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SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 34,
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Tribune Buildings ; Puilapklpuu, N. W.
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j2f"Parvin & Monroe. General Newspaper Agent,
No. $6, Walnut street, are authorized agents for the Nash,
ville Union in Cincinnati.
ZjTC. AI. Carroll, is our authorized agent for Ibecilj
of Memphis. He can be found at tbe 1. 0-In Uiat dir. '
Particular Notice. No charges will bo allowed
ajtainbtliie "Union and American office" or the firm unless
authorized by special order from the linn. 11
THEATRICAL. , t'.v ,
To-rriglit Mrs. Colemax Pope takes a benefit at
tbe Adelphi. The bill 13 very attractive, consisting;
or tbe claagic tragedy of "Ion," and' the' laughable
farce of UA Ghost in spite of himselH" Mrs. Yprs
has made a very favorable impression here, and we
exjKsjt to see the Adelphi well filled to night lief
merits entitled her to a full house, leaving but of
consideration the attractive character of the playr.
Owing to other engagements, wo did not see
"Love'ft Sacrifice," on Thursday evening. XVc un
derstand, however, that it was well-played to a re
spectable audience. Sirs. PorK, Miss Eeicxpldp,
and Messrs. Harcis, Yakce, and TJeiuuiip, acquit-.
Usl themselves with particular credit.
The River. The river is on a stand, with water
enough for small boats. The Statesman arrived
and departed on yesterday. t
yW House Keepers should be on the nertj sev-.
oral of tlie light-fingered gentry are In the city and
are making nightly forays-onitho premises of ou'r
cilieons. Onn't this be stopped? Where's" thp. po
lice? Circuit Coort, Friday, Sept 23. The continu
a ion of the case which has occupied the attention
of the court during the entire week, progressed
cy 'slightly 3'eaterday. Mr. Watsos and V. S.
LixnsLnv and H. S Norvell being the only wit
nesses examined. The latter gentleman will be
An Important Decision. The Secretary of tb.6
Interior has approved a very recent decision of the
Commissioner of the General Laud Office, under
which the latter refused to sanction an administra
tor's sale of a military land warrarft.' The' Com
missioner rules that the 4 th section of the act of
2Sth September, 1850, (under which the said war
rant was issued) exempted it from the debts of the
person to whom it was issued, and made it, until
tins patent shall have issued, the property Of' the
heirs of the deceased soldier, not to be aliened by
nnv act of the administrator, . 1,
Sudden Death op Gks. McKay. Gen. James
J. McKay, for 10 3-eare a member of Congress from
the Wilmington (N. C) District, ami formerly the
able and efficient chairman of the committee of ways
and mean of the House of Representatives, died
suddenly on Wednesday, at Goldsboro, N. G,
on his return Trout attending court in Edge
combe county. He was seized with billions or
cramp colic while in the cars, and was compelled
to stop at Goldsboro, where he died thosame even
ing. On Tuesday, says the Wilmington Journal,
he was in excellent health.
Honors to Cait. Ingraham. The inhabitants of
SpeRzia have given marks of lively sympathy to
Capl. Ingraham, of the St Louis, in relation to his
recent firm conduct in the harbor of Smyrna. An
address of fclicitatious was presented to him, to
which' he replied that he had only done his duty in
covering with the protection of the United States a
man who. though he had not altogether become a
citizen of the United States, yet had taken such
step as had enabled him to obtain American pass
ports. Cheap Exccrtsio.v to Baltimore, Washington
City and the Crvstal Palace. Tho Baltimore
American, of Tuesday, makes the following an
"We are gratified to be able to slate that the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad Company, in accordance
with an application made by the Maryland Insti
ute, through a committee consisting of the Presi
dent, A"ice President, Secretary and Treasurer, has
consented to make arrangements for a round trip
t icket during the coming exhibition from all points
along the line of the road to Wheeling, and from
Mints beyond Wheeling along tho lino of its con
nections with Cincinnati, Louisville, Ac, by the
Ohio river, and the interior routes through Ohio
the proposed rickets to embrace an admission of its
holder to the exhibition. These round tickets will,
we lean:, be given on such time, as to enable the
visiters to take a trip from here to Washington and
the Crystal Palace, for which it is proposed also to
arrange round-trip tickets during the month of Oc
t )ber. Tho committee are also instructed to corres
pond with the authorities of the Susquehanna and
other Railroad companies, anil the several steamboat
lines, on the same subject, and will doubtless meet 1
itlt a similar hearty concurrence in the proposi
tion. We may therefore look for nil overflowing
city this Fall, and our merchants have already pre
pared for a large busines', unsurpassed in extent by
an- previous season."
Failure or the .Wheat Crop is Europe. Tlw
wheat crop of Europe has failed. The voice of ap
peal will again bo wafted hither, by white-winged
messengers. Again will the hand of plenty bo out
stretched. Once more will America cater to tbe
hunger of the starving millions whom the failure of
the wheat crop has doomed. The oats and barley
maybe equal to the crop of any other year; and
thero ma' be 110 rot in the potato, but a want of
tho tLsii.il supply of wheat is a serious evil, for
which thero is no remedy, save in the vast surplus
in breadstufl's which characterises our country.
The New York Courier ami Enquirer thus briefly
urns up tho accounts from Europe, of the scarcity
The shot t wheat crop in Europe is tho leading
fact of the day. Its reality is no longer question
:ib!c In England all accounts concur in represent
ing the wheat crop to be much below the average;
and the best authorities estimate that the deficiency
w .11 requite the impottation of the enotmous quan
tity of eighteen millions of quarters before the har
vest ofltvil. In France, which of late years lias
been a grain-exporting country, and which for the
last three years has furnished England with more
wheat mid'llour than any other country, the wheat
crop, it is calculated, has fallen off one-fourth, the
present year. In large sections of Italy but half a
crop is expected. Spain complains of a deficiency,
and Sweden has so poor a harvest in prospect, that
she is now largely importing from the Baltic. It is
true that other grains, particularly barley, oats and
rye, have not generally sufl'ered like the wheat, and
it is also true that on the continent the stock of
wheat which is secured, is generally of a superior
quality; but the fact still remains that, on account
of a failure in quantity of this chief stiff of life, there
will soon be a scarcity tf food in Europe,
A Russo-Ameihc vn Alliance. The Franklin
m brings won! that the American Expedition to Ja
jtnn waa, atlatcit ditcs, in the neighboihood of the
JiCO-Choo Islands, awaiting the arrival of the l'ow
Imttan. Aoording to the ILuig Kong papets. th
Etnperor of Russia is resolved to share the glory of
forcing open the sealed doirs of Jaj an. His anna
incut in the China sea, according to these authori
ties, is for that objo t: and is not, as has been staled,
a squadron of obsoration, de.-igned to check and
control the movements of our licet. Three vessels
the Pallas, of ;7- gun-: the Jhvina, of 1!) gun,
and tho A'osloek, of l guns were to snil Aom
Hong Kong early in August, to join the American
licet anil co-0ieratc in the "overture."
)ikd On the 1 1th inst, of yellow Fever, in In
dianola. Texas, Mr. J. M. MARonANT, late of this
On tlie I2th inst, of Yellow Fever, at the
same place, Mrs. Charlotte Lawrence, latejof this
city. l" : , '
Norfolk-, (Va.) impers please copy.
SECOND VOLUME OF CALHOUN'S W0BKS.
AV. T. HEKHY A- CO. liave ju-st received the
WORKS OF JOHN' C. CALHOUN, 2 vols.
'f hev can furnish the tecnuj volume to thce who hare
the firit, " P28
&an election. In is
The following Judges, Clerks and .lagistrates
! b.ivnlKlSM "nnTVinlml inr 1hn Ilfiaril ofMaVOT -and'
Atutjrniejjjiior me election winci.iaca ji-",,,--Saturday
week: " -!w,;-.-.. -
" FIRST TVAEDr'
Ptlt7irwn7il nflfiiTrm Hall. .
Jcibe3 John Bcaty, John" Purdy and Thomas
n 11 - . -
CleiiiSs T.:N.iramilton,J. C. MeCrory, and J. j
Reki'i:r or Votes James McLaughlin.
llActsTOATC J. H. McEwen. '" ,:
Toll opened at Ioan s Livery btabie..,. u
' Judges Geo. J. Sloan, M. M.inMonolran'an'
1 f 1
Joel Phillips. ti '."Vi?
' Clerks. F. M. Mcintosh and Geo.. Kinney.
i Receiver W. II. Townscnd. ' ;
Maoistiiate E. A. Raworth. " ; ''
Toll opened at Glover & Bovd's. :' '.'
Jddoes A. McDaniel. W. R. Coraelius'aiid C.
Clerks James Walker, ir.. amlGcorce'W. Dar-
, Received ILKDeGrovc.
aIagistratf. Josiah Fen is.
t Toll opened at liver's Coach Factor-.
Judges V. C. Farns,
T. W. Gilman. and J. C.
. - j- ...
; Clerks Aubry Wilson and A. Crooker.
Receiver James ILIIinton. ."
j ILAOiatUATE R. W. Green:
. Poll opened at Dr. T. L. Brian's Office, corner of
Summer and TJiuon streets.
Judges Mason Yannoy, Isaac II. Jones and
Aaron Wright, , 'I ,
Clerks H. C. ilcNairy and Wm. Henry Smith.
Receiver James McLaughlin.
Magistrate W; L. Barry. ....
Poll opened at Taqiley & Pyle's, Market street. '
Judges James Parish, A. W. Pyle, and E. W.
Clerks W. C. Hurst and Jo. F. Hard.
! Receiver D. M. Allen.
i Magistrate Peter B. Morris.
llesolved ly the 2fwjor and Aldermen of Vie City
of Nashville, That the Aldermen in each ward "shall
have nowcr to till vacancies that may occur dv rea
son of the refusal of any of the persons to aceeptthe
A - . . . ii' - 1 i: . 1 . i - . : -c
appointments as ouicers lor iioiiiiujj iuc eici-uuu ut j
city omcerson the itli beptembcr inst
'"?" Through the solicitation of many friends S. It. Oat-
man consents to run lor Atuerniau iu the 5th Ward.
Nashville, September 20, 1853.
We are authorized to announce Hosts Sixglitov
as candidate lor Jlayor, at tuc ensuing ejection.
T3T" I am in the field asain for "the hicu and resnonsi.
ble otlice of Mayor." I am opposed to raising the salary of
tlie .Mayor trom .w 10 siuoo. 1 am opposea to giving
Aldermen 2 a sitting and roast beef. I think these "city
fathers" ought to be content with the honor of otlice, espe
cially as we are taxed enough already. I am in favor of
the JIayor givinglus salary to the poor, and if I am elected
I will educate every poor man's child in the city. "1 have
no enemies to reward nor friends to punish," and if elected
will serve all "the world and the rest of mankind."
J5F" Weare aulhorized to announce W. A. Glenn as
candidate for re-elecliou as Aldermen in the 2d ward.
fjWc are authorized to announce Dan Teiqq as a can
didato for JIayor at the ensuing election.
3JVc arc authorized to announce G. M. Fogo as a can
didate lor Mayorat the ensuing election.
i-sf We are authorized to announce W. II. Ilorw as can
didate for Mayor.
I3f Wc are authorised to announce H. L, Claiboene as
a candidate for Alderman, in the 3d Ward.
JCgf" We are authorized to announce Me. C. Sathes as
a candidate for Alderman in the First Ward, at the ensuing
J3f" We are authorized lo announce S. It. Sxell as a
candidate for Alderman iu the Fourth Ward at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce Capt. Jottx Coltabt
us a candidate for Alderman iu the first ward at the ensu
We are authorized to announce the name of Henj
S. WELiurt as a candidate for Alderman in the Sd Ward.
Jigf" We are authorized to announce James W. Felts as
a candidate for Alderman in the 4th Ward.
We are authorized to announce 1?. II,' finoWN as a
candidate for Alderman iu the Fourth Ward.
IIEI-ORTEO FOR TnE CMON AXI AUKUICtN".
Atlanta, Sept, is, 1S..3.
Dear Sik Two weeks ago we had in store about 100,000.
His Tennessee l!aeon,now our Stock is 1 educed to about 40,
000 lbs, prices firm at Oc hog round; a few small shipments
of Lard have been received, and is selling at 12Jcf? lb by
Transactions in all kinds of grain limited at last week's
Sight drafts on the Northern Cities J per cent premium.
Seago A Abdott,
General Commission Merchants.
Lmiipooi.. Sept 2. (htton. We have to report a con
tinuance of the same dullness in the Cotton market as we
have experienced for a month iast. The quotations of Fair
are reduced Xd., but price- generally are not materially
lower this week. Ktery thingon Ihis side tend? to repress
s-icculatioii. The Hank of England has at length raised its
minimum rntoofdircounttofourpercent; tlie Com markets
all over Kurope have advanced bejond the currency of late
years; tradent Manchester has become Tery quiet, and fresh
diulculties have broken out in many districts between the
mill owners and the operatives. From the other side the
accounts received of the growing crops arc still loo vague to
have much influence on the market.
Tlie sales of the week are 36,970 bales, of which 9210 bales
on speculation and for export, leaving sr.f.W bales to the
trade. Tho market to-day is quiet. Sales 11OOO bales.
Fair Orleans C,'d middling 6d
Fa r Mobile fid middling fid
Fair Uplands fi4d middlings 13-lCd
We have hod unsettled weather during the whole of tbe
week, with a very excited feverish Coru market. Prices of
Wheat have advanced since our quotations of last Friday
Sd to 4d per bushel, and of Flour about Is. per bhl. On
Saturday, however, even higher rates than those current to
day were occasionally obtained. Indian Corn is in good
demand at an adtance of Is. to Is. (3d. per qr. A. lhn.nU
ln d- Co.
I.ivkei-ool, Sept 2. The cotton market has again been
very quiet, the continued wet weather and the advance in
the rate of money to 4 per cent, per annum, as a premium,
having caused a inore general desire to realize at a decline
ofl-liad. in all qualities except middling fair Orleans,
which have been in more demand for export to Russia at
relatively good prices.
The sales for the week are 30,970 hales, speculators taking
3,480. and exporters .1,780 lrales. To-day the business is
0,000 b lies, with l,5oO for export at the following quotations:
Fair Orleans, 6; fairMobile. OJ;; fair Uplands, 6j?;m:d
dling Oi leans, OK; middling Mobiles, 5 IMOths; middling
Uplands, o 15-lOths pcrjiound; ordinary, 5iaf inferior,
The slock in this port has been taken this week and proves
to be very near the previous estimate, tlie total quantity here
being 7s6,000 bales, of which 02 1,000 are American, against
C17,00 bales at this period of last year and 470,000 Ameri
can. llrmcn, Sln'jlry tfc CXk'.
FOlt ST. J,OUIS. The splendid new j?aeKk.
jMSscngcr steamer, SAI.MC WEST, J. fisggl
A'. 1 iiuooc Master, will leave for the above Vj. l!gg
aud all intermediate ports on Monday, the
20th inst., at 2 o'clock, 1. M after the arrival of the cars.
For freight or mssage applv on board or to
septio ' A. HAMILTON', Agen
CINCl.V.VATf The regular
V Vassen-re'r I'acket STATESMAN, ft. G.
MoComss Master, will leave as above ou Sat-.
urday the 24th inst., at 4 o'clock J. M. For freight or pas
sage apply to JOlirt5li nous,
Xnsbvillc, Louisville and Cinciuunti Kcgnlnr
iako regular trips in the above trade, leaving asb
verv Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, 1'. M. Returning, will
Cincinnati even- Wednesday, at 4 o'clock, 1'. M.
li irA I '!lw
T'lealxive boats are, A ?o. 1, and aie otuccicil by expe
rienred lininesi mm. who will be thankful for orders lor
merchandise ami piomise to give satisfaction to all who
msv emiust business to their care.
soptl7-tf - JOHNSON'. HORSE A-CO.
HEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE BEG0XAR PAS
,ki.t.k-ki:y, i'eyton a. key, .pwjw
imu MihP-. I Ins large ana magni- Jv?HSfjSi
licent Mn-uiif r is now undergoing a thorougtiggsssEStS
lep-ur at limisvillc. and will lake her place" as a Regular
Packet in the above trade as soou as there is sufficient water,
and will cinUnne during the entire season.
In point of speed, coinfiut and safety, the HELLE-KEY is
uiKiupasscd 011 the Western waters; which, with the long
expcritiice of her getitlcmaulv Commander and the ac
know lodged business capacity of her Clerk (Sir. Lewis North
ern,) enables us confidently to recommend her to the busi
ness and travelling community. Mr. Northern will give
prompt jieisonal attention to filling orders for Groceries, Ac
A shaic of patronage is respectfully solicited.
JOHNSON, HORN'E A CO,
aug57 1 111 Agents.
"XTOTICK. G. V. WOOTON' otlerahis services. to ihe
citizens of Nashville to act in the capacity of Dookr
Kecpcr, Clerk, Salesman, Ac, having much expe
rience. References and credentials given if desired. Ad
dress him through the Post Otlice, or apply at this oiloe,
No, 11 DeadericksL (sepgt lm.
17OK SALE. Apairot hne HORSES.
? Cherry Street,
Apply at No
f TELEGRAPHED FOR TUB UNION AND AMERICAN.
New Orleans', Sept 21, Interments 37, of -winch
IT were" 6f yellow fever a large decrease.
Cotton dull since the Arctic arrived; prices easier,
500 hhds. sold at an advance of one-eishth.
Molasses firmer, lTalST; Flour .dr.ll, superfine, 1
ti 75; .Mess Fork, 14 Co; Rio CoiTee, lOall.
Nkw Orleans, Sept 22. Colton Wednesday,
800 bales at easier "prices: Middling, 10. Weather
very cool' Arrivedi "Slims Punna-ton and Union.
both from New York; Polar Star, Bennington and
brig Urantl Turkr Trom Xioston.
Bhownsyilli Sept 1G. General Smith arrived
on the loth "with staff and escort of cavalry.
' The Mexican .General 'VVoll has arrived at Mata-
The Brownsville Flag contradicts the war stories.
1 here no augmentation ol Mexican lorces.
There never existed a more friendly- relation be
tween the .Mexican and American sides ol tlie river.
' Louisville, Sept 23. River falling with i feet
water m the canaL
Further iics per A frica. It is rumored in Paris
that the Czar will refuse to accent tho Turkish modi-
Jlcation of the Vienna note. The fact that ltussia
hesitates to telesrranh a reply awakened new anxl
. ety, and depressed both iirttish and French funds.
- Ihe ijronch uovernment denies buying up bread
stuffs, but it is notorious, however, that the Govern
ment, bought lirgety.
' Tlie .Roman-territories nre uneasy in consemience
jai tne scarcity ot 100a.
. -Nothing decisive on the Turkish question.
The Czar's reply could not arrive by the Courier
tor some days.
"V 1 " . Ml . -rv .
-LaiK)ieoii wasiui ai i;ieppe.
It is.Tumored-at -Paris on the authority of the
ilussian Ji,inbas3y, that the Uzar will relusc to ac
cept the modification emanating directly from the
New-Orlkas-3, Sept. 22.-
-Cotton receipts iti-
creasmg, stocK loun oates.
Interments at Mobile yesterday 10, of which 13
were of yellow fever.
Cincinnati, Sept 23. River falling slowly. Flour
unsettled, no sales ol any amount could be ellected
at over 4 ou.
Provisions firm. No sales this morning; Sales
of 3000 bushels of Oats at 39. "Whisky, 22a, firm.
feugar. active and held higher.
PiTTsnuRO, Sept 23. Three feet six inches water
in the channel and tailing.
BY LAST NIGUT'S MAILS.
IN ADVANCE OF THE TELEGRAPH.
Philadelphia, Sept 19.
The North American of this morning has the fol
lowing special dispatch from Washington :
Ihe uttssian. Prussian, and Austrian ministers
have filed in the State Department at Washing
ton a protest against the conduct ol Uant Ingra-
Russia and Prussia take side3 with Austria against
the United States. Mr. Marcy's views on this mo
mentous matter are matured, and will probably be
Submitted at the Cabinet meeting to-morrow. Those
views occupy upwards of eighty manuscript pages,
and the paper will be the grand document of the
Administration, and will be spread before the public
in a lew days.
J he .trench and Uluna .Missions are believed to
be settled, but the names of persons appointed have
ihe Union s comments 011 .Mr. Dickinsons letter
arc unusnally severe.
asiiincton, fcep. zi.
Tlie Union of this morning defends the cabinet
against Gen. Clark's speech at Syracuse. The Un
ion says: "Having unilormity and earnestly sanc
tioned the policy adopted by the President, in the
formation of his cabinet and the" distribution of
public patronage, as wise in its conception and well
calculated in its faithful execution to maintain and
strengthen tlie party, we have committed ourselves
to the duty of defending that policy whenever it is
assailed, and we shall not falter in discharging that
duty, however unpleasant it may be to gome, m
conflict with such Democrats as Gen. Clark.''
' ' ' Baltimore, Sept. 17.
The residence of G. P. R" James, Esq, British
Consul at Aorfolk, was hretl yesterday lor tbe tilth
time. The flames, however, were extinguished
without doing serious damage.
Stoacuse, Sept. 19.
A collision occurred, yesterday, near Lyons, be
tween the gravel and passenger trains. Two men
The recent accidentat Oneida is attributed lo the
fact that a competent'engineer had been dismissed
and a fireman appointed in hi place, from motives
Washixctos, Sept 10.
The Russian Minister spent some time at the
State Department to-day. It is rumored he com
municated to Secretary Marcy the important fact
that ltussia approves the course ot Austria m the
Simeon Draper, who was entrusted with seven
teen hundred thousand dollars by Secretary Cor
win, to purchase Government stocks, has accounted
at the treasury for the same. Stocks were bought
amounting to fourteen hundred thousand dollars;
the ballance was returned in money.
L L G O O
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.,
On Tuesday, "Wednesday and Thursday,
Oeld-erllli, 12M and ISM, 1355.
TO CLOSE OUT CONSIGNMENTS.
WE w!ll sell at auction, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
aud THURSDAY, October 11th, 12th and lSlh,
without reserve, the largest aud best assorted stock ever
offered iu Nashville, of Foreign and Domestic, Staple and
Comprising the greatest variety, Ladies Dress Goods,
Woolens Stuffs, Women and Gentlemen's Wear, superior
black and colored Twilled French Clotlis, and Doe Skin Cas
stvle Fancv Cassimeres. Mottled Cassimeres.
black, blue, cadet and mixed Satinets, Fancy Plaid do. of
. '. i r : T 1.1 1. 1 ! .. . 1
entirely new panerns, juanuu uuuc?. urni:, uiuejyii: uuu
gold-mixed do, bright colored Plaid Jeans, black and fancy
Silk and Satin Vestings, Cashmere and Yelcennes do.,
French Vest Shapes, black Silk Velvet of superior ouality,
black and colored Tabby Velvets, high colored Cassimcies,
Cashmciesde 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, faucy colored Alpacca, silk figured Lama
ting, Barathado, Bonnet Ribbons of great variety, new styles
and suiierior quality, black and colored Mantua Ribbons,
Cap and Black Velvet do, brown, green and blue Borage,
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, Alpacca, Lawns, Wool
and Merino Hose and half Hose, black, red, blue, yellow
and fancy colored Prints of every variety; four quarter
double purple and English Prints; Furniture Prink, Tur
key Red do. Cashmere do, new style English do.;
bleached Muslins and Drillings of all quatitics and widths;
brown Muslins and Drillings of all widths; blue, drab,
red, green and marble Blaukets; large stock of Bed Blan
kets, Crib Blankets, steamboat berth do, heavy grey,
brown and white Mackinaw Blankets, Duflil do., Union
twilled do.. Plaid Alpaca (travelling) Blankets. Negro
Blankets, Plaid horse do,, u lnte, yellow, scarlet and green
Flannels, Bed Tickings, f4, 7-S and 4-1 wide Furniture
and Apron Checks, llickiuy Shirtings, Mariners stripes,
and counterpain Checks, Fancy Nett Caps, woolen Hoods,
WOOlell Liomioris, uiiu uiu gnsiieai. laiitij ui 11 Huntings
and Lace work, white goods of all qualities, Swiss, Nain
sook, 3ook aud Mull Jlmlius, Jaconett Cambric, Cross,
barred Muslins, white aid colored Cambrics, Needles
l'ins Silk. Linen aud Cotcon Threads, Buttons for Over
coats, dress coats, pants and vests, Braids, Tapes; Ac. Ac
Also 500 cases Beaver, Silk, Moleskin and Angola Hals,
Kossuth and Mexican soft Hats, black, white and colored;
black and colored wool Huts, large stock of Caps of ever)"
variety. Umbrellas, of all the different sizes and qualities;
new tall style Silk Bonnets, trimmed; Travelling Bags,
Carpet da, Satchels, Hardware, Cutlery, Paper, Ac Ac
The stock is the largest ever offered in this market, and will
be sold freelv. Several large consignments which we have
instructions to close. The latest styles of French and other
continental composo a large portion of this stock, which
willbe sold without reserve. Terms liberal.
DUNCAN, MORGAN A CO.
FUTURE SALES, 1S53.
Nov. 15th,lCth, and 17th; December ISth, Hth, and 1511l
JUST EECEIVED THIS DAY
J. RROWNE, Merchant .Tailor,
No. 40, CMye Street, Nashrille.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
54, College Street.
SAMPRICII1TT, 54 College, street, is now receiving a
choice lot of Fall and Winter Goods selected in Jew
York and Philadelphia of the latest styles and patterns, to
which he invites the attention of the public (sept8 lm
FALL AND M'lJiTEll :
IMPOETATIOH FOE 1853.
" TORCIAX & CO, No. 47, Public Square, are now open-.
tJL ing their complete Stock Of STAPLE and FANCY
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, to. which they in
vite the attention of Merchants visiting Nashville, convinced
that careful examination will be found to their advantage.
Our early purchases in tho months of April and May. In
the heavy staples of Cotton and Woolen Goods, will enable
us to offer lliem to the trade at reduced price3 from the
present Eastern Cost
Our Stock of Ladies Dress Goods, Cloth", Cassimeres,
Tweeds, Roots, Shoes and Hats, will be found much larger
We are the Agents for the celebrated goods manufactured
by the LEUANON and SPARTA .Mills, which have given
such universal satisfaction.
We will purchase for Cash at the highest market prices.
Wool, Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax. Jeans, Linscy and
Socks. MORGAN A CO,
aug20 io. ii Public Square.
H. & B. DOUG-LAS & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers,
No. 51, Public Square, Nnsbville, Teun.,
"VTO W exhibit and offer for sale a complete and desirable
X stock of f oreign and Donutlic Dry Good, JlaU,
dip, llonneU, Umbrella, JSoot, Ilrogant, Meet, Dlijiperf,
Curnet liaat. Writina and ffrarmina Paver. &c. &c
Iu magnitude and variety this stock greatly exceeds any
Avpr offered in this nart of the eonntrr. The stvle and de
signs of our raucv Cows are unusually beautiful and at
tractive. Tlie purchases have been made at the lowest
points for each article, and with every facilitr which expe
rience nna idrps cusu means coma secure, x ne smpmemg
were fortunate in meeting free navigation in the Ohio and
uumDeriana rivers: so uiai me cost 01 tronsnonaiioa is an
exceedinclv small item.
We are. therefore, able and determined to do better fo-
our customers and thoewhomay feel disposed to patronize
us, man iucv uuii uu ciscn were.
We want" Feathers, Ginsing, Beeswax. Wool. Linsey and
- ci- 1 . .1 1. - 1 . . 1 . ' "
xuru culms, ut iui-ir iiigueai market value.
augl4-BTvvSm 11. &. B. DOUGLAS A CO.
JOSEPH V DUNTOX,
WHOLELALE DEALER IN DEY GOODS.
no. ui, j-uone aquare, a aihville, T fn
Full and Winter Importations.
HAS now open, for the inspection of the public, his full
and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Drr
This carefully selected and well assorted stock consists of
Utotns, uassimeres, satinets, jsiiks, trench, English and
American uress uooas.nam ana rancv-rnnts, Hats, Caps,
Bonnets, Umbrellas, Carpet Bags, and stuff goods of all
Owing to the favorable purchases he has n'ade with
theEasterh markets, he can offer the greatest varietv aud
best selection at the very lowest prices that can be "found
1 invite purchasers to give me a call before makinir their
. purcuases eisewuere, guaranteeing 10 mui inem in every re-
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Yarn and
vuumiy i-roouce Dougiu ai uie uiguesi marxer value.
FALL COODS, 1853.
DUNCAN, MORGAN' & CO.,
Kb. 70 and'tl, Public Square, KathclUe, Tennessee.,
II AVE now in store and offer for sale an extensive assort-
JUL ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS.
In part as follows, to wit:
Prints." All the newStvIesin ereal varietvofnattemR.
also, a large assortment of Bhies. Greens. Black and White.
Linseys. Ia rich bright colors, Plaids, Reds, Blues,
Satinets. In Black. Blue. Stripes. Plaids, colors and
Cassimeres. Fancy and Black, variety of patterns.
Cloths Black, Blue. Brown. Drab, Ac.
Flannels. Iii all widths. Qualities, and colors.
lilailkCt.S.- 111 all Sizes. nil.alitipl and cntnrs ft v-An-
Shawls. An extensive and beautiful assortment, solid
colors, riaids. .mhroidenes, Ac.
uress l.oous. nam, mack an I Figured Alpacas,
D' Iines, Cashmeres. Gala Plaids in neat stvles and rich
colors, mack-, Drat) aua tigured Worsted Surces.
YESTINGS A vnrinty of Styles.
X BAR MUSLINS,
A large assortment of Brown Shirtings, Sheetings,
Bleached, Long Cloths, Osnaburgs, Hats, Caps, &c
Which we are enabled to offer upon the most liberal terras.
by the package or piece. We invito the attention of the
bade and merchants generally to examine our Stock.
uu.iv.ui, iiiuivu.-lii a. ii'.,
aug37 tf. Nos. 70 and 71. Public Square.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreku aud Domestic Dry Goods.
48, Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee,
HAYE now in Store their EXTENSIVE STOCK
OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS, purchas
ed early in the season, at a much less price than similar
Goods can now be bought, and which they are determined
to sell for CASIL or to prompt aud rejionilte dealers at
prices that will favorably compare with purchases made in
In this Stock will be found a great variety of
Satis etts, Clo ikixgs,
Prlvts, White GUons,
Gisruau, Irish Ltxex,
Fiq'd Diuss Silks,
Root, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks
and a COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTH
1Yk 4fiatc iiroconi Vi i trx afsvtl- ffintr will 'Inrtntv I m too anr
make such additions of the NEWEST IMPORTATIONS.
as will give their stock a surtRiORirr over auy ever offered
in this market.
They are sole Atrent for the sale of the superior
Tennessee Sheetings, OMiaburgs, Arc, made by
the Fanner' and JHchland Companie, which are cheaper
man any ol tlie tastem gooas.
i nev are anxious to uuvaimnasoi liAiii tuat the high
' I 1 1 . i n l
asimue, August no, ia.. zmiwisw
THOMPSON & CO.
NO. 21t Public Square. Ttasliville,
HAVE just received a large lot of NEW GOODS, from
the Lantern Markets, consisting in part of the follow-
A laigc assortment of Fine Plaid Dress Silks;
" " Plain "
ALSO, large " " Mantle "
Mouse De La inc. i
Plaid and Plain, of all shades and qualities. A tine lot of
Plaid Cashmeres; also, Plaid Goods for children s wear.
We have now the best assortment of Ribbons ever offered
o our customers:
Plain Ribbons, all shades and qualities.
Brocade " " " "
Plaid " " "
Morie Antique " " '
A fresh supplyof Kid Gloves, white and colored.
Plain. Spotted and Rent, a fine assortment of each: also a
new supply of Black Satin National.
augyi tt iiiujii-su ecw.
Cases Boots, Shoes? &c.
R. S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE.VLERS,
No. 21 and 36, Corner of College and Union streets,
HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
1200 CASES MOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
TItUiWiS, Ac. lleing tlie LAKULST siutiK oi uooas
thev have ever offered in this market, and which for nudity.
price aud rarifty will equal any Stock in the City.
Merchants and all otiiers making their purchases in
Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock
on examination before buying.
R. S. HOLLINS A CO.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in
exchange for Goods at the highest market price.
ug!7 tf ii w ri
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
WARD & EERMLWOHAM,
M E Ji CHANT TAILORS,
No. 7, adar Street,
WOULD respectfully inform their friends and the pub
lic that thev have received a large and well selected
Mock of Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of CLOTHS,
DOE SKINS, OVERCOATINGS, VESTINGS, and FAN
CY CASSIMERES, all of the latest and most choice styles.
Also, a large and beautiful assortment of Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Goods, to which they would invite their attention,
feeling confident that they can give entire satisfaction.
"VTTRAP-riNU FAPfcll. 100 bundles Crown. Ale
V V dim and Double Crowu Wrapping Paper, for sale by
500 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks;
200 " " X do,
100 ' " Quart do,
W. II. GORDON A CO.
For sale by
EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigne Brandy;
10 " " MarrettACo's do;
10 " " A.Signell's do;
B quarter casks Malaga Wine;
f. eighth pines Muscat do;
2 kegsS'-uughlon's Bitters;
1! " Essence Peppermint;
5bblsOld Rye Whisky;
60 " Star do;
For sale by aug27 W. n. GORDON k CO.
.00 bundles East Ten-
VV nessee medinm Wrapping Paper.
Railroad this dar, and lor sale oy
ougW ' W. H. GORpON A Cq.
UirOKTEUS OF IIAJtDWAUE AND
CUTVLEttY. t .
HAVE received their Fall S.'ocfc, which is large and
well assorted. To thaw who wish topnrchase for.
'cash, or to prompt and responsible men on tune, they will'
Mil at prices that will favorably compare with any other
market. Amongst the various' articles comprising their
Stock tliev have
PUMP CllAINS, POCKET and TABLE CUTLERY, 1
nip 1aln'''y of double and single barrel Shot Gnns,
and Rifiet, at unusually lowprices.
Feathers, Beeswax. -and Ginseng taken at the highest
market rales. m - . fyeptg-dlm
A. JB." & C. W. ROBERTSON,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND TRUNKS,
KO. ir, COLLEGE STJIEET, XASliriLLh
"YTTE would call tho attention ofMraauNTstoour lhoi-
V V tile ftepartmeM in the teeond story where they wilf
rind a very large and complete atoct or BOOTS, SHOE?
AND HATS, which we have direct from the hands of East
ern Mantifacturer$; and oiler very low by the package or
dozen, for Cash, or on accommodating terms to time dealers.
fi l.fli. f'tf.tU TUn.ifjnnt ra riiirA A itihinnlhtin(t
complele assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen, Misses, Boys,
Children and Servants, (the variety is too large to specify in
an advertisement.) AVe solicit the attention of purchasers.
feeling confident that all will be suited in quality and prices.
a. a. & u. w. Kuutnio.,t.
K? Iron Frame Sole Leather Travelling Trunks, of best
quality a constant supply. A. JJ. & l- . IS.
asnvnte, August w, 1S53.
nr&l OF new aud superior stock ofBoors, Slioes, HaL,
9ml Caps, Trunks, Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, YaH
' KLlses. Ac Ac. br
E. B. UARRETT No. 16. three doors from NidoTt Cor
ner. PMie Square.
The stock consists Id part of superior sewed and pegged,
pump-sole and waterproof calf Boots: Men's Union, bruad
strop, patent leather, g!ove: top, kid, cloth, and calf Con-
gresa (jailers; Oxford and Jersey Ties; sewed and pegged
morocco and calf walking Shoes; Pumps, Parlor Shpirs,
A superior assortment (Philadelphia manufacture) ol
French Morocco), Madrass and Curacm kid Bootees.
Buskins and Slippers; Lasting Gaiters, with nnd without
heels, for Ladies. Misses and Children; also a suixrior lot
of heavy Boots, Shoes and Brugans for plantation ue.
The attention of the public is respectfully invited. Mer
chants and others visiting the city will rind it to their ini
teresttocall and examine my stock. My motto will be
quick sales and short profits. E. B. GARRETT.
a. if. special attention is invited to my siock oi iron
framed (ravelin? Trunks, and to my assortment of moleskin.
silk and wool Hats. septl lm E It. O.
B virtue of a writ of Vendici ni Exponas to me di
rected from the Circuit Court of the United States
for the Middle District of Tennessee, which is founded on
a' Judgment rendered in said Court on tho 2bth dav of
larch, 18..S, wherein Joseph II. Shepherd was Plaintiff J
and Hetty Lanier and Felix R. Lanier were Defendants 1
I will sell to tne highest bidder tor cash at the Court house
door in the city of Nashville, on Monday the 7th day of
November next, all the right, title, claim and interest of
the defendants in and to a certain house and lot. Iving and
being in the city of Nashville, on College street, it being the
same house and lot now occupied by Fall A Cunningham
as a Hardware Store, which has been levied ujion and will '
be sold as the property of the defendants to satisfy said
writ J. a CLEMENTS,
Scpt20 tw tds Marshal Mid. DistTenn.
CABPETLNGS, MATTINGS, RUGS. c,
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.
HAVE now in store, a large stock of Three-pl v sup. In
grain and Wool figured Carpeting, Cotton Druggette,
Adelaue Mats, Tuftie Rugs, faucv nnd white checked Mat
ting of all kinds, and wilt be receiving i egularly Imm'the
manufactures all new styles, which they will sell by the
piece oniy ai very low prices.
JJU.MjAI, JiunuA. til).
augSO bo Nos.70and71,PublicSquare.
POWDERTeunessee Rifle, in quarter, half and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supnlv of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to any in the market, abvavs on hand and for
sal by july 15 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
SAFETY FUSE. 500,000 feet genuine Safety Fuse
by the original manufacturers, for sale by
Ull&AlllAJl, A1SU. Jt UU.
jyl5 at W. II. Gordon' A Co.'s Public Square.
THE GR.EFENDERG COJIl'ANY Takestlns
early opportunity of acknowledging the great cwA-
menl paid to their Medicines by the
TENNESSEE STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY
in their resolution of May 5th. "Thatthev shall urge umin
.,.. .1 . r t - - .,.r.. ..
ine Legislature uie passage m u iaw, rwiuinug lue rrip
for all these medicines to be tiled," by which the members
of the said society may be enabled to have all the use and
benefit ofthem gratuitously.
The G. Co. take the liberty of suggesting lo the Bakers of
Nashville, to petition the Legislature, nol to permit, any
families in the city to make their own bread, without ma
king known the niodus operandi, as such secret proceedings
are injurious to the well-doing of Bakers, and ought not to
be permitted. The grounds are precisely the same.
If Doctors were always infallible, there mieht be some
justice in legislative acts to compel tlie public to apply to
tnem universally, uui uniortunaiciy we nave Dciure us tlie
Crescent City paper of the 8d of September, from which we
yoOOT OF EVERY 100 CASES OF YELLOW FEVER
treated scientifically by the faculty have died, and
93 cases of every 100
treated hi old women, tlie non-medical members ot the How
ard Association, and by more excessive humbugs the JIo
moepathic Doctors, have been cured.
Mien statements as me aoore are injurious to me proies
sion, for people are easily led estray, and may bo induced
to attach less value to Latin prescriptions ahd expensive
Hiroglyphics, and occasionally trust to tlie dogmns of com
mon sense, laid down in plain English, to the lira: fen berg
Medicines, which are warranted to do no harm, anil for
which no money is exacted if they do not prove beneficial.
It is well known that the
Dysentery Syrup nud the Cliildrens' Panacea
of the Gral'enberg Company, have, in two years past saved
20,000 lives, from Flux and Dysentery when all other rem
edies had failed.
But it seems that the objection ia these remedies is that
"it is'an attempt to send forth medicines without the pres
ence of the Doctor" who is thus deprived of the proper de
gree of aid and comfort that he should receive for furnish
ing the proscription, "Jfine Ulan lachrtBwe.'' The Doctor
and the medicine should go together, the Medical Society
have so willed it, let no quack put them asunder.
MR. GOODWIN would respectfully announce to
his friends and patrons or Nashville and vicin
itv. that he will open bis Academv for instructions inWv
this polite branch of education on Saturday, September the
17th, at the Odd Fellows' Hall.
Mr.G. has been to New York and Philadelphia and
procured all the new and fashionablo dances from the most
oriirpd nil the new and fashionablo dances from the most :
celebrated teachers. He has also secured the services of
the talented Miss C E. Walter, who has been very success- i
tul teacher in the eastern cities. She will take chaige of
the ladies class. They will introduco the Sontag- Polka, La i
Tampiett, Gorlitza, I a Somnambula, Plain and Polka Re- i
dotva. Polka Maz-rka, La Lingarilla Waltz, La Cracovienno ,
Waltz, Schottish and Scottisch Cottillon, and all the fash-
ionable cotillons of the day. '
Parents and guardians inay feel satisfied that every at
tention will, be paid to the rapid improvement of their chil
dren. These dances are so gentle that the most delicate
lady might practice them with safety. Terms: 10 per i
Days of Tuition: Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Hours of attendance: From half past four to si v o'clock.
Sept4 tf W. . G.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received ut No. 11, Cedar Street, a large and well
selected stock of Cloths, Cassimers and vtstings of Ihe
ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen s Furnishing
Goods. A new und beautilul style of Slocks.
Shirt Collars, Cravats,. Suspenders, Gloves of every dis
cription, Under-Shirts and Drawers.
Having made arrangement with one of the best Clothing
Establishments in New York to supply me. Win. T. Jen
nings', 231, Broadway, I nm preparred to offer to my cus
tomers and the public. Clothing of a superior style and qual
itv. Please call and examine for vourselves.
J septt c t. J. HOUGH, Agent.
CHANCERY SALE. "
IN pursuance of a decrceof the Chancerv Court, at She
byville, in the cause therein pending; wlierein Randolph
Newsom, and others are complainants, and George W. Mc
Grew, and others are defendants.
1 will offer for sale on the premises, on the 2rtth day of
October next, all the right, title, claim and interest which
the heirs at law, of the late William McGrew, dee'd., has in
and to the following tract of Lund, lying and being in the
county of Bedford, 'J miles North east of Shelbyville; on
the Jtailroaii, near me wartrjea uepoi.nnu couinins ammi
370 acres, on which there is a good dwelling house, with all
necessary out buildings, and 200 acres of cleared land, and
lias two fine springs on it. Tlie land is rich and in a good
neighborhood and will be sold on a credit ofl,'., and S
years, except 150 iu Cash, to be paid on the day of Salt
Bond and two good securities will bereipiiied for the pay
ment of the purchase money, and u lien retained until tho
sept3 wSt Clerk aud Master.
"VTOT1CE. I shall m a tew days
IN Fall stock of
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(Vimnrisimr all tbe latest and most fiLstfllssble styles for
Parlors, Halls, Chambf rS, Ac, together with a large variety
of F re-screens, winaow rapcr.se
W. W. FINN", 41, Market St.,
septl tf between Union and the Square.
THE resident and distant Trustees of the Hospital for the
Insane in Tenuessee, are notified to attend at the Asy
lum Buildings near Nashville, ou tho 1st day of October
nevt, pursuant to the act directing the meeting.
aug24 lm S.JC0Kmji I'res't.
"VTEW FLOUR. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly
X, lor lamiiy use. nugi .iiwimj,ttrri.iLULn.
O TAR CANDLES . 300 boxes, half and quarter boxes
O Star Candles.
ang7 NIC110L A PEACOCK.
UGARS. 20 bbls Stluis Crushed Sugar;
NICI10L & PEACOCK.
AND LAGUYRA COFFEE.-20 bags
old Government Java Coffee "; 80 bags Laguyra MMe;
ISO bags Rio Coffee,
2l 1LHUU d lliiuva.
PAT. STRAW C UTTERS, CORN SH ELLERS;
AXES AND CHAINS, CARPENTERS' TOOLS;
RIFLE BARRELS . BLACKSMITHS' d
G UN LOCKS, M I LL AND X CUT S.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, G.
Cooper's Minor Operatin,
Silver aud G. E. Qath'ef ers,
lancets', all khids.
Syringes, all sorts,
Razor ami Strjpt, "
Dental IiiMriiments ns'd "I
liar 1 rumpets,
l"!ue Pen and Pocket Knives,
JLuUimr ami lirh nmeet,
Pr&tny and Stomaeh4vle, starificatois,
Received nd fin: sale ut the lowest prices, bv
Sign of Man. and Moitar.on Market, opposite
" - Uniou street, aslivill
NEW' GOOES BY EXPEES5
RECEIVED AT NICIIOL'S CORNER.
No. 13, CjrMrJSqmre and MiirJx(Slrtt.
I HAVE this day received by Express, from the cities of
Nev, York and Philadelphia o-io of the very latest
anaiiiOjt,anproyeU.stlesotgo(Is, consisbug in part as
. miu-uiuii, uajBuni, unit a iaiu .iik, ui UU3 ncucst
-styles,) Black Cg'd and plain Silks; Satin National Rep. and
U'nlo..l ,u . r i, r .i . f
IKI,l TA...4AM -...l c-:n .-fi - . .
Cambric Chimixeltesjiud Sleeves, (in. stts, Embroider
ed Linen da: Ricli Muslm and Vulencienne Cnllars and
Sleeves, rin setta;) Honitoii Valeiicicnne and French Nee-
tiie ik lyoiiars; .Mourning llandkerchicls, Collars and
Sleeves; Jaconet and Swiss Edgings atnl lm erting; Valcn
cienne do.; Cambric and Swiss Houncing; Emb d Linen
Handkerchiefs, and a treat varietv of other rich and new
st) les oftrimmingi '
KID AND NETT GLOVES.
Alfresh supplv of all shades. Ac ., Ac. and a irrfat vftriptr
of other stvles of cood. mst receiveil and will he dailr re
ceiving bjr eveiy arrival .goods of the very latest importa
tions, which! know mil liieet the appreciation of all, both
as respects stiles and prices. Call and see
sept.7 No. 1 ), Corner Square and Market st.
It isTMimo-e the moral dulv of man to provide the dailv
tread fur ltd fannlr while he lives, than it is to provide
agiin"t their beuig left peuniless in the event of his death.
f (.. tlwirtuit m Lije Jus.
; THE ADfAXlAUE OElfE JXSCRANCE,
as irtninrrEO r.Y the
NET ACCOUTLATED CASH FUND.
XIavo you Insuranco on your Life, for the Bot-
ef it of a 3urvivinj; ramily, IZelativos,
ARE THEY FULLY PROTECTED BY INSURANCE
) ON VOUR LIFE,
Yrvm tie many eril that mi$ urine from wntrpttM
Heath, at i momtntnf tnJ)rraiimeHt,f?rluijf
of vtUe intiiteneyt
ISAAC ABBOTT, SEOlf. ......... ..PBEDEKICKS. WILSOX, PRIS't
CHARLIS G ILL, Actuabv.
HARTFORD, CON N .
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Vestern Fund
Policies of Insurance isiued at all times on the most favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY Fllin, OR THE '
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by LIXDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl ly.
TO EARLY AND CLOSE BUrSESOP BEADY MADE
Manufacturers and Dealers in
READY JIADE CLOTHING.
OWING to tlie increasing demand of Iteadr Made Clotlv.
ing in this market, we have ibis season "laid in an un
usual heavy stock, a great part of which we have now in
store, and which we are enabled to dispose of on tbe very
lowest eastern market prices and vary satisfactory terms.
We would therefore respectfully invite country Merchants,
visiting this city, and others in the Trade, to make an exam
ination of our stock before purchasing,
sept a tr " IANDlJ ELSBACH, A CO.
LANDE, ELSKACDZ Ac'cbV
HAT AND CAP MANUFACTURERS,
N. 7, Nortii Market Street, NhshrUle, Tennessee.
WE have introduced this week the FALL STYLE
OP SILK HATS, which in beauty of finUh, texture
and quality, are unsurpassed in the cil v.
ALSO. A complete assortment of CAIV,, manufactured
of the best material, the attention of onecf the firm being
chiefly devoted to this branch.
.. e flatter purselvsin being able lo give satisfaction lo
ho mav favor us' with their patronacre.
Cunnirv'Merchanfs are respectfullv solicited to examine
our stock before purchasing,
sept 2 tf LANDE, ELSBACH A CO.
RECEIVED. A large supply of Kossuth,
irand Melrutiolitan Hats, which are for sale low
sep2-tf LANDE. ELSBECK A CO.
FRANCISCO & IVIimiAN'S
FALL STYLE OF HATS.
"YTT'E are prepared lo-dav tonaitonorr cu-lmers who
have favored us with their tn!es, and all others
wlm desire a choice Hal, cither of i.urovn or ihePaiis or
New York Fall Ktyle i-an be .-uxiHiiii.hIa!ei!. Wc have
taken great pules in selecting w:r Me- for ili&fptt, and
cvcn'ireiitleman who wishes to b in the Lishiou will please
rail and examine our benntiful sti les.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
seitt 2:t. Public Snaare.
ATEW STYLES OF JIUMNESS AND TRAY
i. ELING HATS. Wo introduce tiwluy many new
styles of traveling and business Hats, which wc can recom
mend tobe superior to anvt ing in the market. Atthellat
Store of " IT.ANCISCO & WHrrMAN
B ToOMER HEAVER AND VELVET RI
I)IN I HATS. Ladv equestrians are invited to call
and exai fe our beautiful stvle of Riding Hats. Tbeyare
somcthi- entirely new, anil just the-thing iu grace the
head oft ady-. FRANCISCO A WMTMAN.
Vc'tY NEW AND SEASONABLE ARTI
CLE of the choicest qnalities in the Hat and Cap Hue
is to be fouud iu our retail dejiartmont.
FRANCISCO A WHITMAN,
septS No. 23, Public Square.
("1 ENTS SnperPuteiit-LcnthcrLow-CtitSlioes;
"TT " ' Lasting Ties small sizes;
LADIES Clove-Kid Slippers;
" Super Cnracoa Kid do;
" Brouz'd dnf ' '
" " " Excelsiors and Bnofa; r -Just
received by Express bv RAM AGE A CHURCH,
septl " 4'.'. College Street.
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T- r t T r 1ATI.I 11..- 1 1 H r,.n,. t l.
, I J. L Jll iiaiiu, ik IHIC iW" ...v... -
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.triors. Halls. Dining lh-oiu
4c., Fire-screens. Window Curtains, Teesters and trans- j
parent Window-blinds at .,.-,
' GLAGESAGOKB.'S, I
No. 20 College St., next door to Sewanee House.
-Paper-hanging done in Ihe best manner.
N. B. Transpereo Anndow-SIiades made lo order.
1 -TTALIFAllLE REAL ESTATE FOlt'SAI.lf.'
I V VSITE fora beautiful country Itesidence, confaiuing
1 2-acrt-s,li miles from Nashville, 2 Wyards from the Frank
1 lin Turnpike, with a Spring and handsome Timber. . ...
. I SO the following- Lots in tlie Ewing addition to South
Vishville.-vizr 1-ots Nos. U33, 53-t and SS. on Ewing Ave
nue and corner of Ash street, os. 21 and 22 on North
.:.i r Fivr street Lots Nos. 171 and 172 on Wetmorc ri
I R;de of Fogg street
noar Franklin Tnrnpile. 1.0401" and 118 on Franklin
TumpiKe, near iuc comer ui i eiuiore sirceu r
Tlie alove property will be s)ld on accommodating terms.
Apply to v . L1NDSLEY A CROCKETT .
sep7 1 m No. 28, College street .
' R.T.I. I5RYAN respectfully offers, bis services U
Ube citizens of Nashville in the practice of Medicio",.
and especially in the "treatment of Chronic Diiiases. Ot
ficeontbecornerofUnibaandSummeTStreets.' J ' .
juoe 17,1853.- " - "
THE TI ASH VILLE MAKUFACTUEINO C0XPAST
i I t estaoiis,imen n"V provided with 3fichji5ery anj7
"Ti ,Tortl, complete, of the most modern construction;
williMlw best Mechanical skill that the country aflbrdsi so.
(Stotr -! 1 SI'Cit 0rdera" re Prepared tjmiei as
c r RAILROAD MACHINERY.
, SucbaaXwfl,(M for Passenger and Freight Train.
every descnpt,0aofrkapperUiningto Rail Roods.
. ... TEASi ENGINES.
Isattond stationary from a in rM t,.,M.
I boilbrsofthe lyxiTensssetTro. M norse-power-Wltfi
l.achinerr complete fvr fitting up Sash or Circular Sawg
, csmpleie, with the oewest and most approved model
! . GRIST JIILLS.
, "9"'? Machinery nude for all siies, complete- f,
ZFlh M? ?,forS.urarMiI!sand Cotton QmS .
ib'Ac! on,aces- embracins 'cy-
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinerr fbr Ron
lag Milla complete jaade at shortest notice.
BRASS'AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with shaflinir, mill gearine. wafer
wlwel-v cast iron BaiiknlLs Ac, Ac , made .to criler.
Address JoHxTiiOMesox. Agent. ,wlio is a practical m-.hent)-r
Uie undersigned. JOllN B. JOHNSON
-un2,-l3r . President.
D1,0." fiOVEMENT IN DENTISTBY. "
R- IvOSb would respectfully invite the gvrsr.
attention of the public to a xew asb rtiC.
impsoveu iirrnoD lvsuttesq imn.. U.rVV
TLCTir, upon which he has been for some- time praetlcins
with great success. -
The improvement consists in the teeth being arrangd n-v.
on a clatoofwr vltttinuM, md bv means of silicioW
compQuod the teeth and plate are cemented firmly togeth
er, leaving no interstices iir the lodgment or secretion of
food; at tbe same time forming an artificial gum beautL'ul
and life-like in appearance, and which is represented on the
inside of the teeth as well as out.
Those interested are invited to call and examine cpecl
rwsorthisunproTed.meth.lathBOpcratiDS rooms. No.
'"P 'f. ColIegest. aug7-tf
DA0UEAE2AK STOCX AHd"pICTUrT ESTABLISK-
Doarrs A nau, InLsville, Ky.
Doano A Ricinnnsoy, Mors.wet. New York.
Doarsj & Spaclolvo, St. Lou.s. Mo.
Dobvxs A. EABOW. Memphis. Tenn.
DOUTXS A Harrlnotox-. New Orleans.
At :anjr of the above establishments, yon fa prnenre M
line Pictures as can be had in any .city, of any desired stvb
or finish, as we have every improvement, and expect "to
keep up with any andall improvements. We are prepared
n either city to furnish artists with every article used inthe
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock oa
the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS A CO.
N. B. Picture taken in any kind of weather, and of "d
coaseil persous at all times,
augir tf D.ACO.
HARDWARE AND CUUEHY.
) FALL & CUXMXG1IA3I,
No. -IT, C'ollese St.
ARKnow recejvUii: their Fall supply of Hardware
and Cutlery direct from the manufacturer m Eu.
roiie and America, to which Ihev invite lh i;ml.r.u.n.
lion of -Merchants visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks
Their slock in store and dailvcomimr to hnml mmnr;
fidl assortment ol Blacksmith's and Carpenter'. Tools, Cut
lery. Guns, and oil articles iu their hue.
Thev receive Feathers. Wool. IJinn.. mi.l tLmm-. t
the ven- highest market price in exchange for Uardwuv.
oriu payment of debts. auglt
A CRAND DlSl'LAY OF
PAEIS FANCY BONNETS
AND MILLINERY GOODS,
rg- DIRECT IJIPO R TA TI O NS .
MOST resiiectfully I call the attention of the Ladies of
Nash ville and viciuilv. to our stuck of Funrr ILm..
and .1 illincry (i'.xkIs this, Fall. They will eclipse' onvthinjr
ever cp.-ned in Ihe United States. Being a direct importa
tion from Paris and the Eastern Cities, baring taken near
three months to purchase every thing of the newest stupe)
and stvles for Bonnets. Head Dresses and Millinery Goods,
in all its new, novel, beautiful and enclianting stjfesi, com
prising nearly 850,00i. We do trust our Lady friends will
patrouize a well conducfe J Millinery Establishment, as thev
can linn hare as rich a stock to select from as any Millinery
Establishment at Paris or Eastern Cities. Our prices shall
be lower tlian any of the unprincipled persons that would
run don-n our Ejlablishmvut, imd profess to sell their trash
at lower-prices. But we liavecontideuce in our friends after
eight years business, that He ill MiU have ihe patronage
andcuntldenceof thvui. Getting Fasliiouable and rich fan
cy Bonnets ami .Millinery Goods at reasonable prices, und
punctuality in work done to order. We have now in stora
a great part of our rich Stock ami wilt be full aud complete
bv the 1st of October, our ivguktr Fall ojwning day. SbU
dies, now don't mate your purchase oflbchGuoda until
von seea facsimile of the Crvstal Palace. But the price a
admissiou fivc.atlhe PariskifrMiltinerr Bazzar.
No. 4$, Union Street, next to the State Bank.
. E. WISF,
UAXDEB U, STKVKNSON. MOflCHT U WUIrt-
STEVENSON Ac WHITE.
No. fiil, Cull eye utreet.
HAVE on hand a large and desirable slock of STAPLE
AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which thevwill aril
very cheap rorcasb, in onler to reduce their stock bettre
they receive their Fall purchases. All of vou who like 2ood
bargains give them a call. '
"TY7'E have on liand a Urge and beautiful stock of LadVi
DRESS GOODS, such as plain, checked and bn
cade Silks; Silk Robes. Berages and Berage Robes; and a.
1.. . 1 , . ." 1. t T t . 1 I 1 i, i . . . ....
iatc7iu.i4 uraumiu xrrncu jiusuns, all ol niueu uiii Le
sold extremely low for cash bv
aufft JSTEVENS0N A WHITE.
27"RENCH NEEDLE WORl6.-ST EVENSOX
n- &. II,-hre-'ust "we'veJ a very large stock ft
r rench Needle V ork-s Mich us Collars. Sleeves, Chinu'zetts,
Handkerchiefs, Edgings. Inserting, Ribbon c, which
they are selling at veryreduced prices for cash ug4.
received a large stock cf Damask, Linen Sheefslmd
Linen Sheetings, Table Damasks, and a large lot of Plain
Linen Napkins and Damask Towels, which will be sold very
lowforcashby augt STEVENSON A WHITE.
iT1ENTLE.1I EN'S FURNISHING tfoODS-
VJt All you who wish to purchase Cloths, Cassimeres
A estings Linens. Patent Shirts, L'men and Drilling Draw
ers, Half-Hose, Linen and Silk llaudkerehief. (iloresaml
Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A WHITES, No.50,Cl
lege street, fur they are selling off verr low for Cash, inoc
derto make room Tor their Fall Stock. " ug4-
CAERIAGES i EDGG1ES, BUGGIES & CAJiBUOIX
AR. 3, liart Strci.
THE undersigned has just finished and for sale
C Buggies, 1 Clarence Couch,
S Barouches, 1 Six-seat Rockawav,
1 "Doctor," 1 Farailr Buggy. "
All of which will be sold cheap forcasltor good notes.
I now offer my entire stock of unfinished wort and ras
terials, together with the good will of the establishment,
for sale ou accommodating terms to anv person wishing- In
go into a good business.
augil lm xw n IRA A. STOUT.
31 Y tills, respectfullv informs
JLX the citizens of Xashville.and the pub
lic Ltr.erallr. that be still continues the ahorn
ousiness on i iierry street, between Cedar and
L.me streets, below tbe Iheatre, where be prepared to
build Coaches mid Carriages or nil kinds to ordir.
He will keep consiantlv on hand an assortment of Itug
gies, Hnrouchcs.lMixtoiu, etc., which be will otter
for" sale low for cask Those wishing to purchase, will do
well to give him a calL .
Repairing in all branches done at the shortest notice and
inthe neatest manner. aug2$ 3m.
I. H. mohton! '
Dealer in Furnitnro and Pianos. Window Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, Ac,
Union Strett. war Cherry. XathHBe, Tennessee.
ALLkinds of FURNITURE made to Order or Repaired,
ut the shortest notice, and irmrunlcd. sprilT am
jiTN ER VA nLOLLEGEl '
J0H THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG LADIES,
; SitviUJ- jiee mile East a f NutkrfUe, Tenn,
IT'ACULTY. Mrs. Catiheisb Josbs, Principal, Instruct.
; re.vt in tbe French and Latin Languages and in Intel
lectual and Moral Science.
Inf. of Ancient Languages to be supplied,
i .Miss Sara ii Belib Stxwabt, Instnietross in Mathematics
Miss Julia Stbwakt, Instructress in the Primary De
partment Jo'rf K. Opl, Professor of Instrumental and Vocal Mu
sic The SIXTH Collegiate year of this Institution will com
mence on tlie 5th ot September, 18S8, and centiime fortv
weeks. It willbe a very great advantage to all who wish
to become pupils in Ibis iwlitution, b be present at tlie
openiiigof the snmrtn. No dedHchuti in price can be ex
pected for those who enter within one month afler the entw
ine c cment.
For particulars aildress, S. K. JONES.
sepUj tf JfJWjTwuJ.
1 O t "SAL "kT A beautiful House and I. it in Mc
Whirterstllfe. six miles from Nashville, ou theW;;j)
libauon Pike. Tbeabnve lot eoniains 14 acres of JO.
land, a very neat dwelling-house, a good mechanics shop,
out- house, a g"od aple orchard, Ac A few step, from
Ihe hou is a iterer-failinfcspriDK of the purest water. Auy
person irishing a pleasant country residrnee could not b
better sotted. Ter us: one-thinl casli, the balance In one
and two years, without interest, and a ben retained uatil
thepiircb-se monev Wpatd. Applvto
Gen'l Ar't, No. 17 Deaderick street:
Or Dr. J. C. PArrE-tSON, ou the Premises,
GEORGE W. COOK, i
ATT0HNEY AT LAW AHD LAND AGENT.
Woco Villnse. Texas.
.attend to the collection of debts, and the inreti-
"ation and pcrfectiBgof land titlt in Tent,
Hon. O. W. O. Torm-V, Hon. Hxraut Gkilv,
" ltl O. il'Kuraiiv, " R. L. Itiour.
" It. Ii. Caebtiiuis Abb Ctmmimn, .
faJ6itt L. ItBiev, Governor Wm. U. LUxf ittt..
' . a .
k, , i-riMiuc-fuiiiea.
Wli wm pay we uigura. pnee in (jasu or Ureteric Cr
all kinds oT Produce.
augSS MORRIS A STRATTON.
,10 M ADVANCED We hove advancedlheseli;
'XJCliai nth ot Gold- to one rer cent preioiunxiat nhlcb
rate the public may depend ou being supplied. Bookers
and Brobera not excepted. Baying rates Vrwrctnt
sepll7 tf DYER PEARL A CO.
g fit W i& fig