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:yFy---MS-- tSTV.R. Palmer, the AB-JferAjV EFfeCT0FA ?KICE OF 1naco5i-TieTBORiitnAce!TftH;a.5fper in the cities f : . AM EIU CAN PXDt'CTS. nnn. New York aud PhikdelDhia. and i duly empow . red to take advertisements and subscriptions ftt Uie r1. 05 I requireq His office Tribnne J Cnesinut Krt V .fnvwkll i. nrwml fill- tKp i-lt .ofMemphuv He cantmYound 3tlbe,P.D,iii.Ui&t cily,, tSTTarvirc & Monroe, General Newspaper A seats; Noj S5, Walnut street; are natlioruaJ. agoats'for.the Nash Tillo Union in Cincinnati. .t Particular Notice. Na charges -ftill : be allowed against the "Union and American office" or the lirm unless authoriied by sped J order from the firm. - ' . NASHVILLE, TEN-N. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0,-1853. 'RETROSPECTIVE, PERSPECTIVE ANir rROBPEC-. , . TIYE VIEWS OFMEDICINE." ' r-. .WeJiave luul on puntable for several-days fAn Address delivered before the Tennessee Stole Med icafSociety, in May Last by John SL "Watson, II. D." "We have bad leisure, only to give it a hasty exam-, inatiou, but feci warranted, from" -this examination, in'regarding- it as a very able professional docuriieiit. It takes a necessarily "brlefj but very interesting, review of ihe rise, progress and present prospects atfif condition of lclicineand. not .odly. "llie pro fcsiiotial but general reader will find it -worthy of4 jKfrnsa!. Dr. Watson Is one of the present able Faculty of tbe lledical Departraept of the Univer sity of Nashville, And enjoy aa extensivjprnctiav and high reputation as a profiissional man. --Wbal- r.e.vjrr.he says on 'the subject of Medicine ueccgarily "c arties with it much weight and iuiportancS " f 'w Aniong the embroideries from Dub!fu,'n'o "on - eihibTtfon at the New York Crystal Palace, ja a handkerchief intended as'a present'to MitsPipiCj: .The embroidery is said to be beautiful, equaling .anything sentfiom France where the people; are . supposed to excel in this branch of-industry. - The America Eagle, with his wings outspread, and a profusion of stars nod national emblem?, predomi nate in-tlio pattt-m, wluch has been destroyed,-that ' the gift may remain unique as it is beautiful. It is a happy thought, and a compliment not only to JMrs. Pieuce, but the country in wLich shcSsat presenttho first lady. '" An American " female, called By the romantic name of Miss Kate Irvixe, has commenced at Shef 'ficld, in England, the arduous task of 'walking 800 miles in as many consecutive hours, for (it i3.said)a ;. bet of 500. The lady pedestrian is described to be about thirty years of age, tall, and or rather pre "p"ossessing appearance. Her carriage is remarka j bly erect. She wears the Bloomer costume-a -straw hat, a jacket of thin black material,' a light .vest, with bright buttons, a tunic silk skirt, and ' UgTit boots. She started for the first mile at six . -o'clock in the evening, and accomplished it in 12 J minutes.- Tbe average time of each-mile up to Thursday evening, jhe 14th ult., varied from 12 J to 13 minutes, wufchy.for a-woman, may be consider tedeaily wonderful. Nearly 300 persons paid.- a ' visit to thefleet-footed American on the first -day. In the course of an inquest in London lately, Mr. , 'Waklet, the coroner, observed that it would ba -well to acquaint the publlcf with the Jact that if per- rfous iu a h ju?e on fire had the presenoo of mind. to apply a damp cloth or handkerchief to their fhouth and nostrils, they could effect a passage through the densest smoke; but the surest way would be to en- . velope the head and face completely in the damp cloth. Political affairs between Peru and. Bolivia are becoming more complicated every day. A Peru f vian squadron was at anchor at Arica, waiting or ders to blockade Cobija, and a prohibitory .duty had ' "been established on all kinds of products imported lirbm Bolivia. This last measure,at is stated, de prives Bolivia entirely' of resources, ' atiil would -have the effect of preventing further nvar-like-de- monstrations. . Trial is about to be made in Parts of a huge om inbus, to hold fifty persons, with smoking .saloon, gallery, &c, to be drawn by a single, horse on an i iron way, at a moderate pace. The affair will not be .very unlike an American railway car, and is In--it ended to transport passengers from the barriere " dti' Throne to that ofl'Etoile for fifteen centimes, about three cents. ' The Louisville Courier says there has been no time when the present aud prospective prospect3 of that city were more marked than now. It attri butes this condition of things mainly to the fact that ' Xouisvllle is soon to become a great social and coin- mercial centre, at which will cross the bulk of rail road travel, both between the East and the West, -and tbe North and the South. - - . ' It is seriously proposed in New York that-the Chiuese Dramatic Company, (Tong-IIook-Tougs,) be 'sent to the Almshouse, there beingnot theslightest .probability that individual charity will iced and clothe them any longer. The late benefit given ,theiu yielded less than 700, to be .divided among 'the whole of them, forty in number. The "People's Washing and Bathing House'' is 'among the charitable institutions or New York. During the first year of its operation there were 80,375 baths taken, and $1,520 30 received for" the 'use.of the washing facilities. The charge is three five and twenty-five cents a bath, aud three cents an hour for washing! . In Europe the Eastern question remainsprecisc-ly- in statu quo. No intelligence of an authentic character lias been received to change if. in the least aspect. , Lord John Rcsseu. stated in Parliament, that matters bad by no means come to a dead lock, but that negotiations were etill gomg on. An extensive oyster trade is carried on in the , "vicinity of Eeyport, N. J., where about $100,000 j is invested in the business, and over two hundred j persons employed in bringing oysters from the j South for planting, to be raised lor the iSew 1 orK market. Last year 535,000 worth ."were sent Uo market from Iveyport. and this year it is expected the sales will reach $127,000. The Inhrnational Journal estimates the available standing army of Russia, always ready for aggres sive purposes, to be be in round numrjers aw.uuu men l.osi.'ps ana vi-of no inconsiderable power. " ' . , x . .. This estimation must be to some extent questiona- ble,but it is probably au approximation to the truth. The fastiduousness of New Eoglaud pilgrims iu everything relating to morals and manners fs noto rious. The marriage relation was satredlj' regard ed and divorces rarely allowed. Still they were not entirely iuflexible on the subject. "We find in Putnam's Monthly, the decision ol a Court in the case of a lone 'oman who had been deserted for ten vcars, in the following quaint style: "-Mrs. Doro thy Pester, whose husband went iuto England, ,some ten years since, aud was never to this day heard of, upon her petition to this Court, hath lib erty granted her to marry when God by his Provi dence shall afford her an opportunities ' A New York editor is under thejmpression from the manner in which shirts are made in that city, that au inspector of oommou setters should be ap pointed. He adds that having gone to tho expense of a new shirt a few days ago, he found himself on nwakeumtr in the morning, endeavoring to cruivl out between two of the shortest stitcher i I i 1 ' TT?OU REST. WehavcalatTiwiiiBTcr-Mrriig Store, which wc will rent or lease for a fenuotj ears. It is ven- iarireana lias a uue euii STRETCH 1 ORR. Comer Colfcge andUuion. 1)U. J. VT. GRAY. OffiCB in JlcCombj' New Building, on Cherry Stroet, i.'tvc UeaJerwi ML piuop . y : t ,leol412m Rjsli)S.vc-SrrSiWANH-i 00 Railroad Wheel Bai- V V ' rows in store and for sale by jalyls lm H.TtYE.miANj r AT. ATTt OIL, 20 doi Fresh Salau warranted O pure and fresh, received and for snla bv STRETCH ar . ito-Itamw, Scollay' Building-. K,W l&ff&tfrif a warm FjiroM.'betwccaJ'raceandEn2- ujldmgsiI'jni4i)KUaulJi, .corner iniruua JW" " . . , . j - T- r streets. . ' - naaf ahgos&cvouldbto depress; tMjmcejof !! AUU lAJilUlUCUVJU W 4XS,A4 WiV orfiwvo iw Urxnr nnrptinr nrtide. that tllft cotton and-to-grcatly.incxease the exporfcfrcin-'this country ol bread sums aauprunsiuua, jio, uouui sound: -. V. ' ' ; The -ErrECis or a EckopeaWaii os the Ptted States Tlife "ASia is in; "and political affairs are in siafuqua. Txatiftliere bo; war? "ttTiat, if Eng land, piqued 'beyond endurance by the taunts of Russia, and resolutely .deternijrisng" to carry Jout'Ahu July treaty to uie tetter, suouid sail., tucougli tbe, Dardanelles and place' the ports on the BlacJC Sea under an embargo? Wliat, if Russia, .blind.to the sage counsels of Nesselrbde, and led by the'noae by die fiery advocates of the national party,' should, re fuse to take back the gauntlet she has. thrown down, and cross tlie Danube .as she1 crossed' the Truth? Wliat, if France, always ready for jvar.'shdidiLovcr- ,-run. Belgium, while. her fleet co-operates witli Eng- of monotonous tranquility, and wearied, of the pro saic blessings of peacej should-phmge headlong;'into the vortex 'of war? There is notlung vliituf npal or even speculative n the enquiry. We put --the" ques tion as we would; ask whether flour is on the decline, whether the cotton chop will bo short, xvhether freights are. likely to rise all of them -occurrences fairly possible, if not probable, and lcgjliuiate topics of inquiry. "Wc see the national equilibrium of Europe already dverturned; WC hcar a direct djfi-auccofiLs-twogreate.t Powers by oQurd; we be-; hold an unenuivocal attempt -to upset existinjr tii?a- Lties, and a clear menace of a freslf Cossack occuna- uon. v iui uiese iauis staring its in uioiace, anna tolerably sure confidence that France and England are not so utterly fallen as to resiau without astruK- . ale their boasted supremacy on the continent, wc " look upon' ,a' varns a p'rokible if not anjnevitiblq, contingency, and weask: Vhat effect, would it have upon vus -Jlbw would the Uipcd btatesbe alfectedby ujjeneral bursiofhostTlities. in Europe 7 A siiniuir inquiry, addressed to any other nation than this, would require a twofold answer. Euro pean Powers would be affected politically as well as coinmercially, by a general 'war. Incapable of rc iriainiug'nCutral, their national existence would in volve a participation, more or less active, either with 'the victors Or the vanquished. Fortunately 3br us, the fundamental principles of our foreign policy pro tect us from the perilous- consequences 'of " entan ir ' i;..V... i:sn llllg umuuvts. nu udti-iv tuiivjviii, miiutiuj , with the internal disputes of Europeans, and could L look 'with uidillercncc ou.ahy modificatidri of, their present territorial divisions. Jt Turkey-werc iib sorbed to-morrow, it is doubtful whether our inter est in the operation could be appreciated in words Or figures. A division of tliecoiiutyof Middlesexor Lancashiro would affect us .as materially. Butf as one of the greatest commercial nations; of the glob; as the greatestproducerof the staples .Of life asthegreat'puryeyor.and one of the greatest customers ofEuropc our commercial interest would -be deeply involved -ia a European war. Our'trade would feel its effects as if we were ranked among the belligerents. " Just as a tnercliant participates in the fluctuations of trade which affect the firms with wliich he; does business; we,-who deal with England, France, and other continental nations, would sham in the net results of a -war by which their, com merce would be injured. Our sliarc would, of course, be widely different from theirs. It is difficult .to perceive what immediate-benefit cither England or France would derive from a war. Their interest lies obviously on the .side of peace, and though they may be forced into hostilities, these corJd only be, at best, but a lesser calamity, voluntarily incurred in order to avoid a greater. "With.us. tha iso is different -V European vra: wonld pfttnR to lis freicrhted with advantage as'Vell as injury. "Wc do not mean to assert, that the one would" equipo'se the pther; but merely that, on.tho faccof it, one branch and a most important one of our export trade would be directly benefitted-by a.Europoan war. "We need not say that we allude to the trade in breadstuffs. The movement wliich took place a month ago in the. corn market in Lon don, is a fair symptom of what might be expected from a distinct declaration pf war. On that occa sion, the news 'of at short crop in France caused a rise in flour of from one shilling to two shillings per barrel. We can easily infer from this what would -be the consequence of the closing of Odessa and the Levant and Baltic ports. It may be worth while, if the" crisis becomes more imminent hereafter, to turn to the tradcand .uavigation tables, and calcu late what proportion of tlie corn consumed in Great Britain is derived from Riga, Petersburg, Archangel "and Odessa. J?tr the'present, it will suffice to re mind, the reader that the quantity imported from thence is so large as to exercise a very considerable influeneo over tlie market. The source stopped, this amount would require to be drawn from us; - and it would not bo suqirising if, under the influ ence of the increased demand, our exports of wheat .and flour to Great Britain amounted to ten millions lofdollars, or about double their value, a3 given ia tlie last tables. This wouldrof coutse, afford a pow erful incentive to our agriqidturc. But it is tibvious that tins benefit would be ac companied by injuries to our trade, of a more gener al and lasting ' nature. In the first place, cojton would receive a severe blow: and all those concern ed in the growth or traffic ot tlie staple would suffer heavy loss. Our Mediterranean trade would bo crippled. The panic which would reign on the London 'Cliauge and tlie Paris Bourse would react upon us. Money would rise in price, and financial operations would be straightened. Euglish and "French merclmlits, compelled to curtail their deal ings, would buy less from, us tlian they now 'do. Increased taxation the necessary accompaniment of war would have a very injurious effect on the" .manufacturing districts, and wc should be compell ed to pav nwrv for the manufactured articles which wtf iiow'impoi t from England. The results of tlie last French revolution are within the memory of all "our men-Anti!e readers; a European war, necessiuit .ingincrau'd levies of meu and money, would pro dnec like, if not more fatal effects. Twenty or twenty-live millions would not cover the deficit it would causo in our trade with France. England would bear a war tax better; but, proportionately, tlio fall in the funds and the tightness in the money market -Avould be even greater. Some few pnvntc mdivid- 1 uals might possibly" see in a war new inducements toeck investments in America; UUl uie necessities of government would assuredly monopolize the bulk .of the floating capital.' Distrust and wautofcon lidence the most formidable foes to stable trade -would soon rolgn triumpliant m Boston, l'lnladei iphia,.and New York; and our merchants might pos siblj'cxperienec considerable reluctance in supplying even the diminished demand which would oiler. Such are a few of the inconveniences to wluch we should be subjected in the event of an European war. IJXTCJr3BT'"BLJ"j!3S.5C-i LIFE INSURANCE Capital 82,000,000. 1 jsaacabbott. hEc'r j. e. coluxs, raE. t. i i 11EXUY H. HYDE, Teavilixo Agent. lLL" " IMM'ECK, Agent. 11-V-5ALL' Medical Examiners. Dk. It. M. Pokteb, I unel5 tf. PROTECTION " INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFOHD, CONN. Capital Stock, Annual Premiums and Western Fund 1,000,000! INCORPOIIATED 1832. Policies of Insuiance issued at all times on the most favor able terms, against LOSS OR DAMAGE BY 1'IKE, OK THE PERILS O F N AVI G A-TION, br LIN Do br. X J uiiUUivc ii, A"ents for Nashville and Davidson County. julyj ly. irR VNKI.IN COLLEGE. Tbe Tenth Annual faes 1 sum of Hie Fnnklm Collige will ojicn Sept 19th 18.53. and close AUitnst iho 4di 18-.1. Tho nimh session closed Willi one Imndied aud fourteen students, and the Trustees fiie IustiUitKmivir.inUtcoiitinued prosperity as evidence or gjKfcUKl.icatimial n.l-rantages. AU tho departmeaU are Miihed with conipeient teachers. Address VIN.0 - , - julv3l lw trantlin lollege; ltnfl. I)AHTICLTLAR NOTICEi-r-Oiir accoantsing r mall ami a Kreat inanv ol uiera no. wunu ub.uuuuw iKw,ii.t:,.w .. .. i?. il,;',lv closed our Books, rand -will ! Jicreafiec dobusiuess entirely for Cask, Persons wishing 1 Jo buy on these terms w ill find it to their advantage, to call I on nv L - , j Persons liaving claims against us will please present inem ! for payment, and thoso indebted will please. call and pay up. as4 it A J JCLXOA. fo'VRIi" AXD LEAVES. 1 wish topurchase with Xcash,alig quantity or Chestnut Oak Bark and Shoo--roafce Lave.toi Taning'purposes. -Apply to J. G: "Moore, "corner of Union and Market streets. ' 5 j-udrtrr-dTtf. . FREDRICK ROTH. V I i CANDIDATES.: . t - - . . rOK, MAYOR. "X t35We are authorized to announce DasTbioo as It car didatefbrMajoratlhenspinf.clection.. A $3TWe are. authorized to announce Q. JL Food aa n can didate lor Majorat the .ensuing election, t We are aBthoriiedJo announce. W4-H. IIob.i as can didate Tor Mayoft - '5 ' - - . "t! i FOR feiEiuriv , j , jyWe are authorized to announce L. W.1 Fcssel."as' a candidate Tor re-election to tho office of Sheriff U- Datidson. county, at the neit March tlection. - E3?w"e areanthoriied to annonnceJoiin C EniiOftDSOX, a cauamau: lor uifoucriuiijr ui ihu3vuwmu - J5fJW"e are authorized to announce Enoch Ciiksisciiam, as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election' . " ..'t J5J"We are aulhoriied to iinnounce WitLUli Xenix, as acandidatefor Sheriff oCDavidsoa county.at the -jetsuing. election. - - " - V J"w"e are authorized to aonoun.ee E". 'B. 'BiQi5j;as a candidate for sheriff, atihensuiiiaectiop. .''''" . CEERir op TiiE-cocXTr cour.it f"Ve are autliorized to announce Josiau 1 mtstl as a candjdatafor .County Ourt Clerk at tbe,ensuinj; election. -"We are authorized )onVnouhce IV.Lix It. .CaEiiiiA't a cahdidateTor r(M;lectiou for County. Court Clerk aTilie en-. suing election, J3J"'eareantIiorizadtoannoiinceJ5iARjr. JoxEiacan date for Conntj-Orurt Clerk, atthe .next Mal-dielijctuin. ) : ' " " ' tor -couxtt Tw'iTEiSl " ' "J. 7f . j ' ' ..m t..".!SL'. . didate can didate orrusteeot' lJ.ifiUioK County ti YSf We are autliorized to announce OconGK Cmkic as a candidate lor Trustee of Davidson, at the JIareh election. ivXLSXJT JOCKKV CLUK ASSOGlATIO.y UAC11S.. iJg LL ia. rmHE FALL MEETING over tliis Course will commence JL on Monday, the 3d daj of Ocloher, 1S53, and continue throughout the week, viz t First Dav Mo.vdvv Sivecp-'talce'for Two year olds. Thedash of a mile. 100 cntr, $30 forfeit Closed with four entries.- Geo. W. W. -Woodfolkcnt.'b.c. by Sovereign, ont of the dam of ComprtimUe. by Stockholder. Gen. W. O. Uarding ent ch. f. by Shamrock, dam Gam ma by Pacfflc. Jo." Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara lloivord .byimp Uai-efoot Also ent brc by Sovereign, dam Jane Milcliell by imp 'lievlathan. - . Second Dat Tcesdat Siveepsfakes for threeyear iids, mile heats, flSO entrance, fSO lorfeit. Closed with threo entries, ' " " Jo Averson enlers Balie Pev ton' ch. by Wagner, dam Cbra by Eclipse. Gen W G llarding enters b. -C by Epsilon," dam Beta, by Imp. Leviathan. " - Alsoi cm f. "by Ambassador, dam Kale King, by Imp. Priam. - . - Tbi&d Dat Wedsesdat. Association Purse 8250 hvor mile heats FoouTn Dav TnensoAT. Association Purse 8130 railo heals. " Finn Day Fbidat. Sweepstake for three year old, tiro mile- heats, $200 entrance, J3(T forfeit. . Cfosedw.Ith fiveenterie?. - " GenWG Harding enters, b. c. by Epsilon, dam .Nanny Killum.Tmp. " G U-Williams inters ch.,C by Wagner, dam. Eudora, by Priam. . " Jo Averson enters b. c. Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, data by Imp. Levialhan. S H Bngjr enters clr. Lady Greene, by Belshazzar, dam by Sir Itichard. Wiley Tarlor enters ch. c. Wellington, by Wngner,.dam by Stockholder. Sixth Dat SiTtniDAV. Association Purse '8100 fcr mile heats. E. U. GLASCOCK, aug a Secretary. AVEUBS & 11AWLIXG.S, GEOOEET, COMMISSION & FOEWASBINO HEE CHANTS. Main ili ett, one door Xurtktf Union, Zltmphit, Tt nnttsee. - I TT-VE on Jlall'i a ful1 suPP'y of.Gr.ceries, ISagging, J I JUL Jlope, Bacon, Mess Pork, Lard. Candles, Flour, Ac, ivtuch they wul uurmsU to their customers on tue usual terms All Cottons Sliipped to them by water trill be covered by an open Policy unless written across the' fjee of the BUI. or Lading, nt the time of shipping, no Inttiransf. Z3& We are prepared to make Cash .Frances on Cotfon in store. "WEBB, RAWLINGS & CO., COTTON FACT0ES' AND COMMISSION 3IEECHANTC it. 53 GirondfUt htmt. Sew Orleans. Anyol our friends who wish facilities on Cotton to be ship ped to our house in New Orleans can call on us atMempliis, or address us at S. Orle.v.s. july29 Cm. fff Eagle & Enq., "hig, "Memphis; Union, Nadirille; W. T. Whig, Jackson, copy fix months, sind send in bill. EXCUANOE IIOTE L, Comer of Sixth and "Main Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friend' and the traveling public in general, that he lias leased the above named Hotel for a term of years. Having gone to a groit expense in reSting and refuroi-bing tbe same,, so that it is now second to no hotel in the West. Hoping by strict attention to business to merit a liberal share of tlie public fat or. J.MOSHEB, Formerly of the Nashville Inn. Louisrille, July 19 tw o d-im. . G- OODS A'f REDUCED l'JHCES. As tho season is advancing I will offer my s'ocfc of Snmmpr Goods of every description, atsucb redeced pricrs as will be satisfactory to all. I havo a large and beautiful variety of ladies' dress Good, Mantillas, Ac., Ac , to which I would solicit the altenUon of my Maids and the pnhlic. JAMES NICnOL, !uly 22 No. J8, corner &m3rc and Market St. ESTABLISHED FOR TEN YEAES. LTIt Goods are selected aud purchased by- nurselres, 'est markets, which enables us I rith mit p.ai-H in the best to sell low for CASH. Our Candies are WABJIANTEI) Ui keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any house in the coun try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Kevolvers and Sclf aicking; .Spiinisli Cigars, 4Vc.,.Vc. july "6 If. NEW GOODS. JUST received a few more cases of those Fashionable Cassimere Hats, rery light and tastr. ALSO. Black Leghorns, Flat Brim Leghorns and I56ys Leghorn. Also. An entire new style of Hats called the Alboni Hat, just issued in tbe New York market, with alt the other styles of Moleskin, Beaver and Cassimeres, of even- quality .will be found at WATERFIELD & WALKER'S, No. 26, Public Square, next to Gowdev's. 3IPLOYAIENT- A smart, active, business man may meet with employment and a fair remuneration by immediate application by letter to N. B. C. at thisonice. AUKY'STIUCOPirEROUS-One of theclieap- l est and best nreoaratinns for tlie llair. ucceirea anu j. i i trvi Hirsute uj jnly SO MYEIlS AMcGILL, Ladies and Gentlemen-s y-u-nishing Store. No 56 College st. DR. IlOUEItT 31. POUTER has removed his residence and office to No. 33, Cedar street, nearly op- posite the Catholic JChurclij july 30 lm. HAVANA CIGARS. We have this dav receivsd 40,000 Superior Regalia Londre and Prensados Cigars, to which we invite the attention of smokers, july 80 N. R. A JIXON. MORE FINE TRAVELLING TRUN1CS. TINE SHOES, GAITERS, &C. JUST received at 42 College street, Ladies best Kid Gaiters, " " Italian Cloth -Gaiters, " " Kid, Pump and A'elte'd Boots, " F.Ala do, ' " Fine Enambled do. Misses and Childrens' do, Gentlenieu's Dress Boots, Gaiters. Ac Very low for cash by fj)-27 RAMAGE A CAURCHj ' iulv28 Gen'l Agent, No 17 Deaderick st. I?OK SALE. A Negro Jlan about 27 yeirs old a ' tcit good Blacksmith. VIso. several Women and Girls from 14 to 40 years of agt, july 23. GLOVER & BOYD. TOST. Land. V arrant, ma 4-u, iot in acres, issueu I ... . (K Alii i nnl lO'.l Iim1ai ant to Allen Thompson, on the 23d April, 1851,iinder act of 211 September, 1850, and assigned to W, B. Sliapard & r t-wlrhnaheen lost and R duplicate warrant will be ;iieu i uplici ,V. 11. w. - - . . . ... r.Tt-RAT BABGATNS FOR CASH. -VTT A, A J. G. McGLELLAND liavhigon luuid an nn- 11 .. . .j -J-K ctr if 3nrHia will nfHUr great inducements to cash or. punctual buyers, visiting the city, will, save money by looinng at Y r . usually large u s, Strangers our stoct belore making their purcuaseseisew iierc. 0M june-23 " o 20. Public Square. WANTED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for Bv --Hi 1 jits ' SHH by; telegraph. TELEGRAPHED FOll THE UKIOjr AND AMEItlCAN. t akriyal of -Zttzmma steamship.: Vi a ara. ' - NkvV- YORKJ AugUStiif. The ; steamship Niagara- lias arrived at Halifax w;ith-dates to the 23d. ' " ' ' LivERpboL.-4-The Baltic's'.neAvs had a favrabls. effectdn the. Cotton market Busiiicss largepr" ces- nrm ami sales lare. nuoie iraao; nrgcppepu lative demaniTfiitr, and middling qualities improved -most, advajicc.1-10 to 1:8, S?lrs o'fftlie week.80,--500 bales. ... - 5-' .SAVAJWAn, August 5. Hardin cqunty alWieard frqm but five districts. Henry gaina212 votes over iast Governors election. ,. w r ' 3ugg, for Congress, runs a few votes ahead of Henry. k. . Broyles. Representative, -195 ahead of -Smith. Broyles (whig.) majority probably 225. WATxn cocirrr. ' v rWATNESBOR6', August o.--AU heard from but I three precincts. Henrys gam ovcrjjast governor Mciirnts, August 5.- The Vote f J7-Joljon 7301"; whig gain 32 For Cohgr&o Yerirer. 940,-Sts T.' -.C!A?. -nu. v.;.t.ti.?. or: Mciirnis, August u.lliC vote of Meinphis-staads 3 2. t- anton 780. i". Booth '(jvhig) 875, Dunlapfdrai.) I 77S; whig loss 12 votes, r" !kis Tor Floaler Lamb (dem,)9.10, (whig vote not given) ; whig loss 4G. " .t For Representative Partington (whig) 051, Holmes. (wlu'g) J833,..F!J1wlkesi, (dein.) -sC25,-"VVel-bourne (deiii, Ti5G. a ' At Paleis-li. .Ycrirer. "trained. 17 votes., - No other .precincts heard Troin. ' Cisci.NSATr, Aug. 5 Flour heldabove tlie -view of buyers; small salesat 4 jaa-t C0;tproVbiou dull; .bacon sides offered at C 1-2 without buyers r-whisky closed dull at 20 1-2 S-ngargood demarid "at4 1-2 'a5 1-4-; "chbese scarpe atnl.firia at 7 l-2a8 demand -exceeded supply. River fallmg slowly, weatlier hot , . ' (" New York, August 5. Per, Niagara. Fair. Or- leans V.OIIOU i; juuuuug ug- ui sixtuumn; jair-jto-bilcGj; -Middling CaOJ; Fair Upland GJ: Middling GaGJ? , '. ' ... It is -reported that the condition of of the Empress requires a postponement of the contemplated trip to -the Pyrannes, - ' ' The-Paris pres3 consider that the Eastera ques tion is definitely settled. Two iundred.. persons have been arrested charged with being concerned in the' repent conspiracj against the Emperor hTe at tlie opera. The Russian Chancellor is1 said'to have declared to the French Ambassador that the Cz-y will welcome any -arrangement and only delay ia com pleting arrangement would be occasioned the iiec cessity of 'obtaining the consent of Austria, wliich is already on tlie"way. . -, . A rumor is circulated in Petersburg that the American Minister at Constantinople addressed a note to the pdrte announcing that tlie United States wouldsupport Turkish integrity. Henceforth claims a voice in affairs of Europe. Constantinople dates to July 11th. " Conciliatory note issued by Reschta Pacha, calculated to bring negotiations with Russia to conclusion. ' English fleets still ia Bisica bay. ... 'A correspondent says tlie conduct of "Captain Stringham, commander of ship St Louis, ' in the Cosla affair at Smyrna, has excited indescribable indignation oTall consuls and well disposed popu lation ofSinyrna. Also said Australian brig-of- war continually hoyeringaround Corsette, and'Am- encau steamer expected to arrive at bmyrna soon, bcing-evident that Stringham represents the feel ings of the American nation. Visits made to cor resDOndents of London Times hv nolica. Yienua Several arrests made. Austrian ;cabf net received a tclecrranhic desnatch from Berlin stating that the Czar actually accepted proposal of fered by France and England. The report caused considerable improvement in funds. Seven cart loads of Hungarian prisoners were ta ken into Pruth; offence not known. The bey of Tunis prohibited exportation of breadstuffs from -Barbary states ia coasequence of appreheaded defi ciency of crops. The Czar accepted the terms pro posed by trrance consequently markets brisk. iL G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT TRIUMPHANT 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 alQictiou that could be alleviated by an external remedy. Its superiority over aU other Linl- meuisis proven uy meiuiracuiouscunss u penonns, anu uy the great and conetantly increasing demand. There has been sold within the past year more than THREE MIL LIONS OF BOOTLES, and there can be but few persons found who do not bestow 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 fnrall nervous diseases, as this wonderful curative. Whea applied, it instantaneously diffuses itself through the whole system, soothing the irritated nerves, allaying the most in tense pains, and creating a most delightful sensation. Real the following remarkable cure, which can be attested to br imndieds who were luiiy acquainted witu luewnole circuit stance. CHRONIC ENLARGEMENT OF THE TONSILS. My daughter, when six months old. was taken with a Swelling in the tonsils, which grew larger ana larger, till when si I years old she had great dilflciiltyin swallowing her food. Every night watch was kept, fearing she would suf focate. 1 he best doctors attended her but could give do re lief. I took her to tbe most eminent doctors in the East; : 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 Uiat the tonsils must be cut off, as the only uieaiiS of pringrelief. My wife would not consent to this, and she determined to try your Liniment, which gave relief the very -first application, -and by a continued use she entirely re "covered. She' is nowjen years old and fleshy and healthy as could be desired. Your Liniment is also the best in use for sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, headaehe, etc., and it will re move tlie most severe pains in a few minutes. It also cured caked minder in my cow in a few davs. l'eoria(March2uui,lSi!- " GEORGE FORD. Look out for CourtferfeiUl The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, which has lately madeits appearance, called W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter- feits, because his having the name of Farrell. mmy will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by U. G. Farrell, sole inrentor aud proprietor, and wholtt sale druggist. No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must ie addressed. Be sure you get it with the letters H. G. before Farrell's, thus H. O. FARRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits. Soldby CARTW RIGHT A ARMSTRONG, and by regular authorized agents throughout tho United States. Price 25 and 60 cents, and fl per bottle. AGENTS WANTED ia sTery; town, village and haniletin the United States, in which one is not already established. Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re feiree as to character, respectfully. Ac dAw LYONS & CO. Imjiorters and Stakrt in Havana Cisars, Tobacco, and all hinds-of Foreign AViiies, Liquors, &c. Ko. 19, Cedar Street, AathnHe, Tennttsee. CURRY & MARTIN, -CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS, Xo. 2.", Union Street, KatlttUle, Tenn. ARE now opening a large and fresh supply of Chemi cals, Medicines, Drugs, Paints, Oils, Fancy Articles, Surgical Instruments, Ac, Ac, to which they invite tlie at tention of their friends and easterners. SELECT POWDERS OF HASKELL, MER RICK AND BULL. A full and fresh assortment just received and offered to the profession at unusually low rates. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. To our assort ment, always complete, we have added recently Leilanand's Porte Caustique; CbamieieVFlexible Metallic Bougies; " Speculums; Catlin's Amputating Knives; Hair-Lip Pins; Hodge's ObStetricallnstniments separate or in complete cases; . Trepanning Instruments separate or in cases; - Gum elastic Injecting Bags; Gum elastic Breast Pipes. AU of which will be sold at ex tremely low rates. EAST FOWIJERS. Two gross of Preston and Merrill's. With theje Powders tbe dough requires po standing, but is ready to bake as soon as mixed, il'o acute for Mad Mr (ad. PURE CORN STARCH. One gross of Clarke's manufacture, palatable, nourishing and healthy. .A great delicacy for all, and a choice diet for invalids and children. Just received and for sale low. OGLE'S 1LYPERIAN FLUID. A large lot of this vry valuable Hair Inyigorator, at Manufacturer!.' prices. TURNIP SEED.Detennined that ur friends should not he disappointed in their Turnip Seed this season, we have brought from the North a large and choice lot of Summer and Winter Seed, grown expressly for tbe Seed. We have the following varieties by the pound orpa per Large Globe Turnips; Early Flat Dutch (strap leaved); Yellow Flat do; Eailv Stone do; IDalesGrcen Hybrid do., very delicately flavored and ' much esteemed for table use; Rutabaga, or Swsedish do; Late Flat Dutch do. For sale lor by '. ' CURRY A MARTIN, augi No. 25, Union Street- DR. T.L. BRYAN respectfully oflers bis service to -the citizens of NashviUe in the practice of Medicine, and especially In the treatment of.Chronic-.Diseases.. Of fice on the corner of Union and Summer streets. jane 17, 1S53. - ' . - '" SDNDBIES, SQTCffiK'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEDLE PE8FEN- DICULAE ACTION SEWIKG MACniSEl -- Sicurtd '1y tioo Distinct Patents. rpllESE-extraordinary Machines, bare hid nnmewms di iL -plomas and medals awarded taihera. as tbe best Sew. InfMachines ever devised. They now form, one of thamrat -aifractlre. features of the Great Exhibition at thaCrjrstal I'alacs in New York. The proprietors having j-crfecfed their great manufactory In New York,-.are now able to produce tho Alachincs -at a ekeapcr rate,, and have determined to cive4he bc.teJitto tha public, by reducaig the price Jereafier" these unri Talled. Macb'uies wdl be sold at either of our regular offices for 8 lOO Cash, without Deduction or Discount. Of tlift admirable qualities of thesa Machines for all the workef the Clothier. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler, Cairiage Trimmer, Cap Maker, and Corset Maker, it is un necessary to speak. The character of the machines for lbesa brandies of Jjosuiess ia .established, and they are known aud admitted to be the most perlect instruments for tho pur pose ever devised. Tlie clear profit on each machine is from 8500 fo SIO'W a jeir, depending on the fineness and difficulty cf the work done. We desire to call the partioi lar attention of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to our ma chine for Uifcliing fine linen and cotton goods. We can satisfy any person interested that no other machine has ever done or can dothiskindofslitchingperfectly. Thepricoof the machine includes ine necessary aructes ior raui. When ordered they alp packed.complefc for immediate use, and fuU'prinled instnicti jtis f.ir using are furnished. i Either of iho Express Companies, or Merchants visiting ( the placen where our officesare located, afford a convenient -medium forpttrehasing-mech'uics. PrincitvU Office, No. 525 Broadway. N. f f f No. 251 Wasluiigtou St, B.Un. j No. S7 South 4th St. Philadelphia. Lkaxcu Ornci-s. 169 lliraore St., Baltimore, , I No. 197 Elm St, fJineinnatu i iulT30-Snt . - !' SISGKlt & C(K . UNIVERSITY OF NASH7TLLE HEDICAL DEPAET MENT. mlJE Third annual Course if Lectures in this Department 1 ... r.. i . i . , r V ......... 1.... ...... I l wiu comnieiiceon lucsiuijAi'o " v i-ivMv'y- and couti'nuB till the Erst of ihe cuning March i I'acl F. Eve, M.Jl, 1'rlncipiw auu rract.ee m urarj. . Joux M. Watson, M.B- .Obstelricsaud the Diseases of Women and Children. ,.,,,,. . I A. 11. HcchaxaX, Jl. U- surgical anu l aiuoiugicui .aui- ''" - id :rfi:. V iv- 150WUXG, M. V. JO&uiuies wmiii.i,nutjAsui- cino C. K. AVixsto.v, M.D, Material Mcdica and Medical Ju risprudence 1. 1LLUX 1. A1U1UUS, Jl. t .v - Tin. Anatomical rooms will he open for students, on the first Jlonday of October. . ... .. , r t .. . i ! i.A ......... I. A tall I reiiminnry cwrr vi juc im "j the Prcfesssora, commcne ing also on the first Monday ofOc tober. . . . .., Tho Students will nave tree access 10 jne oiaie unspiuu. Fee of each Professor 15. Matriculation ticket 3 ; Dis- secting ticket 410. Graduation fee 525. UOOU UWIU tan WJ iiu.ii. ix V - " . . S3 per week. Further information may be obtained by ad T': ...tv T M T.IN'nsrKY. 5L U. uressmir ic jkiu " j- -1 . - ViKhrilli.. .Tnlw SO wi'w. 3 wean. nrtitrttrtr 4TTT1 fniffl;T?'ffTVWV Tlie subscribers offer the followimr good and sufficient reasons why every famly in the South should use the Manufactured by thenvand called THE TENNESSEEAN: iii n:i,r Southern nuMiuCiehire. bciu? made by. the subscribers in the city of Nashville. 2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast three or four cast iron Stoves. Sd. It is more complete in us coo ting npppuw.uimi uj cast iron Store 4th. It is so dimple ia construction that a child can use 5th. Itseeonomycffuel is such that it does not nse half as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same she. 6th. bi the economy of lime it is important, as it can be heated ready for use in a few-minutes. 7th. Its uniform regularity, ascrery part of the stoTe is heated at the same time. - 8th. Its perfect reliabUity as we. have put up over tour hundred of them in this State, and no one has ever failed to zive entire satisUcuou. o.i u , two- w. jnlyll College st., Jiashville. MEMPHIS MEDICAL COLLEGE. THE regular Lectures of this College will commence on the 1st of November, and will continue four months. FACULTY. LEWIS SHANKS. M. D., Prof, of Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women'and Children. AYRE3 P.MERRILL, JL Professor of Materia Medics and Therapeutics. JOUNJ1ILLINGTON, M:D., Prof, of Chemistry and Tox- H.'v.'wOOTON.M. D., Professor of Prinjipleiand.Prac tice of Medicine CHARLES T. QUINTARD, M.D. Professors of Physiology and Pathology. HOWELL R. R0BARD3. M.D- Professor of Surgery. ARTHUR K. TAYLOR, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. UERSHELS. PORTER, M. D., Professor of atural Histo ry and Geology. DANIEL F. WRIGHT, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. Tlie fee for the entire Course is ?105, payable ia adraice. Matriculation fee $5; Graduating fee $25; Anatomy and Dis section $10, to be takeu once before graduating. Rooms open from the 1st October. A pi eliminary course oflectures free to all students, and the public, by each Professor on subjects connected with his department, which cannot be fully taught in tbe regular course will be delivered -dnring tbe month of October. CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given twice a week at the Memphis Hospital. A city Dispensary Cliniqua has also been established at the college at which operations are pei formed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon daily. The College possesses an ample Museum and complete Chemical and other apparatus. Students desiring further information, will address 1 rot. L. Shanks. M. D., Dearyor on arriving in the city, call on him at his office on Main street. jyl72w L. SHANKS. M. P.. Dean. WASHINGTON INSTITUTE. TnE next session of this popular Institution will com mence the first 3Ionday in September, and continue ten months with the exceotion of the Christmas holidays. The male Department will be as heretofore, under tho charge of C. W. Callender, A. JL, Principal, and Profewr of Ancient and Sfodern Languages, and Pure and Jlixed Mathematics. Prof. Thomas P. Hatch, A. B, will have charge ot the Scientific aud English Departments. The Institute is pleasantly iituated on the JIurfreesboro Turnpike, fire miles from Nashville. The Geological and J(incraloncal cabinet is very large; which, with an exteo. sive and beautiful collection cf Botanical specimens, and an excellent Philcophical and Chemical apparatus, affords pe culiar advantages to Students in the Scientific Department. Expenses per term often Months. Tuition in Classical, Mathematical and Scientific Department, -English Department, ..... French or German, (extra) -t -1 . ir. ------ $32 00 2)00 100 2-00 uiuiueub i ictt, - . Board perweek (i prieatefamilirs) including w ashing. Fuel and Lights $1 75 to ?2 50. For further particulars, address C. W. Callender. A. 31, Nashville Tenm N.BROWN. July 17 '53 2m. Chhtmian of Trustees. TENNESSEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE. aiuurnEESDORO,' ttxv. THE next term or the Tennessee Baptist Female Institute wiU commence on Jlonday.Scpt 12, 1S5S. The teachers, recently of the Nashville Female Institute, will make erery effort to secure to those entrusted to their charge, a thorough and judicious education and would bo pleaded to receive the patronage of their former friends. Information may beootained of Rev. JOS. II. EATON. D. I), Pres't Board Trust .-, JAS. F. FLETCHER, Esq., Secretary, july26 Smeod or of the Teachers. NOTICE. T THEfollowing list of articles iu our warehouse, which have been in Store from 1 to 10 years, if not called for in 60 days will be sold at Auction for charges, viz: ' - 2 boxes Jackson & Walker; . - - t 1 " A Harwood; 1 - JI W Sloan; 1 " Delworth, Taylor A Co; 100 " Montagues Balm, for teeth; -.1 " F Johnston; 2 " T M Owen; ' 2 " Graves A Venable; C " A Wilson; , ,i ' 1 package, R Jforrisson; 1 small box, D JI. Taylor; . . . 1 do do Jno Nathans; - -; 4 trunks, no mark; 1 Plough do; 1 Basket Waggon do; f , , 1 Cupboard do; .' : . ' lBox do; 1 Hat Stand do; 1 Lot Cast Steel do; 1 " Gas Pipes do; july!9 lm JOHNSON A SMITH. NEW FLOUR. 100 barrels new Wheat Flour jut received aud for sale by . . Jul 23 b J0UNS0NA HORNE. "TUM3IERTIES AND CILAVATS. We are now ki selling our Summer Ties and Cravats at red need prices Tfuly so" MYERS A JlcGILL. SUGAR AND MOLAS'SES. 150 hhds LouUianl Sugar, all grades, 24 hhds Hin Hall Sugar; 100 bbls Louisiana Syrup; 100 half bbls " do; 100 bbls Plantation Molasse3; -,,.. For sale by W. H. G0RD01 AILST 200 kegs Shoenberger's celebrated Nails. For sale by - A. II GORDON A CO. mOB ACCO. 100 boxes keen a Bright tobacco; X' 50 boxes Stubbleheld s Coal Cured do; 2' Gold Lcaf do; do; do; do; 100 150 100 100 " No.l Preton's A .nl.l A TIenrv's keir Virginia (rarious grades) do. Wfn. GORDON A CO. For sale by O JGARS. 10 cases Sackapoleou Gen. Regalia Cigars; 10 La National " do Co; 10 " Las Tres JIaneas do do; 10 " Wandering Jew " do do; on " Principe and Panatflla do; For sale by W.H. GORDON ACQ. 1SlTOUR. 500 bbls Galleso Jlills Flour; i 200 Montgomery" do T-orsalebv W. IL GORDON CO. STAR july 2 XARCH. 200 boxes Pearl Starch. For Sale bv WII GORDON A CO. w 11 u 'A boxes Fancy Soap; Si:j. u,. vol nron- 1 on bxs Winter Taflow Can- dW2lb0le3 CummerTjlW fcuDONA C0 USAXAJIADABAEWS Kobert T. ronrin, 31. V, uenerai aau opeciai Annum-;. J. Bcbiukx Likdslkt. M. 1) Chemistry and Pharmacy. i- m 1 ...., . T 1 TlMirtnjttsitnpnl Anntiimr. AUCTION SALES- LARGE ATJCTI9N SALE or BUY !KOO0SS r a. jrt m?oJxt Taaibiy flaI Widaosiay, August 1G and. 17, 1353, 7h claie out the Stxi of Summer tfoxk wUhmtriiem. IWTMl-sell on TOES DAY, and WEDNESDAY. Aninist lfllhand nth', 1 Slavery large stoctbf ST APLE and FANCY DltY GOODS, received by late arrivals, I invite the attention of the- tradcand merchants general Ir trtthiSsale, as the Slock U nev and etnbraces-lhe richest s'tvlest LADIES DUESS GOODS, and OENTI JEM ESS WEAK,, all of Terv soperior quality direct from the. Facto riosift ihUnitcvlSuies, aud great variety ol French, Brit xAi, Italian, and German importqtionii, upon consignment, and urdored to be closed. The stocic til be.tol J embraces a Urge line of French, Bel gian and Kng'Wi Clotlis and Cassimers, black am! colored Satins, black S'dk.1 rf all width., Fancy Drcsa Silks, French I jwns and Muslins, Borage, Berage de Laines, Cut Be rage, Satin Siripeildo, Doited Swiss, Tarlefons, Swiss Moslins, Nainsook do. Book do, Jaconet Cambrics, white and culored Cambrics. India Lawns, India Twills, Siss Inserting and Edging, jlacoret do, wide Silk and Thread Laces and Ede ingvBomietltibbons. 5vii in and Silk Jfaotiia Ribbons of all widths, Gloves and Hosiery, Silk and Thread; green ami blue Derag Linen Hdkf,'Fans, Black and Fancv Silk Cra Tats, Marass di. ltleaclied Muslins and Drillings; Brown Miulinaiid Drillmgs, Coltimadea; Barfps and Urown Lin- en;"t!ancyITiiit.MJlack, Canary, Green, ItubyandFi nmi- .u.c . .....n, iww ana intKey Keu n-ints,anil large stock -of TnmnriDgs. A large'Stock of Linen verr and WITH iho CASES of BOOTS and SHOES, HATS ami CAl'IN Bonnets of all qualities, consTsiing of Gimp. Straw and Lesrhora, of liew style. l'hc stock is very large, weir assorted,' and will boold frerlv- " I3r J.111ERJLL. AN1XJ." DUNCAN. FUTOEK SALES.-iaS5. ;Sc;L IStlCHthaad Ulh I Oct. lttb,121h and ISth. Non ir.th; 10th and 17th. f DeclSth, Hthsud JSih. jiilyi'Q - - A. J. I). PUBLIC SALE- OF GROCERIES. ON WEDNESDAY. 10th Angu 1853, ws will oBerat Public Sale to the highest bidden . ' ' -- IW Hogsheads Louisiana Sugarj-all grades, 2 JO packages Mol.isses and Syrup; -00 boxes JlanuCtclured-ToDaccof-'- 0,01)0 RegalTa and Principe Cigars, all grades; SOOkegsSnoenbergerNailsviiH sixem -2iW boxes 8X10, K0C12, and 12X13 Window Glass; 100 bblsGreeuStoebentiUe Copperas; --v 100 boxes SnmmerTalltmr Candles; - - 100 " Palm Soap; 5) " Fancv do; 0 packages,lmperial and Cuopowder,Tcas; 23 bbls Mason's challenger .Blacking;- f 50 casks England Soda; With various other articles. Hie goods will be put up in our usual quantities, jwitb liberal privileges. " Tkejis or Saw- AH sums underS200, Cash. All sums overj'200, four moutlis fbrapprored endorsed notes' paya ble in one of tlie city Banks; iulvl9-td W. H.GORDON A CO. TENTH SPRING SALE Of Dry Goods, Bsotj, Shoes, Hats. Capi, Sirdwareete. " RYJOSEPITF. DUXTOX. ON WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, August the 10tli and 11th. Mystock at this sale trill be found to embrace a Kreater variety than ever before offered at Auction; OHisisting- id part as follows : Black, Brown an'd. Blue CIolh, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, BUck and Fancy Satiinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Drap D'Etes, leens Cloths, Cottonades, Check and Fancy Linings, Plain and Figured Dres Silks, Satin d'Chcnei, Alpacas, Silk Figuredand Plain Bjrege, Alborines Grenadines, SoliU Colored Bareges, Printeifand Painted Jaconets Embroider ed Lawns, llarred Jtuslins, Jaconets, Swiss Mull Jluslinn, French aud American Ginghams, Barege d'Laines, Chintz, d'Lnints, British and American Lawns, Bayadere Dresses, British I nd American Prints, Plain and Figured batics, ii I cured Silt Velvets aud Embroidered Vesting. Napkins. , V. . . ... . . rt r . - tT i l I ljinen laisire, nieacuca ana arovm Liomesura, uieatucu iau Brown DrilUngs. 6-1- 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 JlantilUx, Bonnet Silks, Linen and Cotton Threads. Tins, Needles, IJooSS andfiyes, lapes, com us, rocnei ana laoie Cutlery, Thimbles, Guns, Pistols,. Fiddles, Silk, Angola Wool and Palm Hats, Bonnets, Boots, Shoes, etc, etc FUTURE SALES. Aug. 24 ar.di" Oct. 5 and 619 and 20 Sept.6,7andS 20,21 and ?2 Nov.S and 1023 and 2t Dec 7 and 8 2 1 and 23 I Sale every Thursday evening through the year. Qui v 13. J. F. D. C. FOX, Auctioneer. jnly23 td. FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCT0N- SN SATURDAY, the 20th day of Aogust, 1653, at tha Court-house door in tlie city of Nashville. I will sell at lie auction the following 1JIPROVED AND UNIM PROVED LOTS in the city ot Nashville. 1st. The house and lot fronting 20 feet on Front street, (one door from the Public Square.) and running back to low water mark, the old re'idence of the late SV1) Stout, at nrovnt ormnipil hr Mrs Todd as a boanlinir house. Sd. The three story brick house adjoining the above lot and fronting 20 feet 1 inch, and running back to low water mark. 3d. The house and lot on the west side of Water street near the comer of Bridge street lrooting 22 feet 3 inches and run ning back 75 feet. 4th. The lot-on Spruce street fronting feet and running back feet. 5th. The lot on Crawford street fronting 50 feet and run ning back 200 feet. ALSO 6th. Tbe lot on Charlotte pike on Cedar street extended, fronting 47 feet and running back 243 feef C inches, this lot is near the State Quarry and ia a beautiful lot to improve Teems: Credit of land 2 years note with approved en dorsers, payable in Bank with a lien retained until the pur chase money is payed. IRA A STOUT. Attorney in fact for tho widow and heirs 3 oCSVB Stout. N. B Any one wishing to buy before the day of sale can .do so by calling on the undersigned. aayi td b r I. A. STOUT. FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated on the Gallatin Turnpike, S miles from Nashville, containing about 73 acres, on which the subscriber now re sides. The dwelling, which has recently been erected, is of the be-it materials and style, and upon a convenient plan, embracing nine rooms and several halls, with all ne cessary out bnilding3. The soU is very productive. The water is cool and pure, flowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds of bearing fruit trees of excelientquality. In point of health and iociety, the neighborhood is un surpassed. The tract is susceptible of being divided into three lots, each having a beautiful building site, with inn ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession can be had at anytime. A. H. FORD. For further particulars, apply to LIND3LEY A CROCKETT, jn!v27 2awtf tw Agents, College street. I70R SALE. A Farm containing 93 acres of land. . ayi miles from Nashville, and near tbo Lebanon turn pike The improvements are a two-story framed house, with five rooms; two story porch in front and porch back; an excellent cellar; a good kitchen, servants room, and other out-houses. There are also on the premise it peach and apple orchard, cherry and other fruit trees, and two good springs. Tlie whole premises well enclosed with good fences, cross fences, Ac For terms apply to R. A. BALLO WE, julis Geul Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick st. SALE OF 5,000 ACRES OF LAND. BY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson county, rendered at the July term, 1853, in the case of Alelhea S. Wright. Adm'r vs R. J. Jleig'. next friend and oihers, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at tbe Court House in Nashville, on Saturday Uie 3d day of September next, a tract of Land.lying in thecountyofHick mau and State of Tennessee, on the wafers of Mill Creek and Lick Creek, containing by estimation 5,000 acres. july20-trd F. R. CHEATIUJI. ClTc TEXAS LANDS. We have 15,000 Acres Of Land, i Irinjrin various- portions of Texas, which will be ."old I Hji ; or CACiidiiru in jKi." ...... .-, ....... . thre-: fine Carriages, good Brood Jlares, Ac Tlie tiUes are good. The patents can besecn bycallingatouroffice. Tha landisallot excellent quality, consisting of timber ami prairie. .... ALSO. COO Acres of first rate Cotton Land, Ijingon Cumberland river, in the neighborhood of the Hermi'igc It is all undera good fence and in ahigh state r cultivation. It is susceptible of being divided into four or five small tracts, with pleasant buildirg site on each, and weU watered withneverfailmgSprtr.gs. 0 LOVER A BOYD, Agenfs. july so No 5n. Cherry Street. TVTJU.'lIO MAN'FO'R SALE. On the 1st Saturday iN in Angust next, we will sell for cash (without reserve) at the Court House door in Nahville, Tenn a man 22 years old the same sold b David Hughes to Williams A Hatch ings. julygi G LOVER A BOYD, Agents. LAND WARRANTS. We are buyingand paying tlie very highest prices for LAN I) WARRANTS. Per sons at a distance having warrant to sell by sending to ns by mail or otherwise may depend on getuns: the highest prices at which Uiey are selling at Uie time in Nashvilie and the cash remitted or paid to order. ,-,ilV2l DYER PEARL A CO. i 1 I :.. 1 T, .fin. .l.i-V Slallion two or 1 SAM. WILLIA3IS has become interested in our business which will still be conducted under tbe style and firm of (julyl3j JOHNSON. HORN A CO- A' DWELLING HOUSE WANTED If in situation aud price we wiU make the payment sat isfactory. Enquire at our office ..- r rr juue2S-3wJ PHAPipjLC? 7 "lOFFEE FOR FAMILY" USE.-40 bags real old J Government Java Coffee; IX-aSS5-.!. African; now landing .(..mrft R W lllll. I Or 1U ''J" 19 Terv tiicao ui DAVIS ASWANN. jan!5 yevirnii VlVRNS Anppiy oi io.s oa-,dw,iuv. J 809 -Sycamore ;SS f ,"wlr vT ch- npll -That very desirable Famiiy lies- Mi-iM1 nf Wnririrr nnil Snnwft fttrMU. OCCuDicu wy -- - ' w"o room with all necessary out-houses. The lot fronts 120 rpi on Snrintr st- and runs back 170 feet to an alley. Ap SVio july 27 GLOVER A BOYD. TSTHAY HU3IPUUEYS COU.NTVTaken up by Jly Allen Box, living in Humphreys Connty, District No. A on the left side. No otlier marks discovered; supposed . .. i . . r a .1.11.-9 I. I to be tnree years oia. Appiweu w .uiii-uic uu,,.,. Daniel Jackson and W E 1) Carter, the 5th July. 1853. W WHITE, Banger aug3 Stw for said County. SS. AYlLliLVMS Agent for John WUliams, New , Orleans, wUl make liberal cash advances on produce toTsbipmeat. vljli AtiSOELLANEQUS; TSE NASHVILLE MANfl'ACnrSINS CSJSHStt. f pHIS establishment Is now proTided( with Machic&gan J- Tsdi, complete, of themoaJ modeia- conslraetiooj als with the best Mechanical skill thatthe country affjrds, aod jcctrully solicit orders. They are prepared to exscaw m t' rB-KOinMACniNERY. J SucIasoj!wiJj forPaSseHger and Freight Trsipi Passenger, Freight and Repair ciVj compktcd. and almof. every descnptiou of work appertaininu Kail Boads. STEAM ESGJXi?t. Boat and staliony from 3 to ioy horse-power-wUh. boilers of thebt Tennevtee Iron. 'K SAW MILLS. Machinery complete for fitting tip Sash or Cirenlar Sat, complete, with the newest and most approTed tnods-L . GRIST MILLS. iujae and Machinery made for all sizes, complete: to gether with Machinery for Sugar MflUand Cotton (ihii al so MachiOery for Blast Furnaces, embracing Cat Inn- C. tidtrs tor blast, Ac ROLLING MILLS. Engines, Cast Iron-Rollers, and all machinery for Coll ing Mil a complete made at shortest cotire. BRASS AND IKON CASTING. Of any description, with shafliojr, mill gearing, watir wheels, cast iron lUntvanlts, Ac, Ac, made to order. Address Join Tuojirsox, Agout, who Uapnctidl ma chenist) or the undersiirned. JOHN B. JOfiNoON. jnn2l ly b. I'resicfcur PERFUMERY. Tn'TllOZ.-Fiench, German. and American Couxisr, Lar I enuer ana uiwie r i.er kU.,9, .h-sC'l'i IA )Q7.tuFrKCkeifl Aaxrican EXTIi lCiy,for lU ti liindtertMff, mtnv nrr Hrtu.-1-K HAIR TONICS, AC. TDjpreserve the Hair nd improve it crowta, O -mehm Kompkort, Piter' (Jbnponiul Ox il irrotc il l'ito comet, Jlutclafljt Enqli&k ilacauaar and Iioavl's A attune Oils, 2Jzin' lihly purified BtdS OSt, anriJ, Oleo UssnToniquevAc, To beautify tbe Hair, and prevent its falling oS! Quoin olU Fluid, Eau Lustrale Odorant, Jenny Lind Wtfiw, Balm of Columbia, Tricoo-jph. Rose and Kiciulne Hair Oih. llair Creamt anil Tonic, Iioussel's and Indian Ikur J!, DepiUal ary Powder, Ac IMPROVES THE COMlXEXION MDOZ. ROasscU'K Cosmetio Cream. Kouun Kah'dor AniaodiDe. i'tiWi Enqfuh Kdidor Cliines Alt basterand Jleenfiin, French and Spanish Lilly White, Per' famed Ci-itt Ball, Powder Putts and Toilet Powder, Vineagre, and Theatre Rouge, Russelra Lip rlalvc ia China boxes. Ac PRESERVES THE TEETH. Cff D0Z. Baz'm't Odonhnt TidkPutt, fhl.irfne Detfr OU gent Charcoal Paste for the Teeth anitCcnu. Chlo rine Tooth Wash, Ronssel's Siirwor Toh Powder, Ai. SHAVING & TOILET SOAPS. Ctf( DOZ. BOUSSEL'S Ska.? fV.. . mjonwirr, JjD) Almond, Rose, Ambrosial sha-lng iVin-pOundSi Jlilitarv, Itound and Square; Enytitn 1 W . Barbers'a PainU-d, and Palnv Soaps. 85 dozen Taylor's, Conner's and Husling's Transparent, Red and Whitewash Balls, Rose, Monumental, Poneioe, Floating, Almond, Oyal, Yegeteble, CbrjsfalliOf. Chinese. Amanda, A roe re, Pernvr, Jasmin, San Angela- nd Violet and Fancv Soaps. DflA TLBS. RouselTs Barters Soorc JjJJ 50 boxes Rose and Wipdsor ups. Rpceiyed and ofr sale cheap by T. WSXL8,. At thirMaa and Morter on Market, oppauie Union strec, NashviHe. KIJltHFACIENiVS. 46 DOZ. Pain Killing; Arabian, ami Mustiuj L-nijnent; and Liquid Opodeldoc Received by T WELLS. PASTE CLACKING. G ROSS Miton'i lest fruh Od Piute St i '. Re- ceived by T. WELLS. PIVR TEAJt. &C. 20 400 LB3.. Fresh Imperiat, Yohaj Ifyfit. Bl-.ek and Gunpotcdur Ta, in Metolic paeks. Bsvted by WOOD BOX MATCH BS. f GROSS Patridge'a best Frictlon'Matelies. Beceiv DUU edby T.WELLS. PAINTS, OILS, vvO. 350 KEGS.FmA WhiuLeta ; 1 lirrol Wnrrs Dcxak. V AKNtSH : 1 do Black SelPDrvin? Vanwh, 15 barrels Linseed OiU"v 10 do Spts. Turpentine 200 LlRiChina. White; 500 lhs Ground Iumic Stone; -275 " Cromegreeae J60 " " Paints assorted, 50 patent dryer, itecotfsa oy rjulylO T. WtLLS INDIGO, MxVDDlIK, tiC. tf LBS. Spanish Indigo; OO U 1510 pounds Fresh Dutch JIadtlev; 21) barrels Chipped Ltymsd, IMfc, Nicaragua Cam Wood, Ac 410 lbs. Extract of Logwoodr 290 Blue V.trel-. 875 " OilVftrol-. Received and fur sale at the lowest prior br 1. W2.lh At the Jfan and Jloriar, Market Atwet, Nqrhvil.'a. -Tjlass and putty". 7 QOrr BOXES best WmdowGfcus-u-wertedsae; O D 2460 lbs Puttv; Received by . T- Q UIN1NE Ho oz. Received by T. WKLLS. OLD Leaf and Fod of the best quality. VJT Received by T. WELLS. T TEDIC1NE ChesU and Electric MaetHBea, Jfr 'xat Std 1M dU, gaie hp and IhnefMu. .,, Received and for sale by ' zL TTAHOGANY and Oak Veneers, 5W feet received by jJ T. WSLLS. julylO 6w twAiv. Market street Nashr:Ue. JOliNIC.HU.il IT, No. 57, College Street HAS this day received, by Express, from New York ; Beautiful new. style Collars; Emb'cl Un Jersleerr: " Black Uce Jntl-; HairCtothSkirts: Lace Jlantles-anil Points; JlantleSilks. ALSO On hand, Barege, cheap Muslins, Leanbful Sdks : also, a beautiful selection of Chinese, Hpsoish and Parsfan Fans, and a general assortment of Dn Oooda of every de scription, all of whichwiU be ld at extreme W pr.ces. I""OR ' iENTLEMEN. John K. Hiuiie has )UTrc- ceived an excellent supply i-t thuw? Shonld.j- Seam Patent Shirts, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Crarais; ulst. Lisle Silk and Kid Gloves, Cloths Cassimere, Vesting. Ac jun2S JOHN K.HUME. No. K College at. MUSLINS, LaSvKS, BAREGES JOHN K. HUME has in stole an-exceUent assort ment pf Muslins, LawiiH and Dress Good?, gen erally, which will be sold remarkably low. As bw policy Is never to carry over Goods from one season to anoti4r, of course, extra bargains may be expected. A few Law u and Jluslins left, at lealg cts peryard. JuneS DRY GOODS. As the scasoU U far advanced, and being desirous of reducing as much n r,ract'caWe, my stock of Summ ;r Goods, 1 will offer goods of every de scription at prices verr much reduced. The tidies may ex pect barcains. undwill find it to their interesf to call at an early day. R. C. MeXAlftY, jnlrt College street. SHOULDER SEAM PATENT SHIRTS. JOHN K. HUME hasthkdav received another fresh supply of those jusUy celebrated Patent Siirts. Also, a new supply of Shirt Collars, Cravats, Ties. Stocks, Ac Also,Gent' Kid, Lisle, Thread and Silk Gloves Half Hose, of every description, Alscs Gent's onder-wear Shirts, Drawers. Ac juneS J G. & C. ROBERTSON, Broad Street, 3 deort fntn-ilnrttt. THE Subscribers respectfully inftirm tbe public that ther have removed three doors from their M i-anJ,nd now have cm hand a general assortment f ffecoi-cery. Sugar Ornaments, consisting of Cakes, Candies, Acts ana Fruits of every variety. Musical IBstruwe Toys of every description. Fishing Tackle, Sod tt uter, Mead and AlThe7r"camUe;wiIl be rix&2t$ manufactured in tbecity.and wiUbesohl AVTiolesaleatPiK -ffi from Uie country carefully put up. and with fis- patch- . IGARS A NEW ARRIVAL. lf..KioIaDivali. t 1 nou La JosepMne; for sale on Broadway at JM,J" - , r . . a - -- .-- - J"OR THE LA DIES. Silk Tireue, Plain and i-m. broidered, can be bought cheap atthe Philadelphia Stbre June7 S0HN A HILLJJ.VN BERAGES. A great variety of Figured and Plain I razes are offered at reduced prices at 'he Fhdadol phiaStoret june7 SOij-f A HILLMAN. M USLINS and Jaconets lor Dresses, ut evei-v descrip tion can be obtained very cheap at the PhiUdeMua Store june7 SOHN i HiLIALN. B ONNFTS"at very low prices are now offered at the Philadelphia Store jnne7 SOHN A HILLMAN. MAKE YOUR OWN PItE-SEItVES.-Jnt re ceived a smalllotof fine Sugar, suitable for Piwerv. mg purposes. JoneW N0. aRAHAM II HEAD Graham Bread for disjvep tics, can be had every other da? at y yrxON"!. my 4 J OWDERTennessee Rifle, in qnarter. hsll aad whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, m kejr and barrels. A full suppf of the above description of Powder, war. nntl eauil 'i 'tar in Uie market, ahvavs 00 band aa for Si i by July" CHEATHAJI. WATSON A CO. PHTKXED LINENS! PRINTED LINENS'; At So. If, Unto p- btreet. JTJST received (direct importation ) one Case Linen Drcsa Goods, containing a great variety of Styles and paU ternsTwhich will be wld 25 percent less tbui the nsnal Price Also, a variety of dress Goods conwstingorBer!, Lawns and JIuslins. for styles and prices, are -onsaaiega ti, bv any in Uie market. Gimps, Fringes and Tn all kinds constantly on "hand. Tbe attention is particularly requester m gg;"'