fyfV.15. Palmer, the American Newspaper Aeeat. is
Tins wly AOTnoRnen Agent for this paper in tlws cities of ,
Dos ton, New Torfc and Philadelphia, nod "i duly emr-ows
ered to take advertisements and subscriptions at the rates as -required
by us. HUreceipts will be regarded, as payments. 4
His office arc Boston. ScuUuy'ft Building-; Jfr.w Voiuf, f
Trihnn. Iltiildinmi PulLAPeLl'm.l. N W r.imor11iiri1n.nt! ,
Chestnut streets. .
l-TC.'M. Carroll, is ouraulhorizcdagCntfortHscity f
of Memphis. Ho can be found at tho Pi O.m that city. . f-
ISfPnrvin & Monroe. General Newspaper. Arenfci
No. 3G Walnut street, -are authorized agents for the Kasli. "i.
v.lle Union in Cincinnati. - " 1
Particular Notice; No cliargcs will bo allowed,
BgamMjiie "umoa anu American oiiict; or me ami unleM-
i . . . it ii
N 1'S HYIIL L E:
TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTUM BER G, 1833."
"We learn From -a notice hi the iJttiwer, "that Mes
srs. Bano : IIarkis have purchased the interest.of
their-late partner, I"; K. Zollioofteil; in that "estab
lishment. We wish the proprietors a" continuation
of the'libetal patronage which has hitherto been
be?tovefl Upon the fanner. ' " ..
OT'The -Greenville Spy says there-arc a good
many 'cases oTtyphoid fever jn Greeiie county, and
that .the disease seems to be wholly untnanagable
PfffNAM for SEiTEMnnit. Messrs. Urinnv fc Co.,
nrc'Tii'receipt ef Una American 'ilontlily. Tlieyg
will accept our (hanks lor a copy.
MAMMOTH WATERMELON'S ' ' ' " i
wFltxx's Lick, Jackson c'tyVAugjUS, 553.-
ilessri ALaki.1 kg & E astm x : G eiitlemen: I see
in the Union and American of the 2Cth inst (tri
wccklyj) you acknowledge a rtfiarc' Treat" of a
basket ol iruit raised by Joseph Vaulx, near your
city. .Jf it was Convenient Ibr j-ou to be at my
plantation-at the mouth of Plynn's Creek, on Cmn
berland'River, I would take a delight in treating
you with a'watexmclon that weighs C2J pounds.
I have taken from my vines five watermelons that
weighed 272 lbi, and have several niore-as large.
If this size is rare, you may let your readers know
what land of soil we have in tlie-mountain district.
' tfVburs, truly, Milto.y Draper.
v !- ,
' Tlie following advertisement appears-in the last
number of the New York Teibvnt, under the head
IIatrimosuu A 7ohd for the CoLonnn Peot
tle of 'the United Siatbs. A young gentleman
born of Scottish parents, now an adopted .citizen of
the United States, besides doing a flonrii'hing'bua
ncssgirhis own account in New York City being
a gentleman of thorough business qualiDcations, hav
ing studied for -some time in sonic of tlie first clas
sical school.", with a view to become a Scottish min
ister of the Gopel, bur owing to misfortune and fail
ure in his family, he has been obliged to abandon
all his ideas, and his then present liow?a, and seek
iefuge in the land of Columbia, where he has always
been very successful in all his business undertakings.
But understanding that an advertisement appeared
in the New York iSan, from a wealthy colored gen
tleman, in the year 1S40 or 1S50, wlio Telt desirous
to have Ins daughtur wedded to a respectable white
man, the advertiser beiuga true Abolitionist of the
English stripe, and not liaving theslightest objection
as to color,.would feel yery desirous to contract mat
rimony with the above, or any other respectable
colored lady who may ossess a few thousand dol
lars not that the dollars are entirely the objeo't
and to provO tin?, theyonng gentleman hover wants
acent settled on himself, buton the 3-otmgcolored
lailv or her children. The gentleman who now ad-
vertises, sustains a good moral cltaracter, is a firet
rate business man, of genteel appearance, besides
only 25 years old, und possesses many other good
qualities, too tedious to mention, but can be fully
shown on an interview with the parties. Address,
for oi)o week, Mr. J , with real name and place
where an interview inay be had. Communications
tq bo confidential, addressed and sealed for Mr. J.,
Gliatlianj-square Post-otHoe, New York will meet
I From tlia Southern Manner.
W.snixa Clothes of all Ktws Made Easv.
have a small family njy wife, myself, ami two
small children; and, altogether, we have two grown
women, two half-growu girls, and a negro fellou-,
to serve us as lot servants. Threcdays of the week
nsed to be wasted by the women in washing, and
th6 other three in ironing for our little family; and
often when the service of the girls was needed,
he were found drawing water or replenishing the
fire for the washers. Judge then our joy, if yon
can, when a kind old friend instructed us how to
hive our washing done in six hours by one hand. I
feel ljko proclaiming itlo the world, andlwant eve
ry paper in Qeorgia to copy this, and hope it may
reach the ends of t!ie earth, But here is fhe modus
1st. - On the night preccediug tho day intended
to be set-a part as wash day, have all your clothes,
white and colored, coarse and fine, put in tubs of
clear water (we have one made large enough to
hold all the 'washing'') and let tbem remain there
2d. Put on your boiling vessel, (we have one
that holds sixty gallons, got for the expross purpose
Ol' boiling all at once.) fill it half full of water, and
rajse tl)e water to bailing heat, after which putiu a
vessel the siw of the one we use, two teaspoons
full of Sal Soda, one quart of Soft Soap, and one
quart of Lime Water, made by pouring three gal
lons of water on one quarl-of lime the night previ
ous, so that it may have hsd time to settle, and in
proportion, if smaller vessels are used; stir the wa
ter and srot the sal soda. soap, and lime water, we
mixed up, then put in your clothes, boil rapidly one
hour and the work is done. Take them out aud
rinse well, rubbing slightly as is usual in rinsing.
Now pass no judgment, frienda, until you have tri
pd it. The same lime water may be kept until it is
The receipt would be worth one thpusand dollars
ip the hands of a selfish person, and the world
have to untie the purse-string to get it, butherc it is,
p ep gratis for nothing, and I want the woild to un
derstand distinctly, that I shall have no communi
cation with any body who wears dirty clothes af
ter this see if 1 da
FOP. MAKIXO TUE SOArs.
Take six pounds of Potash,
Take four pounds of Lard,
fake one-fourth pound of Iosin
All amounting lo SI 50
J. tat up the rosin, mix all together well, and set
aside for fivo days, then put the whole into a ten
gallon pasl; of warm water, and stir twipe a day for
ten day, at the expiration or wiiitui nine, or soon
er, you will have one uunareu pounus 01 ex
Kwp Ibr 1 50. Oglktiirgi' Cou
11. O. FAURKI.L'S
CELEBEATED ARABIAN LINIMENT
TRIUMP1LVNT OVER DISEASE.
WHEREVER THAT GREAT MEDICINE called- H. G.
FAKRfiLL'S CELEItRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT, has
been introduced, it has performed the ino.t extraordmaiy
cures in the annals of medical hislory every lody who
use it once becomes its warmest friend ihey not only keep
it alnajs on baud for the benefit of its timely use 111 caes of
enienrencv. but lecoinmend it to all their friends. It has
4EVlopii.giicwirtnes:uianrdiroatoSiuvebocn cureu b '
it.fdr hicH thepiolnet0r-had u'ccr recommenJed it; ils
itfa-ncal viitites spreads through thelandVilh the. sied of
neen oeiure inepuuuc itir ue-wiv tru iwm;v' -m.
ligliluiug, ami main, erv iiiun.) jkhh- niiuim uwnip
H)sed tile f days pi) this earth weie last drawing tq a close,
Ijaye bee by a persevenug use ut this inialuable Liuioieiit
lJE.VLE , ami now lejoice 111 die blessings of liealih, und
the eiiit nnrnt of the bgauliftd nild. Read thisto believe,
tn"d vfi Ao doubt, pi.pnro ot oir lU'ighlKirs ilii,nt j-pu ,
ki)QW ljve u'set) it, ond they will tell ypu ilut no medi
cine ' er discoyerpd (KissesSeS the halt of .ts exiraordiiul v
)ieM' fiwuers. 'Ilia rackingpaiusctf ilieuniaii-iiiand luni- ,
ralir jieljiiiafewiniuutesio iUioweiliilly aqotlyne pn
ern "Tlw hm an niaile lo walk." Old niuk, nlueii
ha rendMed the subjuct a linthsonw tliinjt to behold, are
he. II. Thu euk and treiubliiig, iiom deranged stale I'
tl erves. bv the ue oHlos Liuiniout, rej.iice 111 the roiov
e if their l'unner liealih and strength. Many long st. nd-
atlVctious of the liver, lungs aud kidney lareyiohlej
Is u after the i anous reuiedioj lud faiie J. It is 1 ei y
eii.fcieious in curing the diseases of hoies i.ud cattle, inch
as sneeny, sprains, biuises, swellings, cramps lameness,
dry shojlder, splint, etc., and if used m the beginninir, nev
erTails to stop J he further progress of fistula, poll-evil, 1 ing
bope aud spavin.
The public aie cautioned aguiist another o.iunterfiit.
wlnclihafclalelv madeits a,.Knce. lled W'. li. FarrH
Arabiau'Ximmcuf, the most dange-vm.- ol all the cuuiuei
feits U-cau-sr bis havinsr the name ot tarrell. iniy ilj bov
i. :'..i1,iili wilLonllhe knovledge tliat a eomilreii ei-
IL fcidtliarvdll llljaps ojily dintfovtsr theii enor ivheu
Bi iff3 l-mmihtvrreats.
The genuine article is insnufacliil only bv 11. G. Pairell.
.i'. i..r .i.l iminiiotiir. and wbol Sale dtuiifist. No.
lOUS iuiiihij; ' 'J .'-'H 1
17 Main street, iWia. Illinois to w hom all apihcaWs for
Agencies must be addressed, lta wp you gel .it wit I. the
letters II- before I'arrell'S thus 11. C i Al.RhLl.-
pd hi -igsature op ttio wrepiver, auvr VmS i.'Av V
SoldTiy CARl WuiGHT A-RMLO.N tj,
6nd by regular autboriwd agfcuLs throughout the United
Price 25 and SO cent, and ?l per bottle.
AUBNIS WANTSU ry town, village aud bainletin
be United States In whiahoueis not thready ejtabluhed.
ujll. fi. Karrell as above, aoconipaniiia jriui gooM re-
fffrri.ee as t character, responmbility, ic
TELEGRAPHED FOR THE UNION AND AMERICAN.
). ARRIVAL- OP S9iBl STEAMSHIP
A. I 1 (I II I A
New York, Sent. 3.
mi , n, ..i ' -.i 4i.: .(,',,
?lie Steamer Alfcwtic arrived this afternoon.
oalesof Uotton lo.WV Dales, i-iuur iiua auvanceu
i 1 r 1 1 : - i
one shilliri'r'and six"nenee.
Parliament was nroro'ruad by the Queen, who
i said she had good reasons to hope that an honora-
f . . . . . i . i.v , . . i i t
nie arrangeineni oi uie jicui uuauuu-wuuiu oe
Lonl lalmerston stated to tho House o'f .Com
nious that he is coufident that the Czar will -evacuate
the Principalities without unnecessary delay.
A slight outbreak reported at Sierra. -
The remotest intention of Austria to occupy Bos
nia is denied. . ',
Capitalists arc wanted to construct a ship canal
from Sib'stria, on the Danube, to the Black Sea,
thus cutting off the bend in the Danube, and Kit
ting its mouth entirely in die dominions of the Sul
tan. Napoleon fixes the uniform rate of import duties
on breadstuffs at 2i5 centimes 'to December 31st
Lntil that date no tonage duties are to be charged
on ships importing, and arc to be charged prorata
for parts of cargoes.
The text of the Austrian protest against the
United States, in the Smyrna affair, lias been
published and sent to all tho Eoreiprn 'Ministers. . It
takes the ground that Capt. Ingraham has broken
the international law, as explained by Yattel and
other eminent jurists.
The Emperor of Austria has bctin affianced to the
Princess Elizabeth, of Bavaria.
The import duties on breadstuffs into the Sicilies
has been repealed, and the export of breadstufls
The Giiinese imperialists, assisted by forclffners.
have been repulsed in an -attempt to retake Shal-
Advices from Yenezuela states, that tho political
disturbances nrc nearlyseltled.
Have had two more earthquakes at Cumana No
New York, Aug. 3. The Crystal Palace was
lighted bv gas last night for the first time.
. New Orleans, Sept. 3. Interments in last 24
hours 111), or which 90 were of yellow fever. It
is estimated that there are only C or 7,000 unaccli
mated persons in the city.
Markets ver' dull Com, prime, 70a75; Bacon
sides Jc, shoulders a7c; U.it3 42a44c
Cottqn On Saturday one sale of 1,400 bales,
middling, at IOjJc.
Twenty-seven interments at Mobile, including'22
of yellow fever.
The Battle House closes to-morrow.
Pittsburg, Sept. 5th. River falling, with 2 feet
2inche3 water in channel.
Cin'cixxati, Sept. 5th. Weather warm. Flour,
active demand but no sales. Sales of oats at 40 cts.
Whisky 20. Provisions steadj and unchanged.
100 hhds. sugar sold at' full prices.
tST" Dr-Goods Jlea-lianti purchasing goods in Nash
ville areiespectfully invited to examine, before purcbas
ing elsewhere, an entire new stock of Staple and Fancy
Fall Goods, recently purchased of direct importers in New
Yolk, I'hiUdelphia and Boston, 011 such terms as to
confidently assertto dealers genfMlly tint they can
make it to their advanlaj-eto call and inspect their stock
to be oiien.1 about the 25th inst., at Xo.7, College street,
by (augy) L.U.F1TE&CO.
JUST RECEIVED THIS DAY
. " J. nnOTOE, Merchant Tnilrir,
Kb, id, CdUge Street, Kli'ltcilU.
GRAHAM'S .MAGAZINE for September is a besMtiful
Number. Subsci iption received, aud single copies for .sale
by ceptl F. UAGAN, Agent.
" fJnMmTANT aurTvax.
T plIE underfilled having just arrived from New York and
JL Philadelphia, he wishes to inform his friends and for
mer patrons, thit he has purchased as Urge and fiue assort
ment of Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing Goods that
has ever been brought to Nashville. They are now ready for
iu?iectioi at his storp, the
WUHI.U'S CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 11, Publio Square,
Ih.irctaken particular pains to have made an assortment
of Krtnt Hizf CUtthlng lor Gentlemen, weighing from 800
lo 350 lbs. and who have always bees paying high prices to
the Merclpuit Tailors.
AliiO, a splendid assortment of India Rubber Goods, and
from tho a?e of t! rears and upwards.
will take narticuUruotice that I can supply them with Cloth
ing and Furnishing Goods cither wholesale or retail, as
low as any one in the city.
AI0, just received a large lot of fine Plush and Cloth
Caps, of rarious sizes, which 1 can sell txctnly-fitt ptr ceut.
lower than au v other bouse in the rity.
cW Hf, cohw all, to M. POWERS'
World's Clothing Emporium,
augSi) 8m No. 11, Public Jypiare, Nashville.
" " NASHVILLE LADIES' COLLEGE-
Charles He, Professor in the' Musical Drpartment
1UP1LS will be charpxl from the time they enter the
MUSICAL DEPARTMENT until the end of the Ses
sion. In case of protracted tickuess, a reasonable deduc
tion will bcnllowed.
Even- PCP1L will receive three lessons a week; the third
of which will be devoted exclusively to the Tlieoryot Mttslt.
PUPILS who with to do so may practice at the College
three thnesa week, at a charge of five dollars for the Ses
Instruction on the Piano, for a session of " months, $30 CO
" Guitar, " " " " SO 00
. " " in Vocalization " " .' SQ 00
'! . " jn Snip-in;; by Note in. CUissez. 10 00
I3it All bills collectable at the expiration of half the Ses
sion. icquest a Class will be opened for instructingin
SACRED'MUSIC. Charge ?5 for the Session.
augSl lr r
f11- v.EVALLAS, teacher of French at tho Academy,
i L will al?q take classes of Ladies and Gentlemen in the
lie would rclectfully refer to F. II. Fogg, Ex, W. F.
Cooper, E.-11 , M. Vaughn, Es.1., R. J. leigs, Eq., Sam.
Anv Couununication left at Rerry's Book Store will be
promptly atleiidpdtp. sept 1 1m
J. G. BE0WK,
( formerly of Vie firm of Ewhi, Brqwn ! Co.,)
in as oneneii. wun an enure new stock 01 urucs.
Medicines, Paints, Oils Perfumery, Ac-,.'
i'A on Ihe site foniierlroccunied br the old finn.
No:-4, College-street, three d&tirs frpm Union, where be
n ill be pleased lo wait upon bis old friends cm) citiiens gen
erallv. Particular attention is given tq Physicians' Pre
scriptions, which will be tilled with 'accuraoy and dispatch.
Sur.(iiCAL Instci-mesw, comprising Pocket Cases, asort
pj; Pofkt-t Vial Cases; t-everal new patterns; Spcculums,
aioped; Midwife, Amputating andTrepanning lnstinuicnU,
in cases or sejarate; TtKrth Forcep an Keys; Slelhescopes;
Cupping Apijaratns; Stomach Pump; Llisscchon )nstru.
ments, Ac., Trusses in eveiy vtirifty qcomplcteagsorlmeut
orevery'l'i" usually kpt ii) this bneiuav bp fomid at
qnrT J O. BROW N t.
1 1 EJI IC A 1 jS. A large Mock, anil. fron the' be-st
l'nauufactuiprs, some exceedingly rare, never before
bronght tu this market. Attention of Pliysicians tq tlis
partuf 'my stock is reject fully solicited, ..,
aui7 J. M. nuu t
l-HMtlnTlTA ARROW ROOT, Warranted per-
U fcclly pure and freoh; full supply at
J. G. BROWN.
I ji 15IJ IM'.II ERY In everv style, French. Gprman and
AiHerioan Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ac , Ac..
Tooth Powderand Pale. Piver's Aromat'c Vinegar, Gleuns
iUae Brtii's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and while Windsor
Soap, BarWrs' Soap in 1 lbbsrs together with a genera! as
sortment of Plain nd Fancy Soaps l'a'r Bnishes, Ic&c
Shell and Buiralo lli esiiigand Fine Comb', Ivory do. Pow
der Puirs and Boxes, Lillv White, Alabaster, &c
-g j :;Rla( TEA HAN V. I have s tW supply of
'the b--t qualities urt'eas, jmt up by this Company.
jt isilie saine luruu.'fly kept by Ewiu, Brown i Co., which
t-.ne Mich general saluluction. ine .e 1 ms uura mapK
' Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to
' anv hi thus mai Let; jlsOj 'l'cas ill waqll Stilvv '
' cich, aua" M Q BRO.W A.
' ?"T .Vii:U-SS WATER I have made arrangements
I V ) ' i'1 Leep a'coiWuut supply of this attr, whipli 1 rpceive
duect from tho Spring; v gross just received..
OTN'WXHE 07Tl descriptions anil best quality;
O His., FliiprPt'W, assofte J sizes. nT,.v
1 A 11 Itlill HIMt 1 1 VI J
POLES 1W just received;
J5 aim a bill assortment t'f Fishing Tackle, Limerick
llw.Vsur Snoods pointud Poles, Ac
J. a. BROWN.
70RTJI K II AIR- Lvons' Kathsrioii, Bogle's Hype-
I ion 1-
i'liuJ, Bairv and Glirchugh's Tricopherous at
J G ilROiVN.
C'PA UCI!.- -t.. boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
O als.1. suiieriiir article of coniilrv made Starch.
1 " J. G. BROWN.
r'jii"fir NtTlin. -A latge ltH pf Rummer afldWint
1 ler, slut hummer mid intpr mixed.
Mlffi J. It. IHIUW .1.
NR .1 U Iil.l -:s-S7arkbii5Jelii7iue, Coojier's Slieel.
"ll'issi-i Sheet, aud Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot of
t'timinnjf Htincts. amg7 J. G. BROWN.
1 EX1 JftJTON M USTARD, in h,, U, and 1 lb Cans;
1 fiesh and just icc'd. 8Ug7 J. G. BROWN.
rj:ANT I'OWlJERSand Brown's Ess. Jamaioa Gin
irer. White lrfad. Red Iad, Clirome Yellow, Chroma
Grren, Ac. laid Oil, Linseed Oil. Turpentine, arnisli. 4c
aug7 J. tl. BROWN. 43, UOliege si.
" SCHOOL BOOKS. . ,
We are prepared to fui ni-h Colleges Aoadomies Ac, with
everv vsrwty of Sclnxil Rooks at tho lowest prices
' TOON A RUTliANI).
iTORIC ItO.X KS.-Just received a variety of elegant
V Work Hoirs: also some plain ones.
Al 1 LKS & JUCU11.14.
DOWNTNG'S EtTKAL XS3AYS.
-W. T. BERRY & Co., have just received
RURAL ESSAYS. By A. J. Downing. Edited, with a
Memoir of the Author, by George William Curtis, and a Let
ter to his Friends by Frederika Bremer. This jiosthumous
volume completes Mr. Downing'a works,'vd, with Illustra
tions on wood and portrait.
"These Essays are among his be3t efforts from their fresh
ness and beauty otstyle, we predict for them a more extend
ed popularity than has attended hi previous works. His
other books-are prose, while this is poetry, the poetry of na
ture In no modern, save Wordsworth, do we God such a'
jittfitl appreciation of her charins.-iVutoliiX,jA-(7.
'Tlier are all remarkablp alike for the pleffance of stvle.
originality of thought, and tiie great experience with which '
mey uaic ueen prepares. i.ue wort win oe-weicumeu uj
the many admirers of the lamented author." Button Atldt.
W. T. BERRY & Co., have also received
1. DOWNING ARCHITECTURE-OF" COUNTRY
HOUSES; including Designs for Cottages, Farm-Houses
and Villas, with Remarks tin Inferiors, Furniture and the
best mode of Wanning and Ventilating; with S20 illustra
tions. 2. DOWNLNG'S LANDSCAPE GARDENING-' AND
RURAL ARCHITECT U.RE Fourth Editiorf-EeviseJ, .1
vol. Svo, with numerous illmtratious.
"A masterly work of its kind." London Athen.-eum.-
"The ablest woik 011 this subject." Silliman's Journal.
"There is no work extatrt that can be comparediu utility,
with Dowuing's on this subject." Louisville Journal.
' RURAL HOURS. By Miss Cooper. A Diary of Country
Life. New Edition, with Index. ISma
''Avolume which has long been u desideratum In our
American Literatuie. It is far superior to Howitt's ''Book
of the Seas in." Prof. Frost.
"A delightful book for Summer reading. it discovers a
new world of interest in vegetable aiid auimal life - in late,
river, forest, valley, momitam.and sky." Com. Adr:
lIARPERrS MAGAZINE. Harper for September, re
ceiredhy W. T. BERRY & CO.
GEORGE W. COOK,
AII0BOY AILAWAHD LANDA"GENT.
Wnco Village, Texas.
WILL attend to the collection of debts, and the investi
gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas
referexces. HoiL-O W. O.Torrox, Hon. Natojin-Giuttv,
' R. G. M'Kixxur, " R. L. Ridlkt; .
" R. L. Carctuehs, ' Auk CAitriuEits,
Johx Ij. Briex, Governor W'Jt B. Cammjell.
aug31 twly ,
Tl TIL, COOK can be found for a few days at the ofEe of
JjjL. Halbert 4 Brien, Cheiry street, No. 5. I
augai i w '
TVTOT1CE. I shall in a few days be iu receipt of my
XM Fall stock of .
Comprising all the latest and most fashionable styles for
Parlors,-llalIs Chambers, Ac., together with a large Variety
of Fire-screens, Window Paper, ic.
W. W. FINN, 41, Market SL,
septl tf between Union aud ilia Square.
L VMSS inVMU -rV
PARIS FANCY BONNETS
AND MILLINERY Q00DS,
W Dm Ecr impoj: ta tioks.
MOST respeclfully I call the attention of the Ladies of
Nashville aud viciuilv, to our stock ofFauev Bonnets
aud Millinerr Goods this 1-all. Thev will eclipse auvthimr
ever opened in the United States. Being a direct importa
tion from Paris and the Eastern Cities, having taken near
three months to purchase every thing of the newest shapes
and styles for Bonnets, Head Dresses and Millinery Goods
in all its new, novel, beautiful and enchanting styles, com
prising nearly $20,000. We do trust our Lady friends will
pationize a well couductc 1 Millinery Establishment, as they
can thus hare as rich astock to select from as any Ajjlh'nery
Establishment at Paris or Eastern Cities- (lur prices shall
be lower than any of the unprincipled persons that would
run down our Establishment, and profess lu sell their" trash
at lower prices. But we hare confidence in our friends afler i
e:ght years business, that we "ill still have the patronage
aud confidence of them. Getting Fashionable and rich Fan
cy Bonnets and Millinery Goods at reasonable prices, and
punctuality iu woik done to order. We have now in store
a great part of our rich Slock, and will be full and complete '
by the 1st of October, our recular Fall onemnordnr. Sola-.
dies, 'now don't make your purchases of Rich Goods until
you see a fac simile of the Crystal Palace. But theirice o
aamissiou tree, aline i ansiau Jlillincry liamr.
No. 46, Union Street, next to the State Bank.
sept l-tf Agynt
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FARM FOE SALE.
rpHEsubscribor would. c.i! the attention of those who
X wisfi tn pmbajk jn the Iron business also those who
ish to own a handsome and fertile tarui, to the fullowiiiL'
property which he offers fur sale.
1st. Jackson Fumaceaudlauijs, say about 3.00 acres.
This furnace is nn Beaver Dam Cieek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the Suite, beiiiir
47fpethigh. The furnace, except the slack, is uuw being
rebuilt, and will lie roauyto put m blast by tlie 1st of No
vember. The routeof the North Western Raihuid. as sur
veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore is un
surpassed, and thotimber and giounii admirably adapted
Also. Belleview Furnace, and about 300 acicsof land.
includins the Dickson ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, aoout three miles South tf Cliarlotte. There is a
good water power, and also good fanning lands attached to
Also, the aiiey torge on Jones Creet, and about 3..-
00 acres of land. The tall is 23 feet, and the head uf waler
immense. There are some very fine farming lauds iu this
tract, aud it is altogether a ir,o;t desirable location.
Also, the Mill CrecK property and Duck Hirer oie bank
in Hifekmau eqqnty, Tenuesseo. The Mill Creek sites of
which there are five or six, present the best water powers
for the siie of the stream that can be found in any couritrv.
The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest deposife of ore in
the State, and the ore can be procured w ilh less labor than
at any bank iu the country. It is within half a mile of
Duck River, and tlie lands around arc coiered with the
best coaling timber.
Also, tlie Lower Tunnel, at the Natrows of Harncth. in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of ln4 for
buiUings aud machinery. It is unneccs; arv to speak of the
water power at the Narrows of Harpctlu i is 'known, to
every one, and twen,ty-OY0yparspf experience enables th
subscribej'tqsppik with, certainty of its grea.t benefits, aud
u,(u"lne3. It is, ipdecq, only toh5aecnto.be appreciated.
Lastly, my u unamson rarm, on union l now resiue, anu
which iorlieautyand fertility is second to none The house
is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip
ion. it is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also
,Ty the Nashville and Iranklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashville and 7 from Frankliiu It is a "meadow
farm." watered by Littlellarpeth.and the best evidenre of
its quality is the hay produced on it this year, which ftl!
who haveieen it. pronounce it the best thfty'havtf ever" seen.
It is altogether one of the most deirabto farms for beantv
and profit that is in the Soutli-west. It contains about 50 I
Tlip aliove oronei tv is offered for sale, not for the nurnose
of profit or siieculatfon, but simply from the lac that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of !
the care, necessarily iucident to so uuteh real property lo
cated at different jxiints, and renders him unable to give it
that pcrspn'al attention which it requires.
Any ong wishing to purchase any of the above propertv
wilj please call BHiJie subscriber "at his i esidence, or u J.
dress him at GuodSpri"g P. 0., Williauifou county. Ten.
neescc. augSl Ini M, BEI.L.
Cincinnati Euijuirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, lS.it, Hiid Sond bill to this otlice.
"VTEGRO EsT'OR SALE. The subscriber lias sev
JLN cral families of Negroes that he will sell at private
sale to perrons residents in this State, and who intend to
keep them therein. Residence on the Nasi. ville an Frank,
lin furnpike", 11 miles from Nashville. M. HELL.
IV ii?r waf.AWRUAN's music school
4-V1. Commenced on Tast londny. Ymug ladies whose
names are not entered yet, are requested to have thetu enter
ed, as my Hst is ngaiiy full. ' W, WATERMAN.
POVllERTenncssee Rille, in quarter, half and
whole kegs. Tennessee Blasting, in kegs and barrels.
A full supply of the above description of Powder, war
ranted equal to anv in the mai Uot, always on hand and for
sal, by July 15' CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
O AFETY EIJSE.-OO.OOO feet genuine Salety Fuse,
VJ by Ih,
the original manufaclnrers, forsale by
t itrJATUAM, WAiSU.N A UU.
at W. H.GoiinoN & Co.'s., Public Square.
HARDWARE AND CUTUBY,'
FALL & C U N N ING II A 31 ,
N.o. 47, College St,
ARE now receiving thpirFall sppply of JlnnlWitrc
'nd Cut Jew direct from the manufacturers in Eu.
rojie and America, to which they invite the particular alien.
tlon of Mei chants visiting NashvHIs for their Fall stocks.
Their stopk in store SJ Jailv coming to hand comprises a
fujl a?sortiiient of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut
It TV, Guns, and all aHirlesin their line.
They receive Feathers, Wool, Ginseng aud Beeswax at
the very highest market price in exchauge for Hardware,
or ill pjy we"t of debts. auglS
NASHVILLE MALE SEMINARY.
No. IP, Sruccu Stklkt.
r-pHEnext session of this Classical, Mathamatical and
JL English Institution will commence on Thursday the
ls of September, 18."3.
The Philosophical and Chemical apparatus has been in
creased, and a considerable addition is now making to the
building, which will be finished in due time, and will ndil
much to the convenience of the Institutiqn.
Thankful for the past cfinfience Oftho public, the un
dersigned will endeavor to. merit a continuance ofitbvan
assidious devotion to the morrd and intellectual impiirve
meut of the pupils committed to their care
Itoarding pup'ds will be received into the fnmllv of the
Principal. NATH'L. CROSS."
' N. DAVISON CROSS.
iV9i J. DOUGLASS tIROSS.
MUNI ICS, rUHSKS, Ac-He hae li
everv style of Port Monies also an assortment
of handsome Bead and plain SilK t'urscs. lor -sale bv
nll(,11 .11 r.l(S iV .MClill.li.
Ladies" and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 56 College
st reet. .
EUFFLES We have just received a handsome Ruf
fle, detatched from the Shirt, so that the Shirt may be
worn with or without them. For sale by
ag51 MYERS A McGILL
HIUTS! SHIRTS ! Wearcreceivingaline stock
ofSuirts, and warrant them to besuperior in every re
spect. We take measures and insure fits. For sale by
sngUl ' MYERS k McGILL-
FAIjL. and w inteii
IMP OB TAT ION .?0K 1833
f TTORGAN A CO., No. 47,Publ icSioarc, arcBowonen.
F M ing their compiete-Stock of STAPLE and F?pw
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, llatff and. Caps, to which thev in
vite the attention nf Merchants visiiing Nashrille convincei'
tliat snful examination will be found toiheiradrantaire
Our early purchases in the mom "as of April and Mav- in
the heavy staples of Cotton and W Mien Goods, will eikhl
us to offer them to the trade at reduced prices from lh
present Eastern Cost.
Our Stock of Ladies Dress Cocas, Cloth, Cassimeres
Tweeds, Hoots, Shoes and Hats, wilt be found, much lar
We are the Agents for tlie celebrated goods mamifailnr7
by tho LEBANON and SPARTA 3IUls,- which have ri-u
such univdrsal satisfaction '
We will purcliase for Cash ct tie highest, market prices,"
Wool, Feathers, Ginseng, Beesvrax. Jeans, Linsev ami
Socks. MORGAN A CO.,
aug30 No. 47, Public Square."
H. & B. DOUGLAS & CO. 7
Importers and Wholesale Dealers,
No. oi, Public Siinarc, Nashville, Tenn.,
"VfO W exhibit and offer for sale a complete and desirable
swer oi torevjn. aim jjomtsUe pry Good. Jliitf.
lupa, jionntif, t, mvreuax, jioos, preffant, Mute, SHitr,
Carpet liaqt. Writing ami Wravmua Pantr. Ac. Ar.
In magnifude and variety this stock greatly exceeds anv
ever ottered ru this part of the country. The stvle and de-
sigusot our raucy Uoods are unusually beautiful and at-
uatmc. iiw purcuases nave ueen nuue al tlie lowest
points for eacli article, and with every facility which cxpe
ripnm and lurtre rash irir4int rnnLI 'il.a .1.
. r- - w.,. .li v., a. it. Quijuicuio
eicui'uuaie hi uiccunjr iree pavigation in lue Ouio and
Cumberland rivers; so that tlie cost of trausi-ortation is an
exceedingly small item.
We are, therefore, able and determined to do belter fur
our customers anu uiose wiiomay feel disposed to patronize
uo, oauu iuvj bau v eiotmiCIC
We want Feathers, Ginsing, Beeswax, Wool, Linsey and
Y arn Socks, at their highest market value.
augn-BTwam u. i. I5. D0UaLASi CO,
JOSEPH X' DUNTON,
WH0LELALE DEALER IN DRY GOODS.
iw. oi, i u u i tc square, aVa tit Hit, Venn
Full aud Winter Importations.
HAS now open, for the inspection 0f the public, his full
and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Drv
This carefully celected and well assorted stock consists of
uoiiis, uas.simeres fcatmets, bilks, French, English and
American Dress Goods Plain and Faucv Prints, I lata. Caps,
Bonnets, Umbrellas Carpet Bags, aud stufl' Jroods of at!
uwing- to tlie favorable purchases he has n'ade with
the:Easterh markets, he can offer the greatest varietv and
best selection at the very lowest prices tht can h 'ci,i
1 invite purchasers to give me a call before making their
purchases elsewhere, guaranteeing to suit them in every re-
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax, Wool, Linseys, Vara and
vuumij t ju-iuceoougni auuie nignei marKet valine.
ang21 J. P nnvTrtv
AI. 70 aqJ'l, J'uliio Square, KatJuiUe, Tennesste.,
HA VE- now in store and offer for sale an extensive assort
ment of AMERICAN AND FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
In part as follows, to wit:
Prints All the uewStvlesin great varietrofp.it terns
also, a large assortment of Blues, Greeus, Black" aud White.
I.iiisc s. In rich bright colors, Plaids, Reds, Blues,
Satinets.. In Black, Blue, Stripes, Plaids colors and
Cussimeres. -Fancy and Black, varMy of patterns
Cloths. BlacL:, Wue. BrowiL Drab, Jto.
J'laiiiiels.r,In all widths qualities, and colors.
Blankets. -..In all s.ies, qualities and colors, a very
large nnd varied assortment, of every description.
Shawls. An extensive and beautiful assortment,-solid
colors. Plaids Embroideries, Ac -
Die&s Goods Plain, Black an! Figured Alpacas,'
D" 1,-unes, Cashmeres, Gala Plaids in neat styles and rich
colors. Black, Drab aud figured Worsted Surges.
VESTINGS A variety, of Styles.
X BAR MUSLINS, SWISS MUSLINS,
INDIA BOOKS, NAINSOOKS.
A large as33rtm.ent of Brown Shirtings, Sheeting!,
Bl.ea.ehed, Long Cloths, Oanaburgs, Hats, Caps, Sc.
Which we are enabled to offer npai the most liberal terms,
by the package or piece. We invite the attention of the
trade and niorchauts generally to examine our Stock.
DUNCAN. MORGAN A CO.,
aug"7 tf. No-s. 7u aud 71. Public Square.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
49, PaVJc Square, Nashville, Tennessee,
HAVE now in Store their EXTENSIVE .STOCK
OF FA LL AN!) WINTER GOODS, purchas
ed eoi ly in the seasou, at a much less price than similar
Goods can now be bought, and which they are determined
to &II for UASIf, or to j-rompt cud rejxuai6te dealers at
prices that will favorably compare with purchases made in
anr other market.
In tins Stock will be found a great vanely of
B vtaoeiie Roues,
Points WniTE Goons,
Ginguau, Ikisu Lrxex,
Itooti, Mhoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks,
and a COMPLETE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTH
ING. To their present hoary stock thev will during the season,
make such additions of tlie NEWEST IMPORTATIONS,
as will giro their stock a scrEiiionrrr over any ever offered
in this market.
They are sole Agents for the salo of the superior
Tennessee Sheetings, Osiinburgs, Ac, made by
the I'aimeri and Jlichlaiid CWiwnir, w hich are cheaper
than :uiy of the Eastern goods.
They are anxious to buy a.U tiRdi of BARTER at the high
Ef Nasl.iviHe, August 23, 13.3. Smtw&w
NEW" GOOIsT '
T II 0 JT PSON & CO.
N. 21, 1'Mbll.c Niiuurc. Natilivillr,
HAVE lust revived a largo lot of NEW 000 US, from
the Eastern Markets consisting in part of the follow
A large assortment of line' Plaid Dress Silks;
i. .i .1 .,; .i i.
ALSO, large " " Mantle "
Mouse De Lninc.
Plaid and Plain, of all shades and qualities. A fine lot of
Plaid Cashmeres; also, Plsid Goods tor children's wear.
We have now the best assortment of Ribbons everoffercd
to our customers:
Hain Ribbons, all shades and qualities.
Brocade " " " "
Plaid " " "
Morie Antique " " '
A fresh supptvof Kid Gloves, white and colored.
Plain, Siotteil and Rept, a fine assortment of each; also a
new supply of Black Satin National,
jjiig-ij-lf THOMPSON A CO.
Cases Boots, Shoes, &c.
k. s. hoi7lins & CO.,
AVIIOLES.VLi: AND RETAIL DEALERS,
No. 21 and 3G, Corner of College atvd Union streets,
TJirAEA .U. Beinsr the LARGEST STOCK of Goods
they lu e ever otl'ereil tu this market, and which for qvclity,
price and wristy will eqnal anyStockiu the City.
.Ilerchaiits and all ntiiers making their purchases in
Nashville, will find it In their INTEREST to give our Stock
an examination before buying.
R. S. HOLLINS A CO.
;ggF Feithors, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received in
exchange for Goods at the highest market price.
ugl7 tf u w c
5u0 boxes Fansy Pint Flasks;
200 " " i4 do.
100 " " Ouart do,
"W. H. GOROON A CO.
Z EIGHTH pipes extra Champaigne Brandy;
" .ManettitUos uo;
" A.SieneU's do:
5 quarter casks Malaga l inc;
6 eighth pipe. Muscat do;
2 kegsStiiughton's Bitters;
2 " 1-ssence Pepiierntinl!
Ca ' SUr do;
For sale by aug-. W. H. GORDON A CO.
"I TRAPPING PAPER. 400 bundles East Ten
Y nesseo medium Wrapnincr Paiier. Received per
Railroad this day, and for saleby
augi;7 W. II. GORDON A CO.
TTOLDEX SYRUP. 100 barrels Golden Syrup, a
VJ suiienor article. 100 nan uarreis ao.
rui iale by aug2i
W. II. GORDON A CO.
1)HESEltYLG .SUGAR 1 hhds Elm Hall Crys
tidized Sugar, for preserving. For sale by
aug-7 W. II. GORDON A CO.
TOTICli. By virtue of tend ejtyuuntom the llonnr
1 able Supreme Court of Tennessee, to me directed, 1
w ill sell to the highest bidder, for Cash, ut the Court House
door, in Nashville, on Saturday the sth day of October, 1 8."3,
one tract or parcel of Land II mg and being in the !)th Dis
trict of Davidson County, aud bounded as follows. Begip
ing at the North East corner of James Whitsett's dee'd, and
adjoining the lands ufOrutcher, dee'd, R. C. Foster, dee'd
and Sanil. J. Carter, levied on as the. property of Edward
Vaughn to satifv said judgment in favor of Tihiothy Dot
son, Admistrato'r, &c' L W FUSSEL, Sheriff
aug 23-twtd By JESSE W, PAGE, D. SherifE
FALL GOODS, 1853.
coLERiDr-jrs imaAsY' remains.
COLEBRIDGCS .COMPLETE WORKS. Edited by
PraessbrShedd.- With an Introductory Essay uiion his
Philosophical and Theological opinions. Complete iu 7
yolumesv With a fine portrait in relume VII. Small Rvo.
YoL I Aids to Iteileclion Statesman's JlanuaL A'ol.
II ITie Fiend. Vol III Biography Lileratiue. Vol IV
Lectures ou Shakspeara and other Dramatists Vol V I
Liteiary Remains. A'ol VI Second Day Sermon and Ta- '.
blcTalk. Vol VIII Poefical and Dramatic Works.
We are sure scholars ond theolngiaus irflL be dVUghfed '
with tlie beautiful edition of the works of the great thinker. I
f'rel!rttrUtn- lttt ittc.
A e i are exceeding iejoiced to see the works of Coleridge '
m so oeautiiul and conremnt a form as the present" edi
tion promises to be- The style is excellent; the typography
lsclearanddistmd: matin-Tin all r..r n,
goes, a most readable book -tSyreAwan. '
S!P'2 - TOON A.RUTLAND.4lUnionst.
DAXIEL WKlSSlEItS M'OJUCS, IN Six" 6U
UMES, in elegatit biudings. The Complet- Works of DAN
IEL WEBSTER. With a Memoir by Edward;Everett.l
In six volumes m various bindings.
sept2 TOON A RUTLAND. 44 Union sL
The Pictorial Definer;
Containing the most important words in the Eng
lish Language familiarly defined, and illustrated by over
Tiro ThouMnlEnqravinijt, to render them pleasing and
attractive; by R. pulley.
This work is intended as a Class-Book, from which fo
teach the definition of words in Schools and private fami
lies presenting the studies in'sucli a, manner as ta tender
it pleasing and attractive.
There are more than two thousand objects animate and
inanimate, represented by engravings in this volume, which
also furnish a vastvariety of subjects for young learners 'in
drawing, now so extensively taught in our common schools.
septi TOON A RUTLAND.
ENGLAND AND ITS PEOPLE. -
sr UL'Ca UILLEtt.
COWPER; his singular Magnanimity of Character; Ar
gument furnished by his latter ReUgious History against
the belhsh Philosophy Valley of tlie Ouse Approach to
Oluey Appearance of the Towu Cowper's House; Pallor;
Garden Pippin-tite planted bytne l'oet Summer-house
WTitfen within aud without John Tawell Delightful Old
Woman Weston Underwood Thomas Scott's House
The I'arkot the Throckmortous Walk described in "The
Task" Wilderness Ancient Avenue Alcove, Prospect
which it commands, as drawn by Cowper Colonnade
Rustic Bridge Scenes of the "Needless Alarm" Tlie Milk
Thistle- TOON A RUTLAND, '
septa 44 Union street.
FERN LEAVES, by Fanny Fern;
GREENWOOD LEAVES,.by Grace Greenwood;
MODERN FLIRTATIONS, by Catherine Sinclair;
MILES TREMEMENHERE, "the Love Test;
JOHN RANDOLPH, of Roanoke, by F W Thomas;
C. J. FOX, by Lord Johu Russell;,
REVELATIONS IN CLAIRVOYANCE, by A J Davis;
L1VINO AUTHORS OF AMERICA;
ALEXANDER SMITH'S POEMS;
RU.M PLAG UE, by Zscbockke;
THE SANFEDEST1: Or. A Night with the Jesuits at
Rome. By Edward Famine. For sale bv
augl7 JOHN YORK A CO.
Reports of cases argued and deU-miincd in the Supreme
Court of Tennessee, during the years ISjI-S. By W. G.
Swan, State Reporter. For sale by -
JOHN YORK A CO.,
angl7. No. 44, Union street.
J. YORK A CO. have on hand a complete stock of com
mon School and Classical Books which they oiler for sale by
the dozen or single copy, at reduced prices.
J. Y'ORK A CO. hare just received a variety of srqierior
Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article evtr offered for
sale in Nashville. Ecery 1'tn WarranM.
"THE WIGWAM AND THE CABIN;" Tales of the
Soulh, by W. GilmoreSimms author of "Kalherine Wal
ton," ifc. Ac, in one vol. cl.
THE BRITISH CABINET IN 13.V-one vol. cloth.
READ'S POEMS. The i'wwn, I? I'&omjs Jlvehanan
Head. A new and enlarged edition.
POEMS BY MEDITATIS, in one vol. cl.
NORMAN MAURICE; or. Tub Max op tub People. An
American Drama, by W. GilmoreSimms. Esq, author of
"Tho Wigwam and and the Cabin" fourth edition, revised
MODERN FLIRTATIONS; a Novel, by Catharine Sin
clair, author of "Beatrice," Ac Ac.
A J1EM0BIAL OF HORATIO GREENOUGH, consis
ting of a memoir selections from his writings and tributes
to his geuius. By Henry T. Tuckerman 1 vol. cloth.
HISTORY OF THE MASSACREE OF THE GREEKS
ON TIIE ISLAND OFSCIO, BY THE TURKS, with va
rious adventures in Greece and America. By CP. Casta
.nis. 1 voL paper.
THE LIBERTIES OF AMERICA, by II. W. AVarncr of
New York. 1 vol. cli th.
TIIE PEDESTRIAN IN FRANCE AND, SWITZER
LAND, by George Barrell Jr. For sale by
KOTO'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 Kitto,
D. D, F. S. A. iu six volumes. For sale by
augW F. HAG AN, Market street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
F. Ilngnn, Aw. 31, Miriet ttrett,
Is now receiving a large and complete assortment or
BOOKS AND STATIONERY, direct from 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 WKAFFIMJ PAPER; INK, PENS,
SLATE PENCILS; with every thing in the Stationery j
line. iiiugiy t
LATIN. Greek, French, Spanish, and Italian Text-BooLs,
for schools and Academies. For sale by
augSO CHARLES W SMITH.
DRAWING CARDS. Coe's New" Drawing Cards from
No 1 to 10, for Schools. For sale by
aug30 CHARLES W S.MITH.
GLOBES. Terrestrial Globes, C inch and Ilh inches, for
Schools. For sale by augSO CHARLES AV SMITH.
THE NEW FALL HAT.
THIS DAY OPENED AT WATERFIELD &
ACCORDING mourusua! custom, we shall this day in
troduce the New-Fall Sittle of gentlemen's Hats, si
multaneous) with the New York and Philadelphia House.
The style we have selected as our leading llat is the same
as adopted by all the principal hatters in the Union, and is
considered by all n ho have seen it the Xe 1'lus I'Ura of
hatting. Astheirice and quality of our hats are so well
known, we need only say that our facilities for iiuiimfkciiir -ingare
ample and complete, and our assortment is tho tar
test aud most varied ever offered in the city
aug20 WATERFIELD A WALKER.
ARE respectfully iuviled to call and examine our stock
before purchasing. They will find with us the light
kind of goods, andat low and uniform prices.
WATERFIELD A WALKER,
Fashionable Hatters, No. 2fi, west side Public Square, next
to Gowdey's. amr20
A DAGUERREOTYPE OF TIIE 11 HAD
CAN be accurately taken by that valuable Crati'vmuler,
at WATERFIELD A WALKER'S. By its aid their
manufacture hats warrauted to fit every size and shape of
ASmO RT.1I EN T Ot'Fuiicr llai
L and Caps, with Indies' Riding
Hats of the latest de-
sipis, Just opeued at
WATERFIELD A WALKER'S.
CARRIAGES A BUGGIES, BUGGIES A CARRIAGES,
Aw. .r), CUtrk Street.
THE undersigned has just (inishel and forsale
C Buggies 1 Clarence Couch,
8 Barouches 1 Sit-seat Rockaway,
.1 "Doctor," l family nuggy.
All of which will be sold cheap fur cash or good notes
1 now offer my entire stock of unfinished work and ma
terials, foirether with the cood will of the eslablishnieut.
for sale on accommodating terms to any person wishing to
go into a good business
aug24 Ira tw b IRA A. STOUT.
HN. MYERS, respectfully informs
. the citizens of Nashville, anil the pub-
he generally, that he still continues tlie above
business on unerry sireei, oeiween lyeuarami
Line streets, below the Theatre, where he is prepared to
build Conches nnd Carriages of all kinds to order.
lie will keep conslanlly on hand an assortment of Eus
gies,Raroiiclies,I'li;etons, etc., which he will offer
lor sale low for cast'. Tlioso wishing tu purchase, will do
well to give him a call.
Repairing in all branches dope at the shortest notice and
in the neatest manuer. aug28 3m-
' I. H. M0RT01L
Dealer in Furnitnro and Pianos, Window Shades, look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, Ac,
Union. Street, near Cherry, Xathtille, lennevee.
ALL kinds of FURNITURE made to Order or Repaired,
at the shortest notice, and warranted. apn)7 S ai
.t-e-? XT .
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, &Q.
Coopers Micor Operating TnUCUinj.
Dental Instruments ah'JU
Fine Pen and Pocket Knives,
Silver and (I. E. Catheters,
Sj-ringcs. all sorts,
CaOstTc Cases," "
llawt atul Sitrvnt
IhmlUuj ami V irk Khiees,
ProlMvj, and Slfmat-tSes, S5irificafors,
wii.v. nvwra .lull V.II11I1IOS,
Received atd for sale at the lowest prices, by
T HTI T cr
Sign of JIan and Mortar on Market, opposHe
Unuin street, Nashrillr-.
It is no more the moral duty of man to provide the daily
bread for Ins family while be lives' than it is to provide
against their being left penniless iu the event of his dealli.
JSdia. Journal oh Life .
THE ADVANTAGES Oi'ZlfE IXMWAXCE,
A3 EXHIBITED BY TIIK
NET ACCLWLATED CASH FUND,
Have you Insurance on your life, for tho Bjc
efit of a Surviving: Family, Relatives,,
or Friends I
ARE THEY FULLY PROTECTED BY INSURANCE
ON YOUR LIFE,
Prom, fa laany nils that tnajf arUe from vttttftctd
)Ah, at a numeutttf nuiarrufttHilpirltoi
, cf utter inn iHmty t
ISAAC AEGOTT, SBCr TRLDKCleES. WILSO.V,TErs'T
K m": Poc Jlical
I' 11 O T E C T I O N"
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums said Western Fund
Policies of lusuiance issued at all times ou the most favor
able terms against
LOSS O R DA MA G E
ItY FIRE, OR TIIE
PERILS OF NAVIGATI ON,
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl ly.
' J. II. CURREY,
Gilege street, Xo. 2", ophite Sevaaee lfoue.
T EGS leave to inform his rnends and the public.
1 renerallr. that he hasoriened o rejnilar Cof
fin Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing
and selling in Middle Tennessee, Skiff's Patent Indistiuel
ible Air-tight anil Airxhaus!ed Bnnal Cases the 1W
dow in use for preserving the corps, he will leep a suply
of them constantly on hand, together with an assortment of
all kinds of covered and wood Collins. He is prepared 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 equipage necessary for fune
rals. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats
and Railroads or from the surrounding country will be
promptly attended to. Particular attention paid to pre
paring and encasing bodies lor transportat on. All orders
left at his Furniture aud Collin Rooms promptly attended
to, both night and day he will give his personal attention
to all funerals. Charges moderate.
J. H. CURREY.
V Tt Furniture and Matirasses of every description
made to order and of the best mate rials, and warranted; also
furniture repaired in the best style and with dispatch.
augi7 o ex. J- II- C.
arco.uns, cornklius a; co.,
Funeral Undertakers for the City and Vicinity.
RoohVi corner of Cherry and Spring slreeis.
HAVE made arrangements with the Agent for the sale of
FISKS PATENT1MPR0VED METALLIC BURIAL
CASES, and will keepa constant supplyonnand for funeral
-occasions, together with everything else requisite on such
Persons living at a distance, in tho country or in neigh
boring towns can be wai'd on at short notice, by sending
an order or dispatch to
M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO.
Cornerof Springand Cherrvils.
Undertakers in the city can be supplied with
BURIAL CASES, by application as above.
Ul'ERIOR FURNITURE We
I in..- nn hand n. lanre lot of very supe ?555?
nor r U1..M1 uun, consisting in panut
otwruit nidi Posi and French Bedsteads.
T .t .1 Al.l...,- !.,. . j WnTml i.r.
chairs of every description, Ottomans. Centre Tables, Ac;
together with u larf lot of common Fumit-ire, of the best
lllie IHIKHUUU rfilU -1 ...n . HIM .u.w.w, , ,
material and unsurpassed worKmausmii
all of which we
will sell as cheap, tor cash, or on short credit, as any houo
in tlie cur.
Fine jlnttmsses We are also constantly manufactu
ring a very sujwi lor quality of Spring, Hair, Moss, Cotton
auglS 1m M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO.
2 SOMETHING NEW.
TIIE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
MANUFAOIURING COMPANY, are now offeringi
B57snleu.lid ussoriment oi I'laiuana r.xsnionaoie rur
'"tV nituruat their Depot on Market street, Thomas
fSinew building, (between Union Hall and tlie
.r.. i whirl, tln.y nH'rr at urices to suit ni ircfiasers.
both at'whole sale and retail. They intend to give satislsc
tion to purclasers work warrauted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
to w ith aesimtch. R. H. G ROOMS, Pres't.
W.J.Nancic Sec'y sepl-r
WNTRO attlic S..itli NV-JirilIFuniifivre Factory, ot
goiM SE.S0N1U) LUMBER
liHVWOfi-elof l.t'itKh Waluul PLink--wtile;- -
0,000 do do do Aa ito;
I 50,000 do 2 do do ' dt d -j
100,000 do Walnut Sctmtfing, S feet Inng, 4, SA f!in.sq're
I loe.uoo do'Cheiry Uo" do - -Aaf
10io00 do inch Cherry IK- wtd;
! .'J),lHX do J ihi do ll;
I .WXiO iIo5 do do do:
I 50,n0 do Ash, rengiiJgfrooi 1 V t Hi Hiiflc wiWe plankr
Also, Poplar of all se iwed for OAbiuet pnnwrim.fur ,
which OuirwiW be- laid on detiirry.
; Also. 25oraognodCVHlNhTl M.VUEIKivaHtflil. Uiwh.nu
i rairpric&i will e given in crsIi. ANo, 1 orjsiuj UP-
HOlTERS. Nhui! bid goiKl wofkHWiini-oJ apply,
: J?UJ7 .
FIIIINITU2E. CARPETING. OILCLOTH, Ac.
, rrHE subscriber Iijs jint rrtrnr.l fronii the
East, and is cVrtntaitily receivinjr all kinds oT -
FURNITURE. CARPETING, Ac Ills stock at K&hV
present consist oi almost every arttcli- in his tine of bui--i
uesS, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
' d.i well to call, as he is determined to sell low tor cash or on
I time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
! marchlS College near Church street.
TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAltET-BAGs7
WEhavejustreceivedalar( amlfmea3- SSTT
hortment of Trunks, Can-et Bags and SSirrrre
ot sole, iwg anu kiiisiim jt ry
I-eather Travelins Trunks and Vahses.alsof Saxonv,
ScILl Wiltoiiand common Carpet Bags which wewillsellat'
lowirices. ILS. HOLLINS A CO..
jauia Corner of College and Union sLs.. Nashville.
FURNITURE! FURNITURE! !
T AM just receiving a tine assortment ulrur-,
X nuureoi me latest auu most approeu-- -j j
ed.a'3dwiU be sold as cheap as tho cheapest. Haying o--
1 larged my Ware rooms, I sliall keqi an assortment oi u.'
. bertisup!riorPianos.alsa Wuidow Hudes, Clocks Mir
rors Ac. Furniture of uU kinds made to order. A rt "Je
. .. A '. . n, rilv. Kemeni-
sent nree to me nauroaa or kik --w -
ber 45. Union street Cheap Furniture D?L-jIOItTo;-
ap27 , - " - . -
wiwr Tnrw yiANOES.
TXTEhave received by recejl "rival nine
V 1. rih.& minvalled Pianos madeg
. ' J ' n,t Adam SUidart A Co.. of? ?
various'stvlcsaud sires, which w ilt be sold very fo
1, .ir mnl notesdrtwing interest, aud warronte-I to
...i inaction in every re "pect.
& T lt- ORRPXFIHLl) ACQ.
1 am closini; uii my business with a view it
n-nnaneutly withihuwiiis. Many persons are indeb t-
I ed to uieby note and accouut, some for years end I ho;
they will cut ana pay up wvmoui lur-.ntrueiay or irouoie.
I have reinoveJmy I Wis and Papers to the room a L
ioininir Messrs. W. 11. Gordon A Co.
1 aUg"u SAM SBAY.
EyClNE SOHE1D-AJ1 SCHNAI'S. Weha re
a few dozen of this Cue Lhnor- For sale at a lu vr
pnee at LYONS A CO,
mayl3 " No. 19, Cedortreet.
Nashville xANUFAcnraiNs xmaarr.
I 1Si estabII!I1it is nowprovided witttlacbinef i- ni
".'f0 V C0D,P!ce f the most modern cdastroctioa-
. jit-vuaiiKM sum ms(uiecounirr anorusL Wm
i Wlows- eoUdt0rtJers" Ther areprepared to execu. M
. huchasTO,iwi,fM B,r Passenger and Freight TraJafc
I asseuger. Freight and Repair Cars completed, andalaart
f every UescripUon of work appertainmi: to Rail Roads.
, . STEASl ENG LNiSj.
I Boat andsfationary-from 3 to 500 horse-power-wiih
! boners of the best Tenmut Iron,
Machinery complete for fitting up Sash or Circular S&W3."
ecmplete, with the newest and most approved modes.
. GRIST MILLS.
iMgina and Machinery made for all sizes, completer to
gsther'with llaeliliiery forSogar Mills and Cotton Gins; al.
saAIachinery for Blast Furnaces, emkucing Out Iron CVJ
wdtrt for blast, Ac '
Engines, Cast Iron Rollers, and all machinery' for Roll
ing Mills complete made at shortest notice.'
BRASS AND IRON CASTING.
Of any description, with shafting, mill gearing, inter
wheels, cast iron Bank vaults it, it, made 4 to order.
Address Jons Tuoursox, Agent, i who is practical rca
chcartl.or (be undersigned. JOIIN B. JOHNSON.
J""?' IT a. President,
WIIITE. EMBROIDERED. TIES We hava
just received per Express small assortment ot
hite Embroidered Ties, various patterns. For sale br
aS37 MY'ERSA McGILL.
QUIRT COLL.VRS We have aLso received varierr
O of Collars, of latest stvlesund of bestquality, for sals
hT MYERS & McGILL.
I7ANCY COLORK1) KID GLOVES W are
now prniared to suit every taste in Gentlemen's fancy
colored" Kid Gloves. Best article for sale br
""P-T MYERS A McQILL. .
BLACK KIL GLOVES-Just recrited x lot lt
Black Kid Gloves, finet quality.
aogST MYERS A McQILL.
1ANCYj'COLORI:D HALF IIOSR ve haro
"Just received an assortment of Fancy colored h&lf-hcse,
aug97 MYERS A McGILL.
Ladies and Genls Furnishing Store, 5S College street.
T.TIN ATT C ASYLUM.
rplIK resident and distant Trustees of tbeUospU forth
X Insane in Tennessee, are notified te afid at the Asy.
him Buildings near Nashville, on tlie 1st day of October
next,pursuaittO the act directing the meeting.
auy-'t- lia S. K. COCKItlLL. Prest.
TVf ASUV1LLE FE.1IALE INSTITUTE. Tho
JLs Trustees of the Institute hereby give notice that the
next Session will commence on Monday, Aug 29th, in fi
Session Rooms of the First Baptist Church, under the di
Rev. JOSEPH R. MANTON. Teacher.
Mrs. ANN F.MANTON, Assistant,
Rev Samuel Baker, U I), 1 resident,
Jes B Knowles. Esq.
Dr J W King,. , Trustees.
Dr C K Winston,
DrJ I) Winston,
augT tf w.
DASUEARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
DOBY VS A YEAROOT, Nashville, Tennessee, Coltegj.
1)obv.-s A II iu, lAiuisviHe, Ky.
l)oirNS A lliciimiKo.f, Morssewet. New York.
Dobvns A SrACtuixo. St. Itns Mo.
Dobtns A Yearoct. lemph. Tenn.
Dobtxs A IUkrix'qtox, New Orleans.
At any of the above establishments, you can procure as)
tine Pictures as-eon be had iu any city, of any desired stjb
or finish, ns we have every improvement, and expect to
keep up with any and all improvements. We are prepared
in either city to furnish artists with every article used in the
art. Our arrangements are such, we can furnish stock on
the most reasomOile terms. DOBYNS A.CO.
N. II. Pictures taken in any kind of weather, and Of de
ceased persons at all times.
HAS just received and opened a large and well assorted
slock of Kancv Dinner, Tea, Desert, and Tete-vteto
Setts; Fancy Toilet Bottles, Decanters, Puff Boxes, Goblets,
Pitchers Vases Coffee Cups, Jewelry Boxes, Candlesticks.
Canl Baskct.s Inkstands, Mugs Paper Weights, Toy Setts,
Silvered Bowles. Goblets, and Salt Stands with a great
variety of other fancy articles; together with gtlt and whito
China, Stone, yellow, and common Glasswares. All of
which are offered at wholesale or retail on as reasonable
terms as any house in the west. Now is the time to bay
wares clieap, as they are advancing; and soon I shall ad
vance the prices. faugai 8m) J. C. PARPEN.
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY,
T" R. ROSS would respectfully iuvite ihe
jL attention of the public - iw axd i
IMPnOVEU JIETUOD or INSSRTT IL
TiFn(,upon which he has t ' practicing
with great success. J
The improveHieat oonsistiSw- -on
a vlaieof fmre platiimti, s
compc-uml the teeth and plate art
er, leaving co interstices far the lodgn..
food; at the same time forming an artificial
and life-like in appearance, and which is representee
inside of the teeth as well as out.
Those interested are invited to call and examine speci
mens of this.imprnved method at his operating rooms, No.
07, up stair. College st aagST tf
IMPOCTIE AND DEALER IS
CHINA, GL.VSS. AND QUEENSWARE, an4
Ang.16.1S3 lm XASlIYlLLE, TEX1H
cjSfi Glassware A very large and splendid assorUMnt,
2f3uow in store, cheap far cash or to punctual dealers, at
i;1 1 HlCKs CHINA HALL.
Diippusiviiru The lamest and most complela
'stock ever befbre offeted in this market, embracing
Clr evervthioj' usually kept in ainilar establishments.
for the Country or City Trade, at
Au.18 HICKS' CHINA HALL.
CHINA- In every variety of shape and qua!
-.nirlisli. frencti ami lierniaa manuiacwre.
id Herman manniacure,
lalityaod style can be
6Kiirr than the same
buucht on Broadway, New York, at Rataii or
1 1 run ittni't believe it. try it at
:.,; ' HICKS cniNA HALL.
mtiTlWIA WARE-Plamshsd af Ja-
iiaii'd Tin. Silver Plated and German Silver Ware.
Til.Ii. fiitlffrr. Ac. a wmd assortment. Also. Tor
and Fancy Articles, suitable for Presents. Kitchen nieosill
iu treat variety, at
Sugir, HICKS CniNA UXLL.
P ivR.TieUI.AR. ATTIINTION-Is requested to
theunu-siiallylai-tteand splendid assortment of extra
line TEA, DINNER, UKSaKUT. CHAMBER, TOILETTE,
and TETE-A-TETE SETTS, of French, German and Eng.
lisb mamdacture. Also. 8ne C4, bUrred and Bohemian.
W Tlus stook is fresh from th numufuetiireni, of our own
imiiortalmi, ami super-Kir innacenieuia win uo ""f"
Ti4t and Mivatc Fttimlies. BV do net intend tt v,!er
JmW bvttKW iot i ! ! lur mvrktt.
- i. - . i . - u-. I Mll..n.B' ltnvi I
call is solicited, at
Hicks' Chlva Hau, Nu.45,
,o;ltisle l'uonc rspiare.
A. H. LUCKS.
NasbviHe.Aug 18. m&3. la a
UIANULC U. STBTENSOif. ROBIW L. WHITE-
STEVENSON & WHITE.
A. 50, CoUeqe itrert.
TTlVVE on IwiwlsUirw and desirable slock of STAPLE
J JL AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which they will sell
very d.rap for cash n or ler to leduee their stock, befbra
thev receive tlieir ' f U p irthasos. All of you who Uke good
lumn h wU a tag aud Iwuuliliil slock of Ladies
DRESS GOODS, such as plain, checked and bros
cade Sills; Silk Ui.bcJ. Bemges ao-1 Reroge R.
Ure It.r lieauliful French Muslms J vhSttl "U"
sofi extremely low ftr cash gy-jj.
TrUENCir.VElJILE WORKS. STEVENSON.
V t WHITE have jus received avery large-stock, of
Vrfh Verdi TUWl-. as Collars Sleeves, Chimhetto.
tUyare selling atjerrreduce.1 prices-for cash angi.
Tl oiTsfSFl lt.NISIIlAti GOODS. We bsvejtu
1"L received a large stock of Damask, Linen Sheets and
ijnen bretmP, TaWe Damasks, and a large lot of Plant
Linen Napkin and Damask Towels, which will be sold very
Kofj, by al STEVENSON A WHITE.
i ENT L E3I EN 'S FURNISHING GOODS.
It All von who wish to purchase Cloths Caubserva
Vesting. Linens. Patent Shirts, loiien and 1rilSngPriw
ers. Half-Hose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs OloVriaaii
CruviOscJl i" at STEVENSON A "WHITE'S, No. ,Col
Ice street, for they are selling off very low for Cash, in or
der to make n m tar thfir Fall Stock. qngi
HEW ORLEANS AND NASH7LLLE REGULAR PA
ELLE-KEY, PEYTON A KEY,
CiixAM''R- '1 Ins large sna mspii-
:. .i i ..;;,!!.. nmt nill Inks her olace sialU-c
l"acket in tho aboTe trade as aeon as the- U sufEcient water.
and win continue dunng th- entire seaion.
In point of nieed, coniiori and safety, the BELLE-KEY a
unsurpa-sse,! oti the Western waters; which, tfith the long
experience of her ge-iileo anlv Coaitiandet und the ae-knowleiliiedbusinessceityofheTtUrkMr.IrW-dNorta-ern.)
enables as cmSdently to recomaiend her to the busi
nesk and travelling community. Mr. Northern Will pre
nrumpt personal attniliou totUting orders for Groqmcs, Ac
1 3r-Asharoof patronaee is respectfally solicitei.
JtJJINSaN, 110RNE A CO,
WRAPPING PArtR 100 bondiriCrown. Me
dium and Double Crown WrPgngP.re br
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