at if ev.ry seat in the dri'SK cir
cle and paiqilette was ncupied. When Mi-ia Li
gm "pp.-ai.- J, h- n fiii. ly r--aeived, an i necme.1
higUy iJ. lihted with the Irl n Ily H.:a of heads l. -fore
ti.r. !he haa m tn v novelties, and lime of
h. r L- & piece- in preparttion, ..moi.h whicli is
liuy Mau.iering, iu Lich shj will plop ileg Uer
riKs. Thk Circcs. L-nt's great Circus will make its
grand en tre lino our city this mori.ing at al-out 11
o'clock, and will open at 2 P. M., on the oppoMte
eiie of the River. The free exhibition will come
off at the fMius hour. Tho?e who want to See the
astoninhin;.' feat of rolling a wheelbarrow up a wire
from the ground to the top of the mast would do
well to be ou hand punctually.
Open Our clever Iriends J. & W. Moore have
opened one of the neatest and most complete res
taurants to be found in the city, on the corner of
Cherry and Cedar Street, where day boarders can
be accommodated and meals can be procured at all
times during the day. Their labia will be supplied
with all the luxuries of the season, and fish and
game can be procured at all times. We were
present on Tuesday evening la.-t an J witnessed a
general distribution of good things, served up iu
superior style, and 1. ft aatit-fifd that whomsoever
may call can be satisfied without any iore.
Broadway Hot.l. We are pleased to see that
this house has opened under such favorable cir
cumstances. Mr. Branch, the gentlemanly pro
prietor, seated a largo number of invited guests
on Tuenday last, all of whom seemed well p!eisd,
and evinced their approbation of the good fare
spread, by indulgiug fretly aud wishing success to
Arrived. Col. Wood, the renowned Muenni
man, I. as arriv.-d with Vhnvg and Eng, better
known as the Siamese Twins, and is now op- n for
exhibition on College street, over Beech's rtore,
day and night.
Opknino Dat. Our la ly leaders must not for
get that this is opening day at the New York Mil
linery Emporium on Union Street. They are fond
of the benutiful, and there tUey will find the most
lovely hoi' nets and other adornments of the sex. We
have never seeu any thing more beautiful than the
arti I s which have there been held in reseive to
astonish an J he wilder the beholder.
Tni MitCHASic'a Fair. We learn that the fair
will wind up ith a grand ball, tickets to which
can bo obtained to-night. A glorious time for in
jojineiit to those who love to dauce. Go iu, and
make a n ght of iu
. Annual Fair of lite Te aneiaee "lair Ar.
riciitlurul Hureaut to be beltl on Hie
Fair UruiiuiU, near uuvlllc, October
12 to 17, 1837.
The Nashville anil Cliattanoupa., and the Tennessee and
Abihaina f:ai'roals will transport persona, and articles fur
exhibition, to and f- om the i r at half price.
A0CKS3 TO TIIK FA lit GUOUNDS.
The Nashville and I'hauauoutpt ltailroad run Train
from ilielr Depot to Ihe fair Grounds, hourly, during each
day of ih; week (f the Fair, carry..!; pasaeugera to and
from the ground fur tru end each way.
Knlriea nay te made in eui'h class up to 9 o'clock on the
morn ntf of the day on which the ar icle or animal U to be
ex ibited, with K. U. EibTaAK, hecrrtary of the llu can or
(ien. ti. I. xith. As. mlaui Secretary, one of ohoiu wdl be
at the Sccre a y'a lllce, on the (trounda, from S o cluck rui h
day of the Kair, ai d at ihe oflice of the liureuu, iu the l'o.t
Office Biiiliiiuj;, Nastivi le,at all oilier hour.
Vice lYeihh lit of the Hurcau, ami Acting lreIdent of the
Fair, S. Jt. ('(K'kkili, rt ; lie eral uprriu-leul, Cieu. It. K
Cutihm; Treaaurer, Col. T. b. Jchkhux.
I'mrphlet, contuiuiiiir a Llit of t'Oicer the I reinium
List, List of Jmlgce, and lh Ilegula'. iut. cf the lair, ure
publu-hcd lor general circulation, und may be obtained on
application to the Secrrtury.
Jud-e will le furnished Wilh Coiuplhueulary TickeU, on
application to the Scureury
The general outline of eucli day a exhibiUuu will be teen
MONDAY, OCTOBER 1J.-0PENING ADDRJd BY GOV.
JOHNSON, PRKAIDENT OF THK JJUUEAl".
Exhibition of Wovl-u Good Aldcn lietch, riipormtrndeuU
" C-tloa Fubrica Isaac C .Ni.botauu,
" Suk Fab ic It C. McSatiy,
flax and Ueuip (ioods-A. G. Adauia. "
" 44 Marble Work W. etockel', "
" Fine Arts-Da. Ad mi.
" " Atchiuciural De.ij;ua E. C Fosler,
" Piiutuig- F.llatfau,
Iu addition to the Prtimuui olfrred for tiii day, a heie
tuf ire puhllihed, the fallowing premium loffered :
For the let pir of llurtct driven Taudom, - flO
Judge W. Vance Thotupaon, J. C tiurch, aud J. B.
On thia day there will be iu exlutaiion of Washington'
Tl'KDAV, OCTOI'.KU 13.
Exhibition of Farm Product i. II. McGai ock,tup.r.ut'd't.
Fruit-J, It. llichc J,
" " R.;ea and Honey-T. Fannin?, "
" ' V oducu .! the Diary - K 0. Utmn, "
Iu addition to the rxhihiUt-tt uudcr the ioregolug head.,
ttieie will al i, ou th a day, be an exhibition, by Uei . W.
G. llardim, of hi auid of Ulod lloraea.
Tit foil j wing addttioual Premium U offered for th:
For tha bet four-in-hand team of Gel-Hug. - $10
Judge -Geo. V. H. Dooelaou, W. L. Mc.'ouuko, aud
- WKDNUOAY, 0CT0UE8 14.
Exhitdtlon of Agricuitarid laiplnuta J. Yf. llaodhoa.Eup't i
" Iron O. W. CuuiilngliAm,
Vttiele a4 Uibci Ak IJwb( "
The following premiuma.in addition to those heretofoie
published, are offered for thii day; trials to be made on the
trotting track outside the amphitheatre.
For the fastest pa-ing mare or gelding, under tbe
saddle, to go aepa ately, - . . ' - $10
For tbe faetrst trotting mare or gelding, under sadde,
to go separately, - . . , , . - - 10
For the best bairgy mare or eeldiner. . .. - 10
' Judges M. D. Davie, W. U. Polk, and Moses White.
THURSDAY. OrTORFR 1S.
Eihibltion cf Blood Horses-B. F. Ccekrill, Superintendent.
Roadsters John Roberts, "
The sweepstake premiums for Roads'er or Harnea
ftock, as heretofore published, are corrected to read aa ft
I. Bet Stallion or Colt, ..... $10
2. Bet Mare or Fil'v. ...... 30
8 Pert Breeding Mare cf trotting ftock, - - 80
Id addition to the premiums offered in these classes In the
Bureau a aaverti-ement the following is offered :
For the fastest trottinr Stallion in harness. - 20
Trial to be made on the t.ottin; trajk outsrde the am
Judge E. E. Harney, James Fullon, and B.J. HilL
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1G.
Xxhibition of Saddle stock J. P. Jchnton, Superintendent,
" Cattle John Harding, jr.,
" " Sine John Rains, "
" Sheep-Jo. Eilwards, "
In addition to ihe exhibition under the foregoing heads.
there will on this t'ay tea sale by Mark R. Coc.iUl, Esq., of
some of bis finest ttock of Cattle and Sheep
The following additional premiums are offered for this day,
tests to be aade on the trotting track, outside the amphi.
th atre :
For the best pair of Matched Car.iage Geldingi, $10
For the fastest trotting Mare or G lding in harness, 10
For the fastes! pacing Mare or Gelding, in harness, 10
Judges Dr. J. W. RicharJaon, Henry C oper, and W. 8.
PATLRDAY, OCTOBER 17.
Exhibl ion of Puu:try- E. R. G a-cock, Superintendent,
" Jack Stock James P. Johnson, "
" Mules Felix G. .McKay, "
Miscel aneous W. Siockell, "
In addition io t' e premiums in the foregoing classes, the
followir g are offered :
For the best 4-mule team, ..... 10
F-r the best 4-borse team, .... 10
For the best pair of fancy trotting mares or gliding", 10
On this day, the Importing Company will dispose of its
flt- ck ar auction.
At 2 o'cloc , there will be a GRAND CAVALCADE ever
the trotting tr of .11 the un.inais which have ta.en the
blue and red ribbons, aud have n t uecea ai ily been removed
fr. ra the city.
Concluding address by GOV. HARRIS. .
ttammering mi J mp-dinii'iitti of Speech are be
ing sue ts-fully cured, on scientific principhs by Dr. Jones,
at the .t. Cloud Hotel, in from one to two hours.
The Planter's Bank will open this mornlnp, 2nd
0 tober, at its n w B'ik'im IJouse for busi.nt-e,
corn -r of College and Union streets.
D WEAVER, Cashier.
Ost. 2, 18S7 lw
We are authorized to announce Musu SiaCLKTOK,
f'sy., a candidate for United States ten a tor.
t7 We are authorized to announce Jakks M. Hi.vtoh as
a cand date for thenfl of Davidsou county, at the next
$y We are authorir.fd to announce Joh K. Edmomdwih
as a candidate for fhei'ilT of Davidson county, at the next
tif" We are authorized to announce E. R Bigi.kt as a
candidate tor tlicniT of Davidson county, at the next March
irf We are authorized to announce A. Creele, as a
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
cot.vrv cot it r cl.i:iik.
ItT" We are authorized to' announce Capt John S. Ds8B
I i ix as a candidate for County Court Clerk, at the .March
HT We are authorized to announce Fki.ix R. Chiat
ram, as a candidate for re-election to the oflice of County
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
i-tf" We are authorized to announce Thos. D. Stogneb
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
C?5' We are authorized to announce Joh Rums a a
raniiidate for re-election to ihe othce of County Trustee, at
the ensuing March election.
J" We are authorized to announce T. T. Sackdkhb as a
candidate for the oflice of Cojnty Trustee, at the ensuing
fr We are authorized to announce Jit-srB. PRr aa a
candidate for Constable, in the Nashville District, at th
ensuing March election.
JTS)'" We are au'horized to announce Fi.nTcimR W. Hokn
as acandida'e for Constable in the Nashville District, at th
ensuing March election.
JOlliN YORK &, CO.,
Book Sellers, Book Binders and Blank
Io. 38, 1 it Ion MM ISukliville Tenn.
Madame Le Vert's Travels.
Ktliel f-owers a O-orfria B ok.
Spurgeon's Stiboii'i, 1, 2 and 3rd 8eries.
Spurgeon's Life and Ministry.
The PI inter's Daughter. A tale cf LouUiana.
Mess Side. By Marion Uariand.
Hidden Path. " " '
Alone. " " "
l ittle Dorrtt. Ily Charles Dickens.
Testimony of the Ko;m. By Miller.
A Chi l' III lory of Rome. By Bonner.
Ju.t received by JOHN YORK CO.
Fmerons Mspazine and Putnam's Monthly, for October.
Harper's Mayasine, ! T Ojtober,
Horper's lou nal of Civi lution.
LeflieV New York Journa'.
Porter's Spirit of the Times.
Sew York Ledger.
For sale by ep'80 JOITV YORK A CO.
HA6AN & BRO.,
So. ! 3Iain?t So. ( ITuion St.,
General Book Sellers and Stationers,
sin i: i ii i.x; ,i c i
Frank Leslie'! New Kami!.- Migasna, ti which la In
corporated the Cazflte of Fashion, for October, ju I re
ceived by oc.6 II AG AS BHO.
Harpers' Magazine tor October, just received by
aept'JS. II AO AN A BRO.
GODEYM LADY'S lilOK, F'R CCTOBER, filed with
Fall Fashions and other beautiful t najravlng, just re
ceived by 11 All AN a BRO.,
septSI. Market and Cniot its.
K E V 15 U U K a !
Or, TIME W ORKS WOSDKliS;
A Sequel 'o '"Hiroid Tr-v " ht J. F. Smith, author of
-I'u-k Trl.-tun," Ac.
By Marion HarUud, author of "Alone," Ac.
THGMA S JIA LOOM HE,
Or, I lie t urier, irllu;
ily J. F. 8xith. au bur of tiarold Tracy, c, Ac,
Till: RKD RIGHT HAND,
A thrillin romatfi of Indian Warfara; by Ned Bunl
Ine torsi by II AG AN k BKo.
i j: w books.
PKH I FAVE5. hy Fanny Fern.
TUiC FA Ttt OF Ttl K I'MOX. By a eonthcro.r.
THS bit'lTHf It CLERIf. A Tale of .NewOrieaaa.
Till PRISON Kit Of tUH iiKD".K. A Tai ef mi.
CAPTAIN MuLLV. i he Story of a llrare Woman.
GUY LIVi.NOirOS; Of, Ttoroouh.
U SIX A TRKLtvfNEIf ; t-r. Tljie V?orka Wonder.
MONS-eiuE. Py Mrl..n Harlan 1.
mtiuars loal adviji-u.
IVL'S fCRLilCAL CASE5.
IHiC TilA.NhSilVlMl. A nw ?in;'nj Book.
Fjral y CUikLU W. SMITH.
J 1 ( olirf siraaU
MORE NEW BOOKS.
ROS-8 ON hLAVlKY ; aro 4t BcMj j, D
1INT Lire W IHE ItcLT l AXD; W. C. Paiwa.
BOAT LIFE IN IOYPT AND KCBIA; W. C. ratam.
THS FimiuL'-liY tF MW VoRU UOA RHINO
CUlf-CHiT CF ULMOa, wit and anecdote.
bta.NAHI ULE; By Jaaa fuAa,..
TUK WORUi OWNj a Poe ay JLUM Wa Howi.
CHILE CON CAUEt oa, THE CAiir ASD TUE
LEMONS FiiOM T1U QKEAT iiiOCRAPUTj tj J.
THE HIDDIN PATH j 8 Mwoa UakLAao.
Hl.ru UAlX; By Fasat Faa.
For air by C'bARf.C3 W. SMITH,
P-1 . jf.i2,CUt;ct,
"W ho lias not heard ef Bus rUave'a Hol
la ud Ulitera? '
Simple In its eompo liion, pleas alI to the taste, and truly
wonderful In ita effect, lta popularity cannot be wondered
at. To invalids Just recovering strength, it U invaluable;
e-nising that toothing influence over the ntrvoussya
tem, and impvting that health and tone to the stomach to
tong.d lor by the convalescent," Iktily Enterprise.
ir.li.. - . . ....... i . . a C m r f b!1 Am
mm v . w w n'j ar Asa a.cpiieps J nun u - ..
l.lnti it.. l . . . .v.. n l....n1 .ri tips of
the secretive organs. Restore these organs to a state of
iiea i.n, i atcru activity, ina Vigo r, dj neniw
and IV. f n V '.'w& ..avnw.m. K. 1 1
UjA - tk. (.., T- GA LT.,.n 1 ana VW Vrtr V
..u . V. K . vaiC lirilimtal .HI J , . W. . J auauv. M aaaaiuv, w - -
and by all drogista, at 25e., C2,e., and tl per boa. 42
B BKCMiTisx Nscbalgia The agonies of Rheumatism
and Neuralgia are among the most acute with which tbe
human frame Is ever afflicted, aiid have heretofore been
found the ruort difficult 10 rnoe. Happily a remedy i
no discovered ty a h.ch the most obstinate eases can be
(mm d iately eurrd. This sovereign lemedy is E sago's
Arctic Lisimfst, for lie by Druggists generally. It is
onl rece sary for the sufferer to try ft, to be assured ef
Its efficacy. oct'lm.
Take Heed. Dr. Tilton has returned to the Mas
swsoit Hoase Chicago, where may be obta:nrd Old Dr.
James' wonderful and celebrated extract of Carnibi's In-
dica. His son ij-law, Dr. Thomas Tilton, will supp y you
with it, either perionally i r by exprts.-. It is a sure and
speedy cure of the worst cases of Consumption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Nrrvous Debility, Coughs, Cold.', and Fore
Throat. We know this to be a fact. Try it and live.
P. 9. By addressiog Dr. Tilton a Dote thrcu.h the Chi
cago Po.-t Office, irc'ofirg fonr stain: s,(12int-) a recipe
ill be sent in return, free of charge, to any part of the
Onion. Dr. TILTON,
aej-t 8 lm Sla'sasoit Hoc-e, Chicago.
AN IMPORTANT ITEM TO THE S0EVIV0RS0F
THE LATE WAR WITH MIXICO.
LacaktkbO H..S C, May 12, 1S56.
Pa. C. M. Tacko lMiir Sir: After my return from
Mfzico, I was seriously .Blicied with that lerrjble disease
which has carried to the grave so many of my frllow-
Idiers, Chronic Diarrl usa, accotnpauied ith Neuralgia,
brought on by the climate of Mexico, and the mode of
uwng, while eogaped in the war. The rel et 1 have ob
tained from the use of Uooliand's German Kilters is as-toni-bing,
and I most cheerfully have, and sti 11 cootioe
t r rummnid the Hitters to all who are similarly afiect-
ed, believ eg that the benefit that will result from their
use will be incalculable.
Very respectfully yours,
K . G BILLING ,
Late I i-a. of Company O.,
Palmeno Reg'c. S. C. Voluoteers.
fe sure and ak for HoqflawJ'a German Hitters, and see
that the sintare of C. M. Jackson, U on the wrapper of
each to tie.
For sale by druggist' and storekeepers in every town
and village in the L pited States, vveii Indies and Cana
daa. Price 75 cents per bo tie. Principal Gflice,41S Arch
streei, PhLadelpbra, Fa. cotl-lm.
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
IW men to enxaje in the tale of the most
popular selling Uooss in Amer ca. Invalids, mechanics,
tarmtrsand teachers, wi hing to travel, will find Ibis a
very profitable and pleasaul bu-ine-s, enabling them to
ee the countrv, and make money at tbe same time. A-
gents no v in the business are cleaiing from $500 to $1 50
er year. F r lull particulars and a list of Hooks, addreg
H. M. RL'LISON, Qieen City 1'i.blnhlrig House, 141 Main
street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living tast, D UCLI30N,
Fkver and Anus. Foremost among the various remedies
for this du-ease stands Dr. Ehalienherger's Antidote. A
few doses will cure any ordinary cafe, and one done Inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least
degree huriful to the nijutrin under any circuriielance,
and never produces the unpleasant e Sects that attend the
use of Quinine and other agent! in general use. It cures
every faim of the disease, and is the original and only An-
tidote for 3ItUtrit.
A-k fo.- Dr. iha lenberger'a Fever and Apne Antidote,
snd be sure you get pill. Pcld by respfctable Druggists
everywhere Price tl 50. Sole Proprietors, A. T. Shal
lenbkkqkk A Co., Roch"tpr, Pa. aub'4-8md triAar.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every Bummer and fall thousands of people die of Flax,
Cholera. Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case tor 75
cents, by the use of TUCKER'S CHOLESA 8YKTJP,
which has been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectua
remedy now in u e. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other epecific. A human life can be saved
n nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsaeby KERN AN . RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug
gisj. apr24 6m
105 MEDICAL PREPRATIONS
FOR THK CCltE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The underMgned, having been appointed sole Agent for
NaahTille, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended In ' Dr. Freese's Con bineo Pjsttm of Practice.for
Physicians aad Families, would rerrectfully offer them to
such of ourcitixt-ns as need a rttorati- to tumlth.
These preparation are compounded 'rom the recipes of
the n.ost celebrated Physicians ; nd Burgeons of Europe
and America, aud will cure every I noun difieaae, that is at
all within the rtach of ren.edies. These Preparations have
been tefted for eurs by Prr frsor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of onr country, in their daily practice,
and have betn found lnvriably effectual.
For further particulars, ee Dr. Frecse'" Combined Sys
tem of Practice, trge'berwith Cards, Poste's, Ao.
Both the Bock, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
i had of the undersigned, at his Drug Store, in Nashville.
JOHN J BE ECU,
No. 20 Pewanee Building, t ollege at.,
lunelfi 6m. Nashville, Tenn.
New Millinery Goods !
G It K AT ATTU ACTION ! !
MRS. E. LOCKHART, Agent,
o. 1 4, t'licrry Street,
It twren t nion an I Church
WOULD repec'f illy inform the Larfi-s of Naihvllle
and vie n tv that she intends to open on the l.t of
Ootober, the mo-t handsome atecc l
ever eihiblted in this city Her stock was selected in
New York in person where she regained a fufflcient
Ien u ttl of time to in k h.re f aquain'ed with the lat't
and most approved st ies, tie'ieving that her goods will
suit ail tastes she tnvi ea an esam.nat on before purchas
ing elsewhere septic laa.
VV. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
'It CAROXPELET STREET,
8ept5 M".V llltLLAIS,
nuLJsE Fin.MSIIIAG ILUIDWA R E.
Mo. G3 .TlHideu l.uiieT Mew Voik.
laroaTrra ako Ji bbshm or
CCTLEBT, FF.SDfcRd, TFA THAYd. FIRE tKONS, TIN.
NLDan i fc-N A XI t l.t D MOl-LjW WArlE,
FKENCit I IN N ED WARE,
ANDIIiOXS, KKY PN., COAl. HOPS,
I'LAN13iis.l JAPAStU PLATf.D k AMA WARE,
IraATi:i M'OO.'VJt Ai I OltKS
Juljlt 4m. n C3 Mai' ten Lane, New Tork.
a. r. Iicnn.
a. a. BASCatt
Produce and Co in mission Merchants,
AND ueale: in
CORN, "WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, &.C.,
Io. 7 Wniren Ulot U, Aiipustn, Ga.
V Particular attention given to the sale of all coa
sl;umenis. tnaytS 6m
a. o. smitm.
a. r. uiTuaia.
uao. j. aowLaa.
hMlTII, UUTIIIlli: & CO.,
FOREIGN AKO DOMESTIC LIQUORS
ASD AGSST roa TBI tALS Ot
vi itr. iMA a. i i;m.sm:i: tuiiacco.
No. 64 Mala 8'. , Between Second and Third,
No. S50 Front street,
CJttLlI C-ymf,Pio and ftnoa !., iiAis, Datae Fariv,
O Ac , and fills orders for arucirs of Ciacionn Froduce
aad ManuUctare protc! aad to best adv.niaj,.
jTlT. IIOITKIl COn
ad DtALias m
lAlivuors and I'rodncc,
so. ti. collide ErEirr,
BY THE IVATIONA.L L.I1YE.
Report rurcisaetl by the Associated Preaa.1
Kkw Oblkass, Oc?t. 8 Cottoo There was no
al-a to-Jaj. Waiting some mo t en, tut ia ex
change. It rained bard all day.
Halifax Oc. 1 The nfumer Niigara has sr.
riTed with Lierpool dates of the 26 h.
- Cotton Sales of the week 29,000 bale; of which
eppcolators took 4500 bales. All qualities had
flight. declined. Estimated sales on the day of
sailing (Friday) was 5.000 bales. Closed dull and
quiet. Stock of American cotton 206,500 bales.
Manchester adrices are unfavorable.
Borers demand a reduction. Bteadstuffa dull,
with a declining tendency. Trovisions dull. Beef
heary; ail qualities considerably decliued. CodsoLj
Nothing new from India.
Ilarrionn, Watson L Co., of Hall, England, hare
failed. Tbeir liabilities are very large.
The Emperors Napoleon aud Alexander met at
Stuttgart oo tbe 25th
Mexico has accepted the negotiations of England
and France, relative to the Spanish difficulty.
The Emperors of Russia and Austria are to have
a meeting at Werner on the 1st of October.
JCST received another lot of EHIRTP, warranted of
superior quality, aad at price to suit the times.
J H McOIIX.
BYICON AI STANDISG GOLLAKS.
AgCPEtB asortmentof Collars. Every at j le received
and for sale by
octi J H. MeGILL.
j;mKOIIEItEI MI HITS.
TF8T received a small invoice of handsomely Embroid
ered rhirts, made to oar own or. er, suitable for party
and wedding occasions.
oe.2. J. H. MeOILL.
A PEW best qanlity of Buckskin Shirts, received and
t. for sale by
ort?. J. H M-.OTT.T,.
Vil VaUl Sfc S-av W
VERT variety of teatonable IKDI RWEAS, all at
Tm.'lk MJ 1 IA I.' t-
J. H. MrnJU.
NTOOKSTU N IND CilAVATK.
A FIRST rate assortment of Scarfs, P toe is, Tie and
Cravats, every stle and color, with an endlcs va
riety of liaod-ome good.', received and for sale upon rea
sonable ter -ns by
j. h. itieuiLii,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishinir Store.
Oct. 2. corner of Square and t'olletre stree.
TTTAVK a valuable dwell nK house and lot for sale, near
tbe Public Sqaar", for which will 1 1 -ke the notes cf ny of
the Free Banks of Tennessee. Now is the lime for aon e
enterprising merchant to procure a cood ho-e, as I will
fr v & reasonable ti e, vithin which he can barter calico
lor the notes. Apply to
sepi80. A.V. 8. LIND3LET,
IC LSt'MED PAVMEN X.
WE will sell a first ra'e NEfl Rf MAN.pavable fn the
funda of the Exchange bank of M urfreesboro. Also.
three fine PIANOS for any of tbe Free Hank money.
octl. ItOVD OO.
A HANDSOME supply of Fall and Winter Goods, Gen
tlemens' Furnshsiog Goods and Clothing.
Also, a good ass-ortment of t lothg, Casimtre, and Ve' t-
i ng', all of hich will be made up to order in the most ap
prove! style, oy T.J. ttULiUii, 'gert.
septu. io. ii Cedar street, aihvilie.
IIAK (If ,ASUVILLE.
I HAVE twenty thousand dollars worth of real estate
which Iwiil txchange for certified Ohec's on the Bank
of Nasbv He, or tbe Dotei of the same. Also, will take at
par the notes on all the rree Hanks of this btate for Cloth
ing. The above is all city property, except one house and
lot in Edgefield. L. POWERS,
Ocl2 1. 81 Marktt street.
EXCHANGE BANK GOOD I!
THE undersigned has a larg lot of Boots and Shoes ,o
his own man ufacture, made up expressly tor the Fall
trade, wl icli will be sold at the n on reasonable pricea.
armers and others wanting a supply ol negro sl oes M I
do well to examine my stock.
Also in store and for eaie, Vio sices erst tate Slack
Harness Leather and a lot of pad skins, Ac.
For either Shoei or Leathtrlwill take money on the
Kxchaniie Bank at p r.
tr Ihe highest market pxce in cath ptid for country
siots. J. w. UAM1LION,
octi. 8w N'o. 9, 'oilfge fireet.
TO THE LADiEs!!
MR3. HOWERrOi, Union street, would respectfullj
inform ihe Ladies of Nashville, that she has secured
the services of Miss A. F. McCAHE, a superior Dases
Makkk, to superintend this department of her business
She is now prepared to have any style of Dress made at
the shortest notice, aad invites her numerous patrons to
give her a call.
Mrs, H. will soon be prepared open to her Fall and Winter
Millinery goods .eni2t 1 ti.
O: ACUlaS-CLIFTOM. "
Joseph Branch, Ea'r, and Narcissa Martin, Ex'x, vs. Moses
W. Wetu ore.
IN pursuance of the decree pronounced in the above
cause, at the May Term last, of thii court, I will sell on
SATURDAY, THE 8o DAY OF OOl'Olllitt Nt.Xf, at the
Court-house lot, in the city of Nashvilie, on a credit of 6,
12, 19 and 24 months, with interest, all that interest in tbe
parcel of real estate, known as "Clifton," which formerly
belonged to t e estate of the late George W. Martin, and
which is supposed to be about ninety three acres.
Notes with good security required of the put chaser, and
lien retained. C. D. BKIEN, C. A M.,
aug'Z7 id. Chancery Court at Nashville.
POSTPOM EM EXT.
The sale of the above property has be- n postponed to
SATURDAY, the 1 7 tl maiaut. C. D. BKIEN,
Oct. 3 - td. Clerk and Master.
1XST1C1 CTIONS IN VOCAL AXO JX-
S l it I, MENTAL, MUMJ.
1 R. AND MRS C. F. TliURSl ON are prepared to give
instructions on ihe Fun and in ocai. Mdfio. Les
sods given at the residence of the pupil, tor terms, Ac,
inquire of Mr. T., at Kev. J. T. Edgar's, fcouth hummer
,"eitl 1 lm. p
If AN 14. OF N AMI V IEEE.
WE have 46 beautiful lots in l-dgrfleld, between the
Gallaliu pike ai d Fatherland ttieet, hich we will
sell on ve'ry favorable terms for certificates of deposit on
the Bunk of Nashville. The property to be valued by
three ( 1-interested persons, who are fa mi iar with Kde
fie d property. N. HtB-SON,
oci2-lw. W. WHELESS.
r"HE Tennesree Marine and Fire Insurance Co-npany
X have tills day declared a d vidend ol $ I per share on
the Capitals too of said Company for the last six months,
payab e to the Stockholders fioui and after the 2ith inst.
A. W. BUTLER,
0ct5 8wd. Secretary.
TC?T rec-ived and for sale at No. 25, Union street, IS
J boxes choice Lemons.
8. J. CARTER. .
C"RKSU stock of Furnuhing and Fancy Goods. I will
1 take the Exchange out ol Muifrcetoro for goods,
octo. J. H. McGlLL.
w. raiLLira. wm oiaaoa. a. xuqi. i. moi, ji.
C. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
38 EM ON S l ltr.LT,
a. T. aiaTLarrr.
a. a m'ccmb. J i. " COMB.
BA&TLETT, M'COMB & CO.,
NO. 25 LEVEE & CO COMMZECIAL ST.,
3f ' Liberal earn advances made on Consignment.
atraa to: ,
W. H. GORDON CO., WAI. P. BRYAN, E?Qn
July V2 -8m. Naahville, Tena.
PHILLIPS & JEiNXINOS'
FOREIGN AHD EOKESTIC
BOCGBT EICLCS1TALT AT
Aire t:i o rr ,
N. 1 A 3 Hank M. below ?larltet
Between Second and Third Eta.
aus 9tnd trtw.
jou u. c.vnso,
Dry (Joods Commission Mcrchast,
ST. LOUS. MO,
ISAAC C. UESLT. Cuts.
Ju Moaroa, Cashier f aak of Teaneisee; A. HAataroa;
Mraa A t o.: J- Woon.
aouM, Caaisrr A Co Loa y sept 8 tf
IHTal U V A 1 W .
IOC1S A WALTOV, or Lootia Wlnsioa. a lUs'y, ctoct,
J b'gt aua'atia weasan ratvwy or w&s stoics trots)
Captaia Wilton's its thta vicini y) oa euoday Hithl UaU
TWO ETJNDEEO DO L LA US EEWASD
Will paid fcr her apprehension and delivery. If ar mated
at ot u.i eia.e; On tinted tl lakaa la iiu city mr
Louisa, wbo LetoRfr Col. Jora T. t!tn, cf Dtyvaa,
k Utiin.. rhoe f.wily is tDJirt tha fcaoBaarr it a
I kety , tntght b .:). u ai4 Si ai
a. wi.h a fcay so t ef bar, at airs tft, aa kt tsr
jw Uih, and her audsr Ja sr.lfdft aujfeLr.
AO It i cirtoiu.tar.cas telA lo ii.j t!i aba ts In lSchy
Ot s,-bl;M:. J.r.vALT0M,
N-h.;., (Urpt- IT, lT-t bv
Wheal! U heatH
ffHi: antrnrl tavtef 4et -r viisrAT, iti ft
I & ki(Krsi . ri ri.vb( at AlVraa A Ter
ra. otnuu r, asaar iri4 aa4 Ceik-( t.
.iltl tf. Coltun s4 trMia fctatcf
1 CLASS O U M a4 Li -hw aw ttar.tot
Xlaa.6J fUA tji.iu, Uli i CO
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
KASBTitxe. Oct. 8, 1SS7. f
There ia nothing doing of Importance in any of our mar
kets, owing to the state of monetary affairs. . t .
for prices we refer to our table of prices current, quota
tions remaining unchanged.
Arocirrs. Oct. 5 P. M.
WHatiT White Jt US1 20 per bushel; sed 0&
Cbarlestox, Oct. 4.
Whit The Vheat market has been much dnpreved
durioic the week, and although holders reduced their prices
so as to a low a margin for ship rnt 'o Northern markets,
yet there are n buyers n consequence f tha d thculty in
Ihe way of Exchange. We heard of one or two sm -II sales
of red eariylo the week at 1 ljgl IS as to quali y, but
during the past few days we ha e n t heard o' a sale, and,
of e urse, the value of the article ia altogether nomina .
Receipts of the week 10,400 bushels. Exported to Liverpo 4
84,170 bu he a, and toNw Tork 4,0C0 bushels.
Flopb The same cajse which has deprexsed the Cotton
ani Wheat market has also depressed the market for this
a. tide, and there have been no sales ouring the week ex
cept in a retail way to consumers at 664 for -uper an I
Extras in sacks and obis. For wholesale u-anoactious, pr.cea
a e entirely nominal, but we think thai If cah were in the
market, purcha ea could be made at 6 cents per bid under
the above tigorea. Kect-iiti of tte week 2,1'H) facks aud
2,916 bbia. Export to Liverpool 631 btli. Tj New York
Bscoit We have no material (change to notice in the
Bacon market Prices are perhaps a i-hade ea.sier os ng
to the stringency in money matters. We note small sale,
of Shoulders ai 14' 5 cents, and rides at 16.17 cu.
Hams are scarce. We quota i:l7 centa per ib., to
St. .Louia iTXa.rkct.
Er. Lot is, Oct, 3 - P. M.
f Ftoca Extremely dull. Pales 40 bbls country superfine
at 4, and to bbls ex ra at ) 2S.
Wain Dull. Sales 166 bags damp spring at 67Xc; 207
baga common fall and good sp-ing at 16c; 'ii bags piime red
at $1; 224 bags do do for currency at (1 05, and 13S bags
choice white at tl 06.
MASHYILLE WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT
AXS. I HIDK9.
UollinsCo.tUartford)13aW Jreen, W lb
U. Collins A other make
Mould Tallow. fc
Strained, V B) S12X .
Comb, ji lb tOai2X
S0a23c Carracass f W lb 1, 16&1 ,20
1SS14 Pig, V 5), 9c
Hard-pressed, Summer (.16 Bar,
40fii4S Sole. oak tinned. U Ih Rs.Jd
va3 iu uto. iairung, 4,"
Common Castings $ Jt) 4X5' Hemlock (a.38
Mill Cranks A Gudgeons 4 Harness, 86uiil7 Jtf
WagonBoxrs.9 tt 4X MOLASSES.
CHEESE. New Orleans, V gallon 72(375
Western Reserve, ft S Sugar House " 7.80
English Dairy, 44 none. GoldenSyrup 44 I 10
Cumberland, bushel a26 lOd, J1 keg, H3 75S 4 00
Seranee, bushel, 1S20 01L8.
COFFEE. Lard, $ gallon, 1 15
Java, vy fi 1S&20 Linseed 44 $11612'i
Laguyra 44 jl4 Sperm, " 2 25
Rio " 12018 Tanner's, V gal T5110
OOPPZR. do sup. ft pal, 125
Sheet, t, 40c PAINTS.
CORDAGE. White lead, in oil, per
Cotton, KC&ia keg 3 4-J2 0
Hemp Via Chrome Green, j) 9 t64&
Jute, 14 ?oanish Brown 44 4rtt6
Manilla,! H 1520 White ainc, 18)tfCsH
Bale Rope, 9C3.11 Brown, 8e
COTTON. Stone Color, loo
Ala. Ten. lb 1114 PROVISIONS.
COTTON YARNS. Bacon Hams, B 15ai
TOO lUe 9 dot do shoulders 14 4&1 J.
600 Ho 44 do aides. 44
00 l'2o 44 nog round,
100 13c 44 Beef, 44
4-4 Sheeting- c yd Pork, 44
Oinaburg 1214c Butter, 20(?t2
Tent Cloth, (3 yds Lard, 14-
wide40o Meal, 1 bushel 60
Tent Cloth, (7-8th Eggs, ias
Tarpaulin Cloth, tia&c !Carolina,fresh,sS -o XT
Twilled Bagging, 12Mal4 SALT.
Mariner'astripes, 14al6 Barrel, bushel, 40&
Denims, 16a25 Sack fine V bag, tl 0
ieavy Woolen Jeans, 40a45 do coarse 44 tl 70
Laidsor Linseys, 80a3S SEEDS.
Seamless bags, (4 60 $ doi, Clover, $9 60at9 00
latent machine, sewed, 40 Millett $3 60t4(o
)RUGS AND DYE STUFFS. Timothy, 4 60
Aloea B 86 Flax Seed, tl.00l 12
Alum, 44 66 Herd's Grass, 1 60
Assafcetida " 40 Blue Grass, clean, i no
Borax Crude " 85(40 44 " stripped, 1 (Ka 26
44 refined 44 8740 Orchard, 8 20i 6l
Brimstone, roll 44 &&6 SHOT.
' amphorrefined f(kgl Buck, 9 bag, 60
Cantharides 44 2,603,00 Patent, bag, 2 26
' Castor oil gal.,l SKS2 00 SOAP.
Jream Tarter, J S 4650Cincinnati,brown W t 8
. lips. Salts, 44 6 a 6 Turpentine Bar 44 (fbT
)um Arabic, '
44 Copal, "
Logwood gr'nd 44
)il Pepperm'ti 44
7i6 Castile Windsor 44 1730
American Blister tCXW
New Orleans, tt
do brown 44
2 7&t3 OolCrushed. 44
lb $2.002i2,50;Powdered, 44
44 6c I SPICES.
44 IX Ginger Race S
4 8560 Cloves,
44 80 jPepper,
44 60 SPIRITS.
Liv Geese, 8 lb,
HacxereI,No 1 Db'
IBrandy French gal2,505.r'O
4wat do American" 4 (ilTt'C
iRum, Jamaica, 44 il,2Mfol,t0
Done ; do American, 44
Gin. Holland. 44
5 f06 00, do American, 44
H o"m ii ilaskey,
Fine, 3 75a 00 TALLOW,
FRUIT. Rendered. lb
Raisins, box, 11,00(4 60, TEAS
Almonds, J tb.
20 Imperial. lb 60afl.CO
A j.ples.dried y bush.
Peaches, 44 44
none.'Gunpowder 44 604675
none. Young Hyson 44 40&60
none. Black, 44 tl 00
8035 Namissa P. Faunders' 8082
Nectar Leaf, 6 oslpa. 8&.
Window 8 x 10, bx 4Hi(&4,50 I XL,
S 44 44 8"CsE3
do 10 X 12, "4 4,25ct5,W FK, 8 44 44 StKSi.SO
do 10 x 14, 44 6,&l(a6,00 G. B Labby, 8 44 44 V.cM
'J. Randolph, 8 4 4 44 25;t.VH
6iV4g75'H. Morgan's nutmefr, !5io'.'T
t5'T,6(l H. Morgan's 7 oi lump i.'Ki.Ci7
40 John Lyon's Cherry, S.(ti-
Wheat, 9 bushel.
Oats, clean 44
4434J. C. Horn's 60s. lp., S5
( Know Nothing, 80
1215 Lanprhorn A Ar'd Jas River to
none. Virginia twiat, W lb, HCtiii
Kentucky 44 ltta20
Leaf, 44 6ai5
Baling, V tt. !5a30c
Manilla, p S, none.
Amer. dew rotted lb ....
44 water-rotted 44 ....
Bar, common, $ H
Hand, 44 ICblk
Hest boiler! ron 4 7H
Pig, yton $303i
Cider, pal., 10; V bl 4 50a5
Madeha.W gallon l,50a2,H
Sherry, 44 2,OiViil4, 0
Malagaiweet" 4jX.l 2
Port. 44 tl.ooC.
ChampaRne '"Wdos tl2v.t'.'3
Common , S0!5
Fine washed, S5&80
WARD & BIRMINGHAM.
No. 7, Cedar Street,
HATE received their ltck of 'ALL AND WINTER
GOODS; eomprining Cloths, Casstmeres, Vesting-,
and a ycoeral araortroent of (-ieotlemen's yurnUhing
Goods, and will be pleased to wait upon tbeir old friends
and tha public gmeral y. septs lm
C. D. BENSON & BRO.,
WHOLSbALI ASD SSTAIL BB1LIXS II iU KlIM VT
Musical Merchandise, Tiano Fortes,
I.ROM the elebraled manufactory of Grow t Chrslo
pher, N. V., and tbe best sletodeons now nsed in tbe
Lntied Si a tea, manufacturtd bv Oaorg crince A C.
Attention cf the public ia called to ovr large catalogue ol
the laleat pubbcatioos of Muie, Music Koo.a and luitruo
tor of all kinds. Aiao. cur fine stock of Guitars, Violins,
Violinoeil js.aod Bao j Sinns In f e, every th ng ia the
Masacallnilrsment imacan be foui.d at
W vsoeetfo Iv invito small aoantry dealer. Teacher
a"rd Schools, to giva as a call be lor pacWicg Isewbvre.
P. H. All kindaof Uusic.l Inatrnwent rej airad at No.
SO l.'nion street, first door from Col ege.
JIcCLURFS 3IUSIC SALOON,
OF those jtutly tltrati Pianos, ef Btelnway At Boo,
A. II. aie at Co., and Soebbeter A eaitb, of Mew
Tork, to which lb aU'Otion of purchaaar a tovi J
Also, the largeat aasortmcat of Hiteet Xliiato, Matk.
Boos-, Violins, acoardeons, I lairs, CUroonei a, Ftageo.
I u. Drama, and Bacjis, ail of which will ba a" id at tbv
Joveai raiea. If yo Q b-trffat aad tie tt ssastcal
lastmmcot, oab at (tha IJ ataatui P'ore,) So. 4, Lmoa
nrfei. JiMU A. MoCLUBJL
N. B. 1 have every si a aad pattern ef Mekxleona, an
il 'act a red ey Carhatl, Needhaia A lo New York , wcicn I
cU at tbeir reuU prxes. Aiao, a large aaaonmeat. of
feather Dastera. J. A. ai.
Royal Havana Lottery.
T'HC seat ordinary arawir.g of the Koyal Havana
Lottery, conducted by tie ep Ua Gevernmeat, aa.
der the aepcrvuuea of the Ca Ueccral of Caba, tU
take place at iiavaaa. ea
Tliursdar, October loth, 1S57.
artea Susaaera ASS Urstlaarle.
Capital lrl.e Holls.
Fr. ef -
1 13 "
i AjrsimaUi.oa to the iCv,CX', ef 4-u eeh; ofte
4 ef vl to W.'JW, of t ' 4 ef . to 5.
Whole Tick rut ; Halves 10,
Prim e3iel at eiffei at 8 pt eeat diautaat.
iiai ea tbe N saavuie city ask taaea ar pj.
A 4rartng iUM!arvrJt4 liiMaiiiii resn-tttasifaaal
k;1jc,.-i suii!cticBi iMttwj Dos tonEtr.rr,
icn.r ftf t-i "c-t. Ctr(.i5. . C,J act' tk til el
0-..-. l.CT, eul I a.t3 i:4 Ott. I a4
City Building and Loan Association.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY.
BT VIRTUE Of A MORTGAGE, with power to sell, c.
executed by Edward Lawrenee to the City Buildme
and Loan Ass ocia'ton of Naahville, which mortgage is of
Record in tl.e Register rfflce of Davi-ison county in Bnok,
No. .'3. pa.ee 2, 1 will expose to Pnbfic 8ale, ai Ihe Court
Honse vard gm'e. In NaahviUe, on Patarrtay, the 10th day
of October eet to the highest bidder for t ash, the pr p
erty conveyed in said Morigtjte, known as Lot No. 10 and
part of Lot No. 12, of Barces' plan of Lot, bejtiDnins; at
the east rorrer of Dickon's Lot on street, rnn-
ninfc eastwardly on said street fory feet, theDce at r git
angle with said stw-t, northwardly, one bundrtd ard ten
feel, 'o a ten foot allev. thence we tward y wiih aid allev
forty feet to lick-on north corner, thence souih
wardly one hundred atd tea feet to the beginning; oo
wl ich there is erected a good double Brick tenement, to
gether with other oi-t boures.
The right of Redemption is expressly waived in said
ept 2S-.Itd SAMUEL BEAT, Treasurer.
Tlie White Property
AT PCULIC S ,C
ON TrK5DAY, Vrs Of SOVEMBCS NEXT, I will sell
to the highest bidder, on the premises, tha' valuable
property, now occup et and owned by M s. WiNirass
hits, situated in South Nashviile, opposite the Uaiver
sity, fronting on Market street 111 feet to an alley, and
extend ng toa- k to College itreet, 2SS feet, core or less,
making two roots.
Tie house is a two story brick, containing ( larre rooms,
beaioesa Hal!, and a two story porch in tbe rear, and all
necetsary out-buiidings. This propertv i ihe irot-t beau
tiful, and at tbe same lime most valuable, situated in that
poriion of the city, for a private residence, and ha all
tbe advautages that any other property ha in ar y por
tion of the city. We would earnestly request tho e in
want of a residence, to give this an esamination bifjre
tbe day of a.ile, aa we are confident they cannot auit them
selves be.ter. NoMiirg we could say in its behalf, in an
advertisement, would Indicate what it really is. Go and
see for yourselves.
Tirxs or haut. I1T-0) in cash; balance in 1, 8 3, and 4
years, with interest f. out date, good security and lien re
tained. Jfor further particulars enquire of
a.. R. GLAIOOCK, Agent,
Oc 5 id. No. 67 Cherry street.
VlOUli 1IOUSC ton SALE.
On Ilroad Street, 2nd door from College.
U,'E are ofTeii.-g for sal-, cheap, that ralua-ArS.
ble Store House, situated on Droad ., anilT-i3
adjoining the Mioe Store of B. R. Cutter, ii door l
from College sueet. This is a desirable Lusiness
?tani,and well adapted to business of any description.
It will pay 10 per cent npo the purcbae money. Come
q iick or ycu will lose a bargain, For part cilars enquire
of K. K. lili ASO th., Agent,
wf. o 67 Cherry .treft.
Valuable Tract of land
O F5IDAY, 2(a OF NOVEMBXR, 157, I wiU offer
THE TEACT OF LAND,
on which I reside, containing 350 Acrrs. The land
ies li miles ei of uondietsviJe, with a good read out
io the turnpike. A boo ' CO acre are cleared, tbe balance
is in timber. The Nashville and Henderson Railroad,
which wiilkoin be in operation, will have a depot in God
ietsv lie. The lind is well watered, and ia finely adapted
to the grown of blue grass. Ao person wishing to make
a Stock Farm, will flnu ii well suited in toil and position to
As it ha. a number of never failing Fprings, it Is capa
ble of being divided into a number of .mall farmr, u
One T-aet of 50 acres, 80 acres e'eare J.
One Tract of 50 acres, 'ii) acres clearei.
One Tract of about 70 acres.
One Tract of about 45 icres.
One Tract of about 6n acres.
One Tract of about 75 acres, with the dwelling and Im
provements 1 will sell the land all together, or in parcels to suit pur
chaser. Any )-er"n d.'sintg information, mar ai ply to
K. C. DltAKE.or to the tubscriber on the premises.
Persons desiring to purchase privately, may apply at
any time betore the day of sale.
Twins: One third in hand, the balance In one and two
eari, ith Interest from dale, and a lien retained on tha
land. ep 23 td. L. B. WOULFOLK.
Valuable Farm For Sale.
1"UE tract of Land, am rounding the Bellefonte F
Depot, on the Memphis Charleston Railroad, Vv
la offered for rale. It contains about (90 acres &.t-
from 110 to 21 0 cleared, the balance beavely tim- -bered.
There is a good spring of neverlailicg waier; com
fortable Residence, good outhouses, Ao. Ac, on the place.
Any perron wishing to purchase land would o well to ex
amine the advantagea poaaea-ed by the location of thia
tract. It pmseasea a good rattle range.
Terms liberal. If not sold privately before Tuesday, the
20th of October next, it will on that day be told on the
premises to the highest bidder
At the same time will be sold the Hogs, Cattle, Corn,
Oats, Farming Utensils, Ac.
September d,1657-lm J. I. 8AMPLX.
Refer to W. T. Sample, at the store of A. J. Duncan A Co ,
Knoxville Whig publinhone month, and send bill to this
Fine Stock Farms
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Lying in the coufity of Warren, immediately
on the Stage Road leading frcrm Murfreen
boro to ilcMinnville, 9 miles from the
latter place, and within 1 milet of
the Mancherfer and JUcJUinn
OX TUESDAY, OCTOUElt 2711), 1 65T.
I wi:l offer 'or sale, on the premises, to the Mghest bidder,
about 7000 4 ere of excellent land in Warren county.
They are gently un 'olatlcg, and the portions not cleared
studded with fine oak, poplar, hickory, walnnt, and other
description of timber, producing mat In abundance.
Charley's creek, an unfailing stream, rurni. hlng an abun
dance of water, rons through tbe centre of them, and
there are. In addition, twenty fine fprings scattered
through thrm. Tlie soil la well adapted to th cultivation
of Corn, Wheat, Oata, all the small grains, and domestic
gras'es. and l l compare favorablv wiih tle beat Warren
county lands Producing grass spontaneously, In abun t
ance, there is no bettrr range for cattle and sheep In the
t&te. A portion of the lands are hrproveO, there being
some eight or ten cultivated farms, with cottages, opon the
tract, independent of the beautiful residence of Mr. Glas
cock. The whole body of thtm ha-, however, been
recently surveyed and laid ofl la small tracts, containing
from 100 to W"' acrrs, and fronting on a publio road. In
point of society the location ha many advantagee;
ctiurehe, arhools, and mills err convenient, and tn Man
chester end McMinnville Railroad, which is but seven
miles di taot, affvir an outlet to market. The towt of
McMinnville, the county seat, is but nine miles off, near
which it ia believed the great Southern University, to be
eatablisLed under the auspices of tbe L'ptucopal church,
will be located; thus enhancing the value ol alt the land
in the neiKt.borB.oed. The celebrated watering place.
Beersheba, ia bu I 2- mi'ea di-tanu .The bealthfulnea ef
this port. on of Middle Tenneae is proverbial, it it tbe
tumu r retreat of nun. hers of persons from the Sooth.
This sale will afford an unuunlly floe epportuni'y to
'hose deMrcus of purchasing stock farn a, in one of the
beat ire ions of the State, and It 1 hoped th at all such, as
well a thoe who may wirh niareiy to obtain a place of
refuge from the heals of summer, vili examine these
A free Barbecue will be prepared at the Big Spring,
head of fharlcj'a Creek, for the accommodation of all who
1 cr 8li. One, two, and three year er d ft, for
note wilb approved security, and a lien retained.
Peraons d siring further information, will address Use,
(latcocki McMinnville, Tenn.: or,
K. R. GLAKCOCK, Agent,
PeptlZ. No. 67 Cherry St., Nashville, Tenn.
HOI SK AKULOT IUU KALE.
1I7K are offering for sale, privately, a two tory "
V V brick house, Mluated on Cherry street, Poutb "j
Naahville. The house remains sis room ia ' - -main
building, besides kitchen, servant1 room, carr age
bouse, aub e, r al in good order. The lot front 70 feet,
and rjna rxfck 14H feet to an alley. We will give a baigain
in this propet ty if application ia made soon. It is situated
in a thriving tuition of the city. For particular. enquire
of . . CLAHCOCK. Agent,
augl3. No. (7, Cherry street.
. We have, also, for sale Lou No. 17,18,19, SO and SI, In
Lincoln's plan of lots, opon which is a frame dwelling
hniur. These lota will be sold to suit purchasers, o ex
changed for country property, or food mule, at lair val
uation. We will give a bargain.
ALSO, Lot No. 8, in 11 ou ton's, liamphrey'sand Martin
adJuion to Nashville, framing tbe kaiiroad Lepot. Ibia
lot is 4s feet front on Franklin .ireet, and 150 feel deep to
n alley. If ytu want a bargain, now ia your time.
L. &. GLASCOCK, Agent,
auglS. No. 67, Cherry street.
HOt E AND E T tOIt MALE.
IAM ofleriog for tale, privately, a House and Lot,
situated on Broad street, a few doors above Sum- I , j
mrr. fronune 81 H feet on Broad, running baek 165i ..
feet to aa alley. 11 boose contains I rooms ia the n.a.n
building, with Kitchen, bath-home, smoke-bouse, Ac We
wi l give a bargain in the above roperty. and eor teres
shall be easy. . R. OLAtCoCK, Agent,
junelS. No. C7. Cherry U
IIOl'NE AND LOT IOU SALE.
I HATE a beautiful Hons and Lot on Crawford . ,
atr.ei. ail io good order, ehich I am Instructed fN
to cell positively, loose io want of a tome, cheap. I ,
would do well to call oo me soon. If not sold wnuia a lew
day. private,,. -ul be ---.j""
j cn ell. No.7 Cheiry st.
Charles S. Cblllreu t al vs. Morgaa Taaoe t al.
IN par.aance of the decree proBoaaexd ia the above
caass, in this Court at ib May Term teat, I will .4 II at
tb Cuurt boute lot m that city, en M KDAT, T11A Has
DAT Of NtiVtVlBKB NT,a eeruta let en te tvooth.
wntifl ef Coii'g atrcet, and at tbe corner el FraeHi
trtct,in gji.tli N bvu-e, f.ontmj ea Colwf sustl IbO
fctt, and rutin in (bare 149 tret to aa aliey, en hits la
srta-itcJ a b'ica Dwelling Uooae, formerly occupied by
lienrr A ley.
and, a: so, en other lot la Boatlt Naahville, en Market
strc.t. and at the crocr of Frso.lia street, fj.co.ito tbe
f pub FcVml-hoaee. Thia lot lieBtt 8s ft ou Mr .at at,
and I an bae to Colvgeetreet, anil U a ast o.4 we klOTgaa
Veace by John fttxoa.
1 iiu-Oua end tea year esedit, Vila interest fr date
Bote to be well secutsa, taea reuioe-J, aad Mie tree c ua
redaiopitan. C D. B1UK, C. A M.
octt-td. Caancwry Court at Naahvtile.
I'ATV ClaO'VlllXG STOU-V
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND AV1XTER CLOTHING.
HAVE just rveied a li'M at! eiteasJre Stock ef
FALL AD lflt Oviwiis. Vttcaa eBulofdw
fcr Chu oa ti- e-t bJ'.-e, at prices fjt via l
Oa ,,rl f r.Ell'V MADE CLOTUIN-I.t aow
. .. koi u.a.it' aoJ Buy's wer, auJ w4
Or&t t Me t caitT geasrtj !.: ta a.l
lve a c'-i.
,utl3 Sa. M. fTL2SACtlfc'Ra Agt.
CMLOttt.I Mllli IS-Jaet rveeirisJ a 8aa
kmwk.1 U CUr-l firu, U.(S stl. ! r-
L0T cn Cherry street. South Nashville, nrar the
Baptist Cl area, oc which there is a small Kratr Ten
ement. The let fronts TO Icet, ia ISO feet deep. Arr'J
epti8. . A.v. 8. LINDLr-T.
rpHE Knttedge property can be rented antll first Jana
JL arv, 1S5. Poaaessioa given lanaaediately. Apply te
ep'2t. T. g. UND8LkT.
TWO handsome Lot In Edgeaeld, on Woodland street.
The Lou front ftd feet each, and are liU leet deep.
A. T. B. UNDBLtT.
A Valuable Business Lot for Sale.
T AM now offering for sale that valuable Lot Market
'treetsd. fining the at re of Mmris A Mathews. The
Lotftontit'i itet on Market and ran back lu7 feet to
wards Front stretl.
It would make one ef the beat stands for a whelctalw
Grocery 8iore in he city. For terms apply to
P"tf- A. V. 8 I.ISDSLtT.
A Heat Dwelling House for Sal.
SITUATED in Cdgefleld, oa the Gallatin Turnpike. For
for'her pariicuiars apply to
leptll. A. T. 8. MSDSLtT.
THAT valuable Dwelling at the corner of Cedar and
Summer strceU. Tbe lot fronts IS feet. The Dwell
tn . larr- arTnmmodicDe, and there i a fine oflice oa
the lot. It 1 one of the moat desirable locations ia tbe
Valuable Business Lot at Public Sale.
ON THURSDAY THS 1st Of OCTOBER NEXT, at 11
o'clock, A M., on th premises, I will sell that valaable
Lot at the corner of Front and Clark streets, adiolnlng the
ware house of M. 8. French n. The Lot fronts SO feet
on Front street and to on C art.
Tinas : -A credit of one, two and three years, for note
payable in Hank, bearing Interest, satisfactorily endorsed
and a lien retained. A. V. 6. LINDt-LK V.
K. K. (iLaaooca. Anctioreer. acfiA.
Vuluuble Frte-Soil Lot for ale.
I AM now oSerlng for salsa valuable Building Lot ea
ftprure street, near the corner of Broad. The lot front
sixty-six feet on frproce, U on hundred and fifty tee I deep,
with a convenient alley In the rear.
This property Is exempt from taxes for tS year Irons 1st
January next. This exemption is of more value than te
usliy accorded to it, aa not only the grounds ha all lm
prov meots ererted thereon, but free from taxes. The
aving in tbe item of taxes will more than pay for the
ground and all improvement. This lot ts also situated la
a part of the city that ia now being rapidly filled up wiih
fine dwelling and private residences. Terms reasonable.
Applyto July 80. A. Y. P. L1N1 SLIY.
a. NEAT ItESIDKNCE IX EOUEI-'alCLO
8 now offered for sale at a bargain. The LotXt
fronts 62 feet on Woodland itreet and 170 on j ;';j
Minick. The House contains four good rooms, goodTw
cittern, Ac. The bouse ia new, boilt of brick and the
situation one of the best in fcdgefleld. Will be to d low.
Apply to A. V. S. LTNDtLIT,
nncia. 8 College xreet.
TEE CHEAPEST FB0PEETT.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
XAm now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Pproperty, on College U ill. Immediately opposite the
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. Tiooat. Tbe
Sot fronts sixty feet on Market. street, with the same front on
College. The House ia large and commodious, and tbe
whole, at the price I offer It is a great Bargain.
Ciaibornes' omnibus has practically moved College II 18
right in'o the Public Pquare, and any one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business would do well to look at thia
propety. Call on A.V.8. UNDSLaT.
Apr. 80, "57 man.
A LOT in South Nashville on College itreet, beyond the
Medical College, fronting 60 feet, being the Lot oa
which Hives' Carpenter chop formerly stood. For sale
cheap. Apply to A. V . LINDtLKV,
marc li'.i 6 83 College street,
. ron SALE.
AVABDABLE LOT in Boulh Naahville, corner of Sum
mer and Oak atreeta, fronting 120 feet on Pumme r
street and 170 on Oak street. Will be sold aa a bargain.
The Gas is now being carried op in front of this Lot.
Adplylo A. V. 8. LIND8LET,
marcbSO S3 College street.
PURSUANT to a decree - of the Chancery Court, at
I larksville, in the ease ol Tho W. barkidale, and
others, vs. Fbilander Priestly, A. V. S. Llndsiey, and eth
ers, 1 shall on Monday, tbe 12th of October orxt, at the
Court house, in Nashville, at S o'clock, sell to th highest
bidder, three Lots In Hay' addition vo Nashville, a credit
of 6, IS and 13 month, for note aatiMactoniy secured,
bearing interest and a lien retained.
A. V. 8. LINDSLET.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
rAM now offering for sale, on reasonable term, the
liouse and Lot at the corner of Broad and High sta,
formerly owned by the late Martin New. Applv to
Jnly8. 88 College street,
TOR SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
I AM offering for sale a most desirable residence en Ham
mer street, in the 7th Ward. Tbe Lot front 8o feet by
170. The House Is new and neat, contains 5 rooms, kitchen,
servants' room, smcke honse, dairy and stable. Tbe aaa
has just been carried in front of thia Lot. I know it to be
a bargain. Applyto A. V. 8. LIND8LET,
June'0. 88 College street.
THOMPSON & CO.,
5J COLLEGE STREET,
NEW IMPORTAtFOxXS FOB FALL
COXSISTIJfO Ilf PART OT
Rich Brocade Bayadere "ilk;
44 Broratelle Artique do;
44 Velvet eide Maria ImperUh,
4 44 Double (kiru; .
44 hrt che Mot a Antique;
44 Velvet Flounoed Kubea;
Bayadere Silks of all'Grade.
A SELECT STOCK Or SVXXIA'G SILKS,
Bayadere Double Ektrt.Slde Stripe aad Flounce.
SIDE STRirE DELAINES.
Rich Kobe Dechambree for Ladles and Geotlemea.
Uelalae of aII klnda.
SIIAWS, MANTLES, SCARFS, ,Jt,
- BICU CUKNILI R FHAWL8,omothlng new
Vll.VET MANTLCb, Dew cityle:
44 44 CLOAKS, - 44
44 CLOTHS 44
tSCARFd OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS.
Laces and Embroideries.
Aa entire NEVT STOCK, ernaiatlng of all the latest style
to the market.
Great Job Embroideries.
CARPETS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, AND
llouee Furtilebtug: Gel etf at It klnda.
With on of the best aaaorted etoek of Do met Lie Good!
la th market,
Aug. SI. TIIOT1PSOX Az CO,
WEEELEE. & EVESETT.
ilCtr 1UIIB. - a mt
ILL pay for Bounty Land Warrants ef all denomina
tions. TWO FkM CENT. AbWVJt MARkET fRiO.8.
.ma October )6tb. we having a targe amoant to deliver at
that time, (lead then along. The following are the latest
e, soia ttoo :
lfrJ swree.......... ......... ... ......
t0 44 V-4
Parties aeoding Warrant b mall, will be paid the mm
a Uivogu they acre pereoaall present. Draft remitted
by retuia mail. Addrwa
WBEELER A EVERETT,
Brokers, New York City.
New York, AegastlS, 1S67. aagXl Sm.
AYOO'O and likely negro Woeaaa, who is a good fcoeae)
aerva.nl. aVaejiura al thuemee. sep iS.
r. a. I sTau. a. a aaaaocsr. a. at. taoanto.
BEETHOLD, BEENOUDY & CO., -Coiisioa
and rorw&rding Uerc3iitsf
A ta aa ta
Bop, lafsw. J-txca tvsd rionr,
Km. 134 eceut lrrel fsalnt Leult( Fie.
TsT Cobfgomeata of Coathera Produce rearived
aad prowpuy aiteaoed la lay It iriwAwly.
KL.MLCIiV PLl.MXQ miU
at. a. a to.
t. L. (lawpaaao.
MAYO, HENDERSON & LONG,
EUILlEnS AIID COriTHAGTCnS,
SASH.DCOR AND TENITIAM RtlXD FACTO RT, PI.
Birr. !ul aad Lamber VtpM, EigbtR -. 6,M
. U, C e.trai RroaA 'I.; " w IMort.
Base, Vioawiag. JaaateU, "4 J j ?
Joard. il ever, aiy ty ad Ua ckujaa Vm
ai.e la. auk la-b, rgb- FaUd aad Gia4
-rys Xi -
SHEtT P'mJm, Elrka, Nut., Wsihwi, Ax, Oaat Pack-
EIIE U USELESS IQLM r JIAMI.
f 'H AT valuable betiaea aoa.e preperty, UcLaehliaa
i, (Mtir, rreauug u feat r4 atri aad lju est
Ctiiia, U in (K.4 to b bacd tr a Ures oi er, ts
fmJij -r f.ri ae wiU ioipxate t , by baiic
ih tr-ja a j J btuie.a. avu. or toiivM.
frr.KPt li-irUj la b-e are thttted to Cle srritUa ire
' put. w.-is t's derjj ord , t a ill give farmer bw;j..
w ta at-; .u.t.sa at t. vd.
CD. BS1SN, C. A M.
euj-i-. ' C4of y CVuri at Na'ii:. -