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HTT.B." Pillir.er, the American Newspaper A pent, (is i
rat ox7.rTaoiuixr Agjskt fbrihia paper in the cities of I
llftfiinn Vr-r YXrL- mill Phil!!.!,! .t. i i -
. . uuir einixjwa
,KrC. M. Carroll, is cw authorized agent for the city
of Memphis, lie can be found at the 1. 0. in Hunt city.
I-?-nrr.ii At Monroe, General Newspaper Agents'!
No. 3fi, Walnut street, are autlwriied sgenta or the Nasli.
v Up Union in Cincinnati,
Particular Notice. -No charges will be allowed L
ag-aiu-t ihe 'UiiwnndAn.ericanoliice" or the l3rm ubless'T'
auiunruej uy speuaiortfcrlroin. theiinn.
SATURDAY MORNING, SEP1
NT" Wo have received, frorn W. T. Bicnur & Co.
Hie bcjif finber ISft. of Ilarjicri Magazine, The)
ble ol contents is very ncli, ami the flltisttttion.s
line. urlainlyllH! bc$t Magaantrlished' in
this cogniy-. "
Vc have received tlie Illustrated- Netrs of:
27 fa- " s fijled,' as usual, yitlt.n great variety
iiauuiS maiiui, aiiuu large mimoer 01 intercsun,
ft5"FRAjfCi3d it AViiitman are' prepared to 'wait
on their cusfomcrcrs with ijie fall stylc..of Jiat
s Es""Tiic next annual - nfct'ting ofJhoQrand
Lodge ofTennsssee will be held at the Masonic
Hall tlie first Monday in October.
.MinAxics Mketikg. There is a" 'rail-in 'this
mornings .paper for a meeting of the Mechanics of
. the city, to be held at Fireman's Hull thicvenhig.
The object is to Orgauize a M&chanlc's Ebrarj'and
Heading Koom. c hope our citizens will take
an interest in the matter. It is deserving of the
well-wishes of all. - - -
Mns. 3rcCRUDv. The New York Herald says
that tins accomplished lady, who belongs to the ton
of Philadelphia, but who has adapted the theatri
cal profession from pure "love of the thing," in
tends shortly to make a "Western tour. She made
her debut at Philadelphia last "season and has since
played a very successful engagement at Boston.
Mrs. M. is a highly educated and refined lady, and
will no doubt make a good impression on our pla-
JIf.v. P. T. Xefxkv, D. D. This distinguished
gentleman who, with hii family. Ins 'been spend
ing a few weeks in our town, left this inornihg'fpr
his home in the Soutlu During his stay in pur midst,
lie preached several times at the Methodist Church,
to large and delighted audiences. Although yet'a
yotiug man, Dr. Necley enjoys the enviable repu
tation of being one of the most cloquentpiilpit ora
Jors in the South-west; and the title he has nobly
"wou and justly wears. His mein in the pulpit is
replete with grace and dignity: his voice is el ar
and musical; his language is always forcible and
faultlessly elegant: his enunciation is perfection it
flf, and his every gesticulation is strikingly pxprcs
fiivcand appropriate. His expanded mind is stored
with, and he has ever at his command, all tlint is
grand in uature, useful in art, sublime in philoso
phy, entertaining in history, charming in classic lit
erature, winning in rhetoric, and all that is bright
and beautiful in poetry, and fancy. His is that elo
cjuence which charms all ears, captivates all hearts
that never woos but to win. The career tliat
lies out before him and beckons hi.n onward, is
destined to be as brilliant as his own exuberant fan
cy. Dr.. Neeley is now a member of the Alabama
ConG-renee, and Is stationed this, and was also last
j i'ar, at Marion in the southern part of the State.
rEOM THE lVAStllXGTO.V XATIOXAL INTELLlCIECjpiJ,
Ckxtlchkx: W'c have the facts slated in your
piper and olliers that the llospodars, or Turkish
lioveniorsof Wallaehia anil Moldavia, were inter
dicliil b' lluwia from paying over to the Sultan the
annual tribute; and again, lliat these Viceroys of
Turkey have so far obeyed the Russian mandate,
and refused to honor the claim of the Sultan.
As the title of -Hospodar is rare in our books or
papers, I send for insertion in the National Intdli
ijeticer the definition of the term, from Draube's
Dictionary of Science, &e.
. "Ioymlar, or oiuHlt. The Lieutenants ap
Ho'mwil by the Porte (Turkish Sultan) to govern
the two Christian provinces of Moldavia and Wal
'laclefl are so called. By tlie treaty of Adrianople,
between lu.-a and Turkey, in 1S29, these ollieers
hold their apKintments for life, and to pay a fixed
Moldavia is the extreme northern province of
Kurppeau Turkey, and spreads westward from the
Hiver Priith and noi thnard fiom the Soreth river.
As laid ilnivn on Black's Map of European Turkey,
' this province is n!out one hundred and twenty
English miles square, lint iuutle, from its position,
of vital importance to Turkey.
ailacina is a much more extensive and import
ant province than Moldavia, having a length from
, e.it to westof near three hundred miles; tlie Danu
be curving and forming its eastern, southern, and
western borders from Onlatz on the east to Orova
on the west. To the north and northwest it is, in
most part, separated from the Austrian doimnions
by the Caqiathian Mountains.
Taking lite two provinces together, it must be
obvious that their possession or loss decides the
fate of Turkey in Europe; and that declamation on
either side cannot decide, but, on the contrary, must
omplicnte, the far mo.t important political ques
tion of the Mge . T.cnrs.
Crops. There never was a better corn crop
made in ihe county of Williamson than the present
one. If the fall is late the cotton crop will be equal
ly good tobacco is much better than could have
The "first bale" of the new cotton crop arrived
hrre on Sunday last, consigned lo Messrs. A. 0.
Harris A: Co., by General S. J. Hays, or Shelby
county. The demijohn was forwarded according
to custom. MetHpIti Appeal, 29?).
Dir.n. On Thursday, August 18th., at the resi
dence;of his father-in-law, Saml. D. "Wilson, Esq.,
Mr. Richard E. Fostkr, of Uethaivy, Texas.
Seldom, indeed, has Death's dark wing blasted,
at one fell sweep, so much of blissful enjoyment
so much of bright hope for the future and doomed
po'many gladsome hearts to. comfortless, and some
of them, it may be. alas! to endless grief.
Three years ago, Mr. Foster left his parental
-ahode, as a student; on the 4th of.Tulylaet, with
. great- credit to himself, he finished his collegiate
duties, on the 5th, he consummated his heart's
chiefest desire, by a union which promised all ihe
carth'y bliss lwppy marriage can bestow, and full
of joyful expectation, was upon the cvo of return
ing to his native State, there to mingle with loved
friends and relatives, strive for an enviable renown
in his"long chosen profession.
Hut alas! wc have read tho sad sequul to so
brighta dream. Truly, "in tho midstof life wc are
in death !" "
Manchester, Ti., Democrat, and Gndo, La., Ga
zette, plcae copy.
I-W" The members of the Nashville Typfg.-aphical So
ciety will meet at the Counting-ltoom of the Christian Ad
yocate Oilice, this eveningat i o'cltck. A full attendance
is requested, as business or importance is to be attended to.
sepfB & C. COLE, 'ec'y.
rplIU VlX 17TT KV Fl. IAZ Oils 12 irv 12 K Pub-
j lished at Fayelteville, Tenn., isolfered as an advertising
medium to such" of the bmine men of Nmhville, as may
tlmire to elend Ibeir buiiie in that densely iiul.ite.l
section. The U-nns are mode rale, and will be inaiU-known
on applying l Hie Union mid American niliee, where con
tracts can be made. The trade of Southern Tennessee,
(where IheObserver principally circulate,! nilh N:u-liriile,
is- large and increasing, and is "well wort b an eflort lo secure
1111 the pari of city merchants. Th? Observer ha the M
cirruhtin ever possessed by any itajier publ shed in Sm
tbem Tennessee, and it is believed einal at least lo tliat of
any county paper in the S'ate. fepti Sit
" "THE CAMPBELL'S ARE COMINO."
At the Adelphi Theatre for Six nights only. Commencing
MONDAY, Sept. lib. ISM.
MlflJPHY WEST AND PEEL'S Original CainpMI
Miustivl's. nssisteil by EDWAlil) KE.SDALU the
world-rcnoied llugle plaver. and JAMES K. KFNOAI.U
llii celebrated Clanonet and Alt-Horn performer. Among
the members of this inimitable Troupe wilt be fouud Mali
IVet, Joe lurply and Luke West.
They will give a short series (S their inimitable enteriain
meuIs'asalMve. PaiCfSOF Apmissiox. Panpietln and lies, SO cents;
Colored boxcs.'H'ctMits, Colored gtilleryi i cenLs.
11. E. Dickivsov Matwger.
M-ptl -tf F. C. CUOSS, Ajfcnt.
rTlIIRTS ! SHI I ITS ! Weare receiving a fine stock 1
1 ofShirts. and wairnut tl
them to besHporior.inerory. re- ,
and insure tits.' Fc-"fl'-," 'j
MK-ct. Wctake measures an
ITTOUK llOAHS. Just received a van
Work Dovei; ao some plain one.
1 M.KUUAFUKD FOR THE UNIOX AND AMERICA.
.- t. . . i
ouisviue. Sent. 1. In Uie Democralicconven-
tgday,at Syracuse.' Mr. IlatcltZ-a Hunker
demoera'tdrcAy a dagger on Mr. Lewis, Barnburner,
Tire trial of Ki.shn. Doanft of the rrotestant Epis
copal tmurch b going on al Camden with closed
T Lonsvnxc Sent 2. A messenger of-tlio .New-
pon, it. jM isanK was roooeu oiiTUoaru um steamer
1'erry, or a package of 4U,UW..
' New York, Sept. 2. Flour 5 7tSo-7.'
jCi.vcixsATi, Sept. 2. -James Hall, President- of i
Uilio ana Alisissippi iiauroau was attaclccd m 'tlie
street last liight by Dr. Ames, a returriwl; Califof-
Inan. Ames shot ilau in the abdomen; It'is feared
uibriallv wounding him.
' 'X meeting of citizens was held last night for the
nuniose of impeaclun!r Judge Flinn. Resolulioris
wore unanimously passed that Flinn.shouid be im-
pcacliea and a committee appointed to bring the
matter ueioro uie next Legislature.
Prrrsnuno, Sept 2. Two feet and alialf water in
tlie channel and lallmg. cather clear and warm.-
vCjxcisn'ati, Sept 3. The river lias fallen three
- riour oonyant 1UU uuis sold at 4 c.; now
.ask-mgM Mc. Whisky 'Mc JJacon Sides sold
.at Gic. Sugar in' good demand and, firm. ' Cheese
"-MKMpnis, Sept 2. The steamer H D. Bacon,
which passed up this morning, put-off seventeen or
eighteen cases ol i Ilow r ever at our Jiospital:
li e uuueRHauii mat ue-iu on eeveira ueiuw.
"Weather very wanu here, but the city is unusu
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund
Policies of Insurance Lvwed at all times on the most favor
able terms, against ,
LOSS OR DAMAGE
by fiius, or the
t PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by n . LINDSLEY k CROCKETT,
Agents for Kasbville and Davidson County, julyl ly.
JUST RECEIVED THIS DAY
J. ItROWNE, aicrchaut Tnilor,
Ao. 40, CuUeye Slreit, JToilttUU.
r plIE undersigned having just arrived from Hew York and
JL muadeiiiuift, lie wiMies to lntorm lus mends and for
mer patrons, th.it he has purchased as large and line assort
ment of (lenlleincn's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has eve-r bean brought to Xashville. They are now ready for
ilitpccJioii ui ins More, 1113
AYORLD'S CLOTHING E3IUQRID3J,
Jio. 11, Public Square.
I have taken particular n.iins to liarc made an assortment
Ql Lslra isae VnMiiKj lor Uentlcmen, weighing Irom S00
10 lu? una who nave always been paying high prices to
uie Jiurcliant labors.
- AIsU, a friuendiuasscrtrnento) India Kubber Goods, and
from the age cf 6 years and upwards.
will take particular notice that lean snpiilv them with Cloth
ing and lrnniishiiig Goods either whousaie or bitail. as
ion- as any one in inecily.
ALSO, "jut received a largn lot of line Plush and Cloth
Caps, of various siie. which I can sell ttrenUhUte wr cent.
1 " .1 1 t .1 . r. "
ion ur mail any uiuer House 111 uie my.
Uvine one, corns au, to si. ruivtlB
World's Clothing Emporium,
au'J 3m No. 11, Public S.pure, Nashville.
JJASKvSxE LADIES' COLLEGE
Charles Hess, Professor In tlm Musical .Drpartment
1 1 l'l S w ill be charged from the timethev enter the
MUSICAL DEPAKTMEXT until the end of the Ses
sion, in case ol protracted sicku a reasonable deduc
tion will be allowed.
I-.verv PUPIL will rece.ve three lessons a weefc tlie third
ot ulucli will lie devoted exclusively touie rieorvoiJlutic.
l'l I ll-t who wish lo do so may practice at the College
three tiniosa week, at acliargeoi tire dollars for the Ses-
fnstniciion 011 the Piano, for a session of5 months, $30 00
" tiuilar. " " " " SO 00
" " in ocalizahon " " " SO ou
" " in Singing by Note in Classes, 10 00
3y All bills collectable at the expiration of half theScs-
ST" l!y request a Class will be opened for instructing iu
SAUKitu .Husiu. unarge ?5ior tue sc-sion.
GEORGE W. COOK,
ATTOMEY AILAWAKD LAN D AGENT.
AVneo Village, Texus.
"" TU'L attend to the collection of debts, and the investi-
T T gaiiou aim eneciiiig 01 lauu lines in i evtz
Hon. 0 W. O. Tottox, Hon. Natoax Gukex,
" K. G. .M'Kixxkv, " It Ij. ItlDLEV,
" U. L. CAitiTntKs, ' Ann Caiutiieiis,
"Joiiv L. I.'imkx, Governor Wm. It Campbell.
" TIL COOK can le found for a few days at iheoflieof
Xi JL iiaiuen linen, Uhem- street, .o. tti.
I shall in a few days be iu receipt of uiv
all MocJt 01
Comprising all the latest and most fashionable styles fur
Pailors, Halls, Chambers, Ac, together with a large "variety
..r 1. i'r.. 1 V-
01 rirc-sciuius. ti iiiumv itiiicr. ac
W. W. FINN, 41, Market SI,
pejitl If between Union and iheSquare.
T?l)ir RUNT OR SALE The large MUCK
J1 DWELLING HOUSE with the out-bouses on Spring
stioet, nearly opsite ihe Masonic Hall, lately occupied by
31 r. Marcel 1. Apply to ASUKBW KW1SU.
sepl 1 ');; T.L
It. ZEVALLAS. teacher of French at the Academy,
will al-i take classes of Indies and Gentlemen in the
lie would respectfully refer to F. 1!. Fogg, Esq., W. T.
Coopor, E-q, 51. Vaughn, I!sq., It. J. Meys, Esq., Sam.
P. Allison, ICwj.
Any Coinu.uuication left at l!ern-'s Uook Store will be
promptly attended to. sept 1 lm
NEW DRUG STOKE.
J. G. BROWN,
( formerly of the firm of J-Jtvin, Brown D Co.,)
V?I1AS opened, with an entiic new stock ofDrugs,
Medicines, PainU. Oils, Pcrfumerv, Ac, Ac,
hii. on the site formeilv occtipied bv the old firm,'
V. 4", College street, llnee doors from Union, where be
will be pleased to wait upon his old friends and citizens gen
erally. Particular a'fention is given to Physicians' Pre
fcriptions, which will be filled with accuracy and dispatch.
Si ugicai. lNSTr.riivrst coiiijiiising PiKkct Cases, assort
ed; Pixikt-t Vial Cases; feviral new palleins; Seculuins,
assorted; Midmfiv Ainputating and I rcraninng Instruments,
in ca-os or separate; Tooth Foiccp and Keys; Stcthescopes;
Cupping Apjiaratus; Stomadi FuiupK; Dissection Instru-
n.ents, Ac., Tru-scs in every vanelv a complete assortment
of everything usually kept in this llnomay be found at
anjT J- G. HUOWNH
tlllTSlICALS. A large slock, and from the best
inanufacluicrs, some exceedingly rare, never before
brought to this market. Attention of Physicians to this
part of inv stock is testiectfullv solicited.
' aug7 ' ' J.UnOV;N
i I:R3IIJ1)A AltltoTV ROOT. Warranted pcr
1) fccllj puieand fresh; full supply at
auK7 ' J. G. llltOWN.
l)i:itT'lf3lERy In every style, French, German and
1 Anicniau (ologiic, limr uus, 1 omades, vc , .vc-
lb Pon derand Paste, Pivcr's Aromat'O Vinegar, Glenn's
b Dear's Oi', Dell Iaivundur, brown and white Windsor
Sap. Hatbcrs' s'oop in 1 lbbai-s, together with a general as
sortment ol 1 lain nil fancy soaps, iiair iirusnes, c, c
Shell and Uulfalo Dressing and Fine Comb', Ivory do. Pow
der Pulls and lloxcs, Lilly White, Alabaster, Ac
aup J G DROWN.
OEUINTEACO.ilPAN Y. 1 have a fulfsupply of
I the best qualities of Tea, put up bv this Company
It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, lirown A Co., which
give stichgeneral satisfaction. The Ne Plus Ultra Dlack
Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be sujierior to
am- in this market; also, Teas in small caddies of a lbs
crl,. ansT J DROWN.
ONtiRCSS WATER I have made arranguuienis
to keep a constant supply of Hii water, which I receive
reel tiomthe SniingjS gross justreceired.
J G DROWN.
WARU Ofall descriptions and best quality;
also. Flower 1'ols, assoi ted sites.
M1 J u imuii
1" ) A JlllT) O risTl INC l'OI, ES TiHTTu-.t received;
also, a lull assortment of Fishing Tackle, Limerick
Hook orSniKtd, ixintei Poles, Ac
a,,;;; J. G. DROWN.
'OK Til 12 II AIR Lyons Katlmnon, Dogles Hypo
riun Fhi.d, Harry and LItrchugh s I ncoiilierou, at
.1 U llliUV..
TAKCII. H IxiAes l'rcn;tor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
Isu, siiuermr al tide ofcountrj- nude istarcli.
JllgT J. . 1IBUH
rpt'liNll SK12I).- A large lot of Summer and Win
I ter, and Summer and Wiuter mixed.
au..7 J. G. DROWN.
2M1 US. Sparkling Gelatine. Cooper's Sheet
Sheet, and Shred Isinglass: also, a line lot of
J. G. DROWN.
i I'XINCTON JILSTAKD,inif, Jtf.andlttiCans;
X j liysli and just tec d.
J. G. DROWN.
HAST I'Ott'l) 12KS and Drown s Ess, Jamaica Gm
I ger. While Uad, Red lad. Chrome Yellow, Chrome
Green, Ac. I-ard Oil, Linsd Oil, Turpentine, Varnisli. Ac
augr J. G. DROWN, 43, College st.
We are prepared to furnish Colleges, Academies, Ac, with
every variety of School Dooks, at the lowest prices. -
J TOON 4 RUTLAND,
Tfie-Cfeat Kestornti ve-.I'ever and Ague Cnrcd
1Y Dr. M'lAae's I.iver Pills. Mr. Jonatlian Jlougli
man, cr West Union, Parlpountr, IlUnois, wrUesJoihS
prcnrieSors that be had saflei'jrreatlrfrOin'fvere and
protracted attack cf Fever and Ague, and was conii!ettiJ"
restored to bealtli, by the use ot the Liver pills alone. 1 1icse
Pills unquestionably possess great tonic propel ties, and
can be taken ivilb decided advantage for many dUeases re
quiring invigorating remedies; but the Iireral'ilb stand
pre-etuineut as a means of restoring a disorganized Lircr la
healthy action: hence the great celebrity they haveattaincd.
The numerous formidable diseases arising from a diseased
Liver, which so long baffled the skill of Hie most eminent
physicians in the United States, are now rendeiedeasyof
cure, thanks to the study and perseverance of the diiin
guUbed pbysiciaifw hote name this great medicine bears
a name, which will desceud to posterity as one deserving
of gratilude. This invaluable medicine should always be
kept within reach; and on the appearance of the earliest
iyniptouis of diseased Live?, itc an be safely and usefully
If your childrcn'aro troubled with worms, go at once and
get Esineofthat incomparable Vermifuge, which is for sale H
at all the principal Drug Stores in Nashville and vicinity:
R. R. R. Not used. For all Diseases or Com
plaints. The tick will peue fake notice, that R. R. 11.
Remedies consists of three distinct preparations; it is not
necessary lo lake more than, one of the-Kemedies at the
time. They are made to act instantly upon the discasc
they are intended to remove. Each Remedy is intended
for a certain class of complaint and diseases. Had wax "s
Ready Relief is io slop pain instantly and to remove its
causes speedily. If you are afllicted with Cholera, with
Cramps, Spasms, Chill Fever with Rheumatism, Neural,
gia, Tooth-Ache with Diarrhoea, Disin'tery Radway's
Ready Relief will, the moment it is applied externally or
taken internally, arrest the progress of the disease, allay
Ibe most violent irritations, and stop the most torturing
pains. For Sick-Headache, R II Relict is the most speedy
R. R. 11. No. 2. FOR DAD DLOOD.
Radwat's Rkxovatinj Resolvent should be Used."
In a few hours after taking a dose of this pleasant Reme
dy, the pationt fuUU tcorhinyia the tysUm. It resolves
aaay from the solid3 all diseased deposits, makes "the blood
pure, rich, and healthy; cures Scrofula, Rickets, Humors,
Cancers, Tumors, Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Sypbilhs, Ac N'o
disease can remain in the system that is under the influence
of the RR Remedies. Price of Resolvent 1 00 per bottle.
TO KEEP THE ROWELS REGULAR AND THE SYS
TEM FREE FROM MOEIJID HUMORS.
RR SpNo. 3 Radwat's Reglxatqks.
Act upon the stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys, bladder,
urethra, and skin. They regulate every organ in the bo
dy. No sickness at stomach, no griping, no weakness, or
danger of faking cold, is experienced after the use of the
Regulators. Their action upon the bowels is pleasant
They create a good appetite, and Insuronn easy d'gostipn;
they purp Dyspentip, Costivenes,s, Liver Complaint, Indi
gestion, JJillious Fevers, Fevers ofall kinds, Diseases of Ihe
Pnco $1. RADWAY A CO., 102, Pulton street, oppo
site St Paul's. septl Sw.
IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS having permanently located in N.xsnvnxE,
respectfully tenders bis services to the suffering public
bcrofuUt,Ulc(rg,C!aMere, Tttter and Kiny H'vrms, treated
in a scientific mimnar. Ifedipinps jrpntlo, bqt active and cf-
lectivc, their use being ulleaaed with tjo unpleasant .consc-
quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
that he has settled in your midst, not for the purpose of hum
bugging or iimxising upon you, but to relieve tliose who may
uenngnr.u uisese wmcii are assiroying by piece
meal many ofycrr deserving and useful citizens.
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under
stood anil -WCgsiPjlty treated by Dr, i,
10 tnose wno may doubt ttm Doctor's skill in the healing
art, he would respectfully propose tliat they bring forward a
case of any of Uie above named diseases, (the worst that they
can conveniently find,) and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; I)-.
M. will then give his obligations tn furnish such medicines
as may ba newi4ry, ejlil iu sijiih quantities JVom time lo
timeas the cae may requiro, and, until aoure shall be ef
fecfed, positively no fee will be received, atul ifnoreiitflt
fitainal from Vie uetf tie mtdklnes, no charge wlutevrr
trill ie maJejirr advice or medicaus.
Tlie attention of masters and owners of servants is nat-
ticularly invited to the above. Those having servants af
flicted with Scrofula, Graeel, stiffness or soreness of the
limbs auijJoinU, wod fini it jo Ihoiradvant&ue tp ponstilt
Dr.M. 1S trealrntitit ij ripifd, and in no pase'will it be ne
cessary la lose time whild using medicines.
Respectfully, A NT 1 11U.MRUG.
All commnnications from persons at a distance, postpaid.
in closing five dollars, will be proinplly attended to.
UK. W. tl. .UUKK1S.
Oflice over Mutual Protection Insurance Otlice, Cedarst,
iarl'ost Oflice, Nashville, Tenn. mayl3 diwCm.
Extniordinary Statement. Tlie following slate-
meutofilio effects of D. A. Fahues'ock's Veniiifuge, from
a" respectable planter in Virgiira, must convince every one
of its virtue".
Pcince Euw.xnu Co., Va.
ilfssrt. 1. A. Ihlineslock d Vo.
Gents I feel it a duty that I owe to the public, to make
known the following.
A negro child belonging to me has been complaining for
some time loss of appetite, and frequently cri ing. Siiji
posiuglhat wormswas the cause, I gaveher in broken do-
a patt of a xial of D. A Fahnestoek s Vermifuge. Iu the
evening the child's mother called 011 me to come and see it.
To my great astonishment I saw a belt ou tho ground, of
about to inches wide and some twelve feet long (passed by
the clulu,; which, on nrsi glance, lookeu lite a siring ol
hackled shucks. The servants w ere .-eiwraling and count
ing them. Suffice it to say, trat the child pacd, that eve
ning and night, upwards of FOUR HUNDRED WORMS!
The child bean to eat as soon as the medicine ceased to
operate, and is now xvell. Yours, Ac,
I.U. V. lilliU.".
Sold wholesale and retail by all ihe principal druggi.ts
aud country merchants throughout the United Slates.
MEDICINES WHICH NEVER FAIL TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION, AND CAN BE RELIED ON FOR THE
CURE OF THE DISEASES FOR WHICH THEY
DR. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Aiemoeroi uie 1'lniauei
pliia Medical Society, and graduated, iu lS.'.o, from
I. .. f 1 1 1 j.. if. r .1. .
the UlllVerSliy OI I-eimslaitiii. M"Fi Me jjihujuiuc 111 ii.p
truly eminent Professors Phvsick, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe,
James and Harp. names celebratpd for melical sc.encc
and havinghaddaiiy intercourse and consultation with those
distinguished Pbysi-ians, respecting diseases of ull kinds,
and lbe proper remedies therefor; and being solicited by
thousand of his patients to put up his Preparations, be uuw
uffers to the public, us the lesults of his ex;erieiicc for the
past thirty years, Ihe following valuable Family .Medioines,
each one suited to 1 specific disease :
OR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGO-
Toe Greatest Discovery in Medical Science! Fnrall Nerv
ous Conditions of the System! Heart Disease and Nervous
Complaints. The astounding and happy effect of Dr. Rose's
Nervous Cordial, for Diseases of the Heart, Palpitation,
Niimbness,Neuralgia, Nervous Truiiiororthe Muscles, Heart
burn, Flatulence, Pain in the Face, Wakefulness, Restless
ness, or for the Mind or Ilody worn down by care, labor, or
study, has induced many physicians to use it in their prac
tice. For a xveak constitution, it is a good restorer; it com
pletely removes from the system all nervous irritations, and
is almost miraculous in it's rapid and happy effect. The
xcak and the nervous nre frequently restored to pcifect
health before asing tho bottle. Price lifly cents.
SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PUKIFIEK.
A valuable Spring Medicine fur purifying II10 Dlood is to
be found in Dr. ROSE'S SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND.
This preparation is made of fresh Honduras Sarsaparilla,
and combined with otheringredients, to render it the very
best Blood Purifierinadc As a Spring and Summer Medi
cine, or Drink, it is palatable, rcfreshing.and mediciual; it is
also efficacious in enriching the Blood, curing all Skin Erup
tions and Diseases, Scrofulous Sores, Voneical Disease aud
its bad effects upon tho constitution. Dropsical Swelliugs,
Rheumatism, from Mercury. Biles, Old Sores, Kidney and
Bladder Affections, and raising up a xveak nnd broken con
stifutl n from any cause.
Price, $1 for quart bottles;50 cents for small bottles.
Do you suffer xvilh any pain? If you do, you will find im
mediate relief by usingDr. Rose's Pain Curcr. It is thconly
prejwration xvbich cures almost instantly Sore Throat,
Rheumatism from Colds, Pains in the Side, Back or Limbs;
Face, Ear, or Toothache; Stomach or Dowels, Side or Back;
Stiff Neck, Utilises, Corns and Chilblains. Wherever you
have Jain use the Pain Curer. Safe to all ages, iu V2.ylt 2o
and 60 cent bottles.
All of the above Preparaf Ions, with Dr. Rose's Medical
Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of
W. W. DEURY A DI2.M0VILI.E,
M. L CARTWRIGUT. Nashville,
And ol Dealers generally throughout the State.
jly20 ly wAd
SET Dry Goods Merchants purchasing goods in Nash,
ville areieiectfully invited to examine, before purchas
ing elsewhere, an entire new stock of Staple and Fancy
Fall Goods, recently purchased of direct importers in New
Yoik, Philadelphia and Boston, on such terms as to
confidently assertto dealers generally that they can
make it to tlteir advantage to call and inspect their stock
to be opened about the 23th inst, at No. 7, College street,
by (augO) L.B.F1TE ACO.
ARTICULAR NOTICI2. Our accounts being
small and a great many ot them not worth the trouble
of collecting, we have this "day closed our Book, and will
hereafter do business entirely for C.xsil Persons wishing
to buy en these terms will find it to their advantage lo call
Persons having claims against us will please present them
for payment, and those indebted will please call and pay up.
afigt ; R A J XIXOX. -
CEDAR TIJIIIEK- I have constantly on naiiit, lo
miles from Nashville on the Railroad, Cedar Sill and
Liutel Timber, Flooring and all other Cedar Timber, at the
shortest notice. Also, Cedar Stakes, which I will livid ou
cars at $20 per thousand. Orders will be thankfully receiv
ed and promptly attended to by the subscriber.
junel-3m. " - JNO. IlU.U
, l'Xtt, ANP 1VINTEU
- I, IHP0ET4TI OX FOB 1853
, jl,ruRQAN & CO.,Jio. 4", rublie Square, are
A'--Jn.tn''r complete Stndjcipf STAPLE ant
- aww, .n vmmin, iu waicn inev in.
vito the attention of JlerchanU visiting JCashville, convinced
that cireful examination will bo found "to iliejr advantage.
Our eaily purchases in the months or April and Mar in
the heavy staph, of Cotton and Woolen Uoods, will enable
m to offer them to tho trade at reduced prices from 'the
present Eastern Cost;
Our Stock of Ladies J)ress Goods. Clotln
Twi-eds, Uoots, Shoes and -Hais, vriIU)e found much larBer
Wo are the Agents for Ihe celebrated good a manufacture?
by the LE1JAN0N' and Sl'AItTA Mills, n hicit hare given
..;,-.,..i iiT.-r,.;.... s.fat,.
We will purcliasc for Cash at the highest market prices,
x on, i-earners, uinseng, lieeswax, Jeans, ijnser and
JUUltUAN A CO.,
No. 47. Public Square.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry GoodSj
4S, Pulh'e Sqwre, Xasliville, Tennessee,
TTAA E r.ow in bfora their EXTENSfVE STOCK
XX OI" I-Alili AN 11 WINTUR GOODS, purclias
ed early in the season, at a much less price than similar
Goods can now be bouilit. and which the- ori ilelrmint
tof.ll for CASH, pito Jirewn and rejhviii.'e dealers at.
juices nun. wm lavoraoiy coimate wiiti piircnases made in
anv other market.
- lathis Stock will be found a great xiriety of
CLOTas, Dlaxkets, Hlack Silks;
Cassuilbs, Flannels, Fio'd Duess Silks,
Vesting. .Ijxsets. MmiiDi
Satinetts, , Cloakincs, Alpaccas,
Tweeds, Shaxvls, Meiunoes.
Je.ans, Ribbons, DaYadkre Robes,
Kesebx-s, Kxces, Deulnes,
Points, White Coops, llositnr,
Gi.xtntAu, Irish Ltnkn, Gloves,
Boots, Shoes, Hals, Caps, Trunks,
and a COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTH
INR. To theirprcsent heavy sfock they will during the season
maKesueti aaamons ot tlie NEWEST TMl'iiltTATmvc
as will give their stock a swehioriti- over any ever offered'
in this market
They are sole Agents for the salo of the superior
Tetiucssee- Sheetings, Osnabnrgs, &o., made bv
incamfm'anu JtidiUnd (Juin 11 nits, which arc cheaper
thfln nnt- rf ln l-'nefnim mviil.
They are anxious to buy all kinds of BARTER at the bih
NashvillCf August D3, 135C. 2mtww
H. & 3. DOUG-LAS 8c CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers,
No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tcnu.,
"VfOYf exhibit aud oflerfor sale a complete and desirable
In magnitude an4 variety this stock greatly exceeds any
ever ollered in this part of the country. Tlie styleand de
signs oi our cancy uoous are unusually ucaiititiu o.nd at
tractive. The purchases hare been made at lhn imwwt
poults for each article, and with every facility which expe
rience and large csish picans could secure. The shipments
n ei u mi muuiv in meeting ireo navigation in Uie Ohio and
Cumbei land rivers; so that the oot of transportation is an
cxcocdinglr small item.
We are, therefore, able and determined fo do better for
our customers ana those who may feel deposed to patronize
us. than they can do clsewhere.
We want Feathers, Ginsing, Beeswax, Wool, Linsev and
Yarn Socks, at their highest market value. "
, nnglt-mSni 11, A. l. DOUGLAS A CO.
JOSEPH V DUNTON,
WIIOLELALE DEALER IN DRY GOODS,
51, J'ublic Square, Ka sivifle, yenn.
Vu and tyintcr Importations.
HAS now open, for the inspection of "the public, bis full
and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry
This carefully selected and well assorted sffipk craiiist j of
Cloths, Cassiinerr, Satinpis, Hilka, French, English and
American l),-ess doods Plain and Fanov Prints, llata. Caps,
Bonnet., UmbielU, Carpel Bags, and stuff goods of all
Owing to the favorable purchases he ha irade xvith
thePasterh markets, be can offer the greatest variety aud
best selection at the very lowest prices that can be 'found
1 invite purchasers to give mo a pall Ijcfore making their
purchases elsewherp, mvirntceing to suit them in every re
jpec. Feather, Ginseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Yarn and
Country Pit luce bought at the highest market value,
augai J. F. DUNTON.
FALL QOODS, 1853.
DUNCAN, JQ1?GAN -t CO.,
A"'. 70 ni71, WAV Sjuare, Xa&t'dlt, 7lnneee.,
HAVE nuw in store and offer for aalo an extoniivo assort
ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
in part as follows, fa xrit:
l'i iuts. All the newStylesin great variety of patterns,
also, a large asoi tment of Blue., Greens, Black and White.
Liusej's. - In rich bright colors, Plaid, Reds, Blues,
Satinets. In Black, Blue, Stripes, Tlaids, colors and
Cnssinicres.Fancy and Black, variety of patterns,
Cloth;. .Black, Blqe. Urown. Drab, do- '
Pliiniiels. lit all widths, qualities, and colors.
Ulaiikets.-.-In all s'zes, qualifies, and colors, a very
large and varied assortment, of every description.
Shnxvl. An extensive nnd beautiful assortment, solid
colors, Plaids. Embroideriei, Ac.
Dress Goois....plain, Black an 1 Figured Alpacas,
D' Laities, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids in neat styles and rich
colors, uiack', i Iran aud tigured xx orsteu Surges.
V STINGS A variety of Stxles.
X BAR MUSLINS, SWISS MUSLINS,
INDIA HOOKS, NAINSOOKS,
A large asjorbnent of Brown Shirtings, Sheetings,
Bleached, Long Cloths, Osnaburgs, Hats, Caps, &c.
Which we are enabled to offer upon the most liberal terms,
by the package or piece. We invite the attention of the
trade and merchants generally to examine our Stock.
DUN'CAN, MORGAN A CO.,
auglT tf. Ntta.70qnd 71. Public Square.
NEW GOODS. '
THOMPSON & CO.
NO. 21. l'libllc Siiiarc. IVnslivillr,
HAVE iut n-ceivcil a large lot of NEW GOODS, from
the linstem Jlarkcls, consisting in part of the follow,
A large assortment of Fine Plaid Dress Silks;
u pain .
ALSO, large " " Mantle '
DIouse De Lnine,
Piaid end Plain, of all shadoi and qualities. A fine lot of
Plaid Calunere; also, Plaid GixkIs forchildicu's wear.
We have now the best assortment of Ribbons everoffered
lo our customers:
Plain Ribbons, all shades and qualities.
Brocade " " " "
Plaid " ' ' "
Morie Antiquo ' '
A fresh supply of Kid Gloves, white and colored.
Plain, Siotted and Rept. a fine assortment of each; also a
new simply of Black Satin National,
atigil-tf THOMPSON A CO.
Cases Boots, Shoes &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21and3G, Corner of College and Union streets,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1-J.10 CASE ISUUTS, SHOES, CAI'S,
THINKS, &c. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goods
they have ever offered 111 Ibis nuikct, and which Tor quj.ity,
price and wrtVtyxvill equal anv Stock in the City.
Merchants and all others" making their purchases in
Nashville, will lindit to their INTERLbT to give our block ,
un examination Lefnre buying. j
R. S. HOLLINS A CO. I
lP" Feithers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in .
exchange for Goods at the highest market price. 1
ugI7 tf u w o
G LASS WARE. -jOO boxes Fancy Pint Flasks;
f 00 " " i do,
100 " " Quart do.
For sale by W. II. GORDON A CO.
-' EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigne Brandy;
IU " " JIarrelt.tLos ao;
10 " " A. Signed s uo;
5 quarter casks Malaga Wine;
5 eighth pipe Muscat do;
2 kegs Slongliton's Bitters;
2 " Essence Peppermint;
5 bbls Old Rye Whisky;
to " Star " do;
For sale bv augsr W. H. GORDON A CO.
VTrRAl'PINt. PAPER. 400 bundles East Ten
Y nessee medium Wrapping Papt-r. Received per
Railroad this day, and for sale by
aujpT W. II. GORDON A CO.
G" OLD UN SYRUP. 100 barrels GoldenSyrup, a
suiiei ior article. 100 half barrels do.
For sale by aug27 V'. H. GORDON A CO.
)RESi:RVINC SltJAR '-'.)litnls tlmttall Crys-
labzed SiiLiir. for-pieserving. tor sale by
YOTIl'K By Virtue of
end&fiionaslrom the Honor
able Supreme Court of Tennessee, fo me directed, I 1
.it ... .i. . i.:i. ... i.m.i,. r..f if,i!i nf il. (v.... iiA..c !
xvill sell to the Inchest bidder, for Cadi, at the Court House
I door, in Nashville, on Saturday the Sth day of October, 1S53,
I one tract or parcel ofLand lying and being in the 'Jth Dis
I trict of Davidson County, and bounded as follows. Begin
l ing at the North East corner of James Whitsett's, dee'd, and
! adjoining the lauds of Crutcher, dee'd, R. C. Foster, dee'd
I and Saint. J. Carter, levied on as the property of Edward
Vaughn to salifv said judgment in favor of Timothy Dot
son, AdmistratJr, Ac - -V FUSSEL, Sheriff,
aug 23-twtd B v JESSE W, PAG E, D. Sheriff.
C0LERID3E S LITEaARY REMAINS.
COT.EURIDGK'S COMPLETE VORKSj lilited
Professor Sldd. Willi an Intrcdncfory Essay upon
imiosopnicai ana A iieologtcal opinions. Complete in 7
volumes. With a fine portrait iir vclume,VII. Small bro.
Y4. 1 Aids to ReOection Statesman's ManuaL VoL
II Tho Fiend. Vol 1IL Hiography Literature. Vol IV
Le otares.-on Shakspears a'lid other Dramatists Vol V -I
jfts- ary Rcnuins. Vol VI Second Day.Sermon and Ta
ble "'alt. Vol VIII Poetical and Dramatic Works,
We are sure scholars and theologians will m deli"hted
with tlie beautiful edition oMbe wrks of tlie great lb uter
J edaUr ian Kev 'ete.
, We 1 are exceeding rejoiced fd see tho worts of CoIeiiiW
in so beautiful ami
n.. (fA ; ii ..,4. .i . t..!
eTa Zl. S' ':, n'akii.ginall,asfur as the mblUber
goes, most readable book - aiurehmin.
-i2p,A TOON A RUTLAND. 44Union st.
DAXIEL .WESSlKltrS WOUKS, IN SIX Voi
UMES, in elegant biodingaLThi! Complet- Works of D VN
1EL WEBSTER. i.JJ
In mx vommes, in xriniis brndingsl " - "' - "
-" -P12 TOON A RUTLANI).4t Union st.
PICTORIAL DEFINE!.. '
Containing. (he most important words in, the Eng.
lish Language familiarly defined, and illustrated by over
1'ico Thitumni Kiujrachiijt, lo render them pleasing and
attractive; by R. Biutler.
This work is intended as a Class-Book, from which fo
leach Ihe definition of words in Schools and privafe fami
liespresenting the studies in such a manner as fd render
it pleasing and attractive.
There are more than two thousand objects, animate . and
inanimate, represented by engravings in this volume, which
also furnish a vast variety of subjects for-young learners in
drawing; now so extensively taught in our common schools.
septi TOON A RUTLA.ND.
ENGLAND AND ITS TEOPEE. A
ar ncca uillik.
COWPER; his singular Magnauimity of Character; Ar
gumertfurnishgd by his latter Religious History against"
the Selfish Philosophy Valley" ol IheOuse Approach to
uiney Appearance of the Town Cowper's House; Parlor;
Garden Pippin-free planted bythe Pootj-Summer-boiise
written within and without John Tawell Delightful Old
Woman Weston Underwood Thomas Scott's' noi'ue
The Park of the Throckmorton.? Walk described in "The
Task" Wilderness Ancient Avenue Alcove, Prospect
which it commands, as drawn by Cowper Colonnade
Rustic Bridge-Scenes of lue "Needless Alarm' Tlia Milk
Thistle, TOON A RUTLAND,
spt3 44Un-.ui street
Comprising a Summary account of the most distinguished
persons ofall Ages, Nations, and Professions including
more than One Thousand articles of American Biography,
By Rev. J. L. Blake, D. D. " 1
Lyeirs Principles of Geolojij:
Or, tho Modern Changes of the Earth and iU inhabit
ants Considered as illustrative of Geology, Bv Sir
Charles Lyell, M. A. F. R, S.
Hand fooIc of Uie Useful Aft,
-do do of Universal liiorprtiphy.
do do of Ititeyatitre and the Fine Arts.
Or, a Sojonrn in tho Old Dominion, Dy Hon, J. P. Kennedy.
A tale of th.e Tory Awwndoncy. By J. P-Kennedy-
TOON A RUTLAND,
6.U313 44 Union st.
FERN LEAVES, by Fanny Fern;
GREENWOOD LEAVES, by GraccGreenwood;
MODERN FLIRTATIONS, by Catherine Sinclair;
MILES TREMEMENHEUE, the Love Test;
JOHN RANDOLPH, of Roanoke, by F W Thomas; .
0. J. FOX, by Lord John Russell;
REVELATIONS IN CLAIRVOYANCE, by A J Davis;
LIVING AUTHORS OF AM ERICA ;
ALEXANDER SMITH'S POEMS;
RUM PLAGUE, by Zschockke;
THE SANFEDESTI: Or; A Nialit with the Jesuits at
Rome. Dv Edward Farruiiee, For sale bv
augl7 JOHN YORK A CO.
Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme
Court of Tennessea, during the years 1851-2. By W. G.
Swan, Stale Reporter. For sale by
JOHN YORK A CO.,
ang!7. No. 4 f, Union street.
J. YORK A CO. have on turn! a complete stock of com
mon School and Classical Books which they offer for sale by
the dozen or single copy, at reduced prices.
J. YORK A CO. have just received a variety of superior
Gold Pensr the best and cheapest article e-er offered for
sale in Nashville. Keery I'm Warranted.
"THE WIGWAM AND THE CABIN;" Tales of the
South, by W. Gilmore Siinms, author of "Kathcrine Wal
ton," it-c. Ac., 111 one vol. cl.
THE BRITISH CABINET IN one voL cloth.
READ'S POEMS. The Poetic, hj TAmus EvckamtH
ead. A new and enlarged edition.
POEMS BY MED1TATIS, in one vol. cl.
NORMAN MAURICE; or, Tiis Mam or tiik People. An
American Drama, by W. Gilmore Simins. Esq, author of
The Wigwam and and the Cabiu" fourth edition, revised
MODERN FLIRTATIONS; a Novel, by Catliarine Sin
clair, author of "Beatrice," Ao. ,Ac.
A MEMORIAL OF HORATIO GREENOUOH, consis
ting of a memoir selections from his writings an J tributes
to his geuius. By Henry T. Tuckerman lvol. cloth.
HISTORY OF THE JIASSACREE OF THE GREEKS.
ON THE ISLAND OFSGIO.BY. THE TURKS, with va
rious adventures in Greece and America. DyCP. Casla
nis. 1 vol. paper.
THE LIBERTIES OF AMERICA, by II. W. Warner of
New York. 1 vol. c! tit.
THE PEDESTRIAN IN FRANCE AND SWITZER
LAND, by George Barrell Jr. For sale by
augSO F. HAGAN.
KITTO'S DAILY BIBLE ILLUSTRATIONS: Being orig
inal readings for ayear, on subjects from Sacred History,
Biography, Geography, Auliquities aud Theology. Es
pecially designed for the family circle. By John Kitfo,
D. D., F. S. A. in six volumes. For sale by
augW F. HAGAN, Market street.
' BOOKS AND STATIONERY. "
I Hngnn, Ao.31, Marlel street,
Is now receiving a large aud completa assortment or
DOOKS AND STATIONERY, direct from Publishers and
Manufacturers, tonhicb he respccUully invites the attentiou
of Merchants and others wishing Fall supplies. His Stock
in Store and constantly coming, comprise a full assortment
of SCHOOL, MEDICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS;
LETTER, CAP AND WRAPPING PAPER; INK. PENS,
SLATE PENCILS; with every thing in the Stationery
LATIN. Greek, French, Spanish, and Italian Text-Books,
forscbools and Academies. For sale by
aug.W CHARLES W SMITH.
DRAWING CARDS. Coe's New Drawing Cardafiotu
No 1 to 10, for Schools. For saie by
augOO CHARLES W SMITH.
GLOBES. Terrestrial Globe., G inch and 15 inches, for
I Schools. For sale by angle CHARLES W SMITH.
THE NEW FALL HAT.
THIS DAY OPENED AT WATERFIELD &
fat is the same
nion, and is
rnat.lopil hv nil trim liavi. sp.sn it the A I'l'll L Ufii (if .
hatting. As the vrice and awilit of our hats are so xx ell
known, we need only say inai our lociiiuea ior niaiiuiiiciur
inare ample and complete, and our assortment is the lar-
. t.j . r...i tl...
eesi anu mosivarieu cuTuneim u
is 11- iTt-niML-I Tl
WATERFIELD A WALKER.
ARE respectfully invited to call and examine our stock
before purchasing. They nill find with us the right
kind of goods, and at low and uniform prices.
fa WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatlers, No. 20; west side Public Square, next
to tiowdey s. aiig-ji)
A DAGUERREOTYPE OP THE HEAD .
C1AN be accuratelr taken by tliat valuable Vrantmu-ter,
J at WATERFIELD A WALKER'S. Bv its aid thev
manufacture liats xx-arranted to lit every size anil shape of
x a r....Mi
nMIE LARGEST ASSORT.HENTOfFaiicyllats
JL and Cap, with Indies' Riding Hats of the fatest de
signs, just opened at
uugjo WATERFIELD A WALKER'S.
OPPEE. 50 bags strictly prime Itio IJ". "BW
W. II. GORDON A CO.
rpEAS. 100 packages
es imperial Gunpowder ana oung
tf W, IL GORDON A CO.
L 11 v sen aea, forsale
style xve have selected as our leading I
ntpil lir nil IliA urinrinal hatters in the U
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, &G.
; Cwper' Minor Operatins 1bntlCu;r.q.
i' .- ' Treelmx tiilw-
JJ-dte fery, J
Sihx-r aud G.E. tiifhelers,
Lnnets, all kind..
Si-riii-rea. a .r,
Medical Spoons.'-' ' -
Y Sjiecuiams, " -Denial
7ftrtimi and !'trlt AnV,
Sliver probes and Caiml.' '
Received aud for saW at tlie loxvest prices, bir
T AYR! I sj
ni r'SfS" "f iUn anJ ll6rtai"1n Market. tmr-Ute
i It is nomoie the moral duty of man to provide tbedtulx-i
V ""'ftjWIe he lives, than it is to loWe
1 against their being left penniless in the event of Ids Jeaili
Julin. Journal on Ltft Int.
TUK AHVAX1AGBS OfLItr fXSirRANBE,
-AS EXHIBITED BY THE
NET ACCU3IULATED CASH FUND,,
HAVE yon Insuranc; 0:1 your Life, fbr the benefit of a
surviving family, relatives orfnend-? Aretliey ful
ly protewfed. bv Insurance ouxour Life, from the raoTirtrin.'
that may arisfl from your nnexpecleil death, at a motnen t flf
cnioairssiHeii,peruapsoruiter liisoltency 7
ilSAACABBOTT, SC r rttEPtEH'SS. xnisox. paes'r
rif Airi cmr r 1 ' J'
JR. 11. X . 1I.XU, I
Dk. It. M. Poster, J
ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE JREliULAi. PAS
-pELLE-KEY, PEYTON A- KEY, i7MMr k- .
JO CoaviAXUKK. This larw and mainii- li-fccUssvii
ticent S.eamcr is nowundergoing a thorough
repair at Louisville, and wnll lake her iacc aaiiegtar
Packet in the above trade asstxiu as thci e b sufficient waturtl
ami will continue during the entire season.
lu point of speed, conu'ort nnd iwrety. the DEI J.E-KKY k
musuqiasscl mi the Western water?; whieh, with lhe :foiJZiJZiw
cxiwnence oP her geatlenvanlv (.'ommamler and the c-9Z ,?!??L?.
knowletlgeU Uusiness capacity or her UIerk(Mr, LetviaNonh
ern.) endWeS us confidently to recommend her to the busi
ness and travelling community. Mr. Nortliein will give
prompt persons! atfenrion to filling orders forGrwerie, Ac.
Zf" A share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
JOHNSON, IIO'RNB A CO.,
nugJ7 lm Agents.
J. II. CURREY,
Undertaker a nd Collin-maker.
CtJleye Mrftt, Xu. yijyi!e Srniai t livutt..
BEG leave to inform his friends and the publir.
generally, that he bos owned a regular Cof
fin Room, and having bought the right for nuuiii&ieturing
and selling in .Middle Tennessee, Skiff'. Patent Iudisliuef.
ible Air-tight and Air-exhausted Burial Cases, Wie bent
now in use for preserving ihe corp., he will keep a supply
of them constantly on hand, together with on assortment iX
all kinds of covered and xrood Coffins. He is preirared lu
furnish good Hearses and any number of Hack. tliat my
be wanted; aksoslirouds of every desenption, made in the
best style, together with every equipage necessary for fune
ral. All telegraphic desjulches or orders frmn Steamboat
and Railroad, or from ihe surrounding country will be
promptly atiended to. Particular attention paid to pre
paring and encasing bodies for tran.Hrtat.ou. All orders
left at hi. Furniture and Coffin Rooms promptly attended
to, both night and day he xvill give bis pereonul attention
to all funerals. Charges moderate.
J. IL CURREY.
N. B. Furniture and Maltrasscs of every description
made to order and of the best materials, and xvarranted; also
furniture repaired iu the best style and with dispafch.
aug27 c ex. J. U. C.
ai'co.nns, coRNr.Lius a- co.,
Funeral Undertakers for the Ci.7 and Vicinity..
Rxims corner of Cherry and Spring streets. Q
HAVE made arrangements with the Agent firthes!eof
Fl-SK'S PATENT IJIPROVEDMEIALLIC BURIAL
CASHS.and xill keefi.i constant supjtlyiHinand fbrfrtnerul
occasions, logvlherxiidi exerj thing else requisite on such
occasions, as Iiprvtnfori".
Persons living at a disfanc?, in theemmtnr or in neijrli.
bonng towns, can be waited on at short notice, b- sending
an 01 der or dispatch to
Jt UUJlUS, UWK.'Si'.LiILH tS CU.
Corner of Spring and Cherry St.
ITlnIertnI.ers in the citv can be supplied with 1
BCltlALCASES, by application as above
O naxeoiiliand a Uige lot ol xerysupei
rior FURNITUlili, coiiLting in partofjra
elegant High t'ana l renci. teUsteaa..
fine Rosewood and Mahogany Bureaus, x ardmbe. Sofas,
. . T an . . B
Chain of evecy descripliou, Uttomaus, Ceulre Tables
toevther with u larre lot of common Furniture, of the bwi
flnalerial and unsurpassed workmanship-all of nluelmve
xvill sell as cheap, tur cosh, or oil sliort credit, as any house
in tlie city.
Pine ilIattrasscsAVe are also constantly manufactu
ring a very superior quality of Spring, Uuir, Motf, Cotton
and Shuck Mattrosses.
auglS lm MTOMBS. CORNEU US A CO
TIIC SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
MANUFACMUKIMi COMPANY, are uoxv otferiagi
JTSEVsjiIeiidid assortment of Plain and Fashionable Fur
nilure at t heir Dep t ou Mai ket street, Thomas'g
K3a22neiv building, (betweeti Uniou Hall ail tbeW.
StpureJ xvluch thev ofl'er at prices to suit isireliasers", I I
both at lvbole s.ile and retaiL Tliey intend to give satistec
tion to purcliaser work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Wnrk attended
to Willi deatch. R. 11. GROOMS, Prest.
W. L-Naxiik. Sec'v stptpp
CASH ! CASH ! 1
WNTED attlio South NashvilteVurmture Faetwy.of
gHd SISONKD LUMBER .
lOO,!!) feet of 1,4 inch Walnut Hank--xvii1; "
50,o0 do io do do 3o;
50,(Ji d) 2 do do do do;
10),ho do Walnut Seantling, S Seet Ig, 4,-5 A Sin.fn'ie;
110,00 doCbeiTV h do do; .
10O.UOO do l i Chny Plank wide;. '
.W,"00 do ih du do; .- ,
50,iW do -2 do iU do:
50,'Hh) do Ash, ranging from ljlo ' w lhifc wide phnk;
Also, Pofihtr of ail aim tued Cir t'alMoet. HirHi, for
which xvill lie uuiiltni Jetivcrv.
A Isfl, 2 i T M gvl OA LIN ET JL K BRS wanted, ta n bom
fair prices will be given, in carlu Aim, 1 or 2 tfavd UP
HOlrfTERS. None but god wiifknteH need wpply.
snl7 " '
FURNITURE, CARPETING, OIL OLtWH,
rpllK subscriber Iu jut rrtHrned from Ihe It?
I Ei. and i coMtinntlv retrtvin all kinds r 1 1 r '
FURNITURB, CaKIKTIN. -e. Hist stoek at SkJ
present oonsisisw..ii:Hievrrx- anic-ie in lire unow
nes,aaaees:Teasmmec:.r. ) rurc-),u t
ili wall ti mil -lilic MninDAl tu sell low for cash or oi .
timefor approved paper.
TSirinrS, VALISES, aal C-5?.PET BAGS.
-r T I ' 1 1 . . .. ii wl rfs.li..l -I tun'i" iin.1 lliw a. HSrT
V sortment or Trunks, Carpet Bag iiul P
Valises. coniliiMf of Sole. ISag and Kip92Sri
leather Traveling Trunks and Valises, also of S.ixim Urns
lolls, Wilton and common Canet Bags, which n e xvill sell at
low prices. ICS. HOLLINS A CO
janl9 Corner of College and Union Ms.. Nashville.
FtTRNITTJRS! FURNITURE t !
TAM just receiriuga tine assortment ofFur-4
styles, which will lie xx-arranted as recommend- IT ? I
ed, and will be sold as cheap a the cheapest. Having en-
Urged my Ware rooms, I sliall keep an assortment ol Oil-
mix. Ac. Furniture of ullkin.ls made to order. Articl
iso xvtmiow euaae, viocs.
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 15, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot
iiUJiLr. .-ii.lv .iniiui..
WE have received by recent arnvals nine
m.. .inrinllnl I'axos. made
f iuvi i ' ivnssi- - jjr
t. T 1 I....I 1 A .Tin, lal.Iu.rt it CO- Of?
cash or good notes drawing iBterest, and warranted to give
V. A T.H. GREENFIELD & CO..
l iierutaneiilly withdraw mg. Many persons are indebt
ed to me by iiote and account, some for years, and J lil
tliev w ill call and ray up without further delay or trouble.
fhave removed my Books and Papurs to tho rooun ad
iiiingilessrs. AV. 1L Gordon A Co.
aitg 14 SAM SKA).; i
Tr KE YOOK OWN PitESEUVES Just ra
il JL ceived a small lot of fine bugtr, suitable for' PrWerr-
iL A J. N1X0N,
RAIIAM UREAD. Graham Bread for dfspep
tics, can be had every otherdayat
I A! I fl,feJitf9jl no-TpnTwla wito MacbiiKr.a
-iiVll.(-$u:rrat skill thatlhe ceuntrv afferdaVani
solic.tordcts. They are prejmred lo cxev-uits
RAILROAD MACRLNERY. '
'fts,jr9rfirM .fcw pae,r and Freight Wraths. .
cry VOcnofAjujt HJirtiUajHUK W flZl iToadfiw .
M-ijjuttejy ooii: fiu-x up S-orCimiter Savvs,
nI-sV ttilh thyi.htnd uh w.iv.ed modes. -.
v., GWST MILLS. -sre-s--
A-7ian.!Miic'iimMV r!i u(e.HT all .zt, coretilnij; in.
rMti MarhnMM y f..r Siupir SiU aud Cuilou UmijU
so MiuMMtr fee BUm Fnrnac, ubmciia GH h V-l-iJ5;HBt,Ac
v - r. r".-XG MILLS.
. fa"3ua. Cast W, ItoHec,, alMiaU nui&Mfj Ui Roil-uif-MiIU
oaavahda nvulr u(kurtA wis.
BKVSS AND fRtN CASTING.
Of any de-ritaon, vitb. UflMig. mill gwiajr. wafer
whwkk -aM jna, Ilanlc vaults. Jul. "Ac. nmlu . ui .-,lr
EarTrfimper; - s , Jr, 1 ,AiWrj Jjuj Th.mus, Aea', . wlio a political ma.
Fine Pcrfalfd Pocket KnlT4''cb.liW".hiraitu!j. JOHN B. JOHNSON
L ) J-li,rwiil ur tififv. a sma . .--twtwveHt of
"ime Mnbrtwierod ,,. ,,. Vi ,-. ,.rsalrbr
oj3l'. .... Miilst... McUILL.
S V . . UOI.IfcVIS-iWt..,. ,;,,rn.i.d iivftriety
Kr wi X.OII1
;4Uirs, f Ulest atx lew u I
f JF3StZu in ' - ' uiit-s I
clorrtJVJ- ETt arTile n r Z. S
I -Vm J. - . IU. i,'",,:N J n.-ssa a U ot
i Black KhI l!limbi
OjI$ Ve Usr"
. . .
. aags ... MTEHS 4 MtGILU
IeaadJBfci' Furnish!'. Mve, 06 rQxe street.
xtRLtxra AS . LXJK "
THBresHbtitftml imlm 'i'nisipe-i .! he llmpaal tor tho
IiiMr.e m-Tamx are tw uasl ,vtead al the Asr
turn Burfdintrs-n )ia4.ltir. i ihe .st (fay of Uc tuber
next, piBMnt 14m e hre' a? ihe tuet
mit;if4 lm- S K. (ih :.fIX, IrssV
ASIIVILLK riUlAU: IwriiXTK Tho
I ..r .1... 1 ......... t..
nex". Sitesitiu auDMiicitcr on i
Ses.-ion Soubis of the First R..,. .
"Hb. in tie
tar the di
Itev Fsawracl TVkjr. D D, i u.u
.)M K KMWMCtf. INI.,
1' 1 tce,
aitr If -f' ;W
3AGIJSAB8Al!0Mt AND I'i J. J
.: .' "MINT.
DOBYStfA YKAKOU t . .Win J V. ,
. Dour t ilMwLiMuviuV. Kr.
' Dour. vi A Kii'iitRiMiT. Mwcvi. ,
Poarss .VSr.MTUiMa, Sh Umts ,'.
Donrk &. Ymaawr, Munnihu. 'iVnn.
l)oaj. AJ1 AttM iiiinan. Naw UrH,as.
Ataar of the ntlove (;.jMi.simuin ...
ttp! PieturtM iteb bad In w,, ,
ke. twhHr mwH Wftpnr, .-uiitt .. Vf pr r;. ml
Hi oithKC wty-to runw4( artiste u rverv ifri 1 iittlw
a. Urn- xerfoiginifi' an- sacb, we 0.1 l inh !,'. n
lite on twanljda Ifrats. . . , . ;hi;VXH A t o.
A. B. PtcHlrW wm Ta rtriawf.irw eatr.tr, an.! ..f tie
ceascl penwns at all limcsi.
auglV ff DA CO
. I AS iut 'iiv-.tp 1 mi. 1 1 .1 1 . 1 1 .1 .... vtf 1
J.A itaiit: rllinu'r. IVi li... r ...- .....
Setts; Fob- Toilet" I:.s:!es I coitus. Puffli.i.GuW.lH.
IMcliers. Vksea. Ci 'fee L'uii,J.ijrl-v n., P....IL.i.Vu
Y tferd Itak&s, Ink Stands, Mr .-. r u.I r WerghiH, Tm SHt.
hilve-J lUtmlvf, Giilrln. aud Suli -unK wtth a n-u
vatMy otmhit fiuicy arlicl-; hp.lbr m ilh KtU and hSe
China, St4ie, re!t.,w. and vuin.i :. . ' vw m. All if
whieli are .fH'cred at wholesale m i.-t. n .a as reaooaWu
terms as any house ia the wesu i n iiheiin o boy
wares drii, as tijey are advami .)'. . I - I slbdl atl
vancellte price. " aig-jl in J. f. DARbKN.
IMPORTANT ISIPMVLXENT IX DENTIST2T.
T"I ROSS wdM rmnUtlbr 1 a rite U-.f
atlitilton tf th mUir to 11 -nw rft
uraov-su mitwih nr mtmrvfn .enririL J. tl
tmjth, iipoti which he S(t bern tur smhk time practHjnt;
with greut sneee.
, Tlie nnpnirwnrnt ecn-M in the trrth beingrranpl ep.
on a tlatrM)v p'.Uiinim, auU bv nMmns i-t siIm-wwi
ciMiipt iwd Uw tfsthwwt-phitg ait wi wined btthIt tbgwth
er, leaving no inlerstires tr the kxtirioeiii or secrMMMr of
fvl. at ttm mmv time feraimg un artificial gnt ImtMitt
ami liSlihif-m hftfrnnoeri kI wttirh is iepield 00 llta
inskle wf rtw u ot. a well m on;.
I 1 Hurer rwiwwwm ri lm ill ro rail anil exannae -pc.-
i mens m m improTwi nmmm at bnr nfierting iwmi, no.
I jr. Hp stair. t'oHtjn s4. ancif?
mnmnat am nun re
CHINA, GLASS. AND Ql'EKNSWARE, nnd
t ' ,.. . ,
I IT... r . . T . KfeK 1 WWj F ft
i iiun?o-Lmi- r:"-
I Aiht. L tMfc M t.-HVILLJL MSSfA.
1 L"7Yi7ts,unirtj--A very l.ir-"- and --l."i iwKwTnirHt,
oieasIl)e.short..iM''ii-t,L!' .tr. at
mxo Oiieeiiswitrt fhc la-
& J'stk iw Mtm aftriil m -tins n.'irk ', tvnracing
123 everylhing nsilr 'i in similar eL .-lurniiis,
for the C4iblroe CityTnule,at
Aug. in H!' V ' ' "A'.L
of C'HIAA -luterTaj
u, Mctoii or
. II LL
. rtr Waflcs.
V U ALL.
rty. f Englbh. 'jiJi
tuntixr ttun the saoi.' qui
It you du t bi'hcxe it. ti
UHITANiVrA ;WAKR Hi
pan 71 Tin. Sder Plamt MMi i .
Table Cntleiv, Ac, a gnH :
and Fancy .Vrtiole, suitable firf Pr -i . . -. K
in great variety,1
lARtlCJfJJJt. ,Al'fcSTliN -1
li tiw unosnallv large "and fpl.J !
hue TCA, DISSfeB, UEStdiUT. t il 1 1"'
and TE rK-A-TWniriITj,'f k .'.
l:h Mtapiiftrtnf, Aiwu, tjaeti.'.
lifavmme BwwK Ycm. -Damme '1
)MSi.e aMAVin'MBWHi UnMet. r 1 1: -.s, .
Jeerry SlaruJ-. ts4 acr Afti. I. e nr. j
Tl!itVk rVcSTrrram trt m
inipirfatiB9,aididbst'iar iihee .-' '
Trade atlrDrtae raitiniits. n
IJ 0ntp mmn imjkt vr dxu
. ull is.MMilL-a.''ilis. v ... .
Ntirthside Piiblic Stjoape. A.
NiOai jngt. lstf..,-td
i larxteil ti
-" " iljne
.nti,. , i t . Cfcaon-
-, -r ur own
u - Jtoth.'
IAn If hia V. 3 . L.X- .
i STtSVUfSOIf it, V'I'Ul
n.VVH wt hol irge and
jrflMA!Y lRT-!Wrs. xxl, ..
i be nr
: ami a
1 1l4ll Ik.'
cresp lor caff, is Ofrtcr m n
t,m;e tlwir Full p.TrduoJ. All
bergain gie them cult
U VV DKESS GOODS. 1
c-ide Silt; Silk !fcers rleragea oj 1
large lotof beantiful react. Jtus.ir.
sold exUeaivlyw for vaaii kj .
aiu?l STh'. iA
. x .Jtett .
. , vfcieu
T7RENCH NEED LIS 0
L1 A XHUE have--t ;" J-,1 " ' ,'
FrecS.dluWk.ulV,-s ' ; ' ,
Handkerchiefs, Wtrmr. ' " " .
they are i-Ung at verr r4l prie .
l"l ttxetveda Uirm vk J D. "
Linen Sneeting. J.;yie Dmm. a. i
L..rMkhr ut ,-sTHV.N
ri nNTLE-KESTK. F?JtN:SjriN(. GOODS.
IT All J- w8" pun.'. I -liaerr
Vestiirg, Lineus. Patent S'mt. I ! v jDr -
ers. HaU-Hose, linen and Silk Ma , r. , wai I
Cravat, call in f rB'."rWf U.VUiS, Nm.5t, t . i
lege si reel. tertbegMwe 4of elfwry few for C.i .i
der toBtakn-mfar tkm Faoali. aiiS-.
r IisTlNE SOU Ktl3rl t'HS APS. -Welwrc
I T a few duten of this fine ljmrr K-- le a a lir
s" . - f S , . I. . t
1 . . " .
uvdiiis,X-sR?-s .vttij cii j ' ont x
t adfes SffrapiHt Te fn.it !.:'.
" Kuta '
" and S ..
Jut receivsl hy J.
AaUel i -.
WllllHUBK llH-. tje8
-, tursJ bv