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I3F"V B. Palmer, the American Newspaper Agrnt,
is the oxix ACmoEBiot Aoett for this paper la the cities cf
. Boston, .New York and Philadelphia, .and U duly empow
ered to lake advertisements and subscriptions at tho rates is
required by u. Hi receipts irill be regarded as payments.
UU office are Boston-, Scollay's Building; New Yoke,
Tribune Buildings ; lrauuixrinA, N". AV. comer Third and
. .SrPaTvin. & Hlonroe. General N"ewspapr Scents,
No.Sfi, Walnnt street, are aulherize J- agents for the Nash
ville Union in Cincinnati.
"37C. 31. Carroll, is our authorized agent tor the city
ofMemphis. He can be found at the I". 0 in that city.
PAimcvxABVoncE. No charges will be allowed against
the "Union and American o'Jice" or the firm unless ruithor
ixed by special order from the firm.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 185V.
(k7 Wc call the attention of our agricultural
friends to tie advertisement of Geo. C. AllvX
Thengricultural Afanufacturiiig Company is in full
operatton, and is prepared to do all kinds of work
such as wagons, carls, plows, Arc. Our farmers
would do well to give this house their work.
To THE,Einrons of the Usiox axd Auekicas:
uextlejiex; in reply to tuo complimentary call
upoff.mem jrour paper of Saturday," to become a I
candidate for Mayor of this City at the ensuing j
elegioh, which call is repeated in the Banner and j
GazciU 'ot to-day, I can only say, that I place my j
nanie'at'the disposal of my lricntfe, with unfeigned 1
diffidenceiOf , my. ability to satisfy their' expectation j
in case I should be elected.
Please aunounce my name as a candidate for that
office " " G. II. Focc.
Nasuville, June 14, 1655.
To Messrs. H. J. Ewlny, J.Mvrrw, R; O. Curry, and
GecTLcut-v: Wo hare read your letter of June Gib, in
which ynu copy the Preamble and Kcsolution adopted by
the Convention, which met in this place on the 4th, and now
offer the following as our answer to the same.
1. We have already said, that, if elected, we would vote
for a resolution fixing a day and giving to the people the
right to meet on that day and vote in favor or against a prohibiten-
law, and it Is now useless to repeat the same. But
we are now asked, whether we would vote for this resolu
tion, if it came up al an airly Jay in the Session. We re
ply; that so far from this being an objection with ns, we would
require it to be done before giving to it our support, if we
should b$fexected to consider the vote of the people upon
the subject, as instructions to us in our vote upon the law
subsequently to be brought up and acted upon at the same
Seision. We certainly would require reasonable time to
infervene between ihe pasWof the resolution and the vote
of the people, to satisfy us that all was fairly done, and that
the calm, deliberate voice of the people was had. This be
ing done, we do not care on what day the resolution is
brought forward, we will vote for it.
i If the people should vote in favor of a prohibitory law
when the quesUon was submitted to them, we are asked
whether we would then be willingas their representatives to
earn out their will. In other words, whether we would
obey instructions. In reply to this, we will copy the 28d
section of our . Declaration of Bights. "That the citizens
"have a right, in a peaceable manner, to assemble together
"fortlieii common good, and to instruct their representatives,
"and to apply to those invested with the powers of govern- J
"mcntlbr redress of grievances or other proper purpose, by
"address or remonstrance." If the people have the right
to Instruct their representatives, and the right was consid
rred socsseutial end incontestable as to deserve a place in
our Billof Rigbts..vte suppose that it would follow, that it
was tie duly of the Bepresentativcs to obey such instruc
tions, where the same were neither contrary to the consti
tution ofthe Stale or ol the United States, nor immoral in
their tendency, and we must be permitted to express our
surprise, that the Convention should have deemed it neces
sary gravely to address us upon the subject. In conclusion,
gentlemeriallow us to say that we adopt all we said in our
lormer letter, and to express the hope, that what we now say
'in.connocliou with what we then said, will prove satisfacto
ry,' and tint lliis letter will close the correspondence upon
the subject ' ery respectfully,
Your obedient servants,
:' JOHN BKII),
J.VO. HUGH SMITH
-Maurjed On the 13th instant, at 2 o'clock, P. M.,
by the Kev. C. D. Elliott, Dr. Wm. IL jrCoiirs to
Missifrnor.A C. AfAncitANT. both of this city.
. , .. EXCHANGE AND BANK-NOTE LIST OF
DVEIt I'KAUL Jt CO., NASHVILLE.
JSaywy etutl StVmg Tttit, l-jsed mi uttmt alarr fifty iAw
Tennessee, nil notes payable at Nashville
all others ".
Bank of Eait Tennetee
Kentn.-kv, all good Banks
Ohio " - " .
Indiana " " "
lViiusilvania,all notes pavble at I'hila
' all othcrsin gBod standing. .
New York City Hanks
Nonh Carolina :
Alab Jim, Stjte Bank and Branches; . . .
Hank of Mobile
Southern Rank of Alabama
, . SPECIE.
Silver, Dollarsand Half Dollars.-.
" Dimes and Half Dimes
C dis 0
i dis S
Sight Exchange on New York
" " " Philadelphia.......
90 day billson X. York and l'hila
n ' " -
Sight Draflsn New Orleans.'....".
Mi day " ' "
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Checks on Cincinnati. ...I..:
" " St. Wis
" SO acre, ,
. 4U acres, :
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TTALL 1"A1EIIS. We are
constantly receiving from onr-
Manulactory newslvlesot tilazeuand
UneUied WALL "PAPERS, which
weare selhceverv cheap for cash; also, tin extra hue aiti-
clc or Double Green.
X. B. Paper Hanging done in the best manner.
KLAGES A GORBEY,
No. 23, College street, next door to the Sewauee House.
AORICuTTBRALiIAKCI FACTORING COMPANY.
riIIIS establishment is now prepared to manufacture all
J kinds of Wngpms, Carts and Plows of every descrip
tion and any other funning impliments used in this country.
The prices for such thiugs will not be more than is paid
for them broujht from other places. We are ready to re
ceive orders fir Wheel Barrows and Carts and otheruten
sil for making roads.
The Manufacturing of Waggons is under the Superinten
dence of William Mullen, wln.v work is well kumin here.
We respectfully solicit orders from the Planters and Mci ch
antsin the surrounding counties foroumork.
One or two good .Wagon Makers wanted immediately.
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
. junelS Ixiwer Market Street.
CHARLES W. S3IITII,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER ,
No. 51, Oolt.eok Street.
QCHOOL, Law, Medical Rcligiou3 and Miscellaneous
O lVks, Also, Blank Books and Stationery, at lowest
"Country Merchants, and School Teachers supplied on
the most favorable terms. Nashville, Tcnn., feb. 2.
j. l enThT ',
Ofmile PliHtfri Hani; VWhj ttrret, Xii'hctlle, Ttnn.
Wuuiili respectfully lnlenn Ihe citizens ot
Nashville that he is prepared to execute all
kinds ofgeutlemru'sclothingiu the latest and most
.Lisiiionaoie tivie, aui at the bliortcst notice. He nsKs a
Miaro of the public patronjge. may J tf
MORE NEW PIAN0ES.
ITTEhave received bv recent arrivnl.x oin
V- more of those unrivalled Pianos madefGta
by J. II. Illinium and Adam Stodart A Co., o'l ? a f
various sty Ictf and sizc which will lie sold cry low lor
cash or giod nolcsdrawing interest, aud warranted to give
satistucl ion in c ery l espoct.
rai'r--'S' . & T. 11. U KEEN FIELD A CO.
A-HILY I'liOl'U. A ery superior article of Fam
. ily 1 lour, put ug in bmr, of l.ul lb. each, iiisl r,wli
from the tlulUliii ManufacturiiigCoiiiiwny's Mills.
Give italrial. .mvj'.l STItATTON, SMITH A CO.
" rUBNlTUBE! FURNITURE! !
T AM ju..t reccivinga fine a-sortinent of Fur-SZ
I nnunu me i.tiei uoii iiiun approver! I3
Myles, which will be warranted as i ecommend-I I r X
ed, and will be sild as cheap ns (he cheapen, llavinc r"
lanrel my Ware rooms I shall keep an assortment oi (id
U'rt's sujrior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anywhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Deinit. "
1)27 1. II. MORTON.
MAGNOLIA COTTO.-N.-Wc are agents for the
sale of Ihe celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTONSEED,
an article which several years experience with some of our
liest planters has proven to be better adapted to Middle Ten
nessee than any that as ever grown. Call soon or thev will
all be gone. J 0HNS0N A SMITH, u
rjOOTlI SOAP. This Soan Dentnhre is the proper
L specific for freeing the rooutu trom those disgusting
impurities which rapidly promote putriiication and destroy
the tectlu For sale by' may2S STRETCH A ORR.
LEJIOXSi 15 fwsea Lemons, received this dav by
'npM " ' Ii. A J."NLX0N
f sine I
TELEGRAPHED. FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN.
New Yoek, June 13. News by the "PaciBc."
The British government refuses to state to Parlia
ment, whether or not the Mediterranean fleethas
been ordered to assist Turkey. -
Discussion in the House of Lords relative to
Captains implicated in the slave trade. Spain re
monstrated with promised amendment.
'he British fleet in Cuba is to he augmented.
Large arrivals of gold from Australia. No later
Switzerland ordered out all men to fight Austria,
Plitt St. Son, of Lubec, have failed.
Menzifcoff left Constantinople on thu 22nd. The
. Russian army is 100,000 strong concentrating on
athe Turkish frontier. The Ministers of England,
France, Prussia and Austria, attempted to adjust
the difficulty, but Menzikoff and Diwan are inflex
ible. The Ottoman fleet despatched to Egypt for
troops. The Minister of War called out all war
All quiet at the Cape of Good Hope. British
prospects in Burmah are black, and had met with
Siia.iqhai, May 28. Nankin is invested by tho-i
rebels. The Imperial Commissioner lureuu Por
tugese fleet to protect the city, but was captured by
the rebels. He then sought aid from tho Ameri
can, English and French Consuls, who agreed to
render assistance. The American Commission
er placed the the frigate Susquehanna before
Nanking. No accounts of the result.
New Orleans,. June 11. Somo excitement to
day, occasioned by rumors of an intended rebellion
among the slaves in the city. Information was
given to the police late last night by free negroes,
who pointed out the ringleaders; they wero arrest
ed, and found to be heavily armed; confessed that
their plan was to organize 2500 negroes, to atlack
the city in several points tho next day, including
powder magazines, mint, and tho principal banks;
the city should be set on fire, at which signal the
negroes in the surrounding country should rise
The whole story is considered improbable, gen
erally regarded as n hoax, but the police thought it
necessary to take all precautions arrested some
twenty negroes. All quiet since. No others dis
Gen. Almonte, Mexican Minister, and family left
to-day, on the steamer Eclipse for Washington, via
Cixcixxati, June 13. Weather very hot Flour and Pro
visions are dull, and no sales of importance. Whisky closed
dull at 16 cents. Linseed Oil has advanced to C3aS5.
PirrsncEn, June If P. M. Three feet two inches in the
channel Weather warm and clear.
New Yoek, June 15. Flour, Slate 4 60a4 65; Ohio 4 C2a
4 CS, firm; Southern 4 STaj 05, fair demand; Wheat, west
ern 1 20al 22, bouyant; Corn. yellow C6, mixed 64, plenty
and easier; Cotton dull and declined Linseed Oil S2aS4,
dull; Molasses 2S.
A large fire occurred at Brooklyn last night. Loss $100,
000. The ship North Bend was nl burnt.
New OnLEAN's, June IS noon. Market dull. JIcs
Pork $lSa15 CO; Sugar dull; Molasses 17al8; Coflbe heavy;
Superior Flour 4 '.'3a4 .'0.
The Supreme Court this morning mianiniouslr decided
mfaTOrof the constitutionality of Railroad Tax", recently
imposed by popular vote unanimous sati-faction:
NewY'oik, June 14. Cotton lias declined ,
One" day laler reports say that Nankin has fallen. The
British Commander rcfuf es to let British merchants go np
the river with stores for either party.
PiTTSm-Bfi, Juno It noon. One foot eleven inches in
the channel, and fulling.
Cixcixxati, June 14 noon. The river has fallen five
New Yoaic, June 14 noon. Pork market tinner with
an upward tendency. Mess 15 80; Prime $12 50; Lard
quiet at'jLalo1; Hams 8LjVJt Shoulders 5a0.-
MThis dlightful Summer Retreat is now open
for the recection of Visitors. It is situated on JL
the Nashville and Ltmisville (tin Mammoth Cave)
Turnpike Road, twciyU-one miles fnmi Nashville, It isac
ccssible to Nahville m-alincof dailvstaces, und bvnumer
!ous other modes of conveyance. The great notoriety of its
various mineral Springs, renders it entirely unnecessary to
speak of their invaluable properties. The Hotel is neatly
fitted up; and, for the extent of its scale, and its admit able
I adaption, it is not equaled by any fashionable resoit in the
J State. The proprietor most respectfully solicits the patron
age of the public generally, and confidently hopes, by care
and attention, to satify hi visitors,
j N. B. A lull sijuply of ICE for the season on lwnd.
' mayS diwSm. Porprictor
BUKX.V VISTA WATlilt CCKE.-1853.
a. wluuer, m. i. w. a. edvomjs, m. n.
I ims. AVEliDER fc KD.1IONDS,
rtAKE pleasure in announcing that they aienowready
! JL for the reception of patients at their establishment at
IJiienn Vita Springs. The romantic, hcilthrul and
' picltiresque characier of the locality at Buena Vista Springs
. is so widely and generally known through the numerous
j visitors nlio annually leort to the place for its medicinal
waters, that the proprietors deem il ncceary to say but
little on the subject. The country is wild and broken,
' abounds in game, is exempt fiom epidemic invasion, has an
! iinconfined and salubrious atmosphere, and the establish
ment is supplied with an abundance of jmre tunning free
I stone water, equal to any in the State.
I Dr. Weddlu is a physician of forty years' experience in
I the active practice of his profession, and has just returned
fmm a tour through the Northern and Eastern States, dur
ing which he vi-itcd the best water-cure establishments in
tho country and enjoyed ample access to all the best sour
ces of information on the subject.
Dr. Eduoxis, though a vounger practitioner, has several
years' cxiieriencc, and brings with him into the establish
ment the professional devotion and energy incident to the
earlier periods of life. The means for amusement and re
creation are ample and free of charge.
Teixi-s. For Board and treatment from 8 to JlOpcr week.
Patients are expected to bring with them two blankels. two
comforts or a feather bed, six large crash towels, two sheets,
and some old linen for bandages, or they will be charged
extra for such in the establishment. Very sick and feeble
pei-sons will furnish an attendant v. ho will pay board, or be
charged for such extra.
BUENA VISTA SPRINGS.
Drs. W. A K further inform the public that the above
justly celebrated and delightful watering place will be ready
for the reception of visitors on the 1st of June. The house
will be furnished anew with bedding; toweling, curtaining,
Ac, Ac Nopains or labor will be spared to make the place
conform to the ratioual expectation of those who may visit
it. The places of amusement are undergoing thorough re
pairs and impoi tant additions, and will be free of etra
Buena Vista Springs, Logan county, Ky., April 7, 1850.
THE Proprietors of this delightful summer retreat, yff
and well known watering place, have the satis- jjji
fiction of announcing to all those in search of health
and pleasure, that they have put the establishment in com
plete order in all its depardnents, and are now in readiness
tor the reception of visiters. The salubrity of the atmos
phere, the piclurcsque scenery, the variety and medicinal
excellence of the mineral waters, the unsurpassed fishing
and hunting facilities all combine to render Kington s
Springs a most attractive resort, and no exerjions will be
wanting on the part of the proprietors to cater to tho enjoy
ment and comfort ot all who may visit them.
Wc w ih have a fine supply of ice all the timeon hand.
IPff" A tri-wcekly coach will run between Nashville and
the Springs during the season.
E.J. AJ. KREIDER,
may2G eolin Proprietors.
WE take pleasure in announcing to our numerous friends
and patrons, that wc arc now ready to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefits of our
place. Extensive preparations have been made for the com
fort both of the invalid and the man of pleasure. It wcie
needless for us to attempt to set forth the value of our place,
in a medicinal point of view. Many, afllistcd with various
disease, have visited us and alter a few weeks sojourn,
have gone 'iway either eutiiely cured or greatly relieved
paiticuliiily such as have bceij nfH'ctcd with Scrofula, di
seasesof the Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di
gestii c System in general. Of Ihesc facts, there isan abun
dance ot proof, and many who haye certified to them, and the
same h ve gone forth to the alllictcd people. And we have
at this time two living specimens of Scivfula cases, cured
sound and well, with us, lo be seen as testimony to our dec
laration; one of which was almo-l a hopeless case.
We arein Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east
of Lafayette, ourcounly scat, f.5 or 7t miles from Nashville,
4.") miles turnpike, and the balance high ridge mad, aud
other good country reads coming from every point fiom
lAjbanon, Wilson county. Haitsiille, Carthage, Gainsboro',
Tomkin..viIle, Glasgow, "Gallatin, Ac
ISAM. !'- UAKli, I
J. A. TAYLOR,
mayl2 tr wSm
170U.SALE. I wishtodisjoseof tlie tract of La:
JL wlirtetiu I now live, situated 111 (JoBi-e t ountj-, Jcnn., 111
tin- vicinity of Beech iirove, uontiiningabout 82i acies, two
huuiiii-d of which is under fence, in a high state of cultiva
tion. Thoic is not single acre of the above amount that is
not in cultivation b it what is thoiutighly set in blue gross.
This fit ui iswelladsptcdtostock raising, every field is wa
lered by good munii'g water. 'Jheimpiovemcntsare good
and all ucw.a good tno-siorv dttclling witli necessary nut
building. The location is a desirable one for jiersons who
uish to avail Iheinselves of the advantages of a good per
manent school, distance from the Nashville A Chattanooga
Rail Road 8 miles,
june s.-w. tri-w. WM. II. AVATTERSON.
"TSTltAYS HICKMAN COUNTY. Taken up by
Ai Amous Skellon. in the tenth district, on the I'thof Mav.
Is a MAREabout 12 years old, abont 15 hands high, of
a fleabiltcn gray color, sliod before appraised to $30.
Also, by the same, a HORSE, about 14 hands higii, ot a
bright bay color, with a blaze in his face, shod before; is
about four ears old appraised to 40.
junell w t 1 DEEN, Ranger.
BOSOJI SHIRTS. Wc have inst received
another supply of Linen Cambric fidl
Bosom Shirts tliecoole:
st article f
lc for summer wear.
77REXCH -VOVE UOSO.II SHIUTS.-Jnst re
JL? ccived another supply of small Plait Wove Bosom
Starts, for IMlc by Jl ERS & McOlLL,
TOON & RUTLAND.
TOON & BUTXASD.
" Xo. 41, Union Street, Xuhtitlr.
HISTORY OF THE INDIAN TRIBES of North America,
with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the princi
ple Chiefs. Embellished, with one hundred and twenty
portraits from the Indian Gallery in the Department of
War at Washington, to 'which is added a map of the
location of tlx various tribes. Price 1 35;-$ folio vols.
DANIEL WEBSTER'S Works. C vols.
BANCROFT'S History, IT. vols.
LORD BACON'S Works, 3 vol,. A rew snpply just re
ceived. McCAULFYS Miscellanies, C vols., hilfcalf.
KENNEDY'S Life and Speeches of Wm. Wiet, 2 1 ols.
POPULAR EDUCATION, For the use of Parents and
Teachers, and for yoangpersons of both sexes, By Ira May
hew, A M, Lite superintendent of Public Instruction, .Mich
igan. MARGARET CECIL; or "I can, because I ought," By
Cousin Kite, author of "Set about it at once," etc.
A LADY'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; A selecied
Translation from the German of IDA PFEIFFER. . '
31 Y NOVEL; or, A'arieties in English Life, By sir E
NAPOLEON IN EXILE ; or, a voice from St Hclcnx
Tho opinions and reflections of NAPOLEON, on the most
important events in his life and government, jn his own
words, By B h O Meara, his late surgeon.
HOME IS HOME, A Domestic Story.
GREENWOOD LEAVES; A collection of Sketches and
Lctlers, By Grace Greenwood. 1st and SndScries.
RAMSEY'S ANNALS OF TENNESSEE.
TOON & RUTLAND have just received .
THE HISTORY OF TENNESSEE to Ihe beginning of
tho Nineteenth Century. By J. G. M. Ramsey, M.
D. of Knoirille. junelS
Admiration Excited and Popularity
THE elegance and beauty of the Sprin:
Fashion of HATS
OfFHANCISCO&WRmiAN.has excited the llvliest evl
deuce of approbation from those whose Uuto, experience and
Judgment, enables them to appreciate Its merits.
If you arc an admirer of a
call and examine it.
FRNCISCO& WIIITMANara UUntNo.23, Public Square,
next door loth old stand of M'Aairy & Hamilton, where
they are always ready to serve all, big and Utile, old and
young, who are in quest or something to ornament the head.
m. 7. No. S3, Public Square.
ocii vnsTi i.,rrr.D white kooky tioua
K are now making a superior ar
ticle or the Rocky Mountain Silver
Beaver. We ventilate ineai to keep
the Head cool and prevontthc Hair
from falllne off In hot weather. To
those who wlh an elegant Hearer,
pleaae call and leave your orders at
tho II t Emporium of
may rvo. Zi. Public Square
Wc liavc now Kcadr for Exhibition.
A uo.urL.KlK assortment or Chll
en's, I ii fant's. and Mttlo Aliases' Straw,
IIair,aud Krald Hats; Chil.lrcns' Spor
tinc and China Pearl do; ."liijej Zorli
nas, Picadilloea and Hlonde Klatsllk
Turbun,-, Boys Summer Cars,andovc
ryihlns fancy for the Juveniles, at the
lancv Hat More of
FRANCISCO & WHITMAN,
may7 No. 23, Public Sqaare.
PANAMA, Leghorn. HIack leghorn, Campea- rra
chy. Canton. Uuton. Florida. Straw. Hn Petl.il f ffl
Uraid, and every varietv of Straw Hats forlheSa
Summer wear, at FRANCISCO Ac WHITMAN'S,
m:1iL No. 1-3 1'ubllc Sqaaro
H0TICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
TIIROUOU by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
adelphia to Pittsburg, Pa., ilassillon, Wooster, Cleve
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Eafavetlc,
Tene Haute, Chicago, and Milkaiikie. Thioiigh by Railroad
from Philadelphia to Cinciurali in 87 hours.
Shortest and quickest route froai the Atlantic Cilics to the
Great West. Passengers will find this the most pleasant
iou!e to X. Orleans. Only 1 1 to Cincinnati ; 12 lo Louis
ville; $10 to St. Louis, Via Pennsyvania Railroad, an the
followingdaily Steam Packets from Pittsburg. BuckeveState,
Captil V Belt-hoover, leaves Pittsburg Sunday; Keystone
State, Capt Charles Stone, leaves Pittsburg Monday ; Alle-
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts
burg. Saturday. Boarding and lodging on board the Packets
exti-a. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, ?2; Louisville, $3; St.
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
$9 5t; Mas-illon, $ti; Cleveland, S10; Mausiield and Crest
line, 811; Columbus 12 C5; Toledo, 13; Cincinnati, (via
Cieslliue,') $15; Chicjgo, (via .Michigan Southern R. R.).
flu 25. To Chicago, Waukejan, Kenoslu, 111., Racine, "Mil
wauMe, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Itailroad, .?1.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. K
ConiearofSchuylkill Filth and Mai ktt Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agenis of Ihe State
and Columbia Railroad Lines.
Tiie morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M.
Through to Ciucinnali in 87 hours.
The nisht Mail Train nt 10'$, P. M. Through to Cincin
nati in 40 hours, including one liight's comforiuble rest at
The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysbiirg, John
stowu, Greenburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case ofloss, the Company will hold thetusel
ves resiponsible forpcrsonal bagsragp only, and for an amount
not exceeding 100. THOS. MOORE, Agent.
-june4lf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
'Hie Columbia Railroad Line for flarrisbiirg, via Colum
bia and all infermediatc places, willleaie the above station
at , V..
DISSOLUTION The Firm of SNOW, MACKEN
ZIE A CO., being dissolved by the death of Anthony
J. Snow, all persons having claims against the late Finn,
will please present them for settlement, and all indebted
are requested to make immediate nayment.
junel2, 1653. Surviving partner.
"VTEW FIR3I- In. compliance with the -will cf the
LN late A. .J. Snow, a Coiiartnereliip has been formed bv
MRS. CATHERINESNOW A ALEXANDER MACKEN
ZIE, who will continue the Stoi e and Tin-Wtire busi
ness, at Ihe old stand under the same style as the old firm,
viz: SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
Nashville, June 12, 1 S53. ALEX. MACKENZIE.
On Hit Square Xett to Gordon's Warehovse..
(7"0ULD inform the people of Nashville and the snr
A rounding country that he has recently improved
and greatly enlarged his JlarblcYard, and is now prepaied
to fill all orders in the marble line at tlie shortest uoiice and
on the most favorable terms for cash. He would call par
ticular attention to his ell Selected stock of monuments.
best Enrol -can masters. His arrangements are now com
pete lor luriusiiing all Kinds ot marble, eitner ot ins own
manufacture or imported. He has on hand a large quanti
ty of Italian marble, in the rough slate, which he will tell
very low. House Furniture in Egyptian Marble of the best
quality can be had at his yard, lie flatters himself that he
can now serve the public on as accommodating terms ns
any similar establishment in the west A shaie of publia
patronage is solicited. may3l.
COl RTNERSHIT DISSOLUTIOX.-TlieCo-J
partnership hereloforeexisting under the firm of Soilv,
Hilluan- A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent
may23 E .v A. FRANK A CO.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. Theundcrsigiied
have this day formed a Copartnership, under the firm
of Sonx A Hilluan', and will continue the Dry Goods Busi
ness at the store heretofore occupied by Sohn, Hillman A Co.
may23 en LEON HILLMAN.
("t ARR1 AC ES. Just received
J 2 clesant Coupee Carnaires.
2 two seat Itockaways, (tor one or two Horses,)
1 one scat Rockaway.
A good assortment of Carriages, Barouches and Buggies,
of superioT styles and finish, constantly on hand and for
sale by may 21 W. II. 'GORDON A CO.
SUCAlt. 200 Hhds liouisiana Sugar various g niesd
For sale by npril 23 W U GORDON A CO.
PARCH. 250 Boxes Pearl Starch a suiierior iirti
cle, forsaleby mayl2 W. II. GORDON A CO.-
JL'ST RECEIVED. A superior assortment of sea
sonable Ready Made Clothing, consisting of
Black Clolh Frock Coats; Black Drap d'Etut Sicks;
Colored " " ' " " pants;
" " Sacks; Fancy Cassimere do;
BuflT, white and figured Marseilles VestL.
And a variety of other clothing, embracing n fine and
elegant assortment. T. J. HOUGH,
mr5 Cedar street.
Arcrsn scrrLT or HANDSOME SUMMER CLOTH
ING; Fine Drap de etc Frocks; Business Coals; mix'4
Tweed Coats; Fine Business Coats; Fine Business Pan
taloons; Marseilles Vests. All very handsome Call and
examina. T. J. HOUGH,
npril 14. Agent
America.and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON.
SXUFF. 10 gross Scotch Snuff in bottles and papers
150 pounds Maccaboy Snuff in iars.
In store and for sale by my25 A. MORRISON A CO.
?NE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOtllS
V FLOUR. I have just received n hundred barrels
superfine llour, cho ice brand-
april22 SAMUEL SEAY.
KOCERIES. Just received by sundry boats, and
for sale cheap for Cash
20 hhds Prime Sugar;
T.0 bbls old Bourbon Whisky,
SO bbls Reboiled Molasses,
May 2 1 SAM SEAY,
uwic.t, iiumcs ii ia:uiietor, leaves i uisnurg lues"
dav; Crystal Palace, Capt II Kountz, leaves Pittsburg Wed
nesday; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs.
day: t'itisburcr. Cant Hudi Camnbell leaves Pitt-hunr FrL
4.QHN YORK & CO,
ENCYCLOPEDIA. OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE:
Or, Dictionary of the Bible, Theology, Religious Biography,
All Religious, Ecclesiastical History and Missions.
Containing definitions cf alt religious terms; an-impartial
account of the principal christian denominations that Iiave
existed in the world from the biith of Christ to the present
day, with their Doctrines, Religious Riles and Ceremonies,
as well as those of the Jews, Mahomedans, and Heathen
Nations; together wilh manners and customs of the East, il-
lustrative cf ihe Holy Scripture, with a description ot tho
various Missionary Stations throuihout the Globe, justj
pnplished. Forsaleby junlt JOHN YORK M CO.
A Presbyterian Clergyman Looking for the Church.
The followers of Christ. By Thos, A. Kctnpis;
Tales of the Sacrament; ,.,v
The Lircsof the Fathers of thcDesert;
The Elcvatkwi of the Soul to God ; -
The Life of tho Blessed Virgin Mary; ' .
The Spirit of Prayer; A Manual of Catholic Devotion;
The Key to Heaven; or, a Manual of Prat cr;
The Golden Jlanual; or, a Guide to CalholiCvDevotion;
The Ursiilin&-2IartiuI,rcviied edition. ,
Forsaleby ' junU JOHN YORK A CO.
Webster's Speschc3, complete in sis volumes; -Clay's
Life add Speeches; , .,s
Lifo and letters cf Joseph Story. " .
Legare'S Works; ' " '
' Prescott's Conquest of Mexico; -. a
Prescott's Conquest of Peru;
Prescott.'a Ferdinand and Isabella; "f J f
Prescott's Critical and Miscellaneous Essays;, . ,-. r
Bancroft's Historj-of the United States;
Webster's Octavo and Quarto Dictionaries. For sale by
j"14 JOHN YORK A CO
W. It. PERKINS. W, C C-UJPBELL. S. P. WALKER
FEIIKINS, CAMPIJULL & CO.,
coujiTSsor xmcjuyrs, ymr ohlilixs.
PS1181111, NOTICE.-W. B. CAMP-
J BhLU ot Tennessee, having purchased the entire in
teiestoftt. S. Pickett of tliehouso of Pickett, Perkins &
Co., the business will be continued by Wm. M. Perkins,
Samuel P. Walker and Wm.B. Campbell, under the style
of lerkins, Campbell & Co., who will use the name of
Pickett, 1'crk.ins A Co. in liquidation only.
W. S. PICKETT,
WM. M. PERKINS,
SAMUEL P. WALKER,
New Orleans, April 11, 1853 Referring to the above
announcement from which it will bo seeii that the only
chango is the substitution of W. B. Campbell for Mr.
Pickett, we respectfully tender to you our services as General
Commission Merchants, of this city.
npril SO PERKINS, CAMPBELL, & CO.
S. A. SAWTER, 13. U WALLACE, t 1IOWARO.
SAWYER, WALLACE & CO.
So. 129, Front Street, ilw Tori.
Wine, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignos, &c,
AU 19, UFA YER STREET, XEW YOEK.
And Rcc ui Bastide. Boroeacx, mayl6 ly.
JOU.V C THOMPSON". PmUP H. TnOMPSOS.
J. C. & P. H. TH03IP.SON.
ATTOENEYS AT LAW,
jnnej lm Ofn-eon dierry Street.
I). 11. CLAIBORNE,
A TTOEXET A TEA ir,
No. 44, North Cherry Street,
AILL practice in all the Courts of I-aw and Equity of
Davidson County. 1'rompt attention given to the
collection of claims.
Refer to Return J. Meigs-Esq., Francis B. Fogg-. Esq.,
John Trimble, Esq., Russell Houston, Esq., And. Ewing,
Esq.. W. F.
Cooner. Esa.. Edwin II. Ewirur. Esn
Pearl A Co., Jas. B. Craighead, Esq., Jas Walker, Esq
S. R. Anderson,
a. r. uavij;,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
.give prompt attention to collecting and any other baslnens
in hisprofe-ssion. feb 11-
It. W. HKOWX,
A T TO 11 N E Y AT L A TP
Oflicc, ITp Stairs, No. CS, Cherry Street,
"N7T7"ILdJ' in connection, with ihe practice of Law, also act
as Agent for the purchase and sale of Real Estate,
Renting and Leasing Farms, Houses and Lots, Ac.
LYONS A- CO.
Importers and Dc-ilcrs in
Havana Cisars, To'iaccoand-all kinds o.
l'oreign Wines, Liquors, A-c.
A7. 10, Cular Street, XudicilU, Ttnnenee.
W. C. WHITTIIORKf,
Attorncj-si a l.atv,
JTJ'Will practice their profession In the counties of
Manry, .Marshall, Giles, Lawrenco, Lewis, and Hickman,
dec n. tf.
a. MACOitKr.ou, sr. e. aluiwat, i. b.vnkiieo.
UACGREGOK, ALL0WAY & CO.,
C O .11 31 I S S 1 O X SI K 11 C II A X T S ,
C5 St. Cilvrles Stiieet, ( third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
5T N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tenn.,are at
all times prepaied to nuke liberal cash advances on ship
ineiits to us. ' scptl
J. A. nEEKT.
W. 1!. DEERY.
n. k. iiF-cnr.
AXIS0NTA MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
OJiee Xi. 19'$, Puliie SjiKire, Xashcille, Tennessee.
L H. ZI0RT0N.
Dealer in Furniture and Piano3, Window Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, &c,
Vhion Street, near Cherry, XashciUe, Tennessee.
ALL kinds of FL'RNlTCRE'made to Order or Repaired,
al the shortest notice, and warranted. april7 Sm
PUBLIC SALE OF
2 Of) TOWN LOT
In Columbus. Hickman county, Ky.
ON tho Mississippi ltiver, 2i miles below the mouth of '
the Ohio, and at the great Terminus of the MOBILE
AND OHIO RAILROAD. The undersigned will sell to the !
highest bidder, without tcscrvc, on THURSDAY the 30th
of June, and on FRIDAY, the 1st day of July. Two hun
dred and nine Lots in the Town of Columbus, embracing the
most valuable Lots in Said Town.
These lots were pin chased at the original sale of lots in
said town, in the years ls22, 1S2S and 16-32, by the late H.
L. Edringtou and" others; and the undersigned having pur
chased said lots, now offers them for sale, for the purpose of
advancing the interest of said town.
In thevear 17U, the Slate of Virginia, in her compact
with Kentucky, made a reservation ol 4,000 acres of laud at
the Iron Banks, 011 the Mississippi river, which was to be
laidofl'into Town Lots, and sold for the benefit of the Of
ficers of the Rei olutiouary Army residing in said State, and
in the year ls.21, the Legislature of Kentucky, in accordance
with said compact, had said Town laid out, and the Lots
sold, and at tlie original sale of lofs, they fell into the hands
of a few wealthy individuals, who were" not disposed to sell
thcin, except for the most eaonuous prices, as they 'ooked
forward to the day they would become of immense value,
and hence Ihe improvement of said town has been prevented,
as persons could not obtain property.
LULu.MUUS, is situated onuie -Mississippi Jtirerata
point always accessible to steamboats, and in one of the
very best portions of the State of Kentucky, and as a site for
a la'rire Commercial city, it is the most ellimble position, and
and 111 one of the .
:r ut u i
possesses advantages superior to r.nv other in the West.
This being the rwint selected for the terminus of the great
Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the principal part of which Road
is now under contract, and Ihe most eligible jioint on the
Mississippi River, for the connection of the Charleston,
Chattanooga and Nashville Railroad, with the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Pacific Railroads, it is clear that Colam
bus is destined to be the great Central Emporium of Com
merce, forthc gieat Valley of the Mississippi.
Wc unhesitatingly say that at no time or place has there
ever been a greaier opening for the profitable investment of
capital than is uow offered at Columbus.
ftiois or Sale. Oue third cash, and the balance on
twelve months credit with bond and approved security, or
a lien upon the projiertv, at the option of the purchaser.
W. J. A J. P. WALKER, .
. May 5, 1S5S. wtd TURNER M. HORNE,
The Louisville Journal, (weekly) and the Louisville Cou
rier (twice a week in d-iily and all ihe time in weekly, tho
Nashville Union 1 weekly,; IheSt. Louis Republican (weekly)
and the Cincinnati Commercial (weekly) uill publish the
above until day of sale aud send bills to tllO proprietors at
Columbus Ky. for payment. 1'aducah Democrat.
I7OR SALE. 100 acres of loind, 3 miles from the city,
. 011 the new Franklin t urnpike. Improvements are first
AI-SO, 110 acres of excellent land, 4 miles from the ity,
on the New Franklin pike. Improvements good.
ALSO, a liucly improved lot, fronting 120 feet on Church
street, running back 170 feet with Crawford street, to an
A'LSO, a lot fronting 100 feet on Spruce street, joining the
shopof Vaunoy A Turberville.
ALSO, a lot "fronting 23 feet on Water street, opposite the
newNnsbville Wlurt GLOVER A BOYD,
5 young .
Tig Negro Men;
GLOVER A BOYD.
1 -cgro liirl, .
T?OR HIRE. A very likely Girl, Vi or 2o years old, a
l? first rate Hon-e Woman, Ac
ALSO 2 likely Girls, about 14 years old. Apply to
mayll GLOVER A HOyD.
I"OR RENT. The Roomadjoiningourofiice.
? AI-SO, 2 good Rnomj over our office
AI.S0, several Rooms in the second story of McGavock's
building on Deaderick street
A1.S0, the residence on the corner of Clnrcli and Cherry
streets. GLOVER A BOYD,
WANTED. A Wet Nurse. Apply to
june 10 GLOVER
ALIirELY Negro Woman Tor sale, 25 years old.
First Rate Cook, Washer and Ironer.
. may4 - DABB3 A PORTER.
E.HOVAL DU. U. V. liAIiLIias removed, to the
1 V office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelias & McCombi Cabinet Warerooins.
DRY GOODS, &C.
LKAXDEE D. STEVEXSOX.
kOBEBT U WniTE.
D'salsra ia Staple and; Taney Dryf-Goois,
Uv IF A ft,.
j -YTTE have now in Store, and will continue to receive nn
i V til our assortment is complete, the largest and best
aw. km . jMunaue. Jenrt.
itssoneiyciau swccoi goous in me city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods Store. Our buyer
rcmaincj in New York until the last.of -March, which gives
us the adrantase of new designs in many goods which are
not lo be found in any other house in the" city. We respect
fully request our friends and the public generally to exam
ine our goods before making theirm-chases, as we wlU sell
low for cash or to punctual dealers on time.
ap20 Iy bT STEVENSON A WHITE.
TEW SUJiaiER GOODS. We have this day re
X ccived an additional supply of Barege Robcs,.Bareges,
French Worked Muslin Sleeves nd Chemisetts; a beauti
ful assortment of Swiss and Jaconet Inscrtings and Edg
ings; Honniton Lace; Handkerchiefs and Under-steeves;
Bonnet and narrow Velvet Ribbons; Fancy Lace CoilTcius,
Ac., all of which we will sell at reduced prices.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
junj u c 59 College 'street.
D- oHiCSTIC (JOODSi A. J.DUNOAN tas in store
10 cases Plain and Fancy Cottonades,
20 do Bleached Muslin,
10 bales Bed Ticking,
10 do Jeans and Kerseys for Planters,
50 do Brown Muslins,
which will be sold very low, to close consignments,
june 5. A.J. DUNCAN.
NEVT IKP0KTATI0N OF LINENS
BY Ai J. DUNCAN.
CASES of Superior Irish Linen, direct importation
from Ireland, just landed and in store consisting of
New Myle rnntcd Linen tor wresscs,
Superior 4-4 white Demi Liuens;
12-1 Linen Sheeting;
" 11-1 " "
" 10-2 " "
" f-3 Pillr.w Case Linen;
" 4-4 Pink,' Yellow and Blay Linen;
jj i it ii ii
7-3 Bleached Drilling;
" 7-3 Fancy "
Warranted all pure linen and of superior quality, ottered
very low bv ths package or piece.
may25 " A. J. DUNCAN.
JOHN K. HUJIElias in store an excellent assort
ment pf Itluslins, Lawns and Dress (Joods, gen
erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As his policy is
never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of
course, extra" bargains may be expected. A few Lau ns and
Muslins left, atl0nl2 cts peryanl. june 5
OHOllLDKR"i:A3inFAT EXT S II I UTS.
O JOHN K. HUME has this day received another fresh
supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shirts.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Tics, Stocks,
Also, Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk Gloves naif
Hose,'-f every description, !
Also, Gent's underwear Shiits, Drawers, Ac. jane." !
I"?OR 31EX AXD ROYS. Clotns Gassiineres CoT !
. tonades. Drillings, Summer Coatings, Lisle Thread .
Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts; Cruvatts, Pocket Handker
chiefs; superior Lisle and Cotton Half-Hoes Ac, Ac
We will take great pleasure in showing our stock, feeling I
assured ve will be able to offer such induceuients, as it re- !
sards style and prices, as to be conceded bvali.
may St. W. A. A J. G. McCLELLAND.
TTOODS FOR 'filAVELLINC DRESSES.
JT A eomplcto assortment of the above Goods in store.
Lnt-e Goods, A-c Fine Valcnciencs Laces and In
serting, Iaco Curtains a largo lot ot Fans, Application and
Black IjceJIantles, Collars, Ribbons, Ac. Ac
rnavlO W. A. A J. G. McCLELLAND.
--T A. A- J.
JIcCLELLAND have in store a
iree lot of Embroidered Swiss Muslins, Hair Cord
Nainsook, Jluli muslins, very cueap.
Rich Organdy Muslins, Beragesand Linen Cambric, very
nGFJITLEHENrbVEEHAirL 'XOUlt WARDROBES,
1 'I1 if vnn find nnv-.iriirIM in their iL -- L- . "-'
J. line needed, call at MYERS A ilc
G ILL'S Furnishing Stoae. No. 5C Col
lege sL, whese you will find a supeib
stock of fine goods to select from, such as
Good fitting Shirts
Winchester A Myers patent,
Stocks, Ties, anil Collars,
Linen a. d Drill Drawers,
Undarshirts, great variety.
Money and Russia Belts,
Suspenders and Braces,
Glove? and Hosiery,
Cravats and Scarfs
Moming Robes. Trunks, Carpet Bags Valises and Satch
els; Canes and Umbrellas; Hair, Shaving, Nail, Cloth and
Tooth Brushes; Razor, Strops, Knives, Tweezers, Oils, Or
Marrow, Colognes, Odors, Shaving and Wash Soaps, Ac.
QHIRTS ! SHIRTS! We have just receiveJ another
O lot of Shirts, latest styles and bestqnalitr. For rale by
LINEX COLLARS .lust received a handsome as
sortment of Collars all Linen various sizes. For sale
by jjunelli MVRKS A McGII.L.
r OLD AX1 SILVER HEAD CAXES. We
JT have just received another supply of Gold and Silver
Head Canes. Also, .1 variety of other styles. Forsale bv
junell .MYERS A McGILL
-FaDIESWOIEK BO.Yi:.S AND DRESSIXO
C.SES. We have received -anolher assortment, of
V"ork Boxes and Dressing Cases various slvles and prices,
june 1 1 M VERS A McG ILL
TRAVELING CASES. Another supply of Travel
ing Cases suitable for Ladies and Gentlemen, received
and forsale by MYRES A McGILL,
Ladies and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 56, Col
lege street june 11
TJOY'S HALF HOSE. We hayejust received a lot
ot Cotton half hose for Boys.
MYERS A McGILL
THE STATE MUTUAL FLUE INSURANCE COMPANY
(Ofice. on Cedar street, ocer tlie Mutual Protection Otfices.)
(ABSTRACT OP AXM'AL STATEMENTS TO HAT 1ST. 13-i.l
Assets, May 1st, 1852
Premiums for the yearending. May 1st. '52
Interest on Loans, Ac ".
Guarantee Stock, additional to above
. ' 87,SOt 5(5
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, Ac,
to May 1st
Catifal May 1st, 1S53 $5?,313 70
The rapidlvaccumulating Capital of this Comiiany is the I
best guartntee of its entire reli bilitr. Risks taken on the
most moderate terms, and losses adjusted and met here.
JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agcut
Nashville. Mya23, 1S53 tf
VALlAIJLE LOTS FOR SALE Seven desira
ble Lots in South Nashville, fronting on Market street,
opposite Esquire Paul's garden. Terms easy.
R. A. BALLOWE, Gen'l Ag't.
jun4 No. 17, Deaderick st.
7 KAHAM'RREAD. Graham Bread" foFdispep-
VJ( tics, can be had every otiier day at
R. A J. NIXON'S.
ICE. NORTHERN LAKE ICE The subscribers will
be ready to deliver on and after Monday,, the 10th of Mav,
10.10, in-- ceuis iici iHiuiiu.
, n..,...., ' 1J1...1., n. n-.ai..f 11 n c
,t - ... - . 1
vel, and at the Ice Depot, rear of John Sloan's Stable.
Kif" Ice Depot office open at all hours, day and nisht.
mayl'J 2111. SHELBY A'BALDWIN.
joTessCllivax & SONS,
coMaassioN heschakts and agents
For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton. Provisions, and
Western Produce GencrnUy,
Beitec-ces. Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq,
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. juneS Cmtw.
IJ OR THE II.VDIES. Silk TissuesPlain arid Em
1 broidcrcd, can be bonght cheap at the Iliiladelphia
Store. juneT SOHN A HILLMAN.
BERAtiES. A great variety of Figured and Plain
Berages are offered at reduced prices at the Philadel
phia Stoie. june7 SOHN A HILLMAN.
" riJSLINS and Jaconets tor Dresses, of every dccrip-
1JL Hon can be obtained very cheap at the Philadeliihia '
btore. junei bUH & IIll.I.ilA.-i- 1
TONXETS at very low prices are now offered at the
JD Philadelphia Store. juuo7 SOHN A HILLMAN.
"WALNUT JOCKY CLUB,
ASSOCIATION STAKES FOR THE FALL MEETING
No. 1. Swcepstike for 2 year olds, the dash of, mile.
?100 entrance, voi'neii, w Derun onjaonaay, uienrsiauy
of Ihe meeting. !
' No. 2. Sweepstake for 3 year olds, mile and repeat, 150 j
j entrance, ?50 forfeit To 'be run on Tuesday lie second I
i day of the meeting. ,
I No. 3. Sweepstake tor 3 year olds, two miles and repeat, '
j $200 entrance, 50 forfeit. To be run 011 Friday thefdih 1
dav of the meeting. '
Two or more to make a race in ttie above Stakes, to name
and close on or before the 1st dav of July. Eutries to be
made to E. R. GLASCOCK, Secretary. I
p. S. In addition lo Ihe above stakes, tbo Association will ,
give liberal purses, aud we may confidently expect good '
sport, as mere win oe a line ueia 01 iiorses.
june S d. till 1st jury. iT
ERY CHEAP FOR CASIL-Wall I'apers from
10 to 25 cents per bolt Fine Glazed Paper, 30 to 60
cen Is per bolt
Every variety for Parlors, Chambers, Halls, Dining Room,
-Ac, kept constantly on hand and for sale very cheap for
cash, by W. W. FINN.
mayll 41, ilarfrct st-, between union and tlie iSquare.
NEW ARRIVAL Jtwt rece-ted
rV. per Steamer
Hartford, 83,00 Pieces Wall Paper
Borders, r ire-Screens and indow J aper.
maylS 41, Jlarketst, between Union and the Square.
! T7OR FHtEJIEN'S PARADE. Blue and Red
JL? Satin Cravats and Stocks. Those who- have not yet
supplied tuemselves witn aSWCKor vTavar, snomu can
early at may 19 MYEHS A McG ILL,
KEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS! '
JnstreccivcqbrlMIAGAK " '"
GREAT TRDTIIS BY GREAT AUTHORS. A j)ic-j
tionary of aids, to Reflections, Quotations of Mariras, lleta-r
phors, Counsels, Cautions, Aphorisms, Proverbs, ic, ic.
from writers cf all Ages, and both Hemispheres.
SPIRITUAL VAMPIRISM: Tho History cf Ethcrial
Softdown. ByC. W. Weber, author of '-Old nicks. The
ROLVXD TREA'OR; OrThePilotof numan
.... '""...y ... ........... .j.., .,.ufi usn uiMciuiu
lose a fortune; and then to make another; .
gionofthe Ozart Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas,
which were first traversed by DeSoto, in 1541. By Henry,
iimiriippivfrmtivr rt n a n
HOME LIFE IN GERMANY. By C. S. Branco .
TRAVEIS IN EGYPT AND PALESTINE. By J.
Thomas, M. D.
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE. By the Authorof "JInsingj
olan Invalid," Ac.
SIMON KENTON; Or the Scout's Revenge, an Historical
NoveL' Bf JanTis" Weir; E3q: '
ONE YEAR ; A tale of Wedlock. By Emily St. Carlen.
MARRIE DeBERNIERE: A tale of the Crescent City
Ac, Ac By W, Gilmore Simms.
WOMAN'S LIFE: Or, the trials of Capritel BMiss
Amelia Corlen. With many oUicrs, Ihis day received and
forsaleby june F.1IAGAN, Slarkct St
LATE COUNTERFEIT DETECTORS, and 'Dy"eFs
Book of Blank Note Plates. Jrt ree'd by F. UAGAN,
jnne 3 Market St.
HARPER'S FOR JUNE;
PDTN'AMN " -GRAHAM'S
ILU'S MAG. OF AT.T, F0RJUNE.
Subscription received by F. 1IAGAN..
The Most Popular HatcverotTcred iu the City,
IS tho new summer style at WaterSeld A Walker's. Since
these HATS were submitted to the scrutinizing test o
public opinion they have met with a rapid demand, and hare
successfully borne the palm of competition. The reason is
evident tftey are of the finest texture, light and durable,
and of faultless desiirn. Whoever will compare them with
the different stlisaHiut, will emphatically pronounce them
thej.qnddr IlntvftXt srascn-. A fine supply ready to-day.
The Xeplns Ultra ot Summer Hats, are the White
Rocky Mountain Beaver, and toe inimitable lizht French
Gosamere, just introduced at Waterfield A Walker's they
., . . i , iri. t .... i j i -. t:
I.,(MinV-,v.n thS hM,l mnl-tl,,, nmnWrni ;rlr.
, - ...0
Summer lints, of Panama, blade and white Leghorn,
Campeachy, Caiiim, and all tho latest Styles of Iau for ,
Summer wear, for men, boys and children can aliviy s be j
found at the Ion est possible prices at
Ladies Riding Hats, of tho Litest designs in Silk. .
Velvet, and tine Braid. Somebeautifulstvles.iustrecired !
at WATERFIELD A WALKER'S,
maySS 20, West side the Square, next to Gowdy'o
DISSO LVTIOX. The firm of Bex Jf. Noel A Bun.
was this day dissolved bv mutual consent O. F.
I NOEL bavins sold his interest in the stock on hand, will
j pay all debts due by tho late firm, and most respectfully re- .
I quests tho.o indcblcd to them to call and settle np.
I jnay31. 1H53. BEN M.NOEL A BRO.
TVTEW FIRM. BEN M.NOEL A A TYLER having ,
L bought out the entire irterestof O.F.NOEL, in the ',
; business of Ben. M. Noel A Bra, and taken their old stand 1
j at thecornerof College and Spring streets, will continue-to ,'
doaGeneraUJrocery and Commission Business, under the I
style of Bex. M. Noel A Cot, and would most respectfully .
solicit a call from our old friends and the public generally.
niaySl.ll&a BEN M.NOEL, A CO.
HEX U. MJEL. A. TVLEIL,
REX. 31. NOEL A CO.
GSOCESS, AND COMMISSION. RECEIVING AND
And Dealers ia Foreign and Domestic Liquocs,
CO LLE(rE ST REE T.
O UXDRIES. Ctt'bgs prime Rio Coffee,
100 barrels Fresh Flour,
It"' litnls lair to eh ce bugar;
200 bbls Reboiled and Sugar
100 bags Fine Salt;
100 Coarse do;
500 bbls No. 1, do;
500 kegs Nails;
50 doz Painted Buckets;
50 bxs Cuba-six Cigars;
50 do Melee do;
13 bags Race Ginger;
10 do Pepper;
1 cask Madder;
10o bxs Glassware, assorted;
100 bbls Vinegin
50 bbls Walker's Ale;
20 barrels Loaf Sugar;
20. do Powdcreildy;
100 Deniijouns, assorted;
5 tierces Rice;
5 ccroons best Indigo; ,
15 barrels Soda:
50 bgs Cotton Yam, ass'd;
In stole and for sale by-
do Crushed do.
NOEL A CO
T IQUORS AXD TOIJACCON. 00
JL Hale's Rectified Whisky;
100 bbls Dean's Rectified Whisky;
40 do Old Monongahela do;
50 do Brown's I) I) do;
o do American Brandy; 40 bbls S. M. Wine;
25 do N E Rum; 25 do Port do;
8 lull pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 pipe Irish Whisky;
50 baskets Champagne, assorted brands;
40 boxes assorted Brandies;
2pipes Holland Gin; . 20 bbls American Gin;
5o boxes (Jus Jones' Tobacco;
Si) do rennells do;
17t do Peter it. Boaz's do; 1
20 do Young A BurriU's do; t
20 do Allison's diF;
2.- do Peter M. Boaz's Gold LeafTobacco; I
10 boxes Phenix Tobacco; 10 boxes B. Daily's Tobacco; '
20 do Missouri do; 10 do Ender's do; j
10 do Sam Wool's do; 5 do Reed A Nash's do; j
10 do S E White's do; In store and for sale bv -
junel BEN. M. NOEL A CO. .
To Cafeissct ISiaSccrs.
AND purchasers of the followingarticles, the subscriber I
4375 FEET SHADE ZTAlIOaAXl' VEXEERS, ass'd;
8600 do fine Crotch do do do; I
2520 FEET FINE OAK VENEERS, assorted;
-10 Gross Bureau Knobs, assorted; ,
20 Reams Superior Strut Paper, all sizes;
ol UallonsrcnxiTtme varnish;
HQ do best Flowing do; .
18 do do PulMiwj Varnish;
For sale at the lowest prices by
At the Man A MocTAit, Market street. Nashville.
"TO COACH mTkERS & OTHERST
JUST received, of the best quality
1 Cask FIXE COACH-1SODT rAi:XlSIT, XO. I.
1 do do do do do NO. 2.
1 do Black Coach VAttxisu. ron rei-aikixc;
2 Barrels Best Black Leather Varnish;
20 Reams VANDERPOOL'S. CELEURATED FLINT
PAPER, considtred the 11 Sxntl Paper inuse. All offered
low by T. WELLS,
Market street, Nashville.
T'ANS ! FANS ! !
15 doz Fine Feather Fans;
20 " Fine and Common Spanish Fans;
100 " Paera Faas;
For sale very low. by A. JI0ERIS0N
mavis o b
; . ;
' TlOY'S C'LOTHINU DEPOT I-
aue suoscrmers .
1 JL) have the most extensive and varied assortment
nr. 01 .
CIotliingforBoysfrom4toI(5 ever offered for sale in the
Union. b Onlerifor Gentlemen's Clothing Dllcd at the sl.rt-
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establisfimcnt, have
the privilege oft-hanging them if they do not suit.
F. A HOVT A BRO.
S. W. comer of Chestnut aud lOst, Philadelphia.
April C.I80-T ly
I IIAVE this day associated with me in tbn Saddling Ru.
siness my son, A. C. MARCiL The business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J D. March A Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment J. 1). MARCH.
jgf Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, n continuance of the same is respectfiillrsohcited.
jil J. D. MARCH i
. TEACHER AVAXTED. The Trustet
1 Trustees of Tea
A nessee Academy desire to employ a Teacher to takf.
charj-e of said institution, who can produce saUsfoctory eti-
dencoof his competency to teach the vaiious branches coin-
only taught in Academies. Such a gentleman can find im
mediate employment nt a liberal salary. A gentleman with
a family would be preferred. By order of the Board.
Washington, Tain., Juno 2, 1 Scc'y.
TJull'TiltTANT TO IROX JIANIU-'Af.-rir.
JL RERS. JAMES RENTON, or Newark, New Jersey,
has discovered a process for manufacturing wrought iron
directly from iheore, wilh w(od or mineral cal, styled by
him an ore-welding furnace; (an improvement in the manu
facture of iron long sought after, but never successfully at
tained until Mr. Reutoivs discovery, 1 and which produces at
a single heat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than
niir iron is now usually made. Letters Patent fare been
' granted himfor his di?covcry,and weare tlie appoiafedagent
I for the sale of rights and its introduction- Ihronghont the
' West; nndasthepnnthighpriceofironisinducingmany
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without being aware
of the great advantages this new and valuable inven
I lion has over any other known mode, we think it but subser
, ving their interest to thus early impress upon tliem the im
' portanceof an examination of Ihe merit ol this late inven
tion before embarking in any other made for making iron,
i assuring them of its entire success and practicabi lity, as de
monstrated by the furnaces now in successful operation afle
this plan. .....
It is not ourptirpose in this advertisement to speak par
ticularly of the almost incalculable advantages th s piocess
possesses over all other modes for making Iron; (as this Is
contained in our circular, which we will bo pleasal to mail
to the addressof any one interested in the matter,) bnt to
call tlie attention of those about investing in the manufae
ture of Iron, and respectfully invite an examination of tlie
1 furnace we are erecting in this city, and which will be in
I operation by the 5th June next, or to the furnaces of the
American Iron Company in Newark. New Jersey, now op.
I erating with complete success. W. C. DAVIS A CO.
Cincinnati, June I fvr.
EJIIIICOIUIJICEU SUIJrrS. tetiiUWe lor iire
men on Tarade, and for rurty purposes. .
tnaylj MfEKSA MiQILL,
LARGE AUCTION SALE
unx OOODS, &C, AC,
JiY A. J. D CSC Ay,
tilt f ; 1 i n . I mftnlintit NMRlT.
Iy to this sale, as the Stock is neT and embraces the riches
. lsi i. ltakan, and tjermaa inipon
1 and ordered to be closed.
J SjtinsybUck Silks cf all w idltw; Fancy rressSdkj, French
1 Lawns and Muslins, Berage, Berage de Lames, Cat'tVrage.
! lt.ia Slf'?',cr! d?' P"l1 riw- Tarletons, Swiss Muslins,
Nainsook do. Book do, Jaconet Cambrve-, white and colored
, Cambrics. India Lawns, Imtja. Twills, Swiss Iaserting and
Edging, Jaconet do, wide Silk awl Thread W-csanifEdg-
4 ings. Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Silk Mantua Ribbons of oil
widths. Gloves and Hosiery, Silk and Thread; geen and
j blue Ueragf, Linen Hdkfs.'Fans. Stack and Fate)- Silk Crs-
Tats Marass do. Bleached Moshns and Drtlliu z. Brown
f Muslins aud Drillings, Co! tonades Burlaps and Brown Lin
ens, Fancy Prints, Black, Cnuarv, Crecu, Ruby and Furni
tnre Priuts. Iamask and Turfiev Uml Prints, rmd averv
large stwk of Trimmings. A targe Stock of Linens tnd
Linen Dress Goods. -
WITH WO CASES of BOOTS and SHOES, BATS and
Ininnets of aU qualities, consisting of Gimp, Straw and
Leghorn, of new styles.
The stock is very large, well assorted, and will be sold
tT 1ER1K LIBERAL.
Nashville, June 2 AND. J. DUNCAN.
JuV Ulh and 13th. I August ltlth and 17th. .
Sept 18th, 14thand 14th Oct. lltb, 12th and 18tb.
Nor. Wth, lth and 17th. I Dec. IStb, 14th and 15th.
jnaeS A J. D.
PITSLIC SALE OF GROCERIES.
ON WEDNESDAY, JuneSSd, 1353, we will offer at Pub
lic Sale: '
2O0 Hogsheads Louisiana Sugar, all grades,
100 bbt Molasses plantation and 8inrr hansrr
500 kegs Shoenberger Nails, all sixes;
200 boxes sXlO and 10X12 Window Glass;
500 boxes Manufactured Tobacco all grades;
.100 ' Summer Tallow Caudles;
ll0 " Palm Soap;
100 " Pearl Starch;
50 packages Liquors;
10O0 reams" Wrapping Paper,
Wth varioiu other artictes.
The goods will beput up in our usual quantities,- witk
Teeiis or Sale. All sums under JQ, Cash. All surra
over J2Q0, four montlisfiu-approved endorsed coW -paya.
ble in one of the city Bonks,
junell-td " W. U.GORDON A CO.
TIKE SALE OF GROCERIES AT AUCTION 3Y H. S.
ON THURSDAY, the ltsth inst , at 10 o'docfe A IL.Lwill
offer a large and well selected stock of Groceries, it Auc
tion, in front of my Store on Market street. Comprising in
part me lotlomngarti clos. t u :
, iiFv uuus cusar, r.iir m itwur, ywtjttynwwuisi
; 2-0 bbU re-boiled Mokuses; co-s carb. Soda;
art hars fiinirpir
20 bass Ginccn
Id do. PentiiT;
200 reams Wrapping PapeR
20 bbls Battle Grouud.iiigar;
.V boxes M. Gigan. ail fcmds;
50 bags I-t guvra Coflee;
25 bags Jafa Gofieo;
50 boxes pint Flasks;
50 boxes, quart Flasks;
20 casks American Brand v;
lotialf bbls Mackerel;
1" boxes D R. Leaf Sngw;
o bWs Powdered do.
2 boxes Soap; Star and
i boxes Tobacco, various
Jo boxes Tumblers;
lit bMs Mackcrek.
lo or bWs do.
D" kiU Jla'kemv
25 boxes Iemon Svrup;
50 halts Cotton Yam?, assorted 10t Demiions:
sizes; 50 bbls Rectified Whisky,
25bbl Old Bourbon Whisky; 2 bblsSmith'a Old Re
50 bblsOldMtinonbalaWlitsky; Serve Whiskr;
50 boxes Pickels, l'TOsecves, AcT 10 casks French Brandy;
lo casts Port Wine; 10 do Madeira Wine;
5 halt bbls Cherry Brandy; 10 casks Gin;
10 bbls N. K. Rum; 50 boxes Claret Wine.
Together with-Te, Cordials, InJitjo, Madder and all arti
cles in thegroeerv line. Terras will be nude known on the
day of the sale. " ; jane S. 11. S. FRENCH.
VA1UALE CITYPBOPEBTr F02 SALE"
ON SATURDAY, the l"h dv of June next "ill be of
fered nt Public Sole, at the Market House, in Nashs-JIe-.
unless previously sold at private sale, the valuable block of
bouses on the erner f Cedar and Cbvrrv Streets, known
as the UNION BUILDINGS; including the Dwelling Home
occupied by F. llyionemns. This pieperly is opposite the
Post-Office; and in" 11 rapidly improving port of the city. It
now rents for over SlSooa jenr, and by a little expenditure
might be made to rent for much inure." Such ou opportuni
ty of investment in real estate new thtatre of bnsines
does not often occur. The Cnkm Buildings and Dwalling
House may be sold separately if desiieiL
Terms ef sate, $4no in esh, and the residue in equal in
stalmenta, at odc, two and three year to be secured by notes
beannr interest from (Use, with good .seeuritr, and a leui
en the uuhI. Apply to
W. F. COOPER,
ray 19 td. No. 44, Cherry st
ON FRIDAY, the first day of July next I will sell to tho
highest bidder, alt that porti.m of personal estate of
Morgan V. Brown, dceasvd, not under mortgnge, consist,
ingin pan of Household aud Kitchen Furniture, several
valuable Pistols, a double-barrel Sttalgan, a cirriiga end
Buggy, Ac, Ac
A 10. A portioe ofkis t1 liable IJbrarv of Books, a
Catalogue ofwltieh maybe see l al hit eMicr.
The lenusofsate wilt be a credit of six months on alt
sums above fen dollars. Notes with seearity being r-'qu'ircd
before Ihe delivery of the property.
The Sale will take(4aee in the fbrenoon at lus late resi
dence on Ilieh Street in tbeUMinul'Naithviil..
T. B. CHILDRESS,
EAIID FOR SALE.
Tirtne of a deeree of the Cotinty Court of PaTidscn
mnntv nilcreil at the Mav Term. I will offe
ror sale, at' the Court House in Nashville, on SATURDA
the 2nd iter of July next, about 4 aerai of Land, situated
on tlieNortliside of Cumberland nver. about 12 miles from
Nashville, and on the head waters of White's Creek. Said
Land belongs to thu K4ate of John Newtarvd deceased, and
is sold to pav the debts the of Estate.
Teejcs or"S.u.E. A credit of six months wilt be given,
and notes with good security required, and a lien retained
upon the land until the mosey is paid,
'mayltf-iltrtd F.ltCllHATH ' U k
BY virtue of a Deed of Tnt executed to theurKlersigned
we will cxpoe to sale at public aKction, f.trcasb, at th
court house door in the town of Li Fayette, Macon county
Tenn., on Monday, the 2oth day of July next the following
valuable real estate towit : One tract of land containing
I0y, acres, bin one mile North east of La iarette. Said
1 land has on it a good two story dwelling; kitchen and other
' out bouses 1 all new1! and or ) acres fresh cleared land
of good quality, the remainder in woodbind, and, .fanyojds,
I the. best spring in Macon county.
ALSO Another tract of land containing "j' acres ot
' wood land, lying north of and ii sight of La Fave'.te.
I ALSO The equitable interest jf Jno. S. Vaughsa, in ami
1 to the lot No 7 tnd lot No. adjoining tlie same. Whereon
the Stone Dwelling House nod garden, out houses, Ac, cf
John S. Vaughaii are situated. Said trust deed is made by
sail I Vaughn to secure certain creditors therein named.
Sale positive and without reserve. s
DANIEL I). CLAIBORNE, . ,
juneD-td JAMES II. VAU01IA.V. j imsUt
RA3IACE AND CHURCH
Wholesale and Hstail Dealers in Boot, Shoes, Trunks,
Vallises and Carpet Bags.
A.42, G&yeStre.t, XtuAriUe, T tnesse.
ARE constantly receiying direct from the best Eastern
Manufactories, a great variety of Louies and Oiii -tnen's
J!eU al Mors, of the lait StgL, suitable fin
either Vitifor Country Trade, which are offered rvrj Utt by
the paebtjfe, d.ue, or single pair. Country Merchants anJ
all ijer are invited to examine onr Sttick before purchas-
ing. imarciU-Jl naaiAUK l ULULI1.
rT, ti a vrr.r.i'lJM v lt. !.,
1 j 1 vr - t. i i.ti.
7Tr v't l-(TIIV1 'ril!VKs; VAtir-SV.n.l Si 1 ke V
fci.i- t "iV ti'iri
every quality and at prices
fSTLadies' LARGE TRUNKS, wilh BONNET B0XE3
inside a few left Very couvinient lbr packing,
inayeo RAM AGE A CUTRCn.
"XT -3s-Rokro:axs,c i.VLF, IU. , WELTED
IN AND PUMPSOLED BOOTS AND BROGANS, for
country trade. A heavy stoefc at low prices', just opened by
mayso RAMAGE A ClIURrH, l2Coniet
raaiagk & tiiincii,
Wholesale and Retail Ecot and Shoe Dealers,
43, COLLEtiE STREET.
ENTS SUPERFINE DRESS GAITERS,
SHOES AND BOOTS. e respectfully call atten-
;,... ir, rif F..n..r.-iJ I 'loth nOtl 1'. Lv tJlLrM-
(with Kid Toiw and Walking and Urea shoes, of the la
test styles and superior make. Just opened aud for sale
verycheap maySO RALU)E A CHURCU.
I' 'yOYS LASTINC; GAITERS :
) Gents extra large do;
" Giiat Nulliflers;
" Best French Calf Pump Boots; s
" " " Stiteh'd ihe
loulies Super. Light Cloth ( olnin) Gaitere;
' " (froet Uee) de;
Misses and ChiUre&s " do;
.VLSO. A large lot of Sole-Leather and other tine and
cheap Trunks. Just received bv
mavis 'RAMAGE A CHURCH.
THE undersigned would respectfully in- rn--Xi5vTOj.
form their friends and the public that y-sys-5
they have token the old stsud of C T. atson. No. '.4,
Deaderick st., where they intend to carry on COACH. MAK
ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly cn rjtad
an Vssnrtmratof Carriages, wliicii we will diipovfTou
reasonable terms. Carriage of every descripttcti mad to
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
Ihe public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
Work, entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the but
workmanship and materials.
p3-BLACKSiUTIIINO.-EverT description orBLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed ia the best manner on liberal
terms. . . .
jgj-HORSE SHOEING. We have in onr employ expert
enced 1I0RSESHOERS, and the public may rel yoa gri t;r
their horses shod in the neatest manner. AllworVrrt xt m
toourcarc will be under tbe immediate snpennfild.
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to pre sat
isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit from the poblf ca
ll bend share of their patronage,
feb 2 ly CRAM A SHEPHERD
EJIOVAL. Drs. FORD A McCblillsTiafeTTed
to the office. No. 15, Sonth Summer Street, adjoining
the residence of Dr. Ford. mr 25 lw.
EXUINE SCHE1DA.11 SCllNAI'S. W bavv
a' few dozen of tlUfinif Lienor. For sals at a low
price at LYONS A CO,
nyl3 Jfo. 19, Ccilsxtreet.t
I WILL sell on TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY. Jnna
. Vr. ,ls,b- verv large stock ofSTAPIXacd
FACYDR GOODS, received br tite arriTals.
1 invite ttie attention of
' 1 ;i.V5? itA',lr'a '"tsa tJOOUS, and GENTLEJIA53
UlcUmXi. V1'' -e7,upenor,ull,3r' from the Facto
, .. i" 1 f i" IP6 I"'lvt Slates, and great variety ot FrenchErit-'
Lotions. 11 Twin nviuimmMl
I " tV" "