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tSfV.n. Paltr.tr, tbl Alnericnu Newspjper Agent, is
mi oxlt ACiftSaiuji AdciT for this paper in the- ci'.ks of
Boston, New York nod Philadelphia, and is duly empow
er... ? (A fol,, edv-ritf.inr,l!3 nnd fmtisi-nnt.fM. ni !... w
requires, oy.ua. iii.recepiswui ue l-emutled' as pavmenU.
llinrtiM. are Ifcwrds:. Scollnrt l.ml.im,-. Jivw
ofMeuiphis. ile Can be found nt the I'.O inthatcity.
jT'P.irviii & .Monroe. General Neiranaoer Agents?
v"- WidnurMwUtu authorized agents for the Nash,
vjlle Union in Cincinnati.
jrOKXINO, JUTAr sa, 1853.
'II(.KJit to whom uoson,' &c The Jinnner
calls Tcnneusc-e "the head of the -whijr column of
the UuTotir What will Ymnoiit, the acknovvledg-
od liwid'of the whig party, say to this? The tail !
must learn tg keep its place behind !
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NEW OltLEAKS CoMMISSIOS IIorsE. By re-
ference (o the- advertisement it will be noticed j
that the Tennessee firm ul linv:Pi-r. Prunmi r.n i
whose repstation as reliable business men has Jong t
""wiat iii iiiik kRr inn. navp mnnTPi
tritir them in the above business and Banking
combined, J. It. Macmvrdo, who will doubt-
es spctire at'dittonnl confidence to this popular
Tne above paragraph from our paperof yester
day confounds Iwo New Orleans houses: that of 1
l'EEKtitH, Campbell &. Co., and Pickett, Mic- '
jiL'npo &. Co. The advertisements of both houses I
will be found in our advertising columns. j
Speaking. Saml. P. Amext, Esq., in compli-
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ance with a request will address the Mcchan.cs of j
the city at JonssoN &. Smith's corner, on Saturday
05" Cxitton Yarns have advanced one cent per
dozen, and are now selling at 7, 8 nd 9 cents far
700, COO and 5QQ,
Nashvw-e, July 31, 1853.
To Hie Mechanics ; Gejoxemeh : you notify
me through the Evening News of the 19th, that
you have made the necessary arrangements forme
to address the Mechanics of Nashville, having
selected Johnson &. Smith's corner, on Broadway,
as the place. In reply let me say to vou that I
it meets my approbation fully ; and on Saturday
evening, the 23rd inst., between 7 and 8 o'clock,!
uHl meet you, J hopa in some degree prepred to
Ipterest you. yours very Respectfully,
Samuel p. Ameht.
FhAxce and the Eastkux Qdestiok. A dispatch
from Paris, dated tho evening of the23d June,
"The Russian Minister, It do Kisseleff, had an
interview yesterday with the irtperqr, wlien his
Vajesjy is rcpo,rte4 fo Jiave'eqid,''Mons:eur l'Ani-.
bas'sarieur, tell yoiir sovereign Uiat J do not seek
for war. hut if war begins I shall not be thp first to
return the sword to the scabbard.' This observa
tion proves that the Emperor fully understands the
meaning of Count de 2veselrode'snote to be un
friendly towards France, atid may .serve to confirm
the correctness of the view taken in Paris by those
who look on the Russian note as having raised a
fresh danger in Uie provocation it throws nt tlie
fetish I'mperor, who, however deajroqs hp may
be of peace, is not wijhout motive for taking up the
gainiflefsliould it'be rashly flung down'." '
Bitt the corntneticemeutof hostilities in tho East
gverjj sliouM they finally bepome a 'jxed fact,"
jrotHi sc m tq b(? put q(f. Tr.fi order tp pross' the
iViithcquld not rcaph fhe TJessrabian army from
St. PetersbHr" before Uie fjth of July, .-nd i(s entry ;
eqi not be l;nwn in Pnris before the 12th ot that j
month. All tills gives time, and, in conjunctures'
like the present, time and reflection are often all
that is needed to cbango the whole aspect of the :
case. The press cf Vienna, however, says that it
the Russian troops have not yet crossed (hp PrqtU,
KJ elay "is o& in to' the insurmounfabto obstacle
thrown ns'thefr way by'the overflj'wih'gof the Low
er Danube, and all other rivers in those parts. The
belief is, however, that the whole thju will end
like a tliiel which was never Intended to be foqpht.
The rows ofan Austrian inecifjtjqr) iri'tlje viri
pnii'rViijesilon'iVpw'iiwUtrft evertlielp?3 it is as
sorted tliat this mediation will soon be accepted,
hiul that flic lia.;rpn(!es botwenn the Rrillsh and 1 confidently rcc.wnmend it, believing a-i I do from my expe
the Rlissiuii Cabinet will, bv means of tbe "ood of- I rience that it is a most valuable medicine for the hnniau
fi.-M of Austria, be liionulit to a satisfaetnrv s..tt!i- ,
iiient Tnis news is contained in a semi-official pa-vt-r,
VcnKEr. to lJjKATit. The iev Tork inies says
tliaY Jixfywii penyoiis. r,uil tl)eTribuno ..;iystwetity
fjve, tljc ju Jffiw Vork m WeJnesilay last, from
tiWl-wotli an'l oxbaustion. The J)ay 'Uoak jftys;
'.SupjWie 'is sliouH l;ettr Qftventy-ftve, or even
llio wiwllcr liumlwr. sivteeu ncsroes in the South
tivinir suiMelilv from exhaustion or ovorwork-. !
Knnnnwtlw Kiu-Orpnn n-inrnv, clmuM nnnr,..n. I
that ton negroes had bei'ii worked to death bv their i
masters in a hot sun? What a tremendous hue qnd
fry tliere would, be wised about it all throuj'li the '
itorthj' Kvery abolition paper 'orth 'of Mason I
r.hd Dixon's line would have food1 fbr six' mouths
1111 iiiuii ? 1111c uuiu iiiot'iuuu iur six mouiiis .
!ld Ul'0'wTi51c World resound with the crv of cruel- !
t"' Tv the negroes and tho inhumanity of slave hold
ers,' Another Uncle Turn's Cabin would he writ
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ten, and tlie 'atHjipre&s v.'ould travel with her
jiafioon anil receive tfio tfistin'-ruisliedj homage of
the nglisTi nobility. ' llut such a tfiing caunot be.
No pwner of slaves would permit theni to work
jfjeraselves tq deatl in the hjit stin. is only tho
i'rep laborer, working for liis daily bread, that is
jirossed on to extremes. A man whose wife and
children at home ar waiting hungry for the pro
ceeds of his daily toil, in bis desperation takes the
risk, pushes on and dis with over exertion."
TEnniELC SrnoKE bt Ligiitsi.ng. Mr. Francis
Cooly was instantly killed by lirzhtrjing on Tues-
im f Inst 1VU..L Nl i'nrin Wi'mninff fnnntir
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Btorcfillinsa camphetie can, wheri the l.ohtning
entered the hack of the building, struck him near i
the head, ami nassed out through his heels. entire- '
Iv stiinsinff himofhis clothes, and oausinir instant i
death. The campliene was also Inflamed, and
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when Mrs. Coolcy entered the room, hardly a mo
ment having elapsed, the deceased was standing
upright against the wall, enveloped in a sheet ot
llnme. Sirs Cooley and her sister were sitting',
at the time, about a tahle, it) a room over the store;
and the top of the tgbje wr,s separated from its
lejjs ii( an instant. Two persons were in the store
iutlie time one, a young man, standing nearthe
door, was tossed into tlie ' b'treet, a' distance of
nearly' twenty feet the other, a lady, was pros
trated and rendered senseless; but fieitlier were
York, July 15, U P. M.-
at a lste hour last evening unexpectedly de
to, return to Washington this P. 3J,
f-jje eteanjer I)ar,id 'cLs(er from San Juan on
tjje evening ol the Qth, arrived this . 51.
T-he Provielkcus left San Juan the sarn,e evening
in place-of the Daniel Webs tor.
At tho termination of the inaugural ceremonies
yesterday, the President dined at the Astor House
in privat with his cabinet.
The Committee of tne Chamber of Commerce
visited him in a body.
The President afterwards accompanied Gov.
Seymour to the St. Nicholas Hotel, and had an in
terview with the Carl of Ellestnere.
' 'A't a jate hdtir d'party df ladies and gentlemen
half a social dance Htthc'Astbr House, at which
the president and his Cabinet wore present.
When leavitir? the Palaco vesterdav. General
Scott approached the President a ' cordial' greet-jpg-tuqk
place, nrt'l a conversation of some minutes
pjKj.-ed betweep them.
Tne amount rccoived at the Cr)'stal Palacejes
tPrday, for the erecion of a National Monument in
Washington, wai.?G0 84.
It is usct-rtaitied on high authority tint the diffi
culty between Secretary Marcy and Mr. Huchanan
is adjusted, and the latter will depart lor Knglund
at an early djy.
TiE Liijrakv or CoNfiRis-i. The commodious
and elegant-adorned room it the Capitol is now
finiel'cd, and must be admiroJ by every otic l'orits
e-foeeding beauty. It is tiipp.ised that in the
course of two wet-h? the- books will be shelved ind
the furniture (which is now boxed in the crypt) ar
ranged in its proper place- The carpet is tapestry
volyet, the pattern designed hy Mes.-rs. Ciagett &
T) .dson.of thU citr. and approved by the Coin-
mittec on the Library. It was manulactured ex
pressly for thoe merchants hy a company of
Trov, New York. It is indeed a fine and rich
specimen of Amorican skill, and shows what ends
oaij be accomplished in this branch of manuloc
vv.. lonrn thnt nm thunsand yards have
been furnished by aieFsrs. Uli-getl uooson lor
the Library, at a cost of two dollars and twenty-
five cents a yard. Wash, liqntu.
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1 Th British fishery fleet have sailed Irom Halifax
Si for the'Siraila ol Belle isle and the coast of Lab-
Disease of ihc lAve'i WhciTILelx'Tebrated Dr.
I "uu-arunijeness was a disease ne, cwincia-
' t1 rr.,th j,ii. .t. - j t:. ..:
ch! men i. every day confirming. Tbe many apparently
' insane excess of those who indulge In fhe m of spirit-
j ous Iiquoi,inay be Hills' accounted for. The true cause of
' conduct wluch is taken for inf.itnatiou. is very frenuentlr :i
i diseased stateof the Liver. Noorgan in the human sv.
tern, when deranged, produces a more frightful catalogue
of diseases. And if, instead of applying remedies to
the manifestations of disease, as is too often ' the case,
physicians would prescribe with a view to the original
cause, fewer deaths would result from diseases induced Dy
a deranged state cf the Liver. Three-fourths of the dis-
eases enumerated nnderthe head of Consumption, have their
i seat in a diseased Liver. (See Dr. Gitnn's srreat works! 1
iHMgetiuKUajtnftfoMtwhGMUrctx, an-I gtnt
ralirrt0vlar'ayin,ltac"n efM" Jkncelt, are diseases on-'
einst,Dff in tbe S!""e prolific can,e' is a!so tihat ilira
scourge DrSPP,SU, Those who arc afflicted with auy
of,nea!wTC enumerated diseases, may rest iwsured that the
iourceof their maladies is the Liver, and for its correction,
tb heat remedy ever offered (o tbe nublic is Dr. MTV
celebrated Liver PilL for the cure ofUepatis, or Liver Com-
pluiut. . : 1. 1
. fSTFor sale at all the principal Drug Stores in Nashville
i andncimty. '
H. K. ."Uirnculous Cnres. People wonder at
the quick efficacy of the K. K. It. Remedies in Mopping
pain, removing its causes, and curing the most obstinate
complaints. Yet there is no mystery in it there is noth
ing miraculous about it. True, until the 1C It. 1C Remedies
were introduced, no remedy or niedbine was ever known to
stop the most torturingpoins in a few seconds, and allay
the most violent Cramps of Cholera, Neura'gia, Spasms, i
Ac, in a few minutes. Kadway s Kcady Relief will stop
iMimuwiuiij, iiwutuvii imuuuws a CUUllier ttCUOU UIMin
departs -bcre pain is felt. If the patient suffers from
.icuiwiu,!! ii'iujcuiaiciy acta uiKjn me neiTe, produces a
counter irritation, invigorates the nerves, and imparts vital
ity to the parts where pain is experienced. Tho action of
the Relief Is quick, And thi very moment it is applied, it
begins to counteract tho effects produced by diseased ac
tion. Ifyouarethe victim of Cholera, itacts instantly
taken internally, it settled tho s'omach and allays all pain
ful irritation and sickness, it infuses heat into the blood,
and its warm and healthful influence thrills through every
iwrtiou of the body; it NEUTRALIZES TIIE POISONOUS
MALARIA OF CHOLERA AND CHECKS ITS PRO
GRESS. Applied externally, it allays Cramps and Spasms,
and restores the cold-cramped and almost lifeless victim, to
lif-and health. If you are troubled with Sick Headache.
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the P.eady Relief taken internallv will ncutralizn i, nM
of thestomach, make the stomach sweet and pure, and the
1 orea ji jragranuy; externally, uwitt produce a counter ac?
tipnon thq scap and refresh the, senses. This, then, is all
the wysf cry about the action of R.R. Relief, it does not lie
in the action of tho Relief, bat in the science of its chemi
cal end pharmaceutical combination. So with each of the
other R. R. R. Remedies. The Resolvent acts in like man
nerupon the blood, and the diseased deposits, renovating
and resolving away from the system all scrofulous humors
and poisonous dpposluj.
' RAILWAY'S 'REGULATORS. For regulating the or
gans of the system and securing a regular action of each ;
freeing tho bowels from all retained humors, assisting the
stomach, aiding tho digestive organs in their functional du
ties, the liver to secrete its bile, and the kidneys and blad
der their urine; the bowels to discharge their burden, and
the skin to emit a free and healthy perspiration. Such are
the effects the R. R.R. Remidies have upon the system, and
the inrstery of their curing the sick so quick.
R. R. R. Remedies are for sale by Druggists generally.
HF" We invite the attentiou of the readers of this paper
to the advertisement of Dr. J. S. liose'i Cilfbratcd Family
. Dr. Rosa being a regular graduate of medicine,
nghad in PWlndelphii the 'past thirty years an exi
tjnslvcpractlcp, c?m,m(uids his prcjiarations to the ooiifi"
dencp of thy public,
They are exton&ively usd in Philadelphia, and other parts
of tbe Union, and are now being introduced in this State
andall parts of the world. julv20 It
DR. A. G. (JOODLET.
HOTJCK'S PAKACEA AND GOODLET'S LINIMERT.
An. 25, IMiderict; SL, A'aihirJU, 2t?jji.
lurportfint to the Afflicted!
Prepared solely from Vegetable Matter by Dr.
A. '. COODLET.
Six milei East ol Lcfanon, 1'j.nn,., Sij? S, 1653.
Dr. (Iooule-j. I)r Sir' : "ha'rS used; several bottles of
your Pqriadea, for Dipepi(u a disoase that I have been af
flicted ith fur the last twpnty-five or thirty vents, and it
gives nw pleasure In iiifbrm you that it has henefitteil me
more lltau atintticr medicines 1 have ever taken, and I inwt
system m general, lours truly, THOS. L. SMITH.
TO MOTHERS. Supply your-elf with Um,ckS Panacea
and. Gnolct'a IJmment.. in& as? phipet'ly, arid save vour
selves ot rrtathTrBuWc, loss of sleep, and your family '('rum
PrppttrctlbOleJy from Yuafltalile-iiatter, Dr. A.
Onu of the greatest Liniments ever discovered for the cure
of Rheumatism, Tumors, Palsy, Gout. Ring worm. Itch,
Chilblains, trust Bites, Mumps, stillness of the joints.
Cramps, Spiaius, Bruism, Cuts. Burns. Dislocations. Frac
tured Bones, I'oisonous Bites, Sore Throat, Stings, all
kinds of swelling with or without pain, liVv,n Huh Lini
ment U adjptd tnft.1 ppvuUarly ti dj.ieaiestif Horses such
aaitiau'i.tr.a.lmfttloh of "the witheis, fistula, shrinking ot
the shouhlerjolnts.whid galU, soi-es, scratches, poll evil,
4c. Price per bottle, 23 cents.
All persons desiring to make a trial of theetHcacvoftliese
fi:: ,.h n, n..,ii i.i..- 11.. ..1 L
i,w Laboratorv. Iksidoica io. ; Snruca SL. lx-tw.-cn
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TKPQSTAOT TO SLAVEHOLDERS. 1
DR. MORItIS having permanently located ii Nashville. !
resDcctfutlv tenders his tfcr-i!is to the su0irin- nfiblip i
ScriCjJa,ilctrs,(ijiti:ti Tditr ani1tinfi )Vvrm, treated t
in asc,ifcotifn;!nanner. Medicines gentle, but active and cf-1
fective. their tiso beins attended with no unpleasant cone-
quences wliateror, requiring no raatrictious or hindrance
from ordinary buinei tumult. Ho wishes it understood
that he hassottlod in yoiir midst, not for tho purpose of hum
hngging or imposing iqionyou, but to relieve those who may
be suffering with discuses which are destroying bv piece
meal many ofyr deserving and useful citizens.
U HAVEL STK.ICTURES,
and nlldiseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under-
suHAiauu suiEssmuy ireaipq. nv uf ji.
TuthawhQiiijVdoiUjt'tli-JDoctiii-VjsWllin ll, hMliniT 1
art, tie wmmi tt-wcttuliyprotiose tliat they bring forward a 1
enfeof ant"of tlieu'bovenainelldiseases.filio wni-st Ihntthev
cau conveniently find.)and pledge themselves to see that
dnwtionsare strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
M. will then give his oblivions to fu(nish suoh medicines
a may bo uecs-ary, aud in such quantities from time to
J?,e thectsotiuy require, and, until a cure shall be ef-
lecieu. iHisiuveiv no 100 win oe reivii. mui it unveiist op
cl-taitutd from tie ve uf tie rntJUiiujt, no charoe iclaterer
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iciu oe mtuiejor aacice vr inMtCwet.
The attention of masters aud owners of servauts is par
ticularly Hinted to theabove. Those liaving servants af
flicted with txnfuli, Gractl, stil'ufsg jj-n(sa nf the
limbs and joints, would Gd it to tlielr advantage to consult
Dr. M. His troatir.ctit U'liilld,an'd in no case will it be ne-
cessary to lose time while using medicines. j
Charges reasonable. - 1
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG. 1
All communications from persons at a distaitc?, potpaid,. !
in uusuig u c cuuars, wilt Ds promptly atienaea to.
DK. W. II. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance OtBce, Cedar st,
near Post Otlice, Nashville, Tenn. mayl3 diwCm.
''plfE following list of anicIeV iti our warehouse, which
JL have been iu SJoie frouil to 10 years, if not called for
hi 00 days will be 'sold at.uction forcharges, vi:
. u JJ.C9 yacivsuil l ifULVi,
31 V Moan;
Del worth, Taylor 4" Ooj
Montagues Bahu, for teeth;
T M Owen;
Graves A Veuable;
1 package, R Morrissoii;
1 smallTjox, 1) M Tut lor;
1 do do Jno Nathans;
4 trunks, uo mark;
1 Plcuch do:
1 BosKrt Waggon' do;
1 Cnpbilard ' do;
1 Btfx ' do;
1 ilat htaotl do;
1 Lot Cast Steel do;
1 " tias l'i
SO " Old Ryo Jo; .
0 " Old Reserve do;
IK P'l"-'3 Ohi Conac Brandy;
1 J bbls Old .Maderi-i Wine;
2i iiRlia'n bbl Sv'cet Wine;
101 t,bl"A. M. Bnuidv; '
30 " New England Rum;
8 " A M Gin:
i') " S-cciVJine,
ID ? OJU Port Wine;
2nboxcs ltinndv Cherries;
W " Claret Wine; '
lit " Assorted Cordials;
15 gallons Old French Brandy;
In store and for sale lo. by L. II. LANIER.
O IINDUICS. liH bbls best tlqur, 1W Kegs of -aiU,
vj 1'h; bb!s No 1 Salt; 20 tons assorted Iron; .
3'i doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstone;
J" nosts of Tnb;; 5 u Alum;
" luilf Imshcl measiires;100 Plows;
..ni lb bar 1-ad; 20 bbls NoS Mackerel;
2-m bags Shot, asxirtetl; 50 kits No 1 and 2 d.J
VKi assorusl Demijohns; 20 bbls S S Almonds; '
MhqxesCuba Sixes Cigars; 01 ' U-irg'Pocan
iieuiiii-ui nun unes; hi boxes ngs;
:!(M " Tobacco, asonea;
ii .: . I.' u i:nn.
j r0 1',, UlVEnrfiA S6;
1 cask Madder; .W boxes Fresh Teas;
. 10 boxes Stoughton'a Bittcrs;10 " Cromc's best Indigo.
2o B Wneat Flour, exi:
. Together with many other articles which will be sold
P apt t ,t..t,i..tinnnr mnwnitn lutes. Ac. while its dilating
J ' .T0HX30SAS.MITH. '' '""u the formation of wrinkle and banishes
s Tennessee D D Whisky; ,f i Jhcin ir already formed, eliciting on the cheet ot ageme
" Old Jionongahela do; clearness and smootnness ot youm. i re.an.n j
" Old Bourbon do: i Couraud. C7 Walker St., 1st Sfrcan Uroadway,-;. ork.
I low, hy decli
L. 11. LANIER, Market st,
. TELEGRAPHED FOR THE ONION AND AMERICAN.
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I LotisviLniL Jnlr sr. Tl, mV.,V mi U,b1 )(!
It?LPr, July 21.-Tbe Eurupaarrived on the mh.
1 8""g "! Pe between Russia and Turkey through
""terrenhon of Frauce and Engliud. American En roy at
J Athens tnU menactngljr on immediato rerocation of the
Mn'cnce of King. It is rumored ib.it Lord Aberdosn is
"houtretirinjrfrom cabinet in censiquence of violent division
"n Turkish qucston. .
Prospects of Iroubli; in Greece respecting the island of
i Cadia. r
i fiusce. Several arrests of armed p-rsons took place at
the Opera which was magnified at Bourse into an attempt
is take the Emperor's life.
Gavazzi sentenced at Florence to 15 venr's hard labor.
Mazzini and other ministers of Tuscany, sentenced for life,
i The Austrian Cwmtess, Blanke Tckey, sentenced to tpn
years imprisonment for holding communication with Patriots
abioad. Iler Governess and female attendants, 13 in
number arc also imprisoned.
Nothing new transpired at St Petersburg;
The rumor that the Russians had crossed Pnilh, con-
firmed. Hussion reserve at Moscow niarch to plains of
Rumored at Constantinople on 23d that Menskoffis to be
sent to reopen negotiations.
Masses of Turkey in favor of war. Rumors plenty. Noth
ingdcdiiite. LonsviLLK, July 21 The lireris at a'stand "3 inches
in the canal.
PmsBcno, July 21. River is at a stand and 21 inches in
Cincinnati, July 21, M River stationary, weather fine.
Flour in fair demand, from city trade, S00 bbls sold at
4 00; not much inquiry for cxjioit or on specidation.
Whisky declined to l'J; cheese 7c Nothing done in pro
visionsbarrel Lard in demand, but it is generally held
over 10c; Coffee firm at fl.ValO,Y; Sugar 4'fajjf; Molasses
II. Q. FARRELL'S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINTtlEliT
TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE.
THIS celebrated medicine, skillfully composed as it is ol
the most healing balsams and penetrating oils, can never
fail to cure almost every affliction that could be alleviated
by an external remedy. Its superiority over all other Lini
ments is proven by the miraculous cuies it performs, and by
the great and conetautly increasing demand. There has
been sold within the past year more than THREE MIL
LIONS OF BOOTLES, and there can be but few perous
found who do not bestow upon it the highest praise for the
rare virtues it possesses. Nothing, perhaps, since the crea
tion of the world, has been so successful as an external reme
dy for all nervous diseases as this wonderful curative. When
applied( it instantaneously diffuses itself through the whole
sysvciu, $oothingthe irritated nerves, allaying the most in
tense pains, and creating a most delightful sensation. Read
the following remarkable cure, which can he attested to by
hundreds who were fully acquainted with the whole circum
CHRONIC ENLARGEMENT OP THE TONSILS.
My daughter, when six munths old. was taUeu with a
swelling in the tcnsUs, wlycU grew larger and larger, till
when six years eld she had great difficulty in swallowing her
food. Every night watch was kept, fearing she would suf
focate. The best doctors attendod her bnt could give no re
lief. I took her to the most eminent doctors in the East;
tbey said there was no help for her but to outgrow it. With
a sad heart I returned borne with her, when she became so
much worse that the doctors had to be called iu again; they
decided that the tonsils must be cut off, as the only means
of giving relief. My wife would not consent to this, and she
determined to try your Liniment, which gave reliel the very
first application, and by a continued use she entirely re
covered. She is now ten" years old and fleshy and healthy as
could be desired. Your Liniment is also the best in ui for
sprains, bruises, cu,ts4 burn? hc,idatlip ctp and it will ie
moye le nicest spvero, pains, in a, few minutes. It also cured
caked unndsr in inv cow'i'n a few days.
Peoria, March. 2o"th, 1819- " GEORGE. FORD.
Lookout f'tr (IfiVt&fiiitl
The public ye casttwied against another counterfeit, j
which hs iaiely made its appearance, called W. B. Farrell's
Arabian Linimont, the most dangerous of all tho counter
feits, because his having the name of Farrell, rasny will buy
itiu good faith, without tho knovlpdc that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and whole sale druggist. No.
17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Re sure you rot it wTih tlie
letters H. G. before ftrraiV, thuD. G. FARRELL'S j
and hi? signature on the wfsppcr, alloihers are counterfeits.
Sold f ' ' CARTU RIGHT A- ARMSTRONG,
and by ' regular authorized agents tlroughout the United
13T Price 23 and 50 cents, and, S r,r Uf-tUj. j
AGENTS WANTED i s trt:f town, villa"- and. haniletio .
the United Stej, 13 T5hjhcnei3 ni.t already eitabiuhed.
Addreislf. G. Farrell as above, acocmpanted with good re
fei.?ee as tn haraoter, inspect fully, &c ditw
JUST received a few more cases of those Fashionable
Cassiniere Hats, very light and tasty.
AISO. Black Leghorns, Flat Brim liCghorns and Hoys
Also. An entire new style of Hats called the Aboni
Hat, just issued in the New" York market, with all thoother
stvlesof Moleskin, Beaver and Ct.'shneres, of cverv qiulitv
will be found at AV ATERFIEhl) & WA LKEU'S,
" No. 2'!, Public Square, next to Gowdev's.
i Masaiaey9s Ken pes. aisd
T REFER th TnraKirR fo I he statements below, made by
, Dv. JtiinSaelby and L. V. Bratlliv. I have seen it in
opeimiouseeiyi uiues, laiiiiinieuoi iisiitai uuiuj. js
,,ie season U 'lvaucing, 1 now otferthose 1 hB-aj on haiidfor
200. ii. l UllK.Vl 1IA.M.
' jnueS9f 185S. Xa,hville,Te..n.
NAStrviLLr, Jnne 1&53, 1
Cou Ji. f- CuEAtnAS!: ear .Mrj 1 nave ooen using 1
inula, which you are now offering to the citizenPof Ten-
ncssee. It is a first rate labou savixq .machine. 11 worse
r.11 x . . i ill .1 1 1
jjEATi.rana nArioLr. ine aniouni cuijicr uaj ucptuu ;
principally upm me ppeeu 01 me iciuh. 11 luoiciiiiui
travel four miles per hour, it will Reap orMow, fifteen acres
in ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I. L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: W havohadfpr more than
one week, pua of Col. Cheatham's motving and icapii'g
machines. we havetried it in cloverand crain blownaud tan- 1
cled. and I now state tliat ittuqtvs and ciitsclcauerthan the ,
syine oiaie, ana tqai it win iqor. por uvm wn
hauds and it cau reap at leat twenty-four hcres jer day.
jtine2!M4T, Ji. t . uiuui.bi .
I" J'OR SALEr I wish to di?poe of the tract of Land
whereon 1 now live, situated in Cotfee County, Tenn., in
the vicinity of Beech Grove.' containingabout 825 acres two
Imndred of which is under fence, in a high state of cnlliva-
tion. There Is not a single acre or the above amount that is
. t i.; t... .. . :.. i ...i.t.. t, ;n 1.1...,
mi - - ii. i -i.j i. .i i. -n..n 1 1 n.n. !
HOI in CUIIIVUIIOII lllttliaiiis iuuiumuii "'"ub10-
xnisiarm lsneuiwaniiuu.-s,uvis laiMuj, c.vi wm "
teredhvcviod running water. The improvements are good !
and Alfnt(iv, a good two-story dwelling with necessary out
buildings. The location is a desirable one for persons who
wish to avail themselves or tlie advantages o; a good per
manent school, distance from thy Nawillo A Chattanooga
Rail Road 8 miles,
june 8. J. tri-w. WM. B. WATTERS0N.
STRAY HUMPHREYS COUNTY Takon up by
Ivi Owens, living in Hiimphrevs county, district No.
four, one SORREL JJAE MULE, ab outH'J hands high,
some lSyoarsold, black streak along its back and across its
sliouiaers, some gear uiaiKs, suuu uciuir, viv
with dark colored legs. Valued at 10, hy R. A. Sinjjletoi
,mrl Ilnsea Gibbons, on the 2Sd June.
julyll-SUv' W. WHITE, Ranger.
-t-. isnT.IITIOX TheFirni of SNOW. MACKEN
XJ ZIE A CO., being dissolved by the death of Aqtbony
J. Snow, all persons having claims figainit the late Firm,
will please present them l)ir settlement, and all indebted
are requested to make immediate parent
junel2, 1S53, Surviving partner.
NEW FIRM -Li compliance with the will of the
lato V. J Snow, a Copartnership lias been formed by
MRS. CATHERINESNOWA ALEXANDER MACKEN
ZIE, who will continue the StQve flltd Tln-W arc litisi
ness at the old stand under IhQ sania style aB the out firm,
vU'Si-OW, MACKENZIE A CO,oATiumNE snow
Nashville, June 12, 1 853. ALEX. MACKENZIE.
f TALIAN JIKDICATKO SOAP.-lor render
I in" the harshest skin delicately smooth?, white aud soft,
removin-rsitliownois, cutanaous eruptions pimples, tan.
r.T-klK or r-f-dness. Its sootlirag muneuce lmmeaiaieiy
i- l,nvriITV;iKS AilllJ EIiLl.n iklaa
: . . . . . . .'in ii.- 1 1 .
1 t,.. n ..rll nssortcd varictv of foreign Wines and
rnuors, put in wood and BgREI0.
THINK A-P1ES AN IS l'UACIIKS.-Just re-
L C?ivcd, a fresh lot oi fine ''PP1"".'""'" ' "r
1 ccived. a fresh lot of Pi
iii plnssiars. and for sab by
boxes AVestern Reserve Cheese, re
K) ceived and for sale hy
feb9 OEOROK UUKIU.
APPLE CIIEIiSE. (o boxes superior
f Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, received and for sale by
On hand and for sale
a small lot of verv
1-T- Dmnsorrariousflatorsjustreceived-and for sale by
V, n P GEORGE GREIG.
7STlOCOLATE A superior article or Chocolate in
Q sticks and in half poind cakesput upmUnil,
aud for sale by leoJ .
T-HFKriiNEUGA CANDY Just received hy
up in nil imi - - j
7-STtEEN TEAS. 50 cans fresh Green Teas herniet-
Vocally ww,"-"" GEORGE GRflg.
ITtFSi FTEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
i orBlaek and Green Teas orihe finest qualities import
ed warranted superior,
P- For sale bv e"e9 UfcUllGbUKtlU.
ESTTVe are authorized to announce Mj. Ii. JI. J5.vn.sra at
i a candidate to tvnnt I lavidscn count if. thw.Tr;.
. . . I0".8!0 represent unv uscncountyin the lower branch
- . We are authoriieJ to announce Dax Teioo as a can
didato for Mayor at the ensning election.
. S5FWo are authorized to annonnce G. JI. FofiGasacan
uiuaie lor Alayorat the ensuing election.
.15?" We are authorized to announce "W.U. Hoax as can-
aiuaie lor JIayor.
EST" We are authorized to announce Groans Clark as
a candidate tor Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
JS?i e are anthorized toannoimcelSAicM. Jo.vet a can
didate far County Court Clerk, at tlie next March election.
CWe are authorized to announce Joira K. EnsioxDSOx.
l mnili.lnto fl.a lsl.Anir,ltv Ae nvwtn milI.
., . . . V, J"
.r V c .are authorized to announce L-vocix Ccsxisgtloi,
a candidate forfchenff at theensmng election.
c are amuonieu to nnuouncy m illlih ijutq as
idate for SherifFof Da rid son county, at the enMiing
S"We are authorized to announce E. B. ISiolet as a
candidate for sheriff, at tlie ensuing election.
. J3f"Ve are authorized to announce Major RicnAnn F
CoosET,asa candidate tor the Senate in the district composed
of the counties of Macon, Jackson and White.
J3?Wc are authorized to announce Josiaii Feckjs as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
JSf We are authorized to announce 11. Clevkn's as a can
didate to represent Davidson Couutyin the Lower branch of
the next Legislature.
EEF" Wo are authorized to announce Col. James M.Sbcio
as a candidate to represent the counties of Warren, Caunon,
Coffee, Grundy aud Van Buren, in the Senatorial branch of
the next General Assembly.
J2f Wo are authorized to announce Felix R. Cukatham
a candidate for re-election for Comity Court Clerk at the en-
JSfWe are authorized to announce L. W. Fcssel. as a
candidate fur re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson
county, at the next March election.
JSjTWe are authorized to announce Wjluaji II. Bona
as a candidate to represent the counties of White, Jackson
and Macou iu the Seoatorial branch of the next General As
sembly. Z3f We are authorized to announce TnoiiAS ScsotKK as a
candidate for Trustee of Davidson County.
153" Wo are authorized nnd requested to announce Maj.
Thomas B.nur as a candidate for Congress in the fifth
EXECCTITI! OlTICK, )
Nasiiviujc, May 23, 1853. J
11 1 ineacioi mauencrai Asscm
JL bly, passed February 2d, 1852,
I am required to publish to the peo
ple of the State, that the amendments proposed to the Co&
stitution, being Resolution No. 8, passed Nov. 25, 1831, en
tilled, "Proposed amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Teunessee, adopted by the present General Asseni
by,andtobe acted on by the people," and Resolution No.
17, adopted Nov. 2'J, 1851, entitled "A resolution to alter
the tentn article of the Constitution of tho State of Tennes
see," and which are hereto appended, were passed by a ma
jority of the General Assembly at the session of 184a-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 the provisions of the Constitu
tion, and that at the general election to be held on tlie first
Thursday in August, 1853, said amendments are to be sub
mitted to the people for their approval. The attention of
the voters of the State is hereby called to the proposed
amendments to the Constitution, and tbe Sheriffs of the
several counties are referred to tho act of the 2d February,
1852, in regard to their duties.
. . In Testimony whereof I have boisto set my
( 6. ( nana and caused tne ureal yWJt 01 tne Slate to
' be affixed.
By the Governor;
W, R. A. RAMSEr,
SccrcUrv of State.
W. B. CAMPBELL.
Proved atneruImenUto tit Qomtituiion 0 tftt State of Ten
nusce, adopted by the present General AnttrMy, and to le
acted upon, ly Ut people.
The third section of the Cth article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows:
Sscno.v 3. Tho Judges of the Supreme Court shall be
elected by the mialified voters of tbe State at large, and the
Judges of such inferior courts as the Legislature may estab
lish, shall be elected by the qualified voters residing within
the bounds of any district or circuit to which such inferior
J udge or Judges, either of Law or Equity may be assignod,
by ballot, in the same manner that members of tba General
Assembly are elected. Courts may b,'i established to be
holden by justices cf the peay Judges of the Supreme
CourtsluIibethirty-tivc..yc.irsof age, and shall be elected
for the t erm. pf cigli t years,
Tbe filth septioil of the sixth article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows :
Sec 3. An Attorney General for the State shall be elect
ed by the qualified voters of the Stato at large, and the At
torney for the State for any circuit or district to which a
Judge of an iuferiorcourt may be assigned, shall bo elected
by tne qualified voters within'the hounds of such district or
circuit, iu the same manner that members to tbe General
Asiembly are elected; all said attorneys, both for the State
and circuit or district, shall hold their offices for the term of
six years. In all cases where the Attorney for any district
fails or refuses to attend and prosecute according to. law,
the Court sliall have power to appoint an. Attorney Utit
pore. SCHEDULE T. AMENDMENTS,
Skc. 1. A.nd tliat no inconvenience nay arise from the
proposed amendments, should the same be adopted by the
people, it is declared that all judges of tbe Courts and At
lunV oMiteuipIated in the proposed amendments shall
continue to hold their office and exercise the duties and
functions thereof, according to the true existing laws and
Constitution, until tin, election of their successors by the
people, to bo held and made under a law to be passd by
the General Assembly, (next elected, ater tho ratification
of the proposed amendments by tht people,) which law
shall prescribe the tirr.es and places of holding said elec
tions, and which'' shall be passed without delay, and in
strict pursuance- of said amendments. Prodded, The Leg
future shall appoint a day forholdingtbeelectiou of Judjje
and Attorneys General separate and apart from t','.a days al
readv prescribed, or hereafter to be v.rccrihed by the Leg
islature, for holding the clattions fr State and county of
fieers. JORDAN STOKES,
Sixaterof thellmnevf JirpreteiUatirei,
M. 1L HILL.
SpeaLrf f tLj Sitak.
Passed November 21 v Ba.
A, liiitatimtoaltfr Vu fourth teciion cf tie (Vr4 atilcU
of the Constitution of the- i-tate- of T'WSfti,
lUixicedly tit Central Ae$Jl f tie Sitle of Tenn&
e e. That the fourth, section of tho tenth article ot" the Con
stitution of the State of Tennessee, be so altered that a new
comity may be formed out ot a portion of the territory now
composing the counties ot Haywood, Madison, Gibson and
of Uyershtirg and Jackson; and that anew county maybe
0rmed out of a portion of the territory now composing the
liver, incline Ol wnicusnau not run uearci u umw
counties of Mcatry aud Hardeman; ana mat a new coun-
. e u...nt fl.n
ty may oe lonnea ouioi mat poruouoi vuiuh wuutj, uu
l!.K-i-t of ltcplfnot lakeoutbe Mississippi river: and that
a new county mav be formod out of fractions cf the counties
of Washington, Sullivan, 1Iaw!:ia3 Greene, by the name
or tlie cfjur.iv of Powell; and. tliat a new county may he
ornied'out of a portion of the territory now cotPposmK tno
cfunties of Manon and Bledsoe: which new counties may
miioivtnf Ip-utliaii thrpo hunared aud fifty squaro miles
nn,i ,ho lines of Sbid new counties may run nearer than
twelve miles to the county seats of said old counties; and
t said old counties may be reduced below sue hundred and
tweulv-lire square iules.
Ile'it furUier rtooleeJ, That a new county may beforra
1 nut ot the south-west portion or Wayne county, and the
I south-east portion of Hardin county, and that said new
I ftfinntv mav consist of lesa than three hundred and fifty
I square m'tlfis, and that the county of Lewis, formed out of (
1 he fractious of Mann", Lawrence, Wayne and lHckman, by t
' an actpassedon me aistoay oi ueceuioer, io-o, cuap. ,
fintifliil .m tint In ptnhlish
V 1 .; .- V 1 " i .. f i.aJ
declared a const itutwmal c..nnf), and ma) consist ol less
itablisu tne sftttiuv oi i,ewis, snau oe
majority of the qualified voters of said county shall agree
thereto by a popular vote. Provided, It shall not reduce
the counties of Maurr. Lawrence Hickman, and Wayne,
below their coustitutianal limits.
Shaker of tht House f Itepreserjatiw-
1 J JLILHILL,
' l,MllVn,.n,l.lM last.
"The Union and Acierioan, Nashville, and the Regis-
i T ATE ARRIVALS,
Jut receiving this day per
v ,.i,nis ritroz-tfrom rew Orleans.
335hhds Sugar, of various qualities from good medium
to very prime; . , ..... .
300 bags Rio Coffee, some of the best that has been in
this market this season;
For sale cheap for cash, by
febic DAY IS A SwArJn.
VUNDRIKS Receiving this day, per steamer Nash-
50 coils I.ndia Rpe, assorted stias;
50 boxes Oranges, best Cicily; ' '
50 do: Lemons dp d.o;
2." do Lemon Sjriip;
28 bags barge Pecans;
20 do Filbers;
20 De-ts Tubs; .
20 sacks S S Ahnonda;
10 frails II S ' do
20 bags Pepper,
10 tierces Uice;
6ii boxes fresh M R Raisinc
10 ceroons bestS V Indigo; lor sale cnean ior casu,
DAVIS A SNv ANN,
No 78, Public Square.
,01'PEE FOR I-'AMILY
USE, 40 lyig3rpalold
Government Java Cottce;
sn DJgsi-aguvra voie; . ...
2 bales old Mocha do, real African; now landing
wr steamer U R W Hill. For sale verv cheap py
'V "0l) "Svcamr0
XT" ANTED A few thousand bu3hc!sFea" Nuts for
VV 9wh,chwe will mgxri.
GREAT BARGAINS FOR CA3H.
..... rr r.f i Illharinirnnhnni1.ii nn.
ally large and rich stock ot Goods will c.fiet
I usually large aim n-- -
i great inducctnentsto cash or punctual buyers. Strangers
! visiting the city, will save money by looking at our stock
. .v..A..i ;,.i.:- nnivhiunsclsewncra.
UCIUIC HUklVlU" UIVII ,11.. ..... -
imiP'3 " 20 Public Square.
SS. WILLIA3IS Agent iur juuu , niiaius, ;
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances ou Produce
for shipment. J"1'4
S YrilEEfTBARHOWS. 100 Kailnod Wheel Bat
VV rows in store and for sale by
julvlS lm U.T. LATMAN.
17011 HIRE.-ANegro Woman with 2 children, one
10 years old; apply to
R. A. BALLOWE,
Genl Ag't, No. 17 Desderick St.
5" SOR'RAIT PAINTING. WM. 11. BAKLtt h-t
returned to Nashville, and will remain a short time jire
vi'ous to his return to New Orleans. His Studio is on Ce
dar street, No. 25, opposite the erandah Hotel,
'. aud'Appeal, Memphis, will publish until the day of clcctiou
, aud send acco.mU to this oUice.-JV-w fmay27td
a..n, .iliwni.n k niiTn P Min U1K ElUl- C 11UU LUmmo.
fyr DOZ. French, German and American Colooxb, ljtv-
1 cudcraud Orange Flower Waters,.nssortcu.
A A "DOZ. i'retieh and Aintrican-KXl'l: ACTS, for
iU tii Ifondkrrcliirf, many neie artlcttt. - -
UAtlt TONICS, &C.
I u preservo the Hair ana improve lUgrowui, ummgut .1
1 hnmphort. 1'irrr Mwuni ux Marrow :M l"uia
rr j-. if .. . t "... I
unr vraiuis aivnitauv, jwousseis uua inaiau ibiir vye,
Depiliatorv Powder, ic.
I Oil4. Html Ittfdu nitrified Hears Oil axuurtifj- )un. T - flEimvwl i
I . f- - - it fVUltlVU. I
t .i, ir.,1- .,,t : r,n.Xtr n...lT "PHK elenneeaad beautror lao Snrlni. F.',ionnf itits
A A DOZ. IlousseH's Cosmetic Cream Itoaian KalidorT""
j Tt Amandine, norland JCilplor Chinese Ala-
basterand Meenfuu, French and Skoish Lillv AVlftte, Per--p
umtit Uuilb Jialb. Ptnvder Puffs
.. rr..,.. i
inesre.-and Theatre RouL-e.Ttiiai.1'
t,.?.EERXES T"E TJEETJI. - :
OO DO5. Mamn OJantme llu'h Vattf, Chlorine Deter- '
OU gent Charcoal Paste for the Teeth and Gums; Chlo
rine Tooth Wasli, Roussel Superior Tooth Powder Ac.
SHAVING & ToilFr SO APs! . '
JLOkJ Almond, Rose, Ambrosial Shavinjr Cumpounds '
1 Militarv, Round and Square; StvjVu't inwrlSarbers's" '
j Painted, and Palm Soaps. '
! 83 dozen Taylor's, Conner's and Ilnsting's Transparent.
Red and White Wash Balls.-Rose, Monumental. Poncine.
Floating, Almond, Oval, Vegetable, Chrrstallinej Chinese,
Amande, Amcre, Perow, Jasmin, San Angel and A lolet
and Fancy Soaps.
LBS. Jionscll s Barbers boap;
50 boxes Rose and Windsor Soaps. Received and
j clfr tle cheap by
1 t the Mai
by 1. tw,
Man and Morter ou Market, opposite
I Luion street, Nashville.
j 4 ( DOZ. rain Killing, Arabian, .and Mustang; Liniment;
jcW ana Liquid Upodeldoc iuceirea dv 1. .1.15.
PAST K Uli ACXING.
O A GROSS Jtf Wi UH frtdi OU l'axte 'Jlhcting. Re
Jj U ccived by T. WELLS.
FINE TEAS, AC.
ACC LBS. Fresh Imperial, iomnj ITihuii, Black and
Tc J j Gtinvoicdur Teas, in Metilic packs. Received by
- T. WELLS.
"WOOD BOX MATCHES,
itftfl GROSS Patridgo's best Friction Matches. Recciv
D"l cdby T.-ELLS.
Orn KEGS Fresh miU LuU ;
barrel Wuite Dehar Vaexisu ;
1 do Black Self-Drying Varnish :
13 barrels Linseed Oil;
10 do Sots. Turpentine.
OA A LBS.Cb.ina White;
500 lbs Ground Pumice Stone;
27j " " Cromegreen;
560 " ' Paints assorted;
50 " " Patent-dryer. Received bv
juiyio . ,T. wEi:rs.
LBS. Spanish Indigo;
1510 pounds Fresh Dutch Madder;
20 barrels Chijiped Log-tcvoJ, rustic, -Mcaragna
Lam wood, SO.
410 lbs. Extract of Lcgwood;
2V0 " BlueV.trol;
D75 " Oil Vitrei;
Received and for sale at the lowest prices by
At tbe Man and Mortar, Market street, Nashville.
GLASS AND PUTTY.
X BOXES best Window Glass assorted sizes-
QUININE 140 oz. Received by
GOLD Leaf and Foil of the best quality.
" ,f ED1C1NE Chests and Electric Machines Mdical Had-
fjJL diebays, game (Kiyi and Mjneyoelu.
Received nnd for sale by T. WELLS.
MAHOGANY and Oak Veneers, 5000 feet received by
julylO Ewtwiw. Market street, Nashville.
MEMPHIS MEDICAL C0LLEGK
THE regular Lectures of this College will commence ou
the 1st of November, and will continue four months.
LEWIS SHANKS, M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics, nnd Diseases
of Women and Children.
AYRES P. MERRILL, M. D, Professor of Materia Medica
JOHNMILUNGTON.M.D., Prof, of Chemistry and Tox-
H. V. WOOTON, M. D., Professor of Prinaples and Prac
tice of Medicine.
CHARLES T. QUINTARD, M.D. Professors of Physiology
HO WELL R. KO BARDS, M. D, Professor of Surgerr.
ARTHUR K. TAYLOIt, M. D, Professor cf Anatomv.
IIEKSHEL ii. PORTER, M. D, Professor of Natural Histo
ry and Geolcgy.
DA'NIELF. WIUQHT,M.D, Demonstrator or Anatomy.
The fee for the. entire Course is 5105, payable, in advance.
Mamlation, fee 5; Graduating fee $25; Anatomy and Dis
section $10, to be taken once before graduating. Rooms
open from the 1st October.
A preliminary course oflcctnres free to all student', and
tho public, by each Professor on subjects connected with his
department, which cinnot be fully taught in the tegular
course will be delivered during tbe month of October.
CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given twice a wet at the
Memphis Hospital. A city Dispensary Chnique has also
been established at the cohere e.t which oeratioiis are in
formed and cases prescribed" for and lectured upon daily.
The College. iossesses an ample Museum and complete
ChisnicJ anil other apparatus.
Students desiring further information, will address ProC
L. Shanks. M. D, Dean, or on arriving m, th city, call on
him at his office on Main street.
jyl7 2w L. SHANKS, M. P.. Dean.
" john K. iiiIji j:,
No. 57, Colleso Street.
HAS this day received, by Express from New York :
Beautiful new style Collars;
" Black Lace Mitts;
Lace Mantles and Points;
AIO 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, all of which wil. be sold at extreme low prices.
TT'T)R;i'TLE3il2NT JotuTKTHiime has inst re-
jj ceived au excellent supply ot those Shoulder Scam i
,i I.... ci- ,..11 tt ii r i .. . . Ti .l. .
Patent Shirts Collars Handkerchiefs, Cravats; also, Lislo t
Silk and Kid Gloves. Cloths. Cas-!imeres. Veslinirs. Aa
juu25 JOHN K. HUME, No. 57 College st.
MUSLINS , LAWKS,- BAREGES.
JOHN K. 1IU3IE lias in store an oxcellont assort
ment pf Jlusliiis, Lav'ns and Dress Goods, gen
erally, which will brt add remarkably low. As his policy ia
never to, carry over Goods from one season to another, or
course, eitro." bargains may bo expected. A few Lawns and
Muslins left, at lOalSJi cts peryariL juue .1
-As tho season is far advanced, and
beinir desirous of redncins as much as vcattlcable.
mystocKot &umm:ruoousi win ouergoow cr even- ae
se'ription at prices very much reduced, The ladies may ex- i
pect bargains, and will find i to. their interest to call at an !
early day. R. C. McNAIRY, i
jnlyv 55 College streeU j
. . . . . . . w"i' . s . . . . IT. ...'I.. .Iirtiafnil '
O JOn.V K. HUME has this day received another fresh
supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shirts.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Collara, Cravats Ties, Stocks,
Also. Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread cud Silk Gloves Half j
Hose, of every descripl ion,
Also, Gent's nnder-wear Shirts Drawers. Ac june5
j"oT&, c. ROBERTSON.
Broad Street; :i dors fivmfJtrM. I
THE Subscribers respectfully inform 'the pnbKofbatthey
-have removed three doors from their old stand, and
now have on hand a general assortment of Confectionery. i
lents, consisting of Cases Candies, Ants, ana j
tu-oi wM-s wuU,.,,.u
tu 'TvW .
ig Tackle, Soda S atcr. Mead and.
Fruits of everv variety.
, .-t . rf Li-
, i 'l ' I """ " ' (
iiiuauiif;. vwi. . l
Their Candies will be warranted fo be Mipenor to any
manuractured in the city, and will be bold Wholesale at I2 j
cents per pound.
Orders from the country carefully put up, and with dis-
CIARS-, A NJEVY ARRIVAL. 10,000 EI Divan,
4.000 La Josep-ine; for sale ou Broadwav at
iulv8 J G A O ROBERTSON'S.
A CARD. I beg leave to inform ray friends and pat
rons that I have removed to the store on the corner of
fVilf r and Cherrv streets, from mv old stand next door.
Also to inform them that I have ou liand a choice lot of Ci- j
gars, Snuffs. Tobaccos, and Pipes; those in want of good ar
ticles, would do well to call, as 1 keep a Tor-iccoxii-r; Srone.
Little. Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar sts.
r imiv HERE ! We have aNo.l Blacksmith for
I j sale. His qualifications are equal to auy in Tennes-
No. S3, Cedar street.
QR THE LADIES. Silk Tissues, Plain and Em.
broidered,. can be bought cheap at the Philadelphia
c june7 SOHNAHILLMAN.
ERAGCS. A great variety orFigiirc-d and Plain
Berages are onered at reduced prices at tne I mi.iaw-
S0HN A HILLMAN.
MUSLINS and Jaconets tor Dresses nf "very descrip- f 1TTALL I'AI'URS. .lustra
tion can be obtained very choap at the Philadelphia ' V coived, 2.WJ0 holU of thos.?
is : - oniiv hit t i 4ir . i ,...:r..i r- n.,,,-. rn vt....
"VT OTICE. GEO. DABNEY WOOTO.N would humbly
solicit tho patronage or the citizer-sto serve them in
tbe ospacityof Clerk, Accountant, Salesman, Balancing
Books making Settlements, Collecting, Ac, Ac, having
much experience. References and credentials so von if de
sired. Address him through the Post Office, or nppIy at j
the Union and American otfice, on Deftdrict street, No II. ,
uue 20 tf.
j CpUINIl' SEED. Large WhiteFlat Tumip shkI and I
JL aSO.lOB largo xenow, vcoieu iuiu mrcaii; or mc I
pound or gallon, by STRETCH A ORR. i
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, corner Collfge and Union ,
Sts, Fita's Corner, Nashville, Teun. julv" i
AKE YOUR OWN PKUSEUVES. Jutre- f
ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for Pnsor.
ing purposes. june30 R, A J. NIXON. L
ft RAIIA3J BKl-JAil. Uraliam Uread lor dispep
tcs,can be had every other dayat
R. A J. NIXOVS.
POWDER Tennessee Ritle, in qiiarter, half and I
wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels, j
A full supply or the above description, of powdf r. war. ,
ranted equal to any in tha unrUot, always on hand and for
salahv julyll CUKATHAM, WATSON A (
QAVCT'VrUSK-K,,,KH,'etSulline Saie,J' r"'w,
uy me ongmai iuaiiini;i.urvr.i, lorsaie uy
" LiUUAlllA.11, VIAIISUiN t UO.
at W. H.GoanoN A Co.'s., Public Stpiare.
r?OR SALE.-A very desirable Hesi(lenceoi. Spruce , KfeUng gratem! to.a.Iih6raIphblicfbra long and Iiber-i-
,..4i,'l!.''-. Knot wld privately b- MtMJ?0 the uc amin. hopine tS please all
X' street, with six gowl rooun. It n-.t sold privately i"
fore Satunlay, the 23d it M be sold .atAudwa at tl
'Vcnna I4a;t cash.the bal'Mincecn is inpnius uours nyij
Scunty, payable iuBankj-wth lieu athrorV,
IU1J4, UUI - 7'T '
i ofPBtxriKro.t'WHiTMW i,-. .1. ,, .
1 , I ... , , , , . . .. , . - UIU
uecca orannrooation iroin iao?a rho ta,i. -ru..:.... ,
11 roil are an a.imirernr a
: T'calland pvamlnelt.
PRNPisr!nA-ivnrrMiic..iiii.tX. o-i hui.c
& Hamilton. whe
tnevare nlwata readv to serve ill. bur and Utile, old ami
bic and little old and
younff, vao are la quest of somelblac to ornainont tbe Lead.
m.7. . Xn. S3. Public Square.
Ult VK.H i'll.A'A'KIl VIIi rKUO.l!KVitltUi
VK are now siaclnsa superior ar
ticle of the Kockt Mountain
Buaver. we ventllaio uioji
the Heid coot and prevent the Hair
from fallin; off in hot weather. To I
those who wish an elegant Beaver, '
pleae call and leave yonr orders at
the Hat Emporium of
maf? No. S3, Public bquare.
We have now Rciidy for Exhibition.
a cuju-lktb uortment or tail
en's. Infant',and LltllsMisM' Straw,. ,
Hair.and Braid IUU; CMI.lrena' hpor
ttng and China Pearl do; ittuei Zerll
nae, Mcadillet and Blonde FlatsvSllk .
rythlDgraner Tor the JaveDllei,at tho
(ancv Hat Store or
maj. No. S3, Public Square.
trw llat. - '
PANAMA, Lechorn. KIot Leghorn, Campea- an '
ciiv. Canton. Uuion. Florida. Straw. Boy's felal IS
' Bratd, and overr variety of Straw Hats tor lh PS j
Summerwear.at FRANCISCO & WHITMAN'S,
ma 7 So. 3 i'nblle Square
HAT AND CAP STORE.
r I iHAN KFUL to our friends and the public m gen- j,
JL eral, forthe patronage thus far extended to us, J3U
we respectfully solicit a continuation of the same, and
nTitrt thmrntfAnfinn 4t Hi .lpmnt llnnnir ;twln of SILK
HATS, orouronn manufacture, whicli, inqualityand beau-
ty cannot be surpassed bv anv inthis citr. Purchasers will
do well to examine their lists" before buvingelewhere.
LANDE, ELSBACh: A CO.,
Hat and Can Manufacturers. .Market street. NashviIIa
UST received a largo supply of high and low crown
ilea's and Boy's Fur Hals. Cassimere do Peasido.
Metropolitan da, w'hich we are enabled to sell either whole- j
sale or retail, on most favorable terms. '
pril2 LANDE, ELSRACK & CO.
TL'ST rccciveda well assorted stock of STRAW GOODS, i
tl comprising a largo variety of Panama, Leghorn, Pedale
and Palm Leaf, Ac, for Men and Boys, which will be dis
posed of at an extremelv low rate,
april " LANDE, ELSBACK A CO.
"l"TE have now on hand a very fine and extensive Stock
V of Ready made SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH
ING, cut and made up in the latest and most approved
style, amonjr which can be found. Coats Pants and 'V ests of
even- description. All ot which wc can sell at satisfactory
prices. KgfCountrv Merchants will find it to their interest fa
calTou ils as we ate determined to sell at small profits.
LANDE. ELSBACK A CO.,
ap2 No. 4S Market street, Nashville, Tenn.
"OROPOSAIii ill be received at the Tennessee and .
X bsrua Railroad office at Franklin, until the 2lh of July,
for furnishing 72,000 Cros-Tics, for the first thirty
; mites ot ine ruaa. extending trom Nashville to rprng HilL
I The ties to be Red Cedar, Black Ixicust. White Oak. Post
' Oak, Chestnut, Mulberry or Sassafras. Tbey must be rea-
I sonably straight and sound, eight feet long, ends cut square,
I on. i I k t . f rJ r.i
I allel faces, one of which shall be at least Jite inches, and i
,fh.nili.-.ll.ncr InMiaCi uiila a, tKc.m.ll nrt In i
.IS l.n. 1 . I" III. IllWiW ...Ub. i. ...w .111.11 V. 1 1 V. . . 1 .
j all cacs io be fix f bettcten tie nnroUtlfaeet.
w hen hz3 ot sutliaent size are saweil or split to mate
two or fonr tics, the split sides must be left full width. I
Ties furnished at Nashville, by the Cumberland river, or I
the Nashville and Chattanooga" Railroad, will be deliver- j
ed in tho vicinity of the Gravo Yard, and elsewhere, as di- '
rected by the Engineer; in all cafes being piled so as to i
expose both ends for inspection. t
Blank forms for proposals and anv ofherinfbnnation will '
he furnished by tbe undersigned. ' A. ANDERSON. I
July 9, 1.313. lw Resident Engineer.
" FURNITURE! FraNTTURET!-" '
JAM just receivinga fine assortment ofFnr-Sjj I
nitureof the htest and most tpprovedpjPTTf?
stvles which will be warranted aHren-mmfind-' ' - I X J
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having en- j
Urged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment oi Gil- j
belt's superior Pianos also Window Shades, Clocks Mir-
rcrs. ic. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles .
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhero in the city. Rumem- I w.
bdr 45, Union strtet. Cheap Furniture Depot. '
MORS NEW PIANOES.
"t'YTE have received bv recent arrivals nine
r more of thase unnvalled Pianos. madcvirE
bv J. B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co.. off? A
varioustlei-.nd sizes, which will be sold very low tor
cash or good notesdrawing interest, aud warranteil to give
satisfaction in everv respect.
api-20 " W. AT. 11. G REENFIELD A CO.
J. II. CURREY,
Furniture Hanufactursr and Dealer.
WOULD respectfully inform his friends .j.j.v.
and the pnblio generally that he ""
keeps a full assorliiieut of Furniture onts" -VJog
haiul, consisting of H ireaus Ward-robes Bedsteads Side
boanls Chairs Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and on very reasonable- terms with despatch.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept constantly on hand.
UndertuWuf Having just received from New York a
lot of tho air-tight and air exansted Metalic Coffins a 1
orders fir Collin can be filled iu very short notice, from
the Plain Servants' to tlie fine Metilic or Covered, and mi
very reasonable term'; together with everything necessary
site the Svwane House, will be punctually attended to j
I both night and day. J. 11. CURREY.
I N. B. Shaving, Dressing and Laying out Corns, attend
t ed to when desired. bges " J. IL C-
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing under the stvle
and firm of PuiLurs A Hart is this day dissolved 'by
mutual consent. All persons indebted to tbe firm are re
quested to make immediate settlement, and all having
claims against the same will present them for payment
Either partner will use the name of the firm in liquidation
onlv. WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
July 1,1853. HENRY HART, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Mr. Henrv Hart, mv successor
and lata partner, to tbe formerfriends and customers of the
House, and respectfully solicit for him a continuance of tliat
patronage so liberally Cestowed upon the late firm,
julrl WILLIAM 1'iIILMPS.
I HA YE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness mvson,-A. C. MARC1L The business, in future'
will be conducted in the name of J. 1). March & Son. AH
persons indebted to me. by note or account, will please come
up and make imymenL J. D. MARCH.
g?" Thankful for tlie liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respecttull v solicited.
jan2 J. D. MARCH A SON.
JAMES D. LKHHER,
Produce aad General Commission Merchant,
TP0MPTattcntion given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED
i FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac,
h. , a,,Tlsncw,rin m3di if quired.
ROMPTattcntion given to the sale of COTTON. DRIKD
?S5 Orders l
, " ,v"
XSl Orders promptly filled Tor Cincinnati Manufactures
iur, W List)-, i.c Ac
Aceut for tlio saleofStar andTallmv Candles Sale-
t ratns, Pot and Pearl Ash, and Lard Oil, which will be fur-
nished at lorrett marttt rates vitlaivt Cummiwon,
OWliLLINt; JIOUSK FOR
SALE. The undersiened ofiVrs for sale Iu residence
on Spring or Church Street, with, th t furniture ir desired.
Terms made known on application tu
R. C. FOSTER. Sd.
Or in my absence to G.M.FOGG.
june 17 tf.
LSSOLUTION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
iting under the stvle of CARTWRIGUT A ARM
STRONG, is this day dissolved by mutual consent M- L.
Cartwnght having purchased the isooica ana atocK oi tne
late firm, will continue tho Drug business at the old rtand.
; on the comer of Broad and Market streets, and most re-
a continuance of patrouaze from tbe cus
tomers of" the old firm and the public generally,
june 22, 1833 1m.
I T ONNETS at very lowprices are now offered at the
XJ Philadelphia Store, june? SOUS A HILLMAN.
L EII ANON" FLOUR. New and superior, ia 50 ami
Its) lb sacks. For sal by
julyl5 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
I UCHUUIUIllClllilll IV, if
Halls. &c. together with a splendid
assortment of Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire
;0n hand a laree assortment of unglazed Papers, from
10 to 25 cU per bolt.
KLAGES A GORBEV.
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House:
LADIES' FINE GAITERS, SLirPERS, Ac.
Sup. Satin Francaise GaiUT,Jtip"d foxed, phtin toes.
' Embroidered Broniei Kid Slippers;
" Black 44 do;
Gems.' Elegant Patent Lenther Boot:
" Superior French Cair Dress do;
t it pe do;
" Fi?rE3T Cloth Cosokess Gaithis;
. Just received by RAMAGE A CnURCU,
jne20 No. 42 College st.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
A. B. & C. W. R03ERTS0N,
KO if. COLLmS STUEET, A'ASliriUE.
DEALERS LV BOOTS. SHOES, ILVTS AND
TtK.now opening in anew store at their Oil n-tb-i
1 JtUll JV?y
A SUnl. an entire now and large assortment or fWi
J. ........ unnW tJTTIlPa n It l)I.-lrIVC? I
vnwuEll BOOTS. SHOES. GAITERS. BUSKINS
and SLIPPERS, made of best materials and in the tautt
styl. Consistmg of a great variety, to which, we mvitotno
-. 0 'ei the trade again, hoping to please
j igSjSSf1 Tb!? C.' W.PR(HlERfe0N
Iron Frame Trunks and Carpet ltatrs.
iniii. n t' , rTr, i n1 1 1 ti i.-i". r."v' r' l l T .i!..i.n
Scree us. Win- '
THE NASHYTT.T.T. "kAHTrFACTPBINB COSCPASY.
r"JHI3 establishment Ls now provided with JIacbinerraii:"
4- Tools, complete, oCthecawc rnodenf cocstrnetion; alas
with the best Mechanical skill that the country affords, sa4
respectfiilly solicit orders. They arc prepared to execute m
follows: - v . tact-'
biicaaa ZoviitutfiM. r i .1 v'j.i
tassengcr, Freight, and Repair Cars completed, undaimort
every descnptionofworkappertaininetoRail Roads. " '
. , . . STEAM ENGINES,
iloat and sfationarr fmm ,v t, sh '
boilers of the best Tmiuuti Iron.
Machinery complete for fitting up SaAh or Circular, Saws,
complete, with the newest and mot approved modes!
ntircr mtt tc "
' . Rn? lri:ninery made for all si2es. comnlef e;
i fvCrrth3Iic,"DerylocSugarMnUandCflttonGiii3 aU
I r -"""Jjorcugar jiiiisana t-OKon uin
TtnTT.TvriMTr to i
InMinJ.CaSt,I.ronRoIie"' aI1 aac''inery for, Rolf
ingMilIs compjete made at shortest nntice.
Bit ASS AND IRON CASTING.
t!liianr ""Pt'oo. with shaOiig. miU ecartnt:. water
wheels, cast in, Hint ,-..,, i- ii' Tivr''
f t,,;;T .Vro' ?05,r50:e. -isent, ,wha isaprvctical ma-
f . ..w-i uiiuvrsigneu. JUiiN B.
MEDICTirES "WHICH HZVEB. 7 AIL TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION, AND CAN BS RELIED 05 FOR THE
CURE OF THE DISEASE3 FOR WHICH THEY
DR. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Member of tbe FhiljuM
phiu 3Iedic:U Society, and graduated, in 1550, from
ihe University of Pennsylvania, under tlie guidance of to
truly eminent Professors Phvsict, ChapmaiuGibson, Coxe.
James and Hare, names celebrated for medical sceoce
and having had daii v intercoorsc and consultation with tboH
distinguished Physhians. respecting diseases of all kindv
and tbe proper remedies therefor; and being solicited by
thousands of hi patients to put up hi Preparations, he rxnr
ufTers to the public, as the results of his experience for th
last thirty years the followin? valuable Family Medicines,
each one suited to a specific disease :
DR. J. S. ROSE'S .NERVOUS XXD Ii'IGO
t r. . .RATING CORDIAL.
Tm Greatest Discovery in Medical Sciencet-Forall Nerv
ous Conditions Oi theSvstem' 1!r n:... , v .
r CompLiints. The astounding ndhppv effect of fir.
: rvous Cordial, for Diseases of the 'Heart. Palpitation.
1 N UmbneSs.NeuraLria. NervOllft TrTTwr.rtKtt f... T,. .
j hura, Flatulence, Pain in tbe Face, AVakeTulness R.tle-w
. ness, orfor lhe Mind or Body worn down by care, labor, or
I study, has induced many physicians to use it in theirprac-,
tice. For a weak constitution, it i a good restorer; it coin-
pietety removes trout tne sycm all nervous irritations. nS
I is almost miraculous in its ranul ami hnnnv- m-,
is almost miraculous in its ramd and hannv Th
weak and the nervous are frequently restored to peififk
health before using the bottle. Price tifiy cents.
SAR.SAP 1RILLA BLOOD PURIFIER.
A valuable Snrinir Medicine for nurifvinir the Blood uin
be found in Dr. ROSE'S SARS.VPARILLA COMPOrND.
This preparation is made of fresh Honduras SarsapariUa.
and combined with otheringredients, to render it the vrr
i best Blood Pnrifiertnade. As a Spring and Summer MeJU
I cinor Drink, it is palatable, refreshing and medicinal; it U
J also efficacious in enriching- the Biood. curing all Skin Ertijw
J tions and Diseases. Scrofulous Sores Ve-ereal Disease suit
! its bad effects noon tho constitution, nmntiral S,i.l!ir,-
Rheumatism, from Mercury. Biles, Old Sores Kidney and
Bladder Afiections and raising up a weak and broken cori
stitutl n from any cause.
Price, jl Cor quart bottles; 50 cents for small brflles.
TO ALL WHO SUFFER AVITIl ANY PAUL,
, Do you suffer with anv pain? If vou do, you will find in
I mediate relief by using Dr. Rose's Pain Curer. Itisiheculv
. nrenaration wliirh nir-s nlnioAt inL-inttv Stn Thnn-t
Rheumatism from Colds Pains in the Side, Back or Luub;
and cent bottles.
All of the above Preparations with Dr. Ro-r Mmiscnl
Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Henlih, to'he Wftl ot"
W. W. BERRY A DEMOVILl.E.
M- L CARTWRIGUT. Nshvte,
And ot Dealers generally throughout tbe State,
jnly) dw ly
TEE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO HP ANY
(Ofieeon Cedar drtt.ew At MuUml Protntmm Ofiteuy
(AESTEACT Or ANXDAU STAVEJiENTS TO MAT 1W. ASTvl.
Assets Mav 1st, lai2..
Premiums for the year ending. May 1st. '32
Interest on Loans '.ic...
Guarantee Stock, additional to above.
. S7.MH. fiii
Losses, Expenses, returned PrenHuans. Ac ,
to May 1st
Caoital Mav 1st. ISM
The rapidlv accumulate Caoilal of ibis CmniMvuths
best guarantee of its entire reh-Ulilr. Kks takaBittl
most moderate terms, aad loswes afjutMl an ntat I nr
JOHN O. FERGUSON. At
Nashville, Mya93. 1SSS tf
U. PSUKtSH. W. n. CIMPBM.L. 1. F. WllCZ
PERKINS, CA3IPRELL A- CO.,
COiIMLSIOX XERVtlAXTS. AA B I'ltKXAVS
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-W. V. C.MP
BELU of Tenneee. having rxirrhaseil tiMr4iro in
terest ot W. S. Pickett ot th hon-e Ul'leKvtt, I'mKhiS Jt
Cm, the business will be continued bv IVm. M. rTntltf-,
Samuel P. Walkr nnd Wm. B. Campbell, under ttn- stjb
of Perkins. Campbell A Ofv.who will m thaa-auC
Pickett, Perkins A Ci. ia lipiidatiun .
W. S. PICKKTT.
W. M. PERKINS.
samuel p. walk::k.
WM. JJ. CAMPBEU-
Nr.wOaLEA.ts April 11. 1S."J. ReferritMr. to Ihe abun
announcement from which it wiU be sera that the oafr
ch.toge is tbe substitution of W. B. Cam(r4t fcr Mr.
Pickett, we respectfully tender to you owservweea General
Commission MerclianLs of this city.
april 30 PERKINS, CAJIPBELL. . CO.
KENTUCKY MILITARY INSriTUTB.
DIRECTED by a Board of Visitors appi-iutnl tjv the
State. i- under tlie SnuerinuViMleot eni t'ol. IL
A. r.aiilir-a tiisiiiitttsnni j;fnmiHW m i, rsi I itiui
and a practical Engineer, aided hy an able faculty.
Tbe course of study is that usuillv taught i i tt hrt
.1.11 J.l. ,'. !?.- .1 ,
n t, HI I.-V - .1 T .: ' . I ( . ... . ii- .. 1 1.
Colleges with tI addition of an extendvil etmtrq f Uy
r . .1 ,.. t:i v., i : 1 m,. i 1 1 ZiiTi
The buildings of the Institute will be eniiretv refuwth&rxl
arrangements made for beating them with steam l-tio thr
opening of the ensuing fall term, which will render tlie. Institute-
entirely un(iialled in regard to IhuHIi. tTiiircntciK-.
and agreeablcness or residence-, as it is afreadv in thrnugh
ness or instruction and strierne9 of governmeo.
Thoseventh annualterm will open on the Kwnii Munday
in September, 1865. Entire charge per mrmMtnh'ial
scssior., (surgeon's fee t- extra, I payable in advanee. "
Address the Superintendent, at ''Militarv lHlitut.
Franklin comity, Kentucky," or the iiDilfrsitrm-l.
P. DUDLRY.PresideBtrf herdi
iouisville Jonrnal, StLonis Republican, Piitshoix (taxH
te, Nashville Republican Banner, Nashville 'Jihws and
Memphis Eagle, will publih in city and country issues
the amount uf jiO, and send bill to the SupennteiHtolJit
the Institute. jtdy 9,1 sW Oru
j)lCil AND CHKAOuTlSAT NU'IIOI?
1 Vi CORNER. I have on hand a beautiful a-iortmentiOt"
Indies Dress Goods, which vill be soMat verv retlucmt
prices, as the season is advancing-. Great bargains may bo
expected. Call soon.
fiifirw nnil f.mvnafmm Si. 1ft 14c .ml tii .ml . fm.
assortment of Berage of all stvles, Silk Tissues. Kveaint;
i Dresses, Ae Ac AIsoacoodasortmeBtfMii'iijuitft-Nrt
I tings. JAMES NICIIOL.
! junI No. 15, Cor. Soarc and Msrtat si.
! IISSOLUTION. Tlw CoparteerslMp bermfero es
I XJ isting under the stvte of McNAIRY A FL'RMAN. ex
pired on the 1st day of Jtilv inst. R. C. McNatrv will eot.
tinue tbe business at tbe old stand, and will settle the busi
ness of the late firm. Signed R. ('. McNAIRY.
Nashville. July 6th, 185. F. FURMAN.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending K. C. McNAIRmy
late partner, to the friends and cusiutners tf tbebousr,
nnd respectfully solicit a continuance uf lie patrouag-i hp
liberally bestowed upon ths late firm.
julys Signed F. FURMAN.
WHITE GOODS. SOHN A HILLMAN, luvo
hand a large assortment of Jackouets, Cambric
Tape, Checks, Swiss Muslins, India Books. Bishop Lawns.
Victoria Lawns. Striped Jackocets. Dotted Swiss, Embroid
ered Swiss Toilets tine sbeetis$r, Ac, Ac. All olnhichsro
effered at very low iirices at the
june 19 No in. Public Squara.
PARASOLS of every description ore now o tiered, at
greatly reduced prices, st the
June 19 No la. Public Square.
R. T.I.. BRYAN resDMffuny offer his sVwrcmto
the citizens of Nashville in tbe practice of Medicme.
and especially in the treatment of Ctiroax Diseases. Of.
flee on the corner of Union and Summer streets.
OK II A U TIJIRER 1 baveconsianHv Miham,lS
miles from Nashville on the Railroad, Cedar Sill and.
Lintel Timber, Flooring and aU other Cedar Tuubor.at th
shortest notice. Aho, Cedar Stakes. bich I will load pa
cars at $20 per thousand. Order will be that kfully loctir-
edand promptly aitended to oy ins suwcnui;
juneI8 3 m. JAO. HILL.
XYTJIITE GOODS AND TKLMMISGS.- Dotted
VV Swiss Plain do superfine (kirdod and Checked dov
super fine Mull and Nainwk Jln-lins, Jaconets Crunlirica
Trimmings Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLKLLANpV,
june23 V. . Public Square.
Hicn Jaroncc anu nwra- . .w. ...... u.-, . "
S w Al l J.
rAN'THiS SCARFS, Ate. We have seme cr
I .. . , . f . 1 . . I , -ll . ; c-:ii T . I?
I Rich Mantfeson hand, new stvle, in Silk, Lace. Apn
ea, ir. Lace Scarfs, Crape do. White Craps Shawls, Mtulin
de Lane do, which we will close out verv cheap.
june2S No 20. Public Square.
partnership heretofore existing under the GruiofSbtcc
HtLtVAS A Co, is this da v dissolved by mutual consent.
may29 k .h A FRANK A CO.
! have this dar Tormed a Copartnershic. under th unit
j of Sorer A IlauiAy, and will contirme the Dry Goods Busj
1 ness at the store heretofore occupied bv Kobo HUIjaan A Co.
( MIKE SOHN.
AX Rich Black Silks super Black Ore de Rhtas,Kich
Printed Bareges and Tissue, bite Barages and Whi'a
Silk Marqu-aso. White Glace Silks Whita Lace Drewes..
Emb'd Crapes, RichBaregdo Lanes Rich Freuch tlrgiut
diez,3Iuslins Ginghams Ac, Ac These Goods are very:
rich and will be sold at very low prices at
jupe23 No 2. Publio Squara ,
-I A M. X
WILLIAMS has become interested ia one
O business which will still be conducted undorthe styU
and linn of fjulvl31 JOHNSON, HORN, A CO. .