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Friday Morning, November 13, 1857.
Official Journal forPublishing the
Post Office laetter List.
Notice to Transient Ad veriiaer4.
All transient advertisement in thin pa.er, must be paid
n-ut the time tl.e' are baiuied in other i-e tliey will no
tie inerled. Transient Job Work uiu.il be pud tor on deli
very. Nashville and ChaUaiiouKu ISailroad.fi
(HANGE OF SUIKDULK.
On and after Sunday, Not. 1 ." t h , the l a aenge Trains will
be run in accordance . ith the following Schedul-:
Leave atthv lie, 5: ti, A. M. i An ive at hat'ga 2: 0, P. M.
2: 5, 1 M. 44 u l!i:4", night.
" Chattanooga lo: , A. l i " Nashville :, P. .M.
" 9; 6, P. M. I " 44 ( : -
Nov. 18. U I. ANDERSON S ip't.
1 eiltirc by V. !. Ittlbo, Iq.
Tli. u- xi L-i'iurc f.r the tien-fii of t!- Moo-T
Vk.non Association, will tie 1. livered at th- First
Bapti-t Churcn, in c'.ty, Mond-y ev.-i.iui: next,
tli.- lf.thii.Kt., hyW N Uilbo, Fsq He l.ss sc-l.-cte.i
u su'j ei: 1 Thecittwa adef'ct of our
momtury crix'ix; embracing the conttitutlon thty
an I expedic-ry of our St-ite Bikiij lyxtem, itt
evil and their rme-tr i true com itutioiuil cur
rency tirul t it justice and leg lity cj Lank se--si
1 he si'il j-'ct f th-- pr-ipis, d Lecture, no leva than
th cu f'T which it is i liv.-rd, cotnmetidss ic
to put. lie .itieili jii. Mr. B. li .i xteiisive rcaiiiiirj,
ami l.i-t r. H'iy ci.nniaii j ot fil ls ali'l f tatis' it's, upon
. v. iy in.lj t wlii' h h louCiieS, as wt II a hi atli-r-i
l.i-niti s t tr ill ir iv.i.dVuHalion, atr-meui ii
oud -iri:utiietit, cuuib.ne in i;i v'ntl pro'iiis of u um
usually int- r-s ii.ji i simrtive ff m We t.-pp.-ak
an n9- tti'il.i of tl.e int M'. ir and ') iirwai
ci'ix-'iis of Nashville, worthy ot th-: speaker, tb..
Sut j ct and t'ie C t U--,
Xr.w Bl-inK's Hociks. We hic liad 1 q i -nt
o c .-.ion to refer to the improvements intheburiu ss
ftmcturea going up In this city during 'h.- pai
Suinni-r. Tuoxe ou the Public Sqtns' have eliett
el mu. h admintli: ; and we row reler more pit
licu!..rly to those on Uuiket tr. -t. One of th
tuo-t -upi rior in hj .penr.ince, Poli iity and I'mivt
Iiietice, in t'mt erected y Mensra Mohllld &L TRA1
ros. This firui l.a loin liccn esi..hli-hed in lh
wln.i- c-le (;roc. ry bunines-t, and are well-known
lb ti.eir energy .ctivity aixl bui-inef8 etit. rpi ioe
Th ir (il l -tiOli-h nent occuplni t' e conn r of
U irket ai d Cl.ii k -treeta Uieir new oJinoe occu-nii-a
1 -ite a siotl d'wiance aiove, Hnd extends fiom
irkt to r'ro:ii street. Thev ar ! now fixing tllem-
u.-Wea iii their new quarters, preparatorv to ciiter
n tn.r ext.-nniv. ly tiati ever in hnsiii. tn, with
,he.pe dug of tne winter tr le. With tti pre-ent
i f ot the riv. r they comtnen receiving a I li-lon-t
to their sto k, an I wiil continue in nin-lam,
vc-'pi it' supplies throu.hum t li Season. With
m;. h I .ci.itie ior ator-u'e, and their wi le b.iiti.-s
'. tioit- ud (avoi a-.le ai q iai. itnc -, they may
al Iv dety th ; "liar I lim a "
A hoi her n w an I itn.o-'ing -trnct'i , th .t just,
o.iipl.-t I hv B. I.AMKit & C., an I its c.nni. r
i ii l a j enin - hy II ART, M C 'ka K &(?.'., on M .1 ket,
.! ' low C ureh street n I bntti ext tiding the
' vli 1- iiiefmiee t.etwe. n trk t and Front -tieets.
"he lirrt named fittii, it will he rem inhered, htd
i-i compl. t-t a l.rge hncine-s hoii-e on trie same
U t, whic-i LB lal wit.t. r, K.-iug coi ei ! i -t'.le
. ,jje. Acting ptoii.ptly upon the maxim tliat
itehii e i- to be despaired of, th y went to woik
nd r t.uilt. 1 he f.et, trial throughout fie sev. re
i.i .nci il troubles whici p -rv ide ihe c juntry, none
t our Nashville Mer. h ints l ave gone own, ia one
f th - high, st evi.lei ceg ol th. ir si lveticy ad busi
.ess c ip ieiv, as well as of the i-ner..l punclu ility
! ti.. ir cii-tomers. in th purrou idin countiy. It
ti in Im like these, wtiich test the stand of a p o
.! , an! when th.se te-ts are so brav.ly an I suc-
e-slt.liv encountered, it is a source of high con
Jjf"a v A. llaitpence has taken ciiarc" of the
't.st yt.-ii in Cliurch, i i Fianklin, TetiQ , fur . few
ICw I lirikK store.
fhe Me-srs Kwi'i have removed their st k of
riik'S, Medicines, Si'., to the StO'e, wit i UlirOle
out, on the north side of tne Pu' lie Square. The
'iieinetit on College street which th.y removed
om was larye enough several years ago, hut their
ii-i.i. s incre aed eor-pi Uy hey soon found th. m
Iv s.n-iip d for room. Ihe buil linj they now
ccupv, besides being one of the most beautiful
n.l attractive in the city, i.flrda them pi entv of
p .ce to dispose of lb. ir immense stoi-k and still
ave sufliciet't elbow room lo- the conveni l:ce of
usioin. rs. The Ewin Brotht rs are amongst our
j'ost etiterpiisiug aud gagacioua bueinesa men, Hnd
v t icii energy, industty, and integtity have won
utnic coutideiice ai.d built up a lirge trade. Con
nued auccess to them in their new q uarters.
Tukatrk. The Empire Minsir. la wake up the
itives agiiti at the Theatre to-nig' t; on which i c
iion they repeal that most amusing of all bur
squea "Kichard the Thrae Times.' The other
ans ot t lie bill are attractive.
The Jknskns TkopiiRTT. A Liverpool piper
.ales that the immense estate of the Jeiitu na ftm
v has b eti formally taken possession ot by Jo-
pii Martin, heir-at-law. As portion of the
r p rty was purchased from tho Dini. la' faii ily
v Kobert Jennena, the father of William the
ch, " and, as the latter died intestate, it deS'-ends
Mr. Joseph Martin, as au heir-loom. The other
onions of the estate are strietlf entailed, and psa
Mr. Martiu under widj which have been duly
About t75,OdO of the tlOO.OOU taken by btirc
.rs in June Inst, from the Bank of Frederieton ,
ew Bruoawick, haa been recovered through xer
ous of Mr. D. V B Ormsby, of th.t titf.
It ia report d that the hitherto fashionable ln-it-s
of Hartford, Conn , have n8i led theiusclvet
ito aociety for retrenchmenL Tliey propose lo
iscrd silk ai d eatina lor a while, and, on the
linciple that "charity begins at home," will
earouly such goods aa are made in Lome n ills;
oping thus to tliiuulate eniploy iueni for needy
t? Gov. Stewart, of Missouri, haa ai.n. d the
II legalising the suspension of t.ie bat ks in t: al
Mr. de La liye, of Mauehester, England, has
.'.. ti out a pitetit for an apantus fir submerging
legraph cable. The cjbte b eoelos -a in a "o-
ble compound," which ia able to do.it it on the
ater for a tune. He says ihit five mil. a can be
ti l out before it b giua to sink, all I that when it
je dowo it will be gradual. The caidj would
ius descend into the o'eau horizouUllj instead cl
-rrjeudicularly. A con uitl e of eugioeers was to
"amine into the matter.
OptRATiOKe or tiu Mint. Th ttement of t '
.iKadelpl.ia Mint for the mouth of October, shows
e apiount of (.'old bullion deposited, to
7 046, and of silver, i6S5.olO; old uti
ed io exchange for tie w, (845; making the total
f d pokiu for the wo uh, (3,b44.4lu The ro!d
iuage duriu2 the Same time m l.bi.lS't,
early the whole of bich was in double e.pl. a.
be 'silver coiuage amounted to (8v5.3.''( bum. y
i quarter and half dollars. Th.re were Coined
uri-u the inomh, $16 600 ol nrw teni. The
tal value of c. i .age of the mouth is (3 2&3.1 30,
yveriua 5.472.t)b2 pic a, of which 2,400,000
ere in quru r ..ohars, and 1,600,000 iu ceuU.
We would pariiculaily call the attention of our
a.iera to a remedy known a McLean's blreu tu
ning Cordial and Blood Purifier. It Is cert .inly a
aluable remedy. We therefore say to all, cai; at
ie agent's, and teat for yoorselrci ita intribsic
erits. We stk our lady read, rs to try it. iSee
i a Jvtrti-eaietit iu anoiher columu. no v. 0 1 w.
' BfeAHBOAT AND EIVESWEWS.
Not. 11 Dr. R berteoii, Padnc tb.
" t.'uTiib. r!an.i, 44
Ace k ia Oolla.'e, "
12 Princess, Cincinnati.
Ella, St. Louis.
Th river was rising slowly yesterday, wnh 1
feet water on the. SnoaU.
There were a number of eteatnbouts in port last
evenin!:, and tho wharf preaeLted au aiiimated ap
peiraLCv'. For Padccah Vb Lr. ItoberUon, with ihe
attentive Sfiacklefirl in command, will leave to
day for the above p.jrl at 12 o'clock M. PuSen
g rs will fi;ii Frank oua of tas most courteous riv
er men on th. Cunitierlaud.
The Commn-ce leave for Burksi1!eand Waits
boro on t j morrow. S dnp rs and pa-eenxeM will
pi. ae make a note ol tl.in and shape th ir course
acconiioly. tine is in command of that
encd and cK ver comtiiander Cabler.
The gteanier ' umlerland was yesterday receivin e
frei-htft,r New Oilcans. We uoliced a "atnall
prinkU" of cotton making i:a way toh;rstage
The 7a ! ft 1 gt evening for St. Louis with
VL'OOd trio of DtsliMM. anion.' whom we nr.-
ticd Cant, li INitv.i r of th ashvilU. an J Mr.
una, ci.tk or H.o June Julir.mn, the Utter RO-
rig to CI ir k-.vi 1 here the Juhu-on is no w 1) in r
i:d t'ie I'.Tiier '3 going to Paducab to bring out
T!ie S.jUie Went U advertised for St. Louis on
The jJerip'.i- Jiuy'.e and Enquirer of the 11th
The Mis-issitipi at thi point, ia about st a stand.
Weather y.-slcrday very pl.as.nt, and bufiuess
quite activ.-. T'u St. Louis Republic in of Sunday
morning sav-: "Ihe iw.t at ltd point wis rising
a little vol' rday, pio'.ably caused by tl.e heavy
rain wide-' prevail-d all Fli'lay ijht and it St rdiv.
The la: l br .t from below report-J five ntid a balf feet
hence to C iro W e have no news of auy change
in the up,it-r livers, alth ui;h if the rain has b en
general a'ove we may shortly her of an improve
inetil in tlu-ir co'.dition."' A ria u tepoit :d in the
C jiiiD i Ian i and the Oliio, aud all the triLiLt.iri-s of
the I nt' r str.-ain.
N w - was received here hv telerapli of the
-iuki.ig ol our L ndnville and Memphis pitk.'t, tne
Nortii. rtu r, at tJnin 1 Chain in lue O:no. No par
ti. -ul .rs. No liv.-s lost.
City C'otiiicll--lf ex ulitr U'cilnsr.
TliirK-itAT, Nov. 12, lb57.
At the r. gul ir m-'efing of th-s B-nnl of Mayor
an I A I ierme-i la-i night, pr-seiit all the Aldermen,
Aic Alderman. In P. Jonea, the newly elect
ed Al l iin hi (rom the 8'h ward, was sworn in of- j
Cc , and look (is s. ut in place ot W. II. Wilkin- .
son, r. sign.-.). i
Aid I'o.g, (rom The Financ Cotnmi'tee, submitted I
the lepoit- if fn- Kin mee Olhc.rs of Hie Corpora- 1
tiou, which w.r ' r.ll r e. ive I and hied. The re
port f Aii-oii N Kon, ,-v nue 'Collecror, -hiv.d
c" eti. .us lor ihe ii-t noi th, aninuntiiig toror
8.0.0. Th- r ti r of Mr rtlenn. W ,t, r Tax Col
lector, showed I,758 C ll.-etii. The Recorder.
Mr. (Il. nn, eoll-cie-i $1 i2. The report of the
I r asurer, Mr. F..II.T, snored ih it the Corporation
w .s indebted to 'ii'i. in a small amo nt.
Al I rijjoi Fie. ... (rom sam- () iiini't e. renorf.'il
jvori'.ly on -ev rd aceounts.
!i led to be p dd.
und tiiey n lo or
A d. rm in lliile, from th Water-woika Commit
tee, pr setit.'d a report, from the Superintendent, of
the Water-works, (Mr. Sei'.ury) which w i recviv d
and !i d on the tatile. The r. port stated the S i-.
i intend-n" hid, by dir. c ion of tho Water-woi ks
Committee, r cei-tlv snsp-nd d the engineer, and
n id employed Mr Hirrisjjn temporarily as engiuecr
of tne wat r-works.
Aid rm in ' 'oltart, frorr. Street Com nittr-e, sub
mitted the r port ot Mr Henson, Street, 07erseer,
in r. I tion to woi k doing on the sfre. ts.
Al lermu Cong r, fro.n Work Mou. Committee.
pre-. nted ill reoort of Mr. Dix, Keeper of the
Work lion-.-, wi leh -ho.il that there had been
fi r the past 35 das, 57 . ommitiu.-nts. and 51 pris
oners di-ch rg. d. I'wefity-ooe persons are now in
co i fi lenient. The keep r savs he wants tnorii
room The p r mises are small, and he has the 21
pri-oners in th - yard and ..Lout 20,000 Inislo Is of
Ki' k readv 'or t aeadamizing thest eets. Of tt.e
57 eom i. itt ils 29 ire (or drunkenness, and 2 for rc
'uiling -piiitui.us 1 q'lors in a lesa quuitity than a
Alderman Fish'T, from Cemetery Contnittee,
stibiiiitte.1 the r. port of Mr. Cotton, Sexton, show
ing t'oit there were 32 interments in the tnoMh of
), tober 2'J w itesanl 3 blacis. Of the 32, 3
were Irom the t oui try.
Aid. Ilivi ie. Irom .lav Committee, submitted
the t lv. rse.-r's li port, rendering tie uc-JJUiil of
mon. vs due I d.oi . rs
Al '. I)ir ien, lr on Po'i'e Commiftee, presented
the resign ition i t J. J Figg, one of the night po
All II ile, (ton Fire Committee, to wh)tn had
b-cn ref rr.-d th-- .ppln-utioii ol V luge Fite Co. f
No. 3. f..r t CorpoiaLion to pay lor the furuitu'e j
in theil Hail, reported agains the prayer of the i
petitioners, ai d rt conitn. nd- d ita rej clion. Coij I
Aid. v are. fr.im Market House Committee, nude '
a verbal report in relation to the worn on the North
nd of Ihe VI ark- i House.
Aid. ColtHrt, a p-tiiiuii Irom sever l citizens n- '
motisiralmg against the erection ol a Coopers Snop
now iu iiogtissol erection in the First Ward,
lieci ive-l, an I the building ordered lo b ! 8'Opped.
All. lirowii, a p.-titioti (rom certain ijiz- ns of
th- 4ih Ward, c-impl tiniu ; of a nuisance near the
Hyn.s' School building. Received, and thu S-hool
Comtuittee dir.cted lo abate the uuisuice.
Aid. Brown, a pe'Uion from Hook and Ladder
I'ompany, asking for a plice lo put their apparatus.
Keleire.l to tire Commiilee.
Aid. Davis, a p-tition from Mra. Walker, asking
for remuneration lor eloi hing burnt by order oft e
City lars'.l. K. f rred lo Committee on Expen ii
tui s ati I I i provi uiei ts.
Al l. Hum., a bid lr. in Stretch ii. Peck. H -f.
n e i
Mayor McKw.n, (Aid. Colemau in the CI air) of
lerred a lill lo irgu.ate the Malkrt, and lo orevent
hiick-leriug. fhe Mjor made some remaiks in
relation to li e t-.ll he oiler, d, and stiied ihat he
ieei ived a C-xiiiiitinicalioo !iOin Mr. Vtavoi I'ilchkk,
ol Louisville, OH t'ie Sil'j Ct Plt.-8. d tir;l r.adiug
and rf rre.l to Special Committee.
Aid. Waie, i t ill to permit staves and free t-Iicks
(o hold meetings io puolio ors dp ti I 'J o lock at
night, under . h sup. rinteiidance ot soma di-cre t
while person Passed first time.
Aid liar .en c died up th i-ill to allow the n ght
po ie to o on lily at 8 o'clock P. M , i stea l of
7 o'clock, as at jires lit. Passed second reading,
and uti I. r a su-p tision of the rule, tiie bill pasSvd
on its ib Td re niing.
Al l Bruwn, ruin d up Li bill lo permit slaves lo
pass in the C-.i poraiion Irom 1st Oetoticr lo 1st
April, till 9 u'ei. ck, I". M. without a pas. The
jis and iiOee t re caded lor and t ie bid was u g
aliVed Aid. I'avis, :, rr-oluiion to t n ploy bauds to Uy
Jon wat r p.pe iu ihe soulhciu poitiou of the
Aid 11 li , a re-olul on ij .i eing iu discharg
ing Mr. Hai man, En in eer ot tne w .t.-r works, a. ol
that ihe U al r Woiks Committee be i.istiUi
fl lo iuipiu Mr. S.ui it. Uairiaoii as Euiucer
lor the uio xpir. .1 term.
Aid. N ar c .lleo. up the resolution relative to
the a ;uiisiuu oi BCi.oUr inio it, HiU SchooL
Aid Davis, resolution to r u.it a fine impojed
by Hie liecord r up u r. Stewar . L 8i.
A!J. Lousir, a r. soiuliuu lo i.oli.y eeruin cili
reiis lo rp.ir pv uotils. Passed.
Aid Halle, a til lo r gulale lb - Hre D part
iueni of the cilv, ri latie to c nain sums ol moucv
a n.u.l. v, i , Ac l a-iMt 1 s rocd rvading.
A d C -ner uiiiv, d th it the ate otect be instruc
ted io pul lu lo. t on tbe NortU cud ol tin-
lllll.t HOUM i'aB-el.
Al-i ll.iie, a i oiuium i.'ation from M. Jacker &
Co lo turidsi waur ppe. K. lerre J.
Aid. Hume, a ru.uuu to taoi-ly irrtaio cifa cs
tor. pair p. Vr iiiciil- in th li.irJ V' ard. Adopted.
AI J. tialle, a resolul oil IO appclnl a Coltl.i-i.lre
asking tne L gi lalure lo aliiiUJ Uie Ci y C a. U r.
Also r-n laiion lo i U hi rUo lie Supenutend
rl.t ol ihe -l 1-We.rkS to Issue (.ropeiaa Ui &iUh
the VS otcl-oi it. 1'm. J.
Aid. Colrtuau, a resolution to not (r certain riti
set a in tl.e 6ui w.rd to repair p.t . m. t.t. I aasd.
AlJ. ledt.it H rrtj tho r.liallou of tLS coi
1 auc, 1). C Luve, ot the 1st ward, wnicb au (
cej); 1. Adjsorue).
Si. Cloud Hotel.
IN euuihi.rat on f ii.. freui. or li.biac.-ia von.
Urj bia io, U(i lr t.ui iu hiih u-hs, J
pru.. u iu.uc, . pric. ui wuia . in co be .lur4
Irooi ti SJ l- II OV pr day to UnaltH VI luira, jj.j ll0tM
J Ou lo f 4 00 pr eck Ul pcruianeul day bv-arr
M.-0-tl H i. T. HMtT. "
tHI VMM; l'At'tll. "
i')A() REAMS N..S Paper, vanouJ.ita-, for sal. by
,UU ra uaoasi a aa.
A lUmcdy for Diapepsia.
roiRBATe's Hollavd bjnk ia do the most titnple, de
liv'luful and tfTectual remedy for uy-pei.sia, before the pub
lic. Many of our most worihy citizens ietifyiDg to its
eiticacy. To persons subject to nervous, and tick headache,
it ia valuable medicine.
Ilnlloway's Olutmetit and Pills. Talk of
an iirxition, indeed! These reo-.edlei have peacefully an
nrxea ail nations, tribes, communities, a coamon wealths
of the human rce. They are the one scle rallyipg point
in f-tvor of which mankiu i are nnanimoua.
fcold at the manufactory, No. SO Maiden Lane, New fork,
and by all drugibte, at 25c., C2ic., and 11 per box. 4T
Prepared b j Dr. C. M. JACKS N, rhilad'a, Pa.,
V ILL KPVKCTCA1XT OCRS
LIVER COMPLIMT, DTSPEPsIA, JATJ2SDICB,
Cbionc or NervjJs IJeii ity, Dii asei of the Kidneys,
and all di eites ariaing from a di. ordered
Liver or gtomch.
Give them a Trial, they will cure you
For sale at 7" cents per bo tie, by druf ists and stor
keepers in every town aod vdlage io the United tatua
Caaai'as, West ladies and Broth America. nov2 lm
VtiTsta Crko The best remedy for deafness ever
offered :o the public, is BraqoV Arctio Limmkst. Many
tasei of s-verai ye irs' standinic have been quickly and eo
il e'y :ureJ by it; and iho:sands of recent case, caused
b coliis or obstructions of the ear. chambers, have yielded
to oae or two app.icitions. Full d irections for r.-e accoc
pany each bott e. Oae of the most remarnable cures was
i. tt,'e Hirtto.d Deaf and Dua b Ay!u n. A boy, fifteen
i - . i y . i i - ry- r u 1 i.
I I . , . , v
r. lrfrn deaf, ana war onspiiuentiv dunib. va spnt thfrt fnr
ed-ica' ioD; and, a. an experiment, the Liniment was triel
on liin , and i.h the mrg- compleie iicccs. He now hears
as well as any one, and ia rapidiy learning to talk. The
.' Liniment in for tale at all the Drug stores. nov2 lm.
, Practical Artiala iu every branch of Photography and
wholeale and retail dealers in An.bro'ype, Melainotype,
Photograph, an 1 I 'ajruerreotj pe goods ; Apparatus and
i Chemicals, of every kind, variety and deacrip.ion ueci in
' 'he abovs Arts. All orders will be promptly filled, and for
' warded to any partof the country at the very lowe-t mar
ket ra'es, for cash, to which the trade are respectfully in.
vited. Also Agents for the sale of Melainotyp and Spber
reotyp Kights. HUUUr.8 lute's,
gep.4. 26 Union itrcet, Nashville, Tenn.
ptVANTED Immediately, 10,-
jWL"U"3 iKju meQ to enitape in the a!e of' the mo t
popular selling Hocks in A. er ca. Invalids, mechanics
farmer and teachers, i hinp to travel, will find this a
very pr finable ard pleasaDt buine s, enabling them to
ee the country, and make money at the same time. A
gemsnow in the business are eleaiing 'rom Sf5(Ml to 1,5(0
per year. Eer lull particulars and a list of Hooks, address
II. M. tt'LLSON, Queen City l'Lbli:hii.g House, 141 Main
.t.e -t, Cincinnati, Ohio; or, if living East, li Kl'LISON,
105 MEDICAL PREPRATIONS
EDR THE CI' RK tF
EVERY KXGIVN DISEASE!
The under iened, having been appointed sole Agent for
Noal villi-, for the si.le ot tt e Medical Preparations reco ro
n ended o ' Dr. Fiee-e's Con binei FMni of Practxe.for
Hhicians aod Families,' would resecifuhy r0er ihem to
such of oireltn n as uetd a retvati'c to health.
TI e-e preparations are con pounced 'rom the recipes of
the n Ost celebrated Fhybicians i nd Surgeons ot Euiope
and America, aud will c ereiy Inoun diwune, that is at
all within the r-ach ofrenedies. These Preparations have
been t sted lor years by Profe.-sor Frt-ese, and other cele
brated Physicians! of our ceuntry, in their daily practice,
and have le-n found Invariably ellectual.
For further pa-.ticulars, .er Dr, r reese' Combine Sys
tem of Pi actier, t ge herwith Curdu, P sters, Ac.
both t e lii.ek, M i icine Chens, aid Medicines nay be
had of the uudeisigm d, at bis lrug Flore, in Na-hvide.
JOHN J HF.H H,
No. 20 Frwanee building, ' ollepe St.,
unelfi fiin. Nahvrle, Tenn.
Kid, Fur and Cuckskiu (aun(lets.
rl'?r received an assortment of Kid, Fur and Huckskin
'iamii et, and f r sale Ov
J. 11 McOILL.
nFVE!t Lined; riot'-;
Hi I " Kn t Wool;
."dk " Beriin lined;
t'a f-S- in " Dog-skin "
Ca ni m r- "
And.ich ice v.ri. tv of other st ies, received and for
sle by (oc 8 J. II. Mc - ILL.
JL'sr received another lot of .sillitrs, warranted of
superior ijaalit. aa I it uricjs io sot t he times.
J. H McOILL.
1'ati.st eu nt as at Sii:ii ci:i iici-
ti;s FOIl CAMI.
UNTIL the first d-.y of December 1 will sell Shirts at
thirty dollar., per iluien, insicd of thirty six; 2d
tirade twenty lour, in-ted of tlorti; 3d graue at fifteen
i-e d-ii -n, ii-te 1 1 -f e g'U en; c.
Kiery other kind and seyie of Furnishing and l-ancy
Goods corre pondingly low fjr c ish.
Nov". J H Me'. ILL.
i. tiititout.ei:. iint i n.
It-'ST received a small iniroic-t of hando t.elv Embroid
ereo .lii' ti, niade to our own or. er, suitable for party
aii'l w-'Jiliiig occasions.
J. II McP, ILL
ltl lv.Mi.l MilltlS
FEW bst q laiity of buckskia s.'urti, received and
tot fair by
J. II. Mr". I l.L.
i ii;it i: a ic,
IVK.f.V variety ot ea.oable L'N 0 R.VEAIl, all at
i"0 ierite prices.
J. H. McOILT.
Till KS AM) VAI,IM.
T L'T to l and a s ..all lot of Trucks and Valises, and
ii i r
' sale low tor cash.
J. II. McTILL.
IIVKO'V .M NTAMUXC; COMMIES.
VhUl'E in asoriia.-ut of Collars. Every style rec eived
a:i 1 for sale by
a:i 1 for sale by
MO' KM II S Xt ( U.tVlT
VEl.tsr rate tssorlment of Scarfs, ?toc', Ties and
''r.tvata, enry st.le and color, with an endie.s v.
rie'yof handsome goo-1 , received and for olo upon rea-s-'Uable
J. H. McG'LL,
La tits' and OentleTien's Furnis dnir Htore,
Oct, PI. corner ot Souare and t ollejre street.
U. II. II. J. .KO()Ml,
UX D Eli TAKERS,
HVVlSli re'-nily been burnt out, betf to notify their
f. iin I and r mi tti it ad orders left Ith K. H.
a i oo ii n Co., No. 13 I 'ir jte -trert, o' at he shop of V.
L liuuih. No. 115 fro.lh Market st.eet, wnl meet with
K rl. H.J. liroomes are prp-ie'or of the rivrht lo
vend Crane's Cclebralrd PTar Minuc I umL Ciakicr in
1 a. iii.too county and a e prepared i up; y all orders,
h.er.Ve a id retail, t the sliorte t notica.
tovT 2m. .
a. r. ataenLXT. a. a. sascsiu.
JvI.CIIIai:V A.. SAM'IIKZ,
Produce and Coiiunission Merchants,
AND UEALEiU IN
CORN, WHEAT, BACON, FLOUR,
OATS, HAY, C
lo. ? 'aIell Itloc k. Augusta, Cla.
(JST Particular atlentiua Kivea to the a. of aal con
siKumer.s. n.aylS Sm
Gentlemen Take Notice.
' J1 11 AT
re o jw o f- r oil -r sale a', oar store,
ao. li ii.o.iu hi mi;
ihe laitt-.t aud bet .eL-cieu as ortiueut of:
IMti.NS I'AiTS, Itl.A.Ri:TN,
1i(K,uiid VLMS (.MlVIS
otI.IMUt IS SllAU'l.s, Mint li,
e'oi'.Ais, lUo Jerc'.a-(-, HKlMloe, Ac, to be found in th.
oil. aLd thai ail our (ihIi arc al.as of tho very b.l
make, sua:;ly and materials.
CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
OCtS. l.i I edar Street.
.M XiltO MllOf.
l.K&Gr ttork 6f Mo 1 Uoabir So Netr-g Brofc-ans;
r Extra Mted B ois, Ooubt. rolc;
Ami a ircs .itineol of ...a Kip Bjoia, a ad Co
bouoa J hica soitt Blwo, ju.t rccci d b
JO. IN It A MA OK,
Oc.44 f. Ji heje .irr.t,
LADIES' XTE V H D tKEsf Taunts
tr,Hn 'taa iHO . iUi Irar. aii tray;
JV Bole karlber I ray rep.
A Una a.autuiciit of a, crioi quality, Jat received by
ctl. i vuiicf airMrl.
jOl" ait-r.ver) t.r.ar,Tra Icp.
O to. w i, lac, mo I a'. I eat'-1 r d .-,
Pius!, and Dvui 1 lop, juai rcc. Vcd br
0ct .'3 X -e. ktrc.l.
SI Mlltll S.
r-w stavi-., act Land ad tut .t by
. LUMBER! LUMBER!!
I'M! lUbcriU-r.t.af. a -Tt AM lAW MILL In sueee.t
fut rr-r(ie ia JM-oe eouuly. A'., t-o th. Na b
Tilie and Cbatiantway. Kai:wa.t, or swirrao Ueict,
and ar pxpar.4 .a fara n aJI 1-t.ji J Laroh.', d lo
a, 4jjiOi. V. thor t tHc. they re-pc f 4 j
au.H-U rir fruat peruo. ia ihe ew of N h. H. !hli.g
Lumiwr of a y cr pi oo Tlty m.U deliver tucubcv at
anv acpaiua I., cwauioad.
s.pt.J-sm I 'SI ALLS, TAI.LT A CO.
T.IVE HaairKl baatU Barley by
D. D. PfCJtrT,
Reports Furnished- by the Associated Prest.
St. Louis, Nov. 12. The Kati'ua Coi s'itotinn
has be. u en-;c.rsed. The Dr d tvou iiKinon the
fugitive slave l,w, and the slavery .-laoo alone will
be submitted to the people about the 0.Q ot De
LocisvtLLK. Nov. 12. P. P. Dick & Co. 'a to-
bicco factory ia destroyed by re.. It waa fully
New Orleans, Nov. 12. The steamer Granada
K coming up with over half a million of specie
Walker and men were trane&Tred from the Mobile
..... r i
man uo a to a steamer in waiting iu -iivuuo oay
with another supply of arms and amunition. The
61linuster steamer immediatly steamed down the
osy. v alKer 18 COllSluerea latriy vu. "uoiiuij
has been beard from the Fashion. Some think
that she has gone lor the Texas regiment.
New Orlfass, Nov. 12 Cotton, Biles 9000
bal- s at 11, ill; Sugar declined J to 1 cent; Mesa
Pork $15 20; Exchange unchanged.
The steamer Dick Kya, which took Walker and
the a ivai ce guard of his army from the mail boat
in Mobile bay, hasretu .ned, having placed them
aboard Walker 'a steamer Fashion outsido. Tbe
Fashion immediately sailed for Nicaragua, with
Walker and four hundred meD, and an immense
quantity of arms, amnnition and provision. More
will follow soon.
New York, Nov. 12 The ship ITowadji, from
Boston to Liverpool, waa struck by ligntning on
the 21, eff Cape Sable, and consumed with her
cirgo of cotton, beiup aud tallow. The crew ar
ri vi d lie re.
Cotton quiet; Flour, Wheat nnd Pork firm;
Whisky 224; Mol..ss-8 87 a 40; Rice 8s
Philadelphia, Nov. 12 Tha meeting of 5,000
uueniploied working men passed orderly.
New York, Nov. 12. The Herald says the
steamer Persia's taking but a little over f 600,000
sp- cie, caused an improvement iu ptocks, and qui
et d appreh Daiona of future largo suipmenta cf
Tbe working men met at Tompkins' Square yes
terday. Several speeches were made. They also
ati-'Ckel a couple of buktr and demolished their
bread baskets. Tbe bands of music wire compelled
to amuse t e crowd, and mischief rather than des
truction seemed rampant. The excitement is sub
siding. The United States troopa were withdrawn
from the Sub-Treasury.
Cinci.nnati, Nov. 12 Flour $4 40: Whisky 1S
Bed wheat 750, white 85-90. Lard 11J. Mouey
The Erie Railroad has b-en npiired between
Elmyra and New Yoik' The Western stctiou is
still imp issahle.
COM Al K R C 1 AL.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, I
Nash villi, ov, 13 li7. f
COTTON There have been no sales of cotton in this mar
ket, owing to the fact that planters' are unailling to elL
There is a good demand and plenty of money to purchaae
al) that may be offered at fair pi ices.
Mew Orle;ii tlaiket.
Nor Okl'abs, Nov. 6 P. M.
The Exchange market has expert need a considerable lm-
prov inent this week, an t 'o d y, u- der 'h con'inuance of
an active demand, a further advance was real r-d. About
1 '.Out i were old thi morninir at a ranee of OJCfc 5, the
latter for fir-t cla- names, though .t the close some eadinir
havers put up their rates niuch hither In Francs the
transactions coinpr Bed i5'i, ' 0 at a ra (ic f 6f.'t6f.l th
bulk of the hu i-ess at the latter flgu e.and the market
elastic with a firmer te- dency. Hieht H lis on New York
w-re in cood re est at 88) c . iscount. ne Day
lirht sold at Hi. 3J4 1 nree l)a s at 4, and rive nnd I en
Days nt 5Vct. d -count. The . ntiks the k at .', but as bills
ire becoming scarce, they evinced a di-posiuon to put up i
The llink Statement to mo1 row vill show a larpe acces- .
hlon of specie. Probably the e will be live millions or over
il the anks. The steamer Morrison, fr m St. Louis,
brought dow- l.x-t eveiunjr 7S.lsii!for the purch -e of Siifrar
id ouee Mot of the Mexican Doubloons received bis
eek have iione into t-ank at the standard rate of 915 ..8.
The Spa ish l..u loons i ave been deposited by the owners.
with the privilege of c'leckmir against the fo a fixed
period, when they will probably be replaced by meruan
gold. A ii a 1 lot of Mn can si ver was sold at 2?ct prem
ium. Vie can give no quotations fur distant Bank eotes,
' there is no sjc for thein.
SL'li lt -The suiiplies have been checked by the large
deel lie uo iced in our la-t weekly repoi t, and wl h a good
and; prices for the yellow de-eriptions have held au up
ward tendency throughout the w.-ek The sales have em
braced some Oi hhds , includii g about 75 to-day. the market
using al the range of ou quotations, as follows:
(me ior.. 3h(&iii I Prime 7 Ci7?.
Common t. (aiti Choice 7iatH
Fair to Felly Fair..6a &6 Clar.fted 7 &X
.MOI.A&fcEs) Our remarks on tbe tugar mat ket will apply
nl-o o that f. r v olii-ses. The opening rates we a tb(fo
for good toch.dce lois in bids but they have since - d
anced ' 4c, and close at 2. 6 ftc'-iSc in bb:s, aud 2'JCh .Oc J
gallon in half bhis, the ti au.-ac.ions including to-day 120
I bis and I no hit libls at that rat-ge. The sales of the weik
have embraced about 12 0 bbls
FLO K Price- have i proved a little for tome defcrip
tion , though he demand has been wftlmut much pirit.
Up to la I veiling the ale amounted to about 8' 00 bbl ,
mostly a $5 H: X for supe.flne, 3 6. 7 - f r baker's
brands and fancy, $t"ao 25 for ext. a, au 4 S 5 per bbl
for unbranded the Iran action in.-lu- ing 0 0 bbls St Louis
superfine, not ul.ject to in pectioti he e, but gua auteed by
the -ell.-r . To-day we notice ales of Sou bbls unbiaiided
at St 75, and 400 at the lame.
WHEAT The limited 'eceipts hae been held st pi ices
above thevieasol buyers or shipped fo. othe market ,
and we have heard of no sales of any hnpo. tance duiing
Cn a KUkfiTos, Nov. 9 6 P. M.
C )TT0N The Cotton market continues active and buoy
ant, and the t ansa t ous to-day have established a higher
rauf- of fi -ur. s tbaii our a.lv nc-d quotations of aturday
evening. The sale-, fo t up lt)5ii bales, as follows: 6'J at li
cent , i l at 1 v;7 at 12.V. 5 at liJi, -7 at ii at
IS?', 9i at (of woich 5tM mere to arrive ) and 41
b iles a? 18 c nts W'e n qu te Good iddliug o Middling
Fair, Z(loc per Ib. Mi. idling fair is iu active request at
1 c, hi. I there is very li tie . n the lout ket, aud some factors
have refused this flg..re (or lots to arrive
JUJL YORK tSo CO.,
Book Sellers, Eook-Eindf rs and Blank
!No. 38, ( niou M., Aaalivllle, Tcnn.
Exerson A Pu nam' Mou'.lih, for November, Porteri
Spirited the Times, Harper's Journal of Civilization, jest
received by nov3. J0UV Y0BK k CO.
FOR SALE BY
JOHN YOIUv &, CO.,
ISo. :8 fnlon Street.
Wood's Prsctice. S vols.,
Fownes Chen i-try,
Frichson's Surg -ry,
United States Dispentatory,
Kirk's Phyti.1- gy,
Gross' Pa: ho o, ical Anatomy,
Tsy lor'.- Ju' ifprudecce,
Ferguson' su i gerv,
Sh.ipv a Qia ns Anatomy,
Arno-t's P iy-ics,
() -loaiba' on Fevers,
A I !'. Dissector,
Chuichi I on ' hiidren,
i srpen'ei's I bfiol.-gr.
Neil a Smith'. Compeou.,
I ay or o i Cowuns,
I odd A bowman's l'hytlol
orr. To- il ua L'rin try Pi -eases ,
Cru.nhier's An atomy,
Detes on Children,
De e F.u.aleS,
Vital to Ubsiiv. in Med.
C'.ymer On Veer,
.1 tiler' Prirc ales,
"oop- r's Sunr. Dictionary,
Hooper's Med. Die binary,
HAS i kes' Pr. t ea,
Flint's Re p Organs,
Hr ow's f ractice,
Heie K-say ,
Bartel! on Fever,
! rck- Jori p'udence,
1-ve's Suigical Cases,
t o M er". S .rcerv.
Eli .- ' Korniuia.-v,
1 he above Mdic il Bo ki are the latest e dition, and will
besoluattb. pubiist er's prices.
J. 11. llOl'll'.R&, CO.,
WU0LI&SLE AXD BiTAJL
AKD DKALEES in
Iaiuois ami lroiucc,
KO. Cl, COLLEGE STKEET.t
White Sted Vhtat.
'I'llE unde-i 'gne.l has on land soio. uirtor rrops ef
1 h.te M het whicb siL b aoid for seed la q.antities
w tu t pi.reha-.-ers.
sep 21. D. l.DCK ET.
bio iu: ui.
ITRAYFD from ibe p-tur. of J A. Pays., ahowt th
1-1 tf ogu t last.a BlY ttOHSr, with nip mh aaS
a b'e.titnh in lb. eft rye, ooe, r both, hied lert ablU,
so., savid:.-marks oa hi baca. La tots, and walks wu
Oct -if. u vi, t. w aiu u r.
roil in r.
rjiWO R0)MS OM VINE t'TSFET, between Ct-o'ch anJ
1 Kro.d. Icqmitof A. It- rhankUnd, e. 25, Ch.'r,
street. p. 3Jtf
ji r itt fi i i i,
HMavi suprly i4 Fall and WiaUr f)oc4s, Cea.
tlemec' larch-a- btis4 CiJlh-ar.
Al o s foo-liscrii.e4 ui . laiM, l'ian.f, tal T..
I rg -, t1 t,t h-.-h .ul b aiads up to ordw in tb. sum ap
piov. j , by T.J. H--l'uH. 'ferl.
e',tlT. . Na. 11 trdar strev' Sa-iviif..
Asctils AV anted.
U7t w as lo .asploy a TriVe! tig rtnt ia eas-h eootty
cf totddi. lesiituic, to it .ur Suceiiiuf C-in ACJ
W wt a ! ail ease., to ri !v rara who sr perssaaebt
r Ivjct:'. cat Uir euunt n- ! winrh rr P'si w to j-er tie.
lo such prr cat w. -a esrer tri.ar Ij 'u.'iacuU U n
aV ia Us au uwa. Apply ts
J. c, siipni.i oi
!fj. 31 QjUf tt, 5tvl.
' Ao. 49 Union Street, X-st'i lle. Tiun ,
ofpc srra thi bask of ths statb of tbshbsssk.
V7HKliK b ia prepared lo furnish Oysters, nut no in
any styje or quant.ty oe'ired- Froaa, Opened, In
teirs or aas.
sV'reU fan Oysters, Cove Oysters,
. a fcitied Oyaters, Npiced. Oj-.ters.
SUPERIOR FEESH OYSTERS.
l am now receiving dll , by the Ada-ns' Express, the
Onriva ed and Celebrated Choice Planted Norfolk Oysters,
and am prepared to offer the tra-ie such inducemenu for
iu. emir, seuon, aa nave never been ottered in this soar
WHOLtSALM BT THB CASS AT LKS3 MAX COST.
A C01VSIANT 8UPPLYAL'WAYS 0JT HAKD,
Io t -at Dealers and Families can ob'ain, at any time
"u""ii "i.oeason, mote uno ce tiysters in Cans and naif
Cans. Kegs and half Kegs. Warranted Fresh, sweet and
" uaiseu, or uctqiauea in Uivor and q iality.
Wholesale Orders Solicited Terms Cash.
Nov l Sm.
DIKLCr FltO.TX noitFOLK.
No. lOOCberry street.
TTA8 just received a fine lot of EKESH OYSTERS from
IA Norfolk. He will be in constant lutiDlt of Ovstera
uunug ine season. octzs lm.
SAM. J. CARTER,
IV o. 25 t'n ion Street,
TTAsj just received so ne of the rnest FKESH OYSTERS
xa ever bio s t to this city. He has made arrante-
ments to have a f.esh supply every day daring t:.e season.
F 11 A iT CI S CO,
MANCFACTCRER AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS A.D LADIES' FURS,
iVo. 23 Public Square,
is sii villi;, tex..
LADIES DRESS FURS.
OPENING OF TliE
FUR SEASON 1
X7E SHALL OPKN OUR FL It ROOM THURSDAY,
V V 0CTOKER. 1ST. and be prepared to eihihit a larirer
and choice atoek of Ladi-i and Miui Fancy Dress Furs,
than we have ever before otered, embracing Kussian,
lledson Bay and Canada Sable, Stone Manen. Fi'.ch.t-i-
berin Siuirrel, Lynx, and all the lower grades of Furs,
made i-p io the latest stvlei. Some very hand tome tiobei
and FOOT MUFFs, for carri iees.
A. J. FRANCI-CO, Furrier,
sept26. N o. 23, Public square.
GENTLEM1 N who are airbi iou t lo wearaTASTY HAT
are invited to call and ex iu iae this beautiful style at
the Hat and Fur Emporium of
j A. J. FRANCISCO,
I serr25. 23 Public Square.
Those French Felt Hats.
FRESH supply just received at the Emporium
ly. or r K A N i tSUJ'S,
sep' 25. 2:i Public Square
THOMPSON & CO.,
Are now offering
TIIEIlt ENTIRE STOCK OF
It IZcducetl I9 rices
R0YSE & ELVERS ON,
HE A 1) Y-HIA DE CL O TIJJXG
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
A RE now receiving and opening at their Store, No 20,
. Mouth side e-ablic Square, a very large and entirely
nw stock of Fall and v inter Cloll iug, Furnishing Ooods,
and agood stock French Cloths, 0a -imeres au i Vest ngs.
which we will make up to order and warr nt to suit or no
Most of our spick of Keadvmade Clothing we can
safely recommend it as be.ng free from the uual objections
of astern made Clothing. Our tock cansla a in part ol
the following articles:
French i lo.hs A Cassimerea; Morino Cndenhirta Draws,
Velvet, Plush Vesting and Ad tVooi I'ndetsnirU:
Ve ts; Blea A Uro. Caovon Flannel
Black and Fancy Orenidlnee; Draws and Bnit.;
Over Coats; Woolen A Chene Comfurti;
Muscovy Beaver Raglands; Fill L'nd. r,birn;
Royal isultand Circulars; Col'd blrtaa I Co'lsr-;
reoehaod English Beaver; jtana'i t'rav ts and Scarfs;
Hreek Hacks and Talmas; lovs'aLd Youths' Shirts;
Dress an Frock Coats; Men- pateoted hhou'der
f KirUmen's t'oats; tream Miirts;
A large Block of I ants; Km... and Marseiles Shirts;
boys' overcoats, hhirt Collars;
Boys' Froca Hoals k Ja kcts;Linen (Jamb, and Pongee,
i itlic. and Business Coals. Wrys;
Neca Vies, Uloft. aad hus- Plurt booro;
len iers; H l'o-e and L'mbreltas;
We ieel that with our Ion experience and locnities we
enjoy, we have tucc e.led in bi ng ng an au-ortmrut ot
goods, which ou not tail to pl.are as regards sty ie aiid
prces. We invite the aiteotion ol nonsumrrs, aud aill
engage to give sati faction to ail who may lavor us with an
examination ol our tuck. KilvsK A ELVEitSUN,
Nashville, Kept 1 J. No. 8 South aids Public r-qaar..
iiavanaI'Xa.n l.ot n:ii!
Favorite Odd and Even Scheme4.
MORE THAN 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS.
20,000 TIC K I.I M 19,187 IMIIZES
CAPITAL, 30,000 DOLLARS!
Tickets 4; Halves 2 Quarters l.
Let those buy now who never buoght before,
And tboe who always bought now buy tb. nor.
FRIZES PAYAELE WITHOUT DEDUCTIOlf.
To be drawn every Saturday in Novem
ber and December, 1857.
Hrllllstnt and L u precede n ted Ncheiue
1 Pna. of
1 do .
......... & we
1 do of
8 Prices or... . ..
4 do jf
IS do of.
SO do of....,,
. .. Stki are
.. Xo ar.
... lu ar.
. . (Near.
.. 8.8o are...
1J do of.
15-i0 do of.
15,187 Prizes, aiuouutiiig to $SS,000.
Bank Notes of wxind banks taken ar par. Checks oa
New York remitted fur prises. Adores, wrders for 1 Kaeu
or Certificates of Pacta?. of Tiea. to
. AMItR-uN a eUS, ilsnagers Msron.Ca.
I" Orster. tor I lt Art. aOdreod to T. B. AMiikssjX,
Boa Na. XaS, Nasnvule, I cr.n.. will be promptly atutcdae
to. AtiDhtLSOM A tMJ.t, S4anag.r,
Oct. ! td ssaouo.Ga.
E rCf L&s of cicaa WuOL wanted, for which 1
WUJ pay that higt.wtcai prtr.
K. Q BANDY.
a-o. ssrra. a. v. erraaia. eao. j. bowlaa.
'SMITH, GUTHUli: & CO, ,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUGRS
ABt AM AST. FOB VBSSAlAF
VI it ci ma dk- l i:.m T(II.4lCO.
So- 64 KAia It , Eslwesa fteea&d s4 TLi?d,
'lW I.VS ea fotirta f.rtiesa en ass piaasiaatiy
L rowaied aad boards! ai fil Cay street, a. t lb. Catt
tJi. (tratr-U.J. JAJ. t. HvAiU.,
Ir.. . .- -I
McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOOX,
OF those Juily cfielraii Pianos, of Steinway k Boo,
A. 41. i-a-e a G, and foebbeler k Smith, ef Nev
York, to wtiich the attention of porcr.asers is invited.
Also, tl.e largest assortment of Slice t Music, Mncio
BookF, Violins, Aecordeons, Flutes, Cloreonet-s, Flageo
le is, l)rum, and BaLjss, all of which will be sold at lai
lowest rates. If you ish a bargain and tie hext Mosical
Instrument, cab at (the ite Musical 8 ore,) No. 81, Union
street. JMES A. MoCLURK.
N. B. I bare every site and pattern of Melodeona, man
ufactured by Carbart, Needham A Co., New York , which I
tell at their retail pr.ee s. Also, large assortment of
Feather Dusters. . . , . J. A. M.
NbW MUSIC STORE.
, fi r, L.
C. D. BENSON & BE0.,
WBOLSSALB ASB BFTAIL DALR8 IB AJ-L XIKDS OF
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes.
FROM the celebrated manufactory of Grow A Christo
pher, N. Y., and the best Melodeons now used In tbs
Cnited States, mannfaciured bv George Princa A Co.
Attention tf the public is called to ourlarje catalogue ol
the latest publications of Mu-ic, Music Booss and Instruc
tors of all kinds Also, our fine stock of Guiiars, Violins,
Viqlincellos, and Banjo Strings In fac ., every th ng in the
Musicailn.truinent hce can be found at
Vi respectfully Invite small country dealers. Teachers
ard Schools, to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere,
P. 8. All kinds of Musical Instruments repaired at No.
20 Union street, first door front College.
Iiiddleberger's Eating Houses
SA M Riddleberger takes occasion to announce to the pub
lie, that, Ihe summer iea.on over, he has (riven op the
enjoyment of "rural felicity ' and returned to town. His
House is again onened. and he hones to see as-aia the
smiling fares ot his old friends and customers, and to be
come acquainted with kits of new ones. Hia tables shall
al 'ays be liberally supplied with the best oar market af
fords, and a ' little more."
SNYDER & PRIZZELL,
IV o. 21, Iubrictniare,
ARK row in rreetpt cf their Fall and Winter stock ol
liOOTst and FI: OEM. all of which are made exLresv
forthe retail trade, con-is'ing in part of
i-aaies- natiou-.a bcel Uaiter.-;
Congress " "
" Fide Laced "
" Conjriss Gaiters, without heels;
" l?ide and Front Lace (Jailers, without heels;
" K'd and Goat Boots:
" Hoots, with heels;
' " tiiipiers, "
" " " withoot heel-:
" White Kid and fiatin Slippers;
" " " - Waiters;
Kid aud Goat Welt Boots;.
' " with heels;
I astlne r aiters of all kinds.
Plain school bhoes.
Bov's Corgress Gai'ers;
44 Calf Brogans:
44 T' ick Hoots and Brogans;
44 Fine Calf Boots;
Also, a good stuck of fctioes for children.'
'1'lllCK ltHi. AMU IIOOTK.
Extra heavy lirocans for plantation use. Dutch Boots. I
ior women. Also, men's tnict nnots. nur stock of thick
Brogans, area very superior article, and win be told to
suit tl.e limes.
oct2. SNYDER A FRtZZKLL.
GENTS' fine Calf Pump Bole Boots;
44 r-titchel do;
44 44 44 Water-proof do;
44 44 " Congress U alters:
44 44 44 44 double Bole;
44 Calf Brogans ;
A l-o, pegged Congress Gaiters and Brogans of all d
TKIAKS VAI.IM.S, A.C.
Ladies' extra size !le Iaatt er 1 runks;,
44 4 4 44 French -4 with Trays:
Gents' fine ?n!e Leather 1 runks;
44 4 Valises;
44 Russett Vali-.es;
Together with Carpet Rag. BIhc' Bugs, and Patchels.
all of which are elTered at low rates tor ihe -fxA
ocl'i. BO S VIk R A FKIZ7.KLL.
W. R. CORNELIUS,
(sCCXssSOB to h'cohbs.)
AND DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
THetaiAc tturlal Cases,
1X7 ILL give his attten'ion to all Funerals when called
v on, as heretofor-; and will furnish everythl. g tha
is reqnisue on such occasions, ef best quality and iu good
stvle. Will also keep on hand every ttjle of wood and
cloth flomns, sheets, Ac.
Will al.-o attend to the purchase and location of Lots la
Mt Olivet I'e ne'ery, and will procure deeds for the tame,
being authorised by the cornpar.y.
Will a'so attend to the removal of bodies to ML Olivet
from other Ceiuelries, at a stipulated price, as per ache
du.e. Rkfsbrnce: A. V. Lindslev, President Mt. O.ivet Cem-e'ry-.C.
W. Nance. Secretary; Rev. Dr. ilowell, Kev. J. T.
Edgar, J . w. .si i omos, r sq. OctV!3- tf.
Nashville to Charleston and Savannah.
FROM and after this date cotton will be carried hroogn
to Claries', in and Savannah f .r .l Hil per bale, of tot
over SiNI weight. Psles weighing over Ntil lbs. will be sub
ject to a charge of (6 cents per 1ml lb for the excess. T
is a reduction of 75 eta per bale from former rates.
Mii.iera must furnish the Agents with a correct list of
weight , and are informed that cotton not In
4.nou miippim; ohueh
will herefj ed. CUAS. W. ANDERSOV,
oe'fi General Agent.
t'W Colton from all Stations w t of t-tevenson will be
ch irge I same rate,.
Nashville. Oct. 1st, IS.'i7.
iW SEAS0IVA15LE CIOODS!!
VERY LOIV PRICKS!!
IlIK subscribers have just received by direct I m porta -A
tion from 1-urope, and selected from the best louses
in New Vork and I hilalelphi., the large-t assortment of
House Furnishing Goods ever oieu.d in this el:y. Weeall
the attention of ho-ise-keetiers, and shall feel great plea.
sure in snowing our goons to a't visitors.
A large su j.lv of I era Trart aud Vallrs.
iua v .-r .cm iii an sixes, very cneap.
t oflVe I'rua, foup Tureens, Covered Di.hes, Oyster
Dishes, loOet aod l ea Pols, Pa-jubrd Block Tin and
I'late Warmers, Chamber Pelts, Bread and Oak.
Boxes, Tea and Ooilee Canister and ail article mads of
Japanne Ware in the new.st style.
uua(re Cutters, and dtuff.r at re I need prices,
Kn fe Boxes and Baskets, Marset aod Clothes ta-k.ts,
Key and Wora Biskcta, and ail other articles of Wulow
tlast Sd-rl, Iron and Prs Fire Irons; Fin. Iroo
itai di lironitd and steel a ith marble Bases.
C'Mklora, Cut and dlamped oiass, Piai.d, Briltanla,
of all qualit e-; Plated fKon.j For.s.Cups, c
lied 4'ords. Mfter., Clothes Pins, 4c, c; with up
ward of l.iaj-. uiff rent articles either for use or ornament
in loose krepl- g.
I.rati s-He have the Urret eapt-ly of Parlor and
Chamber Urates, selected in New Vors, Cincinnati and
Pittsburgh, which we "ill sell at reduced prices.
Our Slock of Heating and toukiug Htoves is eom.
pie e, e ther for Coal or Mood; Oar Wrought Iron fclove,
'1 lie leiiiM.aea.il sull maintains the proso-i-neLCe,
and la so.d aa rapidly as w. can make then.
'-. MAl'KENZiK k WILBOX.
IIOISE FIILMSIIIAG UAIIDWAKE.
INo. G3 ilHidrn Lane, New Yotltu
laroxTti abd jusaaas of
CCTLERY, FENDERS, TEA TRAYS. FIRE IRONS, TIN.
NfcDaiid kNAMELl-D HOLLuW WARE.
FRENCH TINNED WAKE,
ANDIRONS, FR V Pa NS, COAI- HODS,
PLANLSU ku JAPA.SED PLATED A BRI1AMA WAKE,
July 14 4m. tr 68 Mai ien Lane, N.w York.
V. A. JOHNSON 5c CO.,
S7 CAEOSDELET STRUCT.
SeptS. ALU Oil a. 1 ANA.
LA W It 1 .M L II I HU IIAftlC.
111 sell Tarns, SbMtiags aad Osaasxirg. for bsvak
Lkwrccuebarg money al oar regular urn. prte as
W. U. bOkDus A CO'
SHEET Brass, Blocks, N ats, W s-brrr, Axje. Gats pack
. log, Lstath.r l:tinj,on haad aBdkrsai. by
swptaul. D. U. DICstET.
UTX wfU sella first rats NriiRO M AN. payable Iu Ih
loo-is of I. I change i ack of k a i tr e. kor. A few
hre. Sue PIANOS tcr atiy ef tt Frew Aaauk eaey. '
kUL SOVii A CO.
Commission Icrcliant, .
So SO, front Street,
Caad e. Clover Seed,
Soap, . ,Tls.ity 4,
Biareb, B s. Or as. m1 A
Lr-J Oil, IXa-e,
LlB.oew OU, Vt tappteg Papr,
Abw aitiws of Clneianail rVoossr. aud m .&.a cmrs
g.n.taJy, pt-rchav.! sb4 .. SKli at lows4 prteww.
t'M.ij-iiM L. of Cuua, Pig I , caoA.r, Urtwd rrsit,
Gluang, BVKwwax, Aa ak. Hsuui,
I tf toie. oaas ana pi su.pt relarnA. A J
Terxa c.sri. ssta u.ti4 IX.
p. a. FBBTstuL. a. a aaaauesT. a. at-
BEHTIIOLD, E LIIN OUD Y & C0
ConEistica and Forwardir j 2erch.antj,
as saAuaa t
Sep, Zsrgihr, Bacca aad Ylozr,
Mot. 12 A scoud irl fsaslal .sul, 71m.
f(r CsMtstg-ai.aia f ail Aouhera Produes) rwewlvsd
sad prepiy ati.tirf.4 te iay 1 it M A . 1 ,.
U? A ? T L U -1 e.Oud btWiiti W CVkU.
aT , v. . V0ICJET;
i u rt..ti.i:MM a r . 1 nri2lioi!
IJ UUUUIU UUU MJV"
Trust Sale of Valuable CHr Properljrv
virtue of a mortage with power to . se'l, .TvSa
by Et. ward Lawrence to the City BMiu
Association of Nashville, which W.vTS, t,
te Kegister's Office of Davidson county, In oo '
p ,ee 2. 1 i!l expose o sate at court boose yard f a
U Nashville, on Saturday, the 14th day '"ST;
t'ie bighet bidder lor easti, the proper y c w veyd a wa
rortgage.knovnas I ot So 10, and part of lst 1 V0
ltarnS-p?ao of Lots, btffinnlnf at the '"corner of
D ckson'a lot oi street, rjinmne; .orta-
tiact4d feet, thence at rieh. angles with "Wj'reeJ norta
aardiy 11 feet to a 10 foot .1 ey , thence we "d'y
nld alley 40 feet to Pickn's north "r
ssutbwarolyU'feet thi beginn.nir, on "J?ZJ
erec ed a good double brick tenement, together wita oa.
kTnV- gut of Redemption is e.prc-Ij
Valuable Land for Sale.
t WISH to ,ell the farm wher. I oow liv.. eontaun lag
I about two hundred and ninety -erea, l
mile.SoutlKsst from Nashville, between j.
Murfreesboro Turnpike and the Nashville t'?2?
Railroad: u part ef th. land fronts cn said "J
a half mile, and a part lies within two "undred f
the Railroa'd. Th. place i. well toP"
dwelling snl out hoa; good water and orchard I of both
Apple and Peach trees, and oiber fruits. The .land M
and under K-VC
ekJd wiU Cedar rails, ha. an abundance of wood, and to
everyway a re.ir.ble plantation, beang admitted one of
the most h.-a!th situation, in Davidson coanty.
Tho-e w shing to buy a gooi Pean -- .. r"
would do well to call soon, as I am . b. rTrecnUa.
eivs . barrain. Apply to tb. sub- critef M.tf"
or to Jam,. H. McDonald, Esq., '
street; or 'o NANCfc A .
'a. H. WALLACE.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS!
B. R. CUTTER,
So. S6 & 69, Corner cf College ard Broadway,
HAS received his .lock ol BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, and
TitCT-Ks, for the Fall and Winter Trade, consisting
. n part ac loHows, vit :
Forladifs, Misses ami Cliildreu.
Ladies fine Kid and Mo. Bootees, thin and thick Bole, wills
heei,' plain and trimmed;
4: " Lasting Gaiters, side and front laced, with.
44 " Conpreis 44
44 44 Kid 44 Buskins and Frcnt Ties;
Mis. " 44 and Mo. Slippers and Bootees;
44 and Child. Lasting Gaiters and
Child, fine Kid and Mo. thick and Pump Sole,
4! Faney 44 44 Boots and Hipper;
Women's extra slse Kid Boots huiklns, Ac;
44 44 Mo. 44 and
f ervants' heavy Calf, Kip and Mo., etra sises;
For Gents and Boys.
Gects'fir e Pegved and l.aced Boots;
4 " 4' Water proof 44
" 44 " Opera 44 "I
" p.i., Kid, and Buckskin Cong Gaiters;
u t .t Ox lord Tie;
tt tt a Rrrtad Strap Shoe, pump and welt;
At B. K. Ct'TTER'fl,
No. 86 and r 9, corner of College and Broodway.
N, v. 7. hLMtS
Boys, Youths and Children's
tINF. Cl If Boots, B.oges and Oxford Ties;
1 Mens" Boys' and Youths' Coarse Broge. and Boots ol
the best ouality and extra .iscs, mad. ")J
for service, by nov T. B.1L CtTTEH.
Hats and Caps for Men, Boy. and Chil
dren. IRF0E1VLD Afreet from te manntactorles. al) the lat
eststjlesof Fall ard Winte. H ATS, es-nsist'ng -o part
of the best Cas iuiere Sufi Fur Hat, of qal:ies. Also,
a full assoitmeqt of men4 and bois' Wool Hst. Wl 1 b
sold on the most reasonalle terms for cah, or to Punctual
dialers B. H. t-1 Tlfc.lt,
No. tti and 5'i, corner of Broadway and CUlege st. 1
i.EAi in:it HEirixu.
3 A All Fr ET on hand, of all siae. from 2 to IS
,),UU' ' inches wide. An extra lot of strong lace
Leather, all of which 1 invite the attention of sll planters
and marhmigt to the above articles, w hich will be soid on
th best termf forcaah.al No. 86 and 69, corner Of Broad.
way and CtHege street.
B. It. CUTTIR.
BRAD SHAW & RUTLAND,
o. 14, College Street,
HAVE just received their FALL and WINTER STOCK
of BOOTS AND SHOE j, which coosiua In part of tho
I or .Uadles, blisses and Clslldreu.
I-adies 0 ie Kid and Morocco Bootees, thick and thi
so'e, with and without He.ls.
La.nes fine black Lasting Gaiters, siJe and front lace;
" Conirresstiaiters, with and without he.BH
Kid Slit pent, plain and trimmed 44 44
" nd Morocco Buskin, thick and thin so.o;
Misses 44 44 44 Bootees 44
with and without Ueels;
" 44 lllack and .Fancy lav-ting Gaiters;
41 Calf s nd Goat Heeled Bootees for school;
Children's tid and Morocco B sotees, thick and thin solar
44 44 ankle Ties and Rosetu;
44 4 4 Top Bootees, with Ueels;
Women's extra sue Ca'l and Goat 1 ootees;
Servant's 44 44 Kip and Dutch Bootees;
tt tt " Calf and Goat, with Heels.
For Cents aud Hots.
Oent's fine Pump and Stitched Calf Boots;
44 4 4 quilted bottom W.P. 44 44
44 44 ;oubl. sol. W.P. 44 44
44 44 'alf st'tched. Calf Congress Gaiters;
44 44 couble sole P. L. 44 44 .atra;
44 44 44 44 Union Ties, sewed and pesged;
44 44 Calf Oxford Ties, stitched 44 44
4 4 44 Cloth Congress Gaiter, stitched
Boy's fine W. P. Call Boots, tewed and pegged;
44 44 Calf and Kip Hoots;
44 44 44 Oxford Tie, tewed aad pegged,
44 44 44 C ougres Gaiter;
44 44 Cloth aod P. L. Congres- Gaiter.
Xnlck Uroaraiiss Hoots.
Fxtrahesvy Brogans for plantation use,
Men' heavy BooU;
All of vh rb wil b sold cheap by
Cf. BRADrJMAW A RUTLAND.
Trnnks, Valises' and IBonnet Boxes.
Ladles' extra sue roi l eather Trunks;
u 44 44 Traveling 44
44 44 sol. leather Bonnet Boxes;
Gent's 44 44 44 Trunks;
44 4 4 Hog Skin 44 Iron Frame;
Ashland i nd Steel Spring sole leather Valises;
Abo, heavy Wool Hats, Carpet Bag, Satchels. Black
Bags. c. i.ll th. above article will be soM al the very
W rrtt.. by BKAD.HAW k RUTLAND,
ki , . ..i . .
OctO. U'ga ot the Negro.)
IIAftK OF .tASIIVILLL.
I TTlC have a complete stock of Groceries, consisting ia
VV partof ,
ral(, AVblaky, rvatls. Caudles,
Tea, Cigars, Tobacco, Brandies, Ac, which, with Bale,
Rope, Bagguig, and J bale of Augusta Drills, all ol which
we will sell at reasonable rates for Bank of Nashvllie.fNotos,
or for oertifi.d checks of deposit.
W. have also soma eesirabl. city and Edgefield property
which w. wi l dispose of on favorable terms In ths same
way. Applj to
s Man., un I v A fl
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Ul Etnvtt ith.Bttention or Merchant and Trader i g s I
orally looor large stock of
School Books and Stationery.
AT WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL,
At prises hich cannotiall to plsass. Oar stock si
Is oo lari., and w. will sell at vsry low mtsTfJ
orijra to tho. who buy to sell again.
TaACaxaa would do well to examine our
unrk. W. aill suaka special arrangement
to supply school. STEVENSON k EVANS, AgeaU,
augiJ ly Eaatslds rsblic Squars.NsoibviUs.
a. a. eouns.
sam. bm-as) a
GOODE & BLACK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Joaa O. jAJtaa. rr.'t. O. D. J.sss, C.sbi.
BAiNK OF COaMaMKRClC
Deals laslgl.t and tlm. Bnts.Ooldaad Bllvsr isdCntsi
rent Bank Note. makcicoUectlons In all parts ot th. c.aa
try, willgiv.tb. kigt.est saark.t pries for Land W arras I
sad paflntaras so depsw'.te.. l.alS.
D It . K M A H TI N
X0, t SCRTH SPSCCS ST.,
NASH VILLL. TEW!4!.
IKON, NAILS ATtD CASTINGS.
1A liiirt LlM- lro WWssbarr.
XUiUll livO krg Nadsvtd;
thi ton Casting, by
Ootia. R. C. SANDY.
SALT, T All Ann llOM.t,
1111 eo. Salt;
li-o belt. N. CaisUaa Tar;
too - Kowto, by
K. C. BAXDT.
WltlSK., VIIIK , t IllSK V.
-f rBL. JaUu Ssullh4 Resajrv;
JBL Vs c rayo.4 SUvfcrt.. Coanty;
Aad atl ai"ides la U uroeery Use.
K. C BANDY.
rHE eitlasas of Nashville sow kev. aa apport.aHy ot
pi.vidii thBiiv with a tail .apply of ovOD
COAL lor th s wim, by applieaUoa h uaderatgoad,
or to 1. M. L Aj aiss.st i... ktaa tal oaV.. Nahilis
taJ Cbatlanjoga Railroad Dep..
aegis if. C. st,H. MARTIN. Ag.aU
The Excelsior Cera and Ccb -Mill
HAS Jvl rweelv4 U highl pnauum at th. grrat
Natsoasi Itrsi Usiiiiiu. aad mi al th. ft.v eti.
Fair atClaatasv.U,'' Uo Utus tssa!, aud Au.as
S'tlis a4at ked ' Cra aad Oak, ty., Ossl , Aa,
futraock iui to aiusaiag auy aa, tti,tUris. .
. . ' ta .IrSsc. oss M r.a..ssi al a co-. of
j lSra,o dol'r., isca-i Cast pfal- tr las 0(h.r sorUoos)
4 r aratatd ,'''". with tw pair f g-1 iJit.g rinss foe
, Cft.OutUM. tr -'- AjJ.ot. woile4 lo sU th. atujrs
L . ' J C. BALDWIN A :0..
i .f stl.aaSot t7 Coikg. S'.r,.t,Nahvdi.
tt'I will fa v tkas hishossl ssasrk.l pne m Ch fur 6a-ub
l rwd su wo ( sua- HMn.jaiw (let. ery.
JOiiN.'.4, lAVt.i k CO.