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" raj asLTAWUomra'Acfcrt-fot Ms paper iu Uie cifies o jj
Boston, New Y'or and PhdaikSphia, -and is duly cntppw-.j
ercd to ta'.c aaverBseineniapuu jiugacrsRuons ai lot puei uo
roquirM by us His refceipts will be regarded as payment.
HU office are Bostos, Scotlaya lluuding ; Jfaw Y'oes.
Tribune Bnildmgs ; l'sitAMinm, N. JY. corner Third and
3gTC. 51. Carroll, ii our authorized ageutfor the city
ofMemphis. He can bo-found at the I, O.in that city.
"J'artrin Ac Monroe", General Newspaper A eentsj
NnTwt. Walnut -street, are auinorized agents for the Nasbv
Tills Union in Cincinnati.
SUNDAY MORNING, .JOW 2, IS53.
05" Attention is respectfully , invited to a card
in oar Special column, headed Tmportant to Slave
IcZckrs! ' '.
The advertiser, I)r. Morris, has -only very re
cently become one of us, yet incredible asl it may
.seein he has. by his skill and success in the treat
ment ot the'di'stressi'njj complaints 'named in h'a
card, made an indeliiblo impression. There are
many relieved sufferersherein our city whofcheer
fully testify to h'ra industry, perseverance and suc
cess. The Dr. needs no puffing; he only wishes that .
Ma card may be read by the sufferers An& that
ihey tniy consult liim and be cured.
Ciiihsbe Coolies. The New York Sup isnot over
sanguine that Chinese labor is going to, be success
'h! in the Wost Imlia Islands, as some seem to think;
The editor ls information regarding the habit3 and
temper of these singular people, which, iftrue, goes
tar to raise doubts of the value of Chinese labor.
Xhey.aro represented as indisposed to bear severe
or long continued toil, foud of repo?e. gossiping, re
laxation, "fitful in tlfcir temper, requiring patient and
judicious management, " and dangerous in the ex
treme, when rotted" to resistanpe, knowing no res
traint, and placing no alue on human life. The Sim
Tite'hinese repugnance to a negro is described
as 'sometWtig unconquerable.' 'Ilik Queitsz' a
'black devil' U the worst form of opprobio'us abuse
in a Ciiinzman'i mouth, and there would be a sh-ong
prejudice to overcome )a reconciling them' to live
and work with the blacks in Jamaica and Cuba.
Tiie great difficulty to successful Chinese emigration
or Colgnwation would therefore seem tobe the get
ting of wives for litem. What chance the re'volu
tion now in progress in China may work on the
public sentiment on the subject of female emigra
tion we cannot anticipate, but it is easy to compre
lienfl that until the minds and the feet of the Chi
nese women are emancipated from their, hereditary
. Jjondugp, the prospect of improving any country by
. jin importatiort of unmarried and strange-notioned
Chinamen cannot be very encouraging!"
Courtesy- Thisr or Tins. The power of diffus-.
' ing bappihesi is not the exclusive power of the rich.-
All are capable of it, .The poorest man can cheer
me by his affection, or distress me by his hatred or
contempt. Kvory man is dependenton another.
A piece of neglect, even from'the lowest and' most
contemptible of men, is fit to ruffle the serenity of
my Imppmess; and a civil attention even from the
humbles of our land, carries a gracious and exhilara
ling influence along will: it.
Let me never hear, then,' that the poor have
nothing in their power They have it in their pow-
ec. to give er withhold kind or obliging expressions.
They have it in their power to give or withhold the
mites of affection and sincerity of tender attach
inenL Let not the humble offerings of poverty be
disregarded. The man of sentiment knows how to
value them; he prizes them the best deeds of binefi-
cence. They lighten the . eary anxieties of this
ivorld, and carry him on with a cheerful heart to the
cud of the journey.
Sad Occukbesce. Last Saturday week, four
negroes, whilst bathing in Cumberland river, un
dertook to wade across, and were washed down in
to deep water by the current. Twoof the negroes
pank almost immediately. The other two were
saved by "a lad 13 years old, who hearing their
tfriesfor assistance seized a rail and 6 warn out to
them. lie succeeded in bringing two to the shore,
one at a time, and then endeavored by diving to
bring up the two who had sunk, but did not suc
ceed in his noble efforts.' We could not learn the
name of this heroic youth, but whoever he is, his?
fearlessness and self possession are deserving of
the highest commendation. If he lives, we pre
' diet that ho will yet win a name of which his na
tive State will be deservedly proud. Clarlsville
Smart Powdkb. At Springfield, N. H., there is
an establishment for manufacturing a species of
powder that poeases qualities which DuponE
nerer dreamed of. It has been said that when a
keg geU on fire at one end, a man J:as time to saw
it in two and save one half before the explosion
(akoc place. Miners call it "blasting stuff." Ex
change. This is the first time we ever heard that any land
of powder was manufactured at Springfield, IL II.,
lujt wc are reminded by the above notice of a kind
f powder once kept in that vicinity by a merchant,
who diopped a lighted candle into a keg of the ar
ticle, -wWeli began to burn, but with'grcat prescnce
of mind bedashed into it acouple of quarts of his
best rum, which extinguished the fire, and saved
liis powdor. Concord Reporter.
Tnn SitALt-tST Steau Escnn: i.vrnE Would.
Ifr. Benjamin J. Warner, the London watch man
ufacturer, has sent to this country, for exhibition at
tlw Vv orW s Fair, the working models for two steam
.engines. The smallest one, an oscillating cylinder
jenmne. stands upon an Jinchsh four penny piece,
size of half a dime) with room to spare. The cyl
inder is but ons-sixth of an inch in diameter, the
length of stroke three-eighths, and diameter of the
niston is that of an ordinary needle. The other is a
beam ongine, composed of more than two hundred
pieees. The h-ngth of die stand is three and a
quarter inches, length of beam two and a quarter
inches, diamatcr ol cylinder three-eights of an inch,
jtml the lencth of stroke seven-eighths of an inch.
Both of the engines are sciewed together with
thedelwacy and precision of the woik of a watch.
TiieSiiesp Tbadi; Acnosa ti;e Px.aiss. F. X.
Aubirey. the well known Western trader, left San
la Fe sometime during last December, with a flock
' of sheep of near 5,000, ami a number of mule teams.
Tie travelled down the Kio Grande some distance
went around through the State cf Sonora cross
h1 the Colorado at the mouth of the Gila and lo3t
but 25 sheep and one muV, and that mulo was
pilot by the Indians for food. Notwithstanding
the winler through which he had to pass, he land
tnl in California about the 15th ulu, with some 3,-
500 head of sl;eep and ten mule tcam3 all fat and
gad ready fur market after having sold,
1,000 ohl and lame sheep lor 5.S,UUU. nnct aooui
g3 000 worth of smnll and lirojjen down mules
M-hieh he solil to the Mormons as he. passed tlifough
lheir lower spftlements.
Cork and Tobacco Chops is XIakylakd. The
Annapolis oorresjioiuleiit of tlie Ualtimore Sun, un
der date of the 12th instant, says: "After the
Jteavaus lind been closed up fornearl' two months,
Jkev were suddenly opened on Sunday night, wheu
herefrefting rain descended on the thirsty ground
Iu torrent, but soon suosided into gentlo and fer
tilizing showers, whicl) liavc enabled all our tobac
co planters (who had plants) to finish setting their
wops. It lias also secured to them a fine crop of
corn, whidi was in preat danger of entire destruc
tion by the drought
05- It is understood that theHon. James Buch
anan, whose appointment as minister plenipoten
tiary of the United States at the Court of bf
James has already been announced, will soon pro
ceed to Lihdon to assume the duties of his mission..
Wo learn, also, that Hon. Messrs. Soule of Lou
isiana, (jiidsden of South Carolina, Borland of
Arkansas, Green of Missouri, and Jledinger of
Virginia, havini; nearly completed their prepara
tory arrangements, arc abpuf. to proceed to their
respective destinations, to enter upon the duties j
of the several mississions confided to their charge.
W- W. I'INN,
41, MARKET STREET,
n e t w k E s r n i o x s v n k s y r a n t. ,
C OLD AND VELVET V V- ST?
f l'HU HANG1XGS.--A large JZlS
uuJ bewmf.il varietv. , irMl8r
Deoomtivc V11 Papei, all PCggO.
the 1 ittwt French deicns.
Itonlers, Window Paper!", Teaster and Cen,
trc Piece, alarye asortnlcllL
Client Luslitied Pnperj 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12i? to 2 cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and Cheat tor
cvsa. . iy"
JUST FINIS HLD AID FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
. TUE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
BOOKAWA YS AND FAJIILY CARRIAGES.
r3S- Take PARTICULAR NOTICE tnat
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET.
July 19 IRA A.
G9e,of the laver. When tlte. eetebwWd DrC
Rash deel&iiHlthat d'runteoess icu a disease, he eminciaj-:
te4 a truth B-hioliflia ezperlencd aud tbseriraiion of medi
cal men in erery day conlirming. tataf. apparentfy
insane excesses of tfiose who Indulge 'b'lfi use' of ipirit
ons liqtiors, tcaj "br thtu accounted for. The true cause of
infituation. is verr froonentlr a
diseased state of the lirer. Kb orsan in he hdmaa. sys-1
tem, when deranged, produces a more frightful catalogue 1
of diseases. And it; instead oi apniyDg remeaies 10
the tnanirestattens of.'disaase, as ia' too; bftea ' thl case,
physican wrould prescribe with a view to the' original
cause, fewer deaths would result from-diseascs. ipduced by
a deranged state of the Liver..Threa-fourths of ttja dis
eases esumerated under fho bead of Consumption1, havo their
seat in "a diseased liver. (See Dr. Dunn's great works.)
Indtyjiidn, sicpptyteflh JA.isrr; ihsUMtmiAihJeni
r2 irrtjutdrily t (he'petinri tfihe JBotvels, are diseases ori-
pinating in the same prolific ause,.ns is also that dreadful
scourge UlbrfcrblA. Those who are aullcted with any
of Ihe above enumerated diseases, may rest assured that the
source ofjbelrnialadies Jis the Lirerjtnd forjts- correction,
the best remedy ever offered to the public is Dr. M'Lancs
celebrated Liver Pill, for the cure of Hepatis, or Liver'Com
phUnf. ' '.'
' J3For sale at all. the principal Drug Stores in Nashville
and vicinity. " ,n t) ,
It. It. It. Miraculous Cures". People wonder at
the quick efficacy of the p. B. Ill Remedies, in sfopplng
pain, removing its causey and curing the. most obstinate
complaints. Yet there is no mystery in it-there' is- noth
ing miraculous about it. True, until lie R.'R..B, Remedies
were introduced, nq remedy orjnedi;ine was evelcuown to.
.stop the most torturing pains in a few ecp"nds,r and allay
the most violent Cramps of Cholera, Neura'gia, Spasms,
Ac, in a few minutes. Radway's Ready Relief will slop
pain instantly, because it produces a counter action upon
the arts here jain is felt. If the patient stilfers from
Neuralgia, it immediately acts upon the nerve., itoduccs la
counter irritation, inrigorales the nVrres;' and'imjMU-is vital
ity to'.the parts where pain is experienced. The action of
the Relief is quick; and the ypry .moment jt unapplied, it
begins to counteract the effects. proiuceJ by diseased iac-
tion. If you are the victim of Cholera, it acts Mnfianll-
taken internally, it settles the somach and allays all pain
ful irritation and sickness, it infuses neat into the blood,
and its warm and healthful influence thrills through every
portion of the body; it NEUTRALIZES THETOISOSOUS
MALARIA OF CHOLERA AND OlIKCKS ITS l'RO
GRESS. Applied externally, it jdlays Cramps and SpasmS,
and restores the cold-cramped and almostlifelesg. victim, to
life and health. If you are troubled with Sick Headache,
the Ready Relief taken internally will neutralize the acid
of thestomach, mako the stomach sweet and pare, and the
breath Jrigrantly; externally, it wiU'produce a counter a
tion on the scalp and refresh the.scnjses.. Thia,-thcn, is all
the mystery about the acUonofR.lJ. Reliefc.ii-does'not lie
in the action of the Relief, but in the science of its chemi
cal and pharmaceutical combination. So with each of the
other R. R. R. Remedies, 'ihe Resolvent acts in like man
ner upon the blood, and the diseased deposits, renovating
and resolving away from the system all scrofulous humors'
and poisonous deposits,
RAD WAY'S REGULATORS. For regulating the or-"
gansofihe system and hecuring a regular action of each;
freeing the bowels from all retained humors, assisting the
stomach, aiding the digestive organs in their functional du-.
ties, the liver to secrete'iU b'de, and lhekidneysnnd blad
der their urine; the bovrcls in discharge their burden, and
the skm to emit a free and healthy perspiration. Such arc
the effects the R. It. It. Remidies have upon the system, aud
the mystery of their curing the stck so quick.
R. R. R. Remedies are for sale by Druggists generally. -
' IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIShaving permanently located in NAsnvitit,
respectfully tenders liis services to the suflering jmblie.
Scrofula,- Ulctri, Caactrt, Tetter and Ring Horn,- treated
in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, bnt active and ef
fective, their use being attended with.no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance
fromordiuary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
that he has fettled in your midst, not for the purpose of Jium
bugging or imposing upon you, but to relieve those to may
be suffering with diseases which are destroying by piece
meal many ofyr-r deserving and useful citizeni
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly underr
stoodund successfully treated by Dr. 1L J
To those who may doubt th Doctor's skill in the healing
art, he would respectfully propose that they bring forward a
case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they
can conveniently find.) and pledge themselves to;see that
directions are strictly followed'for a reasonable time; Dr.
11. will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
as may be necessary, and, jn such .quantities from time to
time as the case may require, aud, until a cure shall be ef
fected, positively no fee will be received, and if nartlief be'
cbtained from tiit vejf the medicines, no charge ichalenr
will he made for adeke or medicine.
The aticntion of masters and owners of servantsIs pat-
ticularly inviled to the above. Those having servants af
flicted with Scrcfuli, Oravtt, stiffness or sorene3S"of the
limbs and joints, would find it to their advantage to consult
Dr. M. His treatment is mild, aud in no case will il be ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, " ANTI HUMBUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, postpaid,
in closing five dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DR. W. II. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, CedarsL,
near Post Oflice. Nashville, Tenn. may 13 d&wCm.
DR. A. G. tJOODLET.
HOUCK'S PANACEA AND GOODLET'S LINT STENT.
So. 25, Deadtrick St., Xashrille, Tenn.
Important to the Afflicted! '
Prepared solely from Vegetable Matter by Dr.
A. G. GOODLET.
Six miles East of Lebanon, Tenn, May 8, 1B53.
Dr. Goodlft Dear Sir : I have used several bottles of
vour Panacea for Dispepsia, a disease that I have been af
flicted with for the last twenty-fire or thirty years, and it
gives me pleasure to lnlorm you that 11 nas oenenltea me
more than all other medicines I have ever taken, and I most
confidently recommend it, believing as I do from my expe
rience that it is a most valuable medicine for the human
system in general. Yours truly, THOS. L. SMITIL
TO MOTHERS. Supply vourfplf with Houck's Panacea
and Goodlet's Liniment, and ue projxjrly, nd save your
selves of much trouble, loss ot sleep, and your family 'from
Prepared solely from. Vecetable Matter, Dr. A.
One of the irrcaf est Liniments ever discovered for the cure
of Rheumatism, Tmnorn, l'aly. Gout, Ringworm, Itch, J
Chilblains, rrost Uilcs, .Mumps, stillness ot tne joints,
Cramps, Sprains. Bruises, Cuts, Burns. Dulocations, Frac
tured Bones.-Poisonous Biles, Sore Throat, Stiiics, all I
kinds of swelling with or without pain, likewise this Lini
ment is adipted most peculiarly to diseasesof Horses, such
as strains, indamation of the withers,'fistuk, shrinking ot
the shoulderjoinls, wind galls, soresi scratches, poll evil,
' &c I'nccper botue, Ho cents.
I All persons desiring to make a trial of the efEcacy of these
if t T iTn- f .11 . I,.. !., .1! .. r
Ids I-aboratory. Residence, No. f, Spruce SL, between
rpIIE following list of articles in our warehouse, which
X have fcecn in Store from 1 to 10 years, if not called for
in 00 days will be said at Auction forcharges, vir:
z uoxes .taction & aiier;
M W Sloan;
Del worth, Taylor A Co; .
Montagues Balm, for teeth;
F Johnston; ,
T M Owen;
Graves A Venable; . '
1 nackaire, R Morrisson:
1 small box, D M Taylor;
1 dp do 3 no Nathans;
4 trunks, no niark; 7
il PIcuffh ' do:
1 Banket WapjQn do;
1 Cupboard do;
1 Box ".' 1 ' do; '
1 Hat Stand do; - -, i
' - Tlx.1 Cast Steel do;' ' ' '
1 ". Gas 1'ipes do;
julylS lm t
JOUNSON A SMITIL
IMUtVEiH, iilAlJUUiilJU a w.i
BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
A' A" H" QRZEAXS.
WMiS-PICKbTTflat' ofthe Arm ori'lCKETT, PER- j
1C1NS A CO. m id J. R. MACMUBDO, Banker, hav
ing associated themselves in bu-ines, Will conduct a
Iiniikiii and General Commission Busiuess,
in this Cilv, iindcrSrm of 1'i'cKicrTi Macmchdo A Co.
I'rlisufarlt6nt!ii jmid to Ihe Sale of Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supples and Meroliadduic generally.
1 july20 Cm.
NASHVILLE FEMALE ACADEMY.
rpHE next Session of tii Institution (the oldest for tho
JL education of Females in the South-West) commences
August Ihe 3Mh. 1S53. ,
ITealto. But two YnuDgLadfeshave died at thii .institu
tion in a period of nearly 40 yfrars ; iu this respect it is un
equalled by am-School In the United States.
Five Auts. Wehaveraadereoently, extensive and costly
preparations for tho Instruction "of our pupils in Music,
l'ainting, Drawimr, Ac
PnvsiCAL ExE&tsE; We have a separate' Department
for " Physical Exercises," which has been found to be of
great advantage to the health and vigor, and cheerfulness of
j our pupils.
Thacheiw No Teacliejs employed are retained but those
who are found to be Dot only competentto teach, but also fit
for the far highor duties intolved in training children out of
. school. Allthemostimrnrtants'tationsarenowpermanent
I ly filled by sucn Teachers. A apply to
juiyiil 8t. u. ji. r.LiL.iui i.
T7OR SALE. A No. 1 Negro woman, 23 years old: jd.
l fo a uoy, year oiq.
R. A. BALL0WE,"
TSfcEGUA.PItED FOR THE UNION' AND. AMERICAN.
- .Ctxcuaun. Joly) River-stationary. .Weather cloudy,
a ten ftfet rise is reported Itf'the Kanawha rirer ' Market
quiet dealers in floor awaiting steamtrs netra. Sale of
oafs at 43. "Whisky 19X with abetter demand. Cheese
T. Groceries ateady; with a fair demand, good retail demand t
for 'bacon, but beyond this.we htar nothing dohifc".
... Atlasta, July 22,1553,
DiabSiek Siace our last we havenocnangc to notice in
the price of Bacon, Lard, Butter.ITlour.anil Meal. Wehave
sold a few lots of corn at 70c per bushel, fackd wbotcsale.
ButlittleofanyJirindof produce tas been received for-the
last four weeks, stock generally light; States of exchange,
unchanged. , , Respedftiny?.
'. 3EG0 St ABEbTT, ,
II. G. FARRELLS
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LKIHEHT
. TRTmiPHANT OVER DISEASE:
THIS celebrated medicine, skillfuly "comprised as it iscf j
tlcniMt healing balsams and penetrating ous, can never.
afllirtinn ih:it could be alleviated
b" an external remeay. its superiority over an inuer umi- : i-c? " isuu.i.w iu wiumuu -roents
U provea by the miraculous cures it performs, and by ' didaie to represent Davidtpn County in theLnwebrinch ot
the great and conetantly increasing demand. There has lhaiieit Legulatiue. .
been sold witliinthe pastyear more than THRESJiilLr nyffe aroftUthoriee'd to announce Col jAMESfM.SnziD
LIONS OF B00TLES, and there can be but few persona ! afta candidate to jepntHt thecouatieaof WarrenCannon,
foondwhodonot bestow upon it the highest praiicTOr tlofi ( CoOVe, Grundv and Van Buren, iatte Senatorial branch of
rare virtues it possesses. Nothing,, perhaps, since lUcrev:i (heriextGenenil Assomblv. . - r
tion of the world, has been so successful an ettojaalrenie- , diVairttoraW-fo-aandunce'FiiirR.'CHtATHAM
dy forallnervoiuui8ease3.as jhiswondcrfnlct t T.en , -jj tre-jet, forCouuty Court Clerkat theen
api.lied, it instantaneously diffuses f 8hlhft n?1 i .suiUl,rfection. -- '
rtem oothin the irritated; nerve, al ay Irg the most in- sul " ' , . ,
SMerStLamart deliihtfuf sensation. Itajfc -. SOT . WtaaeWftw a
Sfo>vmarkable cure, whicScan be attted,to by-f candidate fof rfrdee tun to ttnceofhcnfftf Davidson
hundreds wno were fully acquainted the nlfcle circurn- : county, at the next March election. A
etincc . ,
Mi"dau!ter, when sU -months nld.-walr taken with a
swelling in th tonsils, which .grew larger and larger, til!
when Mxy'ears- old she liad great dilBculty in. swallOjiang l.er
food. Ever-uight watch waskept, fearing she wpuljeur
focatej The bestdoctors attended her but could gtro no re
lief. I took her to the most eminent doctors in Uie hast;
they said there was no help for her bnt to outgrow it. "With
a sad heart I' returned home with her, when site became !.o
much worse that the doctors had to becalled'in agatn; they
decided that the tonsils must be cut off, as the only meai.s
of giving relief. My wife would not consent to tins, and she
determined to try your Liniment, which gave relief the very
first application, aid bv a continued uso she entirely re
covered. She is ikiW ten ears old and fleshy and healthy as
could be desired. Your Liniment is also the besf in nso for
t.pratu's, bruises, cut, bums, headaehe, eta, "and it will re
move the most severe pains in a few miuutes. If alo cured
caked unnder in my cow iuaew days. ,w, , "
Peoria, March 20th, 1S4U- - GEOROh tORD.
Look out for Gmnierfeitt
Tile public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which lias latblv madeits appearance, called W. B. Farrell 9.
Arabian Linim'entj-llie most dangerous of all thi counter
feits, becaato his haviflg the name of Farrell, nuaiy will buy
Kin-good faith, without the knowledge that n enunUrfcit ex.-.
ists, and they will pcrliapsonly discover- their error when
the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects.
articlo is manufactured onl V bv H.- G. .Farrell, .
soleinrentorand proprietor, and wholesale druggist; Nb. .
11 iiainsireei, 1 eona, luiuou?, iu
Agencies must bo addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letters H. G. before Farrell's, thus H. G. FAKRELL S
and his signature on the wrapper, all others are eoimterfe-.ts.
SoidV cart Wright a ahmstuong,
and by regular authorized agents throughout Uie United
25" Price 25 and W cents, and Jl per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in svery town, village ami hamletm
the United States, in which one is not already established.
AddressII. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re
fcuree a t -Uaracter, respectfully, Acj . . diw
Corner of Sixth and. Main Street,
TnE undersigned would rwpeetfoU inform his -friends
and the traveling public ingeneral, that he has leatcd
the above named Hotel for a term of years. Having gone to
a" great expense in refiting and refurnishing the same, so
that it is now second to no hotel in the West. Hoping by
strict attention to business to merit a liberal share1 ot the
public favor. , , J-M0-1,Ibf-
Formerly of the ashvlle Inn.
Louisville, July 19 tw o ism.
others. I will offer Jur ale to the highest bidder for cah, at
"the Court House in Nashville, ou Saturday the. 3d day of
(September next, a tract of Land, lying in the county ofHicl;
inan and Stale of Tennessee, on the waters of Mill Creek
' and Lick Creek, containing by estimation 5,000 acres,
julyao trd F. R. CHEATHAM, Cllc
FACTS THAT ARE FACTS.
Wno does not know that Lyons Co., keep always on
hand the finest Cignrs and Tobacco to bo had in
town. All we can say to those who ro ignorant of this, is
to request them to call and examine our stock, and they
will 63on ba convinced that such is the case. Don t forget
41. & r.H. n.Tnn rn Vo TJ. Cedar street.
Tobaccos. We ere just in receipt of a large lot of j
Kmnl-mfand chewlnir Tobacco. consting of some ol the-1
finesfbrands, Cue cut and in plug. For sale either wlwle
, sale or retail b v I ' OSS & CO.,
)nlyl3 No. 19, Ced-rbt
TRUSTER'S SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEi
TVTltL be sold low onTuSo July 2ulli, in front of
" .VV onr store, ou College street, a largo lot of Furniture,
by virtue ofa .deed af trust, executed by D. ll.Damels to-h.
"L."Bridges, Registered in BookNo. 1C, pages 4.-,2 and 4,
dated 15th November, 1S32, consisting or a Urge, lot of
Bedsteads, Mattrasses; Comforts, Mosquito Bars Bureaus,
w-oi,..tno n,rru Tnhl lot of Cha-rs. IkK-CNse,"
De'k, Crockery, two large sheet iron Stoves, one ortgioally
cost ?120, and numerous other articles. Terms CasK Sale
jnlyic-td , Auctioneer
JDST received a few more caies of those Fashionable
Cassimere Hats, very light and tasty.
ALSO. Black Leghorns, Flat Brim Leghorns" and Boys
Also. An entire new style of Hats called the Albonl
Hat, jnst issued in the New York market, wilh all thq other
stvles of Moleskin, Beaver and Cassimeres, of cverv quality
will be found ot WATERFfElD k WALKER'S,
No. 2C, Public Square, next to Gowdey's.
2C0N0K7 AKD CONV35fIENCE.
The subscribers offer the followlne good and snilicien i
fam:U- in the South should use tbe
Wrought fron Cooling StoK.
Manufactured bv them and called
1st. It is of Southern manufacture, being made -by the
subscribers in the city of Nnhville.
2nd. It is of such desirable malerial that it murt oiillast
lhn irftiiirnist iron Stoves.
Sd. It is more complete iu its cooking apparatus than any
cast iron Stove.
4th. It is so simple in construction tliat a child can ue
'.1th. Us economy of fuel is such that it docs not use hair
as much fuel as a cast iron stove of tbe same f ize.
6th. In the economy oftime it is important, as it can be
heated readv for use in a few minutes.
7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove is
heated at the same time.
Mh. Its perfect reliability as we have put up over four
hundred of them in this State, and no.one has ever failed
to Rive entire Satisfaction. S.NOW,MACKh.lh lu.
iulvH College St., Nashville. 1
LADIES' PINE GAITERS, SLIPPERS, A c.
Sup. Satin Francaise Gaiters, tip'd foxed, plain toes.
" Embroidered BronzcJ Kid Slippers;
" Black " do;
Gents' Elesnuit ratent Leather Boot;
" Superior Frencli Calf Dress do;
" " " peg do;
" Fixkst Cloth Congress Gaitscs;
Jnst received.by RAMAGE A CIIORCH,
jane2a No. 42 College st
TTALIAN MEDICATED SOAP.-For render
X ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white and soil,
removing salibwness, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan,
Tu ftnnthinc influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating ,
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
iheui ifalready formed, eliciting on lliccuecsc 01 age uie
clearness and smoothness of vouth. Prepared by l)r. . t .
Gouraud, 67 Walker st., 1st Store from HftvA;.iV.
Forsaleby teb'J GEORGE GRL1G.
RENCn WINES AND RRANDJES. Always
on hand, a well assorted varietv of foreign V mes ami
Liquors, putup in wood and bottles, and for sale bv
feli9 GEORIjl. GKlilt
PINE APPLES AND PEACHES. Just re
ceived, a fresh lot of Pino Apples and Peaches put up
In glassjars, and for sale by GEORGL GRL1G.
C" " HEESE. w'ToxeT Western Re:rvc Cheese, re.
ceived and forsaleby fcb'J GEORGE GREUL
iINE APPLE CHEESIS. to ooxes superior
I Goshen Pine Apnlc Cheese, received and forsaleby
I-IfiS. On baud and for sale a small lot of very line
Ftf 6W GEORGE GREIG.
UM DROPS.-A fresh supplv oflinet quality Gum
ijT Drops of various flavors just '"".fp
-sTinnm.iTH A simprior article of Chocolate
( email stioks and in half pound cakes l't HI,il.'.1.1!,.'
and for sale by feb9 OfcUttutJ uitciu.
T7RENCII NEUGA CANDY Just received by
J? express a small lot of While French Neiwga Caiidv put
l Hn foil anil for salo bv GEORGE (iRKIG.
BEEN TEAS. 50 cans fresh Green Teas, hermet
tallysled.c.handandforsale - i-nvsTI TEAS. Jnst received, an extra assortment
of BlaekandOreen Teasoflhellnest qualities import-
cd. and warrantea superior, .ju.
GEO. GREIG, Union street.
XTTICE. Tho parmersiiip c.c..u : "-""K
Vinihffiindersurnedn the steam mill at Buchanans-
r-..t! 1 1...
SALE OT" 5.000 ACRES OF LAND.
EY virtue of a decree of the County Court of .Davidson
ouutv, rendered at the July term, ISjO, in the case of
Aiati.a s'Wricrht AHmV. vs IL J. Meiss. next Iriendaud
STe ate authorized to announce JIaj. B. JI, IlAtxra as
a canaioate u reprcseni uaTiuson county in tue tower branci
of the-next General AsicmWr. '
E3"Veare ouUioriiedto'onn6ujibciJ).vxTniaa as a catfe:
.Uiaate tor Mayer M-me ensmug eiectipn.-
T-Ye ar sntnoriied to (innoanco G. Jf.Fn ne n mi-
didalefor Mayorattbo ensuing election. st0 i
I'ST We Ji e authorixed to- annoceWf HzHoE-'f as cau5
didale for Mayor. " '
C XSf We are acrtfioriied to announce Geoeoe'Clahk as
a candidate for Trustee of David son, at the JIartfi election;
r J3rWc are authorised to announce 1saac1LJosI3 a caa
didata focCounty Court Clerk, at the n3xt-March electionf
tSWe areanthoriicd tnannounce Jonx K- EnaosESOX-
e-are auujorjscaronunqimcc jusoni wcx5nc6n.u1,
asu-candidXtsforShciiffaJ tjiaeustuny elecJvoq. 5
r?" We are anthoriied lo jaucouacs Wniu.11 Luto.v, a
. acandidate for Sheriff of JJawdiwa couutyv at 'thefen'suiEi;'
A election.,: .: il cl
STWe'ara anthori' to atmgunce Major .Riqdha F
i jjwearewnorua 10 announce w iluu uuoTra
as a candidate to represent the countieilof 'Yh!te Jackson
and Atacou in.ui nenaiorui oraccii or tue nexi iencrai
sembly. '-, - - . K l
J" We arc authoriied to annoimce.TnQUAsSiJiOfKa aa
.candidate forTruteeo.flVvidMn County . ,
We are anthorue.l iind requested to announce Ma.',
Tn&iiAg ltABar aa n. c.maicaie lor congress in Uie nwi,
district. - "
""Exf-tirnVK Ornci",, I 1
BY the act of tha General Assem
bly passed February id, ls52,
1 am l-L-fluired'to t)uhllh to the peo
ple of the Slate, that the ameridmenbi propo sed to the Con
stihtlion. Iminrr Resolution No. 8, tossed Nor. 2.. 1S.31. en
iiilT liPrrTTvwMt iimmidrneiits latliA ConistTfiilion (if the!
State of Teuneeerud(iiittil by the p'tesent General Asscm-.
"bv.andtobe acted qu by the people," and Resolution No
li. adopted Nov- 2!), Ik-51, entitled "A resolution to alter",
the" teuth'articleof the Constitution of tho State of Tennes
see," and which are hereto appended, were passed by a ma
jority of the" General AR.-einbly at th? session of,l&49-50;
and tliat at the next regular sesion, said resolutions were
passed" by. two-thirds ft all the members elected Xa, each
House, .in accordance with the provisions of the Constitu
Imn rVt (ii l tlw l-pnral election to be heldontlfa first
Thursday ;n August, said amendments aofdbe' sub-
to the fjy'upjo lor weir approval. , iue anenjion 01
.me voters 01 uie :iaie is i;ei-euv
omendmcals lo the Constitution,
cMled to' tlio.nrobosedr
and the Slicritu' of the .
several counties aro referred, to the.act of thei
rSo1-', m rerird to thcir-dnties. ' " r 1
T T vt'linvfir T ii ro harit sat vr
1 m A. f 1. 1
S. lrarid -and'eaused "thS Great 'Seafor the State to
I be aflixed. W. B. CAMPBELL.
, Bv the Governor: . . . . ,; .
. " . W, B.A.RaisiV,. ... .
Secretary of State. ., , w .
I'ropoted amcnlinaiUto the Constitution of the State jf Ten-
neaee,adoeH'jifitJpre3eni General Astendfy,aid tole
acted -uvonl'j the people- ;
The third section of. the Gth article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows
Section- 5. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall, be
elected by the qualified, voters of the State at large, and the :
Judges of such inferior courts as the Legislature may estab
lish, phalfboeiectbdby the qualified voters residing, w ithin
the bound-, of any district orcircuit to which such inferior
.1 iid -i! or Judges, eitlier of Law or Eouitv may be assigned, -
by ballot, in Uie same manner that members of the General f
Assembly are elected. .Courts may be established to be J
holaen by jusiiccs 01 tup peace juuges 01 iue,i?uijii-uic
Courtshalihethirty-tiveycarsof age, and shall be elected
forthe, term of eight yours.
The fiftfisectioa of the sixth article of the Cqostituacn.
shall be so amende as to read as follows t
. Sac 5. An AUorncy General for the State-slull be elect
ed by the qualified vo.ers of the State at large, and the At
tornev for the S"'e for any circuit or district to which a
Judge of aniiiferiorcourtinay be assigued, shall be elected
by tue qualified voters within tho bounds of such district or
circuir, 111 the same manner that members to the General
.VssjmblvareeIeeled;.allsaidattorncvs, bothfortho State
and circuit or district, shall held their oalccs for the term of
six -ears. Iu all cases where the Attorney for any-district
Etilsor refuses to attend and prosecute according to law,
the Court shall have power to appoint an Attorney pro ten-
SCHEDULE TO AMENDMENTS.
R. i Ami th.itno inconvenience mav arise-from the
proposed amendments, should the same bo adopted by thg .
peop!e,'fl is dedared that all judges ot the Courts ana At
torncv Contemplated iu Ihe proposed amendments, shall
coiitiiiue to hold their offices and exercise the duties and
functions thereof, according to the true existing laws and
Constitution, nuiil the election of their successors by the
people, to bo held and made under a law to be passed by
the General Assembly, (next elected, after tbe -ratification
of the. loroscd amendments by the pcopU,) which law
shall prewrtbe the times and places of holding said elep.
tions, and which shall be passed without delay, and in
strict pursuance of said amendments. J'rovided, TheLcg
Jature shalluppointa dav forholdingtheelection of Judges
and AltorneysUencralseparauJand apart from the days al
readvjireicnbsu, or hereafter to be prescribed by the Leg
iaUtura. for. holding the elections; toriState and county of
Dccrs ' 6 JORDAN STOKES,
Stmlerof tliiJhm of JiepresenUthee.
T ' ' . M-'R. HILL, :
. , . . , . Spsakir of tie senate.
Passed Novcmher21, 1851. ,
;S..,;n,,r tho Slate nf Tennessee. Le so altered that a new
county may be formed out ot a porrfon of tho tcrntsry now
composing the counties ot Hay wood, Madison, Gibson and
Over, the line of which shall not run nearer than ten nulos
of" Dycrvhnrc and Jackson; and that a new county- may be
ormed out of it portion ot the territory now composing the
,.r nrj4ii-- mil ITanieman: and that a new coiri-
tv may be formed out of that portion of Obion county, that
lies west of Reeltcot lake on the Mississippi river, -and that 1
a new count v mav bo formed out of tractions 01 tnecouuues
of Washington, Sulliva IUwkins and Greene, by the name
of the countv of Powell; and that a. new county may be
nrmcd out of a portion of the territory now composing the
j countie.- of Manor, and Bledsoe; which new counties may
. gt'of itVan thrive hqnJred and fifly snuare miles,
- e i;nes uf s-iid new cuuntiw mav nin neiircr than
uuu .... ' w. . - - - : 1
twdve miles to the couniy seais oi satu oiu owuub nu
. i.i ...miio n.Av h.. reduced be ow six liundrea anil
Iweuty fire sipjare miles.
. litem! ...... - - . 1. r
.V U f.n i rWr. That a new county may beform-
. i ...,t ,.'r -r,. tnnil..rt-,t nortion of Wavce countv. arid tne
I i- .., 1 ,H1Ijio ,-ardin ennutv, and tluit said new
"Jy J'sUl of ls tliau three hundred and fifty
sriuaremil, and that the county of Len is, formed oqt ol
lie fractions of Maury, Lawrence, Wayne and Hickman, by
an act passed on the 21stday or Ueccintier, cP
entilled "an act to establish the county of Lewis, shall be
declared a cjnstiuitional county, and may consist of less
than three hundred and" 0rty square miles. . Proceed, A
majority oHhe qualified voters of said county, shall ffN
theretivapularvotei'f, hJl reduce
tlie coimfies f Maury, liowrence, Hickman, and AUyue,
below thcr constitulional lim.U. ,
Speaker tf thef Senate.
t' I...-Off 1tL"1
ust receiving tins day per
I j steamer NashvUle, direclfrom Sew Orleans.
8S5 hhd-i Sugar, of various qualities from good medium
colfl&ee, some of the W that has been in 1
this niaiket this season;
l"A10aIC Cl'eal' forcash'b-V DAVlS ASWANN.v
S' UN DRIES. Receiving this, uay, per' steamer Nashi'
00 coils India Roiie, assorteil sizes'; t
. 1 .l . UjI 'll-ilir -r
- ,r)0 lid 1.CH10U8 UO
5 dq Imou Syrup;
2S b.igs barge Pecans; "
20 do Filters;
20 nests Tubs; ' -
20 sacks S S Almonds:'
10 frails HS do 1J
20 bngs Pepper;
10 tierces ttice;
50 boxes freMi M R Raisins; "
10 ceroons bests F Ind'go' for sale chf an fo rcai sh,
- No 78, Public Square.
i-lOFPEK POR IVUIILY. USE. 10 bagsrcalold
Kj Government Java Codec;
6t bags Luguvra Collee; ,
Jbafesold Mocha do, real African; now landing
r s(eamcrII R W
ItilL . tffHVtWXiWTvv . !
1 j "Sycamore Cotton ,1
imuo Aoii.iii.i.. 1
A snpplv of io.'s 5tW,i0o,7lJ0, j
v.rtti rt ron;tantIv Kent br
r apll mimnaa, ..ah.--,. U.V,U-
-tt VftTED Xlew- thousand bushels Pea Nuts for
, VV hichwowingivethelughest iim
i Vbl9 BEN. M. JiQcJj A BRP.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A' CO
"GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
I ...Jn ,t ;r.,i,i.,.m'ni.atii cash or punctual buvers. Strangers
irreai lnuuceaienwii" ' , , rr , 7 v
visiting the citv, will' ravemoneybv looking at our stock
iunc'3 No SO. Public Square.
WILLIAMS Agent for John Williams, New
.,n will make liberal cash advances on Produce
, O Or
BAJfltOWS. WO Railroad Wheel Bar-
VV tows, in store and for saleby
II. T. YEATMANV-
rr iriTriANetrrq Woman with 2 cbikhw, on
1 T70R IIIRti V ,7 iJATTflVVF
. . 1. iv-rrYr -ii-r ir'iiiirvn ha
PORTJCJvaA a " .' -
returned to Nashville, and will remain a short time pre
vious to his retura to New Orleans. His Studio is on Ce
dar street, No. 23, opposite the " erandah Hotelt -julyld
A Jieeoiutfo toaiter thefo'H-tt teetirm- of the tenth arUclf
of 0,e (Xnttiiidivntf the i'tate of Tmneeree.
JUvivcdbuthrGtneralAseeiiMifoftke Slate of Teiuu
.. fiviHh !Mlnn nf the tenth article of the lOn-
terTud Statesman, KnOxvilIe, ami uie tjagie aim 1.
1 tt,. i,:. -ni nublrsh until tbe day of
auu.11111.11, .tit-iiii'ii'j, 1
and send aceounLi tothisolfiee.
. . . V 1 1 T .- . . - -."""
"T UUJ). ireucn, ircrma-jica American wtncxi, iJlv-
endcr ana Urange t iuirer WnXers, assorti. -
D07 Fin" lrenchavSAmerizan EXTHAOT.i f-r
ptU "& ITdnSktrcMrf, ttari.ruif articUs.
J. -, r TUSICS,
Hrr'Om-eserve tteldiraudimprovettscrowth, (meiave
jCjjL jSmi'f&reiair't lasipjund iXJM irroictn4--J''titr-, 1
Joints, jiticuiHt tp.t. PLrocn -Lir jaux iwwi amique
"Oilv"-?'' JiyhlJj,u.-il Jw) 'ey&', uJXWXTj 0Uo
"IissTpniqBe,'&c " -" i - -
" To-oelutiT- thc-Hair,rt:d prevent its UUinfiaSQaoiit
-nWf-'W'iirf.-E.utCustralerOdorant. Stxffr Lind Jf;wt OioKt.
jjalnvofColumb'ai Ti-TwaaridhiKsnfoallairOiK 1
. . - . - . . , V rt i. . srr tr rr:5 r. -r
-DepttialorvEoVdrr, &c '
rtfPROVES THE COJIPLEXIOX..
-,4LI"DOZ. rtousilCs.Ctsmcfic Crcain, Kunian Kalwior.
V meajrre. and Theatre Rousre. Rubers Lin SjUvo in China
- ooxes, Ac
ifi JSazm ;Odoltnf JljothPitle.ChioriiXfDater- (
. nne 4 iiXviNG & rroiTnSn PowdcrAc. .
53g fejiW;Ax, ;
-MiDtarv,- "Rouffd. nnd-Sqaare; Sr'MfH' JxUer fjiii bcrV:
-Piimfcd. aha PalmSffiipi; ..
- SoijdMen TaylorV,-Conner's fcnd Htistlng's Transparent. 1
-Red und White Wash "Ball?, Rose. Monumental. Poneine. I
j Utoting, Almond, Oral, Vegetable. Cbrjstallii. CMne?e, i
. Amanda Amere. Perdw. Ja.amin, San Angels 'TtndY.ctet 4
I qnd Fancv Soaps. " .
i "f)AA LBS. RouseH's JBarbcrs Soap; " ... ;
' 'IMI rw Knxp Knsft nntl Winder soanfi. Irnri'iv-csl nn.T
."ofrsale cheap by - T. WBLLS,
At the Man and Mortcr on Market, oppojita-
union street, iaslrr!i;e.
bo''PainKiliutgl 'Arhlktf;, aud'M'uslin): Liniment:
and Lio.uid Oporlelttocr Iieceird by T. WELLS.
-"- -"pssTE hi.acking. '
GROSS A&-' Uri frah Oil l',u!e lilqfkin. Re
ceived by T. WHLLS.
lliAS. oft;. .... .
' I r(( "I'B& Fresh "Imicriair Tf9J' Uk". BI3c and
'V V4 flm'j'fT Tahiti Mfjlfc packs. JJcivd.by
i,'' ,., i T. WELLS.
. . . AVOOOBOXM lTGItES.
MAfl GH0SS.P4itridge's beat Friction Mafdies.' 'Rcceir
t)UU edbv - TAVEIil.
.. TAl?fTS. OITS. &C.
l.. ups utacs peii-i;rjinj (.iuii.a; .-, -..
, l&harrehiXinjeed Oil , '
)AA LBS.China White;
ii U U tWib firoiind r.umicei5tone; .
tL -7- " Croraegreair-' .-.ii t
' IjE.-T'O1) "' IinU assorted,- ; . -
"- SO '' '" --Patent dry e'rt Received bv
"lidyW' "-- . ' T: WEfiLS.- "'"
wuidii. .uatuiut, iv
1510 jionnds Fresh Dutch Madder;. ,. .
si), barrels CHijyxd Lpjt&vJ, Fusticj Nicaragua.
Cam Wood, C , --
410 lbs. Extract of Logvood; : '
. . JJIue V.troh .. ,,- .
073 , u Oil Vitrol; . . .
Received and'fbr salelal the lowest prscesbv
-c. -AtthoMauand-Mortar, Marketstrcct,-NXhviiIe."
. , ,. v'iBLASS ANDiWWV..,'
On r P0Xi3 bet Window Glass assorted froes;
nZfl 4itftlhs f'ntfv- ' '' ' ' '
AUININE-1140 oi.' Received by
OLD Iaf and Foil fifths bestaualitr.
VJT Received by . T. WEI.IiJ.
.AXEDICINET Chests aud Electric Maohiues, MeJktd Sil
1JL dtkiigr, Qame tog and Sfjiteylttter'
'Received and for sale bv ' T.WELLS.
MAHOGANY and Oak. Veneers, 50ft) feet received by
julrlO 6w tw.tw. Market street, Nanvflle.
NEV- STOUJ3 AN1. NEAV COOUstTT "
A. B. & C. W. H0BEETS0N, '
A'0.-4S, CO LLEG 8' STREETS xU8ni'lT.LE,
DEALEHS IN HOOTS, SHOESrIIATS AND
ARE cow opening in anew store at their Old xs&
Stand, an entire new and large assortment of i
SUMMER BOOTS. SHOES, GAITERS, BUSKINS
and SLIPPERS, made of best materials, and in flic, UiUet
ttylis. Consisting of a gi-eat variety, to which we invite the
attention of our former customer, ami purchasers general
ly. Feeling grateful to a liberal ptiblio for a long and liber
al patronage, we enter the trade agjin, hoping tir please-ull
in quality and price. , A. B.l C, W. ROBERTSON.
Bestj'ron Frame Trunks and Ciuiet Bags,
THE CELEBRATED "GEN IN" IIAT, fa-gentlemen.
may24 A. It. AC. W.R.
. yFMPITTS MEDICAL COLLEGE
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, and Diseases
of Women and Children.
AYRES P. MERRILL. M.D., P.rofessor of Materia Medics
nnil TherarKMitics. - T
JOUNMILUNGTON,M. D., Prof, of Chemistry and Tox-
H. X, WOOTONjM. D., Professor of Prin;ipleiand I'rac
tice of Melicine. '
CHARLES T. QU1NTARD, M.D. Professors of Phystolegy
and Pathology. "
HOWELL R- ROITARD3. M. D Professor ofSurgery.
ARTHUR K. TAYLOR, M, D., Profosspr of Anatomy.
HERSHEL S. PORTER, ii. D, Professor of Natural Histo
ry and Goolcev.
DAXIEL F, WRIGHT, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The fee for the entire Course is $1".", payable in advance.
Matriculation fee ?5; Graduating fee ..; Anatomy and Dis
section $10, tu be taken once before graduating. Booms
open from the 1st October".
A pi diminary course, of lectures free to all student, and
.the public, by each Professor on subjects connected with hw
department, which cannot be fully taught in the regular
.course will be delivered during the month of October.
CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given twice a week at the
Memphb Ilospilcl. A city Dispensary Clinique has also
been established at the college at which operations are per
formed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon daily.
The College -possesses aa ample Museum and complete
Chemical and other apparatus.
Students desiring lurher information, will address Prof.
L. Shanks, M. D., Dean, or on arriving in the city, call on
him at his pfljce on Main strec.L
jyir-2w L. SHANKS, M. P., Dean.
Ho. 57, College, Street. -
AS thb day received, by Express, from New York :
JJeautuul new style collars;
" hmti d unviersieeves;
" . Black, Lace Mitt-;,
Hair Cloth Skirts;
Lace Mantles and Points;
ALSO On hind, Bareges, cheap Mnslins, beautiful Silks;
also, a beautiful selection of Chine?. Spimsn ana. rsirsian
Faus, and ppueral assortment of Dry Goods of orerr dfr j
I scription, all of which wili be sold at e-tfreme low fice. t
GENTLEMEN. JDhrrK. llnmelws just re- .
a ;.- , - " r. w m (K., hil.ir s',m
1 lull til an r: .1-1-1. l.i .......... ... ' -
I I Jlll I ..I'll l-, 1 11 1. 11 itiuju.. i ... -, . -
f snk snd KM Gore CIothSi Caimems Vwting. Ac.
ii .i .
JOHN K.HDME, Na 57 Oollegost.
MUSLINS, LAWNS, BAREGES. 1
JOHN K. IIUJIEbas in store an excellent assort- :
mept pf Muslins, Lawns aifd Dress Goods gen- I
eralh, which will be sold rematkably low. AshU policy li .
never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of
course, extra bargains may be expeclod. A few Lawns and
jluslins left, at I0al2H els peryard. Ji"! I
DRY GOiJllS. As tne seswou 14 wr auvoiiveu, mm
being desirous of reducing a much as practicable,
my stock of Summr Goods, I will ofTergrodH of every de
serintion at prices very much reduced. The Lvdies may er-
nect barffains, unuwui unu uui tuuir uiu-imi mi um a. .... 1
earUday. R. ii. McNAIRY,
juiyv " - 1
rTrilTT.DKIt SHAM PATENT
1 .I011NK. HU?'.E has this dav received anotlier fresh
int,nV nrtiiKii lv n-lphmted I'atent Shirts.
, iu J . f s. - , c ,. Cravats. Ties. Stocks,
1 -"- n- - ...
V Also' Cent's Kid. LUle. Thread and "Silk Gloves-Half
, itose.nf eTC-y description,
Also, Gent's nndei-wcar bjiirts, Drawers, june.
t a & c.
Ttrtki.1 Street. A doors froui-AIarlet.
THE Subscribers respectfully infotni tho public that thev
have removed three doors from their old stand, and
ltna n linn. 1 arvntTnl cisortment of Confectiouerv. 1
, Sugar Ornaments, conisting of 'Cakes, Candies, Nuts, and
Fruits' of every variety. Musical Instrument and Tnysot
' . v 1 m--l.l lirt- Vfttl .ml
every aescnpiion. r Julll ailchu i .itii
Ale ahvays cool. ,
,Tbeir Candles will he warranted to be superior to any
manufactured in thecity,and willbesold AVbolesale at 12 -
Orders irom uie conmry carcuuiy pui ujt, u in. .-
-! Ill A ItS.
A NEAV ARRIVAL. lC.tiOO bl Uivan,
KJ 4.000 La Josephine; for sale on Broadway at
J G A C ROBERTSON'S.
170R THE LADIES. sue 1 issues, nam ana mil
JD broidered, can be bought cheap at the I'tuuacipu
Store. june7 fcOHN A niLLMAN.
"OEltAGES. A great variety of Figured -and Plain
lVratm rfcoBred at reduced price atiliePInUidel-
phia Store. juie7
SOHN ft H1LLMAN.
" TUSLINS and Jacouets tor Ureses, of every descrip
31 tion can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia
Store juneT SOHN A UlLLMAN.
ONNEl'S at very low prices are now offered at the
Philadelphia Stora. juitaT SOHN A 11ILLMAN.
TTiTJfW.l.r.EO-IlABNEY WOOTON would humbly
! IN solicit the patronage of the citizens to serve ihem iu
, the cipu:it,
,. sired. ,-Addi
' the capacity "f Ccrfc. Accountant, Salesman, Uaiancmg
makmrr ECiucniems ahicvhj;, i--
rience. References and credentials given ifde-
Vddrcs him through the Post Ollko. or apply at
the Union and American office, oh DeadrTcK Street, No.ll.
une 29 tf.
I aWOUUOO KRVESnst re-
' ilicBtwasmiiioioi. , t T v-rV,?
R. A J. NIXON.
nRAILiVJl BREAD. Graham Bread for dispep
he had everv other darat
R. A J. NLXONS.
-Tr-nwnKl.Tennes-eo nine, iu onaner. nan onu
JL whole keg. Tonnesee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supply of Ihe above description of Powder, war
ranted eoual to anv in the market; alwKyson band and for
salsbv jnlyli CHEATHAM. WATtaON
l"Y P.USE. jOn.oOt' feet genuine Safety Fuse,
O by the original manufacturers for sale by
- '.it.. n,, . , 11"
rttrATlJ am WATSON CO.
atW.H.GoEDox A Ca's.. PublicSquare.
It. T.L. DRY' AN respcctruUy .'Uers u.s u
XJ the citizens of Nashville in the practice of Medicine,
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fice on the corner of Union and Summer streets
.4t!.c!lli'nt in h'.rpifol nml tsn-TnWt-
UVIIVH 11 11 tl A UlllUUlllI
THE elepweeahaDeaotyof the" Sprinc Fasilaa of HATS
attho " . v fc ?T
. ...at BmpcrrijiAV' " '
OfRAKClSOp& WmTjrAS.fta. extl.ed ttwllvilenvl-
Irter4pt,enablalhara lo nnrreciat!i In mfH, J
- IfjpkirttartaJmlier.ofa" .
rKjrcisco & WHJTM W are stillat KaJi Pcbtie Eouira
xtaoono-iaaftia sianii of srsutt & Humili.m. .h.
! tbov are ilvv. rezAr in .urn, alt. h. nrt lint.. M ."
'' t' 7imi, n-ooare Inqoesinrjimeiliiiirtoornsmcni'uiehbad
FKANCJSCU t WJtnufASi
No. S3. Puh!i0BfOre.
01711 viU j'lJjA.'MJH Wiij-i-iimscii.i'niour
nRAVEUHAXa. . .
TO ate ncnrm5tDziitperinr ar
ticle of the Rjitty lloanuln Silver
lieavor- W ventftstcthaji tolceep
tbe Bead cool and prevent tbe Balr
from falllu? olTIn hftt weather. To j-
UKteO wno wuo an eieg-jui nearer,
plenw ea't and leave your orders at
ih Ht Rmnorluni of
maj. 10V3. mBi,& square.
Wo litivo uow Ite.niVr fwTlKxTilbjlioii.
a. uuiit-Ubi ts t;ortcient or ur.u
en't, Inrnt'j,aDil Utile Mi!e' Straw,
Harr.and Eratd Hatn Qfcn.ircns fpor-
ns. Pltadui. ddRir.:pi...s:iir
iui;snn imm reanao; ,MHes zrn
rfUVisgfaner tnt iba J.ttTpntlei.atttw
FRASC1KCO & WHITMAN.
raayT No. S3, HstlE t n'rr
PANAMA, ftacn. Rlaclc Lesharn. Cimnu-n
ibv. Cx-.ton. Union. Florida. Straw.ltot Pedal IX
braiil.anJ every variety of Straw Jtt for lbs o&
S u m m p r w ir, at,
No. V3 t'ablio tiqnare
ILKT AND CAP STORE.", j
TU ANjCFITL to our frifcmis and the public m gen-
eral.orjhe pitronage thus far .extended, to 11s,
ne respecl'fullV solicita continiutioii of the same; and
invi'e their attention tathe elesrant Spriiiir stvte of SDJC
HATS, ofour own nhiaiiCictiire, which. in quahtv and beau-
tv cannet be S!mas.cdiiv any in this citv. I?urchaser will
It . . . r .1 I. 1. e , i I
uu eii uieiuninc iueit;(iaiA Deiore uuvingcisevuere.
LANDE. ELfiBACKA CO.,
and Can Manufacturers. Market street, Nashville
Tennessee - -" ' " fip2.
T U.ST, redfivet a fares' -jipply of high and loir cnnvU'
Jisi' ami uoy 8 r-ur Wats, Uajsunere uo, leosKld,
.MitropoiilaB'd.i., wliicfVe are enabled fo sell.eithsr whole
jfcdajrelUll, Ai mast favorable ternu.
yUST reeeiveVU-it aborted stock "of STRAVvGOt
tj, egmprKing a .tfg.; variety of Pananuv Legliorn,
aim inm ti. c, lor len aua.iiyj, w.lncU w.
nosfyl nf afHli rvflvmilv low ralp.
n ryl 2.t ; , " LAOTE,Str.VCK &co.
WE have now on hand a very finrfand ettensive Stock
of llpufjyiiade SPRfNJS ANDUMMER CLOTI
ING, cut aim ma.lc..upiu the latent, and- mpstnpurovej
style, among nhicfi can be found. Coats. Panli jim) V4stn,o.
every thenptiqiK All of which we can sell at s isic"cry
price .. -
Sflpusfryi-'JifTcharits wjp(in j ;t.' to- their tcrcst to
call ou uspa we are-deletialnod to sell at small prc3ts.
. , ' I-ANDBELSBACK A CO.,
apS ' lMwkrtetrerl. Nasln iHe, Tenn.
JULL BOS03IED SIIIRTS-We have just re
ceived another supply cf these much admired Shirts.
Alsoa lol of French embroidered Shirts. ForaJe bv
jidyai - M.YERS . McGILL.
TT3iBItl.LI..lS. Just received a"case ofGinshaui
and Cambric Umbrellas; also an .assortment . ot Siik
ones of Various colcis and sixes. For sale by '
jujyel MYERS A McGILL.
IAY RUAl. Just received a lotcf Biv Ruin,, b at
) quality. Forsaleby ilYERS A McGILL.
rXSKS CANKS. We have on hand every
J ot uune wun gold, silver ana ivorv neons.
SlYt'RS A McGILL.
SILK AND LISLKTIIltEAD GJLOYES.Jtist
leceiving another supply of Silk and Lisle Thread '
Glares of ererv she and color. For le bv .
MYERS A McGILL.
Gents Furnishing Store, SG College street,- near the'Sqnare.
I AM jnst receivinga fine assortment ofFur-jgn
niture of tbe latest and most approved t-i' SpTl
styles, which will be warranted as recommend-' t i. X X
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest, luring er.
Urged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment oi Uil
beifs superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. - Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot.
ap7 ' l.H. MORTON.
... .. ,1 , , 1 III l ,
WE have received by recent arrivals nine
more of those unrivalled Fiasos. made!
byJ.B. Dunham and Vdam Stodart A Co, of I J J II
various styles and sixes, which will be sold very low for
cash or good notes drawing interest, and warranted to gii e
satisfaction in every respect.
apr29 W. AT.H. GREENFIELD A CO.
J. II. CL'RREY,
Furnitaro Haanfactnxer and Dsalcr.
WOULD respectfully inlorm his friends g?;---
and the public generally that ha fees5?3:
toons a full assortment of Furniture on "Mi?1 " " i
hand, consisting of B ireaus, Ward-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Batbs,
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.
Undertaking Having just received' from New Yorka
lot of the air-tight and an- exansted.Metalic Coffins, al
orders for Collins can be filled in very short -notice, from
the Plain Servants' to tbe nne iletaucor U)Vreu,iana on
very reasonable terms;, together with eyerythingTiecessary
for funerals. 1 ' '. '
All orders "left at my store on College street. No. 25, oppo-
site the Sewanee House, will be punctually attended to
both night and day., ' ,. J.H. CURRKY. ,
N. B Sharing; Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend
ed lo when desircrj. b-gex j. iii.
rpIIE Co-partnership heretofore ensling under the styfo
JL and mm of Pniiiirs AUakt is (hisday dLSSolved by
i JL ami mm oi ruiLiirs uaict is iubui ui
' t 1 .... .1 H , . ; 1. ,t.l fntlia Hrra r..
I nv., , immeilUto settlement, and
Quested to make inimediite settlement, and all having
claims against the same will present tbem for payment
Eithervrraerwillusethenameof the firm in liquidation
oulv. WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
Julrl, lS.Vt. HENRY" HA JIT, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Mr. Henry Hart, -my successor
ami lale partner, to the former friend and customers of the
Houe. and rcpeclfullv solicit forhima ccntir.nancc ofthat
patromfK so libiirallv bestowed upon the late firm.
1 ' jHlyl "" yiLLIA3I PniLIJPS.
- T HAVE l!ii ,lw .iwrtcUt,..' with mem the SaddUnc Bu-
j. dinesmvOH,A. C. MARC1L The business, in future'
will be conducted in the name of "J. D. March' & Son. All
(ore.u continuance of the same is respcctfuIlvsolici.Td.
jan2 . J. D. MARCH A SON.
JAMES D. LEHIfER, ' '
Produce and Gsacral Coiaiaisstou Merchaat,
T)ROMPTattiitioo given tothesalenfLOl IU. UIMi
X FUUIT, FSATIIhlU, isi.MatiijrpiumMAA. s
In., ttmin wliifili ;i.lr:inc will be made if renuired.
XW Orders promptly hlled for Ciiicuiuali Manufactures
Flour, Whisky, Ac. Ac , .
Agent for the raleofSrar andTalMW Candles, Sale
rat"i8, Poland Pearl Ash, Sud luinl Oil, wh'ih will be far
jiinhct at nxtrlet 1 alvi wtUvt Cuitmuf Um.
A7ALUA11 Lit "lilVE I-IA NG liOUSlf TOl t
SALE. The undersigned otIYrs f'r sale hi- residence
on Spring or Ohraxh Street, with the furniture if desired.
. Terms made knon u on application to
jiine 17 If." '
"I EBANON PLOUR. New and superior, in
XJ 1W Iusacfct. tor sale dv .
VVTAU, l'APEHS.JuStrc- "Sii oct3?S3:
V V ceived, ,2.1iH), Uotts- of those
bcanliful French' Papers, for Parlois,
Halls c, toreVier viUi a spienuiu
asssortmeiitofGoldand A'el vet Borders, Fire, &creeu,s Win
dow Curtains, Ac
JfOn bund a large assortment of imglazed Paper?, from
10 to io cts pec bolt.
1 KLApES A GORBEY,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee Hot at.
.TlieKnu of SNOW, MACNfc-
7.IB-A- CO' heinr. dissolved bv tlie death of A-.ih'
J. Snow, all jiersous luiving claim agamni tne wew".
will i,l.n nrKinit thpm Br scltlement. ana au in
are rMIteteJto-niake immediate !ovment..fI
VfEW FIRM In roPUan? be fo'
ith tho will of the
, 7.1E,.whowiIlc0minue m ,";--"-T!rle M Wfi
liess, at Knn rA-" '
vjz: SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO
Nashville; June 12, lS-w
rOirSALE. I wish to dispose of the tract of Land
H whereon I now live, situated m CoSee County, Tenn in
the vicinltr of BecchGrove, containing about 32i ceres, two
hundred of which is under fence, in a high state of cultiva
tion. There Is not a single acre -of the above amount that is
. tn ca!Uvation but what is thoroughly set in blue grass
ft.;. t,rm ! wiU nrtnnted to stock nusin?. everv field is wa
tered by good ninnitig water. The improvements are good
and all new.a good two-story dwelling- with, necessary cut
buildings. The location is a desirable ore for persona who
wish to avail themselve of the advantages of good per
manent school, distance from tho Nashville A Chattanooga
Rail Road 8 miles ttpr50
june 8,-w. tri-w. WM.B. WATTERSON.
persdn's Indebted to me, by note or account, will pasafccome
uinudmakarmeiit. " J. 1). MARCH.
Vie- TlHinV-ftii fi,r hi liberal sliare of mtronarP' hereto-
I THS NASHVILLE ilAHTOACTXTRING COMANT.
t-ipHlS MtablisIiment-isjSow provided; WtIt3tscofrj- aoj
I X. Toolcomplete.of themo' modern censtrnetjoa; also
With, tbe Mst jlfchinical szill that the country- affoTia, and
f ll W1IUIUHK13. UIVjlcptCUWUm?iB
I Rin.UfHn f irrrtreCTJV
I .0'-K r iwi"owit.
I Pengov Freight; and Repair Cars ejmple?edfandalmri
I STE,M ENGINES.
f Tl- ' 1 'SJWV' " - ' ;
Macmflery-cosmlelo forflttmwunSuh or Circular Saw?.
eomnW -;!r -. j "Pjoor.inmjarawiv
S M7.Mth Udj!ryfo'r-Susr MilU and Cotton Sin? al
i r, - 1 "Y RLUNG-MiLLS.
1 lidlaet; r ou
! -or , "I"" AND IRON CA8T1NS "' 'Of.
M:V?nill s& . made to oier.
X eh'eundeRi?nd. F JOHNS JOHNBON.
... , j R. . p,J.
. -ai"" WHICH NEVEIt TAIL TO GIVE SATE-
FACTION. AND CAlf BE, J3LTEI1 0NF0ST32
v-iuuivir AiiiuiBiiASES FOR "WHICIITHEy
- - ARE RECOMMENDED. ""i; '
D3--?' a,n Honorary Metnberof th Philado!.
phis Jledical Society, and graduated. !n 185 "-from
the Cuiversity of Pennsylvanhv usdies the gnidanca- of Uie
i iiiy eraiueuiroiessora rnraeniapman. Uitwn. Coxe.
' James and Harc-,-names CeUbriredfor medical s&ence-
1 iue uau uaiy uucreoiirsc ana consu.Tauoi.wjth.t3Cia
distilitrnishtrd Phvsi-ians. rear(ytiscriiyi if
nioeu rnysirians, re"p!csgaise
and the proper remedies therefor: and being solicited ov
thousands of his patients to put up M Preparations; hoow
offers fo thq puDHc, as tbe results of fiia experience for he
past thirty years, the following vahuibJp Family ATedfcio
each one suited t a speciDe disease
DK. J. S. KOSE'g AERYOLS iVXl LYJCO
i Ti?G7!-eatDfT'in Medal Seienrir-Forall Nerv
OUa Condlliong of thcSvten : -Orartaji,, rM sJrrZ
Complaints. The nii
Nervous CordUJ, for Di.ies of InHVi..
"'Vt lMi CORDLH.
umbness, etrlpa. Nervous Tremor of theliu.-JT ! w-'
1 burn. r"latutence.;l"ain in the Faee, WakvfulncSKStit
less, orfor tbe Mind or Bodv- worn dowu b- care lat-v "
I ntnflv lii ir.1t.ul 1 : . -. . . ' -""l -
i -,. .cujiuiif pgncs tausc !( in their'
. ir eak consumtioo, U i moti rerJarer-ir
f ptetely removes from the sys.em a.x nerrousirritjitia, t
'. isa.most ruiraciiJHi3 tntU ru.pid.aBd tuppy eCbct T
'hcalta. before using Uie Lottie Trice Sir ceats.
S AKS AXA I! LT.L A. BLOOD IMIJOIFIEIf .
A roluable Snrimr Medicine ..r rmi-tvin-ih m .
be found in Dr. RMSE'S S-tRSiU'ltRIlLA COMPQCN'
'I'll 1 1 i.rAnaMtiitn la rrtarla fT. : t. IT ... J... c - ' ,.
also efCca clous in enrichmg the Blood, curing ff Skin I.n.
tions and Diseases. Sm)fu!casSorrf. Ver.rreal Dirj-e n.
its bad effects upon tbe cnnsHtution, Drepsical RwelfiiJ
Rheumatism, from Meroirr. Biles, OH Sores, Kidne ai: ,
Kindlier Affections, and raisin ud a went .mil hmbn , .
j stitutii.n.froni any cause, jL,
i Price. ?1 for quart bot&a:Si cents far a-nallbottteC
TO ALL AVIIO SUFFER "W1TU ANY IA1.
Udyottsnfler with an v pain? L vuu. do, you vritTfina .
mediate relief by using Dr. Ruse's Pain Curer. IfcUthatx
preparation which cures almost irrstanllv Sore Tfi.-o
Khcuniatism from Colds, Pains in the Sidev Back or I j;
Face, Bar, or Toothache; Stomach or Bowels. Stda or J m k
StilTCefk, Bruises, Corns and Chilblaui. Wbcreyer t
have pain use the Pain Purer. Safe to all ages, in .
and 50 cent bottle.
- All of the above Preparations, wuTi Dr. Uox'si Mei.ra'
Adriser 'to Persons in3icknfrs and in Hmdllt toJwh.ul .
W. W. BERRY A IlgMOVlLKKv
M. Ii 0ARTWRIGI1T, Nasbvilk,
" 'And'pt Dealers generally throoshoat the SfaftS f I,
THE STATE'KUTTJAL FIRE IN3intANC2 C0in?ANY
. - OF PENNSYLVANIA. u
(0j8eeei-Ctdarttret,owr tie Mutual ihvtt4ian. Op i-
1 ABSTRACT AKXUil, STATRSKCTSTO MAT lOTlllS
AseU,Mav 1st, 13S ;
Premiums fer the yearending, May i.tH ..
.InterestonLoans,"Ac. ". ...... J,, .
Guarantee Stock, additional to abeve-.... .-. .. 10iV"
Losses, Expenses, returned I'reminres; Ae.,
lo May 1st"..
Capital Mar 1st, 18 ;.
The raptdlvaccarualatiBg Capital of thw Compunv if . -best
guarantee of its entire rHfbiiiiv. -Bisks tnWi ! . j
most moderate terms, and hK.es adiintoil. and met he
JOHN O. FBReUSONfAgen
Nashville. Mya28, 1 6 If -
W. IL. PERKIXi. W. B. CUimil. S. P. WAI...ZH
- PERKINS, CA3IPIJULL Ac COi,
COXWSSlOy 3TERCHAXT!. XKW eRT,EA
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. W. R CAMP
BELL, of Tennessee, having purchased tfceerJirc in
terest otAV. S. Pickett ot the bouse of Pietew, IVrins
Co., the business will be continued bv Wm. Jl5Vri.ins,
Samuel P. Walker and W1Q. B. CampSll, nfldesvfhoi' "
of Perkins, Campbell A Co., who will um. tie Iju: 3 X
Pickett, Perkins k Co. in liquidation oulv. t
W. S. PICKETT.
. . . WM. M. PHRKINS.
SAJU'EL P. WALKER,
WM. K. CAMPBiLL.
New OaULurs, April 11, .953 Referring- to the aluvo
announcement frcm which it will b seen that thrr'r
change is tbe substitution-of W. B. Campbeli tnr Mr.
Pickett, we respectfully tender to you our servcee as General
Commissiin MerdianH, of this city.
apriI30 PERKINS, CAMPBELL, A CO
KENTUCKY MILITARY INSTITUTE,
DIRECTED byaBciariof VKitorseppauitedbr Ihe m
State, is undi'rlhe Superindenrfeurcoi' Col It. A
T. P.ALLEN, a diminished cntdnateof Wert Point gjrT
and a practical Engineer, afded br an able fucnltv. - r
The course of tudv is that usual 1 j taught ( , tlvst-ast 1 1 1
College with the addition of an extended course of .Jti.
Matliematics, National Sciences, andTheoretic and Pract.cal
Eneinecring. t .
' Tbe buildings of tnelnititcle wiRbc cntirefy refined, and
arrangements, madfl for beating tbem with steam befiTe tha
opening of the nsittng-fidl term, whkh will render the In
stitute entirely unequalled ia regard to health, cgnTeuence,
and sgrceablenessof residence, as it fs already ra thorough
ness of instruction and strictness of government
The seventh annual term will open on the recond Monifar
in Sepjcmber, 1333. Entire charge Slyoper 'si-njl'-tuin-ial
session, (surgeon fea 42 citrtO payabletm. advance.
Address the Superintendent, it "Military liijtiiute.
Franklin countv, Kentuckv,"orhe nndersiirftod.
P. DUDLKY.Fresideotof theBoard
Louisville Jnamal, St Loma Republican, "PiMsbnrr Gazet
te, Nashville .Remiblican Banner, Nasbvala Umocv and
Memphis Eagle, will publish in city and conntrv iatcea, ta
the amount of and send bill to the Suprwtendent at
the Institute. July -3. 1 -'Sr. Jm
"OICII AND cnEilPCOODS IT NICHOLS
1, CORNER. I have on band n bautifn1 asMrtment of
Isles' Dress Goods, whidi will 1 sodt very reduced
prices, as the season, ii advancing. Great bargains mav bo
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and Larrasirnm Pa 10c. lc and ".". and a fine
assortmentofBenges.ofali s4yte, S:tk Tissues, Kvemng
Dresses. Ac, Ac. Ahoa good assortment of Musquiin Nrt
1 ting. JAltSSNICHOU
j junlT No- IS, Cor. Sipr and Market st
I "I "XIS'SOLOTIOX. ThcTwiartnership UtfeSfore ex
, XJ -istingunder the stvte of McSAIRY A FfJRMAN, ex-
pired on the 1st day of July mst. R. ('. MeNairy wdlcon
j tinue the business "at the Id stand, aud wiltsettlaihe H-si.
, nessoflhe late firm. Signed K. C. McNAlRi
I Nashville, July Stb, lUNk F. KfAUAN
I' TAKE pleasure iureeomoiendin It. C. M9NAIRI rrr
late p utner, to the friend and csloors eC the ho--i
I and respeelfully soliiat a: enntinuance of ihv wtfutagB -.
liberally bestwved upon th late finn.
1 IUi V c tlKTUeu . ia ulMf n -
WHITE GOODS SOHN A HILLStaS, hn 11
hand 'a large as.-ortnient of Jth-koifci. Cambric
j Tape, Checks, SivisS Mirsluis, India
liects, awiss jlnsluui, ItKlrft books lasnop Lawns
1 Iiwn. SrrifuHl Jaekontl Doited Swifw. tmbnr.d
! ered Swiss, Toilets, Finpslieetiiig, Ac, Ac AlJfwtiichan
oliereJ at very low prices ui ine p
junolff No I . Public Square.
y vTl ANO LS ef every deserrptien are Eg offereii at
. greatly reduced prices, at the
- ' PHILDALPHIA BTOP.r,
June 15 - No!. Public Square.
A . CARDJ---1 begWTotoirilbrm mrTrierWi and ,t
J rons that I Have removed to tbe store ou the comer of
Ceiier and Cherry, streets from my old si&iicTncxt doer
Also toinfunn them that I have land ncheiee lot vt t
g-ars.Sjmf&,Tobae,and Pipes; tfeose ia wantof go-lar
tides, would do welL to call aa I keep a Tow jrVp10"
Little-IndUnycorner Cluwry and Cedar afa.
EDAR TIMRElF-Tbaveestantly on bam, 1
miles from Nashville on the Railrnsd, Cedar Hill sad
lintel Timber, Flooring anl alt njiiw CTsfart'iniber, at the
shortest notice. Abo, i-A
ears at i-0 vet thousand. Orders will be Ihanktully receiv
ed and promptly ailcnded to by the snbrihwi
A-rriirri: goods ani TiUMMiN&Cboti
VV Svri.11iinHoViterfinelt!orde.l ard Checked do.
miiier fine Jlulland NoioMok Mmlin., Jauonctt, Cam! ncs.
Rich Jaconet and Sw'is Ftouncjpg", J.iconist .ami Swi.vl
i-,.r.iW -TMfnitvRAndii r" fcCI.VI.fii'N'BK.
1 jggj" ' ' X . l;M'uMic S4uar
.-1,1 .Li-l X MtLSy
Itl Rich Mantle
ANTLES, SCAJtPS. Ac. We haw some verj
Rich Mantles on hand, new style, in fTlx. Lace, Apli-
ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, Wliiie Crapo f5hwUi,Mudia.
tie Lane uo, winch wewm close our verv cueaa.
jiincOS ' No i. Fbl!c Square.
OOPARTNERHIP DiSSOLFTION-The Co.
partiierslup heretofore existing under tho firm of Scnx
. Uillxax A Co., is thia day diaaolred by mutnal consent.
may23 xs A. FRANK X CO. j
COPARTNERSHIP XOTICE.-Thennders.'gned ,
have this day farmed a Copurtnersbip, jnder the firm
of Son AHlLUiAX, aod wdl continue the Drv CtoodA Easi
ness at the store heretofore occupied o5a 4 C"
jnayo, ex LEOy HI LLM.VN
T5"lCII 'DRESS GO O DS. OnhAndRIchSilksSresT
J.V R-eh Black Silks super Black On de RSintis Rich
Printed' Baregca and Tissues White Barages and White
Silk Marqu-slo, White. Glace- Silks White Lace Dresses.
Emb'd CrapeS'Hfch Bareg de Lanes RicbaFrench Organ,
diet, Mnslins, Ginghams Ac, Ac These Good are very
juneiS No 20, PubUe Squaw.