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T IT- Gl&Xy, Local and mmrcial Elitor.
Tuesday Morning, Dec. 9, 1856. "
To Citizens and Strangers. .
Tb pnblication office of the Patriot, JJo. IS,
Deaderick street, having been enlarged, will
be found open at all times, day and night, where
newspapers from all sections of the country,
and the late.t telegraphic news will be found
, upon our tables lor the accommodation of
visitors. A general Invitation is extended to
citizens and (strangers ia the city to call and
avail themselves of these advantages lor ob-
taining the latr-t nrws.
HEADY FOR THE WINTER TRADE.
We are no receiving, at the PatjiIjt OrncK, direct y
from the Kat, a large Block of
aufi I'BINTISO M ATrrtlALP,
Selected erprcssly to mit te requirement of the WINTER
BUSINESS, and are consequently in readiDes to fi'l
promptly all orders from OLD or SEW CUSTOM ESS far
U description of
On onnsaiilly fsvor.iM-5 teres.
We have also re;!eniihtd oar stock of LLANK?, of which
we will hve at ail tini's on hand a full assortment.
fT A number of errors appeared in this
department of the Patriot yesterday moroir.g,
in consequence of an accidental omission in
reading the proof of several articles, Scch
annoyances will occasionally occur, notwith
standing tLe clobo attention paid to this im
portant particular in the routine of prinuc;
River and Steamboat IVtwit
The Cumberland is receding at this point, with
plenty of water, however, lor all classes of boat.
The A. L. Davit, which srrived from Kowena on
Sunday night, reports the river rising tlowly a that
point when eh left. The rise has cot been sunt'
ciect to allow the largest coal bouts to pass over
the falls. Two or three boats lighted over and
broaght down a small supply.
The arrivals sine oui- lust issue were the Aleonia
aad Blanche Levis, from Memphis, the loofc City,
from Puducab, the Sallie West, from St, Louis, and
the A. L. Davit, from Itewena.
The departures yesterdsy were the Cumberland
for New Orleans, the City of lluxUville for Cairo,
the Aleonia for Memphis, aud the Sligo for poiuts
The J. Q. Clint will be here this evening and
leave for Cairo to-morrow at 12 o'clock, M.
Tbe Humboldt wos looked for last night and wiil
leave for New Orleans to-morrow evening.
The Quaker City left Cincinnati on tbe 4th for
this port and will probably arrive tomorrow.
The till lie IVett leaves this evening for St. Louis.
Steamer Ciba Scsk. From a gentleman
who received a letter from bjiiilhlatid in rela
tion to the cauality we learn that the steamer
Cuba ws run into at that place on' Saturday
last by tbe JTatftan llubnts and sunk. She
was about to start for this city, having on
loard & considerable quantity of freight for
this city. We were unabla to obtain the par
tieuWd of the accident.
r The appearance of the levee since the riie
of watei bus been very animated and busy. Almost
every thing in the way of freight can be sen K'at
t--red about and pilled up from one eud of the whaif
to the other. Bufiuet-s of all kinds is now very
Concekt. The Concert for the bencCt of
the German Methodist Chnroli will take place
U-iiitj!it at O Id Fellows' Hall. Tim mii-ica!
talent engaged ensure a nnwt excellent enter
taiiiinent. l'rof. G. M. Talur will preside at
the Piano. Mr. A. A. Stitt will direct the
choruses. A number of talented amateurs
liuve volunteered their services. The ol ject
which this entertainment is intended to ac
complisb is a most worthy one and (should he
responded to in a generous manner by our
Charity ron tub OarnANS. Our citizen doubt
less remember the exquisite Concerts heretofore
given by the Amateurs of Nashville for the benefit
of the Protestant Orphan Asylum. We learn that
another entertainment of this kind is on foot and
will tike place at the Christian Char eh, ou Tuesday
night, December 16th.
We are furthar informed that the proceeds of
this C mcert are rot to be appropriated solely to
Orphan Asylum of tbe Protestants, as heretofore,
but are to be divided equally between that institu
tion and the Asylum of the Catholics.
Apart from any sectarian view of the case, that
these institutions are of the most praiseworthy
character, h beyond question, aud any effort tend
ing to their pecuniary advantage, and especially
one at the same time calculated to reconcile and to
harmonise the managers of the respective Asylums
making them loving laborers in the same work,
it, we hardly need add, highly deserving commen
dation. Let all go and aid iu the cause of the Or'
Bills, Programmes, will appear in due
The Lady Managers of each Asyluru are hereby
DOtiSed that the Concert tickets will be ready for
distribution on Wednesday morning, at No. 29
Fifth Lkctcbk. Tbe fifth lecture of Prof. Hale
will take place at the Odd Fellows' Hall to morrow
night lie kindly gives way to-night for the Cor
Cirt which takes place at the Hall for the benefit
of the Germau Methodist Church.
fThe regular weekly rale of Groceries by
II. S. French it Son, takes place this morning
at 10 o'clock ; those wishing to purchase, are
directed to their advertisement iu another col
umn. Ft: 111 Coal. Three small load', only about
4,500 bushels, for sale at J. S. Kelly's yard,
adjoining tLe Fireman's Hall, Col lego atreet.
f Wo are indebted to E. 0. I).vle, clerk
of the Sdlie Wait, for files of St. Louis papers
of the 5th inc.
Found. A fur victorine was found on Sum
mer street near Spring, a few iiights Mi.ce.
The owner can obtain it by calling at tLii of
fice and identifying it.
Tbkatbb. The great tragedy of Machktii will
be played tu-uight at the Theatre, with all the
original musie. Th performance is to conclude
with a laughable afterpeire.
'FiiEE Son.." A sale of Iota on ProaJ
street on what is denominated "Free Soil Ter
ritory" by ilrscr. Liudsley & Crockett, takes
place ou the premises loday. This property
is exempt from all tsxes tor twenty seven iars
after the preseut year, and the above gentle
men announce thai the saving thereby at the
end of that time, at 2 per cent, pe anrom,i
valorem tax, is sullicient to pay fr the lot and
pood improvements, and a bouns of 23 per
cent, besides. This property U situated ea
Krokd atreet letweeu Summer and Cherry
atreet. It is, therefore, eligibly located, aud
the terms are ear. See the advtrtisemeat.
tff Messrs. Nance L Woodward, by aoadvero
iiscineiit iu another column, (ire notice that thry
will sell at auction oa Thursday, 11th li st., on the
premises, the Garrett property. If tug oa the CUtks
' Title road, about twelve miles from the city. This
- is a valuable tract of land, both fertile and easy of
access, and those winhing to purchase will find this
" a good opportunity of making au iuvetuinl with
,'out a posaibility of loaa." . . , . .
E. It. Glascock U the auctioneer for the occasion
and to him we refer for a description of the Unda
?f An advertisement ia one of tie laorciug
papers of another city ssys: "Waited A female
who Las a knowledge of fitting boots of a good
' mural cbnactsr." We suppose Loots t( a coed
moral character, ueaa thoee that are well soiift.
A Poor Relation of tbe Holiicbilila la
There, is a persoD, eaya the Dayton Gaittte
attbeSwaynie IIousV Darned Cbarlea Ktb-..
child, who" lj a close relation to the distin
guished Earopeaa bankers. lie is a sharp,
goaheaditlve fellow and is tbe mainstay of that
valuable hotel. lie remembers Baron Roth
child distinctly, and expatiates apon tbe old
gentleman's etcentricities with avidity. lie la
w&!l educated, speaks Spanish, Italian and
French with flnency and descants upon baDke
and banking with tbe utmost freedom. " His
features are of the Grecian cast; a bright in
telligent blue eye sparkles above a prominent
nose, and bis broken English escapes tbroogb
lips indicating tbe greatest firmness.
Having read much of tbe Uuited States, he
resolved to journey through it, and providing
himself with everything needful, eet forth,
greatly to the mortification of Lis relation,
who refused Lira the slightest ass-istance. He
figures as porter at the Swaynie, and backs bis
extraordinary independence by a tery enviable
supply of gold. He wears the air of a prince,'
&ni performs only snch labor as be deems
compatible with royalty. He baa shown as
bis ''monthly mail," which corroborates the
faots we have stated. He may be seen at tbe
Swaynie House at any time.
E3f"The Washington correspondent of the New
York Courier and Enquirer entertains the opinion
that M. Ferrer, the Nicaraguan Minister appointed
by President Walker, will eventually be received
by our Govei nment, Rivas having appointed none.
Tbe same correspondent says that the Secretary of
the Navy, in his report, approves of the search for
the alleged guano islands, aud will possibly order a
further search for .them.
Some vandal Las effaced the icitials of General
Washington on the west walls of the grotto at Pas
eais Falls. The characters are "G W., 1778," and
they were cut in tbe rock by that great and good
man himself. They had remained uninjured for
more than three-quarters of a century, until a few
mocts ago, when some barbarian partly obliterated
them by chopping out one-half of the W.
A wise lady has said, "If a woman would have
the world respect her husband, sbe must set the
A Texas editor, noticing the marriage of a con
temporary, says :
"We wish him potlerili zzi happiness."
Walker's Esvot to England. A letter from
Washington to the New York Times says there is
in that city (Washington) "an Envoy Extraordina
ry from Walker on his way to London on a secret
mission, who has received semi-ofEcial information,
since bis arrival, that the Bii'.ish Government will
receive Lim with opeu arms, and so fully recognise
the Government de faclo of Nicaragua.
Bi'rmko a Baby Because thi Mother was a
Pkotestam! Tbe Zanesville (Ohio) Courier of
27th November mentions the arrest of a man named
Pt-tcr Ward for putting the bby of Patrick White
in the the. The man was held under $1,000 bail,
lfi!iig to give wliich, he was lodged in j rail. The
Cornier says: "The only reason we hear eiven-for
the fiendish act li8 in tbe fact that White, who it
appears wa brought up iu tbe Catholic religion had
married a Protestant wife, aud refused to bare the
child baptised in the Catholic faith, to which Ward
is a warm adherent."
Mors Pi-asters on tqi Laeks. Tbe gale of
Saturday, 'J'Jih ult , was very severe on Lake Erie.
We K ara by telegraphic dispatches that the propel
ler Manhattan, while attempting to enter the harbor
of Cleveland, rau against the pier and became a
total wreck; no lives lost. She was iusured for
The steamer Golden Gate, running between Dun
kirk and Detroit, went ashore on the bar at Erie,
while eudeavoring to run into that port duriug a
terriQij storm or wind, accoinpauied with snow.
She soon parted in the midJle and went to pieces.
It was iiupossile for a life boat to reach her. II er
officers and crew succeeded in gaining the shore,
but one of them shortly afterward died.
The Wfikat Citor. We learn from a gentle
man who has been traveling pretty extensively
through this section of country that the pros
I eots for the coming wheat crop are unusually
promising; iu fact, were ijf ver better at this
season of the year. We also learn from our
informant that there is a much larger amount
of land in cultivation in wheat, and should the
yield of the next crop be anything like what it
promises to be at present, the receipts and ex
ports from this port will be much greater next
vear than any season heretofore. MeinphU
COM M E nCIAL
NAFH VILLI DAILY PATRIOT OFFICF, I
rA8HU.L, December 9, 1654. f
C ottos Th market was quit activa yeiterday. The
ntlic rates were 1" VatO.Ve. Wa herd of salea of abat
60 balsa at those figures.
Tobacco -Leaf t -co is coming 'n pr.'tty freely. Prices
rarifs fiom 7 0 to 10 Oi).
Coins The demand is good for the season and ear pr
vinu qiolatIcn have been siutaind. Wehsar of sales at
UXaltt for Common and Fair, and 13X!8c. &r Prime and
Pt'GAB No change la quotations: market stt.l active,
howfver, at former figures . We qiote fair to :r.me at 11a
US, choice at 121JV-
MouAasi -Qtiet, ih MgM tales at fal, prioea. It nay
bt quoted at ft'e. for barrel and &,'. fur ha f barrels. Tha
stock on ha ad ia all old crop, and hen the new arrivas it
will be worth alsiut 10c. abo's our quotations.
f alt About '.'5 10 bags have been received and prices
have somewhat declined. Flee is worth I 25, and Coarse
I 4 0. It can be bought, however, at IS or 80 cents less than
these figures In large lots. Stork on band about 40 b(r;.
Fura A betw f.eluig has been manifested in tliefljar
market since the v-jienirtgof navif iticn. Pupsrflue Is worth
6 OUuS U, and Extra S5a6 50.
Baous Nominal. The receipts are very light and tha
demand In: ItrtL It may b quoted at (a1 X tut 8.' euldort:
::,' fjt Cirar kutles and 99 H lor Hams.
LAD-l'ocbanged. We continue to quote at 19 eta.
klBAL With a supply about equal to the demand ia sel li g
WaicAT We hear of a few transaction! atT5aSe. fjr Std,
and bj0c. f r White.
itTflkM-R-aU ly command ASiAJo from wagona.
I bio. wai May be quoted at 2u22o.
Cimuitti tndi-mand at s5.
f CTTAa -S:l.lng at 17a20c from wageoa and HiVjC la
Ee-Atl b.-oughl to nvifket are takes at lJ30enuper
a. riV'Tle demand has been good, though prioea have
iomht lined. We quote at SlVS.'i fentf lor gd
a- d extra Cincinuati brands, and CO cents iur Kobertaoa
CAM.aa. ronfiJerahle activity notice J. Ppana aelllDf
at A3 -; Star at iS.-, and TaUw at 13c.
WtxH'kS Wasb. lbs whoieaai cash prices for selling red
CeJaf ware are for Iron bound buckfU, per dvan,tS; braaa
bont do , 't-, iron bun t tub, fjur in ceat, $1 &0, eight
in ot, i Ciba. U2I per d.-a.
UiDeav We quoin f at JaSj; dry Pathern salted lSe.
Coal. The supply it atlU short. Muuntain coal la aU
tag lur 3UUc, 1ms bum at lia.t.Ohia river 45Ijc.
Pba 5 era Scliutg a7SSo. per aatUiel.
!ear Orlrttna ?Irkrt.
Pee. t Vicst. Oifrou Wuh artJoeed supply e-n sa'a,
fnller priM rlAlmrd by foemr, and advauruig Frelahts
tbe tu-ii.ea has fA l-n off is tVKwi bea to da, tha rate
feeing US mere infavoc o Mlturs. We aaubd our q J-ta-but
s as loik'WK
Inf rior V'.' Mi.Mlhif 11Vatl'
Ordinary luM I Wld bug ....I I al
O.Kl Orliury . .10,ll I Mildung fair KAlitt
Lvw fi.l.tung ....lllaall.V I Fair ItVaU
f"OAa Thers baa been a bri.k deaitaJ w.Lb sales of C4
hbds. a Brw p-icrs.
VoLAa-aa-The traaMcr:ne eis-aos about eVtt kbls. at
BT. l, ; V3ha:t barrri. at Uhic , sly the latter raU,
ua o ioi I 1 1 do. povr at ir par galioa.
T' Iiuxj-Wi ooiio salrt of three or ("or small lots ef
h.tLj hhl. at 11 l- fi at life, and fat lo. per un4.
T. 6 1 P M OofTJs UHes cocUooe B-as, wlta
light it.r ag st4Mk. Cica I -4aj (tit) bales at 11 U lUt.
V. W. MA.XKY & CO.,
tfALiM ia "
Tla Kate, Clock Tia, Copper, Saeet Iron, till Pipe,
wjsx. icoy i us juvirs.
FiojE.Uri'i Tools HAtarUla, Karbieiaed Xrei
XanUca, Parlor Qraiea.
Coot iVorw, Uniting SUmvr U'ooJ or Coal,
JastaMBasfal ale raanMtas Tla Wax re
o. 40, IabtSltlctif 3Iarket ferret,
rV P. B Ws will keep ouaaianilf a haa4 Tta-emtta's
Mm hines and TewU, being Aresw r 1bii A Taw,
ttitttngt'ii), (. i' j-tS'-liJ P. V. at. A tO.
BV THE NATIONAL UllE.
Eeporta 'omished by the Aasoeiated Preas..
- ; . Niw Yoer, Dae, 8, P. M. 1 '
The failure of Jacob Little and A. Rice, of this
city, and flensbaw & Sons, of Boston, have created
Tbe failure of A. Rice shows liabilities to tbe
amount of $160,000, all to Charleston booses.
Xf w York, Dec. 7 Two brothers, , brokers in
Chatham street, hive been arrested ou the charge
of being extensive dealers h counterfeit money.
$39,000 in spurious bills, it is alleged, were found
on the premises. v
Baltimore. Dec. 1 Ileury George Ksper,
British Consul at this Port, was suffocated ia a
bouse ia the western part of the city which was
destroyed by fire.
PiTTSiscrto, Dec. 8 Account from the coal
boats sud barges which left here the last rise, are
very disastrous. A great many barges being a
ground and several sunk..
Cincisxati, Dec. 8 Oa Saturday night the new
steamer Kentucky, lying at Smith's landiog 45
miles above here, burst a stearn pipe severely
scalding 17 persons 3 of whom have since died;
it is thought that 4 or 3 more will die.
Wahunotos, Dee. 8 Senate The Standing
Committees were announced, they are with few
exceptions the same as during last session. The
Lfouseisnow engaged iu listening to the Presi
Pittbceo Dec. 6 P. M. River 6 feet 10 in
ches water iu tbe channel by the pier mark and fal
New Yobk Dee. 6. P. M. Cotton quiet firm;
sales 1200 bales. Pork dull and easier. Mess Pork
19 25 prime 17 25al7 31. Coffee quiet. Sugar
firm; Havana 9. Molasses Muscovado 48a51.
Tobacco firm 10al5. Freights easier.
Wheiliso Dee 6. River Stationary, with 4J
feet weter in the channel.
Locisvillb, Dee. 3 Tbe river is at a stand, with
S feet 4 inches water on the Falls.
Pittsocbo, Dec. 8, noon River 5 feet 5 inches
water in the channel, and falling.
Oswioo, Dec. 6 The recent gale on Lake On
tario has proved very disastrous to shipping.
Cikciksati, Dec. 8, noon Flour firm 6 25a5 38;
Wheat, red firm 1 10; Whisky 25a25r; Hoggs 6 25
and heavy; Groceries firm.
River eight feet water in the channel and about
New York, Dec. 8, noon Flour advaocine, 900
bbls. sold State 6 25aft 40; Southern firm; Wheat
advanced 2 c'U; White 1 70al 75; Red 1 55; Corn
dull; Lard buoyant; Whisky brL-k 3t.
Ckooeeb's Millikeut Etabli3hmnt. Yes
terday was the Fall opening day of the above
establishment, &nd prompted by a desire to
see something very nice aa well as to be in
fashion (as Dearly overy body, we thought,
was there,) we went along with the tide and
looked at the large and fine display of millinery
aud fancy goods there to be seen. Mr. Crooker
has brought on a very large and varied stock,
embracing all the articles belonging to the
trade, of every style and qualify. The stock
of bounets, flowers, ribbons, trimmings, bead
dresses, &c U far beyond what we expected
to s?e. The finer qualities of these variousstyles
of goods are indeed superb, surpassing any
thing we have ever 6ien. The bonnets, par
ticularly, we look opon as tbe prettiest things
in that line ever introduced to the notice of tbe
Mr. C. is prepared to sell millinery goods at
wholesale as well as retail, and country dealers
desiring to purchase will do well to examine
his btock. tf.
A Distinguished Stranger.
11.4 ICV I'. V, the great Philadelphia CCTTEK," being
obliged to seek a more genial climate In consequence of
impaired health, his located himself at our Room , IS
Celar stret, and will take measures and show customers
Cloths, Casaimtr and Yestings in great variety, from ahich
they may select to suit themselves. Our 8 to re is fall of all
kinds cf UCtllV MADi; CI.O TIIIX;, and the
Stock of furnisbiog goods was never surpassed in Na.hville.
oct24-tf CLIFTON k AliBOTT.
ALL 8porUmen who are In want of a good and reliable
Oun, especially adapted for large game, Deer, Ac. are in
vited to call at the store of Fall and Cunningham, No. 4T
Public Square, and examine "Sharp's Patent Sporting Rifle,"
which in rapidity of firing, accuracy of aim, and length of
range is far superior to any Oun ever invented, and unlike
any other Patent Gun heretofore introduced its construction
Is so excee Jir.gty simple that it is not more liable to "get out
of order" than the common Kentucky Rifle.
P. k C. have alio a few Shot Guns made on the same Pa
tent. iyl6 Cm.
C. itf . ELLISTON,
NO. 14 UNION STREET,
Qaa now on hand and is daily receiving from tha East
ern cities, a large and desirable stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRT GOODS,
which he ia selling low. Come quick or you will loose a
bargain. aeptlT 8m
W. H. MEFFERT & CO.,
IVu. 5Z Market Street,
Second door from the Square.
ITavb received a large and detirabla stock of STAPLE
Dry Goods, Coots, Shoos and Hals
Wblou wiil be told low lor Cash. We have also a lane lot of
on htod, which we will sell ander the Market Prio for
Cash. Coma and look. octS Bra. w2
WHOLESALE HARDWARE STORE,
SIGN OF THE BIG PAD LOCK,
4 doori Jr&tn the Square, South Market Street,
AaftliYille, Ten ii.
WE are Just opening the largest aud best assorted stork
of Edge Tools, Guns, Cutlery, anil fancy Hardware ever
brought to this market, aad we respectfully solicit a call
from every merchant visiting the eity.
aepilS-ftm . BKACMONT, YANLEtB k CO.
brewer & caldwell!
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCH2L1STS
C. v a I n V ; dors.
inn. so oi.n hi. if,
Refrv to J. K. Si-, Esq., Presi tent bank of Cbarleafon,
R.C ; Meaara.Jo raAitaa A CM J. W. Caiowbix. Pq.;
J. T. ft iotax, President Baak Eepublic, New York ; V. K.
Btbtbisum. Naahvi'.le. aug6
w. rsaurB. ww ibsr-h. a. cixos. t. atsoa, tr.
C. W, PHILLIPS & CO,.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & CO.,
S8 IXIOX KTH TKT,
oetS-1 y Jk'A IT OILZA A7T
VATTSW. I.M.IIW CTTOS.
PATTEN, HTJTT0N & CO., .
PATTEN, COLLINS & CO.,
!t A C .
TILL receive on consignment all kinds ef Produce,
a. s. a
GOODE & BLACK,
M'ir..A.K Vol A fit TEXAS.
PERKINS & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
N K W OKLEAS8.
V, M. prKKlN.
I WILL fce la the Pirst Ovil lUstnot of Dandsoa eaa y,
a the 1 till of November tvtlt, asd contiaua irnm iur
! day UM ike Sbih ot Dwaibr, Ul the prto of HUl
aad aMUsf ail ia Taxable arty aavd Pull ( Mid
UxiKt, aad witt ndve la vtata ali 1 w w.nag that
Ua. I wiak avevy lal payav bav t.A e bar tut sad a
et rwady adOjrHi- g U Ut, aa 1 aatre -. Iua taisua 1
w Hi bo at Kera A laiaa Srwax 10 to 4 VJer every
Wednesday aidaturiiay dur.nf that tl9, an I wl.k aU I
ha? sea aaj whare la the eoernty b g m tbtty
lists, er I viB bav la take tb couraw tha law cttrrcta,
lrot e tbo attndtag la oUurrs bsiaea wil VUe
asjwa. II M Ml It u l UM ssl SI (ISM,
AITiCLVS TAXAUI.e. -laa
pv are and tea4; ae frosa It W Tsrs afagw;
rtcwcnra t eltudre; Saw aad ttrlat atlas and alt MaattBaavtr.
tng ShiablMtimeata; Jtwetry, (rot 4 aad enw Waicbs acd
Ctxaiaa, bJvwr Aa ; ptaa rortea, aad all HoMht4
T tha vleso aUoa MorMa,aa4 MaSMaiaad Uulaaaf
U t value of I UJ, xcit siuh that Is kaed Hr s4.il aad
Iumo par n me., Caitta and Boawpavwr t valaa l1',
tit ataacys at Interest aa drpwatt f otiT se; ail suvk e
ptiltviP by 'batter. W. O. LAMAR,
ut-tiivswhl Aamov rf l'aUav toaut.
Bise Woaa aso Tarrax, lika other surface diseases, de
rive th ir orisin from imporitiea in the blood, and frequent
ly are very difficult to get rid of The only sure remedy
for either of them is Carter's Spanish Mixture, tbe magic
blood corrtcto'. , dtel
. Tai Bjuob or Axt. In this wonderful age, Art lays her
tnasir touches on almost every thins . The ceilinga over as
and tba carpels ws tread on, are hallowed by Art. Art
winds tha railway through tha mountains and the mud;
makes her machines of wood acd Iron, to act as if with
knowledge and annihilates apace with lightning tamed down
to tbe tuteledge of a boy. Nothing ia too lofty for her touch
and nothing too humble. A new proof ot this old conviction
has just fall' a under oar notloe, In the ahspe of a Cathab
tio Pill, from the Laboratory of that world renowned
Chemi-t, Dr. C J. Atxju
If we understand the subject, he has carried that article
to the farthest perfection of which it Is capable. Instead of
employing Drugs in its composition, aa we have always
thought the necessary and only way, he has with consum
mate skill extracted the virtue of the medicine to be em
ployed and combined them alone in their purity together.
The composition is then mixed and rolled by machinery and
steam power into a sperold pU wMch ia wrapped in an en
velope of gelatine, for protee:ion Jrn the effects of weather
or time, and then thickly coated with sugar, to serve as iu
pasrport over the palate. Notwithstanding all the labored
perfection they are offered to the Public at less than one
cent each. However humble the department, we think this
may be eafe'y characterised as the consummation of Art In
italine. Jloruiig Atca, Bait.
Piano and !Iuic We learn that Horace
Waters, of &S3 Broadway, N. Tn agent for the sale of many
of the most celebrated makers of Pianos and Helodeoas, is
offering them at prices which we advise all who desire to
purchase to avail themselves of. He ia also selling hia large
and well-known Catalogue of Music at one-third off from the
regular prices, and will forward the same free of postage.
Bia offers to the trade, teachers, and schools, are of the must
favorable characterall of which he wil ibe able to fill to the
letter, for having wisely adopted the cash aystem. The
Horace Waters' Pianos are known aa 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. Ar. J'. Evangelist.
Areyem Getting It aid ?
Is yosr hair turn! ng grey f Do yon wish to cultivate good
whi-kersand moustaches? Tour hair to be soft, silky and
glossy f Tour head to be cool, comfortable and free of nd
ruff? Mothers I are your children to have luxuriant heads
of hair f Then tute Boon's Hrruioa Flcti, which rrer
fail in its unerring effects. Prices 25 cts, 80 eta, 75 eta, and
$1 00 per bottle. Bogle's Balm of Cytheria stands unri
valled for eradicating tan aid pimples, and beautifying the
complexion. Price 50 eta. Inventor and proprietor, W.
Bogle, Bo-ii. and sold by Druggists everywhere.
lursrDXKCB in life, an evil of which many yonng men are
guilty, will be promptly counteracted by Cabibb's FraaiSH
Mixtdbb as hundreds of certificates in the bands of the pro
prietors abundantly testify.
The Art of Dying Human Hair.
It is but imperfectly understood even by those who make
the greatest pretentions. The most ef the popular Hair
Dyes of tie day may, for the time, color tbe hair, but soon
to be succeeded by a tarnished green, or other unsightly ap
pearance. Bogle'a Electric Dye la void of these noxious
properties. It instantly dyes the hair a beautiffl natural
black or brown, which neither water nor sunshine can tar
nish in the least : and " to make assurance doubly sure
his agents are authorised to refund the money if the most
perfect satisfaclion Is not given. Prices CO cts, $1 00 and
tl 50 per case. Inventor, W. Buols, Boaton, and sold by
Druggists everywhere. my81-ly
Consumption and the Diseases of the Throat and
LCKOB TmBATBO BV THE I.1HALATIO OF MEDICATES VA
fobs Dr. Wm. Hunter, brother of Dr. Robert Hunter, re
spectfully announce to all those who are aRlcted with dis
ease of the throat and lungs, that he has returned to St.
Louis, where he Intends permanently to establish himself.
There is probably no class of diseases which are so wide
spread in their nature and so terrible in their results as
the diseases ot the throat and longs. It, therefore, becomes
a matter of earnest solicitude to the profession to know if
there be any means whereby those diseases can be controll
ed and ameliorated.
Dr. K. Hunter and myself have made these diseases our
own peculiars'.udy for several years, and we have found
that the only means whereby theseiseases can be reached
is by direct local app'ication, or the prescribing of medicines
which are breathed into the lungs in the form of vapor, and
are consequently brought in contact with the whole internal
surface of the lungs. The success of our treatment has
fully sustained the theory.
Persons at a distance, sending a full description of their
case, will receive treatment according to their symptoma.
WM HUNTER, M. D.,
Ofice Eighth, between Pine and Chesnut streets, west
side. sept6 8m
BCROKCLA AND SALT RTIECM OP FOUR TEARS
STANDING, CURED BT CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
Worokstkr, Wayne Co., 0., Dec.l, lSi8.
Me8is. Bissett k Bkirs. Geutiemen: Uavihg for four
years past been s'lffiriug with Scrofula in ita worst form,
without finding relief from our best physicians, I was solicit
ed by a fiend to try Carter's Spanish Mixture. It gives
me pleasure to state that before finishing tbe first bottle,
the disease re'uxej. 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.
The third bottle I g ive to a friend who had been suffer
ing with Salt Rheum for a length of time, and he, like my
self, owes his restoration to health to the virtues of "Car
ter's Spanish Mixture." Ton are at liberty to nse this let
ter in any way you may think proper, if it will benefit the
afflicted. Your obedient servast,
novll JOSEPH ROBINSON.
TO EUVOl'S M IFEKEIIS.
A retired Clergyman, restored to health in a few days,
after many years of great nervous au Bering, ia anxious to
make known the means of cure. Will send (free) the pre
scription used. Direct the Rev. JOHN M. DAGNALL, No.
59 Pulton street, Brooklyn, N. T. sept28 ita
Be not deceived by base imitations. HEGEMAN, CLARK
A CO'S GENUINE CO" LIVES OIL, never disappoints
and nine years experience has proved it superior to all
others, and the only reliable cur for CONSUMPTION.
As there is a great deal of spui tout) oil in the market adul
terated with seal oil, whale oil, Ac, Ac, too mush care can
not be taken to procure the Genuiue.
Our Oil is made at our own factory In Newfoundland, and
each bottle has our signature over the ecrk, be careful to
get HaoiaAi, Clarx A Co., for since the death of Mr.
Rcsutob, our late partner, there has been an article intro
duced called Rushton's, which is in no way connected with
R. 0. A Co., or II. C. k Co.
Sold by J. G. Brown, Ewia Bros., and by D-iugg'sls gen
erally oetxT Sot
A PERFUMED BREATH. What lady or gentleman
would remain under the curse of a disagreeable breath when
by using the "Balk or a Tbousaxd Plowbbs" aa a dentrl
flee, would not onl y render it sweet bnt lears the teeth white
aa alabaster? Many persons do not know that their breath
is bad, and the subject is so delicate their friends will
never mention U. Tour a single drop of "Balm" on your
tooth brush and wash the teeth night and morning. A fifty
cent bottle will last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may a-Dy b acquired
by using .the "Balm or a Tmocbab Plowbbs." It will re
move taa, pimples and freckles from the akin, leaving K of a
soft and roseate hue. u et a towel, pour on two or three
drops, and wash the face night and morning.
8UATINQ MADE FAST. Wet your shaving brush In
either warm or cold water, pour on two or three drops ef
Balx or A Tsjorsno Flows," rub the beard well, and
it will make a bsaatiful soft lather, much facilitating tbe
operation ef shaving. Price only fifty cents. Beware of
oantrrfeita. None genuine unless signed by
Septl-dawSia Franklin Square, 5. T.
Williams' Pulmonic Balstm ef Wild Cherry and
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY.
A speedy and positive eure for consumption. It ia a cer
tain remedy for Pheumonlea, As hma. Spitting of Blood,
sight Swea's, Bronchitis, Coogl.s, Colds, Pturisy, Whooping
Cough, and all diaaes of the cheat aad longs, together with
all the elections which pred spots te the above named cou
p's! its. All pem.ns who have sued it in the above aimed
com plain U atleat to Its tioacy la the aaost aaqaH3ed
terms. This Invaluable madicioe m far sale by ali the drug.'
gists throughout tha Southern and Western atcs, Maaa
facttuedby A. L, WILKINSON A CO.,
to wboa all orders moat be addressed.
Hear what U lion. Jaaa Clsuws saya of Ha nature.
Persona who boy one bottle art sure to get a second.
DcrraviLLB, March , 1S5.
Gextvi I have naed Dr.Charlrs Williams Pulmonic B al
as ra of Wild Cherry and Wood Naptha with tbe happiest
if ecu. A negro aaao, now belonging to say lather, w be has
been I several years araicW wl h a diatrtaaicg oongn, it
apparently restored 10 good fava: Ut ky the of one bolUe
. I have eoed K ala la other eases, and aoae without de
ckled benefit to the patient
Tory rotpoeiruliy, JERI CLEVKN3.
Messrs. A. L W nail so a A Co., Baauviilo, Ala.
Da. Cats. Wuxiaa-e;
Iaaa rta: 1 Uae ptcaoare in giving say tostisaeay to the
ftrtose of ew exos.Wot "Palmooie Balsam of Wild Chor
ry." Having Bod several bottles la aay family, with a
caioJ advantage ia every ease, I east rscosamena it aa the
beet an4 snoot pleasant aaediciae I have ever ma.
' W. D. f. BAWXiX.
Twscambia. March ,!.
Par sale by Koroaa A Rate, Berry A DoaaovO O. W.
Deo4raholtt A. A, aUseoo, Xwta( A Arothcv, hoteoaio,
JusaahO.aVowa. . . orpiAI-Uei.a
BOLLOWAT8 PILLA. A oertaia reasewy tor Ltrcr aad
tonara coapUinla. The daagbtet of Mrs. Far low, 0
hear? airwe. Mew Tort, was tut throe years ia a depfcarahio
stale of ill health, suf triog froea heraaoasach aad Liver.
Sevea weeks ago she aoeaaacacod the o of Dr. iiueway
PJia, aud U po' bnttiy er4. buLi aa the BtaaatectAriat, t
a, MaUeet Laae, Kew Tork, bb4 Vs. t4 ttm4, LeaJos
ad by at regj'.stB, at V, Vt;-, aaj ( fe tea.
- - FOIt SALE.- - ". ' T
ONE of t?e mrst desirable Fesdenees In the vicinity ef
Kathville, on th Gallatin turnpike, and in full view of
the city, between Lde9el and Br. wnsviUe, and in a few
minntea1 waik of the Public Square. Tbe improvements eon
slit of a Cottage with 8 rooms, and 4 scrvauta' roams, milk
house, carriage house, atablar, sheds, Ac , with a well of
never-failing excellent water twenty-three ftet in dep h.
There is also in fine growing order a choice selection f
nearly 300 fruit tres ot almost every kind, and strawber
ries of the most choice varieties, crapea, evergreens, roe s,
Ac. The place containa thirteen aeres of the very best gar
den land, which can be divided into two, three or six beau
tiful Lots, with plenty of garden ground to each. It ia in tbe
be-t location in the vicinity, being convenient to a fine male
and fviu tie school, and a church. It ill be sold altogether
or seven acres wilb all the improv menta. If immediate
application ia mde a great bargain will be given, to a cash
er pro-opt time purthavr anl immediate po.srsioa givn.
Por particulars, and to secure a desirable home, rail on the
premises at once, or to O. t. NOKL, -
6ec5 tf No. t College street.
200Q ACRES OF T1MBKEED LAUD,
ON' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11T3. 1S56, we win offer
for saie at the C arret t residence, 12 miles from Nash
ville, on the road leading to rtmnKfleld, upwards of TWO
THOfSAND ACKK3 OV UNiXY TIMBERED LAND, in
cluding the Garrett rei lence, Craighead place, and lands
aijicent, all of wuich are upjliJ with never failing
fpringi of freestone watef; lie well on boh sides tf the
t-pnntitlJ and Clarksville Roads.
These Lands have been recently divided Into 19 tracts,
and afford a rare opportunity to purchasers to make good
investments in a healthy, pieasant and finely elevated re
gion within two or three hours ride of Naahrille.
The White's Creek Turnpike extenda to the junction of
the Clxrkaville and Ppringfietd Roads at Paraciie place, and
from thence to Clarksville, the wbcle road has been recent
ly surveyed and Is being put omler contract to be graded
and turopiked, all to be completed within the next tuirtetn
months, runnin through these lands.
Persons wi-hing to examine the different tracts previous
to the rale, will apply to W. J. Garrett or Brothers, or to
the undersigned ho will attend at the Garrett House on
tbe 9:h and 10th davs of December, to fhjw them to any
who may choose to examine for themselves.
Tbe Mansion Home tract is one of the best stands for a
public bouse and s' age stand in Davidson county, and the
improvements are convenient and all in good order.
tW ale commence at Noon.
t3f? Free Collation as usual.
Tckms. One, two and three years credit without interest,
personal security required and alien retained on tue land
to secure payment.
Jtf Come one Come all !
NANCI k WOODWARD.
X. R. Glasoocx, Auctioneer. novJT dluriwtd
tiKLAT AMD EXTItAOKDLIAKV EX
fS TCE3DAT next the 9th iiutant, on the premises, we
W will sell tour Lots on Broad street ou Free Soil Territo
ry. We feel confident that the value of this property is not
properly appreciated in this market. It is exempt from
all taxes for tl years after this jear. We have made a
calculation as to the savings in this particular and find that
it ia more than the cost of the Lot and imp'ovementa that
may be built thereon. Our taxes are ad tularin, and tak
ing the rate at 1 per cent, per annum, the saving compund
ed will at the end of the S7 years reimburse the outlay lor
Lot and improvements and pay a profit of abiUt twenty-fire
per c n(. in i ddition. We therefore announce to the public
that a purchaser of a lot on the aouth aide of Broad street
obtains his lot and all improvements for nothing, and a
bonus of 25 per cent, into th borgain, when compared with
bis neighbor on the opposite side.
The Lots we propose to sell are a portion of the Teatman
property, and will be sold on a credit of one, two, three, four
and fire years, for notes satisfactorily secured, beariuv in
terest. Tbey are situated en Broat street, between Summer
and Cherry streets, a more particular description of which
will b e given iu our hand bills.
LINDSI.ET A CROCSKIT.
E. R. Glascock Auctioneer. deci
CITY HOTEL KUILDING FOIt HE.iT,
rPHE new and elegant BRICK ESTABLISHMENT,
nnwn . ni in iinii' in ii unrwtmrii i . nnw v ni
for reut or lease.
It has more than thlrtv first class rooms, with a dining
room 25 by 00 leet, larga pantries, washing so 1 drying
oomr, and every convenience necessary to a first class Ho
tel. The building will be lighted with gas, and has a bell
for every room.
The Hou-'e ha--been kept but one year since its building,
and has a better character now than aoy house In the tftate.
The furniture can be bought on accomodating terms. Por
terms apply to D. U. C. hPENCE,
de: 8t tw u Slurf eesboro.
JOT1H S. BRIES. WILLIAM L SHOWS.
"1 'HE UQ'iemii'ned have formed a partnership in the prac
J. tice of law in the ci'y of Nashville, will give prompt at
tention to any and ali business intrusted to their care.
JOHN 8. BR1KV,
jyS'56 tf WILL. L. BROWN.
LIVERY STABLE FOB, RENT FOR 1857.
XT5fT The well known LIVERY STABLE y
on Lower Market strtrt, nnw occ-i-pV Sp3T)
rTjj pi'd by John 11. Sl-an, will be f-ir" 1
' rent next year. The site and location of
this Stable raakea it one of the most desirable la tLe ci;y.
ALSO Tha largrt WAREHOUSE now occupied by P. P.
Ptc as a Car U:e Shop.
Por further particulars apply to eitheir of the ucJersiirn
en on Market street. MiH M. SLOAN, or
novlS tf PKED SLOAN.
ALHO. The ICE IIOCFE occupied by C. E. H Martin
will be rented on favorable terms.
MCHOL, GKEEX & BAILEY.
FIIEMI AUK I V'AES. Just received by River
and Railroad the following articles, vis:
O0 bags Baltimore Coffee; 50 boxes Star Caudles, full
25 " Juva do; weight;
in) ' New Orleina do; !5 boxes Palm Soap;
101) hhds " " Sugar; 25 " fancy "
20 " St. Croix do; 15 cases Matches;
50 bbls Crushed do; 45 che'ts Tea, Black and
. 25 " Pulverized do; Green, ali brands;
20 tiercet Fresa Kice; 5u0 drums Fig;
50 c isks English Soda; X5 bags Spice;
i"'0 boxes Tobacco, Va's bed's 20 " Pepper;
! 8'),iiii0 Cigars, " " 10 " Ginger.
'i bl.ls Almonds; 10 " Cream Nuts;
10 " Filberts;
i(K) bbls. Coffee Sugar, different gra!e';
50 box's B ston Loaf -Sugar, D. Ketlaed, different grades.
Together with Bucktts, Brooms, Hope and ail articles gen
erally kept in the Grocery line, withageneral assortment
of ail kimis of Liquors.
ON CONSIGNMENT. 50 barrels Robertson Co. Whisky
and a few barnU Apple Brandy, three years old, 150
' harreh nf targe flue Green Apples, all of which we will sell
low for cash.
novii NICIIOL, GREEN k BAILET.
CIlAMtEItlCIES. 50 packages new Cranberries,
barrels, halves and quarters, for sale by
nov8 WKS.SKL k THOMPSON
IV M.. 200 drums new Pigs, received and for sale b
r sale by
Wr..EL k THOVfl'SO
LE MO. S. 5 boxes Lemons, received and fir sa'e by
nov8 WE5SKL A THOMI'SttN.
CltACK.'vKI.I. lt!N I IT. 50 boxes superior
Cracknel! Biscuit, received by
novo W ESS ELL A THOMPSON
pllEESE. 60 boxes Pine Apple and English Dairy
V- uiieese, tecelveti
I and for sale bv
WLSSEL A THOMPSON.
JrsT received an assortment of Sky Rockets and Roman
Candles, and for sale by
ocU WESSEL A THOMPSON.
tiii: piiEaiiuju plow of tiii:
I 'j E. C BRINLEY, of 8impsonv!lle, Ky., would in
; i. . form the Fashkbs throughout the South aud West,
j that he keeps constantly oa hand, any quantity of hisim
. proved (Heel-Stubbie ani Hod Plows, which he warrants to
.live satislaction, or refund the purchase money in every
case. He would also Inform them that be la manufacturing
.p IMPROVED CULTIVATOR, that aupercedea all others.
It U said by some of the best farmers In the Mate to be un
surpassed. It has received several premiums this season.
His Plows have received fourteen first class premiums in
the State this season; also three premiums at tha Indiana
dtate fair this year.
Ail onieraaent him, or his agents, will meet with prompt
attention, if accompanied with the Ctih.
PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
ForNo.f Plows, with brace rode $12 00
For No. Plows, with brace roda 11 0
For No. 1 Plows, without brace rods 10 wO
For No. 1 Plow .'O
I For No. I.tf Plow 1 t0
i rn. fiiltivatitr T IM1
For IHmble Shovel Plow. T Oil
ForSingie Shovel 5 00
A rents foe the sale of these plows are
Messrs. W. B. Bellknap A Co., Louisv.Ua, Ay.
B.8. WellerA Son, Naahvills. Teno.
" Soundrra A Keith, Lexington, Ky.
" Smith A Tharp, Virktburg, Mine.
dreA 8m Simpson villa, KyNov. S,1M.
IAU prepare to farnlrh COFFINS of - ,- j
every description, with everything e- ikJL,"liBJ--w
eessary for funerals, and will give prompt attention to al
order kit at my Co Ola Ware slooma, ia Cooper's b sittings
For eltore of all kinds repaired or made to order hi the
best stylo. (octi tolsyaa JOHN It. CURREC.
TO TUE STOCKHOLDERS Of TUX
HASHVIL1E AUD CHATTAK00GA EAILEOAS
FIUE Directors ha vine declared a dividend of throe per
J. rent en the rapiial t ocx of this Con pany, payable oa
and after tiie tth Liereiuber next, at the cnVe of the Trraa
urrr id Nahrille, It is oarncejy requested th.tali stuck
boKlrrs wba have not received certificate fur stocs intertst
to 1st January, 1S54, wlU bring or send la their certificate
for original stuck and have thraa rooewew befare that li.a.
octiS W. A. C-U.AV1W. oocrsta J.
Ornca N. tC.LL Co.,
Naehvllie, No. Si, IKI. f
AN elertioo ef fiftera Mrectora to manage the affairs of
the Nab Title aad Cbatlanoora Ranrosnt Company,
will be held at Marfreeoborooa We-tneAday tha link oay of
Dervmb-r pexl. PtocthoMers will bo carried over tbe
Koed to Marf'emlorooo Ue t h and lO.h aad back baste
on U Iota and 1 1 th free of charge,
ssrit sea W. A. GLEATE9, leeretaey.
OoU.EiK 6TK(rr, NASHVILLE, TZNSsVetZ.
XV 11 OH 12 UTS, Proprietor,
(laTbov vvass srsuits.)
TUB Satwvibor has recoAtiy Va.sn IhM well kaowa ea
tabltshment t rrfitung and thorooghly raaovauag It
and hopes souo to bar ll ia such eondiboo seat totso inte
rwr to ay booao ia thi ty. The Pnpneur hope by k
exrvtUaaand UnMtl tj Asoioiaot (Mr. lr4Jarfe, who
fwrnterly prosldrd al th City Uotai.) to be aie so . h
hoaAO worthy 4 aiaf patrwais4 by the pabl aad preeaW
e that bo paio aboil b spared aa bia part, to stent the a
prohatKa el tlMe wh asay favov him with thotf patroaago
Ht wutlv!i lotntli a trll el his BOOM.
fc.V-rtio.w WW. ROBHTt
C0?AST5ZS42Lf B0TICX. '
HAVIN' j tbw dsv associated with aa Mr. WiuAaa B.
Karra la nor hoaineao. will eontiaoetae Basse mmt
theirsa of UXLIAtr, hWUa A UA. - aer
vs. a. am. ap a. swise, ja.
LELLYETT, ZWIUQ & CO.,
CROCERS AND CCMV-'SSICM kerchaxts.
ArtO rf tURS !w ...
- raES, UQU0RS A5D CI3AR3,
yOA. 10 AAlt U MAKStr.COCTM OflftUio II at XT,
To the Ladies of yasliville!' -
. MRS. S. J. LLOYD,
Fashionable Silk and Straw Jliiiiner,
JfO. IO CEDAU ST.. . t
WOULD reepectfully inform the Ladies of Nashville and
vicinity, that she hat just received direct from the
second Paris of the world, the City of New Tork. a beauti.
ful assortment of French Millinery Good, consisting of La
dies Pedal Bonnets, Chioewl Bonnets, Split Bonnets, Braid
Bonnets, Fmbmidered Lace Bonnets, Bu le Bonnets, Em
broidered Tissue Bonnets' Rich tancy Bonnets, ef the new
est styles, Misses' and Children's Bonnets, in great variety,
of ali sort and site.
A beautiful assortment of Bonnet Ribbons of all hinds,
such as Velvet Ribtona, 8aaa aad Belt Ribbona, aad Trim
ming Ribbons of all sorts.
FEEflCH FLO WEES.
Fifty boxes of the most beautiful and loveliest Flowers
the eye can behold. Wreaths, Rosea, Rose-arops, Pigcete,
A handsome assortment of kmbreiderie for Ladies, Bach
as Shemjsetts, Cnderaleeves, Collars, Worked Bandkrr
Kld Gloves, Silk Gloves. Black Silk Veils, and other arti
cles of Larlie&' waer too numerous to mention. Opening
day ill be on the 1st of October. Now ladies is your time
to get a handsome and fashionable bonnet cheay. Do not
be under th impression that Union atreet is the only place
yon can get a hand-oj e and fashionable bonnet. Call at
No. 10 Cedar street, and you wil) see that th goods are
equal to any in the city. 1 can aell yon bonnet f om $x 00
to (i5 01, and have secured some of the best milliners in
the city to work fir me. All order for cleaning, altering
and retrimming shall be pnncmally attended to, and done
in a superior style and at a reasonable price.
N. U. Ladies Straw Bonnets cleansed and altered.
MILLINERY AND DRESS MAKING.
NO- 36, TJPPZE MABriET ETET-
MRS. HOWE It T 0 N
RE8PF.CTPCI.lt Informs her customers and
V . . k. I . - ll . i k- k .,
.11. iuuuc Kcurri:j ui&fc .lie u.9 rerjeavij wm.
criveu large auuuions 10 ner stccs 01 m 1 ill
nery Goods, all of which have been carefally
selected, embracing the latest styles of Bonnets, Trimmings,
Kit Dons, f lowers, Rolls, Head dresses. Braid, caps, etc.
Sh is alto regularly in rtce pt of all th new aud late
fashions for Ladies' Drese, orders for which are promptly
attended to. Sbe solicits an examination of her goods and
prices. octst tf
630 PAHCY BONNETS AND MILIEJEEY GOODS
AT II AI.f I'll ICE,
And mostSelect ef this Ssatoa.
NOW. LADIES, is your chance to get rich f"
rBonuets, Millinery Goods, hmbroideries, Ac,I -"J
at tbis great reduction in prices Having pur- VL.
chased largely at Pans thi season, and having some littie
competition, induced me to lay in a very extensive stock,
and now must ciose out our large balance cf Fall and Winter
Bonnets previous to making great alterations ia our Store
for our Spring Sales, as oar suxk will be the largest South
or West of New Yora now a-days. Come and supply yowr
selves before they are ail gone, as they will move off last at
our reduced prices. Our stock is now as well assorted as
at any time this season, having received goods by every
steamer from Europe since the 1st of October, all of the most
beautiful and late styles. Our stock of Cloth Wrappings at
onl 10 each a few lee. Embroideries cf every dcocrip
tlonr t half price. Royal Gimp and Dress Trimmings. 104
box of rich Flowers for BriJal Parties or Bonne ta at ful
ly 50 per cent, lower than ever offered in Nashville. 44
boxes of rich Plumes, imported Head Dresses, Ac. Rih
Bonnet Ribbons, and super. Glove at SO to 75c. Like wis,
a large stock of Fancy Good', too numerous to mention.
Now, Ladies, com and mak your selections Immediately
at E. WISE, Agent,
novS No. 5 Union St. next door to State Bank.
XV Wc call particular attention of the Trad and Coun
try Merchants, Milliners, Ac, to this, as w will give yoa a
Bill of Goods at New York prices.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
MAMCFACTUaJJI A WD DIaVLBB II
HA lo, UArS AM) vj'
No. 23 Puhlic Square
FANCY DRESS FURS AT
FRANCISCO'S Fill STOKE,
NO. 88 PCBU0 SQUARE,
THKREwil be found every description of LADIES'
v V DitKSS PrjKS.ma.l up in the most fashionable and
becoming manner. Ladies who wish a real gera in the
way of a nice Set of Pur are respectfully Invited ta avail
themselves of th opportunity now presented.
A. J. FHANCL3CO, Importer of Ldies' Purs,
oct 19 No. S Public Square.
OUll MOLESKIN II AT
IS still attracting the attention or tli tiu Mods ot ear
city. e are still makmg this beautul Hat to order,
and Solicit tk attention of ml a ho wish a nice Hat.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
octi 8 No. Ii Pub to Squar.
SOFT HATS! SOI' I' H ATS II
COME new and beautiful styles. Just received by
FUANClaCu'S Hat Emporium.
No. i Public Square.
I IIIEDUEJVS HATS AND ( APS.
N every variety and atyle, to which we invite the atten
tion 01 me Laities. FRANCISCO.
ootid Fashionable Hatter, SS Public Square.
I A DIM' RIDING UATS.in endless variety.
LioctlS A. J. FRANCldCO, SS Public Square
BUCK SEIN SHIETS AND SEA WEES.
ECK1VED this day, a small lot of first rate Back Skin
chtrts and Drawers, and few of cheaper style.
J. H. McOILL.
White and Opera Kid Glomes
RECEIVED this day, a larye assortment or White aad
Party Colored Kid Gloves.
J. H. Mod ILL.
VfTE have now a superb assortment of seasonable Ca-
V V derwear, it oonstsW of
Phaser Flannel, Shaker Knitt,
Segovia, Lamb1 Wool,
Red Saxony, Arnenan,
Lineirtilk, Canton Flannel,
Trilled Cotton, Ac, all of which w are selling at fair
rates. J. II. McOILL.
FEW Robe, weii wadded, received and for sal by
J. H. Mo .ILL.
TRAVELLING SHAWLS AND KTJ7FLEES
. HANrtftUMkl k of heavy Travelling Shawls and Mef
a. flers, received and for sale by J. U. McGlLL.
TETJNKS AND VAIISeIu
JrsT received a supply of best Sole Leather Trunk aad
Valises, and a large lot of cheap styles, all for sale low
by J. H. MrGII.I..
NECKTIES AND STOOLS.
JCST received every vatiety ef Cravat, Ties and Stocks.
J. U. McGlLL.
Ladies' and Oentlemena Famishing Store, oorar of th
Souareaod College streei. aovlt
R 0 y a 1 IlaTana Lot t err.
TH C next ordinary drawing of th Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, an
dr the aupervwion of the Captain (aeaeral of Cuba, will
take pia-eat Havana, on
Wedneaduy, December IO, 1S56!
Q SO, OO O-
tetrteo Nnnaer A73 Ordlsiatrl.
Capital Vrlzc 100,00 lolls.
4 Approximations to the SIOO.OUU, of 1600 oach; 4 of to
IVI.ouir; 4 of 4al to tO.uOO; 4 of too to 10,I"H. 4 of 100 to oS.OO
Wliol Tickets $20 ; Halves $1U ;
Prlaas eash4 at siht at b per eent diaoeaat.
Bill on th Nashvill city bank taken at par.
A drawing wlU be forwarded as sooa as the result baas
fir CommenlcaUons addrnl to DOlf RODRISCIX
(career City Post, Charleston, t. CO aalU Ooe'r loth, wUl
b attended to. td
rVTJR Subscriber respectfully announce that hhadls
L po-edof a portioa of hi intereat ia Abo Grathtaborg
Medicine, to Mr. Nbini Bacmwrra, of Natbvll,.
NashyiLe.Drw S.1904 ALEX. XACKKNZII.
aM ACKEaNZIE vt I.ECKWITII,
coLLKcrriNO a n eats,
NASHVILLE. TEN ,
AM) CIIM'ItAL AGENTS FOR.
THE GRyFEN3ERG COMPANY OF NEW YORK
FOR TENNkSSER. ALABAMA AND GEORGIA.
BT arraapemeni a.l with th Grssfenbe-g Oompojiy,
we eodtriak to rio t mi aanoally thr Sab Agent
rtUin la every oountr, toes and city la the three h.atee.
In dotrg ta.-, which will be petooally superintraie I by Mr.
tteckwiui, we .Srr oar trYs a Coti retort kr bewiosaa
neo, neapiers, Ac, le., and promi to g'vaekioe BU.a
tion to the later of tVo who wish le employ a.
Tf We are perwiti.4 to f Ive t-.e following rcfareaeos:
J. S. A W. 9 Labey. it Park Roe, N.w Tork;
Locke, Ketebam A Co , Wurslrt, N.w Tork;
Jtuiaed Parry, ao. ,Ctom Uooao, Philadelphia,
Psne, biwil A Cst. , Pitwberr.
Livingatca. CoprUad A Co , Pliuborr:
CansiM baa A Co., Pitubarg Glatf Fscsory;
G. M. F ir, AHorivrr at La,haaviH;
B. 11. Utttit A wiU in,
Messrs. Ae4rrx, AiUtea A Co.,
McaS'S. twin Brothers, AecS
t. i. TV.
T. J. SCOTT & CO.,
WarJeaale Grocers, Commission. Eeeeivia; aa4
AND DCALXRA IN FINE BR AN DIRS, WISES, WHET.
T.BACV CI i AAJ, AOL, "
" NO. 3 E A3 AD WAT, NAAETI1LE, TEJN.
NO, 28 CSIOX STREET NASU1LIX
FlCmiJ 70S THE KLLX10XJ!
AniiuortPts ai nn.AioTTrca
rOH FIFTY C1.TS.
1UT F la trtt rat a'.yW, loe e-tog eao. r-h as thv
etoo are chorgiag o.dUar fc-r i UAt ttf Fit TT
CANf trjeoo vhS fCt XAt.
sk4 U'vUHU BtOT, rale at.
(i - rAisi. - '
.TliC3. S. Wayne & Son, -
l 7 ILL gtvo tnot aad rstti awsaiteei to reewivlag ss t
II terwatoiBg hwlttitao of eeory lorttai,oia a
aS ShiBrioy C-o.T.Bvac s Whaat, Cov. FVaao, taoo I
FROM HIS ACADEMY IN NEW ORLEANS.
Respectfully informs the Ladies snd Gentle
men of Nashville, that he will give lessons en
AT TIIE SALOON OF
VESSEL & THOMPSON, 42 Union St.
Ia a few leesocs Ladies are taaglit to write
in a neat, easy and rapid inanner, and Gentle
men in s bold, rapid, bnsinesa style.
j flours from 9 to 11, A. M., aud from 1 to 4,
P. add from 7 to 3 at night.
Persons from the country can finish their
leston in one week.
As Mr. D. will not have time to call on fam
ilitw, he hopes that all who desire to join hie
clasws will make early application.
To persons acquainted with its merits, hie
system of writing needs no recommendation,
but those unacquainted with it, Mr. D. refer
to the following remark and testimonials. In
stead of teaching Penmanship inereiy as aa
imitative Art, an experience of twenty years
has enabled him to reduce it to the certainty
of a.ScteWe, so that being guided by Inouitdgt
instead of random practice, pupils from six to
sixty years of age, can, in a abort time, leara
to write with
Base, Elegance and Rapidity.
So accurate is his system and so oniibma ita
success, that after witnessing its effects on sev
eral hundred pupils in this place, the lamented
Alfred Hume observe, "I consider it but justica
to say, that I believe it not only the bett fjt
tern bat the only deaerrinj the name for
by strict attention to the rules given, any pr
son may in a short lime, acquire a free, rapid
and elegant Land."
Such Mr. D. believes will be the opinion of
all who test its merits, and an experience of
above 12 years, (mostly In New Orleans) sine)
the above opinion was expressed, Mr. D. hopee
has detracted nothing from the merits of hia
system, or his skill in teaching it.
.PVowt (A RU JU. SMcp Ctty.
Columbia, Term, Nov. 20, 1143.
Mr. J. TV. DoLaiAh Dear Sir. I have been
much interested and pleased iu examining your
system of Penmanship, and so far aa I am capa
ble of forming an intelligent judgment neoa tbe
subject, 1 give it my hearty approval Toor meth
od of teaching seems to me to be both skillful aod
faithful, and tbe improvement of your pupils is sur
prising and rapid beyond anything I have ever vita
nessed. I shall feel happy if tbis testimony te
your merit shall lead others to avail themselves ot
your instruction in one of the most beautiful aad
useful aits; and am very respectfully, etc
JAS. II. OTST.
from JL Sum.
Nashvilh, Sept 9, 1941.
sir. Dolbear Having bad a fair opportunity of
lamtning your system of Penonanship, and hav
ing seen the wonderful and rapid improvement of
your pupils in my school, I consider it but just to
say, that I believe it to be not ordy the Utt tysftvie,
but the enly one dtteniny the nam for by strict
attention to the rules given, mny person may, in a
very short time, acquire a free, rapid and elegant
hand. I should be pieased to see it universally
adopted. Most respectfully . your obedient ser
raut, ALFRED HUME.
ZT From Mr. Pesrl, Principal of the Natohet
Institute, after witnessing (he result of a course ot
Lessous I gave to above SO) pupils in the Insti
tute: To thi IfrssKS. DotstAB Gentlemen: I dsem
it ray duty to express my opinion of your Pen
manshtp, from what I observed during your recent
conr.e of Instruction in this Institution. I have
watched closely, both your method ot imparting
instruction, and the advancement of the pupils, ll
is the on it system which I have seen successfully
adapted to public school instruction. It has only
to be understood by Teachers, Superintendents
and Trustees in general, to be appreciated aad
adopted. Very respectfully,
J. F. PEARL, Principal Natches Institste.
Natch ix, Deo. 2 i, 1845.
FVoti tew. Dr. JMdtUy, Prttidmt XathtUU rwsi y .
Nashvillb, Oct. SI, 1841.
The system of Tenmanahip taught by Messrs.
Dolbear and Brothers, ia decidedly the best wita
which I am acquainted.
PHILLIP LINDSLET, Trest Nash. Univ.
NasavtLLi, Sept. 2, 184S.
Having been invited by Messrs. Dolbear, teach
ers of Penmanship in this city, we have carefully
examined their system, aad the specimens of imo
provement made by their pupils, and feel entirely
prepared to ssy that the system is teientiji mnd
much tuperior to any other we have seen that the
Improvement of their pupila ia very rspid, and we
therefore take pleasure in reeommendlsg Ueaa t)
the favorable attention of the public
Mai. Gen. . P. GAINS, U. 8. Army,
JAMES C. JONES, Gov. of Tennessee,
Rt. Rev. J. II. OTET, Bihop of Tennessee,
Rt Rev. R. P. MILty, Bishop of Nashville,
Rev. PUILLIP LINDSLET, D. D. Pres. Nsb. aL
Rev. JOHN T. EDGAR, D. D.,
Hon. E II. FOSTER.
Hon. JOUN BELL,
Rev.J. T. WHEAT.
Rev. D. R. CAMPBELL,
Rev. R. B. C. HOWELL,
Rev. YV. H.WHARTON,
Dr. JOHN S. YOUNG, Secretary of State,
Dr. CUAS. K. WINSTON,
Rev. F. G. SMITH, Rector ef Colombia Tsss. lea.
G. W. MARTIN.
Gu. KOBT. ARMSTRONG,
J. M. SMITH,
MILTON A. HATNE3,
.HENRY BALDWIN, Ja,
JNO. M. BASS,
JTVoo 6 mural AaeV-eie JatktMt.
Being requested by Messrs. Dolbear te state the
standing in society of the gentlemen, signers to the
above, I do so with much pleaiaro, being acquain
ted with most of them; they are highly reepeub!e,
and gentlemen of education and of high standing
in society. Givea at the Hertniuve, thie SSd day
of October, 1 StS. ANDREW JACKSON.
TV. mUowig tryft vwark of Ots Bon. Thmmae M.
ttnton, C. S. Smmtor, ore wfvrtf VU saf ro r
forj qfparvnte w& alt ywawf ptrtene A Aew mmf
Aoo c tk tn er'y.
WAJiiseroa Citt, Jaaa IS, 1S4S.
Sir Considering a good band writing to be aot
only an accompUsbmeBt, bat a means of satcese to
very man engaged la basin, I greatly applaad
your meritorious exertioas to improve the cbir
graphy of the age. A gentleman or a La Jy either,
who writes badly, ntver writes willingly; and mm
seqnenily often fail to write when they should; aad
wbea they do write, it is done at the iaat anomeat,
with haete and impatie-oce, and eooeeqeently wita
faults of all kinds, often commiutDg and kjorlng
both the writer arid the casts which he advocates.
Wwhirgyoo every saceese ia yoer laudable boo
derukiegs, I remain yours, respectfully,
THOMAS H. BINT0JT.
row Jf. fa Mroaj, lot IrwidrnJ eA V. 8.
Libdsb wald, Jan. S3, 1J4X.
Mr. Dolbear Dear Sir: I thank yoe very aia
errely tor tae copy ef yoer treatise eo the scieeea
of Practical Penatsanship, wlich I have read wit
much interest, and wish yoa aiach aaocaaa.
4, cannot hesitate in bearing tesiiasoay ta tha
very high character of the rvcommeadaiiona jo
have enclosed to ate.
They leave me ae deebt of year capacity aad
1 am sir. rcwpecthtlly, year obdl sere's,
M. VAN BUSES'.
trim Dr. J. A Tr, 6-raUry ftmU, Tmmuut.
Sscarr ast er Si-arc's Orvict, )
NashvUla, Srpt il, 1S4S.
Meaere. Delbeer Gee tM-moe: I have cxaeataed
with rare yoor syttew cf Ps cmaeship, and I uke
pleasure in adding aay humble tevtimotry te ita
merits, aa a system based BjXJO correct scienLie
trmeiples, suaeepuble et the most perfect demoa
stratioa and the clearest prvcucal UlaAtratioo. By
a dose stady ef the principica and a strict oborrv
aace of the ralee adopted by you, any lodiviJaal
hat its g the aataral aee el the Land aad ana, may,
la a short time, acquire ' the art peraaaeetiy ef
writlLg eLth UcmIJ and dWspaUh aa elegaal head,
wbicb aiay be varied la style al pWeuare, ta Sail
aay parucaUr parpcee or fauey.
- - Teer taoet ebeJUat servaat, .V
; , s JOHN S. T0UN0.
Cl!Bii, ta.. Jr 4tk, 1M.
Utr. J. W. TVt'Bowr tWr Strt T eiaaa or yoaof UOloe
la eiJiaaaa ratoe C4 . ae la.nt.ite, to whoo yva aar
reeouUv a ere i Immm la rVaaaafeiB, kao)
tta.0 joe mm r.t4 kworooeiMart. as4 1 tsae etc toor
ta stauaf sty eaovtcuoa, taat rv sythraa of foetaaiaiB
ktsstportue tooalMro, aooiU aoly to ko aatTia4 to
So at pr'a'osl a4 aieotoA.
..si.-l-) HtUtT hoclai.
ITrutcsaoi at KutsIB IVeeaiM CsUst, O ctoa, La.