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- NASHYILLE, TEN3SL "
WEDXESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1853.
I, . THE WHOLESALE DRYGO0D8 TRADE.
We are gratified to observe that the several ex-
toasive Jobbing Houses of our city are rapidly get
g ting up their Stocks for the fall pales. Our mercan
tile friends in the country -ivill notice the adver
. . isement of Messrs. ILB. Douclas fcCo., ivho
- announce themselves f uness for the reception
of their customers. ' . fhe trade in ceucral. Wc
. strolled through theif immense establishment a day
a .,, or two since, and saw-what, to our uninitiated eyes,
''-,eeemeJ to be goods and wares sufficient or the
""State consumption In one season. These ' gentle
,; jraen arc very large and prosperous dealers and erai
. .nently vvdrthj of the confidence bestowed upon
' .jthem by the trade throughout the State. They
T possess unusual business capacity, close application
. ... and energy; deal justly, and are well furnisTied-vvith
. .ample means for all purposes of business.
We observe, also, that Messrs. MouoAn & Co. and
Eakin &Co., are receiving large supplies of goods
by the Southern Hailroad, and they will doubtless
soon announce themselves in readiness for the trade.
"We understand that there will be one or two new
houses opened this season, and that the amount of
goods brought to market is many hundred thousand
.dollars more than ever before offered for sale in
.v25ashvil!e at one time.
There is absolutely no good reason why the trade
of .Nashville should not double itself in a short time.
'Let our next legislature look to the true interests
of the State, and pass a bill exempting all goods
from a second taxation after that paid by the mer--chant
importing them into the State. Uashville,
, f femphis, and other good locations would then be
able to supply the home trade almost exclusively;
and the result would be, a large increase of revenue
' " to the State, without any additional taxation. ,
jlMPORTAKr Law Case at Trextoh. B'fore Chief
Justice Green. Archer Giflbrd, Esq., and Elizabeth
Iloyt, vs. Herman Thorn and Mary Rutherford, de
ceased. The controversy in this case arises out of the es
tate of William Jauncey, deceased, late a wealthy
resident of the city of is ew York. It appears 1 hat
Mr. Jauncey died in 1848, leaving a last will and
testament, hy which, after making various devises
and bequests, in all to a very large amount, he gave
the residue of his estate to the eldest son of Colonel
Herman Thoni, who was called William Jauncey
Thorn, (Colonel Thorn having married the niece of
Mr. Jauncey,) by a devise in his will in the follow
ing words: '"I give and bequeath all the residue aud
remainder of my property, both in England and
' America, of every kind and description whatever,
to die said William Jauncey Thorn when he arrives
'"at the age of twenty-one years, to him, his hcirsand
William Jauncey Thorn did not live to attain the
age of twenty-one years, but died in England sud
denly, aged about nineteen 3-cars. Soon after liis
death a controversy arose between his representa
tive and the next kin of William Jauncey, deceased,
as to the legal effect of the bequest to William
Jauncey Thorn, it being insisted by the adminis
trator to the latter that the bequest" to him vested
immediately on the death of the testator. On the
other kind, it was insisted that the bequest was
contingent and could not vest in the legatee until
he attained the age of twenty-one, and consequent
ly that the residue went to the nearest relations of
"Whilst this controversy was pending, Colonel
Thorn compromised the claims of five of the next
of kin by paying them $200,000 and $10,000 for
counsel lees, and about the same time he obtained
from Elizabeth Hoyt, who was the remaining next
of kin, an assignment of her interest in said residue
Jy payment to her of $0,000, and in pursuance of
this assignment Colonel Thorn procured the share
alleged to belong to Elizabeth Hoyt, to be paid over
to him or for his use.
The residue, it appears, amounted to $1,465,000,
making the shares of the next of kin there being
six of them about $240,000, which, with interest
since the de nth of voting Thorn, in 1S31, increxsed
them to about $000,000.
The allegation of the bill is, that the assignment
from Elizabeth Hoyt was fraudulently obtained, and
it is prayed that it ma be set aside, and that the de
fendants may account for and pa to the complain
ant the share of said Elizabeth noy t. The heirs-at-law
arc the Messrs. Iloyt of New Jersey. The
chancellor having been concerned for the com
plainant, the same is now being argued before the
Chief Justice. Counsel for complainants, Messrs.
A. Whitehead and Wm. L. Day5n. For defend
ants, Gorernor Pennington, Governor Vroom, of
New Jersey, and H. IL Morris, of New York,
Tobacco. The New Orleans Crescent says that
tobacco has advanced there nearly or quite one hun
dred per cent, since tho beginning of the business
season in the article. There ore not only slight
ntocks of last year's growth on hand, says the Cre
scent, and a scarcity of the manufactured article, but
the most gloomy accounts reach us from nearly all
the tobaeco-gro wing sections in the country. Predi
cated upon these facts, the staple has steadily ad
vanced, and prices appear not yet to have readied
When a rakish youth goes astray, friends gather
around liim in ortler to rpstore him to the path of
virtue. Gentleness and kindness arc lavished upon
him to win him back again to innocence and peace.
. No one would suspect that he had ever sinned. But
when a poor, confiding girl is betrayed, she receives
the brand of society, and is henceforth driven from
-the way of virtue. The betrayer is xjionorcd, re
spected, esteemed- but the ruined, heartbroken vio-
tim knows there is no peace for her this iide of the
grave.' Society has no helping hand for her, no
. smile of peace, no voice of forgiveness. These are
earthly moralities unknown to Heaven. There is
a deep wrong in them, and fearful are tho conse
quence.'. Alwats Look to the Bright Side. Dr Johnson
ued to sny that a habit of looking at the best side
of every event is better than a thousand pounds a
year. Bishop Hall quaintly remarks: 'Tor every
bad there might be a worse, and when a man breaks
his leg, let him be thankful it was not his neck 1"
When Fenelon's library was on fire, "fiod be prai
ol," he exclaimed, "that it is not the dwelling of
pome poor man !" This u the true spirit ofsnb
mission one of the most beautiful traits that can
possess the. human heart. Resolve to see this world
" on the sunny side, and you have almost half won the
battle of life at the outset!
Ciii-OROForut ron Hues. A sixth part of an ounce
of Chloroform for a common hive, or nearly a quar
ter of an ounce for a large hive, is tipeJ iu Sootlnml
for tmtting bees to sleep while their honey is taken.
J hey put the ehlorolorm in a shallow Dreaklast
plate, covered over with thin gauze, then put the
lave over the plat, coven-d with clothi. and in
twenty iwmtes theloos will be sound asleep, and
out of the combs on the table. This is considered
"better.th.it. sulphur, and the boo rather like it.
MAVUFACTrnKS. The entire capital invested in
the various manufactures in the United States on
the 1st of June, 1S50, not to include any establish
ments producing loss than the annual value of
Amounted in round numbers to - 510,000.000
!Va1uo of raw material - - - - 550.000,000
'Amount paid for labor - 240,000,000
-Value of manufactured articles - - 1,020,000.000
2s umber of pcrsous employed - - - 1,050,000
e3F" The Japanese oroi"lniu is rcmarkalilu. A
lite writeron Japan toy "That tea-cups are espe
cially worthy of attention? I liave seen tea-qups -
ilozcn of which, with the saucers, would not weih
three ounces. They are really transparent, amls-i
thin and delicate that one would believe the drop
ping of a piece of sugar would break thein; never
theless this very thinness gives them an extraordi
nary elasticity. '
Died On the morning of the 16th inst., Mrs. Si-ba-
L. wife of VT. L. Foster, lvq., of this city, and I
daughter of the late Hon. Ricliard Cheatham.
Thefriends of the family are recnicsted to attend
theifuneral, from Christs' Ghurcli, on Thussday
morning at 10 o'clock, Dhnne service byiHev. ilr.
TELEGRAPHED1 FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN.
ARRIVAL OP StmiUmi STH.AMimP
H ii m l 1 d t
New York. August 16.
Steamer Humboldt arrived last evening.
It is feared that the Emperor of Russia will de
cline to withdraw bfo forces from the Principalities
as stipulated in the proposition,
t The Enrrlish and French fleets would in that case
be ordered to pass the Dardanelles, and a peaceful
settlement wouiu. 00 greauy jeogaraea. a aes
patchfrom Constantinople states that the Porte had
represented to the Ambassadors of the great pow
ers that the proposition of the Austrian ministers
had been accepted. This proposition arranged that
the English and French fleets were to be withdrawn
from BcsicaBay whilst the Russians evacuate the
Livritpoot, Aug. 3. Sales of Cotton 8 days, 25,
000 bales- Speculators 3000, exporters 3000 bales.
Prices unchanged; demand active; trade in manu
facturing districts improved.
- The Morning Chronicle reaffirms that the Hinted
States had offered the Porte money and active
A decline in the funds at Paris and London lias
ensued in consequence of an article in the Constitu
tional declaring that France and England would
not consent to the arrangement which had been
At Constantinople great uneasiness has been cre
ated by the news of a decree of the Czar ordering a
r- 1 1 .1 1 . 1 - : O -V
iresmevy 01 troops uirougiiuui, ms xiui-jin;, viiicii
was interpreted as a war measure.
Moldavia has declared itself independent of the
Porte, and refused to pay further tribute. A similar
movement is expected in Wallachia.
It is asserted thut the Porto intends addressing
an ultimatum to Russia, in which, after payinff due
regard to his eliristian subjects, he declares that "if
in spite 01 repeated assurances tneuzar snouia persist
m ottering war, the rortc is resolvea to accept out
responsibility must lie with Russia."
The above document has been communicated to
the Ambassadors of France and England.
Orders have been cent to the Hospodera of Mo!
davia and Wallachia commanding them to quit the
Principalities and retire to the right bank of the
The EE-yptain Aeet witli 12,000 men arrived at
Constantinople on tho 19th. Admiral Dunda3 of
of the English fleet and all his Captains have been
on a reconnoisance 01 the Turkish tort and vessels.
Russia demands of Persia tho cceession of the
province ofTouris in lieu of 80,000,000 roubles due
It is rumored in Tienna that there is a secret
treaty between the United States and Porte.
England A favorable change in the weather
has a eood effect on the wheat crop.
A Frenchman named Raymond was arrested at
Southampton, charged, with others, with having
couspirea to murder JNapoieon. lie wa3 taken to
London for examination.
IiOtnsrn.i.E, Aug. 16. The Wm. Garvin, the
first boat for the Louisville and Nashville line, was
launched yesterday evening.
New 1 011K, Aug. 10. The Mayor has called a
meeting to take measures ior the relief or the sutler
ers in New Orleans.
LonsviLLE, Aug. 10. River fallen 5 inches tlu
rinp past 24 hours.
FiTTsmmc, Aug. 10. 20 inches in channel and
CtxcisxATi, Aujr. 17. River fallen five inches in
la3t 24 hours. Weather clear and warm. Flour
quiet and heavy at 4a4 10. Whisky 25. Cheese
firm at Sc. Nothing done in provisions. Sales of
Linseed oil at 08. Groceries steady.
Cixcixkati, Aug. 15. River fallen 3 inches since
New York, Aug. 15. 500 bbls. mess Pork sold
at 15 50; Trime 13 00. Lard dull, in bbls. 9Ja9f.
Jacksox, Miss., Aug. 1G. The yellow fever is
getting very bad at Yicksburg and Natchez, every
body is leaving that can getaway.
Dry Goods Merchants purchasing goods in Nash
ville are itspectfully invited to examine, before purchas
ing elsewhere, an entire new stock of Staple and Fancy
Fall Goods, recently purchased of direct importers in New
York, Philadelphia and Boston, on such terms as to
confidently asertto dealers generally that they can
make it to their adrantageto call aud inspect their stock
to be 'opened about the Soth inst, at No. 7, College (street,
by, (aug) L.B.FITE & CO.
NASHVILLE LADIES' COLLEGE.
rjMlE act to incorporate the Nashville Ladies College was
JL passed February lSlh,1852; and confers ample pow
ers for all literary purposes, and also the right to fill all
vacancies that occur in the Board of Trustees.
The course of t-tudr adopted is similar to that adopted
in the best Colleges tor young gentlemen, but not so exten
sive in the departments of Language and Mathematics.
We hold that the mental training of bovs and girls
should be similar, and that they sbeuld study the same
branches, making some allowances fur the ornamental
branches in oue case, and pressing the sclid branches a lit
tle further in the other, having their future vocation in
LATIN bing the foundation of the English, and the key
to the Italian, the Spanish and the French, is taught with
out additional charge, and will, after the present session,
be required of all, unless excused fpr special reasous.
The FREXCII is also taught free of charge in the Fresh
man and Sophomore classes, so far as to read and under
stand the language; but those who pursue the study in the
Junior and Sen'or classes with a view to perfect the accent,
and to acquire facility in conversation, will pay in those
classes the usual ejetm ML
The MUSICAL DEPARTMENT is conducted by gen
tlemen of experience aud established reputation.
DRAWING AND PAINTING are taught by a lady of
he first ability, and who has been eminently successful in
The COLLEGE YEAR opens on the 1st of September,
and closes on the last Thursday of June. At which time the
President and Trustees confer degrees on such a have
passed a satisfactory examination, and have not incurred
the censure of the Institution.
Hi-rins per Session of five Months.
Board, Ac, in private families $75
Tuition in Preparatory classes '..10,15, 20
Tuition in College classes
Music, Piann and Guitar, extra, each SO
Drawing and Painiing 15
Graduation and Diploma
"3 Bill due when the pupils enter. None admitted
for less than fire months, and no deduction for loss of time,
except in ca-es of protracted sickness.
Rev. R. A. tipsier, D. 1). Rev. Jas. W. Hoyte, A.M.
Mrs.M A E Morgan, Rev. J B I.indsley, M D.
Miss J E Miller, Mrs M A Knox,
Mrs Fanny Edgar, Miss Julia Norton,
With Messrs. Jas. DiggMB and Charles Hess, Professors of
Rev. R. A. LAPSLE 1 , D. D. President, ex. officio.
R J Meics, Esq-
Rev O B ILiy
DrRC Foster, 4th,
DrJohn D Kelly,
W a Sliapard,
John M Lea, Esq.,
Eugene Underwood, Esq.,
John A McEwcn, Esq.,
W. B. SIUPARD. Treasurer.
JOHN A. McEWEN, Secretary.
July 29, 1S.V5 ltn.
NASHVILLE HALE SEMINARY.
No. 19, Spbcce Stueet.
THE next session of thh Classical, Mathamaticat and
English Institution will commence on Thursday the
1st of September, lft.'a.
The Philosophical and Chemical apparatus has been in
creased, and n considerable addition is now making to the
building, which will be finished in due time, and will add
much in tho convenience of the Institution.
Thankful for fBT'past confidence of the public, the un
dersigned will endeavor to merit a continuance of it by an
asMilious devotion to the moral and intellectual improve
ment of the pupils committed to their care
Boarding pupils will be received into the family of the
Principal. NATH'L. CROSS.
N. DAVISON CROSS:
jv.H J. DOUGLASS CROSS.
i -xt ASIIVIIjI.K FEMALE INSTITUTii. The
JN Tiutecsof the Institute hereby give notice that the
, next Session will commence on Monday, Aug 29th, in the
reel ion of
Ttcv. JOSEPH R. MANTON, Teacher.
-Mrs. ANN F.M ANTON, Assistant.
Kev Samuel Baker, D D, President, "j
Jos 15 Kiumlcs, Em., 1
, Dr J 1) Winston, J
nno tf w.
SAI.K. 100 acre unimproved land, 8 ni iles
from llii pitr. cm the Ixniisville Branch Pike, half
cleared ami under aood fence, with a beautiful building
sue on the l'ike.
The ab.n e w ill be exchanged for negroes or mules, or
m11 for cali, balance to suit the purchaser by paying
interest. Applv to
' aiigU. " lis GLOVER A-BOYD.
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
THIS establishment isnow prepared
to manufacture alll kinds of Waccrons,
"Carts and Plows of every description,
and any other firming lniplunents used
The price for such things will not be more than is paid
for them biought timm other places. Wc arc ready to re
ceive order for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and otherutcn
tils fur making roads.
. The Mamif.ictunugof Waggons is undcrthe Superinten
dence of WiUon Mullen, whose work is well known here.
Woresiiectfully solicit orders lrora the llantcrs and Merch
ants in the summuding counties for our work.
One or two ijood Vagon Makers wanted immediately.
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen.
GEO. C. ALLEN,
junein Lower Market Street
CROCKER'S SCHOOL At White' Creek Springs
The next Session will commence on Mondav, the
29th. inst. angll tw&dlm
, "Sf?We ere authorized to announce Dax Tuicwas a can.
didate for Mayor at the ensuing election. ' 1
I5yWe are authorized to announce G. M. Fooo as .a can.
didate for Mayorat the ensuing election. - .
'3? We are authorized to announce W. n. Hortx as can
didate for Mayor.
J35f"We are authorized to announce L. W. Fcssil. as a
candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson
county, at the next March election.
SJTWe are authorized to announce Jons K. Edvondso.n',
a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.
JSEPWe are authorized to announce Enoch Cncmxaaxu,
as a candidate for Sheriff at tha ensuing election.
3?We are authorized to announce William Lutox, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing
&7 We are authorized to announce E. B. Biglet as a
candidate for sheriff, at the ensuing election.
CLERK OF THE CO0XTV COURT.
We are authorized to announce Josiab Fzreis as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
pSTWe are authorized to announce Felix R. Cheatham
a candidate for re-election for County Court Clerk at the en
"gWe are authorized to announce Isaac M. Jokes .a can
didate for County Court Clerk, at the next March election.
FOR COUXTr TRUSTEE.
IS3 We are authorized to announce Tnouis Scmneb as a
candidate for Trustee of Davidson County.
f3F" We are authorized to announce Geosgz Claxxtos
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
NJ3W DRUG STORE.
J. O. BE0 V7N,
(formerly of the firm of Ewin, Brown & Co J
7has opened, wun an entire new siocs 01 mugs,
jf .wemciues, i aims, uiis, renumerv, &c, au,
iSL on the site formerlv occupied br tbe old firm.'
No. 43, College street, three doors from Union, where he
will be pleased to wait upon his old friends end citizens gen
erally. Particular a'tention is given to Physicians' Pre
scriptions, whicn will be nlled wttn accuracy and dispatch.
StmGiCAL IxsTEtiiic-ra. comprising Pocket Cases, assort
ed; Poclctt Vial Cases; several new patterns; Specnlnuis,
assoneo; Mia true, Amputaung ana trepanning j nstrumeuts,
in cases or separate; Tooth Forcep and Keys; Stethescopes;
Cupping Apparatus Stomach Pumps; Dissection Instru
ments, ic., i russes in every varietv a complete assortment
-r .Li ni . - . 1 1 ' t r 1 .
ui e erjiuiug usually &ept ui uus une may De louna ac
aug7 J. O. BROWN'S.
ilHIiMICALS. A larce stock:, and lroni tbe best
J manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before
Drougni to tni3 markeu Attention or roysicians to this
pan 01 my siocsisrespeciiuiiy solicited.
aug7 J. G.BROWN
T)ER3IUDA ARROW ROOT. Warranted jwr-
iecuy pure ana iresn; mu supply ai
nug J. Q. BROWN
PERFUMERY In every style, French, German and
American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac, Ac ,
Tooth Powder and Paste. Pivor's Aromat'c Vinegar, Glenn's
Rose Bear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor
boap, iiarbers hoap in l lb bars, together with a general as
sortment of Plain .nd Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Ac, Ac.
Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fide Comb, Ivory da Pow
der Putfs and Boxes, Lilly White, Alabaster, Ac.
nug7 JO BROWN.
T) EKIN TEA COMPANY. I have a full supply of
uie oesiquaiiues oi jeas, puiup or mis i;ompany.
it is uie same lonLeny Kept Dy j-.win, itrown i uo. wnicn
gave such general Sitisfaction." The Ne Plus Ultra Black
Tea and Plantation Imperial aie thought to be superior to
any in tuts mancet; also, Aeas in small caddies ni lbs
eaclu aug7 JO BROWN.
(CONGRESS WATER I hare made arrangements
J to keep aconstanttuptIyof this water, which lreceive
direct from the SpringjS gross justreceired.
ang j j, uivuwa.
STONE WARE Of all descriptions and best quality;
also, Flower I'ots, assorted sizes.
aug7 J G BROWN.
POLES 100 just received:
Xj also, a full
assortment of Fishinrr Tackle. Luncrick
Hooks or Snoodi, pointed Poles, Ac
aug j. ii. jjku..
FOR THE HAIR-Lvons' Katharion, Bogle's Hype
rion Fluid, Barry and Olirchugh's Tricopherous, at
mg i u
STARCH 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
also, superior article of country made Starch.
aug7 J. G. BROWN.
TURNIP SEED. A large lot of Summer and Win
ter, and Summer and Winter mixed.
aug7 J. fr. BROWN.
FOR JELLIES. Sparkling Gelatine, Cooper oaneet
Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot cf
Flavoring Extracts. aug7 J. G. BROWN.
LEXINGTON M USTARD, in J and 1 lb Cans;
fresh and just ree'd. aug7 J. G. BROWN.
YEAST POWDERS and Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
ger, White Lead, Red Lead, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnish, Ac
aug7 J. G. BROWN, 43, College t.
THE HAT WEARING COMMUNITY
ARE respectfully notified that we are now readv to re
ceive orders for the new stvle of Gentlemen's Hats, for
the fall of 1SJ3. To our numerous natrons and the public
generally we would remark, that the new style we are about
to introduce is tuct, light and elegant, and is adopted by all
the leadingHatters in the Union. We are now in receipt of
a large number of orders, and would advise gentlemen who
want a beautiful Hat and a comfortable fit, to call and leave
their orders and test the accuracy of our Craniometer.
auglS WATERFIELD A WALKER.
AT COST I
THE balance of our Summer Hats, consisting of Panama,
Black Leghorn and Straw Hats, we are selling at Cost
to close all out by the Fall
augi3 vAiti.urir.LiU s. wal.ivi.ii.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
WE would call the attention of Country Merchants,
about to visit the city for their fall supplies, to our
larire and select assortment. Thev will find the latest stvles
of Gents' dress bats, of the finest Moleskin and Beaver, with
all the new styles of soft hats suited to the coming season,
and at prices that will make it desirable to call.
Fashionable Hatters, No. 26, west side PublicSouare, next
THE AMERICAN SOAP COMPANY.
THESE Soaps are presented to the public as the best labor-saving
Articles ever discovered. And every wsy
wonny oi me 'uucsi cuusiuurauou. i uuv uu uie wurn ui uie
Laundry in Colr Water, either SOFT, HARD or SALT,
dispensing entirely with boiling, pounding, rubbing, Ac
Ac, consequently a large amount of fuel, and wear and fear
of clothing is saved, and not one-fourth the amount of labor is
required to do me wasning ot a family.
The tendency of these Soaps is to soften tho Cloths and re
move thfj dirt; and in thoiruse, the hands are made soft, the
complexion clear and white. Washing is done by siroplv
i . - . i . - . i. e --. I . t i "i
rUDOlrg (up oottp uil U4P palm UI VjIUWU'b iuusi suueu, iuiu
placing them in wator sutHcicnt to coTer them-tbere let
them remain a fow hours then with a slight hand rubbing
and good rinsing they will be perfectly clean and beautifully
bleached, and without injury to the most delicate fabric
Tbe cost of these Soaps U no more than those ordinarily
used; and besides this, the great wear and tear of Clothing
consequent upon the old method of hard rubbing upon a
. w . ti i t i : . i. . i : i
uoara, aiacmue, rouuuing, uarrei, o.c o-c., is muuiiji utuiu
ed, and fuel being entirely dispensed with, qu immense sav
ing is thus made.
By applying it to your Capets.it will remove all greae
and spots'of dirt, without in the least injuring their color or
Merinos, Silks, Shawls, Ac may be washed with perfect
safety, Cotton Goods, Prints of any color that will fade in
water alone, when washed with the; e Soaps according to tho
directious will not change, but remain firm, aud the colors
rendered more permanent.
For removing grease from floors, or from any article of
Clotliing it is invariable and for washing Gilding, Mirrors,
Maps, Pictures, Furniture, Dishes, Lamps, Silver Ware, Ac,
Ac, it is superiortoany other Soaps, leaving the goods soft,
and free from any order. The attention of Woolen Manu
acturers is particularly called to the-si; facts.
Let every person give our Soap o trial this is all we ask.
For sale by aug!) W. IL GORDON A CO.
GOKPEE. 50 bags strictly prime Rio Cotfee, foriale
by W. H. GORDON A CO.
rrJJAS.-100 packages imperial Gunpowder aud Young
JL Hysen Tea, torsale by W, IL GORDON A CO
rpOIJACCO. 29 boxes "Bartlett Jones" extra suncur
I ed Tobacco, just received and for sale br
miM W. II. GORDON A CO.
For sale by
-500 kegs pure White Ixrid;
100 " Nol do;
W, H- GORDON A CO.
. -109 bundles Crown, Me-
V dium and Double
Crown Wrapping Paper, lor sale by
W. Jl. UUK11U. a. uu.
ASSWARE.-000 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks;
200 " " do,
100 " Quart do.
For sale by W. II . GORDON A CO
mnvEEsrry of Louisiana medical depart
ment. THE Annual Course of Lectures in this Deportment will
commence on MONDAY, November 14, and will ter
minate in ihe ensuing March.
Jaiies Jones, M D, Professor of Practice.
J L Ridpeix, 31 1), Professor of Chemistry.
Warrkx Stoxe. M D, Professor of Surgery.
A II Ctxas, M D, Professor of Obstetrics.
A J WEDDLRBnt.v, M D. Professor of Anatomy.
Gustavas A Nott, M D, Professor of Materia Medica.
Thomas Hpnt, M D, Professor of Physiology and Pathology.
Cocsauus C. Beakd, M D, I Demonstrators of
Samuel P. Choppix, M D, f Anatomy.
The rooms for dissoct'ug will be oiien from the third Mon
day in October to the First of April.
The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of the
Charity Hospital, and attend tins institution from November
to ApriL Tlie Students accompany the Professors in their
visits, and thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages,
free of expense.
There are one thousand patients prescribed for daily in this
The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in
.. rrimr a uiixt t Ii
YARNS A snpplv cf No.'s 000,600,700,
800 'Tiore Cotton Yam constantly kept by "
11 CHEATHAJf, WATSON A CO
LOST. Land Warrant, No. 4223, for 40 acres, issued
to Allen Thompson, on the 23d April, 1851, uuder act
of 2Sth September, 1850, and assigned to W, B. Shapard A
Co. in blank has been lost and a duplicate warraut will be
applied for. forthe benefit of said W. B. Shapard A Co.
july27 6w w J0SIAU FARRIS, Agent.
THE HAZARD POW
Of HazaravUle, Ceanocticut
A. C HAZARD, rats T. Ju E. DOCGLAXS. SEC T.
CONTINUE to furnih Gun powder of all their well
known brands, Kentucky Jtifle, American .Fportiny
jiiuuiH jiijie m "luarier legs ana canniaters
of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
BLASTING AND MINING
purposes. The reputation of their Gun Pmr.W " inn -.u
known to require comment. All orders promptlv filled at
.j "Hnt( jyiyw) - wiuci ui iiiti oquare.
S. H. LOOinS, Ag'tfortbeU'ECo,
ang2 tf Nashville. .Tenn.
CEDES3 lrnBvrxg 'iS'QDEsS.OS.
ISAAC AUBQTT, SECr 3. B. COLLINS, PEES't.
HENRY" H. HYDE, TeaveUso Aoent. -
II R.' IL itorU f MediCSl Enuniners
HARTFORD, C UN N
Capitol Stock, Annual Premiums end Western Fund
Policies cf Insurance issued at all times on the most favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY & CROCKETT,
Agent for Nashville and Davidson County. Julyl ly.
BANKXNQ HOUSE 0F-V7. B- SHAPAED & CO.
EXCHANGE SELLING RATES.
New York, - - - . -pre.
New Orleans, - - "
uincmnau, - - -COIN,
Gold, -. -
Silver Change, -BANK
South Carolina and Georgia,
Alabama State Bank, .
Mobile, - - " -New
Kentucky, . -
Ohio. Indiana. Ac.
' - 14 pre in.
IB DYING RATES.
- - H dis.
. i a
- . H
.Admiration Excited and Popularity
rpilE elegance and beanty of the Sprioe Fashion of HATS
J- atthe r
OfFRANCISCO&IVHITMAN.has excited the llTllesl evi
dence of approbation from those whose taste.'experienco and
judgment, enables them to appreciate Its mertls.
Vi Duare an auniireroi a
call and examine It.
FRXC1SCO& WHITMANara still at So. 23, Public Square,
next door to tha old stand of M'Aalrr & Hamilton, where
they are always ready to serve all, bis; and Utile, old and
young, who are in quest of soraethlnc to ornament the head.
m.7. No. 33, Public Square.
ouii vi:rii.ATo viiixnincicviTiou.
TAIK ISKA VERIIATS.
WE are now malanca superior ar
ticle of the Rocky Mountain Silver
Beaver. We ventilate the jj to keep
the Head cool and prevent tbe Hair
from falllnf off in hot weather. To
those who wish an elegant Bearer,
please call and leave yoar-orders at
the Hst Emporium of
VKANCI.-CO & WHITMAN,
may7 Xo. S3. Public bqnare.
IVe liuvc uou' Itcmlj- for xliibi tiou.
A coilfLKjK assortment or Chll
en's, Iufaut's.and Little Misses' Straw,
Halr,aud Braid Hats; Childrens1 Spor
ting and China Pearl dot Misses Zorll-na.-,
Picadilles and Blonde FlaU,Silk
Turbans, BoysSammsr Caps,aodere
rylhlugfancy for the Javenilet ,'at the
Fancy Hat Store of
FRAXCISCO 4: WHITMAJ.',
mj7 So. 23, Public Square.
PANAMA, Leghorn, Black Leghorn, Campea- mmm
chy. Canton, Union, Florida, Straw, Boy's Pedal JH
Bralrl. and every variety of Straw Hats forthe
Sammerwear,at FRAXCISCO i WHITMAN'S,
may o.zj ruonc square
HAT AND CAP STORE.
THANKFUL to our friends and tbe public in gen
era), forthe patronage thus far extended to us, Jh
we respectfully solicit a continuation ofthe same, and
invite tlieir attention to the elegant Spring style of SILK
HATS, of our own manufacture, which, in quality and bcau
tv cannot be sumassed liv-anv in this citv. Purchasers will
Jo well to examine their Hats before buving elsewhere.
Hat and Can Manufacturere. JIarket street, Nashville
JUST received a large supply of b a and low crown
Men's and Boy's Fur Hats, Cassimere do., Peasido,
Metropolitan do- which we are enabled to sell either whole
sale or retail, on most favorable terms.
apriia lA.uis fcijUAUiv. x. uu.
JUST received a well assorted stock of STRAW GOODS,
comprisin? a larire variety of Panama, Leghorn. Pedale
and Palm Leaf, Ac., for Men and Boys, which will be dis
posed of at an extremely low rate.
apni z iu. ciua-jiv s. uu.
W: have now on hand a very fine and extensive Stock
of Readv made SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH
ING, cut and made up in the latest and most approved
stvle, among which can be found. Coats, Pants and Vests, of
every description. All of which we can sell at satisfactory
J"f Country Merchants will find it t their interest to
call on us, as we are determined to sell at small profits.
LANDE, ELSBACK A CO.,
ap2 No. 4?, Market street. Nashville, Tenn.
NOTICE. The Stockholders of the Nashville and
Northwestern Riiiroad Company are requested to mct
at Nashville on the 1st Monday in Sept., 183-1, for the pur
pose oi electing uoaru oi uirccwrs: a suiuciencv oi siock
having been obtained to organize ""
DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
"T WISH todippose of my Farm on Mill Creek, 4f j
miles from Nashville, about 40 rods from the Mur-
freesboro' Turnpike, adjoining the lands of Birdwcll
Caldwell, Minerva and Franklin Colleges, containing about
CO acres about 10 acres in wood, and the balance under cul
tivation wit has good orchards asthereare in the State, con
sisting of peaches, apple?, pears, grapes, plumbs, in a great
variety; two neverfailing spring, and several chalybeate
springs. The improvements are v.ry fair consisting of a
good frama house, with porch 20 feet front; one good brick
house, smoke house, kitchen, stables, cribs, Ac The orch
ard, by close attention, would yield from 800 to 500 year
ly, as the fruit is of the choicest kind. My only reason for
wishing to dispose of it is my intention to change my loca
tion and business. I will dispose of my stock and furniture
to any person wishing to purchase the said tfarm. Terms
accommodating. Title indisputable. For further particu
lars enquire of L. MOSES,
aug I No. 1 9 College st
South Side Public Square.
THIS well known and public place of resort is now set
ting extra fine LUNCHES every day at 10 o'clock, and
Jpast nine at night, welt furnished with Sweet Milk and
Peaches, and fine refreshments, say Milk, Punch Eggnoggs,
Julips, Cobblers, Piinthes, Ac. This establishment will be
Kept open, from and after Tuesday night, 2d day of August,
for the accommodation oftho.se runuinglate atnightwith
something fine to eat and drink at all hours ofthe day or
night. IL L. DAVIS,
aug!? lm. ' Agent.
THOMAS HODGE. XELSO.V WALKEC
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Dris-wrs, &&, &c,
13, Cffir ttreet.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to theu
custoniers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered iu this ciy. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feci confideut that all who give us a call will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, HairDress
ing, Ac., wo have large, commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and see with what magic we "makothe hair fly," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied aud
ct'Ue body. augS tf
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS Ac CO., having per
manently located themselves at New Orleans, offer their
services a3 Coram ission aud ForvrarcHngMerchantj
aud General Aleuts, and solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident tliat they can
and will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their inter
est to their care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held
sjcred and nroinntlv remitted.
P. S. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and
forwarding of even species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges at this oiut. Orders for Groceries and Insui
mce Risks, with I be collection of Bills, Drafts, Ac., attended
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CO.
j TV1- ROBERT Jl. PORTER lu,s removed his
-L re-idence and oBce to Nc 88, Cedar street, nearlyop-
liosue ine iiinoiic uuuivu- jui) oi iin.
OOFPEEFORTfAMILY USE. lObagsrealold
Government Java Coffee;
50 bags Laguyra Coffee;
2 bales old Mocha do, real African; now landing
per steamer H R W HiU. For sale very cheap by
janl 5 DAVIS ASVrANN.
97 ?- rnh- Grml'- "i America Coloox. Lav-
Zri ender and Orange Flower Waters assorted.
-4U Or rr.izL,lhm.;.r -.JZT:r2-,Ta-1-Atji:;'iur
TCV tit Handkerchief, manlr nnt articla
HAIR TONICS, &C.
TO preserve the Hair and improve its trrowth, tosmttlnu
komphore, JHrer't Compound. On M ir rota and J'hSo
comet, RowliiuV EmjVuK Matavukxr and Roufsel's Antique
Oils JJazMt ligVy purified Bear' Oile, atmrUd, Oleo
llsse Tonique, Ac
To beautify the Hair, and prevent its filling off, Q'loin
oide Fluid, Ean Lustrale Odorant.'Jeuny Lind Jf-nr Giota,
Balm cf Columbia, Trirotaph, Ro3t and Ricinine Hair Oils,
Hair Cream and Tlnics, Roussel's) and Indian Hair Dyer,
Depiliatory Powder, Ac.
IMPROVES THE COMPLEXION.
A f DOZ. Roussell's Cosmetic Cream. Koman Kalidor,
i. X Amandine. KmclawVs Ewiuk Kaiilor. Chinese Ala-
basterand Meenfun. French and Spanish Lilly White. Per-
famed Chalk Ball, Powder Puff-and Toilet Powder,
Vineagre, and Theatre Rouge, Russel's Lip Salre in China
PRESERVES THE TEETH.
QA DOZ. Baziret (kUniing Tjoth Paste, Chlorine Defer
0J stent Charcoal Paste for the Teeth and Gums Chlo
rine Tooth Wash, Roussel's Superior Tooth Powder, Ac.
SHAVING & TOILET SOAPS.
OCA DOZ. R0US3KLarinVumjr;OLoraAre,
tJJ Almond. Rose. Ambrosial Shavinrr Commimds:
Militaiy, Round and Square; FngUsh Vundjor; Barbcrs'3
Painted, and Palm Soaps.
85 dozen Taylor's. Conner's and nnstinc's Transnarent.
Red and WhiteWash Balls Rose, Monumental, Poncine,
Floating, Almond, Oval, Vegetable, Chrystalline, Chinese,
Amande, Amere, Perow, Jasmin, San Angela and Violet
and Fancv Soaps.
nnA LBS. Rousell's Barbers Soap;
JJ 50 boxes Rose and Windsor Soaps. Received and
ofr sale cheap by T. WELLS,
At the Man and JMorter on Market, opposite
Union street, Nashville.
A O DOZ. Pain Killing, Arabian, and Mustang Liniment:
U and Liquid Opodeldoc. Received by T. WELLS.
PASTE U LACKING.
OA GROSS Ji.w-1' lest fees, Oil Patle BUcVtiq. Re
J ceivedby T. WEI.LS.
FINE TEASj &c.
LBS. Fresh Imperial, Young Hmon, Black and
Qunpovdur Tias, In Metalic packs. Received by
T. WELLS. ;
WOOD 1IOX MATCHES.
rnA GROSS Patridge's best Friction Matches. Receiv
DW edby T. MULLS.
PAINTS. OILS, A.-C.
T t in r ,
1 barrel Wirms Desiar Vabsish;
i ao utacK cll-Drying Varnish;
15 barrels Linseed Oil;
10 do Spts. Turpentine.
OH A LUS.L'hina White;
COO lbs Ground Pumice Stone;
Zio " Cromegreen;
560 " Paints assorted;
50 " " I'atcnt dryer. Received by
jnlylO T. WELIA
INUIGO, MADDER, &C
E'er A LBS. Spanish Indieo:
0OJ 151Q pounds Fresh Dutch Madder;
20 barrels Chipped logwood, Fustic, Nicaragua
uam rpou, iC
410 lbs. Extract of Logwood;
290 " Blue Vitrei;
S75 " OilWitroI:
Received and for sala at the lowest prices btr
At the Man and Mortar, 3farket street, Nashville.
GLASS AND PUTTV,
Q) BOXES best Window Glass assorted sizes;
2460 lbs Puttv:
UININE 140 ox. Received by
a OLD Leaf and Foil ofthe boat quality.
MEDICINE Chests and Electric Machines, Medieal Sad
dlebag, game bagt and HMeybeU.
Received and fprsale by T. WELLS.
MAHOGANY and Oak Veneers, 5000 feet received by
julylO 6wtwAw. Market street. Nashville.
ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE.
The subscribers offer the following good and sufficien
reasons why every family in tbe South should use the
Wrought Iron Cooking Stocei.
Manufactured bv them and called
1st. It is of Southern manufacture, being made by the
Aibscribers in the city of Nashville.
2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast
three or four cast iroa Stores.
3d. It is more complete in its cooking apparatus than any
cast iron Store.
4th. It is so simple in construction that a child can use
5th. Iteconomy of fuel is such thai it does not use half
as much fuel as a cast iron store of Hie same sire.
6tb. In the economy of time it is important, as it can be
heated ready for use in a few minutes.
7th. Its uniform regullrity, as every part of the stove is
heated at the same time.
Mb. Its perfect reliability as we have put up over four
hundred ot them in this State, and no one has ever failed
to eive entue satisfaction. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
july!4 College st, Nashville.
DR. J. YV. GRAY.
Office in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
BUicecn Ifeaderick ana Union.
dec 14 12m Rrsidexck SirwAxrK.
6 tierces fresh Rice, just received, and for sa
july29 JOHNSON, HORN E A CO.l
Corner of Sixth and Main Street,
THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends
and the traveling public in general, that be has leased
the above named 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 tha West. Hoping by
strict attention to business to merit a liberal share ofthe
public favor. J.MOSHER,
Formerlyof the Nashville Inn.
Louisville, July 19 tw o d3ni."
aOODS AT REDUCED PRICES. As the
season is advancing I will offer my s'ock of Snramer
Goods of every description, at such reduced prices as will
be satisfactory to alL I bare a large and beautiful variety
of ladies' dress Goods, Mantillas, Ac., Ac, to which I would
solicit the attention of my friends and the public.
lily 22 No. 13, corner Square and Market r't.
E STRAY HICKMAN COUNTY. Taken up by M L
Fowlks, living ia Hickman county, Tenn., and m Dis
trict No .2, a Marc Mule about in hands high, of a black
color, has a small white spot on the right side, some spots on
tlie shoulders, supposed to be made by the collars, has the
appearanceof having the swenney, long mane and talc, sup
posed to be about 14 years old, appraised on the 11th July,
Iniin Art- - It npm- n
inoo, ai zo. augu it isrei., iui:r.
"VTOTICE. The public is herebynotifieil that Books '
L for Subscription of Stock to the "Nashville Coal Com- j
pany, chartered at uie list session oi me ucnerai Assem
bly of the State of Tennessee, will be opened on Monday
tbe 13th inst , at the office of Eugene Underwood, Esq., iu
the city of Nashville.
ALEXANDER ALLISON. 1
RH-CaSTLEMAN. V Commissioners.
EUGENE UNDERWOOD. J
PICKETT, MACMURD0 & CO.,
hankers audconaiissioN jierciiaivts,
kevt on LEANS.
WM. S. PICKETT late ofthe firm of PICKETT, PER
KINS A CO. and J. It. MACMURDO, Hanker, hav
ing associated themselves in bu.sines-, will conduct a
Blinking nnd General Commission Business,
in this City, under firm of I'ickltt, Macmurdo A Co.
Particular attention paid to tho Fale o f Cotton, and to the
shipment of Supplies and Merchaudise generally.
' july2Q fim.
DOG LOST S20 REWARD.
Ct TOLEN on Tuesday morninsr. the 2d inst.
O my favorite Pointer Dog, SPORT; said dog
is ..well known about tlie city, and by many
in the country is good size, liver color, four white feet,
also white breast and white about the nose. The above re
ward will be paid to any person returning the dog to mvself
or to Capt G W Haonicr, at the City Hotel.
aug 8tdAw No. 96, Cherry street
LADIES FINE GAITERS AND SHOES.
kecfived r.v Exrnrs.
LADIES' Super BIk French Iiasting Gaiters, (plain toes ;)
" " Brown Ital'n Cloth " "
" " Molecol'd " "
" " Freneh Mo (tip'dlbalf Gaiters;
" " Pump Soled and Welted Boots;
" " Kid " " " "
" " " " " Buskins;
" " " " " " Excelsiors;
IClegant " Slippers, plain and trimmed;
MISSES' .'" Patent-Leather, F Mo A Goat Boots;
CHILDS' ' " " "
A superior ass'srtmcnt by Wholesale or Retail,
j RAMAGE A CHURCH,
aug 13 No. 42, College street
NOTICE. All persons having claims against the es
tate of John Davis, dee'd., are notified to present them
properly authenticated, for payment within the time pre
scribed by law, or they will be barred, and all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
JO W HORTON, ) fwuto,.
ED. D HICKS, tJLecuw"'
Nashville, August 11th, liwC wlmdlw a
GREAT BARGAINS FOB CASK.
WA. A J. G. McCLELLAND havingonhand an un-
usually large and rich stock ot Goods, will offer
great inducements to cash or punctual buyers. Strangers
nsiting the city, will save money by looking at our stock
before making their purchases elsewhere.
jua23 i0 Public Square,
DR. SOGERS' LTVERWORTH AND TAX.
i OF. TUB COMPIJTTE CORE OP
Omgt . W, Iafi,unyt, AM,.. Brtmditi, rpUtino of
hlood, and all other Lung tiplaintt temlinyto
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY!
REA jEIU If -.C0"Bl'. which you tre neglecting,
underthe idea that it is only a common cold, that it
will soon "wear itself out!" ItafrieudteUyou.inallkind
nes. what will soon be the nmh-hl .,if
In a short time, if you continue to neglect yourself: you
will begin to feel a sense of tightness ano? oppression across
the chest, accompanied with frequent sharp darting pains.
Then a dry. backing Congh will set in, and when Tou raise
anything it will be a thick and Tellowish, or white frothy
matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. If vou still take no
medicine, these nnpIeasantsnnptODis will increase, and vou
will soon hate Hectic Fever. Cold ChiMs, Night Sweats ,Copi
, ous Lxpectoration. and IhmRmiPmiif.. lr I. .An
neriwt yourself, few weeks or months will see you conshra
j CO.bUiltiJO. did it
. sketch vou marseeasi:
wonc, and hurried you away,
Cause to D nlnrmo.1 Til,..C
j sketch you may see as in a glass, how every case of Con-
j sumpuon progresses, witti more or less rapidity, to a fatal
1 termination. Of all tbe Thousands and Ifillionji whnm ku
great Destroyer lias gathered to the tomb, every single case
began with a Cold 1 If this bad been attended to, all might
have been well but, being neglected, under tlie fatal delusion
Jhatit would "wear itself," it transferred its deadly action
io tne substance of the Lungs, exciting there tbe formation
fl,. , L:.0'. and another cold added fuel to the
? d suppurate
th! h, J- gn-akcaviuesin me JJMgS. At
vnoct .t, J;t . " ""UK-Hie Wl
"Zrj?r " dicine will oflentimM
make the patient more conorUo, i,-?1
is therefore worthy ofatrial:-ntinTtlF 3 rfe- d
periods, Consumption isas curiae o CiSSESS
"Dr Rogers;S.vrnP of Liverwurth. T.S S2d3S?
if taken atthistmio. will cure it AS STJRELYa?it
L-? TAKENIJ ThU is strong Unguage! ItalltiS
you to numberless living witnesses to prove that it U TRUEt
And therefore, we earnestly exhort every man, woman and
child, who ha3 a Cough, or is subject to Colds, to keep med
icine by you in the house; and whenever you take Cold, do.
not "let it alone" to work mischief in your system, bat eradi
cate it thoroughly, at ono by this potrer, fully healing com
pound and leave your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in full
vigor to a good old ago!
Have you delicaia, weakly children, who are always taking
cold, and subject to Croup? Remember! There never was
case of Croup, which did not originate in a Cold I And
when your child goes to bed wheeling and coughing, you
know not that, before morning. Croup may not set &, and
ere you can get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond
the reach ot help. We beseech you therelore, as you value
the lives of your children, keep this medicine by you in the
boose, and when your little ones take cold and commence
coughing, give it to tbem at once, and rest not until the osugh
is entirely subdued. We conscientiously aver; after the
most exteuded experience, that if this advice were fallowed,
no child need ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold would be cured, before it could amve at th:a ag
gravated and fatal stage. Let every Mother. especiaUy, heed
welltheso remarks, that she may not hereafter, when mourn
ing oyer the early blight of some cherished blossom, have
occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal neglect.
It is an old adage, that "to be furwarned, is to be forearmed."
Parent.-1 so let it be in your case.
Be sure to ask lor Dr. A. Rogers'Svrup of LIVERWORT,
TAR aud CANCI I ALAG UA, and Ict'no other be palmed on
jou. . SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres Street, New Orieans,
Wholesale General A gents for the Southern States, to whom
nn oraein ann cppiicauons lor agencies must be addressed.
Also sold bv BERRY,
Atlanta, July IS, IbnS.
rPIIE GRHFENIIERG D1SEXTERY SYR
X UP Isaspwdv and infallible reirh-dv for DIARt. IKA.
DYSENTERY. BLOODY FLUX, CHOLERA .MORBUS!
CHOLERA I NFANTUM, and the Asia! ic Cholera.
It never fails' to cure the worst possible cases of bowel
complaints in a few hours. It is purely vegetable, and taken
in almost anv quantity is perfectly harmless.
Mostrvmrdies in use for Diarrhea,lockupthepcres f the
intestinal anal and only for a time alleviate the disease by
preventingthe expulsion of the acrid fluid, which will al
most invariably pour forth again, with increased violence,
tliough nature sometimes overcomes the evil, while the rem
dy alone bears off the praise. Not so with the Dysentery
SrniD. Its inoredicntare the natural nntidntiwtn td
plainLs. It changes the nature of the V iMs, aud causes their
explusion in a natural manner. It do( not leave tbeia to in
flame the surface of the stomach am ..oweis. tut attacking
the cause, it neutralizes tbem, and thfdi isc ir diately
subsides. Tbe operation of theSyn ii is th -eef L It im
mediately reaches the seat of the ?eac and rresU its
course; it instantly soothe9 pain and rnr 'ores tin system to
perfect quiet Tlie inflamed surfaces of tbe si iach and
intestines are guarded against further violence bv the neu
tralization ot their acrid contents, and. thusLU body re
sumes it natural healthy functions.
THIS MEDICINE NEVER FAILS. A complete cure
is warranted. Price only 50 cents per bottle.
juneld. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent for tee State.
A Clergyman ot Nashvilleinformedmelastseason when the
Cholera was threatened, that in one week he cured 21
cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few boUles of
this Dysentery Syrup. A. M.
PHXL0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant ou
Much of the 'offering attendant upon the lives of females
at the present day may be traced to som" slight imprudence
orneglect duringsome critical period cf their peculiarsea
sons, causing obsttuctions, irregularity, Afi, which, if not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges thesystem, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forms of disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them
to an early grave or render them invalid for life. Many of
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
TRY THE PHILOTOKEN.
It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to,
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perform. Sold by SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed,
julyl ly dtwAw.
FOR SALE. I wish to dispose of the tract of Land
whereon I now live, situated in Coffee County, TeniL, in
the vicinity of Beech Grove, containing about 325 acres, two
hundred of which is under fence, in a high state of cultiva
tion. There ts not a single acre of tbe above amount that is
not in cultivation but what is thoroughly set in blue grass.
This farm is well adapted to stock raising, every field is wa
tered by good running water. 1 he improvements are good
and all new, a good two-story dwelling with necessary out
buildings. Tlie location is a desirable one for persons who
wish to avail themselves of the advantages of a good per
roancnt school, distance from the Nashville A Chattanooga
Rail Road 8 miles,
june 8. w. tri-w. WM.B. WATTERSON.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
inAmen mile of the Square of Xathrille.
I WILL fell my Tract of Land, lying immediately on the
river, one mile from the Square of Nashville known as
the Nashville Race Course containing about 300 acres.
The land is the very best river bottom soil, well adapted to
the production of ail kinds of agricultural produce, and
commands a beautiful view ofthe city and river.
For farmingpurposes it cannot be surpassed by any land
in the State, ir contains a fair proportion of timber, and
the balance well suited for cultivation. Upon the premises
isa good comfortable frame dwellinghouse, and all neces
sary out houses, good barns, com houses, stables, Ac Up-'
on the premises is, and has been for the last twenty years,
nn established race course, now in good order, with all ne
cessary improvement?, fine observatory stands, large, com
modious dining room gaming rcomi, Ac; indeed every
conven.cnce at all necessary or desirable as a race coarse
and fir that jiarticulai purpose commands more advantage
than aDy other place inTennessee-
If notsotil it will be rented fortheensuing year, 135.1, on
accommodating terms. Apply to the subsoiber, in WH
liamsou county, Tenit., or to Thomas G. Pointer, Nashville,
Jenn- octu wiy 1.1 SA.Mibli aicti A licrv-
"PARTICULAR NOTICE.-Our iccouut. being !
X small and a great many ot tnem not worm tue trouble
of collecting, we have this day closed our Books, and will
hereafter do btisinc entirely for I'A'-h. Persons wishing
to buy ca these terms will fuid it to their advantage to call
Persons having cbiims. sttainst its will plea.'e preei-t thern
for payment, ana llKwe indebted will pk-a;oaIl anil p.iv up.
au'l ft A J NIXON.
1R. T.L. BRYAN resjrtrolly offers hu sem'cesto
citizens -of Nashville in the practice of Mcdicme.
and especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases. Of
fice on the corner of Union and Summer streets.
ARK AND LEAVES. 1 wish to purchase with
ciLsh.a largi-qusntitvof Chestnut Oak lurk and hboo-
make Leaves, tor Tailing pi rjKises. Apply to J. G. Moore,
corner tf Union and Market streets.
julv27dAwlf. FPEDRICF ROTH.
nEOAIt TIJIBER I haveconstantlvuuhaml.'S
l miles from Nashville on the Railroad, Cedar Sill and
Lintel Timber. Flooring and all other Cedar Timber. he
shortest notice. Also, Cellar Stakes, which I will Ion ou
cars at $20 per thousand. Orders will be thaukl ully receiv
ed and promptly attended to bv the subscriber,
junela 3m. " JNO. nil.' .
17OR RENT. We liave a large room over our Drug
. Store, which we will rent or lease for aterm olyears.
It is very large and lias a fine entrance.
STf.ETCII A ORR,
aug? Corner Coliege andUninn.
THE TENNESSEE HARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
HAVE removed their office to the West side -f th Pub
lic Square near tbe Planters' Ba -fc oi or t ,e ottce or
D. Peat! A Co. bo a0-inu
I?OR RENT. A Bnck ltoafv uu Vine st-eei doors
so.th orBniad, containing 4 rconA Also, a Irame
house near the Hwital, containing C rooms, bes ces lutcu-
"A a Pmiea CM A BOYD.
.AJ1..S. VILLIAJIS lias become interested in our
business which willstiilbe conducted underthe style
andfirmof fjiilylSJ JOHNSON, HORN A CO.
JpAMILY CARRIAGE FOR SALE An ex
; cellent Family Carriage, (second band,; for sale with
good double harness, can be had a bargain for cash.
L. MOSES, Auction and Coin. Merchant
aogll tf Noiy, Collrre street
"O ARRV'S TR1COPIIEROUS -One of thecbeap-
XJ est and best preparations for tbe Hair, llecetved ana
for sale by
MYERS A McGILL, Ladies and Gentlemen's
Furnishing Store. No C6 College at
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOUIS
FLOUR. I have just received a hundred barrel
superfine flour, cho ice brand- .
Jipril22 ' SAMUEL SEAT.
THE NASHVILLE 1IAN0 FACTU-U' COXrAJfY.
ypHLS ttabisbment is now p.wided mikMachicrry and
L Tools, complete, of the mos modem omauction; sba
with the best Mechanical skill lhhectrratTosrlJ, and
respectfully solicit orders. They are prepared to escc sJe a
Such as Jjxonutictt SirPasseager and: Freight Train J.
Passenger, Freight, and Refir Cars compter ed, and altaorl
every description of work appcrtiinini; to Rail Roads.
Boat and stationary from S to 000 horje-power nth
boilers of tha best Ttunatu Jrm.
Machinery complete forfitting.npShrCii-uIar Saw,
complete, with the uewestacd most appnyed mod ex.
GRIST MILLS. 'ST
-fpiyi.iit and Machinery made for all atze3,-,tx?mrlte; to
gether with Machinery for Sugar Mills and Cotton Gins; al
so Machinery for Blast Furnnccs, eaxlttdnOutlron CvU
inilrrt fur blast, Ac I
ROLLING MILLS- '
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery for Rcll
Icgilills complete made at shortest cctice.
BRASS AND IKON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mill- gearinsr rater
wheels, cast iron Bankvaults, Ac, Aa, made- to order.
Address Jons Tnoureox, Agent, rtrho is a practical tnv
chcnist or the-undersigned. JOHN It. JOHNSON.
jun2l ly b. . President
"WEB US & RAYTLLNGS
GROCERY, COMMISSION t FORWARDING MEE-
Main street, one door Xorthof Cnion, ilempit, Ttrnnxs.
HAVE on hand a, full -supply of Gr ceries, lagging.
Rope, Baco-Oress Pork, Lard. Canules, Fl .urr Ac.
which they will furnish to their customers on tho usual
All CottonsSbipped to trem by water will be co-rercd cy
an open Policy unless written across thof.ee of the Bill cf
Lading, at tbe time of shipping, no MtvraJiCe.
HF" We are prepared to make Cash Advisees ca CcSca
rvmm WEBB, RAWLIXGS A CO.,
COTTON FACT0R3 AND COMMISSION' MEBCEAHaS.
-Ao 5-i (itrondtlet t.t'ttt. Sets Orjlans.
Anybt our friends who wish fttdiitiea era CoUon o be ship
ped our house in New Orleans can call oo usaxMeoiplus,
or address us at N. Orlea- ts. jalv3 m-
"',cErici, Vhs, Memphis, Cnion, NaabvOIa-.
IV T "-'? Jackson, copy six: months, and seot in bill.
Memphis Appeal. ,
O,. , MS SALE AT PB3LIC AUCI0N.
N SATUlt DAY, theso-h day of Aiigist, 1K3, at the
Court-house door iu tha citv of Najhvuie, I will sell at
pnblic auction tho following IMPROVED AND UNIM
PROVED LOTS in the city ot NashriUe.
lst The house and hit fronting 20 feet on Front street,
(one door from the Public Square.) and running back to
low watermark, tbe old residence of the lateS YD Stout, at
present occupied by Mrs Todd aa a boarding bouse.
Sd. The three story brick house adjoining the above lot
and fronting SO feet 1 inch, and running back: to loir water
Sd. The house and lot on the west side of Water street near
ihe corner of Bridge street fronting 22 feet 3 inches, and run.
niog back 75 feet
4 th. The lot on Spruce street fronting feet and running
5th. The lot orf Crarnbrd street fronting 0 feet tad run
ning back 200 feet
Sth. Tbe lot on Charlotte pike ou Cedar street extended,
fronting 47 feet and running bock 245 feet B inches, Una lot
is near the State Quarry- and is a beautiful lot to itnprove
Tirxs; Credit of 1 and 2 years note with approved en
dorsers, payable in Bank with a lien retained until 'he pur
chase money Ls payed. IRA A. STOUT.
Attorney in fact for tho widow snd herrt
of S V D Stout
N. B A ny one wishing to buy before the day of sale can
do so by calling on the undersigned,
augS td is w I. A. STOrT
SALE OF 5.D00 ACRES OF LAND.
BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
county, rendered at the July term, 1 in tho case ot
Alethea Sjwright. Adm'r, vs It 3. Meigs, next friend and
others, I will offer fur mt to tbe highest bidder for cash, at
the Court Uoue in Nashville, on Saturday the Sd. day ot
September next a tract of Land, lying In the' county oTHlck
man and State of Tennessee, on tbe waters tf JliB Creek
and lack Creek, containing by estimation 5,OOft acres.
july20 trd F. R. CHEATHAM, CFk.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALS
I WISH to sell my tract of land situated in June's Bod,
Davidson county, 25 miles above Nashville by the rirer,
10 miles from it by land. Tlie land lss about a mile trout
tbe Gallatin turnpike on the opposite side ofthe river. The
tract contains 370 acres, IftO cleared, the rest well timbered,
4-5 ofthe land river bottom. The place is well improved,
brick dwelling house with 8 large rooms, passages, portico
and gallery, brick smoke house, carnage bouse, carriage
houses, barn, crihs, hous built for a gin, overseer's house.
Stock water in abundance axd as good a spring as can b
found in the State aud a orchard of young fruit trees.
Thfl landls unexceptionable; adapted to cotton, ora. and
allother grain. S. W. GOODRICH,
may 21 m w . or W. K. GOODRICH.
LANlTrOR SALE.l tfTecfbr sale the tract"o
Land on which I rtsid 5, lyiii": oq Cumber and River
at tlie mouth of Sycamore, in Datidsou County, containing
517 acres, a large portion of whi -h is river arid creek bot
torn laud of superior quality and finely timbered. There a
about 33 acres cleared and good improvements. I will
also sell the crop of Corn and Oats, with a slock of H?gs,
Cattle, Cord wood. Farming UtensiU, Ac, Ac.
For terms, apply to the undersigned on the preraisefi, or
to A- STEVENS, at W. IL Calhoun's, Public Snoare,Nash
vilL My Post Office is Bellsburg, Dixon countv. Teen.
August 6 dAw2w CHARLES SYMES.
Louisville Journal will please copy to the amout of 85, and
forward account to this office.
No. 57 College Street
HAS this day received, by Express, from New Y ort !
Beautiful new style Collars;
" Ernb'd UnJersleeves;
" Black Lace Mitts;
Hair Cloth Skirts;
Lace Mantles and Points;
Mao tie Silks.
ALSO On hand. Bareges; cheap Muslins, beautiful Silks;
also, a beautifhl selection of Chinese, Spanish and Parsitn
Fans, and a general assortment of Dry Goods of every de
scription, all of which wit, be sold at extreme low prices.
"TrOR i'TLian3JV.:-John K.Tiunie. has justre
? ceived an excellent supply oi those .Shoulder Seam
Patent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs. Cravats; also, Liale
Silk and Kid Gloves, Cloths, Cassimeres, Yestings, Ac
jun2S JOHN K. UCME, No. 57 College t.
MUSLINS, LAWNS, BAREGES
JOHN K. HUME has in store an excellent assort
ment pf .Muslins, Lawns and Dress Goods, gen
erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As his peesy is
never to carry over Goods from one seasca to another, of
course, extra bargains may be expected. A few Lawns and
Muslins left, at lual2 cts per yard. june ft
RY GOODS. As the season ts far advs.nced; and
being desirous nf reducing as mieb as practicable,
my stock of Summ-r Goods, 1 v.ill offer goods of every do
seription at prices very much, reduced- The ladies may ex
pect bargains, and will End it to their interest to t-a'l i art
early day. It C. MeNAIEY,
julyS " CoHygw jtrnet
OHOllLDER SEAM PATENT SIJIRTS.
O JOHNK. HUME has this day received another fresh
supply of those justly celebrated PaUst Shirts.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Ties, Stocks,
Also, Gent's Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk GIovo Hal
Hose, "f every description.
Also, Gent's nnder-wear Shirts. Prawery, Ac june5
FOR THE LADIES. Suk Tissues, Plain-and to
broidered, can be bought cheap at the Philadelphia
Store. jun7 SOHN S niLLMAN.
ERAGES. A great variety of Figured and" Plain
BerageJ are offered at reduced priceA atthe Philadei
phia Store. jnne7 SOiiN A U1LLMAN
MUSLINS and Jaconets lor Dresse. of every descrip
tion can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia,
Store jrme7 SOHN A HILLMAN.
BONNETS at very low prices are now offered at the
Philadelphia State. jnneT SOHN A HILLMAN
ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for Preserv
ing pnrpost-a. jnneW it A J. MAUJi
( RAHA3I BREAD. Graham Bread for da-pep
V I tics, can-be had erery otDerday at
POWDER Tennessee R:8e, iu quarter, half and
whnlekegs. Tonnc-"?ee BtWstmg, m kegs and barrels.
A full supply of the above description of pnwder, war.
ranted equal 'o anv in the marke. ihvayson hand and for
sale by julylS' CHEATHAM, WATSON & CO.
PRINTED -LDTEJISr PRINTED UNENB!!
At Ho. 9, l'it Street.
JUST received (ilircctiinpnrtation) one Case Linen Dresa
Goodr, contuning a great variety TStrU- au-1 pat
tern?, which will be sold - per emit less t'j the- usual
Price. Also, a variety of dress Goods crwifticg'-f Bcager,
Iiwns and Jluslins, for styles and pric-, are inTOrpasepr
by an v in the market Gimps, Frin!-1. ar-4TiunniiO(riof
all kinds constantly on Land- The aueuiioa of the Ladies,
is particularly requested to our-Stock of Good. bere pttr
cliasing. mayk THURhTON A BERNARD.
BANK OF NASHVULE.
DIGHT and time Kxcbant-e bought aud sold on all ac
Ihtf Uniteil .Mates. City Notes and
ips d-scocn ."-rj"'-'
T WESLEY WHKLKSS. Cahler
-.r-j Jljf; ; CM- s.sljs-r iiijiji.ui7,--iir sciuu
OP COLD ICLDLCiSU.
I rate of Gold has been replaces! u uj jr eeni. pre
mium. The public may tely iiixin constant supply at tbe
above price N HOrfc-ON. I'resid'iat.
ouj-r-lm WESLEY WH ELES3, LC ashier
j7a7 dcebv. w. n. PKimr. k. x. Duaar
ALIS0NIA MAirDFACTURING COMPANY
Office lib. 19K,, Pullie Square, iOuhxHI', Tinneue.
FRESH RXCETPT3 BY NICH0L & PEACOCK.
TE1V FLOBJt. 110 bags St Loua Mills, expressly
J for family use angT NICHOL A PEAC'0CK
STiVR CANDLES. W boxes, halfand quarter boxes
Star Candles. ang7 NICHOL A PEACOCK.
-SO bbls St Louis Crnshed Segar,
10 " Powdered "
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
rt OLDEN SYRUP. 2v kegs Golden Syrup.
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
-y-VVA ASD liUiui i'-v lur x Jii. -.-v ig
I old Govemmeni Java iajuto
v bacs Lazuvrs CoSee:
150 bags Rio Coffee.
"TT'OR SALK. inat very aesiraoie ramuv lies
14 . . .t. - r ; , O
luence. ou hid wmn ui iiiuk miu iJiulv. 1K.
tri nnmnied bv P G S Perkins, containing 13.-
rooms, with all necessary out-lioases. The lot fronts -120
feet on Spring st and runs back 170 feet to an aJhrr. Ap
ply to j"lr2T GLOVER A BOYD.
SS. "WILLIAMS Agent for John Williams, Aew
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Prodoc
for shipment "yl