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SATOI-OAY, RIU'TEJUJU 20, ISCC.
t'j -THE CITY,
Onr large circulation compels us to co to rresg
at an early lieur every night, and hereafter ad
vertlwrg raot have in their favors before 8 o'eleak
r. v. Those that cemo after that hoar eannet he
placed under the properly classified headings.
bo divine service at the Church of the Ad'
at. this (faauirday) m&nnrM?, ,aL 10
OFPIOE T50A11D OF llKALTH, JvASH VILLF,"
S,iiUimbor 27, 1806. Report uf Mortuary
Committee for the lat twenty-four Hours,
ending 7 o'cIocTc P. m., September 28th:
Deaths .from cholera-.-. ,-fl
" from other causae - 14
Wfiites 14 ; colored, 21. "Faupera 10. -By
order of the Board of Hpolth.
a broth e.m. dt cniHiuco.
' ' a At a meeting of the Board of Education
held last night, it was deemed prudent to
delay the re-opening of the pdblic Bchools
-until Monday, October Sth next.,
P.S. Fall, President.
Saturday, Sept. 20th, J80S.
Caitain Godsiiall. The many friends
of tlii.i gentleman "will regret to loarn that
nv aate assumeu on yrsieraay an tiniavora
. bio turn, and that his rccovoryis considered
Bbv. S. D. Baldwin. This distinguish
ed clergyman was yesterday (stricken with
chelera. We arc glad to state, however, that
.'"aLtliit writing, ho is not regarded as dan
A DiMArroiNTitENT. A large nuniber of
river men, friends of CBO.'Cooriiit the well
known pilot, who died of cholera on Wed
nesday last had made arrangements (o
attend Ills funeral on Thursday. By some
" misunderstanding, the funeral took place at
nine, instead of eleven o'clock, as Uurgcntlc
' rrfen had been led to believe. This circtim
jitanee prevented their attendance. They
' f&Tthat this notice is necessary to set ilieui
. right, as they had intended, In a'l&dy, to
aeosmpany the remains of their late friend
to the cjyrtctory. t
Pioiit. Two young bloodgpquarcd tliem
Kolvefl for a " mill," on Cherrjr street,, yes
Urday aflornoon, .but before the first round
was" finished, a policeman broke up the sport,
and convayed the young botligorcnt coupie
,' to, the; police headquarter, where they were
" required to give bonds for their appearance
this morning before the Recorder.
In a Bad Fix A friend at our elbow,
who hag been a close ,dbsorvcr of tho mor
tuary rejiorU, on reading tho report pub
lished tlds morning, became fuddenly
alarmed, and exclaimed : "For four weeks
I have successfully studied how to keep
oloar of tho cholera, and now I am stared in
the face by an epidemic I never before heard
.pT, nor do I.know how to escape it." Wo.
. ' asked him what he meant- lie significantly
' placed his finger on "Other Causes, "14:"
A noon cook, washer unci Ironer, coming
properly recommended, Can get a good home
and fair wage-i, by immediate application at
, lhiiofljee, ,A wlr'43 woman preferred.
PtmiiTii WAitD.Onr friorid John Mil
lmi, who is a candidate for Councilman in
the Fourth Ward, went up in the jkUbdn
yesterday for tho express purpose of looking
tlovr-his constituents ho not, being rblo to"
walk ovor tho entire Ward so he took afl
""vantrige of tho ascension. Jons says if
jjpyuruvono.who waved their haU at him will
oome up and vote for him, he will be elected
by a very large majority.
Sunt to thh Woiikhousk. A nogro
, jmnied Isaac Cuiilkv. whs detected Thurs
ttey ovonlng, iii the act of walking OlT with
twe pairs of shoes, the proparty of Mr.
,ir7nsc:niuno. Enquire WilicijJson fcii-
(iMiewl him to tho workhouse foDnDCventy
A Tl IlllUTKTO ONE OI'TII IlLo WJ.Y. ALI.SH
Foitn, n colored man woll known in this city,
.- t.diid yesterday of cholera, after a short ill
ness. He was formorly a servant of the
writer of this parigraph. He was always
"faithful, humble and oliedicnt; upright and
correct in his dealings; a christian man, who,
' when his new sphere of duty as a frccdman
was thrust upon him, labored honestly nnd
diligently tomipport his family, and fell at
his work. Ho died in the confidence and'
oxteeui of those with whom he had spent
his life and labor, receiving their best atten
tion; and with the respect of all of every
ol.uty who know him. Peace to his ashes,
and a tcuiporing of the winds of adversity
to those he loaves behind him.
Bask Ball Match pok Tnn CnAiPtojs
. 9HIP. The Cumberland and Rock City Base
Ball Clubs will play their champion game
tb'day at three o'clock, near Fort Qillcni
.! An oxeitlng contest is anticipated.
In." Qu Thbatiu;. "The Six Degrees of
Crime" is annouueed fer to-night, tho enter
tainmwil to clw with the faroe of "Tlio
"- " Swiss Cottage.'' Tho entire star slock com
pany will appear. Doii't fall to attend, apd
take ywtr friends along with you.
Thk Crev w. the MBTitorourrAN V
TliUK CoMMONKii9. Chancellor Camp
s'' titiKii. has rendered his deeisiey on the
inetien of the defendants in this ease, to
' -Mllfwfrlv th Injunction restraining them
' 'frkm eutsrfHg uofi their duties, as provided
. by the net of thVir creation. The motion is
,deilinl, and th injunction continued till the
final hearing. The opinion is a very elabo
rate ana, and reviews thoroughly and with
' . tgrtt ability all the grounds relied on by
both parties. The Chancellor held that
th object of the Mill being to restrain the
ODtamtatotftrs from acting, through the
mean of the injunction, it wouhl be wholly
i ;deAled, by dutsolving it, in- Umitte ; and
u' that a irreparable ittjury might aric from
it, jtsttice requires ilmt the whole question
filial 1 be determined only on a full ami final
- Iteiirlug, when it can 1e dlwso-lved altogether
or Iliad prpotiial. Th emtittfeftality
of the law creating the "MetropolitAn
Police" was referred to, Iwt all questie-n as
to the aWolut m arils of th ease were re
wwl unUl a ittal hearing.
Convbyho IN ClTHIMI. The Rlfl.ll
hmmuI papers are oowptaiHiHg that negroes
Iwy the oiothe of soldUro who have diet! of
. . .ph el ftraittd, ml them aaaiii. Thsx name
neas where the dtese IieMbeen
conveyed to mttflfceted looalittes, mhI eetn
, mHnleated to utany TfawHlw. - Tkay rtrefi
4mtly lnt that Mtch cUMhlng sSHMihl be
A quaint writer says: "I have wen wowen
detloaU thai ihef were afrttiJ (o ride for
f&ar 'of the ltore runnint away; afraid to
Mil. for fear the boat might uitset; afraid to
""'walk, for Tear the dew wight fall; hot I never
saw one afraid to be married, which is far
mere riakful than all three put together.
Hmoriu The u&4 of the Kaiekerbeeker
Life Iasurasee Company of Nesr Ystrk, aaU the
Aeetdent law ranee CkhipahtW Olumhui. Ohio
Is rtmaved to the Expross HaUJin-. opposite
' Haseote HalL
KtwlthstaodiBf the prevaleMe of aa epidam
ie la our midst, those companies are crowded with
business in taking risks, through their acenU.L,
F. BOOTH and J. F PEARL C all botireen the
boars of 8 x. it. el . iep22-5t
Up In Titi! CtotfrK. We've been there.
We took l?rpf. IIAlapflor pnj ejjeial pro-
teation, jrterday atornobri, any .ascended
as far toward the heavens as the cable would
permit. Wc were at the end of that rope,
and are of -opinion we felt more at ease than
some other individuals who have swung at
the rope's end. The sensation wag delight
ful swaying lo and fro in the. ponderous
basket attached "to the balloon; nnd the
scenery spread out before us was truly en
chanting. The river, the railroad, the citv,
wllh Ite 'iltaisands of shade Jreesand promi
nent public buildings, the surrounding coun
try, dotted here and there with a clump nf
woods, all presented a spectaolc of 'grand'
cur that any description we might give
.would fail to do proper justice. It must'
be seen to be appreciated. We, therefore,
advio rfur friends to take passage with Pro-
'fessor Hay, and we arc-confident they will
land ori7ma firma with trr cater pride in
xr 1 sii 1 .1 1: . .1 ;
iiusiiiiLii: unu iueMjrreuiiuing.L'OUiury man
they ever before entertained.
This afternoon at four o'clock, tho Pro
fessor will cut loose and take a trip over the
country. It will be a delightful voyage
through tho air, and jerfectlyv safe lo the
voyagers. We understand there is room
for one or two persons,"who may desire to
go. Applications can be made to Professor
Hay, at the enclosure pn Market Btreet.
Disorderly Soldieks. On Thursday
ovening a party of five or six soldiers, mem
bers of the FiRh Regular Cavalry, gat on a
spree, and committed a series of depredations,
disturbing the peace and quiet of the deni
zens of Smokey Row, the favorite resort of
roughs and vagabonds of every hup. One
of their exploits was entering the brothel of
Molue May, and stealing therefrom a valu
able pfoture; another, the stopping of a ne
gro man and demanding "money to buy a
bottle of whisky, and severely beating'the
poor wretch because ho wa3 too poor to com
ply with their demands. The cries of the
negro brought down tho police, when the
bold soldier boya" took to their heels. The
ring-leader, howuver, was top heavily bur
dened with Mollie May's pictnre, and he
fell into the hands of the officers of the law.
Hc.gave ;lns name as Danihi. Eldiudoe,
aniL was' yesterday tried before , Esquire
WlKiNfiON, who fined 'him $48 and sent
lain to the workhpiue. None of the others
have yet been captured. The Fifth Cavalry
is in a fair way to lose tho reputation i t once
sustained of being a quiet and Orderly regi
merit. Scarcely a morning passes but some
of its mcmbors arc before tlie 'municipal
court fdr' violating thcpcacc of tho city.
RBCnDnn's Court. Thirteen delin-
q 11 cnts answered at the municipal court yes
terday morning. Fines and coats assessed
amounted to $253, the grcater part of which
will bo liquidated at the Pattehsonxan In
stitute, on the banks of the Cumberland.
Two Hebrews, named Daniel Joiidon
and Simon Buuner, charged with disorder
ly conduct, wore mulcted in S9 apiece.
G. II. Woodward, , disorderly conduct,
TJboiioe Wni'RTON and. D. Jordan, col
ored, using language calculated to "provoke a
breach of tho peace, fined $9 apiece, .and
' sent to the workhouse in default of payment.
Robert Hailby, drunk 9. -
A. MeUrett and W. A. Tackett, cre
ating a disturbance in a house of ill-fame, in
consideration of its being their first appear
ance before the court, were let off for $14
Daniel Eldridce, a member of the
Fifth Cavalry, acted very badly, and was re
quired to answer to two charges : First. stot-
ping a negro on the highway and demanding
enftugh money to replenish an empty whis
ky bottle. Second, larceny of a very fine
pleture from the house of Mollie May.
He. wns,fined $24 in each case; He went ta
Isaac Curley was sent to the workhouse
seventy-two days for stealing to pair of shoes
.from a merchant named IIirscururg.
Eumund Woods, colored, was arrested
for 'disorderly conduct, and attempting to
shoot the officer in the discharge 'of his
duty.' Fined $51 and snt below.
J. -II. Brioham, for the honious ofTenseof
getting drunk on Printers alley, was fined
$0, and advised lo hereafter confine his
drunks to loss respectable localities. .
Marriaqe Licenses, issued during the
weok ending Eriday, Sept. 27, 1RGC ;
Abraham S Campbell and Fanny A.
Wra. M. Green and Josie Searcy.
Edmund F. Mullikcn and Margaret R.
John K. Smalloy and Sophia Rolfis.
Real Estate Transfers. The follow
ing real estate transfers wore made during
the week ending, Friday, September 28,
W. P. Hardino. to Jno. E. Harding,
deodof lands in Aakansas.
John Harding and wife to John E.
Harding, deed to lands in Arkansas.
F. M. Allen to John W- Smith, deed
of lot in Harding's Addition, $500.
John E. Hardino to J. M. Harding,
deed of lots in Harding's Addition, $8,200.
John E. Harding to Wm. P. Harding,
dced.tf lota in Harding's Additiqn,$3,200
John E. Hardino to Thomas J. Hard
ing, deed of loti in Harding's Addition,
T. J. Handing and wife to" John E.
Harding, deed of land in Arkansas, $3,-
F. GamBron, wife, and others, to Chris
tian It CWiibeling, deed of lot incity,
si: . - ' i
- A. AW Johnson, Jr., to JoirN'McMuL
i.kn, deed of lot in EdgcGold, $4,0fi0.
Castriix Viritk. Ladies ean have visitinc
oh nil exwH?d almost pquatto eepporplate print
intr, and at one-half tho tho cost, hj t ondln; their
o piers to the olSeo f the Umox and Amkricak.
finii? firm of MBRnrrr and hill
L in tlrVs dar uinsolved by rautual eaosvnt.
Thomas J. MkbIt reltrinc. Junx W. HitL alone
is authorised to settle up the nusinco nf the firm.
JOHN V. HILL.
In reUriNj. I jelieit fr my sueeesors. Messrs.
JiwkW. Hill.V Co.,'sreoBlnnatWm of tho vcrr
liberal patronage extcoQed to earlita firm.
Mli-lw T1I0S. J. MEHHITT.
JOHN W. HILL & CO.
(srccHSFORB to y F.HfiiTT mtt),
NO. 17. OITUKOH STREET,
orrcstTE uAxwn.1. iwcst.
XANHV1I.I.EE, .... TEXXESSnE,
Wall- Papen .WindowShades
Porllr Yarc PactT. Su yur Fsuit Can
and Glass Jan in asy quarttr. at the lowest !
wholeul prioc! U. AVWMjW Co,
aulS Ira o.l7 Owlegest
Bosjkr Baaj. No. 3 Public S-jusrc, offer far
laM tVrrras and purs pineTar.
Notice to MiftCETKas. Threugh the exceed
ing JUjeraHtx of Iho Oily 0B. th reaU ftr
stalls for the last quarter have been reduced fifty
percent, provided these ia arrears will come for
ward promptly and pay up. They will have to
ds this to bring thetMeUes within the benefits
eeatrmpUted by the Coooeil.
MtOMw J TItOS. MCCARTHY, Clerk
A PROMISOR? NTKDIUWN HENRY
iV M Uf NEK to the order of Wm. Mc hinney.
rotW.rtdE,. ... HJ."s..ti respcctfudly Hefted.
w c are aothonted to announce W. aintu
Brown as a candidate for ro-cloction as Mayor,
at tho ensuine election.
M'k are anthorized to announce IX. G. Scovel
as a candidate Tor Mayorat the cosaloc election
Ho are authorized lo announce Robert
Tlioini.fioii as a candidate for re-election for
Alderman of the First Ward, at the ensuing mu
We are authorized to announce Ceo. S. Kin
ney as a candidate for rc-eleftipn as Alderman
in the Second Ward.
- We are authorized to announea f nines Slonii
as a candidate for Alderman from the Third Ward,
at tho ensuing Municipal election.
We authorized to announce A. D. Crelchton
as a candidate for re-elect ton forNAldermon from
the Fourth Ward, at tho ensuine cleelIbaFT'
e are authorized to announce R II. Cheat
bain as a candidate lor Te-election as Alderman
of the Fifth Ward at the ensuing election.
- We authorized to announce Ja. A. C'lilltou
aJ a candidato-for Alderman of the Seventh Ward,
a&tho trjulnc election.
Arc arc authorized to announce Dr. C A.
BroiUc, as a candidato for re-clcction as Al
derman for the Seventh Ward.
M'earo anthorized to announce Jobn Coltnrt
as a candidato for Councilman from tho First
Ward, at the ensuing Municipal election.
Wo are authorized to announco ICC Jenkins
a candidato for ro-clection at Councilman from
the Second Ward.
Wo aro authorized to announco Benton
Bnowricnas a candidate for Councilman from
tho Second Ward, at the ensuing election.
Wo aro authorized to announce a-ni- aisn
as a candidate for Councilman, from tho Second
Ward, at the ensuing election.
Wo aro authorized to announco Jan. J I. Br I en
as a candidate for re-election as Councilman from
tho Third Ward.
Wo aro authorized to announce IC J. Morris
as candidate a for Councilman, from the Third
Ward, at the ensuipg election.
Ws aro authorized to announce ir. uco. 11.
Rcld as a candidato for Councilman, from tho
Third Ward, at tho ensuing election.
Wo are anthorized to announce T. W. Horn
as a candidate lor rc-ciecuon as vouncwoan 01
... . . . f
tho Third Ward at tho ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce Jolin Sillier
as a candidato for Councilman 01 me rourui
Ward, at the ensuing election.
Wr are authorized to announco John Tx'II-
ycl Us as a candidate for re-election as Council
man from tho Fifth Ward, at tho ensuing election,
yfz are authorized to announce A. J. Duncan
as a candidato for re-election as Council man from
the Fifth Ward, at the ensuing election.
Ws aro authorized to announce Plilncns
as a candidato for Councilman from
Ward, at tho ensuing election
We aro authorized to announce J.W. Wilson,
as a candidato for Councilman of tho Sixth Ward
at the ensuing election.
Ws authorizedjto announco B. S. Risen, as a
candidate for Councilman of tho Seventh Ward,
at the ensning election.
Wk are authorized to announce W. S. Donnl-
Taut as a candidate? for Councilman of tho
Seventh Ward, at tho ensuing election.
Wk aro authorized to announce Br. C. K.
AVinslon as a candidate for Councilman from
the Eighth Ward, at the ensuing municipal cloc
tien. . WK.are authorized .to announco Mnrfln C
Cotton as a candidate for re-election as Coun
cilman, from the Eighth Ward at tho ensuing
Mb. Scovel's AcCEPTiNce. Byroferenco to
the following correspondence, it will bo seen that
Mr. H. G. Shovel consents to boa candidate for
tho offico of Mayor at the ensning election:
Nashville, Tens.., AdoustIS. H. G. Scovel,
Esq. Dear Sir: Wc, tho undersigned citizens
of Nashville, confiding in your Integrity and abil
ity, and bcHovlng that you would provo to bo
most acceptable to tho loyal voters of the city, do
earnestly solicit you to become a candidate for the
Mayorality of Xashvillo at tho coming municipal
election. Very .respectfully.
J. J. Nagle,
J. B. Mitchell.
S. P. Smith.
II. N. Cramer,
Geo. E. Cooper,
J. G. Sawyer,
T. S. Henderson,
J. J. Swiggart,
Fred. W. Sparling,
W. II. Sloan.
T. S. Henderson,
Thos. Kenedy, '
R. G. Barr.
J. J. Bashnell,
W. L. Hough,
1). C. Gamble
II. T. Colkins,
M. B. Blonsc,
W. St. A. Gavitt,
C. C. Abston.
Wm. C. Clark,
Erasius J. Nelson,
W. II. Harrison.
Geo. W, Evcrott,
B. F. Cook,
D. W. Glaasic.
Jos. A. Burr,
Chas. W. Smith.
11. A. Walker. .
11. C. Smith.
W; D. Falkncr. "
E. I Cone.
A. A. Carter,
W. I). Dnrrif.
S. G. Wood,
J. W. Dolbear,
Gen. W. H. Shatter.
James S. Hull,
II. M. Bramble.
J. B. II. Smith.
W. HvH. Avers.
Chas. K. llenodicL
r r. M ftise.
James N. Owens,
E. A. Otis,
J. T- Ingall.
W. W. Woodmanscc,
John II. Barth.
JJ. II. Mason, nnd many others.
VL.1.111. B.n t -tan. ir.... 71 n n.'.L.
. A tl 1 1 , 4 I 1. 1 . UV('H V, AVUW. "I."" ' . . lilt, u,
,An SchiwrnUr. Jo: A: ltarr. Ohat. H". Smith.
ami other Gentlemen . Your pressing and compli
inentnrycall upon me to become a candidato for
tho Mayoralty of tho city of Nahvilleis received,
fur which, in connection with tho expression of
cnn&denco nnd utccin, you will pleaso accept my
Thuugh it has been my desire to decline tho
onors. cares nnd resnonsibilitiesof nublic official
position, the call as above made, together with all
tlio important issues therein involved, induco mo
hereby to accept.
You will permit mo to stato, that a rcsidenco
among this people and in this city of twenty-eight
years, tins approaching .November, 1bo0, had so
mnrouguiy acquainted us, and interwoven onr
interests as to induco mo to bcliovo that to resort
to the ordinary applirnccs to secure election, viz:
tumping or canvassing tho city, "treating" to
liquor or beroaigcs of any kind,
tinn. or denouncing the n resent Chief Executivo
of this city or the City Legislature, would be a
work of supererogation, and compiomising tho
dignity, honor nnd intelligence, and moral and
religious worth of tlio people of this city, and do
ing Violence ta the convictions of jujtioo and pro
priety. Confiding in tho abounding good senso of this
people, and awaiting their decision, whatever
that may be, I am, with kind regard, very truly,
etc., II. G. Scovel.
sepI4-sw till scp. .
HAYOIfS I'BOCIiAJIATIOX. ,
Mayor's OrrioK. 1
Nasztvillx, September 13, ISO).
In obedience to an ordinance of the Board of
Health, passed September 11th, and certified to
me by the proper officers, nnd in pursuance of the
Health Law, passed June 23d, 1S0G, empowering
the Board to decido " what constitutes a nuisaneo
or thing prejudicial to the health of tho commu
nity," and making it their duty to "so declare and
mako order to tho proper officers for its abate
ment," I hereby interdict, until tho repeal of this
ordinance, the selling or offering for salo for con
sumption, within the limits of this corporation, of
the following named articles, to wit: melons of
every kind, peaches, apples, cucumbers, cabbage,
corn and fresh fish.
Tho City Police haro Instructions under this
proclamation to enforco this ordinance, and report
all violations thereof to bo dealt with under tho
penalties of the law as provided.
In addition, I am requested by the Board of
Health to rocoinmtnd to citizens to abstain from
tho use of cider, ale, beer and malt liquors, until
farther instructions from the Board,
W. MATT. BROWN, Mayor.
Kisnviixa. September 11, 1S. 1
In compliance with angulation of the Board of
Health communicated to me by the proper officers,
and in pursuance' of the Cth section of tha Health
Law, passed Juno 23d, 1SCG, which Is in the fol
lowing words, lo-wit ; M All persons are required
to obey tho ordinances, precepts, regulations and
requirements of said Beard delivered through the
proper officers, and whoever shall fail, neglect, er
refuse to do so, shall forfoit and pay to the city
net less than Cro nor moro'lhan fifty dollars," I
do hereby order, that tho landlords and tenants in
theeerporation of Nashville. Immediately proceed
to use in privies and foul places on their respee
tivo premise, at least once a week, the disinfect
ing agents prescribed by the Board of Health.
The article with full directions for their uso ean
be obtained at every Drug Store In the city.
Persons uaable to purchase them, on application
at the Mayor's oEce from 9 A. . till i r. if., or
at the Board of Health office at 10 x. 11. and
7 r. will be furnished with aa order upon any
Drugstore in. the city to issue them at the ex
piaaeof th&city. -. , ,
The City Police bsve instructions to enforce a
ttmt observance of thi Older.
sepll W.TATT. BROWN. Mayor.
No. iNoxrn Cnraar SrestT,
"FT.J.USir RETORXED FROM NEW YORK
Ant -tn 1 v oVebcoatings.
Asa will be hiEDv in ).;. ..j
CBJtomen. satisEcd that h , u..,r,r7ZZ
MONETARY MP COMMERCIAL
vmjs op ths. Uxtojf sp A"ica!.1
HilCBDAT..SiptcmVr 9. 1866. .1
JddsXTJJir. Gold opened in New Yorkyciter-
dajr at 144 was 143 at 130, and at 4 r. u. was
Tho rate here was 143 buying, and 145
Government Securities aro as follows:
5-3) s Registered 1083flK
o-jji, ioupons ... ......
2d and 3d series,...
7-30'.sV.J.... J : . --10&31I
Business continues very dull, and wo hear of I
only small transactions.
Exchange on New York is scarce, arid is sold
by the banks at H premium.
Bank of, Tenncrsco notes are bought at &Q. and
axo held at 55 cents, though some dealers are tell
ing at a fraction less.
Planters Bank is firm at 80 buying; and 83 cents
Union Bank is bought al 75 ceriti, and is held at
80with but little demand. -
Southern Bank notes aro unchanged in rate.
and are in but little demand.
Nniilivlllc Grocery nnd Prodnco Jlnrkcl.
Thero wa3 a sb'gbt improvement in trado the
past twenty-four haurs. Groceries' and produco
cro vcryfirm. The finer grades of flour have ad
vanced, one dollar per.barrel, and has an upward
tendency. We give the following quotations:
Floub. A full snply on hand, and in good de
mand: extra superfine at $9 0010: superfine
310 50011 00: extra $12 6013; family $U15, and
fancy 815.016 00.
, Whkat. Arrivals moro liberal. Wo quote:
32 152 3)forred.31 Yi)2in for Vivt:tAr.Mn.
$2 2002 30for amber and golncn chaff: $2 302 35
Cowee. Prices firm and in good demand Wo
?ot,:.2J?F2n. t0 KPd 26J427Mc; good to
fair 2710281: fair tn Tin me "nra3rv .1.11.
choice32c. " '
,5ICWn-Cnba'.5.13V5 porto Rico, 15
jas; icmarara, jxgusMc; new Orleans
imWAc. A coffee. ISKc slanrtTrrl h,,. W'
A1WUUK3. j.a jairuemana, ana mil supply. Wo
luote as follows: Whisky. JJourbon, per gal. $3 00
ii SO: Robertson Coantyi27.va500-
J-y iiraauy, xrenca oiu; uaiawb& Urandy
So(6; Ginffor Brandy $2603; Applo Brandy
i2505: Wine, Sherrr. 407.
BlCOK. Very littln in Tnnrlrnt. nnt
moct tho demand. We quoto: Sides 223i23:
V. -, 1 -: nanam. t 11 iniMi.
uauis, piuiu, .yy9M$ saouiucrs 1H3IV.
Laed Tierco 22r kcir2U3a24.
Candles. Star, light weight, 12c; summermould
So 50 for sixes: $7 0 for sevens: parafine 40t5e.
Salt. 7 bushel barrels 84 50; 5 bushel bar
rels 3 zj.
Hides. Green, 84k Green Calf. 10c; Grecn-
saiieu, axietvc; bailed Vatr, 10c; mint, very scarce,
Leather Oak Sole$ft40(50e: nemlock HJb
3S45c; French Calf i4 doz$60S0; French Kip.
uozen saaonu American Uall t dozen $48153;
Upper 1 dozen S4050; Harness ? lb045c:
New York Money ainrkct.
New Yosk, Sept 2S. noon. Gold opened at
144 and closed at H4?4. Money easy at 3S per
cuuu uii van tuaiis. oiening excaango nrm ana
quiet at , 10310S$. Government stocks a shade
belter. Jfrcignis to lilverpool quiot,
Xcvr York Money nud Stock Market.
New Yo&k, Sept 23. Tho Post's money article
says the dullness m general business has nrodnced
the effect of stimulating. tho spesulativo manifes
tations in stocks in Wall street. The loan market
is externally easy, ana the rates tend to favor tho
borrower. The stock market is very active and
buoyant, and tho general speculative movement
which has evidently boon preparing for some
timo appears to bo commencing. Government
securities are strong. The C's of '63 have risen to
136, on an unfounded report that tho Government
is buying tbem up. 10-4U s are active and sold up
to y0J. For7-30's thoro is loss inquiry. Stato
stocks are firm. Railroad shares are externally
active, with a strong upward tendency. North
western shares aro considesably tho strongest.
iew xoric central lis. iicmgan central 112?
Erie 78. Hudson 124K. Illinois Central 12H
Foreign oxchango is without much activity. Bills
at 60 days on London are quoted at 1071G7.
Commercial paper 10S103& bankors' do, short
New York Cotton Mnrkct.
New York. SeDtember 23. Cotton activo and
advanced kio ; 33c for middling uplands, and 40
iur uu. vricuns.
New York Mnrkct.
New Yonr. Sent. 23. Flour without decided
change-S OOS10 00 for extra State; $10 012&0
lor extra v. 11 u; and iz -jwi 40 lor trado
brands, closing auieL ' Wheat without decided
ehanee. $1 00 for old Ohio snnnr: S ' 50 for old No.
2 Milwaukee. Rye without decided chango31l 05
for western. Barley activo SI 251 35 for Stato
Corn irregular .and l&2a better, and closed linn
and steady ata lor interior, and tjitHOyJalorstiiD-
nine mixed western. Oats l2a better. Sales
92.000 bushels at 5556c. Whisky quiet at 4243e
In bond, wnee brm but quiet, sugar steady witn
very good demand at for Cuba; 1112
for Porto .Rico. Molaues steady but quiet. Pe
troleum auiet-and lower at 25C325K for crude.
4(VSU'i far rnfinnl in bond. AIcws oork cloyed nt
$33 00 cash, 531(431 25 old do, and ?Jy 75 lor prime.
Beef steady at previous prices. Bacon quiet at
16K for ribbed. Cut meats steady at 14K15 for
shoulders, and lB20c for hams. Lard steady at
iodine. Butter quiot at 2035 lor Ohio; 3asp
44cfor State, and 5055c for Orango county in
pails. Ubooso steady iwsiuaa.
Cikcixsati. Sent. 23. Flour firm, and 5c hlirher
sunerfino 810 60W11 : trado brands 811 50Ci&U:
and fancy S14815 00. Wheat quiet at at $275
ts tiuror i o. l Ted, and in cooa demand. Lorn
uicL bales at SJftssoo lor tio. 1: at close Hie.
lats droonins: at 45c for No. 1. and 40 cents for
No. 2 ltye scarco and firm. SI 10 for No. 1: choice
$1 15. Barley in demand at SI 40l 45. Whis
ky firm at 32 33 duty paid. Provisions dull gen
erally, but prices aro not :mucu lower. Mess
toric sxwsz . iiulK meats WswYi- liacon
GMi)20U for ahonlders and sides. Lard lower.
and offered rather prcssingly ntl7K. Butter firm.
ir 25o. Flax seed declined to S2 80.
Cotton active and hizncr. Middling advancod
10 UMOiC. UOld H4i.
St. Iiouls SInrkct.
St. Louts. ScDtcmbcr 2S. Flonr auiot and
steady. Wheat, buoyant, better grades higher;
prime S2 GO. Corn unchanged. Oats lower at 43
&i)52K. Pork heavy at 83 50. Bacon lower, clear
sides JX'OJUtfc. Lard declined, cboice Keg lliyi
20i. Whisky firm nnd uncuanged.
XcV OrlcniiM SInrkct,
Nkw OniitiKs. Sentemher SS.-Couon 'firm
Sales of 5.000 low middling at 353Gc. Iteceiptsfor
to-dny 4.1G3 bales. New lork oxcliangeJiCSJi dis
count, sterling nominal.
Louisvillr. ScDtcmbcr 23. Sales of 122 hhds.
tobacco at full rates. Flour excitod at $9 00 for
superune utioico brands, u ami 7a. i'rime
wheat Si t jJltxea corn koo, in bulk:, lists 4S.
Jlcss pork advancod to $32 25. Bacon, shoulders
clear sides 20?i. l'rimo lard in tierces 18&.
iiuw wnuicy 5. S3.
BOnrXBOS tkAthax, joiis r. wiiEl.rss.
UKUBT C. TRATlf AX,
Of Woods, Yeatnian .tCo.. Nashville.
YEATMAN & WHELESS,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
' General Commission Merchants,
71 CAItONDELET STREET. 71
Consicnmcnts solicited. Kefers especially to J
A. MeAlistcr & Co.. Woods, Yeatman A Co., and
Aiercnants generally di Jiasnviue.
LeMOLTSTE & WIL1GAMSON,
Office No, It North Cherry St., near Churchy
P. 0. BOX 375 .NASHVILLE.
T1LANS. SPECIFICATIONS AND - ESTI-
L MATES, promptly executed. ' A variety of
Drawings for Cottages. Villas, Hot Houses, Gar
dens. Parks, etc-, to Suit all localities and tastes-
an be seen at this office.
Notice to Planters and Others,
.liuTlng Cotton in tbe liands of
A. HAMILTON k CO.
o linro So tc ml Hundred Rules of
Cotton stcrod with us previous to the
first of January, 1SGG. and we nereby notuy tne
owners of said Cctton to make some other dispo
sition of it, on or before the first of November
next, as wo must wind tip our business by that
time, and will not any longer hold their Cotton in
A. HAMILTON 4 CO.
DAIRY FATUI FOR RENT.
rpHIS FARM IS ON THE WEST SIDE OF
JL Uroad Street, lust in tbe edge or tbe cur, and
nnant hn Mtialcl where the rectrr desires to sell
the milk In tbo city. There aro Forty Acres cf
Hieh Gardes Loam t Twenty Acre or Old Jiluo
Orass Pasture, alt under new aptank fence. The
Barn Is W by 30 feet, with a 12 foot (bed on thrco
Cdes, capable ef accommodating fifty cows. In
the Barn is a good Grift Mill, with Com and Cob
Brasher, and Cutting Knives attached. Thrro Is
also, a comrurtablu itAMti uyiiAUB. and a
nerer-IsJlinr well. The Cistern attached to the
arn is out ol order and win require rcoouaing.
Kent very Slodcrntc
IV EW GOODS.
JOHN BEOWNE, MEEOttmi
Corner Public Square aad Deaderiek Street.
TK TN RECEIPT OF HIS FALl. AND
rniSTEK STOCK OF GOODS.
Notice toHerchanta nl Shippers.
UNT1T, FITRTnRR NOTICE THE DEPOTS
of tha N . C. and N. AN. W.IUllrgads
will bo opened at 7 JO A. "d will be promptly
closed at I r K. jw itu.
General Freight Agent.
, ,.0D THEATRE! 4,s
Cherry Street, Between 'Ccdnrhnd Gay.
T. A. Dow
John S. BEBxasD-
Acting and Stage Manager.
.Leader of the Orchestra.
SATURDAY EVEXIXO, SEIT. 23tli
Will be presented the thrilling drain in six acts,
entitled the ' ' -NIX
DEGREES OF CRIME.
By tho Orchestra.
To conclude with the musical farce, of tho
. , . t Swiss Cottage.
Tho popular Tragedienne. Miss J K A X
II o f 31 i: K. is engaged and will shortly ap
Doors open at 7i-. Curtain will rise at 8 precisely.
Scale op Peices Lower Boxes. $6: Upper
lioies. sa: lircssmrcie anu raraucuc. 70 cents:
Uallcry, ill cents. Box ouice open from 111 a.m..
tin a P. v., wncn places can oe'sccuroa.
kAVIS BROADWAY VARIETIES.
CORNER OF BROAD AND CIIEitRY
STRErHS. J. I" DAVIS. Bole- Proprietor.
rr.. n iv.Aln.rr...ii.tn .if WhaIi. unxTnu
DANCES. FARCES. BALLETS. PANTOMIME.
Ac. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Performance eom-
at iircciselr. Peices:
Boxes $t to
Orchestra Chairs 50 cents; all otherparts'of
tho house 25 cents.
Cholera! Cholera!! Cholera!!!
1,00 0 BOTTLES
GRiEFENBURG DYSENTERY- SYRUP,
WHICn never fails m a few hours to cure
Cholera, Dysentery, Griping, Soreness, and
all other Bowel Complaints. It is recommended
by Hit. T. R. IIIIIUARD. Chairman of tho
Board of Health, at New York, who reports that
ho sent this medicine to the Quarantine Hospitals,
wnere ino unoiera men existed, butatcnut
not a single case was reported.
PRICE, SO CEXTS PER ROTXXE,
To bo had at TREPPAR1) Jfc CO.. College streoet.
whore all tho Grosfcnbcrg Mcdtcincs may bo had.
WALL , PAPER,
FKESCU, GESKAN, ENGLISH AND AMEEICAS, FIXE
UABBLE SATIX AND DECORATIVE PAPERS,
KEEXCII, CLOTH ASD PArEH, WITH FIXTDBES, nCNOj
BT GOOD WOEKVEX.
PIIOTO GRAPHIC GOODS,!
N'EW BCrFLIES COXSTANTLT BECXIVID. nE-lD-!
QUABTERS FOR THE SOUTHERN- STATES.
MERRITT & HILL,
47 Clitircll St., P. O. Box 1,000.
ARE YOU SICK. FEEBLE
and complaining? Aro you
out or order witb your system de
ranired and your feelings uncom
fortable 7 These symptoms are
olten the prelude to serious ill
ness, bomo nt or sickness is
crccmnir nnnn von. andshanld be
averted by a timelrnse of therizhtrcmedv. Take
Ayer s 1'ills, and cleanso out the disordered hum
ors nurily tbe blood, and let tho iluids move on
unobstructed in health ajrain. They stimnlate
the functions of the body into vigorous activity.
punly tne system lrom tbe obstructions wbicn
make disease. A cold settles somewhere in tho
body, and deranges its natural functions. These,
if not relieved, react unon themselves and tbe
surrounding organs, producing general aggrava
tion, suuenng and derangement, iv bile in this
condition, take AVer's Pills, and see how directly
tbey restore tbe natural action of tne system, and
with it the buoyant feelincr of hoalthairain. What
is true end so apparent in this trival complaint
apparent in mis trival complaint
many of tho dcen seated and dan -
is also true in i
Eiirous distcmncrs. The same nureative effect
expels them. Caused by similar obstructions and
uuKvuitjuu oi luo ufliuiiiiiuiibiiuua ui iuo uuuj,
they are rapidly and many of them surely cured
by tho same means. None who know the virtuo
of theso Fills will ncgloct to employ them when
suffering from the disorders they cure, such as
Headache, Foul Stomach, Dysentery, Bilious
fliimnlultitli Tnfttf.nctinn Tl.mnir.mAnt tif fliA
Liver. Costivc&ess. Constination. Heartburn.
Kheumatism, Dropsy, Worms and Suppression,
when taken in large dosos.
They aro Sutrar Coated, so that tho most sensi
tive can tako tncnrcasilyi nnd tney are surely tho
best purgativo modicino yet discovered.
Ayer'u Ague Cure,
For the upccily nnl ccrtnlu Cure of III
tcrmlttcnt Fever, or Chills nnd Fever,
Itcmlttcnt Fever, Chill Fever, numb
Acriic, I'crloilicnl Hendnclic or IJltlous
Ilcnlnclie, nnd Bilious Fevers; Indeed,
Tor the whole class or diseases origin.
ntlns In biliary dcrnnsremciit, caused
by tho malnrln or miasmatic coun
This remedy has rarely failed to cure tho sever
est case of Chills and Fever, and it has this great
advantage over other Azne medicines, that :t sub
dues the complaint without injur' to.the patient.
It contains no quinino or other deleterious sub
stance, nor docs it produco quinism or any injuri
ous effect whatever. Shaking brothers of tho
army and tho west, try it andyon will endorse
Prepared by J C. AYER i CO.-
Lawell. Massachusetts, and sold by
Druggists and osiilers every where at wholesale
and retail; in aasnvnioby
liERRVI DEMOYILLE 1c WHAKTON.
BY VIRTUE OF- A DECREE MADE IN
the' case of R. B. Cheatham and others v. K.
S. Cheatham and others, in tho honorable Chance-
r,' I,... rl nt Qnnnnfi.ltl 1 f If. Vnvnml.AF T.W
15, 1 will, on tne premises, on
SATURDAY, 3D OF A'OVFJinEK, 1S06,
sell to the higest bidder, on, a credit of -one,
two and three years, in equal payments but with
interest from date, that valuable and well known
property, lying in Cheatham county, Tennessee,
This nroDerty is to bo sold In order to close ut
an old partnership concern, and to make distribu
tion, some of tho parties having died. It consists
of some Thirteen Hundred Acres ofljind,
or more, is well watered and heavily timbered.
and bas on it tne above named property, "ycn-
111 'f e r . : "V
Gunpowder, and for Weaving, as also a Grist and
Saw Mill, with all necessary buildings for families.
shops, etc. for all tbn hands necessary to manage
tne same, ana is wen wortnyinoaiiennon 01 capi
talists. North and South, East and West, the wa
ter powor being of tho fittest character, and tho
location sufficient for manufacturing on an ex
It is situated about four miles from Cumberland:, 1
river, and about cqudistan between xsasnvnio
and Ulartsville about a miles abovo tno latter,
and the same distance from the former.
Stranrers coininc by way or tbe river, would
pernaps nnd It most convenient to land aiAsmana
Bonds with good, personal security will bo re
quired, and a lien retained to secure the purchase
W Fivo Hundred Dollars in cash will be re
quired to be paid : and an j orallofsaidpurehase
money, can be paid and stop inures, ni any time.
Jill Li a. AlUAUlflltl.
scpll dA-wld Clerk and Master.
T. OFFER FOR SALE ON SPRUCE STREET
I near tha erossine of theNashvilla and Chat-
lannnra TUJIroad. and at ALLISONS k. KIRK-
MAN'S, Commission Merchants, No. 23 South
. . 1 . 1 . . 1 ;, T"
aiarae. street, uayuit, atuoann,
FOtTEl XTCliE Army Wagons comnlete. with
doable-trees, sinsle-trees. end-gate, feed-box. and
bows at- - ,
FOCK jIUEE Army Wagons.;
FOUR 2IUIX Lnmbix Wwons.
FOUR 3IUI.E.Woed Wagons
TWO HORSE Wagons, Cempleto
TWO HORSE Ambulance
ONE HOUSE Carts
FOUR 31 CLE Log Wagons-
Tarii f nnrcliAjtinffh&va tha rvrivilezojlf SBfiking
their own Jti!tiari from lh nmmen.e Stock fn
hand. None but serviceable Dronsrty ottered. All
agons warranted one year.
40,000 POUNDS CHAINS, assorted at 10c
ALSO, Axes. Shovrlr. Spade, Picks, etc etc
. . K. II. STEVENS.
MclaEAN sfc STOTESBORY,
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
Hosiery. Write Goods, Yankee Notions, ic
ep2-lm 300 BsOAbw-AT.Ntr Yobc
Of Middle Tenessee,
WE WANT 50,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT, i
and will h HintlKST market I
JtJ sura, end calf oo ki.
No. 3 South Market tw
ThiTBrd ahd'ReliaBfe Route
TO THE EAST, VIA THE
BALTIM0EE k OHIO R.E,
THE GREAT BORDER LINE OF THE WAR.
' - (
. TBB OXtT DIRECT ROUTE TO
AnUctniii,' Hnrpcr's Ferry. Martins
nnrg, Jionocncy. nni nil or tne I
Cnnipaitrns of tlio Vnlley J
of Virginia. i
Csmbinini; Speed, Safety and Comfort, with Sce
nic uranueur ana tunning itcmnist
cences of the war.
TUE OSLT BIEtCT EOCTE TO
Onklmid, IlerStHley Spring, Rcdlbrd
ana nil tac zrrcnt Itnttle Fields
of tbc Enst.
rpWO DAILY FAST TRAINS FROM BELL-
A AlllK and I'arkcrsburg to Baltimoro, Wash
ington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all
Eastern Cities, and the only route by which
through tickets, or through baggage checks, can
bo procured to Washington City
This is the only route by which Merchants have
the privilege of tho Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York and Boston Markets, at the price of a
uckci tnrougn. uy onaoi tee otner lines; and by
jjujiuK mil uuuars uuuiuunai, uio traveler ean
First class Sleeping Cars on all Nitht Trains.
, Baggage checked through from all principal
in me west.
ttS. Ask for Through Tickets by the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad. Tickets by this line can be
proenred at all ine principal Kailway Offices in
L. M. COLE. Master of Transportion,
General Ticket Agent. sepZood
SAVINGS CO m PAH Y
rnlHS COMPANY. CHARTERED RV TIIE
JL Legislature of Tennessee, is now organized and
is prepared to uo a general AtanKing bujincss.
Receives Deposits and makes Collections on all
accessible points in tho United States.
EXCHANGE FURXISRED on all tho
principal cities of the United States.
EOAJi'S negotiated on favorable terms.
UNITED STATES SECURITIES,
, , COED AND SILVER, .
' BOUGHT AND SOLD ON THE BEST TERMS.
Tho highest rates' will alwaysx-be paid.for tha
- various kinds of '
SOUTHERN BANK., NOTES.
A Catalogue of Prices will be published every
two wee is. wmcn wi'i be lurnisucu bv mail sra
tuitously to any one on application.
Orders for the purchase and sale of
BoiiiIn, Stocks, nnd Uncurrent Money
on commission solicited..
ITHOMAS S. MARR. President.
L. G. Tabbox. Cashier,
A Tennessee House
JL. APP1E & CO.,
(Successors to Davis, Applo & Co..)
WHOLESALE 1 CALEBS IX
Boots, Shoes and Brogahs,
No. 141 Tf'es "Third Slred,bctwem Race &Elm.
HAVE RECEIVED AN ENTIRELY NEW
Stock, and will keep constantly on hand a
largo line of Custom made Philadelphia and
Eastern work, which will bo sold at the
Lowest Market Prices.
VS" Will fill onions for Customers for all descriD-
tions of Goods, FREE OF CHARGE.
I -w-r -p. , q -p.
I ll niu I lAnTn I wnnmn
I Ll U YV JJQJLLLUjI I lit II II I lf.
Drs. Blackburn & Hawley,
T ESPECTFUIiLY INFORM
JtVi their friends and tho public,
that they have secured tho cn-
lmltv lftffntiMl ltnnm. inmpp nf
CllIil'.llY Aii UNION Streets.
Ui'-STAIItJi, (formerly occupied
bv Dr. Russell.) where thev will
be preparol to perform all kinds of
DENTAL WUUK, both operatiro
and mecnanicai. in the most
Droved styles and at the LOW
RATES. All work warranted.
Teeth extracted by application
of tho new Freezing Process, which
renders the heretofore painful op
eration of extracting Teeth absolutely painless.
No Kxlra Charge for operations by tbe new
Our Instruments aro of tho newest and best
patterns, and we solict asbarc of public patronage,
BRIM & THAXTON
HAVE THIS DAY
KEjiovr.D to tjii:ii. kaiioc and
XO. 50 SOUTH COr.I.EOE STREET.
WHERE THEY WILL BE HAPPY TO SEE
their old friends and customers, ami wntiM
avail themselves of tho present opportunity of
iviuiumij iuau us mr ui iiuorai snare oi pairon-
rago nercioiore Destoweu upon ibis bouse. And
They will mako liberal Cash ndrnnces
on Cotton, Tobacco, nnd nil Produce
consicrucd to their enrc.
Their terms will alwavs be as low sunrro.
sponsible house, hero or elsewhere.
Tbey will at all times koep on handa full nnd
complete stock of
GROCERIES, . ASD PROVISIONS,
Which they will guarantee to the Trade in every
instance, at the Iotvet Market Itntes.
BKIEN & THAXTO.V,
sepS - No. CO South College street.
SWING & CO,
IN THE TBADE AGAIN.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF COLLEGE
AND SPRING STREET'S,
ARB NOW RECEIVTNfl AND HAVE
in Store, the followinrdaive and frcah u-
sortment of Groceries, which we will sellfoieto
the trade: '
0 hhdSagar, all grades;
2V) barrels Refined Sugan
6(5 and kegs Syrui-;
CO, " Copperas;
SO " Puro Apple Vinegar;
1500 " Flour. Russallvillo and Clarkt-
vilte Mills; 1
CO " Whisky, all grades;
50 . " Prime Leaf Lard;
CO. kegs do do do
200 packages Tobacco: ' . ?
ICO bags prime Coffee;
500 kegs NaiSr .
200 boxes Soap; '
lfO.COO Cigars, a complete assortment;
25 tierces choke Sugar Cured Hams;
With all other articles In the grocery lino.
37 TJIIOIV STREET,
. O. COLLIER
WaOLESAU ASD llKTAltt' -
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER
Keeps constantly on band the largest and best
assarted hock 01
ROOKS AND STATIONERY
Of every Imaginable kind ta be found ia any oa
potue in tne bouie, and oner weui at
AND WILL ALWAYS SELL ON AS FAV0
rable terms as tbe market will permit, or as
any other bouia ean give. Among the great va
riety 01 artifice torn oy n. u. wiMKt, aro tno
following: School Uo-ks or every kind used in
the SUU, Law Books, iledleal Book. Scientific
Books. Theological Books, Agrieahiiral Books,
and all varieties of Jlitcellaiieeus Books. Inclnd
ing Illstorie', Iliographiej, Travels, Novels, and
In fad the slots' includes every variety of
Books and Stationary, to which h invites the
attention of dealers before parehiitor, sj he ii
con&deat he ean offer the greatest facilities, and
can give satisfaction.
WIT. C, COLLIER.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
READY EE-ABE CLOTHING
70 PCBIIC SQUARE, XASHVII.X.E, TESTJfESSE E.
J IS. K.
NOTIONS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, ETC.,
AT. 03 NORTHEAST CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE,
IVo.ll SOUTH SIBE
WIiolcHalc Retail Dealer in
Description and Variety of the best Qnnlity.
S NOW KECErVINQ,
TV innTTTnv rr
L sortment of ALT. fiOf
ALL GOODS kept in Gentlemen's FurnisKni Establishments, of the LATEST
PATTERNS AND STYES.
CLOTir, CASSIHERE, VEX.VET3SE1V, CORDUROY AND
COATS ! COATS ! COATS ! !
Five Thousand COATS, embracing all shados, tei
POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS, S1XK AND UN EN.
PANTS, PANTS, PANTS.
Thrco Thousand pairs of PANTS, of every cut, color material and site, at reasonable rates,
Velvet, Silk, Cloth, Mnrsaillcs, Casslnicrc,
VESTS I VESTS!! VESTS!!! VESTS!!!! VESTS I ! ! I
Two Thousand Vests, of all grades, shapes, shades and sizes. A beautiful artlele.
SOCKS I SOCKS!! SOCKS ! I !
One Hundred Doien Hots of tho very latest and
SHIRTS, SHIRTS, SHIRTS!
FIFTY-TWO D0ZFN SHIRTS, embraelng in part : Linen. French Prints. Lawns, Muslin. Fancy
and Plain Bosom, all of tho best and fineet finish. These are very handsome.
Underwear ofevcry Description
In fact, we have every artielo necessary to eompleto a gentleman's wardrobe.
I feel inueh grDified at the very generous and llheral pstronage.bestowcd uponme by thepublte gener
ally, and hope, by close application and energy in my business, to merit a liberal share in future. To
thoso friends and patrons who bavo stood by me in the darkest hours of adversity. 1 return the thanks
of ray heart; and nope to meet them in future prosperity at my old stand. No. 11 South Side
Public Square, Nashville. I invite all to eoinc.
If I havo any friends or acquaintances who aro
in my lino ol business, leoniiany invue inem to
will.nQflrd mo more than ordinary pleasure to serve
n th i.iinuniinttv who aro my frienda and acoualntaneef. and are noLashamed flfiflvin(Mflnlr T
cheerfully bid them welcome, and hep tbey will nst wait far further invitation, but eomcand select
their goods at once. I want to clothe tho people: that's all,
I return my slneere thanks lo tho public generally aud friends for tho liberal patronage received,
and solieita share iu future.
K. S. HAWKINS.
Having hat an experience of over sixteen years in tho Clothing and Furnishing Goods business,
feeling confident that those who havo -tried Ine knew that whatever tbey buy of me at the above
boose will meet their expectations, I tollejt a share of their patronage, and would also invito tho
public generally to examine tho stock of J. A. J. Koe.
sepl6 tf JCK.SH . NTETENN.
T WISH TO RECTIFY A GRAND MISTAKE.
X In th
a nines of Laura It. Green leaving John
1 Green's bed and board, as published in yester
day's paper it was just tho reverse. I will state
and indorse tho following wets:
John Ii. Green cams with wifo and child in tho
month of January to board at my bouse, and eon
tlrfiiKit 1 ham nnill thn latter riart of July, when
he. witheutany lust cause Jcnown to me, left, tak
ing with him the ohtld, she remaining at tuy
house, where he still ft. . ,,,.
WP1G. JOHN A. COUCH
UiQCAK. Late Porter Jfc Macrae. MeraphU.
TORjAN, MACRAE & CO.,
cotton; and tobacco factors,
NO. 08 CAR0NDBLET STREET.
ieplm - XKWOKiVEAXH.
OLD IRON WANTED'.
T EADY CASH S'ILL BB PAID FOR ANY
nnintltr of Serao (Cast Iron;, ondellveirat
the Penitentiary, by frt. . ,mnTlH.
Tf A -fa 1 AJ- v-f a
WJ. -StIlS''c.T.JCT?l( .T. .rBIMSOSB.
new vriean. ewvnea.
W. J. FRIERSQN & CO.,
t CABOXDKLEI JiTUEET,
Liberal Advance umtle on Cotnljrn-mcntH-
STOLEN OR STBAYBD-FROM MY PLACE,
near Antloeh. Davidson county, one BAl
MARK bind foot white, saddla marks oa her
back, poists of her bias earrod.Ahod all round.
Any bo wfeo will deliver the maro aad thief u
Judge Job Bbikv, aoar Nashville, will get tb
abovo reward, or JS5 for either.
,eP6 J0DKDAN HU0GINS.
Shelby Fenialo Inytitutc-
CORNER BROAD AND VINE STREETS.
Naibville. This FiMtitutlon is bow in full
operation, vita a eoHBiei corps of wall known
teachers in every daparttaeet. In addition, the
services of an emroent iostrBetreM m. ocal
Music, from the Coeaorrateires of L(!e and
New York, bars btca secured. A large addition
has this week been made to hoFMJopbte sod
Astronomical apparatus. Every adrastac is
attoruodftr a first eiass Meeatios.
GEO. G. IirrLKlt. a. M- Principal.
O10. s. Bucci. JI. D Vice Principal.
S. A. HiSbLT.
Wholesale Dealers in
Reiulyiunde Clotliiiiff of every
TITO T itjnn e-nvmr t nTWi i a n
lures, colors, styles and shea, at various prices.
most approved Style, Finish and Outers,
Suspenders ! I!
and grade the best in t lie city.
Call and exemlno
Cuino all I
J. A. J. ROSE.
ashamed of my antecedents, and thc7 wish anything
io .10. 11 1 udiio otuare ana sea
mn. anil it
And. On tha Other hand, if there are thoin
HAVING CONCLUDED TO RETIRE FROM
the business of Storing Cotton, wa hare this
davsoklouttotJBOKOE C. ALLEN A CO.
The cotton In store consigned to us by our
friead. will still have our do est attention, as
we will always be found at the old stand, and will
ship or sell for them as they may datire.
t ... J: A. ilcALISTKR A CO.
Nashville, Sept. 7, I860.
IN RETIRING FROM TIIE COTTON FAC
TORAGE and Commission Business, we take
great pleasure in recommending our successors,
Messrs. GkokokC. ALLtX Co- to tha natrosaze
of oar numerous friends, as every way worthy of
ineir eonnueaeo ana support.
, . J. A. ilcALISTBR It CO.
Nashville, Sept. 7, I860.
BY REFERENCE T0THE ABOVE ADVER
TISKMENT it will be seen that wa havo
succeeded Messrs. J.A.iMeALlSTKB k Co in tha
Cotton and Tobacco Factorage and Genera Com
mission and Forwarding Business, at tha eld
stand, corner of Broad aad Codecs streets, whera
we will bo pleased to se all the old easterners
of tha hwusa, and our own friends and acquaint
ance. Wobepotoba able tevgiva saUsfaetioa to all
tbeso who may entrust uifwlth tbelr basinets.
, OBOROE a ALLEN k CO,
Of thaold firm of Basse k Ali.i.t,
aahrllle. Sep. 7, IStB. Isep3 tf.
NliSHiY-IlalaE, , CAIRO AND
TJtl- WEEKLY r A CliET LIXE
fllilE. ABOVE Ii.
COlfPRIHES TIIE FOL.-
IWINd SDleaJtl Punnr VitktU. lav.
isg NasfavWe during tha luoa as follows :
FANNY IIR.tNI)KIS, Jeu-. T, itwhht.
Master. leaves Nashyflfa-' TUBSDAYS at IS
NASIIVILI.K. Wair SiKXB, MasUr. laavos
Najhritla TllURSUAYS, atli o'etek u.
XP?E. Tax.HABKM. Maater. leaves SAT-
Ui.UA is, at 12 o'ehxi. x.
Tha above steamers wBl eemmenee Ifeeir rega
br trips sa ths flntopeatagefiiavigat(ea ia tha
CsmbwiaBd river, aad aoUnce to ran regularly
tbroagheat the busiaess feaaan, as bar abavs
Mhadale. making V o eetlin at Cairo witb
o rcgatar PackeU fer St. Lou It, MaaudiU axd
Jiew Orleans: iuuiag through Tleiceu to Psjmb.
cers, and giving through. BHt ef Lading for
FrelghU ta tha above okle. aad all avallaUa way
laadtofia. at tho very lwet ral-s. Every otfert
"o mwi oy ia uaaecr ana Ageau or tkM
ua'WRir 11 raaasia aaaaaserviBi
rOB&ga of Shippers sad the Travclltsr
CORBETT A BO'
No. 21 Front Strect-rpper V.'hZffxkjVih,
1 r senU-H iho.
Enterprise InHuranGe Company,
rattiest iaumkair r .
. MHi t inifl LIMTMM Ksnlr
KY, f Mney Jt Co.
AllULl'R M f M III .J- 1 It ,
TItOS. SHERLOCK, irwiilciii.
WM. It CAKSIZXY, VIcolTMlUent,
K. C MeSAIltT, Ajrent.
'T1 ? Brick DweJHaeor
sep!5-n reuuemaea yearijr ratSf.
ENTERPRISE IKSUR,VNCE COMPANY
AVDST 1ST. IS68.
Amount of Cartel 81,000,000
Amount paW up. socsao
Cash on hand-
U. S. Bends S-afe.
Tennessee BaiuL, wiSn . .
" mwio ihwh Hftl. ti.mlj.-ti. cr raw fy
UU rewiTable due fer Brem turns S8 908.15
Due from otlier Ccapoale J
Losses uadju4d aud not
All other elahBs .. IflBfS) ai
Greatest aaaontiasared in
GreateH ameoat atUweoT
m one mie-
v.: " rule.
W. 1U CASSIIXY, V.
STATU OF TBKNB8SRS. )
ihi't Comptroller, hereto eerUtV
icftL1. rroetyep, orieail-annu2
iUMitf the Kb tern rUo Insarance Comnanr
nnna, vaio, as the same appears on fllo in
.; tSS88)' TO1 "J 'Ml ofaBko la NatfcvrUe.
this ISth day of S.Btymbcr. K5.
S. W. HATCflETT. Cemntroller
STATE OF TENNB8SKK.)
T R -re- ir j?,is?,T,tt,t- September IS. 1868.1
I, B. W. Hatehett. Comptrel lr at tho Treasury,
do hereby ufy that thi, BnterprUe Imraaco
C?fPnJ; i5i at CIneiBBajff. IntheSUtoof
Ohfo. has produced to mo satis faetory evidence
that said Osmpany has complied with all tho re
?lrUf ,he tw X State of Tronesaeo
Iwjranee Companies, and I further
certify that R. a AleNairy. Ageat of said Com
paayjas aWo eomplieU with tho retirements .f
the laws of the State, made an? providldm
such eases . whorefere. said JteterprkilruursDcS
(jempany has authority to take risks and transact
ylfle meS tawiM 'n this State, at Nash
i.7 jU Cf,rtJa?io f seenay must be reaewed tho
1st day of July and January of each year.
a. W. IIAaCIISTT.
Coaptroller ef Ten nance.
or tlio Condition or The RiiMirKr
Pascn ycrs AJMurnuce Compnny.
IlABrreBD. Conn- July 31. l&K.
To thx Honobablk ConnaoLna of th Stats
The undersigned. President and Secretary of
Ihe Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, la
compliance with the law r tha Hint, at T.M.
see. make the following statement :
I. Tho name of the Company U. Trb Raiiyat
PASSBxaxaa' Arm tin ifnie
Cour at, ami la laeated
Iu Hartford Caaneetlwt.
The amount af Canifat Rlu!r L. Tk
11 aad red
nrra ana four Aneusana and ISght
3. TheSHHMint of (lanital SlaV n.LI nK Im 1
Ilundreil awl Flfty-tw9 Thoasaad aad Bight
4. The assets of the Company, are
Cash on hfld 4 aata ij
Duo from Agents . Sjg '
Aeeumulated later est . 7.11 m
U. S. UOTHMDiat I.aaa Ua uo
Virginia Stat Bowk xjjbo
Csnneetiout Siata Itond. as -it
TMB4vSiate Bonds igjj
llartrsnl Clur UomM IOlSK
SpringaeW. Illinois. 10 percent Usndf- 11(160
ah, and Leather Bask Stk. N. TV.. 11.M0
MerehiU' BxehaageBaak Steak, " SjJ50
Fourth NallftBAl WSJ)
S. rio nalHNUes due or not due.
8. 7J9A Lsss adjusted and net due- 100
1. Aooaat of all other claims agalsst
the Costpaay will net exceed . 4J250
11. Tu STMtMt amniintlauiMiil In
Is Ti Thousand Dollars. '
STATK OF C0NN8CTICUT.
vtow wt uanisfu.
Habtmwb. Auiiut . IMA
dent, aad U.
l'asMftgsn' AswirraAM Omaay. aad severalty
maila alb. that the absva statt by tbeat
iuniHairiH, aooorumjr 10 in sir ot kaowt
edge ad belief. CHAS. F. WSSON. N. P
STATE OF TKNNK88XE, 1
OovrTBOixxa's Orricc. ,
NAMTlLtx. Septeakr lth. UW. j
T.B. W. IliTCMiTT.CVKBptrfllerof the Treasur.
dohtteby entity that the Railway Paweagsrs
Auraae OMepaay, leeated at ilnrtferd. Stato of
9aae4tmt. has prodoced to ma satisfactory an
dense tbat sakl Company, has oraplUd with all
tho reqairetMiits of the laws of the Htate of Ten
mm isipol oa Iwunaeo CompiBM. and I
further eartMy that Josr Nash, P. P. l'irt.
J- F-PAt. Agantsof said Caapaay have also
epmplil with the requirement of the laws cf
the Stata. mail aad provided la sueh cues
Wherefpre, sahl Passeagcri' Assurraaoe Carapan?
has authority to take risks aad traasaM the busi
ness of Iasaraaea la tab State, at NashvUla.
. ., 8. W, HA TC11KTT,
P Comptroller of Taaaas4..
TUB OK BAT 1
I 31 PORTED TOIVIC,
n.w.v, nmimiDiiiini, mur?i wf hp irum 1
IlSflt BMB&Hl af Ihfl Amariaan .Vmilaal Aaaiwia
tfn, nt their aoaYntln,h14 in iUlfTmsre, May
CONTAINS yo SPIItlTR OF ANY RIND,
NOT I.VTOXICATINO IN TIIE XXAffT.
It is araoared ia Paris from
ro Sfliasr. and
adssou m Ha asmpotlHen oaly
am rsswrsw to Balances.
Ladle will Sad k a deHcfeas tabdMuU for ths
various teaios wbieb bava aa JtteMa body.
IsarsraWVaaefmeatdaHghUttl flavor. ItU ths
PgXg JUICE OF A M08T DULICIOT s
GRAPE. It mpauos. ia eieaJleseo aay labia
wwa iii tha aaunUy, Bed ia lurepo far saera
raeatal Mtrpoaea. Cbarafa people aro hvHad ta
ioaatra lata it
TM Wiaaa aro sold by all druggists.
f Aamta. Nsaavilto.
JET N A
LIKE ENSURANCE CO.,
And Pollrlrs Issued,- - 0 031
Nashville AgenGy: 31 College.
W. D. TA LBOTT,
P. P. PECK,
N. B. TbW Cmmi
flr ku ttmUk mli v...f- nr
par ait WfHf AsmomI DirW4 tlMs aay otbar
Life iBmraew OstaiHUiy rirMl.l in uTm tm.
TENN ESS ES.
HAVINti LBASSD THIS H
aaa beaa aacwrea ami Sira
xarMwra, 1 rwpeatruK
. inwua aaa iaa traToaeg do
DR. Br. IV. HAM.
TT AVISO XBOAIN1B MI
-M. ro4Bait tha bmMIm of hi i
of. ao oni Ck-tv ?rvt-L' P ;
w aw i a, spj