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IHkKRi.'.v' "-S .SClHiish-; it-4 i- VOL. XXIV. union ADvRiGA.:!;;;: druog-ists OFI'ICE-No. 11, DEADEIUCIC STKEET. J THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished " to ibwriborsai the fi4Hiwing rates: Single copies, one rear in advance. J2 do within the year IS OOrattlieend I or uie year 54 00. Clom Of five abd tipward.sJ2 00 jr copy nf one year. GlBUfcr Subscribers will be re- ci-ited for sir months at tbe foregoing rates.' he TRI-WEE1CLY isub'.WiJ every Triesday and .Saturday, ct 15 per annum in advAnceSf advance. T.. . ' r . t-THE MONEY" I ' 1J, GASES TOT ACCO&ilTANV Remittances of Mibfcriptinuta b3-.'ade bTtaail'f.i6ari risk, f i ' -i - .v.- : i . v "i.t-m-rrii limrwr ,itciiin uic uuc.-u nt- TOR SUERlrr. iL t-7 t e atr'ltnlirW.sl rt nnmnm T Wi?r candiiUte for re-ekctionto-thu otUce of ieria'f Davidson c-imaiy. ai me iiext,TiIarcIi electiisi. . tW V"e are aulhoriusl niin.:itiiui. .Titv 1 a camUdatc fiirUie Kherifliltv hf Davidson count tiw n; jit auinonr-ii lounnoimce txocu I as n candidate fer Slieriffat tlieensoin'r flpi-li.m We are authorized to announce Wjllioi Lcrox, as DfMnittilaln Aim &t..U..11 ! I . 1- . -I" . .V election. - --', la e are antiorired tJ announce E. It. BiQlirasa' candidate for sheriff, at the ensuing election. CLERK OF-TlIE-COl STT COUIST. i 2afWe r.rp authorized to. announce Jotvn Fisau as a candidate fjr County Court Cleikt tbe ensniD election. SWe are aulaoriited to announce Fun It. Chkatiuk" a candidate furie-election fcrCountv Court Cleikat thoen-' suing eleot ion. e arc authorized to announce Isaac M. Joxes a can didalercrCohctt Court Cleric, at the next March election, ron corxTr trcftec I"Wo ars'sathnrized to announce Jons Rxrx fur n-elsction as (Jjuntv Truitee at t'us eusuSng elecljoji. We are authorized to announce Tbouas Sum.vf.b as a candidate forTri'.stee of Davidson County. e are am named to annwrnce ueoece uuiiim a candidate for'i'nwleaof Dividiou, atthe March election. IS" We are authorized to announce the name of W.K.. nro.Tr.n (Collector as a candidMte forTrti-stee lor Davidson couutr at the neit March elections. Jajiis T. Kapia-vke U a candidate for KcghJcr of the ljnd Office fur Middle Teuuisee at the ensuing tctti;u of the lgilatre. J. U. CUIUIEY, VndcrtAkerand Colliu-malver. Collfjt & tti. At. SS, Anpttilt .'bwmn Ifov'f. BEOS lean- iu iufwnii hUfnend and tbe pnblic,sCKsr-, pcnerallr, tliat be has opened a regular Cof-'35M liu I loam, and havinji boitght the right for juanufaclurinf; and selling in Middle Teuuessee, Shir Patent Indiilruct ible Air4ipht- and Airxbaaed Hunol Cases, tlie bet now in use for preserving the orp,5,'he will keep a Mipply of them conjLAuUyonhand,tignher with au assortment of nil kindiolcnvisred and wood Coffins. JIo js prepared to luruish gwd UeAr$esaad any number of Ilarkit tliat may be wanted; also shrouds of every description, made in the best style, together with every equipage necessary for fune ral. All telegraphic despatches or order from,Sleamboat nnd ItailroiJs, r.r from the surronndinj; country will be unimptlv .attended to. I'anicular attention irnid to nre- tiariiiK and cncasjnp bod'.e for trali'iportat'on. AU orders j left at his Furniture and Cotlia Jtooms promptly attended j to, both uijrht and di.T be v.iil give his personal attention j to all funerals. Charges moderate. i 3.H.C0RREY. N. B. Furniture and Maitra.ve? of every description made to order-and of the bestmaterial. and warrauttd; also lurnuure repaired inhe nest style and witn QispatUu uugi'7 SOMETHING NEW. rpHE SOUTH NASHVILLE FUIINITUUE JLMANUFACM L RING COMPANY, are now oUeriugi fUf snUnd id assortment t-f Plain and Fashionable Fur' Finureat tiieir Depot on Mancet street, Thomas l?gBnew building, .between Union Uall and the rVjuare.) which ther oiler at prices to suit purchasers. both ut whole sale, and retail. They intend to give aati&tac non 10 purcuasers wore Warranted. Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended with despatch. R. II. GROOMS, Pres't. W.L.Na.tt. SecV septf'l CASH!" CASH!! r "TTTNTED atthe Sosth Nasliville Furniture Factory, of W good SEASONED LUMBER . . ltW.OOo fettof li inch Walnut Pkuk--wiJs; 68,000 do 4 do b)- do- do; 0,000 do 2 do dn do do; 100,000 do Walnut ,-tattitling, S feet long, 4, 5 4 C in. sa're; 100.000 doCherrv -do da dn: . . 109,000 do V. inch Chp-rv PUnk wide; y SO.OOfl do V do lo ' do- .-i:L 6),00J do 2 da.,- jdo do: CO.000 do AsWiniiinfrom lVto5 in thick wideolank: Alto, Poplartf Jf wres used for Cabinet purpSM) for wmcu (M'l. will be p.udon det(eQ-. i Also, 95 orSO goo-l CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom j fair prices will be given in n!i. Also, 1 or 2 good IIP HOLSTERS. Noue bul good workmen tieed apply, i anl7 j "l'aFfnxuEETruHiaT0EE! i T ' I AM just reeeivingii line as .ortment i,t'ur-j?LiM j nitureof the latcl-und ti.ht approved w&-SSj , s tyles, which will be warranted as recotameud-l ' " ' , ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having en argel my WariToaras, 1 shsll keep'au n.'.'ortmeiil ot Gil- ! belt's superior PiMo, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir- i ror, Ac. FaniUtirs if alt kiBds made to order. Atticles t sent fieeto the Railroad orauvwhere in the citv. Renicm- i ber 45, IJni.iu stivet. Cheap Furniture l)efot. ap.'7 I .11. MUK'IUA r J VALUABLE I20NPB0PESTY AND FAEHFOESALE. , rnllE subscriber would oaU the atteutioa of those who I L wish to embark in the Iron business, also those who wish to own a handsome and fertile farm, to tbe following pror.ertv which be ottei-s tor sale 1.- Inrl-ii. Riirntsi. nliil lands, cav nK-ioi 9.VHI fl sr I Tlus furnace is ou Bearer Dam Creek, Dickson county, j Tennessee, and the stack is tho laigrst in the State, being 47 feet high. The furnace, except the stack, is now being rebuilt, and uillbe readr to puiin blast by the 1st of No- 1 vember. The routeof tlie North Wesleni RailioadaA sur- i Tevr-d, passes immcditttWv by the Furnace. Tlie ore is nn-' surpassed, and tbetin.ber and grmuu'i admirably adapted J for coaling. " I Also. Belleview Furnace, and abont"r.00 acres of land. including the Dickson ore bank. Tins 1 urnacc ls on Jones Creek, about three miles StmthcX Charlotte. Theie is a good water power, and also good farming lands attached to fliis property. Also, the Vuliev Fergeon Jime' Creek, and nbout S., 00 acres of land. ' The tall is 36 feet, and the head et water immense. There arc srnie very fine farming lands in this tract, and it is altogether a most desirable location. Also, theiMill Cret-k projierly and Duck River ore bank in Hickman coiiuti, Teuoeee. 1 lie .Mill wecK sues, oi which there are five or six, present the best water power for the siieof tlie-s-tieaui that can be found in any country. The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest deposite of ore m the State, and the ore can be procured with less labor than at anv lank in the iwuntrv. It is within half a mile of Duck" River, and the land's around are covered with the best cooling timber. , Also, the IOWer Tunnel, at the Narrows of Haricib, m .lavidsou coontv, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for -HliiiiUiiigs and -.nselmiery. It istmnecesrary to speak of tho water iower t the Nnnows of Harpcth. It is known to every one, and twenly-Dve vears of experience enables thn mbscriber to speak with crtainty of its great benefits aud usefulness. It K indeed, only tobeseen to be appreciated. Lastly, my Williamson Furin, on which I uoV reside, aud which lor beauty and fertility is second to none Tbe hous-e ii.m'.ilitvisthebav tiroduceil on it this jcar, which all who have seen it, pronounce it the host they have ever seeu. ltis altoo-ethernne Bf the most desirable tarms for beauty and proft that U iu the Sonlh-ivest. It contains about 5ti0 1 C-n!'o olir-i. nrnrjrtv is offered fir sale, no! for the ptirposo ! f profit or sieculati'on. but simply from the fact that . tlie subscriber s health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of the care, necessarily incident to so much real property lo cated at dm'ereut ioints, kiul renders him unable to give, it that personal atteation winch it requires. Any one wishing to purchase any or the above property mil nleasecall on the n.bsciiber ut his residence. or ad dress him atGoodSjTilig P. O-, Williamtoa countvi Ter- rjeesee. aug'l 4m M. BFJ.L." ) Cincinnati Enquiier will publish tbe above uutil the 1st ofjanuary, 16M, and seifi bill to this ollice. I "VTECJROES TOR SALE. The subscriber has sev ' mn iiwiiuf ..g.w .s... ... sale fo persons residents in this State, and who intend to keen them therein. Residence on tho Nashville and Frank. era! families of Nejrroes Hut lie will sell ni private i a- . .. 1 . I. : . I .. 1... . .. lin Tarnpike, V miles Lorn Ni-hviHe. M. 11KI.1. aiignl 4m. SOoTillVARD. " r) ANA WAY from ihe ..ubscriber on tbe night of It, ihe Srd iott. his uecn. boy AMOS. He isabout il vears of ace."h fee' '.' or 1 " inches high and weighs. abOtl 101 PI'UIIU. llf is u oiil;ii. imuauu, ua. 3i t dut , liair nnd blue eves, flid ill no doubt attami.t lo pas him- ;' .. It ...,1 1,.. M .iff . ... ... i . it . . i.:i. i... i.... .........p.. Snartanburg District- and was pnrclmsed l.v Cap!. Jai Slt as a v. line iinu. m ,.n . it.!., i, . , ' . . James i BondsofSpartanbiirgC.il. He i' pobalil lurking tu the ViCimtv Ot-lr.ai u 11, or uiienijii up urcuoe ion free State." 'He rode off a sorrel hoie tin or twelve yeirs old which ha a scar 00 btb shoulders caused by warts, tnd is shod beliiud, is owe in gaits and steps tliort, holds a tine head, is stihk Verr rflttchivbore tire eyes and inclines ?o beSil. The abWe reward rf VUTV DOLLARS will be given fer the rrpprcbetiskin ol tbe bo) sud horse; the boy to bi lodged in anv jail in the State. All expenses for keeping the hrrje will also be paid. Neuborrv. S. 0. July, NKr.u sept 4 tf . - " - ' ' KOIJANS ! 1IKOGANSI! SW pairs Negro BrogatiS oonsieung of Home innde and Eastern S1ko. which we offer at very lew rates. Farmer and all others in vi ant of good and cheap SIwe, utmlddo well "to give us a call befote buying ' Also, a large assortment of hip and Water proor and Negro Buots, suitable for thcapjehiae ffl low by oc 5 btw ' -. R S. HOliIilNSA LO. ORN WANTED. f vvtsbtoparchsseONETifOU- SAND BARRELS i-f Gjrn. ,-. ttl4 1m A. HAMILTON. th----.--7'-- ".V. ,"..,,.,".:,,, ,! .t- -mere are one mi irt- niKi (itiwiimiiinirsui mc lutm uc?ji u- bv the Nashville and Kanklin Turnpike It is 11 nules ".e'tmrnber of pati rrom Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow , numucroi pan .i..rl l.v Little llarMth. and the best eiideure of. l"eyear. S .- , 1 i -aS Ix'i .I! L Ninv nave T?rtrtii: f ' NoTS-l, College street, tlu:ee doors frni doors frora-Xnjonj where li1! old friet! J. :uTd Sl;zen' 4 will be pleased to wrutiipon 1 1 twn- emur. ; V:"Irs?sr AmaraUjs Momacli I'umi; Rictiou.Jiislfpci c;eats. Ae Tnusesineven- TsrieiracoQj:leioassortmeuf.i ofevmthb'iwwllvkttinthisflBfiffcirVoundst " S"?. 7 .. ,j v, , Jfwi. - .vo. lillOWN'S, : OUliaiKULS.- A lars mock. wdsYriin the oe-t brmijrht to tbta. inatit.et. .Attauti;of i'byicidt)$ -,to thii partot fflyttockilfu5lv'kitclw.- . - - Unnijjni lo I hfi. inai ce ; TIJiOZUlA AllIloVvKOO'lUiVnirinted-iier J-t ieaU-pureiimllrcOirfullwuplv Ktf ' - '-". P V.V TEA CO jI iXS X. have'a full iippi?Tf ttic best qualities fT-a, put up bv this mrdtiy.-r It is the sains formerly kept by Kw'ur, nnj,u i Co.. which gavetuclirenerat Siitis-fiictton. The Ne Plus TJIt'i-a'EUck Tea nud Plantation Imperial arc-th.wght Uil? snffeKor to .any m thij market; also. Teas in .satin caddies. sx a. lbs each. aug7 , . .. , ,,, .I G BROWN. OOIVGUESS M -VTJlit LJisve jiwdd.artceids to keep afcons taht r ifjjplv oflhlsiralfr? wliich'l receive direct from tha'SpruigjS ctoJf justreceivt-d . augT .1 W BROWN. QTONE V .UlE Ofall dcprusnM ?stqna!t.S KJ also, t lower tWS,aS0rtedHiC3 aug J fi P.R0.WN. t rAJIOOri.SlJIK(; I'OI.ES HfWjiwt received; j JD ako, a full uv'ortmeat.cf Fislpng Jackie,, Linicrick" I Hooks or.Sndods, rioiuted Hilts, Ac. ' " l ' i ' ' ) -augT, -i i. Ok BROWN.. Ir0 THE IIAnt-Lvoirs' Katharkra,il!leJs Hyi. . rion Fluid, Bjrrv and ClirchughtSirriaijihwoits. at-. nug7 J .1 i RRMVX CVTAIICII. I,', bgxes PitictorA UambliVPe! 1 Statch 'I n"iivi iwi aituic vn iauuu iihiuviuaiyii, , t ... . UKNIV SEED. A'large tit ofuWrSet- enfiviui JL ter, and Summer and Wimer mixed. ' aug7 .. , Ji fi, 1PWN'. ,: IT'OE-J EL LI ES. Sparkln-g Gelatiue, ioper,iane;t Uiiisia Slieiit, and Shied Isinglass; alto, a J3i,e lot of Flavoring Extracts. ' augT" " H. tr. 11ROWV. L'exixgtox jn-p,iiiii.7.'nii7caiiiv fresh and just rce'd. ' angf' ' J. (K'BROWN. YEAST POWDERS Sad Brown's E-s-..lama!ca G!n 'gcr, AVhitc Ijead. Red Jtad. Chrome Yellow, Chrotno Green, Ac. I jrj Oil, Liti'eed Oil. Turpenliue, Varnish, ic a"g?' .1. 0. BRqV.-N, -.College the hasard pow BPjU com'pa'nyV. ' Of IlaiarJvillj, Coanecticut, a. o. hazard: ' pres't. " a. t. dolt.lass, SEi'r. HB.VTINUEto furnish Gun Fender of nil thSrwc!!-' '.Mediines Paints,. Oil, , Pcrfdmem iifOT ' E,"-'SW&1? " iL on the oite ffirmerlr ocamifid lir .ti clA .fimrWJiU ' - 1 nCpiia n 'j eo; l octtt ial Lase:.; jrn-a! new jutterns; Sptlinnf, j WJ v. t ToothTowderind Fa-U-.J'ivci- Aioinat'c Vineear. Cleans . I7rn:r? e i-i-vrvrii i , r i'. I . .... -..nil iaimi. M iiiyim. .i.i.r ' i . v-....i..am . ' ' fin HirWfcianin 1 1frfi.llVi bilxtitnu-S."n"iKii..r! niji "SPpt "2 If J sortinent ofljaia p(ir!cyapi,Jlair riubfti, Ac.&c. , Mime oueii auuiiuuaio iire'piinu riuev omu', ivory up. 1 ow- - -t derriinsandUoxcJ.lfiliy Wltile, AfcUicr; &k- t 1 l u S jfe known brands, Aicly Tlifi,' American Sporting .JrlL UgWafcn in kegs, half nnd'onniier kegs and cauuisiers "' I 'of oue pound each. Also, a full aisortment of Powder for UIjASHAIi .A1J .in. int. purpose, 'tlieieputattotioi tnr Uun rmvder isto.1 well j known to require my Powtltr iViW, Norlh-east conier-of-theSquai ?. S. H. L00M1S, Ag't forthell. P. Co., augi&tr ... Nasbril!.1, Tejin. WALL PAPEIUL-Jnstr--ceived, 2.0i'O bolts of those beautiful FrenCh'I'apers, for Parhws, Halls. Ac torrether with a splendid'. assortment ot Gold and Velvet Eorders, Fire .Screens, Win T toi dov.' Curtains, Ac. 'P0n hand a large assortment crnnghced Papers, from 10 U 2ft'cts tier bolt. . . - , " KLAGES A G0RBEY, No. 20, Cbilgesfreet, rieifdoor to the Sewanea House. julyll " " ?1 W. W.PINN-, 41, MAHEEI STJtEET.v s-i 8 E T W i IN br Pill HANGINGS. A large Ji and beautiful variety. dr?X fSS' l)ccorntiv Wnll l'np-ri, all triiCi. the latest French designs. Holders, Window l'ajicr, Teater and'Cen. tie Piecfs, a large asiorfrneiit "' , from 12Hf to 25 cts. per Bolt. 1IU1. t-llMlUl-llI U,....- Ifc.t-.- . All fur .-ale. atul titcif roi: i;afh. jlllr?"' . . juai xiiiUii.r.iJ jiiiu xua as.c . , ' 1 AT THE Clark Street Coa:h Factory, rco.ri, ' THE LATEST STYLE BUGG1CS, BAROl'CHES, ROCKAM'AYS AND FAMILY" CARRIAGES. fT Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that -f-n Stout s Coach ohop is on.tiiiA KK .iLi.iir;i. Jul? H IRA A. STOUT. thosas uoiGr. S'KLSO.'i WALKKR. JIODGE Ai W AI.liER. ' Barbers, IIair-Dr.ssrs, Ac, ftc, . Xa. Y (Xihir ttrrrt. TTAVE opened their new esfablis'umcnt, and ofler to their Jj. citviomers and the public in general inducements nev- i er. before ofTered in this cilr. Ilaviug newly fitted up ouf t lioiisc,'Ve feel confident that all who give us a call will leave' tvell satisfied. In addition to Bartering, Hair-Dress- j ing. Ac., we have large, commodious and neatly furnished Bath-Rooms. These'are, the. finest in tbccit.w and asfo , a salutary effect our.rsire water has upon a winried and fntte bo.lv. augS lt UNIVEKSITY OF LOUISIANA. HELICAL DEPAET- I rT-iiiP..inn.,nl,,ror.l:t:s ,', ihVs. D.rtment will ! ,.MTfi, ...... r. . . J I I muZ n MOM) VY. November 14. and ill ter mititn in 1lip pnsninn- March . : . ' 3AMEs,joxE( Jl D, Professor of Pracjice t ' i l J 1. KIbliELL, .11 ii, i roiessor oi viisinisin . Waurkn Stoxk. M H, Professor of Surgr rv. A H Cexas, M D, Professor of Obstetnc. A J WEiOERurn.v, M D, Professor of Anatomy. GcstaVis A Nott, M D, Professor of Materia Jfedica.'- Thomas IIcxt, M I), Professor of Physiology and Pathology. Cokxmjis G. IIeauo, it I), I demonstrators ot -i SamlilP. Cuopn.v-,MD, f Anatomy. r The rooms for dissect :ng will be open from the thud Mon- i dav in October to the First of Aprih ' ! The Faculty are Visiting 'Physicians nnd Surgeons of the j. Charity Hospital, and attend thisinstilutioirfibm November" to April. The Students acconitany the Piofessoi-s in their , visits, and tlius enjoy extraoidinaiy practical advantages, r e . ' irceoi eiiieiisc, , . , , , : , i 1 i,'.. ; .i:.:...jl -if.i-aji..t..ii.:: 1 inousanii paucnis presci lueii ior uaiiy in itns i ents are nearly twenty thousand, in i THOMAS HUNT, M. D. Dean. T REFER the Farwemto the ktatements lalow, made by X Dr. JohnShelby and U t. llrfidlev. I. have .seen it in ' operation sei ere! times. I am satisfied tf its great utility. As he season isadvancing, I now ofi'erthose 1 have on baud for ', 200. '1- P- CHUATflAM. juue29, 1358. ' Nashville, Tcnn. Nasutille. June 28, 1855. - Coil L. P. CnE.ii-TJ:A;r! Dittr .'fir: I have been usii , he "Rcapir.gafidMon-ingMacIiihc"palen'ente.lbyManney nl Illinois, which 1'ori are now offering fo the citizens of Ten- ( i,app. IfisariisTiUTKUtBOii8AVis-sMACttixc. It works ETr.r and tuf'tPLV. ' Thfe htnount est per day will depend J priiiciimlly ution Uie speed -or rue ream, n ineieamcan 1 . V ' : I l,., .' .-ill Ili4iini.11nn.i:iln ..t i-avei lour iiuii-s on iii'ui, i. .i.i .w.--i m.v.1, ... ii ten hours. It is entitled, to the confidenbo of the public. Resnectfiilh" J.SHEliB. I, L.F. Bradleyj nowmiiinging ihe frrrt'rr Dr. Shelby, :nke the following statement : W h we had for more than eiie week, ouo ot Col. Cheatham S mowing and reaping mnchines,we hivwried it in eloverand grain blown and lau ghs!, and 1 nowsisre Ihatii m.nv and CUIS cleaner than sV.lw blades and that it win.irriw per'-dayas much a bauds, and it cati itapul li-s-i turiity-fmir acres jierdavl iuneS!-tAw. I.. 1-. ilitADlil.l . ..mw r , -.-.r r - XITIlTlf !:.-rf-l .1 II l.l.MI-1,1 III. n.- Kn,.n.ttr.l-..ll . 1-.A'lil it v. ,- . , , .iiiaiucs.-i.,ii..v.. ... 1 i. permaneiiuy iviiii.iriuiu. any persons nreindeot-- edrto rue bv lime asid rtcqiiut. sonie-kir i ears, audi hope thi vylllcall.ai'dua.v upu.ilt) twiner .Mai oMrouble. I liaie umHivytl nu- Biksi,Bd Paper 10 the room ad joiniiig Messrs. Y-H, (luiuon ' nug4 ' SVMSEAY. M0SE -NEW PLKOES. rEhave receiveil bv recent arrivals jure more ofllirSie iinriia!!cJ.I,jA.-.-s. j-aail5 bv.i. it. uunmtm and 'tusni .-iiocau j r.o., oti? c r ti varioussfvles and sire. which Will ba sold letvlow lor . sb or good notes ilraiyipg Int?rst, v"ad Warrnuted to give 1 satisfaction in every 1 espect. apniJ " ' W. A T. ft GREENFyiLD A CP. j JEST REUElYED 'tins day """' 150 bbls Ohio Whisky; 6m bblscnrshed Sutr: - til SO - Loaf- do; - " 10- sPow'd do; ' ', ' - tiercesS: Cnrolin-i Rice; ' fWcans Baltimore Oysters, " "- ' lKl-boxet W. R. Obeese; ' - ' . ' ' Ifl i"?rrr Vani-p'T-ti-ivimo sn.t Prt- sept2f 1. ' 1 . 'EDWARDS A HARRIS. ' t1 hi r 'rUffit i i au-i wlm NASH. CLOTHING. TO EASLYAKD CLOSE 3UTEH3 OF EEABY "ITAEE" f CL0THIHO. LSBAGH'&'OfL, Manufacturers and Dealers in ;' It HADY AIADi: CT.OTIII.VG. . OWI N'G to the increasing demand ofJlcady MaIe Clolh ing in this market, fte Imve ibis-season laid in an un- tiea7 -Mnclc,a great pin ot nhicu we nate .tisw in i'nd wjiich we am enabled to dL-pose of on th? rery eavuni luarkew jrnr?. uuu wry saiiraciory lenr.s. alyll)U lf ontuck beCjre pi-.rcuasnsr. mate tin eiam- ' ... . - LAXOfc, ELSB.ICU 4 CO. "? I-ATS'DK, EUSI5ACJI, A-CO., ; ItAT AND CAP ALANUFACTUEEH3, .o.'K.', .W?.'i.5Vj-lv Wrtr, Xjfh, iUt, TrJw. h have lutioduced this weefctlie. rALJ. ST I LE OF SILK JI.VTS. wbicbinbeautvof finiMi. texture a!UqiiAi;ty, areunsuri)a.siedintl:ocitv." ' ' -ALSO. "j bfthebaUi -A complete cortmei:t of CAPiCmannfactured tciateiial. the attention of oneof the firm beiuir lietlivdevotejl to this brsucli. . We-flatlet: onrselrs i:j beinw able Jo give satisfaction to y uvor ns witu tneir jiationaffc. rcbanti are respectfully solicited fo -e-atnine iiurciiaainir. LAXDE, EIUACU A CO. rl-ST KCEIVE1.t-A large wtpjdy of Kosuth, t) 'Magraraud Metropolitan Hats, which are for Sule low sepi tf liAXDC, El5or.CK & CO. f plIE undersigned harinjcjuit arrintd front Xew Yotlcand , rnuatieipiua, ne wn-iies 10 tniorm ins tnena and tor uiu latiiui', .w, til Mn-i jiui w.a-vi. iu m.a wm u.ir rut "meat ef (Jciitlemeu's Clothing and Furnit.liing Goods tliat has ever been brought to Nashville. They are now ready for n.-pec1iim at his stoic. the lVOUUI'S CLOTIIEVO MIl'OKIUjr, Xo. 1.1, I'ttblic Siiuare. bltave Jaken particular tains to have made nn assortment ni" J-'ftrt Size CSntUnj for Gentlemen, weighing- from 800 lo ilAWi., and who have always beea p-iyinjhigh prices to -tlje Merchant Tailor?. ALSO, a splendid essortment of India Jtnbber Goods, and i;uiiiut'.t..s ui.uim.Mi, .from tlie aga of ft rears and upwards. CQIATUY" JETER CILAXTS will take particular notice that I can supply them with Cloth iog otid rurnishTtiz Goods either wholesale or kitail, as Jow:as anyone m the city. AIJ?0, "just received a large lot f Cue Pht-h and Cloth Caps of various sizes, which I can !1 titenhf-jive per cent., lower Hum any other house in the ritr. (bine out, ii-ie all, to " M. POWERS'" . , World's Clothing Empoiiuut, .au;pO Sm ". 11. Public Square. 'a.-hville. , . Come one Came all ! Tuts Bock shall fly r" .,, Pxoai its firm base as soon as I !!l 1-WIjTj AXU AV1NTEII STOCK rOH 1853-1 rpHE subscriber respectfully announces to the denizens of i 4. .KMiiue ana Miirounuirg couuin inai ue nas nowon i hand.tnnd receiving additions dailv, a large stock ol Gents, j FASHIONABLE READY MADE CLOTHING-, for Fall ' and Winter wesr.' ; Among wiiich May be found: Kne Black and Bine Cloth Cloaks, Ilallih do, Oieniand Congress" Coats, Drfnble do. 1'l.iclc Rlii", Broxui, and Oliu- Over Ciutv Sack. Paletots Box, Frock and Diess (ut.-. Business da, and other ptyles i T.1H1 colors toontiai;ious io meuiion. Paiits and Vests ct ever style and fastiduotis. Likewise, a reneral assortment of CIIILIIRPN'S' ' CLOTHING. Tine Shirts, Under-Shirts, Drawers Su-pen-dei-s, Cravafs, Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. Country Merchants, in paiticular, are requested fo call and examine my stock before purchasing elsen here Kept! 3 L. POWERS, ' 1 J'o SI, Marker St., opposite Union Street. I .. i. .ui w ua win orunuersoiu py any man or com i bniation of men. lu p i FALL AMD WINTER GOODS. -t-UST received at No. 11. Cedar St-eet. a larse andwell cted stock of Cloths. Casstmers and vtstincrs of the larststvles. ALSO A large assortment of gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. A new aud beautiful sty le of Stocks. Shirt Collars, Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves of every dis- cnpnou, L.uuer-riiiris ana wruwers. .Ilaviug made arrangement with one of the best Clothing- Establishments m New "ioikui snj.ply me, A m, T. Jen- ; lungs, 231 Bread way, 1 am preparred to ofler to m v cii- i. tomers and the public, Clothing ot a superiorsti leand quul ity. Pleae call and examine for yourselves. sepU o T. J. HOUGH, Agent. NEW ROODS. WE have just received our assortment of CL0IHS. CASSIHERES & VESTIKG3, of iYow Styles aud Varieties. Also, anaisoitment of Fine ISendy-made Clothing,, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Roods. swpl CLIFTON A ABUOTT, No. 1.'. Cedar ft. SPLEIiDID, ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLE OF GENTLEMEN'S READY-MADE CLOTHING ! , H. A. JESSEU i . ', f Arcada Clothing Store, f Ali. 2D Ifarkst fitrret, oppoitt Vie Union nail. ' THANIiFFL for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed upon him, begs leave to inform the citizens of Nah 1 'ville and surrounding country, that be has just received one i of the lanrest tad most complete assortments of Gentlemrn't i FdU afut Mi,Jr V'vOiinq and FuriiitHng (M ever i . . i. . . . .i.-r... i i! ...;li i r l . ..i:.. . ' onnis;iii io ine cny, wuicu 11111 oe omiiiu uiiurjui?seu in quality and workmanship, and at such low price! as -nnnot I I ail to please, a tie sto;K lias been selected and made up under my own inspection, fprri!t suited lothi wants of the city." Also. n large assortment of Children's Clothing, '! suitable for all ages, and warranted to fit. As my stock is very large. 1 cau ofler great inducements 1 lo .country Merchants, cither wholesale or retail, niter? ' little abote Eastern prices. . Give me a call, as I shall lake great pleasure in showing the Goods. II. A. JESSEL, , . Arcade Clothing Store, 2! Market st, dcU5 T.m Opposite Union Hall. . "CLEAR THE TRACK.'' -ISiSS'k yrn ;4 jassTS;) rpllE subscrilwrtiasjii-t opened, at bis old stand, mo S3 L Market street, next door to T. W. A W. H. Evans, the he is ofleriugat wholesale and retail, ou such terms as will. he confidently believes give entire satistaction. His stock consists ot rrock and Kress UoaLs, of every va- 1 (-!..!,. .....1 M14m. At An T.in(afi.l Vi.tu lip... I I Ell U17l.lC.ini IU..l..i . 1 ...m. u..u , . . , v.- 1 do. Pants and ests, Over- coats, Box Coats, Ac.. Ac.; HaU and Ops, a rgeassort. I eD.'! V.arP Bags'lr.inlcs, .vhirl.si.ojiar.tlocKs.l.ravats 1 iimiifoii w xt a larre flssorimeni ni uiaves. uoierv ana Pocket lldkfs Ac4 all of which are now, and purchased of , the best houses in the Eastern cities expressly for this mar ket. Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on him. he .invites nn examination into bis present' stock nnd prices, as he is determined to spare no pains to please his friends aud easterners. M. SULZBACKER, Agent, 'septSS Cm No. 53 Markctst Hi Coffee. AV STOlli; AND FOR SALE IiY NORTH EAST CORNER SQUARE, ocU-tf Nashville, Iexx. Teissegee Powder. POWDER Tennessee Rifle, in quarter, half and wholckegs. Tennessee Blasting, iu kegs and barrels. A full supply of the above description of Powder, wai ranfed equal to any in the. market, always on hand and for sale by julyl5 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO. APETV FU.SE.-50o,ooO feet genuine Safety Fuse by the original manufacturers, for sale by " CHEATHAM, WATSON i CO, jy!5 at W. ILGonpox A Co.'s.. Public Square. ; , GEORGE W. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT. Woco Village, Texas. "TTTILL attend to the collection of debt", and the investir V V g-ition and perfecting of land titles in Texas: REFERf-SCES. Hon. 0 W. O. Torrox, ' R. G. MTCixsKr, ." R. L. Carptulks, ' u'Joid.- Ii. Binrx, augSl twly Hon. Nathan." Gbees", " R. 1 Ridlkt, Abe CAKCTimrts, Goicrncr Wk. IS. CAurrjELL, GENTLEMEN'S OUT-FITTING ESTABLISHMENT. On College, street, one door South of the Square. THE undersigned would 1 espectfully inyite citizens and strangers passing through Nushville, to call at their or finishing have at all and invite snecial attention to our Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, which we warrant to be well made, and to tit better than any other stvje of Shirts. Our stock consists in part of Linen and Sfuslin Shirts, every si7e and quality. Silk, Merino, Cash mere, .Shaker, Canton Flannel, Brown Cotton Sh rts and Draweis. Silk Merino, Shaker, Lambs Wool, Cashmere, Brown Cotton and Country Knit Half Hose, Kid, Silk, Unci- Beaver. Doe Skin. Clolh. Cashmere. Tur Lined and I Plain Gloves and Gantlets. Sscarfs, Cravats, Stocks and Ties. Suspenders, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Robe de Chambre, Trunks, Carpet- Bags, L mbrcllx". Canes, Razor -Strops, Soaps. Cologne. Odors, Oils, Tooth Powder.-, Hair Washes, Tooth, Hat, Clotb, Nail, nnd Hair Brushes, Poitc Monies, Pocket Books, Work Boxes, Dressing Cases, and many olhcr articles toomunerousto mention. N. .B. Ladies Underwear of Silk, Merino, Cashmere and Colton. Gum Goods, Goodyear's Patenf, best articles. Rememberthc number CO. JIYERS A McGlLL'S. Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the , Square, Nashville. i00'1 I?OR RENT. "A ' FIRST' RATE f ARM TO . RENT forthe next year, nine milesfrem Nashville; l?b acres cleared; some choice fruit trees and a chance to cut and haul one or two hundred cords, of wood. Conve- J nlent to a good Turnpike. Apply to iv. a. UA111.U it 1, o'd26 ' General Agent, Nr),T7 Deaderick Street .1- , I 2j 1853. DRUGS, &C. DE. BLEDSOE'S ALTSEATIVE COMPOUND Ia Henifjimr all Jieia&l fbr ti Dur-tft ot tl.e lArfr " Strofi&i end Sur(t jf any kin.1. Fur Grnrral DeLKilir', frttH wlici LtulleyiqH(Pily svfer, tktfe i tioi ft fipiiil hi vide iZtterui Jnia.' THIMmcnror of tIii?nrepa'rafOT tci forlhree yearss" completely prostrated Otiat Drttperpia and inactivity'ol . JljoHrtHhat Ke H-a." fiWiiet!tJr for wteii at a tiraa unable to raisnlfiinseiflrom hlbeil. lfeNKijht aid frt.m physician? at liome'aud in EulTH.e. but ii vain:" IiWreieM-nsnnmouncKt "Lowlerfby Uiousauib', and it was by accident that lie nc- .,i.;....i s:... i. . t.r ... i v,:-. w',..J i t n7 i. cotise- cas. bv its success, as h..n;y tha certiilcates whfeh bavt oeMi - iiadvettised; " I I Tetiu., ;lh wlwin 1 often advEed diirin? the time ot mv MaurHU, Tcnn.. April 17.1352. I hereby certitV that I have been acniMint.J with Dr. J K. Uiedsoe and liou-.e vears azo lie ir.15 rpilnrl f Ltl .w . Ioi-crthaul Imve e creen iiny"on tliat attenvards recover- en, wu:i wui i tupposoiunue iiMjniaaiid JiiYeruuection; auu aiier irraii ine nrocnoiiuiisoi nism- I'tivmpinn. m tin itha pteparation ofbu) own iu being ietoied to good heallh. M. OARBERT, M. I). .r l- - Physician-f arc requested to try, this preparation. "We feelsatiitied Hwill.sustaui the diaracsniM give- toit in this publicatiou. - i -. jftjnsvjLLtv January 1 2, IS'iSJ . " Dr. "Bledsoe: I fake ilio libcity- aud fell it to Le tny duty to recommend fo all persons sutler-lug fniru discaie of the stomach and bowels, voiir Alterative Compound, as a lerv Scperiormeilicine. ' liyFon.Rsred 15 ears, had been .under medical treatment sboulive years, fur dyspepsia and uiai. rhea when barinjEnhhoat d.espautd of his l-ecovery, I cotir cludeiltotn' voiir Alterative) two bottles ofwhicliI llievei entirely sund hmu . . MICAJAH CAYCL lIcSTsriuj!, Oct. 17,lS5i. Da. BrxDSOE-Some time has ciatired since 1 cave a ce tificafe that my wire- bad been greatly benefited bv vour j Alterative Compound rtaw take pleasure in saying" to- V ttiepumtc, tuatiny wiUihad tortnrecor tour years been subject to the worst kind of spells of cramn in the stomach from dyspepsix 1 lud tried of several whom I thought to be the best physicians in the place end a preat many difleren medicines, (ritli momenlHrr-relief. Being persuaded to try your alterative componnd, I did so and I am huppv to say that it ha.- entirely' cured hi tier; and l would coiiACientiously ni wiiltiinntr Inun f?i.0.iciHi if 11. recommend it to all persons; sutTering from diseases of the livcrand dyspepsia. S. B. ROBERTSON. , . IltOTSTtiir, Sept. 2", 15L De. Bleds"". Having seen the publicationof your Alter afive'Compound, 1'think it niy duty te say to the public, tliat injd oeen tor rears suDjeci' to speus. or. uramp (Julio, in its wont, lona : tmm-tiaa tried almost ererv yen byphviimns, nndiieierfuimd any li;l Al-.-......L..i:i . l ' . uiinit reiit:iuur;iiutii j..incu.iueuuokc relieved tr.c ic cvei v attack Iu Ijsstban an hour. -'' - W31. U. LLOYD. Giles Cobstt. TeniL, Dec.28,' 135L-Drt.HLrDS02!-I&crthat I should fall short of my duty -to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further color, lo snit tbe most ! recommend your Alterative Conipmmd. It has entirely re i heredne, so that 1 have hot 'bad cause to take anytlung in iwo innum?- i cau e.uuiiiuiiu j. naui iiiui. iiupiuiiiy, anu believe mylfctlth i3nVg8kilast't eVcr h at my advanced ace. Should. 1 eversulferfrmn dyspepsia again I sliall ba sure to call on you. lam very respecuuuv votirtrtcnd. ELIZABETH J. HARW00D. i l 1 ' HtrsT8-iu.E, AlsAugustSl, 1951. Tlua is to certify, that I bad Miflered for luanr yesrs ivith Uj-spepsia and Uiscasesot tua j-iver. ltiyMciau alter Hiy- : Sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben- efif, when 1 commenced tlie use of Dr. Bled.-rfie's Alterative . Ccmpountl, KUiclitTtrd me F4Kindly, aud I recommend it L because of the same "Jony e'Ject upon others cf mv acquaiut I ance. . JOSEPH CAR0TI1ERS. ' Hcxfsf illk, All, M arch 3, 1352. He Bledsoe Sir : Judging from the certificates you have already advertised, it willbe almost unnecessary for'me your Cotnpound; but 1 must say, that Tor vears 1 suffered a reat deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of tlie spleen, n,l thought that 1 ne er would recover. 1 ce.-nmeuced tak- j ingyourcompound about lime ueeks Since, and have gained 2a or SO poanus, ana ieei aoouiaswcu as i ever did. HENRY J. G0FF. j 5"Tbe above tncdicine isrforsab in every Drug Store in I the city, andmoit of the tonus in the State. G. W. HEN- I DEIwSllOlT. General Agent, for wholesaleine themed- 10W "Pride si per pint Pottle. uovlS lvd tr DE." FHASK'S MAGNETIC OINTJIENT. AMR. WINTERS had lot nearly all of his hair and had been bald for many years; by the useofMrveW- j ties of the Mimietic OuJtitit, hail V.i Acr tutirdy rt- i tterej, and now Iris as bftiutiful a head of hair as any man could wi-h. His age is about 0 years. A. son of Mr. Warren, of tlos town, 14 years of age, had j been atliicicd with the Asthma, from his" cradle- He bad the benefit of the best medical advice that-a loving "and wealthy father could procure, without at ail. It was one of I tlie most aggravated cases I ever saw; he- was emaciated al- ' most to a skeleton. By the u- of afcwbottlesof theOint- j mentbe wes IhuruiinkCyoiriil, and for seven months past has i enjoyud robust t.ealtn. . , This, was a'rfextrenla case of inammatihr,' 0,e tfl'tri. standtng;hasavaiietyoftrcatmentfrom.nolessthan iflerent t.hi'sichns, without receiving benefit was ot long standing; euiu. ditlerent rihvsiciar.K. without receivinsr cured bv the ue of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint ment. This wasfourmnnthsaOTandtbelady taMrs. Dun ham.) is still in good health, and able to attend to ber usual household dutic- I have treated two cases of Chronic Sort Kge with the Ointment, both r.f the patients so ,edrly UiiiJ, as to need nn attendant to lead them from place to place. One of them had been afilictcd Is years, the other about Oyears. They had tued the best physicians in the ii.t. ...:l,..l ...i:., ..,1 nnnnf (Urn l,.J 1., I.'.ll.. ill f W IIII1..UL tm.lCIlt, 11 lilt Will.- Ill .l.t.111 lldU U1S1. tltlUSt ltll treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muay, of Cincinnati, for eighteen inoiiths.and had expended liumlredsor dollars m rin rnrtc effect a cure. Tliey are now bv use of the jfagnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the j Ointment in a number ef cases of Piles, and in no &i iu it fallal of aiting iiniicliate relief and ijenerollii'jervuinenl i cure 1 fiave also used it beneficially tn severe cases of Ery- sipclas. And last but not least, I have witliiu the last year j cured four cases of CANCER by the Uie of the ifqnttic ! Oirdinnd alone! j From a thorough trial of the Oinfmeut iu nearly every disease for n Inch it is recomaiauded, l cau confidently ry I commend it fo be oue of the "most useful remedies ever o( ! feied to the public Respectfully Yours. BURTON HUBBELL, M. D. I Dated Jan 7, 1 S50, Amelia. Ohio, Tlie characterof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, ii t established id this citr. There are quite a number of indi j vidualswho ascribe their restoration to hdUth to the use of ' this cxtraoi dinary Ointment I Forsleby H. O. SC0VEL, L BERRY & DEM0VII.LE. ' CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG. ITtA A. STOUT. COACH, JI A N V V A U TUEEU, No. 5 Clauk Stubet, Nasuville, Txxx, Xtxtdvor to If. iL.Frtncij'4 Grocery ii'artJiOHK, and op joiiie Zfvrri t Slraltuifs ALL lands of carriages for sale, inth harness rvray, to suit All work sold bv ineis made at. ffjiy- Jhe Clark Street Manufactory, mid ivarrantod, and will be sold on as gtvu lenas, tor vaa or goou nuies, -as auj v.uii. rrmile. North or lalst Repairing dynajv''!1 promptness .and dispatch, and all persons leaving" woric to repair may rely ou getting it when promised. .All .orders promptly attended fo. maris. ' A CARD - T HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bo- J siness my1 son, A. C. MARCH. The business, iu future mil 1m conducted iu the name of . I. D. March A Son. All persons indebted to me, by note oraccount, will please come up and make payment. J. 1). MARCH. ! up a Jjg Tlianktnl tor tne liberal snare 01 patronage ncreio re. a continuance of tbe same is reaped fully solicited. fore, janu J. D. MARCH A SON. LAND "WARRANTS. We are buying and paying .the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per ni.q it's mm having warrants tosr.ll by sendinir to us . i. u .1 - '.- ,- r- . , 1 by rtiailorotheriYLse may depend ou getting the highest 1 prices at which they are selling at the time in Nashvilie, and .the cash remitted or paid to order. julySl DYER PEARL A CO. - - FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated on the'Galliitin Turnpike, ZU miles from Nashville, containing about 75 acres, on which the subscriber nowre sidas. Tlie dwelling, which has recently been erected, is of the best materials and style, and upon a convenient plan, embracing nine rooms and several halls, with all ne cessary out buildings. ' The" soil is very productive. The water is cool and pure, flowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds, of bearing fruit tryes of excellentquality. In point of health and society, the neighborhood is un surpassed. Thetract is susceptible of being divided into' three 16tn, each having a beautiful building site, with ihn ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession can be had at anytime. .y, , A..H,-F0RD.- For further particulars, apruy lo LINDSLEY A CROCKETT, ' . iulv27 2awtf tw Agents, College street "T?OR .SALEOR RENT. A new Frame llousejnst JL ,"compIeted with seven rooms,,, well plastered and pa-. pered. , Mtuateo: pii tnurcn aee iu nines additional Nashville. The said boiise Isabout four hundredTTirds 'from the Female Acadebiyi andiwill be sold on riusoiiable terms. t ' ' For further particulars enqmre of R. Ij. Cren'jbaw, er ' auglS W. D. ROBERTSON", M'Lemore St. " : A ill m ! iMISOELLANEOUS. ESTABLISHED T0H TEKYEABS. Hill if it n nn r-..-j. ..it .... lo sell low for CASH. Our Caudies are WARRANTIiD to keep drv; and we sell as cliusn- house in tlie coun try. Toys, Pocket Cuffcrv, PistolsEeAolvera and Stlf cdckihjf; Spanish Cigiirs, it,, Ac. juIvi-V-tr. ' r . - - r- ' - JT. II. Utsrrovv'K Jtf-iit Plantation COIEY .Ull.t.. TI1HIS Mllldiffen from all others In the- construe- lion ot J. the uoper or Ranninsr Stone, whtrh Ii coinDoa.l 01 French Burr Blocks, enclced In a cst Iron Caso, which rn. , . . i i. ,. . , rli .. . . , i n . . . ""PciiiionioaBwuaanmirontTc.or IJasli.thanisofereatorexterniildtiiini-teral ihntMiltnm iht at tiiotoD.whlehts secured tothobick Lv fi:ri,olt.o that every block Is In ttaeform ofa.lr.ve tall, wliicli frtves greater strength to aStonellianaiiynther method which Is required Insmull ml!l, where the itone'is Mn ullh great jed,aud becoinesdanronilf nt stronply made. It alio gives any JJriverJaad Ke?0latlnS SereV, and grinds nj.ou the'.ame Inacipie bs a iari.Q nun, umenng oui in uie uunner .stone; this beinff of greatwrizMenableu It to grirfl nearer the een- tera;rcaterquantitv ofgralD with te's power than any other mllluowln use. This mill IsporU.M,iidmay bektuched lViIom'ii',ff er' Z"e un xt"?X??T- . . os iho .',me win ioi Stones, manufactured Josepl. tlBurrows: of Cii.clmi.tt, U th Inventor, for which he obtained Lett-m Patent tu l3u. For llirriD(re- inents tho purchaser will be .held responsible furthenght of using. These Mills donofrequlrs a tllllrfght to sot them up; and .ii.i... t . .... ... ... . .... i i . . . .... t. hand to the pulley on tho spindle, with a drum ufitciemly i large; to run a twenty-rnur Inch Mill 210 revolutions ier j Aiiiuiiiincivsuij tu in.. iict tu...vio.i.iti, ia m muicu minute; aitaciieu to tiin, Maaia.nr ivaier Power, urthe steady appliotloii of two hre power the atillwltlrind s.x to 8 bushels per hour of good meal: ami nill rriud whsat as well as corn. The thirty inch Tnlll, ir put to Its fullest speed, wll' grindfrom ten lo flfleoabusbelsperhonr. These mills are warranted toba In every respect as recom mended. DiBtrriONS roa Usiso. Placeyourmillr-boutSOfeetfroin tho Drlvln; Pallor In a level iKi,ttion; make the bell of l-ather six or ei;ht Inrbes wld. Give the 5tnneStd revolu tions a minute with the sun. Kerptheueck and step of the spindle well oiled. Hsce the star on the back of tho l.'unnln; Stone. Iu tho same way as tbe Cross on the Driver, laai i(ltaa wai iucj are iiiiuiucu iu run. Keter to Thos. Patterson, Ksq., of Iliebland county. Ohi' jess 1KS1, taq.,oi unuion county, uuio; u. s. cradbn Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number ofnihers. All orders directed to jr.HI.. K. HOUitAS, Xe:52 Broadway, Nashvlllo, Agent Tor Mlddleand East I nessee.or J. 11. KURKOWS, i nge d.tr-w.Aw.tv. West Front st.Cln.O, Tennessee Jan a"VHE GRiEFENEElU: COMPANY Takesthis find thenervoossystemU shattered, feel strange and tinac . earlr opportunity of acknowledging tie greet comply- ! countable feelincs, vague fears in the mind. The individual vrent paid to their Medicines bv the- TENNESSEE STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY" In their.resolution of May 5'h. "Thatthey shall urge upon the Legislature the pasaze of a Law, requiring the recije for all these medicines tcr bo tiled;" by which the members of the said society may be enabled to have all the use and benefit of them gratuitously. The G. Co. take the liberty of suggesting to tbe Bakers of Nashville, to petition the Legislature, not to permit any families in the city to make their onn bread, without ma tincr Lno-.ni the tnvtn9 Hi'anJj. ns such secret nrnceedinira are injurious to the well-doingof Bakers, aud ought not to be penmtted. The grounds are precisely the same. If Doctors were always infallible, there might be some justice in legislative acts to compel the public to apply to them universally, but unfortunately we nave before us'the Crefcent CitYioperoflhe Cd of September, from which we learn that SO OUT OF EVERY 100 CASES OF YELLOW FEVER treated scientifically by the faculty have died, and , i !)S i.w ct even 100 t treated hy ctd tronh, the non-medical members of the How- nr.! Assivintinn. unit hv more exressive Immhm-s the I to- I iiia?pathie Doctors, have beencured. j sion. for people are easily led estrav, and maybe induced ..ii..i.ii rnii.ii tn T itin ,,'mIi.iIim.. .n.i a......;., to attach less value to Latin prescriptions and expensive Iliroglyphics, and occasionally trust to the dogmas of cent. mon sense, laid down in plaiu Englisli, to the tia?fenberg i Jledicines, whicli are warranted to do no liarm, and tor : which no money is exacted if they do not prove bcnencial. It is well known that the Dysentery Simp and the Childrens' Panacea . of tlie Gncfenberg Company, have, in two, years past saved , 2,OO0 lives, from Flux and" Dysentery M hen all other rem- 1 edies had failed. " i But It seems that tbe obiection io these remedies, is that I "it is an attempt to seud forth medicines without theres- j ence of the Doctor" who is thus deprived of the proper de- . gree of aid and comtort mat besnouid receive tor turnisn- mg the proscription, "Jlinc VUm lachryiA-ie" The Doctor and tbe medicine should go together, the Medical Society have so willed it, let no quack pnt them asunder, sept 20 TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH. Uiaitcfil Stsutes aiajbisae Throngli in 18 to50 Honrs. NEW YORK AND CHAULEiSTOX SEMI WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE feF-r. LE..VESAdgcr'sAVliarveseiery Saturday J -sppS,rH?J and Wednesday, after the arrival of the caM from the South and West. J On Satunhiy, the new and splendid steamer Jas. Ad- i ger, 1,5.K tons, J. Dickuison, Commander Marion, 1,200 tons, W. Foster, Commander. ' Ou Wednesday the Union , 1,-Vh) totis, Richard "Adams, Commander Southerner, 1,000 tons, Thos. Ewan', Com mander. r ; These steamers are unrivalled on tlie coast for eafefy, spted and comfort Experienced and courteous Oomtuan- ' ders, and tables supplied with every luxury, will insure I TrBvel'eru by this line eiery possible comfort uud acconf- I moda'ion. For freight or passage, having clegan t Sfafe Room Acooui modatious, apply at the ollice of the Agent , septlo HENRY M1SSR00N, ' 1 ComcrEastBayandaVrlger'sSoa. Wlsarvcs. I Cabin pasaagc 25. Steerage j-S. ' marshats'sale ' BY virtue of a writ of Vendici ni Kxpona tu me di- ' rected from the Circuit Court of thu United Status , for the Middle District of Tcuni-s-ee, which is foiiudtd on ; II Judgment rendered iu said Com I oa thu -Jdth day of March, 1853, wherein Joseph H. Shephetd was Plaintiff ' and Helly Lanier and Felix It lanier were Defendants I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Court house iMir in the city ot N.shville. on Monday the 7th dav lit , November next, all the right, title, claim" and interest of 4 tbe defendauU tn and tu a certain house and lot, lying and being in the citv of Nashville, ou College street it being the same fiousc and lot now occupied by Fall A Cunningham as a Hardware Store, which liasbeeu levied upon and will be sold as the property of tho defendauts to satisfy said writ. " J. It CUvJIENTS, SctitSO tw tds Marshal Mid. Di.tTeiin. HOOK RINDING, And Jllnnk Rook Manufactory. J. YORK & CO., BOOK SELI.fcRS AND STATIONERS. HAVE an extensive Bindery, and are wellprepared to do Binding of every de-cripti m, and Tit any style that niay be called for sm a short notice on the most reason able' ferms We have also a birrre strck of Blank Book pa pers from the best Mill?, and will Rule and Bind all orders j lor every description 01 Ulantc 1 Bindery opposite State Bank, Books, (iiyeusucalL oa Union Street, up-stairs ociii ini BANK. OF NASHVILLE. , , " m Octobers, 1S53. SIGHT and time drafts bought and sold ou all accessable points in the United States. Uncurrent Money. All kinds of uncurrent Bank Notes purcliased and sold or received on deposit upon favorable terms. Gold. The sailing rate of gold is a hatf jter rent premium. Interest on Deposits. This Bank pays interest on deposits of money subject (o be checked out at the pleasure ol the owner. Office Honrs-. 'In order to meet the requirements of trade and the-'con-yenience of tre public, this Bank.w-.ll open at 3 o'clock, A. M., and close at 5, r. u. Tbe advantage of this arrangement must be cleai I v manifest to every business man in the.oom .munity. ' " N. HOBSON, Ij-esident tWtsLir WurLtss, Cashier. 'ocMl-lf ' C00KTN(T8TOVES! PABLOE STOVES I AND OFFICE CTnvrre 1 ' 1? OR Coal.or'Wood. A great variety of the best and n :. n..iniMi.l(lffi Grates. mosi elegant paiierns 1iitn vjll "I ii'tff, A i v-iT" " Castings of every variety for sale "cheat, by , - RVOH i41AUir.-iit'a (V-tj college nreei, opijomia ssewanre. ' A. StWKB, P. L. WALLACt, I. HOWARD miscellaneous: "SJAIf 'KKOY THYSELF." AhlhmhtaUe Booh 'for 2a ctnh: "Evry RtmUg Mania Mre a . Copu.' - rFlSfVt llElPSSir rpWEXTY THOUS AN D Copies ould in lew ju inan i raonint a new edition, reviied and iaiproved, ju.t issued. I Dr. mrsTKR'S MKntnir. Mtvim. AND HANDBOOK Bit the AFFLICTED ?ontatauir an outluieof the origin, progress, ticatment and curecf every rorm tf disease, contracted bv promiscuous jexnal inter rfUlea I... i." .. i . - . . ... tlUktPtiriav-M.:.. v r.i ? . .T r . . .- -j "aiauiws or oy lextui excess witn advice to medicJl ilir.; 'iv ""enina "nniur style, aroulitig all tarnrderVr'i, . n,alna,laou,M"e . ''"'twentryearssuc dliritn, ..ri.Tl . """edtotbequroordt-eascsofa To which s a trf.H ! r .l . . eA and tLtff8 above dis- FewaSd aSS M,ta"JVliaeBrfae irSTiBoxr or rnt P:or, 0f OasTrnaet J'txv nil ft,- "r.U! 7 ''UIUVUJIA mrks v,houdi-ertieto euro tl.e dfaeesiTf wffit tre" isagrad.ute of ot.a of the bt Colics I In tfe CWt! Sldte?..ltatlbrdm? t.hnsum.,. lZ. '? v?!. in .f1 unttirtunjte. or lo the victim ufnUr,...:. .. ..T i andexporieucptlpractitioaer, ni wluto jiouor and intecritr they may place the uifnileM confidence. JOSEPH t.livi:istrfinf n.i-w Feoa-A. WootWAci, JL I)r Pccv. V.Mvscsrrrl'H'a- 1 spuieotjthi.ni oriong'st.iiiding, Imve cvuic under my rticc.iuivhicbhistkill Imslwen manifest in restorin-to per I feet heiilih. lusouie iiblancos whrm tli natinit luis hrn i cuiiiidered bujonil medical aiL In tlmti-citucntof Scnii j tial Weakuess, or disarraogeintut of tlia fuucUuns,produced. li tflr-if.ii.1. i.r ..r r .... ..i i.....: 1 nnr in" timr..'in I l..... ,i. . . . - IV. V .1 1L . u.il.ltll llt.lt tUC . .lnlhiiraii.tihtMv..N ...! .loo... . -V. i :..... .... . ,iu.v ..inij juiu, Min yii.111 liu.. m.jiviiiiiuju9tiw tohhif,uswell as u kindues to -the imfortimaJe- victim ol eariindisoitiu, bi-miimieudIiimaAODC,iitvbo.-Hjpn. j fesional skill aud integritj-, tliev may safely confide tlieu lent- .u.r. uuun .nu, 31. u. 1 This is, witlnmt1 exception, the moet coniprehensive and I intelftgible noil publislieiion the. class if disease, whicli ittrcaur. Avoidinuil Icchnkal tenos.it address itclC I t the nr.iiou of lis readers. Itia free froiuall objretionj, i b!u mutter, and no lulvnt, however fUiiwirs, e toplaciugit iitlieha:nlsofhissons. Tbe aidhor lias de voted many years tb the trctmeut of the various complamfs' treated of, uud -with too little breath to pufi',' aud too; fit tie presuiuptKia to iuie,' be basoflered to the world at tbeinerrly iKwumai j.iiec of 2-'. cents, the fruits of some twenty ycaisjtio-tsticves-diil practice Ibruld. "No teacherifr ptren -ihocW Ijc wiilut the knowIcd""S tmivirt in tliltf iliriliitiiA ti'i.rl 11 . ?r. i " ... . . i, jinu -" i . cm a ui i pain, moitdicatiun and sorrw to tbtf youth- under Uieir . i: ... ' . - ..,-. . " .17:. ' i APresbitcnaiidervi' mania Ohio, iu writing of "Ilan- ; 'ers jieoiuai .nannal, says.-" Thousands upon thousands . of ooryouth, by evi'-exnKipto'.tid tnSnenccot the-jia-f 'ion ! have been led ratoiiie lablt if self pollulio3 ritliut rtalii- rts and raisiuc nnrt lhti- 1,.. .1. .i . 1 1. .i . . . .i ' .... : . . ; , , , . - , .uu.....vo .tic iiiuuuiuum msiv check, aud ultimately to letnore tiiis widespread source of hiuuau wrctclieduess, would coafcr the. greatest Ues-ing . next to the Ti-Iigion of Jesus ChrUt.on tho present and I coming generation?. Intemperance for the tise of hitoxi- catin5 dr:uks, though it has-b.in thousands upoutlious- l"i?0t a fTv T. W-0."? HB?UlU A?P ' '"Jhanks on belialf a the idllicted, alid, vonr co-worker iu I WVd wwfc Ju are so actively engaged in." Oue copy, securely enveloped.) will betofivarilcd.'freeof ' postage; to anv p.irt r.f tbe United States: for 2.1 cents, or 6 . - ' .- . . i i . . . ... . vopiesiorfi. .luure.vi posi.paiu,! COSDENACO.. Publishers. Box lSi!, Philada. Booksellers, Canvassers and Bxk Agents supplied, on the most liberal terms. sept;7 ly ! AFFLICTED BEAD! PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL HOUSE. Established ir. ie.irs asrt by PR.KINKELIN. Tlie oldest, surest and best baud to cure ailformsof secret diseases of the skin.and solibuY habits of youth, is DR. KlNKEf.IN, X. W. corner of Tlurd and Tniou streets, betAwn Spruce and Pineon and ahalfsipjaresfnuii the Kxciiange, PhiUdpIpbia. Tnke Particular JToticc There is a habit which time, not only begets serious obstacles to matrimonial bap- v . .; .. . Ui.. . . . ... i .. . : t . . . i - i . . piness, but gives rise to a series of pntracted,insidioi devastating atTectioas. Few of those who indulge in perniriouspracticeareaareortheconsequeoces,tintilt iujoos ana this pernicious practice are aware of the consequences, until they uecomcs ieeu:e, no is uusuie io labor witn accustomed vig or, or to apply bis mind to study; his step fat tardy aud weak. ne isuuu unu irresoiuie, me countenance is downcast, luo eves without natnral lustre, Shamefaccdness is apparent r eymjtwas trLUi oAi utraltn tt-e attetiikai (tf UflM rimitarly SptkteU. Jf the victim be conscious of tbe canse of hi decay, and baying relinquished tbe odious practice, be sutlers 'under those terrible nocturnal emissions, which weaken and sliame him, producing mental and physical prostration. If" he emancipate himself before the practice has done its worst, and enter matrimony, his marriage is nntiuitful, and hi senses tell him that tbisis caused by his early follies. Too many thiuk they wilt bug the secret to their own hearts, andcure themselves. A how often is thlsa fatal dclosiou, and how many a promising youth, who might have been an ornament to society, has faded from the earth! Young Men ! Let nii false modesty deter yon from makiiig your case knon n toone who, from education and re spectability, can alone befriend you. He who places himself under DR. KIXKELCTS treatmcnt.my religioiylvcontide his honor as u trentleman, and in whose' bosom will be for ever locked tbe secret of the Patient Country Invalids. Fmdiug it Inconvenient to make- personal application, cau. br statiurr tbeir case exnlicitlv. to gether with all their symptomspcr letter post-iutd, have torw.inied to them a chest con Lai cin." Dr. k. s medicines. forwarded to them a chest containing Dr. K.'s medicines, appropriated accordingly, and be cured at home. Strictures of thenretha. weakness and constitutional de bility, promptly cured, and full vigor restored. AU letters j W-ytHI. x A remilfance of 2.) cents in A letter, post paid, ad , dressed to Dr. Kinkeiin, Philadelphia, will secure his book ( on the Secret Intirmities,of Youth. sept4 wly EZE'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AND INDEFEN I DENT CORN CHOPPER. I rrtHIS very important Invention has been in use about ( X. three years. Tbe inventor has made improvements 1 which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND' CORN CUTTING MACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to ' ever)' one who has used it, and is the most superior machine iu use, for the purpose for which it is designed. It is aim plo iu all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It is (elf-feeding; and easily worked by a bov J2 years of age. I. . 1 - - . . I I 1 I ! 1- I 1 11 win cut siraw or com in uie sunci. irom oau mcii io ' three inches id length. Maui' certificated might be pro- , dnced fiom Farmcra n ho have used them, to -provo their ' 1 superiority over an v.other straw and corn cutter now in ' I use. Persons needing such nu article may rest assured tint in it they will tinda valuable acquisition to their farm j ! or stable. ' The auUscnlicr has greatly extended an means fornuuv- ufacturiug these maclitnes, and be now schcils fortbeni t tho attention of the public, and the farmers and planters 1 particularly, ot Hie feouth and Yi est. He will lierealter be able to fill all orders rjtpidly. and cnsni es alt machines to ! do the work forwhWh thcynru designed. I Ucing ttic lnientoraiid iwteniec, ami sole pioprictor, ne will disisioeof riirhts forcouuties or States ou reasonable i terms, to any Mechanic who may wishlu mauufactuie them, . and will furnish oue set Of casting for ratterns. sep7 firn JOHN E. ERB. rjNTXXD STATES HOTEL. ALUl.lTA. OA. TIlEalsivcHOTELSsriowojieiifbr tliereceiAionof PERMANENT ANDTRANSIENTBOARDEItiiS TIs Ton., established ami well-known House has inider- Th:s lomr established ami well-known House has imder- grn a tlioroitgh nltCTatloii thivugtiout and ftlniishcd with itx and fushioneble FURNITURE. ' Tne TABIJi will always be supplied with tbe BEST tlie I market affords; and the Proprietor trust, by a systcmatie cnurre, both ii ith servants and tlie regulationa of tlie lions-; , generally, he will be enabled tu give eiith-e satisfaction to thcic tliat uuiy 6j- him witti Iheir pitreruge. ' tan9! Ivtrw JNt), V. KUKUAS ! LANDS FOR SALE, q rpilK E sub-cribcr, n ishing to move to tho South, of- S5i ktA his lauds, coutatning about tuaj actes, fur''T- an :rood terms.' Tlie lauds are sittuted iu Hickimui ! I Ufa i sale on irood term.' , county, TeniL, about three miles weft of Centreville, on the south side of Duck Rive-. Abbut4': acres IT tillable, and ' about2ts)iu agood, state of cultivation, with tolerable good lo? dwelling .and other houses, with four excellent springs. and -can be arranged o as to make two separate farms. J For furtlier informstion, hpply to the subscriber on tbe - 1 i. scp 17-4twy premises, or loA.il. Williams, -venlreviiie. A. C. DANS.BEE. "T ANAWAY. RANAWAY" FROM M V Xl; residence, five and a lialf miles sonth ofNash Tille. ou the nigbt of.the 2llh ot October, ls.V!, 3 Negro Boy, named BILL ; abont 3d years of age ; yellow complexion, and buld headed. Ha-l a scar across forehead, near the ed?c of the hair: also, a scar ou i shoulder, cau-ad brabnru. lie had on, when na ien, 1 i uari-coioreu pair ortis-cy pantaloons, ana cra ; COllf. 1 will the 1 gireFnDOLTiiPAifpUcediurmyjsil!ntl'e . , laA ft is likclv he has been enticed away by sorue while,. , . . roct27-lwdAw H. W.COMPTON. , State, man. ' v-v "V w.e iri'Vlllf Lill MULES J'Olt SA1.1-U-A ( Al lal Jlalt a.1 LJLIil -- ) GREAT BARGAIN WILL BB GH EN -lliave one hundred MULES forsale. 17 of them wen Drone arm very . .7 . . V. Ji t-,..n Railroads. 1 nave several wiiraoie r n. - - . ;n tfae young DURHAM U1J." r 17'1"f-l nnoi'um. WAVUSO. FOR SALE-Tbe Iairgest two Yeiir Old JA.CK.in ;,,i;"' . oet2s wtf M. R. C. -rfALUAHLE DWELLINt; HOUSE FOR V SALBi-The undersignetl offers for sale his resrdeuce n Spring or Church Street, with the funsitnre if desired. Terms made known ou application to Jt C. FOSTER, Sd. Or in my absence to G. M. FOGG', une 17 tf. TPXTEA'CXIEWLNG TORACCO. 20 jr, boxes jt Jill "M. LangHnrne A Ron's'"textnt Gold Leaf Chewing To- bacco. .iust received ana ior saie trr oct2.,-tf HART AJIOLLINGSWORTfL. . I Mt. 'P. R. T.L. Jilt Y AN respectfully offers.hb eer'icei tt -h - - m j j . I XJ the citizens ;;f Nashville in tdie practrce ( fV I ana especially in rne ireaimeni 01 Vuroun- ucu on tun uii uci ot utttou tiu .I""."'- jne IT , 1353. NO. 132. 3EBICAL. 20CT0.?n TOTOSELY! THE POCKET SSCTJLAPrff3 OR. EVERY ONE HiS.0 WN PnYSICIAS 'P1IE Fiirtil. M;m urtK n.. ' J. Hnndrvl Engr:ivinga.shwiBt and Malformations of the Human S,-.... f .1. 1 form. To which ; .HitJ.1 Trt; on- the I)Lsea. of Female, being of moDiguesr importance. to uurrie4K) jiropMi-,- or :oose contemplating mar- v- P' uTJ lL'LlAMvOt!SU.M.D. 3 ( rw a--uiauirii IK1S , , sent a copy of the -iSCO'LAPICS ,UI CWJU- " T nun from. , an early grave- Let no younir man 1 fir woman, euter into the secret obi i- gations of marriage life without rMdimr the POOTtt I SCULVPIL'rf. no one suffenng fa a bacS Cough, 1'ain in theide, restless night, evv HlT F ""t,mf tnflr aseftil hooV. M I ,,uean .1 thousand of unfortunate i5!?!" ' envfas of death. closed in a letter, will recti va qne copy of this work br HiaiL M copies will be wnt tor One V&ar. X th!" 0It" nr- YOUNG. rnarcblS-lj A lie JUUeJ , DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTEs "' ' W.iiH&ilI'I?,b? joints. SerofclaTKing's Evil V lu.e bn-ellinzs. Hard Tumors MifT n H . Iiateer: VUrtlVvAT ot Tr5el1jltirsWs4!s.stlit.. r . . airghtboxes ; heocc therreulu IbeluB &al7eh" t Dudes. T m . , .... Tills celebrated Pain Eitfarfnr !. 1 .. . . i , j. . . .- - mum, VAtensrfelT ar ' "'aaus and the pwple ingsnerat, bethinthU J , vSt, U " a!ltl08t xes to.jay.any i "l.e-r"."'- ' " "'"J -wuu'wno suna in need aDf its heal id r powers whobav not vt imJ ; xv.i..! sokes e Will simpl.r state avhat it has done in thousand of (sues, and what it will do Ibr them when tried. A VOICE FROM GEORGIA. Read the following festimnny from a Physician. G anil cc Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me of pains of which I iaie.EuSIred for twelve years past DuTingthl perioJI labored imderan aChction ofmr loins aKd side, and tried many remedies that ray own medical experience suar gested, but wttlioutobtainbg relieC At length I used your Plaster,: and am now by its good effects entirely cured, mil recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to ill who arc sofljrinir frouuonh-actioi of thmn.!iii m.nn.. nenf pains in tl side or back. ' rri.. .....l r.- - i .. .i i ..... a oc jicvjiic oi uvoipa imh oui io oecome acqusaated with ts.virtnes.w hen thev n-fll resort to its use. Yonrs, truly; 31. W. WALKER, It. D., Fdraythe, Monroe couEty, Oa. To Messrs. Scoril A Mead. New Orleans, La. JEW DAVIDS OR llEBRi:W PLASTER IN N0ETH CAROLINA. Messes. Sconx & Mtanf I have been troubled with the ' chronic rherunatism for ihe last twelre yeans. On tbe 1st of ru!r 1S4K, I was so bad tiiat I could r.ot turn mvself la bed, and Ihe pain so severe that I had Lot slept a wink la-six day. At tbU tune my attending I-trrsician prescribed tli "Hebren Plaster," aud it acted i a charmj tbopaio left me audi " slept mure than half of the night, and in three diva I was able fo ride rmt; I consider the "Hebrew Plastere beit remedy for all sort a of pains now ia am , . -i, , . Q. W. McMINN. . nendersonyiire,-XC,Ang.l,155fjL I5T W ST gr J3T "iST Beware of counterfeits and base initarUbs' J3fThe genuioewill in future' hare the sigesrureE. Taylor on the steel plate engraved label oa tie lop of eaeh box. Purchasers are advised that- a mean counterfeit of this tr iclcn is in existence. The genuine Is sold only by us, and Our agents appointed, hrougbout tbe South and no. pedhr is aHewed to sell tV Dealers and purchasers generally are caatkmed against buy? ing of but our regular agents, othenvfse they will be impost ed iqiou with a worthless article. Forsale by SC0V1L A MEAD, 111 Chart res Mrert, New Orleans. General Wholesale Arrenfa for the Seutbern Slates, to wbom all ordenr must be addressed. Sold bv F.WIN, BROWN A Co., Nashville. Tena. W. W. A J. B. BERRY, do; J. M. ZUIERMAN A Co. do; CARTWRIGHT 4 ARJSTRON&, do: THOMAS WELLS, do: jnlvl-dtww H. G. SCOVEL. da. SAWYER, WALLACE & CO. . comrissiojy merchants, . - -NO. 129. FRQNT STREET. NEW VORhU . Tit HIO WARD, .vpiin aW OrUnu. "T S.R. H'CAJII,. . Conniiission uud l'orwnriliug Merchant, .C'HArrAiVM.i, TSXX Kr.rtc to IJ. Pkrl, Knwtaos .t It . tan, Iuxixk i RaoTasits, Kiret l.'noiiiiRx. NaAHMe, TeaiC W. S. Wtnmv J anwfS -a. ti. m- JXo. rw. KKinuT. jakim KvaitMul J. M. st J. R. 1IRIGHT, - ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TI LL praet ice in the several Courts ef Lincoln and the adjoining Cuimiies and in Uie Supreme Court at Nashville. T w s septan tkntw. WILLriiT T. KllSJ. , JWVfcS U. U1.Y1DSCK ROSS it DAVIDSON, FA YETTEVI UiB, TENN "Will practice Law in Lincola and the adjefciiog counllesv octS 5m ItEXRT fuirr JK. a. UOIXEIGSWOKTS. HART &. HOLL1NQSWORTII; "Wholesale Grocers, Coamission, .Receiving and Fgr " warding Merchants, aVo. 40 North sfde Pittfic Swre, l (V3t l . JVASWVlLtt TEXS. I IIENJ. P. SHIELDS. A: CO., I COMjKlSSIONilERCHANTS, AND GENE3LA1TAGEXTS, f , ,NBW ORLE.VNS. I Having permanently located in this dir, solicit eoudgn- merits of Cotton, Tobacco, Ac. Receiving and Fonvarding with the fiHing of Orders Jrvmptty attended to. . octl4 m. K. A. RUKXE, 4. S. WILUAUs; JM). A. nSIIRR. JOnNSON, HORNE A:" CO., WHOLESALE AND KETA1L GROCERS, Cominixsioa aud Forwarding' Merchants, and Storers of Cotton and Tobacco. aer of Ifarttt and JSroad XnteB. Tttm july 8. M. II3IENT. 2ot barrels LouisvilW llydraubb Cement V iust received md for sale by sept2 n' JOnNSON, HORNE ACO. T3 AGGING ANDROPE.-300 meces heavy 4i inch 10o unices heavy 4 1 inch Bacwins: 1 I' 850 axis Roiieiu store and fer saleliy ; new " JOHNSON, HORNE A CO. i ,r-T,iZ fsTrr,K Pisw P.''PriS St ' W . i rrncrpee do. Direct impdrtations. For sale low, to close, br JOHSSON, HORNE A CO, Bread way. ocH? CAUTION TO GINNERS OF COTTON. ryHE undersigned dealers n and manufacturers of Ct I ton, hereby give noticeto all persons offering Cottomo them fbr sale, ttiat it must be packed in such a manner that the samples drawn from tbe edges ot tbe bale will fairly rep resent the quality and condition of tbe whole bale; other wise they will claim, from the seller or owner, as damagtxi, the difference between the actual werth at tbe time the fart i ascertained, .and the original rest, with all exposes In curredprtviousto detection, and tbe cost of returning the cotton should it be returned. And furthermore, that wi will whenever a palpable case of fraud in packing cotwa is detceferL canse the same to be poblfched in the papers ul this city, with the names of Ihe seller, ownerandginner.- f uuentcaseiiof fraud detected in Kvr-and fiilttif packing Tbe undersigned are eompeieuro uus -y' -"'."" f cotton resulting freq itVlUI ijftauva s--s.-- " - " i nresulting frequently in. heavy losses to tie owner, vill irointimied. lowertbe characterof Nashville Cpt and will if continued. ton and tliere by injure these who pack cotton honestly, ton, anu niMTiy j .vl.p..r Xiitcjiv i-i ' Teen. .Manufacturing Co., Lebanon. CHEATHAM, WATSON A COi Of Sycamore Mills. - JOHNSON A WEAVER, J. A It. YEATMAN. ' DEERY BROTHERS, " Allooia Msnufadurin j Co. WM. U. AlllLLSThAlJ UU, A. HAMILTON. . JOHNSON A SMITH. tIEOHGE CROCKETT. , s JOHNSON. HORNE A CQ. f"- j J. A. McALISTER- A Git. , '' P. E. 1J00NE. -r- " HBNKY T. YEATMAN. ' an, I 7 augt twiw 2m. R. II. FR,ER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, Jta 13 CLIROSDHIST STKEKT, New OrlttuutJ' REFER-TO: 1 GOT! A. V. Brown. Nashville, Tenr Col.T. H. MeNeill I CialL county. Miss.: MrUe Meore A Us,, UeletraMrk;, i iX"J. Ridley. Jickson, Misi; Marou, Rhea A Co, PjilasU. f TeurL; Jas. ClMalone, Bst, Athens, Ala. r oct I?.-- - - - rrr- EWtlROCERY STORE. daviel w. ncssxu, r.-K. aosity Franklin Teun.. BethesJa,VTenn, RUSSELL tt EOND , V -fl'- . ' and .Commisaloa MerehaBtii A. 54, Jffavry. Aosr-tHUiUeri-' "ST The highest market price paid for Feathers, Kes war. Lard, Bacon, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ac., Ac OS? f&. NS