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toe oxi-r AtrreoBizso Atnorr for tliig paier in Uie cities lit f Boston, New York end Philadelphia, nnd is' duly cmpow- i ered to tke advertisements and subscriptions at the rates as required oy us. uu reccptswiu be resmrdea as payments. His office. are-Boirox, Scollay's Building; Niw Yonx, iiswiu be resmraeaasuavmenw. .Tribune. Buildings ; J'aujiDELraiA, Chestnut street?. dklpoju, N. W.corner Third and 3?C. M. Carrol, is our authorized ageutfor the city of Memphis, lie can be found at the P. O in thai city. T SFTarviii Monroe. General Newspaper AgcntsJ No. SB, Walnut street, are authorized agents for the Nash! ville Union in Cincinnati. Particular Notice. No charges will be allowed against the "Union and American office" or the fa'rni unless authorized Jby special order from the firm. NASHVILLE, TENN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AEGUST 1, 1853. ' Wist Totst Examination Tin? Boaol of Yi.'it irs to "West Point llilitarj Academy liave made Uieir report of the Secretary of War. Tho IJoard express . their gratification, becaiisc of the proficiency of the Cadotrfin their studies, and also their un.vtimou? opinion in favor of the Institution, as the best mpth-od-df 'difTusing mil t try science and attaining skill in the art oT"Var. They rooommeml the erection of a newJuiildinnr for -,a Riding School; the onlarge- "inenf of the Cadet's ITospital; new: buildings forof- , ficoxs, quarters, and Other purposes. The- also re commended an increase in the number of Cadets to two fr&m each State, to be recommended by the United States Senators. An extension of the period of instrnction to fire years is recommended. The Board express the opinion that the decisions of the Academy's Board, relative to the capacity; conduct , and qualifications of the Cadet", should be final and conclusive. The recommend an increase of the Cadets' pay to from $28 to 30 per month, besides an increase of salaries to several of the Professor?, - and an appropriation to establish at 'West. Point a Museum of Artillery. . Great Dex or CouxrEitFEiTEiis Bhoke Up Ar tiest or the CouxTEnraTERS. The police of Cin ' ' cinnatisncceeded on Tuesday -week mdiscovering, in the suburbs of tliat city, and breaking up, one of the ino.4 extensive counterfeiting establishments that has ever been known in this country, and also in arresting the counterfeiters. The counterfeiters arrested were Satu'l D. Towner and Milton Parker, of Cincinnati, the lattera notorious conterfeitcrlate- ly pardoned out of the Oliio penitentiary Lew-. -Is Dolman, an escaped convict from the Indiana pen itentiary, confined for counterfeiting, for "whom a reward of 200 was offered; Joseph Bcaiy of Indi ana, William McGeary, of Cleveland, and Quincy llurscliey, a large contractor on the Mississippi and Ohio Railroad. After the arrests had been made, the premises occupied by the counterfeiters were carefully jiearched. In the dwelling was found a box containing five gold watches,, andrpm twenty to thirty gold rings. In the chicken coop, somctliing like forty thousand dollars in counterfeit notes of the Ohio State Stock, Miami .Valley Bank of Dayton, and the Fairfield County Bank, were discovered, nearly all signed, cut and done up in thousand dollar packages, ready for distribution. The money was concealed in a bag, half filled in cliarcoaL A mail-bag padlock, of the postofficc department was also discovered in the dwelling. Tho stable at tached to the premises was found to have been con verted into a workshop for these counterfeiters, and die?, tools, a galvanic battery, stamps, moulds, metal, and pieces, vignettes, figures, engraving tools, and all other apparatus needed for the business of counterfeiting, were also discovered and taken pos session of by the police. A composition for the lnanufaature of base money, together with a quan tity of crucibles, was also discovered and seized by tho officers. The counterfeiting plates could not be found after the most thorough search. 07" The New York Herald winds up some com ments upon the fanatical movement of tlie day, to . subititute force for " moral suasion" in the pre vention of intemperance, with the following touch of satire: American liberty it seems, has become irksome. We require a dash of despotism to give a savor to life. We have had too much liappincss, too much comfort; let u-s try to curtail our enjoyments. Let ti3 commence by cutting oft' our grog. Once ac customed to this, the temjierance party will effect ;,a junction with the Graliamites. and butcher's meat will be excoiimumk-ited. Feather beds and sofas will probably follow, and cigars and tobacco will w placed beyond tho pale of the churcli. All these, rind otlier luxuries are undoubtedly prejmlical to the vigor of the human frame; if once we begin to reg ulate the health of individuals by law, consistency will require a to proscribe them, and it is impos-i-blc to say where we may stop. Who knows lu hereafter it may be a statutory oifence to be convict ed of diarrkea. A Little Incident. A bachelor friend of ours was riding a day or two ago through Athol, in this tfllc, wIk'U he overtook a' little girl and boy appar ently on their way to school. The little girl appeared to be five or wx years old, and was as beautiful as a fairy. Hereyos were lit up with a gleam of intense liappiness. and her cheeks glowed with the hues of healtlu Our bachelor friend looked at her for a mo ment admiringly. She met his platiee with a smile, and with an eager voice saluted him witli, "Have yougota baby?" He was struck aback by the ques tion, and something like a regret t-tole over his ni)id as he looked upon the animated and beautiful little face before him. "No,' heanswered. Well."' , she rrplied, drawing Iter tiny form proudly up, "re liare," and passed on, still smilling, to tell the joyous news to the next one she might meet. What a world of happiness to her was concentrated in that, - one idea the baby! And in her joy she felt as ifall murthave the same .delight as herself; ami it was a iiialterof affectionate pride to her that lifted her lit tlelieart abovethe reach of ordinary envy, fbrin the baby was her world, and what else had Mie to crave? Such WJW the reflection of our friend, and he re membered it long enough to tell it to us yesterday ' ja State street. Boston Post. , "How rapidly they build houses now," said Cor nelius loan old acquaintance, as he pointed to a neat two-story luiuie; "they commenced tliat house ou!ylat week, and tliey are already putting in the l:ghls." 'Yes' rejoined his friend, "and next week;,they will put In the liver." The Boston Aldermen have granted the aw of Fsneuil Hall for the Meagher festival on the third ofAtiffust. "Ts them fellers alive now V said an urchin to hL? teacher. "What fellers do you mean my dear?" "Why, Paul and Luke, and Deuteronomy, and them."" The statistics of the Turkish Empire, for the year 1S48, show a total population of thirty-four millions, of whom near fourteen millions are Chris tians. Some one, we know not who, very shrewdly de fines monc3' to be an article admirably, adapted for taking stains out of clwracter. An autograph of Washington was sold a few Weeks ago in London for the small sum of 2Gs. London was the wrong market. A fellow who had been hooked by an unruly cow, limped in his gait A woman remarked llmt ho appeared to be intoxicated. "Yes." aid her beau, 'lie has been taking a couple of horns." A gentleman named Roy, a good deal ofa specu lator, obserteil to a friend: "I am about to get up a bank; what do you think the people will sav to that, eh ?" "I think they will call you 'Bob Hoy.' " The fragments of the bachelor who "burst into tears," on reading Fanny Fern's dei-cription of tho happiness of Married life, have boon fouud. The New York Home Journal averts, on good authority,, a net profit of $100,000 from Sontag's concerts" and opera movements in this country. The lady who was nearly killed by the acciden- ' tal discharge of her "duty, is slowly recovering. Fred. Douglas is about to become the editor of the Boston CoumoHtcetdih, a Freesoil and Aboli tion paper. Abolition, with a fugitive negro for its organ, will then have fouud its leveL A friend of ours placed an egg-plant under a goose the other day. and hatched out twclveSlmrtg hias and a top-knot Whether this will lead to any revolution in the poultry maiket is yet to be seen. Jenny 'Lind Gol&schmidt i3 said "to bo the happy other of a fine daughter. "" CANDIDATES. SSfWe are authorized to announce Mj. B. M. Barkis as d i . ! ZTnXl" '""Tu""urauc" 1 Z17 7 . , ' w 537" We are authoriied to announce DasTbioo as a can AXA i - t f - . EST" Wo are authorized to announce G. JL Fogq as a can didate lor JIayorat the ensuing election. 13" We are authorized to announce W. H. Hoax as can didate for Mayor. J3J We are anthorizeil to announce Crones Claksos a candidate for Trustee of Davidson, at the March election. J3T"We arc authorized to announce Isaac M. Jones a can didate for County Court Clerk, at the next March election.. sSF"We are authorized to announce Jons K. Emioxnsoif, a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county. tSj-We are authorized to announce Exoch Cckxlvokax, l : J . . r. C I TX-l . I as a cauuiuaic iui cucnu ui uie ensuing eieciiou. ggT"Wc are authorized to annouuee William Luton, as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing election. J5?We are authorized' to announce E. B. UiGLsr as a 1 candidate lor Khenll, at the ensuing election. SS?"We are authorized to announce Major Riciurti P. Cooke, as a candidate for the Senate in the district composed of the counties of JIucnu, Jackson and White.- JSfWc are authorized to anuounce Josuii Fkbeis as a candidate for County Court Cleric at the ensuing election. ?5r"We are authorized to annouuee B. Clkmens as a can dilate to represent Davidson County la the Lower branch of the next Legislature. S3f"We are authorized to announce CoL James JLShkid as a candidate to represent the counties of Warren, Cannon, Coffee, Grundy and Van Buren, in ilie Senatorial branch of the nextGenchd Assembly. f3f"We are authorized to announce Felix R. Cuxatium a candidate for reflection for County Court Clerk at the en suing election. JWe are authorized to announce L. W. Fcssel, as a candidate for reflection to the oflicc of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March election. I3grWeaie authorized to-announce Willi av II. Borrs t: j t . . . .1. .. w,.T ,f ; ... 1 . !- and Macon in the Senatorial branch of the next General As sembly. Z3f We are authorized to announce Thomas Scuxeb as a candidate for Trustee of Davidson County. 15?" We are authorized nnd requested to announce Mai. Thomas Bacbt as a candidate for Congress in the fifth district. PICKETT, MACMURDO & CO., BANKERS audCOMailSSION 3IEUCHANTS, iri'ir 01tLJS.l2iS. WM. S.PICKETT late of the firm ofl'ICKETT, PER KINS & CO, and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav ing associated themselves in busiuesa, will conduct a Hanking and General Commission Business, in this City, under (inn of Pickett, Macmukdo & Co. Particular attention paid to the sale of Cotton, and to the shipment of Supplies and Merchandise generally. fjufySO Om. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY CaErital $2,000,000. ISAAC ABBOTT, SEC'T J. B. COLLLNS, FKEST. HENRY II. HYDE, Tuavelixo Aoext. P. P. PECK, Agent. BtKlfel Medical Examiners. unelS tC PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, GO N N. Capital Slock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund 81,000,000! INCOlirORATED 1852. Policies of Insuiance issued at all times on the most favor able terms, against LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, OR THE PERILS OF NAVIGATION, by ' UNDSLEY & CROCKETT, Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl ly. LYOA'S & CO. Importers and Dtalcri in n.ivnun Cisnrs, Tobacco, anil nil kinds of rorciftu Wines, Liquor, Jxc. Ao. 19, Ctdir Strut, Xathctilt, Tenntttee. HENRY HART, Ji., (SUCCH-nSOR TO PHILLIPS & HART.) WHOLESALE GROCER. RECEIVING, "FORWARDING AND COMJnSSION MERCHANT, Xo. 4'J, PuUie Sjuare fj"bi. JOHNSON, IIOUNE &i CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, Cammtssioa and "Forwarding Merchants, and Starers of Cstton and Tobacco. Gtmer-of Martft aiui Ilroad .b'fc., XathrfU. Tenn. ' july 3, 1S.3. JOHN SULLIVAN Ac SONS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AGENTS Far ths Sale of Leaf Tobacco, Cotton, Provisions, and Western Produce Generally, Rbfirknces. Dr. P. Robertson, James Walker, Esq Messrs. Johnson .t Home, Nashville, Tenn. june3 timtiv T.w. wiLKLtsox. jxo.p. ravoa. u.B. wilkixsox. c wilulnsox. WILKINSON, PRYOR it CO., COMMISSION, GROCERY AND FORWARDING MEHCHANTS, Main Street, "between Madison and Monroe, Memphis. july 21 lm. ti'S. t'1- ' WliltUS & RAWI.INGS, GROCERY, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER CHANTS. Jihi ftnrt, ont Joor Xbrtltof Cninn, Mmpliti, Tennaice. HAVE on hand a full supply of Groceries, Ragging, Rupe. Bacon, Mest Pork, Iard, Can lies. Flour, Ac, wnich lliey will furnish to their citomers on the usual terras AH CottonsShipped to tbcm by wafer will be covered by an open i.licy unless mitten across the free of the Bill of IiadiiifT, at the time of .-hippmcr. ho Insurance. Z5f V.'e are prepared to make Cash Advances on Cotton in itorc. WEBB, RAWLINGS& CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Xo. S3 GtrnnJelet Mrfft, Xrtr Orlean. Anyot our friends who wish facilities on Cotton 'jn be ship ped to ourhone in New Orleans can call on us at Memphis, or address us at N. Orlea- . july'29 6m. Eajrle k Enq., Whig, Memphis; Union, Nashville; W. T. Whig; Jackson, copy six moutlis, and send in bill. Mainphia Ajip-vl. EXCHANGE 1IOTE L, Corner of Sisth and Ham Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and Ilie traveling public in general, that he has leased the" above named Hotel for n term of years. Having gone to a great eipen.-e in relilinjj and rclurnUhing the same, so that it is now second to no hotel in the Wcit. Hoping by strict atteution to business to merit a liberal share ot the public favor. J. MOSHER, Formerlyof the Nashville Inn. Louisville, July 19 tw o d3m. ("OOT)S AT REDUCED PRICKS. As the TT season is adrancing I will oiler my s'ock of Summer Goods of every description, at sucli reduced prices as will be satisfactory to all. I have a large and beautiful variety of ladies' dress Goods, Mantillas, Ac, Ac, to which I would solicit the attention of mv friends and the public. JAMES NICHOL, :uly22 No. IS, corner Square aud Market tU. NEW GOODS. JUST received a few more cases of those Fashionable Cassimeie Hats, very light and tastv. AI.S0. Black Leghorns, Flat Brim Leghorns and Boys 1 Leghorn. .Vlso. An entire new style of Hats called the Alboni Haf.just issued in the New York market, with all the other styles of Jfoleskin, Beaver and Cassimeres, of every quality will be found at WATERFIEI.l) & WALKER'S, Na 26, 1'ublic Square, next toGowdev's. E JU'LOYJIENT A smart, active, business man may meet with employment and.a fair remuneration by dia'tc application by letter to N. B. C. at this office. B A RRY'S TRICOPIIEROUS One of the cheap est and best preparations for the Hair. Received and for sale by JlYEltS .t McUILL, Udicsand Gentlemea s july S t FiimishiugStore. No 56 College st. D'lt. JtOflllRT JI. PORTER has removed his rc-ideuce and office to No.SS, Cedar street, nearly op posite the Catlm ic Church july 50 lm. HAVANA CK.WUH We have this dav receivsd jo.oooSuporior Iti-gjIisLmidreand Prensados Cigars, to which we invite the attention of smokers, jnly -o N. R. A- JIXON. MORK FIVE TRAVELLING TRUNKS. FINE SHOES, GAITERS, &C. JUST received alt 2 College street, Ladies best Kid Gaiters, " " Italian Cloth Gaiters, ' " Kid, Pump and Welted Boots, " F. Jfo. do, " Fine Enambled do, Jlisses and Childtcns do, Gentlemen's Dress Boots, Gaiters. A'C Very low for cash by jy27 R.VJ1AGE A CAURCII. T70R SALE. A No. 1 Negro boy 12 years of age. july2S- Gcnl Agent, No 17 Deaderick st. FOR SALE. A Negro Man about 27 years old a very good Rlacksmith. Also, teveral Women and Girls from 14 to 40 years of age. july 28. . GLOVER A BOYD. BY TELEGRAPH. TELEGRAPHED FOR; THE UNION AND AMERICAN. KENTUCKY ELECTION NEWS. - Is Y Paihtcaii, August 2. Boyd's majority over .Brown for Congress 1500. Princeton-, August 2. At the close of the polls the vote stood Bovd 149. Brown ICS, Barbour :205. Hopk issTiLLE, August 2. Official report of this precinct. Gray 211, Davie 112, Waddle, for the Legislature, 217, Wooldridge 03 . '-GLASfiow, August 2. Presly Ewing, wlug, elect ed to Congress. He had no opposition. . One whig and one democrat elected to the Leg islature. The Cincinnati and Nashville Railroad went by over 800 majority. Louisville, August 1. Breckenridge conceded "to be elected over Gov. Letcher in the Ashland dis trict. Four feet water in the canal and falling. Louisville, August 2. Preston's majority in the city is 12o0. Wolf (w.) elected to the "Senate. .Breckenridge is elected by a handsome majority in the Ashland district Four whigs elected to the. lower house in this city. Nothing .heard from the dower districts. Glasgow, August 2. In the Senatorial District of Barren and Munroe counties, J. S. Barlow, democrat, is elected by 280 large. Democratic gain since lat August is 278. Ewing is elected to Congress without opposition. Bales (dcm.) nnd Lewis (whig) are elected Representatives for this countv. Breckenridge has beaten Letcher for Congress in the Ashland district His majority in Owen isS?3; Jessamine G4; Scott 543. Letcher's majority in Bourbon 402; Woodford 2S; Fayette 211; 'Franklin Stanton is beaten in thcMaysville district; Pres ton doubtless elected. Uoyu elected. . H. G. FARUELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINTMEiTT TRIUJIPH.VNT OVER DISEASE. THIS celebrated medicine, skillfully composed as it is of the most healing balsams and penetrating oils, can never fail to cure almost every affliction that could be alleviated by an external remedy. Its superiority over all other Lini ments is proven by the miraculous cures it performs, and by the great and conctantly increasing demand. There has beui sold within the past year more than THREE MIL LIONS OF ROOTLES, and there can be but few persous found who do not bestotr upon it the highest praise for the rare virtues it possesses. Nothing, perhaps, since the crea tion of the world, has been so successful as an external reme dy for all nervous diseases, as this wonderful curative. When applied, it instantaneously diffuses itself through the whole ByMem, soothing the irritated nerves, allaying the most in tense pains, and creating a most delightful sensation. Read the foil lowing remarkable cure, which can be attested to by hundreds w ho were fully acquainted with the whole circum stance. CHRONIC ENLARGEMENT OF THE TONSILS. My daughter, when six months old, was taken with a swelling in the tonsils, which grew larger and larger, till when sixyears old she had great ditOcully in swallowing her food. Every night watch was kept, fearing she would suf focate. The bestdoctors attended her but could mve no re lief. 1 tooc her to the most eminent doctors tn the ljn; they said there was no help for her but to outgrow it . With a sad heart I returned home with her, when she became so much worse that the doctors had to be called in again; they decided that the tonsils must be cut oflt- as the only means of giving relief. My wife would nof consent to this, and she determined to try your Liniment, which gave relief the very first application, aud by a continued Usd she entirely re covered. She is uowtenvears old and fleshy and hcaltliy as could be desired. Your Liniment is also the best in Use for sprains, braises, cuts, bums, headaehe. etc., and it will re move the most severe pains in a few mioutes. It also cured caked uunder in my cow in a few days. Peoria, March 2uUi, lsltf- GEORGE FORD. Lookout for Counltrftittl The public ore cautioned against another counterfeit, which lias lately made its appearance, called W. D. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter feits, because his hating the name of Farreli. mtuy will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex ists, aud they will pel baps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whoin all applications for Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you petit with the letters U. G. before Farrell's, thus H. U. FARRELL'S and his siguature ou the wrapper, all others are countei foils. Sold by CARTWRIGUT ARMSTRONG, and by regular authorized agents throughout the United States. 23?" Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED in STery town, village and handetin the United States, in nhich one is not already established. Address 1L G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re feuree as m character, respectfully, Ac diw PROCLAMATION. Exlcctivx Office, I VuitviLLp, Way 2d, ISjS. ) B1 the act of tha General Assem7 bly, passed February 2d, 1S52, I am reouirod to miblish to the ueo- ,SsAc5i&iS pie of the Slate, that the amendments proposed to the Con stitution, being Resolution No, 8, passpd -Sov.25, lbol, en titled, "Proposed ampndnients to the Constitution of the State of Tennessee, adopted by thp present General Assem by, and to be acted on Ly the peonls," and Resolution No. 17, adopted Nov. 2'J, 18M, entitled "A resolution to alter the tenth article of the Constitution of the State of Tennes see," and which are hereto appended, were pasted by a ma jority of the General Asamhlyat fbg seion of 18-19-50; and that at the next regular session, said resolalious were passed by two-thirds of all the membeis elected to eaeh House, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitu tion, and that at the genoral election to be hold ou the first Thursday iu August, 1853, fc&id amendments are to be sub mitted to the people for their approval. The attention of the voters of the State is hereby called to the proposed amendments to the Constitution, and the Sheiihs of the several counties are referred to the act of the 2d February, 1352, in regard to their duties. . lit Tiicliiiinn,- rliro.-f 1 lifiva liorofi iuf mr US. I hsu4 grid palled the Great Seal of the State to 1 be affixed. W.R.CAMPBELL. By the Governor W. B.A. IUuset. Secretary of State. Proposed amendmenttto the Constitution of the State of Ttn 7iessee,adopted ty the prent General 4a:iJii,and tole acted njioa ly the: lenpU. The third section of the 6th article cf the Constitution shall be so amended as to read as follows: Section' S. The Judges of tho Supreme Court shall be elected by the qualified voters of the State at large, and the juuges 01 sucu interior counsaaiueigisiaiure may esuiu lish. shall be elected by the qualified voters residing within the boundsof anv district orcircuit to which such inferior Judge or Judges, either of Law or Equity may be assigned, by ballot, iu the same manner tliat members of the General Assembly are elected. Courts may be established to be ) holdgn by justices of thp jape. Judges of the Supreme i Court shah be thirtyJive years of age, and shall be elected i for the term of eight years. J The fifth section of the sixth article of the Constitution j sliall be so amended as to read as follows: Slc 5. An Attorney General for the State sliall be elect ed by the qualified voters of the State at large, and the At- toruey for the State for any cucuit or district to which a Judge of aninfeiiorcourtmay be assigned, shall be elected by luc qualified voters within the bounds of such district or circuit, in the same manner that members to the General Assembly are elected; all said attorneys, both for the State and circuit or district, shall hold their offices for the tenn of six years. In all cases where the Attorney for any district fails or refuses to attend and prosecute according to law, the Court shall have power to appoint an Attorney pro tem pore. SCHEDULE TO AMENDJIENTS. Sec. 1. Aud that no inconvenience may arise from the proposed amendments, (should the same be adopted by the people, it is declared that all judges of the Courts and At lomeys contemplated iu uic piuimscu uumuuuieuis, suau j continue to hold their offices and exercise the duties and functions thereof, according to tho true existing laws and j Constitution, until the election of their successors by the l jieople, to be held and made under u law to be passed by 1 the General Assembly, (next elected, after the ratification i of the proposed amendments by the people,) which law ! shall prescribe the times aud places of holding said elec I lions, and which shall be passed without delay, and in j strict pursuance of said amendments. Procided, The Leg "klature shall appoiut a day for holding the election of Judges I and Attorneys General separate and apart fiom the days al ready prescribed, or hereafter to be prescribed by the Leg islature, for holding the elections for State and county of Ucers. JORDAN STOKES, Sixalerof the House of Heprtuhtatttts. JI. R. HILL, Speaker (if tlte Semite. Passed November 21, 1851. A Resolution to alter tin 'fourth section, of the Unth article' of the Constitution of Vte State of Tennessee. Jtesolced hi the General AsseiMu of the State of Tennes- i ee, mat me lounu section oi uieieuiu urucieiu uic w stitution of tho State of Tennessee, be so altered that a new county may be formed out of a jiortion of the territory now composing the counties ot Haywood, JIadison, Gibson and Dyer, the line of which sliall not run nearer than ten miles of Uyersburg and Jacksou; aud that a new county may be ormed out of a portion of the territory now composing the counties of JIcNairy and Hardeman; and that a new coun ty may be formed out of that portion of Obion county, that lies west of Reelfoot lake on the Mississippi river; and that a new county may be formed out of fractionsof the counties of Washington, Sullivan, Hawkins aud Greene, by the name of the county of Powell; and that a new county may be ormed outof a portion oflhe territory now composing the counties of Jlariou and Bledsoe; which new counties may consist of less thin three hundred and fifty square miles, and the lines of said new counties may run nearer than twelve miles to the county seats of said old couuties; aud said old counties may be reduced below six bundled and wenty-five square miles. Be it fartlter reiolccd. That a new county may be form ed out of the south-west portion of Wayne county, and the south-east portion of Hardin county, and that said new county may consist of less tlian three hundred and fifty square miles, aud that the county of Lewis, formed outof he fractionsof Maury, Lawrence, Wayne and Uickman,Iy an act passed on the 21stday of December, 1848, chap. 38, entitled "an act to establish the county of Lewis," shall be declared a constitutional county, and may consist of less thin Uiree nuudrea anu miy square uiucj. m, j. Um, thnir rvmetitntional limits. "c JORDAN STOKES, Speaker of the House ef Representatives. 1 JI. R. HILL, Speaker of the Senate. Adopted November 29, 1851. ESTThe Union and American, Nashville, and the Regis ter and Statesman, Knoxville, and the Eagle and Enquirer, andAppeal, Jlemphis, will publish until the day of election and send accounts to this office True Whig. fnir27tda MISCELLANEOUS. SINGER'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEDLE PERPEN DICULAR ACTION SEWING BIACIIINEI Secured by ttco Distinct Patents. THESE extraordinary Machines have had numerous di plomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew ing Machines everdevised. Theynow form one ofthemost attractive fcatuies of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in New York. The proprietors having perfected their great manufactory in New York, are now able to produce the" Machines at a cheaper rate, and have determined to give the benefit to the public, by reducing tbe P"ce $25. llereafier these unri velled Machines will be sold at either of our regular offices for $100 Cas.li. without Deduction or Discount. Of the admirable qualities of these Machines for all the work of the Clothier, Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler,. Cairinge Trimmer, Cap Maker, and Corset Maker, it is un necessary to speak. 1 lie character of the machines for the- branches of business li established, and they are known and admitted to be the mast perfect instruments for the pur pose ever devised. The clear proBt on each machine is irotn $500 to 100 a vcar, depending on" the fineness and difficulty cf tlte work done. We desire to call the particu lar attention of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to our ma chine for stitching fine linen and cotton goods. We can satisfy any person interested that uo other machine has ever done or can do this kind of stitchingperiectly. Thepriceof the macln'ne includes the necessary articles for using. Wlion ordered thev are packed, complete for immediate use, ami full printed instructi jns for using are furnished. Either of the Express Companies, or Merchants visiting the places where our offices aie located, afibtd a convenient medium for purchasing mechines. Principal Office, No. 324 Broadway, N. Y. f No. 251 Washington St., Boston. n No 5T South 4th St., Philadelphia. Iliii.-mf Opprw J ..... . ... I No. 1S7 Elm St, Cincinnati. july30-Sm V I. M. SINGER & CO. UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE- MEDICAL DEPART MENT. THE Third annual Course of Lectures in this Department will commence on Tuesday the first of November next, and continue till the first of the ensuing March. Paul F. Eve, M. D., Principles and Practice. orSurgery. Jons M. Watsox, M. D., Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children. A II. BrcnAXAX, M. D., Surgical and Pathological Anat omy and Physiology. W. K. Bowling, M. D. Institutes and Practice of Medi cine. C. K. Wixstox, M. D., Material Medica and Medical Ju risprudence Robkrt T. Pocmr, JL D-, General and Special Anatomy. J. Bekbikx Llvhslet. M. D, Chemistry and Pharmacy. William T. Biuggs, JL D. Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, on the first Jlonday of October. . A full Preliminary course of Lectures will be given by the Professsors, commenc ing also on the first Jlonday of Oc tober. The Students will have free access to the Stale Hospital. Fee of each Professor 815. Jlatriculatiou ticket Jo; Dis sectimr ticket 10. Graduation fee 23. Good board can be obtained in the city at from $2 50 to $3 per week. Further information may be obtained by ad dressing the Dean J. B. LINDSLEY, JI. D., Nashville, July 30 w&'.w. Dean. ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE. The subscribers offer tha following good and suflicien f reasons why every fam ly in the Southshould use the Wrought Iron Cool ing Stoves. JIanutactured by them aud called THE TENNESSEEAN : 1st It is of Southern manufacture, being made by the subscribers iu the city of Nashville. 2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast three or four cast iron Stoves. 3d. It tsmore complete in its cooking apparatus than any cast iron.Sfove. 4th. It is so simple in construction that a child can use it. 5th. Itsecoiiomy of fuel is such that it docs not use half as much fuel as a cast irou stove of the same size. Ctlu In the economy of time it is important, as it can be neaieu reaay ror use in a Ion" minutes, "th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove is heated at the same time. 8th. Its perfect reliability as we luve put up over four hundred of them ir. ibis State, and no one has ever failed to give entire satisfaction. SNOW, .MACKENZIE & CO. julyH College st, Nashville. MEMPHIS MEDICAL COLLEGE. aHE regular Lectures of this College will commence ou . the 1st of November, and will continue four months. FACULTY. LEWIS SHANKS, JI. D., Prot of Obsfotrics, and Diseases of Women and Children. AYRESP,JIERRILt,JI.D.,J,rorssorof JLateria Jledica and Therapeutics. JOHN MILLINGTON, JI. D., Prof, of Chemistry and Tox icology. H. V. W00T0N, JI. D., Professor of Prinsiples and Prac tice of Medicine. CHARLES T. QUINTARD, M.D. Professors of Physiology and Pathology. HOWELL R. UOIURDS, JED.. Professor ofSurgerv. ARTHUR K. TAYLOR. JI. D., Professor or Anatomy. HEBSHELS. PORTER, JI. Professor of Natural Histo ry and Geology. DANIEL F. WICIGHT, M.I), Demonstrator of Anatomy. The fee for the entire Course is $105, payable in advance. Jlatriculation fee $ 5; Graduating fee $25; Anatomy and Dis section' 10, to bo taken once before graduating. Rooms open from the 1st October. A pi eliminary course cf lectures free to all students, and the public, by each Professor on subjects connected with his department, which cannot be fully taught in the regular course will be delivered during the mouth of October. CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given twice a week at the IT 1 - TT . 1 . 1 1 ' ll' I ! .ueujpiiis iiospiuil- ii I'm isispens-iry viiuique utu uisii been established at the coliece at which operations are per A city Dispens-iry Chniqne has also formed aud cases prescribed f(irandl6ctwod Upon daily. The Cojlegs possesses an ample Jlusemn and complete Chemical and other apparatus. Siudents desiring tunher information, will address Prof. L. Shanks. M. I)., Dean, or on arriving in the city, call on him at bis office on M.iin street, Jyl7-2w L. SHANKS, J. P., Dean. WASHINGTON INSTITUTE. TIIE next session of this popular Institution will com incnca tha first Jlonday in September, and continue ten months with the exception of tho Christmas holidays. The male Department will be as heretofore, under the charge of C. W. Cnllender, A. JI, Principal, and Professor of Ancient and Jlodeni languages, and Pure nnd Jlixed JIathematics. Prof. Thomas P. Hatch, A. B, will have charge ot the Scientific and English Departments. The Institute is pleasantlr situated on the Jfurfrecsboro Turnpike, five miles from Nashville. The Geological and Jlincndogical cabinet is very largo; whlph, wfth n exten sive and bemtifuj collection of Bptauical spccitnepa, and an excellent Philosophical and Chemical apparatus, affords pe culiar advantages to Students in tie Scientific Department Expenses per term of ten Months. One half 4uei adeanw. Tuition in Classical, Jlthomstical and Scientific Department, - $32 00 English DriMirtment, 20 00 Ficnch or German, (extra) - - IS 00 Incident lfee, 2 00 TENNESEEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE. JR'RFREKSnOnO,' TEN'S. THE next term of the Tennessee Baptist Female Institute will commence on Jlonday, Sept. 12, 1S50. The teachers, recently of the Nashville Female Institute, will make every effort to secure to those entrusted to their chanre. a tLnmnirli and judicious education and would be . ... . c i . pleased to recci e the patronage of their former friends. imontiaiionmav oeouiaiueu oi lier. JOS. ll. EATON, D. D, Pres't Board Trust's, JAS. F. FLETCHER, Esq., Secretary, july2f 3m eo d or of the Teachers. NOTICE. THE following list of articles in our warehouse, which have been in Store from 1 to 10 years, if not called for in 00 davs will be sold at Auction forcharges, viz: 2 boxes Jackson & Walker; 1 1 1 100 1 A Harwood; JI W Sloan; Del worth, Taylor A Co; JIontagues-Balni, for teeth; F Johnston; ' T JI Owen; Graves A Veuable; A Wilson; S 1 nackaire. R Jlorrisson; 1 small box, D JI Taylor, 1 do do Jno Nathans; 4 trunks, no mark: 1 Plough do; 1 Basket Waggon do; 1 Cupboard do; 1 Box do; 1 Hat Stand do; 1 Lot Cast Steel do; 1 " Gas Pipes dor iulvlO lm JOHNSON A SMITH "XTEW FLOUR. 100 barrels new Y beat t lour just 1 i received and for sale by iul23 B JOHNSON A H0RNE. SIDIIHFR TIES AND CRAVATS. We are now selling our Summer Ties and Cravats at reduced prices. jly so MYERS A JIcGILL. S UGAIIAND MOLASSES. 150 hhds Louisiana Sugar, all grades, 21 hhds Elm Hall Sugar; 100 bbls Louisiana Syrup; 100 half bbls " do; 100 bbls Plantation Jlolasses; For sale by W. H. GORDON. AILS. 200 kegs Siioenberger's celebrated Nails. For sale by w. il. mm g, w. rpOBACCO. 100 boxes Keen's Bright Tobacco; JL 50 boxes Slubbletield's Coal Cured do; do; 25 " " Gold Lear 100 " " No.l 150 " Preston's 100 " Arnold Sc. Henr)-'s keg 10J " Virginia (various grades) do; do; do; do. Win. GORDON A CO. t or sale oy c IGARS. 10 cases Sackappleon Gen. Regalia Cigars; 10 La National " do do; 10 10 I.as Tres JIaneas do do; Wandering Jew " do do; Frincioe and Panatilla do; W.IL GORDON A CO. 20 For sale by I7LOUR. 500 bbls Gallezo Jlills Flour; 1 200 " Jlontgomery " do Forsaleby W. II. GORDON A CO. TARCII. 200 boxes Pearl Starch. For sale by O july2S VI 11 UUliUU.X S VyU. OAP'AND CAN DL I'S. 50 boxes iancyfcoap; 100 boxes No 1 Bar Soap; 100 bxs Winter Tallow Can dles; 100 boxes Cummer Tallow Canaies. for sale oy july as WH GORDON A CO. SODA, july 2 50 casks best English Soda. For Sale by oucuswuc f W II GORDON A CO. 1) IC1PSSAL,V.HANDAR S AFES-WILDER'S AV PATENT. A large assortment of various sizes and patterns, adapted to the use of Jlerchants, Bankers, Bro kers, Insurance Companies, Notaries, Jewelers, Clerks, Fai ilies, Ac Kept constantly for sale at Newp ort prices, freight added. july 23 WH GORDON A CO. ' Iward perweeK (in prwatcjamuus) including vusntng, I ' Vnrl nnrl I.iMits tl 75 to i2 50 i For fiirtherparticulars. address C W, Callender, A. M, Nashville Tenn. N. BROWN. .Toll-17 '1.S 2m. Chhirmanof Trusteas. AtJCTION SALES- XASGE AUCTION SALS' or DE GOODS, &c, &c. JBY A, J. DVXCAS, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 16 and 17, 1853, To close out the Slocl of Summer Goods tritliout reserve. I WILL sell on TUESDAY, and WEDNES1) Y. August ICthand 17th, 1353,ayerr large Mock of STAPLE and i FANCY DRY GOODS, received by We arrivals. I invite the attention of the trade ahd merchants general- I ly to this sale, as the Stock h ner nnd embraces the richest itylesof LADIES DRESS G001S, and QtNTLKMEN'S "WEAR, all of very superior quality, direct from the Facto ries in the United States, and great variety ol French, Brit-i.-li. Italian, aud Cenn.ui importations, upon consignment, and ordered to be closed. The stock to be sold embraces a larcelini. of Firnch. Bel gian and English Cloths and Cassimers, black and colored uuwk, louwi h an wiaui.;r'aucyIiessKilfc trench Cambric, India Lawn India TwiCT.nSTSS Edging, Jucouet do, widoSilkand Thread Lacesand Blg mgs Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Silk Mantua Ribbons of all widths, Gloves and Hosiery Silk and Thread; green and biue Berage, Lmen Hdfcfs, Fans, Black and Fancy Silk Cra vat", JIarass do. Bleached Jlushns and Drillings, Brown Muslins andDrillings, Cottonades, BmUps and Brown Lin ens, Fancy Print. Black, Canary, Uieen, Ruhr and Furni ture Prints, Damaslc and Turk'ey Red Prints", and a very large stock of Trimmings.- A large Stock of Linens and Linen Dress Goods. WITH 10 CASES of BOOTS and. SHOES, HATS and CAPS. Bonnets of all qualities,.consist;ng of Gimp, Straw and Leghorn, of new styles. The stock is very large, well assoitcd, and will be sold freely. gg- 1ERHS LIISEP.AZ. AND. J. DUNCAN. FUTURE SALES.' 1853. Sept 18th, 14th and 15th I Oct 11th, 12th and 13th. Nov. 15th, 10th aad 17th. Dec 18th, 14th and 15th. julj20 A J. D. PUBLIC SALE OF GROCERIES. ON WEDNESDAY. 10th August, 1853, we will offer at Public Sale to the highest bidden 100 Hogsheads Louisiana Sugar, all grades, 200 packages Jlolasscs and Syrup; 500 boxes Manufactured Tobacco: 0,000 Regalia aud Principe Cigars, all grades; 500 kegs Shoenberger Nails, all sizes: 200 boxes 8X10. 11002, and 12X18 Window Glass; 100 bbls Green Stuebeuville Copperas; 100 boxes Summer Tallow Candles; 100 " Palm Soap; -50 " Fancy do; 50 packages Imperial and Gunpowder Teas; 2.) bbls Jlason's challenge Blacking; 50 casks England Soda; With various other articles. The roods will be nut uoiu our usual Quantities, with liberal privileges. Ttnxs or Sale. All sums under $200, Cash. All sums over$200, four mouths forapproved endorsed notes paya ble in one of the cityllanks. julyli-td W. H.GORDON & CO. TENTH SPRING SALE Of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, Hardware, etc. BT JOSEPH F. DUXTOX. WEDNESDAY and THI1INHAY. An.t tl.o ! J 10th and 11th. My stock at this sale will bo found, to embrace a jrreator variety than ever before offered awiuuuuu; cuiiMsiing in pan as lollows: lilacs, IJrown and Blue Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassiiiicns", Black and Fancy Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drop D'Etes, Queens Cloths. Cottonades, Check and Fancy Linings, Plain and Figured Dress Silks, Satin d'Cbeue, Alpacas, Silk Figured and Plain Bareges, Alborines Gleuadiues, Solid Colored Bareces. Priutedand Painted Jacouets. Einhroidi-r. cd Lawns, Barred JIusIins, Jaconets, Swiss JIull JIusIins, French and American Ginghams, Barege d'Lniues, Chintz d'Laints, British and American Lawns. Bayadere Dresses, British i nd American Prints, Plain and Figured Satins, Fi gured Silk Velvets and Embroidered Vesting, Napkins, Linen Lustre, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Clenched and Brown Drillings. C-4- Sheetings, Table Linen, Cambrics, Apron Checks, Cap Nets, Silk Linings, Cotton Handker chiefs, Cotton Lace and Edgings, Black, white and mixed Cotton Hose and Half Hose, Embroidered Curtains, Silk JIantillas, Bonnet Silks, Linen and Cotton Threads. Pins, Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Tapes, Combs, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Thimhles, Guns, Pistols, Fiddles, Silk, Angola Wool and Palm Hats, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, etc, etc FUTURE SALES, Aug. 24 ar.d25 I Oct. 5 and C 19 and 20 Sept.8,7and S 20,21 and 22 Nov. 9 and 10 23 and 24 Dec. 7 and 8 21 and 22 Sale every Thursday evening through the year. Jul v 13. C. FOX, Auctioneer. july23 td.' FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated on the Gallatin Turnpike. miles from Nashville. containing about 75 acres, on which the subscriber now re sales. 1 he dwelling, which has recently been ereeted. is of the best materials and style, r.ni upon a convenient plan, embracing nine roams end several balls, with all ne cessary out buildings. The soil is very productive. The water is cool and pure, flowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds of bearing fruit trees of excellent quality. In point of health and society, the neighborhood is un surpassed. The tract is susceptible of boine divided into i.nir.t- ...li iiovtnr. !,,. :A,i i,;M:.. nmg yt Terms and time accommodating. Possession can pehad at anytime. A. 11. FORD. For further particulars, apply to LINDSLEY li CROCKETT. inlv27 2awtf tw Agents, College street. "T70R. SAIiE. A Farm contain-ng lis acres of loud, 1 ev4 miles irom .sasuviue, anu near tne J.eLanon turn pike. The improvements are a twootory framed house. with five rooms; two story porch i iu Iront and porch back; an excellent cellanagoodkitcheu, servants room, and other out-houses. There are also on the premises a peach and apple orchard, cherry and other fruit trees, and two good springs. The whole premises well enclosed with good fences, cross fences, Ac For terms apply to R. A. BALLOWE, JuIlO Gcn'l Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick st. VALUABLE LAND FOR SALe! Ifithinone mile of the S-ptareof XvJivffle. I WILL sell my Tract ofLanJ, lying immediately on the river.one mifo from the Sqnareof Nashville known as the Nashville Race Course containing about 300 acres. The land is the very best river bottom soil, well adapted to the production of "all kinds of agricultural produce, and command a beautiful view of the city and river. For fanning purposes it cannot be surpassed by any land in the State. It contains a fair proportion of timber, and the balance well suited for cultivation. Upon the premises is a good comfortable frame dwelling house, and all neces sary out houses, good barns, corn houses, stables, Ac Up on the premises is, and has been for the last twenty years, an established race course, now in good order, witli ail ne cessary improvements, fine observatory stands, large, com modious dining rooms, gaming rooms, Ac; indeed every convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race course and fsr that particulai purpose commands more advantage than any rther place in Tennessee. If not sold it will be rented ibrtheensning year, 1353. on accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in Wil liamson county, Tenn., or to Thomas O. Pointer, Nashville, Tenn. octl4 wly LYSANDER McG AVOCK. SALE OF 5,000 ACRES OF LAND. I" Y virtue ofa decree of the County Court of Davidson ) county, rendered at the July term. 1853, in the case of Alethea S.'Wright, Adni'r., vs It J. Jleigs, next friend and i others. I will offurfbr sale tothe hijrhest bidder for cash, at I the Court House in Nashville, on Saturday the 3d day of September next, a tract of Land, lying in the county of Hick man and State of Tennessee, on ihe wafers of Jlill Creek and Lick Creek, containing bv" estimation 5,000 acres. july20-trd 'F. R. CHEATHAJI, Cllc T7,ORALE. Iwillbet 130 acres of Land in Jlaury county, 16 miles from Columbia, against 750 ihat JIaj. Henry will not get Gov. Campbell's majority in ICast lennessee. i win uei ooo acres oi loinu intyeruiucouniy. against J500, that Andrew Johnson will be elected Cover- nor ai me nexi eiecnon. iiieuiouey is loue-ueiiusiieuiviiu i jesse Vyouiiis. juij.u o. i-i. i.. . j EXAS LANDS. We have 15,000 Acres ofLand, lying in various portions of Texas, which will be sold low: or exchanged in part for a fine Jack, Stallion, two or three fine Carriages, good Rrood JIares, ic The titles are i good. Tlie pateuts can be seen by calling at our oflice. The J land i.s allot excellent quality, consisting of timber and ' prairie. ALSO. COO Acres of first rate Cotton Land, lying 011 Cumberland river, in the neighborhood of the Hermitage. It is all undera good fence and in uhigh state of cultivation It is susceptible ofbein"- divided into four or five small tracts, with pleasant building site on each, and well watered with neverfailingSprings. GLOVER A BOYD, Agents, july SO No 50. Cherry Street. "VTEGRO MAN FOR SALE. On the 1st Saturday J in Angust next, we will sell for cash (without reserve) at the Courtllouse door in Nashville, Tenn, a man 22 years old, the same sold by David Hughes to Williams A Hatch ings. july 23 GLOVER A ROYD, Ageuls. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A good Heljer (white or black) to blow and strike in a blackestnith shop. Apply to IRA A STOUT, july 241 w Coach Jfamifactnre No. 5. Clark street. l AND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving LAND WARRANTS. "Per JL the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us by mail or otherwise may deend on getting the highest prices at which they are selling at the time in Nashvilie aud the cash remitted or paid to order. july21 DYER PEARL A CO. SAM. S. WILLIAMS has become interested in our business which will still be conducted under the style and firm of rjuly!3J JOHNSON. HORN A CO. A DWELLING HOUSE WANTED. If suited in situation aud price we will make the payments sat isfactory. Enquire at our otlice. june25-Swd W. B. SUA PAR D A CQ. COFFEE FOR FAMILY USE. 40 bags real old Government Java Coffee; 50 bags Laguyra i;onee; 2 bales old Mocha do. real African; now landing per steamer II R W UilL For sale very cheap by janl5 DAVIS ASWANN. OTTON YARNS A snpply of No.'s 500,600,700, BOO "Sycamore Cotton Yarns, constantly kept by apll CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO- "YirANTED. A few thousaud bushels Pea Nuts, for V t which ws will eive tlie highest marketnrice. febl9 REN. JI. NOEL A BRf. "I7OR SALE. That very desirable Famiiv Res- idence. on the corner of Snrinff and Spruce streets, occupied by P G S Perkins, containing 13 rooms, with all necessary out-houses. The lot fronts 120 feet on Spring st, and runs back 170 feet to an alley. Ap ply to july 27 ' GLOVER A BOiD. VTOTICE The gentleman who got us to purchase a JL Check on the Northern Bank of Ireland, for Groaos Bill, Lisboume, Ireland, in April last, will please 1 call at our office. july27 2t HOBSON A WUEELESS. PEEFUMEET. I C"T DOZ. French, German and American Coloosi Lav- i I ender and 0 ran re Flower Waters. AJT DOZ. Fine French and American EXTBACT '-.for ; tJ the Handkerchief, many new articles. ' HAIR TONICS, itC. ' TO preserve the Hair and improve its growth, Com tig u KompliOre, Piter' Compound Oxjtirrowtand pUo comes, Rowland English ilactassar and Roussel's A linue Oils, jBijiV, ligjjy purified JSear't Oils, assorted, Oleo lisse Tonique. 4c ao oeautity the Hair, and prevent its falling atT, Qiotn ffl Lustrale Odorant, Jenny UnHair Gloss, m Jrf-JlF "dlBicinine Har Oils I3IPROVES THE COSrPT-PTTnv ?S " ""x1'' "pal" m5 Deter-Chlo- 90 i KOU:5;5-'L'S Sharing tro; OLtornwi, 'JJ Almond, Rose, Ambrosial Sharing Compounds; Military, Roimd and Square; English ir.nd-or; liarbers'i Painted, and Palm Soaps. 85 dozen Taylor's, Conner's and nusting's Transparent, Red and Wlnte Wash Balls, Rose, JIonumentaL Poncine Floating, Almond, Oval, Vegetable. Clirystalline. Chinese, Amande, Amere, Perow, Jasmin, Sau Angels and Violet and rancv Soaps. O ff LBS-Rousell's Barbers Soap; sy ot) boxes Jtose and indsor Soaps. Received and ir saie cneap oy T. W ELLS At the JIan and Jrorfer on JIarket, opposite ' Union street, Nashville. , It lB E FACIENTS. J I' Wt i am Killing. Arabian, and JInstang Liniment; , PASTE IJI.ACKING. 9 0 G?0:?S iT-tson's lest fresh OU Paste Jllartiiur. Re- celTeJ lr T. M-ELIJS. FINE TEAS, &C. " Af( I'03- Frtfsh 'mpena!, i'oung litson. Black and rtJ J Ganpoulur Teas, in MeUlic packs. Received by T. WELLS. WOOD ilOX JJATC'IIES. mOO (sl:0s Patridge's best Friction JIatches. Receiv- " " cu ov t: WELLS. PAINTS, OlI, Z. ..i 111 . . . ' Qr KEGS Frtsh miULea.li 'Jtjv 1 barrel White Duu.m Vanxisii r . I do Black Self-Drying Varu:-h; 15 barrels Linseed Oil; 10 do Spts. Turoeutine. Q AM LlSS-China White; J J 5on tbs Gioimd Pumice Stone; 275 " " Ciouiegtven; 500 " Paints a-ssorlei?: 50 Patent dryer. Received by T. WELLS. julylO IN01(;0, JIAUUER, ,vc. LBS. Spanish Indigo; 1510 pounds Fresh Dutch JIadder; 550 2M oarreis vutppci uxjtcwd, iustie, Nicaragua 1IUH1, AC 410 lbs. Extract of Logwood; 2W " Blue Vitrok . , 975 " Oil Vitrei; Received and for sale at the lowest pric-js by t. Wells At the JIau and Jlortar. Market street, Nashville. ULASS AND PUTTY. . 90 BOXES best M'indow Glass -assorted sizes; OJjO 2480lbsPuttv; Iteceived by t. WELLS. Q UINI.NE 140CZ. Received by T. WELLS. a OLD Leaf and Foil of the best quality. Received by T. WELLS. "jlTEDIClNE Chests and Electric Jlachmes, Mtdical Sad 111 dlcKigt, game lags and lOneylelts. Received and for sale by T. WELLS. MAHOGANY and Oak Veneers, 5000 feet received by v wn i c 3L julylO 6w twAw. JIarket street, Nashville. 17UXL UOSOMED SHIRTS.-We have just re . ceived another supply of these much admired Shirts. Also a lot of French embroidered Shirts. For sale by J"Jr-' MYERS A JicGlLL. i - I O hand a few elegant Sole Leather Trunks, which we will sell low to make room for our Fall stock. JuIyiiS MYERS A JIcGILL. f1 AUZE, MARINO AND SILK AND LISLE JT Thread Underwear at reduced prices. julv2 JIYERS A JIcGILL. t-uur. jiii.lllll.K 1 in.AhN. We Iiav rpt nn BESSEL'S NEEDLES. The best article in use. For sale by MYERS A Mi-Gfl.I. GenU' Furnishing Store, 5fi Callegesireet, near theSqiare. TAYRU.1I ust received a lot of Ray Run. h-d J qua'ity, Forsaleby MYERS A McG ILL. JOHN IC.HU.TIE, No. 57, College Street. HAS this day received, by Express, from New York : I'eaiitiful new style Collars; r.rnb d Understeeves; " black Lace Jlittt Hair Cloth Skirts; Mantles and Points; Jlantle Silks. AI50 On hand. Bareges, cheap JIusIins. beautiful Silks; also, a beautiful selection of Chinese. Spanish and Porsiau Fans, and a general assortment of Dry Goods of every de scriplmiall of which wili be sold at extreme low prices. FOR :ENTLIi3IohiiK.Ilumelmsiast1 ceived an excellent supply c-1 those Shoulder Seam Patent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cravats; also, Lisle Silk and Kid Gloves, Cloths. Cassirneres, Vesting Ac. pm2 JOHN K. HUME, No. 57 CoDcge st. . MUSLD7S, LAWNS, BAREGES. JOHN K. IIl'.HEIias in store an excellent assort ment pf JIusIins, Lawns and Dress Coods, gen erally, which will bo sold remarkably low. As his policy is never to carry over Goods from one season to another, of 1 course, exl ra bargains may be expected. A few Lawns and j Muslins left, at 10al2.' cts peryard. june 5 j "RY GOODS. As the season is far advanced, and I being desirous of reducimr as much as nractienhle. my stock of Sumni.T Goods,! will oflergooils of every de seription at prices very much reduced. The ladies may ex pect bargains, aud will find it to their interest to call at an early day R. C. JIcNAIRY, 55 College street juiv SHOULDER SEAM PATENT SHIRTS. JOHN K. HUJIE has this day received another fresh supply of those justly celebrated Patent Shirts. Also, a new supplr of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Ties, Stocks, lc. Also, Gents Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk Gloves Half Hose, of every description. Also, Gent s undevwear Shirts, Drawers, 4c. june. "j -Q- c. ROBERTSON Broad Street, 5 doors f roM-ilirltt, TIIE Subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have removed three doors from their old stand, and now have on hand a general assortment tf Confectionery. Sugar Oniament.s, consisting of Cakes, Candies, Nuts, "and Fruits of every variety. Jlusical Instruments and Toys of every description. Fishing Tackle, Soda Water, Jlead aud Ale always cool. Their Candies will be warranted to be superior to any manufactured iu thecity,and will be sold Wholesale at 1 2) cents lwr pound. Orders from the country carefully put np, and with dis patch. julvH C "IGARST.A NEW ARRIVAL. lu.WO EI Divan, 4.000 La Jo.-ep':ine; for sale on Broadway at julyS J G A- C R'IRERTSO.VS. TOIl TH E LA DI ES.-Si!k Tissues, Plain and Em. JL? broidered, can be bought cheap at the Philadelphia Store. june7 SOHN A I1ILLMAN. BERAGES. A great variety of Figured and Plain Beragcs are offered at reduce'd prices at the Philadel phia Store. juncj SOHN A HILLJIAN. MUSLINS and Jaconets tor Dresses, of every descrip tion can be obtained very cheao at the Philadelphia Store june7 SOHN A HILLMaN. BONNETS at very low prices are now offered at the Iliiladelphia Store. june7 SOHN A HILLMAN. MAKE YOUR OWN FRESERVKS.-Just re ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for Preserve I imr purposes. iunelO R. A J. NIaOj. ( RAHAM DREAD. Graham Rread lor uispep VjT tics, can be had every otherday at myl R. A J.NIXON'S. POWDER -Tennessee Itme, in quarter, nan aud wholekegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels. A full supply of the above description of Powder, war ranted eauat lo any in the market, always on band and for sal t)y jnlylS CHEiVTIIAJI, WATSON A CO. PBUfTED LINENS ! PRINTED LINENS ! ! 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 per cent less than the usual Price. Also, a variety of dress Goods consisting of lierages, Lawns and JIusIins, for styles and prices, are unsurpassed by any in the market Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmings of all kinds constantly on hand. The attention of the Ladies, is particularly requested to our Stock of Goods, before pur chasing. may25 THURSTON A HERNARD. HEEL BARROWS. 400 Railroad Wheel Bar rows in store and for sale by julylS lm H. T, YEATMAN. PRESERVES THE TEETH. 3 ft D0f ttfcw 1Ulh Porte, Chlorine t )J gent Charcoal Paste for the Teeth and Gums- ruic loom asn. itonssel s Nnrerinr Trmtl, Pn inSCBLLAJSTEOIJS. l THE SiiVILLZ .KAT.'TT.'ACT'Jr.IlKJ fWlIfAXi' r MHS e3tahli.shmen is nnw nmrirlI vrith ltViniirv -L Tbt,smplete, ofthemost modern coastrnction; aho .with the- best Jfechanical skill that the country affords, and TPewally solicit orders. They arepreparedjto execute u ?,,cs.. r BLROAD MACHINERY.. PZvH' fi,r Pa-Hger and Freight Trains, every deaenptiou of work . appwfainiog) RwIifWi. ltandtiona-fe0,!, boilersofthe brst rZJ'0 M tovse-powcr-witl, SAW MILtS. Machinery complste Sir fitHDKUtSashorroVn!a complete, with the newest ami TaoltSl ' . GRLST JHLLS.PP ed,modes- .. . ROLLING MILLS, i ..f,ne, Cast Iron Roiiere, and all mach.nerr for Unit IngMills-compIele-made at shortest iSice BRASS AND IRON CASTING! t,LtanTdecnP,K,n' with 'a"'ng. null gearinz waf- chenift7?u0,ISTHO,,-reos- J8tM-(who iwea jintll-ly ,gae1- nNB.JoilN.ox - ' Presiie;- ' Admiration Excited and Popularity Achieved. THE elegance and beauty of tie Spring FajMon of HATS at the Hat Emporium, OfFRAXCLSCOiVnmiAN.haettli.l the livlteit ev. rfif of PPro'lto' from Uiose whoso tast. Bvpcrieo.e aad ludSment,enableilhnitoappreeUtenj merit. ncvBTirnii hat, call and txamlnnit. FKNCISCO&WUmMXarJUllat5o.23 PnN'le Snnan. l7ntre,W'T' '.' " aJ.bie and IhMe, ol and joaog, who are la qaet nrsom.lMnr to a,.!', ,S A A . So. 23. Pbll iinn.re. OUJC VUSTII y K Vs n"T. matin a superior ar ticle of the Rocky Moar.uln Silver Beaver. Wo veotMate tkca tokeeu tae Head tool and prevent tte Hair from tilUjur off in hoi weather. To those who wtjh an eleratit K.r.. please call aad leave jour ordars at .the Hit Kraporinm of rnA.ii i.-fu at v -ii i si.st, mat7 No. 23. PuMia jaar. Wo Imve now ISeailr fnrKxliltittlou. A CO.Mr-LETK assArtmei'l - t hlt en'g, lofant's.aml IJlite .Misss' Rlnw, IIa.r,and Braid 1UI rbll.irvus spor ting and China Pearl d-; Zerll na, PIcaJilloes and hlon.lij FUtjlIt Turbani.BojaSaiomer Cii,andvs rTtMngfuncv for the Jureufl,attha Fancy Hit Store or FRANCISCO A WHITMAN, may7 Xo. 23, PirHe Square. Struw ll:itw. PANAMA, Leghorn. Itlat Leghorn, flampis ehy. Canton, Union, Florida, Straw, Box's r Braid. anil ererrvjrict- '-.- v v. Sammerwear.at FRANCISCO & WHITM tS"S, maj7 to. S3 rtDllc tnre HAT AND CAP STOHK. THANKFUL to onr friends and the public in e n. Arut 11- II, a nitmnam. Kn, fu t ! ..! I. . we respectfully solicit a continuation of the saicr. ana invite their attention to the elegant Spring st. i- of SILK HATS, of our own manufacture, whicluiuiiualih and beau ty cannot be surpassed bv any ia this cilv. Purchasers wiil uo well to examine their Hats before burins: rtsewlwre. LANDB, EIBACK A CO, Hat and Cud MannfactnrersL Starts aiirt V-uhTil! Tennessee. '. d2. fj UST received a larre sunnly ofhicrli audknv crowa Jlen's and Dot's Fur Hats. CassHnere do.. Pmsi.Io Metropolitan da. which we are enabled to i.-ll a! W whnl. sale or retail, on most favorable terms. pril2 LANDE. ELSRACS A CO. JUST received a well assorted siock of STRAW GOODS, comprising a Large variety of Panama. IKltorn, Pedale and Palm Leal; Ac, for Jlen "and Roys, which will b dis posed of at an extremely low rate. april 2 LANDE, ELSKACK A CO WE have now ou band a very tine and exmve Stock of Ready made SPRINGAXI) SUMMKil CLOTH -ING, cut and made up in the latest aad iwo4 approved style, among which can be found. Coals. IW and Vests, of every description. All of which we can sell : salisfactory prices. "Country Merchants will find it to thr interest to call on us, as we are determined to sell at sindl rro'its. LiVSDE, ELSTt ll k Jt CO, ap2 No. 4'. JIarkc si rwt, ! r I 'e i enn. ESTABLISHED FOR TEN YEARS OUR I nit! Goods aresek-cteil and mn. bated i r nur-e'ives. ith Ereat care in the best r.iarket-. whii h cnah'es us to sell low for CASIL Our audics are W Alt RA M ED to keep dry ; and we sell a cheap as any house :n thi coun try. Toys. Pocket Cutlery, IMftolsnViolrrrs and Sc!f cocking; Spanish Cigars, A-c, Ac. jnly trtt KENTUCKY MILITARY l"STITljfK DIRECTED by a Roard of Visitors appoin'vd tw the pi State, is imderthe Superirjdendwiceof Ci 11. Q) T. P.ALIJiN. a distineuished iriaduaUjof Weal Point ?fl? and & nmptical Knmocr The course of study that usually taught i the Wr 1 1 ,V . - S.7V vouege, wiui me aouiiion oi an exieoueii courveoi L7J JIathematics. National Sciences. amlThem vtic an.) I xitat Engineering. The buildings oflhe Institute wiU he entirety refitted, and arrangements made for Iieating them riih sleam before tho opening of the ensuing-tall term, which wilt imhUk 1w In stitute entirely unequalled in regard to health, ccnivec -ence, and agreeablcncss of residence, as it i.s already in thoi . 'Ug ness of instruction nnd strictness ef pinniiwiit. Tlie seventh annual term will ojshi mi the sewntl Muuday in September, 1S53. Entire charge (lot) per semi-annual session, (surgeon's fe !?2 extra,; parable m adam-e. Address the Superintendent, at "MifiturT Jns'itob. Franklin county, Kent nckv," or the nndersipwd. P. DfJDLEl'.PnwiJeniofthoIWa. Louisville Journal, St Louis Republican, Pitioimrg Gazet te, Nashville ICepablican Ranncr. Nashville Umoo, and Memphis Eagle, will publish in city and cotifrtry Mines, to the amount of 20, and send bill to the SiiyvrinteiHlcnt at the Institute. jnly 3,1 .-.; am SALE OF TOWN LOTS. THE undersign ad will again offer for sale on TUESDAY, the till day of Angnst, 15J, a large number cf very choice business and residence lots ia tlie town site of Dccherd. We desire to impress it upon the corarmim'ty, that there U no liuuibuggery in the statement, tliat upoR tlie cample-ion of the Nashville and New Orleans. 'I be Mile and Ohio, The Jfeniphis and Charleston, and The Winchester and Ala bama Railroads, a Railroad communication will be opened between this place and Mobile in tarenly-two hours, ltu N. Orleans in twenty-five hours, and with "Memphis in fourteen Iiours; that in less than one year the communication bill b opened with Charleston and Savannah 111 twetrf.t -live hours; that on completion of the Virginia Railroads, a eoramunica tion will be opened with Richmond, Norfolk, Ac., in about thirty-five hours; liiat upon the completion of the Eoada north-east and north-west from Nashville, a communication will be opeued with all the Northern, North-Western, und North-Eastern cities. New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal timore, Ac, Ac., in tifty to sixty hours. Thus in the sliort space of say two to tliteq years, coinmand will be had front this point, in a few hours," of all theNffrthern, North-eastern, Eastern, South-eastern, Southern, SoaftWesfem, Western, and North western" markets. These paramount advantages, combined with the cmn manding beauty of the site and scenery, unrivalled oealtti fulness of the place, salubrity of thecliiMte. great oJroj the surronnding country. produots of ihe ample and commodious width of the streets certaHiIvrwderttiM plsa central ia a remarkable degree, and adued 111 every reI to business ofevery variety, and to the most desirable aiul PlTS)nenand two years credit with approved securi ty, or one-third cash, (deducting luterwt in proportion titime) and balance in one and two years, without sece- " Hans of town may be seen at the place, ami any Informa tion furnished by application to the proprieters. Messrs. Uecberd A Saodford. DAN. TRIGG, june 21 td Anctioner NEW STORE AND NtSW GOODS. A. B. & a "W. ROBERTSON, A'0.45, COLLEGE STREET. XASUVILLE, SEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND TRUNKS, ARE now opening in a new store at their Old rr?f Stand, an entire new and largo assortment of ymi SUMMER BOOTS. SHOES, GAITERS. BUSKIXS I SttJ. ami SLIPPERS, made of best materials, ami in the UiUtt styles. Consisting of a great variety, to which we invite th attention of onr former customers, and purchasers penral lv. Feeling grateful to a liberal public for a long and lioer al patronagS, we enter the trade again. W'?,1 ijiguality and price, A B. A C. W.ROBURrsON. Best Iron Frame Trunks and Carpe iBogs. THE CELEBliATED "GENIN HAT, forgentlemett. may24 A. 1. A t W. 1 KUVIt TIMDEll--l haveconstantlv on huotl, 15 miles from Nuslivilleoo the Railroad. Cedar Sill and Lintel Timber, Flooring and all other Cedar Timber, at th shortest notice. Also, Cedar Stakes, which I w lU load m car s at $20 per thousand. Orders will be UtankluHy receiv ed and promptly attended to by the subscriber, intuits 3m. JS(h HILL. J. A- PKBT. 4S W.'B. DEERT. DEEHY BROTHERS. ALIS0NIA MANTIFACTT7RINQ , COHPANY Ofxe Xo. 19J, Public Sqvar, MihtXe, TtnJtesse. nuy22 twly. H MHMpJr d !zitif & hBH9 3 i U 3