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eSTV.Hk Fmlneer, tlx Ahwriesn Newtjwpw-Agent,, 1.
fls oar ALTBOKUtp ABtJrt for this ptperin the citfea of
Boston, New Ycrk and Philadelphia, and is drily enipows
red to take advertisement and subscriptions a; the roles s
required by us. Ilia receipt will be regarded sapaylncoLs.
Utj offices are Bosrosf, Scolfey'a.Bmlding; New Yobs,
Tribcoe; BuildStigg"iP inupKUHiA, N. W. curatr Third and
Clies" out -streets -
STC.J. Carroll, is our authorized agent for tho city
of Memphis, He can be found at the P. 0. in that city.
tST'I'arviH & dfoaree, General Kevvspaper Atents4
no. as, wnnut wrest, are aulaenzed agents, ior ice ansa.
TJJff Colon in Cipcjaniti. , ' i ,
Particular NoticeNo charges will be,,Bi!owea
against the "Union and American oISca7.JDr -the firia unless'
autborized Ly speull orderfro-n the Cm- i ' ' - -
THURSDAY MORNING,. AUGUST 18,-1833.
57c '-understand that ilaj. JJ, A. It nrrEli
pufcliased of CoL Cncncttwixi. the Bankif" Knox.
villi "fai, Wirrrr-lina frtrmod h -t nncii'. arvinainti
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of the Union Bank at Xnoxvllle. IDs close atten
tion to business and h!s sterling integrity have won i
ior uim mc connuence ana nigii esieeiu ui yufi
ness men of the State. -.
Ht-bn lu rCtpsc, late Cashier of the Bank of
Ea$t Tennessee, has resigned his" position In the
Bank, and Atr. Samuei. Mounow, late-cashier of the
Bank of Knoxville, takes his place. IMx. 'Cnrxo
quite the Bank ivlth a high reputation as a financier, j
Vheh It was understood that a run was made on the
Bank no one who was acquainted with the cashier
had any fears that the note holders would -sustain
any loss. The Bank of Kast Tennessee as safe
an institution as any in the State. 'Mr. IfoRROiv,. the
new cashier, is well qualified for the responsible du
ties he haj undertaken. His business habits and
lionorablc dealings in all his , transactions is a sure
guaranty that the Bank vill prospertinder hismah
ogement. The Cincinnati Commercial -reports the p)r
gress of the Cincinnati and St Louis railroad, and
fays: "The work of construction is going fonvard
with Uie.uUnoft activity and vigor. Tho masonry
for the heavy bridge structures 6n the eastern divis
ion (that is. from Cincinnati io the crossing of the
fonersom-flie road, a distance of 87- miles) is pro
gressing rapidly to completion; several f tlicm are
now ready for the timber, and all will be in readi
ness in, time to receive the iron this.falLv The comr
pany intend to open 87 miles of the roadrorii Cin
cinnati west on the 1st of January. lorty-flve miles
of this division is now graded and ready for rails,'
nnd the business of track-laying will commence in a
few days the JeflgrsonviUo road,nd be continu
al east; also at Aurora, and thence -wrest. The iron
is now an iv'utg quite frwly. Three cargoes of the
10,'ODO tons forwarded via Quebec have arrived at
Toledo, and othera are daily expected. Alargelium
l;r of cars are now being delivered on the conipaT
ny's ground, below Mill Creek."
"rirrc Wked" How Destroyed. It frequently
occurs" that acres of ourJjest timotliy meadows are
rendered alruostSvorthless by a.lus'uriaat growtkof '
what is termed by farmers white wwJ. It Is stated
in tlie Dover Gfazctte that a farmer of Uiat town has
succeeded in entirely eradicating this "pest" by the ,
application of "a smi'l quantity of salt which he
scattered over the fields, and in a abort time tlie
bloswtns all withered, and upon examination the -roots
were found to be entirely Jifeless," This is j
certainly a valuable remedy for the eradication of !
this weed, as the application of die salt, if not in too
great quantity, will improve the meadow aud also
tend 'to destroy numerous troublesome insects. AVc
would recommend our fanners to try it. We should
be ftfed if they would giro us the result of tlie ex
periment, Ratltioad Convention. We see it Stated that a
rnnvention, composed of delegates from Virginia,
Nordi Carolina, Tennessee, Ohio, and Kentucky,
was held at Madison, Kentucky, week- before last,
the ., object being to connect tlie valley of the Ohio
with tlie South Atlantic seaboard by ;the core'lrue
tion of a rallrnad from Lexington to Cumberland
Gap. Mr. YTh.tjam Baixahp Preston rnscj an
address on the occasion, and resolutions wen? adopt
ed to request the Kentucky legislature to incorporate
the company, and urging the legislatures of Virgin
ia and Tcnue.we to pass such other acts as may bo J
SmrEitsirr Democrat. We liavo received the first
luimbcr of this spirited paper published inSomcrsel,
Kyn by Ton G-. Barrt. Tho editorials arc well
written, the miscellaneous and news matter judi
ciously selected and tho paper well-printed. Mr.
Barrt, familiarly called "tlie Old Man," was a faith
ful priuU-r ia tlie Union ofiicc for fifteen years, and
through all the changes of parties remained a true
old fashioned Jackson Democrat. We wih.him
in liis new location lots of friend"- and plenty of pe
Pahoramic Mirror or Ireland. This truly mag
nificent picture will be exhibited thU evening at
Odd Fellows' Hall at the usual hour. We were
glad to see so large an audience out on Tuesday
evening, and wo hope our citizens will continue to
attend so long as it remains in the citj. It is de
serving of jiatronage. Tlie artist has given a mas
terly reflex of the land of Sheridan, Grattan-and of
Hardware. We would call the attention of the
reader to the advertisement of Fall fc Ccxsixg
iiau." They have just received the finest lot of
Hardware ever offered in tliis market They
import directly from Europe tlie greater portion of
their stock, and by this means are enabled to com
pete with Eastern manufacturers. Hi? trade will
find it to their advantage to examine their stoolv.
?5f AVe sec from our despatches, in another
roliimn, that the citizens of Louisville are to have
a meeting for tlie purpose of aiding the FiuTerers in
New Orleans. Can't our Mayor liave such a meet
ing called.iu JTashvillo? These objects of our sym
pathy arc certainly deserving of consideration.
Pvrrrs, near the City Hotel, servo a splen
did lunch every day at $ past ten o'clock. His
wines and brandies arc the best
Orahav roa Accl'st Is on our table. Tlie ta
ble of contents sjiarklca with literary gems, from the
Jet American authors.
llr&TS Merchant's Maoazine. Wo have re
ceived the August number of this sterling Mercan
2u:-v York Moxky Market, Aug. 9. There is a
steady demand for money, but a more liberal supply
at our quotations. We quote:
.-Ujanson call, stock bccuritics
do other good securities
Prime en Jorsed bills, t(SjDO days
do 4t6 months
lYiroo ainjle name
OiWr od billn
Names less knorni , 15g
The exliibit by the banks this morning was as
favorable as expected, but the struggle is not quite
over. A few of the most conservative are making
further eflbrts to strengthen themselves, a will'mo'iu
fnllr nnnear in next week's summary. Whon4he
uroiier liasis is readied, the Hurry will be over and 4
the market will bo kept with mow steadiness than
lias been experienced fur many years.
A Ksowjko Horse. The 'eu- Haven Ut)nUi j
run is resnonsiblc for the following: j
Two carriages, one double and the other single.
re near being destroyed, with their ja.mgeis, j
stenlavaftemoon. on the New ") ork lallrrlj. -
'flie drivers did not see the passing f rain fiutil it
was dose trpon them. The doiUHe carnage,,"" - t
4ver "Ot off the track. The single horse H-? -
fore hit almost upon the raiL Ho rcaroflj ft
hind legs and stood thus tike a statue JiS y trtl
imssed byl It came so near him thagjt-JJ'A Ut j
projectiiiiifshafla aud broke them,.bptnilj
injurr. Cunaerstooa our imormaui, '""r
.. .t .n cr .Vint hA wllnMWl nil !Vm
Die gcnuenauj "--
A Great Bteastsg to tke ABiet. Tfce washer?
rod fcrmtdaTile' character of diseases of tii liver, havcloBg.
chnJlcngui the. attention bf zeeieal awe. Sse of. these '
disease classed nader the central term-of OcaasumpHoB,.
lure been supposed incurable -md.!!-? unhappy jpatient. al"
lowed IS die, withontmedical science- to ofler him a hope
of recover., Happily this can no longer be the case. A
retnejJyLaseen found which will cure all complaints, of
wlialevtr character, arising from.deringemeut of the Liver.
The Pills discoveredby Dr. M'Lane, of Yirinia, act direct
Ir on the Mvcr; and by correcting ils.operation and purify.,
ing it from disease cntsoffand extirpate tha complaints
which have their origin in the diseases of this organ. .Rem
edies himerto prroed.forliJer complaints, hare failed to
operate upon the neat of the disease; bntDr. M'Lanc's Tills
make themselrcs felt upon the action of the Liver, arid by
cleansing the fountain, -dry up the impure streams of dis
ease which tlieuce derite their existence
For sale at all the principal Drug Blorei in Nasli-
R. It. R, A Miracle at Dundee. 111. Read the
following letter from AS HnlTisters, Esqi HA. few weets
" uur """go suuerea wim t yevere atiaca. oi-
rtieumatism, and was inconstant pain for tn-o daji. it. B.
B. was recommeniled and applied. In less than two hours
he was free from pain, and enjoying a pleasant sleep. For
all pains we find it an instant remedy It cures sick liead
ache, neuralgia, djMutery, chills and ferer, and all other
complaints put down in the adrertUamcnt Our physicians
sec it, and, endorse its quick and valuable proprieties.
AS H0LL1STEU, Dundee, Cook Ca,,llh
N B. nAmTAVS Ready Relief cures the lame, stiff,
jointed, rheumatic, and neuralgic sufferers. 'It Instantly
EverT day we receive intelligence of the quick efficacy of
R. R. Relief, in stopping pain and removing its car.se. Jt
cures Rheumatism and Diarrto. It cures Neuralgia and
Chill Fever. It cures Cholera allays Croups and Spasms,
Sick II sad-Ache and Tooth-Ache. It neutralizes poisons and
acids, renders malaria harmless, infuses health and life into
the cold and chilly blood. It refreshes and invigorates. It
acts upon the nervous system, rendering the nerves strong
and Iron proof against disease. "NVe do not claim that It
R. Relief will cure all complaints; it is prepared, to cure
certain diseases arising from irritating causes, all Rheumat
i:. Neuralgic, Nervous, and Malarious Diseases, all acute
pains. It will instantly stop and quickly remove its cause.
For Diseases arising from BAD BLOOD.
It. It. It. No. 2. Foul and Corrupt Humors, thick
and Bad Blood, Sores of all kinds. Salt Rheum, Scrofula, St.
Vitus' Dance, Chronic Diseases, and all diseased depositcs,
are quickly removed by the use of Radway's Renovating
Resolvent It is powerful, searching, and pleasant, and one
dozen wili produce a wonderful effect It is a certain cure
for all humors. Price' $1. RADWAY 4 CO., 162, Fulton
street, opposite St Paul's. aug3 3 w.
Forty Tect ofTape Worm expelled by using B. A.
Falinstock's Vermifuge ! It cannot be surpassed.
WoitctsTEB, JIass., Sept S7, 1851.
This will certify, that I have been afflicted with a pain in
my stomach, and headache occasionallv, for the last seven
teen years. Healing B A. Falmstock's Vermifuge recom
mended very highly for expelling worms, I was induced to
trr it I took four vials of it, and to my treat astonishment
I "PASSED ABOUT FORTY FEET OF TAPE-WORM.
1 fee quite relieved of the distress in my stomach and head.
In fact, Ifeel like a new man since the reptile left my stom
ach. 1 can recommend tho Vermifuge as a highly valu
able medicine fcHreAifelliHETVornis. ItuTerymild in its
operation, and perfecilv safe and harmeless,
EUWABD SlI.TON, coitier l'oud Preen Sts.
Sold wholesale and retail by all the principal druguts
and country merchants throughout the United States.
IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS having permanently located in Nashville,
respeclftfjjy tpnders Lis services fo the suffering public.
Scrvfuli, Ulcers, (inturs, TttUr and JlUuj Worms, treated
in a scientific manner. Medicines poiitla; hilt active and ef
fective, their use beingatiended with no unpleasant cpfW;
.qucuces vhataver. Inquiring no restrictions ur hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits. Ha wishes it understood
that he hossetiledlu your midst, not for tlie purpi&o fjf hum
bugging or lmpoiDg upon you, but to relieve those who may
Ie suffering with dhaases which ar dJtrpyirij: by piece
mealmany of yr deserving and useful citten
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly uuder
ctood and successfully truaietl by Dr. M.
To tlinse who may doubt tho Docrior's tkjjl in the healing
art, he would rmpeetfully propose ihat they bring forward a
case of auy of the above iiamed diseases, (the worst ilia t (hey
can conveniently find.) aud pledge thcn,si)ij-e3 to see that
directions are strictlv followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
M. will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
as may be necessary, and in such quantities from time to
timeos tlie case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef
fected, K)?itively no fee will be received, and if no relief le
tJiai Kfd from Vuvtenf V.e medicUut, no charge whalenr
wililt ma-ltfor udcicc or inedicinft.
The attention of masters aucj owners of servants is par
ticulaily invited to the above, tlioii having servants af-fiictedwith&.-rtflr,
Grartl, stitfiiess or soreness of the
limbsand joints, would find it to their advantage fo consult
Dr.il. His treatment is mild, and In no case will it be ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Re pecifully, STl HUMBUG.
All communication; from persons at a distance, post paid,
in cluing fire dollars, will be promptly attended to.
DR. W. II. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Oflice, Cedar ft,
near Post Office. Nashville, Tenn. niaylB diwCm.
From South America. The following letter will
sliow that Earthquakes and Civil Wars are not .all the ca
lamities they have to provide against in that quarter of the
world. Diseases incidental to our own climate, also Cnd
their way there, as will be seen by the remedy they seek for
Valtaiuiso, CniLi, S. A, July 20, 184?.
TbDr.J. C. Ayer, iv.
Deab Sire We have the pleasure to report on your ship
ment of Cherry Pectoral to our lipuse, thp whole quantity
sold, and a pressing demand for more, which must uirajt
the arrival of further supplies. lit tuccm in curing din
ette of Ike lunrf, and iU coMeyutTit notoriety, hat e&fflled
any nifdirine iter used ia thit country' Mpst of our reme
dies here are imported from England, and soma of them are
rich and valuable; but no product of medical skill from that
or any other quarter has ever won so fully the confidence
of our population as this beautiful preparation of yours.
The article has attracted particular attention among oar
mu4diitinyiuflieil citizen, from the fact that Gen. Bulnes,
Presidentof the Republic, and the highest officerinthe state,
was cured Of a severe and dangerous flection of the lungs,
by its iLe. He allows us to send his name, and wishes to
aild the acknowledgments ofgratitudc for his relief.
We have the honor to be, sir,
"Your obedient servant,
Cai;lo3 Alvabez & Co.
ZSf Dry Goods Merchants purchasing goods in Nash r
ville are respectfully invited to examine, before purchas.
ing elsewhere, an eutiie new stock of Staple and Fancy
Fall Goods, recently purchased of direct importers in New
York, Philadelphia and Boston, on such terms a to
confidently aertto dealers generally that they can
make it to their advantage to call and inspect their stock
to be opened about the 25th inst, at No. 7, College street,
by (aug3) L. It F1TE k CO.
DAGTEABgAir STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
MENT. DOBY VS A YEAROUT, Nashville, Tennessee, College
Douv.vs & Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Dobvn-s A Richardson-, Morssewet, New York.
DoBVKS Si Pl'AfLDINC, St LOUIS, Mo.
Doiiyxs 4 Ykaeoct, Memphis, Tenn.
Donrxs i HAKnixtiTox, New Orleans.
At any of the above establishment?, you can procure as
fine Pictures as can be had in any city, of any desired style
or finish, as we have every improremeut, and expect to
keep up with any and all improvements. We are prepared
in either city to furnish artists with every article used in the
art. Our arrangements aro eucb, we can furnish stock on
the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS 4 CO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased perns at all times.
AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE.
IWI Mj sell at my s'ore, on College street, on Friday, Au
gust lilth, at 11 o'clock, A. M , a desirable lot of Houe
hiJ and Kjtchen Furniture, consisting of Bureaus, Ward
robe, Bedsteads. Tables. Chairs, FciUier Beds, 1 fine Hair
Mai trass, 1 "Florida Moss Mat'ra3s, Cooking Stove, A-c
Terms Cash. nngl7 L. MOSES, Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE OF GROCERIES.
ON WEDNESDAY, 2Uh Augu-t, 1S53, we will offerat
Public Sale to the highest bidden
150 Hogsheads Ixmisiana Sugar, all grades,
150 packages Mobvses and Syrup;
fit) packages Refined Sugar;
200 " liquors;
Sue boxes MaimlUcturcd Tobacco, all grades;
50,01)0 Keg-tlia and Principo Cigars, allgi-ades;
lekeaShoeubergerails, all sizes:
xt lores (Jujrf, Pint and half Pint Flasks;
2iW boxes Xln, xnd 10X12, Wndow Glass;
2o bbls Ma.in's clwlleiigo Rlackiug; .'
UK) packages Imperial, Uunpowder and Young
loo bbls Giccn Sttiebenrille Conneras: A
1".' bvxe Peail SUrch; -
" VjiiegafedSoap; " "' -
1"K ' No I Bar due
jltif boles Tallotv (iuidles;
. i -Willi var:nu oilier articles.
The ijteus wilt boput up in our usual quantities, with
1 tBMs or hint. All sums miner faoo, uasn. All sums
over a:.i, i.-nr i.umdis foraj.uiveJ endorsed notes paya-
hie to mh; oi' il.e vil v Bauk.
au rl t U
W. H.GORDON A CO.
4 VERY desirable building Lot in Dr. David JIc-Cw
t. Gavtjck's Plot, fionting nil) teet on Jefferson
reel, and running back lso feet to another street 40 teet
ide, and within 2OO yards of a never failiugwell of good
ater. There are reven large shade trees in it. The loca
'ion.lshigh and healthy and within 2D minutes walk of tlie
Square, and in full view of the city. It can be had on very
' ttnquirs at Francirco 4 Whiunaa's, N0 23 Public Sque.
7 'tf '
TELSORAPHED FOR'THE UNION AND AMERICAN;
Lodisville, Aug. IS A meetingls called ,here,
forthe" relief of the sufierersln Ifew Orleans. r
Four feet two inches water in canaL
CRfgiNiUTAug. 17. III ve.c fallen six inches.-r.
Heavy jafnseast of here last night
Plo'ur quiet, but good brands steady at4al l0i5;
Whisky 21; Bacon shoulders 0 cents; Loo30 Sugar
contiuues in good demand, 80 hhds sold at ;1 J tSj.
Prices generally JaJ. better, Cheese 8a8l, and nrm-
Kew Orleans,' 'August 14, 1, p.' ml Total num
ber of "dealhs In tho last 24 hours, 232, or which
250 were of yellow fever. Total number of deaths
last week 1532, or which 139G were oC yellow
fever. The Howard Association have taken In
charge 5,000 in the last four wecks,Fand expect to
have, 7,000 at a cost or 510 each. .
.Many of our mercantile houses closed last night
Tlie store of Kendall, Yoe ctCo, with its con
tents, was destroyed by lire.
;New Orleaks. 15th. 1 , P. Ml Total number of
deaths in last 24 hours, 213; of which 187 were - of
---it rT'i : . u .. . k r
icuow-xever. Aiieic ia hu auaicuicui. ui epi
demic. Tlie -weather is unfavorable.
Jacksoj, Aug. 17. Deaths in N". Orleans on the
lCth vrere 217. Tt Is reported that 125 corpse Tvcre
burnt a few 'days ago.
Watseseoro', August 17. Miss Pullen, from
Pulaski, was'throtvn from a biiggy to"dayahdm
j'ured so badly that-she-died in half an hour. She
managed .the horses very well until the wheel broke
when she was thrown, out - '
n. G. FARRELdVS
CELEBRATED ARABIAN IETLMENT
TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE.
H. G. "FARRELL'S GENUINE ARABIAN LINIMENT
is a most extraordinary medicine, the truth of which is
placed beyond doubt by the vast sales of the article and tlie
many cures being' daily performed by it which" previously
had resisted all othermedicines and the skill of the best
physicians in the world. It is composed of balsams, extracts
and gums peculiar to Arabia posbcssing, in a concentrated
form, all their stimulating, anodyne, penetrating, unctuous
and revulsive propertiei, and the same which, ages ago,
were used by the "Sons of the Desert," with such cjiracu
loui success in curing the diseases of both man and beast
Head tht foUmnng cure, telich iHtould of itiilf place
IL G.FAKRELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT
far leyond any timilar remedy.
Mr. n. G. Fabrell Dear Sin Actuated by a sense of
gratefulness, I submit the following as an instance of the
utility of your great medicine. My child, three years pjf,
was suddenly attacked with a terrible disease, which iu less
than six hours prostrated it to total helplessness. The
limbs became so rigid that not a joint could be bent the
tlesh turned black and cold and entirely deprived of feeliDg;
the eyes fixed, partially closed and altogether blind, fbllpw.
ingtlns was deafness to all sounds; the spine bccamti con
tracted and so curved that when lying on its back the bead
and he;ls only touched. Indeed, the child presented every
appearance ot being dead. Immediately on the attack, the
fauiily physician was called in, and for three weeks he la
bored to restore it tofeeliug, but all in Tain, although it
was blistered a dozen times and various rubefacientlini.
ments applied. A consultation of physicians was then held,
but to no purpose, the case was theu brought before the Med
ical Society, but nothing could bo suggested which ha J not
already been done, and the doctor then told me he could do
nothing more.. Wp then pommgpeed applying your Lini
ment freely over the entire length of(he sjiine, and you may
imagine a parents joy, when, - after a few applicaUoris,
turning animation was apparent and it rapidly recovered
with the exception of the ight, which did not become per:
jept fur n&jr a lrjontj). Tlie child is now 1 jcaltliy and robust
as tiau be, Five ufher case3 f the same kind occurred pre
viously in my nrighborhtxid, all pf wjiifh died, vf hpn here
is no doubt if y pur L.Uiment had been Used tljpy xould
have recovered. HENRY ti CLELAND.
Peoria, March 1st, 1831.
Look out for OavnierfeUtt
The public are cautioned against ouother counterfeit
which has lately laadeits appearance, called W,B. Farreli's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feit bpjot" his having the name of Farreli, many will boy
i'lin gojxl (aitbV without tha Ifnpvledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they wil perhaps only' discover their en or wjca
ine spunous mix tore nas wrougui us evil eueci?1.
'nii must he addressed. Besurevou ctit with the-
leTters If; O hsfpri Fijrretl's, tpus-:fi. (j. TAjtRELL'S
and his sigqature ou ths ttTaPPfjrrjIlutJiefs are cimntprfeits.
Soli V 0AHT WBlbur AUMSTUONG.
and by regular authqriied agsnu ttiroiibout thv United
25J Price 25 and 56 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED ia svery town, village and hamlet in
he United States, in which one is not already established.
Address IL G. Farreli as aboTe, accompanied with good re
ferei.ps astrj character, rEspqnsiljilitr, Ae.
a9 dAw '
ILIU-LJ'... ! UJ 1 .'Ifi-l-a
ACCOUNTANT GOLD FENS,
TOON & RUTLAND liavejuit leceived new supplyof
these reliable J'ttu, watrunUd
auglC 4t, Union st
GENTLKMKN'S FINE LASTING SHOES.
Qent's Super Lastius Jllonroes;
" (Kyans) super Cloth Congiess Gaiters;
Jn,da' supur Eid fjew fit) liuskins;
" " " (liijrli out du)
" " " Itafn Cloth (front laced) Gaitere
Just received by f wel ted.
auglC RAMAOE 4 CHURCH, No 42. Collegest.
NASHVILLE LADLES' COLLEGE.
THE act to incorporate the Nashville Ladies' College was
passes February 18th, 18o2j and confers ample iww
ers (Or all literary "purppses, and'alsn (hp right to lift all
vacancies that i)pciir m the Board of Trustees.
The course of studv adopted is similar to tbat adopted -in
tho best Colleges for young gentlemen, but not so exten
sive In the departments of Language Btid Mathematics,
We hold that the mental training of boys and girls
should be similar, and that they should study the same
brunchss, making some allowances for the ornamental
branchesinonecase,andpressiugthe solid branches a lit- ;
tie further in the other, having their future vocation in
LA7INbing the foundation of the English, and the key !
to the Italian, the Spanish and th? French, is taught with
out additional charge, and wijl, after the prjisenf sussipa,
be required of all, unless excused for special reasons. !
The FRENCH is also taught free of charge in the Fresh; j
man and Sophomore classes,' so far as to read and under
stand the Iangnagp;bqt those who pursue the study in the I
Junior and Sen'or classes with 5 pp'w tp pprfect the accent,
and to acquire faciljtym conversation, SyiH pay in those j
classes the usual extra IVf.
Tho MUSICAL DEPARTMENT js conducted by gen.
tlemen of experience and established rpputaticn. 1
DRAWING AND PAINTING are taught by ajady pf
be first ability, and who has been eminently successful in
The COLLEGE YEAR opens on tha 1st of September,
and closes on the last Thursday ol Juno. At which time the
President and Trustees confer de-grecson such as haTe
passed a satisfactory examination, and have not incurred
the censure of the Institution.
Terms per Session of five Months.
Board, Ac, in private families ?75
Tuition in Preparatory classes 10.15, 20 "
Tuition in College classes 25
Mltsip, Piapp and Guitar, extra, each 80
Drawingaud Painting.,,. ,. lu
Graduation and Diploma,,, , 1
Contingent fee.... , 1
J3? Bills due when the pupils enter. None admitted
for less than five months, and no deduction for loss of time,
except incases of protractedsickness.
Rev. R. A. Lapsley, D. D. Rev. Jan. W. Hoyte. A. M.
Mrs. MAE Morgan, Rev. J B Lindsley, M D.
Miss J E Miller, Mrs M A Knox,
3Irs Fanny Edgar, Miss Julia Norton,
With Messrs. Jas. Diggij and Charles Hess, Professors of
Music. -5 '
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Rev, R. A. LAPLE 1 , D. D. President, ex cj&io.
U j .Meigs, Ksq
Rev O B Hays,
Dr R C Foster, 4th,
Dr Jolm D Kelly,
S I) Morgan,
John M la, Esq.,
Eugene Underwood, Esq.,
John A McEwen, Etij,
W. B. SHAPARD, Treasurer.
JOHN A. McEWEN, Secretary.
July 29, 1S53 InL
NASHVILLE, MALE SEMINARY.
No. 19, Spbcce Stceet.
THE next session of Uus Classioal, Mathamatical and
English Institution will commence on Thursday the
1st of September, 1S53.
The Philosophical and Chemical apparatus has been in
creased, and a considerable addition is now making to the
building, which will be finished in due time, and will add
much to the convenience of the Institution.
Thankful for the past confidence cftbe public, tie un
dersigned will endeavor to merit a continuance ofitbyan
assidious devotion to tho moral and intellectual improve--ment
of the pupils committed to their care
Boardin" pupils will be received into the family of the
Principal." NATU'L. CROSS.
1 N. DAVISON CROSS.
jySl J. DOUGLASS CROSS.
ASHVILLE FE-UALE INSTITUTE.- The
Trustees of the Institute hereby give notice that the
next Session will commence on Monday, Aug Stlth, in thtt
Session Rooms of the First Baptist Church, under the di
rection of JOSEPH R. MANT0N, Teacher.
Mrs. ANN F.MANTON, Assisiant
Rev Samuel Baker, 1) 1), President 1
Jos u kuowics, l-sq.,
T)r.I W Kinsr.
Dr C K Winston,
Dr J D Winston,
AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
a THIS establishment isnow prepared
S to- manufacture alll kinds of 'Waggons,
ur,ri nnd Plnws of everv descr.i t'on.
and any other firming iraplimenU used mflvgg-a-j
this country. fVl
The prices for such things will not b more tliau is paid
for theni brought fiom other places. We are ready to 1 re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Cartf, and other utcn
siLs for making roads.
The Mannfactunng of Waggons is uttfer the Supenntcn
denccof Wilson Mullen, whose work is well known here.
We respectfully solicit orders trom the Planters and Meieh
ants in the surrounding counties for our work.
One or two good Wagon Makers wanted immediately.
Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen.
r ' GEO. C. ALLEN. ,
junelS Lower Market Street
t ii glmjine arupie is miuiuiuciurca only uy xx. t. r arfen,
sole uifento'r and proprietor, qqd wholji sale druggist No.
17 Main strcctl Penrii, Illinois, to whom all applications for
.I5?Wcare authoriigJ to announce DisTfilBo as afcSH
SWe are authorized to announce (J. M. Fooo as a"SI
didate lor Mavorat the ensanar ejection.
j3"AVe"m-e authorized to announce H.JIonrf aacan
didatelor Mayor. ; L
We are authorized to announce wi.PojrT?vi
w.wnwM,iut iCTaauwjwiuswiivcw oiiemi'Ol lavtason
county, nt the next.March election.
Ef?"We are authorized to annouacerJonx K.nirftiH
a candidate forthe Sherif<y ofDavicUoncountT.
' . 1 : J 1 r t' n- . 41 Y - f-4
o.- iiuuiuaio iur ouenu aL iiiccibujij. vicciion.
tWeareanllorrzed M liKnoiiiica WiluXm Lirrojr.'ra.r
acandldate for Sheriff pf Davidson eounty, atlhe ensuing
Csfif-We are authorized to announce E. Bl BiatErasa
candidate for slienU, attaeensumgelection.
CLKRK OFTIIE COfSTV COtTRTv "
t??" We are authorized to announce' Josiin Fcaais 'as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election.-- '
- 2 - wii . .
I5S"We are authorized to announce Frurilt Cukatiiav
a candidate for re-election; for County Court Clerk at th'een-
I57"We are authorized toannonnce Isaac M.' joxns a can
didate forCoonty Court Clerk, at the neit March election?
roil COTJKTT TRUSTEE.
"We are authorized to announce Tqokas StmsEa as a '
candidate tor Trustee or Davidson County.
We are authorized to announce Oeokcx Cl.rx as
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March election;
NEW DRUG STORE.
J. O. BROW,
(formerly of Ute firm of Ewin, Brow & Co:S
JJllM opened, with an entire new stock of Drugs,
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Perfumery, &c &ckTX
jL on the site formerly occupied by the old firm,wU,
No. 43, Colleire Street three doors from Union, wln-ro'hv
will' be pleased to wait upon his old friends and citizens gen
eralbv. Particular a'tentioa is gfven to Kivsicians Pre
scnptions, whipli will bp ruled with acenracy and diwatch,
Schgical IssTBtiMEiw, comprU'uijr Pocket Cases, assort
ed; Pocket Vial Cases; several new patterns; Spcculums,
assorted; Midwife, Amputating andTrepanning Instruments:
iu cases or separate; 1 ooth Foreep and Keys; Stethescopes;
Cupping Apparatus; Stomach Pumps; Dissection Instru
ments, Ac., frusses in every variety a complete assortment
of everythiag usually kept in this linemay be found at
CltE.IIt'ALS,-r,V Jarge stock, and from the best
manufacturers, some exceedingly raiv, nsver ibefbre'
brought to this market AUent'po cjf Physioian to , this
part of my stock is respectfully solicited.
ang7 J. Q.BR0WK.
EIUIUDA AlUtOW HOOT Warranted per
fectly pure and fresh; full kuppl v at
t7 J. G. BROWN.
PERFUMERY hi every style, French, Gprmau and
American Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomaijes, 4p , 4c.,
Tooth Powderand Paste, Piver's Aromatic Vinegar, Glenn's
Rose Bear's Oil. Bell Lavender, brown and white Windsor
Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general as
sortment of Plain . nd Fancy Soapi, Hair Brushes, Ac, 4c,"
Shell and Buffalo Drossiug aud Fine Comb , Ivory da. Pow
der Putis aud Boxes, Lilly White, Alabaster. 4c.
"ur7 . ' JG BROWN.
PEIUN TEA COMPAN X.-l hare a full supply of
the best qualities of Teas, put up by this Companv.
It is the same formerly kept by .Ewiii, Brown 4 Co.. which
gave fuch general satisfaction. The Ne Plus Ultra Black
Tea and Plautalion Imperial are thought to be smierior to
any in this niarUh also, Teas In suml! caddips if 2 lbs
each. aogT J O BROWN.
CONGRESS WATER I have madearrangenieuts
to keep a consUn t supply of this water, which 1 receive
.direct from the Springes gross just received.
STt)NE WAflE Of all dc5cxipticmsad bestqualitv;
. a"'F7 J G QROAVN, .
BA311JOQ FLSHING. PULES-lOOiust .TEceived;
also, a fltll fissortmant Hr Fjuhing Tackle, Ximerick
Hooks or hQouds, pointed J'ole-j, 4c
hii7 .. . in ii-omvv
3. G. BROWN'.
I7"OR THE ILUR-Lyons' Katliarion, Bogle's flype
; rion Fluid, Barry and Clirchugh's Tricopherous, at
aug7 0 J (i I1KOWN1
STARCH. 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
also, superior article pf country made Starch.
:au7 J. G. BROWN.
TURNIP SEED. A large lot of Summgf aud Win
ter, and Summerai Winter mixed.
"vai . J. . 1'ititvtxt,
IOR J IjLLIE.i, Spaj-ltluiL- Gelatine. Cooper Sii-"
v 4ussia. niiecr, ana pnrgq jsi
suiijlass; hp, a fine lot of
augZ J, B, liKUWS.
LEXING TON 31 USTARD , "in , X, andTttTCans:
ficsh and just ree'd. aug. J. G. BROWN.
A7-EAST POWIJERSand Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
1 ger, White Lead. Red Leid, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Green, Ac, Lard Oil, Linseed QilV Turpentine, Varnish, Ac
aug7 J G, BROWN, 43, College st,
T?fE HAT WEARING, CQ3I3IU?fITY
ARE respectfullv notifieil that we are now readv tp re
ceive orders far the now sty'p orOcntlpmen's Hats, for
the" fiifl of 1S53. Toour nmnerous patrons and the public
generally we would remark, that the new style we are about
to introduce Ts ntaf, light and degan!, and is adopted by all
the lcadingHaltcrs in the Union. Wearenowin recciptof
n large number of orders, and would advise gentlemen who
wants beautiful Hat and a comfortable fit, to call nod leave
tlieir orders and test the accuracy of our Craniqmeter.
jpigja VyATERFlI?LD A; "WALKER.
AT CQST ?
THE balance of our Summer Hats, consisting of Panama,
Black Leghorn and Slrqw Hats, we are selling at Cost
to oloso all out by the Fall.
augl3 WATERFIELD 4 WALKER.
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
"yT7" would call the attention of Country Merchants,
V about to visit the city for their fall supplies, to our
large and select assortment Ther will find the latest styles
,of Gents' dress hats, of the finest Moleskin and Beaver, with
all the new styles of soft hats suited fo the coming season,
and at pripss that will make it desirable to call.
" r' WATERFIELD 4 WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 26, west side Public Squared next
THE AMERICAN" S0AB COMPANY.
THESE Soaps are presented to (tie- pnblip as the best lat
bora'vingArticIps eyer djspovered. And every wy
worthy of the ui!est consideration. They do the wprk of the
Laimdry'in Cold Wateb, either SOFT, HARD or SALT,
dispensing entirely with boiling, pounding, rubbing, 4c
4c, consequentlya largo amount of fuel, and wear and tear
of clothing is saved, and not aneiCourtliilip amount of labor is
required tp do the washing of a family.
The tendency of these Siaps is to soften the Cloths and re
move the dirt; and in their use, the hands are made soft, the
complexion clear and white. Washing is done by jjimply
nibbing the Soap on the pat ts of Clothes most soiled, anil
placing them in wafer sufficient to cover them there let
them remain a few hours then with a slight band rubbing
and good rinsing they will bo perfectly clean and beautifully
bleached, and without injury to the most delicate fabric
1 tie cost ot tnese soaps is no more Ulan tuose ordinarily
used; and besides this, tlie wear and. tear of Clothin-f
consequent' upon tpe old method of hard rubbing upon a
Board, Machine, Pounding, Barrel, Ac. Ac, is wholly avoid
ed, and fuol being entirely dispensed with, an immense sav
ing is inus mane.
By applying it toyour Capets, it will remove all grease
aud 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 ide in
water alone, when washed wiUi there Soaps according to the
directions will not change, but remain firm, and the colors
rendered more permanent.
For removing grease from floors, or from any article of
Clothing it is invaluable and fr washing Gilding, Mirrors,
Maps, Pictures, Furniture, Dishes, Lamps, Silver Ware, 4c,
4c, it is superior to an v other Stlaps. leaving the goods soft,
and free from any order. The attention of Woolen Mauu
acturers is particularly called to these facts.
Let everv liersou give' our Soap a trial this is all we ask.
onsajefy augO W. 1L GORDON 4 CO.
COFFEE. 30 bags strictly prime Rio Coffee, lor sale
by W. H. GORDON 4 CO.
npEAS.ToO packages imperial Gunpowder and Young
JLHysen Tea, Snrsalo by W. H. GORDON 4 CO.
TO iJACCO.--29 boxe77'Ba"rtlctt Jones" extra suncur
ed Tobacco, just received aud for sale bv
aiirf W. II. GORLON 4 CO.
TE LEAD. 501.) kegs pure White Lead;
100 " No 1 do;
For sale by W. 11 GORDON 4 CO.
"YTTRAPFING PAPER 100 bundles Crown, Me-
V diura and Double Urown rapping raper, ior saie oy
augS W. lLGOltDON 4 CO.
f LASSVt'ARE. 500 boxes'Fancy Pint "Flasks;
or 200 " " x u.
1U0 41 " Quart do,
Forsalc by W. n. GOR UON 4- CO
UNIVEESiTY OF LOUISIANA MEDICAL DEPART
MENT. rpHE Annual Course of lectures iu this Depertment will
JL commence on MONDAY, November 14, and will ter
minate in the ensuing Match.
Jauls Joxts, M D, Professor of Practice.
J L Ridpell, M D, Professor of Chemistry. .
Wabkkx Stose, M D, Piofessor of Surgery.
A 11 Cexas, M D, l-rofessor of Obstetrics.
A J Wkpueebub, M D, Professor of Anatomy.
GcstavasA Nott;M D, lYofessor of Materia Medica. '
Tiiosias Ucvt, 11 D, Professor ofPhvsiology and Pathology.
Co km tars C. Beabd, M D, 1 De'monsrratora of
SamcelP. Cuorrut, MD, f Anatomy.
The rooms for dissect:ug will ba open from the third Mon
dar in October to the First of ApriL
Tlie Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons of the
Charity Hospital, and attend this institution from November
to April, The Students accompany the Professors in their
visits, aud thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages,
free of expense.
There a: 0 one thousand patients prescribed for daily in this
The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in
the year. THOMAS HUNT, M D,
aug t warn - uean.
urrroN yarns a siippty or No.'s o0o,oo,7oo, j
M "Sycamore Cotton Yams, constantly kept by 1
apll CHEATHAM. WATSON 4 CO-
OST. land Warrant N'o- 42-J. 'or 40 acres, issued i
to Allen Thompson, on the 28d ApnT, 1631, uodenact i
of 2Sth September. 185-), and assigned to W. B. Shapard'Aii
ui. in uiaiuw nas Deen 10s. ouu n u4hiu4lc aiiuuk win ,cai
...,i:.,j r - r ;i. 1 . f.-;A v u y...i t-1
applied for: forthe benefit of said W . B. Shapard 4 Co. fatft
julysT Cw w J0SUH FARRIS, Agent I
' .1 , - r- w ii-i-f it I . r i '-1 r-1 5 - j iri.' "i 1
TflE IIAXAUB FOXY
a, dC 'iaz.uu, rr.sj'r.
a. c dobbwss. sw'r
OTINLto funibh Jmi Kwder of ait their well
J tnon'n brands KihiA TtUf- 1..
ptdian KXe m kis, half :.nd quarter lega and ciunisprf
or one poandeach. Al, . Aill awrtmf.,i oft'owder for
,. - 1 .BLAST1NU AN1? FINING
PTses. Tlie renatatiGD "of their GunlViwrter Ui -..?i
known ttfrcquire wmuiiorit: "All orders iimupily filled at
a ir. Looms, Ag-fira-.theii, p. v,
auga-tf. ; Nashville, Tenn.
ISAAC ABBOTT, SEC"r... J. R. COLUSS. FSKS'l
HENRY H. HYDE, Tbavelixo Accst.
P, P. PECK, Agent.
dK&, Medical Examiners,
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund
Policies of Insurance issued -at all times on the most favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OE NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY 4 CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, jnlyl ly.
BANKING HOUSE OF W. B. SSAPARD CO,
41 " NowYorfa,
. X dis;
- X -
Sbuth Caralina and Georgia
North Carolina, i
Alnbtima State Hank, .
Kentucky..fi. -'-; -Ohio,
Indiana, Ac. -
W. B. SHAPARD 4 CO.
PROCTER'S SCUOOL-At White's Crek yprinw
j The next Session will cpimr.etiQo on Monday, the
2athinst tangH twAdlm
PANAMA, Leghorn, Klaek Leghorn, Campna- cr
ehy, Caoton, Union, Florida, Stiaw, Boj's f odul rjjS
Braid. and everrvarietT orstraw Hila fi.rlh.i isSisi
Sommerwear,at ?RASpiSt'0tr WHITMAN'S.
ma7 So. S3 idbllc Square
HAT ANT) CAB STORE.
rTUIANKFUL tp our fjriends'aiul the, puhlig in jsa
JL era!, forthe patrpuage thus far extended tons,
weittpectfully swjipta. continuation of the same, and
invita their attention to the- cleirant Snrine- stvle of .ILK
HATS, of our own mauufacture, which, in quality and bcau-
do wellfci exainfoft tlioir Hat before buvinnr elsewtiere.
LANDE. ELSBACK 4 CO.,
Hat and Cap Manufacturers, Market street, Nashville
JUST receive J a large supply of high and low crowu f
Men's and Boy's Fur Hats, Casgimere dv. IVml j
Metropolitan do., which we are enahltd te sell either whole-
sale or retail, on moat favorable tenni !
april2 LANDE, ELSBACK 4 CO.
JUST receiveda well assarted stock pf STRAW WOODS,
comprising a I.je variety of Panama, Leghorn, Pedale
and Palm Leaf, 4a, ior Meo 'and Boys, which will be dis-;
posea u at an extrcnipiy low mic.
opril a LANDK, ELSBACK 4 COv J
"VXTE have now on hand a very fine and extensive Stuck
IN(", cut and made up in the latest and most approved Vf k101" Cheats and Electric Machmes,.Jiica aJ
style, among which can bef.Mnd.CoaLsPanlsandVesLs.ol J dUaut, frame Ligs and JhneylMi.
c-en description. All of which we can bell at satisfactory Received and fbrsale by " ' T.WELLS."
r""J".Cbunfry iferjhnla will find li ia their Interest to
call on us,os wcaredetcrmmcl to sell atWnall profits.
. LANDE, ELSBACK A CO,
ap3 No. 49, Market'street, Nashville, Tenn.
VrOTICE. Tlie Stocklinlders of the NaJhTltle and
X M Northwesrern H-iilroarl Company aro requested to meet
at Nashvilla on the 1st Monday la Sept, lsr,:;, for tlie pur
pose of electing Board of Directors: a tuiliciency of stock
tjaving been obtained to organize
DESIRABLE COUNTRY xajSIHENOE FOR SALE.
I WISH tfl dispose of .my Fann pn Mill Creek, 4es
miles from Nashville,.about 4Q" rods from the Mur-Vyr
freesboi-o Turnpike, aioihin'' tho lands of Bird well
Caldwell, Minerva and Franklin Colleges, containing about
CO acres about 10 acres in wood, an; the balance under cul
ti vat ion withasgoorlorphanls asttieroare in the State, con
sisting of peaches, apples, pp-rs, grapes, plumbs, in a great
variety; two neyer failing springs, and several chalybeate
springs. The improvements aro vary fair consisting of a
good frame honse, with porch 20 feet front; one good brick
housp, smoke house, kitchen, stables, cribs, Ae. The orch
ard, by close attention, would yield from ?300 to $oOO 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 aud business. I wilt di.po0 of my stock and furniture
to any person wishing to purchase the said farm. Terms
accommodating. Tide Indisputable. For further particu
lars enquire of L. MOSES,
angt No. 19 College st
South Side Pn'blj Square.
TUS well known and public place of resort is now set
ting extra fine LUNCHES everv day at in o'clock, and
M past nine at night, well furnished with Sweet Milk and
Peaches, and fine refreshm'ent;aTMilk, Punch Eggnoggs,
Julips, Cobblers, PH-rlv-hos, Ae, Tliis establishment will be
kept open, from and iiher Tuesday night, d day of August,
for the accommodation of those running late at night with
something fipe to eat and drink at all hours of the day or
night IL L. DAVIS,
aug? 1m, Agent
THOMAS BODGE. XELSOW WALXKB.
HODGE & WALKER.
Barbers, Hair-Brisjers, 4c, &c,
Xo. IS, Cedar etreet.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer to their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this citv. Having newly fitted np our
house, we feel confident that all who rive us a call will
leave well satisfied. In addition to Bartering, Hair-Dresd-
trr. While russinir. gentlemen and patrons, lost step in
and see with what magic we "miAe the hair fly," and what
a salutary effect our pure water has upon a wearied and
cotfe body. aug- tf
R. ROBERT M. PORTER has removed his
residence and office to No. 88. Cedar street, nearir op
posite the Catholic Church. july 30 lm.
COFFEE FOR FAMILY USE. iO b agsrcalold
Government Java Coffee;
50 bap Laguyra Coffee;
2 haips old Mooha do, real African; now landing
per steamer it it Y 11UL tor sale very cheap by
janla DAIS 4SWANN.
I. H. MORTON.
Dealer ia Furniture and Pianos, Window Shades, look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, 4c,
Union Street, nmr Clitrry, Xiu&riUr, Tennvuee.
ALL kinds of FURNITURE mado to Order or Itepaired,
at the.shortestnotice, and warranted. aprilT Sm
G. UACOOEGOa, N. K. ALU) WAT, j. RAXKnEAn'
MACGREGOS, ALL0WAY & CO,,
COMMISSION M E R C H A N TS ,
55 St. CnABiis Street, (third Store above St Charles Hotel,)
J35T N. E. ALLOWAY 4 CO, Nashyille, Tenn, aro at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances ou ship
ments to us. feplC
BRADY, . GORMAN 4 CO,
Cotton Factors and General Coiaiaission Merchants,
g?"They keep an Office ia Tuscumbia, Ala.
J3TU. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is aatlurrizcd to
make CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to tie
S. H. PARVIN,
Merchandise and Produce Broker,
General Newspaper Agent,
- 'OFFICE ASD STORB,
No,'M Walhct St, Clnclnoatf
' ap 1 tf t r
. D. R. CLAIBORNE,
; A TTO Ji aYA" 1' AT LA W,
No. 44, North Clierry Street
r NAStn-lLLE, TE5XISSEE.
WILL practice in all Oic Courts of Iw and Equity of
Davidson County. Prompt attention given to the
cotection of claims. .
Refer to Return J. Meigs Esi, Francis B. Fogg, Esq,
John Trimble, Esq, Russell Houston, Esq, Ana. Ewing,
Rsn . TV. V. Cconer. Esa' Elwiu II. Ewins. Esn.. Dvcr
Pearl A Co, Jas. it Craighead, Esq, Jas Walker, Esq, (ine.
& It Anderson. ; 1" may
" A. r. DAVIE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
- Jackson, Temk.
Practice! lnM5lon and the aJJoinlng coucllei, nd wilt
give prompt attention 10 cotiecuu ana any oiaer oduh-
tn, his profession.
. l . ,
i c. wHiTTHoaai,
'XlIOMjrjA- .WHITTUOit-VE, .'
' Attvraeys.ai n-aw. - U 4
. -' - nnt TtXtttlJi TAA.VJ.1A..
- - a TPJ' WlUpr61'8 th'lr pmf"'
Maury. Marshall, Ollei, Lawrence,
prnreiaion m in coauin ui
ing 4c, we have htrgf, cpmmodious and neatly furnished . -T71STRAY HfCKMAN COUNTY. Taken up by M
uaiiiooms. iucseare me uum ... . cuy, ana w jn, FowIk3 lirinir U Hickman county. Tenn, and m
convenience ana conuon,canno ue surpawea in inecoun- . ,rirfv . t , xri.iv,nt 1 s hm,! hi.rh nr.
Qy DOZ. French. German an,l American Cotorat Ut
1 f?.tle "! Oranga Flower Waters. asirtAL
' li;i. r. - r juikiw sou i.oa-seis Annnuc
IlTf- ty1 J"M Sear's Vilt, atsoritd, Ofeo-
lisse fo.ar-1 7" wrs vus, atsonta, uiec-
Uar CrrZntdnflP anil R'cmine Hair Oils
DepiUalowr -Wei's and Indian Hair Dyer,
44 AmaudinXwr?";.,1-011 Kdor,
biterand Meenfmv jSSS SS" M1
M aatt Vail. I'oPaV'Toet' J
I'RESERVES THE TElrrir
DOZ. JteM-. OJoniine 2ta, tlftrin, n..
I . . . . .... mo 4 anil liUrna-
I nne Tooth Wash. Roussel's Superior ToouPowde? iT
MiUtary.Itoundand Square; E,xglUh ir.mUjr; Earbera'a
Painted, ana Palm Soaps.
85 dozeu Taylort, Conner's and Hustlnc's Transparent
Red and White Wash Balls, Rose, Monumental, Pondne.
Floating, Almond, Oval, Vegetable. Chrjstalline, Chinese,,
Amande, Amare, Peroir, Jasmin, Saa Angela and Yiolet
end Fancy Soaps.
9 A A LBS. RonselTs Barbers Soap;
Z U U So boxes Rose and Windsor Soaps. Received and
ofrsale cheap by i 7ELLSf
At the Man andfortcr on Market opposite
Union street, Nashville.
A ( DOZ. Pain Killing, Aralian-. and ilusfang Liniment:
"U and Liquid Opodeldoc Received by T.WELLS-"
t) A GROSS M hett frtsi OU Pait Waekiiur. Re-
JUXJ ceivedby T. WELLS.
FINE TEAS, 4C.
A(( LBS- Fresh In'periat Tonny ITyoa, Black and
tVU Ganpoaditr Tt in Metahc packs. Received by
GROSS Putridge's best Frietiou Matches. Receiv-t-dhy
T. WELLS. ,
PAINTS, OILS, 4C.
Q A KEGS mitllM.1;
ban el Whitk 1)ias Vajuntsh ;
1 do BUck fcViftD.'vrocr Varnish :
15 banuis Linseed Oil;
lo do Spts. Turpentine
) A A LttiUhina White;
aooit? Qroand PonitcStonei.
' ' "jr.. rv,i
Patent dryer. Received by'
INDIGO, MADDER, 4.C.
JLBS. panish Indigo; . - -',--
)O.U.151Upound Fresh Dutch Madder; i
'"!T barrel Oiivpe,l yxe;f,Fc8tic- Nicaragua
.a-e' Caip'Wood, Ac "
410 lbs. Extract pf Logwood; . ... ,
St-0 " BlueWrol; ' ' t
SiTa. ' Oil Vitrei;
Received aid fur-sale at the lowest prices br
At the Man and Mortar, Market street, Nashville.-
GLASS AND I'U'ITV. '
QtyX BOXES bet Window Glass Assorted sizes
Received by ' T. WELLS.
UININE HOcz. Received by
a OLD Leaf and Foil of the best quality:
1 Tyr.AHOGANY and Uak Veneers, 5O0O feet receivedibyc-
I A. tL.US.
july 10 & w twAw.
Market street, Nashville. I
EC0N0MY AND CONVENIENCE.
. Tlie subscribers offer the following good and suffici cn
reasons' why every fim ly in the South should uw the'
' Wrought Jron. (Xoking Alorti. :
Manufactured by them aud called - 1
1st It Is of Southern manufacture, being made by. Jhe
ibribeis in the city of Nashville.
2nd. Ills of such desirable material that it must outlast.
three or four cast irou Stoves.
8d. It is more ccmpleto iu its cooking apparatus than any
cast iron Stove. '.
4th. It is so simple in construction that a child can use
5th. Its economy of fuel is such that i! docs not use. half
as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size.
6lh. In the economy of time it Is important as it can be
heated ready for use in a few minutes.
In. its umlitrm regularity, as every part- of tho stove is
healed at tbrsametime.
Sth. Its perfect reliability as we hare put up over four
hundred of them in this State, and no one lias ever failed
to mveentue satisfaction. H.0 W, MACKENZIE A CO.
julylt College sL,NasbVj
DR. J. W. GRAY.
Oflice in McCoiabs' New Bonding, on Cherry
Jtttweta Deadend and Union.
.6 tierres fresh Rice, just teceived, and for sa
july2'J JOHNSON, HORNK 4 CO.l
Corner of Sixth and Ham Street,
TIIEtindersigned would respectfully inform his friends
and Uie traveling public iu general, that he has leased
the above named Hotel for a tenn of years. Having gone to
a greit expense in retiring and refurnishing the same, so
that it isnow second to no hotel in the West Uopiog.by
strict attention to business to merit a liberal share ot the
Formerly of the Nashville Inn.
Louisrille, July 19 tw a dSm.
OODS AT REDUCED PRICES. As the
season is advancing I will offer my s'oct of Summer
Goods of every description, at such reduced pricM as will
be satisfactory to all. I have a large and beautiful rarietr
of ladies' dress Goods, Mantillas, Ac, Ac, to which.I would
solicit the attention of m v friends and the public r
!uly 22 No. 18. corner Square and Market St
color, has a small white snot on therie-ht side, some snolson
the shoulders, supposed to be made by the collars, has the
appearance of havuig the swenney, long mane and tale, sup
posed to be about 14 vears old, appraised on the 11th Jnly,
1S3, at 25. augii R DEEN. Ranger.
TOTICE. Tho public U hereby notified that Bonks
JL for Snh.cription of Stcck. to the Nashville Coal Com-
; pany, cliarterwl at the list session of the General Assem
1 bly of the State of Tennessee, will be oM-ned on Monday
' the l.'th just , at the office of Eugene Undervfood, Esq, in
' me ciiy 01 iisuriuc
ALEXANDER ALLISON. 1
BB CASTLKMAN. I
PICKETT, MACKUEDO & CO.,
BANICERS utid COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.VA'ir Oil L ASS.
TXrM.KPJCKKTT late .f the tlrm of PICKETT, PER
V V KISS CO. and J. It MACMURDO, Banker, hav
ing ossocuted themselves in business, will conduct o
Uankiug, nud, (f ncrttl C'ouiiiiissiou Uusiucss,
in this City, ui.dur firm of Pi.sinT, MACmrrpo 4 Co.
Particular'atrentinii paid to the sale n I Cotton, and to the
shipme.it ofSupplies anil Merchandise generally.
.- j'uly20 Cm.
DOG LOST 820 KEVARD.
O T0LEN on Tuesday monunz. the 2d' mt.
O my lavontc Pointer' Dog; St-ORT; said d-ig
14 Hell known uhoiit the citv. and br man
in the country is good size, liver color, fair w'.ilte feet
also white breojt and white arout the nose. The . bove re
ward will le paid ts- anv person returning the dog. to myself
or to Capt G W Haaiher. at the City Hotel.
aug7 St diw No. 95, Cherry sttjet
LALIES FnfE GAITERS AND SHOES. . . . .
REcrivcD ur express.
T ADIES Super Blk French Lasting Gaiters, (plain toes;)
Freoeli Mo (tip'dl half Gaiters;
Pump Soled and Welted Boots- -
Kid " " "
a , ti Excelsiors;
Slippens plain and inmincd;
Patent-LeLther, F Mo A. Goat Boot;,
aug 13 No. 42. College street
"VTOTICE. All persons having claims aganst the es
IN tate oWohn Dans, dee'd, are notified to present them
firo'ierlr' Autheiitirife'd, for payment within the time pi e
h liw. orther will be barreil. and all persons in-
debfed to'saideitatoare "nspicstcd to male immediate pay-;
mem to tne undersigueu.
JO W horton; I r ,
ED. D HICKS, j J7--"""-
Nashville", Anguslllth, 1853 wlm dlw n
k GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
WA. A J. G.McCI.ELLAND havingonband aninn-
usually large and rich stock ol Goods, will, oflcir
greit inducements to casli or punctual baversjCiiSfranseni'
visiting the,city, wilLsave money by looking at oar stock
'before making their purchases elsew here.
june-23 No 20, Public Square.
. . .r77rl -r.Y.A- KJ ..i
ITf. --'" ai VnWIrnT,Ke- MachiMreanA,
re.c n-Nnhskill that Hie country atfeLaa4
" S . . v .
Pagtrteh. "rr and FreigSt Uains.
Machinery complete fi r fittinx rrp Saioro?rma,,
i ' B111.LJS. 'Vjj
1 -TfJ-J.'--'eta-all sizes, comftcter
; rT&tAc rQacra embnic5u? '
. pp ' r ROLLING MILLS. -i
tngines. Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery fcr-PJull-IngMdls
complete made at shortest nofice. - '
i BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
-L8n-rJf!cr'Ptirn- iti' Aafom mill gearing: wafer
wheePA.cast1r0nBankTa.iItS,4c.,4C., mad8b to or3cr.
' rlT ,?HT?oars03r- Agent .nba ii practical trc
: lft T?" auileil?'J- JOHN B. JOHNSON,
jnn-l-ir - b." Freadent
j WERBS tc RAWUXGS,
GSCCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING ME2 "
Xai street, one door A-tt f r o, Stmpiu, '&ntuft.
HAVE on band a full supply of Groceries, Baarine.
. tRcp. Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard. Candles, Flour?,?
winch they will furnish to their customers on tha usual
AH ColionsShipped to them bv wafer will be covered br
an open Policy unles written across tht f.co of the Bill of
Lading, at the time of shipping, no UMuraitce.
V"a are prepared to make Cash Advances-on Coitou
cnrroir KAWUNGS & CO..
COTTON FACTORS Ain COMMISSION MEHCHA1TX3-
Any of otn- friends who wish facilhieson Cotton beshir
psl to ourlousc in New Orleans n iT, . 1??:
N f&xjK r?BLic auctonT
Courthouse tr m ih,-; Ar v. .CT?. .1?.- "J2
1st The house and lot .nting 2iJ feet on Front strt
foneoVrfrom the Puttie Sa., , mTning bik
low water mark, the old re-ideD f the late S V 1) Stok rt
PT.U4,CP'eHi J -J".11" boards: hsttse.
2L Tha three story bnck house itkrmmr tha ahm
andfronting SOfcet 1 inch, and runa Z
8d- The house and lot on the west aide of Weraireetnnp
the corner of Bndge srrt,( Iron ting 22 feet 8 in&es and ruS
mng bacc 73 feet -wu.utj-,
The kt on Spruce street fronting- feet and hmntbg
,5th. The lot on Crawford street fronUua fotand rela
rung back 200 feet - -
6th. The lot on Charlot'e pite on Cedar st;-et exte-3
fronting 4V feet and running1 Back 24 fret '. Iirb. tl"'
is near the State Quarry anil is a beaBT..itu lot t imoniva
Txauts Credit ofl and 2 yesrs mrfe .-h apoi uved en
dorsers, payable ia Bank wltu a Ren retauwd 1 he pr
chate money is payed. I!IA . STOUT.
AttOi i.ey in fael for tho nriow Miiit-i
i V 0 -sk-uL
N. B Anv one wishing to enr before the day ufsdiv cart
do so by callfug on the enrfersighed.
auJ tl g w T A. STOfT.
SALS OF 3.CD-1 AC3aiS 0c LAND.
BY'virfi-e of a decree of ttr '.'-an' Court f Pavidtwi
county, rendered at the Jnlv tei t , . - 3, in the cie 1 1
Alelhea S. Wright Adm'r, fS R.J. MWir, rest flpend'iBd
hers.lwfl!ofrforalt6thehigjit b. Mertor thi8. at
the Court Uoiisein "Nashrille, n Satun'a; the :V Uil.oi
Septemoer next, a. tract of IjiikJ, K ttg in she enmity 1 if III jk'
man and State of Tenneatce, 011 the waters of Mill CJiieic
and Lick Creek. contaln!ugbvestinal:on .', 1 acr.s.
july20 trd F. R. CHEATHAM. tTk.
VALUABLE PROPERTY ?0R SALE.
IWrsntoecllmrtractuflarid sftn ted in Ji.--'s Bead,
Davidou county, 2-". mHes above Nasfur-lle by the river,
M miles fnm it brlanuV The land lies a)ver n mife frnnt
the Galta'iu turnpike on the oppi(e side 'T the riryr The
tract containe 3TS acre 1 SO clearerf, the rest wril titaherol,
4-5 of the land river bottom. The phee is well impmved,
brick dweHing hunse-with 8 large-i-iw, peswss, portico
and gallery, brick smoke heoe, c mse hon-e, earrfcgo
houses barn, cribs, hnusj built for a i;u, ovroeer's hutbe.
Stockrwatcr fn "abundance aad as good a spring sj can be
foomlin the Stale ami a orchard nlveauy frait lii
Thn land is u- cxceponable; adapted i-J cotton, ew.acd
all other grain. J&. W UOODiUl'U,
may21 tn w , or W. K. tiOODRirlL
ANlTFOR t'ALE.--l effcr tht ;"srie Tiaev tt
lAUidon which I nsid,-Ivnijron Ciimberland lltver
at the mouth cf SrcanKiii, Irt-DavAlsoH Count-, eeo'.aiuisg
517 acres, a large jwrticnsof wbith ts river and cteek bat
torn land of superior quaiii and finlt iniitsrreU. Thereia
about S t acre cleared and good rmproveiiienb! I w!l
also sell tlwcTopofCoroarwt Oai, wrtb a sseck of Hijji.,
Cattle, Cnrdnood, Farming Uieosh, .Vc, Ac
For tern". apply to the imderwjrurd oa th premises, OT
to A, &TKVENS. at W. IL Ctdhoun', PabfiofsiHire. Nasb
vill. My Post Office ia BolUburg-, lKxeacnuntv, Tmu.
- August 6-dAwsw CUAUI.BSiYMBS.
1 dullsville Journal willploase copy to the ameut f . and
forward account to Ibis cilice
JOHN K. Hl'311",
Wo. 57, College Street
HAS' this day received, by Express, frew NW York : ""
Beautiful new srvle CoWars;
- '" - Ercb'dUndersteeree;
" Black Laee Mft'-e,
- Hair Cloth Skirts;
latce Mantles and Points;
ALSO On hand. Ilarege cheap Mn.lins1. beaut 'fo Silks;
also, a beautiful sttection'of ('lunese. Seanis"i and I'anlan
Fans, and a general assortment of Drr Good of tvery de
scription, all of which wit be sW at extreme low prices.
1" ,OR GENTLEMliN. -JtihulCn-uiMThM aJn
ceivetlan excellent supply ot th.we SlKl.ler
Patent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchief's Cravstis atA
Silk and KiJ Gloves. Cloih Cas-uueree. VMtHnp.
juuiii JOHN K. UL Wr, N.x 57 CIU- -
MUSLINS, LAWNS. BAREGES
JOHN K. HUaiEnas in store an eieeHent
ment pf Muslins, Lawns and Dress Good
erally, wliich will be sold remarkably low. A3 Ms poller t
never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of
course., extra" bargains mar be expected. A few Lawns and
Muslins left, at 10at2t cts per yard- jmw i
TUY GOODS. As the season w far advanfrd. and
JlJ being desirous of retlucing as much aa proetieable,
my stock of 5umm;rGood.s.I offer wowh of eery de
seription at prices rerv mush reduced. The kulio Biar ex
pect bargains, and will find it to tWr interest to eaii al an
early day. R. C. MeNAIRY,
july9 " 5.1 t'ollvf e street.
S UOULDER SEAM PATENT SHIRTS.
JOHN K. HUME hasthidar received aaoAer fresh
supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shirts.
Also, a new supply of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Ties, Stocks,
Also, Cent's Kid,Lisler Thread and Silk Gloves Hal
Hose,f every description.
Also, Gent's nnder-wear Shirts Drawers. Ac june
17OR THE LADIES. Silk Thaws, Plain and Em
' broidered, can be bought cheap at the Philadelphia
Store. juner SOHN 4 111LIJ1A.V.
BERAGES. A great -variety of Figured aud Plain
lie rages are offered at reduced prices at the Philadel
phia Store; junef SOHN 4 H1LEMAN.
USLINS and Jaconets tor Dresses, of every descrip
tion can be obtained very cheap at the Philadelphia
Store june7 SOIIN 4 HILLMAN.
ONNETS at very low prices are now offered at the
,.tr, 01 CnilV LTtlltltlV
A nuaueipuia own. june jan.in.-v.i.
MAICE YOUR OWN PRESERVES. Just re
ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for PreserT
mg purjioses. juneW Hit J. NIXON.
aRAIIAM BREVD. Graham Bread for dispep
tics, cm be had every oiherdayat
mvl - a.sj..iiAjrk
I O WD ER Tennessee Rifle, in qtmrler, half and
whole kegs. Tennessee Bla.itog. in keg and barrels.
A lull supply 01 tne noovc tiesciMHira 01 a owner, -.Tai ¬
nted equaTto any in the market, ai"
Irarcir rrt liaasi Atid ftW
CHFATHAM. WATSON 4 ( O.
PRINTED LINENS 1 PRINTED LEN2NS ! !
At iV. 9, Unto H-ret.
JUST received (direct importation') Be Case Linen Dress
Goods, containing a great variety utiles and pat
terns, which will be sold tta per ceot less than tfe nonal
Iricc Also, a variety of dress Geuda coBiwiH)r.M iier jrev.
Lawns and Mualini', ior tyles and pneas, ate MBirpi !
branriu tlie market Gimps Fi:nteM. sndTniu'
ail kinds coustantly on land. The atteehoJi of Ae tauten
is pi.rticuhiriy raiuesteu to trnr Studc f tnio K he pur
chasing. tnaya-t JTfll-RSTON 4 BEK.V.-.r.r.
BANK 0"cNASirt"IXZ. ......
NAStiviuJt, Aufjwt J, IS-a.
SIGHT an ltinie Exchange b.'-i(tl.t a ,.l -old o Aae-cessnjte-poiflli
h the United Sales, f ity Nm and
acceptance discounted, CoW ahc Iver a.l wcurrent
mouey bougtf and ld fX
aug7 ' WKLK V WI1KLKSS, CatWer. ;
TiRICE OF GOLD REDLX ED. - Th seilisf;
1 ruteofO-Old has been le-tuced .,.ijr
above price -xnLKY Wnvf KS! ra.Vpr.'
nns "t"1 - ,
1- a. oeear. k ' - pex- . u-aif
' DEERY BROTHERS.
ALIEONIA MANUFACTU2ING COUT-MTa
OJUe So. 1SJJ, Public JSquare, Sasbttlie, Tnuuuei.
" FRESH RECEIPTS 3Y HICECL t PEACOCK.
JEW FLOrni My, bags .St liuis MilK expreIy
for family ue aiig7 .tLHUi. rtAtiut ix. .
TAR CANDLES; -SOD boxes, half and quarter bos
Star Candles. aug7 NICHi'L A It'lUla.
s UGiVRS. 20 bbls St Louis Crusted Sugar,
2u fcs c.Teti Svtuih
tTv-A AND LAGt'lTtA IOIJ ftfc.-ai 15,
AZlrl GriT : t!T4 L-n r, Coffee;
, . OA haiM I
ang7 ' tw z.--
1"tilt S.VLE.-ihavery uesuab'e Family Res-
idence. on the corner of Sf ring and Spruce H-JT
S-s. WILLI AMS-A'gent Itr Jin Wifliaim.
, TOrIeana,-ivlU'makeUbral cash advances 00 Produce
tor shipment "v1
e address us at.N. Orlea-.s. m JA ,l '
W "V, WJ Jackson, cop v six months, and 1. -m mii-
nrMVf; pjvni: -