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WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, 1859
W. B. Reesk, Esq. We regret to see that
a most unmanly and cowardly attempt is be
ing made, or has been made, to prejudice the
mechanics of the State against W. B. Reese,
Esq. Mr. Reese is a candidate for Attorney
General and Reporter, and eomebody who
desirea to see bim defeated, is endeavoring to
further that object by sendins through the
State a secret circular, in which it is charged
that Mr. Reese once said, or his father once
paid, that "the mechanic should not rise
above his tools," or something to that effect.
A number of these circulars were sent to this
city from Knoxville. They purport to have
been issued by the mechauics of that place,
but such is not the fact They were not print
ed in Knoxville, and the mechanics there
declare, one and all, that they knew nothing
of the subterranean document until it was
scattered among them by some unknown
hand, and they gave no credit whatever to
the charge, knowing, as they do, that Mr.
Reese is utterly incapable of casting the
slightest reflL-ction upon that substantial and
highly respectable body of men constituted
by the mechanics of Tennessee.
The Knoxville RrgUter, published in Mr.
Reese's native town, contains an article on
the subject of this circular, from which we
take the following paragraphs :
We are not the advocate of Mr. Reese, nor
have we ever beeo solicited to become his ad
vocate, but being a neighbor acd a fellow
townsman, and a gentleman for whom we
have a very high respect, we could not suffer
so foul a worng to pass unoticed.
The infamous sland.-r was started in this
town and, as above intimated, was promptly
throttled by friends and tut to red, as they
thought, forever. This happen.nl some weeks
a"o The whole affair remeiued infew days
in profound rilence until within a ago,
just on the heels of the election, in the
absence ot Mr. Ruese, when, aa the dark plot
ter knew, there was no jxissible chauoe to
counteract the evil which w.-uld be produced
by these circular.-. These damnable niis-sles are
now, clandestinely, peneliatiug society, and,
before the election, will have circulated Ireely
all over the State.
In another column we print this morning a
enrd from Mr. Reese, addressed "to the
Mechanics of Tennesse," in which he vindi
cates himself against the charge contained in
About Caves. They have discovered
another cave on Green River in Kentucky,
which, if all account be true, is a cousider
ble hole in the ground, and must cause the
Mammoth Cave to think small beer of itself
for the rest of its life. This cave is called
the Colossal Cave, in honor, we presume, of
a portly old gentleman of the name of Colos
sus, who resided a number of years ago in a
neighboring State. It was recently explored
by Prof. WiiiGHT, of Louisville, who wrote ft
description of it tor the Courier. We transfer
that description to our columns.
The Cave is no doubt a rather large one;
but there is really nothing remarkable about
the stalagmite which, according to Prof.
Wriuiit, "is a perfect statue of Gen. Wash
ington in military co-tume." Such things
are quite common in this section. If Prof.
Waio.1T will come down and visit the
Great Five Story Mastodon Cave on Blue
Iver in this county, he will Bee an immense
cluster or group 'of stalagmites, covering
about forty acres of ground, and forming a
perfect" representation of the Battle ol
Yorktown, with Gen. Washington on horse
.Lhck, iu the act of discharging a Colt's re
peater at Lord Coknwau.13. By listening at
tentively on a still day. the Professor may
very di.-tinctly hear the Father of his Coun
try's stirring battle-cry of -Go iu lemon.!"
and the silent but fearful roar of cannon and
the rattle of small arms.
' People abroad who are not familiar w;th
all the wonders of the material universe, may
be a little disposed to doubt the existence or
this beantiful freak of Nature; but it will be
doubted by none who have had the pleasure
of seeing the "perfect statue of Gen. Well
ington in military costume," which adorns
one of the aveuues of the "Colossal Cave."
v.,- vu ws and our Military Editor. The
Local Editor of the Daily San says he will
be glad if the accomplished gentleman and
gall mt soldier whose title stands at the head
,f this article will, on his return, devote h.s
.pen exclusively to military matters, and cease
io write epistles to the ladies. To this we
lmve.little or nothing to say. Or the twen-ty-tbree
duels our Military Editor has fought
within half that number of years, fifteen of
them were brought about by insults of a far
nt ldervtype than the one off-red by our co-t.-raporary
of the News in the paragraph to
-which we refer above. Weshall.tile the News
fo yesterday morning, and shall hand it to
our Military Editor as soou alter his return
j-,om the'Old World as we can have him
fejund ovr to keep the peace.
Our Military Editor may write rpUtles to
the ladieM-.r ought we know. Indeed, we
think it mare than likely he sometimes does.
But what oT it? If he uses his own pen, iuk
aud paper, and is careful of the style of cali
co to whom his missives are sent, who has
beeu invested by any law, either human or
1 vine, to pastion his or impugn his motives!
We take the responsibility, and we are aware
ithat it w a fearful one, of saying
;that the person who would not write an epixtle
;to a lady -when her heavenly smiles woo
him to the.d'HMl, is an individual whom it
were base flatU?ry to call a humbug!
Parties who feel themselves interested are
respectfully requested to put that in their
, pipe and smoke it
LorisvuxK anu Nashvii.u.e R. R. Road,
.Ac This morning, according to their adver
tisement, theCLouisville and Nashville Rail
road Compauy will commence running a pus
senger train .between this city aud Bowliug
Grreu. By this arrangement travel Ktween
the North d South through Nashville will
be expedited at least twelve hours.
Now that Uim road is rapidly approaching
its completion, why don't the Compauy fiuioh
their bridge across f he Cumberland T It bin
been standing in iu Incomplete and ruin-like
condition for eearlj a year, Ita timbers rot
ting away to no purpose, and suff. riug under
the knives of loafing whittlera. We suppose
it would be to their own, aa well as to the
public Interest, to fiuish the bridge immedi-
utoly, aud erect a depot for the aecommoda
.tion of Us patrons.
NA8iiviu.it an North-Wkstirx Railroad.
"We learn that, although the proposition that
Carroll county should vote a subr-ciiptlon to
the N. & N. W. road failed yet, Col. V. K
Stkvknso.s' has obtained private subscriptions
da that cOJnty, which he regards suflkluut to
grade the road through iu border.
The county of Humphrey has voted a sub
scription of t
We are told that the grading on the whole
iline of the road will soou commence, aud be
.prosecuted with vigr to iu cud.
The practice of throwing the retue matt,
broken bread, apple, peach and watermelon
i rinds, and other household refuse, into a pile
in the yard, or of throwing Uent IndiscrimU
naf-W nhaut the lot. to be swept together
by the servants, Is mora honored io th
breach than in the observance. hucU a prac
tice Invites la numerable flies, and Induces aa
'Impure state or the atmosphere. Ali tbesa
. thiurs should b thrown directly Into th
; slop barrel, and never a pan of diabwater or
slop of any kiud should be dashed out ol the
window merely because U la so "mighty con-mayniaul.
Nashville to St. Locia bt Railroad.
From a piivate letter , received in this city
yesterday, we learn that the Directory of the
Iron Mountain Railroad have agreed upon
Hickman, Ky.t as the Southern terminus of
theu road. Thus an uninterrupted railway
will be found between St Louis, the center
of the Great West and the Southeast, over
the Nashville & North-Western Railroad.
The importance of this intercommunication
to Nashville is too apparent .we suppose, to
require other, than the bare mention of the
connection. Nashville, by her late vote in
favor of the N. & N. W. road, showed how
she desires a railroad communication with
the West This agreement then of the Iron
Mountain Company to connect with the N.
& N. W. road wiil be hailed here with satis
faction. The present is pregnant with high
hopes for the growth and progress of our
city, which we will certainly realize in the
future, if our citizens will only be true to
their own unmistakable interests.
Fnblle Meeting of Citizens Louis
ville and INaslivllle ltailroad Cele
bration. At a meeting held yesterday in the Crimi
nal Court Room, for the purpose of taking
into consideration the necessary arrangements
for an invitation and public reception at
Nashville, of the citizens of Kentucky, to un
ite with Tennessee in a celebration of the
opening of the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad to Bowliug Green. Eugene Uxder
wooD,'E.jq., was on motion of Mr. Thomas T.
Smiley, called to the chair, and Albert C.
Roberts and Wm. Lelltett, appointed Se
Upon taking hi3 seat, the chairman, in a
brief but eloquent address, explained the
object of the meeting, and
A motion was made by St C. M. Morgan,
Esq., that a committee be appointed to make
the proper arrangements for the invitation
A motion was made by Judge Whitworth,
that a committee of five be appointed to
draft suitable resolutions expressive of the
sense of the meeting, and the following
gentlemen were, on motion, appointed said
committee: Gov. Neill S. Buow.v, Judge
Whitworth, John Hluu Smith, Sr. C. M.
Morgan and J. C. McFekran.
Alter retiring for a few momeuts the com
mittee reported the following resolutions,
which were adopted :
Wuerkas, We have learned that the Louis
ville and Nashville Railroad is now completed
to Bowliug Greeu, and
Whereas, It is deemed proper by the citi
zens of Nashville to celebrate this event by
tendering their hospitalities to the citizens of
Kentucky and the intermediate points, there
fore Ilusolved, That a tree Ijarbecue be prepared
iu the vicinity ol Nashvile to be offered at
such time as may be deemed most suitable.
Jesse Warren, Hugh McCrea, K J. Morris,
Uen.Wasli Harrow T. C. Bure, Juo. A. Fisher,
J. M. Hamilton, Jas. Vt hitwortb, N. McLure,
M. llurnc, Win. Sti.-ckvli, J. S. KiitfaWl,
K. 1. Council, Andrew Jlilaw, Win. Phillips,
K. W. MuUavock, And. Swing, A. C. Carter,
O. V. Noel. M. Stratum, A.J. liuacan,
S.N'.IIollingsw- rtbS. l. Morgan. A. G. Payno,
I. W. M.ixey, Irby Mi-mau, M. Kii kputrk k,
K. C. Mc.Nairy, T. 1.. Kr-ins lord, lr. Jno. Maxoy
Dr. C. K. Winston, W m. Insmukes. Geo. Mizell,
X. S. lirowu, K-igeno Underwood,
be appointed a committee of arrangements,
whose duly it t-ball be to fix the time and
place of the barbecue, regulate the details
thereof, and provide for the expenses.
Fug. Underwood , T. T. ?mily, J C. McFerran,
lr. T. H. Atchison, George ilaney, V. V. Maxy,
K. W. JlcGavoct, Ja- Whitworth, lr. Howling,
ir. J. JJ. Winston,
be appointed a committee of invitation, with
power to make such special invitations aa
they please, to citizens, officers of ditlereut
roads, and boards of cities aud towns.
li&olvtd, That the committee hereby ap
poiuted be requested to meet at the Court
House in this ciiy, on next Thursday morn
ing at 10 o'clock, in the Chancery Court
The meeting then adjourned.
Ecc.exk Underwood, GCn.
ViH. LKl LYKn, J
59-As a 6ample of the coolness of rail
road conductors, the llarrisburg Patriot and
Union tells the following tough story: "One
of them having beeu discharged from his
trust, applied to be reinstated. 'You were
du-missed,'said the Superintendent austerely,
"lor letting your train come twice into col
lision.' 'The very reason,' said the other,
interrupting bim, 'why I ak to be restored.'
How so?' 'Why, sir, if I had any doubt be
fore as to whether two trains can puss each
other on the same track, I am now entirely
satisfied; I have iried it twice, sir, and it
c-a-n-'t be done, and I am uot likely to try
again.' He regained his situation.''
To tlie .Mechanic of Tennessee.
A friend has just placed in my hands a se
cret eircular ishiid by whom, or published
wtu re. I know not. signed "Hit Jltchania of
Knoxville." and and addressed, "To the Me-
cluimcs oTennesue." urging the cratt through
out tne Stale to unite to ueieui me ior me of
fice of Attorney General aud Reporter, on
the 13th of August next.
The irround uuon which this secret circular
appeals to un-chanies to go against me, is th
allegation that either myself or father had
raid when, where or to whom, is not stated
'that a mechanis should not aspire Higher
than the tools with which he works, and his
voice should not be beard In the councils of
the nation." The circular goes on to say,
an onnortuuitv is now offered to orove to
th world, that we are something more than
the servile attendant of the bloutea aristo
crat, ready at any aud all times to do his bid
dine;." To nrire von not to believe, not 10 do
influenced bv such drivelling nonsense, to
say to you, that you should not be prejudic
ed by any such irresponsible, anonymous
madgnity, I feel woulit almost require nu
apology from me, for it would seem to imply
thut I thought some ol you sniy enougu io
becauuht with such chaff. 'lake my worn
lor It. fellow-citiz -us. the person who penned
the circular, Uie base miscreant who shoots
his poisoned and cowardly arrow from be
hind an anonymous siguature, upon me
very lace of his circular shows that he has
l.-ss renp'Ct for you, that he believes you
have a lower standard of taste, of intelli
gence, of manliness, of propriety, and right
conduct, than the person would have who
should entertain the sentiment so falsely at
tributed to me.
The object ol this card, is not so much,
therefore, to utterly deny ever having en
tertained, or given expression to any such
sent meut ia the whole course of my life
which I do m Vie nto-i tmpLUic mmtur as to
vindicate the mechauics ot Kuoxville from
being held responsible lor the publication of
any such dastardly document, dastardly
tecause issued auonymously, dastardly be
cause not circulated in Kuoxville, but at a
distance; dastardly, becuuse fixing neither
time, place nor jtcrson, to whom the words
said to have been spoken were uttered,
it gives no opportunity for confutation. Now,
1 have seen the majority of the mechanic of
Knoxville. or all kinds und descriptions, and
they uuaiuinoiody tell me they had no
thing to do with getting out the circular re
ferred to. most of them had never heard of it,
nitie-leiiths of them had not seen it, and to a
nniu they express their utter abhorrence of
ai y such low aud cowardly conduct. I would
vitidicalu the uit-chauics of my native place.
1 hoe, theretore, mechanic of the State ot
Teuiiesstv, that you will not believe any of
the cratt iu Knoxville, base enough to sanc
tion any such publication. My word for it,
and 1 have known them all my life, they are
ali too honorable, too high niiuded, too much
of genllemeu, to have published auy such
contemptible stuff. And 1 would further
more viudicate the printers of Knoxville. The
Infamous lip was not published here. All
the pt iulcis tell me so. 1 believe iheui. They
assure me the type is such as is not used iu
any ofllee iu ibis place. I am convinced of
it, and hope that you will exculrt the
primers ol my nativ place from auy such
1 have done. I know you will not let any
such tualiguaul, ully appeal! as are conUiucd
in that circular, lull leuce your voles on the
13lh of August, 1S59, and am therefore proud
to suUcilUj myself, your friciid and obedient
servant, W. B. Uixsk, Ja.
Knoxville, August 3, 166'J. It.
Tts frks!s sac scqtiAiBwars of lb Rev. J. W
Lasira, srs ovitsJ to stieua bia Usera! st tits Prs.
bvlertta harch tu E.lffiel4 t-4sy loYluc,r it
Divio srvs by U brv. J. 8. tUvs.
Av. 10, Ui.
Arrival of the Ilamnionla-
New York. Ang. 9. The steamship Ham
monia baa arrived. Yenetia forms part of
the Italian confederation, but remains under
the crown of Austria. The Dukes of Tus
cany aud Modena are to return under the
condition of granting a general amnesty.
The ship Acarna from Calcutta for Liver
pool was lost at sea, and twenty of the crew
and passengers drowned.
Arrival of the Arabia.
Sacktiix, Maine, August 9. Ibe steam
ship Arabie has arrived otf Cape Race. Her
news wiil not reach here till to-morrow.
Washington, July 9. The conflict of the
laws of 1818 aud 1820, the former prescribing
Sues and imprisonment and the latter, death
tor engaging or aiding cr abetting in the im
portation of Africans into the United States,
will probably cause the question to be
brought before the Supreme Court.
The Erie Ilallroad.
New Yoek, July 9. The Supreme Court
has granted the motion for the appointment
of a receiver for the Erie ltailroad.
New Orleans. Auir. 9. Cotton very dull;
sales of 3 days 700 bales. Receipts of three
days 200 bales, against 950 bales during the
same time last year. Exchange New York
t0 days 1 discount, failit premium.
New York, Aug. 9. Cotton sales 200
bales. Flour declined 1020 cents sales
8000 bbls. Corn quiet sales 14000 bushels;
79 for mixed aud 82 for yellow. Sugar,
Muscovado 5J5f. Coffee dull; declined I.
Attorney General and Reporter.
iff We are authorized to announce SAMCEL TUR
KEY, of White county, as a candidate Tor the office or
Attorney General and Reporter f r tha Stato, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Gen.
John L. T. Sneed. june29-te
A3- MILTOX A. HAfNES, of Memphis, is a candi
date for Attorney General and Reporter. Election 13lh
of August, 1859. Juue20-te
jig- -we are authorized to announce JAMES W.
DEADERICK, Esq., of Washington county , aa a candi
date for the office of Attorney General and Reporter
for the State, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Gen. John L. T. Sneed.
jfg We are authorized to announce WM. B. REESE,
Jr., Esq., as a candidate for the olUce of Attorney
General and Reporter for the State.
MS" We are authorized to announce J. O. SHACK
ELFORD, Esq., of Clarksville, as a candidate lor the
olBce of Attorney General and Reporter, to till tr-e va
cancy occasioned by the resignation of Gen. John L.
T. Sueed. niayW-td
( rinili) al Court Clerk.
Mf We are authorized to announce CHAS. E. DIG
GONS a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk at the
next March election. july4 -to.
I- We are authorized to announce JOHN SI1ANE,
Ett., as a candidate for re-elec ioa to the office of
Criminal Court Clerk at the next March election.
yrp Wo are authorized to announce Dr. E. M
PATTERSON as a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk
atthe ensuing March election. mayi4 td
aa-We are authorized to announce THOS. T. SACN-
DEKS as a candidate for iho offl e of County Trustee
of Lavidson County at tho election to be held io
March, 1860. apr20-U
0- We are authorized to announce SAMUEL P
AMKNTacaudidate for County Trustee at the nex
March election. aprl9-td
To the Public.
From now until October next we will offer onr en
tire RKTAIL StOClC Of HlRUVtKI AT RKDCCKD PRICKS FOB
Cash, including Carpkntrk'b Tools, Builkixu Hard-
wars and Hocsk Fcrnmhi.vq Goons, having made EX-
TKNsivg preparations for a Largk Ektail Trads, many
Vicky n.vK and desirable Goods can now be bought at
low fkickes for Casu. If you want the worth of
your money ia Hardware call soon at
McCAlX & CO.S,
june!5-t 34 lublic Square,
Some guv NETHERLASD will beat Harris, an
iimn Mir HARRIS will bnut Vetherland : but ever
body agrett that we can beat any uouxe in the State
for Uoud Tobacco and Flue Cltrars. and,
dear reader, you had bettor be convinced.
J. H. LANG LEY fc CO.,
may23-tf 44 Union street.
We have a lot of Shu- 8 and Gaiterg, selected from
our stock, which we will sell at Cost, as they
are a little old style. Call soon they are going rap
idly. FARRAR, D1SMUKES & CO.
ra- On the lllh of August. (Sunday.) the German
embolic Church, situated in Nortii Nashville, will be
dedicated bv th Rt. llvv. Bishop P. R. Mn.a-i and Rt.
Rev. Jakih Whs as. Bishop Wuelas will preach tho
sermon ou tlie occasion.
On Saturday nifftit laot. a Lady lost a Coral Breat-
Pin, somewhere on Church street. The finder
ill receive the thanks of the owner it left at this
ITIra. Vlnlow, an experienced uurue and
foraale physician, has a soothing syrup for children
teething, which greatly facilitates the process of
teelhiug, by solteniug the aunts re lucing all inflama
tion will allay all pain and is sure to regulate the
bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest
to yourselves and relief and health to your infanta.
erfectly safe ia all cases. See advertisement la
nother column. June7dwly.
We have one of the greatent curiosities and most
valuable inventions In the known world, for which
we want agouts everywhere. Full pa liculars sent
fhkk. Mian c i.Ar.iY,
Juty26-lmwins Biddeford, Maine.
"Mt. Vernon Record"
AYill eoirnienct its 2d Volume in July.
The first volume Joly, lS58,to July, 1M9, pre
sents a cordenseil niMory o. tne Aasociauon, wuh n,
simply thought of six years ago , ia now an orna-.i-
aation co-extensive wun tue luioii iuu-.i.
"Tlie Ladies' Association." (says the Philadelphia
Pres. in a recent leading article upon tbe subjectuf
the Mouut Vernon cause,) "through whose energies
so mucu moaey has beeu raised, hare bern !"
lully a-snii-U-d by thoir organ, tlie ' Mount Ytrmm Kt
cnrJ,' which has widely spread through all part of
the Liu. u accounts of what has brtu done every
where for the sacred cause which it efipouis. its
literary and arttotic merits are very dalingutt-hed;
but us fullness of details williiu a cumiaratively 1. ra
iled si. are. i.-, astoutshing. iue list ol names of con-
triiiuiora. publihi'd lu a suplunieutal sheet each
mouth, (snvral tnuuMiida iu eacu numuer mu
have inspired geurrous resHiises wherever this
iwr.uasively apiwalinK ana weiinuea u.tie to.n
has vped IU way. Huh the great good which the
'Mimnl Vernon ICecorit' must nave renuerta in unp
Ing to bring about, if there were do other leaaous to
siva it uubesltatiiia patronage, this, In Itself, should
largely increase thsguuerou list of subscribers which
It now enjoys."
Betides tue interest wnicn attacnes usrii vt am
lHtjrd." from iu ollicul couueclion with the cause
represented by tbe Ladies' Association, It is the de
sign of the pubiushort to associate aud idcnldy It with
popular lutvres.s. lu furtherance ot UiK purpose,
uiauv thmcs of literature aud art will be put under
tribute to mve altractaveucss aud geueral usetuluess
t (tie iircord ' ' as a J turual of progress.
The secAiad volume will contain, among otuer mat
ure prepared expressly lor it uges, a series of pa
pers, (to commence witii one of the erlj numbers,)
embracing utJe, t of great liiUTest p;rb.ii.iug
to our Colonial and Revolutionary iliUrjr, to be en
tiUud Pil'rima'ci to Saerrd Shrhif i ia the Laud of
No. 1. Coaaastctno wtm Morst Vtaso ; '
With numroiia intonfd illu.lrauons, a process nev
er bet or applied U ae4pi'r print. ug. every u
oct er relic b Uuiuiug to tliat hallowed spot, (many
nt whH'h, poMsuig aaromiutwi iuirre, ana nui.
in io Washmutou'soarlf Ills. aud attogother arw to
the publa-,) will be published, with lull details of
narrative and emoeliisuiueui, prcaeniiug wumiiricii
nUns.oblct dellneauons, aud sceuic views, arcur
ately draw and engrawd with the atmoet care from
akrterra made expreseij Ir in nmnrm uj vpv
of IU conductors, during a recent stay at Mount
Taeee aapera will be embodied la a
aaraa tu.traar nara,
To be published at UtorvaU vita the regular edition,
wUbkHjtaadltMMV.I charge la sabauiiMirs.
lluti suaceU the "KrcvrJ" will, aa usual, be
given lu Uuu special matter which directly relate
of the Ladles Asa'lalioa . la
ii.i. la Ihka . Its uairoS will always CouUUi lists
mt ta-e persous who, lrom Ui difleenl Mate of
the Inioa, send their roautbuUuea to she tnod;
added to wbtca wilt be tbe namea at mbacribers tm
the faotd-moanled Waahiuittua fortmta.
fries UM ihjliar per yer. Invariably la advaaoe.
AdJrcj tbe fabliahara,
ikTrrjar co., v
liil rbiUll hia l.tUoVie,
Ju)y2 or, lJ bvittib Tuurd sareei.
Pro (000is QLIotljinfle
WITH the view of selling oat everything in t
way of SUMMER STOCK, we have this day re
duced the prices to figures that must insure their
sale, and all persons not supplied would do well to see
the following articles, as they will be sold without re
gard to coat, FOR CASH, or to raoan itmu aw run.
Rieli Summer Silks, of all kinds,
Bicli Printed Grenedines "
Eich Printed Baregea, " "
Bien Printed Organdies, " " .
Bach Printed Jaconets, " "
Together with an endless variety of LOW P
LAWNS; ia fact, everything pcrimhablk, in tbe wavnf
Summer Goods, will be sold at VERY LOW PRICES.
"We mean what we Bay."
. R. C. McXAlBY t CO.
New Goods -Tliird Importation
WE are receiving a few new and desirable articles
in tbe way of Traveling Dress Goods, Rich Bl'k
Silks, Ribbons, Loose Basques, Rich Scarfs, Ac, Ac.
These Goods were bought ir. Itew York within the last
few days by one of our firm, and are new and desir
able. R.C. 11 cN AIRY CO.
WE are new receiving Lawn Robes, Knslins, Fans,
Men's and Boy's Leghorn and Straw Hats, ex
tra flee Summer Clothing, Ribbons, Needle Worked
Collars andSleeve8,bVbbinett, Mosquito Netting, Palm
Faus, Cotton Hosiery, Knitt Under-shirts, Parasols,
&c., which we will sell greatly under market prices
to MERCHANTS ONLY. We have a large stock of
Shoes and Carpeting which we will sell at low figures
to make room for cur Fall Stock. Our Mr. Leers
will leave for the Eastern Cities iu due time, and we
promise our friends that our Fall Stock shall be even
more desirable than heretofore.
June29-tf TRABUE LUCUS.
J. J. f.VVHIRTER & CO.
And Wholesale Dealers
Foreign and Domestic
WE have removed onr ptock of Goods te the
Ware Rooms formerly occupied by Trabue &
Lucus, No. 74, Corner of Suspension Bridge street
and Public Square, where we Bhall be happy to see
all MERCHANTS visiting Nashville.
We keep constantly ou band a complete stock of
SUMMER COATINGS, SUMMER PANTALOONS
CLOTHS, TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS,
CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, &c.,&c
LAD1 IS DRESS GOODS. DRESS TRIMMINGS,
IRISH LINENS , WHITE G OODS , Al L KINDS
RIBEONS, ALL KINDS, RUSCHE3,
ARTIFICIALS, GLOVES, HOSIERY,
AND VARIETIES GENERALLY.
MERCFIA XTS who wish to buy for CASH or
SHoKT TIME will tlnd it for their interest to examine
our f-tock. Wo arc offering our SPRING & SUMMLP
GOODS at reduced prices.
A. J. McWIIIRTER & CO
B. C ANDKKSON.
R. C. ANDERSON & CO,
No. 45 Son tlx market street,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WE are in receipt ofonr Spring and Summer stock
of READY MADE CLOTHING , and all the latent
styles and importations of goods for our regular cus
tom work, suitable lor . Summer wear, which we are
conlldeut cannot fail to please in quality, beauty, and
texture, aud know we can and wiil manufacture them
in a style equal to any bouse In the city. We are
well prepared, and give close attention to the manu.
facture of all kinds and descriptions of gentlemen's
jaa-Our resident partner in the Easteives his whole
attentiou to the manufacturing business, aud bis long
experience heretofore in furnishing Ready made
Goods for the market, combined with his knowledge
of the trade, would convince us, did we not know,
mat nnr present biock is tne siuf 1 WMrLtrE AND
TASTEFUL we have ever had the pleasure of present
ing to our customers. Tendering to our numerous
friends, old and new customers, our grateful thanks
for their many favors beremfure, and assuring them
that it will ever be a pleasure for us to be at their ser
vice, we remain,
Junes a.TO. K. v. ANDERSON t CO.
Spring and Summer Clothing
An inspection of the stock docs not involve the nece
sity ol a purchase.
tllTE are now receiving an entire new stock of
V V ready-madeClotbiugand men's Fnrniahineand
Piece Goods, and would particularly call the aticntior
of dealers to the style and make of our garments
most of which was made to our order, and the work
of which we will warrant to stand. Our stock is com
prised, in part, of all the newest styles of Cloth Coats.
allCallouus, frock, dress, office, business, skeleton,
tweed, linen, drab deta,alpacca audcassimere Coals -cassiiuere
and tweed suits to match; silk and Mar-
scillcfc Vestings; Pants, in great variety.
Youths', Boys' and Children's Clothin.
Our stock Is entirely new, comprising every good
style and quality.
men's Furnishing Goods,
We Invite particular attention to our improved cut
Shirts, as it is the most d sirable and reliable make
Shirt In the market. Gloves, Buspeuders, Scarfs.
Neck-ties , Cravats, Handkerchiefs , Half Hose, needle
worked Shirt Bosoms, and afull stock under wear.
Black, blue, brown aud dahlia Cloths: black and fan
cy Classiineres.in great variety , silk and Marseille
Vestings; dress, detaauu linen Urillings; Umbrellas
Ac, Ac, Ao.
N. B. Clothing cut to order.
WARD, BIRMINGHAM CO., Practical Tailors
mar23 No. 20 Public Square, Nashville.
Ice Cream Freezers.
Operation Simple. ICeauIt Certain.
TBS lMCRSAJUSO DKXADD, AXOTRB CM El TA L1IC rorc-
la a itt or thus FaBsxaitbraovkTasMTO sbibk vkkt
BBXT ICB CUBAM FBKEZBkS IS CSB.
Sols Aobhts fob tub Pxitsd Statbs,
K. KETCH AM &. CO.,
MASrTACTCRBKS Of JaTAXSKD 4SD PLANISBIO TlB
29a rsari street, w York.
J. W. WILSON,
Opposite Sewanee House, Nashville,
Keeps countatly on hand a good supply of all sixes of
be above MAKER'S FIVE MINLTE ICE CREAM
J A. MiCLl'RE has for sale 60
Plana Fortes from Celebrated
makers. Steiow-iy k Sous, A. H. Gale
A Co.. Hax"lbn Bros., Peters, Cragg
A Co., aud oih'-ri, cmsistinguf 6 and ,T and ?X
Or tana, and ranging in price from 100 to t"00, all
warranted la every reapeet. Pxns purchaaiug
from him will hot pay from Hi f t'i aiore than if
thev save aa order to a Psotaa for aa laslrnmenl
that tliey neither see nor hear ualll it Is put up in
their parlor. When It Is sometimes very hard to Bad
an lu'trument that pleases la every particular whea
rim have a aoseu or more to Select irom. Is It at ail
kely you would be pleased In buying by order.
Also in st-ire me largevt SUhK or 'Bli.'et Music B-toks.
and smalt Muslu lustruoienla ever offered la Lae
karkft. and will be sold lower than by any
other bouse In the City. Co ue to S3 Caion strwt and
be convinced. J. A. MuCLcita.
New Yobk, July 1st, 1S48.
rT-'HK EUREKA !MrROtI1 SHCTTLE SEWING Mt.
I t HLM.S, ili-vuand by Eliaa Ho, Jr., Feq. , and
ether.) using llVU TUlU.Alti, and making the LUCK
Irice 850! 50! S30! 850!
WILL SIX, STirClI, llEil .LD GATUEB.
Agents wanted In every city and town is the &at
ef ToanesiTe. Address,
D. J. LEVY, Ceo'l 8up t.
ritl.nriPAL.orriCC 4S9 llroadtvajr
juljll-lta KT T0&S.
a. j. ivtsa.
Gat., w. arrcsttsthi
LYIXS Ai IIITCIIl.NCS,
Bim. S3 t'edsr atrect,
"11 rill at all tBf buy Kef-re suitable for the
V New Orleans market. All persuM having Ne
groes to aril will plwa g ve a call.
jul21-U LYLiai at lUTCaiNGS.
Cltj Property for Sale.
r 'HAT very dodrabl swoewrty at the eoraev ef
A iiar aaa cneiry auecv,k.aowB aa uh biu iuw
The property eeeapaed by Mr. Java as a Board laj
Ho ot Cedar awt. I r rl.atara mpf'f to
JatyjO E. It CLAsCut"; fcCU., jai.
W. T. FALL,
No. 3i Public Square,
KIEXMAN & ELLIS'S OLD STAND,
Importers and Dealers in
GUNS AND CUTLERY,
McCAL.li & CO.,
NO. 84 PUBLIC SQUARE,
may 3 if
HiESSRS. SEMMONS & CO
OPTICIANS and manufacturers of the above well
known SPECTACLES have located themselves at
lVo. GG9 1-2 Broadway,
Lafarge House, lVew York,
Where they keep on hand a large assortment of their
celebrated l-pecucles, which they clTcr at wholesale
V01GIIL.A1YDER & SOAS,
'' (of Vienna,) renowned
Opera and Marine Glasses, Cos
niorainic Stereoscopes .
Of which a new assortment is received by every
9Tbe Trade supplied on liberal terms.
i lu.iyS-d Aw 3m
AK experienced Nurse and Female Physician, pre
sents to tbe attention of mothers, her
For Children Xeethlns
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by
softeuiug the gums and reducing all inoamalion; wi
allay ALL PAIN aud spasmodic action, and is
SCRETOREUULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers.it will give resttoyour
k . selves, and
RELIEF AN'D HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
Price a cents per BOTTLE.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten
years, and can sat, i coNnns-vcs aud tkith of
it, what we have never ben able to say of
auv other medicine NEV ER HAS IT FAILED IN
A SINGLE INSTANCE. TO EFFECT A CURE, when
timely nsedl Never did m we know an iustauc
of dissatisfaction by any J? one who nscd it, on
tbe contrary, all are dc lighted with its opera
tions, and spuak in terms of highest commenda
tion of its magical effects and medical virtues.
We spxak in this matter "wbat wb do know,"
alter ten year's exeri ence, and flkdob ocb
RKrCTAtlOU FOB TUB ri'LTIL MIOT Or WBAT WM USKI
dkclarb. In almost every instance where the In
fant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relie
will be found lu fifteen or ?Z twenty minutes after
the syrup is adminis tered.
This valuable pre para tion is the prescription
of one of the M'RST EX i-i PKKIENCED aud bKlL
KULNURES in New Eng land, and has bees
used w ith NKVER FAILQ IN scocEsa is
THOUSANDS X OF CAstS.
Not only relieves the child y from ain, but lnvig
urates the stomach and bowels, correcu aciJI
ity , and gives tone and en ergy to tbe whole sys
tem. It will almot-t In stuitly relieve
GRIPING IN THE . BOWElJS. ANU
wln ut COLIC,
and overcome convulsions w which if not specdilj
remedied, end In death. We believe it the best
and Hl'KRT KKMKliy ix 1MB w world, In all raxes ol
HYSENTERV AND 1IAK m R1KKA IN CHILDREN
whether it arixes from ijl teething, or from any
other cause. We would say to evory molhei
who has a child suffering mm from any of the forego
ing com plauits lx NtT. LKT YoCR PRFJtDI
CKS. NOR T1UC PREJC" DICES OF OiHERS.
stand between yonr suffer ing child and tlie relief
that will be sure yes, ABSOLUTELY iil'KJi
to follow the use of this medicine, if timely
Full directions for using will accompany each
bottle. None genuine no 5 less the facsimile ol
CURTIS k PtlUONi, New York, is on the out
Sold by drngKists through out the world.
Principal ottice No. 13, Cedar st. New York.
juueTdAWly Trice 2S eenu per bottle.
A BLOODLESS VICTORY ! !!
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
THIS enormous quintity of this Invaluable Reme
dy has been purchased by citis-nuof the United
Mates during the short time it has been before tbe
public. The reason for this extraordinary sncreas is
simply in the ariaal truth and value nf the article.
No one buys the MUi.N'trriC If. ASTER without be
coming its friend. It performs all thai is promised,
and carries with it its own recornmendalioa. Truly
his la a viclorv peaceful and bloodies bat we be.
Here not lea glorious than the triumphs of war. with
Its tnua f caraave and dmniauon.
The MAUNKTIC PLASTER Is undoubtedly tha
Greatest Streagtoener and Paia Peatroyer that Sci
ence has yet discovered. If yoa put this Plaster any
wuere. If Paia is there, the P!utor will suck there
until tbe Pain has vanished. Tne Plaster magnetite
the Paia away, and
ruin cannot eiiii wnerc this Plaster ii tpplicd
Rheumatism, Lameness, Stlffaeas, Weakness. Pw
ility, Nervousness, Neuralgut, pyspepam, Cuugiu
and Colds, Pains and Aches of every kind.dowuevvs
to Coras, are IVwEIHATKLY RF.IJLVEP. aud, with S
Ule patience, PERMANENTLY CI REP, by the mag
cat Influence of the MAUN ET1C FLASTfcK. It is the
lumpiest, surest, safest, pleasant eat and cheapest rem
edy to existence, lis appticaucn is agivrm equal
ly to the strong man, the dela-ate woman, and tlx
feeble infant- To each and all it will prove a Bala
and aBieaeiug. Ita isagreeable.aad wttuoutaa
anyance or trouble, lu price ia within reach ol ail
rich er poor; all may bave it, ana all should have H
who are sick, and eullenug in any way.
KAKMKK-4 aad PLAN l t-KS should always be Sop
nllad with the MAGNETIC PLANTER. It will be tin
Uond Physician to any household, ready at ail times
aad al instant notice.
Pat up la air-tight tin boxes. Etca box will maki
six to eight plasters, and any child caa spread them
Prase 2 cents a bos, with fall aad pirn a directions.
I. C. noill.IIB.tD, BI. D.
MORF-HEAD'a MAGNETIC PLASTER IS SOLD Bi
A1X DRL'GGI.'TS AND DEALERS IN GENUINE
TltK SBdorctgned is prevartag to put tbe Broadway
MUW into opa-rauoa as sooa as a supply ef new
Wheal can be eMimed. Tbe higheat market price
will be paid for neat delivered at the stilt.
JaneJ I). Ik, MCT.
BBLS.CUver need Just received ssdreraaj
by v. . Jtaa.t.
ar-2s - - -
TirTTlX JTUPES MIXIUNKS' ECTLKNQ AS
jt pi atio N trvaJaw. ajtireor
ssaySO-lf k- tUwLAaCOCK k CU,
Late M'CaU.Yanleer & Co.
THE popularity of the Xexlean Hmlt
Liniment is co-extensive with the civilisation of
the globe. Other articles claim to allveiatt pain and
distress this cure. Family Physicians, Govern
ment Hospitals, Farriers, Planters, Fanners, Livery
men, Ac, have practically demonstrated this fact,
throughout the world. Ka article ever befcre re
ceived such undivided praise and sapport from Med
ical and Scientific men.
of years' standing, has been totally enred. Piles
Ulcers, Tumors, Banning Sores, Scrofula, Still Joints,
Felons, Swellings, Barns, Bites, Boils, Chape, Ken
ralgia, Salt Rheum, and all aches and pains upon
man, and kindred complaints npoa
H025Z8, CATTLE, Ac
sach as Ring-bone, Gall, Scratches, Spavin, Poll-Evil,
Sweeney, Hoof-ail, Ac ., are subdued and cored
V ALU ABLE HORSE SAVED!
Mr. S. LrrcH, Hyde Park, VL, writes: That the
horse was considered worthless," (his case was
Spavin ,)buts iteVnhe free use of tbe Mustang
Liniment, I have sold bim for S150 cash. Your Lin
iment has been doing wonders up here."
420 Broad Street. PHiLAnrUHiA, Pa.
(Extract,) 'ln lifting the kettle from the lire it
became ormanageable, tilted over, and scalded my
bands very severely, almost to a crisp. It was an
awtal sight. Tbe Mustang Liniment appeared to ex
tract the pain. It healed rapidly, without soreness,
and left no scar of account. Truly yours.
Such language as this is but the constant and nat
ural echo wherever this article is used.
: This Liniment is indispensable to planters and own
ers of horses and mules. Mr. John Daniels, Mont
gomery, Ala., sold a slave for 800, who was raised
from utter uselessaesa by this Liniment. Every
family should have it. Be very particular and en
quire for the Mustang Liniment and take no other.
Sold by all dealers throughout North and South
America, Europe, and the Islands of the ocean, for
23 cents, 60 cents, ann f 1,00 per bottle.
BARNES PARK, New York
Lyon's Magnetic Powders,
Will destroy Garden Insects, Cockroaches, Bed
Bugs, Fleas, Ants, Moths, and all
pests of the vermin kind. .
Tbe importance of a reliable article of this kind Is
inestimable. In warm weather all nature teems with
these annoying foes. This powder is the only article
ever discovered which will exterminate them. A
company of botanists, from the Horticultural Society
of Paris, while amidst the ferns of Asia, observed
that all insects lighting upon a certain kind of plant
very soon dropped dead This fact was made use of
to guard their night camps from these intruders.
Quantities of tbe plant were brought home by Mr. E.
Lyon, and found a positive insect destroyer in every
experiment. It is simply a powdered leaf, chemi
cally prepared to resist the effect of age and climate.
Medals and Letters Patent have beeu obtained from
the governments cf England, France, Germany and
Russia, from the World's Fair, and numerous medi
al and horticultural colleges and societies.
Letter from the President of the United States.
"ExaciTivB Maaox, Washinotok, I
Jan 81st, 1&&S.
"Mr. Ema.vteiLvom Pear Sir: I have the pleas
ure to inform you that tlie Royal Commission, of the
World's Fair, at London, have awarded you a Medal
and certificate ior tho great value of your Magm tic
Powders, Ac. Miixako Fiu-aoiut, Chairman."
The above was accompanied by a certiticale of
IT IS Fit EE ritOH l'OISOX.
New York, October 1st, 1S58.
Mr. E. Lton Dear Sir: We have analysed and
tested your Magnetic Powders and find them perfect
ly harmless to mankind and domestic aumi-Js, but
certain death when inhaled by bugs.auts aud insects.
James R. Cbiltux, M. P., Chemist.
La 1' bancs Run, Prof. Chemistry, N. Y. Hos.
Mr. John L. Rome, Superintendent of the New
York Hospital, says, -he has expelled all the bugs,
ants, roaches, moths, Ac, with Lyon's Powler, and
finds it of immense value."
Every gardener and housekeeper most have a dl
rect interest iu an article of this kind. Referenoe can
be made to the A tor, St. Nicholas, and Metropolitan
Hotels; to Judge Meigs, President of the American
Institute; James ordon Bonnet, Gen. Winfield Scott.
Cyrus W. Field, L. M. Pe-ise, of tbe Five Points Mis
siou Ac, Ac. Judge Meigs says, 'This discovery of
Prof. Lyon is of national importance. The farmers'
Club have tested it thoroughly. It will destroy lo
custs, grasshoppers, ants, moths, bugs and all ver
min Garden plants can be preserved, aud houses
Arrangements are now made through Messrs.
BARNES PARK, of New York, to bave it sold
throughout tbe world. Many worthless imitations
are advertised. Be cautious!
New Yobk, November 8th, 1858.
"In retiring from business,! bave sold all my la
sect Powders and Pills, Letters Patent, acd the se
crets pertaining thereto, to Messrs. Barnes h Park.
This powder is a discovery made by myself, and
brought from the interior of Asia, and is unknown to
any other persons. Tbe genuine and effective article
is put up la tin canisters, aud will continue to bear
my name. E. Lvos."
Rats and mice cannot be reached by a powder,
and are killed by a Magnetic PILL. Order them
through any merchant.
Tis Lyon's Powder kills insects in a trice,
But Lyon's Pills are mixed for rats and mice
Sample Flasks 25 cents; regular sises 50 cents and
$1.00. Follow directions. Use freely and thorough
ly. BARNES PARK,
aprl-4mdwtw. IS aud It Park Row, N. York:
TO YOUNG MEN.
AH who are suffering from tbe effects of YOUTH.
fVh EXCESS, SELF-Jt BUSE, or the debility arising
from SEXUAL DISEASE.caa be SCRELT nd PDIMA-
NENTLY RESTORED TO PERFECT HEALTH,
STRENGTH AND VIGOR, by using tbe
ELIXIR DE VIE.
This most valuable Medicine is prepared from a RE
CEIPT Or AN EMINENT PARISIAN PHYSICIAN,
and is constantly used in Europe with NEVER FALL
ING SUCCESS. It will thoroughly remove all
X EE VOL'S DEBILITY,
A X D
IEFEDIULXTS TO MIERUGE,
And will rentore the fafferer and Impotent to a kta
of PERFECT MANLY VIGOR. It will thoroughly
eradicauthe effects of either
Mercury or Disease,
mom which so many thousands are continually Bar
tering without knowing a remedy.
The oost o'cure is trifling. One bottle will last one
fronth.and l suitable for ellhrrsei. Sent free by
snail to all parts ot .the United States
Price, One Dollar per Bottle.
D, II. ANDEUTO.V,
181 Broad way, St. T.
N. B. A Circular containing full particulars aad
directions will be scot with each bottle, aaa free to
ay address, on application.
LOCAL. AGENTS WANTED.
OU. Kl.tti'S DISPKNSAnY
FOU PRIVATE DISEASES.
lVsCrrgr., DK. KING, formerly of New York, for
Jlj.Wil the Uat four years uf Louwrtlle, hra-
Lu.ay,ana wbo has devouwi tsuuDuus w u tov
bwuiui private oiaeaww i"T t j ' -himself,
having auendd U a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, be Is eaabied Ut
core all diseases of a pri aaiore, no saattrr how
bad they may be from injudicious seda-l treatment,
or from neglect of their ewa. Ir. King's IHspvaaary
to No. S3 ltoaderick street, bet aeea tnerry ana im
Square, second story, where be Cures ail diseases of a
tioMstsu eared wfthoot aaaseoosmedlcmeor la-
terferrace with baaineaa.
rirsKTCBB of eld ec recent sate, esecwaii j ewu
a few days, by aa Deration which caaaes no paia.
W bare a Mrx:tur exists health cannot be eMjoyed.
Perhaps ao dismse caaaes more saisthief aad ander
salnee tbe eonsututmn so sauca.
MrrwiLBi, with all tl of the skta, rrowteg
at ot aeiect or aad Uouu.l,ca be edociaaJly
cared to f"W days.
taaiBAi. Wms rmrtieaUraUeotWwibavmgbeesi
gives to this disease, aad ail Um tcaw)WMM rrow
lag out cf it. brought on la man v cnaea by the -StriKUve
Hab.ia of liusaaklraie touths and esces
.... i.j.l.-uici uf the Basaawis.a aectort ef wbith will
aarmis the eatstur. ?: tne snbasBtaaat
for bttsmeeaor socaetv ,aad caaaug prvseatured age.
FcnvtVa who may ie Utwrrag wtth say dinVally of
v.. m ,Mub mav ressatred t,f itnsaediauf rrttef.
freuas reelduig skruod, by w rii.it g sad statinf
their MM,viU a (eactuead.dtrerted to Dr. A. ILisg,
MiiulKk street. NaahvilH. Tena.. wUl have
m iiairry ssedirmeayit ta Utatr addrcea, with a.
. ..r.-.rT dirertiena. Mr-. I smcjcV obewrved. Offic
aoarsfr Sa e'ciockia haorsig saul ta !
NASH & MARK,
STATEMEN"1, OF THE CONDinON OF THE ';
. NEW ENGLAND M
INSURANCE COMPANY,. 1
OF HABTFOBD, COSlf,
On lh lWdsf fJiilv,lg59,
MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER .OTETEE,:..
Porsnant to the Statute or tb&i" Stvl. passed .March 1st, 1856.
The name of the Company is the Ktw EaotAT
and is located at Hartford, Conn.
The amount of its Capiul Slock is
The amount of iu Capital Stock paid up is
nr.m a ...... rnmniti strs txm AOIIQ1
1. Cash on hand and in bank
2. Cash in hands of, and due from Agents,..
S. Amount loaned on Mortgage of Real Kstate.......
4. Amount loaned on pledge of Bank stocks,
5. Amount loaned on pledge of Railroad Bonds......
t. Amount loaned on approved Personal securities,.
Shares Bank of Commerce Stock, N. Y., Par
" Cnntinontal TUiik Stork
" Park "
Bank of tbe State of N. T.
American Excb'ge Back block, N.T. "
Melropollun Bank rtock, "
Bank of New York Slock " "
Ocean Bank Stock, "
National Bank Stock, "
Bank ol Commerce block, Boston, "
Merchants' Bank Stock, Boston, "
Xian Bauk Stock, Hartford,
Mercantile Bmk Suck, Hartford,
Merchants' A Manf. Bank Stock. Ufd. "
KockviUe Bank Stock, Rock v Ule, "
8. Accrued Interest on Investments,.
V. Amount of other property owned by the Company.................
Amount of Liabilities due or not due to Banks or
Loees adjusted and due, none.
Losses adjusted and not due, none.
Losses unadjusted....... ........................ ... ............ ............ 250.00
Losses in suspense aud wailing for the proof....... ... .. 660 83 930.83
All other claims againal the Company consulting of misoellaiieoue expenses uf ottice.
11th. Tbe greatest amount Insured by any one risk,
l'.th. The amount insured in any one city, town, or
13th. Tbe amount insured in any one block depends
lttu. Certified Copy of the Charter of the Company filed
N. M. WATERMA.K. President.
GEO. D. JEWLTT, Secretary.
State of Connecticut.')
S-ss- Habtpobo, Joly 9, A. D., 1669.
Coujrrr or Habttobd. J
Personally appeared N. M. WATERMAN, President, and GEO. I. JEWLTT, Secretary, of the New England
Fire and Marine Insurance Company, and made oath that the foregoing statement, by Ibem subscribed.
true, according to their best knowledge and belief.
This is to Certify, that the New England Insurance
nectKut, has complied with all the requirements of an
Tennessee, in March. 1856, entitled "An Act to regulate tbe Agencies ol Insurance Comnire not Incorpor
ated by the State of Tennessee." and that J. SASH A W. J. MARKS are tbe legally authorssed Agents uf said
Company in the City of Nashville, State of Tennessee.
The Subscribers will tesue the Policies of tbe above
s & n00
(Successsors to Wells, Hooper h Co.,)
PALMS, OILS, PERFUMERY
Ko. 21 Cedar itreet,
Dealers and Physicians
ar-SCPFLIED ON LIBERAL TEBMS.-2
A. II. ROSCOE &. CO..
WHOLESALE AUD EETAIL DEALEB IJT
Drs-s, ITIedlclnea, Uye-StafTs,
I'erfumery, faints. Oils,
Glass, Itruahcs, Wlilte Lesd, Ae.&e
, Corner of llroad and Market strerU,
TVaaliTlItw. Tn.. .
Ha t constantly on hand s large and
wellseiecled stock of the above arti
cles, together with a large assortment of
Fancy arlicles;all of whu h is otlerea for
sale on the ruontaccommiHlamig terms.
Arrow Knot, 100 pounds, Bermuda aad Florida-
Brimstone, boo pounds, reuued;
Casuir Oil , i00 gallous ;
ixpperas , VO barrels , prime; reea ;
Cream Tartar, 6 barrels
Gum Camphor, 100 pounds;
Indigo, too pounds, Vine to Common;
Madder, 1 ,0()0 pouuds, first quality ;
Super Carb. Soda 4,000 pounds prims;
' Clour Sulphur, 600 pounds.
A 11 of waucbis offered atthe lowest prices
mar!7 A. II. KoSCOK st CO
E X T It A
For the Consideration of Sensible People.
FIDDLING about Is not the practice of Dr. MESKCIC.
Me understands the disease at once and cures.
He hales long tampering around and long running
bilis, but sticks to an honorable practice, to resuecta.
I ble fees and to cash payments. Case given up by
other I'bysiciana are often cured by Ir. Masses.
Office on College street, corner of Liue.
.A. T COST.
Irwin, McClelland & Co
Are offering their entire stock of
FANCY DRESS SILKS,
RICH PRINTED and
RICO FRENCH ORGANDIES,
EXTRA RICn DOCBLE-SKIRT ORGAN
DIES and ELEGANT LACE SETTS
AT COS .
We are offering our entire stock at aopreoedeated
low prices to mas room for our
Persoos buying for cash will do well by giving us
call at M and J College street.
wTU. TLSD AN EXCniJNT LOT
LASGHOSS AKD AS3C1STZAD TOBACCO
also a lasos aasoavaurr ov
PUE HAVANA CIGAR8,
NO s fall stock of OCR OWN MAKE OF CIGARS,
Uwaa aar nthr boue can pasbty iac.
J. W. LAMtlAl st tAJ..
St I'ummi street.
Cross Vlcs Wanted.
mHI Kaabville and Nurth-wu r Kaiiroal Ox
1 paay wish to euoiract fur 40.000 CUIAit CkUad
Tlas, e Ming, nuna vu . , wii mrmm, w
at narroaaM place Iras thaa Inches c War of
bark: limber to be sound ; to be delivered at lbs grade
hue uf ttoe road lu Na.b ilka.
The cooirar nr want to cuotrart fur 30.000 vTHrTX
or luc-T-OAal Tll-S of tbe same aise aa Um above, to
b dehvered oa tae hue of Uie ruad In puss rross
atxliuB It to secuoa Sl.caoughua euth wtmn to
supply the same. -
perauas wwniag to OKI win uirec so iue rnwi
aud larectars of tbe NAaaville aad urtii western
bailrwd Cusapuay , Naahvuae, leaneasoe
rviua anoerstgnea nave uia r
A scire togtur aadur tlui Ira of
NICUOLSOX & Ut'MPUIlEY,
sad willoueUaae the
Dry Goods Trade,
at tas ca traia ow
I. C. NICHOLSON & CO.,
, JVs. S3 Soatta aid of Sitar.
wiU edVr war eaure stock AT CU- f J OR CASH
tse resaaai'Sar of the wa.i , as we are dtormued to
get ear stock very l"" ofure rH tr
.lark. MCUULWJS Ul.iU'USli'.
FJ ab Mawo Lvscxaxcx CoaravT, of naawoan
f 200,000 00
.. (7,700 00
Value, $10,000 Market Val.
lO.SOU OO .
, 180 .00
Total Assets, J30,26L
other Creditors, none.
except in a few special cases, Is ti ,000.
village, is iudenuite, depending a pun Ks sise and bow
upon its sise and construction, subject to above roles.
uiaolu xw uiaraAJiwct Ol tue Peace
Statx of TkxxBSrtBt, CoHPraoixxa's Orrrr.
NAsavius, August a, 1850.
Company, located at Hartford, hi the Mle ol Cun.
Act passed by tbe Ueurral Assembly of tbe Slate nf
4. i. iibAUtP, Comptroller.
- named sound aud energetic Company.
NASH & MARK,
Agents, Xo. 25, COLLEGE SHEET.
Heal dsklt Solrs.
LAND FOR SALE.
TTOK sale a very desirable Tract or Laud, contain
X Ins about SO lcnl. rrnntln. nn u...r .
boro' Turnpike aud within S miles of the cwporatimi
of Nashvilie, aud lu the neighborhtaid of t'raiiklia
and Minerva Colloges aud the Washington lusti-
This valuable Tract of Land Is weU adapted for a
first-rate residence, commanding one of tbe finest
Views ill llavld.nn nmvilv A . .
, - - --j . r iMufl hi iuo
Und is rich bottom, with a branch of excellent wa
ter running through It from about 90 never falluig
Spruics. lu short distance from the cuv will ren-
IllT It fAlluhl. far A Itraw... 1 1. (.11 n'
any manuhcturtng business which requirvs a large
'" .ir, mo m unsurnarsea rora mar
ket garden, orchard and vinery. Tbe Improvements
oonsist of a Frame House, nearly new, with Kitchen.
Stables, Ac., and all euckwed wuh a good fence!
-; -J - .ciHta tci, iinerat
lor purticnlars apply to
mayaa-triwam E. B. G LASCOCK St CO.
liuml tor sale.
I WILL sell my beautiful Farm, containing two hnn
dred acres handsomely improved, situated tii
miles North of Nashville, Immediately on the Louis
ville and Nashville Branch Turnpike, two miles from
tbe Louisville aud Nashville Railroad, adjourn, the
farm of Wilham D. Phillips. I refer persons wiahUic
to see the farm to Mr. W. II. Phillips. This farm has
two never-railmg springs of fine water, and is one of
the healthiest places In the Stale; can be purchased en
gol terms at private sale, between this and the first
of October next, at which time it will be offered bv
me at public sale. CAROLINE J. BELL,
Ties. tStocks and Clors.
Jn-T reoeived a choice lotofNonk Ties. Stocks
tiloves. Pocket IlaB.ikpr-I.Lr,i .
embracing all thelatost styles, for'sale by '
I 11. stcuiu-
Comb,llruBbes, Porte Monnalet
T&J3iSQ BAGS' TRUNIW, CARPKT BAGX.TJM
BKLLLAS, sod a gcueral stock of 'anov Goods
received aud for ai.1 .1 . '
i .LdlM d G-jtitlemen 's Kurnishhig htors,
Jyle-tf Cornrrof Square and College at.
Golden Syrup! Golden Sn-nn!
O S HALF BUL3. bi. Louis Golden 8yrap:
rWtl 26 kegs " ' '
Just received and a very superior article, for aal.
low at No. Market street. '
y CAKTER WTLSrORD Jc CO.
Kid. Silk, Lisle & Thread Glores.
JCST to hand a r.-aopply of Seasonable Gloves,
iulvls-tf ii .
AFTNX assortment of FANd, wbk-b we will ssD
cheap. J. H. MoGILL.
STLK, Merino, Lis la Thread, Cashmere, Plain and
1 ancy Cotton, received and for sale b v
Jyl J. H. Met; ILL.
EVERT variety or Fans, of Pearl, white aad reel
Ivory, Handle Wood, and a few Parasol Fans,
received and for sale by
HI J. H. HoGILL
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE undersigned have this dsy dissolved by Inn
tusJ ouaseal Uie oonartnernhip berelolore eoa.
d acted under tueurmnf WILLIAMSON CHAT1IAM.
Alexandrt Williamaoo having sold out hie enure in
terrwt in said oueera to Jons L- Cbealham.
Naahvlllc, July 6th, la5tt.
THE subacriner Informs his friends and the pabUd
generally that be has this day sold out bis entire
niereat In the ootiorrn of WILLIAM.SOV C11KAT
HAM to JOHN L. UIKATHAM. In withdrawiec from
the business be would rsctful!y tcndr tie warsa
est thanks tn all his numerous friends who nave so
hb rally extended their patrouage to the old eon
ccra, and suhcu from Ibem a coulinaauee of tte same
to b l suceeaaurs gentinraen Io every respect eno.
tied to the tughestcobD lenre. Nashville, July . law.
TUX undersigned have this day associated them
selves together nnder the Brut name uf ARCHES
CHEATHAM BituTiiEK, lor the punxae of uanaact.
log a Ltqaur and Wine, Cigar and Tobaooo basiuess,
similar la every reaunct to that carried on by their
predecessors, Williamson St Cheatrutm, aad hope br
strict u action to baaiueas to merit a ctiauanoe of
the patronage ao liberally esloaded to that ooaoera.
NaahviUe, July eth, liit.
Jslyt-tr JOHN L. CUEATUAM.
ALL tboaw tndrbtad to I eatato of JOETFI
'lX!),aKi.,r notidod to come and settl
tuev ladeetoduMS with the Executor immedsuely,
aad those having cUun agaiSMi tue sai eatate mill
present tlmm wu.ua the Viute preaoribed by law, or
tuey will be barred. JO. . WALKER,
juiyll4Wlisi Ex'r of Joseph Woods, dos'd.
at Cost and Vmlcr.
LOT of Ladve, Cent's Bry's, Miaes and Chll
oreu's HUM AVU UOki . a liuto out of sty Is .
utguud.aad alt tu.:rt kiada at fwdiseod pricea, 1 1
e ran lur ear i an muck.
af Cail suoa aud get bargains.
11. R. CVTTER, "
JulyXt oar. Broad and Cuilege streets.
BATE Iwe young Negro Wixc.a is biro. Taos
aatuig will do well to apiuj ' SBediately.
V. J. 1.YLA2I.
3d Cades sirset.
Outs aud Co tu.
TT0R tale by E. D PICKET
V Jaaeo SAS -
4 IX pe-anns tudvbied to B. It CT'TTKR , eKKr by
t. n.ae --r S'-xanl, wiil pteaae eait sad settle up,
I mast have 1
" Pig Iron.
OAT0VS hotMajinj Irss JsstfeelvedaB fo
OU aai by , . V i. Mca.1T
EPf A JuatrclTd sad fur sale by
juasA D. D IMCXET.