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Ther cemetery ueamsrov r-tiolerain f its viciai forour t-daTa ADVANriftteNfxra Jof buildino .fkvMgJb iroceed to eotisrder iheadi-ani?-?e6tfeV -: It-is'evftterit'-'that thfe grosperiy ofrUwse soda titS chiefly consists.ia theVohstant SSe of,,'thir in come by borrowers; but nalem. it. oan.be shown that superior 'advantages tusy be seciwd by.obtain- .... ul moiicj, uitjsai3way.oeyend any timer, we cannot expect Ihein loVbeTregarded by th-j public with speciaIjaT.0r.4Jt iWill be very rea dily seen, however, that thpSssilpjioradFanUges rlly exist. JgSf-.- A t first sight, nedttieemO be an op pressive and ui,jn'oc!o?tJoahing' money, the bonoiver being reMredo'y ,preniiuai at the oiitot, and tL-reateranfintere3t--ofsix per cent, not --.imply on the amount .he actually re ceives, but the amouut.for jvhich he bids; and this nrould l.e its character if t hjborxower and lender v.ere here diMijict,par.iiesai istiiac-ase in ordina ry loanvutn'-diH;rnstaiffie"nJudv1dual bor rows from ajoncern of ".which he is himself- a com ponent part, Mderiver " his .proportionate-profit from the itfe3rmept.and.iilnv6sffifenrof tHo very premium and interest thai he pays for,he,Joaa. So great 15 the difference in hia.fayor, th'af bqrrow ing fi'omtheAssociation even a-a'orty per cent. premSfni, jxr;emVc6)nii!P'y'-t-g.8n' interest beside of six pe cent , he does jiot really pay as much asthe man who pays.in;ths"6fdinary way at sis per cent. To illustrate,; .An indiyujual owning fife shares bids for a thaw-and dolors it forty per rent; this would'he four.Hundted' .dollars on the tltouSscdj'neaving b"imix hundred .dollars net.-Eor- tbense'of' this- six "hundred dollars, he. pays six per cent on- a; thousand dollars, 'beside' his shares, which are fire dollars a" monlhj. that js, he-pays.dn Mfee.l:al&-offIS!RiB;n PsaiPd, if s-nof-liVpfy ttj excee4.th.iipefipd().h wilMiaye pa.isefen h'im dred ar.d-twenty' dollars fbr the ufeixiiundred. Suppose, oh" thetblfejTf andilat anlndlridu&l bqws, in the ordinarytwayr six hundred dollars at sis perl cent, lb terest; this- would, be thiftf-six J-Il I-i"-? T - . .... dollars interest l a Tear, in six -resra h:nrilMiairo - jw -rr - - --r- J paid two hundrea and sixteen dollars... He then refunds the pfinrfpal, mab'ng, in all, eight hundred apd sixteen dollars he paysr Tor-Jhe yse of sjr hun dred leaTing -an advantage 'In'fafqrTf tne.borr rower from thp Association ninety-six dollars. Which may be thus MatjjJi, V.JiJ An ordinary Joanj. WDuliLrequre-the'? ' payment oflhe' principal" r.t:eodtr. Six years interest, at six percent:. 4 216-816.00 The guilding' Association wotjIdb !A - quire th.e payment of five dollarf . .' raonfhly, for sliare?;fefiTx t'$KQ" h flix years' interest ontone tlioutand years' interest on ion e tliousnd dcllars at six per cent, .. ' t :3(0 -720.00 Balance m favor of Associatifln, - . $06.00 This is un et.mater at 40 per cent, discount But it is an .extreme case. The discount would proba bly average -about 25 percent, and with .thai dis-count-th'e giving would be-to the 'borrower ?24C. AndltwilF he remarked, as we have before stated, that tbe.'prineijpa. never rgquired,to i)e.pai(J, as" the stMkTuchthe borrowerihasjn thejaSsocia tion lswortl, when the association closes, hjs ppte. The mortgage.ondfth'e'nble are Tancelled, and. the borrower has houe, clear of encumbrance, Jor ,the snip he jas"paid into t!e..4?WHaf'on monthly- ijisja!ment. ' f a person owned a- Jot Plan'd an4 wished to buil3 adiouse'on it at once for thp use pf his fam- I'.y or' to rent out, he Would then need to borrow - t.tily enough to erect. a house. Suppoe iie owns a varant lot and wish'es to' erect a small, snug house, costing $7,o. die would then take' five shares of stooLvwhWi would enable him to bid for-flOOO. !iiippoe be bids" 25 per cent. dico"unt on that amount. He would receive $7k0, and would be rftmireil to pay J', per mouth for jis shares and $ perwmonth for interest; yhici-would aigunttb" il20j'JJejryar Ifew.bnld sve this sum in rent if he oceupted the- hDU" hirovlf, or could probably rentu)HfEat:sum if he did not wish to occupy it himself, and at the ipnd ol z or seven years would own, clear of encumbranqe, a.hqne for the money, v.hich'.TfpmThare been unk for rent, if he "occu pied the houseTumsetf, or enttrelylot if he did not so use it. , . Another, and, a vjfrys greati iadrantage ia,'that the Association loanito the full'value of thepro-perty-mortgaged; and not merely to twoflhirds.-or.. three-fourths of the value. a in ordinary loan?. M" luipnneaw mine citv Thi" it i enabled to do, not only because the bor rower begin at once to pay back portions' of the principal money, thus lessening the risk, and con tinuing'to do so from month to month, by his pe iiodical payments, but also, because the Associa tion has already received from "him a premium whwh.lielnjnfs own exclusive profit, enhances the cnrujSggthat, while it t as safe in loaning to fhi iiUjracrof the property, as in other cases whtreHlfficrtial advance is made, it confers ir.uch'grcateriienefif .on the borrower; for, et.eij if he possessof his private means an available" amount .'.jual to tlle'f tlffiU or the fourth of the purchas? money, he is enabled to appropriate it to his busi ness or in foute otherVay, and by this investment nwy be assisted in paying his dues to the Associa tion. But how tna'iij'are there who cannot comr, mand thi balance? 11 a poor man deires to pur-cha-e pr0per(y,vvt)r1hwai tliousand dollars,' the ut most adrance'he could obtain in the ordinary 'way 4 Tronld be but six or seven hundred dollars; where are the rumsinitif three or four hundred dollars to uunf from? ,' 'foj'iim, such a -um is an obstacle more formidable than thousands might be to others. He would, thus be completely debarred the piivi Icpeof a purchase, did'not the Association remove the d.mcutly by,advanc'ing.ihefull amount i'erhaps a still metre fmporWnl'nfiideration is, that the teturri payments, .are made .insmall and convenient sums, paid monthly; and not In a bulk, at any one time, as in ordinary loans; -Hownanjr,-after having jmid intere? t ibryesri QSftiVJtd Vance," pre compelled 10 suQer tiieir property to be eaori- fced, frorti ta inability to meet th mortgat. Jipon t fct malunty 1 It is true, thai no one ought to fxsrrow money without considering carefully in shat way he shall redeem it, or pay it back again. If 11 person be careless or thoughtles with refer ence to this important rule, either hj or- his family ore sure sooiieror later' to suffer the consequences of his imprudence, -in-.the sacriGco of his property by forced ale drotlfifrwise; but yet, the danger in' vir-h a case i, too apt to be overlooked until the mis hief isilone i individual purchasing property k bv means of aloan, will find it easier for the time being to"nay'six Qr 'seven percent, for the money he has borrowed on- a raortgage of it, than ten or twelve per cent, of Its value, in the form, of rent And in this wavhe may-go on pleasantly enough jor a few-years, keeping, the Interest regularly paid, -Vl.nt the.time comes when the principal money i re ipi.red bj the lender, Which often happens when it 1 dilTiOUtltoobtain the money. In this way pro pei ty i- rlfjjn adrifio'd, or h great loss sustained. DIED. In this'city yesterday at 8-o'clock; Mrs. Mabt Andxksus, wife of Gent a Rr -Anderson: FnneraljServicea this mora, in?, ot her iatc.rsssteape,;6t:10 o'clock, by Rer. J. B. :c-Ferrin. JNBxXQKic, July 12. Nighf.-ThS action, of tw-een hereelindlriduBlIy-anil die Porte. " The wlwJefonafSVkrni-iSfn 'rumirino- it i i2P-g2?4'n..e?peditiontiBder St Arnarjaiiu a - - a '-" ' TheJtisia& army is" ftinhfbsclUh good." order, itk AlWftfltorei on thVSeretirandirruth o .t. , ?uua Jiw,oii 1119.- uifposawp lorce -win rampdjafelyfolloi. asAbat is exjiecied to be' ,tKe iuc-s.u;uaiiiaiieia. - - - . - lcBotss-bnhTs'way to tho Crimea,' fronvKien. JNapiecjn tfie iiaiuc had, on the I'ltti, couceutra .tea his wholejbrce 25 miles. from Cronstadt, in a manner that; would fndiica'te hlS'fntentioh.tO'attack sthatforiresa. - r . 'V-Af ' A'usJsrill'hRyeln ten.'aays aniArmy.of.00, pprfm?2ijtattpn.e4 frpnTtha .frontiers of-Dalmati'a toHlikoiria.. ; ' The White Sea . willbe blockaded from the ht of August . 'B .(les jn Asia are motionless. ' - - i i.TJrejHS atrinteresting debate In the "Pariia- ra'-;5l!,eOr.qfuestionandJCaniaa election. - -"ine coni'iasion of thp bUte8.andGreat, Britain was officially announced. i be Canada bill passed tliroueh the Committee. Austria will evacuate the Pn coficlusioa'of -peace: withlhe least possible delay. . Baltic. The bombardment of Boomerand ' be EiniSto'clock bn the evening of the 21it, by 7 the.masked batter vwasiisrnnni(i omi ed and at 10 the Kussian Qne account, says the English lot 3 jnen, another iikiUed and 7 wounded. .... tiiX - NapierY for near CronstAdt rvins va nfl'i battle ships' 9, frigate3 5. French ships amJ-severai ' icutu oryeiies. The Times says it is probable that Napier- wished tff ofief battle to the Russian flftetorrpm.nnrvtrA ), defence of Cpnsfidt rather than .make a regular kU lacK.oathut place. It is stated that up to the lOth, Odessa was not blockaded but ships were geuing their cargoes as usual. . r Mehemed Pascha is marching to the relief -of nozavawimay.OOO men. A portion of tlie bridge ai aiarazon was destroyed byn" storm and joOO. nussjan Bomiers drawpedi i,ne precipiute retreat of the Russians from the Pr.neipalities is fully confirmed. The Caar lea vcs.immediately to inspect tho for tresses and defensive works' on the Black Sea. The'fo'rtifications of Si. Petersburg are pushed forward with untireing energy. The new Austrian loan will be 350,0007)00. The French papers deny that Bussia evacuated the Principalities' out, of respect for Austria, but thftf she Tjgs bepq forcibly ejecjed. Theppsilionjust'taUetiby Austria is looked upon 'with great distrust by many who believe her ob ject in interposing between the hostile armies and. taking- possession of the theCm. : : --:-;-' -r "Niw York, July 12. The House of August Belmont was entered last night and robbed of SHO.pOOjiaone thousand dollar notps on the bank 01 rew-xork. . -Stkacijse, N. T., July 12, The Democratic Hard, Shell Ponjpatjqn trjet here Jo-day. A full delegaOon was present. The Committee on officers reportedSara'lBeardsley for President, and eight vice Presidents and Secretaries. The President made a speech telling strongly on the. treachery of the Administration. A committee on resolutions was appointed. JndgeWemden begged to suggest a name for Governor, and amidstjeafening cheers, proposed J udge Bronson. The nomination was made by ac clamation. The .Judge had -written a letter to the Convention, the reading qt; which was postponed till tlip Committee reports. Recess till CJ o'clock. WASHrjfQTQS, July 12.-SenaTF- The resolution to print 5,000 copies of the compendium of'the census wa.s luken up and amended so aa to com pose a table showing the number of acres of land in each State under cultivation. A bill for the completion of the Treasury building and new War and Navy Departments, was taken up, and after a short debate postponed till to-morrow. The Homestead bill was then taken up. Ifr. Clayton temporarily withdrew that portion of his amendment in lieu of the sixth section, leaving on ly pending the motion to strike out the section. ( Mr. Phase moved, to qmend by aUqwing all for eigners who may at anv time come to the United States the preyilecee of the bill on eaual footing I; with American bopi. Jr. ijutler iayored striking out wa? opposed to giving fpreigners who may Jaye becorne " citizens the public lqnds acquired by the blood and treasure of American citizens. Mr. Clay took the same view. He had no sym pathy with Native Americanism or Know Nothing ism, but said he kuew no measure so well calcu lated to build tip that party as this bill. After fur ther debate the bill was postponed, and after an ex ecutive session theJSenate adjourned. Honac ! The House, after some unimportant bu siness, resumed the consideration of the bill re pealing so much of the act of 1852. as makes a re ductiqn of- 5p per cent on prepaid postaze of news papers and. periodica. Mr. Qlds said he wished the papers to pay the Post Qffice Department the amount it cots to transport them through the mails. After some further remarks by Mr Chandler, the House wept into. Committer of the Whole on the riyer and harbor hill.- Menchiko'flf is',appointed associate of Paskie ?itck. ' Two hundred transports are preparing to take troops frcim Varna to Crimea. Vienna reports 'say the Rusi'ans have shut "up "the sea of Azof by, sinking barges filled with rocks in the strait of Kertch. " .t The North 'China Herald contains a manifest from the Consuls of ibe United States, France and England, justifying the recent attack on the Impe rialist troops. i '. Itis rumored that the Plenipotentiaries of the above Governments are about to proceed "on a mis sion to Pekin. A man named Arva, residing in New York, has written a letter to Paima saying he is the murderer 6f die Duke. Tho confession is believed, and all prisouers arrested on suspicion are set at liberty. Tho Vienna correspondent of the Times says Baron Pedroff has received letters of recall. It is not believed that diplomatic relations with Russia will be broken off. The Turkish Guard, numbering 2o,000 men at tacked the Russian vanguard and drpr beyond Trafanwalls. j Berlin despatches stale that' w ed men think there is no reason to beU. otiations w;i!l be further prolonged. PiT.rsBtmo, July 13, P. M. River falling with 27 inches water in the channel. Weather clear. WAsnixoTOK, July 13. Senate. The Homestead bill was resumed. Mr. Wade made a long speech in favor of the bill, and of giving the free freest extenifon of privileges to aliens. House; Mr. Bidwell presented a memorial from the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Company, ask ing for an inv&stigatiou into the charges preferred against Judge Grier. Referred to committee en Judiciary. The House took up the river and harbor bill ; all the amendments made in committee of the who t were concurred in, and tha bill pas-ed yeas Do, a iys 7C. The House went into committee cn appropriation bill. the atmy Mr. Staunton, of Kentucky, moved an amend ment abolishing the military superintenddncy of National Armories, 6tid to re-eestablish tha civil 'supervision. New. York, July 13. Flour a trifle lower, sou thern. -dull. Corn a trifle lower, 05,000 at 68; sou thern white, S0a32. Cotton firm; full prices, Or leans 9j"upland middling 9 J, Colfee, firm, with an upward tende-ncy; Rio OJill. Sugar unchanged; Molasses dulJ, Orleans 20i., stock heavy. Javelli. of .the ilavelle troupe, died to day. ' Niw Orleans, July 11. The steamer Otiziba .Yrbtn Ve'ra-Cruz on, the 8th, with dates from Mezi- l. .1 OS -i'-i .-'J . . ..1 t . cool inerju arrived io-uy, u.ia lejiuueu au-h-, is ill and no prospect of ncovery. . . t-.f.. .... J.l. Vs. s. " . T...ll new expeoitioa uuuei vouui uomuuu, .-out- pnsing two batUhons-have beeu" sent to Michouein I wtiere me revolution continues Santa Anna sent tlie GramTCross of QnaJalonpe to irtona ?'apoIeori,.KtngbfPrhssTa, Count Rossi, and others The Sontae troune oimj masencers in the Ori- ... -J i n zaUa. t Galveston dates of the 9th, give aflttering ac- I counfe or the crops. The El Passu mail nrrired at 5sm Antnuin hav- ! ing been attacked by the Indians at Eagle Springs. . A letter from Santa Fe, of Mayr 20th says, In dian hostilities are continuing against the whites, aud a general Indian war is inevitable. The commander of the United States troops .were sent to Eagle Springs and otherwise prepar ing to operate against the Indians. Mrs. Wilson recently a prisoner amoag the Co mauches arrived at El Paso. '"'Ci.scia.fATi, July 13. The weather is clear and pleasant, fjour firm, $FO0a$7O5. Nothing, done !n iJort, BaeoporvLl6riepriceif nominal. Whisky advanced tojso: tteriJaOcJlCBcese 8is8l Sugar -4at,ffeeJ,0 kJldKokssea .lOa'JO. Pig Lead 6 A .market f rm. cl'eatfaers 3t8a4 l.f ' Wool emRR-iEs,'&'c; - A. KERR- & :-C0.', i ; ti IMP0EXEHS OP 0EK?ESrHAVAXA;Cl6ABS; f '' kUfitriVfJ i'ri'riifc'TirivA'1rni." PIIEKOII BHAPnilES; WIJfES, 'BITTERS', ' WW'.-wukuials, FRIT-ITS-, tie. i euar..aH-eei, ,?JPPggiteiggrierandah. 285,'OOp faSSSSS heft aasa rted itfoclc in Nashrjlle, comprisin-all lands, oual itiea, shapes and sfies-ranst ef which'-are the richest fla- iiura, una cusuiesi uigarsinai come Irom Havana. Also; 10 barrels Havana Smoking .Tobacco, (direct irarwr- au1 Cbawin.Tobaccain the niarket 'Dealers 'and asert i ftbe above ere respectfully itiriled toeiro us a call, and examine'our stock and prices before bunDg-clsan-bere;- as ncwcowiuj; vilottu&l7 ttuu leiiill tt as SUCH C&Q be had in any market in the Union. , A. KL'ItR it CO., may 1 51 , No. 21 Cedar Mrppf, nard and Seignett's; , . - '- nqrs, uiara, fjigneitana iiondon 1ock; - -2'tiipes Holland OeuuineQin: -. ' . 10 doieu pure Jamaica Rum, (imported in glow:) C " Chamoaene Brand r. . iiij 8 barrels Wi'i Cherry Bounce; .Miw lOdozen Brandy Cbernea, (French;) v h-v-j .W.case superior Claret; ! . C.1SICS " " . - . -.. -. 4 Pure old Sherry; 4 " " " Madeira; , t-i . j. i - r- . - 100 biskeU Champagne; Clicquot, Charles Hiedsict'--and other farorite brands; t ' London a&d Dublin Porter; .. Scotch Ale; 13 dozen Sparkling Hock;- 5 -' MalvissWine tdelicious and noiirishinjf ltghf Wine. Jor ladies. 'A. KKKK &, CO., "' mayl8-ditwtf ' , , Kn. 27 Cedar st. LYONS .& CO. fr-.V, , Importers and Dealers in Hnvuuu Cigars To bacco, aud nil kinds of Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 CtfbAK Street Vashriltn .Conntry orders respectfully solicited and "pnnctuaUy at- LATE ARRIVAL. CIGARs! CIGARS-Received this day .a .large lot ol superior Regalia Cigars, which lor flavor and Quality will surpass uny ever brought to -""- " unuuuiuy un nana a very large as- . .. ,..v, ul wiKurs, mcn we will sen either at Wholesale or retail, at thalnarmf nri.:. r,.- aI,d City dealers re respactfnlly invited to examine our ptiH-n. uKtuiepuiuuaauig eisewnere. "P"- LYONS 4 CO.. 19 Cedar at LIQUUltM. We keep constantly on hand a full sup pl.vot Brandies. Wiues, and all'other Liquors, of to" ncus qualities, for either whule.-ale or retail by ap7 LYONS AC0..19Ced Cedarstreet IIEWIISU AiVI) SMOKING TOBACCO y ine ioversoi ine weed would do welt tO call ou us we having just .received an article of Tubacco of a verv "P- J . 1 S Cedur street. A T OUI.U mnt resnecJnllr call tha atfentinn rr tho f citv and countrv Merchants oronornllir in ,-;. o.un. u, a -iciuu nuu iuutuNiic j.iauori. an nt ixnir-h ica guarantee genuine Amongst which will be found ths ti.lloft iDtr, viz: 2 pip?s Maglony Brandy, vintage 134; S pipes Star Proprietor Brandy, vintage 1643; 7 Ji pipts Otard Dupee Brandv, vintage 1S50; 5 pipes J. llennesiev Brantfr. Tintam'lRSii- 14 pipes assorted Brandv, vintage from"43 to 'ol; 1 pipe Double Swann Holland Gin, hnfjf" 1 puncheon Jamaica Rum; ' 5 t 1 puncheon Santa Crui: 2 ( paska Pure Juice I'ort Wine; 10 casks L'Durand do da; 5 bbla Cherry Bounce,' 6 butts Cherry Wine; :'i do lladeria do; 10 bbls Ultra Old Bourbon; 10 do do do Jlonnngahila: ft Also, a lull assortment of Domestic Liquors, generally too numerous to mention. r0 baskets assorted Champaign Wine, just received by jv7 LYONS 4 CO. WIRECT IMPORTATIONS. JUST received this day one of the finest and mo.1 beau tifully selected stock of Meerschaum Pipes ever browrht' to this citv- ' Also, a very beautiful lot of Stems, som? of Ijich ar ot Also. Amber Mouth Pieces: ToLarci P.nirhss rnrf Itjira All of vrhifh we most respectfully invite the attention of ' iue purjuc 10 can e,na ermine, as it is un trouble tor us to snow our uooqs. LYONS s CO., j7 19 Cdar street. JUST RECEIVED 800 pounds superior French Rappee Snufl; 850 lbs Maccabov Snuff; 100 Lundy foot Snuff. 1 Lot bne Havana Leaf Tobacc. Also On hand Inghorne's Chewing Tobacco. The Fig Leaf; the 1 Dimn- Bogy's & Co'; Anderson o, and a general variety oi ine unest i ooacco, 0 doren Pipe Stems, with or without amber mouth pie ces. I have a few of those pipes on hand yet, which I KiRBAXT genuine MEERSCHAUM, uentlemen will do well iucallinzhere before purchasing elsewhere, as each pipe is tested before sale. J. MOORE, Tobacconist, apl6 Little Indian, cor. Cedar a,nd Cherry sU HOSE BEAUTIFUL PIPES 1 have just re ceived a lot ot tliemast beautiful M EKlt-SCU A. UM PJPEd ever brousBt to the western country. I iuvije gentlemen to call and examine them, at the sign of the li'ltls I.IJIAN, corner of Cherry and Cedar streets. feb7 'jifr-tf . 4. MOQB.E. JUST RECE1 YKp. One casepf QUl's Uue.Fi Leaf T bscio. Persons using thisTobacco wdl.tiod it totbeir advantage to caU at the sign of the Little Indian, Cherry and Cedar streets. Fur sjle wholesale or retail bv ie4. J. M00RE. TO MERCHANTS. F ft n c v Silk Bonnets CASES fancy Silk BonneLs iu store. For sale by may II A. MORRISON & CO. 12 LECIIOUN HATS. 8 cases Bl'k Leg'p Hats, 8 cases White Leghorn Hats; 2 " Bovs' Tuscan Hats. In store and for 'sale by A. MORRISON k CO. YTTILLOW' CRADLES 4 doz. Willow Cradle and Carriages in store and forsale by mayll A. MORRISON A CO. 1) E KF UM E R V, & cTA general assortment ol cheap Colognes, Bears Oil, Rose Oil, Ox -Marrow, Lyons' Katharion. Barry's Tricopberous, Pearl Powder. A-c, oa hand and for sale by A. MORRISON & CO., Wholesale Yariety Store, corner Square and Deaderick street. mayll '54 I7ISIIINO TACKLE. Fish Hooks, Lines, Reels, i1 Rods. Bait. Floats, limner Aets, Artincral Minners, Hies. Worms. Ac. Just received and for sale by . . ........ ....r . a. aiuuKtsun j: CO. MATCH ESI MATCllESJ! -150 gross Pmndge'a Matches in store and fur sale by the case or single grass. je!!.i A. MORRISON & CO. LOOKING-tJLASSES. 100 dozen assorted siies. For sale by je&i A. MORRISON &. CO. UNUItlKS. 150 doz Port Monies, asVd quality; 17. doz Shoe, Cloth and Hair Brushes; 50 gross Mason's Blacking, assorted sizes; f.a Nest's Maiket Baskets, 4 in nest; 20 " Clothes do, 8 in nest; 50 Willow Wagons aud Cabs; 25 " Cradles, and about 200 doz French Basket s, assorted. In store and forsale by A. MORRISON 4 CO., Wholesale Yariety Store, corner Square and Deaderick street. june25 FOR je9. lOR : A I.E. Oouuter Table, with eight drawers. A. MORRISON A CO. TOILET TABLES. 12 Chamber Toilet Setts, just re ceived by fjea. A. MORRISON & CO. OTEI LADDERS AND CLOTHES HOUSES. Just re- Oceived auew supply fjeJ.J A. MORRISON ACQ. C UNDRIES. Just received. Ice Picks. Ice Mallets, Ice rs. 3 Hatchets, Water Cauiers and Wiiter Coolers, jo;. A MORRISON MORRISON & CO. yATER COOLERS. Superior Water Cwilers, V I various sizes and patterns, just received and fur sale bv A. MORRISON 4 CO.. msy24 corner Deaderick st. and Square. MATCHES 400 gross round sujienor Maiches. J store and for sale by the case or single gross. iel6tf A. MORRISON & CO. FINE CIGARS. 1 invite the attentiou of smokers to to a supply of Regalias, which I hare received to-day. ap20. J. NIXON, Jb BRANHY FRlITS.-'JO doz. assorted Brandy Fruits Inst received. ap'j" J. NIXON, Ja. BAillUOO EISHINt; ROUS. Just received, a small lot of tine Bamboo Rods, free from wornt holes, Acr, Jiu.e; J. O. BROWN, 48 College street. FLOWER POTS. A large lot of Flower Pots, as sorted sizes, from 8 to 12 inch, just received by junei j. tr. hkuwin, 4:; uoiiegestreei. nrrACClNE YIRUS.-A small quantity ju.t received y of reliable quality, Ac J. . BROWN. LOOK AT THIS, Having taken out License un der the new corporation Liw, we are bow prepared to Bell negroes ou Commission, and will make liberal cash' ad vances on Negroes left with us for sals, and pledge ourselves to obey instructions, unless il ba to separate families. Eight orten likely girls wanted. DA BBS PORTER, feb 4 '5t No. 88 Cedar street A NUMBER OF GOOD IILACKSMII'US can obtain situations at the AgriwtturalManufacturjng Company. tie?.') "VfOTICE. All persousare hereby forwarned lrom J hirboring or in any mannerprot jctinga , negro boy named CHESTERFIELD SDLL'V AN,liasT$be, who is free but regularly bound to me by the County Court of Davidson county, as I will enforce the law agiinit bit such. jy8 -3tJ F. DEADERICK. ivr published under the superintendence of THE SOCI ETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWL EDGE. These Maps ere Tery VALUABLE sitae present time, &s they contain every position connected with the "WAR IN EUROPE." For sale by " , )f-i(. CHARLES W. SMITH, GROCERIES, t - ciiaAqs, coifigssOAy 4xf JWRWAnoixa xfjxchaxt Cottossad lobaeco factor. Cjrner of"(Zlfcgt and durr, tirtf(taA7i!lt. COFFEE-200 bags. Kioj1 80 Ijayi Harana SO' do LagnVa'ra; 'SO' do Java." ' CIQAKS0,000 Imrt Harana; 13,Mf American ; . lOU.OOOO Cuba 6'a aadWeeCiijara: ' . "CANDLE3-200boi6 Sgenn and Star; 200 boxes Sterme an TaJlow; COTTON YAUXS A Ioof assorted Nog. Oanuburs,an- perioi qualityat-jnamifacturers prices; FRUITS lOd bis Baiain'vaiisorttdizBSr 5ii drums Fig - -;'-.. SO Baila Almonds; 20 bbls Pecans1 '' , FISH CO barrels and half barrels Mackerel; 75 Kits Marirxral, T4 FLOUB-SOJbbUaaQigor 175 Cincinnati; -' ' ' 75 do SC-Loais (Hemson's:) ,aLAS8r-800.boxc3 Window, all si:e -- .125 do-Qt,Pt,Sd JfFL Flasks; 75 do Flint Turnb era and Oobleta; 60 do -'Sauatt atid Cap Jars; 90 Iemijoas, live and three gallons; i?S?fennes,e8 anJ PHMwe. a.orted sizes, LICJU0K.S :15 cases Iondon Porter quarts and pints- tH barrels American and 'French Brandv; 95 do Apple and Peach " 400 d hiakr, various brands; 50 do Holland Gm; 5 do N. E 25 do Wine, various kinds; Rum; 100 do Cider Vinezar: , I . . . V. - 150 do Wheeling PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickle iu. cases Tomatoe Catsuo: SUOAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar- PulFfcriaed: 25 do LoarfWerioyar SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Peppei; 10 do Ginffer. Rice and imiand: i SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 250 nacki fine and coasa- t cr r.VoUi!i. Trir i ;.i i l" IMM-Miywiif ttuu 4 U OUAdB LH LI 13 U I SHIP IfifiWooUr. K! A V O- 3EE03 45 barrels Millet Seed; TEAS 20 cases various brands: TOBACCO 50 boxes Chewing, assorted brands; 2.a nniAS jraDT i.ioti. mirwriA. tiaIa. SUNDRIES Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil. Leai. Powder, Shot, aalaratus, Soda, Axes, Chains; .Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac. For sale low torcasu by T.-J. CLACK. ESF"Uberal advanceson consignments. WANTED 100,000 lbs ofclean washed Wool; " " 100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard; Dried Fruit, Featherx, Beeswax, Tallow an J Qmseng. For which tve will pay liberal prices iu cash or Groceries. jaul5. . T. J. CLACK. GROCERIES, &c FRESH ARRIVALS. 200 SACKS PRIME RIO COFFEE new. crop; zo sacxs iaguyra uOuee; iu uuis oiacKerei, usn Ol sis; 20 do gjod Java do; 20 kits da; 20 boxes Cod Fish 20 " Smoked Herrings; 200 " Sardines; 20 Kgal. qt. jar Pickles; 20 " Lemon Syrup; 10 Pepper Sauce; 5 " Sa. Bitters: 50 hnds new bugar; 50 bbls Molasses; S0 d do; 25 do .Golden Syrup; 20 do Crashed Sugar; 20 do Powdered do; 80 do Loaf do; 10 tierces tresh luce; 20 do? painted Buckets; 50 boxes and half boxes M.10 nests " Tubs: R. Raisins; 5 casks London Porter; 100 drums Smyrna Figs; 10 bags Alspice; 10 bags S S Almouds; 20 " Pepper; 2 casks Pecan Nuts; 0 " Rues Ginger. 2 bbls Bru:i da; with uumerousTittier articles in the grocery line. just received and tor aiU low for UA-Su by decll E.S. CHEATHAM AC. CHAMP AUNE, BASKETS Er.d ooxes tine Champagne; a superior ar ticle of the bsit brands. Jnstreceived and for sale decllj E. S. CHEATHAM A, CO. 50 by FINE U'lIVES, 11RA.VUIE.S, tot; 10K CASKS 01,0 MADEIRA; 5 " " Sherry; 5X " " 1'urt;" 10 pipes pure Coguas Branny, oJ4ap4 tine; 20K casks " " ' " 2 pipj's " Holland Gm; 2 puccheons Inch Malt Whisky; 10 boxes assorted Cordials; ForsaUby decll . E.S. CHEATHAM A CO. RECTIFIED WHISKY. 50 ' by decllj E. S. CHEATHAM A CO. auaa u'ou, rskn. teeuasi. McCREA At TERRASS. Wholesale Grocers, Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IS Liquor, Iron, Casting's, Nails, Flour and Salt, Ao. 35 Broad St, Xaihville, Tew. SUNDRIES. 100 hhds. prime N.O.Sr, iU bigs spies, 0 " ginger, 4 bbls. puttr, o " alum, 5 " brunst.-iiie, 4u c'ks soda, 150 kegs whita leid, 800 boxes pint and quart flask.. 100,00f Havana sugars, 5u,000 melee and Cuba six sugars, lOo grass matches, li'i bates and X botes star candles, 175 boxes tallow candles, . 75 " bar saap, 100 cases gunpowder ac,i imperial taa, l,bls. Epsom salts, 75 boxes 3 ny 10,' lu by 12, and 12 by 18 glass. 100 boxes and ) bn raisins, 80 " lenAona, 9 rccca injnn 150 bbls. il'ilasscs, 200 U'u do., 25 kegs golden syrup, .850 bags Baltimore Cutfie, ' 75 ' Uavapna do , 127 " Laatira da, ' 50 pockets old Java da., 150 bbls. loaf and powdered Sngar, 5 tierces Ric, 50 boxes Iangborn A Arm- stead's Tobacco, 100 boxes other brands, 10,000 lbs. bar lead, 400 bags shot, assorted, 900,000 G. D. per'sion caps, 800 kegs powder, 60 boxes starch, 800 demijohns, 800 bags tine sjlt, 1000 bbls. Kan. do,. 800 boxes W. R. cheese, 150 " E.D. do 75 doz. plough linei and bed cords. 1 cask madder, 25 hags pepper. 150 buckets. The above will be sold very tow at 8.V Broad, s. by McCfEA &TERRAS3. To Railroad, unit Viirupike Contractors. DOZ. picks, 12 dozen shovels, 10 " mattocks, 40 dnll', 10 " spudes, 75 steal pQlnted eiow bars. 5 t 5 " Bledge hammars, 50 orosv br, unhnished. In stare'nud for sals low by McCREA A TERRASS. " " LIQUORS. f PIPES fine brandies, 2o0 bbls, O 1 " Holland gin, 1 nuncheon Irish whisky, 8uJ " Pike's magnolia wbky Tunn rec d do., lu bbls. port wine, saoie very ,a " Bowers do, SO " magnolia rye do , 25 " old Bourbon do., 40 " American brandy, 5 " N. E. rum, 5u " copper D. whisky. 25 " New York gin, 2 pipes cherry brandy; One, 5 bbls- a'aerry wine, 6 " Madeira do. 40 " sweet Malaga, 15 boxes Muscat wiue, 25 " claret do., 20 " brandv cherriM. 40 baskets champaign wine, 1 1.. 1 .1 o; I lie above will be sou verv low and ou liberal time, at 85 Broad st.. by McCREA ATERRASS. BRANDIES AND WINES. '166 casks superior Urandy, Xwarranted pure,) 5 quart c-sts old Port Win; I, " "Madeira do 2 half pipes very tue B-r,vy. mchlO '54 for sale bv R. BELL, DOMESTIC UQUORS. 25 bhls New York Brandv; 10 1 (iin. I-or sale bv ' It. F. BELL. mchl0'54 No. 28 College st., opposite Sewanee House. O UG Alt 600 hhds lxiiusiana Sugar -all gradet. 11 O Store and for sale by W. IL GORDON A CO. M sale by mar22 W. II. GORDON A CO. NAILS 500 kegs Shoeuberger's Nails all cizes.for sale bv mar22 W. II. GORDON A CO. HACK SALT 1400 bags nne acK for sale toar O rive per Iroquois by W. II. GORDON A CO. niar224 BAR SOAP 100 boxes Prescott A Co., Rosin Suap, for sale by mar22 W. 1L GORDON A CO. STAR CANDLES 125 packages Werk & Co, Star Candles, in whole-, halves and quarters, frr sale by U)ar22 W. H.GORDON A CO. CLOVER SEED 15 barrels Feunsylvauii Clover Seed for sale to arrive per Amsricus by mar22 W. H.GORDON A CO. rIO COFFEE 60 bags Rio Coffee for sale to arrive Xli per E. Howard, by W. n, uvnuuj & .u. mar22 '54. kT AILS. -IOCO KEGS SHOENBERGER'S CELEBRATED NAiLSi all sizes. For sale by jan5 W. H. GORDON A CO. -1I.ASSWARE.-20O BOXES ASSORTED IJT Tumblers, Jars, Lantherns, Ac. For sale by jan5 v. ihuuauiw Jt T OBACCO. 200 BOXES BARTLm' JONES' Extra Virginia Tobacco; 100 boxes Ferguson's Extra Virginia Tobacco; 100 " Stubblefield's do; 100 " Goodwin's do; 100 " Boaz do; fiih various other brands, forsale bv jan5 W. H. GORDON A CO ipiRE PROOF SAFES. WE HAVE ON hand a general Assortment of Rich A Co.'s celebrated Hre Proof Safes, acknowledged by all wherever they; have been tested, to be the best article of the knd manufactured, in this or any other country. We sell st ManufacFurer'a' prices, freight added. W. U. GORDON A CO. jan5 CIGARS. 10 CASES ILA-NAPOLEON RE GALIA CIGARS; . 10 cases La Waternal Regalia Cigars, 10 " Wandering Jew " do; 5 I' Las Tres Marias " do; " 5 "La Estella " d0; With various other brands, for sale by the case only, jan5, W. H. GORDON A CO. STRAPPING PAPER.-IOO BUNDLES VV Vnal TsnntuM Wrnnninu- Panw. for Jiale 1 for jiale by r . i. .siiiwk.f t ,1 jau5 - w . it. utumuj a ul. ECEIVED PER STEAMER RESCUE : 50 bbls. CloverSoed; 100 bblsFlonrr 200 bags Buck Wheat Flour. For sale low for cash by reb24 CUA&. J.Cl.ACK. GAS TITTING. JM. SEABERRY A CO, respectfully inform the citi- sens of Nashville that they are prepared to execute any work entrusted to them la the best manner, and on the shortest notice; and on lower' terms than any work of the kind has ever beea done la the city. Call and see. naylS lsn- "" -M- SEABERR i A CO.. MO?ASSESr-T50 bbls and K EbU reboiled and S. House; 7tf bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup; NAILS 150 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes; . GRQOEUIES. JCK. jSlCHOtj f M. PEACOCK- Jia r. sj.hdcp.sox. , JVHOBSALE llROCTStS;. m or yuHKVT & cHttcn st?, . J ASUVILXJt:, TJiNA'ESSEE r ERESH ARRIVALS. a and Pitts- ft. burg steamer, the followimr article's. vih',rh XU. We an? i-r ,i - V "uu lorinemaetves: ' T. pnm 6 Coffee'. M ! Broimis: laO lihdsSui;; ucicu .sujrs, an assortment; 2.sbagsIVpperr " lneata Teas, assorted: 1 do Spice; 50bbIsSoda Crarknts 10 tierces fre.sh Rice; 100 boxes M Raisins: 0 do Butter du-! Cotton -Yarns: assorted; 5ii boxes Cod FiShs .'ji .1.-, u r 2 gross Wash Boards; 15'neitsTubs; 5 caskaBrandy; 3- do Signette Brandy: 3 do- do; 6 do Madeira Wine; 5 do iiherry do; Id do Port do; id 20 bbls MackereT: luo kits, assorrI,nurabers; 10 caes freh Sardines; a.'.Wts Pickles assorted; 5 bbls liriiustoot-- - 10 do Aluui; f 250 ba fine Salt; t , bbls a M vine; lf y.n"J''bu, a.s'd,sizes; 40 , bbls S M Wine: iu iraus Almonds: jt ' . 5a.iIiU.JT.itk n;. , 100.000 Cigars, yar brands; 50 do American BraHdn 300 boxes prime Chet-se; 50 do Old Bour Yhisxy,' 150 do Quart Ilasks; CO do OldMonoDg do. 1.0 do Pmt d..; 2.T do Old Rve - doT o 0 do Fluted Tumbleraja20t do Recticod do; . 2uo kes Nails Ri..iuae .i iiu di.i. i j l ogeihef with all other articles usually kept in our fine, Ca".8!t NIPH0L, PEACOCK A COS,. "" uoroerotunurch and Market; BSV. M. NdgL... Tuf,s. c, BCROBM..,...A.Tn . : BEN. Iff, NOEL & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, C0&IKI3SI0N, RKCETVTNQ AND FOR W A I! Ill N M EH CHANTS, AND DEALERS IN . " FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, College Street. . MINES .AND LIQUORS. 200 bbrs Pike's fa Whisky; X pipe Irish Whisky; 100 do Pate's Keclitied do; a do Holland Gin; 60 do Browu s.D D do 20 bbls Old Port Winer 50 do OldMonong'la do, 50 do Old Buurbon do; 100 do American Urandy; SO do N K Rum; ' 1 80 do Uin; 40 dn SMYin; 15 do Walker's Ale; 2 ys pipes Madeira W in?; Sherry Wine-1; 8 i pipes Old Brandv; In store and for sale by 0 do pure Peach Brandy; 25 do Apple do: 50 bk's Champagne, B B; 40 boxes assorted Cordials; 20 do Hock Wine; 20 do assorted Brandies; 25 do Claret Wine; 20 do Muscat do; 20 do Brandy Cherries; 10 casks Madeira Wine; BEN. M.NOEL A CO. TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 50 boxes flui Jones' Tobaccu;20 boxes Missouri Tobacco; 50 do BoazA (Joodwin do 20 do Kentucky da; or .1 -. 1 ' . n.ii i c . J .. . , . l , , s.- do lioaz s liold Ial do;, 20 do Mussulman a nectar 15 do Phetiix da; leaf Tobacco; do; 10 da Creole lbs Tubacco; do; 10 do Albrctt's " do; do; 10 do Wetherington's do; do; 50 do Terry Melee Cigars; do; 30 do Johnson s do; do; 40 do Cuba Six do; do; 10.000 Naooleou Regalia do: 15 do Sam Woods' 10 do E S Whiten 6 do Reed A Nash's 10 do Allison's 25 do Fenudll's 10 do Daily's 10 do Lnaus lu do Young A Burnett a do;10,00O Jenny Lind do; in siore ana lor sale uy uu. 31. iMJt-L, & UU. lateaTmuvals JUST RECEIVING AND IN STORE. 250 hhds Sugar, all graJes:;00 bags fine Salt; 300baffsRio Cotfee; 2 0 bags coarse halt. Ho bas .Maucaua Couee; S00 bbls Kan'iwha Salt; 80 " Mackarel; 150 kits N't. 1, 2 and 8 da; 100 boxes Star Candles; 100 " Tallow do; 10 coils MauIIai Rope; 150 gross Matches; 600 bags Shot; 8u00 lbs bar Lead; do i,a?uyra " 80 " Old (iov nt Java: 267 ti'ols Molasses; 150 X" do; 150 k" " do: 100 bme boxes Tinplate; ' Rosin Soap; " Starch;. 800 100 100 rancyboap; 29 bols Copperas; 500 kezs assfd Whe'g Nails,200 boxes qt, pt. and 6 uint 20O casks sup Carb Soda; Flasks; 1 jv-i"l -S- 11- n. 1 ..vii, u.s 1 b. mm ivy. looacco; ioduis Aivur; ouu uemijoiins, assorted; 5 " brimstone; 100 bbls Iaf Sugar; 80O boxes Cheese; zo i-rusuuar.ui'-dugar 10 bblsMpamsb Brown; lu ceropps best Judigo; 5 " Yemtiw Rd; 75 bhls. Clover SeeJ; 25 basa Pepper; 10" " J J Duprei's do; 50 boxes Teas, assorted; 2 casks Holland Gin; 100 gross Blacking; 2o qr casks P. and M. Wine;100 boies Sardines; 1 5 bbis AM Brandy A Gin,500 cans fresh Oysters; 220boxes Imon luobbUU U Brandy; 0 boxes Claret and Cordial; Pike's Whisky: 20 " assorted Pickles; 2.) " Brandv Cherries; 4 bbls Corks 10 tierces Rice; 20 nests Tubs; 60 doz Painted Br.ckeU; luOdoz J(emr aud Cotton Cfcrd: 2C0 25 42 60 20 20 Ohio Rect'd do; Old Rve du; OIJMong do; Old Bourbon do; Old Reserve do; Peach Brandy. ID Apple do 8000 Spani-sli Cisrars: 5000 Melee Clears: Together with everything m our line, which wo offer to the trade low fpr cashl lANIER A PHILLIPS, jan-2o'5i u w Maiket street. FRESH ARRIVALS. 200 HHDS, SUGAR, - all grades; 100 barrels of Molasses; 100 half barrels'of Molasses; 5 tierces of Rice; 5 packages of Mackerel; 20 packages of Cranbeiries; 150 packages of Raisins, . . lObajrsol Almonds; aocasksoflVterand AU; -20 coils U' Manilla Rope; .it..-. 50 paukages Market, Clothes and Covered Ba,keta; loo packages Buckets, Tubs. Pails. Ac.; 20 barrels Pecans, Filberts and Cream Nuts; 20 packages Cogniae Urandy; 10 packages Maderia and Cherry Winss; 4u packages Port aud Malaga Wines; 70,000 superior Havana Cigars; 500 Oemyobus; SO.iKW Corks. For Silo by "ianl2J EDWARDS k HARRIS. BOOTS, SIJOES, &0. JAMliS W. HAMtLTOX SB IN FULLS a. HAMILTON V FULLER, TENNESSEE BOOT AND SH0F. HANUFACT0BY, Corner of Market and Spriug si,, NASHV1LLK, TENN. A'7':- 'lTe 'ore, and are daily manufacturing 'Yl work of the following kinds, from the best mateiial,th workmanship of which we warraut. MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; " and boys fiue ' Shrws, " " " " " " Kip Hoots, double front and sole; " " " ' " Mngle " " " " " ' Thick Boots, double sale; NEGRO BROGANS, double solwl; Women's Plaritation Slops; House Sc-rrunts' Shoe-.; Youths' and childrrn'iicoarst) and tine shoes; ALSO - LADIES' Calt Boots, sewed and pegged; loroci-o " " " Kid " - . " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a general asortiuiat of Slock; All (if wh.ch we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can now Lo bought, aud of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. N. fl. We have engaged the eervices of an experienced Foreman, and are now prepared to make all kinds of work to order. " "JSF" Repairing neatly done with all possible dispatch. apl7 '54 tljan. 1851. SUMMER STOCK. F-iat. Boots, Shoes aud' Gaiters. RAMAUE & CHURCH, 45 COLLEGE STREET. RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public that they have now received. their full suppplies and have now on hand one of the largest and best selected btocks they have ever otlerel of WALKING AND DRESS BOOTS AND SHOES, id" every- description and latest styles, from the best makers, for Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys, Misses and Children, which they will sell at the very lowest prices. may20 FINE SLIPPERS, BOOTS AND GAITERS FOR LADIES. SUP. Black Frenchand Cloth Gaiters, plain and tip'd; " ' Olovo Kid Slippers, RozeUes; . " Embroidered Toilet Slippers, new styles; " French Moro and Kid Walking Hoots and Shoes," " Colorcdd Lasting and Linen Gaiters; Ac, Ac. Jut received by RAMAGE A CHURCH, mayiO 42 College st. EINE RAZORS AND STROPS 200 dozen Wade A Blutchers celebrated Razors, among which a fine as sortment of WARRANTED RAZORS, in cases of one pair each for private use; also a further additional stock. of Bar - bers' Razors; also. Wade & Batcher's Razor Strops, a new and very superior article. FALL A CUNNINGHAM. mar7 tf College street. I THEMICAL LABORATORY. The under I signed continues to give his attention to tha analysis ' ot Mi.sirals. Okks, Soils. Mierau Waisk. Ac He will also undertake, tor individuals or companies, the geological examination of mineral lands, farms, and .routes!. lor roads, Tendering laiuituland correct reoprta of their en; tire physical character, together with geological Bections of maps, and analyses, as hiaV be necessary. "Laboratory and residence ou the corner of Vine aud .Demnmbrane streets. ap!3 !f Bdiw' RICHARD O.CURREY. J. U. L'liitHEY, CABINET MAKER AKD UNDERTAKER BEGS LEAA'E to inform his friends and the public treuerallv. that he keeps constantly on hand Coffins of every description, from the plainest- fins, the best' now in uie for preserving the Corpstogetuer -with good1 Hearses and Horses, and everything necessary tor burials. All orders ieft Cherry street, vri Bight, ray31- cholera : juxjaony vlvxi ' .e Wet. where U,kcS l? cll?l!r? a rr i ine remedies in nu r.w- .c of the inestiaal canal! andonlr fhr n '.fP0-'' 1 lSJ!f UI I IhAt PXinrw irtraalimW nmAma tV a r l . tho' nature sometimes' overcomes the evil, while th reme dy alone-bears oiTlhe praise. Not so "with tbe'GraefenbeW IJyaiDtery Srrup; its ingredient.4 are the natural aiitidott of the complaints; it changes the nature of'the tluidsTand cause tiieir expulsion-iff a natural -manner. It does .not leave them to iuHme the surface or the stomach and bowels, but attacking the cniue, it neutralrus them, and the diseise immediately subside. It is a otvuI mistake supiwBe mat a uismiery is- cured in every instance ira iur uLcnargwar stopped, loXTJf me acrid sec re hum are left iu' the system, there always, pxiats- i tendency to disaAP: a Innv ttt IumIiv aatinn. ,ncai hi. overcome ine morula ons,. nsailu is preserved; and when the contrary is tha ease, those cti e "2? ne?r, a-'ra'u-ff lo the ' healthy jw. :;. "." tvtaeni to every one, toe most ro"uwoE?e& stomach and iate.tinesarted'aSfo by the neutralbatlodof tfr id?enu!t,d lhZ body resumes its natuaral and healtlifBl functiona. 1 his medicine is warranted to ffli and has beea thoroughly lated in thisSiato oh.n, ' 1. l-W....I Xu- i. .wui. wua ui wines aiKvuiu Kuuuaiiy. In bottles at 50nd!i5 cents' Sold by every DruSeist in the State. ALEX. MACKENZIE.. jnne29 tf " NaslifUle. pfARSRALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICON; T. POEOr,M.i).,i"aventMaEd)?roprietor. natutt of. thf Grafenlurj Comnanv. IT is-well known that Or. I'omeror, t"idUcoverer of tSo lastly celebrated Marshall's Uterine Cathnlicmi. is nn' of the'oldast and most skillful physicians ia this country. The medicine, as orerjared by him. has attained a rsnnt. tion fer beyond that ever awarded to any other medicalpre- titration, and wherever it has been uaed it hss needed nn recommendation, save its own beneficial eSrcts Bat one thing has retarded its universal addition and ubo in every case of uterine disease and that is its price. wuicu uax uwu iuree aouars per Dome. It is well knswu that fire out of ererv six. wsmen.in.tha country, over 18 Tears of ago. are afflicted with the com.- function of menstruation. We can assure all f udirers (bat Jlarstiaiis uterine Catbolicou will cure them if no vital part is injured or ruptured, and, it ha bag beeunnr en aearofto sell the medicine at a price which will enable-all v ..; i.l. . -.,, . - .. . kj purcuue ii. i ui-s oas unaiiy uecome pracucaue. and we now announce that the price of this estimable medicine is reduced to ox dollar and rirrr csxrs (1,50) per bottle. It is an invaluable remedy for diseases of the Womb fmd its'appendags; Urinary Organs, laslhe Kidneys and Bladder.) and diseases of Pr iraancr Pmlamus I 'ten or Falling of the Womb I.eucori boa,, or Whites, Flour Aibus all irregulariiif s'of the monthly or periodical turns especially paintul'Menstruafion, ,or sappre-jioa and flowing incontinence or Urine, aud .scalding of the I Water diseased acUoa of tha Kidneys,, a d Utoatmg or Drcpsi Cal SAellings. Also, Spinal Complaints, socalletL.arc gen erally the result ot this class of complaints and will disap pear where they exist, in the same raio as the Cterine are removed Diseases of Pregnancy, uch as Acidity, Naoaia, Vomiting, Indigestion and Fain tings. - - ALSO The Gneflcuburs Dysentery; Syrup. JJfAn infallible remedy for all bowel complaints. In Asia tic Cholera, and Cholera-Morbus, it Was wonderful power. It cures Dvsenterv. Diarrhoea. Dlikulr Knx !rinin a.i.l. Straining, Cramps, Ac, Ac. in Dottles at oo ana z& cents. The Children's Pauacea Is known to every mother who has used it. as a most invaluable medicine for the removal of wonxs. and forall diseases that children sutler from 12 months old to 5 years. Wherever this medicine has once been used, no Mother wiil ever consent to be without it, in her family. Forsale by all Druggists in town or country, from whom may bo obtained pamphlets iriTiaa- full acccncta. of the Graffenburg Medicines. apxS4 AlJiA.MAUh,tZlE. HOUSE FURNISHING LIST. The foBowing list of articles, of good quality, which are all requisite in going to House Keeping, may be bad, delivered in- any part of tha city ."for thirty dollars, or any part at propor-- uooaiepriroa. 1 kitchen table, 1 sett kitcheii.tira irons, 1 ' . fire dogs, .1 pepperbox, 1 Sour dredger, -8;pie platen. -,. . . 5 inunin r'sgs, l.Bce was a pan, 8" cup pan,, 1 blocfe tin codes pot, 1 da da -da, I butter backet, 1 funnel, 1 waiter. 1 water bucket, cedar, 1 cocoa dipper,, 1 tint da? ' 1- colander," 1 basting spoon, 1 skimmer, 1 meat fort." 1 market basket. 1 clothes horse, 1 barrel cover. 1 flower scoop, 1 sugar do, 1 spice do, 1 chopping knife A' bowl, 1 jappaned lamp, 6 pair knife and forks, 1 do carvers, 2 washing tubs, 1 line wssr.board, 2 doz cloth pins, 1 clothaslice, 1 clothes basket, 1 corkscrew, 1 scrubbing brash, S smoothing irons, 1 iron table spooas, 1 do do, 1 cook's knife, S japanned chamber bucket,! scrubbing, brina, 1 biscuit cutter, 1 cake cutter. 1 dust pan, 1 dour stive, 1 potatoe masher, 1 rolling pin, 1 wooden spoon,. 1 towel roller, ' 1 doormat, 2 japanned candlestiaks, 1 coneemill, 1 knife box, 1 do cleaner, 1 pastry boaid, 1 cike turner, 1 nest spies boxes, 1 match safe, 1 pint measure, 1 egg whip. 1 tea cup mop. 1 paper grate stove polish. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO. NoU7, College st, Nashville. We have also a full assortment of Coeking Stoyea,.Qrens, Skillets, Fry Pans, Sauce and Stew Pans, and olhar arti cles suitable for house-keepers, which we warrant to ba of the best quality, and will be sold on the lowest and. most accooi jiodating terms. marl 5 '5 1 SEASONABLE ARTICLES. -TTTATER COOLERS.-witS or'without filterert, of New. York,- Cincinnati and Nashville manufacture, at very reduced pnees. PRESERVING CANS, suitable for Duttiof nn in their own juice the varions fruits and vegetables of tLis and that appiYcniog sea uds. PRESERVING KETTLES, Brass, Copper and Iron", enameled wi'h porcelains SAUCE PANS, Iron, Tin and Copper. WASH BASINS, Copper, Zinc Iron aud Tfu.-Japanned or plain. ' - BATH TUBS, of all kinds and sizes. THERMOMETERS, at all prices.. FRENCH, ENGLISH and HOMEMADE Jelly, Milk and uravy airaurers. , PATE PANS, the greatest variety ever offered in ibis market. NUT CRACKERS, Steel ind Silver Plated and Patent JULAP TUMBLERS, PORCELAIN MUDLERS, Ac DOOR MATS, Manilla, Calcutta, Hemp, Jute Grass, Ac Our stock of Door JIaU bfing greater than the wants of our House Keepers, we will furnish those persona who can appreciate the best article in this line, much cheaper than they have ever before been sold in Nashville. HOUSE KEEPING OOQDS-We receive weekly from New York additions to our stock of House Keeping Goods, and propose to keep on hand, at all times, a full assortment of all articles requisite for the wants of House Keepers. niay0'51 . c SNfi'.V, MACKENZIE A CO. BURNET'S WATER COOLERS. WITH this elegant article families of ordinary siza can be supplied with water as cool is ice itself, byn; outlay of Beta, per day for ice. BURNET'S FILTERING APPARATUS, furremovinar im purities from water, rendering; it perfectly clsar.and wholesome. , ICE CREAM FREEZERS AND TUBS. We have o large assortment which we will sell Jj.w tor cash or to punc tual customers. Also, ICEMALLETS.ICE PICS. Ac. Ac. PLUNGK,- SPONGE AND SHOWER BATHS. We have all varieties of Balh Tubs, made oaiiexira heavy article of zinc, imported expressly for the purpose. Also, TOILETT SETTS FOR CHAMBERS, of the best New York pattern. , r BRITTANIA WARI1 We have this day receiveAfrom New York and will sell at a small advance on the manii facturer's prices, the most elegant xtock of BK1TTAN1A WARE that has been ever offered in this city, at prices mj low as to induce even those in the most moderatevCircum-. stances tu combine elenrance witKcomfort - -. . n l, . ' . T . ti'". .I r. r .z C , - uniiania lyauuursucas, nicuerswups, Ajauip;., ac , aw-, all at equally low rates. BLOCK TIN COVERED DISHES, of all sizes. Coffee Urns, Suup Tureens. Bignn8, Ac, Ac, Ac. faay8'54 SNOW, 'MACKENZIE A CO. GOODS FOR THE SEASON. TEE" CALlFOliM A SELE-HE,kTlN(l. SAD IRON. With this admirable invention, with .two cents worth of charcoal, the ironing for a large family can be done un der the shade of trees, or in a retired apartment, thus sav ing great injury to the health of valuable servants, ud the heavy expense and inconvenience of larga fires. We have sold over 800 of these Irons in this city, and we warrant, them to give satisfaction; IRONING FURNACES AND PRESERVING FUR NACES. BRASS AND ORNAMMNTAL PRESERVING KETLLES. FRUIT CANS; for putting up frail for winter ue 1, 2, 8 and 4 quarts. NURSE LAMPS, ETNAS, and various contrivances iot beating water; or other fluids, by a- spirit lamp, lu.threei minutes, if any of these a' -very lowpriccs. - ICR CREAM FREEZERS, Water Coolers. Bath Tuba. Hip and Sponge Baths. Hfght Lights, Featner LJustsr.; Dusu'og Brushes, a great variety. ' -. GOLD YARNLsff, by which looking glass and picture fi-ames; can: be, re glldid with a common camel a bait -cCOMBIE-S POLISH, for varnishing furajtoe ear. riaees., brass and plated wares. This article a fnvalnable, ? with yerylitlle'labor-, an old piece- of funutnrr cr car-, riage can bi made t& wok as good as new. TrayeliDg Baskets of various kinds, Britannia Ware of ' .11 styles and patterns: Wire Dish and Plate Covers, moat r .'.l r--.. .T-.io.-finir .I'ilitt'n viands from flies and tmpOrBlu.nv. j-,? fi j. yery cheap . ' tfrti 7oO diflerent artidea belonging to our Hooukeep 1 n.rtmnt. which will be sold at the lowest nrices. i ir7:tF SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO. TTTAfiONS AND PLO"lVS-Tln variety cad quan, VV .itity.andof the best quality may.be had' at the Ag ricultural Hanusiciory, no.TS .-uarm street, - rtasnruie,- Tenn.j THy37 tri-w T70R HIRE. A WOMAN and CHlLD-fcircook; JC msh-ir aniircner, tor thibiianceof theyear- Apply-' to jnas4 Wil. L. BOYD, Js. JJf AS-HV'ILLE. AND CflATTANOOGA jtiiL m ROAD. ! DpPAKTURS OR PASSENGER ttm. ! chStTM M"' Trai" dailr for CfcataS .- o"cIrStnMd:lti01' Tnia IaaTe iaiy for Shell,51ft Tariiffh Tickets to CharUstou, S,c. Wfi-iio - . " Savannah. Ga. .Sy-S m " " " Wilmington, N C. VtiOO To be had at tha Railroad and General SUgaCHfc usdw IKsol- , v.raumwi, ona.iii iw iicEetuuice, rsejrar IT. I. ANDERSON.. jalj4 tf a . i. - . smerk route. TJK Wiping ClassUIcatiod raiw Anroortetlon ha. been established br thTlSL. 5f.-Chaxlt.-, andSaTannahwuhNisfiX 2 . ' , . FIRST CLASS. lIqdnoa!0n"y Ro&b- -J Bo,utd samphica-aDj SpurfttfTurpeniine, La casta and burds CarpetiDg Chma; Glass and OIas Ware. Cigars in ease. Clock. Confectionery. Cutlery; ru boxes and cases. Dry Oooda. in boxes and bales. 1 v Drugs fruf Trees and Shrubbery, Furs, Gardeo SotS Iokinsr Glasses and Lootias' Gliss I'latws -nf risk.' Oysters in. cans and jara, Saddlery, Tin Ware. Teas and Sptcej, perKHTlfctj gi SECOND CLASS. Hardware, "axcent fhiltrrr" Hum u. ctiriery. ' . 'ure'gii i.iquors, to uarreht or pipes. Cordage, Tolwiso, ,.l-ie4,'-P1'?a'i8 iiPfin'' nd Axles, Leather, m ralli ana boxes. Oilskin bnrrl nmzYm rrm.v., , .,. SI?: "? crt1 iDte"ki Rice, Zinc, Whittnr, Plrttarol" t arts, Acper 100 JUt - 09 SPECIAL RATES. -All art-el's analagous articles. ' "1 argi at ra Gt ,K-M.hiat!' iFPn2 fn-the Eastern cities will ai Ireigbts from New . Y orfc an.i PMi..i.tf. iTL? -and Saraanah ranges from 6U !2 cenTa p7r cuwlo? according to class and character of reuelft - As the Railnwd ComrauiiM t nan nara discontinued th FLsn;n ...- as . JIerchandise.ir.mil hgnamuF, i- t.,. , ?T?. .'Merctiahts.at ihoso-points. w Sinppers.jusy rely unon a strict aHfisnrira fn ,. .-.v.. iS' .",.r " ' H L ANDERSON. Saperl; Nashville, July 4-tf a. CVrTr. . SPECIAX notice; Ho sh ipments f ntitled to. the abova rates cnles-s each acd J Tf3rp,af ?f ha ,he Dam oClh Dpot ofdeliverr. ead the initials N.4 0.E.R. plainly-marked upon It. . h. r. a. FRilUIIT ON PRODUCE TO CUAKLKS- - - TON AND SAVAXNAir. ' on and.aflets.tbis date, th Articles as enumerated below will ba,gnt through t6 Charleston or Sava&aab. a:,La prices afhxed to each article: " Cotton, per 100 lbs., Ti bicco. hbd., perlOO lbs, soo" Pork in bbls.. ,t qT Bjjgina and Ror. " i . .... . w IL I. ANDERSON.S.it iuly4 tf N. A. (X Railroad. I v- vJh?' fIAOA FALLS, BO.VTON. wd and Madrid and Lake Erij Raiilroads. FARE-REDUCED! ONLY FOUR DOLLARS FKOM CLVCLVNATI Ttt BUFFALO. " Baggage checked to Baffil,), Depot nu the n est end of the citr, on Sixth street. Cheapest and most p'essant route between CmcuxBatj. and the Eastern cities. " ' Passengers leaving Cincinnatt bv 8 20 Morning Train of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton "Railroad, arrive at the lake Shore at 4 o'clock P.M., and go immedUtalyon board the tine steamers, CE -CaptMead; MISSISSIPPI..... . I7ant.t?.rr.j- and arrive in Buualo the. nexi morning, ailsr a refrjsaig nighl s sleep, in time foreariy trains to Niagara Falls, New ""' An, sc. arnvmg at.New York for supper. Tha raids comtxiM'nir thia rnut. fm,n a,sl ,h Ike arelaid-throughoul with heayy T rail.and in conMruc tion r.f track, rolluig machinery, comfortof cars,and sent eral management, is not surpassed by any road into weoU t"-ueuaeir popwaiea ana nigaiT-eaiu' -rated vauevs-cf the QmtUumi bti ri rr-si nlon sr- ning through the large and beautiful town of Hamilton, ' and SandiiS"efieU-' bw" BeUeliti'MV Kenwn, Carey. The B.iats or this line were built expressly for euctfort, safety and peed; and no eTira will be spared to render comfuttable those who may patronize them. FARE. tST Passengers will bear in mind that the following rates cf tare include both meats and state rooms on Lata steamers. From Cincinnati to Buffalo,..., $4 00 do da X. York- ( Railroad from' Buflklo,) 1 1 00 do da do via Hudson river steamers, 10 60 f do. do Boston ............14 CO For Through tickets and information, pl'sase apply at Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Lt&ce, norths west corner of Broad way and Front street, under the Spen cer House, or to J. W. SHIPLEY, Railroad Office, on Walnut street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, one door south of Gibson House, or Sixth street ItepU H. O. AMES, Snpt. ju)yl8-taugl-; AY. A. LATHAM; Ajeaf. tplTTSBUBG, 1'ilILA DELPHIA, BAtTmOKE anj 117 NEW ORK,BAlLROAD. ' - FARE REDUCEDf ' k t. jgNew route opened to New Yort all the" war fcs Railioad. via Cincinnati, Hamilton and Davton Railroad." Ths quicteit, cheapest and most pleasant route to Pi Its burg, 1-hiladelj.hia, Baltimore; and Sew York". DepoTTn the n est end of the city. Only route via PiUsburg and Philadelphia by which through tickets can be obtamed from, Cincinnati to Naw York. One lesf change of cars than any other routo. ' Passengeis leaving Cincinnati oa 8 o'clock Morning Train of Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad go .throughto Cnsllira without change of cais.and, alter thii. ty minutes tor dinner, proceed Ohio and PonnsylvarJa Railroad-aniving at 1'ittsburg. at 8 o'clock, P, IT. LsTe Pittsbure via Pennsylvania Ceutral Railroad, at 9 o'clock P. M. and' am eln Baltunare and Philadelphia at ia"0- ciocs anu su mmnm aim) nexc uar, and from Uin:e, via Kensington and Jersey City, or Camden and Ambov Railroads, arriving in New York at 4 1. it. .. Second Train leaves Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day fan ,'Bailroad at S o'cloct and 20 minutes every morning; ar Hving at Crestline at 4 20 PyM., and-Putihury 12 olocfc and.so minutes, midni'ht; and after a comfortable night's rest resume by 1 o'clock A. M. Tram, arriving ia Philadel phia and Baltimore at 12 o'clock and ajainntes,midnirlit. The only-offices in. Cincinnati by wnich Through Tf ctet canhepurciiased from Cincinnati to New York, via Pitts burg aud Philadelphia, u. under the Spencer House, and 'one door below the Gibsou House, on W alnut street. - ; " Fare. Fare from" Cincinnati to PitUburg,.. ..II CO iFront Car?: fi 00 Fare from Cincinnati to Philadelphia . . . 14 CO do .."da . Baltimore. '. H.tSL da do New York, yia PRtsburg-and Philidelphia all the wiy by Railroad, 18 00 PST For Through Tickets and information, plewie apply at Cincinnati, HamUton and Dayton Railroad Office, north west corner of EfvAd' a and Front street, nnder the Speo ctr House, or to J, W, SUIPLEY. at Railroad Office, oH Walaul Street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, one dcor south of the Gibson. J louse, oral the Sixth street Depot IL O. AM E.-, Superintendeut jul13-tf. W. A. LATHAM. Agent, . TO TRAVELLERS GOING NORTH, V uiteii States ill ail liine Through in 43 to ZO Hilars. KEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEMI WEEKLY STEAir SHIP LIKE. LEAVES Adger Wharves, every Wedne' day and Saturday after the arrival ct 13 cars from the South and West. on Saturday. Nushville., 1500 Ions. JL Beiry Commander. Itluriun, l,20u tons, Vt Foster, Commander. ir ON, WEDNESDAY. Jus. Adger, 1,500 tons, T. E.Tumer, Commander. Southerner, l,00d tons; Thos.Ewrn, Commander. . .Theje steamers are unrivalled on. the coast for safety-, speed, and comfort, experienced aol courteous Commaa. ders, and" tables supplied with every fnxury. Traveller by this.line will be uusured every possible comfort and ad eommodation. , . For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Ac commodations, apply at the office ot lb Agent. Cabin passage,' " -J5- - Steegessage., --y ajBBOOil. . iiCorner East Bay and Adger's Wharrex. CfaarlesWJMgl4.y1854.-tf. . NATllTJLfALEBANON AND SPARTA JUAIL STAGE. ZOUR HORSE COACHES. 31. A. PBICE, Contraetor. F" IB LEBANON, teavei Nashville dai ly, e icept Sunday a, at 2 o'doi, P.M.; ArnveH at Aoaauu si ta cioca, Ai ai FOE SPARTA. Leaves Nashville Mosdaya, Wednei 'days and Fridays at 2 o'clock. P. M. Arrivicg al Sparta atlQ o'clock, A. iL, nsxt day. staJe orricEs. . MITCHELL'S nOTEL Sparta, " " i - DRAKE'S HOTEL Utsanon? . i NASHVILLE INN Nashville. Lebanon, Joly 1,1354. jy8 lm "g wA o - CARTER, TILOJCVN & HOUGH'S WNIIEll JaTATES JLSJX XDTES 91 splendid fLXMrn: FOIT-R H0ES5 CUACHbS, . it " TOR JACKSON AND MEMPHIS, " f Y7A OdUMmAlEXTNaTAND "WAYNES BOH. rOe HHxidredmfles-'fcraptts.aBd thebalaaejr "s f l a. ljeaatlfBrKirh Ridge Road. i T-rct iJaihville if oa days, Wednesdays and Fid T,lff . a o'cloa; P. M. Apply at General Stag VsJT H. SliuGHTER.At.