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7v ".T"7irji!I5? "-oscripuons at me .ruiesii3
li - k .--.--pimu oeregaraea. as payments.
" b; oattiay's iiuiiaing; flew xoac.
r Tribune Building ; rniLABairau jf. W. earner Tkird and
- Chestnut streets.
- V-r,"n & Monroe, General Newspaper Agents.
"Lit, - Vanl--rFttitori2ed-iU-&r-Uie Nash-
tjuc umou in Cincinnati,
SC 3I..Canrol(, " oc authorized -egent forlhe eifv
oTManphis. Uetanbc fwad atte4,..Q,in thatcitv. -
rSATUniAY -aOKKiyCyJDLy 2, 1 853- .
Mt-ypros July I. A. B. Taylor is re-elected Mayor by 55
Thermometer. -5 o'clocK'TO 9.
o'clock 92 o'clock 93. "
o'clock 83 1
u.o iuueeteu to Jicasrs -UERttr t Uo. lor the
July.nuEber .of PyT.M'3 Monthly.
,, ' .'OTlie friends, of the late Huon wm'Gav-.
wOCk, arc invited to attend Ms funeral to -morrow,
Saturday Evening Btii o'clock from his resilence.
.Divine service by Dr. V; II. "WriAnTo.T.
Hot Weather. It may' besome consolation
, ,,t o.our readers, .fainting under the excessive heats
. of the present days and nights, to know that it i
equally hpt ;elspwhere. AV Cincinnati, during the
last weekthe thrn.omefef ranged from 83 to 100
ia the'shade. AtWheeling.itroseto&SfatPitts
burg to 90, and at Boston to 08 degrees. In Phil
adelphir, at noon on Tjiesduy, it stood at 96., In
Xe York on the same day, the thermometer was
En to 90. At HnrrUhnrrr P." nn "Sinn Hat- mil
9' . -
Tuesday, the thermometer ranged from 95 to 98
d.-grees. At Hagerstown, MJ. on Monday, the
thermometer ranged from 90 to 99, and at Frede
rick, Md. from 95 to 100 degrees. In New York,
on Thursday, there were no less than 37 sudden
deaths reported at the Coroner's office, of which 15
died from-the overpowering' heat. At Philadel
phia on the same day, the Coroner held twelve is
quests, most of them ciusedby the excessive heat.
At Baltimore, on thesame day,six deaths occurred
from drinking cold water.
OiT'A day or two since we chronicled the fact
of tne arrest of Mr. Billingsley,. charged with
swindling Messrs. llcCrea & Terrass, grocers in
Nashville. We wew then under the impression
that it was a clear case of swindling But we
Have met with gentlemen from Middle Tennes
see, who have been intimately acquainted with
Mr. Billingsley fnm hin boyhood. They tell us.
that he is an honorable man, that he has always
stood fair in Wilson county; and that he was at one
time depuiy sheriff of that count. Without any
solicitation on our own impulse we write this
paragraph to correct any injurious effect our pre
vious notice of the arrest might have had against
Mr. Billingsley. Memphis Eagle, and Enquirer.
The Eagle and Enquirer has an incorrect ver
sion of the story. Public opinion where the facts
are kno-n fully sustains Messrs. McCkea &Ter
' KAes. Bir.UKGPr.Er escaped from the sheriff at
-Memphis without standing trial, and we hear very
bad reports of the manner of his leaving Wilson
Rcfsia and Tprkxv. The last -news from Tur
key indicates still more pointedly a war with Rus
sia. The Csar is said to havo scut a messenger
from SL Petersburgh with no discretionary pow
.crs, to demand tliat tho Porte shall, within eight
J i ir i ?i.Tr t i i ji
the consequences, lie ras also appointed Prince
GortshadkofT, commander in chief in Bcscrabia.
.Letters from the capital say that the Emperors
" course 1sgenerally approved as might lxave been
. expected. A Russian force of one hundred and
twenty thousand men hangson the Moldavian fron-
Meautirce, the Porte is gallantly preparing for
defence. lie hz3 given orders to Namek Pacha,
ormcrly governor of Arabia, to attack the Russians
with his forty thousand men, if they attempt to
cross the river Prutk Porty thousand Egyptians,
with the Egyptian fleet of twelve vessels, were
daily expected to arrive at Constantinople. The
Governor of Therregomic offers to raise two hun
dred thouand Albanians, and march them to any
point. The arming of the fleet was progressing
with vigor, and all the spare labor in Constantino
ple was employed in conveying ammunition to the
fbrts. , The present entire Ottoman force numbers
1.30,000 regulars, and there is in all 449,000 land
forccslwitha fleet of 1500 guns, besides six steam
ships and twenty-two smaller crafts.
It is said that the Porte has addressed?, note to
the Great Powers, defending his course and offer
ing to make certain concessions to the Christians,
?o as to remove all just ground of complaint.
There is yet a slight prospect of peace. Austria
offers to mediate so that tho Czar may have some
apology for retreating from his unjust demands.
The Monikur, the leading french journal, after an
nouncing that the English and French fleets are
permanently offered in aid of the Porte, believes
that ell will yet be amicably adjusted.
A few more days will settle the great problem.
The first Magnetic Telegraph in California
was, at our Ia5t dates, in cwurse of construction
from Sacramento to Nevada, via Auburn. The
wire has also arrived ct San Francisco for the
main telegraphic line from that city to Miry srille,
via San Jose, S:ockton, and Sacramento.
Toe President has entirely recovered from his
recent indisposition. He called on Thursday, in
his carriage wi h his secretary, Mr. Sidney Web
ster, for S r Chas. Lyell, the eminent English ge
ologist, who is stopping at the National Hotel, and
visited, with him.tht! prominent points of interest
In ihe Cinnecticut House of Representatives,
on Wcdnesdny, the report of the committee on
African colon ztiion, recommending the passage
of a resolution appropriating Sl.OOOto aid in the
rcitioval of culored person to Africa wa3 rejected,
and the resolution negatived. Vote not stated.
The Philadelphia papers state that the report
of Messrs. Campbell, Page and 01ratead, audi
tors appointed to settle all accounts of the trustee
uf the Rank of the United Slates, has been con
firmed and distribution ordered.
The Supreme Court of Louisiana has decided
that the act of the Legislature authorizing the po
lice juries and municipal corporations of the State
to impose taxes for subscriptions to the stock of
corporations undertaking works of internal im
provement is constitutional.
From the Indian Froxtikr. A letter from Ma
jor John C. Henshaw, of the United States army,
dated at Fort Arbucklc, on the 15th of May. says
that the report of an attack on Fort Arbuckle is
untrue. There had not been even the semblance of
a hostile feeling shown by any of the tribes that
habitually visited the fort since its establishment.
Fci.l Coffers. The Sub Treasury in New York,
the Express says, is now fuller than it ever was be
fore, running up to eight millions. Unless the gov
ernment makes a great sacrifice in buying up the
national debt, the surplus revenue will run over
$29,000,000 when Congress re-assembles.
"We wb-h," says the Presbyterian Quarterly Re
view, "that Mr. Dickcii3 could be persuaded for
oncp. if only for the sake of variety and truth to
nature, to become acquainted with one decent min
ister of any denomination and give his portrait as
an'offset to the disgusting hypocrites he delights
to paint. Is there no such tiling a an honest man
in England preaching the GospeL"
It is not easv to tret information eonecrnint: the
island of Cuba: "for," says a letter writer, "the old I
Spaniards arc very chary of communicating any
thing at all, and the Creoles communicate notb:ncr
but news unfavorable to Spain. Th-ir hostility to
the government is so sharp, that it acts like a mor
dant, biting in the darkest shades of every picture
they present to you. The newspapers publish nolh
ing of any importance.'"
Such is the poverty of the common people of Cey
lon, that for weeks after tha fields are harvested,
;ioor women may be seen with a little brootn or
5rush, sweeping and searching among tho stubble
for the single kernels of rice which have fallen
while the grain was reaped. These each one picks
up, generally kernel by kernel, and in the course of
the day may glean enough to tome to three or four
cents when soli
The commencement exercises of Ih's institution closed oa
i Thursday nifrat with XhS feodmg- of fcVcssryffbyTfie prati
caung- class, and musical performances by the class ,
vnargeor Jlr. Diesroas.- Jhe muaii.vro-learD, vrns unasa-Jt
j?d, and elicited the Trarma.t admlrafiOTtcf-liic larpsfj
audience -present. The following is a hit o-th griduafdir,
'wjtattiesufij'ec&of tljefr essays.:. . L."7
"lliss IlartietTJnrin, JTftshVille, Teon. "Salutatory ATI
dress." Jliss AflaMifcbeH, Mnrfreesborp Tenri; Subject "IiC
flqeDCepfthcJVbrto Fair."'. - . - o
L 3H JJcttieWngbt, Kashrille, Tenn.-KamelesstJraveEi
TSIisslffilolirphcriJ,. Noth CII-'ngpr, God"
In Freach. i . - r
Miss Mary Bobertsoa, Wil!iam'hco: "Erscas." Ex
cased' from reading.
MissKIualthVToSls, J'as!.TilIr, Tcnn. "Disappointed
Miss Ada Uord, Hutlierford county, Tenn. "VaWic
tary"' The Female College is coalinuallyraininrj rroundin our
community as an crccllentr.nd tliorongh institulion under
me jamc cus management oitspnne:pal, Dr. Lapsle, and
bbs excellent nssis'uuiUr
Died, In this city, on Friday morning, July 1st,
Sarah S., infant daughter of Walter "and Eliza
beth II. Rocewood, deceased, aged, 7 years.
The friends End acquaintance of the family are
invited to attend her funeral this morning at'8 o'
clock, from 4he residence of Mr. Hamage, on
LOOK TO YOril IXTEUKST !-A. SAD
tiUUSCS Clothing Munafjctory, necr the. Squr.re,
42 Market str-xt, Najliville, has n Ure lasortnicnt of Kea
dt Made Clotkino, &c., kept up by ceustsnt daily macu
facturinp, under bis' own siiDerrision. None but .sound
goods aro made up, and he warrants all bi selli, jCnstcm;
erscan rely on getting goed3 at accommodating prices.
FAKM FOB BAliL
IVISII to sell the Farm on which 1 now reside, 8 miles
from Nashville, on the middle Franklin Tnrnnike, cod
containing IW ecres, about equally flirided into timber and.
cleared land. There is everything on it lo render It desira
ble as acouclry residence, such as a great variety of fruit,
au abundance of soring and well water, grass, &e. If de
aired it will be divided into small porlions.
For terras, &c, applv lo Jons Ki&emax or to
juncSO dAwtf. " V. n. GALE.
w. K. rKEKIX?.
w. r.. (Javpbkll.
s. r. walkub
COMUI&SIOX MEHCRAKTS, IrTir OELEAXS.
"COPARTNERSHIP. NOTICE.-W. B. CAMP-
I 1 iter r
of Tenncss'.-e, having purchased the entire in-
terestotW. & Pickett ot the bouse of Pickett, Perkins &
Co Uie business will be continued bv Vt'm. M. Perkins.
Samuel P. Walker and Win. B. Campbell, under the style
of Perkins, Campbell & Co., who will use the name or
Pickett, Perkins & Co. in liquidation only. :
W. S. rlUIiETT,
WM. M. PERKINS, "
SAMUEL I". WALK3E,
WM. li. CAMPBELL.
NEwOotEANS, April 11, 183?. Beferring to the above
announcement from which it will be seen that the only
change is the substitution cf W. B. Campbell for Mr.
I-ickett, we respectfully tender to you our semcesss General
Commission Merchants, cfthis city.
april SO FEBKINS, CAMPBELL, & CO.
j. n. CURUEY,
Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
y uuun.pecmu.yju.criniiij n rods fSSFSl?
rnm t . r . 1 1 . ' - -1 1 t' i .
keeps a full assortment of Furniture orxQa
hand, consistinc: of B ireaus. Ward-robes. Bcdsieads. Side
boards, Clmirs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Sbowcr-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and ou very reasonable terms, with despatch.
Mattrusses of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept constantly ou band.
Undertaking llariui? just received from New Torka
lot of the air-tight and air exansted Metalic Cofnns, al
orders for Ccfl.ns can be filled in very short notice, from
the Plain Servants' to the fine Metalic or Covered, and ou
very reasonable terms; together with ercrj thing necessaiy
AU orders left at my store cn College street, No. 23, oppo
site the" Sewr.nee House, will be punctually attended to
both nifit and day. J. Ii. CUB. BEY.
N. B. Shaving, Dressing and Laying out Corns, attend
ed to when desired. docs ' J. H. C.
TO DRY GOODS MERCHANTS.
T HOUSTON A BERNAB D, No. ?, Union street, Ncshvilla.
havejust received on consignment, a large lot of Irish
Linens, direct from Ireland, which they will sell to Mer
chants by the piece or case, to uit customer. Buyers will
do well to call tud examine (hem, as we will sell them at
cost, 10 per cent less than Eastern prices, tor cash.
juceir, THUKSTOX A BERNARD.
Murfree.-boro' News and Clarksvillee .TefTersouian copy
three times, and send to this c Hce for settlement.
I70R. SALE. Two One thorough-bred three year old
. Colts, in hue condition, to be trained this fall and now
in walking exercise at the Nashville Course. Also, two coed
and thorough-bred two year olds. W. G. UARDIXU.
juneib tnrlin n w
LAND FOR SALE.
BY virlce of a decree of the County Court cf Davidson
ccuntv. rendered at the Mav Term, 1653, I will offer
lor sale, ot the Court Houc in Nashville, on SATURDAY
is iold to pav the debts the of Estate.
i EiiMs orftALC A credit ot six months will be civen.
and notes with good security required, and a lien retained
upon tne land until the money is paid.
maylS dtrtd F.R.CHEAT1IA ! 1 k.
aHAIIAJIBKEAD. Graham Bread for dispep
tics.cau be had every other day at
myi It. k J. NIXON'S.
ICE. NORTHERN" LAKE ICE. The subscribers will
be ready to deliver on and after Monday, the 16th of May,
1333, at 2 cents per pound.
Ice Tickets may be liad at the Drag Store cf II. G. Scc
veL and at the Ice Depot, rear of John Sloan's Stable.
tS Ice Depot office open at all hours, day and night,
inaylg 2m. SHELBY A BALDWIN.
OR THE LADIES. Silk Tissues, Plain and Em
broidered, can be bought cheap at the I hiiadelphi.i
june7 SOH.V ft IHLLMAN.
BEKAGES. A great variety of Figured and Plain
Iterages are oflircd at reduced prices at the Philadel
phia Siora jnno7 SOdN t IHLLMAN.
A rUSLINS and JaecneU tor Dresses, of even- descrip
i.iJL tien can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia
Store jupc7 SPUN & IHLLMAN.
BONNETS at very low prices are now offered at the
Philadelphia Stcre. jnne7 SOH.V & IHLLMAN.
A-7-EKV CHEAP FOR CASH Wall Papers from
10 to 23 cenls per lolt. Fine Glared Paper, 80 to 60
cent? per bolt.
Every variety for Parlors, Chambers, Halls, Dining Rooms,
A, kept coa'tantly on Land and for f alo very cheap lor
cash, by W.W. FISN.
mayl4 41, Market st, between Union and tho Square.
A NOTIIER NEW
AUKIVAL. Just received
XV per Steamer Ibrlford, 85,UU Pieces
Borders, Fire-Screens and Window Paper.
W. W. FINN.
may! 2 41, Market st, between Union and the Square.
YlfAM'ED.-A fe' thousand bushels 1'
V V which we will give the highest market price,
liEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
IGAKS. 10 cases La N'a el -on Regalia Cignrs.
ft " l& I re 34 nas " "
10 " Wandi jdt ew " "
For sale, hr miv1 "V. I. fi'WWV A rn.
JOHN SULLIVAN Ac SiVs,
COMMISSION MEBCHAN'. S VND AGENTS
For tho Sale of Leaf Tobacco, t ct on, Provisions, and
.Western Produce Generally,
REFEnrc.CE? Dr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq,
Messrs. Johnson A Home, Na-ihville, Tenn. jnne 1 Smtw
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOUIS
FLO UR. I have just received a hundred barrels
superfine flour, cbo ice brand
pril22 SAMUEL SEAT.
ISSOLUTION The Firm of SNOW, MAC KEN-
ZIE CO., being dissolved by the death of Anthony
J. Snow, all persons having claims again3t the late Firm,
will please present them for settlement, and all indebted
are requested to make immediate payment.
junel2, 1F53. . Surviving parti-cr.
-VTEW riRIff -In compliance wilh the will of tho
1 late A. J. Snow, a Copartnership has been formed by
MRS. CATHERINE SNOW & ALEXANDER MACKEN
ZIE, who will continue the Stove and Tin-Ware busi
ness, at the old stand under the same stylo as the old firm,
viz: SN'O W, MACKENZIE , CO.
Nashville, June 12. 1S33. ALEX. MACKENZIE.
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Ofiee on Oiiarrtnocr tit Mutual Prelection Offices.)
(ABSTRACT OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS TO MAT 1ST. l5o3.)
AseK Mav 1st. 132.
Premiums for the yenrending, Mar 1st. '
lutcrc-t on Iwns, kc.
Guarantee Stock, ndditioujl to above. . ,
. BT.SCi 50
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums. Ac,
to Jlny 1st.
Capital Mav 1st,
1BW S35S.319 70
The rapidly accumulating Cjpital of this Company is tho
h.t giur-ntce of il entile reli biliir. Rike taken on the
mot moderate lenns, ami los.es aiijusica ano mei nere.
JU1IN G. FERGDSON, Agent.
Ncshville, Mra2S 1?5S If
MUSLINS, LAWNS, BAREGES.
JOHN K. HOIK has instwe an excellent assort
mectpr Mnlin. I,avnand Dress Goods, gen
erally, which will be seld remarkdbly low. As his policy is
never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of
course, extra bargains may be expected. A few Lawns and
Muslins left, at 10at2V; cts per yard. June 5
GEO. DABNKY WOOTO.V would very re-
snectfully inform the citizens of Nashville that he
wHhes lo serve them in the capacity of Clerk, Accountant,
Salesman, Balancing Books, making'Settlements, Collecting,
Ac., Ac, having much experience. References and creden
tials given if desired. Address him through the Po?t Of
fice, or applv al the Union nud American otfioa. on Dead
rick elivCi, so. Hi juae2? ti"
the 2nd day cf July next, about 40 seres of Land, situated f i,.,j ii5.h:i,;j, a'-c ' .i t:. r,j-;
.1, v...iv,.: rn i.ik -i r i biatca 1'atcut shirts, tociis and lies 01 every cescnp-
l Uon Purchasers, rill find the stock well worutheiraT-
Land bekws to the Estate of John Newland deceased, and 1 june-im.
. -r - I.IST OF. YESSEIS,
.tJieared, Sailed and Up lor caaiisswaT'
VfX COAST WIS E PO KTS1. " . -
" Kcw Orleans. .
Brig Tnrtar.Sbcer , . . . . . . . . ,cld June IS
Kcbr.- Mai'Tlmlrl'ortreU, ...r.... c!T .Tone 14
Scbr. E. dbldsborou?b.: Stephens up -1
A Sclir. Jafa3, Billups..; up. 17
Scbr. T. Alston, Headland up 21
SclirTriJcn, llronn.... eld 3
Schr. Tra Brewster, Williams. r..r,....t,,;...AUp".-. 10
Schr. X.Joqcs, lIammond.i..., r..-.eldv IS
Schr. Vincent Barkelcir, Kittridge.-.i. ..'li.Vinpi 16
Schr. Leesburg K ay lor,.... ; ;..v.Cld 18-
Schr. J.' II. Holae IdffS ....up" 22
Ship Columbia, Sf urges...-.; eld Juno 20
Brig Alfred Ep.ll, Goldcr. j. ....... .'eld ' IS
Schr. D. B. Warner, Harmon...., ?....up '13
Old Blip Marrarcthe. Bvfcr ..c'd 17
Ship Austria, Te.isier.j. ,cld 10
Barque Carolina. Sherwood. .........v;..-... no 20
Hhip Amelia, McKeuiie . ..eld 2
Biijr Clinton, Walker ;.' ...."P 2
Ship Catharine, Setier. -. . . up 3
Boston. . j.' .
Brie Ma'amora, Rocers eld Si
Barquo Velocity, ltydcr .up
NEWORLCANS, June 1. Arr. ships Empire City, (s)
Windle. New York via Havana: Erncslinp. Frerioa.."Bre-
nlen; Lisbon, Curtis, Liverpool; Oen. Berry, Scivy, Ciirdifl',
tvaies; Licmuci uver, ttmiams, jiavrp; uarques asjiih
Wolfe, Philadelphia; Nathaniel Iloopcr, Ilaincs, New. York
THE OCEAN" STEAMERS.
Sailing Days to and From the United States.
PACIFIC, (Am) Liverpool, June I, for New York!
ASlA,(Brl LiTerpool, June 4, for. New York.
HCMBOLDT, (Am) Havre, June 6, for New York.
CITY OF GLASGOW, (Br) Liverpool, June
-8, for . Philadelphia.
iiAifAKA,(urj Liverpool, June 11, lor lioston.
iBALTIC, (Am) Liverpool, June IS, for New York.
AFRICA, (Br) Liverpool, June 1R, for ;New York.
HERMAN, (Am) South'on, June 22, for Now York.
AMERICA, (Ur) LiverpoolJune 23, for Boston.
ATLANTIC, (Am) Liverpool, June iV, for.... New Vcrk
FRANKLIN, (Am) Havre. July 6, for New York.
ALPS, (Br.) Liverpool, July C, for Boston.
CITY OF MANCHESTER, (Br) Liver
pool, Jim- c, lor
ARCna fAm) Liverpool. Julr 18. for.
WASHINGTON (Am Liverpool, July 20, for.
BALTIC, fAm) Liverpool, Julv27, for New York.
I-ROM THE UNITED STATES.
ARABIA, (Br) New York, June 15, for Liverpool.
WASHINGTON, (Am) June 18, for. ...... .Southampton.
CANADA, (Br) lioston, June 2, for Liverpool.
ARCTIC, (Am) New York, June 23, for LivcrpcoL
ASIA, (Ur.) New York, June 29, for ....LivrrpooL
HCMBOLDT, (Am) New York, July 2. lor Havre.
CITY OF GLASGOW, (Br) New York, July 6,
NIAGARA, (Br) Bostou, July 6, for Liverpool.
BALTIC, (Am) New York, July P, for , .Liverpool.
AFRICA, (Br) New Tork, July 18. for Liverpool.
HERMANN, (Am) New York, July 1C. for... Southampton.
GLASGOW, (Br) New York, July 10, for Glasgow.
AMERICA, (Br) Bos'on, July 20, for Liverpool.
ATLANTIC. (Am) New York, Julv 23, for J.iverporl.
FRANKLIN, (Am) New York. July pn,f(,r Liverpool
ENCYCLOPEDIA. OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE;
Or, Dictionary of the Bib-., Theology, Religious Biography,
All Religions, Ecclesiastical History and Missions.
Containing definitions of all religious terms; an impartial
account of the principal christian denominations that lave
cnsled ia the world from the biith of Christ to the present
day, with their Doctrines, ReligiousRites and Ceremonies,
as well a3 those of the Jews, Mahoinedans, and Heathen
Nations; together with manners and customs of the East, il
lustrative of the Holy Scriptures, with a description ot the
various Missionary Stations throughout the Globo, just
published. Forsaleby jun!4 JOHN YORK & CO.
A Picbytcrian Clergyman Looking tor the Church.
The followers of Chriit. By Thos. A. Kcmpis;
Tales of the Sacrament;
The Lives of the Fathers of the Deccri ;
The Elevaiion of the Soul to God ;
The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary;
Tho Spirit of Prayer; A Manual of Catholic De vc ticG;
The Key to Heaven; or, a Manual of Praj cr;
The Golden Manual; or, a Guide to Catholic Devotion;
Tho Ursulms Manual, revised edition.
Forsaleby junU JOHN YORK & CO.
Webster's Speeches, complete in fix volumes;
Clay'j Life and Speeches;
Life and Letfers of Joseph Story.
Prescott's Conquest of Mexico;
ProscoU's Conquest of Peru;
Prescott's Ferdinand and Isabella;
Frescott's Critical and Miscellaneous Essays;
Bancroft's History of the United States;
Webster's Octavo and Quarto Dictionaries. For sale by
junU JOHN YORK ACQ
JOHN M. DAVIE3, JONES &C0.
10-1 an,l 10G IVtlluim St., cor. Join, Kno Tori,
IMPORTERS of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Hosiery,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Scarfs, Ac, selected In
France, England and Germany, by one of the firm resident
in Europe, w hich ensures to purchasers the newest and most
ittnimey's Reaper and
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby and L. I. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several times-, I am satisfied of its great utility. As
the season is adrimcing, 1 now offer those 1 have on band for
f 200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
june2?, 183.1. Nashville, Tcnn.
Nashville, JaneS, 1653.
Col. L. P. Cheatham: Dear .Sir; I have been using
the " RcapiDg and Mowin- Machine" paten entcd by JIanney
of Illinois, nhich you are now offering to the citizens ofTen
nessce. Itis a first rate labor savtxo Machine. Itworks
neatlt and iiAPiDLr. The amount cut per dty -rill depend
principally upon the speed of the team. If'the team can
travel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres
in ten hours It is entitled to the confidence of the public.
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make tho following statement: Wc have had for more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping
machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and I nowstate that it mows and cnts cleaner than the
sytbe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day.
june2fl-tAw. I- F. BRADLEY.
TO PREVENT NERVOUS HEADACHE AND PREMA
TURE LOSS OF HALE.
WEAR WATERFIELD & WALKER'S White Cassi
mere Hats, or their light ventilated Rocky Moun
tain Beavers. Tl cy arc the most pleasant Hat for Summer
wear ever introdreed -of superior finish and elegant de
sign. They have a line assortment of them at prices ran
ging from if-3 50 to 6 00.
" Onr French Moleskin Hats Still continue to be
the leading hats of I he season. Tosuitthe weather wc aie
making them very light and clastic By the aid (.four tVo
nicmtUr we are daily producing Hat s to suit every size and
shape of head. Those who wish a Hat made to order
should call at WATERFIELD & WALKER'S.
UjiMER HATS CHEAP ! We shall sell the
balance of ourlarge stock of Summer Hats at reduced
prices, they consist of Panama, Leghorn, Campeacltey, and
every variety of Straw. Those who want summer bats
should call, as we intend to clean them all out by the close
of the seism. WATERFIELD A WALKER,
junelT City Hat Store, West side the Square.
1) ICH AND CHElOiin"ODS AT NICHOL'S
LL CORNER I have on band a beautiful assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods, which will be sold at very reduced
prices, as the season is advancing. Great bargains may be
czpected. Call soon.
Muslins and Lawns from Sc. 10c 12c and 13c, and a fine
assortment of Bcragcs of all styles, Silk Tissues Evening
Dresses, Ac, Ac. Also a good assortment of JItisquito Ncf
tingsT JAMES NICHOL,
junl7 No. 13, Cor. Square and Maikctst.
mRlJNKS. TIM 'NILS. We have in
I store a few extra French Sole Leather
24 Solo Leather, S'cel Springs;
, 2? " " " "
30 " " '' "
00 it tl
34 " "
" " For Ladies, and Gcnl'm.
store, 58 College street, near the
T) ATENT SHOULDER SEAMED SHIRTS.
J. Wc are in -eceipt per S. B. Shylock. another.invoico
of this justlycelcbmted makcof Shirts making our assort
ment complete. Among which may be found.
Fine Linen with standing and Byron Collcrs;
" Muslin " " "
" " Wove Bosoms:
" Full Cambric Bosoms;
20 doz Boy's Shirts;
Any of which j-jb warrant to fit
X. 'B- To Uioso wlio prefer having their Shirts made to
ord'r, we would say that oue of our firm will visit Ihe Noith
early in July, and wc would tak'om'nch pleasure in having
,K;;r'" filled. MYERS & McGILL.
i Gents' Furnishing Store, 5G Cellege street, near the Square.
DISSOLUTION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
isung under the style of CART WRIGHT A- ARM
STRONG, is this day dissolved by mutual consent JI. L.
Cartwright having purchased the Books and Stock of tho
late Brm, will coutinue tho Drag business at the old stand,
on the corner of Broad and Market streets, and mot re
spectfully solicits a continuance ofpatronage from the cus
tomers dr the old firm ar.d the public generally.
jnne 22. 185S lm.
ItCH. 250 Boies Pearl Starch a superior artl
for sale by maylS W. H..G0RD0N CO.
TOON t & RUTLAND.
TOOir & EUTLAHD.
Iso. ii, Cvnfl Strut., Xl-ekviUc. -
HISTORY OF THE INDIAN JElBESof North America,"
with Biographical Sketcheiahd Anecdotes of the Drier.
pie Chiefs, Embellislie3 with one hundred cad twentc."
portraiUirom the Indian adlleryin thaDepartment;
ar at Washington, to wtuch Is added .a map of
locanon oi Uie vanous irsocs. i-ncc 51 85; p folio vols.
DANIEL VEBSTER'S Works, G vols. s & "
LORD BACON'S Works, 8 vols. A rew supply just
McCAULKTS Miscellanies, 6 vols, half calf,'' J '
JENNEDVS Life and'gpeccbcs of Wjt. Wist. 2 vols i
POPULAR EDUCATION, For the use cf Parents and
Teachers, and,foryouiigperscns of both sexes, ByIra May-
tew, A M, late superintendent or Public Instruction, JI ich
MARGARET CECIL; or "I can, because T ought' By
Cousin Kite, author cf "Setsboai itatonce," etc.
A LADY'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; A selected
Translation from the German of IDA PFEIFFER.
MY NOVEL; or, Varieties in Engh'sh'L:fet By sir E
Bulwer Litton. . "
NAP. OLEON IN EXILE ;cr, a voice from Stl Helena.
The opinions and reflections of NAPOLEON, wlhe most
important events ialiis life and government, in 'his own
words, By B K O'Mejra, his late surgeon, ' " V
HOME IS nOME, A Domestic Story.
GREENWOOD LEAVES; A collection cf Sketches and
Letters, By Grace.Grccawood, Istand 2ndSerics.
RAMSEY'S AlfNALS OF TENNESSEE.
TOON & RUTLAND have just received
THE HISTORY OF TENNESSEE to the berinningof
uiciiiueieeuui vemury. i(yj. O. M. Ramsey, Jl
u, ot Anoxvuie. june!5
GROCERIES, &c., &c.
x-r j -
00 baes Rio Coffee:
!0 do Lac der
io tarreu iHoiisses;
fO H do;
100 Packages cf Mackerel
in barrels half barrels
quarter and kits:
10 Kits No. 1 Salmor;
20 boxes Scotch Herrings;
100 do Sardines;
200 Cannisters Lobsters;
120 boxes, bxs, and i
bx3L R. Raisins;
4 TIer.-es Rice;
3 Casks Zante Current;;
10 barrels S S Almonds;
6 do Pecan Nuts;
2 do Cream Nuts;
2 do Eng. Walnuts:
10 Casks S Car Soda;
20 bjgs Black Pepper;
SO barrels Loaf Sugar;
10 boxes D.R do;
10 barrels Crushed do;
10 do Powdered Sugar,
1V!0 do Clarified dO;
00 boxes Stearine Candles
SO do Star do;
?0 do Starch;
60 do Soap;
5 casks extra cured dried
barrels Cider Viregar;
200 kegs Nails, oU sizes
CO boxes Chewing Tobacc,
10 boxes best Smoking To
bacco; 60 Chests and holes Green
and Black Teas;
5 hairs Alsnice:
With numerous other articles in tho grocery line, and for
m!Alni.r.. ...1. 1
(.in Am waiiwgu'.'u prp.r uv
FINE BRANDIES, WINES, &c, &c '
20J pipes pure Braudy,.differcnt brands;
4 do superior do, old; . . i
0 baskets Champagne different brands;
5 quarter casks Madeira Wine, old and fine;
20 do do do:
;i uu sunenor go oia:
4 do Sherry do finis
5 do fine Pert do;
20 do good do do:
10 bbls Pure S M Wine; - -,.,
E casks Jamaica Rum;
10 boxes assorted Cordials;
25 do Claret Wines;
C do CuracoaAbsynlheMaraschina;
100,000 Impoi ted Havana Cigars;
50,000 Domestic Cigars; for sale by,
lec3 E. S. CHEATHAJl A- CO.
DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 500 bblsrect'd Whisky;
100 bbls D. Distilled Whiky, superior;
lu do old Rye Whisky, Pure;
60 do N. V. Pale Brandy;
H. do N- E. Rum;
10 do S.M.Wine; for sale by,
dec3 E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
SUGARS. 150 hhds prime New Orleans Sugar old
130 bbls refined sugar Richland Refining;
23 dc S. R. Loaf Sugar;
20 bores D R Brcoklin Loaf Sugar;
20 bbls Crushed do do do;
20 do Powdered do do do;
Just received and for sale low for cash bv
apl E S CHEATHAM A CO.
I7LOUR! FLOUR!: Wo have in store 500 bbls
. Flour, fresh ground and warranted good.
Abo. 200 bbls St Louis Mills, 700 bbULigan Milis,
200 do Jlason's Rl River, "00 do Orcndoff's.
All choice brands, which we offer to the trade at low
rates. jan3 E S CHEHTHAM & Co.
G LASS WARE. 200 boxes Qurt, Tint, and Half Pint
SO boxe quart bottles; 50 boxes ass'd tumblers;
30 boxes jars gallon, half gallon and quart;
casks nne aecantcrs. t or sale by
E S CHEATHAM & Co.
100 bbls Tennessee D I) Whiskj;
50 " Old Monongahela do; '
fO " Old Bourbon do;
50 " OldRve do;
50 " Old Reserve do;
I0 pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
2 " Holland Gin;
10 bbls Old Maderia Wine,
20 Indian bbU Sweet Wine;
100 bbls A. L Brandy;
30 " New England Rum;
50 " AJIGin;
20 " Sweet Wine.
10 " Old Port Wine;
COboxej Brandy Clierrics;
50 " Claret Wine;
10 ': Assorted Cordials;
15 gallons Old French Brandy;
In store and for sale low by L. H. LANIER.
SUNDRIES. 100 bbls lwst Flour; 100 kegs of Nails;
1000 bbU No 1 Salt; 20 tons assorted Iron;
30 doz Painted Backets; 5 bbls Brimstone;
20neslsofTnbs; 5 " Alum;
20 ' half bushel raeasurEsjlOO TIows;
5000 lb- bar Lead; 20 bbls No S Mackerel;
200 bags Jfhot, assorted; 50 kits No ! and 2 do;
100 assorted Demijohn?; CO bbls S Almonds;
50 loxes Cuba Sixes Cigars: 01 " Large Pecans;
5o doz Bedcords and Lines;
50 bags Race Ginger;
25 bags Pepper;
50 boxes Dncd Herring;
no Uoxes l igs;
800 " Tobacco, assorted;
3 tierces Fresh Rice;
25 bbls English Soda;
50 boxes Fresh Teas:
1" boxes Stoughton's Bitters;10 " Crome's best Indigo.
20 " B Wueat Flour, ext;
Together with many other articles, which will be sold
low, by dec!4 L. II. LANIER, Market st.
HAT AND CAP STORE,
m IIANKFUL to our friends and the public in ren-
i oral, for the oatronaee thus far extended to us.
we resnectfullv solicit a continuation of the same and
invite their attention to the elegant Spring stylo of SILK
HATS, of our own matiulacrare, wnicn, m quality aua ncau
ty cannot be sumasscd by any in this city. Purchasers will
do well to examine their flats before buvingelsewhere.
LANDE, ELSBACfCA CO.,
Hat and Cap Manufacturers, Market street, Nashville,
U.ST receive! a large supply ot high mid low crown
Men's and Bov's Fur IIat, Cassimere do., Pcasido,
.Metropolitan do., w'hirh wc are enabled to sell either whole
sale orretail, on most favorable terms.
aprila LANDE. ELSBACK A CO.
UST received a well assorted stock ot STRAW UOOHS,
comprising n large variety of Panama, Leghorn, Pedals
and Palm Leaf, Ac, for Men and Boys, which will be dis
posed of at an extremely low rate.
1 april 2 LANDE. ELSBACK ACQ.
t.tte have now on baud a very fine and extensive Stock
V V of Ready made SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH
ING, cut raid made up in the latest and most approved
style, among which can be found. Costs, Pants and Vests, of
every descriptiec AH of which we can sell at satisfaoory
prices. . .
-3T"Country Merchants will find it to their interest to
call on us, as we are determined to sell at small profits.
LANDE, ELS BACK & CO.,
ap2 No. 43, Market street, Nashville, Tenn.
I FLU POWDER We have on band, and are
receiving from tho Mills, lull supplies crtbe following
descriptions of Powder.
Tennessee Rifie, in quarter, half, and whole keg Blast
ing, in kegi of 25 lbs. and barrels of 100 lbs each. Safloy
Fuse, in quantities to suit the purchasers.
Our powder is manufactured in Davidson county, and
warranted equal to any in the market
Orders shall have prompt attention.
CUEATUAM, WATSON k CO.
ap!4 atW. II. Gordox A Co.'s., Public Square.
COTTON YARNS A supply of No's 500,600,700,
800 "Sycamore Cotton Yams, constantly kept by
apll CHEATHAM. WATSON A CO-
DWELLING HOUSE WANTED. It suit
cd in situation and price we will make the payments
atif factory. Enquire at our office.
j"n25-Swd W. B. SIIAPARD A CO.
OPARTNERSH1P DISSOLUTION. The Co
partnership hcretolore existing under the firm oftK)icr,
HiLLsiAN A Co., is this day dissolved by t1", consent.
may28 E tf A. FRANK A CO.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. The undersigned
have this day formed a Copartnership, under the firm
cf Sou A Hillhan-, and will continue the Dry Goods Busi
ness at the store heretofore occupi-d by Sphn, Ilillman A-Co.
ni.iy28 h LEON IHLLMAN.
ANTED Two or three Negro Boys, 13 or 20
yaarsold. ALsO ANegro Girl IGor 20 years ofa5e
iitne!7 R. A. BALLOnK.
A LIKELY Negro Woman tor sale, years old.
m Jrst Kate Cook, Wa-,her and Irener &
DR. T.L. BRYAN respectfully offers bis service to
the citizens of Nashville in the practice of Medicine,
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fice on the corner of Union and Summer streets.
jime 17, 1853. ,
TUBLIC EXERCISES IN MINERVA COL-
X LEGE, on Wednesday, June sza, commencing at v
o'clock, A M.
An nddress will be delivered bv John L.
attecd. on tbat occasion: The Public are invited to
junoI6 S. E, JONES. "
V 1 HiaAjSV
HARPER'S MONTHLY for July just received by
jnne30 HAGAN, Mar-etilreet.
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY; for July, reccivedtod for sale
hT, F. HAOAN,
hagXns dih-ltin ob i&nv AIM POPULAR pcb-
f- " -"tr - -IJCATIONS;
MARQAHBt CEei?, Bj'CoasinjKale. ? "
1 'i iAICNDf-XIDE, Jiy llodj
i. Ros-j)orjnr,As; BrsFiL w. ft
-HKSTOrsOMCRSCTTl-jtN. M. Z
LORD SAXONDALE, By G. ;W. Reycolds.
THE NECROMANCER, t Cj
MARY PRICE, " '
WINNIE GREY, By'.VNTSimtii.
THE SPITFIRE, K.rCapt. Chaniier!
WOMAN'S LIFE, ByEmilic CarleT
THK EMIGRANT SQUIRE, By Pi n. Mycrs
MOB CAP, By Caroline Lee Uentzp1 v. "
PHANTOM SHIP, By CapL Marryat. -
THE CQLVILLE FAMILY, Bv Frank E. Smilcr.
THE STEAMBOAT ANECDOTE BOOK. """
CAPT. BLAKE, By itecivell.
THE G1ISEY, By G. P. It, James,
THE THREE P1RATFS, By Harry narell. . . .
THEJXYJNG DUTCHMAN, Hy Capt Marrj-.
HIFEtOSf. ARTHUR SPRING)
' BEATRICE, Bv Calharinc Sinclair.
RHRAIV,RprilTECTnrBjAllen.' " ? t
i "'.With others, for sale by TTIgAN,
' e-jimc 25 j-Srkct St.
MAGAZINES TOR JULY.
GODEYS LADIES BOOKand GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE
or J illy begiaing of new Volumes. Subscription received
and single copies sold by F. HAGAN,
Jae 2(!. gpnt.
Admiration Excited, and Popularity
THE elegance and beauty of the Snrfrc Fashion of HATS
Of FRANCISCO itWHlTMAsTtas oxcl'ed tho llvllesl eyl
dence of approbation from those whes Usta. experience xnA
Judeasent,encMnUiem to appreciate Its merlu.
If Touare an ailmlrcrof a
call and examlnn It.
next"oor to theold eland of M'XaSry & Ilamlltna. where
tuej are always ready to serve all, big and little, old ard
young; who are In quest nf s.irathinp to ornament the head.
FKANCISCO & WICTilAX,
m.7. Ko. 23. Public Square.
OJJIl VKATIL'TEI) WHITE ItOCKYMIIUrt
vtv are now maklngasaperior ar
t!cl cf the Kocfcy Jlonatsln SUve
Bcaver. We ventilate the ji ta keep
tho Head cool and prevent tha Hair
from fallln; oSTIn hot weather. To
those who wish an cle .at Beaver,
pleaje call and leave jour orders at
uie nit crnnoriBra oi
FRANCl-CO & WHITMAN,
pie.7 No. 23. Public qcare.
XV n lmvc o-lic;iil y for Hxliibitloa.
A COKVLKm aortment or Chll
en's, Iatant's.and Little irmej Ftraw,
IIair,and Jiraid Ilat-r, Chlldrcns' Spor
ting and Cliina Pearl do; Kisses 7erll
r.m, Piesdillaei and Ulonde Flmilfe
ryllilDCfancy for the JavenHo,at the
Fancy Hatf-toro of
FRANCISCO & WHITMAN,
ra&y7 No. 23, PcUlc Square.
PANAMA, Leghorn. HIack leshorn, Carapta-g
chy. Canton, Union, Florida, Straw, Boy's Pedal gT"
Brald.and every variety of Straw Hats for the
Suratncrwear,at " FKAHCI.SUO & WHITMAN'S,
inay7 na. iaruDUa square
' Fra?nTyRE! r0i:NixtrREi
I AM just rcceuuiga fine assortineut ofiur
nitureof tho latest and most approved
tUUa. which will be warranted as recommeml-
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ot Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 43, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot
MORE HEW PIANOES.
Ehave received by recent arrivals nine
more ofthose unrivalled Piasos, madejJsarJ
bv J. B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co- of ?T S i
various styles and sizes, which will be sold very low for
cash or good notes drawing interest, and warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect.
apr2i w. k l.n. uiir.r. i itLU a iu
Ti"01t SALE. 100 acres of Land, B miles fnm the city,
P on the new Franklin turnpike. Improveraenls are first
ALSO. 110 acres of excellent land, 4 miles from the cifv.
on the New Franklin pike. Improvements good.
ALSO, a finely improved lot, fronting 120 feet on Church
street, running back 170 feet with Crawford street, foaii
ALSO, a lot frontinc 100 feet ou SDrucesfreet. loininortho
shop of Vannoy A Turberville.
VLDU, alotlrontingi'Stceton v ater street, oppo-itetne
nc!Tiahville wtiart. ulu wiu,
17"OR SALE. S young egro Men;
? 5 young Negro Women;
1 Negro Gurl, 12 years old.
maySS GI-VER A BOYD. Agents.
TpOJl HIRE. A vcrylikclyGirl,ii)or20ycarsoM,a
AJ first rate House Woman. Ac
ALSO 2 likely Uirls, aoouili years old.
GLOVER & BOYD.
HAVE this day associated w;th roe in the Saddling Bu
siness mv son. A. C. JIARCII. The business, in future
will be ctiiiQiicted in the name of J. D. March & Son. All
persons iudebted to me, by note or account, will pleae come
up and make payment, J. D. MARCH.
JSP Tbankft d for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is rcspecrully solicited.
jan2 J. U. AlAKUll A MJ..
7ANS ! .FANS I !
15 doz Fine Feather Fans;
0 " Fine and Common Spanish Fans;
100 " Papers Fans;
For sale very low by A. MORRISON A CO.
may 1 3 G n
A TEACHER WANTED. The Trustees of Ten
nessee Academy desire to employ 11 Teacher to take
charge of said institution, who can produce satisfactory evi
dence of his competency to teach the various branches corn-
only taught in Academics. Such a gentleman can find im
mediate employment at a liberal salary. A gentleman with
a family would be preferred. Bv order cf tbe Beard.
- n ini(fT liriwPTitiarTr
Washington, Tenn.. June 2, 1832. Scc'y.
MAGNOLIA COTTO.". We are agents lor tho
sale cf the celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTONSEED,
an article which several years experience with some of our
best planters ha3 proven to he Better artapteu to jiicaie i en-nes--ce
than any tliat was evcrgrewn. Call socu cr they will
all be gone. JOHNSON A SMITH,
TOOTH SOAP. This Soap Dentrifice is the proper
specific for freeing the mouth trr.m those disgusting
impurities which rapidly promote purification and destroy
the teeth. Forsaleby mav28 STRETCH & ORR.
AMILY ELOUR. A very superior article of Fam
ily Flour, nut un in bans of 100 lbs. each, just received
from the Gallatin Manufacturing ComiianyV Mills.
Givcitatrial. my2-l STUA'I TU.N . KM I i II A C.
SNUFF. 10 gross bcotch fcnutl in bcttjc-i and papers
130 pounds MaccahoySnufTin jars.
fii store and for sale br mygi A. JHW.iiisuj J: w.
IIOULDER SEA3I PATENT SHIRTS
JOHN K. HUME has this day received another fresh
supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shiita.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Ties, Slocks,
Also, Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk .Gloves Half
Hose, of every description.
Also, Gent's under-woar Shirts, Drawers, Ac june5
inches high, bright mulatto, stout set, and b-v; an impedi
ment in his spcrrh.
ALSO .IACK, about 21 years of age, five feet fen inches
lnrrl-i .lamlni- Knllt nnA rrrrr t.l-irlr
Tbe above reward will be given for theirdclivcry if ap
prehended out ot the btatc ?-0 it in mesiaic anu oui 01
Beiltonl coimtv. and if iu Bedford county.
junclS-tf r A. P EAKIN.
GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
WA. & J. G.McCI.ELLANDhavinponliandanun-
usually large aud ricUsiock. ot Goods, will oflir
great inducemeutsto cash or punctual buyers. Strangers
visiting the city, will savemonsyby lookicjr at our stock
before making their puicbaseael!icwheri.
juue'i'S No 20, Public Square.
I)ICH DRESS (iOOD.S. On hand Rich Dress Silks,
L Rich Black Silks, super Black Gro de Rhir.es, Rich
Printed Barege and Tissues, White Barages and White
Silk Mnrquetso, While Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses,
F.mb'd Crapes, RichBarege.de Laues, Rich French Organ
diez. Muslins, Ginghams, Ac, Ac These Goods are very
rich and will be sold at very low prices, at
jnnc23 No 20, Public Square.
-f-TTHITE GOODS AND TRLUMINGS Dotted
V V Swiss, Plain do. super fine Conled and Checked do,
super fine Mull and Nainsook Muslins, Jaconets, Cambric
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouncings. Jacorct and Swiss
TrimmingSj'Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLELLAND'S,
june23 No 20. Public Square.
ANTLES, SCARFS, Arc Wo have seme vey
Rich Mantles on hand, ucw style, in Silk, Ijce. Apli
ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, While Crape Shawls, Mnslin
do Lane do, which we will close out very cheap.
june23 No 20. Public Square.
T ENUINE SCUEIDAJI SCHNAI'S VV'c lave
I T . doren of this fine Lienor. For Bale at a loiv
LYONS & CO,
No. ia? Cedar Street,
1ARC2 AUCTI0S SALS
Tk KCY rtir ZT? V?b cf STAPLE sad
t - !rX .p003-rfeived ly lite nnivali
I invite tbe attention of the trade snd-snerchan cv,-,t
ly to this sale, rt-the Stmt's neand fiStaS'
EAR all ot very supener qnalu'y.ict from th-Tacnv
nes in (he United states, and great variety cf French, Brit
ish. Italian, and German importations, opon consignment,
and ordered to be closed. i
Tha stock to be sold embraces a larce line of FrrnT, ti
i CassraW: hL-u-.tr .,nrf
:.. l.lnl. niv. nii J.i.i.r.....'. n o ...
Lawns end Muslins. Berase. Beracc de Lairwa. Rnt !!-.
Ritin Klrinre.1 .In. Uotfetl Swisi. Tln. -S:.. MtT5L
Nainsook do. Book do, Jaconet Cambrics, white and colored
Cambrics, India Lawus, India Twills, Swiss Tnjcriuir and
.Edging, Jaconet do, wide Silk ami Tlirrad Laces sJd"K'lg
iugs. Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Silk Jlantua RilAiifisof all
widths, Gl'jvcs and Hosiery, Silk and Thread; green and
blue Berage, Linen Hdkfs, Fans, Black and Fancy Silk Cra
vats Marass do. Bleached Muslins and Drillings Brov.-n
Mushns and Drillings, Cottonades, BuHansand Brown Lia
ensTancyPnats, Black, Cnnary. GrectJ; Rabrsnd Farni
uZr1f a'L.",d Turte R Frinistandavery
rg&ZSST AUrce s,ock uf LLuena
.CAPS.'1 10('CASE3of B00TS 4 SHOES, HATS and
Bonnets of all qualities, conshting' of , Gimp, Straw and
Leghorn, of new styles. . uu
fhe stock is very im well tLmtA v ,,
iuuoc. is very urge, well aasorted, and W1R be sold
JEJlifS LIBERAL. ; " ' , -
AND. J. DUNCAN.
FUTURE, SALES. 1353. -Jnly
12th and 18th. t August ICth and 17th.
Sept. ICth, Uth and 15th J Oct. lltb, 12th and ISih.
Nov. 15th, 16th and 17th. ( De& 13th, 14th and 13th.
jnne A. J. D,
F03LIC SALS OF GROCERIES.
ON WEDNESDAY, ISthcf July, 1?53, wcswill ofTeriU
Iub!ic Sale to ths highest bidden
100 Hogsheads LouNiana Sugar, all grades,
200 packages Molasses and Svrup;
100 bags Rio CcCcc;
COO kegs Sijocnberger Nails, all sizes;
500 boxes Manufactured Tobacco;
60.000 Regalia and Principe Cigars, til grades:
?()0 boxes 3X10, 10X12, 12X16 and liXia Wmdo-y
100 " Summer Tallow Candles;
100 ,r Palm Soap;
25 bbls Mason's blocking;
liW " Green Stiiebenville Comerasr
110 packages Imperial and Gunpiiwder Teas;
ViOi various other articles.
The goods will hepnf up iu our usual quantities, with
TrcJ! or Salt. All sums under ?2C0, Cash. All sums
ovrr?2', four months forapproved endorsed notes paya
ble in cue of the city Banks.
june53 td W. H.GORDON & CO.
SALE OF TOWN L0T3.
THE crderaignad will again offer for sale on TUESDAY,
the 2d day of August, 1S53, a large number of
very choice bcsincsi end residence lots in the town site of
no humhtreirerv in th sUtement. thut unon the roi
of the Nashville and New Orleans, The Mobile and Ohio,
Tbe Memphis and Charleston, and The Winchester and Ala
bama Kailrcud.-, a Railroad communication will b opened
betwn this place and Mobile in twenty-two hours, with N.
Orleans in twemy-fivc hocrs, and with Memphis in fourteen
hours; that in less thanoce Tear the communication will be
opened With Ciiariotuu and Savannah iu twenty-five hours;
that cn completion of the Virginia Railroads, a communica
tion will bo opened with, Richmond, Norfolk, At, in abont
thirty-five hours; that upon the completion of tho Roads
nonb-cast and north-west from Nashville, a commumcaiidn
will be opened with all the Northern, Nctlh-Weatern, -and
North-Easlern cities, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Ac, Ac., in fifty to sixty hours. Thus in the short
space of say two to three years, commacl will be had from
tl Js point, In a fe w hours, of all the Ncrftcra, North-eastern,
Eastern, South-eastern, Southern,- South-western, Western,
and North western markets.
These paramount advantages, combined with tbe com-mandine-beauty
of the site and scenery, unrivalled health.
fulness of the place, salubrity of tbeclimtc, great beaaty of
the surronndiug country, productions of tbe soil, aiiiplecod
commodious -Idth of the streets, certainly render this pUce
central in a remariable degree, and fidapted in every respect
to basincsof every variety, and to the most desirable and
ple.uani reside nces.
Tix.vs One and tr.-o years credit with approved securi
ty, cr one-third cash, (deducting interest in proportion
to time) and balance in one nd two years, without secu
rity. Plans of town may be seen at the place, and any informa
tion furnWied by application to tne proprietors, Messrs.
Decherd A Sandtord. ' DAN. TRIGG,
june 21 td Auctioneer.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to thanndersigncd
wc will expose to sale at public auction, for cash, at the
court house door in tho town of La Fayette, Macon county,
Tenu, on Monday, the 20th dsy of July next, the following;
valuable real estate towit; OnC tract of laud containing
101?f acres. lying one mile North cast of La Fayttte. Saul
land has on it a good two story dwelling, kitchen" aud other
out houses (all new) and or CO acres freu cleared land
of good quality, the remainder in woodland, aad, if my odds,
the best spring'in Msjm county.
ALSO Another tract of land containing S2J acres of
wood land, lying north of and ii sigutof La FayctU.
ALSO The equitable interest jf Jno. S. Vaughsn, in nd
to the lot No 7 and lot No. adjoining tba same. Whereon"
tbe Stone Dwelling House and garden, cut bouses. Ac. of
John S. Vxughan are situated. Said trust deed is made by
said Vaughn to secure certain creditors therein named.
hale positivcanu without reserve.
DANIEL D. CLAIBORNE, 1 T...,
june9-td . JAMES H. VAUGIIAN, f iru3tega
YALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOR
SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his residence
on Spring or Church Street with the furniture if desired.
Terms inado known- on application to
R. C. FOSTER, r-d.
Or in my absence to G. M. FOGG.
jr.ne 17 tf
J70R SALEA very good.Cook, Washer and Ironcr
. and a good field hand, 26 years of age Apply to
General Agent, No. 17, Dcadcrick st.
1 TOR SALE. Avery desirable Residence on Broad
; street, between Summer and High sts.; persons wish
ing lo purchase a healthy location, aud one convenient to
the business part of the city, would do well to examine it.
For terms apply to R. A BALLO WE,
junla Genl Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick st.
BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT t The subscribers
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing for Boys from 4 to 16 ever offered for sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at tbe short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, havo
the privilege of changing them if they do not suit,
F. A. HOYT & BRO.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 sL, Philadelphia.
April ii, 1S53 ly
GOODS TO SUIT THE BlTLLION!!
Unheard cf Bargains at the Empire Clothing Stcre.
No. 5. on tit South, tideef the PcVc Sguarc, f.rst dour
Liiftof IF. IV. Berry & DtmottiM Prugstori.
WILL offer to tbe citizens and surrounding country such
great inducements to purchase at wholesale Hav
ing established&cilitiesfor the importation weekly from oor
roancfoeturing establishment of the largest supplies of esadt
mapc CLOTEixa ever brought fo this city. Our stock of goods
are manufactured of superior Cloth, Casimcres, Linens,
Vcstings, and a large assortment cf Shirts, Suspenders and
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gocdj. We do not deem it neces
sary to enumerate articlescr prices. We arc determined to
take a leading part in the trade of this city and country as
our experience is such, having a perfect knowledge of tbe
business, we will net be undersold at Philadelphia or New
York prices. We would say to the merchants in tbe trade,
that our stock is entirely new and expressly made up for this
maiket. Please give us a call before going elsewhere and
satisfy yourselves of cur motto, "small profits, quick sales,
no trouble to show goods, and will not be undersold."
may 2S; J. B. SEWELL A CO
CEDAR TOIBER -I have constantly on hand, 15
miles from Nashville on the Railroad, Cedar Sill and
Lintel Timber, Flooring and all other Cedar Timber, at tbe
shortest notice. Also, Cedar Stakes, which I will load cn
cars at S20 per thousand. Order; wilt be thankfully receiv
ed and promptly attended to by the subscriber.
jnnelb 3m. JNO, HILL.
ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP.-For render
ing the harshest skiu delicately smoothe, white and Mft,
removing sallowncs', cntanecijj eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles, or redness. Its soothiug infiucuco immediately
r1ln- Ihe imtntien nf mnvmlto bites. Ac-while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes I
them ifalrcady formed, eliciting cn, tho cheek of age tho j
clearness and smoothness rr ycutli. tteparert by Ur. t.t.
Gourand, 07 Walker ft., 1st Store from Broadway, N. York.
Fer sale by feb'J GE0RGEQREIG.
REXCII WINES AND BRANDIES. Always
on hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, put up in wood and bottles, and fir salo by
feb'j GEORGE GREIG.
1NE A -PLUS AND PEACHES. Just ro
X ceived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put
in glass jars and for sale bv GEORGE URStO.
UTS. Just received, an al sortmcni of fre-h Nuts aod
lor sale oy udm
ceived and forsale by fcbD
APPLE CHEESE 75 boxes superior
1 iloshen Pine Apple Wiecsc, received and for se by
ITIGS. On band and Jor sale
? Figs, by feb!)
asmidllot of very fine
GtEH DROPS. A fresh &upplv of finest quality Cum
Drops of various flavors, jutt received and lor sale by
j-j.r) iabtll.trt. UKhlU.
CHOCOLATE. A smttrior article of Chocolate in
mall sticks and in half pound cake , put up in tin foil,
and for sale b' febj GEORGE GREIG.
I 7KESCII HEUGA CANDY Just received by
express a small lot of White French Neauga Candy put
up in tin foil and for gale by GEORGE GREIG.
aREEN TEAS. 50cans fresh Green Teas, hermet
ically sealed, on hand aud for sale by
feb9 GEORGE GREIG.
I7RESII TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
; of Black and Green Teas ofthe finest qualities import
ed, and warranted superior, for Bale by
febl CEO. GREIG. Union street,
OR SAX E. ANo. 1 Negro woman, ii yeiusoid; at.
' i "ir3. 3?!:wprovided withMacWEwrMi
1 witix e-best Mechanical sk!lfl2f?era ranstnko; sua
. RAILROAD MACHINERY".
Soeiiaa IceooMUa for Passenger and FreW .
Paisenger, Freight, and Repair Cars completdC
every description ofwork appertaininitoKail Keasfe.
.Doaiaiulstationary from 3 to W0 horsc-pe-vw witfe
- boilers of tan best Tnntsi Iron.
. . . SAW MILLS.
Machmerj- complete for fitting up Sash or Otnitr Suru
cpuiplcte, with, theuewct and moit approved modes.
!v . 1:"?? Machinery made for all sizes, comnlefe: tn.
i geirierwitb. ijchinerv fm-S.imir ;n..n rvw.. .i
,,WM2!C7&rL!"J'Furnac(a,cmbriicm!r Gut In Ci-
I Ur bU Jt, &c
, L"'rH3 Ct Iron Rollers, and all mschiatry tx Soil
tng li ills cotugl!- -made at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of anydeviiptioo, with, shafiing, mill gearai? water
w.el if cast, .nu Baafc vaults, Ac, Ao , mad to cwsr.
Address Jons Twwrto. Agent, (who is a practical rnv
chemst) the undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON
jacat ly b. Prestde'at.
HASHV2XLE AND CHATTANOOGA HATL20AD.
gy.yT- rfst.rf -rgar-fg -yvc
xMpOy'fari of TrOv.
'T'UFExpress Passenger and JLul Train 1 tares Nashvula
( 1 d.ily at S o'clock, A. M conneclmj atDccherd'.at 10
'!wiui Carter, Sinu& Co.'s daily line cf Cowsbea. for
HantsvjCc. Ala., and at Tennessee Bridge at 12 o'clock,
noon. with, mail hrura Fnr f' ,tt . --. P.m..m ihM
Tr-iin have half an hour at Wartraca for breaiUst; and iC
going to Chattanooga or HuatsviUe, reach their dextieatioa
the same evening.
The accommodation Train leaves Nashvilla djr fScn
days excepted) for Wanracs at half past 2 o'clock; P. M
S?1 ?, NVal!ni'-e S o'clock, P.iL,withtrwefe Train
for ShelbyviUa - wmch Train also makes a conceerioa with
tbe Express l rain at Wartrace, it 8 o'clock in thenacrnine
so thtPassengersciino direct from Naahvilhrto Stebv
vihe morning and eveuing, by tskin: either the Expre cr
accomodation Train as may be preferred.
Arrieal ef Trait.
Expresses daily at 1 2 and 85 minutes, P. M,
Accommodation daily at 19 o'clock, A.1L, (Suniiys
Through tickets to Charleston, S, C Savannah, Ck. Chat
tanooga, Tena, and Hontsville, Ala., to hi had only of G.
IL Slaughter, Agent, at the. Railroad, Stage and Omsibus
Office. Cedar street, opposite the Post Officer
We bare established the above office for the sals cf tick
ets tcall stations cn theN & CR. R.and through tickets to
l the points above named, in order to avoid the hurry and con-
inaiuii ai)3 i-Linirnug- in JIU. UCKCU at- LUC AcpO.
before the departure of a Train.
Tbe location ii centn.1 and convenient for all and the Oi"
ficeopen from 6 o'clock in tlie morning until 9 o'clock at
uight Toerefure Passengers who reglect. supplying them
selves witli Tickets will be charged 20 "per cit over the
cotcf them on the Cars. 11. 1. ANDERSON.
june a-t, '-8 wd. Snpt. y.andaR.B.
FALL AKItANGEH ENTS.
FEEIQET3 BETWEEN CHARLESTON AND NASH
TY Y an arroi cement betwten the South Carolina,
"icra anuAiianwana .rme
I - ' -"-6 .
through to Nashville st the following rates :
Boxes nafs, Bonnets, Furniture, Teas and other light
goods, percubicfect... 32
Boxes Shoes Dry Goods, Saddlery. Glass; Drugs. Con
fectienarics, Cainpbcne, Spirits Turpentine, m caakv
Ae pcrluOlbs.." tlVH
Tra an class.
All articles not eomfnjr under specific rates, as enumer
ated in the tariff ot the toads between Chattanooga
and Charleston, (copies of which can be seen or had
. at tho Freight .geui'sOfficei jrlnO lbs Jl 25
G-eods to be delivered at Nashville at aboie rates must
be pl'Uity and chstinctly mnrfted to the care ot Agent of
NaeUviBc aod Cltteoopga Railroad Co, st Chattaaooga,
and Agent of ootth Carolina. Railroad Co, at Charleston.
PerseassbippurfiomeAstcra ciuescan ship by steam
ers al or abobt lxe., by p.- ; lifers at -c, and sjiang-vessels
at from 3c to 7c per S oi
ta.Mra rood is comnleied
i from Chato.ip o tbe I.irer. a further reduction will ba
made, cf which due notice will be giea
II. I. AND4.K.SOX.Sur.t X. iCIl 1 Cn.
N. B. Tbe fame ditterc.ice w:Il be mode whae guodsaro
to be delivered at Decben', Shelby ville and Murfrcesbcro,
or other stations on oar road, as is now made between
freights hew Nashville to Cl attacoega, aod freights from
the ubav poiaK to Chaliaucoga, nader the amin'zaoct
with tha Tfeoeeas-e River M. M. A T. Co. "
jnaelS if II. 1,1
1353. BAILEYS' SPRINGS, 1853.
HIHE MILT? NORTH OF IXOItOCE,
Lauderd-.'o Co., Ala.
THIS GREAT roCNTAiX or IIEAXTII
13 now realv tor tiie rec.n- . -sj
r-? tkn ot is.tors. Many m-i-i-J,
provemeiiM d-atb oeen niMe amee jjt season, and all who
go now cau be uceommoditd. It would be useless tost
tempt to give a list of the many diseases aired by tbe use of
these almost Jfaji: W'attri.
Hundreds tiave left lor these SpriBsf, sick and feeble, har
ing diiMirod of ererregwiuuirr heiw or constitution, bat
after a few weeks have returned 10 fieir friends well, and
entirely free from tbe deadly disease that once had a strong
bold upon them. Many " prrminent persons thrscgnout
town and ouuniry, aad especially iu Nashville, can testify to
1 A Regular Mail Line ofronr-Horo Coaches
j will run three urpesporweek to these Springs, leaving
; Nashville Tuesday, Tborsday and Saturday momijg at I
I o'clock, arriving at the Springs the same evening, or if per
I sons wih, tbey can gvtkrvnc tuJ-jfiifht tiittout extra
I cUirpt, by taking the acconmiodation coach to Columbia,
j and the Mad Lrua from there t- tbe Springs.
' SF.ireonir S-f. For passage apply at the General
Stage Ollice, Cedar Street. O. H. SLAUGHTER,
june 23 Agent.
IS53. NEW ARRANGEiTENT. 1853.
GREAT NORTHERN OIAIL ROUTE
FroraNashvLUeto NjwVork. Phlla .elphia, Saltiacrj,
TWO Dailv Lines of Stages leuvo Nashville every morn
ing at 4 o'clock for Louisville va the MAMMOTH CAVE
Tna Griat vroxniB or tui World. ALsj, vu Tiree
Spring. Bowling Green, Ghu-gow and Bardstown, arriricg
at Louisville ihe next day, being out only one night.
Three Diily lines of line Steamers leave Louisvilla Irr Cin
cinnati and Wbeelirrg connecting at those places wilb tha
different Railroads to ail r.f the Eas-ern and Noithern Cikd.
To New York 27. To Washington $24.
To Philadelphu $Zi. To Baltimoie ?.
Traveling time 10 New York, 3 days. Through passes,
gers invariably have preference.
For all information or seats, pplv at the General Swt
Olfice Nashville. 6. ll. SLAUGHTER,
Nashville, June 23, lS53.-tC Agent,,
N. B. AU Baggage at the risk of the owners.
WALNUT JOCJtY CLUB,
ASS0CIATICN STAKES FOR THE FALL 2ffiXTD0
N". 1. Sweepstake for 2 year elds, the dashofa mile,
J100 entrance, fSOfli.feit, to be run cn Monday, tbe first day
of the meeting.
No. 2. Sweepstake for 3 year olds, mile and repeat, $150
entrance, S50 foifeX To 'be run on Tuesday tie second
day of the meeting.
N'o. 3. Sweepstake for 3 year olds, two miles and repeat,
S200 entrance, sJoO forfeit, To be run on Friday tba fifth
dav cf the meeting.
Two or more to make a race In the above Stakes, to nam
and close on or before the 1st day of July. Entries to be
made to E. R. GLASCOCK, Secretary.
P. S. In addition to the above stake, the Association will
give liberal piu-cs and we may confidently expect gwod
sport, as tbere will be a fine field of horses.
june 8 d. till 1st jnly. n
To Cabsaaet makers
A ND purchasers cf the followingarticJe the subscriber
4375 FEEl'SITA T)E ifdHOGAJHT FZXSSSS, ssa'd;
3fi'0 do fine Crotch do do do;
2520 FEET FINE OAK VENEERS, ainortcd;
40 Gross Bureau Knobs, assorted;
Ul) RaAms Spcrir Stnd Paper, cR rizet;
SI GHilciisI-citxiTcnE VAimsit;
540 do best Flowing do;
03 do do PelikiH(f Firm;
Fer sale at tbe lowest prices by
At the Max A Mortar. Market street, Nnshvflla.
TO C04CH MAKERS & 0T1HS.
JUST receaved, of tne best ruial.lv
I Cask-fXtVA' VOACli-l- 1TVAF.XISB,NQ..
do do do do do IsG.2.
1 do Black C04CU Vahxisb; roa repa-uccc;
2 Barreb Best Black leather Varnish;
20 Reams VANDEKPOOLS CELEBRATED FLINT
P U'ER. oiuotJerU M. M .iwi Pntr i tue. All offered
lowbr T. WELLS,
T Market street, Nashrfflf
On thf Spiart Xext to Gvrdoa.'t iVareAoust.
WOULD inftwm the perplc of Nashville ind the sar
roundiD rouatrv- tbat he has recently improved
slid greatly enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now prepared
la fill alt orders in the marble line at the shortest notice and
cntlie most favorable terras for cask. He would call par
ticular attention to his welt selected stock of monument,
tn&ntle pieces, figures, garden fiirures, statuary, Fountaioa.
Raptismal founts. Urns, Vases, Tombi, Ac many of which,
are of the puret Italian Marble, and from tbe chisel of tbo
best Kuroiicau masters. Hm arrangements apj now com
plcte for furnishing all kinds of marble, either of his own
manufacture or imported. Hehasonbsnda hirge nuaatl
tv of Italian marble, in the rough state, which he inll S
Terv low. House Furniture in Egyptian Marble of" the best
ouality can be bad at his yard. He flatters himself tbat he
,- ii.-, ni,i;r- nn a aceommodatinir terms as
anv similar esUhlishmeut in tbe west. A share of pubus.
patronage is souciieu-
t c "Tt.aoHp.ifmnotineiOTersoi iscrrao nsia m-
recicd to my avortmentof Statnary. They are of tt'3 rar
est and finest qualitv, and of direct importations.
WHITE GOODS. SOHN A HILLSIAN, have cn
hand a Urge assortment of Jackonets, Cambrics
Ttpe Checks, Swiss Mushua, India Books, Bishop lawns,
Victoria lawns. Stripe 1 JackoneU, Dotted Swiss, Embfeia'
cred Swiss, Toilets, i me sheeting, Ac, Ac All ofwhieiafo
nirered at very low prices at the
caiereaM j "PHILADELPHIA STORK
jane 19 No 13. PnblicSqiafe.
ARASOI.S of every descnpUoa are now oi&ttd. at
greatlyredttcedprics, wm& sxOKB,
June 19 Nol3,PabfieSUK,