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911 "Eftr""-"" 4 v : Ob 4m r .1 IK" ft ' , .. , f- "ft, I nV Bo5.ton.jfcK TbAandnaaelphlt-fflT fa 7i5iS? ered to take ndreriisern cuts aad .nhs.AvtL .nwi. L 4I1 uulred bvus. ilunmintcwdi k.Z.CITi rSSSPiSS ibune Buildings ; Piuladeltuia, K Hr. wiier Third Q .l,t I . it: r""" :. Htsomci Tribune Chestnut streejia Jiaroc.-GeBeral'KeirMperAgtn RreautheraeiTageriUTor theAasb.' no. , walnut sfrcet, are Title Union irrCincinnatL ' p? , ,f '" "v " our amoomcn egent lor the city ! SATURDAY MORNING, JUKE 4,-1853. ; circuit court. Jjfesao vg x- & C. H Tw. Co. .This was an action of tresspass on the case, brought by JnoYJ jsiassinp.io.ecoyeruamages from the railroad Com pany Tor (he 'breaking, and consequent losspf his leg byvamputation." caused by the. upsetting or a box carta which he was trarelling as a passenger, on the 29ih June, 1851, while the road was yetiu an unfinijhed state; hut at a time when, the Com pany received passengers and transported them for paj, becomin jliab!e as common, carriers. The case occupied .the attention of the' Court from Tuesday tmtil5Friday iu the afternoon session. The argument was named and cjose on both sides, and was hotly contested Thejnain point relied on by the plaintiff and contested by Hie defence was, that as common car tiers ?thcy were liable for estraordiuay diligence and caution, but that they had been negligent and careless, and that tho Company was responsible for the negligent acts or failings of its employees. The defence contended that the accident was an unavoidable one, which jo prudence or ability could prevent. eidict 5,000 damages for plaintiff. The jury in the case of Thompson ns Morrow, j-are.a verdict of $050 damages for the plaintiff. k , 1 1 Saleo!"- Valuable BciLtiixo Lots. A sale of very, valuable building lots, situated 2 miles from Nashville, near 'the Gallatin Turnpike, will tako place at the Court-house this morning. These lots contain about five acres each. The land is fine, &nd. the location among the best in the country. Those who. wish to purchase convenient and pleas ant countryhcmies should-not fail to attend, this sale, which will take place between the hour of 10 arjd 12 o'clock. . 03" There will, be a Book Auction at J. F. TI-tox's auction room,o-night We understand that the books are well assorted, and selected with care. as. to'print, A rare chance for adding to your libraries. FSftoda -water was in demand on yesterday. r. Cuerev's fount kept up an eternal "phizzing"' "HI day. Hi syrups givo to this delightful bege- r3ge an exquisite flavor. Try it. MccFiiEESBORo', June 3, 1S53. Editors or the Union and Ametican: Your paper do not reach U3 regularly. I have not re ceived one for four or five days. Tou had better have the matter looked into. Yours, itc. We are informed by the PcstMaster in this city that our papers arc regularly pu; in the mail bags and sent, at the proper hour, to the Railroad Depot, We are -satisfied that this is the case, and that (the neglect i3 attributable to some mismanagement on the part of those who undertake to deliver the mails. As soon as the agents of TJncle Sam get to wfirk we hope to have this thing remedied. The Baptist Missionary Union, lately in session at Albany, was attended by one thousand dele gates. Amongst the communications presented from the executive committee was a correspon dence between the American minister and the King of Prussia, in regard to the persecutions to which the Baptists of Germany had been sub jecfed. The King had exhibited the kindest spirit, and declared that if the Baptists would effect an ecclesiastical organization which could be recog nised by the government, all causes of Complaint would cease. The board recommended that it shall be by the appointment of a board of five in Germany, who, in co-operation with the board here.should be authorized to license colporteurs in Germany. The Monk. Leahey, convicted of murder in Wisconsin, has been sentenced to the Peniten tiary for life. Part. The Pittsburg Dhpaldi says, that on Sat urday week, the fast train on the Pennsylvania Railroad, when near Grcensburg, attained the ex traordinary sspeed afeighty miks p(rlimr 1 ComtECTioN. It app earn from the Buffalo Com vi row? that the monstrous proposition said to havo been adoped by the .New- School Presbyterian Church, thai a ram may lawfully marry his niece, was only received as a report from Dr. Cox, and was not adopted by that body. Awrui. Cwme ash SrEEnv PasisnMEST. Last week, at Pekin, Illinois, a man committed an outr rage upon a little girl 7 years old. The circuit court wa in session tho man was immediately in dicted and tried, a verdict of guilty was rendered, and he "wa3 sentenced to eighteen years' imprison ment in the penitentiary. A mob came very near getting possession of the base wretch and hanging him. Cosstitutios or Socni Carolina. There is a provision in the constitution of South Carolina Hluch prohibits the Governor from leaving the State during his term of office. Gov. Manning, of that State, ha" in "consequence, been compelled to drcline an invitation to attend tho Memphis Con-! volition. Sisgtlar Occcrresce. On Wednesday morn ing of last week, two little girls, who slept togeth er in the second story of the residence of Mr. Kel ler, in Lancaster, Pa., after getting out of bed, and they were dressing themselves, discovered a "nakc in their bed. The alarm was immediately given, and it was killed by Mr. Keller. It was a black water snake, twenty inches long, and had evidently been in the bed all night; but how it got there is a mystery. Great Earthquake is tiie Molucca":. There was a terrible earthquake and marine convulsion at Banda Neira on the lGlh November. The houses, public and private, were reduced to heap3 of ruins. The seaquake was. if possible, the most terrible. The Singapore Free Press describes the latter, wherein more than sixty person lost their lives. From the islands Rcsengien and Ag, and from Co ram, Atnboina, and Ternante, we learn that the same earthquake was felt there. The JAr.vs Expedition A Washington corres pondent of the New York Tribune writes: "I shall not be surprised if those who are looking to grand results in the way of the opening of a new commerce with Japan, that is. frcm the expedition of Commodore Perry, are grievously disappointed. TKe prribabilitjf is that he will very shortly be or dered to Honolula with his entire squadron. I shall not bo surprised if this is done within forty oiirht hours." (7- The nett proceeds of the Soiree given on ! Wednesday evening for the benefit of the Piotost- j ant Orphan Asvlumn, oniy amounted to between 1 4 0 and 50 dollars. Mrs. II. G. Scovel, See ry. Nashville, June 2, 1853. To ihe Mihr of Vie Kejiuhlican Ihuner: ' Seeing a call through your paper of the 28th ult, from "Man v Voters," on me to become a Can didate for Mayor of the City 01 iNasnvme. I can only sav, that if it is the wish of a majority of the citizens that I should serve them in that ca pacity, and elect ine, I will endeavor to discharge the duties of that office to the best of my ability. Very respcctfullv, vpurs, &c. , l-v"Bi.lSiawr, ilia AteerWn Keeper A .1 I?I?tXAR Jfjnra-.-orse will be allowed against. i tl.c"Union paAmernoiSceortbe Srm-unlesi.autrl ' ized by special order from .lie firm. 1 TELEGRAPHED FOgTTIlE UNtON-'AND AMERICAN, Salem; Mass., Juno 2. Advices from Montevideo nf A rvl rut; ; . . . . i- . "'"t""vwiiy mat great aiscontent prevails mere. ; fcft W rlb --nv-hewords, 1 tolhe President Government live." "o vyotorauos adice3 Irom jjueaos Ay res state that such, had been the effect of recent disturbances in business that tho 'English, French, and German houses would .ecII "outstanding claims. for forty per cent.discount., It. was thought tho city would soon, surrender., - " PrtiLADELrnfAj June 2. ITc'wSchoolPrcsbytorian Assembly,, evening session, Wednesday. Thereport of thoCominittee. oa Education was submitted re commending the last Thursday in Februarj' as a season for prayer for the advancement of education vbf youths for the Ministry. 1 .' Report of the Committee on domestic miinn ; was debated until the hour of adjournment. A letter from Dr. Boardmau wa3 read, thankin" the Assembly for the honor conferred by electing him , a Professor in Princeton College. Thursdv .morning session. The debate on do mestic miSlion report was continued until adjourn ment without final action. Louisvm.E, Jane 3 Arrived Empress, J. P. Tweed. Departed Lexington. . CtuciNKATr, June 3 River has fallen 5. inches. New Voisk, June 3 Mess pork Crm at 15. Lird In bbl 10, keg 1 1. Mess beef heavy at 12i: HAitTFonp, June 3 Anti-Rible Convention. as sembled to-day, 200 persons present. CmcACo, Juno Eclipse, life boat, hurst her boiler this morning, killing- 5 persons and wound ing 5. CixcowATt, Jane 2. The river has ri3en C inches; weath er warm with some appearance of rain. Flour in ftood de mand tMiav, &S0O bbls sold at 3 C5a5 75 for common, and 8 00 for extra closing with more firmness Whiskringood demand at 10; Cheese 7J; BuUcr 12nl5. Jlore inquirvfor provisions with sale3 nf 100,000 lbs ridw in bulk nt 6f; Dried Apples (Jrt; 100 hhds Sugar sold at 4i"a5j; Kio Colfec PJal0; Sale3ofi00 bbls While Pish at $10 and 400 half bbls at 3 25. TIIE TURF. Union Course, L. I. Trotting.- Tnur-jDAr. May 20. Pnrse and stake $500, two mile heats, to wagons: wagon and driver to weigh 395 lbs. W. G. Abrams entered b. g. O'Blenis -211 Jax Whelpley entered b. rru Xadv Relief 1 2 dr. W. Whelan entered b. p. True John - dr. Time 5:54 5:52 O'Blenis, during the first heat, broke tip six times, and was, at one time, over a hundred yards behind the mare, which looked very much like throwing off. Tho owners of the mare seemed to think so, too, after the second heat, and they drew their nag in consequence. There had been a great deal of anxiety manifested among turfmen to ascer tain the capabilities of O'Blenis, and they supposed they might judge from this race how to lay out their money on the great stake of $4,000, to come off next Wednesday; but lrom the manner the horse was driven, the betters were left in the dark to hunt up a conclusion. There is no doubt, how ever, hut that he will be the favorite against the field foe the stake. He is thought better of than any other named horse in tho race, although they are all very fast and of well-tried bottom. All the owners of the ho-ses feel sanguine of the prize ; but aj only one can win, we hope to see fair play, and the best horse take the money. JIATES REDUCED. THE ashville and Chattanoogo Railroad ; and Transportation Comoanv. have adonUd theS2J!&5 following rates of Transportation on Freight between Xash ville, Tenn., and the various landings on the Tennessee River. FKOM NASn VI LLE TO J3-S i o a a U O First CLes-Bools,Fho03, tiau,Bonneu, ury t.oous generally, Clganin boxer crease, tin U'iiro.Clocfcs, Wooden Ware. I.irht and Hollow Ware, CasUnjjJ itooi, reamers, uinseug Broom.OraneesaDdLem- ons, Horse CulIir3,&tOTt ana Move Ware, Teas. urugs In le-8 and boxes Saildlcrv. Candles. Can- fecliou tries, Ac, r !V0! pounds St-rnsD Ctif Sugar, CofiVe. Mola.ws. Nulls. ...70 ....so; ..83 Tin Plate. Uar and Pig Lead, fisu la nerreiji, tegs, Kits, &c, Window Gau. Cotton Yam. Do mesUcs, lletupand Rugj In tale?, Tobacco In box-! ej,Kice, Hides, Bale Kopej Baggirig, Cordage, Iaili-j er in rolls and bxs. llard-j ware, GlasiaiidQneens-j ware In crates and boxes,. Lead and t-airus In tctr-,1 Clover Feed, Cheese, i iranuie, soap, uuuer, Iteeswax, Oils, Brandies, ttlnes ana oiner itquorx, Varnih,Turent!nc, &r,. ler ivu lis Tnmu Cl5s Bacon, Lard and Pork In tierrei or ban els, Bar I od, ..CO .GO ...CO ..70; Heavy uamngA, i.nnj Sloues and undreMed Marble per 11!0 lhs Pig Meiall ir IC lbs.. . .53 C3 $2 CO 1 39 ....35j St r lilitr, perUDl ol 4i'gm. Salt, per bbl Flour, per bbt, and Salt aiek i Porter Ate, and Domes-; 1 50, St so; si on. 1 (HI ....85 1 b0 ....85' i col 1 30 ..:.f, .1 00 tic liquors, per uoi om galoas l,ard Ltuteed, or olber Oils of Tennessee Mauu- 170 1 701 1 70 2 10i 2 15 fACWre, jer bbl of 41) gals. Powder, secure y pack ed in casts orhog-heads I per ICO pounds Catbojs. Mineral Acids, (at Company's conven ience,) each Piano Fortes. boxed.... Cotton Gins boxed, and 1 70, 1 TO 1 70' 1 30j i I 10, 15 1 30 1 30 1 50 1 CO 2 50 0 30! iu mi; io oo I 2 50 2 75 10 COj 12 OU 3 00 13 OU i Portable Harrow's or Queen of the Sou hMIl s, each Piows (aorted.) and Cultivators, each 8 50' 8 501 8 5C 5o 50) 50 0 50 I 11 00 85 G5I BEGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS. Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs, will be iu variably charged as 100 lbs. First Class Rates. All articles of unusual size or weight, charged in propor tion to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu pied. Goods iu Packages not secure or insufficient for the pro tection of contents, will be transported only at owner's risk. All claims for damages must bo collected of the party de livering the goods, and claims for lost or mUsing goods must be made within 60 days from date of shipment, or they willnnt be allowed. The above Comiwnies will not be responsible for Leakage of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, ort'orthe Breakage of Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or (Jarboys of Liquids, unless they be securely Packed iu Wooden Cases with their tops exposed. The followingArticles wijl only bo Transported at "Own er's Risk," as to Breakage, "Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms, Accidents, or Una oidablc Delays, vis Molasses, Dressed Marble, Glass and Chinaware, Green Fruits, Touib Stones, Bfgs of Shot, loose, Dcmijons, Fur niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh Fish, Poultrv, Live Stock of every description, Boxes, Ci girs not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Saab, Trees and Shrubbery, Stoves and Store Casings, Light and Hollow Castings. On Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all intermediate points, no extra charge will be made during the low water season, except that all articles carried at less than Third Class Bates, will then be charged at Third Class, but detentions arising from low water are entirely at the risk of the owner. O.i Freight to Knoiville. and all intermedute coints to Chattanooga, Twenty-fire (25) cents for 1O0 lbs may be added during low water, but in no case is there any responsibility assumed for the detention ol Goods during or on account of low water. Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. R. R.C, Nashville, will be received on the wharf, all charges paid.and sent forward without extra cliargefor Drayage or Commission. No Freight received on the Wharf, nor charges paid, cx cepton Good for Tennessee river. Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated abovesub ject to special contract. Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through at low rates. Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa tion with icgard to or connected with this arrangement, will address O. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. K. R. C, Nnsh ville, or Jas. Williams, Prc' Tenn. River M. M. A T. C, Cliattauooga. H. I. ANDERSON, Snpt. N. A C-R. R. C. J.YS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. River M. M. A T. C. jnnc2. JOHN SULL.IVAN A- SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS For the Sale of Lsaf Tobacco, (Jetton, Provisions, and Western Prolnca Generally, Eallimore, 2!J. Kkfebescw. Pr. F. Robertson, James Walker, Esq., Messrs. Johnson A Home, Nashville, Tenn. jitneS Gmtw. AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES, Ac. 0s SATURDAY, the 4th of June, I will sell for Cash. Sucar; Copperas: Coffee; Molasses; Mackeiel; White Ixad; Window Glass; Glassware; Star Candles; Mould do; Tobacco; foap; And many other articles in my line, junel SAM. SEAY. CKAC KNEIi BISCUIT. 100 boxes Cracknel Bis J cuit, just received by ap21 R. A J. NIXON.' 2 SALE 07 VALUABLE REAt E3TATJJ AT AUCTI0K. Will, be sold at the Court-bpu'ln. Ifashville. on Sat urday, 4il June, on 1,2 and 5 years credit, notes payable in Bank, eight or ten desirable Besidence Lots in Brownsville nenrtbe Gallatin turnpike, a part of them on the -He!r Vaughn Turnpike, about 2J.to 2 miles from the city. ' Said lots contain about 3 acres each, "with soil of 'unsur- Dassed fcrtility, apart finely timbered, and very convenient lor residences for business men in the.city,vic. ALSO 115 acres of Land on the waters of Mill Creek, about 8 )4 miles from Nashville, betrrcen the 3Iurfreesboro' Turnpike and N. & C. Railroad, part of the tract or the late Robt. Davis, deceased; obput thirty acres timbered, 60 or 75" acres in clover, several excellent springs. Terms,"- half 1st January, 1854, remaining hair 1st January, 1S55: ALSO -A beautiful fen acre Lotontho.Koleusville,Tiu-n-pike, adjoining the residence recently owned bv Dr.'Gunn; about two milet fmra Sahyilfe. Terms cash. .Persons wishing to examine "will apply to John L. Brown, or my .sjlf, BtXcOSJ, Cherry s!ut KOBT.W .BBOWX, jne2i:- G'en.'l Agent. TTtlE SALE OF GROCERIES. ON WKDXESDAV, 8lh June, 1S53, we will offer at Pub lic Sale: " 00 Hogsheads Louisiana Sugar, all grades, ... luo bbLT " Molasses ' "" " 500 Keg3 Nails, all sizes; SOO boxes 10X12 Wndow Glass; ' 1000 reams Wrapping Paper, " 00 Boxes ManuUetured Tobacco U grades;; ... . 100,000 Regalia and Principce Cigars; ' , .JS00 boxos-Star Candles wholes, hlv's and ors.: 2iW Tallow "do; ' ," 200 " Pearl Starch; . 300 " BarSoap; 5 1,000 Barrels Extra Family Flour; .W Package Bellned Siigar; ' With various other articles. The goods will be put up in our usual quantities with liberal privileges. Tkrio op Sux. AH sums under ?200, Caslu AH suras over 200, four months forapproved endorsed notes paya. blein one of the city Banks. may27 td W. II. GORDON" k CO.. HEW IMPORTATION OF IINENS -BY A. J. DUNCAN. OA CASES of Superior Irish I.inen, direct importation Ov from Ireland, just landed and intore consisting of New StylePrinted Linen for Dresses; Superior 4-1 white Demi Linens; 124 Lineu Sheeting; : u iM , " 10-2 " " " 9-3 Pillow Case Linen; " 4-1 Pint, Yellow and Blay Linen; r.j " " j " 7-s Bleached Drilling; Warranted aU pure linen and of superior qualitv, offered verv low bv the package or piece. mursn ' A. J. PUS CAN. NEW STOttE AND NEW GOODS. A. B. & C. TV. R032BTS0N, 2T0.4S, COLLEGE S7BEET, XASEV2ZLE, DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND TRUNKS, ARE now opening in a new storo at their Oil tr$l Stand, an entire new and largo assortment of fl' 1 SUMMER BOOTS. SHOES, GAITERS. BUSKINS' lei. and SLIPPERS, made of best materials, and in the laUet eiilet. Consisting of a great variety, to which we invite the attention of our former customers, and purchasers general ly. Feeling grateful to a liberal public for ft long and liber al patronage, we enter the trade again, hoping to please all in quality and price. A. B. & C, W. ROBERTSON. Best Iron Frame Trunks and Carpet Bags, THE CELEBRATED "GEXIN" 1IAT, tcrgentlemen. may24. A. B. & C. W. R. w. v. r-ERKncs. w. n. Campbell. s. p. waleeh. PERKINS, CASIPBELIi & CO., COHMISMOiY MEHCIAXTS, XEW ORLEAXS. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-W. B. CAMP BELL, of Tennessee, having purchased the entire in terest otW. S. Pickett of the house of Pickett, Perkins & Co., the fctume-s will be continued by Wm. M. Perkins, Samuel P. Walker and Wm. B. Campbell, under the stvle of Perkins, Campbell & Co.. who will use the name of Pickett, Perkins & Co. in liquidation onlv. W. S. PICKETT, WM. M. PERKINS, SAMUEL P. WALKER, WM. B. CAMPBELL. Ntw Orleans, Aprilll, 1851 Referring to the above announcement from which it will be seeu that the only change is the substitution of W. B. Campbell for Mr. Fictctt, we respectfully tender to you our services as General Commission Merchants, of this city. Your servants, npril 30 PERKINS, CAMPBELL. & CO. PRINTED LINENS ! PRINTED LINENS 1 At Xo. 9, Union Street. JUST received (direct importation) one Case Linen Dress Goods, containing a great variety of Styles and pat terns, which will be sold 25 percent less than the usual Price Also, a variety ofdrcs Goods consistingnf Berages, Lawns and Muslins, for styles and pricc3, arc unsurpassed bv any in the market. Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmings of all kinds constantly oa band. The attention of the Ladies, is particularly requested to our Stock of Goods, before pur cliasing. mayas THURSTON & BERNARD. IT'OIt SAIiE. C young Negro Men; . D young Negro Women; 1 Negro Girl, 12 jcarsold. maySS GLOVER A BOYD, Agents. CAltItIAGrS.-Ju.-t received- rv'SX' 2 elegant Coupee Carrisires, 05y 2 two seat Bockaway?, (for one or two horses,) 1 one seat Bockawav. A good assortment of Carriage, Barouches and Buggies, of superior styles and finish, constantly on hand and for sale by my24 W. II. GORDON A CO. G OODS FOR TKATKLLING DHISSSKsT A complete assortment of the above Goods iu store. Lace Goods, Arc Fine Valencienes Laces and In M;rtings,TAco Curtains, a large lot ot Fan', Application and Black Laco Mantles, Collars, Ribbons, Ac.. Ac. ; mayia w. a. & j. p. JlcCLEI.LAND. iT A' &J-ii' McCLliliLANl) haveTnltofea large lot of Embroidered Siviss Muslins, Hair Cord 1 Nainsook, Mull Muilin, very cheap, t Rich Organdy Muslins, Berages and Linen Cambric, very j cheap. maylS. ! " 7KR Y OIIKAl I'OIl CASH Wall Pap7re1rom V 10 to 25 cents per bolt. Fine Glazed Paper, CO to 60 cents per bolt. Every variety fnr Parlors, Chambers, Halls, Dining Rooms, Ac, kept constantly on liand and for sale verv cheap for cash, by W.V. FINN. may 14 41, Market &L, between Union and the Square. , SUNDRIES 200 feet Gum Elastic Water Hoe; 250 feet Gum Elastic Gas Tipe; 20 doz Elv's Patent Gun Vei; 40 " Baldwin's " " 75 " Mason's Blue and Black Ink; UK) " Mason's Blacb'ng; 150 gross Round Wood Box Matches; 40,000 feet Patent Safety Fuse; 200 picks Solid head Pins; 300,000 boxes G. D. Gun Caps; With many other articles in store, and for sale very low, for Cash. A. MORRISON A CO, iuayl3 Corner Square and Deadcrick Sts. IJVIXS I FANS ! ! . 15 doz Fine Feather Fans; 20 " Fine and Common Spanish Fans; 100 " Papers Fans; For sale very low by A. MORRISON A CO. maylS " u u SNUI'F. 10 gross Scetch Snuff in bottles and papers. 150 pounds Maccaboy Snuff in jars. In store and for sale by my25 A. MORRISON A CO MORE NEW PIANOES. XTTE have received by recent arrivals nine 5g V more of those unrivalled Puxos. madefESS bv J.B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co.. ol r ? i 1 various siy les ana sizes, w men wm oa com very low ior cash or good notes drawing interest, and warranted to give satisfaction in every respect. apr20 W. AT. 11. GKKKNTIELD A CO. I. H. MORTON. Dealer in Purniture and Pianos, Window Shades, Look ing Glasses, Mattresses, Ac, Union Street, near Cherry, Xaettcitte, Jenneiiee. . ALL kinds of FURNITURE made to Order or Repaired, at the shortest notice, and warranted. apriU 6m COACH MAKINQ fTMIE undersigned would resocctfully in- 1 form their friends and the public that they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, o.4, Deadcrick St., where they intend to carry on COACH MAK ING in all its branches. We will keen constantl von hand an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of ou reasonable terms. Carnages of every description mada to ! order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and thennhliemnvrch upon r?ettin?their work when promised. Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best I workmanship and materials. I KSTBLACKSMITHING. Every description of BLACK SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal I terms. J3TH0RSE SHOEING. We have in our employ expert enced HORSE SUOERS, and the public may relvon getters' their horses shod in the neatest manner. All work e rt tri to our care will be under the immediate supericUld u. cl the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat isfaction to ull. We respectfully holicit from the public a liberal fliare of their patronage. feb 2-ly CRAM A SHEPHERD. BA. FUANSTOCK'S YERMIFUGE can be adminis , ti-red to the most delicate infant without danger, it is mild in its operation and perfectly harmless, but eilectualin removing worms from the system. Read the following testimony in its favor: Nrrw Orleans, Jan. 7fh, 1853. Messrs. B. A. Fahnsfock A Co. Gentlemen Your Ver mifuge I havo been selling for some ten years, both here and in Mississippi, and it is one of ihefVio proprietary'medicincs which 1 bkvc imjIicit confidence in. I never have seen it failtoactasa tpctjy awl'mfe Vermifuge. I have such a constant demand for it, that! request you to send metwenty five gross with as little delay as possible, as tho season now approaches when it is most'in demand. Respectfullr, B. N. FETHERSTON'H. No. 03, Camp st. I3J"Bcware of counterfeitsand imitations. tjrSold wholesale and retail by all the principal drug gists in 1 his ciy, and by druggists and country merchants throughout the United States. maylS lm LAND FOR SALE. rpHE undersigned has a few beautiful Building Lots X at private sale on long credits near Ed. Ilick-ffi man's, and adjoining Thomas Chndwell. may28-w8t. E.H. CniLDP.ESS, Sr. Mounted eun-men. for 80 acres of land, dated 20th Novem ber, 1651, under act of September 28, 1S50, and forwarded to J. D. Easier, agent, Ccntreville, Tennessee, liaving never came to hand, notice is hereby given that application will be made to the Commissioner ofPensions for a renewal of said Warrant. Mav 0,1855. ANDREW FIELDER, mayJO-wOw " J.'D.EASLEY. EXTEKSTVE TOOmTJTLAM). 5L 'jroMf' swum, Xo. 44, Uhlm 8S?ftt,tftekttUe; 'New Books. , HASWELL'S ENGINEERING , Engineers and Mscbanics' Pocket-book containing Unit ed Slates and Foreign Weights and Measures; Tables of Areas and Circumferences of Circles, Circular Segments, and Zones of ai Circle; Squares and Cubes, Square and Cube Booh:;. Lengths of Circular an 4 Sem-elliptic Arcs; and Rules of Arithmetic. Mensuration of Surfaces and Solids; the Mechanical Powers; Geometry, Trigonometry, i Gravity, Strength of Materials, Wafer Wheels, Hydraul. " ics. Hydrostatics Pneumatics, Dynamics, Gunnery, Heat, Winding Engines, Tonnage, Shot, Shells, ic. Steam and the Steam-engine; Combustlun, Water, Cables and An chors, Fuel, Air, Guns, Ac Tables of the Weights of Metals, Pipes, ic. MisceUaneons Notes, and Exercises, &c By Ciias. Haswell,- Chief Engineer, U. S. N. 12mo. Pocket-book form, S 1 50. POPULAR EDUCATION, For the use of Parents and Teachers, and for young persons of both sexes, By Ira May- 11iew,"A M, late superintendent of Public Instruction, Mich .igan. ' M.VRGARET.CECIL; or "I can, because I ought," By Qousin K-ite, author of "Set about it at once," etc. . A LADY'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; A selected Translation from the German of IDA PFEIFFER. MY NOVEL; or, Varieties in English Life, By sir' E 'Bulwcr Litton. NAPOLEON IN' EXILE ; or, a voice from St. Helena. The opinions and reflections of NAPOLEON, on the most important events in his life and government, in his own words' By B E O Mean, his late surgeon. HOME IS HOME, A Domestic Story. ' ' GREENWOOD J-EAVES; A collection of Sketches and Letters, By Grace Greenwood, 1st and 2ndScries. t y RAMSEY'S ANNALS OF TENNESSEE. TOON i, RUTLAND have j'ust received THE HISTORY OP TENNESSEE to the beginning of tne ainetcentn century. Uy J. Q. M. Ramsey, M. U. ot h.no2-illc may 18, The Most Popular Hat ever offered in the City, IS the new summer style at WalerQeld A Walker's. Since these HATS were submitted to the scrutinizing test o puuuwuuiuiuuiuey iiaTeroei wjiua rapiu aemana, and nave succes-iu iv Dome tne pann oi competition. The reason is evident they are of the finest texture, light and durable, and of faultless design. Whoever will compare them with the different styles afloat, will emphatically pronounce them the popular Hal of the eeason. A fine supply ready to-day. The Ncplns Ultra of Summer Hats, are the White i.ocsy siouniam nearer, ana trie munatabie light French Gosamere, j'ust introduced at Waterficld A Walker's they are extremely light and ventilated, end are specially calcu lated to keep the head cool thus promoting cheerfulness uuu uuuiuur Summer Hats, of Panama, black and wMf A To-tinrti Campeachy, Cantcn, and all the latest Styles of Hats for cummer wear, ior men, ooys ana cnuaren, can alwajs be found at the low est possible prices at Watehfield AWjortn's. .Ladies Riding Hats, of tho latest designs in Silk, elvet, and line Braid. Some beautiful styles, just received at WATERFIELD A WaLKEB'S, Fashionable Hatters, may28 SO, West side the Square, next to Gowdy's QOPARTNEItsniP DISSOLUTION.-Thc Co partnership heretofore existing under the firm ofSonv, liia. A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. L. SOIIN. L. HILLMAN, may23 ex A. FRANK A CO. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. The undersigned have this day formed a Copartnership, under the firm of Sons A Hiiluax, and will continue the Dry Goods Busi ness at the store heretofore occupied bv Sohn, Hillman A Co. "MIKE SOHN. may23 ex LEON HILLMAN. JT'OR SAliE. 100 acres of Land, S miles from the city, . on the new Franklin turnpike. Improvements are first rate. ALSO, 110 acres of excellent land, 4 miles from the city, on the New Franilin pike. Improvements good. ALSO, a finely improved lot, fronting 120 feet on Church street, running back 170 feet with Crawford street, to au alley. ALSO, a lot fronting 100 feet on Spruce street, j"oining the shop of Vannoy A Turbervillc. ALSO, alot'fronting23 feet on Water street, opposite the new Nashville Whart GLOVER A BOYD, inay29 Agents. BUENA VISTA WATER CURE. 1853. A. WEBBEK, M. P. W. A. EPJIOXPS, X. O. I)RS. WEBRER &. EDMONDS, rpvAKE pleasure in announcing that they are now ready l lor loc jvivjmuii ui j'&uenia ai uieir esiaousnmeni at I Ituctia Vista Springs. The romantic, healthful and picturesque character of the locality at Buena Vista Springs is so widely and generally known throngh the numerous i visitors who annually resort to the place for its medicinal waters, that the proprietors deem it necessary to say but little on tlie subject. The countrj-is wild and broken, i abounds in game, is exempt from epidemic invasion, has an I unconfined and salubrious atmosphere, and the establish j rncnt is supplied with an abundance of pure running free j stone water, equal to any in the State. , Dr. Webbku is a physician of forty years experience in the active practice of his profession, and has just returned from a tour through the Jiorthern and Eastern States, dur I ingwhich he visited the best water-cure establishments in the country and enjoyed ample access to all the best sour I ces of information on the subject. , Dr. EdmomiS, though a voungcr practitioner, has several years' experience, and brings with him into the establish ' ment the professional devotion and energy incident to the earlier periods of life. The means for amusement and re- creationare ample and fiee of charce. Terms. For Board and treatment from 8 to $10 per week. Patients are expected to bring with them two blankets, two comforts or a feather 5d, six large crash towels, two sheets, and some old linen for bandages, or they will be charged extra for such in tho establishment. Very sick and feeble persons will furnish an attendant who will pay board, or be charged for such extra. BUENA VISTA SPRINGS. Drs. W. A K. further inform the public that the above justly celebrated and delightful watering place wl'l be ready for the reception of visitors on the lst of June. The house will be furnished anew with bedding, toweling, curtaining, Ac, Ac. No pains or labor will be spared to make the place conform to the ratiooal expectation of tlioso who may visit it. The places of amusement are undergoing thorough re pairs and important additions, and will be free of extra charge. Buena Vista Springs Logan county, Ky., April 7, 1853. may26 wSt. KINGSTON'S SPRINGS. rpHE Proprietors of this delightful summer retreat, I and well known watering place, have the satis faction of announcing to all those in search of health and pleasure, that they have put the establishment iu com plete order in all its departments, and are now in readiness for the reception of visiters. The salubrity cf the atmos phere, the picturesque scenery, the variety and medicinal excellence of the mineral waters, the unsurpassed fishinjr and hunting facilities all combine to render Kington s Springs a most attractive resort, and no exertions will bo wanting on the part of the proprietors to cater to the enjoy ment and comfort nf all who may visit there. We will have a fine supply of ice all the time on hand. A tri-weekly coach will run between Nashville sad the Springs during the season. 6 E.J.AJ. KREIDER, mayZG eolm Proprietors. BED SPRINGS. "VTTE take pleasure in announcing to our numerous friends V V aud patrons, that we are now readv to accommodate all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefits of our place. Extensive preparations have been made for the com fort both of the invalid and the man cf pleasure. It were needless for us to attempt to set forth the value of our place, in a medicinal point of view. Many, afflicted with various diseases, have visited us, and after a few weeks sojourn, have gone iway either entirely cured or greatly relieved particularlv such as have been afflicted with Scrofula, di- scasesoi tne asm, stone in ine uiaauer, anu nisu ui me di gestive System in generaL Of these facts, there is an abun dance ol proof! and many who have certified to them, and the same have gone forth to the afflicted people. And we have at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured sound and well, with us, to be seen as testimony to our dec laration; one of which was almost a hopeless case. We arein Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east of Lafayette, ourcountv seat, 65 or 70 miles from Nashville, 45 miles turnpike, and the balance high ridge road, and other good country roads coming from every point from Lebanon, Wilson connty, Hartsvillc, Carthage, Gainsboro', Tomkinsville, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac SAM. E. HARE, ) J. A. TAYLOR, Y Proprietors. maylS trw3m S.B.PEYTON,) ICE I ICE ! I I have received a good supply of PURE LAKE ICE, which 1 am now ready to furnish at 2 cents pcrpound, at wholesale or retail. Those who desire to be furnished will please leave their orders at the Old Depot, (upper end of the Market House,) where a constant supply will be kept for sale as usual. Thankful to my friends and customers, for their patronage heretofore, I respectfully so licit a continuance of their favors. may7 dim IL L. NORVEI.L. VALUALE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. ON SATDRDAY, the ISth day of June next, will be of fered at Public Sale, at the Market House, in Nashville. unless previously sold nt private sale, the valuable block of nouses on tne corner ot teaar ana vurny oirceis, Known nsthe UNION BUILDINGS; including the Dwelling House occupied by P. Hyronemus. This property is opposite the Post-Office, and in a ranidlv improving part of the citv. It now rents for over 1500 a year, and by a little expenditure , might be made to rent for much more. Such an opportuni I ty of investment in real estate near the centre of business does not often occur. The Union Buildings and Dwelling llniisn mav he sold senaratel V if desired. i Terms rif sale. S30u0 in cash, and the residue in eaual in stalments, at one, two and three years, to be secured bynotes bearing interest from date, with good tsecurity, and a lein on the land. Apply to W. P. COOPER, may 1 9 td. fro. 4G, Cherry st JUST RECEIVED, Aratsn sctplt op HANDSOME SUMMER CLOTH ING; Fine Drap dc cte Frocks; Business Coats; mix'd Tweed Coats; Fine Business Coats; Fine Business Pan taloons: Marseilles Vests. All very handsome. Call and examine. T. J. HOUGH, opril It. Agent. XXWB002S, rERFUMERVi lta maaotactnre and use, with JfistruC tions In every branch of the art, and recipes for all the fash ionable preparations, the wiole forming a valuable aid to the Perfumer, Druggist, and Soap Manufacturer, illustrated by numerous wood cuts, from the French of Cclnarte, and other late authorities, with additions by C. Moffit lvol., cloth. Price $1 50. EXAMINATIONS OP DRUGS, MEDICINES,, CHEMI CALS, &o, as to their purity and adulterations. By C. H. Pierce, M. D. 1 vol, cloth. Price $1 50. AUTIBIOGRAPHY OP AN ENGLISH SOLDIER IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY, comprising Observations and Andvcntures in the States and Mexico, lvol, cloth. Price $1 25. . BEHIND THE CURTAIN. A Tale of EUville. lvol, cloth. Trice ?1 23. THE ROMANCU OF THE FORUM; or, Narativesv Scenes, andAdventures from Courts of Justice. By Peter Burke, Esq. 1 vol, cloth- Price $1.25. THE LAST LEAFFROMSUNNY SIDE. By H. Tras ta, authorof"PcepatNo.6,"l:c lvol. Peice$175. MEMOIRS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH. By Agnes Strick land. Complete in 1 vol Price 82. With others just received by P. HAGAN." j'uneS Market St, Nashville, Tenn. MAGAZINES. HARPER'S FOR JUNE; PUTNAM'S " GRAHAM'S ' GODEVS " " ILL'S MAG. OF ART, FOR JUNE. Subscription received by P. HAGAN. BOBBIN HOOD AND CAPTAIN KIDD. Historical sketches- by Wm. W. Campbell. THE HUNDRED BOSTON ORATORS appointed by tbe Mdnicipal authorities and other public bodies, from 1770 to 1552; comprising UUforal GIeaning3 Hlustrating the prin ciples and progress of our Republicans institutions. By D?mes S. Soring. 1 large vol. Price 3 fcr sale by juneS r HAGAN. P. T. RARNUM'S GRAND COLOSSAL MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE. THE GREATEST TRAVELING ExniBITIO.V IN TIIE WORLD. BEING a norel combination of all the most popular and unexceptionable amusements of the age, will exhibit in Nashville, ON SATURDAY, JUNE 11th, OU DR. SnELUr's LOT OVER TIIE BRIDGE, Tb&ee PxEroBMANca, from 10 to 12 A M., 2 to4, and 7 to9 P.M. The peculiar features of this gigantic and unparalleled institution are Vastness and Originality. A Menagerie, the largest and most complete, ever exhib ited, with everv description of Bird and Beast, comprising among many other rare specimens of tbe Brute Creation, The only one in the Unit;d States. Also A BABY ELEPHANT, Who will carry upon his back the Lilliputian GEN. TOM THUMB, Who is attached to this exhibition, and will appear in all his performances, as given before all the crowned heads of Europe. This prodigyofNatureis21yearsoId, weighsonly Fifteen Pounds, and is but 23 inches in height. Also en- Mil, .'MUJilS, The man without arms, who will execute his extraordi- na ry feats of loading aud firing a pistol wilh his toes, cut tine Profile Likenesses, shootinjr at a mark with a bow and acrow, playing upon the Accordeon, lolincello. Ac, A. MR. PIERCE, THi; LION CONQUEROR, "Will enter tho dens of the wild beasts, and execute a varie ty of daring and classic tableaux. a Jiuatuu ut HUiMJbita Collected from evcrr portion of the ancient and modern wiirld, form a portion of this singular exhibition Also a stupendous collection of WAX STATUARY of figures tbe size of life, with fac similes of all the Presi dentx, and most famous men and women, of the present and pastages, THE RICH VARIEGATED PAVILLION in itself a curiosity of no ordinary character, will comfort ably accommodate uvr.iv io,uw rbuaui which, with the maenificer.t arrangements of the interior. will form a "coup d'ocil" replete with interest and gran deur. THE GORGEOUS CAR OF JUGGERNAUT WITH A TEAM OPELEPHANTS, containing the superb Brass Rand, will head the longpro ctission ot cagw and carriages, requiring the services of ilvPDnrnvrv Y11 nnDCPC! Price of admission. 5o cents: Children under 9 rears of age 25 cents, to the whole of this immeuse Establishment, : - . i : i rrnr rrumri? 1. ti r lii'.ntuiu iwi iiiuiu, iuc- runic kuticviiuu yik f ild Animals, Wax Statuary, Mr. Pierce's Performances in tlie Dens, the Baby Elephant, Mr. Nellis Performances, Ac No extra CHARGE under any pretence whatever, let tie reports be what they may. For the accommodation of the public, Mr. narlow will ran omnibusses from all parts of the city on the day of exhi bition. Will also exhibit at Murfreesboro , Jlonday, Mav 30th; Slielbyville, Tuesday, Slst; lwisburg. Wednesday, June lt.t; Petersburg, Thursday 2nd; Fayettcville, Friday Grd; Huntsville, Ala, Saturday 4th; Athens. Ala., Monday Cth; Hkton,TennTaeslay 7tlL Pulaski, Wednesday gth; Co lumbia, Thursday Mh; Franklin, Friday 10th; Springfield, Jionuay itn. uay-iv tq. RAMAGE AND CHURCH Wholesale and Retail Sealers in Boots, Shoes, Trnnlcs, vauises ana carpet isags. Xj. 42, OaUtge Street, Xuhville, Tennfttee. ABE constantly receiving direct from the oest Eastern ManifacU)ries, a great variety of Ladle and Gentle men' Boots and Stoet, of the Latett Stytej, suitable for either CUyor Country Trade, which arc offered rtry Imp by tbe vackaae. dozen, or single pair. Country ilertlianlt and all buyers' are invited to examine our Stock before purchas ing marchlS RAMAGE A CHURCH. rpo TRAVELLERS. We hare just JL opened a large stock of very superior SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS, VAL1CES and Mf0 CARPET BAGS. i runts ot every quality and . pnees to iuit ISTLadies' LARGE TRUNKS, with BONNET BOXES inside a few left. Very convenient for pitcking. mav20 BAJIAWE A CHURCH. TVTEGRO BROGANS. CALF, KI , WELTED IN AND PUMP SOLED BOOTS AND BROGANS, for country trade. A heavy stock at low prices, just opened by mayzo lfck.lii.crc a, vnu null, mursc 3t RAjIAGE & CHURCH, 'Wholesale and Retail Boot and SLos Dealers, 42, COLLEGE STREET. XdihvSU. nENTS SUPERFINE DRESS GAITERS, ' SHOES AND BOOTS We respectfully call atten tion to our stock of Congress, Cloth, and P. L. Gaiters, (with Kid Tops) and Walking and Dress shoes, of the la test styles and superior make. Just opened and for sale very cheap. mav-20 RAMAOE A CHURCH. BOYS LASTING GAITERS J Gents extra large do; " Goat Nullitlcrs; " Best French Calf Pump Boots; " ' " Siitch'd d Ladies Super. Light Cloth ( plain) Gaiters; ' " " (front lace) do; Hisses and Childrens " do; ALSO. A lares lot of Sole-Leather and other fine and cheap Trunks. Just received by in ay i- ua,uaud a vuuuuu. ANOTHER NEW ARRIVAL. Just received per Steamer Hartford, SS.UO Pieces Wall Paper- Borders, Fire-Screens and Window Paper. may!2 41. Market st, between Union and the Square. AUCTIONSALE OF GROCERIES.-On Thurs day next, the S6th inst, I will sell for cash, Sugar, Star Candle3, Coffee, Mould do. Molasses, Va. and Ky. Tobacco, Copperas, White Lead, Mackerel, Crushed and Cl'd Sugars, Glassware, and other articles in my line. tnav2l SAM. SEAT. ONE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOUIS FLOUR. I have just received a hundred barrels superfine flour, cho ice brand rtnpi SAMUEL SEAY. I70R HIRE. A very likely Uirl, 13 or 20 years oW, a ; first rate House Woman, Ac ALSO 2 Iikelv Girts, about it years 01a. Appiy 10 mayll i IJVy Mil. mj X ' OYD. I70R RENT. Tbe Boom adjoining our oUice. ' ALSO, 2 good Booms over our office. ALSO, several Booms in the second story of McGavock's building on Deaderick street AI0. the residence on the corner of Church and Cherry streets. GLOVER A BOYD, may28 Agents. aROCERIES. Jn't received by sundry boats, and for sale chein for Cash 20 hhds Prime Sugar; 80 bbls old Bourbon Whisky, 80 bbls Beboiled Molasses. May 24 SAM SEAY. AGNOLIA COTXOW. We are agents Sir the sale of the celebrated 3IAONOLIA COTTONSEED, an article which several years experience with some of our best planters has proven to be better adapted to Middle Ten nessee than any that was ever grown. Call soon or thev will all be gone. JOHNSON A SMITH, jan23 Broadway. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, cot and made up In tha latest and most approved itjle, among which can be found, Cat, Pentt and rf,of every des cription. All of which we can sail at satisfactory prices. TTp Countrv Merchants will florl it to their lnteret to call ap2. 43 Market 8eet,atiTllle Tenn, I TOBE, & GOT UCZ3. vTUSTMCMtVEiy Bt JVU$ ltEJ CO. UTHB OLD fditESf RANGER: or, Wild Sports inina on the Neilghcfry HiB in the Jungle, and on the PJains. By Major Wolfe Campbell; edited by Frank 3'oresfer; beautifully Illustrated tvith fine steel Plata ISngravings. THE BOtJRBON PRINCE, the nisiory of the Royal Dau phin, Louis NVH, of France. TUSEP. A Crusade ia the East, by J Boss Brown. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ENGLISH SOLDIER IN TIIE UN1TKD STATES ARMY, comprising observa tions and adventures in the States of Mexico TIIE-LOFTY AND THE LOWLY: or, Good fa aU and none at aU good; by Jliss Mcintosh. ENGLISH ITEMSi or. Microscopic views of England and Englishmen, by Matt P. Ward, THE LIONS SKIN AND THE SORE HUNT. THE UPPER TEN THOUSAND: Skctcbw of American Society; COSM05:"by-MexandMVo:j Humboldt, vol ir. SIRES OP THE BROTHERS HUMBOLDT. -SPAIN: Her Institutions, Politics and Public Men. LIFE OF LADY JANE OBEY. LIFE OF THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE. DICK WILSON, The BumseUer's victim: or, humanity pleading for the "Maine Law." A Temperance Story SKETCHES OF AMERICAN SOCIETY LV THE UNI- luuuueu on racts, TED STATES, by Pulsxkr. LIVING AUTHORS OF AMERICA. MEN OF TnE TIMES. MATRIMONY: or, Love in our Village Twenty Years ago CAP SHEAF: A fresh bundle, by Lewis Myrtle. THE QUEENS OF HENRY TOE VII, by Agnes Strick land. THE DAYS OF BRUCE, by Grace Aguilar. PICTOBIAL GUIDE to the Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. THOUOUTS ON THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS. JOHN YORK A CO, mayl9. No. 14, Union street k m. soil. a. mm. BEN. M. NOEL& CO. GROCERS, AND COMMISSION, RECEIVING AND T0RWABDING MERCHANTS, And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, COLLEGE STREET. SUNDRIES. S0t bgs prime Rio Coffee, 100 barrels Fresh Flaur, 1C0 hhds fair fo ch'ce Sugar; 60 doz Painted Buckets; 200 bbls Reboiled and Sugar SO bxt Cuba-six Cigars; bouse Molasses: 0 do Melee do: 100 half, bbls do; 600 bags Fine Salt; 100 " Coarse dc; 00 bbls No. 1, do; 100 kegs Nails; UO Demijohns, assorted; 15 bgs Race Ginger; 10 do Pepper; 1 cask Madder; 100 bx Glassware, assorte d; 100 bbls Vinegar; 50 bbl Walker's Ale; 20 barrels Loaf Sugarr 20 do Powdered do: a tierces K.cv; 5reroons best Indigo; 15 barrels Soda; 60 bgs Cotton Yarns, ass'd; In stole and for sals by 25 do Crushed do BEN. M. NOEL A CO. LIQUOR AND TOBACCOS. 800 bbls Sam. Bale's Rectified Whisky; lOo bbls Dean's Rectified. Whisky; 40 do Old Monongahela do; 60 do Brown's D I) do; 60 do American Brandy; 40 bbls S. if. Wine; 25 do N E Bum; " 25 do Port do; 3 half pipes Old Brandy, best brands; 1 pips Irish Whisky; 50 baskets Champagne, assorted brands; 40 boxes assorted Brandies; 2 pipes Holland Gin: 20 bbls American Gin; -50 boxes Gus Jones Tobacco; SO do Fenncll's do; 25 do Peter M. Boax's do; 20 do Young A BurriU's do; 20 do Allison's do; 25 do Peter M. Boar's Gold Leaf Tobacco; 10 boxes Phenix Triwcco; 10 boxes B. Daily's Tobacco; 20 do Missouri do; 10 do Ender's do; 10 do Sam Wool's do; 5 do Reed A Nash's do; 10 do S E White's do; In store and fcr sale by junel BEN. M. NOEL A CO. D. R. CLAIBORNE, ATTORXEF AT LAW, No. 44, North Cherry Street, Nashvillje, TcrxESSU. WILL practice in aU the Courts of Law and Equity of Davidson County. Prompt attention given to the collection of claims. Refer to Return J. Meigs, Esq, Francis B. Fogg, Esq, John Trimble, Esq, RusseU Houston, Esq, And. Ewing, Esq, W. F. Cooper, Esq., Edwin II. Ewing, Esq, Dyer Pearl A Co, Jas. B. Craighead, Esq, Jas Walker, Esq, Gne. S. R. Anderson. Is may A. F. DAVIE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Jacxsox, Tins. Practices in Madlsoa and the adjoining counties, nd will gtve prompt attention toeollectiLg and an; other business lu his profession. feb It, It. Y. BROWN, ATT O It XE Y AT LAW Office, Up Stairs, No. C8, Cherry Street, w "TTILL, in connection with the practice of Law, also act as Agent for the purchase and sale of Real Estate. Renting and Leasing Farms, Houses and Lots, Ac. may 2. L. H. SIMPSON b SONS, iaroKTEEs or Wines, Brandies, Cigars, Champaignes, 6ce. XO, 19, BEAVER STREET, XEW TORE". And Kcz la Bastide. Bordeaux. maylG ly. Admiration Excited asd Popalarity Achievea. THE elegance and beauty of tae Spring Fashion of HATS at the Sat Emporium, OfFHANCISCOA WHITMAN. has exd'ed tha Hvlieit evl dence ofapprnbatlon from those whose taste, experience and judgment, enables them to appreciate Its merits. if you are ati admlrerof a BEAUTIFUL. HAT, call and examine It. FR"tnSCO& WHlTMANare Ullat5o.23,Pnblic Square, next door to tha old stand of JI'aIry dc Ilamilt-in. where they are always ready to serve all, big and little', old Dd y onng, who are io quest nf tomoibins to ornament the head. FrtANCISOO & WHITJIA.N, m. 7. So. S3. Public Square. OUU VEST TI LATE D WHITE IIOCKY JIOTJ TAIJf BEAVERHATS, WE are now making a Miparlor ar ticle of tha Rotky Mountain Silver Beaver. We ventilate tneji to keep the Head cool and preva..t tha Hair fro to falling off In bnt wrather. To th se wbo wish an elegant Beaver. pleae call and Ieava your orden at tha H l Emporium "t FR.KSCt CD & WHITSX f, maT X". 23. KnbII qnre. We liuvc now Heady tr Exhibition. A COMPLETB a-ortmant of rhtl rn't. Infani's.and Little M ss. Sfaw, IUr,and Hraid Hat-; CMMrenn' por tine a' d fh na Faatl ! ; Mijjet Zerll n, Plcadilloet and lllon-le Flal,Slik Tnrrv ns.BnjsSummer Crs.nr,dre ryihli.g fancy for the Juveniles, at tho Fncv at More cf FRANCISCO & tvniTMAS, ma?7 So. S3. Fnblic hqnare. Mr v" liutk. PANAMA, Lethorn. HUck Leghorn, Campea chy. Caii ton. Union. Florida. Straw. Hot's Pedal Braid aud averv varletr of Straw Hats for tho iSummer wear, at FKASCISCO & WHITMAN'S, max 7 No. S3 Public SUre. HUGH HENDERSON, MARBLE MANUFACTURER, CWar Street, Xtuiville, Ttnn WOULD inform the people of Nashville and tbe sur roundinrr conntrr that he has lecently improied and greally enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now prepared tto fill all orders in the marble line at the shortest notice and ion the most favorable terms forcisn. He would call par ticular attention to his well selected stock of monuments, miantle pieces, figures, garden figures, statuary. Fountains, .Baptismal founts. Urns, Vases, Tombs, Ac, many of which lire of the purest Italian Marble, and from the chisel of the I lest European masters. lib arrangements are now com I ilete for furnishing all kinds of marble, either of h& own 1 aanufacture or imported. He has on hand a large quanti ty of Italian marble, in the rough state, which be wia sell 1 ery low. House Furniture in Egyptian Marble of the best ptality can be had at his yard. He Hatters himself that he c an now serve the public on as accommodating terms as 1 uiy similar establishment in tbe west. A share of public atronage is solicited. maySl. THE STATE MUTUAL TIRE INSURANCE COMPANY CF PENNSYLVANIA. .Office on Cedar ttreet,octr the Mutual Protection Ogicet.) (abstract or anncai. stateii ots to hat 1st. 185-) Assets, Mav 1st, 1852 ?209,016 51 Premiums for tbe year ending, May 1st '52 . . IS.5,250 54 Interest on Loans, Ac. 1,916 00 Guarantee Stock, additional to above 100,000 00 $446,183 26 . 87.8M C6 losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, At, to .May 1st. Capital May 1st, 1833 $358,318 70 The rapidly accumulating Capital of this Company is the best guarantee of its entire reli-bilitv. Risks taken mi the most moderate terms, and loses adjusted and met here. JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent Nashville, Mya28. 1858 ff LAND FOR SALE. -Q Y virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson I j county, rendered at the May Term, 1853, 1 will offer for sale, at the Court House in Iashville, on SATURDAY the 2nd day of July next, about 40 acres of Land, sitnated on theNorthaide of Cumberland river, about 12 miles from Nashville, and on the beact waters of White's Creek: Said Land belongs to tho Estate of John Newland deceased, and is sold to pay the debts tbe of Estate. Terms op Saul A credit of six months will be given, and notes with good securi ty required, and a lien retained upon tbe land until the money is paid. mayl9-4 tr t4 F.B. CHEATHAu, x leijr, MISCEIiLAEOOS. J. Ai tair. iu & sum DEUKY BROTligJIfi , Qfie Xo. 19, Public Square, XohtSU, Tennttx.--WZ may22 twly. t?" To Cabinet Blakers. m AND purchasers of the following articles, the subscriber.- . 1 offers 4375 FEETSffADE 1TAEOGAXT FEXEEES, ais'ftU 8600 do fine Crotch da do do; 2520 FEET FINE OAK VENEERS, attorled; 1 . 40 Gross Bureau Knobs, assorted; 20 Reams Superior Sand Paper, aU the; r2 - 84 Gallons Fpexitcbb Vail-hsh; 140 do best Flowing do; . t'; . 08 do do Pottihiny Fitrniti; For sale at tbe lowest prices by 3"V T- WELLS, At the Max A Most as, Market street, nsnriUsa . TO C04GH MAKERS & GTHR3. JUST receive.!, of the best nualitr 1 Cask FIXE COACK-liOU'Y YAEXISS, XO.l. - -1 do do do do do NOi'i-jv.. 1 do Buck Coach Yahsish. tor bkpaibxsg; 2 Barrels Best Blaclr Leather Varnish; 20 Reams VANDERPOOL"S CELEBRATED FLINT PAPER, comldered tin lent Sand Paur it vie. A U offered low by " T.WELLS. Market street, Nnshvill. J. LENIH AN, p.isirinxAni.r t a t t. n i I OppuittCit PlanUri Bank, GoGeyo ttrett, Xuhirute, TmnZ "TifTOULD respectfully Inform tbe citizens cf 1 f y jNashvilie tnat na is prepared 10 execute au I kinds of frcntlernen's clothife in rth latest and most ! fashionable style, and at tna shortest notice. He as$,a. j share of thepabligpatmnagg. nay 9 If FURNITURE I FURNITURE!! I AM just receivinga fine assortment of For-oj3TIa niture of the latest and most approved JTf styles which will be warranted as recommend-' SI ed, and wiU be sold as cheap as the cheapest llj.v-.cg eo larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an aj-vtrr.enr 0 Gil bert' superior Pianos, alw Window Shidcs, Clocks, Mir rors, Ac. Furniture of aU kinds made to order Articles sent free to the Railroad or anvwbere in the city. Remem ber 45, Unwrx street, Cheap Furniture Depot. ap2T L U. MORTON. SUNDRIES. luo kegs N'aiU, assorted x&n; 50 boxes Langhom A Arrutead's Tobicco, very tu jrior; 20 buTtla Tan 15 dcx boxes Lexingtcn Mustard; 200O lbs Bacon, suitable fcr family use; 25' gross of box Matcnes; A few MiTeU of that same old Whisky. Also, a fe-r hhda of fine clarified Sugar, together with a general at-wrtmeaicu Groceries, at whofesale or reuil, at So. tj. College street, opposite Sewanee tluusc mayllj R. F. BKiL. F OR 31ES AND xJOYS.-C'otlK, tiassuueie . ot tonades. Drillings, Summer Coatings, Dale Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts; CraratL-. Pocket Handker chiefs; superior IJsle and Cotton Half-tloes, Ac., ic We will take great pleasure tn showing oar stock, feeling assured we will be able to offer such indu. e uenu, as it re gards style and prices, as to be conceded by aiL may 31. W. A. A J. G. McCLELLAND. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE heirs of DAVID LOGAN, dee'd, are herebvroti tied to apply to me at my residence, in Marshall county Tennessee, and receiveiheir share of the estate, aprillo lmw JOSIAU BREiHEEN, Ex'r. OYAL TURKISH TOtVELS.-Received. a fresh supply of the Royal Turkish Linen Towels, for bathing. JOHN K. HUME. may!6 No. 57, College St XFARSEILLES QUILTS. Beautiful White Mar- LTJL seilles yours, just received. Also, Cnb Quibs. hand- some colors. JOHN K. UUHE. No. 57, College St may 16 MUSLINS AND LAWNS. An excellent assort ment of Fancy Muslins, Lawns, Ac A favr Lawns on liandatlO to Viy cents per yard. Alio, Beautiful Drea Good. Parts Berage3 ; Checked Silks ; Challie Berages ; Striped Silk ; Crape de Paris; Brocade Silks; Hernani Silks ; Reus Silks ; Also, lions. De Beize. for Travelling Dresses, at may 16 JOHN K. HUME. Na .'.7. CoUcga St. EXCHANGE A BANKING OFFICE OP D. PEARL A CO "VfOBTH-WEST corner of the .ublic Square, near Pknt JLN ers' Bank, Nashville, Tenn. J3?We are drawing Sight Checks on ail the pri-jcipal cities of the East, South and West at the lowest rates. in sums to suit purchasers." We buy all kinds of current and nncntrent Banc Notes at moderate rates. pjT" We buy South Carolina, Georgia and Korth Carolina Bank Notes, at a very small discount EST" We will purchase New Oilcans an'A Kentucky mon ies at a fair premium. HT" We have Gold and Silver for sale wiB attend ro collections remitting on any point requested at Beak raic charge but J percent commissioa'. e are taking Bank of Eust Tennessee &e same u other Tennessee Bank Notes. janl 7 CHARLES 'v7s3iifii, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, No. 51, O0LU6B Sraerr. SCHOOL, Law, Medical Bebgious and Mfeoellaneoul Books, Also, Plank Books and Statieaery, at low est prices. nifCountry Merchants, and School Teachers supplied on the most favorable terms. Nashviik, Teao feb. -i. LYONS & CO. Importirt and Dealers w navruia Cisar, To'iaccoj aud all Uinus o. Foreisii Wines, Liqnors, Ac. Xo. 19, Cular Street, XaimUe. J1SI1 h. Tnoxts, w. c (tsiTraoim, TIIOTIS A WniTTnoiWCi Attorneyi a. Lmw; . COLUMBIA TEA'.VESSEIL. TTPWHl practice their profession Id the eonrales of Maary, Manhall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman? dec 9. tf. i t O. JtACGllXGOR, X. X. AIXOWAT, J. lIAATjaKAO. MACGREG0B, AII0WAY A CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 55 Sr. Chakles SrnrET, (third Store above St Chulcs, Holt!,) New Orleans. ?f- X E. ALLOWAY A CO, Nashville, Tena, are at all times prepared to make Uberai cash advances on ship mentatons. fsepiC A LIKELY Negro Woman for sale, 86 years old. CjL First Bate Cook, Washer and Ironer. may4 DABBS A PORTEB. SUGAR. 2rX Hhds Louisiana Sugar - various graetd For sale bv april2 W H OORDON A t O. BOY'S CLOTHING DEPOT ! The subscr.br have the most extensive and vried isormeat of ClothingforBoysirom4tol6 ever ofTered fcr sale 'a thi Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing ttHed at the short est notice. Persons purchasing Clothing at this establwhment, save thepriviles8 of changing then if tber do not uit h F. A HOYT A BBO. 8 W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Pbiladelphju April 6. 1853 ly t A CARD. I HAVE this day associated w-th me in the S3ddb"nr Ba tiness ray son, A. C. MARCH. The business, m futnrv will be conducted in the name nf J. D. March A Son. Sir persons indebted to me, by note oracceuat wiU please come up and make pavment J. D- MABCH. 3?" Thankful fix the liberal ahare of pafronage here'o forei a continuance of the some is rest eetlully solicited. jabS J. p. M VRCH A py. I7LOUR. iu Barrels Gallegi lIUls Flour. 5oO " New York " "Forsaleby raav21 W. n. GORDON' A CO. TLST RECEIVED. -A sapenor ,uort uen ot sea sonable Ready .Hade Clothing, consisting of Black Cloth Frock Coat; Black Drap d'Etat Sacki; Colored " pant; " Sacks; Fancy Caimere dc. Buff, white and figured Marse3!es Vest:. And a variety of other clothing, embraciDsr a Sr.a and elegant assortment T. J. HOUGH, mr 5 Cedar street ? RAILV3I Ult E AD. Gralmm Bread for dupep- yJT tics, can be had every other dav at my4 B. A J NIXOVSL SUG Alt. 20 hhds Sugar, now landing fmra si earn ej America.and Cir sale br MORBJS A STBATTON. EMOVAL.DR. B. W. HALL has removed, to the office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Judge Catron's, near Cornelius A McCombV Cabinet Wareroom. Jan3. T3 E3IOVAL. Drs. FORD A McCOMBS have removed IV to tlie office. No. 15, South Summer Street, adjoining the residence of Dr. Furd. mv 2 -tw. ENUINE SCUEIDA-U SCJI.VAPS.-Wobava It a few dozen of this fine Lignor. For sale ' Jr enceat LYONS A CO, v rnayl3 No. 19. Cedar Street n.ticVtokaterstk.vbli.kks A Continuous rail ro4 from ocI""''r' "t.t iV.tnr Mm.lll.n. Alliance, and CWeajra, III-, to Phtl rphU. vl. i-enn;jlv.Urllroad.fr0ta Piitsburs to P Taroughfroin Cincinnati to Philadelphia, In 33 h. ti Cleveland to " 23 " u Htubare to " " 19 Belnjrtheaaortestand qnlcXest route from the Great Wett 'Varem'cinctanatlto Phil, by Rall-road,1530. Cleveland " " 10 U9. JlassIIIoa " " 1000. PltfburjC " " 950. Cincinnati to PhUladelphla, Cin cinnati to Pittsburg!) j Steam-boat II CO. Tickets from Cincinnati to PMladelphia, or Ha tlmorabv Rait Hoad, can ba parebased of P Vt Mnder, Ticket Agant, Cincinnati. And bv the Steam Packet Line toPiltsbanr, 4 thaiee by Rail-road to Philadelphia, from tbe Capt..ruon boards. And from Cleveland, via tho Cleveland and Pnu burr rail road, and Ohio ami Hennslvakia rail road of it Morton, ticket a?ent,at tbe Middle Home in Cleveland. Ohio. On or about the middle f February tbe read will b open ed from Crestline to Wooster, and time betreea Cincinnati and Philadelphia rmlaeedto J hours HOTICE. Ineaseor loss, tha Company wltlhotd themsel ves responsible for personal ba;rg only, and for an amount notexceedme 1W. l-Jf:,.. J. MESKIMEN. mh.16. tf Pasienwr Agent, Pit Jbnrr- OOTH SOAP. This Soap Dentrtfirc is tic proper specific for freeing the mouth from those disgast.ng iroTunties which rapidly promote putfication and destroy tUorlbr tnayJS STRETCH A 0BR- TOY'S HALF HOSE. Wehavejustrecetved alot J ot Cotton halt nose wr uoys. nay3 MYERS A McGILL. LE1IONS. 15 boxes Lemons, received this day bv ipao P A J. NIXON 1 TARCII. 250 Boxes Pearl Starch a superior-arts. 5 fcr sale by mavis W.H. GORDON A CO.