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NASHVILLE:
Wednesday Horning, October jJ8, 185V.
Official Journal for Publishing tlie
Post Office Letter List.
ftollce to Tranalent AdverlUer.
All transient advertisement in tht paper, must be paid
or at the time they are banded in otherwise they will no
be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli
very. Bankable "louey.
The notes of the following Banks ar good and
bankable in this chj :
Bank of Trnnenst-e,
Union Bank,
Planters' Bank.
Merchants' Bank,
Ban of Paris,
F armors' Bank,
Bank of Commerce,
Bank of tbe Union,
Southern Biiik,
Kentucky Banks,
New Orleans Banks,
Exchange Bank,
Northern Bank of Tenn.,
S Hank of America,
( Citizens Bark,
Bank of Middle Tennesfee,
Hank of Chattanooga,
Commercial Bank,
City Bank.
Trader' Bank,
Back's Bank.
Bank of Memphis.
General Assembly.
In the Senate yesterday no business of impor
tance was transacted; that body bavin;; after the
Ufual morning business met witli the lower tloose
io Convention to elect a limited United States Sen
ator. In the Haute, afVr the infro'iur-tion of minrJrv
new bil!p, the rcoIution rqiirrg the Road Com-taii-i-ioner
to prepare a railroid map of the Ftiit,
to acompuT his Report. ws amended and rejet
ed. Mr. Richardm r soliiiioo to appoint a joint
select committee on Imik HUrpeDsiona was adopted;
and the Senate b'll to ex'end the time to perfect
land titles passed on thir I and List reading.
The Senatorial f'onverjtion bavins; as-embled,
Bon. A. O. P. Nicholson and lion. J no. Bkll
were put in nomination ; and, thereupon, Mr. Rich
ardson moved a postponement of the election un
t II i.ext Tui-8d y, with a view to give tf.e nominees
time to answer certain interrogatories which had
be-n propounded to them by the minority of the
Convention. The majority eager to take ;be head
of Mr. Bell, promptly voted down thift motion.
But, before a vote was taken a recess was had for
dinner.
Upon the re-assemblinz of the Convention in the
afternoon, all objections being waived, a letter from
Mr. Nic'iolson was reid in response to the ioterro
gatorieg mentioned above. Subsequently the vote
was taken and Mr. Nicholson elected. The d -tdiU
of the proceeding will be found under oar legisla
tive head. Thu sham-democracy have thus con
fummated their " desire and intention" to elect a
S nator, under circumstance impolitic and ui ju-t,
and heretofore declared by thm unconstitntional
It betrays a lamentable want of consistency and
prir.cipl a luat of the spoils which overrides all
other considerations and if any tiling could,
would coiittiu the party to eternal condemnation.
Of the gentleman elected, we have nothing more
at J resent to rmy than he is an abler chief than his
colleague, Johnxon, and bad he as much
Loldnesa and force fif character, would take
higher rank in the Senate; but we exp-ct him
to be content, if, aa on his trip to Memphis
last eun.mer, he can but become Governor
Johnson's "travelling corupmioti' in other words,
he will be satisfied, if he can follow where Johnson
leads.
Thistkb. To night Mr. Couldo k appears as
fittlock in Sh .kpeare'aplay, " The Merchant of
Venice." The play m followed by the amusing
farce of " The Spectre Bridegroom."
Jlre Naa'tvlllu Course.
The races over the Nashville course were hrougi t
to a clne yesterday. The entries were Towles'
Itasliville and BrealhfttV b. filly. The fir.t waa a
de-id heMt. The n- xt two were won by Nashville
with ea-e. The following is a nummary :
Jonas Klys' r'fl s g. Nuahville, by Albion,
darn by Stoekbolder, Oil
E J. Bre. thett'a b. f. by Albion, dam by
Rattler, 0 2 2
Time, 1 60; 1 61; 154. Gazette, 21th.
Another Case or Suspended Animation."
A Mrs Snyder, resiling near McGalieysville, Va.,
one day l ist we. k suddenly fell down, apparently
dead. The necefsary burial clothes were procured,
and, while her friends were engaged in dressing
her in the habiliments of the frave, she politely re
quested them to wnit nntil she was dead! It ia
needh ss to say th it her req le-t was cheerfully
complied with. She is now rapidly improving.
If eurtrenditiK , 01a I r.
At thia late time stop (he press to announce an
oecurrenee, most painful in character, Our pif
tieul ira are from Jamen Jeffreva, Esq , magistrate,
and Mr. Wm. M. K-rr, the ar-lintr officer. In a fit
of anger, one Jo' n Fe , living on Bulloch's Creek,
io York fiBlrirt, few days since, shot his mare,
some rattle and hogs, and on Sunday, ihe ISth in
stint, he net fire to his d Willing, which was locked,
and the key afterwards found on his person, in
which his three motherless children, aged from five
to fourteen vears, are supposed to have penciled.
It seems a Peace Warrant bad been issued against
him on complaint of a neighbor; that when an oK
cer went to arrest him he was seen to be fortified
( it were) in one of his barns, armeu with a gun,
and swearing lo shoot any who would approach
him There were sixty oraevetity persons leaviui:
the house wheu Mr. Kerr arrived, who he sum
moned to accompany him to the barn, but the cry
wus, "he will shot somebody. " So, they refused
with the excepiion of John llartness and brother;
when they got to the barn stratagem had to be re
sorted to, which was effectual in securing him.
The pnsom r stated th.t the children were at a
cert tin house, which was known to be incorrect
he then said be had last seen them at "the Spring,"
but the presumption is, they have perished in the
flames.
The poor apology of "Intemperance," we learn,
cannot be urged in this ioniauce. Fee is said to
be a morose man, one not given to the soft and
easy imputes of nature; an enemy to the world,
he became so to his nearest and dearest kindred.
We fcrbear comment, an the matter must undergo
judicial investigation, lut we regret that in the
SiiUH piper we have boa-ted of an . mpty jiil, we
Lave to announce a tragedy to thrilling in its de
detail. May He who watches even tf, spariow's
fall, have SiVed ill-- hula ones, is our prjjer.
York iJirtriet Chronic!.
A Massac ki it Formosa. The Navy Depart
ment i iu receipt of drrpatchis from Commodore
Armstrong, is command of his fltgship, (tie San
Jacinto, date! Shanghai, China, July 29, 1 867.
Commodore t.. encloses a statement from an Eng
lish merchant, who having lost a brother by ship
wreik on the Is!aud of Formo-a, with two Ameri
can companions, had caused a search lo l made
for them. From the account which the natives
employed ol the result of their investigation,
It appears that such men were in the I ands of ab
origines of the Wan i as late as four yeais ago,
three or four year after their shipwre. k. Th y
allege that one hundred and thirty whiua were
wrecked on the island coast In 1840, and were all
nrasaacred. In December 1812, another vesael,
with eighteen foreigners on her, was wrecked
there. All of them but two who were drowned,
were ransomed and rent to Canton by a Chinese
merchant.
The 111. Central Railroad Company have proposed
a grand plait of relief. Th first item la" loan of
$3.2oO,OuOf The New York Times say that
brt. fly the plan i To iut.iitute $3,100,000 io
ten-year convertible bonds for f 40 per share on
80,000 optional rights out-standing, and running to
maturity in January, February and July lbSo."
tr" The highest premium wa awarded to I. M. Pin
Her A Co , tor the best Sewing M.ohiii.., .1 'h la-1 ehi
biton of tha Mechanics lantnte rur, I..M in Naahville
October 13th, I33T. Office fjr tha etib:ua soil .! of
ginger's Improved Premium teaii.g Mici..uc, 4i PubUC
enusrs. over Hick's Ch.na lisW
OcCJl lw W.M.A. BIN0KK, Afcat.
lltiglsfw Jlrolhers,
PraeUesJ Arlisis Is every branch of Photography and
wbota ale and retail de.leii la Ambreiipe, li.lamuipa.
Photograph, an i laaTurrol)p foods; Aptaraiwe su.d
Chemicals, of avary kind, variat aad daarripiioa 4 In
the abevs Art. All xrdara aill b piouipU 1104. aud fy
warded to any part of the country at tbe vtry lowa.l ar
ket ratea, for cash, to which the trad ara raapccifully la.
Titad. Also Aiaots fur its sale of MeiaJnolyp and Spasr
reotypa Jtihti. liUuUfcJ btO'A,
fapU. 28 Cnioo street, Nashville, Tsca.
C A N-.gJP .A-T E S.
t3f" We are authoriied to announce Slouaa SisaLrmn
Esq., a candidate for United States Senator.
S1ICKIITALTV.
fry- we are authorised to announce 3mm M. Histon as
a candidate for eheriiT of Davidson county, at the next
March election.
gy- ve are anthorised to announce Jo K. Ennoio
as a candidate for Sheriff of baviUaon county, at the next
March election.
t?v We are authorised to announce E. B. Bl0LT as a
candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March
lo' tion.
Jl'r" Wa are antborized to annoUDce A. Creele, as a
candidate for gheriff of Davidson county, at the next ilarch
election.
COl.1l V tollt l CLLItK.
3r We are autliorized to announce Capt. J oh a 8. Dish
ifij. as a candidate for County Court Cierk, at the March
election.
t f We are aathorized to announce Faitx R. Chbat
liN, as a candidate for re-election to the office of Count
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
r" We are authorized to announce Thou. D- Btooseb
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
election
COUNTY Tit US'!' 1:1;.
We are authorfeed to announce Johs Rii!s as a
candidal fur re-election to the otiice of County Trustee, at
the ensuing March election.
We are aathorized to an Don nee T. T. SiCJtDSna as a
candidate for the office of County Trustee, at the ensuing
March election.
CO.VSfAIiLL.
3T We are authorized to announce tosfvh Eta as
a candidate for 1 onHable, i . the ftashTlJle District.
fV We are authorized to announce Ja.-8i B. PvrbT as a
candidate for Constable, in the Nashville Diatrkt, at th
ensuing arch election.
W We are au'horiztd to announce Fletchkb W. Horn
as a Candida' e fr Constable iu the Nastiviile District, at the
enuin(f March election
JOHN YOKK tfc CO.,
Book Sellers, Book-Binders and Blank
Book Manufacturers,
IVo. 38, I'll ion M., Nukhvllle, Tend.
IVTocXlcxl Boolus,
F0a SAbE BY
JOHN YOKK &. CO..
"So. :8 Union Street.
Wood's Practice. 8 vols., 16 0
WiUoa's Anatomy, 8 00
Fownea Chemistry, 1 60
Erlchson's Surgery, 4 25
Cazeaux's Obietrics, 4 00
Cnited States Dispensatory, 5 00
Kirk's Physiology, 8 0
Orofs' Patholonical Anatomy, 5 25
Taylor's Jurisprudence, 8 00
Wilson's Diss-ctor, 8 00
Dundleson'a Dictionary, ' Powell'a Formulary,
Meips' Females, ! Ferguson's rtuigery,
''lymer on Fever", ! Sharpy k Quains Anatomy,
Miller's Prineinles, ; Amott'b Pnyaics,
Wilhami Principles, i Colomhat on Fevers,
Hunter's Kecord, 1 Ludluw'j Manual,
Brodies' Ltclurr?, ! LaqcocW'a Obstetrics,
IUgoy' Females, ; Al ei.'s Dissector,
Hoi and's "ote., ! Churchill on I hildren.
Coop- r's Surir- Dictionary, ; ':irpcniers Ph Biology,
Hoover's Med. Dictionary, j Neil A Smith's Compound,
well A Hiokes' Practice, j Nelligan's Atlas
Watson's Practice,
! Taylor 01 Poisons,
Flint's Asp Organs,
bai'ew's Practice,
Prise K'sayi ,
Kartell 011 Fever,
Beck's Jurii-prudence,
himpson'a ' bsietrics,
Fvc's Surgical Case!,
Cooper'H Surgery,
kll e 1 Formulary.
J Churchill's Females,
! Todd A bowman's Physiol-
; oy,
; Todd 011 Urinary Diseases,
I Crumlner's Anatomy,
! Dewees on Children,
I t)eea' Females,
; What 10 Observe in Med.
Cases,
'Iheabxve Medical Bo are the latest edition, and will
be b"lo at the publisher's prices.
Oc H - It.
SHIRTS, SHIRTS.
JCST received another lot of SHIRTS, warranted of
superior quality, aad at prices to suit the time.
OCI13. J H MctHIX.
L.XtllAiMit: UAMK.
IT KKSH Hoca of Furnishing and Kancy Goods. I will
V lake the txchange Bank 01 Murfrcesiioro for goods.
octlS. J H. Mc.ilLl.
KVItON A.M STA!X1IU t'OI.I.AltS.
AKl'PKKd aiortmentof Collars, livery style received
and fur sale by
octia. J n. MeOILL.
i;yiicitoiii:ui:i Mint i s.
JUST received a umall invoice of baodsomely Fmbroid
ered rhirti , made to our ou or. er, auilable for party
and wedding occasions,
or 118. J H MeOILL
Itl CKNKI-M Mill! IS.
FEW best quality of buckskin Stiirts, received and
XI for m
aie by
fs-tl8.
J. H MeOILL.
I ,! UI.U V I A IC.
JVKRV variety ol sea.oaable UN L) HI WEAR, all at
J nioderate prices.
octia- J. If. McOTIT,.
Md' KS,'III S !I I'ltaVATN,
AF1UST rate ansorlment of Scarfs, ttocis. Ties and
Cravats, every sti le and color, with an endics va
riety of handautue good., received and for sale upon rea
sonable terms by
J. II. McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's FuruisMng titore,
Oct. 13. corner of Square and t:oilet;e street.
Metropolitan Eating House.
WE will open our hula- lhhment, cornrr of Cedar and
Cherry streets, TU tcii AY, TH fc 6th UF O Tt Br.R.
Octfl J. W. MODlvK
lO KBWAltO.
OTRAVED from the patnre of J. A. Payne, about the
3 Ut of Augu 1 1 last, a HAT HOiiSr', with a "nip nose and
a blemish in the led eye, one, or both, hiud leet white
so 1 e saudte-inarka on his back, fx-tiols, and walks well
Octtt-tf. WM.T. VVKlUHl.
GRAND AND MAGNIFICENT
A U i T I O i SALE
OF NF.W, FRKail, AK D 'FASHIONABLE
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
Trabuo cfc? Lucub,
Y. 74 J'uUte Sqimre. Safivil-et Jenn.
K will on TUKSDAV, W f, DNKSD K V, AM THCR8
DY. November I'.'th, 1 1th. and U. h, jell at Aue-
tio on account of owner., trustees. Marshal of State, and
al' ithers concerned, a grand and magn ficant stook of
M APl.i: A .D PA.X V Ilf V JOn!S
Ready made Clothir.g, Soft, Far, nd Wool lbU; Shorn
Brogni, and Hoots; y-ieensware, ll.irdware and Cutlery;
Io(i ps o Fine Velvet Carpet, ail " ool Carpet, one-half
Wool arpetipjr, 4c :
Prints of hII kin-'s and quaite.;
H enched Domest c of a I kinds;
Itrown ard Bleached Cotton Jeans.
Plaid l.inseysof all kinds;
Superfine, All-Wool Cashmeres, Slde-slrlpe" do, Berk
ahlre do;
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans and Caalnetts, all qualities and
ivies
Super French Casslmerea;
Canton Flannel-, rrown and bleached;
American and tnli h Mermnes;
Knitliah and Ainericti Ueijiiu-; Kobes of all kinds;
All wo. 'I lieLaine ; All wool French Mrrmou,
T'ilhd Persians and Herapea, Coburtf , c;
Wlii, yrl ow, and red Flannel, asaoricd,
Allendale ()non'erp.nes;
Mohair and Mia Wor- Alnarear;
HUck Silk. aP width-; Table Clolhs;
'Uiaels; Iii er ; Huttoii; Threads; Wool and Cotton
Hosier) jLiautitiet; (i loves; Pmpenders, Trimmings, AC
UII1TJU jaiom;ts.
While Jaronetta; Cross Ilarrei! V10 lin;
Nau 00k Mulins; Slss Muslin-;
Jkconuett and Hwias Kdx-lnt:i and tunning 1; Caps, Col
lars, -icevr., t hetiilsetis.Cutr, c.
i.im t i itrtn .th m.i s.
Superfine Mi, ire An'lque, Velvet, Checked, ClJih and
Meriuo Cluak and Mauiir.,Ac.
itoo rs a.d miui:,
Bov' and Yuuth.'s luiou;
l...lie .ml Mu-se Kid, Mi rc ceo, and Kip Boots;
Calf in I Kip Hoot.;
I n bound aud Laud B Drogana;
M d lo..t)i;
Negro Urogun-, Tarpet Sacks, le.
II i: A 1 1 - VI A li: CI.UTII I !f.
Fine Cloth Dress and Frock Coals;
Fine braver Over roaU;
I weed, C.-imre and Cloth tlualnasa Coats;
Hlao ami Panov lualnrrr, I'aaainet and Jsaos Pants;
Mik, Matin aaJ (irrmtg eals;
A large s.oek of bUnket and f not Cloth Over-coat; Fie
Marseilles au Cliluis ShirU; Fin Lines Hosora and tion
Mans; Wool DjI Murts and I'ta Jackets; Nefro Kerseys,
of all klnda; "uprrflne Hrd HlankeU, common and good
Negro Msn.rl., 4 4, and I S Omaburgs and lomralca.
II tllint Alii: AMI (l i:t AJIIVAHL.
Table aLd Pocket Cutlery, aasortad;
caiu'itim;.
ltMpleewaof Iitra Supeinn Velvet Carpet.n; All wool
Carpeilug, One ha.f wool do; Itaarih Kuk, ae
wli, m-U tha Carpet IL'JUV .M' ttNING, com
stncirg at o'clock, precewrly, the Art I day of sale.
A;i of the Uoods are no la store reaiy for eamnatia.
Cliy and country o rrcj..ms w lo pay eaah and pa their
cot.s PLL'M th day they are d ie.ar requested to al
taod this sale, abd 0.. oliUHs. Tbla t sn estra
rbasi-e f r you urr, as w intend to put lb goods ibrovgb
"kigbuun," li.cy u.u.1 gu, that's all.
TrtAhCt A Lucrn,
Coniiulsatoo kiarehants.
Taatts ill earns ender ia), t.ueajh; all iudi over
II std under SiO .aisty U; ail sama .er ivoaad
audcr !K . n.neiy data; ail . eer .iu, four uaonlhe
lime wi.l le (U.o lor saiutact ry eoUs, payaWa at Uis
Bank of TiOlica.es, at Nastitui
TKABCK A LCCUH,
0lt. :d No-TA.I'uWatqoarw, Naabvli'a.
Gciitlcmcu Tako Notice.
'ptlAT wenuw !!! roJ Mj t r, tUtt9
A aO. Id Cl.4t.4U 1 Itl.l.T,
the Urj.t an 4 ba.l Klectwi asMurt-iwai of:
liltl, I'AVrs, ULa.lHCTS,
lllUt U, aad VI MS ULUI IN,
UtLlftOtla, MIA WIS MIIHTS,
Collars, H.Bd.erciiief , Ualf-Hosc, Ac , to be foand ta lb
I, ud thai fell our goods ar, always a U- isr) bl
tuak, qaa.uy sua suauriaia.
. cupton a apb.tf,
0c- A Caar atxeart.
Uhfut! Wltrut!:
tllll OiHI WHKAT WAirriO.s).
torwhteh lu biahal saarfect ru.a wui t a.urf. Kaxaa
hirtatticd.
paiU.
K. . tAN'DT.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Nervomnes, or Wcakaeis of any kind.
If any of our readers are trouble! with Nervousness or
Weakness of any kind, they should procure a bottle of
"BfERHAVsTS HOLLAVD UrTrEa3.' We have tried it,
and can recommend it confidently, a a medicine giving
almost instantaneous, relief. Daily Enterprise.
Holloway'sj fills., Profestianal prejadice dies
bard, but tha cores of dyspepsia, bilious disorders, and
dysentery, wrought by this unapproachable remedy, are
breaking it down everywhere. The liberal minded mem
bers of the faculty almit the value of the medicine. Well
they may, for it shatnea the old treatment by its countless
cures.
Bold at the manufactory, So. SO Maiden Lane, New York,
aad by all druggists, at 25c., C2Xc, and SI per box. 45
P.aiCM atiex Ncc&ALOti, The agonies of Eheumatiim
and Neuralgia are among the most acute with which the
human frame ia ever affiiCtd, ard have heretofore been
found the mcit difictU to rmoe. Hppily a remedy is
now ditcovtitdty which tte mott cbttinate eases can be
Immediately cured. This sovereign ren-.edy ia Basso's
A actio Iuimsbt, far ta'e by Druggists generally, it is
only necessary for the autTcrer to try ft, to be assured af
lu efficacy. octllm.
AN IJffPOETAST ITEM TO THE STJBVTVOES 07
THE LATE "WAE WITH BIX1C0-
Laacaaru C H., S. May IS, 1856.
Da. C. M. Jscieom. Dear Sir: After my return from
Mexico, I wassenou-ly aiUicted with that terrible disease
which has carried to the grave fo many of my fellow
soldiers, Chronic Diarrhoea, accompanied with Neuralgia,
brought on by the climate of Mexico, and the mode of
living, while engaged in the war. The relief I have ob
tained from the use of Hoofland's German bitters is as
tonishing, and I mott cheerfully have, and still continue
to recommend the Bitters to all who are similarly affect
ed, believr.g that the benefit that will result from their
use will be incalculable.
Very respectfully youra,
K . G. BILLING',
Late Lieut, of Company C
Palmetto Ke't. S. C. Volunteers.
Be sure and ask for Uootand'a German .Setters, and see
that the signature of C.M.Jackton, ia on the w rapper of
each bottle.
For sale by druggists and storekeepers in every town
and village in the Inittd States, West Indies and Cana
das. Price 75 cents per bottle. I rincipal Office, 41S Arch
street, Philadelphia, P. eotl-lm.
WANTED ImmediatPiv. 10.-
000 men to engage in the sale of the most
popular selling Books in Alter cs. Invalids, mechanic,
farmtrs and teachers, wi-bing to travel, will find this a
very profitable and pleasant business, enabling them to
ree the country, and make money at the same time. A
gents now In the business are clearing from (500 to $1 50
per year. For lull particulars and a list of Books, addres
H. M. RCL1S0N, Queen City Publi.hing House, 141 Main
street, Cincinnati, Ohio;; or, if living East, D RCLI30N,
Philadelphia. septal.
Fstsk ahd Aoca. Foremost among the various remedies
for this disease stands Dr. Ehalienberger' Antidote A
few doses will cute any ordinary case, and one dose inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least
degree hurtful to the system untier any circumstance
and never produces the unpleasant effects that attend the
use of Qui nine and other agents in general use. It cures
every form of the disease, and is the original and only An
tidote for Malaria.
Ak fo.- Dr. fchallenberger'a Fever and Ague Antidote,
and be sure you get jriUs. Sold by respectable Druggists
everywhere. Price l 50. Sole Proprietors, A. T. SaaL-
LasBkaas A Co., Rochester, Pa. t,aug4-8a)dtriaw.
The Flux Annihiliated.
Every summer and fall thousands of people die of Flux,
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping Pains, and other irregularities
of the Bowels. It can now be cured in every case lor 75
centa, by the use of TTJCKEB'S CHOLERA 8THTJP,
which ha been tested by the best physicians in the 8ontn
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectua
remedy new in u-e. It has performed more astonishing
cures than any other specific. A human life can be saved
In nine cases out of ten by an investment of 75 cents. Buy
a bottle and keep it by you.
For sa e by K KENAN a. RAIKS and T. WELLS, Drug
gias. apr24 6m
Advertisement.
105 MEDICAL PREPRATIONS
FOR THE CUKE OF
EVERY KXOWN DISEASE!
The underalgned, having been appointed sole Agent for
Naahville, for the sale of the Medical Preparations recom
mended n "Dr. Freeoe's Cortbinet' Sjsttm of Practice.for
Physicians and Families,'' would respectfully offer them to
such of ourcitiai-ns as need a rextoratirc to health.
These preparations' are con pounded 'rom the recipes of
the n ost celebrated Physicians and Surgeons of Europe
and America, and will cure erety Inovn disease, that is at
all within the rtach of remedies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Profetsor Freese, and other cele
brated Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have betn found invariably effectual.
For further particulars, fee Dr. Freese' Combined Sys
tem of Practice, t' gei her with Cards, Posters, Ac.
both the Book, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
had of the undersigued, at his Drug Siore, in Nashville.
JOHN J BEECH,
No. 80 Sewanee Building, ollege st.,
nnelA 6m. Navhville, Tenn.
lioyal Havana Lottery.
'IHIE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
1 Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, un
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Havana. on
Wednesday, November 4th, 1H57.
s 3 o o7ob o-
Worteo umcro dSU Ordiuarlo,
Prise of
.45100,000
4 Prises ol t2,00
t0,IKlO
.... 80,1100
.... lll.OOti
5.IHH)
5 " " l.tKXI
52 " 5tK1
1 48 " " 400
2C Approximations.... a,SO0
4 Approximations to the SluO.otHi, of 6u0 each; 4 of400 to
ftO.UVU; 4 of 4H) to 80.1MNI; 4 of 40U to ' 0,00(1; 4 of 400 to SS.tMHi
Whole Ticket $20 ; Halves $IO
Quarters $5.
Prize cached at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Naahvi'le city banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded assaon as the reiultbeoomeS
known.
t-w Communications addressed to DON RODRIGUEZ,
(care of Citv Post, Charleston. 80. Ca.,) until the 4th of
November. 1S57, will be aueode.1 to Oct. II td
F II A A CISCO,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALtK IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FlllS,
No. 23 Public Square,
N AMI VILI.i:, TESiN.
LAB IE S DRESS EURS.
OPENING OF THE r-
FUR SEASON L
AT
FlTANCiaCO'J3.
Uf E SHALL OPKN OCR FL'K ROOM THURSDAY.
HCTviH . R, 1ST, and be prepared to exhibits larger,
ami choice at ck of La.il -s and Mii-e Fancv Uresa Kura,
than w have ever bi-fore offered, embracing Russian,
Hudson Bay and Canada Sable, Stone Ma'trn, Fitch, Si
beria o fe'iulrrcl, Lvns.and ail the lower grade, of Furs,
made up la the latent tvl. Some very hand orae Kobes
aud FUOI' ML'FFd, for carriages.
A. J. FKANCISCO, Furrier,
aept?. V a. V8, Public quare.
0 TJ XX
a
Sljlc
Autumn
For 1C57.
Cl ENTLF.M N who are an bi Uu t 10 wearaTASTT HAT
r are invittvl to call and exaaioe this beautiful style at
th ttat and fur huiporium of
A. J. FRANCISCO,
ett25. 8 Public Njuare.
Those French Felt Hats.
4 FRFSH supply just received at the Emporium
j. v. or
FitaN' l-Co-8.
eplj.l.
2 Pub ic Square.
UK.IILY IMPORTANT TO
EECTirrZKS, LIQU0S MERCHANTS AXD
WHOLESALE GS0CEE3.
Dll. t i:i 11 1 W AM.l U'
riavoriegs to Prtxiacs at a Moment's Hctice every
desired Liquor.
The andrraigied haa Utaly c ad great ImprevemenU ia
this Branch of oi.mw. Tr Fla voringa a' pat op in pact'
g-sof 6. lu, and 4J liailona. itnd rrquir bat the adaiuoa
of Pure spirit, with tat or 4'.h proof, aad Liquorm. such as
Ctgaae,iLbrlark ar pl, Iloi.sna and I oaii.h (in. Ja
ma.ua and St. Croix Ruu, MnooDj;t,eia, Boarba, ! uh aud
KruU-h vihiaky, Apide, Peach. Chrry and Kaberry
HrndT, Port and M.-tei.a H ice w.ll be instant y produced.
Il requires bo k II, but aa ad I1U00 of a rwxl spirit, say fx)
gal ous to caehgaUoB of tha re ecii Flavuring.
lb besl l"one oil, grra, cl,u aud whitr, warranted
grouin. as low as any oUicc importer chat gea lor tha rv
specuv quaii ly.
K aenrrs of v.ry lJjor txtract el Cognac, 1 & of
hteu pro-locws iV:ioo tf Cofuae.
Kaw Whuky way y Dr. F.ta. and body preparation be
made asueou, ao-1 wita tut a ir U ng iiikm.
Tbe prices of I '.avortngs ara atra.ety lawderata.aad di
racuoa la full aappii4 tv
DB. LEW IS FFt'CHT ANGFR,
CXemiMttmJ ImfmrH Jrwca, t a.rtfcli la aaui jfg.
UiU, ItiJtKerri , u4 j kA.fro;tte ttnUiLt.
143 Mialtlea Latlne. .rur York
April 1 mlawdv.
1 011 siALi:.
VTOCKO aad !;'y bCjfr "ooiu, whais ago haas
aavrvaat. ksuir at ibu o&m. tp ti.
I) It. JOHN W. lOUTON
II
AS iaati4 bis e-Tve from ft. 41 CLsrry street, is
a. 84 Caiaf wU l!y
BY TELEGRAPH.
BY THE NATIONAL USE.
Reports Pnrnisked by the Associated Press.
Niw Oblbskb. Oct. 21. Co too sales 5.500
bale. Prices unchanged- Receipts of three dajs
10,550 bale?. Decrease t this port I0S.560 bales.
Drcreafe at al) ports 187.000 bales. Fair Sogar
66j. Molasses 17a 19 Rest anchaniiedand dull.
Mouey matters unchanged aod gloomv. 0 sales
of exchange.
St. Louis, Oct. 27. Flour 4 00. Corn 50. Oata
S2aS5.
Cjaciumati, Oct. 27. Flour 4 00. WbUkj 15,
BusinesB fair. Money unchanged.
Colcmbpp, O., Oct. 27 Green Mountain Morgan
beat Black Hawk in the Telegraph race (or 1,000
side.
Wabhikgtos, Oct. 27. The officer of the ship
of war Vandalia, which joins the Pacific equadroo,
are Commodore Sinclair, Lieutenants Brown, Cald
well, John L. Davis, and Fry Glossell. Acting
Master Bdbcock; Surgeon Wilson, Assistant Sur
geon Trist, and Purser Jackson.
Nw York, Oct. 27. Cotton and Flour quiet.
Whfst firm. Corn heavy. Lard 1013. Coffee
declined Provisions very dulL Linseed Oil
6 3a 64.
Toronto, C. W., Oct. 27. Ross, Mitchell &
Co., Importers have failed liabilities a million and
a quarter.
The Eicelsior Corn and Cob Mill.
HAS ju-t received the highest premium at the great
National Fair al Louisville, and also at the Ohio State
Fair at Cincinnati, over the Little Giant, Star and Magic
Mills.
It ia adapted fo crushing Corn and Cob, Rye, Oat', Ac,
for stock, and for a-rindiog for family use, distilleries,
Ac Iu grind ng surfaces can be renewed at a cost of
three dol.ars, being east separate from the other portions
of the Mill.
Furnished comp'ete, with two pairs of grinding rings for
fifty dollars. Traveling Agents wanted to sell the above
Mills. J. C. BALDWIN A CO ,
oc:7 dtwawSai. 87 College street, Naahville.
ROBERT MOORE,
Commission Merchant,
No. 80, Front Street,
CISCINXATTI, OHIO,
Candles, Clover Seed,
hoap, Timothy Seed,
Starch, B ne Grass eeed, Ac,
Lard Oil, Cordage,
Lin.-eed Oil, Wrapping Paper,
And articles of Cincinnati ProJuee and Manufacture
generally, purchased and supolied at lowest prices.
Consignment of Cotton, Pig Iron, Feathers, Dried Fruit,
Glusang, Beeswax, Ac, 4c, toiicited.
(2gr Quic, sales and prompt returnf.3
Terms cash. B elm oct'24 if.
CITY CLiOTlllXt; STOftli!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
M. SULZBACHER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Market Street,
NASHVILLE, TOKLSSEE,
HAVE just received a larpe and extensive Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We can Oil all orders
for Clothing on the shortest notice, at prices that will suit
all purchaser.
Our stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, is now ccom
n'ete,both for tientlemeu's and Boy's wear, and we confi
dently believe that we can give general satisfaction to all
who will give us a call.
SeptlS 2m. M. SULZBACHER, Ag'U
tou itKivr.
TWO ROOMS ON VINE STREET, between Church and
Broad. Inquire of A. B. Shankland, No. 25, Cherry
street. Sept 82 tf
4.1 JTI 1X1I.C.
enrin FEET asso ted Gum Belting on hand and for
tJUUU aie by ept23. D.D. DKKLY.
Kiddleberger's Eating iTouse.
SAM Riddleberger takes occasion to announce to thepob-
lie, that, the bun n er ea--on over, he tin given up the
enjoyment of "rural felicity and returned to town. His
House i again opened, and he hopes to ree again the
smiling faces of hi old friends and customers, and to be
come acquainted aitb lots of new ones. His tables shall
al ays be lioerally supplied with the best our market af
fords, and a ' little more."
Bept. I,l?57.
Broadway House.
THIS New Hotel is now open for the reception of . ,
boarders, being situate . in a ceDtral locality to r
all heditlereut Kailro' da. convenient to the Medical JLJmi.
college, the post ott:ce and the mer, renders it the most
de-iirable place in the city for travelers and day boarders.
Members of the Legislature, Btule'its and the traveling
public gL-nrrallv are earne tly requested to visit this house.
No pain will be spared to render all who come comfortable
and contented. WM. P. BRANCH.
GUI? POWDER AGENCY!
Hiflo 3Eo-x7xT2.oxrm.
EIIAVIS l! .nAVAZINK,
D95kegsDUPONT'S KIFLK POWDER,
SCO " Beatees " "
150 " Kentucky Rifle "
1,000 " blasting '
8uO,tHK feet Safety Fuse. T. A. MeOALL, Agent.
CATAHHA WDE,
r WILL keep constantly on hand a supply of Dry and
L Bparkling Wines, which 1 will furnish the trade at Cin
cinnati prices, freight added. T. A. McOA'.L,
Apl 1 Ageat.
TfSKKIftS & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
NEW ORLEANS.
W. M. PERKINS. septan dtwaw
W. A. JOHNSON & CO?,
eTA T02Vlf3
AMD
Co mm I s s 1 o n Merchants,
87 CAROXDELKT STRKET,
npts. ohm; Arcs.
WHEELEB & EVERETT,
33 XX O 33L 0E3 Xt -
NliW VOUK CITY,
117' ILL pay for Pounty 1 and Warrants of all denomlna.
V tions, TWO PtK CNT. AI'uVK MARKKT PKICtS,
until October 16lh, we having a large amount to deliver at
that time. Send them along. The following are the latest
quotations;
160 acres.... 94
lio w
60 " 4
40 .....1 111
Parties reeding Warrants by mail, will be paid the same
aa though they were personally present. Draft remitted
by return mail. Address
WHEELER A KVERETT,
Brokers, New York City.
New York, Aogut 15. 1S57. auirST--)m.
r. A. 1 IHTHOLD.
A. 0 BkaXOCDT.
a. h. Taoarsoa.
BERTH OLD, BESN0UDY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
0 DBALBBS !
Sope, lagging, Bacon and Flour,
No. 134 second Mttcet, saint Leuiai SI.
W Conaignraents of all Boathern Produce received
and promptly attended to may 15 trlwAwIy.
NEW HOl Tr XO MEMPHIS.
FARE ONLY tU-
TIME THROUGH 85 HOURS,
rp RAINS run through from Htevenson to Memphis and
A make cloae eounection with Trains on the Naahville
and Chattanooga Kallroad at Stevenson. Through tickets
from Nashville to Memphis sold for ia. Time through W
hours.
NO STAIilNCi.
Passengers should leave Nashville on the 5 o clock P. M.
Train, wt.jrh arrives at ftevenson at :1fi A. M-. and eon.
nectt with Trains for Memphis. No delay except In chang
ing ears. C. L. ANDaRiON.
aprS Ticket Agent.
Nashville and Chattanooga Eailroad
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURI OF PASSENGER TRAIN,
nsr Aarraw.
Leaves NashvlUe every snornlng at 7:43.
reniug at D.
Chattanooga
nornlng at C:80.
even! ng at
aaaivatA.
Arrts al Cbattanooga evory evening at f:i
momlnf at 6:
10.
at Naabville evening at 4..
a at tnarsisg al :43.
The Day-Trains meet at Tullahoeia aad both connect
with the train f r alsocbtaUr and McMinnvUla. Paaaea
gers for Erenfceba pogs and oth.f pottiu on aad near
the McMinnvilie Railroad shoo I J Use the Day-Train, as
the connection fcy U el TuUabn U dirU
marchi4 U. t. ANDERSON, uperictendant-
lTItre IVotlce.
"1
MEXFlCw AJT3 CHAEXE5T0X EAIL.E0AJ).
'1,BE ADAa8" IXPRE COM PANT have wsade ar
1 ranfemn'.s with lha a Ka:ie-d a DaUy KiptmS
Ub, and are bow prepared W rev and forward Fraittit,
Par kire, c, by raawrrr Tra'BS to Uaawvtil, Dsjealar,
raaruft Ma,aadiatr.dviaiaUBnaa tAeaf. A Cans K.
A C. Railroads, email Paekag-e at redwosJ I rwtea.
tf Mmseegcrs leave ibv!;l daily at I 'ciock, A. .
Ja?- Freiil.1 to be forare4 by Aspras wili be eaua
r witbouicatre charge. ol-lll A. E. BOLT, Af.aC
Wlieait Sack.
i t f WUCAT A"K bead aad foe Mas
ill, II II IF by ll4 D. D. DICAAT.
A
X L E3 , N CT . W i? 1 i ta . B0 1 LE K? , EITETS, S
Crw KaI, ea ead a4 lot &y
MILLINERY GOODS.
Great Bargains for the Ladies.
FAKCT E0X3TZTS AND MTXirSESY GOODS
CrtEAr JTOJl CASil-
X5 order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock of
cooda I will sell the balance of any Fancy Bonnets, Straw
Bonnets, Jipseys, Ribbons, Flowers, i-mbroideries and
Fancy Goods, at ooet raters. I am now selling $15 bon
nets for $7; $13 Bonnets for 6; 10 Bonneta for t5; 5
Bonnets lor f 3. Mohair Head Dresses. Kid and Pic-Nie
Gloves, Silk Veils, and other goods at equally reduced
piices. Now, ladies, ia your time to get great bargains
cheap for cash, as there will be no credit given. Call soon.
before they are all gone, at No. 10, cedar street.
July X. MI . B.J. 1.LU1U.
WHOLESALE AND R ETA IE
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT
-.Ue"
K0- 30 TJSION ETEZIT.
A CROOKF.lt is now receiving and opening bis
rX. Spring Stock of
3VSJ.111 -xxGxry Goods.
Merchants aad Milliners will tnd it to their Interest to
give him a call, as hit stock is far superior to any kept in
the city. As every one knows whatconstitute. a complete
assortment of Millinery Goods, tt is uaelesa lo enumerate
articl.s. It is enough for his lady customers to know th tMrs
Crooker selected this stork, and with a view to be inter,
ests and tastes of their patrons. The pnhlic may rely upon
being honestly dealt with, aa be does business in nis own
name. marcoai.
THURSDAY, OCTOBElt 8T1I,
OPENING DAY.
ML38 M. HARDY, No. 34, Campbell's Block, Union St.,
up stairs, respectfully announces to the ladies of
Nashville and vicinity, that she will have ready for their
inspection of her full stock of rich and elegant Millinery,
Bonnets, and Trimmings, that bas been selected with great
care and taste.
Stamping, for braiding and embroidery, neatly execu
ted. Oct6.
WE WILL OPEN ON
THTJESDAY, 8TH OF OCTOBER,
AT THE
New lork Millinery Emporium,
lhil.nl aVsasa
32 UNION STREET,
A MATCHLESS assortment of RICH PARIS PATTERN
BONNETS and
MILLINERY GOODS,
consisting of large and varied assortments of every
novelty and gem that could be procured at the Fashiona
ble Paris Openings, in New York.
Mrs. Doyle, having long and attentive experience In the
Millinery Business, and having personally selected the
Stock, she flatters herself that her selection will please
the mott fastidious. In Fashionable Goods, the stock on
examination, will be found replete with every article de
sirable in Ladies' Furs and Cloaks, aa well as Millinery.
Every variety of BoBnet Materials, suitable for the seaton.
Old Bonnets retrimmed and renovated in superior style.
Oct 5.
MRS. J. BARTER
13
OPENS 11 Eli yv
FALL AND WINTEB illLLINESY
ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER EIGHTH,
AT 29, UNION STREET.
BONNETS of xv est dkscbiptios AMD mica, and of the
latest sTYLKd ; Head-Dresses, Dreia-Caps, Children's
Embroidered Hoods Caps, Ac, Ac.
3?" Constantly on hand a full assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS.
Ladies, call and aee. t Oct 8 tf.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1857,
Htt.M'h WSJ
7, ! S
13 lJ '
MRS. M. D. H0WERT0N, No. 6, Cnion s'rfet, nea
Market, respectfully announces to the ladies of this
city and vicinitv, that she will open for exhibition and
sale on SATL'RDAY NEXT, October 4th, her new stiles
of FALL AND WINTER B0NNKT8 AND MILLINERY
GOODS. Her assortment will be found nnusually rich
and elezant, comprising the most attractive, as well as
useful of the choicest tabiics of the dav. Her supply of
BOVN'ETS and BONNET TRIMMINGS the take) especial
pleasure in commending to the attention of buyers, as she
Is persuaded nothing more modest or tasteful can be found
in the city oct2-lm
WISE'S GRAND EXHIBITION!!
iifft of f m
FALL AND WINTER
Bonnets and Millinery,
TliursiAay HlU of Oelolicr.
OVER 300 RICHJVIPORTED BONNETS.
WE have made unusual preparations and tnagio-IIke
display iu Fancy bonnetc. Head Dresnes. Ac, this
Fall, and hope to be crowded ith our Lady friends and
strangere to make their selec ioos. Having been engaged
for over 'M years in thia changeable World. Of fashions
we rauBt please the mo-t laatidioua in goods and prices,
consisting of
ltHi pieces of Ribhont , latest styles.
10 0 of every new and rich design and style.
640 Cantons of Paris Flowers , a perfect flower-garden.
60 44 Rich Ostileh and Maraibo Plnmes ; Birds
of Paradise. Ac.
80 cases colored Straws, IS u gal and Chenille ; latest fall
shapes.
10 colored Leghorn FlatU, Gipeeys, and CLil iren
Bonnets.
230 boxes Russias and Thule Caps.
ItiO doa. Hoop Skirts, a I the latest styles, for Fall.
SO Cloth 1 almas and Cloaks, latest styles, 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 Jaoonet, Maltese, Muaiin, llonington, Ac, in
Collars, bleeve, Worked Bands, Lmbroidered Handker
chief', Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies Paris Crftiute Cape, Mohair
Head Dresses and rich imported Head Dresses in the great
est splendor. Likewise rich ornamented gnoda. Combs of
everv new style, the Bonnet Comb to keep Bonnets in the
right place; the new sty e Elastic Role fur the bead, fine
aod medium Cabba and many Fancy Goods, too numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, Chil
dren's Coats.Lcjrins, Hote, Mitts.tcarfa. and the la teat stales
of Riroletts for parties. It is impossible to give you a lull
description of our Fall Stock, it will require your personal
attention te examine. Having 18 years experience in
Nashville. 1 flatter myself that I can now plcae the moat
fastidiooa, not only in goods but in prices.
The great and nnprecedenfed patronage we receive from
one season to the other, we flatter ourwlves.aa fully estab-
tihd our E.tablisbment for Rich Millinery Uoods. ro
deception aa reparcs Fashions. We have our Agent at
Paris and London to ke-p ns posted, and bring out the
styles as soon as exhibited at curope.
a., vrica, agent.
Parisian Millinery Baaaar,
octft. No. tt Cnion St. next door to Plate Bank.
Vff Country Merchants and Milliners supplied with a
small bill of goods at lully aa low pricra aa purchasing
Kst. Bonneta renovated In superior sty.e aua reasonable
chaiges. octo.
New Millinery Goods!
G Hi: AT ATTltACTlOX !!
MBS. E. LOCKHaSt, Agent,
No. 14, Cherry Street,
Brtioeen Union and ClatrcAJ
WOULD respectfully Inform the Ladies of Nashville
and vicinity that she intends to open on the 1st of
October, the most handsome stock of
Jtlilliiiery Goods
ever exhibited la this eity Her stock waa selected In
New York in person, where she remained a sufficient
length of time to make herself acquainted with the latast
and moat approved styles, believing thai bar goods will
suit all taatea she Invites an examination before purchas
ing elsewhere. eept3! lo.
White Seed Wheat.
riHK anderslgned bason band some superior crops of
X White Wheat which will be aold for seed ia quantities
to suit purchasers,
sepixa. D. D. DICK IT.
Health of American Women.
From (As Xea York Doily Ken (Editorial).
We desire to call attention to a letter from Dr.Jo.haa
P. Bridge, ea 'The Health of American Women,' in another
column. He treats the subject in an able manner, and his
skill and aaod Lead judgment snay b relied opoa.1
Frvn ths A'bany Jfoming Erpres.
"Marshall's Cterloe Catholicon haa proved to be tally as
Taioar le aa it is claimed to ba in many severe teals made
bv rordicai gecUeaaen aod others. Dr. Bndf e la a regular
phvaician cf very fine attainments, a man of great Judg
ment and di crimination, a judicious and highly sorceaa
ful practitioner in ad diseases, espacuviiy those of wotuea
and children."
from FkyricitMU.
-Marshall's Uterine CathoJkwn will certainly care all
the diseases lor which it is reeorcmendnl.
"There Is no tneeUcme bae tt la this country.
"In the worst eases I have ever md witq a ara hall's Ute
rine Cathoneoa ia a certain and sale remedy.1
MARSHALL'S TJ TESTS E CATE0UC0S
Is uchewtatingly efferwd aa a relUble rwmrdy fcjr sil those
complainta lo alich every woscaa is libie, and wlucb
gradually aOeet Ue mind aa well aa the body , ae that le
think, talk or work fceeoeae abke a aooroa of suifeneg. If
not of impoauibiiity. Among the eomj laieu toe which
Call oleaa la a remedy. are FatUng of the Mesne, Whitaa,
Fenpreated, Irrcgu ar or Painful Mcnatraatiua, BioaUng,
laflammaiwns and Deceases of Uie iliieeys or L'nnary
Orgsar, Ketenitoa or loooalisFBC J ot Unne, D ear t a am,
Co.ilTn.-s, Nervoaanese, Fainunga, Pai)t'.auoBa, tramp.,
Dwturbed Fleep, and aU iros, wrgante e ejmpuAbaUc,
eonnreteJ with the etenoe organs.
Lada be are trwebied with any ef the abeva symp
toms, er with apiBC. liver or lcg eoeacHaiatai, are Invited
tonaelhte medartoe, with full eonfidrnew tha tbey wui
Bad relief. Marshall's I'terinw Catboheoe U se a qaacs
Buicioe, bet lu tngredirata have been eaade known ta
the Medical College., aod tay are al lbs tier v toe ui aay
rwrwetavbie phyncian ta the eounir.
7sa pruZ f MAKHALUA CTXHIXS CATUOU
CVS. it ss jMiiiw saJ a tia Jxr UmiM.
ALtX. MACSIMIE.
Ajett, Graicabxrg Co
OetSl. Fee Teanae, AUlaaaa as! osorgia.
a. o. swrvw.
. r. ecveeia.
SO. 4. SOW LA a.
bMlTII, GUTIJIUL. U CO.,
COMMISSION MERCIIAINiTS,
AND
WHOLESALE GILO CUTIS.
DEALK&S in
FCaElCS m DOMESTIC LIQUORS
SSB AuaTS fa TKS SaAJJ t
VllttilNIA A TENNESSEE TOIIACCO.
St- Mi Slaia 2t, tea Ucas.1 12 1 Ti.irl,
tOlUULLr. ET.
46l34atl
Tlie White Property
AT rfJULIC SALE.
OV Tl'ESDAY, lfrw OF KOVEMBXH NEXT, I win sell
to the highest bidder, on the premises, that valuable
property, now oeccple.1 and owned by Mrs. WixifbsD
Whit, situated in South Nashville, opposite the Univer
sity , fronting on Market street 117 feet to sn alley, and
extending bark to College street, SS feet, n.ore or leas,
making two fronts.
TLe house is atwo story brick, containing 6 large rooms,
besides a Hall, and ia two story porch in the rear, and all
necessary out-building?. This property is the most beau
tiful, and at the same time most valuable, situated in thai
portion of the eity, for a private residence, and has all
the advantages that any other property has in any por
tion of the city. We would earnestly request thae in
want of a residence, to give this an examination before
the day of aile, as we are confident they cannot suit them
selves better. No'Hrg we could say in its behalf, in an
advertisement, would indicate what it really is. Go and
see for yourselves.
1 sums or ga.L. flSOO in cash; balance in 1, 2, 8, 4, and 5
years, with interest from date, good security and lien re
tained. For further particulars enquire of
t. S. GLASCOCK, Agent,
0ct5 td. No. 67 Cherry street.
STOKE HOLSE FOIt SALE
On Bread Street, 2nd door from College.
VXJE are offeiicig for sal's, cheap, that value- AbA
v v ble etore House, situated on Broad., andfi3
adjoinicg the hoe Store of B. R. Cutter, 2d door 6fS j
from College street. This is a desirable business
Stand, and well adapted to business of any description.
It will pay 10 per cent npo the purchase money. Come
quick or yen will lose a bargain. For particulars enquire
of . R. GLA0CK, Agent,
aeotSt. No 67 Cherry street.
Valuable Land for Sale.
ON Tuesday, lite SOttk day of October
next, 1 will rell to the highest bidder, my farm in
Robertson county, Tennessee, one mile North of Tnrnera
Tille, and four miles from the Naahville and Henderson
Railroad, being 40 mites from Naahville and SO from Clarks
ville. Said tract contains
Q.OOO Aoros
of the finest Corn, Wheat and Tobacco land to be found in
Middle Tennessee. I will sell it in divisions, as follows:
No. 1 contains one thousand acres, 460 cleared, the
balance heavily timbered. This includes an elegant
Framed Dwelling, neatly finished, with 16 good rooms, good
kitchen, negro houses, cistern, carriage hone, stone
spring-house, and bains sufficient te cure 75,000 pounds
Tobacco.
No. 8 contain 820 acres, 1S6 eleared, balance well tim
bered. Thia tract contains a tolerably good double log
bouse and a never failing spring.
No. 8 contains 240 acres, 60 acre cleared, the balance
finely timbered with a very superior spring.
No. 4 conlaina 870 acres of the finest Board and Stave
timber betwetn Nashville and Pond river, through which
the stage road from Naabville to liopkinsville passes.
At the same tine and place, I will sell my present crop
of Corn, Fodder, Oata, Wheat, Tobacco, Ac Also my
stock of Mule, Hogs, and Cattle, and one hundred and
fifty Ewes, several hue Jacks, and one of the finest Stal
lions in Middle Tennessee.
TkAMS. 1 will sell the land for one fifth cash, the balance
on a credit of one, two, three, and four years, with interest
from date; retaining a lien on the property for the pur
chase money.
A barbecue will be served for the occasion. Bale posi
tive. ROBtRT D. CARK.
Oct. 18.187 -td.
Valuable Tract of Land
For mzxl&m
ON FRIDAY, 20TB OF NOVEMBER, l$Htl .will offer
for sale
THE TRACT OF LAND,
on which I reside, containing 350 Acre. The Isnd
lies IK miles west of Goodietsviile, with a good read out
to the turnpike. About 60 acrej are eleared. the balance
is in timber. The Nashville and Henderson Railroad,
which will soon be in operation, will have a depot in uooc
letsv He. The land is well watered, and is finely adapted
to the growth of biue grass. Anv person wishing to make
a Stock Farm, will find it well suited in coil and position to
that object.
Ai it haa a number or never failing Springs, it I capa
ble of being divided into a number of amall farm, as
follow
ne T-aet or 60 acres, SO acres cleared.
One Tract of 60 acres, so acres oleaied.
One Tract of about 70 acre.
One Tract of about 46 acres.
One Tract of about 6i acres.
.(.One Tract of about 75 acres, with the dwelling and Im
provements I will sell the land all together, er In parcels to suit pur.
chasers. Any person desiring information, may apply to
E. C. DRAKE, or to the subscriber on the premise.
Persons desiring to purchase privately, may apply at
anv time before the dav of sale.
TsRMfl: One-third in hand; the balance in one and two
years, with interest from dale, and a lien retained on the
land. sepiao to. us. viooLruLa.
CIIANCLIIY SALE.
Charles S. Childress et al vs. Morgan Vance et el.
IN pursuance of the decree pronounced in the above
cause, in this Court at its May Term last, I will sell at
the Court-hnune lot in thia city, on M--N 1AY, THE UsD
DAY OF NOVF.MBKR N KaT, a certain lot on the South
west side of College street, and at the corner of Franklin
street, In South Nashville, fronting on Colle.e street 160
feet, and running back 11 1 feet to an alley, on which is
situated a Brick Dwelling House, formerly occupied by
Henrr Allev.
And. also, one other lot in South Nashville, on Market
street, and at the eorne r of Franklin street, opposite the
Tee public School-hou se. This lot fronts Wei ft on Market st.
and runs baca to Coll ege street, and is a lot sold to Morgan
Vance bv John Nixon.
Tbsms One and two years credit, with interest from dale
notes to be well secure o, lien retained, and aale free from
redemption. 0. D. BR1KN, C. A M.
octi-td. Chancery Court at Nashville.
CAItlN PASSAti K
From Cliarlestim to New Yorli,
Twenty-Five Dollars.
$25.
ITITED STATES 1VI All LINE.
NEW YOKK AND CHARLESTON 8TEAM
PAC&LTS. Throcgh in 48 to 63 Honrs.
S X MI- W E E K L Yt
THF NEW PTK AM SHIP COLOMBIA, 18000 tons, M. Berry,
NA8HVILLK, 1500 ton T. D. Kwan.
JAMES ADUKR, l,6u0 tons 8. O. Turner,
MARION, l,fx0tons W.J. Foster,
SOL'THEKXtR, 1,000 ton L. M. MURRAY
LEAVKfl Adeer' Wharvea every WEDNESDAY an
8AT7JBDAY after the arrival of the oar from tha
South and Wet. Tables supplied with every luxury.
Attentive and courteous commanders will insure travelers
by this line every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabin Passage
Steerage,
Apply to
UKNRY MISSROON A CO, Agents,
May 26. CnaaLasmia, 8. 0.
Cabiu Passage to New York.
Weekly United States Hail Line.
mitK NSCW
AND SFUtNULU tUlai-WUX.aju o l iaji-
AK.I NTA,
FI.OIilllA,
ALAIIA.T1A
1,600 tons Capt. M. 8. Woods CIX.
1,800 tone Capt. lasso Caowsix.
1,800 tons Capt. U. B. Scaaaoa
EVERY HATUKDAY.
i .kt.. - . k. t . .Via txnaut
a licee auip. r. niuui iu, imci .
passed In speed, aafety or comfort making their passage
In 6n to 60 hour, and are commanded by akillfui, careful aad
pouve ouicera. xiaving ii-aaiaia.iwiwwn,Mvi,.a
they -flVr a most desirable conveyance to New York.
CabinpaMage to New York. tSS
Steerage paaaage to New York r
Agenu: PADKLFORD, FAY A OJL, Savannah,
SAM'L L. MITClilLL, It Broadway,
at,x( New York.
S. r. KiacaLtr.
a. s. SASoass.
K1NCIIL.EY &. SANCHEZ,
Produce and Comniksion Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, PL0TJB,
OATS, HAY, S.C.,
No. ? b arren Iilock. Augusta, Ga.
ry Partlcalar attention given to the sale of all eon
Ignmenja. mayl g 6m
J. II. HOPPER tSo CU
WUOLISALX A-VD RXTAIL
O 0 3Z3 2?2L 3 .
AkD DAALIU IX
lAiiuors and Vroduce,
SO. 61, COLLEGE STSSST,'
IV ASIIVILLEi TENNESSEE.
aug34 ly.
HOUSE FUtMSIILG U1RDWAEE.
PIC0T &"SP0TWELL,
7ii G3 flalden Latne, New York.
iHroarcrs asa xnuaas or
CCTLERT, FENDERS, TEA TRAT8, FIRE IKONS. TIN-
KilDant tlL.IU nvn.," nam...
FHK.SCH TINNED WARE.
AVDIKOSS, FAT FaNSCOAl. HOD3,
PLANL4li'l JAPANtD PLATAD A BiUIAMA WAKE,
wasrraCTcaaas or
PUTEDSPOOSS4 lOHKSi
Jnljll 4m V ta Uall.B Lane, Sew York.
a. v. aarvavT. a. c ai'ooaa. s. j. h'ooss.
BASTLETT. H'COilB & CO.,
O EXE HAL
Commission .Vorwardlus
- -w v. at r-t rj
A av AA fc a4 at ai
K0. LEVE2 ft 80 COKJffESCLlL 6T
6'AINT JLOLl.S, MO.
13 Libera csvah advancca aiade ea Coasigasaenta.
aairu to:
W. H. GORDON A .CO.. WM. P. BRYAN, ESO,
Jo!y ti -. Kaabviile, Tenn.
XT.
2VI O "XT
TUK ubc.-itr lakes this saetboA ef tnforvoiag bis ' J
Cii.Uja.ra a. -.4 trvaaA aad Uie putrita gasveray, tha
W a m, ItKS, as , sue a as Mua ausi m uraiw, t ag
ea Bos,Plw JsolJa, biraw -Cutters, tVra i.rs, Ciu
Cvwatfra, l!iiMat, Sakasv Wark aaj lro P.ooBg,
CoSt ki.-j,T sfcetiiaas. brass AstUe D-g-irBa,CajkiUa
Cuca. aad aa aiiboat siks variety e eu,r artkrie.
... if AiDki.W A JL? La.iH
fWiLLpsy Casbfcr LASO WAEAKTi at ssy er?-e
. ii, catrt) !'- la auy alie. ai 'f -j A. U.
Af.aal.aait. ticblHyl J. a. 1 t
AtCiAU.
Or !it) Ffia SiAf,r sals
LJ C.t. '. E, C.
!A"2T.
LIKD3LEVS ADVEnTi:H?.'.SlTS
CASK OF ITASHVIIXE.
. : . T will
T HAVE for sale a large amount ef property "":'&d
X sell for Notes of ths Bans: er aasnvuie, d
check, on it at the same prices that I have always se
tc'thTCPert'' a v. fL LINESLEY.
epizy.
FREE BANKS.
T HATE valuable dwelling bouse and lot r saic,
I tK. t.;,i,,L, J.re. fcr which will I Uke the notes of any of
the Free Bank, of Tennessee. Now is the time
enterprising merchant to procure a rood hof- ' ,"1:
give a reasonable time, within wbich be can iWfer calico
far the note. Applto trSDSLIY.
septsu. .
roil SALE.
LOT. on Cherry .treet. VrVt
I baptist Cfcuren, en wnicu mcc -
.Bt PTb. lot froou 10 feet, 1. ISO leet deep nr o
epti3. "
r 1 1 r " T.
THE Entledge property can be rented nrtil first Jann.
sry.lSSS. Poe.ion given In 'VsdlaY.
am2-i.
For Sale.
TWO handsome Lote in Edgefield, on Woodland treeU
The Lou lront W) feet each, and are 170 ieetdeep.
AupIv to
A. V.8.LINDE1.ET.
SeptlS.
A Valuable Easiness Lot for Sale.
e..f..UAft
T am o" r.r
'"n'wSuMmakone of the be stand, for a whol..al.
Grocery Store in the city. For term, apply
rKw . w.
A Neat EwelliEff House for Sale.
QITTJATED In Edgefield, oa the Gallatin Turnpike. For
runner pedicular appij TJNDSLET.
reput.
VOW
THAT valuable 7wenicg at the corner of jCed'
Summer sueeta. The lot fronts 5 eet. The Dwell-
l
ng la Urge and con-modioaa, and iere i. a i"
i. i, . r ih. n.n.1 desirable locations in the
the lot. It i one of the mot desirable locations
eity. Apply to
A. S. I INDW FY.
septlx.
YaliiaMe Free-Soil Lot for Sale.
AM now offering for sal a valuable BuIUing Ut oa
Cr.mr. .trt nrair ihe comer of Broad. Tbe lot fronts
sixty-aix feet on fprnce, ia one hundred and fifty leet deep,
with a convenient alley in Ihe rear. ...
Vhli nrnnart. i. ,iinnl from taxea for 86 VCar fXOm 11
January next. Thi exemption l ol snore value than is
usually accorded to it, as not cniy negroun.
provements erected thereon, but free from taxes, lbs
saving in tbe item of Uses will more than pay for the
ground and all improvement. Thi lot I also situated I a
a part of the city that ia now being rapidly nnea up wuu
fine dwellings and private residences. Term, reasonable.
Apply to
July 80.
A. Y.S. LINDtfLAY.
FOR SALE.
AVABCABLE LOT In South Naahville, eoroerof Pnm
mer and Oak streets, fronting 140 feet cn Summe t
street and 170 on Oak .treet. Will be .old as a bargain.
The Gas i. now being carried np in front of this Lot.
Auplyto A. .B. unuoni,
march20 as S8 College. treet
A NEAT RESIDENCE lit EDUEI'lLLD
TB now offered for sale at a bargain. Tbe Lot .
A fronts 63 feet on Woodland street and 170 on
MInick. The House eon tains foar cood rooms, sood.
eiitern. Ae. Tha housa ia new. built of brick and the
situation one of th beat ia Edgefield. Will be so d low.
Apply to A. V. 8. LINDbLKY.
unclS. M College street.
THE CHEAPEST PBOTEHTY.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
I Am now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Pproperty, on College Hill, immediately opposite the
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. Troost. The
lot fronts sixty feel on Market Street, with the same front ea
College. The House is large and commodious, and tbe
whole, at the price I offer it ia a .real Bargain.
Claibornea' Omnibus bas practically moved College II 111
right Into the Public Square, and any one wanting real.
dence convenient to business would do well to look at this
propety. Call on A.V.8. LLSDSLKY.
Apr.SO.'ai an.
FOIl SALE.
A LOT In Sonth Naahville oa College street, beyond tbe
Medical College, fronting 60 feet, being the Lot oa
which Rives Carpenter Shop formerly stood. For sal
ebeap. Apply to A. V. 8. LINDSLKY.
marchad 88 College street.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOB SALE.
I AM now offering for tale, on reasonable terms, the
House and Lot at tbe corner of Broad and High sis.,
formerly owned by the late Martin New. Apply to
A.V. f. UND?LET,
Jaly8. 8 College street.
FOB SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
I AM offering for sale a most desirable residence on Sass.
mer street, in the 7th Ward. The Lot fronts 86 feet by
170. Tbe House is new and neat, contains 6 rooms, kitchen,
servants' room, smoke bouse, dairy and stable. The aaa
ha Just been carried in front of thia Lot. 1 know It to bo
a bargain. Apply to A. V. 8. LIN DLKY,
juue;4i). 88 College street.
Southern JLottcry.
HAVANA PLAN LOT TEllY!
Favorite Odd and Etch Scheme.
MOKE THAN 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS.
30,000 TICKETS! 16,187 PHIZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
Tickets 4 Halve) 2f Quarter 1.
Let those buy now who never bought before.
And those who always bought now buy th more.
PBIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
To be drawn every Saturday in Septem
ber and October, 1857.
Brilliant and Unprecedented Scheme.
1 Prise of U,W
1 do of 0,10
1 do of ,oJ
. 8 Priae of 100 are 8,000
do of 600 are 8,(H)0
IS do of. SOOare 6,000
60 do of 100 are 6,000
100 do of. 60 are 6,004)
1300 do of 8.110 are AA.008
15,187 Prizes, amountiug to $83,000.
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par. Checks ea
New York remitted for pnaes. Address order for Tickets
or Certificate, of Package of Ticke to
ANDERSON A SON, Manager. Macon, Ga.
Eff OHer for Ticket addreasnd to T. B. ANDLKSON,
Box Ne. Ss3, Naabville, Tenn., will be promptly attended
to. ANDERSON A BON, Manager.
a.r 1nt4 Maooo. Ga.
Sundries.
2JHEET Bras, Block., Nuts, Wa ken , Axle. Gam Pack
j log, Leather Belting, on band and JortaJ by
mi.uA D.D. DICKEY.
HE&171E1 PAlfflltniT.
1X7 will sell a first rale NEORO MAN, payable fa tbe
V V funds of the Exchange tank ef Mertreeabore. Also,
three fine PIANOS for any of tbe Free bank b oney.
ocil. BOV D A CO.
McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOON,
OP thoee tiy celebrated Planes, ef Bteiaway A Boa,
A. H. taaie A Co., and Boee-beier A Smith, of hear
York, lo which tbe attention of purchasers is Invited.
AIM, the largeel aortmnl of Sheet Music, MurW
Booka, Violins, Aeeerdeons, Flute, Clareonetts, Flageo
lai u. Drama, and Barjo, all of which will be Mid at lb
lowest rate. If yoej wish a bargain and the la Masical
Instrument, call al (.the oAi Music al Store,) No 8S, I eloa
aueet. jamas a. moclcrk.
N. B. 1 have every site and pattern of Metodcens, man
factored by Carhart, Needham A Co New York , which I
.ell at their retail price a. Also, a large assortment of
Feather Duster. J. A. M-
SeptlS.
DOAIII1INO.
TWELYE er foortera gentle eaa be pleasantly
roomed and boarded al I tiay street, near lb Capi
tol, ocllu U.) JAS. F. AkRLT.
NEW MUSIC STORE.
rTti
C. D. BENSON & 33110.,
waoLsauLs ass asvau, Mauits u aullubs or
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes,
FROM tbe ecWbraied eaanakactory of Grow A Christo.
I her, N. Y., and the bea4 Meiudeoo now aard io lb
Waited Slates, aoaneiacturtd by George Prince A Co.
iUtsiKW ef tbe pediue la eaviicd to or large eataioime af
lb Lfttval pobueoUoBe of Miuie, Nusie aVuos and lustra,
tor. of .11 kinds. Also, ear fine Block ef Gaiisvr., Vioiina,
Vkuliocsilus, and kact.Mn.ra. la taeitSVcryUimg ia tba
Musical ltwUttuienl unecaa be Ku&d ai
BENSON'S.
Wa rrepeet rally iavtte aaeall oociatry Aaakrs, Taachers
aad N.-hola, lo give aa a ca.ll blre purchauiuig elsewhere.
P. S. AU kinds ef Muascal Inauoaicaia reaucd at Ne.
10 L'ciioa at mi, Arst Iwr from Cutge.
SepU-
IIOlE ASDLOT lOU SALE.
TE are offering for sale, privately, a two story
FV brieA beoee, aitaaated oat Cberry elreet, Souib L
Naabville. Tbe boaao eootalas sis rooms ta lhJL ..a.
sei!a bending, beaiAse kiui.a, servaats r.tem, eairge
bwtae, stable, Ae avtita good eider. Toe let h-oats !4a.t.
S4 raw back 144 tae t aw aa aUey. WewuUglvea bargaoa
ia Uua prprty tf apjilicauoa te aaad sawa. ltiauuua
iaIAriVif penltal theeliy. For prt;-eiar. aaqutre
ef A, V. dUfioti, Agnt
aaill. .t. Cberry street.
W. bev. also, tec itU It Noa. IT, IS. 1.
Uncoil.'. piasTof lotN apoa wab la a fr.aia
botia. 1 bso loU via be eojJ te .ail p'!r'
changed K.r eeainlry propariv. er v4 als, Wlatr J
watiuo. We wui gi a Wr.-a- . ,
A Lao, Le he. S, ta ti-wioo a. Est rrvy
hA i. a ket treat wo F.a.n- ".tdir ataf
a.al-y. li -ea. Tl "vTa.IK
fco.aZ.CUerry aweaA.
. . -
"... -v E. T I" Oil SALE.
TJbt.i tiit.l Kwdvwr abev.Saia-
aies-, it uelato I rooan la in luam
r wub AitaAea, baito-ce, taaA-bMM, Ae. a
ttTtiVe'a aargaia ta IA ae trety, awl ar tarsma
'Jwasj. m.i.U&.ftoot.
Cberry aU
LAlVUL-tCKUtUO HASU.
evvjt wkJ a T arts, Sbt log At.4 UsaaiMtrrs tvt beak
If f Lawr;b4 atauvj at ear ri j'ir tinepnc 14.
t'. W. a. C J o.vJI A CO
taytk P,u.Et.

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