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ITV.B. PalMere Amtficsn Newspaper Agent, to
ttoj oxiT abthobbbo Aoprr far this paper in the- cities ol
Boston, New York and Hiladelpoia, and. is duly empow
ered to take advertisements and subscriptions at the rates as
required bjns. IK receipts will be regarded as payments.
His office are Bostox, ScollayV Building ; New Yoke;
iiiTribune Buildings ; Frntutaitsn, N. W.corner Third and
' " Chestnut streets: - -
J3T"C. M. Carroll, is our authorized agent for tho city
oTMemphis. lie can be found at the 1. 0 In that citjr.
J3l'arvin & Monroe. General Newspaper Agents"
No.". Walnut street; ore aclnorized agents for tin Nash.
FTille Union in Cincinnati.
Particular Notice. No charges trill be. allowed
against the "Union arid American office"1 or the firni unless
.authorized by special order from the firm.
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, "18531
SAM SLICK'S WISE SAWS, AND MODERN
c are indebted to the publisher. throurii P.
.-,titIACAy fo" a c?I70f this inimitable book. , Judge-
JHALiTB'tnrrosTaai SOckjis one ofr th&inost arna
' ing -writers of 'the .age, and the" present book con
' tamstsoihc-of liis best sketches. Weadvistfjill who
'dfire'tenOy a hcarfy laugh while U'.ey arcieani-
-' "lng-S .good -deal about "hitman natur, to-buy a
;i"SP7 H these 3VlM.Saws and lloilem' Instances.
1 'IIagan has a good supply, on hand, -received fi om
'th$"publication house of BLAKCTurtD & Lea, l'hilar
u' pAceordingto articulation in the Pittsburg
t . ? iitft-tuejron manufacturers of this country liave a
urdemaiid before them of nearly $300,000100 for
labnes to be turned out from their manufactories
a demand that .will require all, and more titan all
thefr'capacity to -supply fast enough, Tliccaloula-
. - uuns upon wmcauiestatements are based is tho cs
jjtjntof ran. road now in course of construction.
f .AVSth one .hundred tons per mile; single track,-it -will
'"Acquire 1,300,000 tons ofjron rail tp complete the
. - thirteen tliousand miles of rail road either in pro
grcsS'Tir -which will be in progress ere long, incl uding
- the Pacific rail road. At S50 per ton, this would
- - requinv an outlay of $05,000,000 for tingle 'tracks
alone. But many of these roads will be double
tracks, oesiues turnouts, iVc. Then follows a vast
., outlay for cars,, locomotives, anil other iron, works
about'such roads, to raj nothing of ocean steam
ships, iron buildings, machinery, &c.
. y,EpF" We find tin following in one of our e.
- ,. ichanges: A strange accident, nearly causing the
,,rleatli of ajroung man, occurred recently in Parjs,
.in a house in the Rue Geoffrey ILnrie. The young
man -was" talking in the kitchen to a woman servant
- of the -house, when fnatching up a sharp-pointed
. J. 'knife he directed it to his breast, saylujr'Wheii-a
man wants to kill himself, he ought to strike in this
spot." At the same, moment a gust of wind blew
; tho door with, violence against the young: man's
. . arm, and drove the knife into his breast The blood
spurted but jn abundance, and the young man faint
ed Medical aid being, however, immediately-given,
the blood was staunched, and at the List date he was
. The California papers give an account of a
. Japanese vessel tliat was disabled,. and floated about'
nt the mercy of the wind and waves forseven anda
"half mcmtlu, during which long pcriodHhose.of tho
crew that survived had little else for'sustenaucethan
'salt fish. The crew consisted of tlu'rtcen, nil of
whom perished but one. The last man. who died
" was in the hold of the vessel at the time of life death,
and the sole survivor was too muqh reduced in
strength to get him ovei-board. He was rescued by
: ' the officers and crew of the Emily Parker, and taken
with the wreck to San Francisco.
Onio Asn Miss'ssim ailhoai. Tile 'woik on
this great road is progressing in a rapid manner.
The force at work upon the road between Cincin
nati and the Jeffersouvflle road is 2,4C0 laborers,
309 mechanics, and 709 horses. Thc'10,000 tons of
. irpn purchased tor (he road is beginning to arrive by
WTvy of Quebec and. Toledo. A large number of cars
are on the Company's grounds, below JliUereek,
SonnEX Death. Mrs. Gmrr-V, the wife of Mr.
Gkaxville GitEiK, died snddenly in Bichmoud, Va.,
on Sunday evening week. A funeral discourse Imd
just.lwen deliveivd over her mother, Mrs. Thompson-,
and at the time when the corpse, was lwing
borne from the houe, Mrs. Giieex fiuulod .and felL
and immediately exj)ired.
Democrats of IIuitpnitEvs j.d BextoxI It is
not yet too late for you to unite upon the strong
' man and elect him to the Legislature. Bemeinber
-'' "tliatitis very likely that the complexion of tho
,t House maj- depend ii-wii j-our nie.nber. Do not,
then, throw aw.iy this chance. Do not thus sacri-
fice,your parly in tho State.
, .DifTiiESSiKfj De-vth. In West' irillingr-, Con
necticut, one Bunnows, who Ltd been drinking,
loaded his gun, and -threatened to slioot.the Ciniily.
His son's wife was- frightened into fity and died,
r-cveral of the blood vessels of tho brain having been
Yi:ux)v Pkvkr at Nkw Oelixci.- During the
.'-veek ending the Cth inst, there were 188 deaths
in New Orleans, of which 59 wore from yellow
E5f The proprietors of the Metropolitan Hotel.
New York, now Lave splendid, music for the benefit
of their boarders during dinner hours.
EST" The Jackson (Miss.) Flag of the. Union, of
Hind3 county, relates the following awful catas
trophe: "On the afternoon of Wednesdaj-, the 22d nlt
Mr. Hagkind, the overseer of CoL Win. Porter, with
twelve negroes anil about as many horses and mules,
took shelter from the storm in a large shed on the
plantation, wluch was struck by lightning, knocking
out (die end of the building, and killing two-negro
men, four mules and two horses," Col Porter's
place is situated about seven miles south of Jackson,
in the county of Hinds.
.. TJniveusitv orNAsnviLLE. Wc would call the
attention of young gentlemen, studying medicine,
to the advertisement of the above Institution in our
columns this moniinar. At the head of the Faculty
stands the name of Dr. PaclF. Eve, a native Geor
gian, of high moral character and unsurpassed skill
in his profession. Associated with him is the very
first talent of Tennessee ; talent such as cannot fail
to give to tho Medical department of the Univer
sity, a position among the best Colleges in the
country. Th'S fees are reasonable, the climate fine,
the living cheap, aud the society unsurpassed in in
telligence and refinement. We have no hesitation
in saying that it would be infinitely better for
Southern j-oung men to go to Nashville, instead of
New York and Philadelphia. They would get as
good an education at one half the expense, and
avoid one thousandth part of the temptation. Su
vamtji (Ga) Coiirier.
New School Pkesbvteimax Ciicucn. An a tide,
recently published in the 7ifA Legion, of Virginia,
wya that in consequence of the agitation on (he sub
ject of .laver,T, in the last General Aswmby of the
.New School Presbyterian Chuu-li which met at
Huftfdo, a number of tho ministers of that persuasion
in the Synoil of Virginia, have s-igncd rtisolulioti'.
and proposed tliein to tlie Other boutliem Svmxls ,
for adoption, declining to make any response to the j
enquiries pronouneitl by the late General Assembly, j
and proposing that, if in the next Assembly, the !
. agitation of Ihe slavery question is notiibmidoncd, .i
the delegates from the" Kouihern IVesbyleiii'S wifh-..j
draw, and unite either in a new oraiikation, or hi f
such other meosuns as in their judgment will lie y
most axpeilient. ... ;
.Thesnme jiapersays that some of the Southfiiu
members of this chureh are in favor of immediate
fecossion, and that, possibly, some will take tlLif.
course, but timt tne jitan iniucatiMi in the above res- t
olutions seems generally preferred. j
iTue Would is Old. A learned diKtor of this
city, who has recently leen put in commuiUi-diiui '
with "the fpirits," and had a long talk with Dr.
' rranklin. informs ut that tlie nhilnsonher savs fhe
workl issevenly thousand years- old; and also that
-" evory body was born in the year onel So wc arp,
all pretty oil folks. Methuselah was only 900. andj
die lias been thought a wonder. What is that to
- ' 7j000 years? "Neither of the'tloclors inform us
v?here all tlie people have been during this long time.
Out of town, perhaps, Boston Bet.
Disease of thn T,iver."Whin. the celebrated Dr.
wu uuciarcu.ui&i cruuKeuess'was -a disease, ud enum-i-.
ted a truth which t!ie experience and 6bservatlon- ofraedi'-
talmenis-tterjr day cmulrminj. .The many apparently
IruceiecRof'thoio'wlSinaalge in the 'use gffspirit
prtitliqiKtrsrnaT be thus accounted for. The true cause of-
uductchutakenfortufatuation, u very frequently a?
aiscased itate-of Uic-Llrcr. JulorKan in.tbe'Julmaii srs-
tem.when dfaiired. tro(fuce3 amort fntbtful caCilome
ofIUci5c Arid instead of appljiug rememes to I
the taaflifestatloni of 'dtsfasa. as Ts ipir tfffetf iia case, J
phjsiq'anT srould prescribe with "a vlew'to "die-originat I
cause, fuwfrdcaUi)vould result lroujilipeasea itnliied by
,u derdUod.slale of the Uvcr. Three-fourths- of '$e dU- J
seal-iira diiv!d Urer. (Bee Dr. Ciinn's great'-tt-Cffca. )
ral irfegidafyhfin VrtdeKtt. eflhe-JRfrceiirfire'iiis&des ori
ginating in the fiame prolific caiise,as is ilsa Ibat dreadful
scourge DYSPEPSIA. Those n ho are Afflicted -.with ,'any'
oi we a bore eiiumerateil duresse, may rest assured that the
source of their uud Sllea is the XJrer; and for its correction,
the beit-iftmedyVev.eii-4aefatHothe'fmblic is Dr. il'Lanea'
4 -ccleDriled 14ver Pill, for theciire of llepatis, urLirer Com-
. IsJTty? sale 'at ftU Ihe prmcipal'DruStores in NashTille
and vicinity. " i(
11. il. It. .lliraculuus Cures.' Pei.pl;Vonder at
thequick ealcacy iJ" tliir t. Jt. It. Kemedics; in stopping
pain, removing its causes, and cniin- the most, obstinate
complaints. .'Yct.there is nt! mystery, in it there is noth-ing-niiracalouaahoiU
it,- 'J'nifi "until Uie.KsR. 1L Remedies
were introdiiceil, no remedy or inedi :ine was ever known to
Lstgpthemajt tOrluriIi;piiiiiSn.a few &ecopl3i and allay
j..t!io most violent Cramps of -Cholera, iieuiyii Spasms,
-Ac.j in a'.rew minuter Uadway's Ready Rel!tf',will stop
pain instantly, because it prpducea counter action-upon
the-paits vbcre paiu i tell. lf the patient 'suffer, from
Neumlgii, it immediately acts upon the ncrvei, produces "a
annitcr irritation, inrigoratesthe nerves, and inipfirt vital,
ity lotheparts where pain ii1 -jier!euced. Theracion of
theTtellHB-iiUIclhd-Tlie--renS i ,
begins to counteract.tiie ejects produced by diseijed ac
tiou. Ifyou are the. victim of Choiera. -itacta instantly
talen infernally, it settles the s'omach and .allays till pain-
iui irriioiiun anu.sicKnes.i,tr iniuses heat into die f blood,
arid it? warm aniTlieilthful influence thrill's" through" every
portion of the body; it NE.UTRALIZES.TIIE POISONOUS
1LVLAR1A OF CHOLERA AND CHECKS ITS PRO
GRESS. Applied externally, it allays Cramps and Spasms,
.and restores the cold-cramped and almost lifeless victim, to
hd' and healthy If you are troubled with Sick Jleadach'e;
the Kcady Relief taken mferhaTly will neutralize' the acid
of thestomach, make the stomach sweet and pure,?and the'
breath fragraatly;'" externally, 'twill, produces counter ac-"
ton on the Scalp and .refresh the.senses. This,-then! is all
tie mystery about the action of R.R. Relief, it does" not lie
in lue action or tlie Relief, but in the Science of itsrehemi-
1 J . 1 . : i . , . - r. : , . ?.
wt uu juiuuiMucuiiuai wuiuiuauou. oo wuu -eacu ot tne
other Ii. R. R. Remedies'.' The Resolvent acts hi lie man.
nerupon the blood, and the diseased deposits, renovating"
and resolving away from the system all scrofulous humors
and poisonous deposits. ,
RADWAY'S REGUL.VTORS. For regulating the or
gans of fhe sysfenvand securing a regular action of each;
freeing the bowels from-all retained humors, assisting the
stomach, aiding the digestiTe organs in their functional du
ties, the liver to secrete its bile, aud the kidneys and blad
der their urine; the bowels Ui discharge their burden, and
the skin to esnii a free and healthy rftrspiraliori. Such are
theeCecU the R. R. R. Remldies have ujmn the srslcm, and
themystery of their curing the sick so quick.
It. R. R. Remedies are for s -de by Druggists generally;
. IMP0STAHT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS baring permanently located in Nashville,
respectfully lenders his services to the Suffering public
Scrofuld, Utarf, Giiicert, Ttiier .and 'King irbrau, treated
n a scientific maimer. Jlediciucs gentle, but active and ef
fective, their u$c beingattended with no unpleasant couse
quences whafercr, rcmiring uo restrictions or hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits. lie wishes it understood
that he has settled in your midst, not for the purpose of hum
bugging or imposing upon you, but lo relieve those who may
be suffering with diseases which are destroying'by piece
meal many ofyr deserving and useful citizens.
and nil diseases otthe genital organs are thoroughly under
stood and successfully treated by Dr. M.
To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
art, be would -respectfully propose that they bring forward a
case of any of the aboTe named diseat-es, (the worst that they
can conveniently find.) and pledge themselves to seo that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
SI. will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
as may be necessary, and in such quantities Jrom time to
timefis the case may reqnire, and, until u'cure shall be ef
fected, positively no fee will be received, and tfno.rclUfle
diiined from l!tcus$tf ike medicines; no charge wkittur
trill be ma-uor wlcice or rnedtcinti. -
The attention of masters and owners of .servants is patr..
Mciuanj jutjivu iu lucuuviu juuu uuTiiig scnauis ai
flicted with Senf aVt, Gratei, stiffness or soreness of the
limbs and joints, would find it to their advantage tor consult
Dr. if. His treatment is mild, aud ju no case will it be ne
cessaiy to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, post paid,
in closing five dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DR. W. It MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protecfioa Insurance Office, Ceilarst,
near Post Office, Nashville, Tenn. mayl3 dAwBm.
: 1 . .1 ' : . 1 i . 1 1 : nn 1 ' . -f '
PICKETr. MACMURD0 & CO.,
nANKEIlS and COMMISSION "IIEUCIIANTS,
J'i' ' UJiLEAXX.
WM.S.PlCfCKTT(Ut-oftlie Unn ofPICKETJ, PEttr
KINS A CO.J and J. R. MACMURD0, Banker, hav
ing associated themselves iu business, will ' conduct , a
itankiu :in J flcneral Commission Ilusiuess,
In this City, under firm uf Pickett, JIacmcedo & Co.
Particular nlfention paid ti the sale of . Cotton, and to the
shipment ofSupplies and Merchaudie-generally.
NEW STORE AND' NEW GOODS.
A. 33. C. "W. ROBERTSON,
XO. 41, COLLEGE STJIEAT, msill'IlLE,
DEALERS IN IIOOTr?, SIIOI3.S, HATS AND
ARE nw oxning in anew store at their Otd r"Mt
PiDKj, an'enliiv new and large assortment i.f yjPi
SUMMER HOOTS. SHOES, CAITER. BUSKINS' f&i.
and SLIlTF.P.S.madcof best maleriale. and in' the hunt
f jA": Consil ing of a great variety! to which we invite the -J
attention ol our former customers, "and purchasers general
1 . Feeling grateful to a liberal public for a loug and liber
al patronage, we enter the trade again, hoping to please all
in quality and price. A. I J. & C, V. ROBERTSON..
Best Iron Frame Trunks and Carpet Bags,
THE CELEBRATED "GENIN" HAT. Fcrgentlemen.
GRAEFENBERG CHILDREN'S PANACEA
A MOST strange and irreconcilable fact meets us at the
very threshold of our remarks on tins valuable medicine-
It'is thi: that no medical preparation adapted to
; me various diseases ot children ana youtn, nas ever been
l offered to the public, while at the same lime it is established
i by the most accurate tables of mortality that one-half the It -I
man family dieUfure reaching the age ff Jheqr$!r
We should suppose that to this great class of human suf
i ferers this oue-lialf of the race tuff most anxious and ear
, nest attention would have becu given: that medical skill
would have been taxed to its utmost capacity to find out a
! medicine to which mothers and nurses might resort under
j the constantly recurring necessities which present them
. selves iu Ibis "connection. The world is literally crowded
! with medicines for aduUi, but towards the sufferings of chil
. dien no one has seemed to lurn proper attention. No one
has regarded their condition. No one has seemed to thitik
I it possible that tho ravages of disease and death among tlem
unghfbc slaved. It is true that there are numerous Ver
mifuges and Cotdials of some value, but none of ihese is
confined exclusively to one or two forms of disease, Tlie
GroHfenbcrg Children's Panacea is the odiv medicine extant
in cither hemisphere tht is at all worthyof being called a
j Children's Medicine: cr that supplies the great want alht
II is invaluable and unsurpassed in cases of infantile jaun
dice, griping and flatulency, diarrhoea, cutaneous eruptions,
the thrash, teething, falling of the fundament, convulsions,
rickefs, tingwonn, scald head. measles, croup, worms, chol
era Infantum, wasting of the body, and all diseases incident
to 1he years of childhood.
Price 30 cents per boftle.
"For sale at all the Drugstores, in town and eonntrv, and
by ALEX MACKENZIE,
'j'.ilyl,') ' Nashville.'Tenn.
ri"HE following list of articles in our wnrehoiwcT which
JL have been ni Sim 4 from. 1 to 10 years, if nut. called for
inHOilays will be'sold'at .ruction furcharges, viz:
' ' " 2 bfvscs Jackson A Walker; . .
' 1 ' A .Harwixvl; ' "'
- . ' 1 '" M W Slonn: ' -
I " -'Ihlwortb.TavW A Co: ' -i-li")
" XIn.t'ig- I!ahn, for teelh; "-
1. K Johnston; T- ' "' '' '
' " ' '2- " T jr-Ofvcri; --! V;
GmofeA' Vcjiablc;""1" '
. t : :
V A WllMKl-
1 pt":ag?, It i!nrri'."Oii;
1 smdll box. 1) M'Tavloi- -' ''' to
.1 do do Jno Nathans:1'- - -'"-v
' . :- 4'lriuiks, nom.uk; '!, ',4'ltlll
) -s- vi.rtonjli do;
i l Hasket -Waggon do; - ...-.,,
j -.".il Cupboard - do; V .
I IiBoxj. do; !- -
1 Hat Sfand do; , ,.
1 Lot' Cast Steel do;
1 "- Gas Piiws do;
jiilyU-lm , t . JOHNSON A SMITH.
I?OR SALE. 'That very "desirable Family Res
idcucc, on the corner of Spring nnd Spruce pjjj
streets, occupied bv P 11 S Perkins, containing 13
rooms, with all ueiessary' -out-houses. Tho'lot ronts 120
J"ceton Spring st. and runs back J.70 feet to an alley. Ap
ply lo july 27 GLOVER, A.BOYD.
EJIPLOTMENT A smart, active) 'business man
may meet with employment and a fairretnniieralioii by
immediate application by letter to N. B. C. at this office.
TpffORAl'lIKD rOR'TjlE UNION AND AMERICAN
"XIouisvtLLE. Jultf 58. Letters, from ifin Interior of
- f t-J V . ..-
. inc wuacco crop win
fall short of last years, which was far below the aver
age. ""A writer in Cliristian countv, says two-thirds
.of a crop, can't be grown in that region, having
be-in-scaliely any rain forthrea montltS .
. LxDETEStrescK, July 20. Salt Lake mails arrived
to-day. 'A'partr .met large number of trains in Salt
Jjake valley. The Indians Uis,tnrbel-bnHtli-s-train;
also, Dcnnisons' train. A .party jf , Siorvc, lil'liaiis
took possession of the ferry pn the Nprtn fprkof
the Platte river but did iiothold it loncr -Platte is.
very high, a good deal of.ran. having nillenin that
PiTTSnnno, July 28, M.
-Jnches - water and.
Tne river has 'Cillyn IS
inches. : j
LoTiivtLLE, July; 28, Bj'ili--tfhe1 river is swells
ing slowh-, 4 k feet in canal; 34 ihcltes-in'tlie -pass on
thefalli. : " ,iUf
New-'Orljiins, July 27JElour.is scarce "at7 -50a''
8 50; Corn 65a72; Bacon si0ci -7, Shoulders J;
Tobacco quiet and firm; LaVd'1ff)ib!i.'102,.'Ui kegs
Louisville, Julv 28-night ;Rivcr
inches in last 24 hours,
shoulders sold at 5 cent
100,0CO pounds! bulk
St. llouts. Jnlr 23. A fire .broke out on the
morning of UicVi20th'on board the steamer Dr.'Frank-J
iin anu conimumcaieu to uie steamers ismu. viiy
and Highland Mary, tlie two" former burned tQ the
waters edge and slink. ISa,000 to 90,000.
" jr7FARiViaiL's : -..
i CELEBRA'TED ARABIAN LINT WENT -v
i . TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE. " "
THIS celebrated medicine, skillfully composed as it is o(
thenicil. healing bUsams aud penetrafiug'oils, can"never
fail'to' cure almost every affliction' lbatcould Tie alleviated
bv an external remedv. Its sunerioritv over all other Lini-
nieutsis uroven bv the miraculous cures it perform, and bv
tlie trreat aud conetautlr increasing .demand. There has
been sold within tho past year more than THREE MIL
LIONS OF ' B00TLES, and there can be but few persons
found who do not bestow upon it the highest praise for the
rare yirtuw.it possesses. Nothing, perhaps, since tlie 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 throueh the- whole
system, .soothing thit irritated nerves, allaying the most in-,
' tense pains.ancfcreitingamost delightful sensation. Read
the following remari:able cure, which can be attested to by.
hundreds wtio were tuny acquainted, wiui tlie wnole circum
' CHRONIC ENLARGEMENT OF THE TONSILS.
My daughter, when six months old, was. taken with a
Welling in tho tonsils, which grew larger and larger, till
hea six'years old she had great ditllcultyin Swallowing her
food. Every night watch was kept, fearing she would suf
focate. The'best doctors attended her but could give no re-
l:et. 1 toot ner to uie most eminent doctors in uie .bast;
they Raid there was uo help for her but to outgrow it . With
a Sad heart I returned home with her, when she became so
'much worse that the doctors had to be called in again; they
decided that the tonsils must be cut off, as the only means
of giving relief. My wife would not consent tQ this, and she
determined lo try your Liniment, which gave relietlbe Tery
'first application, and by a continued Use she entirely re
covered. -She is now ten years 6td apd fleshv and healthy as
could be desired. Your Liniment is also tfie best in use for
tprains, bruises, cuts, burns, headaehe, etc., ahdlt will re-
uiuve lue uiusi severe pains in a lew tuiuuies. it uisocurea
T- 1 J 2 F ,
citkeu uuuuer iu uijcuw iu a lew uays.
l'eoria, ilarch L-Oih, 184- GEORGE FORD.
Look out for Gunttrfeiiil
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
which has lately made Its appearance, called W. B. Farrcll's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feit, because his having the name of Parrel", many will buy
ii :.. ,,. ,i i i.i .i a i t- .
ists, and they will jiei-haps 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.
IT Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to ivliom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letters U. G. before Farrell's, thus U. G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on the wrapper, allolhers are counterfeits.
Sold by CARTWHIOHT & ARMSTRONG,
and by regular authorized agents throughout the United
J3? Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTKMn sTery town, villageand hamletin
the United States, in which one is not already established.
Address IL G. Farrell as above, accompanied'with good re-fet.-ee
as ta -haracter, respectfully, Ac diw
Corner of Sixth and Main Street,
rr'HE undersigned would respcctfullv inform his .friends
I i .v. . . . . . i : nr. ' i . . . . .. i
.J and (he travclimrnuhlic in general, that hn has leased
the above nanied Hotel for a term of years. Having gone to
a great expense in renting and refurnishing the 'same, so
that it is now second to no hotel in tlie West. Hoping by
Strict attention lo business to merit a liberal share of the
public favor. J. MOSHER,
Formerly of the Nashville Inn.
Louisville, July 19 tw o d3m.
- SALE OF 5,000 ACRES OF LAND.
.'1T5 Y jirfoQ of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
JO countv, rendered at the July term, 1350, in the case of
Alethea S. i right, Adm r., vs R. J. Meigs, next friend and
others, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at
the Court House in Nashville, on Saturday the 3d dar of
September nexf, a tract of Land, lying in the county of Hick
man aud State of Tennessee, on the waters of Mill Creek
and Lick Creek, containing bv estimation 5,000 acres.
ju1y20 trd F. R. CHEATHAM, Cl'k.
FACTS THAT ARE FACTS.
WHO does not know that Lyons 4 Co., keep always on
hand the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be had in
town. All we cau say to those who are ignorant of this is
to request them to call and examine our stock, and they
will soon be convinced that such is the case. Don't forget
the Lien (Lyons) Den, No. 1, Cedar street.
Tobaccos. We are just in receipt of a large lot of
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some of the,
finest brands, hue cut and iu plug, For sale either whole
sale or retail by LYONS & CO.,
julylS No. 19, Cedar St.
JUST received a few more cases of those Fashionable
Cassimere Hats, very light and tastv.
ALSO. Black Leghorns, Flat Brim leghorns and Boys
. Also. -An entire new style of Hats called the Alboni
IIat.just ijued in Ihe New Yorkmarfcet, with all Iheotbtr
strles of Moleskin, Beaver and Cassimeres, of everv quality
wlll.be found at WATERFI ELD A WALKER'S,
No 26, Public Square, next to GowdeyV.
. , ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE.
"Tlie subscribers offer the following good and sufficien t
reasons why every family in the South should use the
Wrought Iron Cooling Stoves.
Manufactured bv them and called
1st. It is of Southern mamuaclure, being made by the
subscribers in the city of Nashville.
2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast
three or four cast iron Stoves.
Sd. It is more complete iu its cooking apparatus than any
4th. Jt is so simple in construction that a child can use
5th. ltseconomyof fuel is such that it does not use half
aS much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size.
Glh. In the ecouomy of time it is important, as it can be
heated ready for use tn a few minutes.
7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove Is
8th. Its perfect reliability as ire liave put up over four
hundred of them in this State, and no one has ever failed
to sriveentire satisfaction. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
julyli College st, Nashville.
ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP.-For render
ing the liarshest skin delicately smoothe, wbiteandsoft,
removingsaliowuess, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquito biles, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalready formed, eliciting on the cheek of age the
clearness and' smoothness of vouth. Prepared by Dr. F. F.
Gonraud, 67 Walker st., 1st Store from Broadwav, N. York.
For sale by febV CEOBOflGRElG.
T?RENCII WINES AND BRANDIES. Always
JL on hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, put up in wood aud bottles, and for sale by
feb! GEORGE GREIG.
"TJ1NE A. PLES AND
PEACHES. Just re
.L ceived, afresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
am! Peaches, put u
in glassjars, nnd lor sale by
CHEESE. 50 boxes Western Reserve Cheese, re
ceived-and focsale by febp GEORGE GREIG.
T)INE APPLE CHEESE. 75 boxes mpcrior
A Cosbcn fine Apple uueese, icceiveu ana lor sine by
I7IGS. On hand and for sale
j Figs, by fcb9
a small lot of verv Cne
r1 UM DROPS. A fresh snpplv of finest quaUty Gum
VT Drops ofvarious flavors, just received nnd for sale by j
febB GEOKGK GKE1G,.
CHOCOLATE.- A superior article- of Chocolate in
small sticks and in half pound cakes put up in tin foil,
and for sale by febtf GEORGE GREIG.
1 "TRENCH N'EUGA CANDY Just received by
' exiiress a small lot of White French Ncauga Cand v put
up in tin foil and for sale by GEORGE GKfilO.
-t-HEEN TEAS. -50 cans fresh Green Teas, liermet
VTT ically sealed, on hand and for sale bv
feb9 GEORGE GREIO.
I7RESII TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
4 of Black and Green Teas of the finest qualities import
ed, aud warranted superior, tor sale by
rebl . GEO. GREIG, Uuion street,
I70R HIRE. A Negro Woman with 2 children," one
' 10 years old; apply to R. A. BALLOWE,
julyli t . . GcnT.Ag't,No.l7DeaderickSt.
Q AF.ET Y FUSE.--500,iXK) feet genuine. Safety Fuse,
IO bv the onemai manuiacvurera, lor saie Dy
CHEATHAM. WATSON A" CO.
at W. H.Gobdos & Co.'s Public Square.
APCnOIf SAXS of 0E9CSH1--S hyJQAVIS 4SWAN1".
Y"E will sell in "frontof our Auction Room, on TUES-
Tin- , 1. ti J Witt r I. '
T.T l& I , AUgm u, sm
115 hdsprime.NO Sugar;
18 lerccs Clarified Snpar;
abblsTow'd. &;. .
,m do -Loaf - do;
24 do; Crushed. - do;
5 do OhlJavaCotTtet"
. ?0 do. L-gcytiT'dd; .
J10 da Pepper;.
5 :vdo - Alipice;" "
"10JraUs Almdndf;, " -
20 casks "Engfishiiidti; "
. 5 cases Wood Matches;
DAY, AugntSd, lSoff, lor cash -
2.1 di Summer Caadlc?;-
SC- ;lo Star do;
25. -do Sini. d.;
v do'R61i,sn-ciiBtr do:
' . i-casksAWUVri e;
basfcuChani npie do;
-20 do Raisins:
75 tints tjirter Vineir.tr:
; 200 d iFloer;'
Mihba. Flour.' -
,201 ftarost .VrXr. Pawn
2." bhls Re-Wled .-ilolasses: . baaft-Salt:
. lijlst-Sugar-houKevilo. Io,KiSpauish,Me!CQgars;
lt - - i"O boxftSTobscco,-rariotisptades;
... r ... r..i t :!!.-- . t i i
It - .Together with various other article. JcenbluiraHiite of
. .-julyaj -r- -i N t3 Public Square.
SALE'-'1 !U -
1 To'sda7 acd. Wednesday, AtigustCnd njS,
absUsefml tie S&l'flJjwntt. PvtUxritifntJ-fstrrt.
I WILL Sellbn TUESDAY, snd'wEDNESDYiTAngtist
Kth -and lTtlvlSM; aircrv large stock fifSTAPLE and
n TMV.ltrlV nimrvN . . . .
"in uuuin, received ur late arnmi.!
T In rite the allention of the t i-jde and''
ly lothls ailt as4heSUck.u nr and embraces thenichest
stvies-oi L.auirjs-iiubsa QOODa,hd GENTLEJ1EN
WEAR, all of verr snnrtrti. ni,alitt- .t;n.n rm 4,. t? i
rics in the UnitectStateJ. atnl TrrAl 'Tflriplr nf Frpn.K ltr-tt.
. kh.'Ibilian, and German importations, upon cortsignmeifLJ
and orderel to be closed. i
'Itio stocnto be sold embraces a large line of French, Bel
gian andTiOglLih. Cldths and Ca.imers; black and colored
Satins, black, isilks cf alj widths; IVucr Dress-Silks, Frerlch
1-awns and Muslins, Berage, Berage ile' Laines, Cut Beragtv
Satin Striped do. Dotted Swiss. THrlrfuiK.Kir!t'Mitlina
Nainsook do, Book do, Jaconet Cambrics. white arid colored.
umQric..iuuia iins, innia Tnnus. Sniss Insertin"and
Edging, Jilconet do, wide Silk and niread LnceHand"Edg.
iLgs. Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Silk Mantua Ribbons of all
wiains, uiovea anu Hosiery. Silk and Thread; green and
bluo Berage, Linen Hdkfs, Fans, Black and Fanty-jSilk Cra
vats, Mai-ass do. Bleached llralms nn.l l)rill!n.n Hmum
Muslins and Drillings, Cottonades, Burlaps and lirown Ltii
ens. FancvPrinU. Black. Cnarr. f!rn rtnhirnnl TVimi.
ture Prints, Damask and Turkey Red Print, and avcry
large stock or Trimmings. A large Stock of Linens anaV
I.inpn Tlreis Cnnrix.
WITH 100 CASES of BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and
CAIS. - '
Bonnets of all qualities, consbting of Gimp, Straw rind
Leirhorn.- of new styles. .. .
The stock is very large, writ assorted, and will be sold
freely. . ; .
XT JERKS LWEKAL. - -
' J AND.- J; DUNCAN.
- FUTURE SALESlfe-a!
Sept ISth, 14th and 15th I Oct. 11th. 12th and'ISth.
- Nov.l516th andl7tlu ' Dec. IDthJ Hth and 16th.
PUBLIC SALE OF GROCERIES.?
r WEDNESDAY, 10th AugustlS53, vwe will offerat
J rubuc Kale to tne highest blddenr
300 Hogsheads Louisiana Sugar, all grades,
Sob packages Mdhisscs and Syrup;
1 -500 boxes-Manufactured Tobacco; 7
50,OOO.Regaliand Prindpo Cigars, all grades;
500 kegs Shoenborcer Nails, all sizesi. 1
2W boxes 8X10, 10X12, and 12X18T WindowGIasg
100 uolslxreen brucbenville Copperas; . -it r
100 boxes Summer Tallow Candles,--100
" Palm Soap;
50 " Fancr do;
50 packages Imperial and Gunpowder Teas; -25
bbls Mason's challenge Blacking;
50 cask England Soda;
With various other arliclgs. ' '
The goods will be put up in our usual quantities, with
Terms or bALt All sums under $200, Cash. AH sums;
over$2w, lour montlis lorapproved endorsed notes paya
ble in one of the city Banks.
julylj-td W. II . GORDON A C0.
TENTH SPRING SALE -01
Dry Goods, Esots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, Hardware, etc.
BY JOSEPH F. DIZYTOX. '
N WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. Au-rust tho
10th and 11th. Air stock at this sale will hp fnnnrf
to -emhraco a greater variety than ever before dfereil
at Auction; consisting in. part as fellows: Black, -Brown
aud Ulue Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassiraeres, Black.
and fancy fcattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drap D'Ktes, Queens
Clotlis, Cottonades. Check and Fancv Lininw. Plain
and Figured Dress Silks, Satin d'Cheue, Alpacas, Silk
Figuredand Plain Bareges, Alborines Grenadines, Solid
Colorel Bareges, Printed and Painted Jaconets, Embroider
ed Lawns. Barred Muslins. Jaconets. S wis Mull Mnstinn.
French and American Ginchams. Barece d'Laines. Chiutz'
d,Latn(s, British and American Lawns, Bayadere Dresses,
British rnd American Prints. Plain and I'l'mired Satins. Fi.
gured Silk Velvets and Embroidered Vesting, Napkins
Linen Lusf rc, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Bleached and
urown lii-uungs, G-l Sheetings, Table Linea, Cambrics,.
Apron Checks, Cap Net. Silk Linings, Cotton Handker
chiefs, Cotton Lace and Wgings, Black, white and mixed
Cotton Hose and Half Hose. EmhrDiderrH nnrtains Kilt
Mantillas, Bonnet Silks, Linen and Cotlon Threads. Pins,
ueuies,iiooiv3niiQiiyes, lapes, wmos, I 'ocket and iaolc
Cullen-, Thimbles. Guns. Pistols. Fiddles. jSilk. Anpola
Wool and Palm Hats, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, etc etc.
Aug. 24 ar.dio I Oct. 5 and C IDand 20
SepL6,7and 8 20,21 and 22 Nov. 9 and 10 23 and 24,
Dec 7 and S 21 and 2 I
Sale every Thursday evening through the year, fjulv 13..
J. t . IK ,
C. FOX, Auctioneer. . july2fi td.
VJ'OTICE. Tlie gentleman who got us to purchxse a
J Check on the Northern Bank- of Ireland, for. Ukorce
Bell, Lisbourne. Ireland, in April last will rIcae call at
our office. july27 2t HOBSOXi WIIEELESS.
IOST. Land Warrant, No. 422L', for 40 acres issued
to Allen Thompson, on the 23d AnriL 1851. under act
of 88th September, 1S50, and assigned to W. B. Shapard i
Co. in blank has been lost and a duplicate wanant will be
applied for, for the Lenefit of said W. B. Sbapard A Co.
julyUT Oiv vr
JOSIAH .FARRIS, Agent.
BARIC AND LEAVES. I wish to purchase with,
cah, a large quantity of Chestnut Oak Bark and Shtw
make Leaves, lor Toning purposes, Apply to J, G. Moore,
corner of Union and Market streets.
. ju)y27-d&wtf. .FREDRICK ROTH.
AUCTION SALE OP LOTS.-HouSeand Lotiu
Edgefield, on the White's Creek Turnpike," being Lot
No 1, as designated in M W Wetmnre's plan of Lots will be
sold on SATURDAY, the 50lh July, 1853,"at'thq Court
Turns. cash, .balance in 1 and 2 years.
ALSO, at the same time aud place, 'Si acres of Land on
the Railroad, at Mill Creek. 1 miles from tlie city,. 30 acres
cleared and under good fence balance timbered. There
is a good Spriugou fhe Land.
Teums 1 cash, balancein Cand 12 months.
jul 7 GLOVER A .C0YD
"C'OIt SALE AT AUCTION.-1 will offeratpublic
JU Auction at the court house, on Saturday next. thcSOth
Inst, 8 beautiful building lots, situated In Edgefield; a short
distance from the N. A L. Depot. Terms one 'half cash
and the balance In one and two years, or without interest
with a lienretained on the landuntil the purchase, money Is
The above lots frontiO feet on Short Street and run back
150 fcet'to a fifteen feet alley, a plot of which Cau be seen at
my office. , K. A, BALLOWE, Gcn'l Jg't
July 24 . UcldericklStreef-
BATHING SPONGE. 25 lbs KneBathmgjjpongc
Received and for sale by STRETCH A ORB,
july21 Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner
College and Union Streets.
SURGEON' SPONGE. 10 "lbs "Fire U"hiteurgeon
Spougeforsaleby july 24 STRETCH A QUI!.
TAYLOR'S WASH BALLS. 12, doz. Tavlor's I
JL Crystalized Wash Balls. Rece3ved-und fin- sale by
ju!y21 STRETCH A 0RIW-.
NGLISH TOOTH BRUSIIES.-IS doi. YiiTe
English Tooth Brushes, made from the best Russia
Bristles, which are wanaufed 1101 to come out. For sale by-'
july 24 STRETCH A ORR.
ed While Wi
LEACHED WHITE WAX. 1 box fine Bleach-
Received and for sale bv
july 2 1
STRETCH A ORR.
TH1TE BONNET GLUE. 40 lbs best White
V Bonnet Glue. Received and for sale by
STRETCH A ORR, Wholesale and retail
Druggists, Corner College A Uuion Sts.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.---A good Jlel per
(white or black) to blow and strike in a blackesmith
shop. Apply to IRA A STOUT,
july 24 1 w Coach Manufacture No. 5. Claik street. , '.
AND WAIUTaNTS. We are buying and paving,
the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to jus
by mail or otherwise nuy depend on gettmp tlie highest
pricesaf which theyaresellingatthetimein Nashvilie. and
the cash remitted or paid to order.
july21 DYER PEARL A CO.
SAM. S. WILLIAMS has become interested in our
business which will still be conducted under the style
andfifmof jjulyl3j JOHNSON. HORNS CO.
A DWELLING HOUSE WANTED. If suited
.in situation aud price- wo will make the payments sat
isfactory. Enqnireat our office-"3- - '
june25 3wd . ,W B.SHAPARD A CO.
OOEEEE FOR "FAMILY USE.- bags real old
Government Java Coffee; - -
50 bags Laguyra Coffee; ' '
S bales Old Jloclia-UO, .real Airican; now lanamg
ner steamer II R W IlilL For sale verv cheap bv
' iis DAVIS ASWANN.
OTTON Y'ARNS A snpplv of .No.'s 50o,GiX,7t0,
800 "Sycamore Cotton arns,! constantly keptbv
ni CHEATHAM, WATSON L CO-
' 1 1 ' 1 1
WANTED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts,for
Whicli we will give the highest market price.
febltf BEN. M.NOEL A BRO
GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
WA. A J. G.IcCLELLAND having on handan un
. usuallv linreand .rich stock ot Goods, will offer
great inducements to cash or puuetual buyers Strangers
kvUiting the city will .save money by look!ngnt our stock L
before making their, purchase elsewhere.
iune-ri . Ao 20, Public Square. I
LATE ARRIVALS. Just Kceiving.'tWs day per
steainerNashvilla, .direct from New Orleans,. .
335 hhds Sugar, ofvarious qualities from goad medium
toverr prime: " ' ' " t
,80ft bigs Rio Coffee; some br the best that has beenln
' - l,T. ,..l-iif tl-ia spnsonr
r if . . 11 . uMi lit. mi. ,
Tor salb cheap for casn, by
DAVIS A SWANN.
")7 DOZ. French, German and American Coloox?, Laf
" I jnder and Orange Flower Wafers, assorted.
vl ( 1 " 'f-rrt not ana American. JZUJiAUlS, for
TtU ' lh( OindttrckML many new article.
HAIR TONICS, &C."
TpOrreserve the IWr and improve its growth, Coemetign
I eoc e i, diMcUnfi Enyluth Maccasmr and Itoussel'a Antiq UJ ,
lann' hWU!l purified J,exrX Out, o-vrJW, sZo- ,
To beautify: the Hair, and preventils tdling'JifTr Qvoin
'otde FHU, Eati Ltisfrale Odorant, Jjnnr Lind itiiir (i!!t
Balm M-Columh'i, 'irirolnfit: Rose ond'Riciniue Hair Oils)
IT-Xir VrcaWi Ttiicf Itonssers aud Iudialt IMr Ihjt,
Depiliatory Powder, &c
iJiL'jcuvr. nit; L.ujti'ir;jLtuit.
,J A DOZ. RonsscU's Ciwmetio Cream, Roman. Kalklor, i
TT Amandine. EMeUmP EnplUK Kniilor, Chinese Ala- I
lasterand Meenfun. i rencli andhpnnisnLillvA' liTte. Pei
,'.n1 iv, TIC. crrf lv-.t-.-v., in..,.. i ir..;i. tv,..j
Vinem'anJWieatreRotiie;J3usMlVLrlSalre in China I
. i I'RIiSEIlYES THE TEETH.
;Op DOZ. IUz-n'e iMmtite it('A'uf,Ch?uHne Deler
:OD gent Charcoal Paste fortheTeelh andTlums; Chlo
rine Tooth "ash, l.oii3iel-n Superior Toolh Powder, Ac
SHAVING At TOILET SOAPS. -C)KC
,)0Z- ROnSSKI".StfrCit t;Mm7lLtqrtnxK,
' JjJ Almritid, Rose, Amtn-csial Sharihg Commiunds ;
Mifitirt, RSntd and- Square EagUtl 'Windw; liarbere
l'iiinifd, and Palm Soaps.
S." diffen Taylors, Conner's laii Ifoslicg's Transparent,
Red and AVhito Wash Balls, Rose. Monumental, Poncine,
Floating, Almond, Oval, Vegetable, Chrystal line, Chinese,
'Ainande, Amcrc,- Poi-ow, Jasmuf, San Angels and Violet
nnd Fancv Soaps1,' -
t) AA LBS.ltonselr's Barbers Soap;
-UU 50bflxeSlIoseandMindsorSoapSr Receired and
At the Man and Morter on Market, opposite
.." .' ' ,Uj'l0'r"'tgVyas''rillc
.Cf 'DOZ. Tain Killing'. Arahlan, and Mustang Liniment;
TrQ'and Liquid Opodeldoc Received by T-WELLS. -
Cf GROSS Hano.it led fresh Od Piute Etaikin.
i J ceived by
'FINE TEAS, &C.
JAA LBS. Fresh Imperial, Voting ITipon. Black and
TrUU Gunrmtdwr Tear, in Metalie packs: Received by
. ' T. WlXIs.
GROSS Patridge's best Friction Matches. Receiv
ed bv -T. WELLS.
PAINTS, OILS, &C.
Treth JYliit Lend;
Q " A.EEGSJv-' jrSir Laid;
barrel Wiote Dexab Vaesbii ;
1 do Black Self-Uo'in? VarnUh;
15 barreULInsead Oil; -
10 dq- Spts; Turpentine, t
OA A LUS.Chma White;
- U J 500 lbs Ground Pumice Stone;
X , . .275 "v " Cromegreen;.,', . . ,)
A 5S0 " " Paints assorted;
- ' --i i ii .i : - ri , i
iu i aieui un er. iweccn eu ur
julylO - - T. WELLS.
INDIGO. .MADDER, AC. ,
j"fA LBS. Spanish Indigo;
JOU 1510 pounds Fresh Dutch Madder; . 1
- . . -. -- n barrels 6'S"fji Logmod, Fustic, Nicaragua
Cain Wood, Ac - ' - i -
-T--"4101bsrErtract6r Logwiiodr n
- 290 ' BlueV.trol; . "
- 975 u OilVitrol;
' Received and for sale at the lowest prices bv
At the Man and Mortar, Market street, Nashville."
GLASS AND PUTTY.
Ortr BOXES best W
Op 2fG0 lbs Putty;
mdow GlaS3 assorted sizes;
QUININE 140 oz.
f OLD. Leaf and Foil of the best quality.
VlX" Received by
"A rEDICINE Chests and Electric Machraes, Jftdicul Scd-
dUhigt, game lag) and JSmeylelii.
land lor sale Dy
"! rAHOOANY and Oak Veneers, 5000 feet received by
111. n. IV'fT TO
.III 1- 1 1 1.1.1...
jnlylO GwtwAw. Market street, Nashville.
FULL BOS03IED SHII1TS. We haveja-t re
ceiveil another supplyof these mniK admired Shirts.
Also a lot ofFrench embroidered Shirts. For sale bv
'july26 MYERS & McGlI.'L.
SOLE LEATHER TltlJNKS. We have yet on
hand a few elecant Sole Leather Trunks, which wc
will fell low to make room for our Fall slock.
july26 MYEltS i McGILL.
&AUZE,.UAKINO AND SILK AND LISLE
Thread Underwear ai reduced prices.
juIy2T MYEltS A JIcUILU
TESSEL'S NEEDLES. Tho best article in use.
XJ For sale by " MYKKS A 31c(ILL
j I unushmi
lung Store, 5 S Csllcge street, near the Square.
13 AY RUM Just received a lot of Bar Rum.
JOHN K. HU3IE,
No. 57, College Street.
HAS this day received, brExpress.from New York i
Beautiful new style Collars;
'. " Emb'd' Underslteves;
" Black Lace Mitts;
Hair Cloth Skirts;
Lace .Mantles and Points;
AIiSO On hand, Baregei, cheap Muslins, beautiful Silks;
also, a beautiful selection of Chinese.. Siniiisli and Parsian
Fans, and a general assortment of Dry Goods of every de
scription, all of which wili be sold at extreme low prices.
I 7OR ""GENTLEMEN. John K. Hume hasfust ns
. ceived an excellent supply of those Shoulder Seam
Patent Shirts. Collars. Handkerchiefs. Cravats: also. Lisle
Silk and Kid Gloves. Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestintrs, Ac
jun23 JOHN K.HUME. No. 57 College St.
MUSLINS, LAWNS, BAREGES.
JOHN K. HUME lms in store an excellent assort
ment pfMnslins, Lawns and. Dress Goods, gen
erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As bis policy is
never to carry over Goods from ono season to another, of
course, extra baigaius may be expected. A few Lawns and
Muslins left, at lOaia,', els peryard. june S
RY GOODS. As the season b far mtvauced, and
being desirous of reducing as much as practicable,
Tnytockof Summ-r Goods, 1 will offer goods of every de
scription at prices verv much reduced. The ladies may ex
pect bannuns, and will fiud it to their interest to call at an
early da?. E. C.McNAIRY,
july9 " 55 College street
OHOITLDER SEAM PATENT .SHIRTS.
I JOHN K. HUME has this dav received another fresh
supply of those justljscelebrated Patent Shirts.
Also, a new supply ly omn Vouars, vravau, a ics, owcks,
Also, Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk- Gloves Half I
Hose, of every description, j
Also, Gent's underwear Shirts, Drawers, Ac jnneo J
J G. & C. ROBERTSON, !
Jlroail Slrtet,3 dourt frvm-Marlel.
TnE Subscribers respectfully inform the public that they ',
have removed three doors from their old stand, and
now have on hand a general assortment of Confectionery.
Sugar Ornaments, consisting of Cakes, Candies, Nuts, "and
Fruits of everv variety. Musical Instruments and Toys ot
every description. Fishing Tackle, Soda Water, Mead and
Ale always cool. 1
Their Candies will be warranted to be yuperior to any
manufactured in the city, and will be sold Wholesale at 12; '
' cents pcr.jiound.
Orders from tlie country carefully put up, and with dis-
patch. july 8
CIGARS A NEW ARRIVAL lo.ow El Divan,
4.000 La Josephine; for sale on Broadwav at
julyS J fl A C ROBERTSON'S.
"170R THE LADIES. Silk Tissues, Plain and Em.
broidered, can bo bought cheap at the Philadelphia
e. june" SOHN A HILLJIAN.
"QERAGES A great variety of Figured and Plain
I 1 lie raws are ollered nt reuucea prices aiiuo I'miauei.
..1.:.. a. ? :..r KnilV A Hlf.lAf AV
IJ11U Oll'll. Jl.llt, . - . . . . . AU... . . .
" rUSLINS and Jaconets for Dresses, of everv descriii- '
JjX Hon can bo obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia I
SOnN A HILLMAN.
B' ONNETS at ery low prices are now offered at the
Philadelphia. Store juue7 SOHN A HILLMAN.
-TAKE YOUR OWN PRESERVES.-Just re-
iX, ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for Preserv
ing purposes. jnue-TO 15. A J. NIXON.
aRAHAM BREAD. Grahim Bread for dispep
ties, can be had every other daw at
my . B. A J. NIXON'S.
POWDER Tennessee Mille. in quarter, half and 1
whole ketrs. Tennessee Blastinff. in keirt and barrels.
iOWDER Tennessee Rifle, in
A full SuodIv of the above description of Powder: war-
"ranted equal 'o any in the market, alwavs on band and for
sals by julylS CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
PRINTED LINENS ! IRINTED LINENS
At Aw. 9. Union Street.
TUST received (direct importation) one Case Linen Dress j
J, Goods, containing a great Tariety of Styles and pat-
terns, which win Resold a percent less Uiau tne usual j
Lawns and Muslins, for styles and prices, are unsurpassed j
bvany in the market Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmings of j
all kinds constantly on liand. The attention of tho Ladies, i
is parucuiariv requested to ourstocicoi wous.ucu.iv i-m-
1 -i.;.: ,-Sl! TirTTTrOTOV M HEItVARD.
k . L.11 -511.1; , tiMliir 1 llillJ
SS. WILLIAMS Agent for John wnuams, .ew
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
lor shipment, julyli
I dialratioii fixciteti; aRtl' Pcsp-ularity
JlCHISVt',li-r -i -
1 T" Sr-nC an- aTfi!a rtne- Pisa ton of" If ATS
I H a tr E 3ap ori u m ;
' ' ueAU'x'iruii h.vt, -
, call and examine it.
u.xtdaor totliiold jia.d of M'Salry & H,nw 3rL
J pang, wtio ar tu qite.trs.ieniiiiSto on.amrnitUhsJ
Nrt. S3. Public sAuarc
timt vi;.rn, v ! xvii ji-irit;Ki-is"iu
TAlfl Ut:VCttl(A1. T
WE are now uilkio.'Knnrln, ...
tlfe or the Rocky Mountain Silver
Iteavrr. We ventilate theji ta ire,.
tbalTeadeoot and prevent the Hair 1
Team tilllnr offln hot Wfatlier. Tjui
iaise wbo wish an elegant Beaver,
pleas till aud leave voarordan ai
Uie lll. Kmtortum of .
FRASCI CO h WlUTil.lN, ' ' f
, mai .-o. aj. riwu quare.
We havn mow JlcndT for ExTTibTllotit
a uui-L.iK uortment or Chll
iRfanl's.and Mttle Muse' Straw.
Hlr,abl Hraid Halt; Child rens' Spor
ting ainl China Pearl do; Misses Zrfi
T!fSs.lil,t' d Blonde FlanJlfc
PK-VSCtSCO &. WlimtAJt
I ANAJIA;, LeglidrB. Black leghorn, damiwa
rnv. l atjtou. union. KiAri.i.. Kt.w ha.i. u. ...
Hndd.and evurv rrliv nffiti-iw- If... r....i.n
Somreerwear.ot, KKANCISCO & WIllTMAS'S.
J?V. . So. S3 PublltSquaro
- HAT AND CAP ST0SE:
mvife their attention to fhc elegant Spring stylo of SILK
HATS, or our mm maunfjcfurc, which, in quality and beau
ty cannot be surpassed bv any in this citv. Purchasers will
do well to examine Ihetrlljt before buvjpc,elsewbtre.
, LANDE, ELSBACK A CO.,
Hat and Cap ManuEicturert ilarket streetiNashville
Tennessee. - . . " ".jpw.-
JUaT rewired a large supply ofhigb and tow "crown
' Men s and Dor's Fur llats, Cassimere do, Peusidn,
.Metropolitan do, which we are enabled to sell either whole
bale or retail, on most favorable terms.
sprite- - UVNDlyELSBACK & CO.
T '"' received a well assorted stock of STRAW, GOODS;
t) comprising a Urge variety of Panama, Leghorn, Pedale
and Palm Lear, Ac, for Men and Boys, which, will be dis
posed of at an extremely lowratc.
P"Ig LANDE, EISBACK i CO.
WE Imveriowiai- Iramt u very fine and extensive Slclc
of Ready made, SPRINO AND SUMMER CLOTlf
ING, cut and made up In the lsfest aud most jinproied
style, among lu'ch can he found. Coats. 1'anU.und Vests, of
every description. Allot which we can sell at satisdetorv
53?ConDtry Merchants will find it to their interest to
cation us,-as we are determined to sell atsmall profits
IANDE, ELSBACK A CO",
3P- No- i ". Market street. Nashville Tctin.
I .FURNITURE I FTONITUBE ! i
AM just recetviuga fine assortment of Fur
niture of the latest nnd most
styles, which will be warranted as reeorarnend-i V I l
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ol Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds nudnin nnlpr. Artirloj
sent free to the Railroad or anvwbere iu the city. Remem-
ber4.". Union street Cheap Fdmituru Depot,
r "P27 ' 1. 11. MORTON.
WEhave-receive.1 byrecent arrivals nine
more or those unrivalled Piasos, aiadejB
brJ;B. Danhamand Adam Stodart A Co.. nfTT
various styles and sizes, which will be sold rir"W tin-
j cash or good notes drawing interest, aud warranted to give
apr9 Y. A T. IL GREENFIELD k CO.
Fnrnitiiro Manufacturer and Dealer.
A ATP ULD respectfully inform his friends
t f ana uie public generally that be
keens a full assortment of Furniture on
liana, consisting of lVireaus, ard-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards. Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and oa very reasonable terms, with despatch.
Mattrasscs of all kinds made to order common shnck
kept constantly on hand.
Unilertaluug Having just received from New York tv
lot of the air-tight and air exausted Mctalio Coffins, a 1
orders for Coffins can be filled in very short notice, from,
the Plain Servants' to the tine Metalie or Covered, and on
very reasonable terms; together with everything, necessary
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. JJL CURREY.
N. B. Shaving, Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend
ed to when desired, bo ex J. H. C.
heretofore existing under fhe stvle
JL and firm ofPitiLurs A IIaot is this day dissolved "by
mutual consent. AH persons indebted to the 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
only. WILLIAM PniLLIPS.
July 1, 153. HENRY HART, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend MrvIIenry Hart, my successor
and tale partner, to the former friends and customers of Ihe
House, and respectfully solicit for him a continuance of tliat
patronage so liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
jnlyl WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
JAMES D. IEHKEK,
Produce and General Commission merchant.
PROMITatlenunn given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac,
Ac, upon which advances will be made if required.
3f Orders promptly filled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour. Whisky. Ac, Ac
Kf Agent for the sale of Star and Tallow Candles, Sale
ratus, Poland Pearl Asu, and Lard Oil. which will be fur
nished at lotceU market rate trtiiovt fXwsnUeion,
"VrALUAlSLH DWELLING HOUSE FOU-
SALE. The undersigned offers for sale hi residence
on Spring or Church Street, with tlie furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
IL C FOSTER. Sd.
Or in my absence to G. M. FOGtl.
june 17 tf.
WALL PAPERS.-Just re
ceived, 2,000- bolts of those
beanlifut Freneh Papers, for Parlors.
Halls, Jtc, loselber with 3 splendid CCcrd nil
assortmeutqftioldand Velvet Borders, FireLjscreens, Win-
uow wunams, ic
tS"0a hand a large assortment of imglazed Papers, from
10 to 25 cts per bolt.
KIAGES A COKREV.
! No. 20, Collegestreet, next door to tb Sewanee House.
I Juiyi "
, 41, MARKET STREET,
BETWItEX r.XIO.- AND TnE S QU1BB,
Xti&rilte, Tenneuet. .
r OLD AND VELVET PA.
VjT PER HANGINGS,
ti : l
and beautiful variety.
Decorative Wall Papers, all I
Hit: ItUCU UCSTJflLf.
Borders, w mdow Papers,-Tenstcr nnd Ccn.-
tre Pieces, alaree assorimtnt.
Chen 11 tinglnzed Papers 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12 to i cts. per Bolt, Allforsale.andCutAP fob
9Asg- - iu,J"
' JUSTlmilSHED AND f6rSALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
NO. 5, ,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES. BAROUCHES,
ROCKA WAY'S AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that
Stout's Ccach Shop is on CLARK STREET.
july 19 IRA A. STOUT.
--ICH AND CHEAP GOODS AT NICIIOL'S
LVi CORNER I hare on hand a beautiful assortment of
Ladies.' Dress Goods, which will be soldat very reduced
prices, as the season is advancing. Great bargains may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and I .awns from fc 10c 1 2c and 15c. and a fine
assortment of Berage of all styles, Silk Tissues, Evening
Dresses, Ac, Ac Also a good assortment of Miisiinito Net
tings. JAMES NIC1IOL.
jun!7 No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st.
DISSOLUTION. Tie Copartnership heretoCire ex
isting under tha style of McNAIRY A FURMAN, ex
pired on the 1st day of Julv inst. R. C McNairy will con
tinue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness of the late firm. Signed R. C. McNAIRV.
Nashville, July 8th, 1 X i FURMAN.
TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McNAIRY", my
JL lofts partner, to tlie friends and customers of the house,
and respectfully solicit
a contiuuance of tho patrooaaj so '
liberally bestowed upon tne late firm,
july 8 Signed F. FURMAN
WHITE GOODS AINlTKIMMI'GS.-IXttAd
Swiss, Plain do. superfine Corded and Checie.' il,
super line Mull and Nainsook Muslins; Jaconets, Camlincs,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouncing. Jacoije " Wlsa
TrimmiDgs, Dimity Bauds, A-c, at McCLFXIA lri.
june2:J No W. iTablic S-piare.-
x",. . r.--.j t-r' .It. We llMVe Sliuitf "vrirv
JXLKicI Jlantleson band, new stylej in Silk,. Lace. Apll-
cl 4,-Lao, Scarfs Crape do, White Crape Shawls, TiltisUn
jt . j i.:.i. -t.w,mt
j t i j .i.;ii will close out ver chear.
UB -""'"" McCLELLANLVS.
"rTlCJI I) RESS GOODS.n hancUtich Silksjhr ilS"
JLii Rich JJlack Silks, super Black Gro do Rhines, Itich
Printed Barege and TLssues, White Banres and W hite
Silk ."larqu or White Glace Silks,. White Lace brasses,
Emb'd Crapes. Rich Barege dc ijmes. Rich; French Or gan
diez,Musluis.Gtnghams, Ac, Ac Tliese. Goods are very
ncn a-nu wiu ue soiuai very low pnees, at
LANDU ' -
ho 20, Itiblic Square. I
DR. T.L. BRYAN respectfully offers his wrvkjjs to
the citizens of Nashville in the? practice of 3tdi.cine.
ana especially in tne treatment or Uhronlc Uiseaso.
flee on the corner of Union and Summer streets."
f t r t . rr-i -
THE AS-iYIXLE "ffANIIFACTtrEI3fG COMPANY.
I r PHIS estahhslimcnt is-now provnlei-withlIaefetr.cry ur4
I A Tools, corapleie, of the most modem" consfruttion; alw
wiui ipvoesc Mecnamau suit uiainecounirraiiuns, ana
respectfullr solicit ordvrg. Thej- axeprcpaiwlto execute M
follows: ... .
rSuch as Lacotrutict. for Pastetsger aad. Freight. Trairu.
Passenger, Freight, aadRepair Cars ownpleresl, ixulaSmaf".
every descriptien ofwoTtaticcrtainingto HailRoad
STEAM ENGINES. '
JioaVaad statioruri. feka $ to oW newpower witli
boilera of the. best Itmitft,
SAW MILLS.' xr .
. Marfiincrr complete fcr fiuing up Sas5 or CifciiTar Savf?,
comple.e with 1 ""j PIirovd .modes.
Ei'jaes and Jlachine rv made for all aizct neniplete; to
getherwiUtMachiHeryfiirSugsr SLRsaiHl CttCjrrGma; aL
so Machinery for Blast Funuces, embraciu" CtUtfrfin ?
leuUrn for blxt Ac v -
. ROLI.ING" MILLS,
i u.y' C.'renltcJlerandall machinerr for RoU
lngMilITeooipt(vmaile u rtest oolice.
BRASS ASDIROXC ASTINO.
Z"1 wull """"fr ""Ti Kring' water
whwU. caa iron Bank va.dU. Ac , Ac . nadto orSer.
. 1 W . -no. is ajjraewcal tea-
cnenisn or .he mUroiwl v.irtis v TrTiMi-r.v
- .j -
rt ... v MIV,
ESTABLISHIO TOR TEN 1EAR3-
OUR Goods areye'eelei aoj purchaaedhy osr!ves
with great care in the best markets, whreh enables as
to sell tow fcr CASH. Out Candle are WARRANTED ,..
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any house In the c gan
try. Toy.. l'ocfcet Cutlerr, Pistol. "RevolveiasU s j
cocking; Spaiusih. Cigar, &c. &c. july-
ITENITCXY inUTARY TJISTOtmi7
DIRECTED iy a. Board ot Visit, rsappolnted lv be k
Jjlate. is uaierthe Superindcndencesf Col It.
T. P. ALLEN, a dUtingiushed pradnate of West Point felt
and a practical Engineer, aided by an able faculfv
Tim course of studv is that usual iv taught. Hi the best 1 1 ,
Collects, with the addition of an ritmieil mmnf '.V
Mathematics-, National Sciences, audThcoreticandTVac.t.al
7ho buildings of thelnstitole wilt be antirevrefiiteI an.t
arrangements made Tor beating them with 'steam Ufi.-u .
opening of tha nsnipgtll term, which will rendefthe I .
slitntc entirely unequalled in regard to lwalth.rocvf.nr: re,
and agresableness of Tesidence. as it is already lathorc j0
ness of instruction 4ml strictness of go-reronirai
Tlie seventh annua! term will open on the second. Hmiu
in September, 1 -CIS. Entire charge $KX' per oemisjna' '
session, (surgeon's fee i extra, i parable in advance.
Address tho Superin tendon, at "Militerr Institute
Franklin countv, Ksutnekv," or the urdersigneA
P. DUDLEY, Prrsidentof the ttoard
Louisville Journal, St Louis Republican. Pittsburg (ije
fe, Nashville Republican Banner. Nashville Union, a : I
Memphis Eagle, will publish in city and countrv iiiw :. i
Ihe anumut of $i0, aiul send bill to the Superintendent af
the Institute. jiilf 3. 153 3trr
EDAlt TiaiUEJt IhaveomwtanUv enham'
1 miles from Nashville on the IUilradrCaler Si'l ti
Lintel Timber, Flooring and all other Otdar Tinibir, a" 'he
shortest- notice. Also, Cedar StaUs, which. I will Li
cars at J20 per thousand. Orders willbjj thantiidlv rcei
edand promptly attended to bv the subscriber.
junelS 8ui. ' JX0 J?!I.'
ClOlVIITN'ERSUIP DISOLUfJONJ-T-c i
jartnership heretofore existing under Ihe firm of . t...
Hiu.KiX A Co., is this day diisoired bv mutual consent.
may23' rx A.PRANK A CO
OOPARTNEItsi 1 1 P NOTICE. TlTe rmder-. ,1
have this day fiirmed a CoparUiersmV, stder ttu i,
of Sons A Hjllmav, and will continue theDrv Goods Ifcis.
ness at the store heretofore occupied by Sshn. llShnx At .
may23 ex LKONHILLMn
IQUORS. WO bbls Tennessee l D Whtslu .
60 UW itonoapdiela i'o.
60 " UM ISoHrbuu, tki
50 " OldRye .
0 " OWRensre . tit;
W( pipes OH Cognac Brandv
tf " HiiHaBd (Jw;
'-10 bbb Old Maderia Wlnej
3 hu&UL bbls Sweet Win;
. - lOdbbJsA. M. Bramtv; "
. . " Nw RBgland Rum;
.-l A U Gm;
' . .3 " SwoetWiae.
. 3 - ORI PoftWJoe;
8u boxes Brandr Cherries;
SO " Claret Vine;
la " Assorted Coidials;
16 gal Iota Old Pretioh Brandy;
In atoreaniltor sale tow by L. 1L.LAX1I R
SUNDRIES. 1) bbh best Ftour. l kfgrol Na
IWit bbls No 1 Salt; -0 tons assarted Iron;
SO doz Painted Buckets; bbls lirimstone;
SOnesU ofTnbs; 5 " Atom;
20 half bushel measures;! -XI Plows;
.W00 lbs bar Lead; 2 ' bbls No 3 Macixrei,
inW bags Shot, assorted; .V kits No 1 and S d. 1
100 assorted Demijohns; 0 bbts H S. Alaibnit..
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; el loirge Pecam.;
X( dox Bed cords and Lines; 60 Ijoxn Figs;
.10 bags Race Ginger; fine k Tobacco, asi.nrlr.'
25 bags Pepper; :i tieices Fresh Rice;
'A boxes Dned Herring; 2S bbi-s English Soda,
1 cask Madder; - SO bores. Fresit Tca
IfboresStrmghton's Bittersjlo Ci nine's best Diu
20 " B Wheat Flour, ext:
Together with many other articles, wlueh xrii) b. - J
low, by dec14 I.. It liANIFR. ilarket ;
STRAYED. From the premisw of tbe'sub-cru-rr sii
Tuesday of last week ,2nlhf Jime',"'aa pair t V"
-HORSESy-aboiit-lO'basila -t in-i luftulcfaitf'.rg u-. 1
substantial appearance, between theagaottV tuidbv; -old..
No particular niarks row remnnbvred, -IB. r 1 3 -that
one of the Horses-had a recent Iiiuiseoncut I s ..- t
cheek bone, and had on when he eouid tint heed 'iu . a
Anyinfbimatien concerning the ahove Uppws sr "" I j
tbankYully received, as well as suttablv Tenanted,
mumcated to . W. T. BSRRY.Nashv X
Nasliville. Jnly Sth, ltM.
A CARD.! beg teav tainfurm mv frinus and -a
XI rons that I hare removed to tlie store on il C'irnr
Ceder and Cherry streets, from nivold Stand Dt 11 ' xr
AUa to infiirm tliem that I hare on hand n choice 1 Jt ft
gar?. Snuffs, Tobaccos, and lipes , those in- waul ri Hf -il -tides,
would do well to call, an I keep a ToBAOtrcnsT sr .
Little Indian, corner Cherrv auI Cedar
LAIUIES'ITNE GAlTERSrsLIPPEIW, Ac.
Sup. Satin Francaise (.aifers, lip'd foveu, pia,.a wca.
" Embroidered BrdnzR4 Khl Slippers;
. " Black " At,
Gents' Elegant Patent Leather Booti
" Superior Freucii Calf Onus " aIo;
44 - peg . , H
" Fivest Ctrrra Cos cress G tiwas;
Just received by RA11AGEA CIlt'RCII,
nue20 Not& College st
LEBANON FLOUIU-Newand sujierioKia .
1C0 lb sacks. For Sato- by
juiyir. edwards:& harr s
WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE,
Dreanon Sprinri, Ilrnry contt, A
THE first term of tlie seventh annual session cf ' s
College commences ihtMtwf JAmJri ipUr)- pj
ier, 1S)S, uiHltbesrcond tennbii thejtrit Jifduym t
TbeFaculty COTshdsofmneexperieoprofi-s.sors. Ike
number of cadets in attendanre last tes.st.-Hl was f
whom 1 ' were from Tennessee. Tlie courw' pf sttid.es r--
braces the Scientific cnursc cf the U. S. Military Acm., r.
and Ibnmugh insimctions in History, English later .:re.
and the Greek and Latin Langnsgt-s. Ktudentc- aire J -tol
to a select course, including Civil Kngir.ri.te V tcrn
languages. Boot: Keeping, with Commercial puctico a: J
other branches at theiroptiMi.
The Military feature is not introduced iwyel- tn .1 !Ti!
3lilitary knowleilge, but fo promote discipline, bra"' It ed
Charges Cr tuition, ooarUDg,TPo,fuc"i liglifs. K t-' ng
servants' attendance, and Use of furnitiire and ira
per term. Surgeon's fee i per term. For furtiurr -S
inatiou address A 0. SiMu Lwiville, Ky .-n.h ft
Johnson, 67 Magazine street. New Orleans, r li. R ' .h -son.
SurtfrintendenL jnlyij idiuAw
I REFER the-Farmers toibe ataiementa below, nude '
l)r. John Shelby .and L. F Rradlev. I have pien a
..iratien several times', I am satisfied f its meat ixiiiitv t
r Ihe season Uadvandug, I now offer those I hveituhnt: : ( ,r
I . . . . t , .-.rt., in.. ..
$ZW. u.a. 1 unAi UAH.
juneS?, 1353. NashtillerTci7
Nashville. Juno. 2", 1- Z
Cot- IL P. CnE.iTn.ii: r .s.r: I have! been u. ng
the 14 Reaping Rnd Mowing MacFiina"pateiHeritoI by Manse"
ot Illinois, which you are now offering to the ciliierJ of S
nessce. Itis arntsTiLiTELAiioK.sjivi5l"Uail-t. lt woiii
BATLrand lunDLT. The amount cat per day will uV : d
principally upou the speed of the team. It thetmu ru
.travel four miles per hour, it will Reap pr.Mow, flCeco acrrs
in ten hours. It is entitled to the conndence ot er "- c
I. L. F. Bradlev. now manaoMg the urm or Ux--c r
: fidlowinir statement We hove" Bid r more "kaa
nnT.k.one of Cot. Cheatham's mowing and rev
!,:. -htnel it in stover and trrain bwnanu
tiled and I now state that mows and cuts cleaner1 than i
sTtlie blade, and that it wWroow pea day as much m 1
hinds, and It can reap at least twenty-four ctm f da
junt2-tAw. BKA'"L;' '
fr opacity of Gerk, Acco.
DABNEY "WOOTONi would hnmh V
the. ciUzeosJo scrveuieo ut
esnaeitvot "oierK. Accountant. Salesman, tfaianemir
Rnnks. makinc. Settlements. OHectintrfAc -Ac ha-mi?
roiichexperiencs. References and credenilkhi given f d
jiredi Address him tbrcosh the Pott DRice, ir apv ai
the Union mnd'Amcricaa office, on Deadriefc street, No 1 i,
one 29 tt
IH. 3K c .1. ."EB