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?SrYB. P sinner. tiiiamTloer ApenC
TKX trfl TBlu)EKnOKT iT lhl MttWT Ul the CllieS
Bo3icdjyofkaii!sjWhi, itad'is dulyeaipow
I37"C. JC. Carroll, is ourcuthcrizcd agent for the city
. of Ueaipiits. lle caabefoundiUlhe .P. 0 In'tiWcity.
SATURDAY .MORNING, JULY 0, 18f,3.
"WILL THERE BE A WAR IN EUROPE f
The news from Europe, by the Africs, leaves
. .tbis question as milch ia doabt ns ever! The
' stock market, in London anil Paris, which 3 the
barometer that tolls what is hoped or feared there
in regard to it, fluctuates with every day. The!
. L'ti'diin correspondent of the NewTork Conmcr-
mircial, writing under date of, June 17, says :
- (Althougli a quieter. view'crntiDues to be taken
ri ofj.tVe Turkfili question, u still absorbs, lbc at
tentioii ofihe-public, Russia is hot less "distrusted,
nmv than a fortnight ago, and tbo only"eb,ange of
opinion with regnrd to har is, that she: is'moring
in a more adroit manner than was supposed when
the, grandiloquent bearing of Prince ilepschikoiF
" xBjemsd ti indicate a reckless intention of.procoed-
ing to extremities by the most'open means".
" " Just before tlie departure of the last steamer,
. the -English slock market had experienced a fa
vorable reaction, from a rapid rise that had sud
denly taken place on the Paris Boursa, consc
qjcnt upon the intelligence that the Czar had not
only energelically'deprecated the impression that
he had any tiioughtof risking the tranquility of
Bumps, hut had also sent agents to France and the
other po.we.-s with hasty despatches in order' to
i explain his position. It was pointed,. our, how
everin reference to these circumstances, that
they were not accompanied by any disavowal of
his original threats and pretensions, -nnd were
only to be regarded in the light of vauge profes
sions which might or might not be used as a cover
for obtaining furtherdelay to mature his plans and
diminish the watchfulness of his opponents.
.Accordingly the great buoyancy which' was the
' re.iuircJ.byc?. JprewpU xtilVH rejpwde&iw peyswut. t . V.r,"' 'u .iv r CiM8&?ai3 ip"for Charleston.
NcsS, Vtamitaittmru!eltas5ttfer.Uie;fi& 1 -ctaed,.'Tuly SlreeitlWies wws Baltimore.
... S. ...... . - : J ' 1 -T--Arf Y1'n VUTVyl tvfhiu ay.A fill,,,.- Ol n i. cj.-i ,. Li .
Viiie-umoniUUUicranarl. - JL JMTOHi!i.!'flJ. -?ii72. -iM..;! o i .iir. wmsuorougu-oicuucu.-. ...i.up-
immediate result ot the announcement, was not
wholly maintained, and in the French funds and
shares especially, which, owing to the extent of
the speculative mania at Paris, are far more sen
sitive thnu English securities, the backward
,t liiovement was rather considerable. The chief
drop was occasioned by a telegraphic communi
cation received Irom Vienna to the. effect that,
whatever might be the nature of the-negotiations
. between the Czar and tho other powers, it was
'. AhLs positive determination that pending their con
. fhiiioii. his army should cross the Pruth, whiiih
divides II jsiia from the Danubian principalities',
and occupy that portion of theSultan'e territories.
Tnis step, it was saidj would, take place .on the
ltithinst. (yesterday) when fifteen days would'
expire, whii.h were the terms assigned tor a cate
gorical answer s to whether the demands of the
Czar would be complied with; and although it was
not unexpected in London, even supposing a pa-
cifio .adjustment to be final!' intended, it created
considerable anxiety. It is believed to be .wholly
w , nvarranied by any interpretation of the rights ol
IUiia, under any possible contingencies, and the
'"fear was that it might therefore constitute a casits
belli, which, however they might be disposed to.do
so, neither England nor France could overlook, it
. they intend to take a real stand upon any stage of
the conflict. To concede one illegal act would, of
course, embolden Russia to commit another and
another, until she hud reached the desired consum
m liianr niid rather thau the end should be accom
i pliahed in this way, it would of course be more fur
- , the dignity of the other powers, that they should,
give way entirely and at once.
At tins Iat oVte the price of consols was 9P$.cx
div. They have since touched 98 J, but this morn-
-ing, ci;,ar port that the mediatiou of Austria Lad
becn-Bcecpted on the Turkish question, they ad-
. vauced jo D9. Doubts, however, being thrown up
,on thi'.tutetneut, there was a reaction to DSij, and
ths market has closed at that quotation
So it appears from this, that there was nothing
certainly known either in London or Paris, as to
.whul.Ri;i;:i would Jo or would not do..But tho
, effect of .the reports did cot 'Stop with -the stock
"roirket. Wright, Gandy Sz Co., cf Liverpool, in
-theircirculcr cf June IS, speaking of cotton, say :
J The trade remain inactive, and cannot.be induc
ed to depert from the principle of buying, only to
meet existing requirements; nor do we see much
chance of R different course being pursued so long
as the political horizon remains obscure. .Later ad
vices trora the Continent tend rather to heighten
tbanaftey the fears entertained for paciGc solution
'of diifdiences between disputing powers, and re
trains commercial enterprise to a serious extent;
, mtioh Jonger time cannot, however, elapse before
something definite take3 place, and according to the
result so may we look for the restriction tor esten
sian of trade. With an amicable settlement of the
qm-stion, wc believe an active demand for all pro
. ' duels would ensue.
- - We cannot say, in Uic present state of the affair,
how far the United Stales may be interested, finan
cinUy or ccrqmercielly, in this movement of Russia.
We do hope, however, that the right' will triumph,
and that i t will not be necessary to engage in a war
to secure it.
A QpEsnos roc mn People. CoL Johnson once
proposed certain amendments to the Constitution
to give more iower to the people, . Major Henry
once advocated a change in thatsame sacred instru
ment, which would deprive the people of power,
jiowcr, by restraining the veto of their agent on
sets of Congress.
Major Henry once opposed "the mechanics lien
bill," and other mramrcs of vital interest to the
laboring man. CL .Tohnson throughout his poli
tical life Las shown himself the advocate of me
chanics and working men. Which of them, we
ask, has!not disqualified himself by former acts to
be Governor of Tennessee? Which of thrw is
most entitled to tho confidence of the people? Lot
-the free and independent yeomanry of the country
answer at the ballot box. .Vurfrtesboro A'acs.
The Cosvenience of Hsiao SimnT-SicnTED.
There is a great, convenience sometimes in being
shorl-t-ightcd. If you should .happen to meet a
creditor, or a friend who is rather "seedy,"' or n
bore who is an untiring button-holder, you quietly
pa3s on; and, when challenged with it afterwards,
all you have to Fay is: "My dear fellow, I'm ex
tremely sorry; the fectis I did not sec you, I'm so
excessively short-sighted." Wc know a large
man in the city who is always short-sighted direct
ly he spies out a poor relation, and yetdrop a bank
note athis fret, and you will see how very rapidly
he will pick it up.
CoxruG.vno.v and Agreement. In a lesson in
parsing, the sentence, '-Man courting the capacity
of bliss," fee, the word courting came to a pert
young Bliss or peventeen to parse. She com
menced hesitatingly, but got along well enough
until she was tote'llwhst it agreed with. Here
she stopped Fhort, but the teacher said, "Very
well, what does courting agree- with!" Ellen
blushed and hung her head- "Ellen, don't you
know what that ?grees with!" "Ye ye yes,
sir:" "Well. Ellen, whv don't vou parse that
word!" P.lushin; still more, and stammering, EUl
Jen says, "It agrees with all the girls, sir.'1
Mareiep. On the 7th of July, at residence of
-Howell S. Atkinson, by the Rev. Dr. Edgar, Mr.
t)p3V J6TnfH" WrBicLEV to "Miss HahtuTE. TkoMpsos,
all of Davidson county.
At the residence of John L. Smith, in StewarfT
.'-cannty, by the Kcv. Uriah Smith, .on - Wednesday,
Cth in., Mr. R. L. Wfaklbv, (of thefjrni oT W-r.kr
- Adv & Ruthtrford.l to Miss S An An Drake.
-.nn tl,n 'Jili tn!- Vii- ttio Hot - Mr. T.a'nslprT
" M3Iiss Vikrikia Jeseins to Rn7tN Rnti.
" W. W. FINN,
41, MAPvKET STEEET,
jIITtCK CSIOX iKS int SfJUACl,
A'athttU-; l.r.-f .
ri OLT AKD VELVET PA- TSt
VJT VKR HANGINGS A Ihi-go 'SaCT.
aecomtiveWirilTnpers, all uXXa&sSZs
thel test Fracch dc.-'frn-". .
3or.lcrs. Will do w Papers, Testers and Ccn
... T.. rldvrtT-tlltOltf.
"r. "-:K.J.":t", ri9 0fft nims in store.
from u 10 sJ .els. per lUu All for s.de, and CneAP oa
4 . '
TO TAX P. VY KltS". The undersiijned will nUand
at the ltecordcr's Office, at the City Hall, from the hour
ot 10 to haif pxst li o'clock, every day, for mo purpose cr
receivicg Tezea due the Corporttion ol Nashville. 1 ccbe
iadebWafs-r Txc oa Property or Water, IplgaMcallw
above, A. NEtd0,
. . - f . i
5 feet sesni to'CSuro.. . - a.- .....!
Sft 16ms, 'July 6: Corn- adriuiceCS'-to'C'ceBtS, priae:
IVhaeeo active." f :n n at:
tors of the Imocriit appointed ilail Ag9n(efc.' Salary
' 1L G. PArtRELLfr ' '
XK10MPUAKT OVER DISEASE
THI3edi;bnuV'diiicdrcine,, s!iljru!!y composed a? it Isot
ihe most b'eAlinirllaTaitinS uui iknetrjfiuc Pi'ifi can never
juh wjjnrfljumit crcrv anucuoa ui.ncoaia -do anoviaiea
.... Ai . - ' . : i r. j- I .i r :i
'rrient$isiOven tijUjeniiratulouscarp itw3form, iuUby
'ifiegriKilD'ad' coacbatiy Itofclsuig tieiaajid.' Jhero has
t (nvo ii-f -nn'it'pr i t.nu. .. i. k.,( r., ,
fciind-vrho do.uot "bestoiv ujxl it the hilfest praise fir the
rare 'virtues' it lv5iswis. iVthrne perhaiix. siuee the crea-
Uon ofllie tvijrld,r'tbccniAsuccjinfitu,renio-
I.J Ml M. UU 1 Vlb;UlJV(U MUflHWUUWi" '. ... ..,..
applied, it Iiut'inraneouflv-diffiises ilself tUrduUtheivhole
acstmi, wthin-rtlie uriiated nervcs,'nll-iyuic"i!!e Diost iu-
the foUon-ing remarkable ciir wbfca ciu b attccteil to bjr
hundredd, wUo were fijlly ao5(uainteU.ptn i wj jruuio ctrcum
Btncp. " ' '.
Cif RGXIC EKI.A.'BGEMEST OFni! TONStLS.
,JIy iliicigliler, wUftarix nioutlis old. wus taW jvitlia
Ktvllinf rh. Inils. svhirh mtw Ijiwr and .larr-p.r. fill
iTheaixyears Idrfio h&$ great dilllciiliy in siyaUowitigher
f i . , . t. . . . r ...r
focatp. Tho.bei doottSttiditl 4a: bnt could give no ro-
lu-u l iook lift so the inost eminent titictors ia tae just;
tber said tb was. uo lieipfor licr butlooutcToivit. With
ft nuI heart 1 reiunipd borne vfiUituTj whpah Jbcamtfiso
much .worse that the doctors Jia,d,tp bpcallcdja jgain; they
decided that U.c tonsils wiut be cutoff, lutfiejonlr tnct)i.
oi givingrpuel. tvile wottld not poasoat w.tais,ana!"HO
dctmniueil to try your Ijiniuifpt, tyhichifave relief the very
first .aiplicatiourand by orontinued use ishaeuthely re
covereit. tile hi ubH'ttcn,yeara.Gld.eiid,flMSy f1 bealtb'y as
could ho dojired. our Liniment isaltuebestiniisellir
sprains, utilises,-- cms, onins. ttqanarpc.eic., juta ii win re
move the most severe patos in a lew'minutes, It also cured
.caked minder in my cow ia n-feyf dajs. ...
Peoria, JLirchKpul(Hl;- QV.OUtiiS I'OED.
Lookout for Gouni-trftit! '
Thi public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
whinhbai lately njadeit.aj'reaiKnee,csltfd yJJ.iVirreIl'p
Arabian Liuiuirnt, the must dangcroiLsuf all 1 ho . counter
feits, because his haviug the name.of JfarrtlU-many will buy
ilia good frith, without thekiKwIrdgt; that n coonterieit ex
ists, imd licy will perhajwonlv discover Iheirjerior whea
tlie Kpurjoos mixture has wrought itj.evil enact.
The geuifiuc article is wanirfacturedoDly by II. G Jfarrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and wluilHalo druggist, Jfo;
17 Jlaiufctrvel, i'eoria, Illinois, to tvli(raaUa3ilicutioas.iur
Agendas jriut,bo addressed. I!e sore yoiv get it-jvilh the
leucralLG. befure Farrell's, thus II. (, i'AltBELL'S
and hi si,-nature ou thq wrapper, kllothers arc ccunterfeitj.
.Sold by GAKT JtlO.HX & JVHMSTUOSG,
and by regular anthorized agents throughout the. United
States. . j
gT Price 25 and 0 cents, nd $1 per boUle. .
AGENTS VATDia 'Try town village aud hamletln
the l.'uitod States, ia which one is not already establisbeJ. .
Address H. G. iarrell as above, accouip:uii.edwittj goxl f&
feuree as tn character, respectfully, Ac " - diw
JAMES J. IiEHiIE2, , . . F",'
Produce and General Cjmmission.Herchsnt,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. " '
TinOJrPT'attention riven tnthe stle of COTTON, DK IED
X FRUIT, FEATHelKS, GLSSE.NG, BEWAX, 4c.: -
. - i ' i it i i ' r .. .
Ac, ujkki iTiuni auTHUces tvin ue ixui'ie li rouircu.
fjgT Orders promptly tilled for Cincinnati .Manufactures,
Flour, Whisky, Jtc Ac. '
J??' Agent tor ttte saleofSiar and Tallow Candles, Sale
ratns, Potand'PearlAfb, and Lard Oil, whichwiirbe fur-nith!d'atl'-(rt
market rates without (Smmissim.
I ?OK SALE. Eight beautiful vacant .Lots in Edge
? held, convenient to the Public Squire, and but a- lew
stops from the location of the Nashville and Eoutaville ItaU
tvt.d depot. Tcrmsqisy. K. A. it.VLLOWC,
july8 - . . Gen'I Ag't, No. 17 Ueaderick et.
T7OIt SAI.t;. I ofier Jnr fale Iny VALUAlllE
J. PLACE four miles from Nashville, containing T tVEN
l V-F1VE ACBK,nieaMhejNolen.villejrnTnTnkerbetwecn
Ur. Pttterscn and CoL Thus. Johnson's. -The place is 'well
unproved, has a never failing Spniif: of Crst rate Water, hi.
so, plenty of the Wood. For further part culara cuquire-at
this office, or J B. Love's fcjtote, CcUece Jlill.
junc22 2w. N. McGINNIS.
I REFER the Fanners to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several times, Iain satisfied of itscreat utility. As
the season is advancing, I now offer those 1 have on hand for
L. P. CHEATHAM.
jnnr23, 1B53. 'Nashville, Teun.
Nashville, June 2S, 185S.
Col. L. V, Ctcatiiau: Dtar fnr: I have been using
the "Reaping and Mowing Machino" paten cctedbyManney
o! Illinois, vrhicii you are now offering to the ciliicns of Ten
nessee. It is n nasx bate lasos savlvq Maciuxc It works
jiTATLr and KArmiT. .The amount cat per day mil depend
principally upon tha rpeed of the team. If the train can
travel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres
ia ten hours. It is entitled to tho confidence of the public. '
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.P. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
mate tho following stttement: We havohadfor more than
onu week, one of CoL Cheatham's mowing and reaping
inachinpi,wr)h3vctricd it in clover tnd grain 1-lownand tan
gled, and I now state that itiunn s and cuts cleaner than the
sythr blade, aud that it will mow per day as much as 14
hand, and it ecu reap at leist twenty-four acrrs per day.
june2y-tAw. L. F. BRADLEY.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to fha undersigned
we will expose to rale at public auction, foresh, at tlie
court house door in tho town of La Favette, Macon county,
Tcnn., on Monday, the tth day of Jnly' next, tlK following
valuable real estate tmvit: One tract cf land containing
101 3i acres, lying one mile North east of Ia Fayftfe. Said
land has on it a good two story dwelling, kitchen and other
outhouses (ail now) and 28 or -0 acres fresh cleared Iced
ofgood quality, thereciEiPdcr in woodland, and, if any odds,
he best spring in Macon county.
" AL?0 Another tract of land containing '!2J acres of
wood land, lying north of and in sigut of La Fayette.
ALSO The cqeitahle interest jf 'Jno. S. Vaoghsc, In and
tothc lot No 7 and lot No. adjoiningtho same. Wherroa
the S'-one Dwelling House rjid pardon, out houses, &o, of
John S. Yaughan are sileatd. Said trust dcf-d is mad" by
said nughn to secure certain creditors therein nsrocd.
Sale po-iuveacd TfithoutnMfrve,
DANIEL D. CLAIBORNE, 1 T.,.
june P d JAMF.S H. A'AOGHAN, f iro-lfc3.
i kii u a v in v
Copifal Sfock, Annual Premiums end Western Fund
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most fivorj
able terms, .ag-jin.it
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY TIRE, Olt THE
PERILS OP NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
A'gcnts for Nashville and David.'im County, julyl ly.
LIFE INSURANCE ! LIFE INSURANCE I!
C 0 "M F l m Y
rAACABP0TT, SET'V R. COLT.tSB, PltES'T.
IlUNr.Y II. HYDE, TnAvrxwo Aoent.
SOME of the inducements which the alove Company of
fer are, besides ibMiiug Tolices, guarranteed by our
fe,yjO,0OU Cash Capital upon the same terms as any other
reliable Company. It ifjms term Polices without the
privilege of dividends at a greatly reduced rate, for the ben
(fitot'Creditirs and others rrjuiringtemporsi-Y protection.
Tothav; whocuotpriidentlv.eogBge topav nfpecified
v...,, ,!7TSnV 1T.' wlinle.riTJfe. ilifsues what mav be ealloil
txvmulaiiori Ai-&a, tlie amount of tvhiclt increase, with
pverv amount deoasited wlthllie Company. In castoPaic'c--
aiess tho party eau-rcjuiuciw-". v- ii...... ...
Comnanv'a lianu, ou the same terms ai deposiled.lliedif
fetvneein ae eic-epted. In case of old age or debility, the
then present valuof.be-wholetr,TttPf tho Prney,can
be commuted intoan anmitron U10 fife ofthe rflrty -
'.. ' 3 . , ,.r,l.A ..n..t,nf It. ,l.a
Dn.lt. l. PORTKIt,
-I iOR'THH UA DIES. -Silk Titsuef . Plain and Em
": bs-oidercd,' cm be bought cheap, at the PhiladUphia
5je, , jiincr, 1,.., , - Olll-jijL''",V'
. : - . - H" . r. , , . . r-1-: . a Tti-:
PJ TEKAER.-Anatrrcty of Figured and -Plain
all of this 1 r Ili.rara'SareruTvred atredticed prices at tho Phuedcl
4hiaSime. inner- ' mUS-& H1LLMAN.
1 . ,r UNLINS and .furfrets-' hv l)rcsrs, of .even descrip
. 1 m.litor.aal.eblaiiu
SOlIN & HILLMAN.
T- -)ONNKTS at vrv low ruices ate how offered at the,
phiUdeipMa Store, juner SPUN & HILLMAN.
t XTTANTEO. A few Ibonsand bushels Pea Nuts, for'
V which we will give the highest-market price i
VeMJ ' BEN M.NOEL&-BRP.
AUS. incuses Ia afleoa Kegalia Cifr.ra.
S " IiTn-.VAnas " - n
Tor sale bv nSv21" 'if.UtJOnDONA-CO.
TilCII AND cnr.AP GOODS AT JflCHOL'S
JLv CORNER I have on.hcnd a beautiful casortcieat of
ladies Urcs3 Goods, which will be sold at very reduced
prices, ailhe seisoa is advancing".. Oreat bargaicstaay be
r-Twici. Call soon.
Muslins end Lawns from Sclftc. lSe.,andi5&,andanoe
r.ssortmentpfBerage of all ctvles, Silk Tissoes, Evening
DreJe8,-C, C At a EOoauaaortmcntot.Musouuo
UngsT - JAMES NICftOLf
jsalT No, IZ, Cor. Square and J&rkeVstw
Scar. Tfnlliant,.Cretchton4 cp
ISchr; JP P. iUston, Headland , . . up.
iSchr. rritbn; Brown . a .". . . '. . . .". '. cfd
. ji f IVhiladelphin. S
Schr. lira Brow?Icr, "VjlIiatn3 up
-Sch'r. 'N. JoiieSj-Iitmrnond. . .eld
cenr. iijeesonrg xajiar,.ts.
Schr.jJ. H. Holmes, Lodge'... up-
rti - - f ' - l
Shin Columbia. Smrccs...",.." ".;.' .',..;!. ..cld'Jnn'e 20
Brig Alfred Exall, Golder. 3 .... .j, ...... ,
Scbr.'D. B.' Warner, Harmon. v.
Old Brig Margarethc, Boftr.K
Ship Austria, Tes.?ier f ; , , ,".'.',
Barque Carolina, bhcrwood, . .;up.
Ship Amelia, McKemie...... .'.,xla
Brig .Clinton -XValkcr. ...... . .. . ..up
Ship Catharine, Selzcr....i.-r.i.t......-.:..up
Itoston. ' '
Brig Matamora,Koecrs.... ........ ,-.-...'.. ..eld'
Barque Velocity, Uyder ,...,.;...T.5p'
U'llE OCEA. STEAMIiUS
Sailing Days to and From the United States,
PACIFIC, (Am) LiverpocViTunf 3, lor.. .....New Tirk.
ASIA, (Br) Liverpool. Juno4,for...t.j. .New Tcrk.
nnilCOLDT, (Atu) Havre, June 9, for.... .-..sNew York.
CITY Oi' GLASGOW. (BrUiverrooL June
8,'for - .Philadelphia.
jn IA(A1'.A, (Ur! Liverpool. one 11,'ior. ,uosun.
BALTIC, fAm) 'Liverpool, June 15rjfor..,.....Nw York.
AFRICA. (Brt Liverpool. June IS. for'.'... ...... New York.
HERMAN. fAra) South'roi. June22. for.. ..... . New Ycrb
AMKH ICa, (Br) Liveipool June 25, for-. , Boston:
Aixivnnu, (Ami Liverpool, vune if, ior.-...nenr iorK,
FRANKLIN, (Am.) Havre, July 6, for....
ALPS, (Br.', Lirorpool, July 6, for... '.. .
CITi" OF MANCHESTEB, (Brl Liver- "
pooh' JniyC, for
ARCTIC!. fAm LivernooL Jnh-,13. for....
. . , .New York.
WASHINGTON Am) Liverpool, July 20, for.. New York:
BALTIC, (Am; Liverpool, Jnlv-27, for. NcwYcrt.
- - FROM T11K UN1TEH STATES.
ARABIA, (Br) Icw lork, Juno 15, for Liverpool.
Yv'ASIIINpTON. fAm). June lSt for,. , . . .Soumaiapton.
CANADA, (Br) Boston, June 22, for, .Liverpool.
ARCTIC, (Ataj New York, June 25, for. Liverpool.
ASIA, (Br.) New York, Juua 25ffor..-. Liverpool.
JUMBO LPT, (Am) New York; July 2, for. ...... . Havre.-
VLi ui jiJjASUUW, at, new lori July 6,
fin-. . ; Philadelphia
NIAGARA. (Br) Boston, July C. for Liverpool.
BALTIC, Am New York, July S,for Liverpool.
AFRICA. (Br) New Ycrk. July 16. for.- Liverpool,
HERMANN, (Am) New York, Jiilvl6, for...Scutharapton,:
GLASGOW , (Br) New York, Julv" 16, for. ...... .Glasgow.
AMERICA, . Br) Bos'on, Julv 20,'for Liverpool
ATLANTIC, ( Aid , New York, .Tidy 3, for. . ,f . Xirerpool
FRANKL1N, (Am) New York, July CO, for.. ....Liverpool
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF .EIXIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE;
Or, Dictionary of tlie .Bible,.Theology ReUgioos Biography,
All Religions, Ecclesiastical .History and Missions.
Containing definitions of all religious fcrms; an Impartial
accpnn,toftbeprincipal.christian denominations that have
existed in the world from the birth -of Ghriit to the present
day, wdhmeirloa(racsAEchgioiisRiles and Ceremonies,
asjvellasljhose of the Jews, Mr.homcdans, and, .Heathen
Jation?:tagether.witU.raannsrsand customsof theEast, il
lustrative of the Hoi v Scp'ptures. with a description oi the
Various ji'isMoDary Stations throit'bout the Globe, just
A Presbyterian Clergyman Looking tor, the Chnrea. '
The followers of ChrL't. By Thos. A. Kempi?'-
Talesof the Sacrament; "
The Lives of the Fathers of the Desert ;
TheElevatiou of tbeSoalto Gqd; - .
The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary;
The Spirit of Prayer; A Manual of fjatholic Devotion;
The Key to Heaven; or, a Manual of Fraj cr;
The Golden Manual; or, a Guide to Catholic Devotion;
The Ursulins Manu3l,rTcvfsed edition.
For sale, by juuli JOHN YORK ACQ.
Webster's Speeches, complete in six volumes;
Clay's Life and Speeches; -
Xife and Letters of Joseph Story, ' --'' -
Legare's Works;' ...... nl
PrescoU's Conquest of Mexico; - - :
Preseott's Conquest of Pern; " "
Prescott's rerdinsn'd and Isabcllti;
Preicott's Critical and Miscellaneous Essays;
Bancroft's History of the United States;
Webster's Octavo cad Quirto Dictionaries. For sale by
junU JOHN YORK &C0
THE GENIUS OF ENTESPEISE.
After Rome wa subjugated by the hoards of northern baij
bari&cs m the fifth ce.itury, the luminal ies of science that
had shono with such effulgence upon the Greeks and Ro
man", nerealmo.'textingtushed, Bnd forages tho world lay
in an intcrmtnabla night of mental and moral gloom. Tht
human intellect seems to have laid dormant during the long
and tedious Winter, with no enlivening spring to awakeu
and revivify it3 inactive powers. But at length the dawn of
a brig.iter day begu to appear, and slowly and majestical
ly arose from that murky chaos, the sun of enlightenment,
ordered by Providence, to gladden and illuminate tlie world
with his beams. The advent of PYFER & CO.
Tha Truly Fortunate and Far-famed
PITER & CO.
"In the 19th Century, dispelled like mist before tbo rising
"sun thejiight of mental darkness that has brooded over the
world; anil though their glimmering starhad risen slowly
above the horiron, it culminated wiih the quickness of the
electric spark, and rapidly diffusing its luminous rays
throuihoat tho world, presented to the tranquil gaze of ad
miring millions, the semblance of the
ANCHOR OF HOPE.
Read the great pood bestowed last month.
UNPRECEDENTED AND BRILLIANT LUCK!
The follcicin? lSj(r.did I'r'Uei t'Md the last fear trait:
?55,4?g, in Package Wholes, sent to an old and heretofore
unlncky Correspondent residing in Santa Ucw county,
Florida, who has often said bis turn must soon come,
and he was not disappointed. So much for persever
ance. $S0,0eo, package of Quarters, sent to Tcnncsses.
f 6,000, package of Quarters, sent to Alabama.
$lo,Wi.', package of Halves, sent to Mississippi.
S 15,000, package cf Wholes, sent to South Carolina.
$12,000, in single Whole Ticket, sent to Pennsylvania.
lli,214, "package of Halves, sent to Virginia.
$9,0e0, package cf Wholes, scut to South Carolina.
JgT.oOOP, package of Halves, sent to Noith Carolina.
For brilliant Prizes, always mail your orders,
I "ITER A CO., So. I lA$Uttrtet, Baltimore,
J37 Tlie most successful met hod"to draw a Prireis to
Purchase a Fadxgt! Tho experience of every .day strength
ens this declaration.
''Aosuch tvo-dasFatr at Pilfer ) Cos.
ISf Forward your orders without delay!
Splendid Schemes for Julv, 1853.
3f"TheCatUicate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
jSchr. 3aladi BUlups.i up
Date. Capital No.of Price oi Price of
July, Prizes. Ballots. Tickets. Packages.
1 $U,2M 78Nos. 12 drawn ?2 60 $10 00
2 4,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 4 00
6 20.000 76 Nos. 14 drawn 5 IS PO
6 E?,000 75 Nos. 13 drawn 10 85 00
7 0,000 78 Nos. 15 drawn 5 lrf ou
98 - 37,710 7Nos. lCdraivn C '15 00
539 PO.OOO 75 Nos. lldniwn 10 40 00
.'-Sll 2B.000 76 Nos. 15 drawn S 25 00
12 111,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 00
13 85,000 78 Nos. 1G drawn 10 80 00
14 -- Si',000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 00
15 10,000 75Nos. 14-drawn 4 13 00
IS 50.S59 78 Nos. 20 drawn If, 75 00
18 5 of 12,000 7SNos. 18 drawn ,-'8 30 00
lil - 2o,000 7ft Nos. 15 drawn 5 1G 00
0 SO.S'OO 76 Nos. 12 drawn 10 40 00
21 0,000 75No.. IS drawn 5 16
2 18,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 18 00
3 40,000 75 Nos. IS draws- 10 35 tO
25 3 of 15,000 75 Nos. 11 drawn" 8 30 00
25 24,000 78 Nos. 18 drawn 5 ' 18 00
7 Eo.000 75 Nos. 14 drawn 10 C5 0.
2S 0,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 18 0
.29 12,1)00 78 Nos. 16 drawn 4 12 iO
CO 65 000 78 Nos. 16 drawn 20 So (0
"Drawings forwarded to Correspondents bythofirt
mails after the lotteries axe drawn.
Correspondents will please order a few days before
tb? lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centape in favor of those purchasers
who order bv the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of tlie largest Prizcsjn the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. tggf Hank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will !e promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes utPVFEK & GO'S.
jjg-lten.eniber A Package of Tickets, can drawrocn.
01 me most snieuam prize ia a scuenie.
jSfln order to secure aFortuhe, and the cash immcdiate
, - 1 . 1 . 1 , . 1" . 1 - ,
lyaner me result is Kno;,iue reauers 01 una paper uao
onlyto.remit cash Drafts or priie tickets,, io the Old Estab
lUr, fjruncdaud truly fortunate Eschaneeand Lottery
Brokers, PYi'ER & CO.,
" -jiineSS Inj No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
NEV AB RIVAL
F FINE TRAVELING AND BONNET TRUNKS.
Best Sole Leather (ate et snnngl IrunUs;
miklion'1" " "' " do;
.Cheap .Traveling Trunks, a great variety;
Ladies' Superior Bonnet Trnnks,
Cheap for.cash at BAMAGE & CHURCH'S,
juncia - . No. -la College at
Black " do:
Gents' Elegant Patent Leather Boots;
" Superior French Calf Dress do;
" " peg do;
" Fn.tsT Cloth Cososrss Gaitees;
Just received by BAMAGE & CHURCH,
juhcSy No. 42 College st
JOUN SULLIVAN 3c SUNS,
" vcOMJasSION KEECHANT8 AND AGENTS
For tie Sale of leaf Totaceo, Cotton, Provlsioas, ana
Western Produce Generally,
Barr-Rfccs. Dr. P. Eobertson, James, Walker, Esq,
Messrs.' Johnson & Horne, Nashville, Tenn; June3 mtw
-s k TVTTiP'ivi The Planters' Bank of Tennessee has
J this day declared a dividend of four per cant, on the
C apital stockof said Bsnk, out of .the proflta. for the last sis
ra ocujs; payable 19 swcjyiwoera so uuu.-jslyl-lvr
0. EYTJW, Gtthitr,
TOON & SUTIANU.
GENERAL BOO KSELLEKS..
$c. 44, Unupi Sirtet.licthtille. -
. -;" seMSTSiNa hagktficent.
fglSfORY OF, JilE-INDIAN TUlBfa of North America,.
- pte Chicft. Embel!ihed with . we hundreds and twenty
portraits irom laquuiiaa uwieryta, the Department, ot
v?ar,a't Wash-ngton. to whii is added aJ'map of the-
. Slocction of the various tribes. Price; $1 85t3 folio vols. -
BANCB0Fr3 History, U.SSvqIs. jsT
'LORDJBACON'S Works,-, vols. A tew6suppy iat re
Life and Speeches of Wm. Wict. 2 vols .
POPULAR EDUCATION, For the tuo of Parents and
Teachers, and for young persons of botlrse.tcsJJliyIrA May
hew, A M, We suprrintfndent-cf Public Instruction, Jficli
MARGARET CECIL; or "I can, because I ought " Bt
Cousin Kite, author cf "Setabont itatonce," etc
A LADY'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; A selected
Translation from the German of IDA PFEIFFER.
MY NOVEL; or, Varieties in English I.iip; By air E.
NAPOLEON IN EXILE; cr, avoice from StHclcna.
The opinions and rrflecttons of NAPOLKON, on the most
important events inhis life and governmeut, in his own
words, By BE O'Meara, his late siugn.
HOME IS HOME, A Domestic Story.
GREENWOOD LEAVES; A collection of Sketches and
Letters, By Grace Greenwood, 1st cndEndScries.
- t EAKSEVS ANNALS OP TENNESSEE.
TOON & RUTLAND have iust received
THE HISTORY OFTKNNLiSSEE to tho beginning of
the Nineteenth Century. By J. G. M. Ranisey.v JIf
P. ot hnoxville. jcnelS" -
PATENT SHOULOER SEAMEW. SHIRTS.
Wc STO in receipt cer S. B. Shvlnek. r.nnthr invclM
of this justly celebrated make of Shirts making our assort
ment complete. Among which may be found. -
T;.. r; . 1 ' i , i"t, w .. "
x-iue juiueii wiiu suiuuiag cjju uvron uoucrs: -"
Mnslin '" " '
" " Wove Bosoms;
" " " " Fancy;
" Foil Cambric Bosoms:
0 dz Boy's ShirL;
Any of which we warrant to fit
N.. 13. To those who prefer bavine their Shirts made to
order, we would say that one of our firm will visit the North
.early in July, and we would takerauch plstsure'in hivin
their orders filled. MYERS, & McGlLL, "
Gents' rumishing Store, 55 College street, near the Square.
TRUNKS, TRUNKS. We have in
store a few extra French Sole Leather
. z-i coietjeatner, cm eel springs;
22 " " ''
'og 11 u i( a
80 "" '" '.' "
" 31 J
For sale by
" " For Ladic3. and Genl'm
' MVE11S 4 McGILL,
ihirc, 5S' College itreet, near the,
CARD. -I beg leave to inform my friends and pat
rons that I have removed to the store on the comer of
Ceder and Cherry streets, from my-old f.ind next door.
Also to inform them that I have on hand a choice lot of Ci
gars, Suufii, Tobaccos, and Pipes ; these in want of good ar
ticles, wouiu uo wen 10 call, as l Keep a todaccosist mobs.-
Little Indian, corner Cherryand Cedar sts.
A DWELLING MOUSE WANTED:If saitu
ed in "situation and mice we will faake the navaients'
LATE ARRIVALS.-Jnst receiving this day per
steamer Nashville, ditectfrom New Orleans.
335 hhds Sugar, of various qualities from good medium
tn very prime;
300 bags ltio Coffee, seme cf the best that bas been in
this market this season;
For sale cheap for cash, by
feblS DAVIS ti SWANN.
SUNDRIES. Receiving this dav, per steamer Nash
ville, SO coils indit nope, assorted sues;
50 boxes Oranges, best Cicily;
0 do Lemons do do;
25 do Lemon Syrup;
28 bag3 barge Pecans;
20 do Filbers;
0 nests Tubs;
JO sacks S S Almonds;
10 frails US do
0 bags Pepper;
10 tierces ltice;
5ii boxes tresh M R Ruisins;
10 ceroons bests F Ind'go; for sale cheap for cash,
DAVIS & SWANN.
No 73, Public Square.-
COFFEE TOR FAMILY USE. 40 bags real old
Government Java Coffee;
WJ Djgs Laguyra uonec;
2 bales old Mocha do. real African: now landincr
per steamer H R W HilL For sale very cheap by
janift u. 1.1 taA.a.
KENTUCKY MLXITAEY INSTITUTE,
DIRECTED by a Board of Visitors appointed bv the
State, is under the Snperindendence of CoL R.
T. P. ALLEJi, a distinguished graduate of West Point
and a practical Engineer, aided by an able faculty.
The course of study is that usually taught i j the best
1 1 -.1. ,T . 1 jj..; . . -I .. J . e
LXueireo. wimuic auumuu vi iui umcuucu wuiwut
Mathematics, National Sciences, andThcoretic and Practical
The buildincs of the Institute will be entirely reEtted, and
arrangements made for l-eating them with steam before the
opening of the ensuing fall term, which will render the In
stitute enUrely unequalled in regard to health, convenience,
and e greeableness of residencies it is already in thorough
ness ol instruction anu strictness 01 govcrnmeni.
The Seventh annual term will open on the second Monday
in September, 1B53. Entire charge S100 per semi-annual
s-ssicn, (Surgeon's fee ?2 extra,) payable in advance.
Address the toupcrinicuuent, 31 "iuuuary institute,
Franklin county, Kentnckv," or the undersigned.
P. DUDLEY, President of the Board.
Louisville Journal, StLcuis Republican, 1'ittsburg Gazet
te, Nashville Republican Banner, Nashville Union, and
Memphis Eagle, will publish in city and country issues, to
the amount of $20, and send bill to the Superintendent at
the Institute. july 3, 1853 Sm
JOHN K. I1UJIE,
No. 57, College Street
HAS this day received, by Express, from New York :
Beautiful new style Collars;
" limb (1 undersiccves;
Black Lace Mitts;
Hair Cloth Skirts; t
Lace Mantles and Toints;
AI.RO On hand. Bareses. cheap Muslins, beautiful Silks:
also, a beautiful selection of Chinese, Spanish and Persian
Fans, and a general assortment of Dry Goods of every de-
I7OU ;ENTIiE3IE.. John K. iJmne lias justre
'' ceived en excellent supply of those Shoulder Seam
Patent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cravats; :dso, Lisle
Silk and Kid Gloves, Cloths, Casdmeres, Vcstings, Ac.
jun'23 JOliS fr.uuJiE, no. w uonegest.
MUELEKS, LAWNS, BAREGES.
TOIIN K. IIUillEhas in store an excellent assort
ment nf nrnlin:. Tjiwns and Dress Goods, n-
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 Lawns and
Muslins left, at Ual2 cts per yard. june 5
RIFJ.E POWDER Wo have on band, and are
receivinsr from the Mills, full supplies of the following
descriptions of Powder: .... .
icnnessee lime, m quarter, imu, auu ...twj.
ing, in kegs of t!5 lbs. and barrcb of 100 lbs each, Saftey
Fue, i n quantities to suit the purchasers.
Onr powder is manufactured in Davidson county, End
warranted cpial to any in the market.
Orders shall have prompt attention.
CIICATHAM, WATSON t. CO.
apU at W. H. Gordon k Co.'s., Public Square.
COTTON YARNS A supply of Iio.'s 500,600,700,
S00 "Sycamore Cotton Yams,' constantly kept by
.mil CHEATHAM, WATSON 4 CO-
COPARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION. The Co,
partnership heretofore existing under the firm of hoax.
Hillmas & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
may28 e tf A. FRANK tUO.
GOPARTN ERSHIP NOTICE. The undersigned
have this day formed a Copartnership, under tho Erm
of Sous & Hiwmaw, and will continna the Dry Goods Busi
ness at the store heretofore occupied by Sohn, Hi ilinan A Ca
. MIKL SOHN,
mTpq cx LEON HILLMAN.
LIKELY' NEGROES JFORSALE. 3 girls from
to 13 years old.
Two Boys, 10 years old.
OnoNo. 1 young man; also aBIacksmitn.
' b , daBBS k PORTER,
Inlv2 No. S3 Cedar st.
AGAZINES FOR JULY :-
Uabpses risw iiu.vriu-i,
Gcaii m's MaCausc
rinr,pT' i.ioies' Book.
For sale by CHARLES W. SMITH,
T WISH to sell tho Farm on which 1 cow reside, Z miles
A from Nashville, on tae miuuif xrauaiiu mropiAe, aca
conUtiniog too acres, about equally divided into timber and
cleared land. There is everything cn it to renderit desira
ble as a country residence, such us a great variety cf fruit,
an abundance of spring and wel water, grass, 4o. If de
Virod it will be divided into small portions.
For terms. Ac, apply to Joaat Kirkxax or to
inneSO-dAwtf. W. D GALE.
"T EiuONS. Tea boxes rresu Auionsjiui reeaveaDy
R. & J. NIXON.
Tl TAKE YOUR UViK i-liHStHltYJS. Jusire-
jjX. ceivedwsillototnauoagKi smxsweior rreserv.
THE ILLUSTRATED NEWS for Saturday, July -2,
1353, .will contain the following splendid Engraving.
Father Gavani defending himself with'w"rajr in the
Pulpit of St; Genevieve, Quebec, against the tjotcrs.
Gsvazzi lecturing ia Zioa's Church, Montreal.
Oayazzi Riot outside Son's Churcli, MontreaL
Soldiers firing 'on the Bwters. 7 K
'Magniiieent; Engraving of the Cj of Jeruialan Hcljr
Land" occupies a wholiypage of the paper, "3
Reception cfthe Baltimore Firctaen in NcwYwk;
.Ilhifonnk'nfechaalcsi Engine cSSpaay cfllaltanore.
j v-Uniform"of Colurabia Engine Go.j3pow York ,;
-"- Columbia Engine, New York. W
-. Ylaw or Memphis,Teaaesseo Scene of theTSeSoc.thefn
Ming of a Railway Bridge at Wateiford, 'g'.'-Y
Napoleon the Great. -Ja W
His son, the Dnke of Brckhstidt r v .
His Nephew, LouU Napoleon. S
"The whole forming the r4t magni?cent steeiif cacri". '
viojs ever issued in this eotmtrr. Prjcel( Cehfli-fsVr
year. This jumber begins a voluntas FjTfAUAN
Jht W --Agcnt.
NEW SINGING BQ.0E9. I haV4Ijust received a few
dozen copies pC-f'tie Ifatjivf Gilumtie," (vnewwork of
Vocal Jlitsie , wyitterriu theSeTen $tes or Syes, all of
which hare different shapes", whichwurk is saidjQ be very
popnlar. Published bv 3L-L. Swatt, Knoxville, Tcnn., and
for sale by julvT , P. HAGA.SXvMarket st.
Admiration Excited. and .EonHlaritr
JH E elegance andfceautr of tha Spring Fajhion of HAT
Hat B mp o'ri u sai , ?
OfFRAKCISCbAWHITMAHihMftrpl'f,! tho llvltr.t f..
dcaco ofararobatlon Iron those whose tute.exnerlencH and
judgment, enablv them to appreciate Its merltf. ,
11 jouair. an (uimiteroi a
call and examlDelu
next door to tha old eland or M'Salr' jtHairiltou, wfcro
they urealwaya ready to erVe all, l-tfrfpil little; old and
yonnff, n-ho aro inqaestorsoin'etliinK tokjatnent tha head.
ra.7. Ko. 3lPuUlfc i?rere.
ova vEff 1 L.vn; i vi 1 1 i-iinocicv .noun
TAIN KKtVEBII.lTS, -
Y-Kara now HiaKiiigasuperior ar
ticle ot the Eottjr ifounWa Silver
Beaver. We -ventilate Itusui lokepp
the Head cool and prevent tha Hair
from fatllnc off In hot weatter. -To
ihntsfr why wih cn elegant Beaver,
please call and leaVO-Tour orders at
tee 111 1 emporium or
Vt'tx Iiuve now
naf, Plaadlllee 1 and Blonde FIa!a,0ilk
Fancy rtat itore fcf
FEASCISCO & WHITMAN,
majT J5o23i PnMIc Sinare.
PANAIfA, Xeghnrn. Rldck Tfghorn, Oampea-
cny. UHciion, union, noriaat h:iaw, tTs I'caai
Braid. and everv variatv of Straw Hat fir the
Summer wear, at . F.KAKGJSCO.S: WJfTM.K'S,
may fo. ?3 f upilir- ife.nare
FUENIXUKE! rimNITirREr! ' ,
J Ail just recti viosn une assortmeit ut r ur'(tt;."iT;'g
-niture of the latest end taost approved 5Pt
styles, whicli will be warranted as recommend-'. "
ed, and will bo sold as cheap sa tho cheapest. Having en
larged, my Ware rooms, I stall keep an assortment ei Gil
bert's superior Pianos, alsa Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors. Ac Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent frco to the Railroad cx an vwherc in tho city. Remem
ber 45, union street,.Cneap iurniture .Depot. .
(vt ' t 11 HnnTnv
ajui . n , 1.11. .i'jihu...
4A Ehave "raccivedby recent arrivals nine
more of those uCTivaUe'dJ'iASOnifide!
-i 1 1totky"
bv'JfB.'Duninro.and AdjimStolarrArCa. off?
VEriousSfylcsaiid sizes, which will be sold veryloiv. for
caih or good notes drawing inteiest. and. warranted to rive
satisfactton'in every respect.
ap W. S i. 11. trKlit,.H t ItliU it uu.
NEW SOItL AND NEW UUUDS.
A. 3. & C. V. E03SBTS0S",
-V0.45, COLLEGE STakST, lYASriTLLS,
DEALERS L BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. AM)
ARE cow opening in a new store at their Did ,ji
St;Kd, an eotire new and large asscrtment cf 17 mi
SUMMER BOOTS. SHOES. GAITER??. BUSKIXS iteL
andSLIPl ERS.madeof best materials, und in the hitit
ntyUs. Consisting of a great variety, to which we invite the
attention of our former customers, and purchasers general
ly. Feeling grateful to a liberal public for a long and liber
al patronage, we eater the trade agiia, hoping to tdease all
in quality and price. A. B. & C, W. ROBERTSON.
Best Iron Frame Trunks and t'urpet Bags,
THE CELEBRATED "GENIN" HAT, for gentlemen.
J. II. CURREY,
Furniture Mannfeoturer and Healer.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends sSS(3a
and the public generally that he IjjKiiiESvp
keeDS a full assortment of Furniture on
nana, consisting 01 uireaus, ara-roocs, ueasteaas, fiac
boards. Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shuwer-Balbs,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and on very reasonable terms, with despatch.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order cemmon shuck
kept constantly on hand.
Undertaking Havincr iust received frcmNewYorka
lot of the air-tight and air eir.utted Metalic Cofans, al
orders for CoEns can be filled in very short notice, from
tne I'lam servants to tne nee wetaiic or uovcrea, ana on
very reasonable terms; together with everything necessary
All orders left at mvstoreon College street. No. 25, oppo
site the Sewance House, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. J.U.CUKUbV.
N. 15. Shaving, Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend
ed to when desired, bcvs J. 1L C.
TO DRY GOODS MERCHANTS. '
rpHURSTON & BERNARD, No. 9. UnicnsUetst, Nashvllh,
X liave jnst received on consignment, a largp lot of Irish
Linens, direct from Ireland, whicli they will rell to Mer
chants by the piece or case; to suit customers. Buyers will
do well to call and examine them, as we will cell them at
cost, 10 per cent less than Eastern nrires, for cash.
ji:ne2o THURSTON & BERNARD.
Murfreesboro' News and Clsrtsnlleo Jcffcrsonim eppy
three times, and send to this office for settlement.
IpOR SALE. Two fine thorough-bred three year old
Colts, in tine condition, to be trained this fall and now
in walking exercise at the Nashville Course. Also, t wo sood
anJ thorough-bred two year olds. W. O. IIARDIXtf.
juncl8 trwlm c w
aHECo-parluershiphtrctoforo existing nnder (he style
and firm of Puilups AILurr is thisday dUsolved by
mutual consent. All persons, iudebtcd to the flrnr are re
quested to make immediate, seltlemcuf, and all having
claims against the same will present them for payment
Either nartnerwill use the name of the firm in liquidation
only. WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
.1 tii.-.i,r , 1
Julyl, lax. ui.iiiiA iiiini, or.
I cheerfullv recommend Mr. Henry Hart, my successor
and late partner, to the former friends and customers" of the
House, and respectfully solicit for h'un a continuance of that
patronage so liberally bestowed cpon tho late firm.
Jruyi 11 ai.kaiv.ia i.iiuiii
IH VE this day associated w-tn me in tne tauunng nu
siness my srn, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be conducted m the name of ,1. I). .Uarctr S tnjn. All
persons indebted to me, by note oraccount, will please coma
up and make payment J. D. MARCH.
r5g Tlmnkiul for the liberal ware of patronage Iwi-eto-fbre.
a continuance or tfce same is respectfultv solicited."
. 1 : -t J. tCATlViir C CUV
in v. It. lUAIil.l Ji..i .
MORE TO BE DESIRED THAU' GOLD -YEA, TilAlf
KOCU FINE GOLD-
as a remedy in all cases of Bowel Cpaiplaint, Djienta
ry, Diarrhea, Bloody-Bnx, Griping, Cramps, Chronic bmv
el complain i, Cnolera Morbus, and the early ajmpt4ni3 cf
Asiatic Choiera. 1 have ceitiucatcsci ns value irt.m ur. 1.
R, Hibbard, Chairman of the Board of Health, New York;
ur 1 it corresi, 01 rtcw lurit; uapt iaiu., 11 iuiwhi
New York Volunteers; Morris rrankliD, Presiilectcf the
Board of Aldermen of New York.
It has been very generally used throughout this State for
Premonitory svroptoros of cholera and bloody-fluv.- and
wherever it is known has theentirc confidence of all classes
of the community. ALEX. MACKINZlKji.asliviiK
HALF the Children of our country die under tivefyears
..of age, Tii Ciairei?) Pazicexaf the .Grvfebiurg
fin iatlm mnet. valuable rcniedv in exifencefbr alt tho dis
may7 :o. 03. FBiilic-bgcarr. Orleans in tweuty-fivc hours, and with Memphis in fourteen I 21 run vs.' " T
Ituacjv for Kliibiiiou. 1 Lousclturttinlasthinono vearthe communication will be l 'S Hoarardivs. "
COlIPtETE aortraent of .Ctrtlrcvt-vrttrrCrIeST!rraifaa7anhaliTu' I 6 SandWse.j.".' ,
. Infant's.and LUtle Mios' iftraw, ( thaton ccsiiIrlwnAfUvVn-rfata: Rrd!m.ifls.r. mrmrain. I SJ'i'ani-jirharsair.-vs"
. r-1, -1 .! , 1 ... . - -r - - , . , .
;,aui..n.iu vu....i, .-jr- finn l hp iiwt.l Ir III Hi- inmul "CnrSJL- X in ..If,,,, I Mir, Va.. " . I
cnilChtoa Ceaildo: MUss Zarli- I : V V ... r: ' . r. t TXtVififrs: . "
orders ot young children, from ene hour to five jearff" olil,j-cj,5,-
Ii is known to every Jlotter-wnonascvcrnsFa 11, una rasa
therebv been saved days of amdety and sullerin.
There are in the State ofTcunesst'e hundreds of children
now livpi" who without this wonderful medicine would
have been in their graves.
Itia for sale at every Druff Store m the State atSG cents-
per bottle. ii,LA. a.,n.i.it, m
. . '. 1.f..tuMln Italia l Ann
. . . - w w -lr ni.-rj-Tf7tt. r n -
J UU J.J J. , , -
TE 4lCUER WANTED. The Trustees of Ten-
1. J n o--rU r TMohcn.tntjiVfi
charge of said institution, who can prodace saUsfactory evi-
dcnceofhiscompetency to teach the various branches com-
only taushiln Academies. Such a gentleman can find im
mediate employment at a Iibiralsalary. A gentleman with
8 family would be preferred. By order or tho Board.
J DAKlOUS WATERHOUSE.
Washington. Teun-v Junetf.- 1W.2. Sesfy.
Ii TAGNOLIA COTTON. We are ejrtr-ts lor the
JjLa)e of the celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTON-SEED,
... tiVLn-hirh several rears crucricnce with Sotno of our
kbest planters has proven to be better adapted to Middle Ten-
I .r onrtlir TM PVCr C1TIWT!. Ca Sinn t.T tbV will
111 be gone ' JOUNSONA SMltlf,
SOUN tk. HILLMAN. have oa
band a Urea assortment of Jackonets, Cstnbrics
Tape. Checks, Swiss Muilins, India' Books, Bishop Lawns,
Victoria Lawns, Striped Jsckonets. DottedSwias, Embroid
ered Swiss, Toilets, Fine sheetiog. &c, Ac. All ofwhich are
june 19 No 1?, Public Square
PARASOLS of every description we now oficred at
ja-," No 18, PublisSusr.
16 PSEVEXTNEIiVOtJS KEADAtME AND HRMZx
TU3tE X0i3 OF. HATS.
WEAR WATERFlfeLD A WALKER'Sr White Cassi
mero Hats, cr their hKht TenUIated Rocky Moun
jtua Beavers. They are the most pleasant Hat forSemmcr
wear ever introduced cf Eiinerior Coitt nil lr.nt
aigru They have a one assortment of ihem. at nriccj cin-
L pngTrom 0 to JS W.
UBrcrencuiitoicsKta iiats tm contianc to be
tue leading hats nf the season. Tosuitthc ii!.-,no
1 rAwPthemvcry light and clastic, Bythaaidi-fourOa-
I nrp ttrA rlillv r-. . i-Ti ,,5n Il4a -i,t ava-w i
.... - - ....... t . Vl O UIU
shape of head. Those who wish a Hat made to order
should call at WATERE1ELI) A WAI.KF.RS
SUMMER HATS ;JIjJAi 1 vo siuut e.. ,
' balance of our large stock of Summer Hats ot reduced
prices, they consist of Panama Leghorn, Campeaehey, and
el-ery variety of Straw. Those who want ummer bats
should calLivuvc intend to clean thetn. all out by ibe elnsc'
0'fthes.uson. " ' WATEBFIELDA WALKER,
jane!7 City Hat Store, West side the Sqttare.
T,,. HAT AND CAP STORE.
HAnKFCL to our friends and the public in gen
crat, fin-the patronage thus far extended to us,
WerCSDTCtfullr-AUMf MAi;n.M;nn Hn.t
inS, thrt'on to' the elegant Soring style of SILET
11 ATS, Pfoiir own manufiictare. which; in quality and bean- f
y surpasseabTBnylnthiacity. Purchasers will
do well to examine their Hats bpfora bnving elsewhere
it. An LANDE, ELSBACK & CO.,
Hat and Cap Mannfactnrer Mirket street, NashviUe.
I UdT received H Urge supplr ofhirrh and low mm
tt Mens and Boy 3 iur Hats, Cassimere do, Pcasido.
Metrcpolilan dot, which we are enabled to sell either whole
Snlf orretail, nu most fworablo terms.
nprihJ LANDE, EISBACK A CO.
JUST received a well assorteil Stock or STRAW UUUII.S,
comprisinga large variety of Panama, Igrwrfj, Pedalo
and Palm Leaf, Ac, tor Men and Boys, which wdl bo dis
posed of at an extremely low rate,
april 2 LANDE, ELSBACK A CO .
"VXE have now on land a very fine and extensive Stick-
-T T 01 iieauy mane sr wu A.N u au.ipu-;ic ULOTlt-.-ING,
cntaiad made up in the latest and most :tipproved
style, among which can befound. Coats, Pants-aml Vests, of
every description. AH of which we can sell at satisfactory
ESfCountiy Merchants will find it to their interest to
cail on us, as we are determined to sell at small profits.
LANDE, ELSBACK. & CO,
ap2 No. 4", Market street, Nashville, Tenn.
SALE OF TOWN LOTS
' I 'HE unders'smsd will acaia offer fur sale on TUESDAY -
i Ikr Sd day ofAngnst, lSW, a large nfiailyrof
very ccoice DcsmesS ana resiOence lots ta the to-xn site of
We desire to impress Uuponthe comniunitv, that therein
no nuuiscggery ia.u Haiirnrnr. mat. upon.me comply ticq
of tlio-ashtilie and New Orleans,-' The- Mobile and Ohio.
The Memnhis rii! Charleston, and TIm AVTnitiLiinit A Li-
sbsraatuilrDaits. a Itailroad commumeatKn will beorkned
f r , . . . 1 .
thirty-live hours that upon tha coicpletlon-cf jhe- Roads
north-eut a-i-I isirth-wcst from NatvriIe, o communicaiicn
....'II !..- 1 .. r . T .11 , 1. a- . .t . ... ii" . .,
mil uviijAinj TiiuiHii my .luriiHu, ;ionuit rsiem, ani
NorMasternv-tties, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, IteP
timotv, Ac .-Ac1, rr tidy to sixty hours. Th'tsiu the short
spaco of'av in . :lu k eai s.command Will be had from
lliis point. hShfeu' hours-, of all the Northeru. Norttvastirn.
Eastern, South-eastern.KoutltErn, South-westem, Western,
and North western markets.
These paramount advantages, coraWped with the com.
mandinaocautvof the sitoandscenerv. unrivalled iealth
falocss of the place, salubrity of tha'climate, great beauty of"
ice surronnaing country, productions ol tne sen. anipic andt
commodious mdth of the streets, certainly render this place"
central in a remarkable degree, and adapted in every respect
to business of every variety, and to the most desirable and.
5 -Tesx One and two years credit with approved securi
ty, or one-third cash, (deducting interest in proportion
to time) and balance in one and two years, without secu
ritv. Plans of town may be seen at the place, and any informa
tion furnished by application to the proprietors;' Messrs.
Deeherd & Sandford. DAN. TREJG,
jane 81 td Auctioneer. ,
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PENNSYLVANIA. ' "
Opc-eon Color ctrcet,octr Via Mutual PrcitaUor. O-Jkn.)
(abstract or a:cncal STArncerrsro kat 1st. I8.V3.)
Assets, Mav 1st, 1S52 f209,01 51
Premiums for the year ending. May Ut '52 ,. 135,250 IS
Intereston Loans; is. ,...,V.. .. "L816 C"
Guarantee Stock, additional to above' . 100,000 00
. 87,85 1 SI
Losses, Expenses, returned Prcmiuins, Ac.,
?o May 1st ,
CapifalMavlst, 1855 .-. 8S5S.818 70
The rapidly accumulating Capital of this Ccmpanjf is the
best guarantee cf its entire reli bilif. Risks taken on the
most moderate terms, and losses adjusted and mat herc
JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent
Nashville, My8. 1858 tf -
KOUSSO Is a new and infalliabls remedy for Tape
Worm ; we aro in receipt cf a supolv of the genuine
article. ctayiil CURREY A MARTIN.
ALWAYS ON HAND Fresh supplies of all THE
CIIOICEAND PCRE CHEMlCALS-sueh as
Quinine? Morphia, Soheioe,
Btbtermt, ZKtucarivm, OUcf r$ol,
Verotrtni, Gtlorcform, CcQcdhir,
Oil Cnbtrbs. Oil Tobacco, Cibrate Pota3sa, Sub. Nit Bis
onnth, Cyannret I'otissa.lod.l'otassa, Wine of Colchicum
Seed ,Svrnp Buckthorn, Svrop of Speeac, Ac, At. all war
rantedy.tand pourine. " CURREV A MARTIN.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS. Thankful
fertile xtr? cztensict patronage which has beei ex
tended to our Prescription Department by the 3Iedical
Faculty of the city, we wish to assure them that none but
the purest and freshest C&emicah azd Pharmaceutical Pn
pcraUons arc used for compounded prescriptions in our
bouse. This department being onder tho especial charge of
Dr. Currcy, the utmost care and vigilance will be ucd to
avoid anverrors either iu tho compounding or in the dis
pensing cf Prescriptions. With neainest, rcadinez, and uc
cvracy in compounding, and genvinrnet and fre&neu in
our medicines, we hope to continue to merit the patronage cf
the Medical Faculty and cf the community.
maySl CURREY A MARTIN.
REMOVAL. STRETCH A ORR have removed g
their stock of Drugs, &c, to the new and large Vy7
Stcro House recently erected on the corner of College
and Union streets, (known as Fife's corner,) where they will
be happy to see all of their customers.
DR. T.E. BRYAN respectfully offers his service, to
the citizens cf Nashville in tho practice of Medicine,
and espreiaUy in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fice on the corner cf Union and Summer streets,
june 17, 1853.
IT'OR SALE. Avery desirable Residence on Broad
. street, betweetrSiimmer and High sts.; persons wish
uig to purchase a healthy location, and one convenient to
the business part of tho citv, would do'well to examine it
For terms apply to ' R.A BALLOWE,
junlo j Gcnl Agt, No. 17 Dcaderick st
ITALIAN JIEDICATED SOAP For render
ing the harshest skin delicately smootfce, white and soft,
removingsaliowiiess, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tnn,
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
them if alrcadv formed, eliciting ou the cheek of ago the
clearness antfsmcothness of votitb. Prepared by Dr. P. F.
Goureud, 67 Ynlkcr st , 1st Store from Broadwav, N. York.
Forsaleby teb3 - GEORGE" GRE1G.
FRENCH WINES AND BRANDIES. Alwajs
on hand, a well asserted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, put np in wood and bottlesand f.T sale by -febS
PINE A PLUS AND PEiVCIIES Just re
ceived, a fresh let of Pine Apples and Peaches, pnt up
nglass jars, andor sale by . GEORGE GKEIG.
TVTUTS. Jutreccircd,ana-isrtcienioffiesIi Nnuaml
IN for sale by febu iSEORGE GREIG.
C1IIEE.SI1. SO boxes W'esIfnTTleservft - Cheese, "re
ceitedandforsalcl.y MA OBORGFGRBIG.
T3INI1 Al'IMsU, CHEIiSE,-75 bores. riop.UB
i GOflien Pure Apple Cftp'jsc, 1 - civwland for sale by t ,30 Pntr-vs Whartonr
IGS.-n hand and f"r .".tie
pics, by f-'bv
a wnatllot of vtrv tine
GVSL lROPS. A tret.li supjHv ol hnest qualityUnm
Ireo3 of various ftivoi, iust received and forsalo by
ftb9 GEORGE GREIG-
CIHOCOIjATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
small sticks and in half poimd cdie , put up in tin foil,
and for sslaby ftb3 GEORGE GREIG.
RENCII NT.UCA CANDY" Just received by
extress atmall lot of White French Neanga Cahdv put
up in tin foil and for gala bv OEORGE ORfilG.
(1 REEN TEAS. S3 cans fresh Green Teas, berme
JT icsliy sealed, on hand ainl for sale by
I7RESII TEAM. Jiistrecfived, an e-vtra assorrtnent
; of R'acl: and Gretn Teas of tho finest qualities import
ed, and warranted superior, for sale by
febl GEO. GKEIG, Union street.
ISSQLUTION. The Copartnership heretolbrc ev
, . . . .
j isnnp-under thestvle ot UAKXWl.iUtu a aioi-
I .rZ .... P . . . . f . , . . If t
ntlncimdir Ibestvle 01 UAKI Wl.llitll a wwi-
STRONG, u thii day dwsolved by mutual consent M. L
I Cartwrirht having purchased the Books and MbcK ct tne
t.l.fm nrttt Mlitinno tha tlrnr business St the old Stand.
I on the corner of 11 read and Market streets, find most irv- 1
j spectfully solicits a continuance m pairoBK "
tomers of the old firm and tho pubbe generally.
juno 82. 18S3 lm.
TEDAR TU:UER 1 baveamstMtly on hand. '5
tj miles from Nashville on the Railroad. Cedar bill and
I tetel Timber. Flooring asd all other Cedar Timber, at the
doted 'Site Alfc,beibrStitat which I millo-d on
cars' at S0 per thouaancL. Orders will bothanklully receiv
ed and promptly a tended to by the subscriber.
illTE GOODS AND TRL"J."iinVGS.-Dotted
Swiss, Plain do super Cnairrfedanf Cocked do, I
G fnlt V.inJvV V,,17n .T.lU, r.t
Kiaii Jaconet nndSwiss Flonnctsg, Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at JlcCLELL AItTJV,
jnne!3 -No SO.- Pchlic Square.
ANT-EES. SCARFS, &c We have some ve-y
Rich Mantles en hand, new style, in Silk, Lace. Apli
ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, Vhi:e Crape Shawls, lluslia
de Lane do, which we will close out vcrV cheap.
june23 No g". Public Square.
RAHAJH BREAD. Graham Uread for uui
Tie1, N13 IVCLLS tlASJAaCJS.u(tf-flHtMjLxZ.
THIS establishment is oor prr vided with Haitry and,
To-lcbmtifee.oftKeillosfranilem cnaWWUn; also
with ihe best .Mech.imcal skill thatihecountrvjriSirds, and-jespec-fully
solicit onf-rs. They are preparMb muo as
. RAILROAD MACnrNEBYi
bWhzsZccomcticct for Pissengrr and FiH Train.
Passenger, Freight, and Repiur Oars cainpl4. JM alaort
cvery Cescriptioa orwortr,at.rta;ninsti lUil Ifeodi.
Boit and stehanjry fnta 3 to &X) hortXHrsr-with
boilers of tta bal Tt.ie,xSrr. '
SAW MILLS. r.
Machinery corspleta -for fitting up Sash or CirasSir Saws,
complete Wita the uewertaad ma-it apcnMvsJ whUa.
.. . GRIST MILLS.
.nfiat Ei,t Jlschinery made fi.r all sixes, majkte: U
S!ermh MnervfcrSusarMilUaidCottorfSini at.
. " ROLLING MILLS.
Engtnes,.Cast Iron Rollers, andali mschuurT for Ek
mg JJlILs cottipteif -raadd at abonest notice.
BR 1SS ANIUROM QAST1NG.
uracydescnprioD, with shafiin?, mUl gearinir water
wheels, east inin lu,knntM A- 5 ""'
I , , , ' , , U,lHVKr.
ciKciin- couict, ojnU,0., jTTrrrr
r-PrZu; J ?ati 'Td b Cl"rt thit blntUVr th
Clurk.bail di.ld.. mel,I.t Docket isu, lea" Vl rt- v. o2
lilrd rrtpectlveij Uuflrrj- iln,Jt. ,unt. UW L t fnrX
wettuor tha Term. Ta t n.i cio.v ,natt b!ti-,l t thZ
ittl otlhe IKKiet, bat allihall be tried cr eQAtiaxedta tar
KrucSm! Jaitgmeirt1a trnlltli-ile d rases aaifadimsau
bvddfault maj botakenanaeretufore.
Kctc Sfd. It shall iwliitidatj of the ifterk within fort v
davsaltcrthe adtoarnmcnt.of Coartto dlvtdii lh ,v,i-.',
I ssiated,and paoUh in or.e or two newipupotinl general
L dtouUtioii INa caaese far 'rial darta tbe
tiiThtve uot.ee whtn theirs ttemlarce hIIi btreaoired
KuLith. It .hall rariBprmore he the iuty oltiia t terft In
Utuiussutiroonasfur the witnesses to suncion th .
una on thattrtt, Mcontl.th-rd, nr fuartb .Vowliv of tj
1 rul"5 oaasa stands n tie Dcrki-s.
Under theabovs Ualea U f-Uluvinr causes will tLznu iTr
triatdurtnsUieDrst wkortae Term: "r
1 IJson & Davit, useoAir.,' 173 Sloan v rtaskeilt
Bristu. Ad'wfr Ewtnjc v Earn t a'
2 W BalBS,T.5 UK, l'S Marof AIuSKsnart-
, 3 Nee"y, va.Olln.an; 1?T Ne.t vs KlStX s'
' 4 Mlman.vs. totrand; . 1T3 State ,f Tencist-a v.
5 S A C K n Co, . Keed; tlvTi L a-
' frUTingst9ufv.Gato; , Hadscnj vt. Ci WaiT
7 Oilman, tj. Wrtgot; 1ft) 6Imoii va Sileh.
8XkOllB Co, tat Oon-j . 4th IVPi'ir
. .0-Noel-.vs. Walton: . ts- U'.in . .
,ju ureuiMir, vj.iirHige 10;
ia Creech, vs.
ISO Concern Jame.i
191 Iloabj & Hol.j: -rj
?? Mtttnaa tr Ktlis
193 Kane v u,
J77 Evaas jL?mi C'-.'.
20 alnn, yt.
" rm Forehand uae V4crr,i.
- ' 1S9 Lesieoro r 1 u
- t '-'u? V?vdj. ase c
' w. , . Baras . ai
, 201 Anient v Hozaa i j
' SC.' Ho.dvsCole, -
32 Voury, y.- 1
rrrairSf 'vf, '"
3i Childress, va
25 Broun. r
'MS nrowa tj .iircttOB:
hS7 Hotgm, vj - - r-.Oi bldw
?3 Cartui, v. BU;
2C6 Homo vt Barnt?Crt0I,;
ft PatiMfji.j. .'-.etal;
4t Davl,,Ti, , i"1-
iS J .n' Hardntoa 'vs." C
"ii n.n- r f Mr;
'A Saraov. t,nr;
Tl . 1, .
taU f213 lleuk of reDne.; r.
49 Mutrh, vs. N&QRB Co; ! Snmoer et ri.
SJ ituiaj vs.Witsun, Ext'n 15 do viCrawueta'
', tl aT , 2'6 Ymngvss,,, cottal
51 BeecM vs. same; I lr 1 hmiip.Ba v Orow e at
19 VVilkia-ea v. jr..r ,
3t shei.btrd tj B1' et al;
U inld.eas vs. uo ;
c, ... .
M Haiti ax. Cu s.r'id;eCo;
ot Calldruav'aV..t ou,Ex rl 22 Hl.laiau, tmjtpr C .
58 W.il- raV Admln'or v 223 FhiJ ps rs CS
Wlisoot j 2 -I rpeu.o V, Ct,
. . ml, f-L,fHi;
bU Ca.tjsU Ci Co va. As
61 Staj v Cuma.o-tSiU
l .Vorru Tt Aaicr it a.;
3 Suuseld vs do
Ct f-nne. va di
t flowera d
' 223 Jut .n Vm c .
--2t Unl.. tv Zi
J u.boroe a C. V4 kB
f 3d u. a.nuau do
: 2JI 1 tlt v
S3-' Alliidsa i EtrpLTi
P .All . I..
OH K,rvm -a vi do
C7 AkTdHin vs lltciaas'a
fi8 Tr-vt, v, W.Uct;
19 hcsseilvs anls,-v
TO B beev.FWdS
eaa At .v- ". "-""
:I5 3aao va Iwstaan. " Cj
i do vj:ar,!erati-.
71 iiwrcuc V,jdiIlTurlr-.3T
d. v- MCMlifi -1 0?
1 iaa -?
-O T' ... 7 tl 1 . (V-o I, . . k .
I iii.i.jii ,a uiuuia e irauvi lcaval4u,a
Aum'K , at, . ,
u .-iDeii, .3 .iisniz;, w nra.a Ta a .oxrawi..
"i samu v tVttcwr'-;
75 t"uy ti at uuue-n v
Gin 1: -
75 D- u , .fugs ot It jL
7! iloyrcviil-cl-a ..iiii'r.
7ii Cblepau VvuOd,;
- 79 Jl.ru. u.I Vs MAairv,
Si viir-tMiivs fic.d.
81 Mo. tun Smith a Co. va
VVa Iao -itI
2 Sanievs Toii.pl 1:
1 3 .Veel) Vi un1.11 ghatn;
M V... nuCurMt:,
Hi Walar'. v. itca;
8J ilaji.fiji Ai'i,0i.a4hVflh
txp r: ;
87 Clark. vjt-rU;
S3 i-uttirvs Bijan;
VJ ieu lMf haj;
WtHidT! aiay, frtnch 4.
91 l-asiu,u?e4ic,V5 C11.tr. t.
Vi Gierv tiluicr,
P3 liailTS ttallti,
t fhniimvj- dv '
03 Alien va do
m liuip- vs de
91 G-riifT vs Harmaii;
nil itn.tj r v ",. .7
2fi Bucket rtorj y:ro,-b1
2ft Same vaGc-'trie ti,
5 d v.tji'sru a,
ttl va o tutu,
-47 t c. n uaw r, 91 . . ,j.
-48 t rs s .0.1e,i
i9 til cimTi.-J;!., j '
Si 1 M.,...T.. . i-.-.0.J;
.51 Ciuuk v. j .me ;
2jJ Uvnio a, iriui.c. va
, , fr-rH.a, i ru,tse,
2 3 najttfTs r cia.j
SSd Lhtuisu.br n. v Cu a,
257 fezau: i.aii,oi;
-A fcuklnivio vtcaiaeron:
1 9 -a.nevai'aw..;
asu Fi, id Co m H.nvn diCo.
t Cliuiii. vj.Na vu a;
SS2 Oilmaaoi ! Vatiexttr;
fll oisob vj I'ugaiea el ;
S K imv n v . .
t.0 d, vAIi.C..Toeart.l;
BBS Koudlttv vs II m et 1;
107 Or. at T !,,: ajc el i.;
SI63 uroeiiu ts ji.ntal,
C3 OotoB Co. t j (.rocst-
- . lUUAiUnj.
370 Iajs,sft, vi Haspton;
27. itinraruvj 'rjcrflial,
22 Sanra r- r i;
2.3 ilugha t.. ioiwrtaac
2N Joe (f. ta. c ; vs Ilaiioy
375 Jeaanalrc v j Rober '
ST6 Kit;TJ liienmanrtaf;
-.. Ijibtt-rva Vanhairz.nl.
S3 lusurauco l.u v Johnson
et a ;
luu ami. vs . Ll.lsolil;
Ul Same v Saner;
HQ Same vs II. unuhau et al;
1W GowdcT nse, u.c vs Hit-
1CU fau.e T8 sums;
iu: iwiu vs r.imnt;
liti Alosle v.. Gililsta;
107 HriDklev v MctMrfe;
103 Alleu va liob.e:
lii9 Doe lsse vs Katliboie;
110 Smith et al, use i&c, vs
Ill Anderson et al vs Woods) Mo,.r vs LJ'-j KAIoors:
.1 .1- M1 Mar.),. 11. o
S7S M.t 1-ry vs i- ,Uj tt si;
112 Scturelfer va Bramble;
113 lsglit vs AlnxiMider
lit Uauiiltoa vs. llaniiltoa
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SSI Mani-TYi In3cr1r.ee Co.
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116 Van de pool jrVs MeNaio , 991 Natry va Zrciojcrtnan,
Sc Hamiitun; Ml Morgan tt OirJ ier,
117 Smith v Mcfaehee; nr. rt ts Jouvaa.atm.
118 Doe Lansets Hoodurank 2K ForurScld vsuUbertatat
119 York dc Co vaMvKannie SSO iJojnoIJ, Snltn ic o.
120 M Campbell va Bell i, v PrtttarJ:
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121 Same vs Call; 3e9 iu TvoUFtae rs
li-2 Payne vs Pajne; 4 Snell et at;
1S3 Woolfordv. tied diet; 1 399 mita, Admf .vi Kent
12t Hamlatt Jones: ! etaj,
i'.-5 McGavocleva Jrelvar; ' 291 Shnte vs Scjy,Treneli
12tf Henry vs. Arrinetoa2.'s - &Co.
Adm'it - t232Stielby t HBgiiea;
127 Martin vs Edmonson; 1 '-"SB t-pM-Harti v Anroia;
1.8 fcla kmin vs. Ila.bert,- KM .MeO-.Bald vs .ngtln;
Adui'i; 291 Pteienavi Mullen etal;
I?9 Falls vs Smith's: Slailli,AumY,v Tar
1JU Young ts 1 uruplke Co; . rish et air
ISt tnnw.ldn ts nruiitu I 297 Bandersnn TiAlfcaaoa
132 rol-sVjMeti,en; etal;
J3T Japer etal v- tlaines;
i sso ceay anu mart:, Bx'rs
isi loaova i-onereiai;
9ft Patmr-rs yirhotr
loS Peaty vs Wharion;
?i .raktT Brnwn et al:
3Bl Tf;rniil9r. rs Speeco;
3i Turner vn CU ev al;
1V7 it'll vs imoeruoii;
13d Key v' Jnneg:
I3t ftrilvvsi'ieiBl-ej: Adin-r
10 Johnson de Cleaves vsi 3H T.Hdall re Covcb;
Brldjro Cu; 5 Vai. i"fcK 1 rcarl etal
Ul-hplwitv-ilarcdlt iM Uiikla, u. ffe , r
H2 Caroming vs Bt.; t llobbsitrfualyj
1)3 Parter& WestviUudsoa Oft tval'a vsliodd etal
tllMJoln vaMclver; . iVilli.-m w rt tl on;
-5-BnlirTS-Jmeetir -f 3(, lVil-A.VVefc4TBait-liOCneathsmvaWatTOnlSxV
l, - etal; 310 Planters' Bank v Itllla
tfTCUfion.it Abbott va Fut- etal;
- . -tent 311 Sesydc fcfcepherd va
14S Younff'v Watson, t.'r rechardr
ftahi 'W nyrTsFowlltU
tl9 Hataman vs rr..piclnj; , 3 Z t-orbjUTaSo.SaihTlllo;
ISO Yoobzvs Freeiasi!-, I 3M tin drtss vjl ote;
!5t Carr vHeIl : 3:5 Crockeu, Art'tar, va
W fct.to of Tennessee v.' Tur pikeCo.
- fco-ilet si. 1 3IC Mai tin vs Armst org;
153 ChlMreis v JtoPuaili j 317 Ucanj & A eiai.der
131 Lanliorn vaDavis; VtCsrttr;
. J Atkiovievo nniucr oti o. "a iiwaiv v i,esrar
JSC Floan TS ilMBH:
1 319 15 f t v tiauipla:
. i 57 L'dniHuaait.vJUult: L3ij 'Jahn.on vsKeliansdsn
-"pis cSs ry ts Bilbao 1 J2t P.-ite1 e t r s VVat i. Ex'rj
1 .9 JlcGavett3v- G lroan! as Douttaae va M rrrttalal;
'6U MrGavock 2-rovaatue: CavecS;
1S1 Parkur a Uest i-siac 1 2J Norvaltva McGavosk;
vs Hddsot;. 32S Woo, er vi 'a rem;
'-u "uitm r . i.-nsrevsi;
"37 But! va rribBXkt
163 Djvi.i,ot vj onei;
LlSS iT.n.in.T. .i.n. . . I in Ilackin. Djrre!5tC-.
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