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NASHVIfcLE, TENN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1856.
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N ASVIHLLE;
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
T? C- Iv. WINSTON, Cui.iiii.A2t-.
G. P. SMITH",
B. F. CHEATHAM,
B, N. CLEMENTS,
E. O. EASTMAN,
J. K. HOWARD,
THOS. BOYEK3.
PROSPECTUS OF
A new Storv on an old
Subject.
npIlE AUTHOR. tn presenting the following work to tb
1 public can not but le:l that he has an arduous tack to
perfoim in catering to therablic teste, and bas somewhat
mgrefsea irom t tie eMaoiiarjea rules, ana customs 01 au
thors bv taking xm a'subieet which, if carefully persued,
and the advice hereto contained followed, the ambition of
tne autbor will be gratified to its utmost extent, ana me
object of this work wUl have been attained, viz: to put
mosey In try pocket and to give to the careful and inaul.
gent reader a literary treat through the agency ot the diges-
utc organs, it mignt percaps ne necetsary iu ,
the most of the manuscripts from which this tale was
lonuded was taken irom an oia areas po muuu m u
2nd hand Clothing-Store, a few weeks since in New York
by the author, and originally owned by the indefatigable
Mas. Toddles, at once conveying to the mind of the reader
that a bttroaimntr be expected. Hoping the kind and
j.-i - t l : tii ..... 11 nn flaps .rA IaV tft-tlll n
patronizing eye upon my humble efforts to procure for
them 1st, fi chests of Imperial and Black Teas, the finest
erer brougnl to law maraet, ana pus up m gucu a tuiape
.that everyone can aeo it fur themselves. Still keeping In
Tiew that philanthropic principle which actuated me to
purchase of the importers a choice selection of Mocha, Old
Got. Java and .Baltimore Rio Coffees. I must not digress
so lar I ruin my Euojeci hs w turret, uuu a uukj ioiu iu a
bonntilal supply ot Baker's Broma and French Chocolate,
an ex:ellent moraine drink for mv nervous reader in these
troublouj Dolitical times. In compiling the forthcoming
woik-1 shall " diluW pretty extensirely on thomerita of
lexiyr Ine tollowtng extract taten trom in "jsung".
letown Fa&cett will convey some idea oftbe attention paid
to that valuable insect :
" We take great pleasure in announcing that a celebrat
ed autbor from one of the Western States is now in our
city collecting specimens for a forthcoming work, upon
which he is engaged. We notice a large invoice of the
cenuine "Heidnck Chamvavne." Together with a full
assortment of choice Wines and Liqttjrs, among which
the iustlv celebrated Tchemav Brandr. all ol which the
liberal author intends to treat his many readers, to or as
many of theai who have the magnamity to pay lor it. We
wish the author success to his new work, which is to be
called "re Fly."
As the autbor feels incompetent to proceed in that
Flour' j style so common with writers of the prestnt day,
he begs to say that in itsproper place in the work he will
serve up 800 bags of that tndespensable article in 25, 50
and 10U lb. bags, thereby leaving it at tbe option of the
readers to Flour to their own taste. For "fear" (and what
author is without it) that this stupendous enterprise might
end in ' tmole" the author has carefully laid in a large
and choice collection of ' Segars," which will give each
reader an opportunity of sustaining the author by giving
him a "puff," and furthermore, iaorder to veryity the
eldProverb of where there is so much smoke there must be
some fire, the compiler of these valuable manuscripts bas
added a heavy stock of " Hatchet " As another digres
aion, for which I beg pardon of all authors who " spice"
tbtU concoctions with brilliant showers of wit and humor,
I have employed a substitute, which I cannot but believe
is of a mote substantial nature, vix: a choice assortment
of Xutmegs, Ginger -Cinnamon, Cloves, French, English
and Kentucky Mustards, Allspice, Pepper, ground and un.
ground, Cttsvps of different varieties," Worcutcrshire
John Hull and ffarcey Sauces, and in the place of sweet
ening the nun j beautiful passages, which will occur from
time to time with moonlight rays, z-phyr breezes, and the
nectar tip'd from the pure lips of innocence, 1 have em
ployed the more powei ful argument ot Powdered, Crush
td, Loaf, Clarified and Granulated, and different degrees
of Brown Sugars, combined with the more liquid streams
of Jleboiled, Sugar JJbuse and Plantation Molasses, and
the br.ght and flowing Gclden Syryp. How beautiful, in
dulgent reader, dees Pope or Gulliver (the autbor does not
distinctly remember) express himself in the following
"Jlontg'i Strains f
How doth the little busy Bee
Improve each shining hour
And gather Honey 1 here beg leave to
say that in order more fully to carry out tbe objects of this
same work, I havo provided rnysilf with a large stock ot
honey tho autbor above fpeaks nf", which will be used in
its natural state or " strahedT to suit the taste of the
reader, as "straining" is a too common error among au
tbors, which too very olten places them in a position
' where tbey are compelled to make a "raise." I have in
order, if possible to avoid that unpleasant predicament,
taken the precaution to provide a large supply of Pioston
& Merrill's least Powders, whose raising qualities my
numerous readers have probably formed some opinion.
As a bright and shining " light" as I intend this work to
be, I shall substitute the sgnney of Star, Adamantine,
Sperm and lattow Candles, and to "cleans' the mind
ot'a.l impurities shall resort to Castile, tlrin and Common
Mar ixap, which together with Wash Boards, Tubs,
Buckets, lSreomi, and Scrub Brushes, I have procured
an abundant supply. As itis a time honored custem with
compilers of great works to first polish the understanding"
of iheT readers, I take pleasure in stating that I shall lor
this turpose brine into requisition a full supply of "Black
inr"and "Shoe Brushes" and in order that tbe reader
may more fully appreciate the sweet and choice selections
above mentioned, I shall preface each chapter with a full
description of different varieties ot PickUs, Gross &
Black well's Chow Chow and Piccalli, Oerkin't prepared
JTorst Padi'h and pure Cider Vinegar, for asawuemin
once (aid, every sweet has its sour, or something to that
effect. As this work will, undoubtedly, fall in the hands
of oereat many highly educated persons, who will look
for the more dignified or " stiff" portions of Ihe work, I
shall introduce a heavy stock of ColgaUs & Fuies' Pearl
Starch, whose stiffening qualities none can say ought
against, and another class ct readers who are too easily
gulled by a large class of "Meafy" mcutbed authors, and
are never willing tn acknowledge the "Corn," shall bo
amply supplied with extracts from a large Bin of Corn
Meal, Bye JiaJ, or unSo'ted Four. As the forthcoming
work will be attended with enormous expense, owing to
the sudden advance of Taxes (the cause or which has never
been fully ascertained) the author is compelled to forego
the publication until a certain amount of subscribers ere
obtained, (the amount of subscribers limited to 20,000; but
specimens of the promised literary hash can be seen at his
Mudio, No. SO Market street, every day, and full instruc
tions given to those who will purchase the ingredients and
are desirous of embarking upon that " Tempest tosod
ocean," an author's life.
1 forgot to mention thit all such old fogy authors as
Itocbeand ' Baccn" will be ignored, and "dear Sides,
Country and Sugar cured Bams, Shoulders, d-c., will be
Instituted. ' tcillalso itate" that " that" Pouy will still
net in tbe capacity of assistant editor, the " shortness ot
his tars" not being sulDeunt to pronounce him inelligible
eept26 lm Yours Truly, D. G. RDMahV.
N. B. No delinqoent subscribers need apply-
NASHVILLE AOT) CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER
TRAINS,
TO take effect on and aflerSATURDAT, 21st of June,
It 56. Day Passenger leaves Nashville at 9.05, A.M,
arrives at Chattanooga at C.05, I. M,
NighiPosstsgar leaves Nashville at 5, P. arrives at
Chattanooga at 93, A. M.
Day Passenger leaves Chattanooga at C, A. M, arrives
at Nashville at 2.40, P. M.
Night Passenger leaves Chattanooga'at S.15, 1. M., ar
rives at Nashville at S.45, A. M.
Jcne2t. H. I. ANDERSON, tinp't.
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD.
SPECIAL XOIIOE TO SIlII'PEKs VIA SA VAXXAJI
TO XAS1IV1L1.K.
C. A S tbe Naihville and Chattanooga Railroad Company
J. has notified and reminded the Central Railroad Com
pany of Georgia, of their Summer Rate, and it does not
seem to have been noticed or recognised in the hand bills
ci that Company recently distributed tn our city, ne take
thisinctbodof informing the Merchants and Miippers by
that liuo, Hint the rate will be tl 85 per 100 lbs on 1st Class
Goods, and not 1 25, as the baud bills represent (I 25 is
the average through rate on First Class Goods Irom the
Seaboard to Nashville, but is subjected to tbo 10 cents ad
ditional in tbeSuuvuer end a deduction of 10 cents per
100 lbs. in the Winter, which make tbe rate as per our
advertisement 1 85 from June to Decembe. and tl 15
from December to June. 11. I. ANDERSON,
june 21 Saperin'endfnt
FOR
PIlir.Al)ELIIIIA, NEW VOIIK,
SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON BTKAMSHIP LINES
CABIN PASSAGE 20; STEERAGE 3.
The well known first cUss Steamships
Keystone State,
CAPTAIN R. UARD1E,
AND
State of Georgia,
CAPTAIN J. J. QARYIN,
Will hereafter form a Weekly Line to Philadelphia, sailing
every Saturday, alternately, from Savannah and Charles
ton, as follows :
The Keystone State will sail from Savannah the follow
ing SaturJavs July lflth, Augustid and 16th, Septem
ber 6th and 20th. Leaving Philadelphia alternate Satur
days. The State of Georgia will sail from Charleston the fol
lowing Saturdays July 12th and 26lh, August 9th, 28rd,
and 80th, September 18th and 27th. Leaving Philadel
phia ths alternate Saturdays.
In strength, speed and accommodations, there ships are
fully equal to any running on the coast Inland naviga
tion.luOmiles on Dcbwaro River and Bay; two nights t
sea.
FOrt NIAARA. FALLS, THE LAKES ANI
CAN AHA,
SIlOliTESJ AXD VHKAPES7 ROUTE.
There Lines both connect at Philadelphia with the Great
Northwestern Railroad Route through loNicgara Falls or
Buffalo, in 1 6 hours from Philadelphia. Through Tickets
with the privilege of stopping at Philadelphia and inter
mediate ioint8, lor sale by the Agents iu Savannah and
Charleston.
1ST Fare to Niagara or Buffalo, 12$; to Elmira, 126;
to Canandaigua,27.
Agents at Philadelphia, HERON MARTIN
Agent at Savannah, C. A. GREINER.
Agents at Charleston, T. S. & T. G. BDDD.
jylO'56 Smd
Fever and Ague Remedy.
THE cheapest and best cure for Fever and Ague and
all Fevers incident to the season.
HEAR WHAT THE 'DOCTORS SAT:
We hereby ceretify tbat.we have submitted theGrafen.
berg Fever and Agne Remedy to a close inspection and
scientific analysis, and have also tested its curative quail
ties in several cases of intermittent fever. ' We take great
pleasure in saying that it has proved completely success
ful and that it is a most skilllully compounded remedy.
Jt must exert a most beneficial laflnence in. all cases; its
tonic properties ore immediate and highly salutary, and
it Is richly deserving the confidence of our brethren ot
the medical faculty and of the public.
Samuel H." Mabrey, M. D , New Tork,
Charles W. Reviloan, M. D., Wisconsin,
Wm.U. Simmington, M. D., Illinois,
ml T TAktiMn f 1 Iti.fnnM
1 HUB. . uuuuu , ' iinowut
Wm. C. Kittredge, M.D., New Hampshire,
James T. Molt.il. D., Indians,
John V. Terrington, M. D., California,
Wm. Y. Asliton. M. D.. Louisiana.
The composition of this remedv includes those medicinal
substances which .experienced physicians have long re
sorted ic lor special action on tbesysttm wnen aerangea
Dy revere, Ague ana ueneiai j-ieDiniy, resulting irom ex
posure or climatic influence. These are rendered per
manent, and remain active in this preparation, as a conse
quence oi tne scienuns manner in wnicu tuey are- com
bined. In this medicine no metalie salts can be found bv
the most delicate chemical analysis. In each package are
two distinct medicines, a powerful vegetable $onic that1
win at once cure tne Ague, ana a uox ot i u ui wm
prevent its recurrence, or if taken in time will remove the
causes that rjromote its first appearance. Price for the
package 50 cents. For sale by all druggists in the State,
sept24 1 Gen'l Agent Gratf. Company.
:UVKFKMlF.It(; VEGETABLE FILLS.
TfXESR celebrated P1IU are In general use throughout the
whole West, about 100,000 boxes are sold annually In
Tennessee.
Th arnlnvslnahlBln the f.illnwlmr diseases, an oi wmcn
proceed front allowlngtha Digestive organs to remain out of
oruer
Acidity of the Stomach;
Jaundice;
Fevers;
Cosllveness;
Night-mare;
Dyspepsia;
Headaches;
Sleeplessness;
luuious uompiaims;
Want of Appetite;
Cramps and Cholic;
Bowel Complaints;
Nervous Affection;
liver Comolalnts:
Nausea and Vomiting:
worms.
100 CERTIFICATES
from Physlclsns from every section of the United States, who
have used these Pills iu their pnclice, may be nan, by call
ing on tbe Agent and obtaining
THE HEALTH ALMANAC FOR 1857,
ofwhlehliehisjust received from New York, 50,000 copies
for gratuitous ulslributlon.
ali a. ;i Al.rr..ir.,
aug27 IT College St., Nas'iville.
CttKAT DISCOVERY.
JAME3' NEURALGIA LIQUID A certain cure for Neu
ralgla, Rheumatism, Local Pains, &c.
This medicine has been bnt lately Introduced into Nash,
vllle.bul has already acquired a great reputation.
Tha Hon. A. P.Shemwell. M. H. R-. certifles that be was
attacked with Inflammatory Rheumatism, and had the ser
vlcesortwo Physlcians.who afforded him no relief. He was
unable to turn himself In bed, when this powerful linlmen
cured him entirely In 24 hours. This fact Is certified to by
three members of the Legislature, who were constantly with
him.
Price $1 per bottle.
ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent,
aug27 Kashtllle.
HERRINP.'S L'ATENT CHAMPION SAFES.
"YU"E have been appointed by S. C. Herring & Co.
Agents for the above Sites, which we will sell for
cash or negotiable piper AT THE MANUFACTURERS
insurance added. We have now an assortment on hand
and request all those who are interested in the matter to
examine tbe evidences that go to prove, that this safe, is
an INSURANCE AGAINST FIKE, and is UUliUMIl
PROOF as far as valuable papers, notes, or money is con
cerned.
Several of these Sifes have HALL'S PATENT POW
DER PROOF LOCES, which at the World's Fair in Lon
don, iu 1851. and at New York in 1858, was awarded a
medal, as being the most perfect lock in the world, niter
nivixa EEtx piceio or blown by Powder.
Hundreds of certificates are given from all parts of tbe
world, in which valuable papers are shown fo have been
taken from these Safes uninjured, aflar having been for
many hours, and sometimes for days, exposed to the most
intense heat.
Coll and examine them.
MACKENZIE & WILSON,
scpt2i tf 17 College street.
Christmas Dinner.
RIPE PEACnES, GREEN CORN, AND
FINE TOMATOES.
TF you would have the above delicacies in perfection for
your unnstmas winners, put mem up in toe
SELF SEALING CANS.
Manufactured by us, which give universal satisfafaction,
are very easily managed, as cheap the chespest as good
as the best made of heavy tin. very carefully soldered,
Those who want mem naa oeticrmaxe eany application.
: the demand is at present much greater than the supply.
BeptS MACKENZIE & WILSON.
SPLENDID STOCK FAItJl FOR SALE.
T OFFER for sale tbe valuaole farm on wnicn 1 noar re
side, situated 27 miles south of Nashville and H miles
south-east of Franklin, on the Nashville, Triune and Fay
etteville Turnpike. Said farm contains 750 acres of laud,
of which about three hundred are in a high Btate of culti
vation, sixty acres in cras3 lots, and the balance well tim-
- . - i .1 1 - L . I" " 1 1- 1 1 "
bcreu. inisisoneoi lueoesiswcit lanns iu tTiitumsuu
county, as every csla ana lot is accessible to water
throughout the year. The improvements are of the very
first class, consisting of an excellent brick dwelling with
eight rooms; also, brick kitchen, smoke house, good ne
gro houses, cotton gin, grist mill, barns, and stables
There are several never-failing springs on tbe place, and
a well convenient to the house. It is situated in an ex
cellent neighborhood convenient to schools and churches
The farm is susceptible of division so as to make two
desirable places. A four horso stage coach runs tri-week-
tj to nasnvuie mrecuy oy me piace.
Tebiis One third cash, the balanco payable rB one and
two years, with interest. Notes with good securities re
quired, and a lien retained for the purchase money. Come
all ye who want good homes and louk for yourselves; as I
am determined ho sell.
For further information apply to me at Jordan's Store,
or on the premises.
septl3 lm ALiL.isu.i-
A CAUU.
I AM manufacturing daily at my Eclipse Stove foun
dry in this eity, a good assortment of STOVES AND
HOLLOW-WARE. viz: Ovens. Pots, Skillets and Lids.
Sad Irons and And-ironsof different patters, for the whole
sale and retail trade, at small proms.
Also, Tin, (topper and Hneet iron v are, oi me nest qual
ity, at low figures. A few fine chamber tetts of Brittania
are, and o l lteingerniors, on nana ana lorBaie low.
Particular attention paid to Roofing and Guttering with
Tin or Copper.
J37 Old Copper, Pewter, Brass and Scrap Iron taken
in exchange for my manufactures. U. P. DORRIS,
augl tim ftp, h uoiiege bi.. near Uburcn st.
JEW DAVID, OR HEBREW PLASTER.
THE Great Remedy lor Rheumatism, Gout, Pain In tbe
Side, Hip, Back, Limbs aud Joints; Scrolula, King's
Evil, White Swelling, Hard Tumors, SllirJolnts. and all ax
ed pains whatever.
wtierelnlsriasierisappnea paincanno exist.
t. i i a -i .. y i .. .. r ... v-.. .. - -i. i -;
IV U&S UDCU UUIICU11B1 IU LMUIVI ncuuosii bucii us lain
and Weakness In tbo Stomach, Weak Limbs, l-ameness, Af
fection orthe Lungs In their primary stages. It desiroyalu
fiamaliou by perspiration.
James I. Royd, Pickens district, South Carolina, testiges
that, by its usealone he was cured of Rheumatism lu both
of liis knees,of several yearssianding.
The following wasbandedus by a respectable Physician
InGeorgla:
Messrs. Seovll & Aleaa bents: 1 nave besn using yonr
Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Piaster very extensively In mv
practice for three years past, and It is with pleasure that 1
slate my belief In their superiority over all other articles,
with which I am acquainted, for the purposes for which they
are recommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially, Is an
universal penaecafor local pains. 1 havo also found it a mos
excellent application for Sprains and Bruisos. It gives uni
versal satisfaction wherever used. SSOSI.lN.M D.
Knoxville, Ua., warcn 4tn, ibjj.
try- Uewate of Counterfeits and base Imitations.
ThA emuine will in future have the signature of K.Tnv
lor on the steal plate engraved on tbe labelon tho top of eaUi
'irclusors are advidsed that a mean counterfeit of this ar
ticles n existence.
Tno renulne Iseold byus, and by our agents appointed
Ihroigh bo South, and no pedlar Is allowed to sell It. Doal-
ersaiu r urcnaer3gcuuinj ,idvuuvuvu.kuuh uujiug m
anv butour regular agents, otherwise thewlllbeiniiosod up
t.n by a worthloss article. SCOVlL & MEAD.
Ill Chartres street, Now Orleans, Sole General Aernts Tor
tho Southern Slates, to whom all orders must Invariably be
addresseu.
Sold also by Kwin Brothers, Borry flt uemovuie, a u
Koscoo Thomas Wrlls and G W Hendershott, Nashville,
Teun.,and by all other Druggists through tbe stale.
anl'.'-livtriw.
TO THE I'mtLIO.
HAVING full possession of my Auction Rooms I am
ready to receive consignments.
BENJ. F. HHIKLUS,
tept9 tf No. 42 Public Square.
I'll EMONT NOT ELECTED.
Til. we. a good lot ol Negroes for sale Among them
njveral No. 1 Cooks, un exceliant Black Smith, a Shoe
and IhmI Maker, und a good Barber, and an extra fancy
ltciv Call quick il you uant eoodbareains.
hcpUT tl RELS W PORTER.
N. II. 1 al'n ih to rent uati ristmas next, a tine
room uuder 'dd Fellows' IU11 PORTER.
' NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
TRANSPORTATION OFFICE, N. & C.R. R. 1
NienviLLE, September , 13S6 (
THE Draymen of Nashville having discontinued re
ceiving iHda at the Depot, Consignees will hereafter
be notified of the arrival of their goods and furnished with
h bill of freight due on same. Anyone presenting the no
lice and paying the bill will be recognized us the autno
rir.ed agent nf the Consignee. The responsibility of lha
road terminates with tbe delivery of the goods, and claims
for deticiencics and damages will not be allowed after de
livery unless by consent It being tbe duty of the agent
to have in his possession evidences of delivery, consignees
or their agents will be required to receipt for all articles
as delivered. Notices for all consignees whoso place of
business or residence is not known, will be sent to the
Post Office. CUAS. W. ANDERSON, Agent.
N. B The object of the ebtve notice is not to give
Consignees any unnecessary trouble, or compel draymen
to assume responsibilities that do not legitimately belong
to their business, but simply to define the position of the
road, leaving merchants and draymen to make their own
arrangements. septlS-tt C. W. A.
" " NOTICE.
TWENTT THOUSAND bushclsRye wanted immedt
atelv. for which the highest market price will be
paid. B.S FRENCH & SON.
aug27tf b
RAILROADS, &C.
NAHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD.
Rates of Freight, on Produce to
CHARLESTON AND SA VAN NAB,
to tasx irrrcr on atoittcs thi
FIRST DAY OF JUNE NEXT,
AT a recent meeting of President and Superintendents
. of the various Roads connecting Nashville with
Charleston and Savanah, the following rates of Freight
were adopted: '
FIRST CLASS.
Feathers, Wool, Flour in Sacks and Books, per 100 $1 40
SECOND CLASS.
Beeswax. Ginseng. Pink Root. Cotton. Rope and
Ragging, Hemp, Star' Candles, Soap, Lard and
Linseed Oil and Window GUss,per;100 II 00
XillllU UIjASS. , . .
Leaf Tobacco in. hhda, per 100 80
Whisky, per barrel... - 8 00
.Beef and Pork, per barrel , 2 50
Flour, per bbl." '. 1 40
Brooms, in lot of '0 dozen and upwards 1 00
To nreventovercharees the Acentof the N. & C.; Rail
road is authorized to sign Receipts for. the transportation of
tne aniciLS aDsve at tne rates as Bpecinea, until mruier
notice, - ii. l. Anutiisufl,
tnayH b'pq Superintendent.)
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
SBSi w.'WJ1 mbiii m.wrm.
TIE Great Central Route; connecting the Atlantic cities
srithWestern;Northwestern, and Southwestern States,
by a continuous Railway direct. This road also connects
at Pittsburg with daily line of Steamers to all ports on
the Western Rivers, and at Cleveland and Banduskv with
Steamers to all ports on the Northwestern Lakes ; 'making
the most dt'rfc.'; cheapest and reliable route by "which
r H&1UUT can be torwaraed to ana irom ine ureal n est.
Rates between Philadelphia and Pittsburg:
ritsoi yju&jxs. iooLa,ouuea,ury uooua 1 1.-
fin bmi. Furs. Feathers. Ae. f7Seperl00Q
SECOND CLASS. Books and Stationery. 1
Dry Goods (in bales,) Hardware, Lea- 60c perlOOIb
tber, sc , j
qiniDnii too i-l. I j - t.ma. i
j rrzT' i rfl t"v, "j?' f 60c per 100a
and Pork (in bulk,), Hemp, bc J v1 vvw
FOURTH CLASS. Caflee, Fish, Bacon, 1 ...,,,.
and Pork (packed,) Xard and LardOil) i0c Per 10oa
i lour $1 per bdi. until runner notice.
Grain 50 eta. per 100 lbs. until further notice.
Cotton $2 per bale, not exceeding 500 lbs. weight, until
tanner nonce.
KST In shioDincr Goods from anv Doint East of Phila
delphia, be particular to mark package " via Philadelphia
Railraid." All Goods consigned to the Agents of this
Road at Philadelphia or Pittsburg will be forwarded with,
nnt detention
Fniiarrr AaxNis. Harris, Wormley '& Co., Memphfe,
Tennessee: R. F. Bass t Co.. St. Louis: J. Ss Mitchell '&
Son, Evansville, Indiana; DumesniL Bell and Murdock, and
i . - K. T t. T :i i T' . T n if .1 j if j :
warier a if cncii, uumotuic, aieiuiuui,iuauuKju.
t i : j. I) . nn j in..- i. rA il: :
jULiiuua, ftpiiu.au uiunU uuunma KnJ., vituwuuaH,
2M. w.urauam uo., zanesnue, unio; Leecn & von no
54 Kilby street Boston; Leech & Co., 2 Astor House, New
rorK: no. i wiuiam street, ana jmo.b uatierA riace, new
Tork; E.J.Sneeder, Philadelphia; Magraw A Koons, Bal
timore; ueo. u rntnciscuD, riusourg.
U. U. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, Phila.
H. J. LOMBAERT, Sup'LAlUxma.Pa.
janS 6C, tlslj '57.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
THREE Daily Through Trains, between Philadelphia
and Pittsburg. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 7, A. M., and Pitts
burg for Philadelphia at 7. A. M. THE FAST LINE
leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 1, P. M., and Pittsburg
for Philadelphia at 1. IM. THE NIGHT EXPRESS
TRAIN leaves Philadelphia for Pittsburg at 11, P. M, and
fitUburg lorl'bilaaeipuia at iu, r.ii.
The above lines connect at Pittsburcr with the Railroads
to and from St. Louis, Ma; Alton, Galena and Chicago,
III.; Frankfort, Lexington, and Louisville, Ky.; Terra
Haute. Madison, Lafayette and Indianapolis, Ind.: Cincin
nati, Dayton, Springfield, Bellefontaine, Sandusky, Toledo,
, i ft . rj ir :n i ii- . '
uieveiana, uoinuious, ,aueb?iiie, Aiatiauiuii, aaa rrooaier,
Ohio: also, with the Steam Packet Boats from and to New
Orleans, St Louis, Lonisville and Cincinnati.
Through Tickets can bo had to or from either of tb
above places.
For further particulars, see Handbills at the different
starting pomt3. Passengers from the West will find this
tbe shortest and most expeditious route to Philadelphia
Baltimore, New York or Boston.
THOS. MOORE. Aaan..Passenaer Zincs. Philada.
J. MESKIMEN, Aatxr, Passenger Lines, Pittsburg.
rniladelpbia, ist.$ ; jans ly
THE SHORTEST AND JIOST DIRECT
ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES
FROM ALL POINTS SOUTn AND WES T.
Central Ohio
AND j
Baltimore and Ohio
RAILROADS,
RUNN ING TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO, AND
UAliTUlUKli, 23 UUUIISI
T5AOGAGE CUEOKBD THROUGH I
THE ONLY ROUTE by which through tickets to Wash
ington can be procured, to which point as well as to
Baltimore, it is the shortest, most direct and in every re
Bpect Ihe most reliable route. It is the only route by which
purchasers of Through Tickets to New York are enabled
to reach the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
York, at tbe cost oi a ucxti to new iorx only, tnus en
abling Business lien and Travelers for pleasure or infor
mation to visit fuur oftbe principal cities in the Union for
less cost than can be ofTorded by any other route.
And ft is the only route by which Through Tickets can
be had to Richmond, Norfolk, Winchester, Fredericksburg,
and Petersburg, Va , Charleston, Savannah, Macon, At
lanta, Augusta, Berkley Springs and Bedford Springs.
Passengers from Nashville take tbo Stage Coaches of
Carter A Thomas, or steamers on the Cumberland river,
to Louisville, connecting there with the United States
Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with the JefTersonville
Railroad to Indianapolis, lnd., make direct connection at
Columbus, Ohio, with the Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel
ing, whence closcconnection with the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad is made to Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
delpbia and New York.
t5f" Passengers holding Through Tickets from Mem
phis are transferred at Cairo to tbe cars of the Illinois
Central Railroad, from thence passing through Terre
Haute, Indianapolis, Dayton and Xenia to Columbus. Three
Dailv Trains le-ve Columbus, at 10 A. M., 8:80 P. M. and
12 P. M.
gg Travelers are requested to notice that while this is
the only route afl'irding Through Tickets to all the Eastern
Cities at tbe same rate as charged by other routes to Xew
York oidy, it is also the sburtest, most speedy and direct
to all the leading points in the East. The distance from
Columbus to Baltimore is only J7G miles, being about 100
miles shorter to New York, than by any other route. There
are less changes of cars by this route, and consequently
less dotentiou, than bv any other.
tf The road is ballasted with broken stone and is
entirely free from duit.
Forfurlher information, please applytoD. G. RUMSEY,
Agent, Nashville, Tenn.
Por Through Tickets apply in Lonisville at the office of
the U. S. Mail steamers, or at the JeSdrsonville Railroad
Office, Main street WM. 8. WOODSIDE,
Master Transportation B. A O. R, R.
JOHN M. SHARP, General Western Agent
june 25
TO MERCHANTS.
WE desire to call the attention of Merchants visiting
Nashville for tbe purpose of purchasing their Fall
Stock of Goods, to our very complete and extensive
stock of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. GUNS, PISTOLS, Ac.
We are gratified in being able to offer to the Trade a
most complete and extensive assortment of TABLE AND
POCKET CUTLERY, embiacing every variety of style
and quality, which is daily being increased with fresh ar
rivals imported direct Irom the principal manufacturers
in Europe, which we are prepared to sell at very low
figures.
Our stock of HARDWARE in all the varieties is prob
ably more complete and extensive than any that have ever
been ofTered in the Nashville market. We also keep a
large Stack of Cotton, Hemp and Manilla Cordage of all
sizes, Dufbur'a Boiling Cloths, Machine Belling, Steam
Packing and Hose. Rivets of all kinds, Iron, Brass and
Copper Wire, Sheet Zinc, Block Tin, Farming Imple
ments, Corn Shellers, Straw-cutters, Wheat Thrashers,
Page's Patent Portable Saw Mills, Ac., 4c. All are invited
to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
MACEr 4 HAMILTON,
sept7 47 College street.
CIRCULAR SAWS AND SAW MAN DRILLS.
A LARGE lot of Circular Saws and Mandrills of all
sixes just received bv MACEY A HAMILTON.
JUST received the very largest assortment of Planes
and Braces aud Bitts ever offered for sale" in Nash
ville MACEY & HAMILTON.
SAUSAGE CUTTERS.
WE have just received a lot of Sausage Cutters a
superior article every house-keeper should have
one (sept7) MACEY & HAMILTON.
. f ! 1 1 'I-1.' 1 1 nf r rn ft . . i
FOR tale at my Plantation, iu Williamson county, to
cash or on time, FIVE BLACK JACKS, three years
old, imported from the Island of Malta, of pure blood.'
jj8-6maAtw.' JAMES H. WILSON.
STEAMBOATS PATENT BENZOLE GAS.
County and State Rights for Sale. The only
fticiuuiu.iuaviuuc ..lilt niilgivcagoou ilglll
THE entire apparatus is staple; occupies but little room,
requires little or no attention except winding up,
sirrilarto acloek.
The expense is one third less than ordinary Coal Gas;
mm uuea me must uauusome ana cneape&t licnt in the
urni-M Tf mm 1. : 1 . . T . 11 i
.it..., a. mu uc eu iu juattwai upetuuua at iieauer
son & Bros., Deaderick street
Any persons'wanting their Jaonses lighted can be sup
pled immediately, they having mads a contract for the
lunusuuig i isanason county, ana solicit orders.
Information concerning State and County rights, can be
uau uj applying lu wm. WAHMS,
g 21 Cherry Street, Nashville.
POSITIVE SALE AT COST OP
FINE JEWELRY,
OON81STING or Ladies' and Gentlemen's
BREAST PINS, FINGER RINGS,
" LOCKETS AND EAR-RINGS. Alio,
GOLD AND SILVER WATHOES,
VEST CHAINS. SEALS AND KEYS.'
GOLD PENS, PENCILS, Ac., &c.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
I will sell my entire Stock of Jewelry AT COST, on
wcujmy enaorsea. a V U1Z.U1,
angBi im mmmnslon Merchant, No. 66 College st
1500
CASES OF BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS,
FOR THE FALL TRADiJ.
Robertson & Dashicll,
NO.14 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE.
TX7T! have now In Store a verv larseStoek orBoou.Shne.
V V and Hats, to which we wish to call tha aiientlnn nf
lyountrv siercnants ana tne nubile i-enerallv. und wh ih o
win .011 low. uur biocs is mncn larger tnaji lias ever been
offered by the home, and wellselected.
We feel confident that merchants laving in their Fall and
Winter Stock, will And ittotbelrlntciestto call andexamina
our Stock before purchasing elsewhere, and we pledge our
selves to give general satisfaction to all who may favor us
wiiu a can.
Our Ketall Stock has been verv urefullr aeleetad. snd vrm
feel no hesitancy In saying that those who purchase In this
tine, win oo pieasea upon an examination or our block.
We a.kyonto call and examine some of the finest Stock In
the market.
Our Stock of Brozans for Plantation use la verr full and
taja-.ue ucai.
We respectfully Invito the Planter jto give us a call.
aug3Q 2m o
NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
Snyder & Frizzell
A HE now receiving and oponlng fresh and desirable goods
-ft.-- suiiaDie lortnecuyanacounirv traae.
CONS1ST1SO or
Ladies' fine Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed.
witn neeis,
" " Kid Front Lace Gaiters,
" Kid Side thick and thin soles,
" " Black Lasting Gaiters, " " "
" u " " with heels,
" " Congress Gaiters,
" " Kid Boou, thlckand thin soles,
" " " " " " - with heels,
" " White Kfd and Satan Slippers.
" Toilet Slippers, plain and fancy,
ALSO
Children and Misses sloes ol every description,
ALSO '
Gentleman j' wear of every description.
Their stock of heavy goods is largo and of good quality.
In short, all persons wishlnzsxiods in their line will And it m
their Interest to call afNo.23, Public Square.
NASHVILLE BELL AUD BRAES FOUNDRY,
No 17& South Front Street,
NASHVILLE, Tcnn.
AB. COOK, practical Bell and Brass Founder, succes-
I ft BUI MJ II CHOI ft WW. M i -J'". -
to or-er. Bells for Churches. Steamboats and Plantations.
Also, Steam Whistles, Oil Globes, Cylinder, Ga i e,
Fountain and Stop Cocks, Hose and Salt Well Joint i Gun
Mouuting,Anti-Friction Matal.
All work made by me with neatness and disp . - , of the
best material, at low prices, and warranted. -nnl8 ly
ALEXANDER AI. WALLACE,
General Commission Merchant,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
ATLANTA, U&UJtUIA.
WILL 0I7B ePEOTAIi ATTEKTION TO THE SALS OP
BACON, LARD, FLOUR, TOBACCO,
&c, &c, &0.
RiriB TO
O Wallace. Knoxville, Tenn., Toole, Bro.ACo- Marv-
ville, Teun., H T Cox, Louisville, Tenn., J Donaldson,
Union, Tenn.. jonnson s iiair, aiaaisonviue, Tenn.,uraD-
son A Bro., Sevier county, Tenn Fains & King, Dan
dridee. Tenn.. VaugnA Pickle, Sweet Water. TennU
M Jackson, Athens, Tenn., Poullain, Jennings A Co., Au
gusta, ua., jonn tmnningnam, ureensooro, us., r vv j,u
cos, Athens, Go., John Vr ingfaeld, Madison, Go., Carhart
Kon. Macon, ua.. f i vviiiis. aavannan, us. now ly
ABBA If COM.IT. I. L. JODNSO.t
qONLEY & JOHNSON,
(Successors to McClure A Moore.)
No. 10 Broad, and No. 91 South Market St.,
Nashville, Tenn.
ST7EEP consfintly en hand all kinds of Cooking and
IV - Heating Stoves, plain and ornamental; also, Tin
ware, Grates, Ac, Ac
Roofing and Spouting done with neatness and despatch.
Sheet Iron and Copper work for Boats, Rolling Mills,
Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap aa
thecheapest. jan!8 ly.
D. W. BUMILL. T. J. SCOTT. O. H. OAEICO.
RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION
- MERCHANTS,
No. SO BaoAnwAT, Nasuvills, Tkskissei.
NEW BANKING HOUSE.
JOH D. JAM IS. A. WLtSS. DAVID D. JAMS
JOHN D. JAMES & CO.,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Bank of Nashville,
NASHVILLE, TEXX.
B. LANIER. As CO.,
(Successors to Hart A Hollingsworth,)
No. fi Market 8treett Nashville.
WHOLESALE GROCERS Ac DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
oct28 bAtw
IIVEKS Ai CO.,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HARTSVILLK, TENNESSEE.
WILL FOBCHASC OB BELL PBOnCCE AND PROPERTY OP IVZBT
apr28 ' description.
FARE REDUCED TO $7 FROM NASHVILLE T0
JACKSON, TENN.
VIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, Columbia and
Waynesboro. For seats apply at the GeneralStoge
Office. Leaves Nashville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fri
days, nt 6K a. m. dec23 tf.
LlbltAKY OF WIT. ROMANCE AND KAClNtsSS
being translations from the French, new edition, beau
tifully illustrated. Catalogues sent free, on enclosing at
three-cent stamp to H. S. G. SMITH A CO.,
may29 wOm. Box 421 0, New York. P. O.
PROPOSALS FOR SIE FOR PUBLIC
BUILDING.
SEALED proposals will be received by Jesse Thomas
Esq., Surveyor, (Samuel K. Anderson, Esq., PostMaster
and Jacob McGavock, Esq,, until tbe twenty-fifth day of
September next, for a suitable site for a building lor tha
accommodation ot the Custom Boose, Post Office, United
States Courts, and Steam Boat Inspectors, at Nashville,
Tenn. Corner Lots will be preferred, and none are eligi
ble that arc less than one hundred fret bv one hundred
feet, JAMES GUTHRIE,
septr tt Secretary Treasury.
WASnsoTOf, D. 0, Auj. 29, '5T.
DRY GOODS.
THOmLPSOiV & CO.,
FALL AND "WINTER
DRY
1
GOODS.
85 6.
THOMPSON & CO., are now opening a large and varied
assortment of FALL AND WLYTER UK5T GOJDS-
We wouM ask particular attention to our Stock this season,
It beine com nosed of everv thin? new and desiraole to be
found In the Eastern markets, which we ars determined to
sen as cnean as anv House In tne cltv. All we ask is an exam
Jnatlon of our Slock to. prove It. We take great pleasure In
.aon-ingoar gooas.
We have a largo lot of Silks on hnd. varying from to ct.
peryaru to $106 per pattern. A beaulliul line of Silk at JI
per yard, wblcli we cuttn any qunuity to suit purchasers:
SPLENDID FLOUNCED Sfi.Kd. Brocade flounce,
.. batia do
.. Jaspa do
.. .. .. Velvet very line.
.. .. .. for evening; very band-
some ana new; stripe ana ptaia sues or an Hindi and quail
lies; plain and rept silk, all colors; black Silks of all kinds.
Cashmere nnd lleLniiic.
Oar Stock of Woolen Dress Goods embra'es ever thing lu
lunnro. j-iain ana ugureu ueuaiaes, many qMantity;.
Plain Cashmeres, all kinds. Plain Merino, all kin ;
Palm Merinos, all kinds. Rich Caihmrra littarus for
Robes.; Wool Plaids, of all kinds. Bombailuo Alnaccas;
Paramethos;Tamese Cloths a ad Mourning Good, of all kinds.
lACe Goods.
We would call the attention ol the Ladles to our Stock of
Aace Goods. In it thev will find someth nir to Hlease them In
pnceauia taste.
fins vai. Lace reiierlne teauttrul article;
New style Lace Berabe very One;
New style Va.l Lace Capes;
New style Val. Lace Setts very One and eutlrely new;
New style Point Lace, do.
New style Black Thread Lace Sells very desirable;
.. .. Lace Collars;
.. .. Trimmed, do;
Very rich Poiut Lute orlJul Veils; Handkerchiefs, Ac. to
matcn. vai. Lace: foint Lace: &uoerau9 Lace, ana real
inreaa uce;s large assortment aiwsysou nanu.
Xiinbrotacries.
New Style Embroidered -Muslin Setts,
.. .. .. .. Collars,
.. .. .. flandkerchiets,
Embroidered Skirts, Embroidered dresses job.
Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings a large lot,
.. Flouncing a laigelot,
Linen Edgings andlnsartings.
Embroidered Jlu.lln Caps now and cbosp,
.. .. Capes new aud beautiful,
i'or tlic Mubie.
Rich Embroidered Silk Hats new and beautiful,
Merino iiaUneft and beautiful,
.. .. .. Bonnuts ..
Silk Bonnets
Fine Embroidered Merino Cloaks,
Blankets,
Embroidered bodie. and ta-) Urc.sess of all kinds.
Fine Embroidered Muslin and Lace trimmed Caps.
These things are very desirable, Ixlng new and oneap
itibbons.
Oar stock of Ribbons Is very large and well assorted
Rich Molrs Antique Ribbon,
.. Brocade Ribbon,
.. Jaspa Stripe Ribbon,
.. f laid ribbon,
Plain Ribbons of all kinds, and rich Sssh Ribbons.
Cloalis unit Slia ivl-.
We have now In store alarira lot of now stsls Cloaks. also
odkwis anu ocari, oi uvvry ueicrifiiou:
men velvet taimas,
.. Cloaks shawl pattern, new j
.. Cloth cloaks new,
.. Plush cloaks very new,
Very Fine Brocbe Shawls,
.. Stella Bordered Shawls,
.. .. Plush shawls new,
.. Bay State plaid shawlls all kinds,
Oentlemen's traveling shawls,
Ladles' traveling shawls.
Gentlemen's Wear.
Rich French Cassiineres new style,
.. .. Stripped Cassimeres new stylo,
Plain and Plaid cassimeres, of all kinds,
Black French Cassimeres,
Cloth,
Blno French Cloth,
Rich Velvet Vest patterns,
uncut
Rich Silk vest patterns -black and fancy,
Rich Caihmera ve.t patterns.
All kinds of Boys' wear. Gentlemen's under-wear. Rldlns
Gloves, Dress Gloves, etc., etc!
(lores ana Hosiery.
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Child rens' Gloves In ereat va
riety,
Aieianuro's ivia uioves; uuce btxn moves,
Cashmere and Silk Gloveo, plush lined,
Alexandre Silk (plain) and Raglan Gloves,
Lisle Berlin Gloves, lined and uolined,
TatTetatFlush lined, Gloves, etc., etc.
Black and Pearl Silk, and Flesh colored Hose,
Raw Silk Hose. Plush lined and plain.
Cashmere, Lambs' Wool and Alpacca Hose,
Children's Fancy and Plain Wool Hose, of all kinds.
Curtains ana Curtain .materials.
Elegant Lace and Embroidered Muslin Curtains,
Embroidered Muilin for Curtains, by the piece,
Klcli Satin and German Damask.all colors and Hods.
Gimp Tassels, Loops nnd Cornice, to match.
Curncts.
In this line intend to excel bykeeDlne-the Israrsststoek
la the city, and selling at reasonable prices. Having a large
stock on hand, and being desirous of selling as many as pos
sible before removingto our new house, we think It would
be to the advantage of those wishing to nurchase Carnets to
take a look atonr.tock before purchssing elsewhere.
Rich Velvet Carpets, finer wan usually brought to this
market
Rich Brussels and Tapestry Carpets,
3 ply English and American Carpets,
Ingrain Carpets, of all kinds,
Cheap Carpeta. ef every description.
Fine Mosaic. Velvet and Brussels Ross.
Deor and Parlor Mats, in great variety.
Domestic, and. House I'urnislilng Goods.
xteauuiui r renca uuinu, an qualities,
English and American Chintz, all qualities,
English and American Prints, In great variety,
Ballard Vale Flannel, something that will not shrink,
Welsh and French Flannels, vary fine,
Opera Flannels,all colors,
Bay State Flannels, white (great job.)
Linen Table Diaper, all kinds,
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins,
Colored Table Cloths and Napkins to match,
Russia Sheetings, all qnalities,
Russia and IluekabnckTowellng
Fine Damask Towels.
We havo on hand a large stock of Statile Goods of everv
description.
sep 6 21 Public Square.
WATSON 11. COOKS. JiSrZR N. BAILT.
Late of Gainsbcro' Tenn. savcilc godiImll.
CUUKE, BAILEY & CO.,
WnOLESAlE DIALERS IS
ROOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, RONNETS;
VC, AC.
SOUTH SIDE PGBHO SQUARE NAS VILLE, TENN.,
No. 4.
WE are now arranging for sale our FIST STOCK of
the above Goods, which, having been carefully se
lected, and purchased upon the most favorable terms, will
ne iouna well wortn tne attention ot aiercnanu.
We invite an inspection of this Slock, confidently be
lieving that we can supply those who may favor us with
their trade, with handsome aud durable Goods at lucb
prices as will enable them to compete successfully with
Merchants who purchase at Philadelphia.
f5T" Our term of credit is six months to rilialle dealers;
and we will make a liberal discount to Cash buyers.
aug2!s asm cuimr,. UAiL-sr a uo.
PIAJXOS. MKLODEONS. J1USIC. Ate.
THE undersigned has just received and opened for in
spection, the largest stock cf Pianos, Uelodeona and
Musical Merchandise ever offered in the City of Bocks.
Tbe attention ot everyoooy is invited to examine and
judge for themselves As mine ia strictly a Mcsio Busi
ness, purchasers may rely upon getting the very best ar
ticle, and at the lowest renumerative prices. To whole
sale customers I will sell at a per cent oa Eastern trrices.
so that they can gave freight, besides dangers of trans.
portation. ocuoois ana icjcuers snppuea upon toe very
best terms.
sept21 lm J. A. McCLUKE.
LAND WARRANTS UOUGIIT OR LOCATED
I WILL pay cash for Land Warrants. I will also buy
old Missouri and Arkansas Land Patents, issued about
1S19, to soldiers of 1312.
1 am also prepared to locate Lana warrants in bourn
Western Missouri, on th line of the South Western Mis
souri railroad, in connection withagentleiian wbohas had
tbo selecting of more man 2.(100,001; acres ot railroad land
along tbe side of this road. For further particulars, terms,
Ac,, enquire of the undersigned on Cedar street, over tho
1'ost umce. (sepiio) J. u. 1oajwk
LAND FOR SALH.
IF application be made within one month, I will sell on
accommodating terms 1 02 acres of Land, eight miles
from Nashville, on the Gallatin tnmpike, at or near the
first Depot oftbe Nashville and Louisville Railroad. This
land is well improves, acout seventy acres ciearea ana
the balance in wood. It is the place formerly owned by
Judge Batch, and known as Rosemonte. The soil is su.
perior, and tbe neighborhood one of the best in the county.
sept20 lm A. Ii. SHAN EL AND, Agent.
25 Cherry street,
IUE SECOND ANNUAL EXU11J1XION
or Tiic
TENNESSEE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,
Will be held at Odd Fellows' Hall and the Stats Fair
Grounds in tbe city of Nashville,
OCTOBER 18th TO THE 20ra, 1856,
In connection with
THE STATE FAIR,
And the Fair of the
Tinvidson Conntv Acricultnral Society.
"JlTECUANlCc'.Manufacturera, Artists, tbe Ladios all,
XYjL who wish to display the results ot their labor, ecu,
ingenuity or taste, whether prized for use or curiosity, are
invited to contribute such articles for this exhibition.
Articles oi a delicate or perishable character will be de
posited at the Hall, Machinery and heavy or bulky articles
articles will be shown at the ground of the State Fair, at
both of which places the most favorable arrangements are
being made for the display of all articles contributed.
The Hoard of Directors confidently appeal to the citizens
of tbe State to lend their encouragement to this Fair,
which can best be done by rendering it worthy of public
patronage.
Circulars containing fall particulars of the arrange
ments can be had on application to either of the under
signed. WILLIAM STOCKELL, President.
ALEX. MACKENZIE, SupsrinX
septtt tf J. F. MORGAN. Secretary.
WALL PAPERS. 3,000
pieces 25 cent paper just re
ceived: Fire Screens, large 7anety;
Trindad Paper Testers and Center
i lecss, on nana alienor sale oy
may7
23 Public Square, corner Deaderick it
STEAMERS
NEW YORK, UREXEN & SOUTHAMPTON
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.
rpHR ships comprising this line are WASH.
nr.?9.TO!U.,C-lt- Cavendy; HER..
MANN,Capt.Bdward Hlggins. These stea-2
mors stop at Southampton, both gotngnd retaTSngT
----- if.! vr ..(Liara to
From South
From
Kew York.
HKRHASN
WAS H IS QTON ... Feb 23
HERMANN Mar 22
WASHINGTON. ..April 19
HERMANN May 17
WASHlNGTON...Junt 14
HERMANN ..July 13
WASHINGTON...Aug 9
11 EH MANN -Sept 6
WASHINGTON.!. Oct 4
HKHM NN Nov 1
From
Brsmen.
Saturday.
Feb. S3
Mar 2a
April 19
May n
June 1
July 2
Aug 9
Sep I 6
Oct. 4
Nov 1
Nov 29
ampton tor
New York.
Wednesday
Feb.
Mar
April
May
June
July
Aug
Bept
Oct
"Nov
See
WASHINGTON.. .Nov 9
Deo 27
Dec
SlonMntf alSomhamotitti.bMh rain, sn.4 Mln,.i.. i
. - . r- 1 a f -"?""' wvj
oner passengers proceeding to London and Havre, advantages
over any oilier route, for lh economy of Ume'and money.
Passage fioin New York to Southamptoa and Bremen,Flrst
Cabin Saloon, 130 dollars; First Cabin, Lower Saloon, HQ
dollars: .Second do. CO dollars.
. All letters and newspapers must cass through the Post Of
fice.
NolUUof ladlnr nlllba alined or carcela received on tha
uay ui saiung,
an uperiencea surgeon is attached to eacn snip.
For freight or pasais apply to
C. II. SAND, 11 South William street, New York.
C. A. HEINBKEN & CO., Bremen,
CROSKBY & CO- Southampton.
WM. 1SKLIN, Havre. Jan23 ly
CABIN PASSAGJE FROM CHARLESTON
TO NEW YORK,
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS,
United States Mail Line
NSW TORK AND CHARLESTON STEAM
SHIPS.
Through In 48 to S3 Honrs.
SEMI-WEEKLY.
Nashville, 1300 tons, M. Berry Commander.
Marion. ISOO tons. W.J. Foster. Commander.
Jos. Adgcr, 1600 tons, S. C. Turner, Commander.
Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan. Commander.
LifcAY WJAdeers Wharves.everv Wednea.
day and Saturday alter ihe cjriral of the
cars irom tne south and Wist, "at high
water,"
These Steamshins were all built exrjresslv for this
Line and forsafetr. speed and comfort are unrivalled on
the Coast.
Tables supplied with everrluxurT. Attentive and eom
teous liommanaers, will insure Travellers bv this Line
everv .-vaiuiBcouitorsanaaccommoaauon.
Cabin passage,. ..25,
Steerage passage. is.
For freight or passage, having elegant State Rocm Ac
summooauons, appiyto
Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf,
feb!8'S6 tf Charleston, a. C.
EXPRESS NOTICE.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RA2L-
llOAO.
rpflK "ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY" have mad ar
1 range menu with tne above Railroad for a Dailv Ex.
press Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward
Freight, Packages, Ac. by Passenger Trains to Huntsvlile,
Decatur. Tuscumbia and intermediate stations on tha M.
A C. and N. A C. Railroads. Small Packages at reduced
rates.
tST" Messengers leave Nashville dailv at 7 o'clock, a m.
nf Freights to be forwarded br Exnrees will be called
ior witnoui extra cuarge. A. iw liULil,
apra Agent.
For tUe Complete Cure ol Conjrlt, Cold,
V r. V ...... ft ., 1. n. n a. ..1-7.. 1
- m ft. .n.ar tuft, a s uu.ft.ui, ftta, OLPft ft ftftftftfc,
of Blood, and all other Lunfr Complaint
tending- to Consumption.
rpHIS crecaratlon Itrettlnrlntonaa all over nnrooontrv.
J- The numeroat lettart we receive from our varloua a-
gents, lnrormlng ns or cures effected la their Immediate
neighborhood!, warrant ut In tavlng It is one ol : the best, If
uv. i oi j uiuuu)a luauiuuaa now ueioro uia UUUIIC
It almost Invariably rellavea and not nnrrnnnsntlT miti
the very worst caaes. Whet all other Cough preparations
have failed, thlt bat rellevtd the patient, as Drucitsts.deal
ers In lledlclnei, and Fhyaiclans can testify. Atfe the .Agent
in your nearest town, what has been his experience of tbo
effects of thlt medicine. If he hat bun nlllnrlt fnranr
length of time he will tell you It It tbe beat medicine extant.
Below we give a few extracts from letters we have recelv
ed lately regarding the virtues of this medicine.
Dr.S. S.OslIn, of Knoxville, Ga., aayt: I bavs been
using your Liverwort and Tar verv extensively In mv nne-
ll..rnr tiiM..MMn.it ami It I . ttft. 1 . . ...-
belief In ltt superiority over all other articles with whleh I
am acquainted, for which It Is lecommended.
N. C, says: "1 ha Liverwort and Tar is becoming dally
more popular in this country, and we think Justly ao. All
who have tried Ittpeak In commendable terms of It, and say
Itis verv benelcislln allovlatinir tbe comnlalnta or whleh it
maura.riujtemuoc iirenntrs, wnungrrom tvaynatvtiie, i
Is recommended.
Our Agent In Pickens District, S. C, Mr. S. K. MePall,
asm res ua that he met llwith great benefli In bis own family
uurucuianieuaai.tonisneignnors.'' negivet an tnsianco
1 ia negro woman In his vicinity, who had been suffering
iltbdlieaieofthe Luds-s for vean. attended with invsr
eongh,wbowatrelleveiibytheLlverwortand Tar.
Such arethe good rerorU we hear of this Madlelna from
til parta or Ihe .South. Por a report of the surprlslne; curet
It hat performed lathe Western and Northern aad eastern
States, we would Invite the suffering patient to read the pam.
Ehlet which accompanies each bottle. Toal wessy,have
ope, have hope!
Try the Medicinal! Ba warned In seaaonlll And neftlec
not that cough which la dally weakening your constitution,
Irritating your throat and lanes, and Invltlne on that dread.
disease, Consumption, when so toothing and healing a rem-.
eay can oe ooiaiuea at norert' oyrup ot Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeit! and base Imitations. The genuine
artiste is signed Andrew Rogers, on tbe engraved wrapper
around each bottle.
Price. One Dollar Der Bottle, cralx Bottlea for Flva Dol
lars. Sold wholesale and retail by SCOVlL & MEAD.
Ill Charlrea St. bet. Contl and St. Louis, S. O., Sola Agent
or the Southern States, lowbomall orders and annllcatiunt
for Agenctei mutt bs addressed. Sold alto by
Ewin Brothers. Berry & Damovlle. A. K. Raaeo. Thoa.
Wells, and tl. W. Handerahott, Nashville, Tenn , and by all
other Drngglcttlhronghthe State. anli dAtrlwly.
THE WAS II VILLE AN1 CUATl'ANOOUA
KAIXROAD
WILL charge full fare to Nashville and give a return
Ticket free of charge on tbe follows? occasions.
to bold good Irom tbe 10th to 23d October ;
American Convention to bo held in Nashville, 10th and
11th O-lober, 1SE6.
Annual state Hairs, from tbe ISlh to 18th October. In
clusive.
Democratic Convention to be held In Nashville, on the
21st October, 1816. D. 1. ANDERSON,
sept25 ltrwwlt - Hnp't W. A a K, R.
W. K. CORNELIUS;
AGENT FOR Tne SALE CF
FISK'S METALLIC BTJKIAL CASES,
IN MIDDLE TENNKSAEE.
Funeral Undertakin
WOTWITHSTANDINO the recent Fire, we are still in
ooeration, ready and willing to attend on all Funeral
occasions when called on as usual, with everything that
is necessary on such occasions. Office and Ware Rooms,
No. 83 Deaderick street, in the bongs formerly occupied
by Oram A Shepherd, where orders may be left night or
day. J. . JuciyUiiua,
july25 ny w. it. uoajraLrcs.
NOIICK.
TBE Stockholders of the Citizen a Coal Company are ro
quested to make paymen to the amount of thei
tock subscribed when called on or they will forfeit their
Bmount of stock O. IS. Y ANNOY,
jnlvlS Sec'ry.
" Bscelsior" ! !
AT tha great trial of Agricultural Implements in Nash
11 n It.. Ath RlK onA Ath nf .Inn. 1 C.R
THE "EXCELSIOR CORN COB MILL" WAS AWARD
ED THE HI fill hi) T PREMIUM.
as will appear from the following extract from the report
of the committee. They say
"Of Corn and Cob Crushers there were 8 entries, bnt
in consequence of seme accidental breakage, only two
made trials.
1. FxceUior.b7 J. C. Baldwin (Leavitt's Patent)
2- Joyce's Star MilL by B. S. Welier. Little Giant, br
O. IL Anderson.
Both these Crushers are constructed on Similar mechani
cal principles, and use about the same power; but the
judges gave the premium to Baldwin's MilL It seemed to
have more capacity in a given time, but its chief superiori
ty consists in its having moveable rings, which constitute
the grinding surface, and of course tbe wearing surface
These grinding surfaces aro cast iron, and can be re
newed readily ana at utile cost. This gvics more dura
bility for less money."
Tbe above Mill, for Crushing Corn and Cobs, or grind
ing meal fbr family use, is furnished all complete, with
two pair of grinding rings, which mats it equal to two
milts, at tne low price of $50,00.
Address JAW La u. BALDWIN a CO,
Je2T 6mtw4w 87 College street, Nashville, Tenn.
ESTKAY UUJIPUKEVS COUNTY.
TAKEN up by Iliram McElyea, living in Humphreys
County, District No. 6, a HORSE MULE, about five
years old, of a brown elaybank color, 12f or 13 hands
high, right hind leg aDoears V bavs been broken, the
fasten joint of tbe other seems to be gouted, has come
knots upon It, no other brands perceptible. Valued to
Ibf, 23d bept-135. nr. nuiii.,
gey txa wat-
WANTED I
f)f ACTIVE MEN who can lurnun a learn ana
ell Wagon, to act as travelling Agents for tha Cele
brate! "EXCELSIOR" CORN CRCSUEll.
Liberal' inducements will be cfered.
jAaiEO u. natiunin,
Bpt2S dSwlm 87 Coilege Street. Nashville.
PERKINS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
... . vimr r t. r . . ..n '
JBWO 1J nun utuiaUUISi
Ayer's Pills.
Are Car tag me aiclc to as extent Mvar feefere
known of any medicine.
iHTalids, read aid jadge frywsel?es.
JULES HAUBL, Esq., the well known perfumer of Chetant
.uciftJuuufiiyuiftfiiiwiouuiM iroftiucta ar-a zouada
almoet every toilet, sara :
"I am hacDV to aav of tour CxrHAma Pntx. tlx,, r h...
found them a better mm!!- medidaa for oomasos use, '-
any other within my knowledge. -Many of my fileads hav
leallzrd marked benedta from them, and colselda with ma
In believing; tnat they possess extraordinary vtrtat tor dri
ving out dl.eaoe aad curing the sick. They are net only ef
fectual, but safe and cleiaant tn ha rlrn ntitui,u .ti.k
known'0 ralaX bJ l0" DabUc
Tho venerable Cbaacallor WARDLAW, writes fxaa BaW-
Dr. J. C. A tiK. sir : I hTA ttn miif Ptll. wfilt -
beneflt, fbr the tlatleasneu, lsnxor, leu at apnente. aad hll
loua headache, which has of lit veart overtaken, me la the
prinz. A few do of vour PllU ennui ma t .
jour Cherry Pectoral many years la mv ball tet eaaaka
andeolds wlta unfantnt saccM. Yoa make meSiEftT
wiuca care, ana 1 wo 1 11 a pleasure to command von for tha
food yon have done and are doing."
J0J1m P-,BEATTY, Esq, Secretary of tha Pennsylvania
Fenntylvaata Railroad OSee, )
...... w , PhlladelplvU, December 13,183. I
sir: I take cleaaart la auUlnt- mv taatlmonv tn th.
fi.O.a.r.m,U0iIl.8,' lnln arrived very miLrrUt beneflt
from the moot butk n P..-ior.i .nt d,,,..
?i ,1 1"18 mT meant will procure them,
worth, Hew Hampatlre, writes r
Vl?12ntu'l Jar CatautTio Pills' In m metlee I
, v -r-"" moeuons or tbe Uver. cauinr
headache, lndtgesaon, coaUveneaa, and the rrett VarletT
oueaaet that follow. UtTariaiam
In all cases where a ennratrvs remadr vf .
denUy recommend tneaeKUs to the pabUe, at iDMilor
anv other I have ever found. Thev an anrs i t-
t ion. and perfectly safe, qualities which make them aa Inval
uable articl for public use I have for man v vean known
your unarry sectoral at ine but couch medlctae In tha
world, and theta Plllsare in no wltela&rlor tnihM.!. .
hie preparation for the treatment of diseases."
aitoii, Aiaae, .wov.as, iscj.
"Dr. J. C. Atik Sear Sir: 1 have beta amiftH f.
my birth with Scrofula in lu wont form, and now. aflar
twectv veart' trial, aad an untold aaoani of mfrrin. k...
been completely cured tn a few weeks by your FLU. With
vrhat feeliltzs of rejoicing L writer-can. only bs taagtned
whenvou realize what 1 have inffered, and how Jong.
Never, until now, have I been free from this Ioathsoai
dlseaae In aome abape. At timet tt attacked my eyes, and
mad me almoat blind, besides tha unendurable pals i at
others It settled in the tcalp of my head, and destroyed ay
hair, aad has kept ma partly bald all my daja ; sometimes It
" v. ftuj uuu ftcjji ii jor oontas a raw tort.
44 About nine weeks ago I commenced taking joorCatbar
tfC Plllt, and now am enllnly free from the complaint. Mr
evetaro well,-and my a Unit fair, and my hair hat com
menced a health j frowtb. ; all of which makes ma fee! al
ready a new person.
" Hoping thlt autement may ha tha means of coararlni
Information mat shall do good to others, lam, with avtrr
ttuUmenluf arnUtadB, Your., 4c,
...ft t . 1L4S1A HICKKH." .
44 1 have known tha abovBBimnrl Miria m-b.. . 4
childhood, and her ttatemtnt It atrietlv true. '
ATluKJtw J. MBSKKVE.
Overseer of tha Porlaraonth Minnti.fnH..i. t
Cip.UKJ?Ei?, F'01 Marloa.wrlus from'Borten,
44 Your Villa have cured me from a bLhona attuh vi,k
arose Irom derangement or the Liver, which. had heeemei
verv aertouft. I had failed of anv relief bv m ni.u..
and from every remedy I cjuld try, but a lew dotes ol
yeurrtllshtTe completely restored me to health- I hav a
given them ta my children for worms, with the best tirecu.
They were prumptly cured. I recommended tttm to a
riend for coatlveneas. which 'had' truublad hi
he old me la a few dajt they had cured him. Ton raaki
tne beat medicine In the world, and I am frt to ta to."
..ov. tuftw ftiwu. ftllftftjUgUiSUCftl SUUHWrDI lllT CfUprtmS
ftwui., .um viuiiajj. auuiura alio saaue) mm to Well
known, not only In this but the neighboring States -
A'aw UiLtftm. Sth Anril nci
44 Sir: t bavt great saliifaetlnn in luorlni nn ih.t m.rr
and family have been very much benentted by jwu medi
cines. My wtle wat enred two jeara since, ot a tevere and
dangerous congb, by yoar Cherry Pectoral, and'alnce then
hat eed ptirieci netllh. ily children have teveral time
bean cured from attack! of the Imluenia and croup lit It
It la au Invaluable remedy for the complaints, Votr Ca
tartlc Pills bave oured m from a d.aieuau and nn.tirn.
Hess, which has grown upon me Cor some jeart lnded,
tnit cure it muca more important, rrom the fact that I had
failed to get relief Irom tha ben phjaielana which tola sea
lion of tho country anorda, and from any of tbe oumeroa
remedlet I bad tasen.
"You teem tout. Doctor. Ilka a DrorldenUal blaxln u
our family, and you maj well tappote we are not unr-'n '
ful of It. Yonrifc.reapectfallv,
LEA V ITT THAXTKH.'
SinaTi CiuxatB. Oa:o. torn Sth. issi
Da. J. C. Avsa Honored air : 1 have mad a thomuh
trial of the Cathartlo Pills, left me by jour ani, atd hav
been cured by them of Ua dreadful Hueumatlam under whia
he found me eufjering. The flnt dot9 relieved ma, aad a
I few tubaeuneat dotes have entire!, removal ineajwa.e
ifeel la better health now than tot soma veeraoefare,
veart-noforA.
which 1 attribute entirely to the effects of your Catoa-itic
Ptr.Lt. Yours, with great respect.
ft.ut.tta u. aisrvitXiP.
11 r"The above are all from cerioaa who ar nnMi-i
knuwn where thev reside, and who would not make thsM
statements without a thorough conviction tha they war
true. Prepared bv
DR. J. C. AVER,
PaicrtCAL aaoAaALvnCAL Cmmu.,
jtprUg-.'Sa- Lowell, Mass
i'OUNU AJMJilUCA.
I A "T3 wanted fa every cousry In thia and adjoining
1 xXbtates to sell He abate new and unpro ed COlIf
Aiiu luii .uixij. to au suen, a rare cn-iice to
make money will be ofTered. Exclusive State and tountr
privileges will be disposed of on unusually fa.r tertus, by
application to the Proprietor.
.UCJttxSlK, AJtU SiUUlv KA1SEKS,
I otl'er you a Corn and (Job Mill ttnsurrmsavd Is th.
Union, and which cannot be superceded bj past or fa tare
inventions. It is the very Mill which everv Farmer and
Stock Raiser should have; it will crush from 8 to 10 bnih
els Corn and Cob per boor, with one horse: ia easily fitted
up and managed; weighs 340 lbs., and aa all contact of tha
grinding suriaees is prevented, will last any farmer an or
dinary lifetime. I speak thus of its durability because tha
same principle has been fairly tested in the old Bark MilL,
vr ao is ii uai wants
A MILL ON TRIAL
tor one month, and if it don't give complete eatis&etion, to
return it? If there be any man thai diBposed,It him now
speak. Satisfaction is warranted in aver y case, or !ha mon
ey win oe reiunaeu. iota irusner can Da attached to
horse, water or steam power, which' renders it the meat
convenient Mill south of Meson's and Dixon's line. All
other Crushers now in tha south require too ran eh power,
or will soon wear out. According to
THE LAWS OF NATURE
a Corn and (Job Mill which admits of a lateral or wabbling
motion, will, necessarily, toon wear out: all ether Crush an
are amenable to this grand objection, and tha Proprietors
uaruuuiuuuw ii. au .ui, Cftiutvrucuuu ot 1 QUXU AXia
ICS," I have gained power, and I defy contradict! on; I have
lessened friction, aad I challenge ona ward to the centra,
ry; lbateprerenteda wbbUnglatralmotion,and sllara
compelled to acknowledge it: therefore, I assert Uutit iaj
far superior to any other Mill. I am now sailing; tUl Tea
nessee invention at the small sum of
FIFTY DOLLARS.
And any ona wanting a "good thing," la earaettlf re
quested to examine the true merits and prindplea of thia
Mill, and order from the Proprietor cr Agent.
A liberal discount made to dealers. -
J. P. DROMGOOL2,
8belbyville,Tenn.,Oct.'S5 Bote Proprietor.
AGENTS.
Ellis, Moore A Ca, 84 Market atreot, Nashville, Mann
facturers and General Agents.
Beaumont, Fall A Co., Olorkrrillr, Agenta fbr Koctgoa.
ery county.
Ab Watiina, Pulaski, A gent for Giles county.
Wm. U.Hunt, Salem, Agent for Franklin county, Tean,
and Jackson county. Ala
James li. Vance, Costiliaa Springs, Agent for Scaiaer
county.
J. W. Hatcher, Columbia, Agent for Maury county.
W.M. Bell, P. M . Rome, Agent for Smith eoasty.
J. R. Aikinl Charleston, Agent for Bradley county.
W. R. Uunley A Broe, Loudon, Agents for East Taauatv
e, oct 11 lydAtxiw
JOY TOTUK voni,ut
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE ERMEDY
Hurley's Sarsaijarilla.
OF all the remedlet that haver been dlacovered dartng tha
preeent as;o for tha "thousand lilt that if h lahelr to,"
none equal thrt wonderful preparation. Only three tears
have elapsed stneeths discoverer (who tpent a daeadt In
siud Jlng, txperimentaltzin g and perfecting It) tint Istrodue
ed It to the public, and it Is already recognized by the most
eminent physicians inall parts of the country to b the moat
surprising and effective remedy for certain diseases of which
they have knowledge.
'All other compounds or syrups of the root have hitherto
failed to command the sanction of the faculty, bceaatt, oa
bulng tested, they have been found to contain nations la gra.
dlents, which neutralize the good effects of the tanaparillt,
and flentlmes Injure the health of the patient. Ufa notto
with Hurley's pieparattoru
Tblt It the pure aad genuine extract of the root; and wtlLon
trial, be found to effects certain and perfect cure of the fol
lowing complaints aau aieeasea :
Affsctlon of lha Bone,
Habitual Cottlv easts,
Indljestlon,
4Jver complaint,
Kles,
Palmonary Olteates,
Scrofula, or Klac'sEvU.
SyphilU,
Lieauity,
Stteaaet of the Kidneys,
Sytpeptla
Rryalpelas,
Female Irregularities,
Fit tula,
And all TiitMiaanf tha Skin.
Betides curing tbe above, It la alto knows to ba a gnat
and powerful tonic, purifying the blood aud Invigorating tha
X!n abort, tt It without exception, la tha cases mealfanod
and lit general effect on tbe eytlem, tbo most effleaciout, at
till moat deairablt, remedy oflhe age. It la already tatto.
lively ated throosboat tbe country, and Is fsst&blafntng an
Kuropem repuutlon. The instances of caret it has eOscted
aro dally coming to the preprittor's knowledge, and ht has
nobetitatlonln recommending It toons and all who desire to
nroeure relief from tuffdrlng. On bottle being tried, Ita efc
facte will, ba too apparent to admit of farther doubt.
Kecollectnnriof'tfc'erstparillals the only genuine artlct
la tha market-
ICy 'ri on9 oMs.r per bottle, or alx for Ave dollars.
Fortalttttbe manufactory, corner Of Seventh ai,d Green
ttretu, Loaisvllle, Ky. Also, wholttale and retail by H. G.
SCOVUi, and by dealers In Medicine through' t tha UnlUd
States, Canada and Mexico. 1rnni rlrftwlT
BERRY A DEMCYIL
Whnleaal Age n'i, Nahvi!!t
HOT1CK TO COATRACl Olt.
SEALED proposals will ba received until the-lst of Oa
tober, for tha Grading and Masonry, on seetioaa II.
12,18, 14, 15,18,17,18, 19, 20 and 21 or tha ESgsfleld
and Kentucky Railroad. Upeciflcationa. Profilo; &, con
bs seen at our OfSce in Springfield, Itobertaon county,
Tenn. Estimates will be mads every thirty days, and rain
on tha day promised,
aeptll -id&wto Octl. STARS A WILLIAMS.
I,Ah(iMUI(Ki: ftk AitJlIMriAJJ.
KA BOXES Langborna A Armisteod'a Celebrated To.
OU bacco, jostreaeiyed. .
anglT-lw sir JOHNSON, EOBNX :jk CO
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