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is f 'Mr I I' ft 3$ w CTFV.Il. Tfalmcr.lhe Acfwioa)rJ;Ven-pil-e- Agent, 1st nts oxlt AirrnoBieED Age-it for thij paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia;' and is dulyempows" ored io take advertisements and subscriptions altfie rates as Cl-ottnut utrect.O IS?C. 31. Cniroll, is our authorised agculfor the city oflfemphis. lie can be found at the P.O. in that city. . ST"l'arvin A: Monroe. General Newspa-ier Agents' Ko. 86. Walnut street, are authorized sgenta for Uie Nash I Tille Union in CincinnatL Particular Notice No charges will be allowed against the "Union and American office' or tlie tirm unless authorized by speii.il ordcrfrom the firm. THUltSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 1, 1853 requireu uy us. in pwow w-ji ue re?arded aspayincnts. His office- are XiosTos, Scollay-a Building; Sr.w Yqex, Tribune-Building; PuiiAutu-iai. Ml W.cutuer Third and 2.. ,. . .EST The two attempts oflhe corporate authori--ties to indict its for creating a nuisance hare sig nally failed. In both cases the corporation has been . tlwvn into the costs. Both iniliclments, it is clear, . j nrcre tironfptcd by very improper feelings on the , part of the prosecutors, and if we were disposed to dp bo, we have ample crounds for arraijniing them s- -for nialictoiis persecution. We will let that pass, however, not wishing to push matters to extremes. "'Ve lfopo' tlie Mayor and his officers will learn a ; ' lesson from the result of this affair, and profit by it ev- in thefiitnre. When a citizen complains of a griev ' '"ince, lei lis oomplaint be attended to in Ihe pro- .t4.per spirit. .But let us have no more attempts on the part f tlie authorities to suppress the voice of tv complaint and intimidate the private citizen. .Such 'S-' lliintra wnn'f do in iliis fivsf rountrv J THE CAMPBELL MINSTRELS. . The advertisement of thisband appearsin t-day's paper. They perform at the Adelphi, for six nights, commcncing'on the 5th. Of course they will be greeted with full houses. The band is composedof men of the first talent in their line, and the people pCNashville have never failed to give tlitm a hearty welcome. The Campbell's arc now performing in Louisville to large and fashionable houses. Th? talent of the company is thus summed up by the Times: The troupe comprises twelve eminent musicians, of whom Joe Murphy, Luke West and Matt Peel formed the nucleus and main attraction of the orig inal "Campbell Minstrels," whose uniform respecta bility in private life and eminent talent and versa tility in their public exhibitions, made them always favorites wherever theystyoumed, and insured them a cordial reception. The tronpe has been strengthened by the addition of the Brothers Kendall, instrumentists of world .wide renown. The bugle of El ward Kendall must be heard, that the soft and delicious cadences, the rich trills, or the wild bravuras may have a living place in memory. Nor is his brother James K. Kendall a whit behind him upon the clarionet or the alt-horrr. The corps are thus enumerated, tfnd it will be seen that it is the strongest kind of a team, whose united efforts cannot fail to tfratelhe largest audiences. James K. Kendall, .clarionet and alt-Jiorn perform er, and musical director; Edward Kendall, theicorld renowned bugle player; Luke West. Vie talented and versatile performer; Matt Pee', Vie eccentric; Joseph Murphy, thepopidur ballad singer; II. E. Dickinson. Vie opheclide solo jierformei-; J. P. Graves, Vie distin guished violinist; T. Waddee, the Tyrolean warbler; C. C. Dickinson, the great harpist; S. Gardner, the Jhsso singer; J. Dyer and G. W. Meeker, consti tuting a band ottwelve performers, of decided talent and acknowledged merit. CHEAP DWELLING HOUSES. We were pleased to notice in yesterday's True 117 ig some very judicious observations upon the necessity of building in our city suitable dwelling houses for the accommodation of the families of mechanics, and others, who are not able to pay ex horbitant rents. Our capitalists who feel an interest in the future prosperity of Nashville should turn their attention to this matter. The True ltig very truly remarks that numbers of those who would make good and useful citizens are annually pre vented from settling here by the difficulty of pro curing small dwelling houses convenient to business Population the right kind of population i3 every thing to a city ambitious of entering the race ol progression. Without an increase in population, there can be no increase in wealth or commercial prosperity. Our moneyed men should bear this in mind, and instead of investing all their capital in large business houses and fine residences, Invest a portion of it for the benefit of those who compose the bone and sinew of a city, but who cannot afford to live in fine houses and pay high rents. Such in vestment mU pay xcell. It will paj- directly and it will pay indirectly. It will pay a fair profit, in the first place, and it will pay indirectly, by increasing the number of good and substantial citizens. If our capitalists are as shrewd as the capitalists in other cities, the)' will no longer neglect this impor tant matter. Let us have more small dwelling houses. We quote the concluding paragraph of our neigh bor's article : We throw out these suggestions in the hope that they will attract the attention of some enterprising capitalists. In our opinion the investment of rnone) in the building of suitable houses for the accommodation of such as cannot aflbrd to pay the high rents which are now charged, would not only be an act entitled to the public gratitude, but it would be one which would involve no sacrifice to the capitalists. There are no belter tenants than the class of comiminjty w0 fjre in want of these dwellings, and the)' could be constructed upon such a plan as would make them pay a handsome in terest on the investment. Wo hope to be able to chronicle the commencement of some movement in this direction belor winter sets in. MISS ELIZA LOGAN. We are pleased tosee this truly talented young American actress is reaping golden opinions fiom such discriminating audiences as usually visit the " Theatres at Boston, where they have not only fre quent opportunities of witnessing the best native dramatic talent that our country can produce, but arc daily called upon to passjudgment on those who have justly acquired fame from abroad. As our theatrical season isaboultoopen in Nash ville, under the veteran manager Jons Greene, we trust that in the selection of stars, for the ensuing season, he will not be unmindful that Miss Looan wjll nq", only be a great acquisition to his troupe, but will be greolod by all of her old admirers here, and tnaku hosts of new ottos. The Boston Daily Jke says: Boston Museum was crowded to suffocation last evening, by a very respectable audience. Miss Lo gan was excellent as the "Counters" in the play of Love." This young lady has performed to crowd ed houses all the week. We are pleased to note this evidence of her success in this city, for her tal ents will rank by the side of the best American ac tresses. Miss Iogau is a native of Cincinnati. IIelp the Firemen-. The ladies of Nashville nr. requested to attend an adjourned meeting of the firemen this evening at 4 o'clock, P. M., at Odd Eellqw's HalL The object of the meeting is to make arrangements for a supper to raige funds to assist in paying for a new engine purchased by the Deluge Fire Company. At a meeting last week, which was organized by ihe appointment of Mrs Born McN.uiiv, President; Mrs. I. M. Pouter, Treasurer; Mrs. A. W. Pctsam, Secretary, it was agreed to have a supper and apply the proceeds as above. We hope the ladies generally will attend The object is certainly a noble one, and deserves the warmest encouragement. 05" The attention of parents aud guardians is called to the advertisement of Prof. N. and N. Da vidson Cross. It. will be seen that their school opens to-day. These gentlemen have few supe riors a teachers. We would call the attention of the citizens of Nashville to the Card of Mr. Hess. Mr. II. is engaged in tlie Nashville Ladies College, and stands .at the head of his profession as a teacher. The Card of Prof. Zevallas niay be seen in this morning's paper. He is an accomplished scholar and gentleman. , - Boots akd Shoes. E. B.' GAnmnT advertizes an extensive assortment of Boots, Shoes kc See his t advertisement. - ()Sr See the advertisement of the MilIcnary Bazar. THE BEDFORD TEOMAN Me. Rc3s, of this good democrafic papers-is now in our city. He will remain here ibr several clays,, and during the time" will call upon; some .of our rnercliants on business connected with his pper. The Yeoman is published in a wealthy region of country which is connected with Nashville by rail road and we have no doubt it would be advanta geous to our rnercliants to make themselves known there. . x " Commcxicated TO WHAT AHE WE TENDING? Seems to l a question. (f some importance, and frequently asked. It will apply. to corporative bo dies as well as political. J-sawm your daily, a few days since, a notice to the proper .authorities of our city, of the existance of filth an'd dirt in a specified part of- the corporation, and calling upon them to remove the same; for which, I hare learned, you were yourselves, arraigned (through petty spleen) before his honor, the Recorder, for .an alleged nui sance. Now, if our city functionaries cannot bo reminded of their duty without "a manifest exhibi tion of spleen and malice, we'trtily live in strange limes. But, notwithstanding the danger we risk in thus giving notice to officers to do their duty, we shall be compelled to run tliat hazard, if the dead cats, and filth of all kinds, ,are not soon re moved from the alley between Mr. Oorry's and Mr. Edwin II. Ewiner's buildings which alley is very offensive to dwellers ne,ar aud passers by. A Sufferer. II. G. FAMIELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE. WHEREVER THAT GREAT MEDICINE called H.G. FAKRELL'rf CELEBRATED ARAHIAN LINIMENT, has been introduced, it ha performed the most extraordinary careann tlie annals of medical history every body who use it once becomes its wannest friend they nbt only keep it alivays m hand for tlie benefit of its timely nse in cases of emergency, but recommend il to alt their iriends. It has been before the public for nearly ten years, and et is daily developing new virtues; mauy diseases have been cured by it, for which the proprietor had never recommended il; its majrical virtues spreads through the land with the speed of lightning, and many, very many jwor invalids wliosup tx.ed their days ou this earth were fast drawing to a close, have leeu by a persevering use of thisinraluable Liniment HEALED, and now rejoice in the blessings of health, and the enjoyment of the beautiful world. Read this to believe, aud not to doubt. Inquire of your neighbors whom you know to hive used It, and they mil tell you that no medi cine ever discovered possesses the half cf its extraordinary healing powers. The rackingpains of rheumatism and neu ralgia yield in a few minutes to its powerfully anodyne prop erties." "Tlie lame are made to walk." Old sores, which have rendered the subject a loathsome thing to behold, are healed. Tlie weak and trembling, from deranged state of the nerves, by the use cf this Liniment, rejoice in the recov ery of thcir&micrhealth and strength. Many long stand ing affections of the liver, lungs and kidney 'have yielded to its use afier the various remedies had failed. It is very ellicacioin in curing the dUeases of horses and cattle, such as sweeny, sprains, bruises, swellings, cramps, lameness, dry shoulder, splint, etc., and if used in the beginning, nev er fails to stop tlie further progress of fistula, poll-evil, ring bone and spavin. Look out for CntHtrrfeilsf The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, whichlus lately made its appearance, called W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter feits, because his having the name of EarrelL many will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex ists, and they will pel haps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. He sure you get it with the teucre II. G. before Fairell's, thus H. G. FARRELL'S and his signature on the wrapper, allothers are counterfeits. Sold by CARTWRIGUT & ARMSTRONG, and by regular authorized agents throughout the United state). JS?" Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle. AGENTS WANTED ia STery town, village and hamletin he United States, in which one is not already established. Address H. G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re lereucs as to character, responsibility, Ac septl diitf FOR MAYOR. We are authorized to announce Hoses Sikglltos as candidate lor Mayor, at the ensuing election. JSf" I am in the field again for "the high and responsi ble office of Mayor." I am opposed to raising the salary of the Mayor from S500 to 1000. I am opposed to giving Aldermen 2 a sitting aud roast beef. I think these "city fathers" ought to be content with the honor of office, espe cially as we are taxed enough already. I am in favor of the Mayor giving his salary to the poor, and if I am elected I will educate every poor man's child in the city. "1 have no enemies to reward nor friends to punish," and if elected will serve all "theuorld and the rest of mankind." M. SlXGLETOX. 3f" We are authorized toannounce Jou.vll. Sloan and W. A. Glenn as candidates for re-election as Aldermen in the 2d ward. JJgfWe are authorized to announce Das Teigo as a can dictate for Mayor at the ensuing election. j57"VVc are authorized toanuounceG. M. Fogg as a can didate for Majorat the ensuing election. J5f" We aie authorized to announce W. H. Hoitx as cm didate for Mayor. FOR ALDERMAN. Z3T We are authorized to announce S. R. Sxell as a candidate for Alderman in the Fourth Ward at the ensuing election. k& We are authorized to announce Capt. Joitx Coltart as a candidate for Alderman in the first ward at the ensu ing election. We are authorized to announce the name of Bexj S. Wcllee as a candidate fur Alderman in the 3d Ward. ZSf We are authorized to announce James W. Felts as a candidate for Aide-man in the 4th Ward. ;-5T We are authorized toannounce R. IL Brown as a candidate for Alderman in the Fourth Ward. FOR SnERIFF. jrjsTWe are authorized to announce L. W. Fcsskl. as a candidate for re-election to the ofiice of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the next March election. Sf We are authorized to announce Jonx K. Edmoxdso.', a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county. ftf We are authorized to annouuee Exocij Cc.vxixgham, as a candidate fur Sheriff at the ensuing election. iTgrWeaie authorized to announce William Lutox, as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing election. rgfWe are autliorized to announce E. B. Bion-r as a candidate forsherit atthecnsuir-jjeleFtion. CLERK OF THE COpXTV COURT. IfWe are authorized to announce Josun Feseis as a candidate fr County Court Clerk at the ensuiug election. JjfWe are authorized to announce Felix B. Cheatham a candidate for re-election 1'urCouiily Court Clerkat theen. suing election. 2-5"-We arc authorized toannounce Isaac M. Jones acan diiijteforCounty Court Clerk, at the next March election, ron county trustee. We are authorized to announce Jonx Rains for re-election ai County Trustee at the ensuing election. We are authorized to announce Thomas Sumnkk as a candidate for Trustee of Davidson County. We are antlioi ize.1 to announce George Clakk as a candidate for Tnistec of Davidson, at the ilarth election. jgjr We are authorized to announce the name of W. K. IIunti.u as a candidate lor TiuMeelor Davidson county at the i est Maichjelection--. MARINE NEWS. ARRIVALS FOR CIIARLESTOS. "team s,hip O.-prey, Bennett, Philadelphia. Baicpie Sophia, ltoJgers, Philadelphia. VI' FOR CHARLESTON". Barrpie IIiriet Sc Maria, Elieins, at New York. Schr. Virginia GtilUths, Pluimner, at Boston. CLEARED FOR CHARLESTON", Brig Clinton, 'Walker; at New York. SAILED FOR CHARLESTON. Ship Sophie, Den ies, from Flushing Roads. Piecios.i, Page, IUicelona. Schr. Aurora, S. Travcrs, fiomNoifolk. CHARLESTON, Aug. 20. Arrived, bark Maria Morton, Francis, New Yoik. Went to te.i, balks Avola, Koddrick, Boston; Girard, O'Neal, a Northern port; biigMo.-es, Jarvis, New Yoik. CHARLESTON, Aug. an. Arrived, steamship Union, Adam, Sew Yuk; schr. V. Itarkelew, Kitlridge, Philadel phia. Cleaied, s'eam.-hip Marion, Foster, New York; brig J. W. Cuddeke. Crodius, lliemen; R. L. briir Atlantic, King, Philadelphia; M. L. schr. Maiylany, Fuxwell, Baltimore; M. L. f c lr. ileyward, McDoug.il,"llaltunore. THE OCEAN STHAJIKHS. Snilius Days to uiitl Irom the United States. FROM EUROPE. AFRICA, (Br.) Liverpool, JulvSo, for New "iork G RUMANIA. Bremen. August 1, for New ork HUMBOLDT. (Am.) Havie, Aug. 3, tor New 1 ork AMUtlCA, Ur.) Liverpool, Aug C, for Boston PACIFIC (Am ) Liverpool. Aug 10 for New York ARABIA. Jir.) Liverpool, Aug 18, for. New York 1IK11M NN, (Am. Soathampton, Aug 17, for. ..New York CANADA, (I5r. Liverpool, Aug i!0. for Boston ATLWTIC, (Ani.i Liverpool, Aug 2t, for Boston CITY OF MANCHESTER, (Br.) Liver poo'. AnjrSG, tor Philadelphia APIA. (I!r. i Liverp.il, August 27, for New ork IIADSA. Bremen, August z4, for , New York ANDES, (Br. I Lnci-pool, August 81, for Boston ARCTIC, vnO Luci-pool, Sept", for New Yoik WASHINGTON, i Am. j Southampton. Sept 14, for "ew Yo k 1 KIJU TIIK O.MTI.II STATUS. .Liiverpooi .Liverpool .Liveipool ....Havre -Liverpool m.i . , mi. .'en ii, . ti, mi., i.h.i-.vi AR 11IA. dir.) New Yoik, Sept 7, for Liverpool HERMANN. Am ) N York, Sept 10, for South'on - t - t T t 7 1 ..... Cnn4 Cnw I iriinvml HERMANN, Am ) N York, Sept 10, for S CANADA, (Br.) Boston, Sept 14, for Li' COLLINS. (Am.) New York, Aug 17, for Li' ASIA, (Nr.) New York, Sept 21. for Li' . Liverpool . Liiverpooi Sew Goods. JUST RECEIVED THIS DAY BT J. IJItOWNE, aicrchnnt Tailor, Xo. 4G, Cbtlrje Street, Xas'iritte. aug0 1m. ' " ' ' TV 1 NIAGARA, v '-1 ""-ton, Aug. U, tor ARCTIC, vAm N York, Aug 2c, for AFRICA, ( Itr.) New Ynrk, August 24, for HUMilOl.DT. ( Am.) New York, Aug. 27, for AM ERICA. (Br. i Boston. Aug 81, for S11 I !W t "V,.l- nt -l SPECIAL NOTICES. Tho Great Restorative Fever and Ague Cured byj)r. M-Xane's Xiver Pills. Mr. Jonathanllough man, o?Vfest4Jaion Park County,,.Illinoiswrite3 to the proprietors that he Had iufiired greatly Ifom a severe and protracted attack of Fever and Ague, and was completely restored to health, by the use of the Liver pills alone. These Pills unquestionably possess great tonic properties, and can bo taken with decided advantage for many diseases re quiring in-rigorating remedies; but the Liver Pills stand pre-eminent as a means of restoring a disorganized Liver to healthy action: hence the great celebrity they have attained., The numerous formidable diseases arising from a diseased Liver, which so long baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians in tho United States, are now rendered easy of cure, thanks to the study and perseverance of the distin guished physician whose name this great medicine bears a name which will descend to posterity as one deserving of gratitude. This invaluable medicine, slionld always be kept within reach; and on the appearance of the earliest symptoms of diseased Liver, it can ba safely and usefully adm:nistercd. If your children are troubled with worms, go at once and get some of that incomparable Vermifuge, which is for sale at all the principal Drug Stores in Nashville and vicinity. septl lw. It. It. II. Not used for all DKeases or Com plaints. The sick will pleare take notice, that R.-R. R. Remedies consists of three distinct preparations; it is not necessary to take more than one of the Remedies at the time. Tdey are made to act in-tantly upon the disease they are intended 1o remove. Each Remedy is intended for a certain class of complaints and diseases. Radway's Ready Relief is to stop pain instantly and to remove its causes speedily. Ifyou are afflicted with Cholera, with Cramps, Spasms, Chill Fever with Jlheumatism, Neural gia, Tooth-Ache with Diarriicra, Disintery Radway's Ready Relief will, the moment it is applied externally or taken internally, arrest the progress of the disease, allay the most violent irritations, and stop ihe most torturing pains. For Sick-IIeadaclic, R R Relief is the most speedy relief known. R. R. R. No. 2.-F0R BAD BLOOD, Rahway's Ruxovatixq Resolvent should be Used. In a few hours after taking a dose of this pleasant Reme dy, the patient feeliii worl-iny in ihe tytUm. It resolves a i ay from the solids all diseased deposits, makes the blood pure, rich, and healthy; cures Scrofula, Rickets, Humors, Cancers, Tumors, Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Syphillis, Ac No disease can remain in the system that is under the influence ofthe R Rltemedies. Price of Resolvent 1 00 per bottle. TO KEEP THE BOWELS REGULAR AND THE SYS TEM FREE FROM MORBID HUMORS. RR R No. S Rabwat's RunoLATons. Act upon the stomach, bowels, liver, kidneys, bladd.er, urethra, and skin. They regulate every organ -in the bo dy. No bickness at stomach, no griping, no weakness, or danger of taking cold, is experienced after the use ofthe Regulators. Their action upon the bowels is pleasant. They create a good appetite, and instil enn easy digestion; they cure Dyspeptic, Costiveness, Liver Complaint, Indi gestion, Billions Fevers, Fevers of all kinds, Diseases of the Urinary Organs. Price l. RADWAY & CO., 1C2, Fulton street, oppo site St, Paul's. tptl 5w. IMPORTANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS. DR. MORRIS having permanently located in Nashville, respectfully tenders his services to the suffering public. ScrofuU, Uktrs, Cancers, TMtr and Wing Worm, treated in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef fective, their use beingattended with no unpleasant conse quences whatever, requiring no restrictions or hindrance from ordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood that he has settled inyourmidst,notforthe purpose of hum bugging or imposing upon you, but to relieve those who may be suffering with diseases which are destroying by piece meal many ofyrrrdeserving and useful citizens. GRAVEL STRICTURES, and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under stood and successfully treated by Dr. M. To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing art, he would respectfully propose that they bring forward a case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they can conveniently fipd.) and pledge themselves to see that directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr. M, will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines as may be necessary, and in such quantities from time to time as the case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef fected, positively no fee will be received, and if no relief be (Itained from the we of 'tin medicine s, no charge whatever will le made for advice or medicines. The attention of masters and owners of servants is pai ticularly invited to the above. Those having servants af flicted with Scrnfalu, Gravel, stiffness or soreness ofthe limbs and joints, would find it to thoir advautage to consult Dr. M. His treatment is mild, and in no case will it be ne cessary to lose time while using medicines. Charges reasonable. Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG. All communications from persons at a distance, postpaid, in closing five dollars, will be promptly attended to. DR. W. H. MORRIS. Office over Mutual Protection Insurance OtHce, Cedarst., near Post Office. Nashville. Tenn. mayl'3 dJLwCm. Extraordinary Statement. The following state ment of the effects of B. A. Fahnes'ock's Vermifuge, from a respectable planter in Virgin'a, must convince every one of its virtues. Prixce Edwabd Co., Va. Messrs. B. A,. Fahnestoci 4" Co. Gents I feel it a duty that I owe to tlie public, to make known the following: A negro child belonging to me has been complaining for soine'tune loss of appetite, and frequently crying, sup posingthat worms was the caue, I gaveher in broken doses a part of a vial of B. A Fahnestoek's Vermifuge. In the evening the child's mother called on me to come and see it. To my great astonishment I saw a belt on the ground, of about two inches wide and some twelve feet long passed by the child,) which, on first glance, looked like a string ef hackled shucks. The servants were separating and count-ino-them. Suffice it to say, that the child pas4d, thai eve ning and night, upwards of FOUR HUNDRED WORMS! The child beJan to eat as soon as the medicine ceased to operate, and is now welL Yours, Ac, ' ' JAS. D. LIOON. Sold wholesale and retail by all the principal dn ggiits and country merchants throughout the United States. MEDICINES WHICH NEVER, FAIL TO GIVE SATIS FACTION, AND CAN BE BELTED ON FOR THE CTTRE QFTHE DISEASES FOR WHICH THEY ABE RECOMMENDED. DR. J. S. ROSE is an Honorary Memberof the Philadel phia Medical Society, aud graduated. inlS.0, from iht University of Pennsylvania, underthe guidance ofthe truly eminent Professors Physick, Ch ipuian, Gibson, Coxe, Jaines and Hare, names celebrated for meJical sc.ence and having had ilaiiy intercourse and consultation with those distinguished Phyi-ians, respecting diseases of all kinds, and the pioper remedies therefor, and being solicited by thousand of his patients to put up hi-. Pieparations, he now offers to tlie public, as the results of his exierieuce for the past thirty ears, the following valuable Family Medicines, each oue'sulted to a specific disease : DR. J. S. ROSE'S NERVOUS AND INVIGO RATING CORDIAL. Tae Greatest Discovery in Medical Science! Forall Nerv- Numbness.Neuralgia, Nervous TremoroftheMuscles, Heart burn, Flatulence, Pain in the Face, Wakefulness, Resile.-vS-ness, orfor the Mind or Body worn down by care, labor, or study, has induced many physicians to use it in their prac tice. For a weak constitution, it is a good restoier; it com plet'elv removes from the system all nervous irritations, and Is almost miraculous in it's rapid and happy efl'eet. The weak and the nervous are frequently restored to pel feet health before umhs; the bottle. Price fifiv cents. SAKSAI'AIMLLA HLOOD PURiriER. A valuable Spring Mediciuo for purifying the Blood is to be found in Dr. ROSE'S SARSAPARILL.V COMPOUND. This preparation is made ol fresh Honduras Sarsaparillp, and combined with otlieringredients, to render it the very best Blood PuriOerinade. As a Spring and Summer Medi cine, or Driuk, it is palatable, refreshing and medicinal; it is also efficacious in enriching the Blood, caring allSkin Erudi tions and Di5cases. Scrofulous Sores, Vjnereal Disease and its bad effects ukh the constitution. Dropsical Swellings, Rheumatism, fruiu Mercury, Biles, Old Sores, Kidney and Bladder Affections, and rafsing up a weak and broken con stitull -n from any cause. Price, $1 for quart bottles;50 cents for small bottles. Do you suffer withany pain If you do, youwillfind im mediate relief by using Dr. Rose's Pain Curer. It is the only preparation which cures almost iusUntly Sore Throat, Rheumatism from Colds Pfiins in the Side, Back or Limbs; Face, Ear, or Tootlmclie; Stomach or Bowels, Side or Back; Stiff Neck. Bruises Corns and Chilblains. Wherever you have pain use the Pain Curer. Safe to all ages, in 12, 23 and 50 cent bottles. All of the above Pi eparatioin, with Dr. Roses Medical Adviser to Persons in Sickness and in Health, to be had of W. W. BERRY & DEMOVILI.E, M. L. CARTWRIGUT, Nashville, And ot Dealers generally throughout the State. jly20 ly w&d PUBLIC SALE OF GROCERIES. ON WEDNESDAY, 7th September, 1953, we will offerat Public Sale to the highest bidden 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar, various grades; 100 packages Molasses and Syrup; 500 bores Manufactured Tobacco, all grades; 500 kegs Shocnberger Nails, all sizes; ' 500 bbls superfine Flour; 100 boxes Tallow Candles; 100 boxes Fancy Soap; 100 boxes No. 1 BarSoap; 100 bbls Star Whisky; 50 packages Brandies and Wines; With various other articles. The goods will be put up in our usual quantities with lib. eral privileges. TERMS OF SALE. All sums under $200, Cash; all sums over S200 four months for approved endorsed notes, pavable in one oflhe City Banks. aug30 WH GORDON ACQ. SHIRTS! SHIRTS ! Weareieeeiving a fine stock of Shirts, and warrant them to besuperior in every re spect. Wotake measures and insure fits For sale bv aug31 Ml Etta & ilcGILL- lFTLIJS----havejust received a handsome Ruf II) De, detatcbed from the Shirt, so that the Shirt may be worn with or without inem. r or saio u ang31 MYERS A McGILL. WORK BOXES. Just received a variety ot elegant Work BoxesjaLso some plain ones. RUg3j 31 XfcKSA McUlLL. U WHOLESALE TRADE. FALL AND IHP0HTATI0N JOH 1853, MORBAN 4 CO., No. 47, PuWte Square, are now open ing tLeir complete Stocfc of STAPLE and FANCY Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ha,s and Caps, to which they in vite the attention of Merchants vis ting Nashville, convinced that cireful examination will be fcund to I heir ad vantage. Our early purchases in the monihs of April and May. in jhe-heavy staples of Cotton and Woolen GoodS,-"wiH enable in to offer them to the trade it reduced prices from' the present Eastern Cost. Our Stock of Ladiea. Dress Good. Cloths Cassimeres Tweeds, Boots, Shoes and Hats, will be found much larger than usual. 6 l"a nM tV,. Ammla f 1 t'la rll (-.I 1 - . . : " uimw manufactured by the LEBANON and SPARTA Mills? which hate given such universal satisfaction. WewillpurcliAseforCashat the highest market prices, Wool, Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Jeans, Linsev jind Socks. MORGANA CO., angiO No. 47, Public Square. EAKMttCQB, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, 4S, Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee, HAVE now in Store their EXTENSIVE STOCK Or FALL AND WINTER GOODS; purchas ed early in the season, at a much less price than similar Goods can now be bought, and which they are determined to sell for (JAfsr, or io ywi'faud responsiUe dealers at prices that will favorably coin;are with purchases made in any other market. In this Slock will be found a great variety of Clotih, Blankets, Black Silks, Cassimers, Flaxxiels, Fir,'n Dribs Silks, Vestih, " IiiNSisvs, Mohairs. Satlni-tts, Cloaking, Ali-accas, Tweeis, - Shawls, JIerixoes: .Jeans, Ribbons, Bwadebe Rores, KnsKurs, Lac-, Delai.nes, Prints, . White Goom, Hosiery, Gixchau, IrhuLtxex, Cloths, TniMMIKGS,J:c. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunk-, and a COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTII- To theirpre.ent heavy stock they will during the season, make such additions of the NEWEST IMPORTATIONS, as will give their stock a scrEBiourrr over any ever offered in this maiket. They are sole Aleuts for the sale of the superior Tennessee Sheetings, O-nnburgs, &c, made by the rai men' and JHchfaud dnywi its, which are cheaper than any ofthe Eastern goods. They are auxiouslo buy all kinds of BARTER at the high est prices. Nashville, August 23, 1S53 2mtwiw H. & B. DOUGLAS 8c CO., importers and Wholesale Dealers, No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Temi., "VJOW exhibit and o3'er for sale a complete and desirable L stock ot Foreign, and Domestic Dry Good, Hats, dips, Jlonneis, UtnlreUa, Moots, Mreaans, Slices, Slijipers, Carjift Jjaos, Writing aiul Wrajipina Paper, Ac, Ac. In magmtude and variety this stock greatly exceeds any over offered in this part of the country. The style and de signs of our fancy Goods are unusually beautiful and at tractive. The purchases have been made at tlie lowest points for each article, and with every facility which expe rience and large cash means could secure. The shipments were fortunate i meeting free navigation in the Ohio and Cuinbeiland rivers; so that the cost of transportation is an exceedingly fmall item. We are, therefore, able and determined to do better for our customers and those who may feel disposed to patronize us. than they can do elsewhere. We want Feathers, Ginsing, Beeswax, Wool, Linsey and Yarn Socks, at their highest market value. aug 14 btw 8m H. k. B. DOUG LAS CO. JOSEPH F DUNTON, WHOLELALE DEALEB IN DBY GOODS. So. 51, P uTlic Square, Xa shville, Tenn. Fall and Winter Importations. HAS now open, fpr the inspection ofthe public, his full and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. This carefully releetcd and well assorted stock consists of Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Silks, French, Em-lis-h and American Dress Goods Plain and Fancv Prints, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbiellas, Carpet Bags, and stall' goods of all kinds. Owing to the favorable purchases he has n-ade with the Easterh mat kets.be can offer the greatest variety and best selection at the vtry Ioh est prices that can be "found anywhere. I invite purchasers to give me a call before making their purchases elsewhere, guaranteeing to suit them in every re spect. Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Yarn and Country Pioduce bought at the highest market value. aug21 J. F. DUNTON. FALL COOPS, 1853. DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO., Xo. TO and 71, Public Square, XashtiRe, Ttnnessee., HAVE now in store and offer for sale an extensive assort ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS, In part as follows, to wit i'riuts. AH the newStvlesin great variety of pitterns, also, a large assortment of Blue, Greeus, Black and White. Linscj's. In rich bright colors, Plaids, Reds, Blues, Ac.. Ac Satinets. In Black, BUe, Stripes, Plaids, colors and mixtures. Cassimeres. Fancy and Black, variety of patterns. Cloths. Black, Blue. Brown. Drab, Ac. Flannels. In all widths, qualities, and colors. Jtlankels.. In all s:zes, qualities, and colors, a very large and varied assortment, of over)' description. Shawls. An extensive and beautiful assortment, solid colors, Piaids. Embroideries, &c Diess Goods. Plain, Black and Figured Alpacas, D' Laines, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids in neat styles and rich colors. Black, Drab and figured Worsted Surges. VESTINGS A variety of Styles. SILICIAS, JACONETS, X BAR MUSLINS, SWISS MUSLINS, INDIA BOOKS, NAINSOOKS. LINENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, GINGHAMS, CAMBRICS, BERAGES, PADDINGS. A large assortment of Brawn Shirtings, Sheetings, Bleached, Long Cloths, Osnaburgs, Hats, Caps, &c. Which we are enabled to efferupon the most liberal term", by the package or piece. We invite the attention oflhe trade and merchants generally to examine our Stock. DUNCAN, MORGAN CO., aug37 tf. Nns. 70 and 71. Public Squire. NEW. GOODS. T If 0 M V S0 N & CO. IVO. 2, Public Square. Anhlir illr, HAVE iu.-t teceived a Urge lut of NEW GOODS, from the Eastern Markets, consisting in part ofthe follow ing article Dress Silks. A large assoitmcnt of Fine Plaid Dress Silks; .. . n ALSO, largo " " Mamie " Mouse De I.ainc. Plaid and Plain, of all shades and qualities. A fine lot of Plaid Cashmeres; alo, Plaid Goods for children's wear. Ribbons. We have now the best assortment of Ribbons ever offered to our customers: Plain Ribbons, all shades and qualities. Rtocide " " " " Plaid " ' " Xlorie Antique " '' Kid Gloves. A fresh supply of Kid Gloves, white and colored. ISliick Silks. Plain, Spotted and Kept, a fine assortment of each; also a newsuppWo. B.ackSatu, National. tCO. Gases Boots, Shoes? &c. E.S.HOLLiNS&CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS, - No. 21 and 36, Corner of Collega and Union streets, XASM'ILLE, TXX., HAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE K'oo 6'.i.s;v hook, shoes, hats, cap, TliCXKS, &c. Being the LARGEST STOCK of Goals they have ever offered in ihisniaiket.and which .for qujity, price and iwnVtywill equal any Stockin the City. lerchants and all others" making their purchases in Nashville, will find it to their INTEREST to give our Stock an examination before buying. & & p leathers. Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in exchange for Goods' at the highest market price. ugl7 tf P w " LASSWARE. -00 boxes Fancy Pint Flasks; 200 " " 14 do, 100 " " Quirt do, Forsale by W- H- GORDON A CO. LIQUORS. 15 EIGHTH pipes extra Clumpaigne Brandy; 10 " " A.Signeirs do; , ' 5 quarter casks Mala f.i Wine; 5 eighth pipes Muscat do; 2 kegsStoughfon's Bitters; 2 " Essence Peppermint; 5 bbls Old Rye Whisky; 60 " Star do; For sale by aus27 W. H. GORDON 4 CO. W" RAPPING PAPER. 400 bundles East Ten nessee medium Wrapping Paper. Received per Railroad this day, and for salcby m,X2T W. II. GORDON & CO. OLDEN SYRUP. lt'O barrels Golden Syrup, a superior article. 100 half barrels da For sa by aug-27 W- IL GORDON & CO. RESERVING SUGAR 23 hhds Elm Hall Crys ttdized Sugar, lor preserving. For sale by nut7 " W.H.GORDON A-CO. OT1CL1. By virtue of vend expoiuistmm the Houor ohlo siimi-pmi Court of Tennessee, to me directed. I will sell to the highest bidder, for Cash, at the Court House door, in Nashville, on Saturday me btu dayoructober, 18-3, i one tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the 9th Dis trict of Davidson County, and bounded as follows. Begin ing at the North East comer of James Whitsett's, dee'd, and adjoining the lands of Crutcher, dee'd, R. C.Foster, dee'd ! m?i .1 fSirtpr. levied on as the wonertv of Edward Vaughn to satify sud judgment in favor of Timothy Dot son, Admistrator, Ac MUSSEL, Sheriff. aug2-)-twtd By JESSE W. PAGE, D. Sheriff. " BOOKS, &C. PICXrORIAL -DEFINER. The Pictorial Jf.ner; r t . . Containing the most important" -vcrds in the Eflg lishlranguage ftmtliatly defined, and illustrated by over Tiro TJutusan. I EngrarlivT, to rcnderthenl pleasing ami attractive; by R.Binfler. '"' This work is intended as a Class-Book, from which to teach the definition of words in Schools and private fami lies presenting the studies in fcuchu manner as to render it jileasingand attractive. There are more than two thousand object, animate and inanimate, represented by engravings in this volume, which also furnish a vast variety of Subjects for young learners in drawing, now so extensively Unght in our common schools. . aug7 TOON A RUTLAND. A GENERAL ' BI03.EAPHICAI. DICTIONARY. Comprising a Summary account of the most distinguished persons of all Ages, Nations, and Professions, including more than One Thousand articles of Aincric'aii Biography, By Rev. J. L. Wake, r. J). . , , Lyejfs Principles' of Geology: ... ' " ' i Or, the Modern Changes ofthe Ti-rtb. ana its inhabit ants Considered as illu3iralivefr Geology By Sir Charles Lyell, M. A. P, R. S. HOME CYCLOPCEDIA. " JIund Bool? of the Useful Arts, do do of Universal Hiography. do do of Literature and the FineAr Is. SWALLOW WARN:' Or, a Sojonrn in the Old Dominion, By 1 lonl J. P. Kennedy. Horce-fihoe Holinson; A tale of the Tor v Ascendency, Br J. H. Kennedy. TOON RUTLAND, aii"12 '' .ffllnionst. NEW BOOKS. ' . 1 FERN LEAVES, by Fanny Fern; GREENWOOD LEAVES, by Grace Greenwood; MODERN FLIRTATIONS, by Catherine Sinclair; MILES TREMEMENHERE, ihe Love Test; JOHN RANDOLPH, of Roanoke, by F WThomas; C. J. FOX, by Lord John Russell; REVELATIONS IN CLAIRVOYANCE, by A J Davis; LIVING AUTHORS OF AMERICA ; ALEXANDER SMITH'S POEMS; RUM PLAGUE, by Zscbockfce; THE SANFEDEST1: Or, A Night with the Jesuits at Rome. By Edward Farrance. For sale by aug!7 JOHN YORK A CO. SWAN'S BEPOBTS." . Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee, during the years lSSt-2. By W. G. Swan, State Reporter. For sa!eby JOHN YORK & CO., augl7. No. 4t, Union street. SCHOOL BOOKS. J. YORK A'CO. have on hand a complete stock of com mon School and Classical Books which they offer for sale by the dozen or single copy, at reduced.prices. GOLD PENS. J. YORK A CO. have juat received a variety ofsnperior Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered fur sale in NasliTille. Every Pen Warranted. HOOKS! "THE WIGWAM AND THE CABIN;" Tales of the South, by W. Gilmore Simms, author of "Katherine Wal ton," tc. Ac, in one vol. cl. THE BRITISH CABINET IN 1S53 one voL cloth. READ'S POEMS; Thi Poems, ly Thomas Buchanan Read. A new and enlarged edition. POEMS BY MEDITATIS, in one vol. cL NORMAN MAURICE; or, Tut Mas op the People. An American Drama, by W. Gilmore Simms. Esq, author of "The Wigwam and and the Cabin fourth edition, revised and corrected. MODERN FLIRTATIONS; a Novel, by Catharine Sin clair, author of "Beatrice," Ac. ,Ac. A MEMORIAL OF HORATIO GREENOUGH, consis ting of a memoir selections from his writings and tributes to his genius. By Henry T. Tuckerman 1 vol. cloth. HISTORY OF THE MASSACREE OF THE GREEKS ON THE ISLAND OF SCIO, BY THE TURKS, with va rious adventures in Greece and America. By CP. Casta nis. 1 vol. paper. THE LIBERTIES OF AMERICA, by H. W, Warner of New York. 1 vol. cl tli. THE PEDESTRIAN IN FRANCE AND SWITZER LAND, by George Barrell Jr. For sale by aug30 F. IIAGAN. KITTO'S DAILY BIBLE ILLUSTRATIONS : Being orig inal readings for ayear, on subjects from Sacred History, Biography, Geography, Antiquities and Theology. Es pecially designed for the family circle. By John Kltto, D. D, F. S. A. in six volumes. For sale by angOO F. HAGAN, Market street. BOOKS AND STATI0NEEY. F. Hajran, Jo. 31, Market street. Is now receiving a large and complete assortment of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, direct fron Publishers and Manufacturers, to which he respectfully invites the attention of Merchants and others wishing Fall supplies. His Stock in Store and constantly coming, comprise a full assortment of SCHOOL, MEDICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS; LETTER, CAP AND WRAPPING PAPER; INK, PENS, SLATE PENCILS; with every thing in the Stationery line. auglOjg CLASSICAL BOOKS. LATIN. Greek. French, Spanish, and Italian Text-Books, for schools and Academies. For sale by aug30 CHARLES WSMITU. DRAWING CARDS. Coe's New Drawing Cards from No 1 to 10, for Schools. For sale by augC0 CHARLES W SMITH. GLOBES. Terrestrial Globes, 8 inch and 15 inches, for Schools. For sale by augSO CHARLES W SMITH. THE NEW FALL HAT. THIS DAY OPENED AT WATERriELD & WALKER'S. ACCORDING to our usual custom, we shall this day in troduce the New Fall SrvLKof gentlemen's Hats, si multaneous with the New York and Philadelphia House. The sty le we have selected as our leading Hatis the same as adopted by all the principal hatters in the Uiiiou, and is considered by all who have seen it the Xe J'Ihs L'Ura of batting. As the price and quilit'j of our bats are so well knnwu, we need only say that our facilities for inanufactur ing are ample and complete, and our assortment is the lar gest and most varied ever offered in the city aug-211 WATERFIELD A- WALKER. COUNTRY MERCHANTS ARE respectfully invited to call and examine our stock before purclLisins. Tlwy uill find with us the right kind ofsroods, and at low and uniform prices. WATERF1 ELD A WALKER, Fashionable Hatters, No. 2t, west si Je Public Square, next toGowdev's. aug20 A DAGUERREOTYPE OFTHE HEAD CAN lie accurately taken by that valuable Craniouuter, at WATERFIELD A- WALKER'S. By its aid thev manufacture hats warranted to fit eveiy size and shape of head. augjW rpHE LARGEST ASSORTMENT Of Fancy Hats JL and Caps, with Ladies Hiding Hats ot tlie laiesi ue- signs, just oj-eued at aug-ju WATERFIELD A AVALKER'S. CARRIAGES & BUGGIES, BUGGIES & CABRIAGE3. So. o, Clark Slrfet. rpHE undersigned has just tinishe-I and for salo X. 6 Buggies, 1 durance Couch, 3 Barouches, 1 Six-seat Rockawar, 1 "Doctor," 1 Family Buj-gy. All of wh-chwill be sold cheap for cash or gocid notes. I now offer my entire stock of unfinished work and ma terials, together with the good will of the establishment, forsale on accommodating terms to any person wiching to iro into a good business. aug-24 lm tw e IRA A. STOUT. HARDWARE AND CU1LEBY.! FALL CUNNINGHAM, No. 4T, College St. XASUYILLE, TEXX. ARE now receivintr their Fall supply of Hnrdtmre mid Cutlery direct from the inanufuctuiers in Eu rope and America, to which they invite the particular atten tion of Merchants visiting Nashville for their Fall stocks. Their stock in store and daily coming to hand comprises a full assortment of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut lery, Guns, and all articlesin their line. Thr rpcpive Feathers. Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at the very highest market price in exchange forllaidware, or in payment ot oeuis. " CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, augH , HN. JIYEIIS, respecuuiiy iniorms . the citizens of Nashville, and the pub lic generally, that hestill continues the above Wiiw nn Cherry street, between Cedar and Line streets, below the Theatre, where he is prepared to build Coaches and Carriages of all kinds to order. He will keep constantly on hand an assortment of liug gics.Unrouches, Phaetons, etc., which he will otter lor sale low for cast. Those wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a calL Repairing in all branches done at the shortest notice and inthn neatest manner. aug23 Spl CAHIUAGES. .. ; "TTTEhave just received two extra iamiiy ur- ALSO AC shipment of fine Butrgies a,nd1.Jt.J';a" ways. For sale1 by W. H- GORDON A CO. Jiasaviiie, August ao, iso. OU'SALEApairof fine HORSES. ApphatNo v - unerrr sireet. , tr j , SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, G. Coopers Minor Ojratiug Tonsil Catling. Cases, L YTI I OTO JI IC. StrobsmHt, Courhing. AMPUTATING. Trepaning, Capita, Mjlic'ftry, Pocket Cases. Silver and O E. Catheters, l.-inctts, all kinds. Mathematical Instruments, Glazier's IamonJ. fringes, all sorts, Caustic Cases, Ram-s and dtram. Trachea tubes, D'Asccting, V.jSpccuiumiv Dental IustrnmeiiLs nsM Ear Trumpets, Fine Penand Pocket KmyejL RnVOLVLVG Pistols, WalkingCar.es, HuHiiixj awl ltirk Kk4et, Hydrometers, TienOHieers, Magnifying Glasses, Telliscopes, ..aV Articiul Xiptie. aieuictti ojjoons. Guarded bistouries, eiiiiscop, SKtMes,uI i rvoanys and bUmath-tnUs, Scarificatois. Silver probes and Cai-ulas, Received abd for sale at the lowest prices, bv T. WELLS Sign of Man andIortaron Market. au23 fiw Union sirwt I, .l.;ii It is no more the moral duty of man to provid-j the daily' bread for hU family while he lives, than it fsj to' pruvide against their being left penniless in the event of hii-death. Jin. J.rumol on Life Ins. LIFE INSURANCE. THE ADl'AXl.iGES OFdfE iXm.tXCE, AS rXlltDlTED BY TIIIT LIFE IISUMOE dOMP&NY NET ACCUMULATED CASH FUND, $2,000,000. - "TTAVE you Insurance on your I jfi, fer the benefit ofa JLX sui-riving taniily, relatives orfriendt? Arothjy ful ly protected by Insurance on your Life, from the nun-f evils that may ari-e from vtur unexpected death, atamomcntof emlarrissmciit.perhaps of utter insolvency? ISAAC ABBOTT, SLC'T... . .FRE.DSBICKS. WILSdx, PtUS'l CHARLES GILL, Actoabt: P. P. PECK, Agent. D'K&m. dical Examiners.' 1 . augSl tf. NEW ORLEANS AND HASHVIL'-E REG0LA2. PAS SENGER. PA0I.ET. BELLE-KEY", PEYTON A. KEY, , tv CovuAXDEit. This large and magni- wT-imS;" ticent Steamer is now undergoing a tlsirough-jg-q-sSg repair at Louisville, and will take her pTaceas a Regular Packet in the above trade as soon as there is sufficient water, and will continue during the entire season. In point of fpecl.comfott and safety, ihe BELLE-KEY is unsurpassed on the Western waters; which, wiih tho long knowledged business capacity of her Clerk (11 r. Lewis North ern,) enables us confidently to recommend her to the busi ness and travelling community. Mr. Northern will give prompt personal atientiou to filling orders for Groceries, Ac. Z3f A share of patronasre is respectfully solicited. JOHNSON, HORNE A CO, aug2" 1m Agents. J. II. CURKEY, Undertaker and Colliii-maker. College street, Xo. 23, opposite Setcanee Iitmte. BEGS leave to inform hisfriends and the pablic-gr generally, that he has opened a regular Cof-8E"e fin lloom, ami having bought the right for manufiscturing and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skiff's Patent Indistruct ible Air-tight and Air-exhausted Bunal Cases, the best nowin usefor preserving the corps, he will keep a supply ofthem constantly on hand, together with an assortment of all kinds ot covered and wood Coffins. He is prepred to furnish good Hearses and any number of Hacks that may be wanted; alsoshrouds of every description, made in the best stvle. together with every equinase necessary for fune rals. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats j ana itauroaus, or irom me surrounuing couniry win uc promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to pre- iaring and encasing bodies for tiansportaton. All orders eft at his Furniture and Coffin Rooms promptly attended to, both night aud day ho will give his personal attention to all funerals. Charges moderate. J. H. CURREY. N. B, Furniture and Mattrasses of every description made to order and of the best materials, and warranted; also furniture repaired in the best style and with dispatch. augi7 o ex. J. IL C. M'COMRS, CORNELIUS & CO., Funeral Undertakers for tha City aad Vicinity. Rooms corner of Cherry qnd Spring streets. f Xasiiville, Ten.v. HAVE made arrangements with the Agent forthesaleof FISK'S PATENT IMPEOVEDMETaLLIC BURIAL CASES, and will keeps constant supply on hand for funeral occasions, together with everything else requisite on such occasion as heretofore. Persons living at a distance, in the country or in neigh boring towns-, can be waited on at short notice, by sending an order or dispatch to M'COMBS. CORNELIUS A CO. P.irtirnf Snrincr nn.l I 'hrrv 5sts. - - i r, j Undertakers in the city can be supplied ith BURIAL CASES, bv application as above. augl3 rsiTITMlinil T-'iritXITiritF We . I O have on hand a large lot of very supe S--2 rior FURNITURE, tsinsisting in part of ggg elegant High Posiand French Bedsteads, fine Rosewood and Mahogany Bureaus, Wardrobes, Sofas, Cliairs of every description, Ottomans, Centre Tables, Ac; together with a large lot of coranioii Furniture, of the best material and unsurpassed workmanship all of which we w ill sell as cheap, for cash, or on short credit, as auy house in the city. Fine 3IattrassesAVeare also constantly manutactii-. ring a very superior quality of Spnog, Hair, Moes, Cotton and Shuck Mattrasses. angl8 1m M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO. SOMETHING NEW. THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE MANUFACTURING COMPANY, are now onering H0-j splendid assortment of Plain anil Fashionable Fur nitureat theirl)eistouMarketstreet,Thoma.s gi r4J23new building, (between Uuion Hall aud the s; tuare, I which tliev oiler at pries to suit purchasers, ill, boih at whole solo and retail. They intend to give saiislac tion to piireliasers work warranted, ? .11 -ii.l i.vanii n. tlii i- cliwlr. 4)r Orders for Work attended to with de-siiakh. R. 11. GROOMS, IWt. Iseptr-i' W. 1.. NAxrE. Sec'y CASH ! CASH ! I 1TTNTEI) a' Ue -"mlh Nashville Funntnre.Rietory.ot VV good SEASONED LUMIlHIt ' 10.1,iKW ket of ltinth Walnut Pkinfc--wido; 50,000 do. j do do do do; 50fW0 do 2 do do do d; UW,tXH do Walnut Seantling, 8 reet long, 4, &A f.in.s.i're; 100,000 doCherrr do do r do; 100,iK)J do lfc iiich Cherry Plank wide; ' 50,000 do do do " do; 50,000 do 2 do do d: SO.i'OO do Ash,rangingfi-DmlttointMefc' -rrMephnks Also, Poplar of all sires ik-d for Oabmet jmrposes, for which Oath will be paid on dfliverv. Also, 2." or:fgiO.I C A U I N KT J 1 A K ERS wanl, towhom fair prios will.be gi ve in eHsb. .Aiwi. 1 W!l HPr HOLSTERS. None but good work-u uewl aintly. jaiilT , FURNITURE. CAIlPETniU. 0L CLOTH, tie. rjHK tubseiiber lias just retarded' f'-m ihe L East, and is constantly reteivm-; nil kinds ef furniture. Carpeting. Ac. n stic araK2a present consists of almost erery ui title in his lino ot busi ness, and asextensive as any m tlie c.tv. Purdosers would do well to cell, as he is detanuiued to sell low for cash or ou time for appro ed paper. A. PATTERSON, marchl5 Collejte near Church si rest TRUNKS. VALISES, and CARPET EAOS wfi.!;.atBe.S " w Lr f . n rr-r-r.',r,.r Tr-Tiiil and .lUftCHt. ;ilin (if S.vxnn v. lint-t Bt lla ViltoD and conimou Curnct liaps. which we will sell at towU-ice. ICS. IIOLLlXS.t CO., . -s ,f n ti i TT..:. v .t I FURNITURE! FURNITUP.E! '. X AJI just receiving a hue assortment ot t ur-. I X nituieol tlie tstesi ana most appruveuvy-j . .....I.... ...I.;., mil l,a iin-inlnit nrfmtiiTnpni1-t f a. iiy ics, muiu nn. uw . superior 1'ianos, also mnuow iiusuc-, i.- :. ..r ..il l-;,I m.iria to omer. sent free to the Railroad or anywhere m the city. Remeui her 43, Union street, Cheap Furniture DgfM0nX0N. TXTEhave received lgr 'jJViM m.uLtu , V V moreottnoseunn..-.;r - a?rSl' hfch will l sold 'very'lowtt.; Urnotedsdrawing interest, and warranted to give satisfaction in every re-necLT ii qjjeENFIELD A CO. prg ; ; ; sT-rilTlCI'- I am cls"I-J UP n"' business with a new f A Wuianeutly withdrawing. Many persons are indebt ed to uie by note and account, some for years, and I hope Uiev will call and pay up without further delay or trouble. f have removed my llooks and Papers to the room ud Messrs. W. H. Gordon A Co. srAKll lutilC OW.1 ljtliSUltVia. Justi-e-jjJL ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for.' Preserv ing purposes june?0 R- A J. NINON. aRAIIAM UREAD. Graham Bread for.dispep tics,can be had every otherdayat j' I mm Evil's? I" ed, and will be sold as cheap as tne cneapes--larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep Jlr- berts SUNDRIES, FRANCISCO &TVHITM.1N-S ATXTTJHN STYLE X0SESSE? HAT3T8R IMS. THE change of Fashion seems to be as requisite tutha !'"' ilonde as change of season to the earth. And M ourprr-vssiTe dem.xraC-r. the South west baro agTest horror furanvthing behind the age especially sn olii fush oned Francisco .t 'vYT-.limaa are ever-ready with the necess-irv cha-gein He-.nl Gear to keep up with the time?, and as the Fall season is approaching they will be out on. Saturday, 2th Angnsl, wiih the Pnyit't styftcfllats, thar will unit everyUidy, Tor by the aid of their Conforaatur Tj-nngraph, they are made to conform to every shaped herul FRANCISCO & WHITMAN. ang-3 -1Z, Public Square. J" FST RECEIVED AT FRANCISCO WHllf MAN'S Fashionable Hat and Cap Emporium a new supply ol Men's, Youths' and Boys' soft Cassiinere Hats and . Cloth Caps, embracing everr thing iww. Alston oew lot oi JiaiesKMJinjiuis,au or wtucnlhey willell at their usual low prices. - , - - FRANCISCO 4 WHITMAN, i augW " 2 Public Squam HI'MMiJH ' I 1 WHITE EJIRROIDHItlKD TIES Wo ha" just reemed per Kirtsa small assortment of White.Euibn-ideireil TWsl vark-as' paUern.s. For sale bv angSTf MYERS A McGILI SHIRT COLLARS We bVveal-orccei--d aTanrty of UolUrs, of latest s vlea and of liest quality, f . sate y MYKBS&McO.LL. IANCY COLORED KID GLOVES are . now prepared to suit every taste in Gentlemen 8 fancy celered Kid Glovea. Best article fur sale by MYERS A McGILL. ILACK KTi GLOVES-Just received a lot ot ) Black had Gloves, tine quality. yigjT - - j MYERS ,t MeGIIL. TTV-CXCY CCLoITkIJ JIAlTP HOsITe hav . just received iui assortment of Fancy colored h-iif .ioe for sale by auger MYRS & McGILL. Ladies and Gents' KurabJiiBj- Store. -o College street LUNATIC ASYLV1X THE resident and distant Trustees of the Hospital for the Insane in Tennessee, are nottArd to atteac nt the Asy lum Buddings near Nashville, on the ist tlajfof October next, pursuant to the act direetiaif the meetinsr. augst--lni S.' K. COCKRILU Pres't T ASH VI LLH FE.1I A L ifTlNSTIT t TE.-Th!-Tnisteesrf tlie Institute hereby give ajftice that the next Session will cotnicenc-e-eti Mond'.y. Aug 2;'th, m U Sess&n Rooms of the First Boptial Church, under the dt Wtthniof Rev. JOSHIl K. MANTON. Teacher, Mrs. ANN F.MASTON, Assistant. Rer Samad Baker, D D, Piesitkut, JosJl Kiu)'i'S- Ksi Dr J W Kinr. V Trustees. DrCKWiastea, Dr J 1) Winston,' aug7 tf w. k DAQUEATUiAN STOCK AND. PICTOBE ESTABLISH JIENT. DOBYVS A YRVROri', Nashville, Tennessee, Coliege Street. Dosvxs & Hall, Louisville, Ky. Donrxs Sl Richabdso-v, Morssewat. New York. DourNS A Spacumng, SL Louis. Mo. Doarss t Ybaswt, Memphis, Tenn. Dobtss A IIabuixsto-i, New OrbftBi. Atanj of the above estabhsh-Heals, you can prscure as fine Pictures as can be had in any city, of any desired tih or finish, as we have every impruvetneot, and erpect to keep np with anv and all improvements. We are prepared in either city to furnish artists with every article used in the art. Ourarrangenwntsaresuch, we can famish stock oa the most reasonable terms. DOBYNS i CO. N. B. Pictures taken in any kind r.f weather, and of do ceased persons at alt times. augli tf D.&CO. H.VSJnst rereived and Apened a Large an.. well assorted stock of Fancy Dinner, Tea, Ah and Tete-ate e Setts; Fancy Toilet Iiotiles, Decontei s. Puff Boxes, Goh!e!a. Pitchers, Vases, CotTt-e Cups, Jewclr? Boxes. Candles? .cis. Card Baskets. Ink SUnds, Mugs, Paper We gtr-t. Tov sett, Sitve-ed liowles. tioblets. and Salt Stands, w th a gea' variety of other lancv articles; together with pit and white China, Stone, yellow, and cnminon Glasswarea. A", c' which are offered at' wholesale or retail on as reasonable terms as any house in the west Now is the time u buv wares cheap, as they are advancing, and sooa I sha!3 a. Tance the prices. aog2t iiii J. CDRDtN IMP0STANT IitPHOYiSIENT IN DENTISTRY DIL ROSS nonld respectfully innte the 2J5? attention of the pubhe to a sew aso rpCx lvrnovEu ucthod or ixsertTtxe akthicial Jl? tseth, upon which he has heeafwr stne tune prarfiJ"g with great sueeess. The impmve-nent consists in the teeth being arraugt I ' on a pUtenf,, IuUhhus, and by ruesns of a sdiii.-. comoiiiid the teelti and plate are cemented firmly togeth er, leaving no interstices for Ihe ledgmentor M-cretwn of food; at the same time funning an attUieial gum beaut, ill and life-like in appearunee, and ivlueb u represented on the insideof the teeth as wellaseat. Ttiose interastwl are invited to call and examine speci mens ot" this improved method at tat operating rooms, No. j", up stair-", Cutlesje si. aajr-'7 t' iMPOtrrm aid b-ulkr in CHINA, GIASS. AND QUEENSWARE, am Houe-FuruiUituJ? Articles. Aug.".6.1-i-lni XASUUllK TEA V fiL Glavuvare A very tu mid spVmhd assortmen, Maor in store, -"heap tor cash or t punctual dealers, at 3 HICKS CHIN A UALi trtji tiiieensivnre The lM-pt and iuo.- compt. J " jsUrfk ever betore ttere.l m ttns niaikct, embracing tj everything usually key4 ui siuular estaul shuient;, for tlie Cismtrv 'v Cm Trade, at Ainf.lrt HICKS' CHIN V IIAti- CHINA In every tarieti o! sl: i-)e and 'i iiv i.r KiiuUsIl Kreirah and Gri m-ai n.anufactun- i Cm r than the same qnaliU and side tan te bought on liroatiwrtiv, ..-w ioii. ui ncuu( -i Wliole-nle. aiiglit HICKS' CUf. WI'I I 11 R IT. V.N XI V Qigf iNUi'd Tin, Silver Ilated ami German ;ter Warn, Table t;utierv, .te., b sjoo-i ainuK-u-. iiisu, u and Paiiey Artieles, 'suitable R.r Presents. Kitchen uten. .la in great variety, at JIH " 1RCKS' CHIN HALI T)A"R'ncClViriVl-iT:NTlON--Is rues-ed i. L the umisuoUy large ami rphmdjid assorlment or exra hue TEA, DINNER, DKSs-EUr. CHAMBER. T01L.ETT' andTBrU-A-TSTB SETTS, of French, German and Eng hshmaairtaeture. Atso, Sue lH ""l" MUtwvn-BowK V-. Deeanters. Tumblers, tham and Wine Gbwcs, (JoWrts. Frmts, ikxe. Cognes, Je"try al-uuts, ami t-ac.y Ai-Hcira jn-i-emiM of our own IIusihwK w iresu irom umi'.u" iwtHii rhttHHi, and taiimrior uuluceiuepts will 'm offered to tlu ltnJ irate Fumrfie. H'J t4 mUM'I A" " - - Trade and private rJ- A' call is solicited, at-lliSi'CHi3 Hall. ' No. 4o NorthrMHe 1'nWic Stvtwre. A. H. HICKS. NashviBe'. Aug 16. t3L-lm d isasobk n. svkvbsso!.. kkbskt - STKATfiNSON WHITE. No.5i), GoBtpttreet. nAVK on bond slant wd -sriae stock of STAPH. AND FANCV DKV GsWlfl. which theyw-U very cheap for cash, in order Ml md'-'ce t' e.r sioct beturo tliey receive their Fall -Mircliata. AB of yuu .h hke g-a bargains give them a oJL ""A" XTlT hTictHriiTlaweiHdhietilul suiekof tad s VV DRESS GOODS, sneh ht che. sl ai d bras cade Silks; Silk Rubes, fetfages ano Ho,w Urge lotof beautrfid French XmJ, "-" ' sold extremely lew flmEkS0N & WIUTE TUIcnNKEILir fOHKS. -sTEVEN.sy M t -WHITE fvejt receive.1 a v-ry large stock of French Ntwille WerkJ. seeh as Cottar. Sleeves. Chim.zett-s Uamlkerchiefs, EdgimP. Insertmgs, Kibb.i -tc, which they are selling at very reduced fHiew forra h aujit. oUsK-FUKNISHING GOODS. V havejust received a lanre stock of Damask, Linen Mieets and Lineu Sheetings, Table Damasks, and -a iarge lott.r i Ia.il Linen Napkfi.s and Damask Towels, hicli w dl be sold rery -i ENTLIMEN'S rCHNLSHING GOODS." It All von who wish to purchase t toihs. Cassimeres Vesting, Linens, Patent Sh.rts, Lmen and DrilhJg Draw ers llalf-Hose, Linen and Sdk Handkerchief. Gloves and Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A WHITES, No. ..'.tot lege street, for they ate selling off very low lor Cish. in or der to make room Cir their Pall Stock. au,; TTETiTjINE SCilEIOAM SCHX AIS.-We aave VX a few dozen of this fiae Ligtwr j price No. 1". Ceib-r- wt mayitt EAiilES, jfisSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES a. irk:t. Citin f-IflitCrST ri I i ou . lorjiiir , I " 1 J Kid d fjntin, , . , , Fis (plain and tipM) do Kid SBwgers and Buskins; " and llo. (.trim'd i do, and Paris " l!ort.; iTiesj - " SHppers and Boots; " " Beots; " ABileTj. RAMACE A CHURCH. " (Ryan?s - " F!re 7 3IIsm;s." Children s " bet Just received by 48, Collfgg street .angjai Wit lPIXt: PAPliK.---hwbundlei. Crown, Me dium and Double Crown Wrapping P-er. for ;sale hy ug5 R v. , s 4"