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nil DAY MORNING, SEPT. , 1853.
yVll. Pulmer, tLe American NawpapecAgent, is
ran oxlt al-tuobiio Aourr for this aiier in tlio.c;lies cf
..Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and is duly empows
sred to lake advertisement and aulcrjption.i.altlio rales as
E. 31. Carroll, is oor authorized agent for the city
ibis.. Ho can be found at the. !', 0. in lhat city.
J ,.,lr,v,4 -Mouroe. General Newspaper Agents'
Va ""'?tr? are authorized agents for the Nosh!
iie uiuou iu ijiuciiinau.
Particular Notice. Xo charges will be allowed
against the "Union and American office" or thctirin unless
, .authorized by special order from the linn. - "5
Daxcisc W'e call the attention of those who
: may wish to acquire a knowledge of this fasliiona
. Lie accomplishment, to the card of Manx Sr. Jl.tru
Stuart. " He lias testimonials from some "of the
best famil'cs in the South, and is doubtless at the
" 'head of liis profession. His classes meet'to day at
P. XL,' and on to-morrow at 0 A. XL, and at f P.
XL On Saturday evening he trill fonn a class ex
f clnsivelr for young men who cannot attend at the
dthcr hours.1 His ftay'in' our city will-he 'brief
only eight weeks aud all who desire to take the
course should make immediate application.
n!.i - . 1 1 -i-, - . : -
MECHANICS INSTITUTE. 1
In accordance wirlt the action of , the raeetintr,
held on last Saturday night at Fireman's Hall, the
following gentlemen have been appointed a commit
- tee to prepare a Constitution and By-Laws for the
:"'1XKclianle's Institute," and io confer "with the offi
cers.ofrtheLibrary Association in,Kference,tr the
union of the two associations.
Rev. J. B. LinibJey, chemist; Dr.-JVWood,
dentist,- Cornelius cabinet maker; Stewart, tinner;
"Warren, carpenterpMonohan, carriage maker, Tur
heville,.car builder; Bowman, pattern maker; Allen,
blacksmith; Stockell, plasterer; Brennan, machinist
and engineer; Anient, iron founder; AVellcr, copper
smith; Flowers, watchmaker, Freeman, gilt frame
maker; Webster, railway engineer, Morgan, printer;
''Burn?, sadlcr; XVard, Tailor; Sayers, shoe maker;
Erwin, boiler maker; Barkhorn, cigar-maker; XIus
, selman, tobacco manufacturer; Sloan, marble man
' .. ufacturer; Paul, brickuiaker; Horn, painter; .Nixon,
Coufectioner; Xlullen, agricultural implement ma
ker; King, gas works; "Walker, hatter; Stewart, man
ufacturer iron railing; Seabury, plumber, Fehr, book
binder; Mathurst, Composition maker.
The committee will meet at Firemen's Hall on
Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Sept. 8. J. TII0JIP30X, Ch'n.
- JlVlt Til K C.VIO.V A D AH IRICiN.
' The se wer from the Se wanee, onBank Alley still
continues to be a great nuisance. The stench or
miasma arising from it is almost intolerable. The
condition of this alley is to bad to remain so much
longer without endangering the health of those liv
in near it. On'k of the Suffereiis.
t-EOM THE :iOPKJNVItl.E rcrss
REV. JESSE 11. FERGUSON.
Tlits eloquent Divine preached in this city on
Saturda' night last, and on Sunday at U o'clock
and at night. He was greeted on all three occa
sions with the largest audiences that over assem
bled on such an accasion in Hopkinsville; and wo
suppose that no assemblage were ever more highly
pleased than wi're his auditors. For about twt
hours on each occasion hr enlisted their mot ear
nest and wrapt attention, and at tlw close of each
pennon, they lingered in t he house as if iu ivgret
that he had ceased to speak.
He spoke on Religious Liberty, Christian Tole
rance and Charity, and the Future State; and if on
- U these points he did not make full converts of hi
congregation, he certainly gave a tcjrible sho-k to
the dry bones or Old Fogyism and Antiquated u-
Upon his own griefs and persecutions he spoke
with much modesty, and briefly defended himself
fruin some of the charges that had been made
Hp allndwl to the place in which he spoke, (the
Court House,) and wiid this was the first time in
his life that he had ever been refused admission to
a house dedicated especially to thii service of Hod.
He spoke very feelingly on the subject, and as he
expressed his gratitude and thanks to those who
had thronged to give him their countenance and
support, he thrilled the hearts of the people and
brought tears to the eyes of uoarly every one pre
fent. XIr. Ferguson is certainly an Orator, and by no
means a feeble one. There is a grare, and beauty,
and chasteness in his language, and a freshness and
vigor in his style and manner, that maik hinras
no ordinary man; and the control which he pos
sesses over his hearers is surpassed by few of the
best Klitical speftkrc of the da-.
Jfe is what may he called tu "Young America"'
of Tlioology, and his blows at Old l'ogyi-m are as
keen IIh seimetcr of Saladin and as terrible as
the bnttle-atat of Cnjur de Leon.
But we are probably "going out of the way" ou
tin subject, and if we do not mind our P'sand l's,
inay be railed upon to prove our own orthodoxy.
V !me not, however. We di not wish to be
involveil iu religions diBussion, until tlie Louisville
and Xli'inplns Bailroad is built; and certainlj- do not
intend to take any part in the present controversy, i
"We merely wish to give a reflex of the matlersand
ihiiigs tliat are passing around us, and for the ben
efit of our readers to "catch the manners living as
It has been n long time since Hopkinsville has
heard Mich sermons, and never have we seen any
audiences so delighted aa were those who likened
to XIr. Ferguson.
The Hoc Cnor. The prospects of the coming
season, throughout Kentucky, and we believe Ohio
and Indiana are favorable for an increase over last
year. Tlie prevailing railroad mania throughout
the west may draw a considerable amount of ngii
cultural labor, but whether it will effect the raising
of stock or corn, very materially or not, remains to
be seen. The following extracts of a letter from an
intelligent farmer in Xladison county, Kentucky, to
the Cincinnati Price Current, is a fair index of the
state of the counfry m regard to the hog aud cattle
In the county of Fayette, the first of the State in
agriculture, I caused the commissioner of tax to
take the census of hogs more fully than the law re
quired. The result is listed in 1S32, 13,1S0 hogs,
over six months old. This year, 20.0G3. All, six
months over and under,59,3C-l. Nearly all of wlu'ch
1 itter number may be brought into market at home
The report of the Louisville Courier will give you
nn idea of the number of hogs oer six months old,
and the above data, a proximate estimate of the
whole number; all of which shows an amount of
hogs unprecedented in our State. Similar causes,
no doubt, have produced like results in all the hog
The two months drought prevailing all over the
State, caused the purchasers of hogs, lor future de
li very, to have some apprehensions of high prices;
but the late rains have been very fine, and corn
will be an average crop all throughout this section,
aud as lar as I can hear, throughout tlie State, ex
cept upon the poorest soils. 1 should say that all
lOgs suitable lor fattening, will be made fat. Stock
liogs are S3 per hundred, gros, and freely offered.
Fat hogs refused at same price. The amount of old
corn'is considerable, at SI 50 per barrel in the cnb.
New corn is selling at SI '25 per barrel in the field.
Cattle coming into winter aad fall beefare more
scarce than 1 ever knew them. I am now gi Jzmg
700 cattk only 100 of them will befit lor killing
thix fall, whereas usually one-half would have been
good beef. I found it utterly impossible in Ken
tucky to getaged cattle for grazing fat. Beef is six
cents per pound here now, and tuuat advance with
the fall demand.
The California trade has taken off most of the ex
treme western cattle, and own have been bought
in this county for that market. Tennessee has even
been hunted over for old oxen, to feed fur the X. w
York market, by Keutuokians and Oluoiuns. Jm-m-We
Down with thk Alanthls. A friend orui s.
ars the Cincinnati C.mi cW, distinguished li r bis
fcientilic researches, states that lie has recently
moved the poisonous qualities of the Alanthus i ee.
A decoclion of the leaves will kill dog ... half an
hour, and the leaves, alone, will kill hornet,.
"Pown with the Alanthus." . . ,
XI iRRiED On Sunday evening, 4th.inst, at the
residence of Rev. Dr. Lapsley, XIr. W. B. Gai.
breth, of this city, and XlissXlARV R-Petwav, of
THE OCEAN STEAJKERS.
Sailing Days to anil trom the Uaiteil States. J(
AHnCA. (I5r.) Liverpool, Julr 30, for New Yoik
GBRMANIA. Bremen, August 1, tor New Y ork
f!ATf ADA. Ur.) Liverpool. Aur.20. for..,. .Boston
ATLANTIC, c Am. Liverpool.Aug 24,Xor..i . -.ltostan
jxtoI, Aur2fi, tor '.Pliiladelpliis
ASIA. I Ur. ( Lii-crjHiol, August 2T, for . New" 'i ork
1IAUSA. Itreincn, August S4,.for ..,rcw York
ANDi:S, (Br.) Lherpool, Augii4 31, for...... IVston
ARCTIC, (Am.) Liierjool, Scpt 7. for....i....NewTYoik
WAM1IISGT0N, (Am.) SoutliamptonlSept
1 4a for. . . . 3k 6fY qiIc
flWil TUB UMTKU STATES.
NIAOAU.V, Br.j Boston, Aug; 17, for. . ;.Liverpool
ARCTIC, (Am.) N" York, Aug 20, for Liverpool
AFRICA, (ISr.) New York, August 24, for.,, Liverpool
jii'jLiivuui, .viii.j jew lurK, Aug, - , iur..
AMERICA, (Ur.) Ifcwlon, Aug81,for..
CDLL1.S, (Am.) New York, Sept
SentS. for .Liveroool
Alt A III A. (l$r.) New Y'ork. Sept 7. for Liverpool
HERMANN, (Am.) N York, Sept 10, for.. .. .:...fouth'on
CANADA. (Hr.) lkwton. Sept 14, for Liverpool
COLLINS, (Am.) NewYork,.Aug 17, for........ Liverpool
ama, (Ur.) Aew lore, Sept21, tor....... .laverpool
3j James F. Fai-lkncs is a candidate for Register of
the Land OfTico for Middle Tennessee at the ensuing session
of the LegUlaturc.
13?" We are aulhoriied to announce Hosts Sixcletox
as candidate for Mayor, at the ensuing election. "
gF" I am in the field again for "the high and responsi
ble office of May or." Iam opposed to raUing the salary of
the Mayor from 500 to $ leOO. I am opposed to giving
Aldermen ?2 a silting and roost beef. I think these "city
fathersj1 ought to be content with the honor of office, espe
cially as itc arc taxed enough already. I am in favor of
the Mayor (jiving his salary to the poor, and if I am elected
I will educate every poor man's child in Uie city. "1 have
no enemies to reward nor friends to punish," and if elected
will serve all "the world aud the rest of mankind."
t5?7 "We are authorized to announce Jonx II. Sloan and
Y. A. Glexx as candidatei for re-election as Aldermen in
the 2d ward.
3y"Ve are authorized to announce Dan Teioo as a can
uidato lor .Mayor at the ensuing election.
We are authorized toaunouncsG. XI. Fogo as a can-,
didate lor Mayorat the ensuing election.
JgVe nfe authorized to announce W.II. Hoax as can
didate for Mayor.
3T We arc authorized to announce Ml C. Sayces as
a candidate for Alderman in the First Word, at the ensuing
I3f Wo are authorized to announce S. R. S.veix. as a
candidate for Alderman ia the Fourth Ward at the ensuing
J5jf" We are authorized to announce Capt. Jons Colt art
us u candidate for Alderman in tlie tirst ward ut the ensu
Irif" We are authorized to announce the name of Benj
S.'Welleu as a candidate for Alderman in the Sd Ward.
23". We are authorized to announce James W. Felts as
a candidate for Alderman in the 4th Ward.
ISiF" We are authorized" to announce 11. II. Baowx as a
candidate for Alderman iu the Fourth Ward.
257" We are authorized to announce L. "W. Fcssel. as a
candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson
county, at the next March election.
JSf"We are authorized to announce Joux K. Eouondson,
a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.
J37"Wo are authorized to announce Exocn Ccnxixgoav,
as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election.
ZTWe are authorized to announce William Ldto-, as
a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing
3f" We are authorized to announce E. B. Biglet as a
candidate for sheriff, at the ensuing election.
CLERK OF TOE.COnXTV COURT.
iS"Ve are authorized to announce Josiah Febris as a
candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election.
23We are authorized to announce Felix K. Cheatham
a candidate for re-election for County Court Clerk at the en-'
S$Yi are authprizad to announce Isaac M. Joxes acan
didate for County Court Clerlr, at the next March election.
for corjrrr trustee!
J3? We are authorized to tuinouuce Joax Raixs for
re-election as County Trustee at the ensuing election.
Zf We are authorized to announce TnoVAS Scmxes as a
candidate for Trustee of Davidson County.
-3f We are authorized to announce George Clark as
a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March election.
lilf We lire authorized to announce the name of W. K.
JIu.nter (Collector) as a candidate tor Trustee lor Davidson
coimi v nf the next March elections.
MEDICINES wmcfe IJEyEJl FAJL TO GIVE SATIS
FACTION, AND CAjfllE BELIED QJf Fgg TBiE
CUEE OF THE DISEASES FQH WHICH THE
DU. J. S. HOSE is an IIonorarvMembeToflho Philadel
phia Medicil Society, and graduated, in 1850, from
the University nf Pennsylvania, under the guidance of tlie
truly eminent Professors I'hvsick, Chapman, Gibson, Coxe,
James and Hare, -names celebraled for medical scence
lieinjj solicited by thousands of his patients to put up his
l'rojur.iioitf, lie PPtv offers to the public; as the results of
his experience for the pat thirty years, the following valu
able Family Medicines. each ono suiled o spfccifio disuase;
1)11. J..S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGO
Tae Greatest l)icovery in Medical Science! This aston
'sli ! picparatiou for raising up a weak constitution de
bililaied bv parp; labor, Mudy or diseaee acts like a charm.
It gives strength and apiielitp, and poiiusscs great im igora
For lleart Diseases, all "ervous "Affections, Flatulence,
Heartburn, l!esiles.-ness, Numbness, Neuralgia, raising the :
spirits, 3111J giving power to the whole system, it is almost
miracuIoLi iu its effect. 50 cents a bottle,
A Medicine for every I'ainilj'.
Do vou sutler with nnv tmin? If von do von will find
immediate relief by using l)r. J S. HOSE'S 1'AI.V CUKEK.
It is the only preparation which cures almost instantly sore
throat, rheumatism, from colds, pains in the side back or
limbs, face, ear, or tooth-ache, stomach .or bowels, side or :
or back, stiff neck, biuises, corns, and chilblains. There is
i)i)t hing eual to it forlttuipsor rising in the breast. Where
ver you liave pi;; use the J'ajn Cuter, safe to all ages.
Price 12.' i, 25 and 50 cent.
Tor nil Diseases ol the Kidney mid Rladders.
Dr. J. S. Iloff's Compound FluiJ Erlract of JSuchu.
This is decidedly one of the best remedies ever used for
diseases of the kidncyp, bladder Ac , and also for goulv af
fections; always highly lerommended bv thelate ilr. Phy
sic, and niaiiyof the moft distinguished medical men
abroad. Price SO cuts.
. For female ConijilojnU,
Dr. J. S. Ross's Goi-DEX Pii.iji, for falling of the Womb,
Female Weakness, Debility and relaxation. Price 50 cents.
Da. J. S. Ross's Fmialk Spicule. A lemedy for r.aiuful
Menstruation, Leuconhcca or Whites. Price one dollar.
Great Cure for Coughs and Colds.
Tub 1!ist Cocr.ii Svaue in the Worli. Dr. Rose's cele
brated Cough Syrup, gives immediate lelief to the worst
cough, whether consiuiijitive or pioceding from cold. It
allays any irritation of the Lungs, and fortifies the system
agaipst future attftvkt. In bottles at 50 cents and ?1.
The oxli Cire for DspEfSU, Liver Complajxt akd Is.
uioESTiox. Thousands have been cured of the above com
rv off all socrstiop-, keeping the bowels open and regular,
aio giving strength aud appetite. These medicines contain
no Calomel or Mercury in any form, but possess great tonic,
alterative, stomach and liver compounds, which never in
jure, but always improve the constitution, as thousands can
All of the above Prepaiations, with Dr. Rose's Medical
Adviier to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of
W. W. MERRY A DEMOVILI.E,
M. I. CARTWIUGHT, Nashville,
A. EDDIXGTO.V. Gallatin,
McCLAIN & DALE. Columbia.
And of Dealers generally throughout the State.
jlySO ly wAd .
f3f" Dry Goods Merchants purchasing goods in Nash,
ville are respectfully invited to examine, before purchas
ing elsewhere, an entire new stock of Staple and Fancy
Fall Goods, recentlyjiurchased of direct importsrs in New
Yoik. Philadelphia and Boston, on such terms as to
confidently asscrtto 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 iniurS) L. 11. FITS A CO.
"FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADLES,
Mtu iUd jice wiU Eus of XathcilU, Ttnn,
I7ACULTY. Mrs. Catiurine Joxes, Principal, Instruct
" ress in the French aud Lalin Languages and in Intel
lectual and Moral Science.
Prof, ol Ancient Languages to be supplied.
MissS.ntij Belle Stewart, Instructress in Mathematics
and Penmanship. .
Miss Ji-UA Stewart, Instructress in the Primary Dc-
parmiicn professo, 0f Instrumental and Vocal Mu-
S' The SIXTH Collegiato rear of this Institution will com
1 mence on the 5th ot September, 1 S.W, and continue forty
i eeks. It will be ji very gi eat advantage to all who wish
t btoom pupils in this institution, to be present at the
npeiitnirof the season. No deduction in prices can be ex
pected f.irHiose why enter within one month after the com
For iirticulars address, o- ,V t,
sept'".- tf MinerM Ctllegf, Tenrt,
r pll E undersigno.1 having just arrived from Neiri ork and
.L I'hibilelpliia, he wishes to infonii his friends and for
I n.er iMlnms. tli it lie lias purchased as large and tine assort-
int-iil f tieiiile oeii's ( l.ithing and Furnishing Goods that
, has evw been bnmglit lo .Nashville. They are now ready for
iii-peeiinii at his sli'ie.Hie
WORLD'S CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. II, Public Square.
lhaeta'.en luilicu'.ar jiauis to have made an assortment
i of Kctm CliMitfi lor Gentlemen, weighing Inim 800
to VxilLs., and who haicalways beeti pay mg high prices to
tho Merclunt Tailors.
I ALSO, a splendid assort mentnf India Rubber Goods, and
j from the age of C years and upwards.
will take pal ticular notice that lean supply them with Cloth,
ing and Furnishing Goods either wholesale or retail, as
low as anv one in the city.
ALSO, "just leceived a largo lot of fine Plush and Cloth
Caps of various sizes, which I cau sell ttc(nty-f.re lr cent.
Ion er than any other house in the city.
Oome one, come alt, to M. POWERS'
World's Cloihing Emporium,
augSO Sm No. 11, Public Squire, Nashville.
llIIMi:OI.nT.Am. Jlavrc.Auz. a, tor.....
AMKRICA, (Br.) Liverpool, Aug it. for ...;Boston
PACIFIC", Mm.) Liverpool, Aug 10 for New York
Alt I5IA. (Br.) Liverpool, Aug IS, for. New York
HERMANS. Am.1 Southampton, Aug 17, for.. .New York
plaints, and tens of thousands more can be cured, it tney
will take Dt. J. S. ROSE'S J)ijtilic Compound, and hu
J nti-liilioui or lijUrowl I'M. The Dysiieptic Compouyd
nets direcilv on the Liver and Stomach, whilst the Pills car-
"TELEGRAPHED TOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN.
CrKctxsATT, Sept 8. Tho steamer North Amer
ica was discovered to be, on fire at 1 o'clock this
morning when lying near the dock at Fulton. The
'flameVspread so rapidly that no efforts were jnadc
to save. her. The steamers Clara and jEuropa were
lying alongside and took fire; the latter cut loose,
hot was considerably injured. The former was
burned to the water's edge. The North America
was insured at Pittsburg. Both were old boats.
Xfarkets Tinchanged since noon. Flour dull and
rmsr large sale
- AT AUCTION,
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.,
On Tuesday, Wednesday niul Thursday,
Septer:iler ISM, lith andlZth, 1353.
WE will sell at anclion, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
and THURSDAY, September 3lh, 14th and lSlli,
without reserve, the largest and best assorted str;k ever
offered in Nashville, of lore'gn and Domestic, Sfajde and
Comprising the greatest variety. Ladies Dress Goods,
Woolens, StiiQs, Women and Gentlemen's Wear, superior
blacr and colored Twilled French Cloths, and Doe Sinn Cas.
.simeres; new style Pancy Cassimeres, Mottled Cassimcres,
black, blue, cadet and mixed Satinets, Fancy Plaid do. of
enurely new patterns, ilanno Janes, black, blue, grey and
gold-mixed do, bright colored Plaid Jeans, black and fancy
Silk and Satin " esting, Cashmere and Velcemies da,
French Vest Shapes, black Silk Velvet of superior nuality,
black and colored Tabby Velvets, high colored Cossuneres,
Cashmeres de Coss, Muslin de Lanes, Scotch Plaids, Can.
ton Cloths, Solid calored Muslin de Laine, all wool French
and English merinos, Silk warp Alpacca, rich lustre, Bro
cade Alpaccas, fancy colored Alpacca, silk figured Lama
Cloth, extra fi-i Cashmeres, gloasv. black Iustering Silks
of all widths, fancy colored Silks, Dress Silks of new style
and great variety, rich Paris lig'd Rlk Silks, Plaid Silks, Wa
tered Poplins, Lyons blk SilkVclvet, fancy Paris Silk Ves
ting, Barathado, Bonnet Ribbons of great variety, ncwstylcs
and superior quality, black and colored Mantua Ribbons,
uap ana mact eivei ao, urown, green and blue Jterage,
Silk Gloves of all qualities, Cloth Gloves fleeced lined,
Men's and Women's Cashmere Gloves, Twisted Silk Mitts,
Lace Mitts, and Gloves of all the different prices and qual
ities. Black and colored Casimere, Alracca, Lawns, Wool
and Merino. Hose and half Hose, black, red, blue, yellow
and fancy colored Prints j)f every variety; four quarter
double purple and English Prints: Furniture Prints, Tur
key Red do., Cashmere do, new style English do.;
bleached Muslins and Drillings of all qualities and widths;
brown Muslins and Drillings of all widths; blue, drab,
rea, green ana moruie liianKets; large stocK ot i5ed Ulan'
Blankets, Plaid horse do,, white, yellow, scarlet and green
Flannels, Bed Tickings. S-4, 7-3 and 4-4 wide Furniture
and Apron Checks, llickojy Shirtings, Mariners stripes,
and counterpain Checks, Fancy Nett Caps, woolen Hoods,
woolen Comforts, and the greatest variety of Trimmings
and Lace work, white goods of all qualities, Swiss, Nain
sook, Book aud Mull Muslins, Jaconctt Cambric, Cross,
barred Muslins, white and colored Cambrics, Needles
Pins, Silk, Linen aud Collpn Threads, Buttons for Orer
coafs, dress coats, mpts apd vests. Braids, Tai'fs; Ac. Ac
Also 500 cases Ccavcr, Silk, Moleskin and Angola jlats,
Ivpssuth and Mexican soft Hats, black, white and colored;
black and colored wool Hats, large stock of Capa of every
variety. Umbrellas, of all the dilfcrent sizes and qualities;
new fall style SiJk Bonnets, trimmed; Travelling Bags,
Carpet do., Satchels, Hardware, Cutlery, Paper, Ac. Ac.
The stock is the largest pver offbred in. tfiis njai kot, and will
be sold freely. Several largo consignments which ne have
instructions to close. The latest styles of French and oilier
continental compose a large portion of this stook, which
willba sold without reserve. Terms liberal,
augSO DUNCAN. MOUQAN &CO.
TO EARLY AND CLOSE BUYERS OF READ? MADE
LANDE, ELSBACH & CO.,
Hannfacturers and Dealers iu
READY MADE CLOTHING.
OWING to the increangdemandof ReadvMadp Clflili
ing in this market, wp hae iiis season 'laid iu an un.
usual heavy Mock, a great part of which we have now in
store, aud which we are enabled to dispose of on the very
lowest eastern market prices and very satisfactory trims.
We would therefore re5.iectfully imite" country Meichanta,
visiting this city, anil others in "the Trade, to make an exam
ination of our stock before purchasing.
sept2-tr LANDi; ELSBACH A CO.
fj.VJfqq, IHjSHAOIf Ac CO.,
HAT AND 'CAP MANUFACTTJEEHS,
Au, 50, 'Xorth Jfartfl i'lretf, Xashrille, flnaw.
WE have introduced, this wpvkthp FAJJ, STYLE
OF SILK HAW, which iu beauty or finish, tevlure
and quality, are unsurpassed in (he city.
ALSO. A complete assortment of CAPS, manufactured
of the bet material, the attention of one of the firm being
chiefly devoled to this branch.
We Hatter ourselvs in being able to give satisfaction to
those who may favor us with their pationage.
Country Merchants qro respectfully solicited to examine
our tock Ijefprp purchasing.
sept2-tf ' lANDELSBAClI & C 0.
JUST RECEIVED. A large" supply of Kossuth,
Magyar and Metropolitan Hats, which are for sale low
at scp2-tf LANDE, ELSUEC1C & CO.
riiA?KCiscp, fc WHiT.n.v.ws
FALL STYLE OF HATS.
WE are prepared to-day lo wait on our customers who
have favored ns with their orders, and all others
who desire a choice Hat, either of our onn or the Palis or
New York Fall Styles, can be accommodated. We have
taken great pains in selecting our shies for the Foil, and
every gentleman who wishes to be in the fashion will please
pal and examine our beautiful stvles.
EHANCIS0O A WHITMAN,
sepl3 2SL lublicSquare.
"VfEW STYLES" Ol lUJSINESS AND TRAV-
X ELING HATS We introduce to-day many new
styles of traveling and business Hals, which we caniecoin
mend to be superior to anyt ing in the market. At the Hat
Store of FRANCISCO A WHITMAN.
BT.OO.MER BEAVER AND VELVET RI.
DING HATS. Ijidy eiiUBStriuns are inritedto call
and examine our beautiful styles of Riding Hats. They are
something entirely new, and just the thing to grace the
ncadolaLadv. riiauiSLU v jii ui...
T?VERY NEW AND SEASONARLE ARTI-
JLi CLE of the choicest qualities in the Hat and Cap :ine
is to be fouud iu our retail department
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
sepl3 No. 23, Public Square.
MORRIS & STRATTON.
" Wholesale Grocers, 1'roduce and
C Q M 3 I tj S I O N MERCHANTS,
1KD DI4LKS IN
Foreign aud Domestic Liquors,
Corner ot Clarke and Market streets.
HAVE now in store and for sale at very reduced pricts
200 IlogJieqds choice New Orleans Sugar,
100 bbls Loaf Sugar. SO bhls Powderod Su-.ar.
'M0 bags very superifr Rio Coffee,
300 barrels choice re-boiled Molasf es,
100 kegs Eastern Nads, best brands,
200 ba.-rels Now York Mills Flour,
150 boxes Star Candlos, 50 boxes Pearl Starch,
100 do Rosin Soap,
200 Iteams Wrap Paper,
0 bbls pure Cider ir.egar
20 boxes Imperial Tea,
900 bbls Ohio Whisky,
100 do Bourbon Rye and
50 bbls old D 1) do "
200 gross .Malcues,
50,000 fine Regalia Cigars,
100 bxs Tobacco, vrs brd.
50 doi. Broonia,
2000 lbs sugar-cured Beef
10 ceiooiuS. i. Indigo,
1 cask best Dutch iladder, loO bbl A Jiuines American
150 do sup carb Soda, Brandy,
50 bags black Pepper, 23 bbls American Gin,
23 do Ginger, 25 do N ERum,
1000 bags fine & coarse Salt, 25 do Malaga Wine,
1000 bbls No 1 Kanawa do. 30 do Port do
10 bbls Madeira and TennerifTe Wine,
5 pipes supe.iorOld Cognac Brandy,
2 do do do Champaign do
50 ban-els Walker's Summer Ale.
W.th a great variety of other articles in the Grocery line.
aug23 M. & S.
H. G. SCOVEL,
Druggist and Apothecary.
Xorth tide of at I'vlJk 'Square, 3 doort West of tht
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paints, I1bi'SKE3, PitErciiERr,
Powder, Oils, Dte Stuffs,
Fanct Articles, Shot, VAnxisuia,
Glass; Glassware, Lead.
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
VTEIIO ABDOmXALSUPPOIlTKIiSand TRUSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES,"
Drug!;, Medicines, Chemicals, Ac.
XadiviVf, Jfnrch 11, 1353.
IIITE LEAD. 200 kegs, Pure and No. 1 White
Lead, for sale low for cash, by
sept2 II. ft. SCOVEL
T OB ACCO. ijaughorn & Armistead's best Gold Iat;
for sale wholesale or letail by
sept2 II. G. SCOVEL,
L" YONSAj BROWN'S Jiaice(f Jamaica Ginyr
both of which the subscriber can recommend as pos,
sessing extraordinary curative powers in cases of Cramp,
Cholic, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Nausea, Aa, for sale bv
septa ' II. G. SCOVEL.
OAP Tit great American, Mi CtmjiaHtft Soap,
which cleanses Cloth, Linen and fabrics of every de
scription, without the process of boiling and rubbing, on
hand and for sale by the bar or in boxe. Families and the
Washerwomen find it good. For sale North side the pub
lic Sonare. 3 doors west of the Nashville Inn, bv
Mpt2 II. G. SCOVEL.
ATCHES.-7S gross Chailes Patnoges Wood Box
Matches, for sale uy
IARTICUIiAJt nuriuii.-uur nccounis Demg
snull and a great many of them not woi th the trouble
of collecting, we have this day closed our Books, and will
hereafter do business entirely for Casil Persons wishing
to buy en these terms will find it to their advantage to call
Persons having claims against us will please present them
for payment, and those indebted will please call and pav up.
augi RAJ NIXON,
MM i I M MM S MW EW1 KUCU UUlt &SI Iff IUUt (!.
FALL AND "WINTER
IMPORTATION F&R. 1853.
"JITORGAN & CONo.PubneSquare.arenowopen-
M ing their complete St of StXpW and FANCY
Dry Goods, lioois, Shoes, HaU and Caps; to which they in-
Uiat careful examination will be found to.heiradvaVtl
Our early purclmses in the months of April and I May in
l,e reuuceu lnces from the
uuroiocK o jaies in uooas, uitii. UasdimeresL
1, 1 .. Ol tfola 1... r J i .
... t-., ! l- t r i
Wewillpnrcha.rCashat the highest market prices. !
u.'.i , W.. ii.,. si ...?". !1
Feathers. Ginseng. Beeswax. Jeans..
Nu47. Public Square
H & B. DOUGLAS & CO.
rlcrs and Wholesale Dealers,
No. 54, Public Square, Nashville, Teun.,
NOW exhibit and offer for sale a complete and desirable
stock of Foreign and I)um.etie Dry Good, Hate,
Caps, JSjnneli, WmbreHix, Jio'iU, Jircjiin, Shoee, tjjppere,
Carpet Bag, iVriting and H'ritjyying J'ajr, 4c., Ac
In magnitude and variety this stock greatly exceeds any
ever offered in this part of the country. The style and de
signs of our Kancy Goods are unusually beautiful aud at
tractive. The purchases have been niade at the lowest
points for each article, and with every facilitv which expe
rience ana large tasn means could secure. I ne sinpinents
were fortunate iu meeting free navigation in the Ohio and
Cumberland rivers; so that the cost of transportation is an
exceedingly small item.
We are, therefore, i.ble and determined to do better for
our customers and those who may feel disposed to patronize
us, than they can do elsewhere.
We want Feathers, Ginsing, Beeswax, Wool, Linsey and
Yam Socks, at their highest market value.
augl4-BTw3m II. A. B. DOUGLAS A CO.
JOSEPH F DUNTON,
"WH0LELALE DEALER IN DRY GOODS.
Xo. 51, Fublio Square, Xathville, Tenn
Fnll nud VYintcr Importations.
HAS now open, for the mfpection of the public, his full
and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry
This carefully .'elected and well assorted stock consists of
Cloths, Cassimere, Satinets, Sdks, French, English and
American Dress Goods Plain and Fancv Prints, Hals, Caps,
Bonnets, Umbrellas, Carpet Bags, and stuff goods of all
Owing to the favorable purchases he has aade with
the Easterh markets, he can offer the greatest variety and
best selection at the very .lowest prices that can be 'found
I invite purchasers to give meacall before making their
purchases elsewhere, guaranteeing to suit them in every re
spect. Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Yam and
Country Produce bought at the highest market value.
FALL GOODS, 1853.
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.,
Xo. 70 and 71, FuhUe Square, Xaiiic&f, linneseee.,
HAVE now in store and oQer for sale an extensive assort
ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
In part as follows, to wit:
Prints. -All Uie newStylesin jiraat variety of patterns,
also., a large assortment of Bfues, Green J, Ula.ck and White.
L,insejs.-,-In rich bright colors, Plaids, tfeds, Blues,
Sntinets..--In Black, Blue, Stripes, Plfttds, colors and
Cassim.erQs,-Fan.cy and Black, variety of patterns.
Clolht.i-iUIack, Blue. Brown. Drab, Ac
Flannel.-In all widths, qualities, and colors.
Waiihets In all siies, qualities, and colors, a very
large and varied assortment, of every description.
Shawls. -An extensive and beautiful assortment, solid
colors, Plaids. Embroideries, Ac
Dress Goods, Plain, Black anl Figured Alpacas,
D' Laincs, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids in neat styles and rich
colors. Black, Drab aud figured Worsted SurgeiL
VESTINGS-.aA. vfirH.y of Styles,
$ B.I MUSLINS, SWISS MUSLINS,
INDIA BOOKS. NAINSOOKS,
A large a,uartnnnt of Brown Shirtings, Sheetings,
Bleached, Long Cloths, Oinaburgs, Eats, Caps, &c.
Which we are enableil to offer ujkhi the most liberal terms,
by the package or piece We invite the a'ttention of the
trade and merchants generallr to examine our Stock.
DUNCAN, MORGAN h CO.,
aug.lT If. X35. o Mnd 71, Public Square.
IHPOaTESS AND "WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
and Doiueslic Dry Goods,
48,. Public Sjuare, XasJu'ille, Tennessee,
HAVE now in Store their EXTK.Jf.SlVK 8TOCK
OP PALI, AND "YINTER GOODS, purchas
ed early i;i thd saason, at a much less price thau similar
Goods can now lw bimght, and which they are determined
taurU for CASlf, or to prompt aud rerjionsibte dealers at
prices that will favorably compare with purcll&SM made iu
anv oilier market.
In this Stock will be found a oreat variety of
BttNiiETa, Rlack Silks,
rVvsxELs, Fiu'u Dntss Silks,
0 ma ecs,
RIBPU.VS, B WADEKE RoRES,
White Goods, Hosiery;
Irish Ltxex, Gloves,
Shoes, Hats. Cap, Trunfc,
and a COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTH
ING. To their present heavv stock thev will during the season,
make such additions of tho NEWEST IMPORTATIONS,
as will give their stock a superiority over any ever offered
11; this market.
They are sole Agents for the sale of the superior
Tennessee Sheetings, Osuaburgs, 4c, made by
the Fanner and HicJdaiul Companitt, which are cheaper
than any of the Eastern goods.
They are anxious to buy all kinds of BARTER at the high;
Nashville, August 23, 1833. SintwAw
T II 0 51 P Si N & C 0.
NO. SI, Public Square. Naslivillr,
HAVE just received a large lot of NEW GOODS, from
the hastern Markets, consisting in part of the follow
A large assortment of Fine Plaid Dress Silks;
' " Plain '
ALSO, large " ' .Mantle "
3(ouse Dc Laine.
Plaid and Plain, of all shades and qualities. A fine lot of
Plaid Cashmeres; also, Plaid Goods fur children's wear.
We have now the best assortment of Ribbons ever offered
to our customers:
Plain Ribbons, all shades and qualities. . '.
Brocade " ' " " :
Morie Antique " " '
A fresh supplvof Kid Gloves, white and colored.
Plain, Spotted and Rept, a fine assortment or each; also a
nev supplv of Black Satin National
aug21 if TIIOMl'SON A CO.
Cases Boots, Shoes. &c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 26, Corner of College and Union streets,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1200 VASES BOOTS, SHOES, If ATS, CAPS,
TJiCXES, Ac. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Coods
thev have ever offered in this market, and which for qucUty,
price and wriely will equal any Stock in the City.
Merchants and nil others making their purchases in
Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination before buving.
' P.. S. IIOLLINS & CO.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in
exchange for Goods at the highest market price.
ugl7 tf b w Oj
LASS WARE. 500 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks;
200 " " a do,
100 " " lluart do,
W.II. GORDON A CO.
-i - EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigne Brandy;
10 10 " " ManettACo's do;
10 " " A.SigneH's do;
5 quarter casks Malaga Wne;
5 eighth pipes Muscat do;
2 kegsStoughton's Hitters;
2 " Essence Peppermint;
5 bbls Old RveWhi-ky;
50 " Star do;
For sale by; aug57 W. H. GORDON A CO.
TItAlrPir PAPER.-too bundles East Ten
YY neisoo medium Wrapping Paper. Received per
Railroad this daj-, and for sale by
ug27 W- H. GORDON A CO.
OLDEN SYRUP.-100 barrels Golden Syrup, a
" superior article. 100 half barrels do.
For sale by "g27 W. GG0O.CO.
"V-rOTICE. Itv viitue of trml ejj.ia from the Honor
x able Supreme Court of Tennessee, to me directed, I
Hill sell lo tlie highest bidder, for Cash, at the Court House
door, in Nashville, on Saturday (be sth day of October, 1S.V5,
one tract or parcel of lind Iving and being in the lth Dis
trict of Davidson County, and bounded as follows. Begin
ing at the North East corner of James Whitsett's, dee'd, and
ndjoiuingthe lands of Crulchcr, dee'd, R. C. Foster, dee'd
mid Saml. .1, Carter, levied on as the property of Edward
Vaughn to.satify said judgment in favor of Timothr Dot
son, Adn Jtrator, Ac L W FUSSEIi, Sheriff,
aug 2?- t td By JESSE W. PAGE, D. Sheriff.
" EAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, HaU,
Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet' Bags,
College stbeet, Nashville, Tesx.
i wui uHit.A n j ' . muuui vitiiu'. uasaiirir?rp&
We are the Agents for th.) celebrated goods manufactured 1 S'lf i,Ii?BD' "S"? SUC',' ," a,1icI? "t assured
bytbe LEUAXON and SPARTA Millsf which hsvT I ""t ey will tad a valuableacjuisumu tothe.r fa.m
iUtB'3 PAXEWr STRIWcSttEB. ANdTSnI&EN-
I bv yeari ' Thd L taSta mSu I " "S0a,,o,,,,
I fiPTTIN'O M PNIVP i' S KN
U'XulPJ u i f4' 1 .'a JeRjR.,,cd' ,U ,s n-
Uwdtcut s.raw imta ,h0h Mf 'ioch to
; , . -, i"v Hum jiiau men io
three incites m length. Many ceiiiflcufes. nnjt.ibe pro-
urA "rin . i 6F Ua E- - , , ""'""
H'aclnnng theie machines, and he now suliutsj for them
Tl. ... I ! m , .
ih iin r ,i t,- - , ... ,
, , iv muiil unit me MlUIVIf miu J'UIMrm
' m 7 ' e aouu' a"d "8 wiK lieieatter be
able to iill all orders rap'dly. and ensures nil machines to
: iror lornmcil ibevare Ue-ilimed.
and will furnish one set of casl!n
JUU.X H. KRB.
A. B. & C. W ."ROBERTSON j
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND TRUNKS,
XO. 45, COLLEGE STJtEKT, XASITHLLt
"YJl JE would call tlie attention ofMnscinxTs to our HI0I4-
1 nU Deinrtment iu the tectmd story where they will
find a very huge and complete stock of BOOTS, SllOES
AND HATS, which we have direct from the hands of East- ,
eru Manufacturers; and oSer very low by the package or I
dozen, for Cash, oron accommodating terms to time dealers. '
iv? in uie Jutaii lh-parlmeni n e liave a fashionableand
complete assortment of Ladies and Gcuilemcn.Misses, Hovs,
Children and Servant, (the variety is too largo to specify in
an advertisement,) We solicit the attention of purchasers,
feeling confident that all will be suited in quality and prices.
A. B. A O W. ROBERTSON.
FvT" Iron Frame Sole Leather Travelling Trunks,-of best
quality a constant supply. A. It A C- W. R.
Nashville. August So, IS-VI.
CARPETING S, MATTINGS, RUGS, &c, &e-
UUAC.U, MORGAN CO.
TTAl h. now 1
in store, a large stockof Three-t)ly sun. In
grain and Wool fisnred Carnetins-s. Cotton DrnowtiK.
A rlal,. lf.., fP..f.rT.V f '..I?.,;.. P0.. .
,,Ui,inuc jjau-, mute imgj, uucjr anu wmic cnecKeu jial
ting nf all kinds, and will be receiving regularly lriim the
manufactures all new stvles, which they will sellby the
piece only at very low prices.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
augSO y q . Nos.70 and 71. Public Square.
POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, i half and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, iu kegs and barrels.
A full supply of tho above description of lewder, war
ranted equal 10 any in the market, always on hand and for
salaby july!5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
SAFETY FUSE, 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse;
by the original joianufacturers, forsale by
CHEATHAM, WATSON GO.
Jyl5 at W.II.Gordox A Oo.'s., Public Square-
Order ot" Business,
Dec. Tonw, 1833. Supreme Court.
4th Circuit, 1st week in December, 1S53.
lSth do 2d do do;
7th do 3d do do; ;
6th do 4th weok and 1st and 2d week in Jan., ISil.
8th do Sd and 4th weeks in January, ISit.
5th do 5ih and 1st week iu February, lsStl
Criminal business from ea-h Circuit, taken up and dis
posed o at the Mine time assigned for the civil.
By order of the Court. J.P.CLARK,
WE have just received two extra Family Car
riages. gJALSO A shipment of fine Busbies aud Rockn
wnys. For sale by W. II. GORDON A CO. -
Nashvill, August 28,
"THE CAMPBELL'S ARE COKING."
At the Adelphi Theatre for Six nighti only, Conitnencinsr !
MONDAY, Sept. Stli, 1S58.
MURPHY", WEST AND PEEL'S Original Campbell I
Minstrel's, assisted by EDWARD KBNDALU the f
world-renowned Bugle player, and JAMES K. KENDAI.U
the celebrated Clarionet and Alt-Horn performer. Among '
the members of this inimitable Troupe will be found Matt
Peel, Joe. Murphy and Luke West.
They will givea short series; of their inimitable entertain
ments as above. . ,
Prices op Atttiiasiax. Parquetle and Boves, 30 cents;
Colored boxes 50 cents, Colored gallery 25 cents.
11. L Dics.xsav Manager.
septl tf F. C. CItOSS, Agent.
THE NEW FALL HAT.
THIS DAY OPENED AT WATERPIELD &
A CCORDING to our usual custom, we shall this day in
XjL troduce the New Fall Style oT gentlemen' Hats, si
multaneous with the New York and Philadelphia House.
The style we have selected as our leading Hat isthe same
as adopted by all the principal hatters in the Union, and is
considered by all w ho have seen it the Sir Pl'i Ultra of
hatting. Asthe price iinA quality of our hats are so n ell
known, we need only say that our facilities for manufactur
ing are ample and complete, ami our assortment isthe lar
gest and most varied ever offered in the city
aug20 WATEKFIEI.l) A WALKER.
ARE respectfully invited lo call and examine our stock
before purchasing. They will find with us the right
kind ofgoods, and at low and uniform prices.
WATEItFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 2(1, west side Public Square, next
to Gowdev's. aug-JO
aT)ag"uerreotvpe of the iieaTF
CAN be accurately taken by that valuable Cranmnuter,
at WATEItFIELD A WALKER'S. By its aid they
manufacture hats warranted to fit every size and shape of
rpiIE E.vTt(7ESTASsOllT.Yl ENTOfT'aucy tTafs
JL and Caps, with Indies' Riding Hats of the latest de
signs, jusi opened at
aug?0 WATERFIELD A WALKER'S.
CARRIAGES & BUGGIES, BUGGIES & CARRIAGES.
7'. 5, dark Street.
THE undersigneil lias just Gnishe 1 and for sale
0 Buggies, 1 Clarence Couch,
S Barouches. 1 Six-seat Rockaway,
1 "Doctor," 1 Family Buggy,
All of which will be sold cheap for cash or good notes.
I now offer my entire stock of unfinished work and ma
terials, together with the good will of the establishment,
for sale ou accommodating terms to any person wishing to
go into a good business.
aug2t lm tw b IRA A. STOUT.
TT N. 31 VERS, respectfully informs
LL the citizens ot .Naslmlle, aim the pub
lic generally, that hcstill continues the above
business on" Cherry street, between Cedar and
J,mestreeis, Deiowtne ineatre, wnero ne is prepare.! 10 ,
budd Coaches and Carriage of all kinds to order .
He will keep constantly 011 hand an assortmentof Bus-
gies, Barouches, Phretous, etcv, which he will olfer
tor sale low forensh. Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a call.
Repairing in all branches done at ihe shortest notice and
in the neatest manner. aug23 8m.
I. H. MORTON.
Dealer in Furniture and Pianos, Window Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, &c,
Union Strut, near Cherry, XiunciHe, Ttnneeec.
ALL kiuds of FURNITURE nude to Older or Repaired,
at the shortest notice, and warranted. april7 ftm
1 ANAAYAY from the subscriber on the night of .
AX. the 3rd inst., his negro boy AMOS. He is about Pj,
20 years of age, 3 feet y or 10 inches high and weighoj)
about 130 pounds. He is a bright muhitto, has straight
Iwir and blue eyes, and will no doubt attempt to pass bun-
self as a white man. He was raised by a Mr. Dickey, of )
Spartanburg District, and was purchased by Capt. James j
Bonds of Spartanburg C. 11. lie is probably lurking in
the vicinity of that town, or may attempt his escapo'to a
free State. He rode off a sorrel horse ten or twelve yeirs
old, which has a scar on boih shoulders caused by warts, 1
and is shod behind, is quick in gaits and steps short, holds :
a fine head, is sunk very much above the eves and inclines 1
to be spilcfui. Tho above reward of FIFTY DOLLARS ;
will oe given lor tne appreneuwon 01 lue ooyanu nor?e;
the boy to be lodged in any jail in the State. All expenses
for keeping the horse will also be paid.
Ncwbcrrv, S. C. July, W. G. NEEL.
IN pursuance of a decree of the Chaucery Court, atShcl
byviUc, in the caue therein pending; wheiein Randolph
Newsom, aud others are complainants, aud George W. Mc
Grew, and others aredefendants.
I will offer for sale on the premises, on the 2th day of
1 October next, "all tlio right, title, claim and interest which
T .t-, .,. f ., - V.. lfr... .1,.M h.jin
iue iieirs ai. law, oi uie taie uiiuiu jiuuich, uw,
and to tho lollowiug tract of Land, lying and being in the
county of Bedford, 9 miles North est cf Shelby ville; on
the Railroad, near the Wartrace Depot, and contains about
S70 acres, on which there is a good-dwelling house, with all
necessary out buildings, and 200 acres of cleared land, and
has two fine springs on it. The land is rich and in a good
ncigliborhood and will bo sold 011 a credit of 1, 2. aud 3
years, except $130 in Casli, to be paid on the day of Sale
Bond and two good securities will be required for the pay
ment ofthe purcha money, and a U n retained until the
last payment is made.
AV1LLIAM J. WHITTHORNE,
scptS w3t Clerk and Master.
" valuable farmTfor sale. "
TWISn to sell the Funn on which I reside. Sl4
miles from Nashville, on the main iouisville and
tlallatin Turnpike, containing about 2o acres of irood lm i.
onehalf of which is cleared and in a high state of cultiva
tion, and the other half of wood land, good water as there
is in the county, and leutv of it. The imprornmcuts cjn
sist of large and commoJioui Dwelling, Kitchen, Wi.sh
Itnnm. 1- moke House. Cistern. Ice House. Nerro Cab n.
Spring House. L'arus, Cribs, Ac, Ac. Also, a h'ne Orch ird 1
of 12 acres, with every variety of fruit trees. I will sell (he j
whole, or if desired, I will sell 120 to 133 acres, including
all the improvements, springs, Ac The Louisville Rail
road runs through the Tract. It is seldom m desirable a
residence and farm, aa convenient to the city, is offered for
sale, and as I sm determined to sell, thrse wishing to pur
cliose will do well to make early application. I ossession
c n be given at any time by the purchaser buying my grow
ing crop. I will if desired sell all my stock or any part to
the purchaser, also most of my house-bold furniture if de
sired. eeptl lm A, W. JOHNiON.
JJcing the inventor and patentee, and snip nmnVW h
11 dispose of rights for couatiM nr zt-,t A. L..i.i.
to anr JiechanicwlwimaMi.-n.-Y.?i..i-f-x.. .,
...-. 1., iiautttciure luem,
AinniA,, . . .
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, &C.
Cooper's Minor Operatin- Tnmll C -ti'mg.
Silver and G. E. Cilheferi",
Inc Is. all kinds.
Jia&H-t trkrt Strier'
Denial Jnsirunients nsM
Fine PennntPPoclet Knives,
jrvrUmg ami lUrh Khicet,
Received ar d for sale at the lewest price, by
Sign of Man and Mortar-on Market. oinn
aug23-w Union street. NaAyilfc..
It is no more the moral duty of man to proride the daily
bread for his family while he lives, thau it is to provide
against their being left penniless in the event of his death.
idin. Journal on Ltfe he.
TEE ADVAX1AGES OFZIfE IXSC12AXCE,
as exhibited ur tub
O O M P A Y
NET ACCUMULATED CASH FUND,
1 Eavo yoa Insuranco on your Life, for tho Een-
ofit of a Sarvivinff family, Relatives,
cr Priends f
ARE THEY FULLY PP.OTECTED BY INSURANCE
ON YOUR LIFE,
Fifitn tie "May eib tkmt may arue fnm Htw1 J
' Deith, ai a mmet'mlarranmmi, periapt
of vtttr inf lcmcy T ,
isaacaebott, sec't i-ueoeeicks. wilsox, r Jiis
. . P.P.PKCK.Agiiit.
"ilLMJlf Medical Examiners.
Capiial Stock, Annnal Premiums and AYestern Fs md"
$ 1 ,000,000 !
Poirdes of Intnianco issued at all times on the most Eivor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BV FIRE, OR THE
PERILS OP NAVIGATfOX
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl- ly.
CUlj utreet, Xo. 25, oppatiU Sat ffinut.
BEGS leave foinform his friends and the ptiWwv t-
generally, that he hxsoj-ened a regular Cof- 1
fin Room, and liaving bought the riJitCir manu6e Mving
' and selling in Middle Tennessee, Mkitl s ratent Imtt aiet
! ible Air-tight and Airhaustel Burial Cas, the bet
' now in ife for preserviii); the corps, he will keep a nqply
of them constantly on liand, together with an assortm jut uf
i all kinds ol covered and wood Collins. He is prep, v-d i
j furnish good Hearses and any number of Hacks that- way
, be wanted; aUoshrouds of every description, mJui tKs
j best stile, together with every equipage necessary fitr fiuve
' rr.ls. All leleirrauhicdesDatches or orders fromSteun ibtnU
and Railroads, or fnim lhe summndiiig country w ill be
promptly attended to. Particular attention paid t.v pre
paring and encasing bodies lor traniorlat'on. All 1 irders
left at his Furniture and Collin Rooms promptly alt mded
to, botliuightaud day he will give Lis personal atUmtiou
to all funerals. Cliafges moderate.
8 J. II. CURRUY.
N. B. Furniture and Maltrasses of every desct iplioa
made to order and of the bet material, and wamnifei'j also
furniture repaired iu the best style aud with dispatch.
aug27 o E. J- II C.
nrco-iiiis, coknelius a co.,
Fcneral Undertakers fcr tha City and Vicin '.ty.
llooms comer of Cherry uwlfyring sheets,
HAVE made arningomeiits with the Agent fiwllie 1 laic of
FISK'SPATEN f I.MPROYED METALLIC V.V S1AL
C.VSKS, and will keep a constant supplyon hand for ineral
occasions, together with everything e!i requisite on such
oceaMOoii, as heretofore.
Persons living at a distance, in the ceuntry or in leigh
boring towns, can lie waited ou at short notice, by sending
au order or dispatch to
M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO.
Corner of Sprins and Cherry ijts.
Undertaker in the citvean be snyplieu! with
BURIAL CASES, by application as abovti.
O liave on hand a large lot of vevy supe ZS-Sit jO
rior FURNITURE, consisting in part of t3cS2JtiS3
elegant High Posi and French Bedsteads,"
fine Rosewood and Mahogany Bureaus, Wardrobes, Sofas.
Chairs of eveiy description, Ottomans. Centre Tables, Acr
together 11 ith u large lot of common Puniiture, of the best
material and unsurpassed workmanship--all of which wo
will sell as cheap, for cash, or on saort credit, as any house
in the city.
Pine Mattrassc We are also constantly manufactu
ring a very superior quality of Spring, Hair, Moss, Cottou
ami Shuck Mattrasses.
anglK Im M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO.
nnllE SOUTH NASHVILLE FUJt.M 1J llii
1 MA.NUKACMURING COMPANY, are now ottering
gjaid assortment cf Plain and Fashionabi e Fur
both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give salistac
tion to purchasers work warrantciL
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work atl ended
to with despatch. It- U. GROOMS, Pr ;s't.
W. L. Nancb. Sec'r i ep
X7NTED at the Jiwih Nashville Fitrnituro Factfry.of
V V P"o.l SEASONHD LUJIIIEIS
10t,000 feet of 1 J inch AYalout Plank -
50,1)00 do do do do do;
' 50,000 do 2 do do do do;
1 lQo,i00 do Walnut Serntling, 3 feet tengv 4, 5 A 6in.sq!iaf
100,000 doCberrv do do do;
1 00,000 do IX inch Cherry Plank wide;
I 50,000 do do do do; ' c 1
5ii,0 do 2 do do d:
M.im do Ash,ran'ngfroml1i5inlhicfc wid TiJo-iIt:
Also, Poplar of ali sizes used for CabiHet purin.-, for
which OwAwill be paid on delivery.
Also, 2S or 80 goo 1 CAB IN ET M A KELS wanted, t nhoni
fair pnees will be giveu in casli. Also, 1 ar 2 wiod UP
HOISTKltS. None but gooj workueu iced apply.
CABPiTINCt, 01.. CLOTH. 4cc.
a -'HE subscriber has ;ut returned from tha ZS7
East, awl i constaodv receivinr H kind of
FURNITURE. CARPETING, Ac His stock at 1
present cou-isot"lmosi. every article iu his Insert busi
ness, and asextonsive ai any in the city. Purchasers uld
do well to call, as he i determined to roll low lor cai on
time for oppi ore J paper. A. PATTERSON.
marchl." College- near Church s'tcet.
TRUNKS, "VALTSES, and CARPET BAGS.
WK have just receiv id a large and tine a-- aR9 "
. . i.fir , 1 ' . i , i ftaVi -
Valises, consisting of &te. Bnd Kip
Bells, Wilkin and common Carpet Bags, which we will peltat
Inirniivi. ILS IIOLLINS A C'C-
janl'J Corner of College and Union sis., Nashi ii'e.
ruRNrnniE! furjiiture ; i
X AM just receivinga hue assortment ot rur-.
X nitureor thellatest and most appro euj-j- a
si ics, n 011:11 n ill uj tiiiiisuicu .-...vi..- . .
cd, and will be Sold a cheap as tlie cheapest. Jlavm
lorged my Ware nwir s, I shall keep a", nssortinent I ".1
bert s superior Pianos, also Window Wluules, Uoc- . "'f
rors,Ac; Furniture of allkindn ndeto onler. Abides
sent Vree to tlieRailrod or anv.ihere in the aty. Inin
ber.. Union street. Cheap turuiture Dejarf.
tort: HEW PJAU0ES.
-v-TTEhave received by receni nmrau ninea,.
W more of thone unrivalled I'l.fos, maili-pgaj
1... r 1; Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co ofTT
various stvlea and nzes. mIucIi will be !d very low tor
cash or good liotesuravung interest, and warranted lo give
77.L r,.?,. i eerv resnect.
at iuu t . . . . ' . . i
e,tir.irtiuuiii every respect.
aor' J V- & T.II. GREENFIELD A CO.
S yO'l'ICE. I am closing up niy business with a vieivof
JS permanently withdrawing. Many persons are-indebt-l
to me by note and account, some for years, and I Iwipe
they will call ond pay up without further delay or trouble,
f have removed my Books and Pajiers to the room ad
joining Jie-wrs. vt . 11. noruon a vo.
r ENTJlNE SCIIEIDA.U SCIINAI-S.
IT a few dozen of this fine Uinor. Foraie n. a v.
LYONS A CO,
No. 19, Cedar.- treet.
- " wsaw ! ' waBaaap m
, J?.'.?3??11,13 JTASTTFACniRING C84CPANT.
' 1 estabhshment ia now provided with Machinery an4
X TooN, coruiilete, of the moat modem constnutfon; qlsa
wnh tl best Mechanical skill that the countrr afRjrds, and
' Ieii,pecllullJr solicit orders. They are prepared to execute aa
r RAILROAD MACIUNERV.
sucliasieftws,,,, UTPa-weager and Freight TriinsL
assmger. r rwgtit, and Repair Cars completed, and almort
evcry-Jestpptioii or work aimertainirg to Rail Roads.
i ,-sn;s,etn7 ffom 3 to doo Iwrse-power-mth
bodentufthe best Tuuuwkv run.
Machinery complete for fitting up Sash or Circular Sawx.
. complete, with the uewest and most approved mouW
, . GRIST 3I1LI&
iNfwuw and Machiocnr made for all size. mmJii. i.
, ,i-,auiucry iorougtir jiiusauu holloa tiirxft ml.
v (jetlier witUiUhiucry for Sugar Mills aud Cotton tihti J.
ROLLING MILI ?.
Engines, Cast Iron Rollerr, and all machinery for Roll
ingMills complete made at shortest notice.
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
OX any description, with, shelling, mill gearing-, water
wIhwIs. post icon ISaiik vaults, &c, Ac, made , to order.
Address Jenx Thommox, Agent, c who is a practical ma
cbenist) or tha undersigned. JOHN B. JOHNSON,
limit It b. PresiderL
IMPORTANT IHPHOVQIEKT IN DENTISTRY.
DR.-B0SS wnnld respectfully invito the f'--JS'M,Jjfc
attentien ef the pobhc to & vxnr xso InrlSL
wrMVBu urTROD er iirssnxa aictticiax. mj-Q.CLjL7
tketb, upon which he has been for some tiuie practicing
wWi ifrett success.
The improvement consists in the teeth being arrmgtd cp
on a piste of w.-? niit.num, and by means, of a silicioui
cofnpooBd the teeth ami plate are cemented 6rm!y togeth
er, leaving no interstices for the lodgment or fectetion of
fkn attbc same time formin"- an artiticiah gum beanti'ul
; ad ife-Kle in appearance, and which is represented on tha
nww ci uie tf tli as wen as oui.
TRojc intereited are invited to call and eTrmice sped--buds
of this iaqiroved.inethod at his operating; rooms. No.
57. np stair-. College st. aiigST UT
DAGTJEARSAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLI3H-
OB VS A Y'EAROUT, Nashnlle, Tennessee, College
Dobyxs A Hall, Louisville, Ky.
DoBTsa &. lucn.vr.osos. Mors'iwet. New York.
Dobyns A SPArxotKO. St. Louis. Mo.
Doar.-es A Yeaboot. Memphis, Tenn.
DoBfsa A IIaumsctox New Orleans.
any of the above establishments, you can procure M
fine Pictures as caa be hod ia any cily of any desired style
or finish, as wq have every improvement, and expect to
keep up with anv and all improvements. We are prepared
in either city lo furnish artists with every article used in tho
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock oa
the most mucnitMe terms. DOBYNS A CO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and of de
ceased tiersoBS at all times.
aiiglT If D A CO.
K A ROW ABE AMD CUTLERY-
PALL A CUNNINGHAM,
N'o. IT, Collcce St.
ARE now receiving- their Fall supply of Hardware
. and Cutlery direct from the manufacturers m Eu
rope ami Ametwu, to whieli they iavitc the particular atten
tion ef MerehanN visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks.
Ttnarsfoek in store ami daily coming to hand comprises a
HiH us1tent el Blacksmith s and Carpenter's Tool's Cut
IfiT. Ginw. and H article! in their line.
Thy rwive Pnrthers, Wool, Uinseag- and Beeswax at
the very hiHeM NMrket frice ia exchange for Hardware,
or ia pyHwt of delna. aug!3
PARIS FANCY B0NITE'J3
AND MILLINERY GOODS,
ar MR RCT TJfF OK T.l TIOXS. 3
MOST iwpectfallr I call the attention of the Ladies of
Nushrin awl victaiiy, to ow stock of Fancy BonaeLi
and MilliMry Goods this Fall. Thev will eclipse anything
evr opel in the L'n-ted States. IteiDg a direct importi
lio from Paria and the Eastern Cities, having token near
time wuotlat to p. chase every Ihingofthe newest shapes
and sty Us for BunocH llewi Dresses aul Millinery GooUs.
in ail it Hvw, mn el. beautiful and enchanting styles, com
prirt uearly t.'o,oii. We d trut our Lady friend-i will
pMiowaa well eHidui-leil Milluien Kslnbli.-hirif nt. ss tbe.T
dm thu hate ax rich atork toseWct from as any Millinerr
. kVtaUitkuMut at Varn or Eastern I'itie Our prices shall
be Ur IUm any of the mqiriih-ipled persons that would
ran down oar EMabiishmeni. and proes lo sell their troah
at tower privea. Bm we hat e cvnbuVuce i n our friends after
u-gh'. yM ba. inww, that we will stilt hare the patronago
awl cuaAdwocv- of I twui- Grtting Fanhionable and rich Fan
ey UoHMaawd Miltiuery (mhoIs at reasonable prices, and
yiH-tuaItr 111 work dav to wir. We have noil' in store
x emit part uftxtr rich Stock and u ill Ld full aad comnleto
by the 1st of Oetobw. onr rvjcMlar Fall oinieg day. So I
dl. now dool mate nw purchase of Rich Goods nUl
7m see a facsimile of the Crystal Pahee. But lhe price o
admlwMi fivf, at the l"nriiah Millinery Kazzar.
No. M. Union Srw, nt to the State Bank.
sept 1 tf Agent.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FiSM FOR SALE.
rpllEsHBscriber woald call the aUeuluiii oT tliose who
JL wnh to embark m the Iron bumes, aL-o those who
wish to vn a hamlMse And fertile farm, a tho followui
laaperty which be onVr iir sale.
JM. Jaeksuii Funmce athUaads, say about 2.100 acres.
TleatWntace is on Beaver Iam Creek, D.ckson county,
aixl the stack is the fantest in the Slate, beiDg
47 fret high. The furnace, except & stack, is now being
rebuilt, aud will be ready to put in Wast by the 1st of No
vember. The route of the North Western Railroad, aa ur
veved, n iminedialelr by the Furnace. The tmlua.
siirpawed. tad the limber ami grouou admirably adapted.
for evolint:. ...
Also, IWIeview Furnace, and abmilSSO""' acres of land.
iucliKliotr die DUJss. ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, about Ihnw South f Charlotte. There is a
gwid water power, and abo good farming lands attached to
Atsot'tlmYaHey Forge oh Jones Creek, and about 87,
f) acres ofWl. The tall is 2s feet, and the head of water
immense. There are some very tine farming Linda in this
Ltct and it U altogether a most desirable location.
Uo, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ore bank
in Hickman county, Tennessee. The Mill Creek sites, of
which there are five or six. present the best water power
for ttie siaeof the stream that can be found in any country..
The Duck River ore book ia the heaviest deposit of ore ia
the State, ami the ore can be procured with less labor than
atay Lank in the cowniry. It is within half a. mile of
Duck River, and the lands around are covered with the
best coal'uig timber-
Also, tlie Lower Tunnel, at the Narrows of Harpeth, in
Davidssa county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for
buiUing aod ntaebtnery. It isunnecesiary to speak of tho
water power at the Narrow of Harpeth. it is known to
every oue, and t wenty hve years of experience enables tho
subscriber to speak with certainty of its great benefit and
usefulness. 1 1 is, iade!, only to be seen to be appreciated.
Lastly, my Williamson Farm, on i hi!J. npy rtde, and
which lor beauty and fertility is second to none The fiousa
is Urge and airy, ami lb out-buildingsof the best descrtp
tujo. It i- intersected by tlie Southern Railroad, and also
bv the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
lan. watered by Little Horpetb, and the best evidence of
it qH3hty is the hay produced oa it this year, ubich all
wlw haveseen it, pronounce it the bast they nave ever seen.
ItisoltonWhrrooeof Ihe moat desirable tanns fo- beauty
aud piota Hiat is in the Soolh-west. Jt contains alt nt 6SO
The above property is offered for sale, not for tha tarposo
of profit or speculation, but simply from the fac that ttu
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relievo himself cf
the care, uecesarflv Incident to so much real property It
cited at differ out plant, ami renders him unable to give &
that personal attention xhiefe it requires.
Any one wwIhbjt to purchase" any of the above proper! y
wiil pleAseeall on the subscriber U his residence, or ad
dress Mb atGooilSprins P. O, Wittianisou wuntr TSD
Beeeee. au31 Ira "'-LL-
(Bcinnoti Enquirer wUI publish the above until the 1st
of.laimarv, 1134, and send bid to this oiKce.
TVTEGROItS l'Oirs.VLK. The subscriber has M-y
1 era! tamrhes of Negroes lhat he will sell at pnviJe
sale t persoas reaidenU in this State. and who inund to
Lmu them therein. Residence on Ihe Nashville and Frark
CaTaniBike. 11 uiilea from Nashville M. BELL.
faiiiHki: ii. svcvutsoK. bobibt l. wurri-
STEVENSON &. WHITE.
STo. 59. Cofteae stretL
TTAVS ea hatu) aiarc an.1 ihwirohle stock of STAPLB
' J"L AND FANCY DKY G0DS, which they will sell
very cheat for eaoti, in oroer o retiwie uietr siotk vwiv
.. ' . i'-u l.w All nfrmi vba lke crooti
inev receive wmi ran jnrnTai-w - -
lurgams give them a eaH. "
-YfTrhaie tm bawl a Uirfceaod beuutilul stock oTLadiea
VV DRESS GOODS, such a phua, chevke.1 and bras
cade Silks; Silk Robe. erea and Benige Robes; and a
uZ Lrfof beaotifm French Mual f. all of wb.d will be
1- . ........ .. , -.-f . irT.'.' f
t-,ovpiI VKHDI.Ii lluulis-ainiMiwa
WHITE Itavejos received a very large strek of
NeedleWorks. such as Collars, Sleeves, C'hunizetts.
I lI-yareHiaatve"ul1 prices tor
I ' received a large stock of Damask, Linen Sheets or J
fintn Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a latjro lot of PIa.n
Linen Napkins and Damask Towels, whkh will be sold very
low CircoJi by ane STh ENSU Mlliv.
. rvrr.K.llEN'S I'I RNISHING GOODS. -
T All vou sho wish to purchase Cloths, Cassimeres
VmUa. I'anciw. IVnt Shirts, Linen and Drilling Draw
r,;,! . .. i .! t.lL- llamlkvrchief. Glovctand
' ST? TPvSvilV t WHITE'S No. '.(!
Utte street. f.tf-tlievare selling off very low for Cash, in or
NmVORLEANSAND NASHVILLE BEGUXAB PAS
ceat Steamer w ; r " nWa.. a lUsriUr
i,d will take her place
licfcetm tlie above tvade
at. 1'"" TastberalssutEcient water.
I 1 cke' :lanlue the eo'ire season.
f al will coutmuc .loruig e BELLE-KEY ut
Innmntol Hw.r .. ..KiJ, -,th Ilia lanir I
,,... " .T ',Vejtern Wat.,r; which, wiin liie urog
mossed . "e,I:".K i:J.nA?r and the ae
ik. Miern waw.-s, - - f
in1t nMenUv to recommend her to the bus.
cm,) ..UiK!r-Uniiv Mr Northern will P""
".rTattoBtKa. tot.IhngcvderslbrGrocer.es Ac
"Stf-Asbareef vat y$?TcO.
I7OR saijB. Apy
. e a Ulll's
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