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Friday Horning, October 23, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing the
Post Office better List.
Police to I raiikient Ad eriier.
All transient advertisements in this paper, roust be paid
or at the time they are handed in otherwt-e they will no
be inserted. Trausieut Job Work must be paid for on deli
very. Bankable money.
The not" of tne following Banka ere good aud
bankMe In this city :
Bank of Tenuensee,
t nion Bank,
Bank of Paris,
Bank of Commerce,
Back t the Union,
New Or -can Bunks,
Northern Bank of Tenn.,
Bank of America,
Bank of Mid'lle Tennessee,
Bank of Chattanooga,
C .mm- rcial Bank,
L. th Sen.tte v- ry lutle Lusni-.!" was transited
yesterday, and that bteJv a ;j umed at an early
hour till ihi inoriiiritf.
In the Home the re-olution providing for the
eletUou of a Ui.in f Stat-- S- nator was further ie-bat.-d,
by VI ecsrs. Saunders, Richard-Kin, While ol
Knox, and Kt-uiton, in opposition, and Mes-rs. Da
vidson, and William on the other hide. Trie de
bate wad t-picy and Lt rUiuiu.'.
The aiiiiu.l ourw- ol p- pul.tr lectures or the
ben. filof ihe Hob. rton Allocution will continence
on 'Ihursdiy ev'-tiinu, Sri of December m xt, and
contiiide every nuccee(Jing Thurmiav through the
month of D-ci nib. r and Jn.uarv.iu the basement
of th- Firet Pre-liytt-iUn Church.
ORPKK IT 1.IC1CRE8.
1st. Ja. M. Daviii-on, E-q D-c 31.
21. Hun. Win. II IVk, D c. 10U..
3d Dr W. K. Howling D-- 17th.
4th. J E H. ine, E-q , D. c. 24th
6th Jno Lyiton t'oi.:iL-k l.t-q D-r. 31m.
6th Rv Jcb-i' B. Fergueoii, J-hi. "Tin
7th. S.n.'l VI. Arnll, E-q., Jan. 14
8ih. Hon. N-il S. Brown, Jin. 21s'
th. Rev. Dr. llow. ll, J.i . 28 ii.
The offie re and mem .er ol t .i- A- eii io
earne-llv reqn -I uur ruizeua, ml al: :m tinp
ti'ize wit tti il-'itute, to C iiu fora-rf, m i, i.v
their iibcr d fatroi ae, ' anl uat'itliC.- i!-i in
stitution on a firm b.it-i.-. It w-, rh.irti r ) i y oui
1 IMalat tlie lt Febiuary, 185ft lor th.- put pne t.f
Ti-ltiD., taking C .re of, anil pr- Miiin lin the af
flict d ami oer-titui.- of our city. Du'in. th-- peri
O'l ol our or; ii iz-itioii. We have ilime iiiurli to n -li
vt- ;he waKtaol those who w r' in n- .1, 'ut our
id- ai B have e'ii wholly iaj.u-qu t- t. supply the
dem itpi iu I upon in, an the o j -ctH ol th-- t-eoi-i
lion. For th-- lir.t ihii pr-s n. to our
citize a full com-..- ot I cturt-g, huh i.nin
to continue ev.;ry winter, r-o loiiij as t mpo ia
tion tuny xi-t, an noefl'oit will i. tii on the
part of in- odic r io it-cure the b- nt l-d nt lli
country ufTouls, with the viw of making our I c-lure-room
a pla- e of ten r.il r eort. an" t'.- let -tun
i pioGt tbl- t.o tlnfe wi o iitt.-D-l, urt il rt th
Aooc'iition. Evry noil r coi.tritiuted to l -i- A
fiociaiion i8 f ithlully npplit-tl to th- w-tnia ol the
ick. Th- officer- Hnd nji iiite r t ceive no r wrd
for their labor, but th- conscious!. i-S of tloin. theTr
duly, and nil we urk id the pri-p- r ir. oufjr' met t
of our 'iiiz-iih.
Ticket-for the nea-on cm be procure I ai the
bookttorei, or ftoiu any of the offict T.
Sitrlt. Tickets. 60 ct t.is; it ntlem-tn and Loiy
75 centr; ?hoi. Ticket 3; Family Tickei $5.
R. W. Mc'Jatock, Pre-tident
St. "'laiii M. vtoiiGaB, Vice Pren
V ii. Clnninoham Secreurv
JlMK-t M. HAWKINS, l'r.-a-urrr.
October 24. 1657
Warrru t'oiiiily- t untlk.
We have heretofore tjwtlt at -.m.- Im th upon
tne iviit s of noil, t liiu it , Si ., of W rren
'ii,, 'y; in I upon t- '-lk ii it nr S wli-c
en ii iCI ri- il i ii - ountv -Hi e t e r .ili.iil ha
op n 'I to its p.oilu '8 rei ly an 1 remunerating
nirk"H W'e ne rl r-o' r - ur to them aiin VV'e
w ill, however, rein- ntion the Hale of Ian In th re by
Col. Geo. HI it-cock, which 1 1 It h pi ice next Tue,i
day. Thes It it tld are Hitu-iteii in a gtioil, thriving
and healthv neigi borl ood, and are v ry tlenir .bl--.
Persona denirous of attending the sale, we are re
quested to a.iy, m-iy leave hi re on the cata either
Sutnl iy or Moi.diy for McMiuuvilh- at wnich point,
arrangements have been mide to convey them to
the litnl.t A fine b-irbecue will be prepare ! for
Th r-- wan mure exciting sport oq the N-hville
Conrs yt-Hlerilay Both rtcee were run with spir
it ihiou . hunt, and .id-led gr.-atiy to the hih t har
act rol the wimierH a ciipitdl race nags. W pre
sent below a t-u 'iiiu-try :
VDCKTII DAY THCIfliAT, OCT. 2J, 1857
Sweep-tukea fur 2 year olds $100 ,.;tra ,ce
f50 forf. it 1 Mi..- out.
Wm. Roumltree'a c f, by Gl -ncoe, I nu
Jine W ttr-on by Pri tm. 1
John Kt iiiifdy- ch. c, by Albion, clam
iy Ain-lerbv. 2
M N. CuL'yV r. Po 8oo, byGl. nco.-,
dam l import' d Slump.-!.
Brasher it Powers' ch. c , by Albion,
dam t'T L vi ithau
W . C. Sht rio iV br. f., Allln. Dei I, by
E mIdid, limn Princecs Ann, b Loviihaii. pd. ft.
W. T. Che.'t Mim'a s f., by (ilencoe, d ini
Senora Love, by Leviathan. prj. ft.
E. Thompson's b. f., by (Ji. ncoe, out of
the dam of Mary Bowen, by L vialhan. p( ft.
fCONP RACK iat DV.
Joik y Club Pure, J300 Two Md
closed wit (lie fol. owing elitri c :
Campbell & B irton'a b. h. Bill Fo-t. r,
6 y-arsoll, y Warner, dam by imp rtetl
V. S. StcvensoaV b. h. Tancred, 6 years
old, by Soveriegn, dam by L vialiiau.
P. S. Fowler'a b. f. l)aiy Burns, by
Lambda, dam by Pacific, 3 year.-i iiM.
V. C. Lucus'si g. h. Diik A :kiu-on, 4
yearii old, by Grey Eij.1-, dam by imported
Time, 3 47; 3 48.
The following i the till for to-dv :
imi itT-vkidat, ocr. '.'3, 1357.
Swiepbiakt-a lor 3 J ar olds f-60 mtmnce
f 1U0 forbit Two mile heal Club to add f 3u0 il
two or Diore tt irt.
1. Wiu Uoui.dtreo rulers ch. b., Tm Kims, by
3d Bunion, doui Sally Juntr, by Leviathsu.
2. Win. Koui-diree slrto rniera b. f, Kale UJt
by Albion, Jmn by Priim.
3. B. F. Chiatham ei tvrs ch. C , DeSoto. by Ep
silom, dau Cottage Girl, by imp. Ait.dirby.
4 P. S. Fowler enters tr. f., Du sy Burna, by
Lauida, dam by Pacific.
6. A. Turner enters cli. I , by Gleutoe, dam
Prim-eat" Ann, by Lev up an.
First 11 ice io cuii).- otr at 12) o'doik precisely.
Jockey Club Purae, 250 Mild II tu Tl rt
best iu tie clo-cd with the (oMowing:
1. P. ti. Fowler enters b. f., Dai-y Bun s, by
Latuda, ilato Pacific, 3 ytais ol I.
2. Will. L Foal. rnl. rs b. f, Emma Philips, S
years old, by Ebouy, Din by II. I.th.iztr.
3. G. B. W likinsoti enter b. m., Betty Ilaaklos,
4 years old, by llos, dam by Job.
4. Eli Odotu enter b. f., Lucy Crook, S years
old, by Albion, dam by Sovereign.
f2f"The steamer J'rinttit wts sdvertlsej to
lav LouisvilU TuesJsy ereniog fur i is port It
will bo a 't n time bifore t!;e shrid sound of her
whistle tar ties the loafer on oor wharf. VVby a
buairjd pouud' ct-uU oau't iiarBais the Shoals,
Theatre. Mr. Perry, the versatile young actor,
who has made such a de. i.ied hit here, takes a
benefit to night; and will appear io tragedy, come
dy and farce. In the tragedy of the "Drui.kard,
or the Fallen StVjd," he will p. r.ionate Edtcard
Middltlon; in the teriing old comeo'y of ' School
for Scandal," Juseph Surface; aud in the farce o!
"A Mao about Town," Skirts. These characters
give his admirers an opportunity to witness him
in a variety that comprises nearly the whole range
of the drama and to form a correct opinion of bis
ability to adpt himself to at y role. We bespeak
for him a full hou-ie.
TauRfDAr, Oct. 22, 1857.
Aid. Fogr, from the Finance Committee, submit
ted the Reporta of the Revenue Collector and Wa
ter tax Collector; which were rend and ordered to
be filed. The first showed coll-ctiona amounting
to $4.1G9 05, and the latter collections atnouptiug
Aid. Fogs; also reported on s-veral accounts;
which were ordered to be paid.
Aid. Coltirf. from Stre. t Committee, nrenente-l
th - R port of the Sn. et Overseer, in relation to
wont aone on the streets since 1st inrt. Report
Aid. Ware, frotu Maiket Houne Committee,
m-rJe a v. rbal statement in relation to the ilatket
ihe r sigtiatiou of Wm. Jack-on, one of the po
lireim-ii, waa presented by Aid. Darden, of the Po
All. D. hlited th-it a vacancy had occurred in
t e police d. partm. ut, by on - of the watchmen
beiu appoint-ti Deputy Marshal.
Aid. Fo:g, from Special Committee, reported
anaintii l..e propriety of raisin:: a i-tandiug Com.
mitt.-e to b- known na th - Relief Committee.
Al l. Ilaile, Irom Fir.- Dt-pirtmeiit, to whom was
referred the petition of Win. Slockeil, to erect a
fr..njed house on Ash sleet, reported in favor of
the prater of the pel ition r.
Aid. Dir. 'en. Iron.- Police Committ e, to whom
was reft rred the petition of Jerry Dwyer aud TliGS.
Gille.-s- y, r. ported in favor of traiitiug the prayer
of i he p titioi ers
Aid. Paul pr- st-nted the resignation of Aid. Wil
kin on, of Hie 8lH Ward, as he had be. u app dated
on ot the Dt-bUf. llarahals.
lie Mayor presenle i a count u ic ttion from a
committ -.-of jitiz n- ol the 8tn Ward, at tint! that
at . public rue- tiuj, l ey had tleci led to r. com
laeinl Wm. F. Vleacrura as a suitable geiitlemau to
elect a- an Al i.-rinan t r i-aid Ward.
I he Bu r i th.-n w.-nt into the , lection of an
Alderman of ihe 8 h Ward, an i W. F. leacbara,
Ira P. Jotii-H, U Cox, aud llujn Canoll were ev-
. i-tly i. . -iiiin,! ted
Irt ' Jom a w-ia ej. t-t d ou t: e fir t bd!ot
Al t F.i Si moved to s:o into I'.e lection ol two
ttCnn. ii, t . fill Vac. nit ie-i.
Aid. Hall. , A r and other-, i ppoe the . lec
tio., ol ..i.v mure ich'iiMO, contending that t- t-r
wi i. air. ady culhi-i- iu number
I he Buurd. n a vol.- of 8 to 6, determined not
to 1-t t ai-y uur Ht;'unen.
A puiiioi of F M lluih-s, to erect a framed
fii. d in t e 8th w.tid, pres- uud by Aid. Home,
wa- gr inied.
a I . Ware, pi sente I a bill from Dr. May field,
for ..t' n ing a fau.iiy of paup. rs. Declared out ol
Al l Love ii tin )uc d a bill td r. gulate the Mar
k t J'.if.-.e lii-.ti r. ading
,1 . Dir. I. ii iuiro.iut:ed n bill to let the police
in ii o outy at 8 o'clock, P. M., instead of 7,
al pie-etit Pa-t-ed first rea ling.
l i. ti ..lit- i.tf red a re.-oluti-ju authorizing he
u ait-r v oiks' Committee lo contract for fuel lor
in- A r Works lor the next six months. Adopt
Hi.- Mayor pr sentcd t ie bond of Chas A. Ful
I-r, i.-a-urer tK-ct, which was accepted by ti.e
Bo r i.
Aid Davis t ff r d a risolutiou provi ling that a
;a- lamp be pul up opposite the Broadway Hotel,
ou Bio id Btr-et Lost.
Al I. Brown introduced a bill to amend the act re
li'i'.tf toslav. a, so as io p.-rmit th. m to bt out till
9 o' lick, without a pass. Pas.-ed fir.-t re adiug.
Al . Love otlere.) n rei-o'iition to employ leu addi
t on il h n is to work on the wi.ar'. Passed.
Al Ptul, a r solution top nun th.; fenn ssee
and Al.tiam- Riilmad to make a tontiacl with the
Sup.n -t I 1. 1 ot the V ,'er Works and Water
o k- tommiit -, for a Mipplv of Water for loco
iii iv - im ? ,id io. I, A -t. pi i.
Al). Uavi.s, a r.nliii"!i to .ill iw t'ie Broadway
hoi I he lite u-e ol gi-lortw, Ive moiuh-t. Lost.
All. Downs, a r-solutiou to pro iioit any Alder
in iu lrom taking couiracls uu-ier ttie corpora tiou.
Aid. Haile, a petition from Delu.e Fire Compa
ny, No. 3 Kef-ir.-d lo Fire committee.
T'.e hi hest pre uiuiu was awarded to I. M. riin
ger k Co , f .r the ben Pewi:;g Machii.es, -t he iai-t exhi
bi inn ot the Mec.'iao cs' iu-tituie rjir, Let i in Nahvil.e
O ulie. 19. h, 18 7. iirhce for ihe exhibit. ou ai d i-ale of
-in.tr'- i proved I'reiuiu.u ewi .g Macnie., 4o Puoiie
Sqia e over ilic's Ch.na Hall.
.Jt-.l 1. WM. A. SINGER, Agent.
11 ug ne ltruliiers,
Piac ical Artists in every branch of Pliotoraphy and
Khole al- aud retail dealeia iu An bro'ype, Melainolype,
Ph lograpti, an i liaxuerreot pe goods ; Apparatus aud
Chemical?., ol every kind, variet and descup.ion u ed in
ihe aiiovn Arts. All orders ill be pioui.tl tilled, and for
warded to any part of the counirj at the ver lowet mar
ket ratei-, lor cash, 10 which the trade arc re.pectfuliy iu.
vi. ed. Also Amenta for the sale of Meia.notypi and ,kjiher
retype itighti. Ht-GiIrS BitO'B,
fep:4. 26 I'nion street, laithvi'ie Tenn.
a M 1 1 i n T W si
-a- I U V U . X Li O .
g.T7 ne are nuinoriit-.i to announce Mnsas bimulktom
Kb4 , a candi -ate fur Tinted States .-en a tor.
Nil 1.1(1 1 IAI.I V.
ITT Ve are authtinzed tn annnuiice Jimks M. Hintom as
a can. I. .late fur . hentl of Davidson county, al the next
jT W'e are author red to announce hm.s K KhsuMmui
as a candidate fur .-heiiU of 1'avidsuii county, at the next
. We are authorized to announce E II HmLKT as a
candidate tor rhenU ol Davi.ii.uu county, at the next .arch
- We are authorised lo announce A. Creele, as a
candidate foi Shei ill of uavulwn c.iunty, al the next arch
lilt A I I l III It a ( M.ltK.
IT We are authurixed ttr announce t apt Jmia S Dxsu
nu as a candidate for Co nly Court Clerk, at the March
. . We lire authorised to annouuee Faux It. Ciixxt
iiaxi, as a cauilidatr lor re-election to the olhcc of County
Couit C'iei k Elecliiin in March ucxt.
We are utho ixed to aucounce Tiioti. D Stixinkm
as a candidate fur County Court Clerk al the ucxt March
t i v riirsTi:i:.
( ff We are autl.ui litd to announce Joiia Kins a- a
c.ii.nid it. for re-electiun to the othce ol County Trustee, at
the euuiii; March rlecnnu.
tiv" Wo are authorised to announce T. T. Sacsiai.a as a
ra-i.i'.Ule f..r tlie oihee of Coaiity rru.ttec,at the euauing
t o wrAin.i;.
r We are authorist-d to announce 'osarH I Idia as
a cauditlaie lur ui. tai.h-, I iho raahviile I'l-nnct.
V We a e aiillio: iled to auuouncu Jaws B. 1'i.Kav as a
cai dida'.e fur I'o .siaMe, in the .Na hwllc liuakl, al th
ensumi; aich ch-cnuu.
Iff We ii - mi hunted lo announce Klutch-b W. ll-m
an acai ili-la e fur c'uuiiahle in the Nai.,nile tn-lrit t, at ill
eu-uiii M trctt . I- cnuu
Jili.N Voi.K Ct.,
Book Sellers, Book-Binders and Blank
-o. 3S, I iiioii Nt., .uUv ille, Temi,
i ii.oK m m.ii 'n 11:1.1 nt a n:i
( rank I die's Iilutr,d Neti fcr this week, coot ain
Mr. . Ins and her to ir children in tha dirih; Th Rescued
fni l'.tD. n from the ceutral America, kuiu cf
King's Pla iter. Ac , Ac for talc by
oct'S. JOHN rOKK A CO.
Mitlimi Le Vert's Travels.
Ethel fo.ire-1 Georgia II 10k.
bruifniu'i rVrmoo1, 1, t aa4 ar S-;rie.
l'urcon's I. if and Miaistry.
The Planter's l.ukh.tr. A tale cf LouUiana.
Mo-id. by Mariou Uarland.
lidJu Pain. "
I title Dorr it. Iiy Charle D ckroa.
Tt.timuuy of ia kucas. Bj M.l;r.
A thiu'- liUtory -f Rome. By hooor.
Ja t icvs.t.d by Juas ToUK A CO
liorwu't Miguis. and rutoamS Month'y, for October.
Harper' Msfislt., Kt OtU lr,
Urir' Jaroal of Cil l4t.oa.
Lv.li's N Vofl Juurnt .
Porter' Salrtl of th Tunes.
N Tors latds'cr.
Furs.laby lP-3l JOHM TORS CO.
io u i:va ui.
QTRAtrD fiwu it ptt.r of J. a. t'ayo. abwat th
J Itt of Aug-u.t last, a BAY UUlvSr, wnb a snip uuM at J
a b'ftidih Iu ih ef y, oa, bo.ii. iitd ei whit,
vt sJJ.e-u-ars uo hi a;, Ka-lioia, abd w.U wsd.
lk H. VI M. T. HUudl
i a t . v a 1 1 1: t u i ii i:,
N Land ;.J f-r by
a I-'-. P. D.P1C1UT.
The Traveling; Community.
A remedy such as BtERHAYE'd HOLLAND BITTfRS
cannot be too high b recommended To tfce traveling com
munity, enpeciall i, it is certainly an invaljalle reuedy
having little or no exerciie contanfy exposed and fub
ject to the effects of a change of climate aud sater, they
require noine pleaaaot medicine,of thi kind to rejjulate the
ilolloway's fillv aud Oiutuienl. Tlie
genuineness of thei-e invaluable remedies ,s easily known.
Look to the wafer mart of the word "Hollouiay, -A'eta
Xork and London," m sen.i tramparent letter in the pa-
ptr of the bo-.k of directions. If th.s is not to be sctn
when held la the light, the same L spurioa.
bold at the manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all druggists, ai 2&..C2hie.. and CI per box. 44
Rhium atism NaoaaLOiA. The agonies of Eheamatism
and Neuralgia are kn.ong the moat acute with which the
human frame U ever afliit: td,td Lave heretofore been
f cund ti e cut difl ctlt io r. moe. Usppily a remedy U
no diicovertdly wh.ch lie most obstinate ease can be
immediately cured. This sovereign remedy is Bazoo's
A acne Iujmkbt, for tse by Lruggiats generally. It is
jijptib Drce-.uar for the sufferer to try ft, to be atarcd f
iu emcary. octllm.
AN IMPCETAM lTf.ll TO THE BUEVIVOES OF
TH LATi. "WAE WITH JfllXICO-
LcakikbC H.,8. May 12, 1S66.
Da. C. M. iACKOa. betir Sir: After my return from
Mexico, I wa.kenuualy aMicied with that terrible disease
which has carried to the (rave so many of my fellow
aoldiers , Uhronic Diarrhoea, accompanied with Neuralgia,
brought on by the climate of Mexico, and the mode of
living, wnile engaged in tfce war. Ihe relief I have ob
tained from the ue of Uooflaud's German Bitters is as
toni.bing, and 1 met cheei tuily have, and still continue
to recommend the bitters id all who are similarly select
ed, behev Lg ihat the benelit that will result from their
use will be lncaiculab.e.
Very respectfully yoors,
K. G. BILLING.
Liite Lieut of Company 0.,
Palm-jtto Keg't. 8. C. Volunteers.
Re sure and ask for Uooitind's Gentian Bittert, and see
that the signature of CM. Jackson, is on the wrapper of
For aaie by druggists and storekeepers in every town
and village ii the I nited biatts, W est Indies and Cana
das. Price 75 cems per bo.t e. Principal Gfiice, 418 Arch
.tree., I'hi.adelphia, Pa. Cotl-lm.
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
t on u.ea to eSfiage in the sale of the most
popular celling Boous in An eric... Invalids, mechanic ,
farm, re and teachers, i hing to travel, will find this a
very prt fitable ai d pleasat.i business, enabling them to
ee the country, and make monej at the same time. A
gents no . in the business are clearing from $500 to $1 50
ter year. F -r lull particulars and a list of Book, ddrea
H. M KCLISUN. Queen City Publnhing House, 141 Main
st e-1, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living East, D RULIS0N,
f iladelnhia sept21.
(i'bvkk and Acox. Poremost among the various remedies
for this disease .anda Dr. halienberge 'a Antidote A
lew doses willcuie any oidinary case, and one done inva-
iabl.t stops the chdls. It contain, nothing in the least
degree r.unful to the nyalem under any circumstances,
and never produce the unpleasant eflecta that attend the
se of Quinine and other agent in jene al use. It cures
evt-r form of the disease,aod is the original and only An
tidote for Miliaria.
A-k Io.' br. thullenb. rger'a Fever and Ague Antidote,
and be rure vou get pills, ."old by respectable Druggista
everywhere Price $1 50. Sole Propiietors. A. T. fsiL
LKKBaauan A Co., Rochester, Pa. Qaug4-3mdtriaw.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall tbousaodaof people die of Flux,
Cholera. Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowel. It can now be cured in every case tor 75
cents, hy the use of TUCKEE'S CHOLERA 8YEUP,
which ha been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effecrua
remedy now in u e. It has performed more astonishing
cures than anv other tptcific. A human life can be saved
in nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cent. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
Forsaeby KLKNAN BAINS and T. WELLS, Drag,
gis apr24 6m
105 MEDICAL PEEPKATIONS
FOR THE COKE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The undersigned, having been appointed sole Agent for
Nashville, for the sale of M e Medical Preparations recom
mended n ' Dr. Fieese" Con biner System of Practice, for
Physicians aud Faniilie5, would recpectfuTy nffer them to
such of otrcitu n a need a restorative to liealth.
The-e preparation.- are con pounded Tom the recipes of
the i ost celebrated rhyticians nd Surgeons or Europe
and America, and will cure eveiy i twvn disease, that Is at
all within the rrach often edes. These Preparations have
been tested for ears bt Profe;sor Free.e, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have be-n found Invriably eOectual.
For further patticulars, -ee Dr. Freeze' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, tt ge her with Cards, Posters, Ac.
n.ith H e Ilnck, Mt oicine Chest, and Medicine may be
had of the undersigned, at hit. Drug Ptore, in Nashville.
JOHN J BEEf II,
No. 20 Sewanee building, ollege at.,
unel! 6m. , Nashville, Tenn.
Roval Havana Lottery.
1'HK next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government:, un
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Havana. on
' Wednesday, November -Itli, 1837.
Hortco Muinero o8J Ordinarlo.
Canllal tri'.c 100,100 lolls.
I Prise of $HH),uuO I Prise of JiS.OOS
li " " 1,000
8J " " bit)
Su Approximations.... fi,SO0
4 Approximations to the $1(H),(HK) of GoO each; 4 of -lnoto
V),IKIU;4 of 4i HI to an,n(HI; 4 of 4tt' to'0,000; 4 of 400 to 3,000
Whole Pickets s-iO ; Halves SlO;
'riaes cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount,
tills on the Nashville city Banl taken at par.
t drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result becomes
,--y Communications addressed to DON RODRIC CEZ,
'Care o' Oitv Post, Charleston. Ho. Ca.,) until the 4,th of
November. H5I, wil he attended to Oct. 17 td
M NCF ACTCRtK A D DK'LERIN
HATS, CAPS AM) LADIES' FI RS,
u. '2'.l Publiic Square,
n ism viM,i:, TI SS.
LADIES DKESS FURS.
OPEVING OP THE
UTK Ml ALL OP-N OIR Fl'K ROOM THCHSDAY.
eCT Irtr K, IS r, anil be nrenared lo exhibit a Isrcer,
id choice st .cli of Lail -s and Mi.-ar rnc Dre-s fori,
ban e have ever ttefore o1er-d, embratiaf KuHslan,
li .tl-ou -v and Canada Sable, illone Ma'ten, Ei.ch, fl
brri it S iinrel, l.vnx.and ad the lower grade, of I on,
.ie t p ib the late-t -tv i-. Some very ha id oina Itobe
in.i Knot MLII , f.r csniaire..
A. J. FKANCI-C Furrier.
..-. !'.' N.j. X, Publi--qare.
CI FN'l.rM'-N ahoar ambl.ioa.t lo wearaTASTT HAT
I are nvitetl to call nd examine ini beautiful st;, le at
ths ilat and lur uoorijiu of
A. J. FRANCIfCl,
rei t25. S Public rjuire.
Those French Felt Hats.
4 KRrJti .upply jusl recsiv
cd lit the Emporiutn TS
rit4N. i-o.iii. !J
81 Public Square. P"
ropper, Tin, Sheet Irou Wares, 5Lc.,
ho 10 Broad st., and 84 South Market:.,
. AMI Vll.l.l., n...
I CUT RtCUVrD AND FOU Skl.t, A LARGE ANO
l complete uiortmrnt of Cvoamir and Uaati&f Lvea,
of cverj st,prie anj pattern, 'that i brongbl M this
We are manef ctunn th Wrot eht Iron Cookinf Plovea
of all im, raagtca in pra: Irwta I o lo 1 14u, ol th best
aod euvlesl n ii.nd.
I to War wholaula and retail.
C'pr and fheet IrvB Work fcjrsll k'nJtot Machlnerv,
f '.ca i. butt, SiaUonarv tngieet. Ail. Bull aod Umi.ury
Work, a-1 at tr. shortest ooUoa. oda r .en J and
rrpamd, re-oBo,- and spouiin- dun with Hftitit.. .nd u-l-wa.
Iq Uei. vtylbia- lital rairn Tin, t'oppar, or
UliHi irou.l. iIuq. I) ua in l l nanuer. and a. ikH
Mc. CoNLKIf M JtHINS iN,
No. 10 Bioad l. aod tt fcouia Mar-ei si.,
rilir undersigtal havto order lur HFAT. wrtlt.
1 thhial rt rat dehn b!e at UXrcaAlcr
rau rit.ai.cordr broad aaJ t o.icj
JtilylT If. C-utloo d P'la"w broa,M ,
l Ta V U n 'V S. "
5WJt l. .y Chlor LND WaRRAXTW at wty i.lttn
ho 43 tuef rr unrt la my abuse, aepiy it. fc.
tUAJ-sUad. lUJ-lj) J.U.taXiuWia.
BY TlIK SiATIONAL LINK.
f Report Famished by the Associated Press.
Niiw Yoek, Oct. 22. T'-e North Star, wita
Southampton dates ot the 8th, bas arrived. She
brink's no specie. Tt e K garoo is signalled. The
dates of both are anticipated.
Philadelphia, . Oct. 22. Worrell, Coat & Co.,
J. Hooper, oou & Co , drv goods dealer?, have sus
pended. Business gloomier.
A5ihHK80TA. Returns favor the Democrats.
Locistillic, Oct. 22. 4 feet water in the Canal;
River rising; tlx feet water from Sl Louis to
Nw Orliaxs, OeL 22 Colton, sales 3,500
bales at 9J-10. Receipts, 1,730 bales. Superfine
Flour $5 00. Sugar lOiill. Molasses 4045.
FicaocUIly thedjy was more gloomy. Businef;s
New York, Oct 22. Cotton qui- t. Flour 4 J0
a4 80. Wheat while $1 35a$l 40; red $1 2-Sa
$1 82. Mess Poik 21 25 Whisky 21a25.
Coffee quiet. Sugar steady. Linseed Oil 63a64.
Cincinnati, Oct. 22. Flour 4 25a$4 80.
Wbieky 15J Wheat 75a85.
Pittsburg, Oct. 22. A bench warrant was Is
sued against O'Coun. r &. Co., brokers, al the in
stance oQthe Merchants' and Manufacturers' Bank,
chargiog him with fraudulently obtaining $185,000,
by complicity with the book-keeper. O'Oonner
claimed to act as agent of the bank to draw specie
from other backs, aodset up other defences, deny
ing indebtedness, &c. Further investigation waa
waived, O'Conner having assigned. The Dotes oj
the Bank are still taken, notwithstanding the above
Nohtolr, Va., Oct. 22. Upwards of 60 Ship
Carpenters were discharged from the Navy ya.
Stractjse, Oct. 22. A Convention of the Inte
rior Banks of New York State was held to-day 80
banks represented. It was resolved to prepare for
resumption at an early day, and keep bills as near
ep cie as possible, and to increase time of discounts
lo the extent of their ability to aid in forwarding
produce. A Committee was appointed to effect an
association of Country BanKa lor mutual protec
tion, and to arrange a system for redemption and
exchanges, to report at a future meeting. Adjourn
ed. VV. A. JOHNS0i & CO.,
Commits io i McveViants,
27 CAllOSDELET STREET,
UOISE FlUMSIMG HAKDWAUE
PIC0T & SP0TWELL,
No; 63 ITlHiden I.ane, New York.
IMPOBTSTS ASD JOBBXE3 OF
CDTLERY, FENDERS, TEA TRAYS, FIRE IRONS, TIN"
KLDand hNAMtLtD HOLLOW WA.KJC,
FKENCH TINNED WARE,
ANDIRONS, FRY PaNS.CUAI. HODS,
PLANISUtu JAPAN ti PLATED A BRll'ANlA WARE,
PLATED SPOONS A: FOKKS,
Inlyl4 4m. V 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
r. A. i KUTHOLD.
A. O BUKKOCDT. 8. M. THOMPSOa.
BEKTH0LD, BEEN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
AD SSALBKa IB
Eope, Bagging, Bacon and Flour,
!o. 134 Necoiid tret, hulut I.ouisi Iflo.
Consignments of all Bouthern Produce received
and promptly atteuded to
Imay 15 riwAwly.
H. T. BAKTLSTT.
a. c n'couii.
t. i. a "comb.
BABTLETT, M'COMB & CO.,
Commission Ai roivarding
NO. 25 LEVEE ft 60 C0MMEECIAL ST.,
JsAIJNT LOUIS, MO.
(S? Liberal cash advance made on Consignments.
W. H. GORDON A CO., WM. P. BRYAN, EaQ.,
July 22 8m. Nashville, Tenn.
a. r. ante Lkt
a. a. bAKCBSz.
Jv IK CI I LEY SAXCIIEZ,
Produce and Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FL0TJE,
OATS, HAY, 6lC
io. 7 Warren Ulocli, Augusta, Ga.
ff Particular attention given to the sale of all con
signments. mayl8 6m
2 A 22 p. waehahts-
WHEELER & EVERETT,
33 n. O X3L 33 JEt. S
N W YOIIK CITY,
U' jLi, pay for Hounty ' nd Warrantn of al' denomina
tions, iau PI K CENT. AhoVt MARKET PRIChS,
until October 16th, we hsviog a large amount to deliver at
that time. Send thetu along
The following are the latest
Parties tending Warrants by mail, will be paid the came
a though they were personally present. Draft reunited
by return mail. Address
3 WHEELER A EVERETT,
Brokers, New York City.
New York, August lo, 1S5T. aug27--2m.
J. II. IiOPPi.lt & CO.,
WHOLESALE A XV RETAIL
G- O 0 3E3 S8L S3,
AND DKALKRS IN
Liiciuovs ;m Produce,
NO. 51, COLLEGE STREET,
No. CO Front Street,
C i n c i u n n t i ,
"tEf.LS Cotton, Ptond Vloow laow, OaAls, PaitD FaciT,
Ac , and fill orders for article of Cincinnati Produo
and Manufacture promptly and to best advantage.
'I'HK (ubscriber take this method of informing hi old
A customer and frieDds and the public generally, tha
h ha removed hi Hsrdware ftore from the old stand 00
Market strct. lo No. 53, in the large brick building, lately
erected on tlie South side af Broad street, where be keep
aonstahtly on haad and makes to order th various articles
embraced In bis line of business. He in vile especial at
tention to his larce assortmeot of CASTING, B"LLOW
WAKr, BRS, c , ueh a Mantle and Coal Grate, Wag
on Boxes, Plow Mohls, Straw Cutters, Crrn-She'lers, Cora
Crushers, Mill-Crushers. liaicony Work and Iron Fencing,
CoOee Mills, Tea Settles, Brass Kettle Dog-Irons, Candla-t-'.icss,
and an almost eudieaa variety tx other articles.
JanlW tf ADKEW ANDLHBON
Gentlemen Take Notice.
' I UAT we nuw tff r off r sale a oar store,
1 iso. id ( luaii riti;t:T,
the largmt aud be.t (electea assortment of:
lICt:ss, IMTS, II f ARRETS,
IIKH K, una VLMS, ULUVtii,
OVl.K-IOATS MIAUL.H, NIIIICTS,
Co'lar, H.oderch ef , Uaif-H e, Ac, to ba found In tha
citv ; ar.d that all our goods ar. alway of the very beat
make, quaiily and material.
CUFT0N A ABBOTT,
OctS. 1'. Cedar street.
READ Y-MAVfi CLOTHING
Gentlemen's rurnifihing: oods,
RF. now rtcetmnd ope olog at their Store, No J.,
l South Mde oblic S-ia.re. a very large and entirely
new stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, luruudiiot IKjoda,
and a C".d sioca Freocb Cloth, Cas.nuere an Vewiing,
which wa will ma. oi to order and warraat to -all or ma
ai. Most ot our wack of lead ymada Clothing w eaa
aleiy recommend it a oe n free from tba aal oiaetioa
of a. tern mad Ciotluug. Our etoca eoosu.a im part ot
the fulloaisg arlK icsJ .
French t lo.hs A Cassimere; Moriao Cudarstlrt A Draw;
eivel. Ptttih Veating and Ad wool L'nJ thvrt
-a A Brw. t.oVo, F lac Be I
Black aud Fauey GrnidlnS Draw aod eUsWj
liver Coat.; Wool.n a Cheu CortfOrt;
Muteotf lkvt SwIuxlH fcd- Cndr.!iirt;
Royal fculUnJ tircuUrs; Col'd M-irt.aJl Co'lara;
irvochatid tc.-luh bte.". I ta Uau C ratr.U and gatrf;
irek aad Tahnaa, )' at.d Youth.' . hirta;
Ore, u.i Fr.e Coats, ' Patented 0aou'dr
ppotnea' I'oaU; Baam fchlrta;
A lrg htoek of Ian ; Fmo. and M.r.e. , Bhirl;
Hoy, uvereua., S in Collars;
Boy' Froc foals A J kiU,Ua.a Catub. aal Fob,
ithc and lliHiuo, Ct. 'I'i
Nc Tt.., Uiuve aad fw - l" i't Bo
peotler; X c and Cmbrwllaa;
w leei that with our ton iv.m and taciuuaa we
entoy, fcv succ.dirJ in t(iaf aa auortmaet of
jnoa,, h'ca cantitH Uii to pl aa re sard. alyi and
prteve. W. lav-.ta tt atlecu B ct aMuuacit, and will
cfcgaca lo give t-.-ficiioB t an who may larbr u. with aa
wtwuiaiwa ol twr Buck. "Otm A i-LVli-nJ,
J.hvUi, 6pl 13- j.XS.fcauth U PufcUa Sqaara.
Ni:taor.i iu sti.i:.
A llrr Untit r la grl goad Kervainta.
p NtY FIVE or thirty Negrur. e-is tieg al Me.
X W oeo, L! u4 tittit. i-ii a.i.ciuji U eatlad
La a s. i Csa-, wa.it.-r al iiuaer, aad a good taiuiy
raut miiXt a u. 1 U--.-I.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TII,
MIS8 M. HARDY, No. 4, Campbel ' Blo-iV, Union at.,
up atair., renpectfuliy announces to ti.e ladies of
Naahviile and vicinity, 'hat she w.ll have ready for their
inapection of her full stock of rich and ele -ant Millinery,
Bonnets, aod trimmings, that ha beca selected with great
care and taste.
Stamping, for braiding and embroidery, neatly execu
WE WILL OPEN ON
THTJESDAY, 8TH OF OCTOBER,
New York Millinery Emporium,
r -w - - i c
33 UNION STHEET,
A. MATCHLESS assortment of RICH PARIS PATTERN
BONNE IS and
consisting of large and varied assortment of every
novelty acd gem that could be procured at the Fashiona
ble Pari Openings, la Ne York.
air, uoyie, having tongand attentive experience in the
Millinery Business, and havinir riermnii i selected the
Btock.she flatters herselr that her selection will please
the mot-t faatidioua. In Fashionable Good, the stock on
examination, will be found rerjleta with ever? art cie de
sirable in Laoiei' Furs a?ud Cloak, a well aa Millinery.
Every variety of Bonnet Materials, suitable for the season.
'ia Bonnets retximmed and renovated in superior tyle.
URS. J. BAETER
- nnrtiT.-i v i n t
4 urtAa lick. ya
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
ON THURSDAY, 0CT03ZR EI3HTH,
AT 29, UNION STIIEET.
BONNETS of rvaar sascstprioa abd pbicb, and of the
LATkT sttlbs ; Uead-Dres:es, Drejs-Caps, Children's
Embroidered Hood.-, Caps, Ac, Ac.
Cor-tan ly on hand a full assortment of
Ladies, rail and see. oc' 6 tf
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1857,
MRS. M. D. H0WERT0N, No. 6, Union street, near
Market, respectfully announces to the ladle of this
city and vicinitv, that the will open for exhibition and
sale on SATUiAY Nl-xr, October 4th, hernewsttles
of FALL AND WINTER BONNtTS AND MILLINERY
GOODS. Her assortment will be found unusually rich
and elezant, comprising the most attractive, as well as
userm or ine cnoicest lao'ics or the day. iter supply of
BONNETS and BONNET TRIMMINGS she takes especial
pleasure in commending to the attention of buyer, as she
is persuaded nothing more modest or tasteful can be found
in the city. octi -' m
WISE'S GRAND EXHIBITION!!
1 L. :
FALL AND YV I .VI I: It
Bonnets and Blillinery,
Tliursday SlU or October.
OYER 300 R!CHlPORTED BONNETS.
ITTE have made unusual preparations and magic-like
VV display In Fancy Bonnet', Head Dresses, Ac, this
Fall, and hope to be crowded ith our Lady friends and
stranger to make their selections, having been engaged
for over 20 year in thi changeable World. Of fashions
we must please the mo-t lastidious in good and price,
loo pieces of Kibbonr, latest ttylea.
10 0 of every new and rich design and style.
540 Canton of Paris Flowers , a perfect flower-garden.
SO " Rich Ostiich and Maraibo Plume ; Birds
of Paradise, Ac
80 cases colored Bt'ai, Bugal and Chenille; latest fall
10 " colo- e.. ..eghorn Flatta, Gipseya, and Children
250 boxes Rnssias and Thule Caps.
1. 0 do. Hoop Skirts, ad the latest styles, for Fait.
20 w Cloth 1 almas and Cloaks, latest atyiee, at unpre
cedented low prices.
CO " Rich Black Bugle Collars, and Trimming Laces.
Likewise a fine stock of Needlework, Goods in Sets, Ac,
consisting of Jaconet, Maltese. Muslin, Honington, Ac, in
Collars, fleeve., Worked Band", Embroidered Handker
chiefs, Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies Paris CoUiure Caps, Mohair
Head Dresses and rich imported Head Dresses itMhe great
est splendor. Likewise rich ornamented good, Combs ot
every new style, the Bonnet Comb to keep Bonnet in the
right place; the new ity.e Elastic Role for tbe head, fine
and medium Cabbaand many Fancy Goods, too numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, Chil
dren's Coats, Legin, Hoae, Mitt, ecarfs. and the latest styles
of Kigoiett for parties. It ia impossible to give you a lull
description of our Fail Stock, it will require your personal
attention t examine. Having 18 year experience in
Nashville, I flatter myself that I ean now please the most
fasiidious, not only In goods but in price.
The great and nnprecedemed patronage we receive from
one sea-on to the other, we flatter ourselves, r fully estab
lished onr Establishment for Rich Millinery Goods. No
deception a reyarcs Fashions. We have our Agent at
Pari and London to keep us posted, and bring out the
aljles as soon as exhibited at turope.
E. WISE, Agent,
Parisian Millinery Bazaar,
oct6. No. 46 Union St. next door to State Bank.
Bf" Country Meiehants and Milliners supplied with
mall bill of good at lully aa low price a purchasing
Est. Bonnets renovated in superior style and reasonable
Jew Millinery Goods !
MRS. E. L0CKHART, Agent,
No. 1-4, t'lierry Street,
Rrtwien Cnion unit t'AurcAJ
TXTOULD respectfully inform the Ladies of Nashville
v v and vicinity that she intends to open on the 1st of
October, the mo.t handsome stock of
ever exhibited in this eity. Her stock wa (elected in
New York in person, where she remained a sufficient
lencth of time to make herself acquainted with the latest
and most approved styles. Believing that her goods will
suit all taste she invite an examination before purchas
ing eUewnere. ept2s In.
McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOON,
OF those justly cdeiirateil Piano, of Steinway A Son,
A. 11. aie a Co., and Soebbeler A Smith, of New
York, to which the attention of purchasers is invited.
Also, the largest assortment of Sheet Mjsic, Music-Book-,
Violin, Accardeom, Flute, Clareonet s. Flageo
lets, Drums, and liarjos, all of which will be sold at th
lowest rate. If you wish a bargain and tae bfit Musical
Instrument, eall at (the old Musical Score,) No 31, I nion
street. Jt.MES A. MoCLORK.
N. B. I have every ilse and pattern of Melodeon, man
ufactured by Carhart, Needham A Co., New York , which I
tell at their retail price. Also, a large assortment of
Feather Dalle ra. J. A. M.
TWELVE or fourteen gentlemen eaa be pleasaatiy
roomed and bo.rded at 67 Gay street, neir the Capl
toL octlu If. JAS. F. KkRLV.
NKW MUSIC STORE.
C. D. BENSON & BR0.,
WHOLXSALB AID a XT AIL CKALB ! ALL HSU OF
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes,
I, ''ROM the celebrated manufactory of Grow ft Chnsto
pher, N. Y., and the best Melodeon now oed tn th
Lni'ed State, manufactured bv Georft I'rtnce A Ci.
A tie ntloo tf the public f called to our large Catalogue of
tlie latest publication! of Mu.te, Music Boo. and lu.irue
tors of all kinds. Also, our fine stock of Guitar , Violiita,
Violincellos, and Bani Strings In f .o ., every th ng la the
Maslcallntrument line can be fouud al
Wa respectfully Invite email oou n try dealers. Teacher
and reboots, to giva us a Cad be lor purchasing elsewhere.
P. 8. AU kicidsof Musical Instrument repaired at No.
SO L'moo street, first door l.-om Coliea.
IIOl'ME AND EOT lOIK at A E E.
T E are offering for sale, privately, a two story
wo story f4
v brick house, situated on Cherry street,
Nahville. The house contain lx room
oiain building, besides kitchen, servant room, cat rare
bouse, st. b e, Ac all ia good order. The lot tron' 70 feet,
aud run back 14.4 feet to an aliey. We wiil give a bargain
In thi property tf application U made ooo. It Uituatd
inathriving portion of the city. For particulars enquire
of fc. ULAhCuCK. Agent,
auglS. No. 67, Cherry street.
We have, also, for sa' Lou No. 17, 13, 19, 20 and SI, la
Llrjcclt.' plan of Iota, cpon which is a frame dwelling
house. These lot wilt be (old to suit purchasers, o. ex
changed for country property, or good mule, at lair val
uation. W will give a bargaia.
ALSO, Lot No. H, in Houston', Humphrey's aod Martin'
addition lo Nashville, fronting tba Railroad Depot. Thi
lot 1 4-i feet front on Franklin street, and lie feet deep la
m alley, if full want a bargain, now is your lime.
a. K. I. LASOoCK, Ageat,
autl'l. Jv. e.", Cherry .tr.ol.
IIOlE ANI E r IOII SILL.
I AM ofiertng for sale, privately, a Uoow and I ot,
itnatad on Broad street, a lew duor above Sum- k
mer; fronting 8IJ4 feel oa Broad, ruaoiuc a-ac a I. "
feet to an aliey. lb bout, outiiain 7 room la the u-aio
building, with Kitcheo, bih-hou-, stao. hou. Ma. We
will give a bargain tat the above roparty, and eur tern
hulkeay. E. K. GLAUl K, Agrat,
JuneK. No. J, Cti.rry L
HOUSE AND EtT roit SALE.
I HAVE a beautiful House aod I it on Crawford , ,
etreet, ail la gutwi order, which I a Instructed f-
le sell positively. T.Vvs iu want of a U e, chcapJL
wou.J do veil n call en r.. 'o. If asti K.-.J wituu. lew
day pr.f aUly.it will b earJ at public f.cun.
a.. R. GLA-sc Ut. AgeOt,
jaoelE Cirry 4.
White S td Wheat.
'UK oBdrigaed la i k n I oas aperior eroew 4
v. bile tt br.t w!i:ca
to suit parvh r.
D. . DICSST.
1 on sali:.
. TOrSQ ad !:k:y aer oasaa, wheia a gowd baa
.'. srvil. kaiqture at Ui od-ew. e-..
DR. JOHN W. .MORTON
AS lenoved Lie T c froaa Ka. 4J Cuarry strwet, la
N. to caw nrwt. l:va.
EA W 'III NCEIIt 11U HANK.'
II E wi.i ii tara, et.wuaj aui O.aabarf s for baaa
ol LWitbcb.a 0 urjl a w ,-.i4a t:-. prte
well. U. Uaiuii Cu.
The White Property
AT PClfLIC SALE.
ON TUESDAY, 1 -th OF NOVEMBER NEXT, 1 will ell
to the highest bidder, on the premies, that valuable
property, now occupiel and owned by Mr. W'isifbxb
Wbitb, situated in South Nashviile, opposite the Univer
sity, fronting on Market street 111 feet to aa alley, and
extending bark to College street, 2SS leet, more or leas,
makmg two front. ...
Ti-e house U a two nory brick, con tatnicjr large rooms,
besioesa llal!, and a two try porch in the rear, and all
necessary out-building. Thi propertv is the Bick-t beau
tiful, and at the same time most valuable, actuated in that
portion of the city, for a private residence, and ha all
the advantage that any other property has in ary por
tion of the city. We would earnestly request tho;o in
want of a residence, to give this an examination berore
the day of sale, a we are confident they cannot suit them
selves better. Nothirg we could say in it behalf, in an
advertisement, would indicate what it really is.. Uo and
ee for yourselves.
Tiaas of Saul lO0 in cash: balance in 1, 3, 8. 4,and &
years, with interest Loai date, good security and lien re
tained. For further particular enquire of
.. GLASCOCK, Afcent,
OctS td. No. 67 Cherry street.
STOUE IIOl Si: AOIC SAfLE,
On Broad Street, 2nd deer from College
XTK are offerin
g for sail, cheap, that valua-2i
ise, si uated on Broad., and "3
v v ble More House.
adjoining the fchoe Store of B. R. Cutter, 2d door
from College street. This is a desirable business ,
Stand, and well aoapted to busine. of any description.
It will pay 10 per cent upo the purcha-e money. Lome
quick or yen will lose a bargain, For part culars enquire
of H. GLA80' CK, Agent,
seot24. No 7 Cherry .treet.
Valuable Land for Sale.
ON Tuesday, the ZOtla day of October
next, i will .-ell io the highest biddr, my farm in
Robertson eounty. Tennessee, one mde North cf Tu'ners
ville, and four mile frorti the Nashville and Hen.ierson
Railroad, being 90 miles from Nashville aod 20 from Clarks
ville. Said tract contain
of the finest Corn, Wheat and 1 obacco land to be fotind in
Middle Tennessee. I will sell it In division., as fol.ows :
No. 1 contains one thousand acre, 450 cleared, the
balance heavily timbered. Thi include- an elegant
Framed Dwelling, neatly finished, with 16 good rooms, Kood
kitchen, negro houses, cistern, carriage houe, stone
suring-house, and barn sufficient to cure 75,000 pound
No. 2 contains S:0 acre", 1'6 cleared, balance well tim
bered. This trait contains a tol.rably good double log
bouse ar.d a never failing spring.
No. 8 contains 240 acres, 80 acres cleared, the balance
finely timbered with a very superior pring.
No. 4 contain 870 ac.es i f the finest Board and Stave
timber betwetn Nashville and Pond river, through which
the stage road Irom Nashville to U- pkinsville passes.
At the same tine and place, I will sell my pre.-ent crop
of Corn, Foc'der, O tts, Wheat, Tobacco, Ac. Also my
lock of Mules. Heirs, and Cattle, and one hundred and
fifty Ewes, several tiue Jacks, and one of the finest Stal
lions in Middle Tennessee.
lns. I will tell the land for one fifth cash, the balance
on acredit of one, two, three, and four year, with interest
from date; retaining a lien ou the property ior me pur
A barbecue will be served lor the occasion, raie posi
tive. ROB&RT D. CARR.
Cct, 13,18"T -td.
Valuable Tract of Land
ON FRIDAY, 20th OF NOVEMBER, 1S57, I will offer
THE TRACT OF LAND,
on which I reside, containing SOU Afrr. iiie wuu
lies lX mile west of Goodietsviile, wi.h a good readout
o the turnpike. About 00 acres are cieareu, tne oaiance
is in timber. The Nashville and Henderson Railroad,
Inch will sosn be in operation, will have a depot in Hood-
letsv lie. The lurid ia wed watered, and l fii.ely adapted
to the growth of blue grass. Anv person wishing to make
Stock Farm, will Boa it well sailed in ion ana posiuun to
that ol ject.
ab ii ua a uuuiiicr ui ucer iui.uk .-pimit-'i 1' r
Die oi Deing aiviata into a numocr ui .iut.ii iti
fne T-act of 60 acres, S1) acre cleared.
One Tract of 60 acre, 20 acres cleared.
On Tract of about 70 acre.
One Tract of about 45 .ere.
One Tract of about 6ti acres.
One Tra:t of about 75 acre, with the dwelling and im
1 will sell the land all together, or in parcels to sun pur
chasers. Any person desiring information, may apply to
E. C. DRAKE, or to the subav Tiber on the premise.
Person deirit.g to purchase privately, may apply at
any time before the day of sale.
Tanas: One third in hand; the balance in one ana two
years, a lib interest lr..m date, ana a lien reiaiuni on mo
land. p.ilit Id. L. B. WOOLFOLK.
Fine Stocl- Farms
Lying in the county of Warren, immediately
on the Sti'je Koad leading jrom Murjree
loro to AlcAlinnville, 9 miles from the
latter j'lace, and withinl tniUs of
th Manchester and JJcllihn
ON TUESDAY, OCTOMEK 271b, 183T.
wi.l offer for sale, on the premises, to the Hphest bidder.
about 7000 4 ere of excellent lands in W arreo county, i
They are gently undulating, and tne portions noi ciear.ii
studded with fine oak, poplar, hickory, walnut, and other i
de.criptlons of timber, producing mast in abundance. I
rKFtjv'. -rk an nnTaiupff stream. lurnt&ninir n aoua- t
dance of water, runs through the centre of them, and
there are, in addition, twenty fine Springs scattered
through th-m. The soil is well adapted to the cultivation
of Corn, Wheat, OaU, all the mll grains, and doraestio
grasses, and will compare favorably wuh the best Warren
county lands. Producing grass spontaneously, In abun
ance, there I no better range for cattle and sheep in the
State. A portion of the lands are improved, there being
Nme eight or ten cultivated farms, with cottages, upon the
tract, independent of the beautiful residence of Mr. Glaa
ock. The whole body of them h, however, been
recently surveyed and laid off iu small tracts, containing
from 100 to Sou acres, and fronting on a public road, la
point of society the location ha many advantage;
churches, schools, aod mills are convenient, and the Man
chester and McMinnville Railroad, which is but seven
miles distant, afl'or an outlet to market. The town of
McMinnville, tke eounty eat, is but nine miles off, near
which it ia I elieved the great fouthern University, to be
established under the auspices of the Episcopal church,
will be located; thu enhancing the value ot all the land
in the neighborhood. The celebrated watering place.
Beers he ha, is bu t ." mie di-tant. Tha healthfulnes of
this portion of Middle Tennessee is proverbial. It Is the
Summer retreat of numbers of persons from the South.
This sale will affjrd an unusually fine epportuni y to
those desirous of purchasing tock faro-, in one of the
best sec ions of the State, and it is hoped that all such, as
well a those who may wish merely to obtain a place of
refuge from the heal of summer, ili examine these
A free Barbecue will be prepared at the Big Spring,
head of Charley Creek, for the accommodatiou of all who
TxauH or Salb. -One, two, and three year credft, for
note with approved seouruy, and a lien retained.
Person d siring further information, will address Geo.
(.Iaacock., McMinnville, Tenn.; or,
E. K. GLASCOCK, Agent,
Septl2. No. 6T Cherry st., Nashville, Teiin.
Charle 8. Cbilires et al vs. Morgan Vance et a Is.
IN pur.unce of the decree pronounced In the above
cause, in thi Court at lU May 1 erm last, I will sell at
the Court-house lot in this city, on M 'N DA Y, TH E SsD
DAY OF NOtfe-MBfcR N"...T, a certain lot ou th South
west side of College street, and at the corner of Frantlin
street, in bouth Nashvil.e, f.onltng on College strett 150
feet, and running baek 141 feet loan alley, on which is
situated a Bnc Dwelling House, formerly occupied by
And, also, one other lot In South Nashville, on Market
street, and at the corntrof Franklin street, opio-dt th
free public Sc:ioot-house. This lot fronU 98 ft on Market at,
and runs bae. lo College street, and Is a lot cold lo Morgan
Vance by John Nixon.
Tcsaa One and two year eiedit, with Interest from data
note to be well secuie J, lien retained, and .ale free from
redemption. 1 C. D. BRUM, 0. A M.
octi-td. rA "mrm Chancery Court at Nashville)
NE W ARRI VAL OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
MERC H ANT TAILOR ,
HAVE Just received a larce and extensive Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We can fill ad order
for Clothing on the shortest notice, at price that will suit
all parch awrs.
Our .lock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, 1 now eeom
p etc, bulb fur et.ctlemen's aud Boy' wear, and w confi
dently ne'tev that w can giva general saliifactioo U ail
who will g.v us a call.
SpU Am. M. SULZBACHER, Agt.
WO ROOMS ON VINE STREET, between Church and
Broad. Inquire of A. B t-hankland, lo. 3, Cherry
.reet. " T"
ii .ti it ll ri.se;.
FEET assorted Gam Belting on hand and for
septus. V. if. nit an.
ry C Bv Dortsam Farm Chee.;
a-7 biKnclih Diary
75 ba W. R-
For sal by J- "0I' KT.lN.
Uiddieberger's Ealing iIoue.
i AM RidJicberger ul. occasion to innoaacl to lb pob-
I lie, that, tb. .onsiter .eaoo over, aa aa given Bp ia
enjoymeu wi rw.. itni . . u - -. -
Uouaa 1 aaia opened, aad b. hi-e to r ijr.ia th
aailiog fscw t hi. d fric:.i aud eiutoa-vra, aud to ba
oome affquamied l-b lota of CW OSes. U. LaUie ahal
al.syib.Uoer.il supplied wua Ui beat oar tiarkel al
kr J, and a ' tiuie tuor.
SplI , I T.
Tali New Hotel U bow open for tha reception it, ,
Boardart, t-c r s.iuat - ia a central locaUty lo
all ihd.neretii Ri. ia d eoavecJ.nl to tha J,ia-.1X
euucj. th p 4 0T.ee and IS rir, radt- tt.ee ual
d.tir.t-l. place io lb c::y tur travcier aoJ day boarders.
Weniber of I. L.ilaiure, Bial.uta aad th. u.vaitag
public gicrrUiy r ara. lly requete4 tsJ vt. I this bot.s.
So t-aiu wiu aw tyrt ui ra-'w aU who earn, aou.t-rt.rjie
aud Ooi-WmUd, W At. P. ISAANCii,
BOOKS AND STATIONEIIY.
U IlnvtllhalWaUoaef MercLaaU at4 TraJcra
raily oar large tck f
School Cooks &nJ Stationfrja
At price etkb cauaoUU to frleaae, Co tuck et
I ais large, ad w wui 13 at very taw -
prw o t.t . who by W aa-ala, j
1 a.c-t.a. vd do Ut caaailaaear A' -
stoea. VI mCl B.aA !-;! arrattfewMeta . .. nmr .
U u? f'y :. sUUN.tiy A k ASA, A recta.
at.i IF I.Aliii fafeliS NaaSvu-.
I 'lINCSLEY'S ADVERHSEMcHTS
BAKE OF EASHY1XIE
v. hirh I will
T HATE for sale a large amount M P"' ' ccrtini d
1 se l for Note of the Bank J fr'.v. alway asked
cveck on tr. at the Mice price m.
for the property,
A. V. 8. USMhtX.
Wit K-E MAKKS.-
dwelling bou.-e ana lot ior .
for the notes.
A.V. J. UNDSLEY,
A LOT on Cnerry Hreet, k---.- .n B,.rr. Te
M.nti.t Cbnrcb. cn which there i a small Frame Ten
mreet. South waEcv.ne,
9 -. AJL'V.fli .Ut , v. A r TrV 1
emenu The let front 70 teet, i. ISO feet
j sept'23. A'
rpHE RDer-ge property can b rented nr,i til
i 1 ary, 159. Postesaion given In "dittlv 'P
IWO handsome Lots in EdgeBeld, on Voodlatid street.
Ihe Lola front bo feet each, and are 170 leet deep.
$5.M A. T. S.MND1-LET.
TT i l Tt I f Qile
V 'l Il'i )Ui liUSlUeSS LOl 101 tJUl"
X X f uiuuutw -
' J AM now offering for tale th.t valuable I-o Ml
J -treei ad.oiuing the st re of Morn. A
i Lotf.t-r.t 52 feet on Market acd run. lack It 7 lee
wards Front strett.
if the best stand fcr a wholesale
It would make one
Grocery Store in the city
For term apply "
A. V. 1 IS DSLFY.
A Heat I welling House for Sale.
SITUATED In Eigefleld, on the Gallatin Vurnpike. For
fur'her particular apply to liNDSLEY.
IHAT valuable Dwellirg at the corner of Ced ar and
1 Sumner street.. The lot front 5 feet, lie Dwei
ing i large ar.d ccn mrdicus, nd itereis a tMon
the lot. It is one of the most desirable locanoc m ine
Va In a l) lc Free-Soil I-ot for Sale.
I AM now oCering for sale a valuable BuiMing Lot on
Slrwe treet, near ihe comer of Bioad. The lot fronta
sixty-six feet on hproce, is one l undred ai d flj feel deep,
wit1! a convenient alley in the rear.
This property is exetr.pt from taxesfor S6 ers from lit
January next. Thi exeu:i tion i ot more value than i
usuaPy accorded to It, a not only the ground ha all Im
provement erected thereon, but free Iron, taxes. The
laviug in the item cf tales ill n-.or than psy for the
ground and all io proven ents. This lot is alo situated in
a part of the city that is now being rapidly tiled up wan
fine dwellings and prntte leiidehces. Tetros reanatle.
Apply to JulySO. A. V. S. LltjJLu
VABUABLE LOTinStuth Nashville, cornerof Pun--mer
and Oak ctreets, fronting 120 feet on Sumn e r
streetand 170 on Oak treet. Willbe old asabargaia.
The Ga is now beiitg curried up in frort cf IM Lo'
Aupl to A. V.S. L1NUSLF.Y,
march20 ga 83 College street
a n eat ici:sixn;.t i: in ei;ei ii ei
IS now oCered for sale at a bargain. The LotVV
-- front bt leet on
Woodland street acd 170 or
Minick. The House contains four aood rcoins. good.
cistern, Ac. Tbe bouse is new, bniit of brick and tbe
situation one of the best in Edgefield. Will be sold low.
Apply to A. V.S. L1NDSLEY,
urelS. W Collt-ee slreet.
t THE CHEAPEST PKOPEKTT.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
i T Am now offering at a great sarrifre. that valuable
Pproperty, on College llill, immediately opposite the
University, so long occupied by the late Dr
lot front sixty feet on Market Street, with the lame front on
College. The House is large and commodious, and the
I whole, at the price I offer it is a rreat Bargain.
Claiborne' omnibus bas practically moved College Hill
right into the Public Square, and any one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business would do well to look at tbia
propety. lallon A. V.S. LIND8LEY.
LOT in South Nashville on Collepe street, beyond the
Medical College, fronting 6 feel, beirg the Lot on
which Bive' Carpenter Shop formerly stroil. ror al
cheap. Arply to A. V S. LINDSLEY,
marrhxd 8" College lreet,
VALUABLE HOUSE AKD LOT FOR SALE.
XAM now offering for sale, on rranonab'e term., th
House and I-ol at the corner of Broad and High sis.,
formerly owned by the late Martin New. Appl lo
A.V. S. 1 1NDSLEY,
july8. 83 College street.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
I AM offering for sale a most desirable residence on Bum
mer street, in the 7th Ward The Lot front 85 feet by
170. The House is new and neat, contains 5 rooms, kitchen,
servants' room,mcke house, dairy and stabl. The aas
V lost t.ren parried in front of this lot. I knew it to ba
a bamain. Apply to A.V. 8. I.IN 1 SLK V,
Sd College street.
j-- FALL. &. WINTKR
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CA! S!
B. R. ClTTTfB ,
l5o. 26 & 69, Corner cf College srd Broadway,,
HAS received his stock oi BOOTS, SHOI-S, HATS, and
THCN K s for Ihe Fall and W inter Trade, conitit f
in part ac follow., viz;
For Ladies, Misses nut) Cliildreu.
Ladies fine Kid and Mo. Boot tea, thin and thick trie, with
plain aad trimtr.ed;
'2 " Lasting Gaiter, id and front laced, with
Kid Hukin and Front Ties;
Mis. ' " and Mo. t-l.opers and lkKVee;
" and Child. Lasting Goiter and "
Child, fine Kid and Mo. thick and Pump Sole;
: Fncy " " Boots and Sbpj ers;
Women' eatra slse Kid Boots buikius, Ac;
" " - Mo. and '
Servant heavy Calf, Kip and Mo., extra sues;
ForL ents anal Hoys.
Gents fine Peged and I.a-ed Boots;
. s. .. Water proof "
u m " Opera " '
" " Pat., Kid, and Burk.lln rong Gaiter -.
.... - . Oxtord Ties;
" " br ad Strap Shoes, pump an-' writ;
At B. K. CUTTER'S,
'No. S6 and 59, corner of College and Broodway,
Roys, Youths and Children'
I IVK Cair Boots, Broge and Oxford Ties;
Mens Boy' and Youiha' Coarse llroes and Boots, ot
the best quality at.d extra sixes, made expressly to order,
for service, by B. R. CL'TTkR.
Hats and Caps for Hen, Roys and Chil
dren. IRECKIVED direct from t mani faclorie. all th lat
e.tsijlr of tall aud w Inle. li TS, eensisttng li. part
of the br.t Cassiruer n,tl Fur Hat, of all quallue A'o,
a full assortment of men", and to.i' Wool Hat. Wl I be
old on the moat reasonable tern for ca.-h, or lo pone aal
dealer. K. CI TTkat,
No. 86 and 59, corner of Broadway and LVUcge t.
) rr( FEET on band, of all liae. from S to IS
,J J ' inches wide. An extra lot cf strong lace
Leather, all of which 1 inriie the attention of all plaatara
and machinist to th above an teles, which will b. sold way
th bast trm for cash, at No. 'oi aod 69, corner wf bioad.
way and College aireet.
a-tt. B. R. CUTTER.
Sou Cli era loi t eru.
1 1 A V A N A l'LAN LOT TK R Y !
Favorite Odd and Even Scheme.
KOBE THAU 1 P&IZE TO E VEST 2 T1CXETS.
30,000 TICKETS! lo.IST I'UIItS
CAPITAL. 30,000 DOLLARS!
Ticket ; III t Quatrterat 1.
Lat thoae bwy bow who never bought before,
Aad tbo wbo alway bought now buy th aor.
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rKIZi.3 fAIA i. wuauui iuiuviiva,
To bo drawn every Saturday in Septem
ber and October, 1S57.
Elrllilant and I uprecrdeulfd Sclieme.
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8.510 are J,(X4
15,ls7 l'riits, amoantiug to SS,000.
Back Not wf oaad Bank taken at par. Check aa
New ora reu.utad fu priaca. AddrcM Older for 1 a.kct
er lc(Ucle ol racaasa et Tleaea lo
ANDAR.-ON A CON, Managers. Macon, Ga.
rrr OMii tor T caU a4dreed Ui T. B. ANDLKbON,
Ba a. ii, NaahviUw, Tan will U yrou.pi!y attetidaa
to. ANDA)OA A OJ, fciij-i.
Sept, U ataooa. Ga.
TO T1IC V V 11 LIC. .
AN advertiMimcct la U. of jester -lay (BorBiag
a&councea ibat "s.bupul Lad Iwa Utksa by U
allied fore.," and that eea "t-vis Niv" 'a da
er " We bf totaiurm th pKfciK tii. rat-.
a well brraled aad otterlcd, with eua.pel.ol a .a, aa4
furui,J wua ad tha becewary Bitare for iy.tag aa
bcvurji,), spvr'vr l aay tau s"1 " e'1-
fl.Usr t.r...i U..I w are ail bat -prh3
to any la ib biu., aad t Pc;K.a tf worac
ip, w. lima, wu wavuicw Pa4w
-a...Vrf twi-aa,- A. taLir,UU m to.
aa vwaat.. - - -.
. tH '1 street.
SHttr Br, rioe., -.-
Ut.uJZ2 bu, ta.aua.k., ,
" itE'Cr.MEU I'li lLM-.
U E wi'l 'l a ttn r.: XI .iU MAS, payable us U
(ilkJ, f w . t aii.ao Itat-a fl touiJieciiiira. Ai ,
.. a... tlA.Noa L- wf U i tt-ney.
1 t- D m CO.
a: i - nil- - -
TilEi-SS. if avxa W. 8, Chee, ;dd rtKl,e
v -. Si - a.y'.-.
T TTAYF a valuable
J the Public Fquare, for which will I take the now. .
the Free Bank, of Tennessee. Now is the i time " ,
enteipri-ing merchant to procure a fbZirter calico
Ei ve a reasonable time, within which he cau harter cacu