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"toe arLr ACTnoECto Accrr for this paper In the cities ol
Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and is daly empetv
pred to take iidvwrtiseinetils and 6ubscrip!ior- at tbe rates as
Acquired by us. Hi receipts will be regarded ns payments.
His office " are Uosrox, Scollay's aluuding; -New Tonic,
Tribune Buildings; Philadelphia, N. W- corner Third and
,r"C. M. C&rroH, is cnr authorised agcoifor the city
f Memphis, lie can be found at the P. O. in that city.
JSTPftrrih & Jldltroe. fleneral Newspaper AgentJ
Nn. 38, Walnut street, are adthSrired agents for the Nash
Tille Union !n Cincinnati.
THURSDAY 3IORNING, JITLY 21, 1853.
In anoilier place to-day we publish a lengthy
report of a discussion by the candidates for the
Legislalure in this county. The positions and ar
guments of the candidates arp not of-eufficient im
portance and strength to be worth the space we
thus devote to tiiem, were it not that Davidson is
the capital comity of the State. Our whig neigh
bors delimit to talk of "the glorious whig banner j
ofTennessee;'' to imagine that "the eyes of the
ivhijg party of the Union are watching with in
tense eagerness and anxiety the battle of the
.whigsofTennewee;" that "the world is gazing
ivitli admiration upon the noble stand which th,c
whig party is making lor life in this its very Ther
tnopylaj;" and a great deal more of such sort of
humbug and bombast. Supposing it possible that
the eyejiof the world have been attracted to Ten
nessee by our whig neighbor, we present our
oin readers with a graphic view of the spectacle
'the world" thus witnesses, es drawn, and fairly
drawn, by our intelligent correspondent. The
development ol the lofty principles ana purposes oi
ihe wliif party, s thus illustrated by its men of I begins to counteract the eflects produced ty diseased ac
mark in The capitalof the Btstp, may excite an ad- tioD- Ifyouiirethe vlclim of'Cliolera, itacts; instHntly
miration which may seriously danisga tlui demo
rratic part. But wo ore magnanimous. And if
this development of the great principles for which
the great whig party is contending, ruins us, eo
belt. Distant readers will no longer wonder at
the pride with wjjicji the whigs of the capital
ppenk of the great whig partjr .after perusing this
" JlEMrms House. The present growing faciltics
'of communication between Memphis and this city,
makes it desirable for us to cultivate commcrical
acquaintances ; as such it gives us pleasure in re
commending to our citizens Messrs. WiHiKsotf,
Payor & Co. as reliable Commiwton, Grocery
and Forwarding Merchants. See their card.
New Orleans Commission House. By re
ference tp the advertisement it will be noticed
that the Tennessee firm oi Pjckett, 1'ebkihs &Co.
whose reputation as reliable business mpft hss long
been proverbial in this section, have connected
with them in the above business and Banking
eomblned, J. R. Macmukdo, who will doubt
less secure additional confidence to this popular
fjj" Gen. Jo. Lane has resigned the Governor
fshjpof Oregon, and was canvassing the territory
fo,- eo.c.ioB us delegate to Congress. A. A.
BKIKSEC was the opposition candidate.
New Boat. Capt. Hughes' new boat, the
HarUviUe, left our wharf yesterday for Paducah.
Rain. During the best portion of yesterday,
the fall cf wter jn this latitude was heavy and
Q3 Rev. Chas. M. Taggeet, formerly pastor
of the Unitarian Church in this city, is supplying
the pulpit in Charleston, S. C, for the summer, in
U;e absence of Pr. Gioian.
QCT The following tqast was gven at Water
town, W. H-. on the 4th r
Tlie Boston. Tea Party -That renowned sociable
o which the guests went without invitation,
ool tJteir lea without cream or sugar.
Later from Havana. Advices from Havana
to the 1st instant, stite tint Don Julian Zulueta,
the owner of the Lady Suffolk, who had been im
prisoned it) theMoro, was subsequently liberated,
and has gone to Spain in company with a Mr.
Harrow, with the intention of jringjng an action
against tho Captain-General for imprisoning him.
He is one of the wealthiest men iu Cuba, and
known to be extensively
The bark Japperhad recently
on the south side of the island. It is estimated
that 6,001) slaves had been landed on the Island of
Cuba during the past four weeks.
The Spanish ship Bella Gallcga arrived at Ha
vana on the 28th from China, with 709 Coolies on
bflnrJ; but four had died on the passage.
"Now go to meeting, dear," 8aid Mrs. Parting
ton, as Isaac stood smoothing hajr preparatory
to going out on Sunday. He looked down at. his
iipw Bho.'g, and a thought of the green fields made
him sigh. A firhing line hunj out of onp pocket,
which Airs. Partington didn't see. "Where shall
I go to 1" asked Ike. Since tne old lady hadgiven
up her seat in the Old North Church, she had no
stated place of worship. "Go, replied she sub-
limcly, asshe pulled rfmvi. Lis jacket behind, "go j
any where'swliere the irospel is dispensed
Such liberality is rare. Bijjotri' finds no place in
lier composition, and the truth, in her view, throws
lijfht into every apartment of the Christian edifice,
like an oysterinaii's chandelier into his many
iiocths. The simile js nottlio very best, but tlie .
best to be bad at present.
Shocking Aitair in TIkginia We learn
from tbe Peiersburg Express, that 3Ir. Henry Bird-
song, of Sussex county, Va., and his little son, !
while lying in bed on Friday night, were both shot
through one of the windows of their chamber. 1
Tlie shooting was done with a double barrel gun,
heavily loaded with buck shot. The load entered
one leg of Jlr. B.'s son, at the thigh, passed en ,
tirely through, and terribly lacerated the other.
31r. 11. also received an entire load in his abdomen,, I
which proves that both barrels of the gun were !
djspharged. Their wounds aro considered piotta).
Suspicion rests upon two ofhis slaves. i
Getting out spars for the Navy is a profitable
business in Alabama, and the pine forests furnish
the finest kind. They are principally obtained for
the French Navy
The lumber trude generally I
" . . I . 1
has become a very important one, and the expor
tation of it trout iUomie is quite extensive, feteam
saw-mills are found all along the two rivers and i
Jt will be remembered that General Scott met j
vyjfll a severe accident some mouths since while j
talking in Ninth street, New York. We learn
from the Excess that he is very slowly recovering j
the use of his arm, l)ut it U ysry doubiluj if he i
will cver bave the full use of it restored, to hint j
Hp i? now staying at West Point for the benefit of
his health. i
The books were opened in Milwaukee on the
4th, to receive mbsenptions to the stock of the j
J'acific Hailroad Company, and about two millions i
of dollars subscribed I The Lake Shore Company 1
are to make an imnieilirito examinaiion of a route
from Milwaukee to Minnesota, with the idea of J
inajtlug a connection nilh this road.
The Boston Transcript states that a sloop, wilh
a house upon it, has been anchored between Apple ,
and Deer Island, for the purpose of supplying p.ir
lies up and down the harbor with spirilous liquors.
This is the latest contrivance to evade the new
liquor law. j
Gen. Joseph Lane has resigned the office of ,
Governor.of the Territory of Orfgon. having been ;
re-nominateil by tbe Democrats as Congressiuual
Delegate. He has already taken the stump.
Peter G. Washington, Esq., the efficient As
sistant Secretary of the Treasury, has been ap
pointed Acting "Secretary during the abseuce of i
Sir. Guthrie from the seat of Government.
"Timps ABE CHANGED." On the I3tll dav of i
October, 1797. Sir Benjimin Hammitt, was fined
one thousand pounds sterling, for refusing the of-
fice of Lord .Mayor of London.
Biacaccianti, the vocalist, is the rage in Lima.
Her triumph transcends everything ever witnessed
in that country.
Judge Clayton, the new U. S. Consul to Havana,
sailed from Mobile on the 10th inst.
Cholera is prevailing in Cuba, and on one plan
tation 280 slave have died,
Diwease of "the lAver When the celebrated :Dr."
Rush declared that drurifceness was a disced, lie enuncia
ted a truth which the expricuQ8 and .observation of medi
cal roeu is ever day oou'firpjing. The jaanjapparently
insane excesses of those wfioindulgo in the iisti of spirit
on liquors, taaybetbus accounted for. Tbe -true cause cf
conduct, winch is taken for iufatuatibn, is1 very frequently a
diseased state cf the Liver. No organ in Ihe human sys
tem" when" deranged, produces a mora frightful catalogno ;
. .. f rs . j -r -!:: a- . .
ot diseases. Ana u, iusiau ui iippiyiugtieaie-jies u
i the manifestations of disease, as is too often tlie case,
physicians would prescribe with a. view Iff the original
! cause, fewer deaths would reialt frein diieases'Tndticed by
a derangedstate of the Liven TlireB.fourtliijjf the dis
eases enumerated under the head cf Consumption, have their
seat In a diseased Mrsr.' (See' Dri Gnnn's greaf works. )
'liulijeeiioilsippaoeefl!ie,Meisei,Costkecfts, and gene
ral irregularity in the uct 'uin ethe- HtncdtaTeilitenw ori
ginating in the same prolific cause, a fa alAd that tireodful
scourge DYSPEPSIA. Those who are afilicied wilh any
of Ihe above enumerated,Jdjseaes,-)Dayjrest assured that the
source of their maladies is the' Liver; and forits correction,
th 131 remedy ever offered to Ihe public Is Drl M'Laues
celebrated Livr f'jj), for the cure of Uepatisiir Liver Com-
!"Forsaleatall the nriucinal Dnir Stores in Nashville
R. R. R. .Himculous .Curesi Pcplewqnder at
tliequ'uik cilicacy of the It. R; R. llemedies in slojiping
pain, rptnoving iUcsiiin, and curing tlie most, obstinate
complainU. Vet there is no mystary if) iU-ljifie Is noth
ing miraculous about it. . True, until Ihe tU. RK, Remedies
were introduced, no remedy or medicine was oyer known to
stop the.most torturiiigpains in a few teoond and allay
the most violent Cramp? of Cholera, Ndiir''gia, Spasms,
Ac, in a few tuinuiju. RaJwav.s, Readyi )lelief will stop
pain instaully, becaund it produces a counteraction upon
tlie part whue jmiuis feU. If tha jiatipijt sogers, inim
Neuralgia, U Immediately acts upon the nerved produces a
counter irritation, invigorates tho nerves, nnd.imparts vital
ity to the parts where pain is. f xjorience. The action of
tlie Relief is quick, and the' very moment it i.-l applied, it
fijl irfilaCon and "sickness, it infuses heat into the blood,
and itswann and hftalt'uful iniucq:ehrills through every
portion oftheodyjtt NEUTIf ALIEgTHK POISO'pUS
MAI(AP.IA PF CHOLERA AUli QIIEQS ITS PRO
GRESS. Applied externally, it allays Cran);is aiu Spasms,
and restores the oold-crampod audilmost lifeless victim, to
lifa and health. It you are troubled with Sicjc Headache,
the Ready Relief taken internalljjwjn eulralize Ihe acid
of thstomaclij make tlie stoinac!) sweet and pure, and the
breatli fragrantly; e&rnaiiy, it-will prodocjj:a counter aet
tionon tho scalp and refreih' tlie senses This,' then, is all
themystery about the actionofR.H. Relief, it does not lie
in the action of the Relief, but in tbe science of its chemi
cal aud pharmaceutical combination. So with each of the
Otljer I. Tf R. Remedies. The Resolvent 'acts in like man
ner upon tb,eblpo4, and tf,e dlsejsj4 deposiLs, renovating
and resolving away from the system all scrofulous humors
and poisonous deposit,
RAD WAY'S REGULATORS. 'For regulating tho or
gatis of the system and securing a regular action of each ;
freeing the bowels from all retained humors, assisting the
stomach, aiding tbe digestive organsin their functional du
ties, the liver to secrete its bile, and the kidneys and blad
der tljelr ljrine; the bowels to disch'argo their burden, and
tho skin to pmit a fr'Pe and, healthy pep-nlrttini:. Such arc
the effects the R. 11. It. Rumiidips have upbn'the svstam, and
the mvii'.ury of thoir curing the sick so quick.
R. R. U. Remedies ara fur sale by Druggists generally.
ZW We invite the attention of the readers of this paper
to ttje advertisement of Dr. J. S. Jtooet Cet&ratfd Fanuly
Hutieine: Dr. Rose beingo regular graduate, of medicine,
and having had in Philadelphia the past thirty years an ijxi
tensive practice, commends his prepaiatiojis to .the coufi"
deuce of the public. 1
They arc etenjivgly uspd in Philadelphia, and otherpgits
oflhe Union, and are now being introduced in .Hi is State
and all parts oflhe world. july20 It
DR. A. G. :oom,ET.
HOTJCK'S PANACEA AND G00DLETS LINIMENT.
fii. 25, Viaderkk St., Nashville, linn.
Important to the Afflicted! ,
JIOUCITS PAXACEA, ,
Prepared, solely from Vecctaule Matter by T)r.
A. G. GOODLET.
Six miles East of Lebanon, Tcnu., 3fay 3. 1853.
Dr. Goodlkt Dear Sir : I have used several bottles of !
vour Panacea for Dispepsia, a disease that I have, been af- i
'Aided with for the last twenty-fire or thirty years, and it I
gives mfl pleasure to inform you that it hat benefitted ine I
more tfjan ailoiiifir medicings I have ever Ukf)i, an I most
contidentlyrpcominenfj it, believing as 1 do'frou ray expe- J
nence mat it is a most vamauie mpaipuie lor me tinman
system in general. Vours truly, VHOS. L. SMITH.
TO MOTHERS. Supply vourself with llouck's Panacea
and Goodlct's Liniment, and use properly, and save your
selves of much trouble, loss of sleep, anj your family from
Prepared solely from Vcsctablc Matter, Dr. A.
Onn oflhe greatest Liniments ever discovered for the eure
of RheumtisTn, Turners, Palsy, Upnt, Rmg worm Itch,
ot tlie joints, I
. Cramps, Sprain?, Bruises, Cuts. Rums, Dislocat
as strains, innamatinn of the withers, fistula, shrinking ot
the shoulder joints, wind galls, wires, scratclies, poll evil,
Ac. Price per bottle, 25 cents.
All persons desiring to make a trial of the efficacy of these
Medicines can cousnlt Dr. Goodlet by letter, or personally at
his Laboratory. Residence, No. S, Spruce fct., betwefn
Spring and Broad. (marlO lyw.
IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS having permanently located in Nashville,
respectfully tenders his services ia the suffering public.
Xcrofulrf, Uletm, (iiucrr, Ttittr and ltinti IfomM, treated
in n scientific maimer. Medicines gentle, but active and eC
fective, their list) beinguttended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance
froni ordinary busiuass imrsiiits. He wishes it understood
that he hasseltled in your midst, notforthe purpose of hum.
bnggingor imposing upon you, huttorelicvelhosewho may
be suffering with di.-ease whioh are destroying by piece-
all diseases of the genital organs are thorousl
ceuital onpuis are thorouHily under-
bioouanu suecessiuuy ireaieu oy nr. ji.
To tho who nuy doubt the "Doctor's skill in the healing
art, be would resjieclfully propose that they bring forivard a t
caseof any of the abore named disea-es (the worst that they
cau convenieutly find, (and pledge themlve to see that 1
directious are strictly lbllowed for a iwonable tiine; Dr. '
as may U necessary, and in ach quantities from time fo '
ttmas tlie pslm mir iwtinim. and. until iipori hIiaII tin pf- .
fected, jHisitivelv no foe will be leceived, if no relief l
tUaiiuJ. fromtfie tiiexf the tnediciu, k chargi whatever
trill be nude for ad rice or mnliciuet.
Tho attention of maslersand owners of servants' is par
ticularly inviled to tbe above. Those havin;r servants af-
llicted witli Scrtfuti, Gracel, ftilfuess or soreness of the
limbs aud joints, would find it to their advantage to consult
Dr. M. Ilis treatment is mild, and iu no casu.wUl it be ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, post paid,
in closing five dollars,.will be promptly atteuded to.
DR. W. H. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Ccdarst,
near Post Office, Nashville, Tenn. maylS di wiim.
rTMIE following list of articles iu our warehouse, which
I linvi. li,vtn in Stnrn fpiitill In 10 vi.irs. if lint r.lllt-il for
in fiO days will be sold at Auction for charges, viz: '
' .. , T - -1 f. ,-
boxes Jackson A Walker;
1 " A Harwood;
1 " M W Sloan;
1 " Dehvorth, Taylor A Co;
100 " Montagues Balm, forteelli;
1 " F Johnston;
2 " T M Owen; 1
2 " Graves A Venablc;
3 " A Wilsoiu
1 package, K Jlorrisson;
1 siuallW D M Taj lor, '
1 dp, do Jiio Nutlaus; , f
4 tnuiks, nomaik; , . ",
1 Plousli do; , '
1 Basket Waggon do;
1 Cupboard do: ,' :
I Box . do;.
1 Hat Stand ' lV
1 Lot Cast Steel do;
1 " G;is Pities do; t
ilyia-Hr " ' -yOIINSONfASMITH-
IQU()RS. li0 bbls Tennessee D I) Whisky;
j !M " Old ilimongahela
0 " Old Bourbon do;
50 " Old Rye do;
M '" Old Reserve- do;
10 pipes Old Cognac Brandy; i
2 " Holland Gin; ,
- M bbls Old Maderia-Wiue;
U Imliau bbU Swecl Winr; ,
ly i bW A. ij. Brandy;. T, '
' !'i " NenJlhigland Rum;'
3i ' A M Gin;
t!t Sweet Win'o, ' ' ' j
10 " plA Port Wine; ,
till boxes Brand v Cherries" '
fiO Claret Vitie;
10 ". Assorted Cordials; ;..' . I '. I
13 gallons Old Flench Brandy; )
Iu store and for sale low by L. H. LANIER. !
SUNDRIES.- -100 bbls best Hour, ion kegs
low bbls No 1 Salt; 20 tons' assorted Iron;
Si1 doz Painted Buckets; 6 bbls Brimstone;
2i netU of Tnbs; fi "Alum;
nn 4i l.-lf l... l.
200 bags Shot, assorted; 60 kits No 1 and 2 do;
100 assorted Demijohns; 20 bbls S la Almonds;
60 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;, 01 V Large Pecans;
5o doz Bedcords and Liues: 60 boxes Fics: -
I 60 bag Race Ginger; 800' " Tobacco, assorted;
I 23 tugs Tepper; 3 tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes Dr.ed Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
I 1 cssk Madden 60 boxes Fresh Teas:
10 boxes Stoughton's BittersjlO 'i Cromc's best Indigo.
:50 " B Wneat Flour, ext;
Together with many other articles which will be sold
lev,, by dcH - L. H. LANIER, Market U
- "" . .
TELEGRAPHED FOR TI1KDNIONANU Ail KR1CAN.
New Osieaxs, July 19. Cotton Yesterday 1600 bales,
to-day 600 bales Waiting steamer's news. Middling 10ja
113. Tobacco active and firmer. The sales for S days
were 1400 hhds stock 31,900 hhds. Flour advancing; St
Louis & 75. Bacon firmer, sides 7, shoulders 4f. White
U. G. FAKKELL'S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN IXlffltLZXT
TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE.
Tni3 celebrated medicine: stillfu'llv composed as it is ol
the most "healing balsams and penetrating oils, can never
fail to cure almost everv nffliction' that could bealleviatcd
by ao external remedy. 1U superiority over all othor Liui-
ments is proven by the miraculous cure it performs, and by
me great ana cooeianuy increasing aeraanu. 'toere lias
been sold vrithin the past rear more than THREK MIL
LIONS OF 1100TLES. and there cau be but few ieraous
found who do not bestow upm it tho highest j)mi?e for the,
rare virtues it possesses. Nothing, perhaps, since the crea-
lion of tbe world, Us been ho successful as aiiexternal renie-
, dy torallucrvousuis-eaa,as iin wonderful curative. Vueu (
applied, it instantaneously diffuses itself through the hole i
' system, soothing tlie irritated nerves, allaying tlie most in- j
) tense pains, and creating a nttHt delightful Fensattou. Head
the folli iwinif remarkable cure, which can he attested to bv '
J hundreds who were fully acquainted with the whole circmu
CHRONIC ENLARGEMENT OF THE TONHUS.
My djiighter, when six months old. was taken willia
swellins; in the hinsiN, hich giuw larger and larger, till
ihcn six years old she had givatdiQlculiy iu swallowing her
food. Every uight watch was kept, fearing she n wild Rtif
focate. Tlie be.-t doctors attended her hut could give lio rq
lief. I took her to tlie most eminent doctors in the EattL
Uiey said there was no help for her but to ontgrpy it.JSVilh-,
a sad heart 1 returned noma with her, wtien she bocame so
mucii worse lual uie doctors Iiad to be called m again; tney
decided that the tonsils must be cut oil", as the only ineai
ofgiving relief. My wife viould not consent to this, anil fhe
determmed to try your Liuinieut, which gave reliel the veiy
tirst' application, aud by a continued ue t-he entirely re
"COVereJ. She is now ten" years old and fleshy atd healthy as
could be'desiivd. Your Liniment is also tlie bc-it in use for
.sprains, bruisas, cuts, burna, hoadaohe, etc,, apt it wil) re-'1'
"move' the most severe pains in a few minutes. It alio cured
cahed unnder in my cow iu a few days,
i'eoria. March '-'uth,ltS4- GEORGE FORD. ,
Look (mi fur- Counterfeit I j
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately msdeits appearance, called W. 15. Farrcll'a
Arabian Llniujent, tlu ino.-i di(Ugiroui (if nil tit j counter
feits, because his haring the name of Fanvlli many will buy
it in good faith, wihoiittjie knovleilge that a coiinterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhajonly discover their error when
thii spuripijg inixtuk lis wrtiq;ht f ts evil f Rfcpts.
The genuine aiifcTpis matiufActuiviTuitly liy It, G, Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, und wholosale druggist, No.
17 MaipMreei, Peoria, Illinois to whom all applications for
Agunciiis must he addresied Re sure you gel it with the
letters II. G. before Farrell's, thus H. G. rARREIjL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others are connterfeits.
Soldfy CARTWRIGIIT & ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
i&f lMce 25 and SO cents, and tl per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in svery toivn, village and hamletin '
the United States, in Ahichoneis not already established.
Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re
feuree as in character, respectfully, Ac dlw
JUST received a few more cases of those Fashionable
Cassuuere Hats, very light and fastv.
ALjsQ; Rlaflf Leab.Bnis( patpri(a XK-ghorjis and Boys
Also. An entire new style of Hats called the Alboui
Hat, just issued in the New" York market, with all the other
styles of Moleskin, Beaver and Cassimeres, of everv quality
will be found at WATERFIELD & WALKER'S,
No. 2fi, Public-Sqiure, next to Gowdey's.
jIoIIN'SULLIA'AN Ac SONS,
COMMISSION MERCIj ANTS AIiD AGENJS
Tor th"e' Salo of Leaf Tcbacio, Oottan, ProvSiom, and
western 2rodp.ie qeerciig.
RsriiaKCCES. Dr. F. Robertson, James Valker, Esq.
jlBSsrs. Jr.nriSr.it icrne, siHStiviiif, xawn. junfc.i umiw
9 ALB OF TOWN LOTS.
THE undersigned will again offer for sale on TUE3DA1 ,
the day of August, 1S53, a large number of
very choice business and reSBcnce lots iu the town site of
We desire to impress it upon me commuuiiy, uiaiinreis
no hunihurv in .he staiKnt. that (ipon .1 3 csmple.ioi.
bamanaiWids a-Railroad communication v.ll beoponod
be ween this place and Moh.le ' tut m.
Orleans in Uenty-
thirtyfive hours; that upnfl the complptioq qf thn Roads
j ...!i. r. v- k. InL
I timore, A-c., Ac, in fifty to sixty hoqrs. Thus in the short
spacuoisay iwu in initrcars, mtiiiiiMuu nm uc uju uuiu
this point, in a few hours' of all tho Northern, North-eastern,
Eastern, t-Jouth-eastero, Southern, South-western, Western,
and North western markets.
These paramount advantages, combined with the com
manding beauty of the site and scenery, unrivalled licalth
iulncss of the place, salubrity of the climate, qieat beauty of
the surronndmg country, productions of thg ip.ll, aniplc and
commodious width of tij. streets, certainly render'this place
central iq a remarkable degree, and adapted in every respect
to business of every variety, and tq the moat desirable and
,, nntvi. "
I two yeai s credit with approved socuri-
c.ish, (deducting interest in propoition
I balance in one and two vears, without secu-
' Plans of town may be seen at the place, and any inf.irma
l tion furnished bv application In the proprietors, Messrs.
. Decherd A Saudford. D.V.N. TRIfJG,
; june'Jl td Auctioneer.
! JOHN M. DAY1ES, JONES &C0.,
1 104 an I 106 HViam St., cor. John, Xetv York,
IMPORTERS r Gentlemen's FurnishingXjOoJs, Hosiery,
Gloves. Susiiendcrs. Cravats. ScarfsjBt selected 111
Froiice. England and LeruiiUiy, byoneol the tirm resident
in Inrope, which ensures to purchasers the ne est :aud mot ;
w. vr. riss,
41, KAKKET STREET,
E E T W K K X
USIOX AND TUB SQUARK,
OT,U AN I V ET.VET PA- PAPEfJf
and beautiful variety. ArW f?-
HccomtivcAVnll laper, all CttioissfflSL
the Litest French designs. j
Itordcr, Window I'apers, Tenter mid Con '
trc l'ieccs; a large assnrtuient. j
Vlieap UHgutzeu i-aper iz.oou pieons in suirr, i
tr0"1 1"-1: cts- I,er "olt'
,ll lui siiu, hum u-.ir rvu
DISSOIiUTlO.V The Firm of SNOW, MAOKEN
ZIE A CO, beingdissolved by the death of Anthony
J. Snow, all jiersons having claims againsi Ihe late Firm,
will please present them for scltlemenf, aud all indebted
are requested to make immediate payment.
junrUS, 1S33. Surviving partner.
NEW FIRM -In compliance, wilh the will of tbe
late X J. Snow, a Coiiarluership has been formed ly
MRS. CATHERINESN'OW A ALEXANDER MACKEN
ZIE, who will continue the Stove and Tin-Ware busi
ness, at the old stauct imuer me same siyie as uie oiu mm,
viz: SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
Nashville, JunelS, 1853. ALEX. MACKENZIE, i
ITALIAN JIEOICATEI) SOAP. For render- !
ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white and soft, ;
lvmovingsalinwiiess, cutaneous eruptions, pimples ,a".
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately f
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes 1
them if already formed, eliciting on the cheek of agethe ,
clearness and'smoothnessof vonih. Prepared by Dr. F. F. ,
Gouraud, 07 Walker St., 1st Store from Broadway, N. York. ,
For sale by tebS tituut,ir.iisi'.iu.
77RENCH WINES AND 1IRANDIES Always
r "on hand, a wcHassortcd' variety offoroign W incs and 1
Liquors, put tip in wood and bottles and for sale bv ;
lib? ' GEORGE GREIG.
13 INE A- 1M.ES AND l'EACIIES Just re-
L ceived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
in glassjars, and for sale by GEORGE GREIG. j
CHEESE. 50 boxes Western Iteserve uneese, re
ceived and fur sale by feb9 GEORGE GREIG,
PINE APPLE CHEESE. 75 boxes superior
Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, icceived and fur sale by
-feba GEOUOE GREIG.
TtKJS, On hand and for sale
a small lot of very fine
Figs, by febi)
UJI DROPS. A fresh supplr of finest quality Gum
Drops ot various flavors, just rcceivea ami lor s.ne oy
) 1 GEORGE GREIG
CHOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
small sticks and iu half poundcake , put up in tin toil,
and for sale by feb9 GEORGE GREIG.
I" FRENCH NEUGA" CANDY Just received by
' express a small lot of Wbitp French Neauga Candy jmt
un In tin foil and for sale by GEORGE GREIG.
r-i II KEN
AS, 50 cans fresh Green Teas, heniiet.
JT ically sealed, on hand and for sale by
17RESII TEAS. Just received, an exira assortment
of Blaek aud Green Teas orihe finest qualities import- j
eA nnd -arranted superior, tor sale by
' ftfbl GEO. GREIG, Union street.
VI .i nriiie celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTONSEED.
an article which several years experience with some of our
best planters has proven io oe Deuerauapieuio jiiuuie aeii
! nessee than any that was evergrown. Call soon or thav will
all be cone juh.3u. a aaiirii,
t? a nTft THAT ARE FACTS.
WHO does not know mat itons ui. Keep always on (
hand the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be had in j
town All we can say io inose wao an, iKuuiui ui .ms, t3
to request them to call and examine our stock, and they
wiU soon be convinced that such is the case. .Don t forget
tlwZio;u (Lyons Den. No. lit, Cedar street
Tobaccos. We are just in receipt of a large lot of
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some ofthe
finest brands, fine cut and in plug, For tale either whole
sale or retail by W ONS Cv,
July 13 o.W, Cedar fct.
; f r P i onneu out oi a puniou u
bracttd Patent Shirts. Mocks am Ties of even- de-crii- .1Iltjel MoN-iiir aud
tion, 1'u.rchascrs will lnd the stock well worthy their at- j h rrmed ont of
fention- j liiiea Ita, i . , of p.jfoot iu
. S5T?c are authorized to aanosncd Moj. B. JIvBjuerES rs
a candidate to represent Davidson county ia the lorrer branch
of the next GcneraUVssembly. v
E2TWere authoriied to announce Das Tawo is A cea
didate&ir Mayor at the ensuing election. -
. 3We are authorized to announce G. M. FoOOUS a can
didate for Mayor at the ensuing election.
SiT "Vc are authoriisd to announce W. K. Hobs as can
didate for Mayor.
1 X3 We are anthoriied to announce Geosqs Cuirk as
j. a candidate for Trnstee of Davidson, at the March election.
J3vVire are authoriied to announce Isaac M. Jokes acan
, didate for County Cgurt. Clerk, atthe next March election.
&a? ya are authorised to announce johx K. t-Duoxnaax.
J ' 1 -' r- -1 ri - " 1 . r 1 ...
tSJVe are authorized to announce Rvocu CcssnraiiAU,
as a candidate farSheruT at the ensuing election
STWo are authorized to announce Wiluav I.ctox; as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing
I 7, ''Tl"? "TT ,1"
E?We are authorized to announce E. B. Biulit as a
S3fWe are authorized to announce Maior Ricruno F
Cookc, as a candidate for the Senate in the district composed
of the counties of Macon, Jackson aud White.1
SyWeere authorized to announce JosiAU Fcruis as a
Ciudidatefor County Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
3?" We are authorized to announce It. Ct.EsiKX3 as a can
didate to represent Davidson County in IheLowerbrauch ot
,tht) next legislature.
fgTWe are autliorized to announce Col. JAura M. Sueid
as a candidate to renifsent the counties of Warren, Caunon,
CoUle.Gniudynnd Van Ltaren, in the Senatorial branch of
the uextGcneral Assembly.
Sffo are authorized to announce Felix R. Cheatiuu
a cauaiqaw ur re-eiection ;lr Comity court Uerkat theeni
ran We are authorized to 'announce L. W. Fossil, as a
candidate for re-election to the oflicc of, SherilT.oC Davidson.
JJWe are authorized to announce William IL Botts
a: a candidate to represent the coimtiesof White, Jackson
and Macon iu.th.Seoatorial hraucli of tlie next General As-sgmMr-
tSf yfo are authorized to announce Thomas Somxkk as a
candidate for Trustee of Davidson County.
fiV We are authorized and requested to announce Mai.-
iiioxAs iuittir us u canuiuate lor i;ongres3 in loe ohu
Executive Ornci, 1
NAsavtu.5, May 95, 1853. 1
ii uioacioi ui uf uciui Asein
blv". nassod lobniary 2d, 1852.
lam roonirod to publish to the peo
ple of the Slate, that the amendments proposed to the Con
stitution. beinz Resolution No. 8. Dossed Nov. 25. 1851. en.
titled, "Proposed amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Tennessee, adopted by the present General Assem
by, and to be acted on by the people," and Resolution No..
17, adopted Nov. 20, 1S51, entitled "A resolution, ta alter
the tenth article, of th? Coiistititiou of the State of Tennes
scs4''fiiid tfhit aie hereto appended, wore passed by a ma
jo'rity of the General Assembly at the session of 1819-50;
and that at the next regular session, said resolutions were
passed by two-thirds of all the members elected to each
House, in accordance with'tbe provisions of the Constitu
tion, and that at the general election to be held on the &rrt
Thursday in August, 1S58, said aniea.d,nients are Ip be sub
mitted hjthe peope oj tbsir ajjfirqval. "fhe attention of
thjj vqtj.r of t&a State U hereoy called to the proposed
amendments to the Constitntiqn, and tho Sheriffs of the
several counties are referred ta the act of tho 2d February,
1852, in regard to their duties.
. . Ju Tostiroouy whereof I have hereto set my
i L. S. hand and caused the Great Seal Of the State to
-r ' be affixed. W. B. CAMPBELL.
By the Governor:
W. B. A. Kabset,
Secretary of Sta.t?,
Prepaid avtertimintiiQ tht(tont!iution of the SUite of Tin
Tiemee, adapted by tie jtreteiU General AutinUy,aiid to I
acted ujMit by the people.
The third section of the Gth article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows:
StcrioxS. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall be
elected by tbe.qualilied voters of the State at large, and the
Judges of such inferior courts as the Legislature may estab
lish, shall be elected by the quaUftd voters rssid.uig within
tlie bpunds of any district prcirfqit tq 'which su?b, inferior
Jude or Judcos. eitfTsrof Law or Eouitv may be assigned.
by ballot, iu the same niabuer tha.t mtjm fars f tho General
toirtv-tiTevears of ace.
firtho term of eightycars.
The filth section of tho sixth article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows :
Sec 5. An Attorney Geuer.il for tlie State shall be elect
ed by the qualified voters of th.p Stl at large, and the" At
torney ftr the State for tnv circuit or district to which a
i T . ' ."-sb,V!5;..J....v. -),iiK iii
thT7ra tetet w
I circmVu the sane manner that member to tbe General'
ASemllj- are tloctod ; all said attorneys, both for the Slate
eircltof uutri shall hold their ollices for the term of
aa year In aU cases where the Attorney for any district
, lilior rcfu?e3 ,0 attcnd and prosecute a-ccorduig to law,
; ' SCHEDULE TO .VJESDilENTa.
H.K. 1- 4pd that no mCQajemence may-arise from the
I nmnnsfH nnifnilmpnts. slinnld the same bo adoiited hr thn
people, it is declared that all judges of tb.8 Courts and At
torneys contemnlatod in thg proposed amendments, shall
contitico to hold their ollices and exercise the duties and
functions thereof, according to the true existing laws and
Constitution, until the election of their successors by tbe
people, to be held and made under a law to be pas-id by
the General Assembly, (next elected, alter the ratification
of the-niposcd amendments by the people,) which law
shall prescribe U19 timas and places of holding said elec
tions, and wtjcb, f hafl" be passed without delay, and in
stricrpqrs'uance ol said amendments. Pt-oridedj The Leg
Mature shall appoint a day for holding the slootion of Judges
and Attorneys General separate and apart from tho days al
r&tfjy prescribed, or heieatlerti be prescribed by tbe Leg
islature, for holdingthe elections for State and county of
beer-.. JORDAN STOKES,
Speaker cf the Howe of Keprtaentathet.
M. R. HILL,
Passed NoremWr 21, IsSL
A Ret,tuthmtoalter the fourth taiion of lie tenth article'
of tlif Constitute tj Vie State of Ttnrusee.
Jtetlced ly the Gtneral Aszemoly of tie Stale of Tennet
ee, That the fourth section of theientb, article of the Con
stitution of the State of Tennessee, be so altered that a new
county may be formed out ot a portion of the territory now
ainitxisitiff the counties ot llanVopd, Madison, Gibson and
i)vcJ. theline of which shall not mu nearer tlian ten miles
o!. j),.,. Jackson; and tha a new county may be
Hardeman: and that a new coun. I
that norlion of Obion county, that
ke on the Mississippi river: and that
a new county may be formed out of fractions of tlije counties .
I ol usinugum, suuivaii, iiaivKius auu iiretue, u mi; uumc (
of thecounty of Powell; and that a new county- may be 1
onue J out iif a portion ofthe territory now compoiing the '
counties of Marion and Bled-w; nhicli newcouuties may
I consiit of less than three hundred and fifty square miles
t and the lines of said new counties, may rttn nearer than j
twelve miles to tha CQUflty scats oi said old counties; ana
said old cuimtiea may be reducod below sir hundred and
twenty-five wjuaro piiles.
Me it Jurther rteouea, iiuim new couniv iiiav ueiurui-
out cf the south-west portion of Wayne county, and the
soutli-east jiortiou of Hardin county, and that said new
i .t of less than three hundred and lifly
t siiuare miles and that the county of Lewis formed out of
. .. .. ... r T I 1 I T 1 1 ..
helractionsol Jiaury, wwrenw, iiuiueuuu ijit.uiau,
an iir-l tvivd nil theSIstdav of December. 1S18. chap. St.
antitlnl "an act to establish the county of Lewis," shall be
j declared a constitutional county, and may cons,is.t of less
than three hundred and titty l"Sr? "ife J'jcoyi A
! majority or the qualified YP'i! W said county shall agree
1 thercto'bv a p'ojVav vote, 2'rocidnl, It shall not reduce
I the counfiej" of Maury, Lawrence, Hickman, and Wayne,
b;law their constitutional limits.
Sneaker of the House tf Hepreeenialic
1 M. R. HILi:
Speaker of the Senate.
Adopted November 23, ISol,
ter and Statesman,
nnA Anient Afpmti
.."i i ,V;i ntn True Whli. fmairtTtil
UL1U 9CUU HyiUUtm VS ' m - "- " I' J -
LATE ARRft'ALS. Just receiving this day pt
steamer Nashville, direct from New Orleans.
S35 hhds Sugar, of various qualities from good medium
to very prime;
SOO bags Rio Coffee, some of the best that has been in
this market this season;
TYr snli rlipiin flir rash, by
fcbie DAVIS A SWANN.
iINDRIES, Receiving this day, per steamer Nash
60 coils India Rope, assorted sues;
60 boxes Oranges, best Cicily; t ,
60' do Lemons do do;" ' ' j t
25 do Lemon Syrup; .
23 bags barge Pecans; . ,
20 do Filocrs; ' ) '
20 nests Tubs;
iabarks S S Almonds;
10 frails II S do
So bags Pepper;
10 tierces Rice;
60 boxes fresh M R Raisins;
10 ceroons bests F Ind'go; for saje cheap for cash,
No 73, Public Square.
COFFEE FOR FAMILY US1S. 40 oags real out
.Government Java Coffee;
50 bagsLnguvra (Jotlee; , ...
' 2 bales old Mooha do, real African; now landing
I per steamer U R W HilL For sale very cheap by
DAVIS A SWANN.
COTTON YARNS A supply or Jia's ooi',t500,700,
800 "Sycamore Cotton Yarns constantly kept by
anil CHEATIIAil, WATSON & CO-
NTED. A few thousand bushels Tea Huts for
hich we will give the ntgnest marKet price.
6 I?EN. M. NOEL t BRO.
GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
WA. A J. G.McCLELLANDhavingonbandanun-
usually large aud rich stock ot Goods will offer
great inducements to cash or punctual buyers. Strangers
visiting the city, will save money by looking at our stock
before making their purchases elsewhere.
j jUne-23 " mono gquare.
SS. WILLIAJIS Ageni lor jonn wuuams, new
( Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
"V1THEEL HARROW S. HW Railroad Whetlilar-
lows in store and for sale by
H. T. YEATMAN.
OR HIRE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one
n annlvm R. A. BALLOWE.
jnlyu Gen'IANo.ir DeaderickSt.
PORTRAIT PAINTING. WM. 1L BAKER has
JLT returned to Nashville, and will remain a short time pre
vious to his return to New Orleans. His Studio i on Ce
dar street, No. 25, opposite th Yerantiab. Hotel.
f-f DOZ. Fre-ich, German and American Couxm, 1 jiv
i ender and Orange Flower Waters, assotied.
X( 10Z- Pint FrvttharU .iaurican TJtA.CT$for
Ttv the lindtercAif,jjin?j f.jtr nrticUu.. -
npOjgrererve the Hair and improve its growth; 'Oimeturtm
eomti, J!anrsJMt;lUR-JJaeca.-$ir and Itoufi! Antiquo
Oils; Mdzirit UgMg purljtrd Etaf't OiUuisorteJ, Olco
lisseToniquejic I- .
Tobeantif the Hair, and prevent its Ciiliiig otf, Quoin''
uldf Flail, ati Ltutral Odorant; Jenny Lind Hair GI03,
l!Im of Columbia, TrMonK Rose and Riciniae Hair Oils,
Hair Creams and Tbnict, Roussera and Indian lliir Dyt
UIlIlOVES THE COMPtEXtON.
A A DUZ. Roussell's Cosmetic 'Cream, Roman RaUdor,
Tt Amaodine. KoicutruTi i.nglixA Aalxlflt-, Chinese Ala-
JJ Kcniunarcoatr'aste rorlheJWih .nrt iui. .
SHAVING Ai TOIIiET SO AJ "
D0Z- Il0Ui;5aEI' "''"?'' CrijijlEorHiSE,
0J Almond, Rose, AmbnwiaUShaviii" aiuounds ; ;
Militarr, Round and Square; .ilifi WiihUor- iLrbers's i
Painted, and Palm Soaps. ' ' '
S.1 dozen TayhirV, Conner's and Hasting Transparent, i
Red and White Wash DalLs, RoseT Monmiientaf," Poncine, i
Floating, Almond, Oral, Yegetable, Chrrstalline. Chinese, i
Amande, Amere, Perow, Jasmin, San Angels and Violet ,
and Fancy Soajii j
OAfi 1-BS. Rousell's Barbers Soap;
V U .XbflxesltisflandVinilsor.oaps. Reotsreil and
" ' ' t :'M tlw Mm and Morter" on M.lrker. pbsite ,
Tniou street, Nasliville:' f
. A f DOZ. I'ain Killing, Araliav, and Jfusfiing Liniment; j
rtU aud Liquid Oiiodeldoc IJcceircd by " 'T. WELLS. f
O A GROSS Atatvn' bet froft 0& Hi-te JUJctiiH!. P.c
ZvJceivedbv ' T.AVELLS.
FINE TEAS, AC, 1
'Aff LBS, Fresh Imperial, Youi), lly,m. Black and
TtU U (tunpoicJttr Tni', in MeUlic packs; Received by
AVOOD BOX MATCHES.
JAft GROSS Patridge'a best Friction Matches. Receiv
l'Ai' . J , UliiO) UiV.
KEGS?rA mite lead;
1 barrel iuztcUeuau ARXiia;
1 do Black Self-Dryins Varnish ;
15 barrels Linseed Oil;
10 do Spts. Turpentine. ., ,
500 lbs Ground Pumice Stone;
ito " " Uromegrewi;
M0- " ,l I"aints assorted; - '
50 " Patent drver. Received bv,. .
iulylO " T. WELLS.
v ivimpii innrn c.r
LBS. Spanish Indigo;
1510 pounds r resu uutcn Jiauuer;
20 barrels (Jiiy-si Jjogxcwd, Fustic, Nicaragua
4l0 lbs. .Extract of Logwood;-
2V0 " BlueVarol;
r,$ ' OilYitrol; '
Received and, for sale at the lowest prices by
" , T. WELLS,
At the Man nnd Mortar, Market street, Nashville.
CLASS AND PUTTY.
X BOXES best Window Glass assorted siics;
QUININE 140 oz. Reccivedby
OLD Leata.no; bai ot tne lesi qnauty.
EDIC1NE Chests and Electric Machines, Medical Sad-
dltiKUii. name ham ana MuheyVrlte.
Keceired and for sale bv T. Vf ELLS.
71 fAUOGANY aud Oak Veneers, 5000 feet received by
1V1 i. "tt.L;'
julylO 6w tw&w.
Market street. Nahrille.
MEMPHI3 KEDICAL COLLEGE.
THE regular Lectures of this College will ooranience on
UuVlstof November, and will continne four months.
LEWIS SHANKS, M. D, Prof of Obstetrics, and Diseases
of Women and Children.
AYRES P. MERRILL, M.D, Professor or Materia Medica
JOHN MILL1NGTON.M.D, Prof, or Chemistry and Tox.
n. V. WO0T0N.M.D, Professor of Prinaplwand Prac-
.r. s if. jr.! '
ARf.ES T. QULVfARD, XL D. Professors of Physiology
WELLH. KQBAnDS, M". D, Professor .of Surgery.
ARTHUR K. TAYLOR. M. I).. Professor of Anatomy.
HERSHELH. PORTER, M. D, Professor of Natural Histo
ry and Geolorrv.
DANIEL F, WRIGHT, M.D, Demonstrator of Anatomy,
The fee for the entire Course
Matriculation fee $5; Gradually
e is $105, payable in advanoe. I Urged my Ware rooms I shall keep an assortment oi Oil
ing fee $23; Anatomy and Dis- ', bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir-
section tlO. to be taken ouce before eraduatiDg, Rooms
open from tbe 1st October,
A pi eUnjin.aryeou.rsO of lectures free to all student?, and
the public, by each Professor on Subject connected with his
department, which cannot be fully taught in tbe regular
course will be delivered during the month of October.
CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given twice a. week at tbe
Memphis Hospital A city Dispensary Clinirme has al.o
been established at tbecollegeatwhichoperAtions are per
formed and cases prescribed forand lectured. pon daily.
The College possesses an ample iliieum and. complete
Chemical and other apparatus.
Students desiring further information, will address Prof.
L. Sbar,ka. M, D, Dean, or on arriving in the city,, call on
him at his office on Main street.
jvl7 2w L. SHANKS, M. P., Dean.
No. 57 Collego Street
AS this day received, by Express, front Nw York :
ueautuui new siyie uouirsj
" Black Lace Mitti;
Hair Cloth Skirtsr
Lace Mantles and Points;
ALSO On hand. Bareges cheap Muslins beautiful Silks;
also, a beautiful selection of Chinese, Spanish and Parsian
Fans,and a general assortment of Dry Goods of every de-
scription, alltyf v,luch wil. be sold at extreme low prices. I
FOR UEJiTIiKJIEN. John K. tttune has ustre- i
ceiredan excellent supply of thoso Shoulder Seam i
1'atent shirts, Uolinre, llanqterohieU ui-avan; ni-rf, usie 1
Silk aud Kid Gloves. Cloths Caimeres,-Vestinrs ic .
JOHN K.HUUB; No. f.7 College st.
MUSLINS. LAWNS. BAREGES.
JOHN K. IltFJIEhas iu store ,an excellent assort
ment pf ilnslins, Ijawiisaiid.Dress Goods, gen
erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As his policy is
never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of
course, extra'bargainu may be expected. A few ljwns and
Muslins left, at lual2V; cts per yard. June."
DRY GQQDS, Aslho sason is far advanced, and
beinrrdGsirans of reducintr as much as practicable.
my stock of Snmmir Goods, 1 wijl offer goods of every dc
seription at prices very much reduced. Tlie ladies may ex i
pect bargains, and will find it to their Interest to call at nn
early day. R. C.McNAIRY, '
july9 S3 College street.
SnaUI.DER SEA .11 PATENT S II HITS j
JOHN K. HUME has this day received another fresh
supply of tboe justly celebrated Patent Shirts.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Collars Craves, Tis, Slocks,
Also, Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk Gloves Half
nose, of every description,
Also, Gent's wider-wear Shirts Drawers, Ac. junc"! (
JT, G. ft C. E0BERTS0N." " ,
liro-ul Stree'.S do-irt frmnilirkft.
THE Subscribers respectfully inform the public that they i
have removed three doors from their old stand, and i
now have on hand a general assortment of Confectionery.-!-
Sugar Ornaments consisting of Cake", Candies Nuts and I
Fruits of everv variety. Musical Instrument. and'Toysof ;
every description. Fishing Tackle, Sod Water, Mead anil
Ale alwavs cool. I
Their Candies will bo warranted to be superior to any I
manufactured, in lbeeity,and willbetold Wholesale at 12) i
cents per pound. .... '
Orders from the country carefully put up, aud with dis- j
CIGARS A NEW ARRIVAL. 1',000 El Divan,
4.000 La Josephine; for sale on Broadway at
july8 3 O A C ltOBERTSO.VS.
CAUU-lbfC ,eaTe to inform myfriends and pat
rons that I have removed to the store on the corner of
Ceder and Cherry streets from my old. stand next door.
Also to inform them that I bave onjiatid a choice lot of Ci
gars, onuns o0ac,anu ''IB ""K j -p. ISSOLUTION.-Tbe Cotrtnerhip heretotbre ex
ticles.woidddowelltoaslkeepaTonAtOTMSTSTOut I 1 1 .,,. the.trie of CARTWRIGIIT A ARM-
Little Indian, comer Cherry and Cedar sts.
LOOK HERE! We have aNo.l JHacksmith for
sale. His qualifications are equal to any in Tennes
see, DABBS A PORTER,
Julyl2 No. S3. Cedar street.
T70R THE IjADIES. Silk Tissues, Plain and Em
JJ broidered, can be bought cheap atthe Philadelphia ,
Store junej SOHN A HILLM.VN.
BERAGES. A great yanety ofligured and flam
Beragcs are offered at reduced prices ct tbe Philadel
phia Store. june' SOHN A 111LLUAN.
MUSLINS and Jaconets lor Dresses o? everj- descrip
tion can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia
Store juneT SOHN A U1LLMAN.
"VTOTICE. GEO. DABNEY WOOTON wouldlmmbly
IN solicit the patronage ofthe citizens to serve them in
the capacity of Clerk, Accountant, Salesman, Balancing
Books making Settlements, Cotlecfing, Ac, At, having
much experience. References and credentials given if de
sired. Addrrss him through the Poit Office, or apply at
the Union and American office, on Deadrick street, No 11.
une 29 tf. r
TURNIP SEED. Large White Flat Turnip need and
also the laree Yellow, received and for sale by the .
pound or gallon, by STRETCH A-ORR.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists corner College and Union ,
Sts, File's Comer. Nashville, Tenn. julyT
AKE YOUR OWN PiHSSERVES.-Just re- 1
.....J . .m.tl l,tl nPfino Knrar niiit!llil fnr IV-tfrv.
11JL. o-ri -r 1
"I UAIIAM BREAD. Graham Bread for dispep"
I tics, can De nau every oweraay av
my R. A J. NIXON'S.
OW1) ER -Tennessee RiUe, in quarter, half and
whole keirs. Tennessee Blastinr. in kees and barrels.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war- 1
ranted equal 10 any in the market, always on band and for J
sale by jnlyla CHEATHAM. WATSON
OAFETY FUSE. 000,000 feet genuine Salety i-use,
O by the original manmactnrers tor sale Dy
- " . . ........ . . w. 'lT ft.
JIE,T1IA WATSON A-CO.
at W. H. Gordon A Co.'a,. Public Square.
TTOR SALE. A very desirable ltesiaenco on spruce
1? street, with six good room. If not sold privately be
fore Saturday, the 23d, it wUl be sold at Auction atthe
Court House 3oor on that day.
Terms Half cash, the balfance on 12 months notes with
7?a 5 m ttiffirf our.
Adffliration Excited and Pqmlarity
OrPRjtNCISCOvWWniTjrAK.ha, erdteit tae-llTllesl eTl
denco cf tpprotvation from those whom Usle. ewrioce u J
JaJgrjent.ena-blejtLem to appreciate It nerlts.
It jroa are an aJmlror of a
call and eTaminelt.
FK.VCISCO t WHITMAN ara still at No. 23, Pablla Square !
nettdosr to tb old alaml of M'5airy tV tUmlltou. vhrrJ
lhMr'jir. InraT rfrittr h lArrit all hi an.riml. l. '
I joun, woorillOfiuejtnf4niAthlnE.aoriianitnithe&pd. 1
m. 7. !tn. S3. Public Squr.
on it vt;,viun;i) HiiiTEitni'icYJiutm '
'l'AIN It R A VEH II ATS.
iVK are now maitinjra superior ar
ticle of the Rocky Moui.taiu Silver
leaver ventilate theji to keep
the Head coot and prevent the Hair
from titllnf off in hot wrlhf r. To
tho? vbowlth an elegant Heaver,
plea.e call and lenTff jonr orders at 1
tiioIUt Kmporiam of
francisco & whit:.:a..
inaj7 No. 23, FuM'u hquare. 1
We liave uowIteiilrtnrEililbStlOr.
a fUMl-LlSTiS ai.ortnient or Chil
n', Infanv's.and Uttte rthsos'' Sl'air,
Halr.and Braid Hats; ChUrtrens' Spor
tloe and China Peart i!o; JlUnes 7.4r!l
nas, Picailillws aad Utoade KlaUvSHk
rvthlng fancy for the Juveniles, at tae
loner HatStore of
FRASCISCO & WHtTMAS,
jnayT Jfo. 23, PnUIe Eijoare.
Straviv 13nt. ' "
a PANAMA, Ighom, Klset I-eghom, Campar- m I
chj. Canton, I'nton, Florida, Straw, Boy's fedx.1 rV I
Braid. and every variety of Straw ITati for tlie 53i
nummer wear, tl
No. S3 Public Square
HAT ANn CAP STORE.
a THANKFUL to our friends and the public in gen
. eral, forlhe patronage thus far extended to us
we respectfully solicit a continuation of the same, and
invite their attention to the elegant Spring style of SILK
II ATS, of our own manufacture, which, in quality and beau
ty cannot be surpassed bv any in this city. Purchasers, will
do well to examine their Hats before boring elsewhere.
LANDE, ELSBACKA- CO,
Hat and Cap Manufacturer,-, Market street, Nashville
',;i UST received a large supply of high and low crown
1 1 ' Men's jdcI Boy's Fur llats, Cassimere do, Peasido,
Metropolitan da, w'lnch we are enabled to sell either whole
sale or retail, on most favorable terms,
aprila LANDE. ELSBACIC & CO.
JUST icceived a well assorted stock of STRAW GOODS,
comprising a large variety of Panama, Leghorn, Pedale
and Palm Leal', Ac, fur Men 'and Boys, which will bo dis
posed of at an extremely low rate.
aprile ' LANDE. ELSBACK A CO.
WE have noav oil hand a very fine and extensive Stock
of Ready made SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH
ING, cut and made up in the latest and most approved
style, among which cm befound. Coats, Pants and etts, of
every description. All of which we can sell at satisfactory
r5T" Country Mercliants will find it to their interest to
callon us, as we are determined to sell at small profit.
LANDE. ELSBACK A CO,
ap2 No. -I. Market srwt, Nashville. Tenn.
PROPOSAL will be received at the Tennessee and Ala
bama Railroad ofiice at Franklin, until the 2tth of July,
for furnishing 72,000 Cross-Ties, forlhe first thirty
milesof the road, extending from Nashville to Spring Hill.
The lies to be Red Cedar, llkck Locust, White Oak, Post
j gonauiy straight and sound, eight feet long, endscnt square,
I I tr If I 'liAk'mit Mnlrirrr Stciitmi I har mint Ka a.
auu ue sait vu ur ueireu iruo uau free irvui winu on two par-
, ailel faces, one of which shall De at least fee inches, and
tbe other at least trim inches wide, at the small cud. In
all cases f o be $ix ihdtet letu-een the piraUtl facet.
1 Wbenlogsof sufUcientsize are sawed or split to make
I two or four ties, the split sides must be left full width.
' Ties furnished at Nashville, by the Cumberland river, or
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, will be deliver
ed in the vicinity of tbe Grave Yard, and elsewhere, as di
rected by the Engineer; in all cases being piled so as to
expateboth end for inspection.
Blank forms fur proposals and any oiherinfnrmatien will
be furnished by the undersigned. A. ANDERSON,
Jnly 9, 1313. 1 w Resident Engineer.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE! !
I AM just receiving a two assortment of Fur-j-nilureof
Ihe latest and mast aDorovedS
styles, which will be warranted asrecoinmcnd-'
od, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest.
iui s, ac. x ui ill iur vi an uaua uiaue uj urutrr. vnicica
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street. Cheap Furniture Depot.
ap2T 1. 11. MORTON.
M03S NEW MAN0ES.
A E have received by recent arrivals nine
more of those unrivalled Piasos. made
DyJ.ii. liuntiam and ddamatodart A. Ui, oljj A (
Variousstyles and sizes which will be sold verylow tor
cash or good notes drawing interest, and warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect.
apr29 W. A T.H. GREENFIELD A CO.
J. H. CURREY,
Furnituro Manufacturer and Dealer.
Wuulu rospectiuiiy lniorm ms men as J3is
and the public generally that he ftjiHE5Sft?
keeps a full assortment cf Furniture on
band,con."istioKiifDiraus Ward-robes, Bedsteads Side
boards Chairs Sofa3, Divans, Book Cases Shower-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing done at tbe shortest notice,
and ou very reasonable terms with despatch.
Mattrssses of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept contantly on hand.
Undertaking Having just received from New Yorka
lot of tbe air-tight and air exausted Metalic Coffins, al
I ravtM fin- fottina nmi tu Mttarl in rorr ttti.rl r,n 1 1 o IW.m
the Plain Scrvauts' to tbe fiue Metalic'or Covered, and on
verj. reasouable terms; together with everything necessary
All orders left at my store on College street. No. 23, opno-
sue me aewanee iionv;, will DC puncmauy auenaea ro
both night and day. J.1LCURREY.
N. B. Shaving, Dressine and Laying out Corns attend
ed to when desired. u o is J. II. C.
THECo-partriership heretotbre existing under the style
and firm of Piiilups AUakt is this day dissolved by
runtnal consent. All persons indebted to the firm are re
quested to make immediate settlement, and all having
claims against the same will present hem for payment.
Either partner will use tbe name of the tirm in liquidation
oulv. WILLIAM PIHLLIl'S.
Julv 1, l5:t. HENRY HART, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Mr. Henry Hart, mv successor i
and late partner, to the fGrmerfnends and customers cf tbe
lfone, and resctfii!ly solicit for him a continnanco of that
patronage so liberally bestowed upon tlie late firm,
jiilyl " WILLIAM PHILI.IPS.
HAVE this day associated nith me in the Saddling Bu-
sim-ss my son. A. U. JlAltl 1L 'Ine hiisine.s. in luture:
will be conducted in the name or J. 1'. .March .t ison. All
pprsous indebted to me, by 'note oraccoimt, will please come
up and make payment. J.D.MARCH.
"Tliankfiil fiir the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respecttnlly solicited.
jan3 ' J. D. MARCH A SON.
JAMES D. LEHMEK,
Produce and General Commission Merchant,
PROMITatlention given tothe sale of COTTON. DRIED
FRUIT. FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac.,
Ac upon which advances will be made if required.
J5f Onlers promptly filled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour. Whiskv. &c Ac
j pgr- Agent fur the sale of Star and Tallow Candles Salc
l ratus Pot and Peart Asli, and Lard Oil, which will be fur
! nished at lotcett nun lrt ratee icillumt Commitxion.
i "VrAIiUAULU DWELLING TlOU.SE FOR
! SALE. The undersigned oflVrs fur sale his residence
on Spring or Church Street, with the furniture ifuVsired.
Terms made known ou apphcatiou to
R. C. FOSTER, Cd.
Or in my absence to G. M. FOGG.
june 17 tf.
i.rntwn 'i- .i.r. if ...I 11 .. .1 I
Dllil.lu, Is lUUf liar lllsMjiicu uy miuuai vi'ii-w
. i. , - - i , i i r u
Cartwriirht having purchased the Books and Stock of the
laiu lirui. win cuiifcinii iue I'mx unsnirs. a. iiic win smuu.
on the corner of Broad and Market streets, and moft re
spectfully solicits a continuance of patronage from the cus
tomers of tha old firm and the public generally.
june S3. Ib-jSj-Iiii.
-rONNET.Sat very loW prices are now inTercd at the
Philadelphia Store. june7 SOHN A IIILLMAN.
LEBANON FJ,OUR. New and sujerior,ia 50 aud
100 lb sacks. For sale by
julyl5 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
WALL PAPEES.-Jut re
ceived, 2.000 bolts of those
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors
Halls. Ac tocether with a snlcudid
assortment of Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire Screens in'
uow (Jurtains, &c.
37"0u hand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, from
10 to 25 cts per bolt
KLAGES A GORBEY.
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewauee House.
LADIES'FINE GAITERS, SLIPPERS, Ac.
Sup-Satin Francaise Gaiters tip'd foxed, plain toes.
" Embroidered Bronzes' Kid Slippers;
Gents' Elegant Patent Leather Boots;
" Superior French Calf Dress do;
u i " peg do;
" Fixist Cuxrit Co.voatss Gaitiirs;
Just received br RAMAGE A CHURCH,
june33 No. 42 College $L
KEW STORE AND SE1V GOODS.
A. B. ft C. W. E0BEBTS0N,
XO.i. COLLEGE STREET, XASUilLLE,
DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AJVD
ARE now opening in a new store at their Old rftl
Stand, an entire new and large assortment of fril I
SUMMER BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, BUSKINS" IJ.
and SLIPPERS, made of best materials, and in the tktat
styles. Consisting of a great variety, to which we inviht the
attenl ion of our former customers, and purchasers gen; eral !
ly. Feeling grateful tea liberal public for a long and Bber- f
al patronage, we enter the trade again, hoping to pleas all
a a iin wWllFRTSOy. 1
inquaUty and price A. B. AC, W. ROBERTSON
Best Iron Frame Trunk and Carpet Bags,
THE CELEBRATED "GENET HAT, torgenUemen.
'Mgr vr ri. 1 1
THE XASKVTLTZ HASXTFACTVUSO mtSXXT.
THIS establishment is nowprovided' Trith Srilh'iL'y asA
Tool, complete, of the most modem. conjtMlUuu, 13
with the best Mechanical skill that the country ftfi4
respectfully sob'cit orders. They arepreparsdta.exeaitaa
Such as Locomotive for Passenger and Freight Traisa.
Passenger, Freight, and Repair Cars completed, and almojl
every description of work armertainiPK fo Kail Roads.
Boat and stationary from Z ia 500 horse-power with
boilers of the best Ttanente Iron.
Machinery complete for fitting up Sash or Circular Sawa,
complete, with the newest and most approved modes.
. GRIST MILLS. . M
AKMxand Machinery made for all sizeM. ecmplete; to
gether with Machinery fSrSujar Mills and Cotoa Gins; al
so Machinery for Blast Furnaces, embracing Cast Iron CvU
inder for blast, Ac.
LiigiDen, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for RobV
IngJlilU complete made at shortrot notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of anv dpsrrintt.-, witK .h.o;n r -ir, ntf
wheels, ct irnn Bank vaults, Ac, At, made , to order.
Address JonxTnosirsoy. Agent, , who U a practical ma.
chenist ) or the undersigned. JOlIN B. JOHNSON.
junai -ly BI PrcsideqL
I REFER tbe Farmers to the statements below, made bv
Dr. John Shelby and L. P. Bradley. I have seen it in
operation several time I am -atL-fied of its great tstility. A
the season is advancin-r, I now ofRr those I have on hind for
$no. L.P. CILELVTIUM.
jur.e29, 1S5S. Na?htUIe,Tenn.
NASrmiii, June 23, 1353.
Cot- L. P.Cnx.vniii: bear Str : I bavct been using
the " Reaping and Mowing Machine" pateu'enjed by Manner
of Illinoi s which you are now oiTering to the citizens of Ten.
nessee. Ilis a nasTiuTcuimr: savixo Maciics. Itworfcv
sxi-rtr and kaiilt. The amount cut per day will depend
principally upon the peed of the team. If the team cau
travel four miles per hoar, it will Reap orMow, fifteen acre
in ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public.
Kepectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley, now managing th farm of .Dr. Shelbr,
make tho following statement: We have had for more tlisu
one week, one of CoL Cheatham's mowing and reaping
machines we haretried it in clover and grain tilown and tan
gled, and I now state that iimows and cuts cleaner than the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per dir.
june-2-tAw; L.Y. BRADLEY.
TEE STATE HUTUAL FIRE INSU2ANCS COMPANY
Ojtceon Cedar ttreet, over th Mutual Prctectk Office.)
f ADSTBACT Or ANXCAL STATCJIX-VTS TO SCAT lsT. 1353. '
A.vet.s Mar 1st. 1SW
lreminms for the year ending. May 1st. '52
Interest on Loans Ac.
Guarantee Stock, additional to above
' 133.2oO 5t
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, Ac,
to May 1st..,
Capital May 1st. 1853
. ST,SM Si
The rapidly accumulati&g Capital of this Company is the
best guarantee of its entire reli : bilitr. Risks taken on the
most moderate terms, and losses adjnted and met here.
JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent.
Kasnville, MTS2'S 1S53 tt
W. If. PEEKIXS. W. B. CAMPBKU.
s. r. wiuu
l'EKKINS. CAJIPUELIi & CO.,
COZTMISSIOX MkliCIIAXTS, XKIF OHLBJlX.
COPAIlT.YEnSIIir AOTICE. W. CAMP
BELL. of Tennessee, having purchased the-entire in
terest ot W. S. Pickett of tlie house of Pickett, Perkins A
Co, the business will be continued br Wm. M. Perkins.
Samuel P. Walker and. Wm. B. Campbell, under the style
of Petkins, Campbell A Co.. who will use the nam of
Pickett, Perkins & Co. in liquidation Onlv.
W. S. PICKETT.' '
WM. M. PERKINS,
SAJIUKL P. WALKER,
VfM. It. CAMPBELL.
New Osleaxs, April 11. 1851 Referring to the above
announcement from which -twill be seen that the only
change is the substitution nf W. H. Campbrll for Mr.
Pickett, we respectfull y tender to you our services as General
Commission Merchants of this city.
april 30 PERKINS. CAM PB ELI.. A CO.
ICEJmTCKY MTLITART INSTITUTE.
TTIRECTED by s Board of Visitors appointed br the
JL Mate, is under the upenndendence or IaX. ii.
T. P.ALLEN, a distinguislied graduate of West Point
and a practical Engineer, aided by an able faculty, i
The course of study is that uuialliCaucht ia the best
Collcire. with the addition of an ertended course of !
Mathematics National Scienivs andTheoreticand Iraciical
The buildings of the Institute will be entirely refitted, and
arrangements made for heating them with steam before the
opening of the ensuing fall terra, which will render the In
stitute entirely unequalled in regard to health, convenience,
and agreeableness of residence, as it is already in thorough
ness of instruction and strictness of government
The seventh annual term will open on the second Monday
in September, lS.'Vl. Entire clia'ge V.0O per semi-annual
session, (surgeon's fee $2 extra, i payable in advance
Address the Superintendent, at "Military Jnsti.ult,
Franklin county, Kentucky," or the undersigned.
Louisville Journal, St Louis Republican, Pittsburg G.ixet
te, Nashville Republican Banner, Nashville Union, and
Memphis Eagle, will pnblish in city and country issues to
the amount of J20, and send bdl to the Superintendent at
tbe Institute. jidy 8.1863 8m.
IN CHANCERY AT WOODBURY.
Henry D. McBroom,
Benjamin T. McBroom, '
1 . r ORIGINAL BILL.
ON motion ef complainants by iheir solitatorii,l forsat
tisfkefory reasons appearing to the Clerk. sod Master,
from the affidavit of complainants solicitor, that tho defend
ant, Elijah Mears is n non-resident of tbe Ute of Tennes
see, so that the ordinary process cf tire law cannot be erred
on him. Therefore it is ordered that notice be given him by
publication of this order, forthree successive weeks, in Vasb
ville f i"aiJ.4-kv,auew8imperpublishcd inthecitv
of Nashville. Slate ot Tenne-ee, between this and ihe next
term of the Chancery Conrt, itqairing tlie ilefeadai4 io make
his personal appearance here l the court house' in Uie own
of Woodbury. Cannon county, in said State, no th Tinr
day after the tth Monday in September next, then and hero
to "plead, answer or demur to complainants biR, or a8 same
will bo taken for confessseil, and set down for hear-j ex
j.trie at the iwrt term. P. G. WOOD,
jidy 15 wt CkTk awl Master.
"I'ltAYED. From the rnvBHses of the snb-enber, on
Tuesday oi'Iastweek isthof Jme,a pa-rof BAi
HORSES, about 15 bands t inch! high, of a iitmng and
sulistantial appearanee. between the age of S and1 jeans
old. No particular marks now rememberrf, otlwr than
tbat one of the Horses had a recent bruise or cutotilna left
cheek bone, and had on when he escaped tho had-stall of a
Any information concerning the above Horws wil be
thankfully received, as well as snitablv rewarded, if com-
.... M- T I1U1J11V Vn.KSll
municaieu io . a- uiaiwi,
1CII AND CHEAP GOODS AT MCIIOL'S
CORNER. I haveou hand a beantiful assortment of
Ladies-'DressGood-swhicIiwill I sold at very reduced
prices as the season Is advancing. Great bargain may be
exiiected- Call soon.
Muslin and Lawns from Pa ltc. 15c and lScan.l a fine
assortment of Berages of all styles Silk Tissues. Evening
Dresses. Ac Ac Also a cood assortment ofMasqnito et-tin-s.
junlT - No. IX Cor. Square and Market st.
ISSOLUTION'. The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting under the sttle of McNAlRY A FURMAN. ex
pired on the 1st dir of July inst. R. a McNairv wRl con.
tinue tbe business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness ofthe late firm. Signed R. C McN AIRY .
Nashville, July Sth, 185i. F. FURMAN.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. MeNAIRY, my
late partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon tlus late firm. .
julys Signed j. j LK3IA...
TTfHlTE GOODS SOHN A H1LLMAN, have on
VV hand a large assortment of JackonetS Cambncs
Tape. Checks, Swiss Muslins India Books, ishop I fvna,
Victoria Lawn.. Striped Jackonets Dotted Swiss , tmfcroid
ered Swiss Toilets, Fioe sheeting, Ac, Ac Alt ofwhich are
offered at very low prices at . the
rilllaAiu-l 111A tlluiiQ,
No IS, Public Square.
1) ARASOLS of ever descnption are nqw onKreu a
" educed prices, AU-niA STORE,
June 1 9 N W. Public Sqnare.
DR.T.L. BRYAN respectfully otters ms -"v
thecitixens of Nashville in Ihe practice MedHrme.
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fice 011 the corner of Union and Summer streets.
june 17.1S68. .
T?n llf. TIUBElt ! have constantly on hand, 15
mileTfrom NasnWUe on the Railroad. Cedar Sill and
l in..lTn!r Florin-an J alt other Cellar Timber, at the
J , Cedar Slakes, which I will load on
r 0 rihoid: Orders will be thankfully receiv
ed froTpflyattended to by the subscribjtr
jnnela Sui. .
-TtrinTE GOODS AND TKUtJIlAliy.-lina
I VV Swiss Plain do. superfine Corded and Checked do,
i ' ... VmII nnd Na'msnofc Muslins. JacooctS Cambricf.
; Jtich Jaconet and Swiss Flouncing. Jiet atid S
' Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Aa, at SI eCLELTiANU o,
ANTJLES, SCAIU'S, Acr.-Wq Jwjsomevery
Rich Mantles on hand, new style, in SiBLnce. Apli
ea, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do. White Crape Shawls, Mnslitt
deLane do, which we will close out Jgjg-gj
june23 No 20. Publicuare,
1 partnership heretofore existing under th Ml of SOJCi
lu.o( A Co, ia thu day dissolved TIg0tj-f?n,al
n.ay.23 x A. FRANK A CO
ns At the store heretofore occnp.cu ..g;-,
"chBlackSilkS super Black Cro d RhfrKsnich
Irinted Bareges and Tissues White Barsgts l?
SUkltoqXwhite Glace Silks, White Lace Drcs.
.2r MnslintbiDirhams ic, Ac. Thee Good
ri C j wm be sold at very low prices at
neaanuwu. j McCLELLn),
;-.o8 No 20. Pnbbc faqt
Jne-a . . r-r
OAJI.S. W1LMAMS bw bewmemterwed to w