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Satnrday Morning-, October 10, 1857.
OfliC4AlJouiiial forPublialiing tlie
Post Office better List.
Tlie mechanic' a?sir.
We continue our notice of articles on exhibition,
by lurther mention in the d'partment of inauufiic
tureu &e. And as we enter the Hall again, we
Cannot forbear to notice more particularly than we
have done, the eplcudi.i Llose Carriage of Broad
Street Fire Corrpiov No 2, of this city. This beau
tiful piece of mechanism was built in Phil idelphia
for a Cincinnati Fire Company, and was considered
by them bo superior, tint they sent it to the
Worli'a Fair at Loudon in 1851. It was greatly
admire i there, and received a premium. A'Vrits
return to the United States, the Fire Company to
which il belonged, became involved In a difficulty
witu the iiiunicipal authorities of Cincinnati, an-d
the Company was voluntarily disbanded. Iu die.
poeiu" of their outfit, numerous applications were
made for this cnriige; but an it happened, Capt.
Stockell of Broad Street Company, having once
been Capuin of the Cii cinnuti Cotuputy obtained
the pref'Ttoee and purchased it for the turn of $2,
000 .500 lees than was offered by others. Thin
brief history will show in what etiolation it has
beeu held herever it hag been seen.
We otuiited yesteriiay to met, lion the entiles of
hardware by alcCMI, Va tiller & Co., which are ex
cellent; alto those of J. Thompsuti & C. Lanier, do
mestic eoods, wLich art alt-o most crcdiubl , to the
Mrs. C. W. Crock-tt'a home-made carpet, cover
lid and jeana, are very, much admired. '1 he piece
of 'Catsup," bi tter known, we believe among
the l.idies of dom stic turn, as "sister cloth" we
Lave never Been quailed.
Ia millinery, Mrs. Mary Conway and Mrs. Lock
hart, present lovely specimens of their art. They
Certainly underi-Urid their business Jose p i Luui-Bt-au,
and Urban Ozanne, each show their tkill, in
the making of Wis and the other branches of hair
work The latter has a specimen of the ladiV style
of wearing their hair in the time of the French
Empire, which ta tracts marked attention.
Without asrigning them to a separate department
we may here mention some natural sp-cimms not
Included in cabinets of curiosities amotg which
aro Iron Ore from the Tennessee Iron Woiks sev
eral of Marble by Dr. Jillson Corals from Georgia
and Fossil Wood from Vicksburg, Mississippi and
a rare specimen of Ditive Sulphate of Copp r, from
the Ducktown copper mines, in Virginia, not far
from the Tennessee and North Carolina lines.
Among the curiosities, which meet with atten
tioii from every visitor, tlure are several Cabinets,
all beautifully arrang. d, and containing some rare
specimens. Mrs. S. D. Morgan Las three or four
of these, containing shells, minerals, and Indian
curiosities. Daniel U. Julnton, one of unusual
interest, containing, in addition to (hells, uiin. rals,
fcc, a rare t oil, ciion ol the coin of difl' rent na
tions at iJiff.rnit times Dr. Warne, a collection of
birds, which lor vaiieti, beauty and richn. ss of
plnoing. we have never been surpassed. Mrs J.
F. Green h .s some inter, sting relic, a wooden
plate, of the kind used anterior to the advent of
pewter plates, which, in tliiir turn have gone down
long since, under the tread of a higher art and
civiliz itio;i ; a small piece of the rock out of which
the Aliini was built, and a curiously carved ooor
rnaineiit from the Mis-ion of S.ui Jo.-, near
San Antonio, Texas. These are given a few years
mote of antiquity than history entitles them to,
but they are nevertheless interesting. The j-iw
ud& other bones of a "i. funct fp 'cif a of animals,
generally named Maslodou, are contiihuted by Mr.
Itowan. We also noticeda brickbat from the Hag
azine, erected at Charl.ston, South Carolina, pre
vious to the Revolution ; thii seems to have been
submerged, aud shells atiJ barnacles, are attached
to it supposed to be a collateral branch of the
Tite Barnacle ftmily, which the author of Litile
Dorrit has recently luade so prominent b-.-fore the
To this department the contributions are numer
ous, partly entered by urtists, and by purchasers of
W. Thurston Black displays a number of por
traits of citizens in colored crayons and iu oil, which
are superb, regarded as likenesses or as work-" of
art. No one that has sojourned in our mi Nt has
been so invariably suceei-sful.
Win, Cooper also has some very fine portraits in
Mr. Strick, a beginner, has quite a number of
Mr. Guita, Mr. Wsgconer and others, hsvepaint
iug of more or less merit.
Mr. La room be exhibits some choice specimens
of atnbrotyp 8, a d.pirtment of the fine arts in
which he ha- do superior.
The Messrs. Hu.hes make a striking demonstra
tion in the way of lagui rreoty pes, Photograph,
Mr. Wagner's Lythographs are worthy samples
of his art
CARrUAGKS AND DCGQIK.
There are but two carriages on exhibition: a
splendid one from New York, entered by Mr. I. I.
Peck, fit for an Emperor; and another heautifuliy
finished, by Mr. Fred. Sloan. The latter penileman
also exhibits a buggy with and another without a
top, which are admirable. These, together . with
Lis carriage, are of his own mannfacture.
PLCMBtiKS WOKK, KITCIIKN STOVES, Lc.
Mr. II. A. Cooper exhibit-) a couple of wash
Stands, a bathing tub and shower bath, and other
things iu his line, which reflect great credit upon
The Messrs. Henderson also exhibit a couple of
martd.: top washstands which would past muster
anywhere. The chiel feature, however, of their ex
hibition is Harrison's Patei t Ki'cheuer, a new cook
iug rHtige. of Cincinnati invention. It U regarded
as an iiivalutble contribution to the economy and
comforts of housekeeping, being one of the best
cooking apparatu-ea ever offered to the put. lie.
One of them h-u been put up at the Nat-hvill.' F--male
Academy, and is esteemed, we learn, highly
by the ownei- We would be gratiS -d to desctib
this range, but have not the meana of Join;; s in
telligibly. We totnmeod it to th attention of
housekeepers, hotels, mid tx.irdiii houses.
Messrs. McKei zie & ileou txiiiiii a wrought
iron conk stove of their manufacture, fini-hcd in
the finest style. The vets 1st on it are a model ol
fine workm inship. They also ninth some j i
ptuued ware aud fancy articles, useful and attrac
tive. Me-srs. MVlure, Buck & Co. also exhibit a coupl.
of home made wrought iron cook stoves with well
finished vessels on them, eminently worthy of the
att'ution they receive.
Mr. R II Brock way eilni.iu ana run a number
of (irover ii B iker's popular sewing mat liim-; and
Mr. Singer a number of the Sewing Machines of
I. M. Singer & Co. These ruachints are the centre
of attraction. The vt crowds gather and linger
around them apparently deeply interested. Both
varieties do excellent work. There are unique
points ab ut each which iu the opinion of their
friends make them preferable. Ihe finer finish
ad lightness ot the (irover & BAer Machine make
ft attractive and .popular vitlj the ladies as a
'household institution;" wliht the evenness and
beauty of the utk of the Singer Machipe, and it.
weight, conimeu J it as a "hnp-pieru " Xmir
merits are so nearly tbe saitie, that there is h tle
room really for u choice. The siu-h of the S.nger
Machine is the imit on both Ues of (be goods
sewed; (bat of its rival, on the under side foima a
c rd. Io some descriptions of woik, lids cord ia
objectionable; but In others it ia highly ornament
al. TheSioger bat the advantage of a guage for
the needle. But, we do not wish to go luto the
merits of the midlines. The judges wt'l do that
The ouly pieeol caliuet work that out our eye
was A ruagniljceLt Dreesing Bureau, enter, d by
MeB3T. GreecfielJ and Patterson. It comauuded
great attention; especially from blooming mai
dens and matrons. We 1-ave Dever seen here a
more beautiful piece of ik of the kind. We
understand that it was deeiged Er 8t bat finished
at their ware-rooms in tbib p'ac;. It epeks vol
umes in praise ot toer good t ete and wurkman
ship. There are hundreds of articles, comprising a
wonderful variety, which together possess many at
tritions, but we cannot specify them all. This is
the lat day of the exhibition, and we would ad
vise all who wish to kuow more to go and see for
eneral Aaseuibl jr.
In the -Senate, a couple of unin portant bills
passed a thrd reading, and other bills refered.
Io the IJounc, a Lumber of bills were introdu
ced, some having reference to the relief of the State
from liability wu account of aid to internal im
provements. Mr. Davie, of Montgomory, introdu
ced e resolution declaring it unwise and inexpe
dient for the State to extend any further aid to
internal improvements, and pledging the present
Legislature uot to make any sppropiuiions for that
purpose. This was a re-olutiou of great importance,
and upon a motion to suspend the rule requiring
resolutions to lay over oue day, in crder that it
might be considered immediately; the ayes and
noes were demanded, aud the motion was
loet by a!mo.-t a party vote, oce or two Ameri
can members voting io the negative. It is
due, however, to say that some of the mem
bers who voted against a suspension of the rule
stated that they wi re iu favor of the resolution, but
deeircd it to lay over under the rule, on account of
its importance, and that there might occur time for
The two Houses met in Conventien, to count the
vote for Governor, but on account of the absence
of the r. turns from Jtff'-rson County, the Conven
tion acjourned without declaring the vote.
Thetrk. Mr. and Mrs. John Drew make their
ninth appearance to-niht, on which occasion will
be produced " BI-ck Eyed Su-an " ai d " Uandy
Andy." The popular artistes continue to command
success. It has been a long time since our citizens
were so "much taken" with candidates for their
favor. Well, they have deserved all the kind greet
ing they have received ; and we hope Mr. Davis
may have the good fortune to follow up the gool
point he made in eecuring them.
The following is the Table of Contents of the
October Number of the "American Review."
I. Charlotte Bronte aud the Bionte Novels.
III. The Royal House of St. Cyr.
IV. The Dred Scott Case.
V. Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
VI. Sir Robert Peel.
VII. Shakspeare in Modern Thought.
VIII. Recent French Literature.
IX. Brazil and the Brazilians.
X. Critical Notices.
Eh'er T. Fanning will deliver a diicourse ia the
Third Presbyterian Church, on Lord's day, at half
past 10 o'clock, Hiil at candle li.hting.
Shields sells the Plantei's Bank Desk, Counter-,
&;., with a lot of Furnituie at 10 o'clock this
C iiirt lt of the Advent.
Rev. Ciiaklks T. Qpintard, Rector of Calvary
Church Memphis, will preach at the Odd-Fellow's
Hall on Sunday mxtthe 11th itist., at 11 o'clock,
A. M., und also at 7 J I'. M. Seat- Free.
Chang and Eng. the twins of Siam, continue to
driiw cr.jw!s of curious spectators, over Beech's
ftore, College St.
We have received the September Number
of the "Southern Journul of the Medical and Phy
sical sciences, edited by R. O, Cunj, A. VI., M. D.,
and published by Kint-loe Rice, Knoxviile, Ten
uessee. Nkw I"o-t Oh'ICk. A new post office has been
established at ufkptrf, Benton -county, Tenn., AL
lkn C Hall, P. .VI. This will be a great conve
nience to the people in that 8 ction of the country.
prT i-btnimKi-ing und imp dimtiit of Speech are be
ing sue es.-fully cured, on scientific principles by Dr. Jones,
at the Cloud LloU.1, in from one to two hours.
(tf Dr. Jones, of I'liiliidelpbia, with the general iuo
ess that attttida Lim everywhere, is curing ileal nes, sore
cand iuUinned Kyes, diseases of the Kyes, of every variety,
and the Dr. i ttaid to insert artilicial eyes without pain, and
as perfect iu movement and appe trance as the natural eye.
lie also treats chronic disease! with great success.
Practical Artists ic every braDCh of Photography and
whole ale and retail dealer In Aiiibro'ype, Melainoiype,
Photograph, and I'aguerrcotjpe goods ; Apparatus and
Chnu icals, of every kind, variety and description ued in
the alovj Arts. Al! orders will be pioinptly filled, and fur
warded to any part of the couniry at the very lowest mar
ket rater, tor cash, to wh ch the trade are respectfully in.
viied. Also Agents for the tale of Melainotyp and Bpher
reotvpe Rights. HUUUK8 BUG'S,
fep 4. 2 Union ttreet, Nashville, Tenn.
C AND1DATE sT
tT U are nuthoriied to anncunee Moans f inglkton.
Yah., a candidate for I'nited States h'enator.
Or We are autlioriiteil to announce Jamks M. Himtos as
a cand.dnte for lle!l of Davidson county, at the next
T"7 We we Authorize.) to annnunca Jims K. lCniiOMINWiN
as a can.li.lnte fur Mieritf of Davidsou county, at the next
t$f We are authorized to announce E. It Hioi.gr as a
candidate tor Mieritf of Davidsou county, at the next March
Irr We are authorized to announce A. Creel o, as a
candidate for Sheriff of Daviditon county, at thu next March
tOl A l l IUI H I ILtltK.
JrT We are authorized to aunuunce Capt Jons 8. Pahh
I kli. as a cuudi.lute for Co. nty Court Clcik, at the March
.1T We are authorised to announce Fki.is It. Chkat.
ham, as n enn.li'li.te for re-election to the otlico of County
Coui t Clerk. Klectiuu in MitrcU next.
I r" We are autho Ize.l to announce Titos. D. Frocjiaa
as a candidate for County Court Clerk al the next March
n vrv tki vi iu:.
I'f" We are mitliorized to announre JoUM Russ an a
c.m.ii.late for re-rlretioii to the ollice ol County Trustee, at
the euuiii( M,.ixh rlectioii.
t V We r ui':ori.e.I to announee T. T. PiiMiixs us a
run. 1 .lute tor ti e olliec bf County Iruj-tee, al the ensuing
March elci lion.
t We are authorised to announce Jk-skTI. Prbt as a
Candidate for Co sful.le, iu the Na-htille DlsirKt, at ta
eusuiiig irch elccliuii.
tf We re au'lioriard to announce KunTl.m W. Unas
as ea'.l. l r for Coiuiable lu the Nashville iiislrict, al lb
eilrUlll(t MaiCh tlel-l.ull.
MMS VOIUv v Ci.,
Book Sellers, Book-Bindtra and Blank
!No. 38, 1 ntoit M., .ualitli, Tenn.
Mdiuie Le Vert's Travail.
f ilial iHioi- a (J or! P ak.
fpurifOoo's f-rmoti', t, S aa4 8ri P.-ries.
fparit'on's I.lf and Ministry.
Tha PUntrr's Ita.iehtrr. A tale i f Louisiana.
Ma ri Ja. sty Manou Uarlacd.
lilddan rath. .
Alone. " " "
l ilt e Dorrit. by Chr'es D ckana.
Totin ony of the Rack. By Miller.
A hi d' Hi. lory of Koo.. By Bucner.
J j . I ro- aived by JOUX T0BK Jk CO.
k'ucrKon Msg. ine and I u cam's Mouikay, for Oo4obr.
IUr rrS !xlre, firOcUbor,
llari cr'a Jcumal at Citi iavion.
Lathe's Me York Jourtia'.
Torttt's Pilrt of the Times.
Kc York La.i,r.
furaaiaby wp 30J JOIIS TORS at CO.
HitlJIrbtrger's Eating looc.
SAM Rhtdiebararr takes wa!oo to rt,t,uf tthat
I ic, thai, tfca a.on ov, ha I as aivaa Bp lha
riijtj u etit rl lira! Iiieii 'and rriuimj u us. Ilia
ttousa la ayaic u tied, atid fc tu prt ( ,r a.. n
icuUius tacra 1,1 hi. oU tn.nd ai.U Cottvaicra, acd Ui U
eoua C4iualntc4 al b lutaof new sun. y14 i,,Weg
a I aysba UKi.ilj supplied mnh tta West our Uiajkct a
t pt. l.JVT,
"Wlio has not beard ol Bosvhavts'w UoU
Si tnple in its composition, pleaaant to the taste, and truly
wonderful in its effect, its popularity cannot be wondered
at. To invalids just recovering strength, U If invaluable;
exercising that soothing Influence over the nervous sys
tem, and imparting that health and tone to the stomach bo
loog.d lor by the convalescent. ' Daily Enterprise.
II olloway'si Pillk). Fpilepsy and fits of all de
scriptions, a e in most cases referab.e to irregularities of
th secretive organs. Bestore these organs to a state of
bea lib, tatuitii.ctiiity.itd f. r, by the use ehe pills,
and the convulsive paroxysms will cease.
Hold at the manufactory. No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by ail druggists, at 25c., and tl per box. 42
Bhecb: ansa KccajLGta. The agonies of Bheatnatisra
and Neuralgia are among the most acute with which the
human frame ii ever afflio'ed, and have heretofore been
fcund the niott difficult io remove. Happily a remedy is
now discovered by which the most obstinate eases can be
immediately cured. This sovereign remedy is Bkaoq'b
Arctic I immsst, far sa'e by Druggists generally. It is
only necessary for the sufferer to try ft, to Le assured of
iis eflicacy. octllm.
Take Heed. Dr. TUton has returned to the Mas
saso.t House Chicago, where may be obtained Old Dr.
James' wonderful and celebrated extract of Carnibi's In
dica. His fon i.i-law, Dr. Ihomas Tilton, will supp'y you
with it, either personally or by express. It is a sure and
speedy cure of the woret cases of Consumption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Nervous Debility, Coughs, Colds, and Fore
Throat. Vi e know tl: is to be a fact. Try it and live.
P. S. By addressing Dr. Tilton a note through the Chi
cago Post Office, ir.c o.-iEg four stami s, (12 cent ) a recipe
will be sent in ieturn, free of charge, to any part of the
Union. Da. TILTOV,
sert8 lm Marsatoit House, Chicago.
AU IMPORTANT ITEM TO THE SDEVIV0ES0F
THE LATE A AE WITH M1XICO.
LANCifTKR C 11., 8 C, May 12, 1856.
Da. C. M. Jackson. Leir Sir : After my return from
Mexico, I was seriously afflicted with that terrible disease
which has carried to the grave so nibny ol my fellow
m ldieis, Chronic DiarrLcea, accompanied a ith Neuralgia,
brought on by the climate cf Mexico, and the moae of
living, al.ile engaged in the war. Ihe relief I have ob
tained from the use o f Hccfland's German Bitters is as
tsmishing; and I moet cheerfully have, and sti 11 contiaue
to recommend the bitters to all who are similarly atlect
ed.believ Lg that the benefit that will result from their
use will be incalculable.
Very respectfully yours,
K G. BILLING,
Late Lieut of Company O.,
Palmetto keg't. 8. U. Volunteers.
Be sure and ask for Xlotflind,ii German liMera, and see
that the signature of C. M. Jac kson, is on the wrapper of
each bo tie.
For Bale by druggists and storekeepers in every town
and village in the L cited States, West Indies and Cana
da s. Price 78 cents per bottle. Vrincipal GCice, 418 Arch
street, Lbi.adelpbia, Pa. cotl-lm.
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
not) men to engage in the sale of the most
popular selling Books in An eric... Invalids, mechanics,
farme rs and teachers, ni.hing to travel, will find this a
very printable and pleasaut busine-s, enabling them to
see the country, and make money at the same time. A
gents now in the business are clearing from f 500 to $1 50
per year. For lull particulars and a list of Books, addres,
H. M. RUL1S0N, Queen City Pvbliihing House, 141 Main
street, Cincinnati, Ohio;) or, if living Last, D KULISON,
Fkvkr asd Aqcs. Koremoft among the various remedies
for this disease stands Dr. Phaliecberger's Antidote. A
few dohcs will cure any oidinary case, and une doe inva
riably stops the chills. It contain nothing in the least
degree hurtful to tie synUm under any circumstance!!.
and never produces the unpleasant eflects that attend the
use of Quinine and other agents in general use. It cures
every dim of the disease, and is the original and only An
tidote for J'iliiHu.
A-k fo.- Dr. i-hallenberger's Fever and Ague Antidote,
and be sure you iret j.ills. Pcld by resptctable Druggists
everywhere Price 1 50. Sole Proprietors. A. T. Bh.il-
Lknbkkqkk A Co., Koch-Uer, Pa. aui.'4-3mdtri .
Ash we 11 on Females,
Bud on the l iver.
Bu kl -r on Itroncl.itis,
Barile'i o. Fiver.i,
Bl iKeS on on the Chest,
0 itiurbit on Femitles,!
Omdie on Children,
Churchill n Females,
Churchill on hildren.
Cyclopedia of Medicine,
Dewees on Female?,
Dewres on Children,
Dung tmin's Dictionary,
Meig i on Fe nales,
Melg on Puerperal Fever,
Miller's Principles of Surgery,
Millar's Pract.ce of Surgery,
Nelll A Smith's Compound,
Neill on the Nerves,
Nelignn on the Skin,
Owen on the Teeth,
P rri-.b's Pharmacy,
Percira'j Materia Medica,
Parker on Pyphili',
Royle's Materia Medica,
Eargent's Minor Surgery,
Dunglison's Materia Medica, Fimon's Pathology,
Dunglion's new Remedies,
Dafton on the Kar,
DeJ ingh on Cod Liver Oil,
Tod 1 4 Bowman's Anatomy,
Taylor's Med. Jurisprudence,
What to Observe at Bedside,
Wilson on the Skin,
Gross's Pathological Anatomy .Wilson's Dissector,
Jontis and Sievcking,
Klrke Hsg.'t's Pliya ology,
Ludlow's 1" xa ni nations,
Lawrtnaeou the Eye,
Just rece ived by
Whitehead on Abortion,
Eve's Surgical Caes,
Maclise's surgical Anatomy,
CHARLES W. SMITH,
4' College street.
HAG AN & BR0.,
So. 39 Mu. ket & Xo. G Union St.,
'Vualiv ille, reiiiiessee.
General Book Sellers and Stationers,
Frank Leslie's New Famil Migasine, :th which is In
corporated the Gazette of Fashion, for October, jmt re
ceived by ocid HAGAS a BKO.
Darpers' Magazine lor October, just received by
sept25. HAGAN k BRO.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, FOR OCTOBER, fined with
Fall Fashions and other beautiful Engraving, just re
ceived by HAGAN BRO.,
teptttl. Market and Union sts.
N E W 15 O O K S !
Or, TIME WORK'S WOXDERS;
A Sequel to "Harold Tracy Bv J. t. Smith, author of
"Olck Tarletoo," Ac.
By Marion Harland, author of "Alone," Ac.
Or, The ( aurper's) Victim;
By J. F. Smith, author of Harold Tracy, Sc., Ac.
Till: RED RIGHT HA XI),
A thrilling romance of Indian Warfare; by Ned Bunt
line Korsi'eby HaGS B!t.
Metropolitan Eating House.
UJ F will open our Ft- IIhTint, corner of C-.lr and
Cherry streets, TCfcsD iY, Tdri ru OF Ot'l'i BH.R.
Oct6. J. A W. MOOKK
The Excelsior Corn and Cob .Mill.
a A jn t r-eetvad the his-hest premium at the g-rrat
National t-Air al I oui.riile. an 1 xlso at Ihe t hio State
Fair at Ciocionati, over the Little Ciiant, tftar and Magie
It ia adapted 'o crashing Corn and Cob, Rye, OM, Ac,
for sio-k, and lor finding fir family use, diatilleriea,
C lis grind ng surfaces can be renewed at a coat of
three dot ars, being cast atparate from the otter portions
of 'he Mill.
Furniabed comp'rte, with two pairs of grinding riors for
ftf. v do laxa. Traveling Agents wanted to sell tb above
M ils J C. UALDWIN CO .
oo 7 dtwaaSn. tl College atrr', Nashville.
ST It IIE con.
STRAT'D from this city on lhe3.th u't., a Urge Oaaa
Ban Mt'LT CoW; -.tie haa so'iia "lata on her belly and
neck , a-r is a nne ii iker. A lioortl retrlill ba paid
to anr one giving mforoia'-ioa of her at h s oTice.
BARGAINS! BARG AIMS'!
For Kxchaiige Hunk ."Votes.
rriHK undersigned offer for aale tha Itio Miiia, and flf
JL treo toa lots, ao.ua of tnetn cuu'.aluiug the moat
daairabl bainswa hoea and dwelling in tha city of
Murfree.boro', I. gaihrr with twenty lt.ou.and barraia of
.our, at ma ui.rs.jl v U-in. sad "lit t io pay merit lha
Boles of th fcacha.iga B.o ot Mj fr'siwrn' tU pur.
They hav akto aauul forty Uiua.aod dot ars worm of
nolo, on as gjod man at eat be lojn t in Sathaifjrd
county, wi.ioii ine' wiii ascange, duUar far dollar, fur tna
botes of lha Said Ba ..
HCOaiNi m RANSOM.
Murfreesbcro Oct , 8T-1w.
VLL kinds of Plain ard Decorative Paper Hanging
ilous ib it. bast snaiiBcr and ihe cheapest prices b,
Order. UK t 'm Rear's, N. IT Deadcrurk street, will
sicpruiupliy attended Io.
slawsa. A. R. Caotita, M. Beaaa.
J. 11. Waiia, ilaaaao,
BAKE OF Is ASIIVILLE.
I HAVE lr sal a lare an.ouat t properly mhUh 1 win
M l tur Nats of its iUek il Kaah.uia, cr ceritCtd
ekavk. va it al the saius .tycf that 1 ttate aiaays a ad
lor U.a i.roparty.
epi-v. A. T. 8. l.INIf LIT.
T0CM1 atid tlte'.y scfrd Vtumts, b l I (Ul kM
'. soiv.nl. Uqiiis at iimott's. see ii.
m:;iii ltov nut vtl.r..
M 1 I r toy lu fc L4 tW eah, y appHrlae
BT THE NATIONAL LIIKE.
Reports Famished by the Associated Press.
. Niw Ouliass, Oct. 8th. Cotton SleB 2,000
bales. Still lower rates arc too irregular to quote.
The depression is still greater. No sales to be ef
fected uoless at a eacritice. Nothing doing in ex
change. No bank checks on New York to be tad.
Nkw Yobk, Oct 9 Harper k Brothers suspend
ed yesterday. They are reported having over a
million dollars surplus.
Boston. Oct. 9 The steamer Niagara last flight
in the Bay, run iuto, and eut k the schooner Ellen
Maria, from Caps Cod to New Orleans.
Philadelphia, Oct. 9. A large meetiDg was
held last uiht to urge the Legislature to paea
Uaekisbdko, Oct. 9. The House Committee re
ported a bill removing the penalties for uon pay
ment of specie till March next.
Nxw Yobk, Oct 8. A tremendous run was made
on the Park Bank. It is said to have only $159,
000 in circulation, and $300,000 in specie.
Niw Orleans, Oct. 9. Cotton Sales 1,000
bales. Unsettled; but mostly middling at 12 cents.
Sales of the week 12,700 bales. Receipts 40,000
bales. Decrease in receipts at this port 67,000
bales. Decresse at all ports 88,430 bales. Money
Nkw Yokk, Oct 9. Cotton quiet. Flour Sales
85,000. Wheat 1 25al 26 for white, aud 1 18al
22 for red. Corn 67a69. Pork 23a23g. Chicago
oeef 13j14J. Sugar declined J.
Gallandet & Weti'iore, Bankers, Lave "suspend
ed. The run on the Park Bank has subsided, all
demands were met. The Central Bank of Brook
lyn has been etjoiced and a receiver appointed.
A meeting of the BdDks reported that they will
provide six millions for forwarding produce.
Cincinnati, Oct. 9. There is great excitement
at the financial news from New York business ne
glected. Flour $4 50, unsettled; Whisky 16; Oats
o3j35; Corn 40.45.
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
2T CAROXDEIET STREET,
SeptS. NEW OULKAS.
WE will sell a first rate NEG RO MAN. payable In the
funds of the Kzchange Back of Murfreeiboro. Also,
three flue PIANO B for any of the Free Back money,
octl. BOYD A CO.
A HANDSOME supply of Fall and Winter Goods, Gen
tlemens Furnslising Goods and Clottvoir.
Also, a good assortment of lloths, Casimeres, and Vet
i rigs, all of which will be made up to order in the most approve-!
style, by T.J. HOUGH, Agect,
septlT. No. 11 Cedar street, Nashville.
HA. Mi. F ISA MI VI I. I.E.
I HAVE twenty thousand dollars worth of real estate
which I will txchange for certified Checks on the Bank
of Nashville, or the notes of the same. Abo, will take at
par the notes on all the Free Banks of this fctate for Cloth
ing. The above is all city property, except one house and
lot in Edgefield. L. FuWEKS,
Oct2 lw. 84 Market street.
MOIN KY ! MOK E Y ! !
EXCHANGE BAMK GOOD It
THE undersigned has a large lot of Boots and Shoes ,o
his own manufacture, made up expressly lor the Fail
trade, which will be sold at the n ott reasonable prices,
s ai mers and others wanting a supply of negro sl oes a til
do well to examine my stock.
Also in store and for rale, 125 sii'es first late Black
Harness Leather atd a let of pad skins, Ac.
For either Shoei or Leathtrlwill take money on the
Exchange Bank at par.
g3y- the highest market p-ce In each paid for country
siucs. J. W. HAMILTON,
orti. 8w No. 9, College street.
TO THE LAU1ES!!
3D i css-FaXaTVlcixi 6;.
MRS. HOWERTOs, Union street, would respectfully
inf oris the Lathes of Nashville, that the has secured
the services of Miss A. F. McCAHE. a superior l)REts
MAKaa,to euperintend this department of her business
She is now prepared to have any style of Dress made at
the shortest notice, and invites her numerous patrons to
give her a call.
Mrs, H will soon be prepared open to her Fall and Winter
Millinery goods. septSt lm.
Joseph Branch, Ex'r, and NarcUsa Martin, Ex'x, vs. Moses
IN pursuance of the decree pronounced in the above
caue, at the May Term lat, of thi court, I will sell on
SATURDAY, TH - 8d DAV OF OCTOBKtt N h XT, at the
Court bouse lot, in the city of Nashville, on a credit of 6,
12, IS and 21muntbs, with interest, all that interest ia the
parcel of rent e.-tate, snoQ as "Clifton," which formerly
belonged to t e e ate of the late George W. Martin, and
which ia supiosea to be about ninety three acres.
Notes with good security required of the purchaser, and
lien retained. U. D. BttlEN.C. A M.,
augii7 uL Chancery Court at NashviUe.
The rale of the above property baa bei-n postponed to
SATURDAY, the 1 1 tU instant. C. D. BRIEN,
Oct. Si.- td. Clerk and Master.
INSTIIICTIONS IN VOCAL AND IN
1 K. AND MRS C. F. THURSTON are prepared to give
ivA. instructions on the Funo and in VooaL McsiO. Les
sons given at the residence of the pupil. For terms, Ac,
iuquire of Mr. T., at Kev. J. T. Edgar's, touth Summer
Peiitlt 1m. c
JUST received and for sale at No. 25, Union street, 15
boxes choice Lemons.
0ct5-dlw. 8. J. CARTER.
HANK. OF NASHVILLE.
WE have a complete stock of Groceries, consisting in
Sail, Wliiaky, Nails, Candles,
Tea, Cigars, Tobacco, Brandies, Ac, which, with Bale
Rope, Baeging, and 2n bales of Augusta Drills, all of which
we wll sell at reasonable rates for Bank of Nashville Notes,
or fur certified checks of deposit.
We have also some desirable city and F.dgefield property
which we will dUpoae of on favorable terms in the same
way. Apply to
Oct5. FISHER, WH ELESS at CO.
IOCI3A WALTOV, or Louisa Winston, a likely, stout,
-i bright mulatto woman ranaway or was stolen from
Captaiu Walton's (in this vicinity) on Sunday night last.
TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD
Will he paid tor her apprehension and delivery, if arrested
out ot tuii ttate; One Hundred if taken in this city or
Louisa, who belong to Col. John T. Walton, of Dayton,
Alabama, whose family is spendics; the Summer here, is a
likely, bright mulatto wo -nan. between 8U and 25 years of
ate, with a heavy suit of hair, not straight, has lost her
jaw terth, and her under jaar pmtrudea slightly.
All the circumstances tel.d to show that ahe is in the city
ot Naohville. J.X.WALTON,
Nashville, Sept. IT, 1857 tf. By Agent.
rpHE undrrsignel having orders for WHFAT, will pa)
I the highest market rale deliverable at M'Crea k Ter
rasa' warehouse, corner iiroad and College sts.
julylT. tf. Cotton and Produne Broker
r n a i Cisco,
MANCKACTCKER AND DIALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD UDIES' FIRS,
No. 23 Public. Square,
L ABIES DRESS FURS.
OFFA'ISU OF TUE
7E SHALL OPKN OCtt fl'R ROOM T1I0XSDAT,
VV oCroBe-R, lT, and be prepared ta httlt a larger,
and choice st ck of LaJI-a and Mii.es faocv Dress furs,
than i havo ever before o9eri, embracing Rsasian,
lluilson Hay and Canada 6ahle, ton Mateo, Pitch, M
brrls o Squirrel, Lynx, and all lha lower grade, of furs,
made op In the latent styles. Soma very band ooie Robes
and rOOt' MUf-f'. fur carriages.
A. J. F8ANCI-CO, Furrier,
sr-p'26. No. 8, Publle jjara.
CI FNTtFMN who in ambltlju-t to weraTATT HAT
T ara invtted to call and esaalna thia beautifoi styla at
tha Hat and Car tmuori ua of
a. j. nuwcifco,
se( lit, S Pub he f-iaara.
Tliose French Felt Hats.
VFRtSU supply just reccWeJ at lha EniDoiiaai CT
of FKNt I-oU,
spi2&. 8 1 fub ss S-iuara. f
(.in Itl L I !.'.
nffi Vt led Belting oa hand eat for
"u"u 'ki aetiil ".Il IK Kir.
i ksiu) aai fjr aa.a by
D. d. dic;ket.
Whit Seed Wheat.
'THK aiBdsigBrl tasen har.J tisa w,not erra of
X btia Hlt UkU aUl b io.J fr aral ta aaouuas
ta aatt suRhacni,
aept'Zi. D. D. DICXIT.
M hao4 aa4 fcr s. by
t"-a. D. D. DICKKT.
Nt:v t JiLLM:.
ry f pj rur.ta tr Cie;
f J -i b kt.gl.,J ItlJ -IlkwW.
For sale by J. O- tOBf TT-0,
at. F. KIMCHI.ET. B. S. 8AS0HKS
KLNCIILEY & SANCHEZ,
Prodnce and Commission Merchants.
AND DEALERS IN
CORE", WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, t5.Cs,
No. 7 Warren Block Augusta, Ga.
Particular attention given to the sale of all con.
may 18 6m
A. O. 8MITH.
a, r. euTB&ta.
eao. j. aowLasr.
SMITH, GUTIJIIIE & CO.,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
AMD AQKKTS POa TBI UU OP
VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE TOBACCO,
Ifo- 564 Main St-, Between. Second and Third,
No. SO Front Street,
SELL8 Corros, Pio and Ploom laos, Gbaib, Erikd Fanrr,
Ae , and fills orders for articles of Cincinnati Producs
and Manufacture promptly and to best advantage.
W. PBILUPB. Wat. eiBSOS. . B1XOS. J. sTIXOH,J.
C. W. PHILLIPS 8c CO.
VIL.LIAIS, PIIllaLlPS & CO.,
38 UNION STREET,
oet3 1v KEW Oltr.KANS
T. A. 1 KT HOLD. A. O BKHSOCDT. 8. SI. TBOMPSOM.
BERTH0LD, EERN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
ASO SSaLKKB ia
Bope, Bagging, Bacon and Flour,
No. 134 second. Street, Suint Louis, ITIo.
W Coosig-oments of all Southern Produce received
and promptly attended to may 15 triwAaly.
H. T. BARTLKTT.
. 0. M'COMB.
J- J. M'COMB.
' BARTLETT, M'COMB & CO.,
K0. 25 LEVEE & SO COMMERCIAL ST.,
SA1T LOUIS, MO.
3f Liberal cash advances made on Consignments,
aaput to :
W. H. GORDON & CO., WM. P. BRYAN, E?Q.,
July 22 -8m. Nashville, Tenn.
Dry Goods Gommissiou Merchant.
ST. LOUIS, IMO.,
ISAAC C. USLY, Clsbk.
JaS. Moktos, Cashier Bank of Tennessee; A. Hamilton;
MohuaM A to.; Jas. Woods.
Woods, Cbkistt A Co., M. Louis, sept 8 tf
HOUSE FULMSIHAG IIAUDWAHE.
PIC0T & SPOTWELL,
No; 63 Maiden Lane, IMew York.
IMPOSTKTS AND J0BBSK3 OV
CUTLERY, FENDERS, TEA TRAY8. FIRE IRON3, TIN
NED and KNAMfcXtD HOLLOW WARE,
KRfcNCH TINNED WARE,
ANDIRONS, FRY PAN8.COAI. HODS,
PLANISHED JAPANED PLATED BRIl'AMA WARE,
M AMTFACTeRKRS OS
PLATED ISl'OO.NS A; lOItKS,
julyl4 4m. r 08 Maiden Lane, New York.
WHEELEK & EVERETT,
33 IO. O 33L JZ3 Xt JB ,
NI W YOKK CITY,
WILL pay for Bounty 1 and Warrants of all denomina
tions, TWO PER CENT. AttoVE MARKKT PRICES,
until October I6th, we having a large amount to deliver at
that time. Send them along. The following are ihe latest
160 acres 94
120 " 90
40 1 10
Parties sending Warrants by mail, will be paid the same
as though they were personally present. Draft remitted
by return mail. Address
WHEELER A- EVERETT,
Brokers, New York City.
New Tork, August 15, 1SS7. auga7 Vim.
J. II. HOPPER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
Ijiquovs and lroAuee,
NO. 61, COLLEGE STREET.
NEW MUSIC STOKE.
C. D. BENSON tS: BRO.,
WBOLS8AH ASO StTAIL CSALSKH IX aIXKIICS OF
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes,
FROM the Celebrated manufactory of Grow k Christo
pher, N. Y., and the best Melo icons now used ia the
Cnited States, manufacturrd bv George frince A Co.
Attention of the public is called to our large catalogue of
the latest publications of Muic, Music Boots and Instruc
tors of all kinds. Also, our fine stock of Guitars, Violins,
Violincellus, and Banh Strings. In f ie, everything In the
Musicallnstrutnent licacaa be found at
Vi respectfu'lv invite small country dealers. Teachers
and Schools, to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
P. 8. All kinds of Music tl Instruments repaired at No.
!0 Union street, first door front College.
McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOON,
OF those yasty celebraM Pianos, of gteinway k Sob,
A. II. t'aie A Co., and Soebeler k timith, of New
York, to which the attention of purct.aners is inviied.
Also, the largest assortment of 8r.ee t Music, Mutio
Bookr, Violins, Arcardeons, Plutes, CLareouet s, Plageo.
letta. Drums, and banjos, all of which will be sold at lbs
lowest rates. If you wish a bargain and tie lent Musical
Instrument, eall at (the oid Musical S ore,) No. Hi, I Dion
Street. JME3 A. McCLCRE.
N. B. I have every slse and pattern of Melodeons, man
ufactured by Carhart, Needharc A Co., New York., which I
sell at their retail prices. Also, a large assortment of
Feather Dusters. J. A. M.
Koyal Havana Lottery.
T1HI next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, an
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Havana, on
Thursday, October loth, 1857.
)rte Nutuero ASS Ordluario.
Capital Vri.c tuo.ooo ttolls,
4 Prises of f 2,0t4
5 " M 1,000
143 " " 4O0
20 Approximations.... ,S0C
4 Approximations to the IllHi.OOO.of 1 6'.u eacti; 4 of4H)la
50,000; 4 ot 4V to S0,"00; 4 of 4t-0 to 10,000; 4 of 400 to 13,000
Whole Ticket 2i) ; Halves $1(1$
Prises cashed at siirht at 5 par eent liaooaoU
Bills on the Nashville city Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as lha r aaali baoomaa
Communications addreawed to DOS RODRJOfEZ,
(eare of Oitv Post, Charleston, fro. Ca.J antil the 1Mb of
October, 1527, will ba attended la. I Oct. 1 td
JCsT received another kst of till UTS, warranted of
anpertor suahiy, aad at prices to suit the tune,
oetl. J. U MchIII L.
FRfSa stork of Furnuhiog and kaacy Goods. I will
take tha aUeoaxf ttaak o I Murb-ceahoro frx goods.
ocvi. J. H. HctllL
UYitON AMU STAN UlNCi ( Ui.LAIta.
AsrPCSB aaortacslof CuUssrs. Every styat rsocived
and lor si by
octi. i. II. UtniLU
KHUKOIBLULD Ml HITS.
JCET received a small invoice of bandawaely Eaabroi4
trad rbiru, mada to our o a oe- ar, amtabis tor party
ad weddiog oof aamna. '
oeM. J. n. V.cCVJL
tSt.C2i.Saa. IN 111UTB.
4 FEW best ija&li'y af BackskiB Shirts, received and
Ix. for sua by
J H Mait.L.
I7VERT variety of seaaa.b CXS E EA, aU at
XI a'fiM ances.
SI tX KS, TILS 4.XU ClUVA ts,
VVIST rata aaaorteacel J Scarta, ttocsa, ?ia and
Cravata, ry stla aa-J svi, wiih aa ttan va
ttaty of kalidixtaiia uali rcvt4 atd Utt sat Cusi ra
L4ie tad Get!CTe9s Jr.rtis.raag rwr.
OcU 9. corner ol f iuare at J i. a,;.,- ut.
itfA-NTti' Dl v.erd busfce-.s ot c::.
. . PICEET,
Tlie White Propei'ty
AX JPFJlfLIC StLE.
OV TrE-SDAT, l'-TH OF NOVEMBER NEXT, I will tell
to the highest bidder, oa the premises, that valuable
property, now occupiei and owned by M s. WtMiraxo
Wurrr, situated in 8outh Nashviile, opposite the Univer
sity, fronting on Market street 11T reel to an alley, and
extend eg bak to Coileje street, 2SS feet, more or leas,
making two fronts.
Ti e house is a two story brick, con taming 6 larce rooms,
besioes a Hall, and a two story porch in the rear, and all
necessary out-building. This propertv ia the mou beau,
tiful, and at the same lime most valuable, situated in that
portion of the city, for a private reMdeacs, and has all
the advantages that any other property has in a ry por
tion of the city. We would earnestly request tbo.-e in
want of a residence, to give this an examination before
the day of aile, as we are confident they cannot suit them
selves be aer. Nothir g we could say in its behalf, in an
advertisement, would indicate what it really ia. Go and
see for yourselves.
liana or .alx. $1.'00 In cash; balance in 1, 9. 8, and 4
years, with interest horn date, good security and lien re
tained. Jfor farther particulars enquire of
Is. SL GLASHOCK, Agent,
Octfi td. No. 67 Cherry street.
STORE 1IOISK lOK S.4LL
On Broad Streets 2nd door from College.
VE are oCferli.g for sale, cheap, that valua- Jfenrt
v v Die More tiouse, suuaiea o urota -, a,nn
adjoining the fchoe Store of B. B. Cutter, 3d door
from College street. This is a desirable business
Stand, aDd well adapted to business of any description.
It aill pay 10 per cent npo the purchase money. Come
quick or yen will lose a bargain. For part'enlars enquire
of . B. GLaS'J' lK, Agent,
ept2 1 . No 67 Cherry street.
Valuable Tract of Land
ON FRIDAY, 20ia OP NOVEMBER, 1S57, I wiU offer
THE TRACT OF LAND,
oa which I reside, containing 350 Acres. The land
lies 1 miles west of Gondietsviile, with a good readout
to the turnp.ke. About 60 acre i are cleared, the balance
is in timber. The Nashville and Henderson Bailroad,
which willsoin be in operation, aiil have a depot in Good
letsv lie. The land is we l watered, and is finely adapted
to the growth of blue grass. Aov person wishing to make
a Stock Farm, will flnu ii well suited in soil and position to
As it has a nnmber of ne'er failing Springs, it Is capa
ble of being divided into a number of taail farms, as
one T-act of 50 acres. Si) acres cleared.
One Tract of oo acres, 20 acres oleared.
One Tract of about 70 acres.
One Tract ol about 45 acres.
One Tract of about 6" acres.
One Tract of about 75 acres, with the dwelling and im
provements I will sell the lsnd all together, or in parcels to salt pnr
chasers. Any person dssirmg information, may apply to
E. O. DRAKE, or to the subscriber on the premises.
Persons desiring to purchase privately, may apply At
any time belore the day of sale.
Hans: One third in hand, the balance in one and two
years, ith inlerei-t frtm date, and a lien retained on the
land. sep:23 id. L. B. WOOLFOLK.
Charles 8. Childress et al vs. Morgan Vance et ah.
IN pursuance of the decree pronounced in the above
cause, in this Court at its May Term last, I wit) set) at
the Court-hou,e lot in this city, on MONDAY, THE 2nd
DAY OP NOVEMBER NiCT, a certain lot on the South
west side of College street, and at the corner of Franklin
street, in tinulh Na-hvilie, fronting on College street 150 j
feet, and running back 14J Itet to an alley, on which ia 1
situated a iirica Dwelling House, formerly occupied by
And, also, one other lot in South Nashville, on Market
street, and at the corner of Franklin street, opposite tha
free public eciool-house. This lot fronts SSfton Market St,
and runs back to College street, and is a lot sold to Morgan.
Vance by John Nixon.
TitKsiri One and two years credit, with interest from dale
notes to be well secured, lien retained, and sale Iree from
redemption. C. D. BKIKN, C. A M.
octi-td. Chancery Court at Nashville.
SNYDEPw & FRIZZELL,
IVo. 21, Public Square,
APE cow in receipt of their Fall and Winter stock of
BOOTS and SHOE8, all of which are made expressly
for the retail trade, conis ing in part of
Ladies Buttoned heel Gaitert;
Congress " "
" Con r ess Gaiters, without heels;
w bide and Front 1 ace Gaiters, without heels;
" K'd Dd Goat Boots:
" 44 Boots, with heels;
" Sliplers, "
" " without heel-:
" White Kid and Satin Slippers;
" " " Gaiters;
Kilt .-tIISSI S.
Kid and Goat Welt Boots;
" " Witn heels;
Lasting Hatters of all kinds.
Plain School Shoes.
Boy's Confrresa Oai'era;
44 Calf Brogans:
44 Thick Boon and Brogans;
" Fine Calf Itot:
Also, a good stock of Shoes for children.
THICK mtflUAKS AND HOOTS.
Extra heavy Brogans for plantation use, Dutch Foots
for women. Also, men's thick Boota. Gar stock of thick
Brogans, are a very superior article, and wid be sold to
suit the timas.
octi. SNYDER k FRIZZELL.
4J I'.ST WEAK.
GENTS' fine Calf Pump Sole Boots;
44 44 44 stitched do;
" " " M ater-proof do;
" " 44 Congress Gaiters:
44 4 4 44 44 44 double Sole;
44 Calf Brogans ;
A Iso, pegged Congress Gaiters and Brogans of all de
scriptions. TIiriVKS, VALISES, AC.
Ladies' extra sixe Sole Leather Trunks;
4 4 44 44 Travelling 44
44 44 44 French - with Trays;
Gents' fine Sole Leather Trunks;'4
44 44 4 4 44 Valises;
4 Russett Valises;
Together with Carpet Bag, Blae' Bags, and Satchels,
all of which are effered at low rates for the onwA.
ceti. 90 SNYDER A FRIZZELL.
liEYiTCKY PLAMG HILL.
B. S. Mi TO.
J I. HK3DtK80!f.
Wat. LOKO ,
MAYO, HENDERSON & LONG,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS,
SASH, TM OR AND VFSITIAN BLIND FACTORY, Pla
ning Mill and Lumber IVpot, K gbth St., near Ken
tucky Central Railroad Dtpot, Covington, Ky.
We raanufactuie and krep on hand an extensive assort
ment ol bat-h. Doors, Blinds, Door and Window Frames,
Base, Moulding, Mantels, Pt asters. White and lellow Pine
FluoriDg, Shelving, Patent A eatherboarding and Planed
Boards of every variety of quality and thickness. We
also furnish lumber in the rough. Painted and Glaxe
&ah always on bsnd. Walnut and other hard woods
worked to order. TKUM3 CASH.
ept 82 -6mo.
HAVANA lLAi L.OT TEIIY!
Favorite Odd and Even Scheme,
MOSE THAN 1 PBIZE TO EVEET 2 TICKETS.
30,000 TICKLTM 15.18T lMCIXLS
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
Tickets t; Halves f?; Quarters tl.
Let those buy now who oever bought before.
And thote who always bought now buy tha mare.
PHIZES PATAELE WITHOUT DEDUCTIOH".
To be drawn every Saturday in SepteraS
ber and October, 1857.
Hrllllamt and luprecedented Sclirmr.
1 Prtsa of..
1 do of..
1 do of .
8 Prises of-.
..... bOO are
.... xm ara.
.... ltK) ars
.... fxi r
.... 8.5W are....
15,181 Prizes, amounting to $S8,000.
Bank Note of sound Banks taken at par. Checks oa
New York remitted for prises. Address erders for lickets
Or Certificates of Packages of Tickes to
ANDfcK.-'ON' k SON, Managers. Maeon.Ga.
tST" Orders for Tickets addressed to T. B. ANUiKfON',
Box Na. xsa, SashviUe, lean., will ta protnpUy sucwlta
to. Ah ULObOS A Managers,
Spt.10-td Macon, tia.
ST. Mtt"S UOMU.
A Select School far Young Ladies.
NUMBER LlVIITtD TO TWf NTT-FIVK,
MItS. Vi:i5i:il lasopeoedler scHol ia a retired
l-an of U e City, eo' ner ol l'nun and fi'i-uca a rveta.
Caslleuian! low. t rot. J aaaa b.s taken tha JTrcbcti e as.
t it n Kt
Eoflish Branchea.perPeasiuao 3 months, 25 tX)
Latin, Frrneh, fpauish, Italian, and ucrsuaa, each
per mouth, CO
tla'ie. Piano, par seaa'oo Rii
44 Guiiar, " " Oo
Irainj, Paoticg and Necdl Work, aiaal prtcas.
lauioa payabia suvuthl; ta ajlvano.
Raraaaaca J. I. I'sahl, swparictradaat ef tha Nash
villa tl (b Be Lou i, t. at. tuua, ff eaioenl at tb Board of
K li.ra"ai wtt a)if
Tt Tin: PUiSLlC.
AK advartuemast In lha) uafb, of yasterdav aaoreisg
abiiouotes mat "rakaewput had bean takca by ti.
sUiicd foreca," and that ea 44 1 oaia haoteoa was ta dasv
ger." W beg to tekrm the pub-u: (hat ha. 4A, Front St.,
ia sell barraied aod officered, with comptleal suao. IDi
furuttieJ wtta all U acveary Bsturaa for "Ujcldi aa J
ttcoaiUtf . attparior to any esiaAhahvaal ta tha e ty. Wd
Sttr s-ravlvcs that w art not oaiy bat spcrtoe
to any tou ta tha bustBeaa, and aa to-pcetsna ef vrors r
snaas' ip. w tbik, wui coavu.c lha toeat sieyitcai, tven
-m.t.u3 ouia." A ItUNltlCU A CO.,
ia cuaaaa u A. haiaaiuo,
aw.)l?. a. k Vrout street.
'HEET Bras, Bleeka, Mala, Wa.-hjr, AaWa, Gta Pack-
aj tag, Laa I lae tiiUC(,oa aasi aad tor sa: bv
ei. P.: u- LlCKfCT.
ta'iuE uisim:m nLM or hash,
'fUAT valuabla bu-iaeaa boute pmperty, slclslr.tiii,
X euraar, troaticg o tomt is ktaraet aire aa 4 iu va
I'aaKa, W fru.4 v be tcaacd for a tarn at years, ta
a fsarty or partia ata nl Usprwv ma su, ty kaijalo.
tiaerxoa a (uod kaslsaM kuaM ttt haaea.
fcns to kcaa arc tavued lu to w;i;ua pr-
poAsJa w.ih t:.s at.JitJ, t Wer Uxis.
tuia a a; -j -iacaiawa at w.
C D. bSlSST, c. ft M.
aae!V Chaacery Court at Sutm.
-ltf tcvr. J. t'heeae, a f; ' i sf to
C'a ti . ai.
R. C.McNAinY & CO.,
' L1KQB rOrRS IX ALL Ktr8 Of
Forekn and Domestic Dry Good,
Ko. C5, Coixroi Ftbskt,
WE have bow In store an onususlly large and "'""r
assorted stock of Pall and Winter Goods of ey'ry
d iseript os, and we are prepared to Oder 4?rt?'!D"
r ents to persons wishing articles in our line, than It n"
ever been our pleasure to do. Our stock, both as to qnai
ity and variety, will compare with any n th w"-P
otir prices shall be as low as it is possible for them to be
C tixen. and strsngers visiting the cty will do well Wgive
our stock an early and thorough examination, as we feel
we ean make it lo their interests. We would
tention of the buyers particuUrly to the foUowmg depart
ments ia oar business.
Elegant three flounced i!k;
44 two 44 do;
44 Double skirt do;
41 Bayadere do;
44 Bridal Dresses;
44 Dinner do;
44 Kvening do;
" Morninr Kobe;
41 Print d Delaines.
Together with an endless variety of medium and low
priced Silks. n P!onnce Botes a-Quille, and by the yard,
iu plain, p'aid. striped rnd bayaderes, also satin-faced,
and double-twilled Merinos and Cashmeres. . Great vaiiety
of all wool and Union Plaids, Mousdelaines, aud every
thing new and desirable in this way.
Cloaks, Shawls and Scarf?.
We have now the largest and too t elegantly assorted
stock in this wav, ever seen in the eoontry, many of which
-ere imported bv fewn. A. T. Stewart k Co, of New
York, expressly for our sales. In Velvet-, w hsve them at
all price?, from 18 to t200. We have alo black and grey
cloth, and Beaver Talmss ard long Cloaka, sc. for ladlea
and children in all qualities, at from lhree dollars i p.
ChaalsinaH fixes and qualities, both square and long, from
the most ord-narv to toe most elegant. Also just received
a fresh Invoice of tho e elegant high colored allPilk t4ie
nele bhawls that are really beau ifuL
Laces and Embroideries.
In this line our stock Is superb-embracing all the novel
ties of the season. Collars and Sleeves separate and la
setts, both for colors and mourning; elegant Bridal vei
and Handkerchiefs Lace Falls, real and imitation; Jaconet
and Swiss Tri mings and Klouncirgs. Real Valenciennaa,
Point Aplique Laces, Intertings, Ac, c.
3 4,10-4, 10 by 18 4. 10 by 14-4,10 bvl4. Damask Ta
ble Cloths, 6-4, T-4, 8-4 and 10-4 Table Damasa by the yard.
All sises, colored wol, Cnion and Cotton Table Cloths,
Plaid slri ed loilMnettes, Napkins, together with all kinda
of Diapers, Towelings Marseilles Qu lu, Ac, Ac. Also all
widths cotton and liuen 1 heelings Pillow Linens, Domes
tic, etc , etc.
flrnni Satin l.ainea in all eulor. with trimming4) to
match. Eiegant Reps In t hints colors, w.th Triroiringa to
match, tlriint Lae Mu.hn Ourtaina: all wool, unior and
cotton Damaaks In great variety, togettier wi.h Coioices,
Curtain Pins, and Bands.
Carpetlntrs and Oil Clotb.
Real Wi linn rarnrta. kWant Velvet and Brussels, in
.nttl .ri.lv Vl.ff.nt It rilv. and IniprainS. the Iograina
the largett and bet assorted we have ever offered, and
at lower prices. Also, Velvet and i assets nair sua u..
Carpets; Twilled and plain Venetian in au wiotna; logeiuci
with Felts, Drugged, Crumb cloths. Rugs, Mats, AC, Ac.
We are prerared to make and put down Carpet al tha
shortest notice. He have a large lot ol Floor Oil Ciotha
of the best makers, and in all wdih?, which ws will cut in
any shape to suit purchasers.
We have an unu nally Urge lot of all kinds of Domestic
goods. Bleached and Brown Cottons; wool, union and cot
ton Flannels, striped cottons for servant, in sreat variety.
Heavy goods for house and field servants. Prints, Olng
bams. Hosiery, Gloves, in short every thing in our line,
and at prices that cannot fail to give ta'istaction.
Od6 H C.M'NAlhYCO.
ELUGANT FALL GOODS!
WE are now in receipt of our Fall Importations, which
are unusually large; consisting ia psut of choice
Elegant Silks, Curtain Goods.
Herinoes, Table Damasks,
M. DeLaines Sheetings, Ac,
White Goods. Embroideries,
Eibbons, Trimmings, &c.
Great Btrgins in KICH SILKS, from large auctions
!o New Tork.
To which wc invite the special attention of the trade
Being determined to do aa eaclusive Cash Business, wa
feel conflJint we ean offer greater loducemeuta than can
be found in any other House in the city, both in variety of
btylea an 1 prices. All wo ask is a osreful examination of
slock before purchasing. .
W. A. 3. G. McCLELL AN D,
sept25. al and fJt Collegs street.
THOMPSON & CO.,
59 COLLEGE STREET,
NEW IMPORTATIONS FOR FALL
C0NSIST1XQ Jy PART OF
Rich Brocade Bayadere Bilks;
Brocatelle Antique do;
44 Velvet bide Maria Imperial-,
44 BrocheMoi Antique;
44 Velvet Flounced Hoh.j
Bayadere Sillts of alllGrades.
A SELECT STOCK OF BYES1SQ SILKS,
Bayadere Double Skirt, Bide Stripe and Flounces.
SIDE STRIPE DELAINES.
Klch Kobe Dechambrea fur Ladies and Gentlemen.
Delaine of all kinds.
SUA JVS, MANTLES, SCARFS, tjr,
EICH CHENILLE fHAWLS, something newj
44 VKLVKT MANTLEfc, new Style;
" 44 CLOAK3,
" CLOTHS 44 "
BCAKl'd OF ALL GRADES AND K.IKD3.
Laces and Embroideries,
An entire NKW STOCK, consisting of all the latest stylet
in tno aaaracs.
Great Job Embroideries.
CARPETS, CURTAIX MATERIALS, AND
Ilwuae t uruUUiiiK Geodi f mil kinds.
With one of the best assorted stocks of Domestic Goods
FALL & WINTJ
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAFS!
B. K. C UTTEE,
So. 26 & 59. Corner of ColleRs and Broadway,
HAS received his stock ei BOOTS. t?HO, HATS, and
TRUNKS, forth Fall and Winter Trade, consisting
in part ae fellows, vis :
For Ladies, Blisses and Cliildreu.
Ladies Dec Kid and alo. Boot tea, this and thick Eole.wtth
44 44 plain and trimmed;
1 44 Lasting Gaiters, side and front laced, with
44 " Centre 44
44 44 Kid 44 Buskins and Front TJe;
Miss. 44 44 and Mo. U ppers and booicas;
44 and Child. Lasting tiaiters and 44
Child, fine Kid and Mo. thick and Pump Solo.
1 y.ncy 44 44 Boots aodehpiers;
Wometii extra sis Kid tools bu. kios, Ac;
44 alo. 44 and 4
FervanU' heavy Calf, Kip and Mo., eatra sties;
For Gents and Uoj s.
Oeots' fine Pegsad and laeed Boots;
. . Vtater proof 44
" 44 Oj era " 44
u m 44 l sl, Kid, aad Buckskin Cong. G altars;
44 m .. - Uitordlie.;
m Broad Strap Cboes, pair p a1 wtlt;
Xt B. K. CLlTAK's,
Wo. 6 and 19, corner of CXIU-ga and Broodway,
l!oy, Youths and Children't
tINE Calf Boots, Brogvs and Oiford Ties;
1 kleua belt' and Youths' Coarao Broges and Boots, f
tha best quality aodsxtra siaea, made sapresaly to ordsr,
fur service, by B. K. C L TT k Ji.
Hati and Capi for Hen, Boyi and Chil
dren. IKECnvt'D direct fvoiu t manafa. toriea, all the lat
nt'jkf Fallfstd tr.ir.tar U a IS, nnaiatliig la pari
of the b -t rivmt'l eft f jr Hats, of all quaiu.M. Also,
a fnl! suaoriisrqt of Boen's aud bota4 Wool tlata. Wt I b
alios tha tuoat raaaaiaafala urn s lor rath, ee to pa actual
J aiers. . - CfTts.,
Ko. SS and 59, corner of Broadway aad C-Urga it.
s nff tk'-Toa hand, of all saaea, trwos
),lJLIv ibObaa widav Aa ttft lot of strong 1-aoc
Laataar, a'J uf uch 1 invtta lha aueatioa of all ptuiuira
aad atafbiiiial to th above articles, wbtcb will ba u.d
to aval itb lureaab, at No. &t and td, ooraar of suoad.
ay asu Culicga ttracU
aept ii. B. R. CTTTtjL
CVVV CIIaOTUIXU HTOll.
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WLNTgOTHIXG.
H.T. i, rrerirJ a larva aoj axteaalva ?ttk Stf
LL ANi" Wi.NrtK tiUJ.v V.ea a It a.iardcra
1. 1 CU'i!" ' i o M Hionaat ai, at prsta tuat aitt auk
ctr KEAt-I CLOT3IM3.SS aow eo.
tw.t. Ir utuaoounv aJ Hai'm wsar, aad wvouutt.
i-c -' thai JJtva fcjkiftl ataiiiUy to kl
m'.rf: us a eall.
CS.UtI.I fi Hi IST?w Ja retrl a 8ns a
suiuatat f Cowrd ahirw, tavawt aiyioa, and at tai.
a-s ) ia. Uay i i. tt. Aicull l.