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T. JT. 0CEN7T, Local a Commrrrittl Editor.
Saturday Horning, Kot. 22, 1858.
To Citizens and Stranger.
The; pnblicntion office of the Patriot, No. 16,
DcmliTick ptreot, having boon enlarged, will
b found open at all limes, day and night, where
newspapers from all sections of the country,
and the latent telegraphic news will be lound
upon our tables for the accommodation of
visitor- A general invitation is extended to
citizens and strangers in the city to call and
avail themselves of these advantages for ob
tainias the latest news.
BEADY FOR THE WINTER TRADE.
We are now receiving, at the Pavaur Owes, direct 7
from the East, a Urge stock of
and PRINTING M ATFRIAI.F,
f,.Pri,J expressly lo suit Cie requirements of tbe M INTER
BUHNER, and are consequently in reaoioem to fl I
promptly all order from OLD or NEW CUSTOM! 23 for
all d :tcriptlan of
JO It FKIT1G,
On unuswtl'y fsvoraMe terms.
We have also re;ilenii-h.d cur stock o! ELAVK3, of wt.lch
we wiil hire at all t:m-s on hand a full assortment.
tivsr and Steamboat -ewa.
Tlio river in ttill falling at this point with
two feet wattr on Ilarpetfi Shoals.
The only arrival jeterday was tie A. L.
Jtiri from Cairo, and the only departure was
the Urire for below.
The Tennessee and Jlila were looked for
l-fT" The steamer Aleonia, now lying at
the wharf in this city, has jut leen painted
and rt fitted. She is au excellent boat, having
long been a favorite with the public. She is
to ron this reason in the Nashville and Mem
phis trade. She is commanded by CapL Jas.
lf The attention of Commercial men is
denoted to the card ot Tlobert Moore, forwar
dir.g and commission Merchant, CiocinDatl.
Auction. The great sales of splendid glass
ware, fancy good, &c, by Brace, the famous
and redoubtable auctioneer, commences on
Monday next, at Odd Fellows' Hull. Their ar
ticles will be open for inspection and examina
tion to day.
t?T" J. G. Robertson, on Hroadway, has re
ceived a fine lot of sweet Havana Oranges.
He has also an excellent and geueral assort
ment of goods in his lin.
UrcKwriEAT Flock. Quick, Mead & Co.,
have on hand a lot of new Ruckwheat flonr.
Those who are fond of buckwheat cakes will
bear in mind the place where they can obtain
IIocsh to Rest. See the advertisement of
a comfortable family residence to rent.
Fixe Family Flock. A. J. Hughes, sole
asent in the city for the "Tyre Mills," has at
his Rakery, a few doors below the Sq-.iare, on
Ooll.-ge street, a fresh lot of extra Family Flour,
in suck3 and barrels, from tho above mills,
which is 1oui:d to bo equal if not bupeiior to
any in the market.
Coal. There is a few more loads of the coal
brought np by the Sligo. Apply to I. Hard
castle on the wharf.
A Cea9:i. The walls of the new building
being erected by II. &, 11. Douglas, on the cor
ner of lower Market Mreet and the Square,
foil lu yesterday with a tremendous crash.
They were four ttories high and had nearly
reached completion. The west wall had sprung
Keversl inches out of a true line, and the high
wind of yesterJay proved to much for it.
Tho brick and timbers are all more or less
injured and wo are told that the accident in
volves a loss of rcurly $."000. Fortunately
iio person was on the building at the time, the
workmen having descended to get dinner.
The fTce employed upon it immediately com
menced removing the rubbish preparatory to
creeling tho building again.
Jtluvemeiit of Theatricals.
Mr. Xeafie is al Louivi'.lo. Mr. Bernard is also
plaviitg an enagi'iueut at the smut) place.
Mm. Julia Di-an ll.iyno las re appeared at the
Metropolitan iu Sau Francisco, where she is now
LU Montei is to play an engigeiuent at the
nine placo when Mrs. Ilayue has completed hTS.
Mrs. Farrnn is at tho St. Charles, New Orleans.
DolUr ha a sploiidij compauv. Mr. V. pUyeJ
Julia iu Knowles' "Hunchback," on the opening
uight, whi;h was the 10th, and the J'icayune e:ji
of the performance:
"We have ever thought Mrs. Farrcu's Julia one
of the btbt 011 the sttge, and ia-t night's perform
ance lent new cuntiruiatiuu to our opinions."
At Crisp' Uatolie the English Opera Troupe,
with Mis Hussite Dsrard as the j-rhna donna, is
draw ng gouJ houses unJ tilling (he cuffcr? of that
b joH ot a theater.
T:ie The tter d'Orleans has commenced tho sea
son uinler very favurabld uupjik'es.
Mitt Peel's "Campbell Minstrels" are giving
tlioir uuiutid euterlainaientu at Snaldin2 & Hirers'
Amphitheater, New Orleuns.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Conway, ara playing at the
St. Louis Theater.
Uiss Eli Login is fulfilling an engagement at
tbe People's Theater in the same city. AVe find
the (uliowing complimentary allusion lo her iu the
Diin-Krat of Friday lust:
"To-night Miss Elizi Logaa will take a benefit.
It is not necessary (hit we should speak to our
rcadeis in reference to the claims of this young la
dy. Siiu is well Kuowu among our playgoers, as
th.j mo-t talented actress that has ever appeared
on the boards of a theater iu this city. Her pres
ent eiig igjinent has beeu attended. with more than
Usual success, and, iu fact, we have never seen her
etloiis so free Iroro points assailable by critical
quiulilers as at the present time. Commendation
li s been unanimous and deserved, and Miss Eiizs
L.n now stands, in the estimation ol all compe
tent j iiges, the best actress on the American
Catharine Rats has concluded an engijeroent
with Mr. Luiuley, the rmprttmrio of her Majesty's
Theater, in Loudon, wheie the will appear at the
commencement of the ensuing season.
Max Marutztk has an opera troupe at the new
The Tarodi and Strakosch Concert Company
were la-t hearj o( iu Albany.
Msgie Mitchell is p. 'i forming at Rice's Theater,
Thf Christy Minstrels were at Columbus, G., on
Mia llerou has j 1st completed a very successful
engacuiout iu Memphi.t, and is to appejr ehor:ly
at the St Charltts in the l'reseei,t City.
Mr. CoulJock is at present iti this city, sujjr
from a aeVt-re attack of indonisatory rheums
tiam. He is, towiver, we are l.appy lo learn,
improving, aul will soou be able to ceiLpKte his
Tuo Kr-s'et theatrical feat on record was
revvnt'y performed by John Urourhain snJ .1 por
t'oa of hid company, of the liowcry Tneater, N.
Vj.k. They performed a full p!.y at lh Cowerj
'J'ueaU'r, Now Vork, an J another complete drama
at the National Th titer, l'i..(delpliia took a
leautooat rid4 r.j.ioaJ exrtiraion two carriage
ri le got olf iuuuuierahls jokes wet wua any
qsauiiiy of inci lei, is, and partook of a sphiiJiJ
Uauqjet all iu the space of mi Lours.
Hirer .e-lc Absudanl.
Sr. Lciis, Not. 18.
The weather has been for the U.t three dtys
clear, cool and pleasant. The river here is (iiiu
luwly with a chauuel depth te Caiio U fuhy iiius
The apper rivers are all falling.
las is waking rapidly in the atutsosri an J upper
Viksissippi, aud navigation sbovs iit. Losi ii diw
log to a close.
, A geut!:iuaa who has just arrivsd from St. Paul's
report Lake 1'epio Iroiea over aolid. Navigation
from that point upwards msy l couaidercd upa.
Tribute IItespectte tlteTIcmorf of Dr.
. Nash villi Nov. 21, 1856.
At a meeting of the Physicians of Nashville
called st the office of Drs. Wiruton k Nichol, on
motion Dr. Johs Sueldt was requested to preside
and Dr. W. L. Nichol was requested to act as
The chairman having stated the object of the
meeting la express the sentimeut of the Medical
profession at the death of Da. McNaiet, on motion
of Dr. J. D. Winston, the following gentlerasn
were appointed to draft suitable resolutions, via,
Das. Fiatx Robfrt.-os, Callisder, Fobo, R. C,
K. Martik and Liwis.
The Committee reported the following which
Whcrkab, By ordination of Divine Providence,
a lamented and venerated (riend and brother, Dr.
Botd McN'aibt, has been summoned from our
midst, we have assembled to mingle our regrets
in a comxon voice of sorrow and condolence.
Our departed friend was a ripened sheaf. n
had touched the Psalmist's, allotted three score and
ten, and we are not called to mourn that be was
untimely taken off, but that iu the order of Dature,
one so lavishly endowed with all the qualities
which compose the humane and judicious physi
cian, the upright citizen, and the warm hearted and
cordial friend, could not have been longer spared.
In Lis death we feel that the profession of medicine
has lost an ardent and honorable devotee; the com
munity in which he pursued it, a skillful and useful
practitioner; and his professional brethren, one
who was scrupulously regardful of the amenities
of professional aud social life, and endeared to
them by a long intercourse.
Dr. McNairy's intellectual gifts were of a high
order, and his scientific attainments were more pro
found and varied, than his unostentatious manner
showed them be. Re never attempted to shine,
but the bedside aud the consultation room always
proved him well informed, accurate and discrim'u
But if the qualities of his head were superior, he
surely was rarely gifted with those gentler qualities
of heart which unite affection and admiration. No
man had warmer frieuds, and no man was a warm
er or more disinterested one.
His long life was a checkered one, now bright
with sunshine and prosperity, and now clouded
with reverses, but he. was equal to every vicissi
tude, and seemed in the possession of a singularly
calm and equable temperament to take "fortune's
buffets and rewards with equal thanks."
His long citizenship had made him almost uni
versally known in this community, and in every
relation oflife he giint-d its esteem and confidsnce.
Tho intelligence of his death has given iise to an
expreion of regret as unanimous as the respect
which h life had inspired.
When such a mm dies it behooves those who
have been most intimately associated with him to
attest their sense of his worth, and be it therefore
Retolvul, That in the death of Dr. Botd Mc
Naiht, we recognize an irreparable loss to socie
ty and the profession of which ho was a member.
lirtohid. That we extend to his afflicted family
our corJial sympathy in their great bereavement,
and assure them of our sincere regret.
Dr. R. C. K. Martin moved that as a mark of the
respect entertained f r the venerable deceased, the
Pbysieisns of the city attend the funeral to-day at
3 o'clock, P. M. and proceed on fot to the ceme
tery. The motion was adopted.
It was al.o moved by Dr. Martin, that Dr.
Robertson and Shelby, the professional and social
companions for half a century of the deceased, be
requested to prepare a discourse commeiumorative
of his life and medical career. Adopted.
The Chairman appomted the following gentlemen
as Fall Bearers:
Dr. Felix Robertson, Dr. John Shelby,
" A. II. Buchanan, " John D. Kolly,
" J. P. Ford, " John D. Winston,
" R. C. K. Martin, Robert Martin.
The proeeudings and resolves of this meeting
were ordered to tie transmitted to the bereaved
family, and furnished to the city pnpers for publi
cation. JOHN SHELBY, M. D. Chm'u.
W. L. Nicuol, M. D., Sec'y.
Theater. It will bo remembered that to
night is the last appearance ot Mr. Toier here
aud that it has been eet apart for a compli
mentary benoCt to him. It is ueeClesa to nay
that a very attractive bill has been telected.
The house will doubtless be crowded.
ttf" I'urodi and Srrakosh are on their way
South. They are to be in Louisville on Mon
dsy Light next. Wonder if they will fnvor
111 withoLe or more of their entertainments.
Nashville, Nov. 21st, ISoG.
Mk-m:s R. F. Cheatham, S. Cigg am oth
ki;s Gentlemen: Your very Haltering and un
expected letter of yesterday, was received with
my binccre thanks for the kind expressions of
yonr frier.dhip for me, contained therein. In
reply, I beg leave to inform you that, with tho
kind permission of Mr. Dsvis, I am enabled to
accept of your peuerotis olFer of a complimen
tary benefit, and will name this evening, (Sat
urday,) for tho ssiiie, when I hope, by my en
deavors to pleas?, still to merit a full share of
yonr nnrd and esteem.
I am, gentlemen, very respectfully yonrs,
J. B. TOZER.
COM M E It C IAL.
NAMIVILLI DAILY PATRIOT OFFlCr, I
Nahitiilb, November Si, ISM.
Cttok Wa (rtva lOill1 ai the rnliiif ratea. Liula
Do'hinz vii doneyeiterdaj.
Fun . The market va quiet, f uperflaa t aelilig at $4,
Mkal l!a t'lffcrei a light deelice. TtoMfrt vereaiVtrf
MvaOc Vrr bo.hcl, but we heard of no traaaaetioni at thoM
Biuret. We 411 .te it at 4.A0.
I'aovi iok. No change. Banoa hams ara quoted at
?a.V; thouMen C7o
Lrd Act.r at IO1IO.V0.
1'mu Improved, and fil ing at ISaltc from wtfens
and Z0a22c In market.
Coat.. The cpp1r il gluing ahort. Mnantaln coal Is
telilag for 8JtRV, S$wanee at la'?,Ohio river SS$ c.
tlmis' frt fTeneJ price for allTarietlea. We quote jreen
at 5.c. ilrj Soulhera salted W4Sc.
Fa Nrrs Cjm'.nf in brUk!y. We qiotsthea atTOaSde
Praia. The market eont:nur a"tiva. About fifty hhds
changed hand diiriui the week alllall Vf fr filr U brims
Tbrre iaaeearellycf cliatce and it eommaudt 12alJ)o.
M'iLaiaa la eoming forward In fair quantltiea. Ws
quote N. 0. at Me , an J Puroh xiae at BDe.
C rr. The trade In Ccffc o ia actve. We quote Rio at
ll V!1 ; Lnujra 14; favallalSe.
W'aiatT. Active, with tranaactiona at 85i5c for oommoa
to eatra Cincinnati.
Itaaswaz - Demand good. We qoOte at Nc.
Cnsi. In demand aUvSa.
Mew Orleanw Tlnrket.
Ntw 0l. Nov. 15. xiubt. CiTn'S The Urge b-
eHof ynterdaj ai fuiloae'1 tf a v-rr f-ttrSanaod to-day
and thf aal-e bare aniountcH lo ahoul 1 nl-, I re 1-
ui rtki Ul-Z gDDeral'y we 1 a iwtaiacd. Ws eU3 quote:
Inf rir ...-a- I M.MIn.e lltaatlW
Ordinary ........ ICS''"1 li Onr4 V.d l.nf ....lla'
(i dHi Imi-f . ,H'V1 I MtldUog Fair
Low Midd-tog ....11 aH.S I Fair '. 1.1S
Ffiaa vt notii sale of about lt)d Lhd. at aloarfy
MoLa.'i.S.-rate bare airaa away alxtat Se pee gaJUia aad
th c nivi ir M r a new mp rheir al 6v, tm lula
at .Vie . oiduiary al &c and if hail bbla. choice ml dc
T.tm-Wt bear et IBS hhH aold yesterday, of whiek
9 and Iwseu uliat lerwia and HO biui. aoeats al e per lb.
ruwi. There Va brer a UW dewiae-t, with Mklea of M0
'h t , ipeM l.tig I'oaxupe'floe M IxMiaal 17; 'ai theaame;
Uo cojutry at 4 ft'f "PrB : and I foe fre; WO
t4.b uu private lenuV, aed lUU cho.ee eiUa eiawl'ajta lee
ur three 1ot at f pee bbl.
Cuea Tbe Jrn ai d eoolinne red and bageliaee
brua.i4t u. d.x, eoniri-i J al V l"e : ''al ltal'V;
I'm at lo-eo.;wO at lu J- ko aklia. abdiowcbvioeat 11 Jka
Trtasir. K-v. IS, r M. Cottjs. The steamer m-
eeeou I a rro lx-d n eCn-t. and the saaiket laaacLacacol.
I. AMI Wlllmrt. T!ia Vinani-i.l Clrnmr tit
Uera Kweenv. Kiltenhnuaii At P., im
j , "1 - w r
t'lere has leeo ieiued under ail th boanly land acts,
iocs 1847 tip lo th Joih. tit, li,8.'J,tn'0 acres; of
wliieh bavh been loeaUd 3 8 i71 OoeL laaiii ;m atill
float 4ns la the market 16, C60,ooo acres.
Geacral CommisMon Mcrclianls,
v. k. ritxi8. trvawtww
Ckookek'b Mii.uxekt Establish mkxt. Tef
terday was the Fall opening day ot the above
establishment, and prompted by a desire
ee something very- Dtca as well as to be
fashion (as nearly every body, we thong!
was there.) we went along with the tide and
looked at the large and fine display of millinery
and fancy goods there to be seen. Mr. Crook
has brought on a very large and varied stock,
embracing all the articles belonging to the
trade, of every style nnd quality. The stock
of bonnets, flowers, ribbons, trimmings, head
dresses, &c ii far beyond what we expected
to see. The finer qualities of these variousstyles
of goods are indeed superb, surpassing any
tbiug we have ever seen. The bonnets, par
ticularly, we look npon as the prettiest things
in that line ever introduced to the notice of tl
Mr. C. is prepared to sell millinery goods at
wholesale as well a? retail, and country dealers
desiring to purchase will do well to examine
his stock. -tf. -
P. W. MAXEY & CO.,
Tin Plate, Slock Tin, Copper, Sheet Iron, Lead Pipe,
WIRE, MOST A A O 7iy RIVITS,
Piumbers's Tools ft Materials, Karbleized Iron
Hantles, Parlor Grates.
Coolc Stoves, Heating Stoves, for M'oodor Coal,
Japanned A: Coiiiiuoii Tin Ware,
No. 46, East Side of Market Street,
MP ' P. 8. We willkeep constantly on hand Tii-imith'a
Machinea and Teols, being Agent for Pre. Smith k Co.,
BoUUungton, Conn. LsejHill ilSmj f. W. il. A CO
WHOLESALE HARDWARE STORE
SMS UK TLIE BIQ PAD LOCK,
4 doors Jrom the Sjunre, South Market Street,
WE ara juit opening the largest aud best assorted stork
Of EdgeTooli, Gone, Cutlery, and Fancy Hardware ever
brought to this market, and we respectfully solicit a caw
from every merchant visiting the city.
sepilS-m BEAUMONT, TANLEEE k CO,
W. II. MEFFEitT & CO.,
lVo. 52 Market Street,
Second door from the Square.
ITiva received a largo and deiirable itock of STAPLE
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hals.
Which will be aold low for Cash. We have also a large lot of
on hand, which we will sell under the Market Price for
Caah. Come and look. oclS 8m. w28
a. . OOODI.
GOODE & BLACK,
ATTORNIES AT LAW,
m'trAA cotwra, ixxas.
C. ill . ELLISTON,
WO. 14 UNION STREET,
lias now on hand and ii daily receiving from th East
ern eitiei, a lare and desirable stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY G00D3,
hich he Is selling low. Came quick or yon will loose a
bargain. aeptlT 8m
BREWER & CALDWELL,
QENZRAL COMMISSION MESCHAHTS
i rain raclors.
IVO. 20 Ol.tl M.ll.
Rrferto J. K. Pass, Km., Prcai'lent Bank of Charleston.
P. u ; Messrs. johh mu U'i.; J. w. t'luwKa. fcq.
J. T. HotTTies,, Prcmdent Ban Kepulilic, New York ; V. K
rTKVKXsoa, Nashvuie laug'20-fim
Tho3. S. Wayne & Son,
X TILT, give strict and prompt at'entinn to receiving and
v v forwarding Merchandise of every !escription.eIlina:
and Shipping Cotton, Tobago, Wheat, Corn, Flour, Bacon,
wool, c. augll om
WS. OlShOM. B. NIXON,
j. mica, jr.
C. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
38 i aio sriti:i:T,
A IT ORLEANS
o. rarrrt. j. p i m-sh J. s. HUTTos.
PATTEN, HUTTON & CO.,
PATTEX, COLLINS & CO.,
th a c: :v .
UrrLL receive on consignment all Winds of Produce.
Lilieral adeaooea mml.. ap4-twrlr
r. a. ausrHiui,
GARDNER. SHEPHERD & CO,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Shoes, Hats and Straw Goods,
A. Oil I HI. II Jl AUK, HASH YII.LE, TENS.
1 ! bave u w In nu.re at oca Olo ctaio, a' very large
I V and anperior tx k of
BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AUD PAP
suitable fur Wiuier Inch we would liae to exhibit t
nii-roiiania visuing ins marLi.
fuplS-iy 11 AKUNKiT, SHErUE!tD A CO.
WILL be In the Firs'. Civil omnct of D.iv'don county
on the 1'lth of NiTniwr m xt. and continue f.-nm .1. J
to day till iheVhlh of U-cctitiri, f r the purpo-e of lining
nl as-esfini all the Taxable Propertv and Poll of said
itics ana win eniearnr 10 viait all I can Soring that
time. 1 wish every ui payer to have h.s or her list m.rf.
on' revly rcr,rd: g lo law, as I hive no time to spare 1
will be at Kernan A Kama' from IS lo 4 o'clock every
Wednrsilay and Jatnrday during that time, and wish all I
have not seen any where in Hie countv to brine in il.;
lists, or I will have to take the course th law. diricts
Agent or thOH attending to others business wiJ do th
Same. Do not put it off as il takrs but one time.
Land per acre and loot: Slaves fr .m 11 to 50 ,n .r..
Pleasure Vehiolts; Saw and Grist MIIN andal! Ma;iu fact ur
ine Ksiabliahment; Jewelry, (iold and tiileer Wat.-I,. .ns
Chaint, t-ilver Platw, Ac ; Piano Portei, and all Household
of 1 value of tVO; Race Morses, and Horses and Mule of
in vaiue 01 11 mi, except sum mat is used fjr sail.lle and
barneaa purpowv; Cattle an I Hhoepovrr the value of sVni.
all montji al intereit no deposit or other ee: allatnrk
eepl that exempt by charter. W. Q. LANIER.
oolxS UiwawUleclO Assessor of Davidson county.
JTASHVTLLE BELL AND S2A53 FOCXDET
IS a. Hi South front Street,
.NAM I VII I r.
VI. COOX. practical BELL and BRASS Ft) UN DIRT
unawi to WalHsr A Cook, i prepared to manufac
ture to order, Bclis f r Churehts, tt'eaniboata and Planta
tions. Aiso, Pteaui Whlstfa, O.IGlobra, Cylinder, Goag.
Fountain and tn Corks. Ilea and Salt-well Joints, ban
MrfU'itinf, AnU-Frtrtlo Mrtal.
All work made by m wttk neatness and despair. f tt
bst material, at l"w pHm, rt warranter, janls twly
The dry ml lstc.
ATEt'l PILLS. -le. unr ikoi ever th palate, bat
th-sr eoenv. adh.ma wrapped up, to tV,ai teiss wit
giant force o lha Very adal ves ut d:eaM Ttera art
lunut audi ef a9r. h woo d o tt wear their aUa
p-n it they awew leer eould tie rd IjT ti eta Try
affl rla, as ye win know 11.
Pwrify th blood aa4 StawlU be s'arreaowi.
Claaata ta tysuss frows isapwriuea a4 yoa ar erd
Yak DM Mat e ail rnrgovs. ao iwrcruia, in urea
wo, WntsrH, Headache, bcker.. BWchs Jaoadi.
Kkruoatiam. tieraraeaa a at tb wvee. atdarya, a4
Down la. atlaWanrem.iite an 1 ad eifaar wkK-haprg.
tie rHMy eaa raacb, tf be fere mesa Its arks. bw
fora tk Sua. .
Kea4er.tr vew ar tuSfina few aay f U Bcaserwas
SXMrplaiats they er .t Set m wmre th rewiedy kva
bee peoviited f , and it ta erisaioal U gte it.
That jly-'e cXarry J-chU to la bawt SBik-m fne a
Ca, ta kaowa t tk whole world, and that ifwl PH
ar tk beet et mil rtda, to kawwa to tbtww wbw bar mm 4
Prataarest by DR. J. a ATIi, PraaJ Chwaht,Lwit,
llaaa , ad ... . -
Iold, wf.aieaai, ayn.w.rana, a h i u iia...
Baiaji. bv JO, Ck fcaiO, SiaakvlU. Yea.
aad by all ir aad Utsucea ta MaUis taswaa ta
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Williams' Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and
Wood Kaptaa. , '
, TBI GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
A speedy and positive care for consumption. It is a cer
tain remedy for Phenmonies, Asthma, Spitting of Blood,
oigtit fl wean. Bronchitis, Coughs, Coldt, Plurlsy, Whooping
Cough, and all diseases of the chest and lungs, together with
all the a lections which pred spoee to the above earned com
plsiata. All persons who have used it in th above auced
complaints attest t its efficacy In th most aninaliOed
terms. This invaluable medicine Is for sale by all th drug,
gists throughout the Southern and Western States, Manu
factured by A. L. WILKINSON k CO.,
UuuUvOle, Ala ,'
to whom alt orders must be addressed.
Hear what th Hon. Jus Cuuikss says of it nature.
Persons who buy one bottle are sure to get a second.
Hosts villi, Mirch 6, 1S58.
Cnrre: I have used Dr. Charles Williams' Pulmonic Bal
aam of Wild Cherry and Wood N.iptha with the happiest
t f ects. A negro man, now belonging to eny father, who has
been far several years afflicted wi h a distressing eongh, is
apparently restored to good health by the use ol on bottle
I have ased It also in other cases, and none without de
cided b-neflt to the patient.
Very respectfully, JERE CLEMENS.
Messrs. A. L Wilkissos A Co., HanUville, Ala.
Da. Chas. William:
iKaaut: I tai: pleasure in giving my testimony to the
virtues of jonrexcI'Jent "Pulmonic Ifhlnsra of Wild Cher
ry." Having used several bottles in my family, with de
cided advantage in every cane, I can recommend it as th
best and most pleasant medicine I have ever seen.
W. D. t. SAWRIE.
. Tuscumbia. March 22,1348.
For sale by Kernan k Rains. Berry A Demoville, O. W.
IfenilnrshoU, A. &. Roscoe, Swing A Brother, wholesale,
Josiah tx. Brown. septal 14w6a
SCROFULA AND SALT RHEUM OP FOUR YEARS
STANDING, CURED BY CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
WoRCKSTsa, Wayne Co., 0., Dec. 1, 1558.
Mxssas. Bkisbtt A Buk. Gentlemen: Havihg fir four
years ptst been sntTcring with Scrofula in it wrst form,
without finding relief from ourbest physicians, I was solicit
ed by s friend to try Carter's Spanish Mixture. It gives
me pleasure to state that before finishing the first bottle,
the disease re'axed. I then ordered two more bottles, and,
with heartfelt gratitude, I state to you the fact that two
bottles of your excellent preparation has entirely cured me.
Tbe third bottl I give to a friend who had been suffer
ing with Salt Rheum for a length of time, and he, like my
self, owes his restoration ti health to the virtues of "Car
ter's Spanish Mixture." You ar at liberty to use this let
ter in any way yon may think proper, if it will benefit the
afflicted. Your obedient servant,
novll JOSEPH ROBINSON.
Piano and Music. W learn that Horace
Waters, of 883 Broadway, N. Y., agent for the sale of many
of the most celebrated makers of Pianos and Melodeons, is
offering them at prices which we advise all who desire to
purchase to avail themselves of. He is also selling his large
and well-known Catalogue of Music at one-third off from the
regular prices, and will forward tbe same free of postage.
His offers to the trade, teachers, and schools, are of the most
favorable character all of which he wil lbe able to fill to the
letter, for having wisely adopted the cash system. The
Horace Waters' Pianos are known as among the very best.
We are enabled to speak of those Instruments with some
degree of confidence, from personal knowledge of their ex
cellent tone and durable quality. N. Y. Ezangtlut.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. A cerUin remedy for Liver and
Stomach complaints. Tbe daughter of Mrs. Farlow, of
Henry street, New York, was Tor three years in a ileplorable
state of ill health, suffering from her stomach and Liver.
Seven weeks ago she commenced the fse of Dr. Holloway's
Pills, and is perfectly cured. Sold a, the manufactories. No
80, Maiden Lane, New York, and No. 241 Strand, London
and by all druggists, at 25c., 62Jtfc., and f 1 per box.
TO II VOLS M FFFItniSS.
A retired Clergyman, restored to htalia In a few days,
after many years of great nervous suffering, is anxious to
make known the means of care. Will send (free) the pre
scription used. Direct the Rev. JOHN M. DAGN'ALL, No.
59 Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. Y. sept23 8m
A PEKFUMED BREATH. What lady or gentleman
would remain under theenrseof adisagn eab'e breath when
by using the "Bam or a Tnocsaxn Flowirs" as a dentrl
flce, would not only render it fweet but leave the teeth white
as alabaster Many persons di not V now that their brtaih
is bad, and th subject is so delica:e their friend will
never roen'in it. Pour a single dro; of "Balm" on your
tooth brush an I wash the leeth night and morning. A Cfty
cent b-ttie will la-t a tear.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLKXIOV msy eay b- acquire!
by using the "Balm or a Thocsasd lLowKRg." It will re
move tan,pi'nplrs and freckles from the akin, leaving it of a
soft and roseate hue. v et a towel, poor i n two or three
drops, and wash the face night and morning.
SHAVING MADE lAiY. Wet your shaving brush In
either warm or cold water, pour on two or three drops of
"Balm or a Tboc saxd FLOwtae," rub th beard well, and
it will make a beautiful soft latl er, much facilitating the
operation of fhiVing. Price only fifty cents. Beware of
ounterfcit. None genuine unless signed by
W. P. FKTRIIlGK ft CO.
8ept2-dw6m FranUIn Square, N. Y.
Consumption and the Diseases of the Throat and
LVSQS TaiATIO BV THS ISH.U.ATIOX Of MamCATKD V'A
roas Dr. Wm. Hunter, brother of Dr. Robert Hunter, re
spectfully announce to all those who arc a flic ted with dis
ease of the throat an J lungs, th,t he has returned to St.
Louis, where he.intends permanently to establish himself.
There is probably no c'ass of disease which are so wide
spread in their nature and so terrible in their results as
the disea-rs ot the throat and lungs. It, therefore, becomes
a matter of earnest solicitude to tbe profession to know if
there be any means whereby those diseases can be controll
ed and ameliorated.
Dr. R. Hunter an 1 myself have made these diseases onr
own peculiars'udy for several years, and we have found
that the only means whereby these diseases can be reached
is by direct local app'ication, or the prescribing of medicines
which are breathed into the luncsin the form of vapor, aud
are consequently brought in contact with she whole internnl
surface of the lungs. The auccest of our treatment has
fully sustained the theory.
Persons at a diatanc-, sending a full description ot their
case, will receive treatment according to their rymptotns.
WM. HUNTfcR, M. P.,
Office Eighth, between Pine and Cheanut streets, west
side. septS 3m
Tux Rinas or A ST. In this wonderful age, Art lays hrr
master touches on almost every thins. The ceilingsover us
and th carpe:s we tread on, are hallowed by Art. Art
winds th railway through the mountains and th mud;
makes her machines of wxd and iron, to art as if with
knowledge and annihilates space with lightning tamed down
to the tuteleJge of a boy. Nothing is too lofty for her touch
and nothing too humble. A new proof of this old conviction
has Just fallen under our notice, in the shape of a CaTsaa
no Pill, from th Laboratory of that world renowned
Chemit, Dr. C.J. A via.
Ii we understand the subject, he h-s carried that article
to th farthest perfection of which It is capable. Instead of
employing Drugs in Its composition, as we have alwajs
thought the necessary and only way, he has with consum
mate skill extracted the rt'-ru of tbe medicine to be em
ployed and combined them alone la their purity together.
Tbe composition is then mixed and rolled by machinery and
steam power into a sperold p II which is wrapped in sn en
velope of gelatin, for protec ion from tbe effects of weather
or time, and then thicklyeoated with sugar, to serve as it
passport over th palate. Notwithstanding all the labored
perfection they ar offered to th Public at less U'sn on
eenteach. However humble the department, we think this
saay be safe'y characterised as the consummation of Art in
Itslin. Mormihg Xrv, Rrft.
Are jru betting Haiti 1
Is yonr hair turning grey f Do yoa wish ta cultl vat good
whi.kersaad moustaches Tour hair to be soft, silky and
glossy t Tcur head to be cool, comfortable aad free of ad
ruff Mothers I ar your children to have luxuriant head
of hair? Then Bools's Uvrtxio Flcid, which nervr
'iii in It unerring effects. Prices 'ii eta, 50 eta, 75 eta, and
$1 CO per bottle. Bogle's B-ilm of Cytheria stand unri
valled for eradicating tan aid pimples, and be luti'ying th
complexion. Price 60 eta. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bocle, Bomi. aad sold by Druggists everywhere,
lararvsacw ia lif, an vfi of which wacy yrant menar
guilty, will be promptly eoner-ted by Canaa's Sraaisa
MtxTvai as hundreds of cerUAcate ia toe bands f tb pro
prietors abundantly testify.
Tbe Art f Dying; Human Hair.
1 1 is but Imperfectly ndentood even by tho who make
th greatest pretenaioo. Th Boat f th aopaiar Hair
rtys of th day may, for the lima, color th hair, bat soon
to be succeeded by a tarnished green, or other ansighty ap
pcarnaca. Bogle' Electric Dy is void of theaa aoxioos
properties. It instantly dyes th hair a beaatifi'l Balarai
black orbrowa, which neither water nor sunshine ran tar
tan in to least : and " te make aaauraeca doubly sure
his agenU ar authorised to refund th money tf th (Boat
perfect aatiafacUon la not rivea. Price Nets, tl 00 and
fl 50 per a. Inventor, W . Boaxa, Boston, and arid by
Druggists raiywhere, saySl ly
ODD FELLOW'S DiRECTQitY.
STJE02DISATE LODGES, I. 0. 0. P.
TEJiBSSX L0IiE, Wo, L, m-u m Wd Fellow's
Had ry I vwoiay a rLt. t9ea: P. KiLuan, N l.; W.
W. Taraauaa, V-ta.; U J. A. S.-lmm, w'y 1. L. MasasutA,
KASHVILLX LODOt. X 2, every Tsianaday
n',hl. tITicrr W. A. ' aaaav. S. G.; J. W. RaTClirr, V.
Q ; T W. ha ass eec7 : & C. CucsasLb, Trraaqrer.
TSASUX LODGX. K. 10, m ery Uo lay eight.
Omcera: P. t. Psllusss N. U ; U. W. Daaiwa, V. ti A.
Baacaoar, 8c'y ; v . Caaaaua, Traurar.
SXILKT LODGE, Xw 80, ast at their Hall, loath
Naabv.ias.ewy Frvaay Bbt. OfB.ars; Jri R x4ku.,N.
0. ; FaaawJoava. Y. ts ; H. C Aixst , kwo'y Juaa Iasulav,
xirxjrLT xxcAxratrxT, x. i, th i,t
and M vtewnaauay iui ca a k. UfCerrs: C. fav
aa,C. P.; at IX foul, U. P. BiLUoa, a. w. W.
Tbcsskwo, J. W4 J. Ltuaa, Scrib ; B. K. Ci-rraa, Tree.
OUT X SXAXCH IXUXFXOT, Xa. 4. a.u
evny Id a&J ib ow.oa? ntl i c mooiS taWr i
1. tV. iacswa. C P itL lus, H. P.; U. k. Daaaa, S
W4 A. 8. fcaaa, i W.; A. X, luua, Scnk J N,
a,Irwnjtr. ....... bM
GLOVER & CO.
PACKAGES, PARCELS, A BAOGaGB delivered to any
part of the city with dispatch and safety.
Feeiiiig that such an enterprise waavery mnch needed,
tley havincn red heavy expenses to get np a neat and
quick conveyance, and hope by prompt attention to busi
ness 10 deserve the patronage of the busiue-s men of th
Mr. A. L. Westhrook, lat messenger of Adams' Expres
Company, will hav charge of our wagon and receive and
deliver packaaes at any pjiat in th city and suburbs.
Charge very moderate.
Office No. 80 Cherry street, op stairs, over w. U Boyd's,
Jr. novlO 4m.
James C. Jones.
I HAVE Mneeroes for sale, amongst them or 8 likely
girls from 12 to 14 years old, an extra Sous servant,
se.imstrea, washer and ironer, likely and intellignt, sev
eral stout men, Ae. Also an extra black smiih Cad while
the excitement is np. oc.2i RKEd W. POUTER.
I WANT a few iluuured busheis of Choic Wheat, for
which I will pay the highest market price, delivered at
my war house. 8 N. UOLLINGSWuRTH,
octf Corner College and Church street.
Negro Girl Wanted.
V GENTLEMAN wishes to buy a girl from It to 22 years
old, for family use. Any person having such aa one to
sell, can see a purchaser by applying at this office.
Also a girl b wanted to air lor the balance of this year.
LAUD WASEA5T3 BOUGHT OS LOCATED.
TWILL pay cash for Land Warrants. I will also buy old
Missouri and Arkansas Land Patents, issued about
1818, to soldiers of 1S12,
I am also prepared 10 locate Land Warrants In South
western Missouri, on the line of the Sou ih-western Mi-souri
Railroad, in connection with a gentleman who has had the
selecting of more than 2,0WVM acres of lailroad land along
the line of this road. For further particulars, terms, 4c,
enquire of the undersigned on Cedar street, over the Post
Olhce, septo J G. FELLOWS.
JAMES HEWITT & CO.
IITILLopena COMMISSION HOUtfE in l ivaapooLon
V V 1st January next, far the sale of AMERICAN PRO
DUCE. Messrs. HEWITT, NORTON A CO., New Orlean-; Mewra.
HE ITT CO. New York; RICHAKD ATK1MIO N, fcSQ.
Louisville, Ky , and W. WHELES?, Esq., CaOiier Hank of
Nashville, Tenn will make cash advances on property
shipped to their address.
fisw Yoax, uct. iro. inovi im.
SNYDER FKIZZKLL are opening to-day soma choice
wear for the Ladies, consisting of
Ladies' Thick Bole Lasting Gaiters;
" " " French Lea'her " (something new;)
tf n n " hf "
" " Kid "
n n n Congress Kid "
" Tliln " Lasting half "
These goods are very handsome. Cs.ll at
SNYDER A FRIZZELL, "
octl8 20 Public So.uare.
fl ENTo Fine Calf Pump 80 e Boots;
T Gents Fine Calf Stitched "
Gents' Fine Calf Double Sole "
" - " Water proof
tt n n Congress Gaiters;
" ' double sole;
" " " Oxford Ties, "
These goods are from ne of the best manufactories la
Philadelphia. Call at No. 20 Public Square.
octis c enx ntK a raiiUKLb.
STSKLINI LAHIKB. SS1ISW LASIX.
(Formerly OAfman llauxe,)
S. & S. LANIER, rroprietors.
Mr. Ptirliso Lasisr, late of Lanier House, Macon, Ga.,
and Samp.in Labikk, late of Tuskegee, Ala., will be happy
10 meet all menus and customers at the Lamar Uouae,
where they hav ompi accomodations for 2f0 persons.
NOTICE TO ST0CK50LDESS.
A DIVIDEND of eijrht per cent was this dsy declared on
ii the Capital Stock of the Nasbeiile Commercial Insu
rance Company, out of the profits for the last six months
endii:g this day. JAMLd WALKER, Secretary.
Nashville, Nov. 3. novo lm.
'I1 IIS subscribers have iut opened a very handsome as-
X sortnieut of FL'RNIf 1IINU GOOS, comprising a great
variety of gloves, suspenders, neckties, black and fancy
stocks, linen cambric handkerchiefs, iamb's wool and cot
ton half l ose, gents' shawls and mulllers, Ac, Ac, ail of
v, Inch will be told atf air prices.
SeptlO CLIFTON AUHUTT.
JUST received, a fresh supply of Swedish Leeches, by Ex
press. For salo by DtMUVkXL A BtLL.
HO MI': WANTED.
r WI?n to buy a goo! FAMILY RESIDENCE, In th
L central portion of the City.
novlO REE3 W. PORTER.
ryUE undersigned would recommend to all who hav or-
X charda to use every exertion to preserve and dry their
fi uit, as it will bear a high price durii g th season. He is
now prepared to pay 1 per bushel for pealed Apples, and
1 1, 23 n.runpealed Peaches. D. D. I ICKK.T,
aurts po. o Loliege street.
'TIS PLATE 10 Boxes 10. lOltTin P'ste just
L received and for sale by L. u. Ultaitv.
sept I t
6 Caller strwrt.
IOKN. 5,IKH) SACKS CORN on hand and for sale by
septtj 1). D. DICK KY, 5 College street
V 1 1 1. AT! W'll V. AT!!
f WANT to purchase any quantity of good Wheat, for
I a men 1 win pay me ul- ucai privc.
uglS R. C. BANDY
CCf BUSHELS dried fruit. Peaches and Ap-
UJ,VJJJ pies; 6.WK) lbs Ginseng; 5,rtK Featbais,
for wMi-ti tb highest market price will be paid.
octlS It. C. BANDY
R. U. Bandy will keep constantly on hand a larg lot ef
Flour, of various and superior brands.
JOB S 8. BR1SS. WILLIAM L. BROWS.
' 1 'il K oinlersicnrd have formed a partnership in the prao
X tice of law in the city of Nashville, will give piompt at
tention to any and all business intrusted to their care.
JOHN 8. BKlr.V,
JyS'to tf WILL. L. BROWN
UrB hav now in .Hore a fine stix k of . ""j,.
Pianos, Melodeons Window Shades, fLaOafr;
Artists Materials, 4c, and are still manuf ic- IT I If
turing Inside lll.nds aud all kinds of Gilt Works hav
recently added largely to our stock of
OK MA HI. VI loll .Ml It IIO ICS AC.
Ii a word we intend to Kf kP LP WITH TliE TIMES,
plea-e our customers and isncia them to patronise bomb
Instead of sending abroad. W. &. FKk.s.MAN.
Dissolution of I'aituerbhip.
rPKiSrm of Russell, Pcott A Co. was this day dissolved
A by mutual consent, ail tartirs authorised to ue the
name of the old firm in settlement of buainia of ald firm.
Messrs. V. J. feoit and G. N. Carico will rontinue th
Who esale Gruceay Business al th o.d stand under th
style and firm ot T. J. bcclt A Ce.
D. W. RU'SELL,
T. J. SCOTT,
oet21 G. N. CARICO.
IN retiring from the above firm, I most cheerfully reeam
mend ray successors and f irn.er partners to the favora
ble cons d ration of my old castomers and friends, and so
licit for them tbe patronage so Lbcraily extended to tb
old firm. oc:21 D. W. RLs.-'KLL.
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS,
13 IILAULIIK K fTHF.i:T.
a IT E kep constantly en hand and for sale. Lead Pip
V V and eet Lead ol every kind; Baths, Wash Stands,
Hydrants, Wat-r Closets, Lift and lorc Pumps, Aa.;
Wrought Iron Pipe, from li inch up to 1 Inch; Iron Fitting
of every kinds to suitdj; onnectin( Cucks, Air Cocks, and
Ulob Valve to suit pipe.
Parties in the country can have pipe rat and ears wed to
any length, with cocks and ltlings to suit, by Beading
Goods taken to river aad railroads fre f charge.
H' E kav just received from New York a law vervhand
V V some Plat Warmers, an article of luxury that iboa
who have ever experienced th comfort of, will never dis
7iaa Polished Steel Fire Irons,
Shovel, Tong. and Pokers, of vsibm qualities;
Dlands for Fir Irons, with Matb' (!;
Cast Iron ornamented;
Coal Scuttles tlegagtly oraamenud
Copper Coal Seattle, Vase, Ac, of t s"s tl'rant pat
Urna. i2S MACKKMIK A WILSON.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
; '" ' aArrtcrrraxa aid DtALsa is
1 HATS, CAPS AND
tt Publir .vqaiarrt
FANCY CRESS FURS AT
FRANCISCO'S FUR STOKE,
HO. PUB LI 3 SQUAS.I,
tVHFBtwid be found every ovscriptioa ef I.AD1P:
v V DRsA FCKS.mad ap ia the moat rathljaaii' bbJ
baeowiiBg manner. Ijtdiee who wish a real gens ta th
way ( a alca Set of Furs ar rspetrul!y icviud la staS
thamsoi vr ef th op-sor'iity now secaentd.
A. J. FiUMCiSCU, Ia,rier ot Ld' Pur,
vtl 9 K . 28 PM squar.
pa OUIl 3IOLESK1N HAT
JPzxlX of 1COO
IS slifl attracting lb atteatiaa at th Xr.tm Af rf f ar
iiy. ar .ull satn llua baaaikfat lias tw ara.r,
aad svdicil tb atuauoa af J wa wi.b a air Has.
A. J. ACLaCO.
aetis S. II fa a le ji
Mtf TIItTM M)T lltTSl!
'OKI aw aad beaatitul styles. JiisS rseiv4 V l"
urasw. MILkStClMXi'i ll.i I 1
atl ha. ta auoae.
rilli rIZB"si II S Tai a wis .'a at
V ewj variets aad style, to akb w lav.U th aua
trfxt U tba Ladiea. kiiAN':iK
aUl Faabioaabhi U.Urr. tt l"abn asaaia.
ADlMi AiQUG HATS, ta -!!! waHeiy.
I Mil A. J. IAACOAX). PatUc Hr
Royal HaYana Lottery.-
THE next ordinary drawing ef th Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanatr Govarnmaot, un
der tb supervision of th Captain General of Cab, will
take place at Havana, on
Wednesday, December 10, 1S5G!
orte lamer 273 Ordlasirl.
Capital Vrlzc 100,000 HoWs.
Prise of. .
S Prise f tl.OOS
TO " s
149 " ion
o.iss' x approximations.... ,jvw
A k n w E . : . .V .tiA.. ... - k . J .1 J.4M
Srt Approwirnations.... T.20
m irifiviimnuuDi w me l.,.n, ll f ISS vatcrs .n io
M.OOO; 4 ol sVs) to x0,i0; of J00 to 10.SO0; 4 of 800 to S3,000
W hole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10 ;
Prises cashed at sight at S per cent discount.
Bills on tbe Nashville city Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon aa the result beooaet
Communications addressed to DON RODRIGCFI
(care of City Post, Charleston, 8. C.J until Dev'r luth, will
be attended to. id
LIVERY STABLE TOR RENT FOR 1857.
f0&JLe ''ne we" known LIVES Y STABLE aa
V-s tikil. on "er Market str. et, now occu- W WstXk
vVy Pd by John H. Plan, will be fir' "
rent next year. The sise and location of
this Btsble make it one of the most desirable in the citr
ALSO The largo WAREHOUSE now occupied by P. P.
Pecx as a Car iage Shop.
For further particulars apply to eitheir of the undersign
en on Market street. MRS M. SLOAN, or
novls tf FRED SLOAN.
ALSO. The ICE HOUSE occupied by C. E. LT. Martin
will be rented on favorable term.
4 ft AA BUSHELS OHIO RIVER COAL to arriv at
sV'Uu Nashvi'le on Wednesday, 19th November. Or
ders for the above, at ii and SO ct. per bushel, will be at
tended to hv P. F. HARDCASTLR,
novl3-tf Opposite 8. . Landing.
DYER PEARL. Pkbfidsbt. F. O- PEARL, Casuiuu
DIALS In COIN. EXUHANGK, aud SKCURITIEF,
Makes Oolleciioos in aS nans of the Countr. and un
namsin.ii, iisnwiis, ivan
WE have on hand a consignment of Cabinet Materials,
which we will sell very low by the Whole-ale.
LELLYKTT A F.WING,
novll -tf Wholesale Grocers, Market street.
JI ST KFCF.IVI'.D per Steamer Dr. Roberton
sacks Fine Salt;
2Si ' strietly cnoice Coffee;
to hhds prime Sugar;
5 bbls t. 8. Almonds;
10 bags Pepper;
10 bigs Spice;
ri packages lobaceo;
N) bags Lebanon Flour, extra,
novll B. C. BANDY.
rf'BE STORE HOUSE on the couth east orner or th
A Square and Front street for th balance of this year.
Th flx uras will bs.old cbbat to any one taking th Hons.
Apply ty rtENJ. F. 8H1ELD3,
oetxT 43 Public Square.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
NASHVILLE AND CHATTAKOOGA KALLEOaTJ
TOE Directors having declared a dividend of three par
cent on the capital S.ock of tdis Company, payable on
and after the Mb December next, it is earnestly requested
th-.t all stockholders who have not received certificates for
stock interest to 1st Januarr, 1854, will bring or send in
their certificate, for original stock and hav them renewed
before that time. octSS W. A. G LEAVES.
2000 Reams Wrapping Paper.
iN Store and for sale, at wholesale, without any profit,
novo lin w. 8. WdlTtMAN.
WANT TO HIRE A grod, honest negro man to help a
tbe Paper and Rag Store t the 1st of January.
oot6 W. 8. WH1TKMAN.
Till subscribers are willing to sell On Hundred Thnn
sand Doil.irs in goods, and receive in payment the
Bonds of the diiferent counties, made payab' to the Louis
ville and Nashville Railioad, at seventy Are cents in th
dollar. GARVIN HELL A CO.
Louisville, oct20 1 m
Land Warrant! Land Warrant a!
UrE will pay the highest market pWc in Cass or mer
cbandisrfor Land Warrants.
PRANSrOt D, McWHIRTER A CO.,
o t2 tf No. 71 East side Public Square, Nashville.
Tennessee Plow Factory
A TAKE.S Plows of the best materials and in e it warlety.
1A Wrmght Iron and Steal Mould Boards; right and
left hand Plows. A. W. PUTNAM, Proprietor.
Turw hHaar, Manager.
WAKEH0U8E A5D GKOCEBT ST0E2 POE 2E5T-
ALSO, a large establishment well calculated for a W heel
riht or any kind ol Manufacturing Business. Th
I remu.. are siiuaiea on iar lei street near th public
8uuare. For further particulars apply to
oo5 BENJ. F. 81IIELD3, Agent.
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING.
SO. 33, UFPE MABKET STSEET.
REjiPtCTFULLY informs hr customer and
the ptibiic generally that she has recently r.
ceived large additions to ber stock of Midi- ar
nery (luods, all of which hav been carefully avsJ
selected, embracing the latest styles of Bonnets, Trimmings,
n.cDons, riowers, Kolls, Uead dreasea, liraida, cap, etc
8he is also regularly in rtce pt of all th new and late
fashionsfor Ladies' Drewes, orders for which ar promptly
att -nded t . She solicits an examination of her goods and
CCO FANCY BOITNETS AND MILLI5EET 00018
at iiAi.t' pitiri:,
And mostSeleet of this Season.
NOW, LADIES, is your chanr to get rich
J Bonne's, Millinery Goods, Embroideries, Ac.,K-rJ
vW at mis great reaucnon in puces Having pur- wL.
rhtstd largely at Paris this season, and having aom iitt
eonpetition, induced me to lay in a very extensive stock,
and now muit close out our large balance tf Fall and Winter
Honnet pr,Ti us to making great alteration in ocrStor
( r our Spring Sales, sa our stock will be the largest South
or West of New Tor now a-days. Com and sn) p y your
selves before they ar all gone, as they will move off fast al
our reduced prices. Our stock Is now as well assorted a
at any time this season, having reeeired goods by every
steamer from r.urepe since the l.t of October, all of the most
beautiful and late styles. Our stock of Cloth Wrappings at
only lit) each a few lefc. Embroideries of every descrip
tion at had price. Royal Gimps and Dres Trinuiings. 100
boxes of rieli Flowers for Bridal Parties or Hon nets at ful
ly S'l per cent, kiwer tl an ever off. re I ia Nasl.vlll. 4d
boxes of r ch Plumes, imported liead Dress., Ac. Rih
I onr.et K bl. ns, and super. Gloves at 3d to 75c. Likewise,
a large rtock of Fancy Oo"d", too numerous ta ssmiion.
Now, Ladies, coma and make your selection, immediately
at F. WISE, Agent,
nor. No. 44 Union Ft. next door to State Bank.
- tT We call particular attention of lbe Tra1e and Coun
try Merchants, Milliners, Ac. to this, aa w will fly yoa a
Bill of Goods at New York price.
To tho Ladies cf
I ... (IIS I
MRS. S. J. LLOYD,
Fashionable Silk and Straw Milliner,
!aO. 10 CF.DAU ST.,
Vr0ULD respectfully inform th Ladle of Nashvin aad
V V vicinity, that sh ha Just rreelned direct hoot tb
secsnd Pari of th world, th City of Nw York, a bU
ful assortment of French Millinery Goods, eonsisilogof La
dies Prdal bonnets, I'htneal Honneta, Split Bonnets, Braid
Bonnets, rmbnditered Lare Bonnets, Ba-t Ben Bet, km
broidered Tissue Bonnets' Rich laney Boonela, of th new
est styles. Misses' and Children! Bonnets, la great vaxiiy ,
of all sort and sise.
A beautiful sssortrnsnt of Ban net Ribbons of ail kind ,
such as Velvet Kibbana, 8aa and iUlt Ribboas, aad Trias-
aaing aiooons of an sort.
Pifty boxes of th most beautiful and loveliest Flowers
th ey can behold. Wreaths, Rosea, Saw-drops, PlgneU,
A handsom aawortineni of kmora.dcries for Ladles, tach
as Bhemysetta, L'od-rl earns. Collar. Worked Uaodkcr-
Kid Gkves, fill U loves. Black Bilk Veils, and other arti
cles of Ladies' waer too namroo to ateatiao. Opening
day will be on the 1st of October. Now ladies Is your lias
t get a tan loom and buhionabl bonnet cbeay. Do not
b an Icr the Impression that Union street is th o!y place
you ran get a banLon and fashionable boBnet. Call al
No. 10 Cedar street, and yn will see that th goods ar
equal t any In the city. I can sell yoa bonnets f esa ) S
to 1A , and has sacared aom of th beat mUliaer la
th city to wort fur me. All order fee cleaning, altering
and relrimmirg.hall be punctually attended ta. aad son
in a superior sly 1 aad at a rvasocable price.
ft. B.Ladio straw BonoaU clsauaad and altarM.
sKY ItOCK HTS.
JUST received aa assortment l Sky Rocket aad Koasaa
Candles, aad (or by
cti4 WESSILA THOMPaON
It a Hi: Kit 1 1.. M pa"kagBw Craa berries,
barraia. halve and aiartaf Stasia by
aovt WASSAl. A THOMPSON.
IM. Ss dram aew Fig. reeaivJ aad (W sale by
aosB WaVMiEL A TU0MP80N.
K Talk's S. 4 box Lamoas. reevtysd aad fry : ky
nova ss aau, ruurso:v.
jltCKli:LL fctHCl lT.a0 bexa HMntf
CraciiaaU Biacwit. raawvad bv
aevl WtJ'ELL A THOXPSO
CHi:i:ii:.-M Pio Aopis aadlagUsa Pair
Lasa,icivdait4 lor -' by
aay WtSSJX. A THOMPSON.
WaM. II. PKRY.
31 E It C II A NT TAILOR,
31 I SIOX TIlt'ET.
f AM now f1y pre par ad ta aapply th waat aad
m aaw A .
t (Bargocle eaiarai apoa ui ran aaa a
see atoeths. I havw s'adie t cwsssort aad
saaca ia bn.i.( aut ssy Goods wr Winter
d ha, sare t a pala la swiaaueg Brat ctaa Wurtawa,
1 baerrgfs-i Mr. Aia as Caitav, waos raaajta'ioa la
N.w (mi ia ltA tawasuty, piaaw kiaa A lb ba4 f ki
TA In Baae4aa with C tiboa. It tunr fee
fciwuba. a a vlb Iw
R. T. FLEMINC.,
Ol VM A 1 a l V.U.
29 s7aii It, 1TA3HYILLX. '
r!f OHers froaa Uw Caastrf notestrj attanded ssw J
QUICK, MEAD & CO.i
DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
White Wheat ilour, Shorts, Kya,
UnbolL-d Bran, Oats,
Re, . Veal, Cora, .
D livered ia any part ef tba city free of sharge.
tnyll No. 11 Boath College street.
w noat ! t7w7Ta.o4at X
VD hflh BLSaALS wbssT wauled, lor wbicbw
HI pay the aighast mark arte.
tiLICK, MKAD A CU
Ne. 11 South Calleis street. . .
11 tr'.A Al niMLl
UST rswaWad S00 kaskaia af fresh MeaL at
1 QUICK, MEAD A CO..
JaaeS" - So. 11 Soat i Collage sU
IIOi.D VOI R IIORSEI.
s or Hors Faad at QL10R, WIAD A C0,
Juae: s.. 11 Swath Ooileg st.
AEW DRUG FIR3I.
BEECH, BAKER & CO.,
No. 20 Collets Street, Sewuea Building ,
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs,
Perfamery, Pancy Ar
TICLES, COMBS, BRUSHES. TOBACCO, FINE CIGAKS.
Garden and Grass Beads, Fishing Tackle Ac. For Bala b f
the New Fira BIkCU. FAKE a A CO.
AfJFiCY FOH DK. FIT( IIKS rA.nil.Y'
Medicines. BKIlH, BAAEa A CO.
GAI.VAMC CIXAT1VFS. PorsalelbT "
BTBCH. BARER A CO.
GALVANIC iflCHI'kF.st. far tba aar r Bhea.
matm. Paralysis, fasnaral Nerwoas Debility, A. Fat
aa'e by BEECH, BAKF.lt A CO.
UVI Ks Or C11U1CK CMiAllsi aa Bad a
A good article at BEECH, BAKER A CO'A.
FISIIIX. TACKLE. Hooks ia great variety,
snoods, gut and gimp, Liaan, Cotton, Sea Grass sod Silk
Lines assorted, swivels, sinkers. Trout Flics, Grass Hoppers,
Fishing Wallet Ac. for sal by
BVFCTI RAKIX A CO. '
'I'lli: J t I'l.V CtLKItll ATLD Body Sa.
X porter or BAN MSG'S BODY BRACE, long aad famil
iarly known as the Best Brace extant, and admirably adapt
ed to the phvsictl want of delicate female afflicted wirte
general debility, corvatar of th spine, falling of th wamb,
loss af ap.etite, dlspepsia A. For sale by the New Firm,
octtl BEECH. BAKES A CO.
L"AVI1I.V HI PI'LUS. Foap.srvab Brushes, hair
V Brashes, Combs assorted, super Carb fala, Tartarkt
Acid, Pepper, Stk-, Cinnamon, Clove. Natmaf, Glagar
laace, Fina Tea aad Ckocolat, Ao. For sal bv
Oct 11 BBECH, BAKIS A CO.
BOOTS! SHOES! TRUNKS!
FOR THE LADIES.
LADIES' Superior Calf Walking Bootees;
" " Goat welt "
" Calf and Goat welt Basktns;
" " Kid and Ft. M. "
" " " Bootses;
" " Lasting wait Gaiter, pliln and tip;
" CongTesa "
Gent's On Calf watar-preul Boots;
" Doable-sol "
" " " Con ires Gaiter, doable A slog! slf
" " " Water proof aewed 8hoes;
" " Oxlord Ti, doable and stagl saleg
n n tt rrMtiho of various deaoripttoas;
With a eimplet assortment of Uentlamew's, Bay,
Youth's and Children's Calf and Kip Boots and Shoes,
Misses an. I Children's Ooat, Kid. Miorroceo and Calf Bail
ees, all of which ar offered cheap tor cash,
oct.l JOHN HAM AGE, 43 Col'eg St.
33 - H. . OTJTT
No. 45 A &9 CORNER 0OLLEUE AND BROAD 8T.
TS now rarefying on of th riSESTmna BEST
X SELECTED Slocks af
Vail ami Winter
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ever brought to this mat kt. Consisting In part as follows:
Ladies' Super Couerest Gaiters;
" " Hide Lac
" " Kid Slipper. Tl aad Baakins-
" Tin Kid and Uor. Bootees, thin and thick sol;
" Gvat, sewtd and ptiged. Boot aaa;
Misses'" " " " " "
Children's Fine Kid and Mor. Bootee and Aakl Ties; -A
full supply of Calf a id Goat Bootee, for BervaafB aar ,
Thin and thick sol Woman's extra sis Kid Boat aad
Genu Fin Calf,Ewd and Pegsed Bool;
" " " " Oxford Tier,
" " Pat. Leather do da " "
Men', Boys' and Youth. Calf and Pat. Leather, Baekskta,
Kid and Cloth Gaiters;
Men's, Boys' and Youths' Calf and K!p Brogaaa;
" . Calf, Kip and Mornre Nippers;
Boys and Youths Calf and Kip Boot;
Children's Fin Calf Opera Boot;
Men's Heavy Double Sol Boot and Brogan, extra slaea.
Boys' and Youths' Heavy Sol Boot and Brians.
La. lie-.' and Gvntieniens' Bufalo aad Gum Over Shea wl
VLARfll Stock of Man's, Boys' and ChlldrsB! deft Par
and Wool Uats, of vry description, Just reeaived aad
r sal ty B. B. CUTTER.
A FULL asasnrtment ot Trunks from th
finest sjuallty Sola Leather Traveling,
to Coarse Packing Trunks; also Carpet and
Saddle Bags of ail kind.
B. R. CUTTER'S,
Corner Broad aad Collage ste.-
5 000 l"" !aestATH,K L1U,a fU toi
165 feet of 1,V Inches wld. 5A0 feet of I ache wide
S " " IV 180 " " 6). 44
i-vl44.. a W a a ss
S64 44 SV 4 100 44 44 41- 44 44
IV) 44 44 t '4 44 44 SiO 44 44 T 44 44
jni) "2 44 s. if, m ss as as
2.V) 44 44 8 44 44 4'i0 44 44 S 44 a.
JT,7 44 Sjsjl 44 41 J4i) ss a ss ss
SoO 44 " t ss ss ts u a ss as
Sis) 44 44 4 44 " M " " 11 44 '
Also a targe lot of Copper Burs, and Rivet, aad Las
Leather of ail kinds.
All of which will b sold n tk most reasonable term lor
Cash, by B. R CUTTER,
Ko. S4 A &t, cor. Broad aad College st ,
HATS, HATS, HATS.
JUST RECEIVED, bv B. R. Cutter, No. It aad tt, fa
J corner 11 road and College street: LU
120 . .vK.rsj't Al ltY4 WOOL
MATS. u DOZEN MEN'S SOFT FUR HATS, all Btyls.
Ail of whu.h will b Bold very chtap far cash.
octlO B. R. CUTTER.
BUCK SSI5 IHIBTS ASD DKAWIE3.
RFfEIVED this day, a small lot of frst rat Back Skin
Chiru and lraasrs, and lew ol cheaper style.
J. U. MoGILL.
White and Opera Kid CIotps.
f )FCF.IYkI this day, a larg aasortmtl af Wail aad
X ty f arty Lorored Kiel Ulova.
3. H. MoGILL.
UT hav now a aoparb aawortmanl of seasaaabl Ua
derwear. It eonaiats of
Shaker Flanuel, Shaker Knltt,
Pegnvia, Lambs' Wool,
Red Saxony, Amman,
I.lneisilk, Canioa F!aant,
Trilled Cotton, Aeall ef which w ar selling al lair
rate. J. H. McOILL.
A FEW Robes, well wadded, received and for sal by
i. H. M:iLL.
TRAVELLntQ SHAWLS A53 WSlTLXli.
AHANrtSOMI lot of heavy Travailing Shawl and Maf
Ser, ra gel red and for sal by J. U. McGILU
TKimU AJTD YA118X3-
JUST received a supply of beat Sol Leather Trans aad
Valises, and a larg lot of aheap styla. all tor sal mw
by . H. McGILU
SMALL sol of toured flair is, an style, aad a rood
srrpvly of cheap eaa. t. H. btcGILL.
xzcx TIZS ASS IT0CZS-
JCST received rvyry vaaiety af Cravats, TV anal Stocks.
i. H. MeftaL.
Ladles' sndOentlewins'Fumlahlng Store, norner af th
Souare and College strwai. aovlS
. y. mtr. a. a. eaaroo.
T. J. SCOTT & CO.,
Waoleaala Croeera, Coramiscioa. JUeeiTia; aad
FORWARDING HER CHANTS,
AND DKALtJU IM P1NR BIANDIES, WINES, WHiSKT,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, AC.
SO- S3 E23AD 7AT, JfAAHTTI.X.X, TZXS.
N.VSHVILLi: TRUE WHIG !
NOTICE TO DELIQIEWT
J C aarnswtry rati apoa all patrea of th hat " .VTsaA.
1 w:i Triu Wkia" ta earn fwrward imasediatoly and
etU U eir aoe nta a. wrtAar swasWgasae essaaal w graal
d. Our hooks an aecoaou ara at tb a-d aiaatd tao
ncfe street ia tba eaaatlag swam ai lb Patae-y OnVasv
whara ena of tb pabtl.hvt will be toaad. r.ay aad willing
to auuar ssesMat. ALL CLAIMS MOT SI TLA0 by tb
Slat ef Uaaswibar aaal will aaeassardy b piaaed ia ta
bands af aa i fnear lur aoQacLiaa.
aa.vl7-ltnwAv . R. ktcKtNSIl A CO.
V ALL ABLE MliniOU ftALr.
B Ccmmisaloaar, sppatatrtl by a dear af tb Todsl
4 CtrcauA Cnarv I wia. aa SATCRCAT, ta h aay af
Darwmkwr. l-4 at ta las raaktvaaa af Haary C. kwia,
awa'd, ia Todd aeaaty, Ky , sail a U klghaat buldar the
tsact or lijra
torsr4y wnad by said l-raa.d. lying aaar Traatow, ta
Toad aauaty, K a th Saeas askes af tba 6raaa aVvar
r.ea:y, Uua mjas Arom tb Hendarsoa aad M aaavill Rail
Road, cojiA alog boosh aa haattredaad auly-alx acra,aa
whcu is a rrb aad vaJuabss Farm wit aboat two baadr4
and terty aire eaeiaacdsad la a high stas of salJvaiia.
A so, a r dw. Uiig, aacsw boa.., bara aad ail urssa
ryt ri)d:Sg. TH brae eantaio) aa a.daaeaf la
Uanbrr mo4 la wU wttarad, hariaf aa it a larva Ctabsra.
arvaral rpr ags aad tba Wsai lur a f As4 river raaalag
rxaaa. Tba saw win mad aa a eradi t af aaa. two and
tbrsw) yara. Boavd wink asemmy twanag lataraa (torn daia
w.db r iut .as.pt tsatswser la pay ta aaat af aaAS
IB J ss'. PVssaaeava give a la) Jaaaary, 1-iA.
aav-rsM at. bL B W IN. Cwa
GOLLXwB tTKIkT. JfASnYTLLR, TXNNESUBX.
Wil. UOllERTS, Frpritor,
(LAVS 00 rvaaa araiasm )
Till Sabaevraaw aa rate. il y taaca Ui wail kisesra aa
iaMMbKMBl as raAuung aad unagruy rwsMVauag st
aad buaakiua la have it ta sas h aandtiM as avl to be aVs
oar ta any a.xua ia lha asty. Th Prwoeiahor boaaa by sua
exaraon aad tauaa of k AaMaaaet, Mr. t raJkark, aba
tormarty praatlad at tba Oil Hotel.) to b abU sa as. a has
boaaa wanliy af be. pataaia! hy iba aublas. aaJ praaat
Baathat se pain snail aa aua'ed aa ha pars, to ascrtt lb aa
probata of 11mm wim saay fasiw him atib tbair Batraaag.
Ui-eittt!lyaiiU-sll SUA aaa.
fbbaVstxwaw . tOetlTI