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Thursday Morningr, October 29, 1857.
Official Journal for Publishing the
Post Office J,etter List.
Tbe notes of the following Banks are good and
bankable in this city :
Bank of Tennessee,
Bank of Paris,
Bank of Commerce,
Bank t the Union,
Bout ern Bank,
New Or cans Banks,
i "Exchange Bank, .
Northern nans 01 icon.,
Bank of America,
Kaukof M:d.lle Tennessee,
Bank of Chattanooga,
Bank of Memphis.
In the Senate yesterday, the proposition to psy
po-tig- of inertibera on document-, sent to their
Ciw(itiint, to the amount of flO was r jct. d.
A Ji-'CU-'Hioii en0''d upon a res'uiio!i authorizing
member to subscribe far five copies of the legisla
tive Union at.d American, after which the resolu
tion, atd ao amendment off- red, was lail on th
table. The r. solution of the House directing the
Cotuu.itfee on Uanka to take into consideration the
r-Ci'ht Bnk sufpnuions and report what action
should be liken by the Lgiltture was adopted.
It U to b- hoped ih it the committee will act
proti'prlj, a the su p nse in which the pu' lic i
Lel l operat-s injuriously upon ti e interests of all.
In th Ilouee, amount ti e new bill irrr.xluced
wi one b Mr Bul'ock, to tibolnh the present
C'un' ery Courts audio -xta'di h District Ch incery
G irts. Thin b il n ordered to be printed for the
iuf rm'ion of members.
The Report. of the Comptrfillr and Treasurer
were hid before both Uou-ea, and ordered to be
!3T M-'jor Mrfulloch, U. S. M .rhal, has re
turned to G -tires ton, from hi Northern and Wes
tern t ur. 1 he I'iTiiian ajn he denies the sof: im
peachment of bein afflicted with the Nicaragua
ITvatt Frot. The heavi.-Hl fro-t of the season
fell Weiinetidv nibt. It was the firet killing (rost
we luvo had here.
TriEATRi. The eiitertiinmetits at the theatre
to-niulit are for the benefit of fr. Couldock. This
peiitlefnan w regarded by competent critirg as a
trie'lian of preat merit, and wherever he hai per
form' d. he I. as made a profound impr -CHion upon
the niinda ,of the capable and appreciative. The
uio-t iiitfrewtinp critirium we have ever Been in the
Dewsp ipers, was writt. n by the I.ite Mr. Brennan
for the N-w Urleans Delia, upon his impersonator!
of Afuc'fth. auil we are constrained to think that
the acting which drew forth such a tribute, must
have b 'en of extraordinary exf Hence. We men
tion thi-i, with a view to attract the attention of
lovers of the drama, who are not regular attend
ants of the theatre, and to induce them not to
forego the p! a-ure. of seeing and hearing Mr. C.
To-niijlt ulays John Jlidrnay, one of his best
character?; its rem -lubrance will constitute a de
lightful chnpt'-r in the minds of all who may be
present. Besides, as it is the b nr fit tii.ht of a
gentlemaD of privat us well prof ssioiial worth,
there should be a gen- rl attendance.
f5f The assertion of the Anpinwall eorrespon
deni of the New Orleans Picayune that f. rty of
the passengers cf the Central Ameri a were de
tained at quarantine in U.ivnua, appears to have
been made upon the mere hearsay report of third
parties, and is doubtless entirely incorrect.
Excelsior Corn .Tlill.
We take pleasure in calling the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of this mill, to be
found in our paper of to-day. We t ke the follow
ini; notice of it from the Louisville Dernocr.it, w hile
it was on exhibition at the recent National Fair.
We learn alao that it took the premium at the Ohio
and Indiani State Fairs, the present year:
"We had occasion diff rei t times ''urinj? the ex
bioition (o r fer to the above machine. The man
ner it performs work is r-allv asionishinir. The
draiiL'1 1 is liht, and it is not as suhj -ct to breaking
as others for ih same purpose. The arrangement
of the con"t is tuch that the grinding is done even
Iv, the crain striking all p.rt-' at tbe s.ine, time.
It can be ma 'e to grind fine or coarse at pleasure.
It does not choke in damp train, nor U it apt to
br -nk by the accidental dropping in of a stone or
any hard substance. One pem!i,r merit il poetes
ses i-i, that when the grin ins surfaces we r out,
they can be replaced at a tiiflin t xpein-e by those
least skilled in mechanics.
There have been sold within the past year over
six tbo tsand of theso valuable ni ichines which
have been ued and pronounced perfect tiv farmers
who are the best judges of so. h thin-, pe.k un
qualifiedly in th ir favor. I hey r to farmers in
valuable, and it has been decided fro'li actual trial
that grain thus ground b. fore feeding, is a saving of
at lenst forty percent. These mills cod when put
in running ord.r read tous.-.onlv 50 ard tin ir con
struction is ho hi in I e tbey can be ua.ii bj any fanner
and a midline which combines such vain ible ad
Tant ig"S aa the one in question, should he placed
on lh firm of ev rv firmer in the count v. It, as
remarked before, is durable, and can be used many
years ithout eipcn-e. The principle on which it
is co' struct' d, is consisunt with reason, and t tie
succes hich has attended its use, is, of it-elf al
one, sufficient to induce any farmer to have it. As
we antici ated, oil y i HI rday Uie firnt premium was
awarded il at the exhibition just dosed This is
indeed a national triumph rendered important by
the formidable competition against it. The cele
brated "Little (iiatil " undt r the skillful superin
tendence of Mr. Hedge", the proprietor, and manag
ed to good advantage, as was alttO the "Star Mill,"
under charge of J. O Joyce h Co., and the ''Magic
Mill," managed by Col. Hi pkins, were all t'ie l on
the ground before an intelligent committee, and
witnessed by a large audience, but lue ' Eicclnior'
curried off the "palm."
F.NOLISH VlCW or CaPT. IllCRNDOh'a CohblCTOS
Boahd tub Ckmtral Ahkrica. The Livtrpool
Post has the following;
" When the heart swells with pride at the reci
tal of deeds of h roism done by our countrymen in
India, it is not lvs grateful to m-e i quully high qual
ities manifested ty our kindred men beyon tbe At
lantic. The wreck of the Central America, fatal
and painful as it a, presenta instances of compo
sure, coolness, consideration and real heroism
which diu'tdfy humanity. The eaftniuof the ilU
fated vtel caa truly a tiob'emji of nature. lid
died in tiie discharge ol a "luty whictt he might in
part have net; he ted with impuuitt; but in hnu the
Jin eat part of ancient chivalry appeared. In the
pr sence of peril the women and chihir n were bis
first care, lie prr pared to enforce this intention,
but it was uniH'i ee-ary. The passengers and crew
were as rtcolule, tletertuiued and humane as bitu
.self; they seconded him in every thing, u 1 even the
women were ready to do the woik id" men in aid
ing him. Some time ago Capt. 1L:II, we think it
was, wrote t!te uccount of two wrecks an Knt!ULi
and a French vess 1. The conduct of the Eulish-
men contrasted finely with th Kroi rtiiiien; they
were obedieut aod fearles. Capt. Ilerndou and
Lis mm behaved not les uobly, and Hi. ir cou iuct
and the conduct of the pisen-.-ers sp ak trrtiitti.
Hi in favor of the high tone of the American mind.
Their country ought to e proud of lucu.; all Chris,
teudotu will praisi theui. "
These comment are well deserved, and the con
duct of almost all who were ou board tha Central
America is au honor to the huium race, aod crp
cially to the country.
Qcici? Work. We happened la-u Friday even.
ing to be near the door 1 lb- Sittb street engino
( house, when the fire bid. struck its firt pe.l. It
" was curiou to eee the rtTect. The firemen, who
were sitting near the stove, sprang instantly to
their different poet; one applied a lightet tuati-b
to the prepared fuel rjeneaiu the boiler; another lit
the laiiij b; ottu rs got ready the elcited and impa
tient hores, who staited from their stall at the
first pent of the bell; and in pr-cisrly one n. inula
an twtntjicix m4 onds, the ng tie st..r..- i lioiu tbe
house into ilestr-ttj! 1h to tn.-e c.f. 1 d in
lets than one mainly f.otn t ie t ne of the alarm,
and darted awsy for the lire at lud gsllnp. Tiis
shows t'te admirable discipline and system ot our
fire depsrtuieul. Cin. (Jatrtte.
An intelligent correspondent of the New
Yoik Herald, one of the soldiers of the I' tab Ki
pediiiot), writes of the Nel.r.hka riven 'It is a
broad, suaifow streaui, wub not sufficirut depth of
water to float a canoe, and flows over a be i of
quicksand, through a Va'iey from three to sit n..les
wide, with only an occaaio al solitary clump of cot
ton wood troes upon ice borders ; au J in one s c
tion tb re are not probably six trees smhhi a dis
tance of two huoJrcd miles. "
&y We are authorisefl to announce Jisa M. Hnrros as
a candidate for therta of Davidson county, at tiie next
We are autlmriitert to announce Jobs K. Kdkosdsob
as a candidate for i;e: lU of Uavidaon county, at the next
We are authorized to annoance E. B Biclkt as a
candidate for fcherilT of iiaTidison county, at tbe next March
TTr We are authorised to annour.ee A. Creele, as a
candidate for Sheriff of iiavidaon county, at the next ilarch
COIS I V COCIta CLEBK.
YT We are authorized to announce Capt Jobs S. Dasb
kix as a candidate fer Co-nty Court Clerk, at the March
&ff We are authorised to announce FK-ix R. Chxat
is, as a candidate for re-election to the olbce of County
Court Clerk. Election in March next.
r" We are authorized to announce Thos. D- Btoohm
as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the next March
f'1T We are authorized to announce William L- FosTna
as a candidate for tbe office of County Court Clerk at tha
ei-suing March election.
fc We are authorized to announce Jobs Rims as a
camiidau for re-election to the olhce of County Trustee, at
the ensuing March election.
t We are authorized to annonnce T. T. giCSDSJiS as a
candidate for tbe oQice of County Trustee, at the ensuing
X3f We are authorized to announce "oseph L. Rtas as
i candidate for . onttatle, i . the aahville ilialrict.
We are authorized to announce Jbsb B. Pkkbt as a
candidate for Constable, in the Kashville District, at th
ensuing ' arch election.
We are authorized to annonnce Flitcb'B W. Hobs
as a car didate for Constable in the Kashville District, at th
ensuing March election
JOHN YORK & CO.,
Book Sellers, Book-Binders and Blank
No. 38, Union Mv, at.lville, Tenn.
FOE fALK BY
JOHN VOKK & CO,
No. :8 Union Street.
Wood's Prsctice. 8 vols., 6 0
Wilson's Anatomy, 8 00
Fines' Chemistry, 1 60
i r lcheon's Surgery, 4 25
CazeauxN Obetrics. 4 00
United Ptates Dispensatory, 8 00
Kirk's Physiology, 2 0
Gross Pathological Anatomy, 5 25
Taylor's Ju'isprudence, 8 00
Wilson's Diss-ctor, 2 00
DunpleFon's Lictionary, Poweli's Formulary,
Meis Females, ! Ferguson's u i gery,
'lymeron Fevers, ! Sharpy A Quaina Anatomy,
' Arnott'? Piivsics,
; Colombaton Fevers,
I Ludlo ' Manual,
I l.aqcocu'a tibstetrics,
! Al ei 's Disfector,
; Churchill on Children,
Cood. r's hum. Dictionary. I I'arpenter's Phyttiology,
Hooper's Mrd. Dictionaiy, ; Neil A Smith's Compound,
ell A Pokes' Practice, Nelligan's Atlai,
Watson's Practice, i Tayior on Poions,
Font's Acp. Orxaus, I Churchill's Female'.
Hal lew's Practice, ; lodiiA Howman's Pnytlol
Prise lii-sayt, ory.
Bar tell ot. Fever, To 'd on t'rinary Diseases,
Beck'-Jurisprudence, j Crurilhier's Anaiomy,
iinpnon's bsietrics, j Dewees on Children,
Fvc's Surgical Cases, De -es' Females,
Cooper's urgery, ! What to Obtirve in Med.
tli Kr' Formulary, Cases,
'I he above ledicil Books are the latest edition, and will
be solu at the publisher's prices.
OC' !i4 - tf.
Metropolitan Eating House.
will open our Veta- lishment, corner of Cedar and
VV Cherry streets, TUtjsDA Y, Tilt. 6tu UK O - VCBK.
Oct6. J. AW.MOOttK
OTRAYED from the pasture of J. A. fayne, about the
; ht of Augu. t last, a BAY HOKhl-, with a rnip nose acd
a blemish in the iclt eye, one, or both, hind leet white,
son e saUUIe-marks on his baca, f I liot, anil walks well.
Oct 6 If. WM. T. WK1UH 1
GRAND AND MAGNIFICENT
A U l T I O X SAL i:
OF NfcW, FKKrH, AD 'FA811I0N ABLE
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
J'o. 74 l'uhlic S'j'oire Xashvilie, Tenn.
T F.will on TUhIJAY, WKUNrBOAY, AND THUR8-
DY, November l"th, 11th, and 12 h, sell at Aue
tinn on aecount of owners, trustee, Marxhal of late. and
all others cniicern. il, grand and niapn ticant stock of
SI AI's.i: A NO FANCY V ftOODS, "
Rendv-mnde Clothing, Sr.ft, Fur, and Wool Hats; Shoes'
Brc.g in, and Hoots; Queensware, Hardware, and Cutlery
lt) ps o Fine Velvet Carpet, all 'ool Carpet, one-hair
Wool 'arpetmg, Ac :
Pr.nt of ail kind's and qualities;
b'e che.l Dumestie of a I kitnU;
hroan and llleached Cotton Jeans',
Plaid I imcyj of all kinds.
Uuperflne. All-Wool Cassimeres, Bide-strlpe' do, Berk
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans and Casinetta, all qualities and
Super French Casilmeres;
Canton Flannel-, brown and bleached;
American and tngli-h Merinoes;
Fu'lish and Aniericn l)eljiin; Robe of all kinds;
All wool DeLulnex; All wool F ench Merinoes,
T'tlhd Persians and Herages, Coburg , sc.;
h K, yellow, and red Flannel, assorted;
Mohair and il Wor Alpaccas;
lilacs Silk, all wid'h-; Table Cloths;
lowels; Diaper ; Rnttons; Threads; Wool and Cottoa
Hosiery ; Gauntlet; U.oyes; Suspenders, Tritnmiog), Ac
II ITU JAt KW TS.
White Jaeonetts; Cross Ilarred Vu-lin;
Nan 00k Muihns; 8iss Muslin-.;
Jivconnett and Swiss Fdgings and Inserting; Caps, Col
lars, tleeves, t heiuisetts.CulIi, Ac
UIHIIOIV I ICTAI-M 11 SI. INS.
Superfine Moire Au'iiiie, Velvet, Choc ed, Cloth and
Merino Cloaks aud Mantle-, Ac.
ltOOIS ano shoi:n.
Boy and Youths's Koots;
l.aille" mid Misses Kid, Morocco, and Kip Boots;
Calf and Kip Hoots;
I'nboundand Land B Brogans;
M d Hoots;
Negro Brogan-, Carpet ?acks, Ao.
iti:Aii-n ir. ci.oTiiiN;.
Fine Cloth Dress and Frock Coats;
Fine Beaver Oyer coats;
Tweed, Caasimere and Cloth Business Coats;
Hlac and Fancv Casslmere, 1'aa.tuet and Jeans Pants;
Silk, Satin and Urrman Vesta;
A large stock of Blanket and Pi ot Cloth Oyer-coatsi Fine
Marseilles an Chlnts rttiirt-; Fine l.inen llosom and Cotton
tlhirta; Wool ntt Shirts and P. aJarkrU; Negro Kerseys,
of all kinds; superfine bed Blankets, common and good
Negro HlaueU,4 4, and 18 Osnaburgs aud Domestics.
1IAIIOM AltU ANO ill i:i.NSVAltU.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, assorted;
l(Kl pieces or Extra Superfine Velvet Carpetins; All wool
Carpeting, lint ha.f wool do; Hearth Kng", Ae
we Hi sell the CarpeW TL'FSDY M KXINQ, com
mtnring at V o'clock, precl-ely, the first day of sale.
All of the Goods are no In store rea ly for examination.
City and country merchant who pay cash and pay their
not t'l.L'M the day they are due, are requested to at
tend this sale, and NUN K OT'IKUS. This Is an eitra
rhaors for you urr, as we intend to put the goods through
"kighung;" they must go, that's all.
TRAHUK k LL'Ct'8,
TaaMs All sums under $100, nett cash; all sums over
fl im and under to ', sisty days; all sums over ('Jutland
under ISO , ninety uays; all suma over $ )oO, fo ir months
time will be given lor salisfactuy uolcf, payabla at tha
Bank of Tennessee, at Nashville.
I'SABCK A LCClTa,
Oct T !d No. 14, Public Bquare, Nashrll'a.
Gentlemen Take Notice.
f fU AT we now off. roff-r sale a', our store,
1 NO. 15 4 i: DA It K I It l.i;T
the largest and be.t select eu assortment of:
DlttS", i'AM'S, lll.ANKUT!,
l'KolHtaud Vi;vis ;UtVI.S
OVtH-t O t I S MI AU LK, Ml I UTS,
Collars, li.odkrrchief , Half-Hose, A., to he found ia the
citv - and that all our goods are always of the very best
soaks, quality aud suateriala.
CLIFTON A ABBOTT,
OctS. !." Cedar street.
R0YSE & ELVERS ON, .
kj:a i) 'M a ni: clotuixg
Gentlemen's Furnishing r oods,
VRK now receiving and oiKDiug at their Store, No 8 ,
Soath side eablie Bviusre. a very Urge and entirety
Dew st ock of Fall and H oiler Clolhloe, Surniabics toade,
and s;o.Kt sloes French I kiths, Castnueres an ' Vrsungs,
whteb e will mass up to ordar and warrant la uil vr
Sloat of ear stuck of ke.Jy mails Ctjthliii ws aa
safety ree,ruBiend K aa bemg (ret from tbe OMtaJ otsjecttoas
of Sast.ro made Ctotluug. Uur floes coasts s In part of
the fo losing arU. Ir;
Frsncli Clo.bs A I iu.r.a, Morlno I'adershirtS k Drawr,
Vetvet, Flush Vesting wad 11 Wuot L'nd.f shirui
Vu, tta e tiro, t'aevoa Fisnnel
Blaca aud Fan 'Greuidloes; Draws and emit;
over Coals; olfti t ittos CeaxforU;
M.'k' twsfci Raslands; Ml. I ud.rshlrt..-
SU.yal altAi.d Ctrvlar-
Col a ebirtsaat Collars;
I laiiau t rst.u aod Scarfs;
Juo.' pa 1 anted Boo!der
lmi. aod Marswiiew PhirU;
Srenvh sud Alls litt ilver;
frck haess aud 1altt.es,
Drsss an - Frocs I oaia;
tportsiuen's t oats;
A large Block of I aula;
Duri' rit.lt t-slS J4 IfU.Utes tit
'i!:e so Uitsur Cu, Wrys;
rteea IVft, uur.s aaa sua- Blurt
fo irrs, J tleww aad L asbrwilas;
Me leet that wl:h ar long eapertxuce and laciuues ws
ta)oy, we hae swo&eedt4 ia SMiagmg a imrttriil of
goods, which tuiKH Ull te phrM as regards sty its and
prieca. We tbVile Ike silsuiks ol aou.um.rs, aad will
es-gase t give saUifaeiKs to ad ho aaay laser us wits aa
tisxiuii'e si sur mm, aoiet A ILttimlM,
hashvtlle, Kept IS. Sj.I South siOs Fahiic Vttare,
Ur K atil pr th. fci(hi inarkei priee to cash fur f risbS
rwt as ailtiSt lor tinausuate dcLvery.
M-iSl3. Juti?itu, AAV lit t CO.
Nervousness, or VI easiness of aur kind.
If atij of oar readers are troubled with Nervousness or
Weakness of any kind, they ihoald procure a bottle of
BCEftHAVE3 HOLLA 'D BIT I EES. We have tried it,
and can recommend it confidently, as a medicine giving
almost instantaneous reu-f. Jjaily Enterprise.
Ilollowstr's l'illk. Professional prejudice dies
hard, but the cures of dyspepsia, bilioas disorders, and
dysentery, wrought by this unapproachable remedy, are
breaking it down everywhere. The liberal minded mem
bers of the faculty a Imit tbe value of the medicine. Well
they may, for it shames the old treatment by its counties
Sold at the manufactory. No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York,
and by all druggists, at 25c., 62Xc, and tl per box. 45
Rhscm stlhh N ixsilXHA The agonies of Rheumatism
and Neuralgia are among the most acute with which the
human frame is ever affliced, and have heretofore been
found the most difficult to remove. Happily a remedy is
now discovered by which the most obstinate eases can be
immediately cured. Ihis sovereign remedy is Baaoxi'B
Abctio Iisihsbt, for tale by Druggists generally. It is
only necessary for the sufferer to try ft, to be assured of
its emcacy. octllm.
AN IMP0ETAKT ITEM TO THE SUBVTVOES OP
THE LATE "WAR WITH klXICO.
LascabtksC H., 8. C, May 12, 1S56
" Da. C. M. Jaoxox. bear Sir: After my return from
Mexieo, I wassenou-ly afflicted with that terrible disease
which has carried to the grave so many o my ftllow
so idlers. Chronic Diarrhoea, accompanied with Neuralgia,
brought on by the climate of Mexico, and the mode of
living, while engaged in the war. Tbe relief I have ob
tained from the Use of Hoofland's German Bitters is as
toni-htng, and I most cheertuily have, and still continue
to recommend the Bittera to all who are similarly aoect
ed,behev eg that the benefit that will result froji their
use will be incalculab e.
Very respectfully yours,
K ii BILLING1,
Late Lieut of Company C
Palmetto Keg't 8. C. Volunteers.
Be sure and at-k for iJoofland'e Oertnan Litter t, andsee
that the signature of C. M. Jackton, is on the wrapper of
For sale by droggista and storekeepers in every town
and village in the I nited iatts, West Indies and Cana
da. Price 75 cents per bolt e. rincipai Gfiice, 418 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa, ootl-lm.
WANTED Immediately, 10,-
000 men to engage in the sale of the most
popular selling Books in Amcr ca. Invalids, mechanic,
farmers and teachers, nl. hing to travel, will find this a
very profitable and pleasant busine-s, enabling them to
-ee the country, and make mcniy at the tame 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. RUL1SON, Queen City Publishing House, 141 Mala
street, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living East, D RULISON,
Fsvia aud Auox. Foremost among the various remedies
for this disease stands Dr. Sballenberger's Antidote A
few doses will ccie any ordinary case, and one doe inva
riably stops the chills. It contains nothing in the least
degree hurtful to the nyetem under any circunmtancea,
and never produces the unpleasant e fleets 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 fttr Malariii.
A-k fov Dr. chailenbtrger's Fever and Ague Antidote,
nd be sure von get jdllt. Sold by respectable Druggists
everywhere Price fl 50. Bole Proprietors. A. T. Sbal
LsaBxaoaa k Co., Rochester, Pa. aug4-8mdtriw.
The Flux Annituliated.
Every Bummer 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 ease for 75
cents, hy the use of TUCKEE'S CH0LEEA 8YBUP,
which has been tested by the best physicians in the South
and West, and by them pronounced the most effectua
remedy now in u-e. It has performed more astonishing
cores 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 ia e by KE&NAN a RAINS and T. WELLS, Drug
gisj. apr24 6m
105 MEDICAL PEEPRATI0NS
FOR THE CURE OF
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE!
The under lined, havins- been appointed sole Agent for
Nasbville, for the sale of tl e Medical Preparations recom
mended in ''Dr. Freeze'. Con binec Sjsteni of Practice.for
Physicians and Families, would respectfully offer them to
such of our citizens as need a restorative to health.
These preparation), are con pounded from the recipes of
the n out celebrated Physicians und Surgeons of Europe
and America, snd will cure every knovn disease, that is at
all within the reach of reu.edies. These Preparations have
been tested for years by Profetsor Freese, and other cele
brates Physicians of our country, in their daily practice,
and have bem found Invariably effectual.
For further particulars, see Dr. Freese's Combined Sys
tem of Practice, together with Cards, Posters, Ao.
Both the Book, Medicine Chests, and Medicines may be
had of the undersigned, at his Drug Siore, in Nashville.
JOHN J. BEECH,
No. 20 Sewanee building. College at.,
nnelfi Dm. Nashville, Tenn.
JDST received another lot of BHIRT8, warranted of
superior quality, aad at prices to suit the times.
octlS. J H MccilLL.
I7RE8U stock of Furnishing and Fancy Goods. I will
1 take the Exchange bank o Murfreesboro for goods,
oct. 18. J H. Mct.ILL,
It V HON AN1 STANUINCi COI.L.AKS. 1
ASL'PKKH awrtmentof Collars. Every style received
and for sale by
oct 1 8. J H. MeOILL.
i; vi into i i: it i:i mi i iits. "
JTJ8T received a small invoice of handsomely Embroid
ered rhn l. made to our own or. er, suitable for party
and wedding occasions.
oct!8. J H McGILL
III CKSH.IN MIIItTS.
A FEW best quality of Buckskin faliirts, received and
for sale by
ortl. J. H MrOII.L.
F-VKRY variety ol seasonable UNOkRWEAR, all at
oct 18- J. H. McOIl.T.
sro' KS tii:s S.NU CICAVATS.
V FIRST rate assortment of Scarfs, Stoess, Ties and
Cravats, every stle and color, with an endless va
riety of handsome good:, received and for sale upon rea
sonable terms by
J. H. McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.
Oct, 18. corner of Square and College street.
Royal Havana Lottery.
T HE next ordinary drawing or the Royal Havana
L Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Governmeo t, un
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Havana. on
Wednesday, A'ovenilicr -itli, 1857.
Sortro Ntimero -iHil Ordinarlo.
Capital l r lyc 100,000 lol.
4 Prises of 12,00
5 " I,ito0
Bi " 6tJ
1 " 4O0
SO Approximations.... ,SOt)
4 Appraximationsothe StK,00, of S6O0 each: 4 of"0te
S0,iiO; 4 of 4J to HO.'KKt; 4 of 4f0 to '0,0H; 4 of 400 to t5,0
Wliule Ticket $0 ; Halves 61U;
Prises cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on th Nashville city banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon aatbs result become
(W Communications addressed to DON RODR1GCEZ,
fear of City Post, Charleston, (to. Ca-,) until the 4th ol
November, 1V.7, will be attended to Oet. 17 td
MANCFACTCRXR AND DEALER IN
UTS, CAPS AXD L1D1ES1 FlILS,
IVo. l'ublic Sojuure
N AMI VILLK, TENN.
LA LIES DRESS FURS.
U7t SHALL Ofr.N OCR FL'R ROOM THCtSDAT.
OCTOBKR, l-T.and be prepared to exhibit a larger,
aad choicw st-ck uf Ldie aad Ml-ea Fancy Drama Fo ra,
lhaa have ever tx fore oterod, saeintctag Isswss,
HudsoD Hay aad Canada tal.ie. Stone Matrn, l'lwti, M
srm a thjulrret. Lynx, aud all th lower grade of Fare,
nade n la the lat striws. rem very haad ou ttob
and FCKIi' MUFF, fur carnss.s.
A. J. nANCl-CO, Furrier,
sepli. a , F-atitap4aara.
CI ENTLIMVN wh are tsbl lju.t M wear aTASTT HAT
M are ia tiled to call aw4 aaasvtae this SeaaUful sty, a
ike Ha aaJ Far A-r.rla t f TnMClC
Tlu8 French Felt Ilati.
4 FRESU ui i 'J Jastreceivsd at th Fmportis
2 f lib ic ur.
BY THE NATIONAJL, LINK.
Reports Furnished by the Associated Press.
Cmcikmati Oct. 28 Monet q'lief; Floor 4.00 a
4.25 (or Jair, choice extrs; Wbiskey 14 a 15.
Washington, Oct. 2S. The banks receive as
curr. ocy N w Yoik, PhiladtJpbis, Baltioiore, and
city ban it lilU.
The ship frincs Ge-orge, from Mobile, was aban-'
doned at sea oa tbe 4 Lb. Her crew arrived at
Nsw Yore, Oct. 28. Money dull; specie dull of
Foreiobt. The London Tiroes correspondent
says that tbe British Government has decided to
sppoint a special minister, probably Sir William
Owsley, to m gotiate- for tbe Settlement ol Central
Baltimore, Oct. 29. Ths Governor has issoed
proclamation, placing the city under martial law,
and ordering out two divisions ol 7000 men to pre
serve tbe peace at the election on Wednesday
Charleston, Oct 29. Tbe stesmer Isabel ar
rived with Havana dates ot the 25tb. No news.
Crops are favorable.
Albaht, N. Y., Oct. 29. A great freshet pre
vails, preventing sll navigation. The water is now
falling. Tbe freshet is geueral; several vessels
foundered on Lake Ontario. At Utica the Mohawk
overflowed its banks, deluging tbe country. The
valley near the junctiou of tbe Mobawk and Hudson
rivers is one t-heet of water. Tbe Kennebeck river,
in Maine, has risen eight feet, and the Merrimac,
t Lowell, Maes., six feet. The fr. shet causes
great destruction to bridges and property.
Nxw Orleans, Oct. 29. Cottnn sales SOTO
bales; prices nt. changed. Sugar etiffer, fsir 4 J a 6;
Prime 6 a 6. Molasses 21. Flour 5.25. .
Money unchanged. Nothing done in exchange.
Nw York, Oct. 29. Flour 4,65 a 4.75 for State.
Wueat and 0 rn firm. Prime Pork 16.00 a 16.50.
Cuicago Beet 13.
Baltimore, Oct. 29. The Mayor objects to the
military preparations made by Governor Ligoo for
pre' rving orJei at the coming election, and de-
lines Gubernatorial interference with bia municipal
p wers and duties.
Cincinnati, Oct. 29. Flour S 90a4 00. Whisky
15c. Barley declined 10c. Wheat aod oats un
changed. Rye 60. Money unchanged. Exchange
on New York scarce, at 66 per cent, premium.
Gold 5 to 6 premium.
Louisville, Oct. 29. River falling; with three
feet water on the falls, and five teet cine inches ia
FltESH ARRIVALS ! !
T. & W. EAKIN &C0.,
NO. 48 PUBLIC SQUARE,
We call attention to this STOCK, as we will sell them
very low for Cash, or to prompt Dealers.
T. A: V. EAKIN A CO.
Nashtilj-s, Oct. So", i5T.
fTHIS New Hotel is now open for the reception of
I Hoarders, Being situate i in a central locality to
all thediflerent Kailro' ds convenient to the Medical,
college, the post o trice and the river, renders t the i, ost
denrable place in th city for travelers and day boarders.
Members of the Legislature, Stuie its and the traveling
public nernllv are earne tly requested to viit this house.
N o pains will be spared to render all who come comfortable
and contented. WM. P. BRANCH.
Tennessee Plow Factory.
X E have on hand and will keep for sate, all the varie
Vv ties of Plows manufactured at this Establishment.
Merchants and planters purchasing in quantity will bs
furnished at factory prices.
HILLMAN BROTH FRa.
Oetl8 tjanl. '53. Agents.
DIARIES FOR 1858.
AU slsed Diaries for 1858. Also, Cumberland Almanacs
for 1858, for sale by
oet26. B 0 C1IAS. W. 8MITS.
BANK. OF NASIIV1L.EE.
WE have a complete stock of Groceries, consisting In
Salt, WliiaUy. Nalln, Candles.
Tea, Cigars, Tobacco, Brandies, 4c, which, with Bale,
Hope, BapRing, and bales of Augusta Drills, all of which
we will sell at reasonable rates for Bank of Nashville Notes,
or for certified checks of deposit.
We have also some desirable city and FdgeOeld property
which we will dispose of on favorable terms in the same
way. Apply to
OctS. FlflHER, WHEI.ES3 CO.
fP HE creditor of O. W. Sumner will learn something to
1. to their interest by calling at my office No. to Cherry
street. I l ose indebted to the sa ne will please call and
settle, as longer time cannot be given.
OwtlS dawtif. M. C. DCXV.
The Excelsior Corn and Cob Mill.
HAS Ju-t received the highest premium at the great
National Fair ai I ouisvillA. and ilso at the Ohio a tat
fair at Cincinnati, over tha Little Giant, star and Magio
It is adapted to crushing Corn and Cob, Rye, Oat', Ac,
for stock, and for grinding for family use, distilleries,
Ac. Its grind ng surfaces can be renewed at a cost of
three dol ars, being east separate from the other portions
of the Mill.
Furnished complete, with two pairs of grinding rings for
fifty dollars. Traveling Agents wanted to sell the above
Mills. J.C.BALDWIN A CO.,
oct7 dtwawSui. 87 College street, Nashville,
Xo 80, Front Street,
B'ne Grass eeed, Ac,
And articles of Cincinnati Produce and Vanufactur
generally, purchased snd s pplied at lowest prices.
Coosignmetitt of Cotton, 1'ig lion, leathers, Dried Fruit,
Gtosaug, Beeswax, Ac, Ae., solicited.
ITfT Quick sales aod prompt retarns.9
Terms cash. elm ucfJ tf.
I.VVY ClAVnilXG STOUEl
NE IT All III VAL OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
NASHVILLE, Tl.NNI SSEE,
HATS Just received a large and extensive Stock of
FALL AND WINTKH OOODS. We can fl II all order,
for Clothing on the shortest notice, at price that will suit
Our stock of READY-MADS. CLOTHING, la now ecom
o'ete, both for Gentlemen's and Boy's wear, and we eonfl
denlly be!ie that we can giv general satisfaction to ail
who w ill give as a call.
rVptls xra. M. fCLZBACHER. Art
TWO ROOMS OS VISE PTREET, between Cha'ch and
Broad. Inquire of A. B- ehankland. No. S&, Cherry
street. -pi ai tf
SAM Riddleberger take occasion to announce to thepoh
I ie, that, the summer teaioo over, he has given up th
enjoyment of 4 'rural felicity aad r .tut aed to town. His
House Is again opened, and he hope to se again U
smiling faees ol his old friends aod cos ton era, and to be
come arqoalnted with lots of new ones. His taMe shall
al-ays be Unerally supphed with the best oar market af
ford, and a ' It Uie mors."
. v. svABwrrr.
a. o. at'coaim.
1 I. n'coais.
BAETLETT, II'COIIB & CO.,
G EXE RAL
Commission 5i Vorwardln;
b4 w-s a; j sw m
aia sa at U et Va em sssl aj
HO- 3 LIT EE 60 COSUTXECULL ST.,
SAINT I-OUIS, MO.
L37 Liberal cah advaacw aaad sa ConsiganMnts.
araa To ;
W. H. GORION CO.. WM. t. BETAS, ESJ
July fi Nash Tills, Tenn.
Coucli aud Wason Harness,
50. Ii BZASESICS FtZTTT, 5AJ3T1XLZ,
HATIS 0 withdrawn from th Una f Howertoa k Wilkin,
son, hfca tnra'ed at tie abaye piae, where he wiil V
fiad to ai: M frlee.U as J ctitraia wastwf any thing
a t way f uiu. IUpArc &a at th i.Wiui a.
General Commiioa Mercbsats,'
N i: V' OULBslXB,
W. tf. rtAKlNaV. - MerS-4tww
Great Bargains for llie Ladies.
FAKCY EOHWETS LJTD MLXLISEEY GOODS
CHJ2AP 103. CASH-
IN order to make room for my Kali and Winter Stock of
goods I will -ell the balance of try Fancy Bonnets, Straw
Bonnets, Jipseys, Kibbons, Flowers, t-m broideries and
Fancy Goods, at oost pricks. I am now selling $15 Bon
nets for 7; $13 Bonnets for 6; S10 Bonnets for $5; 15
Bonnets lor (3. Mohair Head Dresses. Kid and Pie-Nie
Gloves, Silk Veils, and other goods at equally reduced
oiices. Now. ladies, is 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 3. MR . 8. J. LLOYD.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
K0. 80 TJXI0N STREET.
A CKOOKDIt is now receiving and opening his
rV. Spring 8tock of
Merchants and Milliners will find It 'to tteir interest to
give him a call, as his stock is far superior io any kept in
the city. A every one knows what constitutes a complete
assortment of Millinery Goods, it is useless to enumerate
artichs. It is enough for his lady customer to k now th t Mrs
Crooker selected this stork, and with a view to heinter
ests and tastes of their patrons. The public may rely upon
being honestly dealt with, aa he does Dusineas in ma own
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TII,
MISS M. HARDT. No. 84, Campbell's BloeV, Union St.,
op stain, respectfully announces to the ladies of
Nashville and vicinity, -hat she will have ready for their
inspection of her full stock of rich and elegant Millinery,
Bonnets, and Trimmings, that has been selected with treat
care and taste.
Stamping, for braiding and embroidery, neatly execu-
WE WILL OPEN ON
THURSDAY, 8TH OF OCTOBER,
New York Millinery Emporium,
32 UNION STHEET,
A MATCHLESS assortment of RIO II PARIS PATTERN
consisting of large and varied assortments of every
novelty and gem that could be procured at the Fashions
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 most fastidious. In Fashionable Goods, the stock on
examination, will be found replete with every article de
sirable in Ladies' Furs and Cloaks, as well as Millinery.
Every variety of Bonnet Materials, suitable for the season
Old Bonnets retriinmed and renovated in superior style.
MRS. J. BARTER
Vitt. Ufh.VS Litis y.3
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER EIGHTH,
AT 29, UNION STHEET.
BONNETS of Bvxar DitscsiFTioa ahd fkics, and of the
latcst sttlbs; Head-Dresses, Dress-Caps, Children's
Embroidered Hoods, Caps, Ao , Ac.
(3ff Constantly on hand a full assortment of
Ladies, call and see. oct 6 tf.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4TH, 1857,
MRS. M. D. IIOWHtTON, No. 6, Union s'reet, nea
Market, respectfully announces to tbe ladies of this
city and vicinity, that the will open for exhibition and
sale on SATURDAY NrXT, October 4th, her new st les
of FALL AND WINTER BONNETS AND MILLINERY
('.OODS. Her assortment will be found unusually rich
and elegant, comprising the most attractive, as well as
useful of the choice;.t fab les of the div. Her supply of
BONNETS and BONNET TRIMMING3 the takes especial
pleasure in con mending to the attention of buyers, aa she
Is persuaded nothing more modest or tastetul can be found
In the city. ocvi m
WISE'S GRAND EXHIBITION!!
1 n v fv fix
FALL AND WINTER
Bonnets and Millinery,
rVUursday HlU of October.
OVER 300 RICHJiWGRTED BONNETS.
WE have made unusual preparation and magic-like
display in Fancy Bonnet", Head Dresfes. Ac., this
Fall, and hope to be crowded th our Lady friends and
strangers to make their selections. . Having been engaged
for over xO years in this changeable World. Of fashions
we must please the mo t fastidious in goods and prices,
loti pieces of Rlbhonf , latest styles.
HH 0 of every new and rich design and style.
640 Cantons of Paris Flowers , a perfect flower garden.
60 " Rich t'stiich and Maraibo Plumes ; Birds
of ParadUe. Ac.
80 cases colored Straws, Bugal and Chenille ; latest fall
10 ' colored Leghorn Flatts, Gipseys, and Ct.il Jren
259 boxes Rnssias and Thule Caps.
1K) dos. Hoop Skirts, a I the latest styles, for Fall.
2d u Cloth 1 almas and Cloaks, latest styles, at unpre
cedented low prices.
CO u Rich Black Bug Collars, and Trimming Lace.
Likewise a fine stock of Needlework, Goods in I'eta, Ac,
consisting of Jaconet, Maltese, Muslin, Honington, Ac , in
Collars, hleeve. Worked Band, Lmbroidered Handker
chiefs, Lace Veils, Ac, Ladies Paris C ftiuie Caps, Mohair
Uead Dresses and rich imported head Dresses in the great,
est splendor. Likewise rich ornamented g"ods, Combs of
every new style, the Bonnet Comb to keep Bonnets In th
right place; the new sty.e Elastic Role fur the head, fine
and medium Cabbas and many Fancy Goods, too numerous
to mention. A fine stock of woolen goods of Talmas, Chil
dren's Coats, Legln, Hose.Mitts.rc&rfs. and the latestrtyle
of Rigoletts for parlies. It I Impossible to give you a hid
description of our Fall Stock, it will require your personal
attention te examine. Having 13 year experience In
Nashville, I natter myself that 1 can now plea-.e the most
fastidious, not only in goods but in prices.
Tbe great and unprecedented patronage we receive from
one season to the other, we flatter ourselves, as fully estab
lished our Establishment for Rich Millinery Goods. No
deception as regaro Fashions. We have our Agent at
Paris and London to keep ns posted, and bring out th
styles as soon aa exhibited at Europe.
K. WIPE, Agent,
Parisian Millinery Bazaar,
oetS. No. 46 Union fl. next door to Plate Bank.
tW Country Mei chants aod Milliners supplied with a
mail bill of goods at fully as low prices as i urchaaing
East. Bonnets renovated in superior sty. and reasonable
New Millinery Goods !
Git EAT ATTRACTION ! !
MRS. E. L0CKHAET, Agent,
No. 1 4, Cherry Street,
l&tieeen Union awl Church,
WOULD respectfully Inform tha Ladies of Nashville
and vicinity that ah intend to o pen on th 1st of
October, th most handsome stock of
ver exhibited In this city. Her stock was selected In
New York In person, where she remained a sufficient
length of time to make herself acquainted with the latest
and most approved stiles. Be Hev ing that her goods will
suit all taste she tntites an examination before purchas
ing sis where, sept'it lai.
jOl. rrlva lis X
McCLUKE'S MUSIC SALOON,
OF thos fuMly ceJefiratfl Pianos, of Pteiowsy k ton,
A. II. -ai. A Co., and Poebbelcr k couth, of New
York, to which the attention of purchasers is invited.
Also, th largest assortment of hheet Masts, Mnsie
Book, Ysaiins, Acewrecens, Flutes, C'lareooel s, Flageo
lets, Drums, end bat j j., all of which will be sold at th
lowest rates. If you wish a frovi aad lie Umt Musical
Instrument, call at i.lh tfel Musical Biore.) No K4, t nlon
street. JaMLe A. UoCLCRE.
N. B. 1 have very six aod pattern of MeloUeona, man
nfacturcd by Carhart, Needhasa k Co- New York , which 1
tell at their retail pricea. Also, a large assorlaient of
Feather Dusters, J. A. M.
nWELYE or fourteen enlleaeD can be pleasantly
L roomed and boarded at CI Gay Street, sear tbe Capi
tol, loctio tf.J JAB. r, AAXI.I,
NL.W MUSIC STOKE.
C. D. BENSON & BR0.,
VIOIJUll ASO SSTAIL t BALSAS IS AU- CISDS CS
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes,
f ' ROM th celebrated seanaavctory of Grow k Chriu
V j her, N. V., and th beet Meodeon now eed In th
United Slates, raauufiseiured b Oaorg I'r.oew A Co.
Attention cf tt public ie eaiisw to ear Unr wataJogw el
the latest pubucalioes of Mit'M, at Bate fraos and lo. ro
tor of all kinds. A lea, ewr fine swk ee Uwitwrs, toiin.
Vc4toeU,an4 Bax Wring a. In faCi,varythnf la th
slaaloallowament iixe can t fcuud at gE.sso.S'S.
W reapeetfttUy tnvh small on&trj df. Teacher
d fehofla, ia giv w a ea,J wetarw puffciig .laewiMte.
P.. AU kiiMi.cf Musscal ltrwswtniw reived at N.
tti L'aioa street, rat woo troes "6-
a. a. saiTw. . w. rrBia. so.s. aowLaa.
SMITH, GUTIIUU: 4w CO
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUDaS
ass AsawT s vss aaxa t
rmcniA a tenni:&see tohacco.
X. CSi Kaia it-, Ssivwea 84 ftxl Ti-trd,
I as' 3 ; .., .
" " rott SALE.
T0CNO aod lrry egra Woaiaa, lUiil gwow
servast. let i.! at itii. . svtij.
a. a. HOtxnrs.
S. P. CAUICK.
T. S. HOLLiXS.
R. S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE TJEALE23 IS
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
IVew Store House,
No. 4, ZVaahTllle Inn Ulock,
North. East Side Public Square,
WHERK they are now receiving the largest and most
desirable stork of Boot., chocs and Hats, they hav
ever offered to the Full Trade, to which they most respect
fully invite the attention of all Merchant buying in this
aahvilie. 80th August, iSCT. Sin
Bransford, MeWhirter & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
NO. S, NASHVILLE INN BLOCK.
I 1 AVTNCJ remove to our New and Capacious Ware
II House, as indicated above, we moit respectfully rail
the attention of the Retail trade to our VLKY LAEUI
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTKB liRT GOODS,
GINTLEMkN'8 FURNISHING GOOD8,
EEADT MAt)ECLrTHING, Ac.Ac
Comprised in the assortment and to which we trost par
ticularly invite the attention of the Trade) will be lound a
full and attractive stock or
Plaui. Black and Fancy Dress Bilks,
Plain and Printed Merinos.
Plain, Colored and Printed Delaines,
Plain. Black and Fancy Mohair Lustre,
White Goods, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, Kibbons, Ac
Plain, Black, and Fancy French Cloths,
" " " Doeskins,
Fancy Plush Vesting,
Ladies Cloaks, Ae.
Beside a very large and well assorted stock of READT
MADE CLOTHING, BU1KTS, Ac. Manufactured under th
mmediate supervision of one of our brm expressly for th
Our Stock of PLANTATION tiOODS, uch as Osnaburgs,
nSIW MMUmJB, ...... vuu . . . . uvaov-, f ci j ocsrj
Georgia Plains and Twills, Negro Blankets, Country made
Jeans and Bocks, win oe ioudu very large, ana as cheap
as can be ouerea in couwiern couuiry.
Onr facilities for buslners having been very much In
creased. We shall oiler esctra tilducetiumte to those who
may favor us with a call this sea.on.
iaAaoiuau,ucnaiait.a at uv,
0. 57 COLLEGE STHEET.
171 are new receiving and opening at our New Store,
VV No. 5T Col.ege Street, a very large and entirely new
Stock of Ready-crane dovusa, euibrscing every descrip
tion of goo Is bekinging to the Clothing business, bemg
exclusively in this branch of buinesa, we think we will be
able to oHer a verv desirable tuck in this line for th Fall
and Winter Trade. Please call and examine our Stock.
Merito Under Shirts,
" " Drawers,
All Wool Under Shirts,
Linen & Cotton Ehirts,
Fronts, White ft Col'd,
Bl'd Canton Flan'. Draw-Llnen Bosom Snirts,
. tt Blk. ft Col'd CravaU and
Ero. ' Ties, great variety,
Silk Under Ehlrts and;Coid and Whit Linen
Cambria Hdkfs, sin,
Plaia ft Emb'd Self Ad
Bl'd ft Bro. Drill Draw
ers, Berlin Gloves, Kens' ft
Buck Gloves ft Kittens,
" " Lamb Lined,
ana. Rant'. Trawalinw Shawla
" " Arctio Blan-
Kens' ft Boys' Susp'der,
Bed, Blue ft Bine Uixed
Boys' ft Children's Sati
net ft Cloth Soits, all
Under ft Out Side Shirts,
iJEECH, WEBB & CO.
Na.hville, Sept. Ist.l&a; 8ui.
aTjTduncan & CO.,
Importers and Wltoleaule Dealers In
READY-31ADE CL0TULG, &c, &c,
Ware Houses IVo. 70 & 71,
OUR STOCK ALL COMPLETE!!
W have now in Store th largest and Seat Stock of
Staple and Fancy
Beady-Made Clothing &c, &c,
Ws aver Imported, and will sell them at thw very low
est price to prompt dealers. A liberal disco unt soads to
W request an examination of oar Stock, as being an
of the largest ever Imported to the Southwest.
A. J. DUA CAN &. CO.,
augS. Mo TO and Tl PabHo Square.
WAIVOS M. C'OKE, JA8PFR N. BAILEY.
Lat ef Ga neaboro'.Tenn. EAMCEL 0. GoUBUALL.
COOKE, BAILEY & CO-,
W1WLESALS DSALZRS IK
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.,
No. 60, Norila Side Public -qare-,
I hav removed to th Stor bous (next door to
Moriran A Co indicated atov. where we ar pre
pared to exhibit to th Trade a most superior stock of
HooU, fhe-s, lists. Caps, Umbrellas, Carpet-bags, and
Trunks; which w will offer to Cash and prompt Tuns
Dealer at a email advance on Manufacturers' prtoea.
Coeoprtaedtn the assortment will be found a large Un
of D. W. Batchehir' oelebraled Water-prool and Pnmw
sol Boot ;ol which goods we hav tha oontrol In thia mar
ket. Also a grod selection of Uim and Bull. to Overshoe,
and aa excellent sloe of Negro Brogans aad Ueavy Woei
Haui, suitable for Iron Factories) and plantanona.
Having secured an eligible Ircallon for our business, w
are desirous to 1 1 tend our trade wl.h reliable merchanU;
aad wilt engage to giv aliafacttoo to ail who saay favor
a with an examinalMW of our goods and priews.
augx m. booaK, BAlLKT ft CO.
FALL AND WINTER
L. B. &T. D. FITE,
N. 8 Collfg-e Street. '
T7E ar new In receipt W th oost xtenlv aad deair
V V abl stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
IS ess' befvr efered.
Merchants pwrehaalwg la this saarket wiil Sa it U thlr
iBwree tw eaasaia ia Prtacuiax
OI K STOCK, or
Ladies' Dress Goods,
I BITS GOODS, OZXZJLALLT,
lanl.Uas and Cloalis.
Ws always keep Uie
Anchor Crand lloltbg Cloth J
y ..a th auabor Iretn to U Us.
lt. L. B. A T. P. FITS.
SBOlUttl DSALZB 1st FOAIidl ASO fKJstlSTiO
EATS, L0XXE2S, LOOTS, SliOSS,
DKOGASX, UMBRELLAS, dc.
KoT3. Lowsr Xarkst EUeet,
(- .Vw tw) IA .Voi irf.)
EATI tsewtved n4 C Saia a ti-raJ aaurtsat
X vim. AHI1 IVSXTDl LOODS.
Pre'erving I red y iwci Wefue reevtsg t E. M
lw. we' ewrwer b-liuits.l iU abB.it U lower
,Ka 4 cvrttiixsan t lacsuss wi4 jatxjy.
eaiaj Sr f toeS at stowta, who wll
arv U-eir wa utteevwt f usuitit.g a vsH...ri,
It'J ejlj T r &, G- i fch4 Outabargs fcr kai
f v ef Lertaii-rg SMaev al mi nt it Kifis e
W. U. UJiiv UO
WBOLESALV DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DM, If (ROODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, EATS, . VARIETIES,
HO. 1 NASHVILLE IKS ElOCX,
NEW FALL &"lNTER GOODS.
HAVING removed to our new and eapaelous Storebon,
CORN'ia OF THE PIT5LTC PQtTARK AND KOKTH WAR-
We are new receiving, and will hT comp'eted by the 5th
Inst., by far tbe largest and Kost varied Stcek of Goods
w have ever before offered. . ,fc
It will comprise every description of DRT COfDS, boui
Foaxios and Domwtic, together with a large amount of
READY-MADE CLOT11ING. manufactured under th ttn
a ediat supervision of one of t?r firm. Also,
Boots, Shoes, Hatsfc Variety Goods.
A careful examination is solicited from all nterchanta
Visiting our market. E ARb k CO.
hashville, August 26, 1S5T tnovl.
GARDNEP, SHEPHERD &, CO-
IJfPOS TER3 A'SD JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS AND VARIETIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND STRAW GOODS,
No. 2, Nashville Inn Illork.
WE are now openiug at our NEW STORE, recently
erected on the site of the old Nashvil Inn, a very
in. ,nH K.ni,fi,l itvk of the above coed, to which ws
respectfully invite th attention of Merchaata baling ia
ugi9. GAFDNtn, tuirtll.au at vv.
IRRT MORGAN. I
H. B. PLUMaIER. f
Morgan, Plumraer, Cooke & Co.
WHOLESALE UEALERS IX
READ YMAVE CLOTHING,
No. 7 A 8 PnMlc Square, NualiTllle.
WE ar receiving our FALu STOCK, embracing:
NEW STYLE PRINTS AND GINGHAMS;
OSNABURGS, PLAIDS AND STRIPES, JEANS, Ao., Ae.
julySe m. MORGAN, PLUMMER, COOKE CO.
HAVANA PLAN JLOT fEKY!
Favorite Odd and Even Selicmp.
M0EI THAN 1 PRIZE V EVERT 2 TICKETS.
30,000 TICKETS! 15.18T PKIZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
Ticket tl; Halve 2; Quarters tl.
Let thore buy now who never bought before,
And thoce who always bought now buy th more.
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION.
To be drawn every Saturday in Septem
ber and October, 1857.
Urllllant and L'nprecedenled Scheme.
1 Prise of Slx.ooO
1 do el f,ot0
1 do of. 8.W0
iSPrisesor SltHaj are 8,tx0
do of NX) are S.tHK)
IS do of. 800 are MW
Ml do of 100 ar 5,000
100 do or to ar b.lmO
1500 do of 8.80 ar 84,004
15,187 rrizes, amounting to $88,000.
Bank Note of sound Bank taken at par. Checks on
New York remitted for prises. Address orders fur ticket
or Certificates of Packs pes of Tlckes to
ANDERSON A SON, Manager. Msron.Ga.
XW Orders for Tickets addressed toT. b. ANDI.hfON,
Box N. 33, Nashville, Tenn., will be promptly attended
to. AN UtitSON k SON, Managers,
Sept. 10 td Maoon, Ga.
SHEET Brass, Blocks, Nuts, Wat hen, Axles, Gum Pack
ing. Leather Belting, on hand and for sale by
epU3. D. D. DICK IV,
UESL'iriEU HAV MEN T.
WC will sell a first rate NEGRO MAN, payable lw tha
funds of the Exchange bank of Murfreesboro. Also,
three flu PIANOS for any of tbe Free bank ironey.
oetl. BOYD A CO.
BRAD SHAW & RUTLAND,
No. 14, Cellere Street,
HAVE fust received their FALL and WINTER STOCK
of BOOTS AND bUOES, which eonsiita in part of tha
For Ladles, ITIIsaes) and C'lilldren.
Ladies ffh Kid and Morocco Bootees, thick and thia
ole, with and without Heels.
Ladies fin black Lasting Gaiters, sHe and 'rent lac;
" " ' Congress Gaiters, with and without heelsf
" Rid Blipprra, plain and trimmed "
" u and Morocco Ruskins, thick snd thin sole;
Muses' " " Bootees
with and without Heels;
' 44 Black and Fancy Laating Gaitera;
" Calf and Goat Heeled Bootee for school:
Children' Kid and Morocco Bootee, thick and thin sole;
ankle Tie and Rosette;
Top Bootees, with Ueel;
Women's extra sue Call aud Goat Bool.a;
Servant' " Rip and Dutch Bootees;
" " " Calf and Goat, with Heels.
For Gents and Hoat.
Gent's fin Pump and Etitchrd Calf Boots;
quilttd bottom W. P. "
" doobl sol W. P. "
" " Calf stitched, Call Congress OalUrs;
s double ole P. U u - xtra:
Union Ties, sewed and pegged;
Calf Oxford Tiea, stitched "
" Cloth Congress Uatters, stitched.
Boy's fin W. P. Call Boots, sawed and pegged;
" Calf and Kip Boots;
Oxford Tiea, sew d aa4 pegged,
a ss ss Congress Gaiter;
M " Cloth and F. L. Congress Gaiter.
Xliick II rotrsxnw. Itoote.
Extra heavy Brogans for plantation use.
Mens' heavy boots;
All of which wil be sold cheap by
Uot. liRADeHAW k RUTLAND.
Trunks, Valiics and Bonnet Eoxei.
Ladies' extra stsstol Leather Trunks;
sole leather Bonnet Boxes;
Gnf " Trunks;
" llog Skin Iron Ft me;
Ashland and htcel Spring sole leather Valis;
Also, heavy Wool liate. Carpet Bags, Satefaala, Black
Bags. c. all th above articles will be eoM al th very
Umet pricmbj BliADtUAW A RUTLAND,
Mo. 14 Collree street,
OclS. (Sign of th N agre.)
SKYDER cS: FRIZZELL"
No. 21, Public Square,
ABE row in receipt cf their Fall aad Winter toc af
BOOTS and flfOE. alio which ar made aspressJ
forth retail trade, eotuus 'tog in part of
Ladies' Buttoned heel timers;
- CongraGaiUr, without hls;
l-ide and Frwot Lac Oaltar, wlthewt heels;
- Kd and Goal Boota:
" rKLs, with bei;
m s - wit boat kel;
Whit Kid andUaua PlliTr;
m - Gaiiers;
lOU 711 SSL.
Kid aad Goat Welt Boo 1st
Last In e all" of ail ktada.
t-taia ttehnol Oboe.
BoyS Cor grew OaJ'ers;
- Thick Bur.is an4 Br eg ana;
gtne Caif Bacts;
Also . a good stock of f f--ea for child re a.
THICK HllOCim ANO
e-.tn v... Broean for jJantaUo sua.
for wosacB. Also, e a "s thick Boots. t ui.i.xk
stretaes. are a very superior article, and wm b sf
csuaa a raMiiti-L.
JENT WE All.
tNTS fiae Cast fwrnp o Boot;
y ftixiiwA s)ee
a " Waler-prewf dv;
s Ctwrr Gaaera;
- " - " oWiibte sfelw;
CUlt Breaat ;
AkM, peggeA CwugreM Sailer I asd Bregaas f an J
TltLNKK, V A Lists, t.
LaJ.es' 1 tr a ! But Laitr Truaks,
s e trraia " with Trays;
GenU Ca Sot LcatAcy Tracks;
sv.L r.,ut Ban, B!ct Bsii, aa! (Utchatl.
ail of whwh sjw art4 at WW re tor ih eaA.
Wlxite Seed VJieat.
rpai der!r-B4 aa haad superior crop f
X kit & wtJett jtll b feu4 tur awed ia waaaubM
le seat I Ueje'S,
t O UKAT BACK.A wahaalaadfr al
tjii)l k$ J by Ljl D. it. I1CH.ET.
IX. Crow ., oa hand aad Lr sale Vj
ser D. D.CICSET.
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