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T XtlTemeraTtiiUiL!M nut best tdTfttirinj nedtua i iat v riufc ) larrw. camter et :cLer i tkt tovtsi proponifti ct: nd i- or the Ufiio and Anwntut it cmtcou to the wfcoU eomaoitj, d w - lacMMOc - locrtsu q wreity wJ Viemi! iacnlinHtarpaMeaHiucMtnieTtriti.' . THOS. S MARR IS THE GENERAL AGENT OF THIS PAPER FOR COLLECTING SUBSCRIPTIONS, ADVERTISING, AC. a SUNDAY aiOUMNG. JULYI, J.855. 'At a meeting of tho Irienda of temperance cld yesterday, at tho Uourt bouse, tne foUawmg resoldtioa wfcs adopted: TEesolved, That a committee of. seven, composed of "Alessrs. McFernn, McClelland, Hatcher, Koepe, "VTiggs, Ware and Hailey, be appointed by this meeting to call a convention of the friends of tern- perence, to be holden in this city on Saturday tho 7th'of July next, at 10 o clock A. AL, to take into consideration the propriety of adopting some plan by which the Eansa of the people of Davidson county may bo tikim in the AugU3t electioM up on the question of a prohibitory law. Pcblic Speakixo. OoL G. C Tobbett and Gen P. K. ZoLUCorrEK, candidates for Congress, will address their feliow-citizsns at the following times and places: 'is rjAviD&ojfcouKTr. - At Stewart's ferry on Thursday, 28th of June. At Austin's; in tho ' GttVDistrict, Friday, 29tU of June.. At Tank. Saturday, 3Cth of June.' " ITNashville, Monday, 2d of July. -At Dunn's Store,' Dog Creek, Tuesday 3d of July. I .;, - IN DIXON OOCNTY. ' At Bibb's old place, on Turnbull.-Wednesday, 4th of July. .... At Hocan's, on Piney, Thursday, 5th of July. At Parish's, on Yellow Creek, Friday, Gth of July. - 1I STEWART C0UNTT. At Hollister's Forge, Saturday, 7th of July. At Dover, Monday, 9th of July. K3T. We received from Mai. Jackson, of the Hermitage yesterday, a cotton bloom picked on his place on the 2StK He says he will have hun dreds by tho 4th of July. KS? Th friends and acauaintances of II. L. " and Ltjot' Claieobne are respectfully invited to at tend the funeral of their little bov John, from their residence on Tine street, thi3 evening at five o'clock. Divino service by Rev. J. B. Ferguson. COilMOSIOS TJOX. - Smititviixe, June .28, '55. Messrs. Editoes: Johnson and Gkntht spoke here last Saturday. It would bo unnecessary for me to give you a detail of their .speeches, since the substance was the same as those made on previous occasions. JonNsoa'a effort, 'though he 'd not have good command of his voice, was a noble and masterly one. Gentry's arguments (if they deserve that name) suffered a complete demolition. Gov Johnson showed conclusively the invalidity of his opponent's positions convinced every unprejudiced mind that know-nothinism is all a grand humbug, gotten up for the benefit of threadbare politicians, and that its principles contravene the spirit of our free institutions : In fine, ha proved to the people of DeKalb that ho ".vas the man best calculated to fill the office to which he aspires. The people were, undoubtedly, benefitted by the Governor's effort; and, they came away satisfied with him satisfied with his manly, statesmanlike views, and convinced that every patriot should vsto for him. We regard Johnson s one of the most powerful men that our chivalric State has produced; we re gard him as the next Governor of tho State, and eo do the people of this county. Be as'iired that, if the citizens of the other counties discharge their duty as well as the people of this county, the American party" will receive a severersliock than it did in the Old Dominion. Eespectfully, w. b. s. Paris, Juoe 29, 1855. Gentlemen: They do so- ray there have been some know-nothings here, but a few days since, I am informed, about thirty .or thirly-five bolted, amnnir them five or six whiffs. Good Democrats had been drawn into it unawares, and so soon as they could seo how the wires were pulled nnd by whom, tbey were very much disposed to think it a bad location for a democrat, and therefore were taken with a leaving. There will be nothing lost to Johnson in this county, but, I think a handsome gaio, hope so any how. Tnings aro gsmj: on right, the more they abuse him the stronger he gets to be with the good old fashioned thinking men. Know-nothingisra is declining very rapidly, and if other places are like this, there will not b-3 enough left to tell the tale. Truly your friend. The Washington papers record the death of2Irs. Taylor, a venerable and estimable lady of that city. The Organ says : "Mrs. Taylor was born in the year 1772, in the then colony of Maryland, under the Crown of Eng land. Its representatives in that colony were her sponsors in baptism. Her early youth was spent at the brilliant court of Annapolis then the gay est and most polished city in tho colonies, north of rwuofnn in the vear 1793. after a visit to Mount Vernon, Mrs..Taylorihad the honor of being KPnt m Alexandria ov asiiinsion, in cis ciianui . r - . - : 4i.Z r !. drawn hy uur norscs, i uin aiyiu v j , having under her charge airs, w asbingcon s grana datiHhtcr, tho then beautituiiMeny usus, me sister of G. W. P. Custi?, of Arlington. "Mn Taylor was tho motner oi a targe lamuy, j i .n,mcinii' rViildren in. Waahin;ton. in and leaves surviving '.children iny Washington, in Virgin and Alabama. Her eldest son, -who died in 1821, was a lieutenant in the United States Navy."' ' C3? A well known tavern-keeper in New Or leans ivas spcalcinc; about ht3 brother Ben, who is n.,ir.r iSnw." Raid ho. "J3en cant stand anvthiiifc at nil; he hns been used to the way they then pour anotfttr innl of water into the brandy cask. Extradition of Ftjcutiyes from Justick. Tho Attorney General, in recently deciding points in volved in a case referred by one of the Secretaries, has ruled that a foreijrn tnnndat (TnrrH, setting forth the offence of a fugitive from the justice of a foreign country, within tho terms of any treaty of extradi tion, such mandat, coming through the proper po litirHil channpl. is eufficient foundation for the issue of the Preeident's warrant, authorizing the issue of proceedings before the judicial authorities 01 the tJnited State?. The armies ir EoRore A table of the land for ces of the European powers cive3 England 230,000 mm exclusive cf tho East Indian army of 348,000 men; France, 5GG.00O; Russia, 1.154.000; Turkey, 457,680; Austria, S03.000; Prusia, 580,S03; Ger many,224 000; Sweoen and Norw.iv, 1C7.000 Dpd pjirk,' C9.550; Belcium, C1.100; Netherlands, C7, 61S; Sardinia, 47,550. This tahlo ehows thr.t ths military rcsourras of Russia equal the combined military resources of England, France and Tur key. We are authorized to announce Col. Janfs M. hntiD as a candidate to toprusont the counties of CoiTtw, Wanvn, Cannon, Van Buren and Grundy in the next Hute Senate. VirmTn nnvniiessiosit. DiSJniCT. We aie authorized to announce Col. Jobs H. SviQsas a condidate to tvpre- nentthoFonrthliSinciiauieueiiuuji-us 11 iue uuiieu Stales. TnoxM A Axoeusos. ot Oottee Cnunty, ca a candidate to rDrtent the Fonrth Congressional Dittrict in tho next Congress 01 mo uuuo-". : C Toeb-t, of Dayidson county, is a cantfi da'ttto pie"se..l this District in the next Congress. SNEED'S ltEPOUTS. . . -TEPORT3 of the Cases argued and determined in the tV. Supreme Court of Tennessee, by Jso.T. L. Ssisp. Vmiyo0rrCiidrSndf0rSlleb W.T. BERRY 4 CO. HO tUlDgS Up IMOriD. tuu it a -- I Hill undsava to liim. 'charge mat," asn ceis inaa aim jitSIRAHLE lot for th wallrinfrrinht into him. Woll. that a not XX. thecnnerufnnud ,h with mn: I merelv sish verv faintly, and leeu.n the snuth sideof NEW PtTBtlCATrSNS: 3r. Spragne's NewWprk SECOND EDITION- - . VISITS TO EUROPEAN CELEBRITIES, By Eev. WiUiamB. Spragne, D. D..I voL, ;12 aw., L- "This vol urn (ftntiai-a nf rpHax of ETaihii and life like Personal Sketches of many ofth most dUtingubed Men nnd Wnmn r,r Pnmno with whom the author be came acquainted in the course of several .European tours: toward Irving, Rowland am, mine Hail Jhr, v,- ii.r-.r,.!, More. Gcaot. Lotus -Pi ilhppe. Sisrnondo. Tboluck. Gesenius, Neauder, numbolt, Xncke,? Hoger. Campbell. Joanna urait, - couuui, juwui Opie, Dr. Fusev, Mrs. Sherwood, nana JulgeworUi, John Gait. Dr. Wardiaw, Dr. Chalmers, Sir Darid Brewster; lord Jeffrey, Prof. Wilson. Southey, and others, era here portrayed, as Ine autuur saw uieui in meir own nomw, nnr iinrfcr tha most adraitajreon circumstances. Accom. panying the sketches are the Autographs of each of tha personages aeacnucu. fur iub &ociai circle, ior tuc mi eller bv Railroad or Steamboat, for all who desire to be refreshed and not wearied by reading, this book trill prove 10 De a most agrceaoie coinpamon. Also, many other new works of interest, for sale by june24 TOON, NELSOJTA CO, 44 Union street To the Citizens of tho Southern and Western Country. Learning from my agents and correspondents in rations parts of the country, that my Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps is extensively counterfeited, especially in the Southern and Western States, and finding that the pirates daringly advertise their pernicious deceptions uner the name which belongs to my article, I think it necessary to cau. tion the community against these Tenders of poison in disguise. I introduced the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps for the purpose of supplying the medical faculty and the whole community with a pure medicinal spirit, which might be prescribed with confidence in all eases where jstiniulanU were required, witnout producing the fearful consequences which invariably result from usincr adulterated liquor. In order to render as;uranco double sure. I had thd article analyzed by chemists of wotld-wide celebrity. and sub- xuiucu ib ior experiment icsi lo inousanasui aaiiugmaucu medical practitioners. Tha resnonses from these sources were of the most uaequtrocal and satisfactory character,. ins now oeiore ine puonc, surrouQuet wuu iuc&u uaran. tea3. tnd bearing these unimpeachable endorsements, and I call upon the communi .y to protect themselves and me their own health and mv renutation by frowning down and repudiating ihe piratical speculators who are peddling their foul commodities undercorerof my trade mar k. No article had ever been imported from Holland into this mar ket, under the nane of Schnapps, previous to the ap pearance of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, in this citr. s The 'tint inoortation being made into this citr in the' year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, which can be seen by the Custom Uouse books, I deposited tny label as a trade mart in tne u. s. uisinci uouri or. xne aomnern District of New York, in the year eighteen hundred and nivv-one. ana nave ir.e cemucaie mj posseision oi tnai .ft: . .1 4TT .-! - date. 1 he great demand, which has thus been created for the genuine article, has set the whole hive ot counterfeiters in motion, and the duty I owe to my customers uud friends. and the public, compel me from time to time to put them on their guard against imposition. I hare established a uepoiat'.'j soutn rroni streer, rnuaaeipnia wnere tne Western merchants can draw their supply at New York prices. uuuwiiE wuLt'K, 'Si Beavor street, ss ew lore; Messrs. SEYMOUR, FANNING & CO, Wholesale Agenta, Nashville, Teun. je27 lm Ziot for Sale. OWIXG to my late misfortune by fire, and wishing to establish my Itoofine Factory outside the corporation. I will tell at nublic salo at the Court House, on Saturday next, June SOlh, if not previously disposed ot, my LOT in South Nashrille, situated on the corner cf College and Mulberry streets, fronting fifty-two feet on College and running back halfway to Cherry street. This is the lotsn which my Knofing Factory stood. A credit of 6, 12 and IS months will be given, note well endorsed, payable in I i :n i . . - i , . . , uo.uk win ue ictiuircu,auu a lieu reiaiueu. june7 Ul J. T. XiATUUKST. Eim&STQ28 SPRINGS. E. J. & J. KUEIDER, ABE dot ready to accommodate visitors at this well known and popular Watering 1'lace. Ample prepa rations have been made for oromotincr the deasure and comfort of all who may come about two hundred shade trees having been added during the past season to give additional protection from the sun in hot weather. Of the TABLE, it i i only necessary to say that it will be supplied, as heretofore, with the best the country will afford. Ha. sides all the ordinary amusements and recreations, fish and game are abundant in the neighborhood, co that the gunner and angler msy prosecute their favorite sports to any extent. ZzS7 Uran's Hand of 31 U31U has been employed for the season. Boarding per month $23 00 " " week 8 00 " " day 1 50 Cbiluren 11 years old and under, half the above. Ser vants half price. A sir pasf engcr omnibus is running to the Springs three times per veefc Faro each way $1 50. Office at the Se wanee Hou?e. where seats may be secured. The omnibus will leave Nashville at R o'clock. A. M.on Tuesdays. Thnrs days and Saturdays. Returning, will leive the springs-at stime hour ou Mondays, Wednes 'ays and Fridays. Care ful drivers, good horses, comfortable omnibuses. No rains will be seated to make the triD nlcasant. and n so. journ at Kingston agreeable. E. J. 4 J. KBEIDEE. une-js lm n SUNDRIES. 1000 bbls Salt; 1200 Reams Wrapping Paper; 200,000 Regalia Cigars; 20 ileleo do; 5 bbl No. 1 Mackerel; 100 bxs Soap; 20 casts Otird, Ropey andf. SOO bi3 pint Flasks; 200 do quart do; 100 caks Wines; 100 do Soda: 10 ccrorns Indifi; . 4 catk Madder; 45 bags Spice; i mei UHs-iiiian uranay: oij-i .1 H'. t - l .. -1 . . . fo oo t.ineer: 45 do Penner: With oilier articles in the line, for sale by june23 H. S. FRENCH & SON. UCAlt- -120 hhds Prime Sugtr, for sale by It. S. FRENCH 4 SON. une2S -lOVl'VE- 130 bags prime Rio Oflee in store and for je27 II. S. FRENCH 4 SON. J sale by CANDLES l.r.O boxes Tallow Candles; 200 do Star do; In slore and for sale by H. S. FRENCH 4 SON. WHISKEY "00 bbls Whis'.ey, various brands,' in store and for sale by june23 II. S FRENCH A SON. BALE HOPE 7b9 cails Bale Rope, now landing from steamer Madonna, and for sale 07 . . jnne23 11. h.-reK.VUll A SOU. TOEACCO SS0 bxs Virginia and irentiicky Tobacco, in store and fur sale low, to close consignment. , jnneis b Jl. is. 'KKRCH A.SON, "TA I I.S 600 kegs Nails Ior sola br IN ji3 H. S. FREKCH 4 SON. NOTICE. OS SA'iUliMAl, tbe 25d inst., a sprightly, quick ft. spoken, Negro Boy, of a copper color, about 153? or I G years of age, tolerable well grown, says h sV name is 11 r.Mi , was arrested in Ssmitn county by Jo S. Stott and .Mcrritt Stanford, and committed to jail at Carthage as a runaway. "Notice is hereby giren to the public that the owner of raid boy can get him by proring property and traying charges. lie also cna a nay mare mule ct tlie second class surv 1 . 1 . 1. i , . . .. posed to be 6 years old, which can be recovered by the years i ; :t!ne ... iuus nonoi juuu ui 1 Bridges, proprietor of the Inn at Cartbsge, t. HUNT, -St Jailor of Smith county. A CAItU. janc23- fTUIE recent destmclion of tbe Building. Machinery JL Furniture and Material of tbe South Nashyille Furni ture Manufacturing Company, makes it necessary to close up the luniceisot said Company. It is therofore earnestly desired and requested that all persons indebted to the Paid Company will come torwnrd and settle the same, and all persons haying claims against said Company will please piwscui mew iur gciuemeni. K U. UKOOMES, Prcs't. June 22, 1 S55 - Ira. W1L L. NANCK, See'y. J2f" We haye some FDRN1TDRK on hand, which trs will sell at our ucual price, and wish to do so as oon as praciicao'C. j27-lm 1LOTS FOIt SALE. e erection of a Storehouse, on and Summer streets, fr n'tim? 40 Broad and 140 onSumrmr. :iful lots in Fwinnjt Hdflltfftn'frtr sale ou lorg time to persona who will erect good dwell ings on the Irts. Ali0 A desi'abl residence lot on Spruce ttreet, be tween Church and imad. AliO A beautiful lot in WestNuhrnu ni,.M,n of Broad and Mc'Nairy Sueets. . J . L. 4 R. AV. BROWN, jnne2.-gt7 44 Cherry-st. COUNTRY ltt;.sil)KNfn-: WL are now oflenng jr s:ile that denrablo residence herej. C. Catilrel, j.Sq. resides, about 4U niit8 from the city, on Ihe'WhiWs Creek p'ke. The dwlhng ia a large b ick homo with b or 10 ro..uw, out buildings 4c , and about 12 ) or 180 acres of land. Apply to ' J. L- 4 JL W. BROWN. iiarS:7 lm 4 1 Cherry Street. TIIE P.fV. DL'. BOARBilAN'S NEW VOHK. npUK URKAT yUl-- I'lUA; Will you consider the sub jl jeettif Pciw.iml lirligionf 170 pp. 12ma. To I 'r atom, 1'an-ni.saini Teiclier.n, lliis volume willprore a sessoaible snj ra.nahle i:eh. - txrcicTj mou vnrrACR. "It is an eyery oay oceurrenca, to meet with persons who 'fed an interest' in thn subject t.f.religion 'and who, on tins sround, exciiM! themselxes from giving lheiraltn tion to ft. I h.iye in rery ma.ny irsiUr.rts wanle-j. some suitable hook to iiiase iu tho hinds of persons of this descrption. "MUiin a rcriaai oroaa anu comprehensiyo sphere, Baxter's Call. Alleine'a Alarm, Doddridge's Ri?e and PrusnMJ. or Ua'v burton's Great Concern of Salvation. might answer tha pirjwse. But with a gre it number of individuals, not one 01 iiitte admirable works ceuld be used with any tope of its being jead. "It is boned that the present volume will prove an ac ceptable offering to tcme n ho are either neglectirg their onu duty, or nbo bare friends to whom they would like to propose the question "Will you consider the subject of Perianal Rehtionf" Just received aud for salo by CHARLES W. SMITH, iuay22 41 College Street. SWEET OKANUES A few boxes Sweet Oranges received by anl5 WKSSKL A THOMPSON s rn j v i'ii. FROM my place near Nafhville, about the first of May last, a dark bay MARE, about fifteen hands high, with baa 'black n.ane and tale, about 7 years old. She had with her a light bayborse mule Colt, aboutlO mouth old, one eye had been hooked out by soms means. Any one knowing of them and bringing them to Richards Stable, or addressing a few linos to the und-rsigned wiU b liberally rewarded. J827 WM. HEFFJSRMAN. 1 : 1 I Aku 3 or in beau! MAGETIG TELEGRAPH UP TO THE H0TTB OF PUBUCATIOIT. PmsBUEO, June 30, noon. Seven feet six Snchil oi water in the channel. Vec.ther very warm. " New YoKKune 30, noorL-Cottonanarketrdull with" & declining tendency, Tlour l&Jc, per"bbl lower, sales of-3.200 bbls Good Ohio afc aS900, Southera.?ip.50all DO: "VTiieat unchanced; portf; has advanced-ono tent, sales of 35000 bushels Mixed t 91a93-Pork: isLfirm;- Lard unchanged.-' Stocks are dull. 'MnnRV-nnriruihrrAd . ' o -CIARUS.VU , TU-a'Tn MARKET. - -y. -''K' " ' ' 'ns 28, 1835." bales by W.iJ.McCiuio ot i '.. T ..'ilcco as followr; 8 J5 3 0 8 50 8 0 7 80 7 15 7 13 U) fi S3 G S06 0' 8 75 0 C5 C 45 6 So 6 Si 6 25 6 55 B 055 85. THE OCEAN STEA3IERS. Sailing Days to ana from the United SlKtcs. FROM EUROPE. I1ERMANN. Am.)?cctlianinlrn, June 2, for.. New York A i r 14i;a, tor i.iyerpr i,,niia ;;i. lor Uoston l'ACir'W,(aia.lUv(;iiK.t,!.Jiiiie30,fjr -..NewYoik AliAtiU. (Aim ) Uarre, July 4, for. ..New Yoik AFRICA, (nr.) I.irerpool, July T, for i......Roston. Ai.vnt;. Mm.) urerpool, July 14, for.is.Ncnr Tork WASUlMiTON, (An ) lliirre. July 13, for-.. ..New York KUM THE UMTU STATES. PACIFIC, (Am) Nevy York, June 13. for Lirerpool AT ASUINGTON. (Am ) New York, June 16, for.. Bremen AFRICA, (Br.) Boston, June 20, for I.iyerpool ATLANTIC. (Am.) .Vew York. Juno 27. for....Liyernool ST. LOUIS. (Am.) New York. June 30, for Uare Anr, fr.) Boston, July 4, for Lirernool UAii-nu, (Aa.)K. lork. July 11, for. Lirerpool HERMANN, f Am; New York, July 14, for, Bremen AMERICA, (iir.1 Boiton. Julr 18. for I PiCIFIC,(Am.)New York. July 25, Jbr.i....-Uyerpool ARAQO, (Am.) New York, July 28, fr 4i,oHarre fOCElllES AT AUJCTIOX, UX JJAV13 & EWAffif. " ' irosaiAf . the yy rejilar sale day w Sd DAY OFJULY. bein?cmf -we win sen ior casain tront ot our alore:- 5 hhds Sucar. fair to very: prime 150 bags Rio Coffee; 50 bbls Reboiled Molasses; 50" hf do' " do do; , ,20 bbls Loafgapar; : J20 do Cmshtd do; 20 do Pulrerized do: . rtt"3 60 bbls Pine's Magnolia Whisky; 10 do Tennewee do; ' ' 10 bbls and hair bbls assorted-Brandies; ; 10 do Domestic Rum; 100 boxes Fresh Cheese; ALSO Glassware. Soda. Sain. S!ar and Tallow Con dies, Pepper, Spice, Indigo, Madder, Cigars, both fine and cuainiuu, vruu a great ninety 01 omcr unices. june29 DAVIS fc SWANN. GilEAT ItEDUOTIOK IN TIIE RATES OF FREIGHT. BETWEEN PIIILADEf'SIA AND NXSnVlLhE, VIA SAVANI7AIT, THROUGH BY STEAM! FOR the piesent and until further notice, the5Tl rala of fieteht f.ir Lrtrht- Onods and DrrJSSKKS Goods, by this line will bo EIGHT CENTS per J ; '3 cubic foot, instead1 Of Iflcents as heretofore t U. A.L LAMAR, Apent, fune-29 2m AtSayammh. GREAT HEUUCTIOiV IN' T11K RATES OF nrrwErts NEW YORK AND SAVANNAH. TIIE Rates of Freight by the New York and Sayannah Steamship have been reduced as follows: All goods heretofore nayincr 10 and 15 cents rr cubic foot will be taken at S cents per cubic foot until further notice. SAAl'li t. .MITCHELL, 13 Broadway. N. Y. PADELKORD, FAY h CO.. Sarannah. jc22-Sm (ilt.ETA REDUCTION IS TnE RATES OF FUEIG-HTj . EETlVErK New York and Nashville, VIA SAVANNAH, THROUGH BY S TEA MI 1 the New York and Savunnatiij Sleamahir8 haye been reduced us followt: AH Good heretofore paying 10 and 15 cents per cub!c foot, will be taken at S cents per cubio font, until fnrtlnr nn.lnA O 4 t T I 1 1 T 1" H M F 1 13 Broadway, N. Y. PADELFORD, FAY 4 CO., Sayannah. je22-2m Reduction of Freights FROM NEW YORK TO CHARLESTON" ! McCREERY H00ES, COTTON FAUTOKS. COMMISSION AND TORWARDK.'O 2ERCIIAirT3, ifroim-i m.arf, CharlteUm, S. C. WILL attend promptly to the sale of all kinds duce, to th receiving and Iorwardingr.rgoo to the fillinrr of orders in this market. ofpro- f goods, i.nd The Steamship Companies having reduced t'e freighls to 8e per foot, makes this the cheapest and quickest r?uie by which to ship Goods to Tennessee, Alabama or Kr tucky from tbe Northern cities. AH ship nnd forwardi'.g1 charges will follow tbe goods lo their destination. je'J A CARD. THE subscriber proposes to receive a limited number or pupils, to instruct in all tho branches of a thorough English and Classical Edticnlion. Every educational facility will be "provided for th estudy of the Natural Sciences. "There will be a good che'micil end philosophical apparatus, a fine eibinet of minerals ilnd a well Selected libra to hich Ihe students may, .t all times, have free access. No pupil under ten years of age can be received. The brat Session will commence on the FII'.ST MON DAY in September. Termsperseision of five-innnthrf; $10. ' - JOUN KIMBERLY, A. M. Reference's Is rnado lo the Faculty of the Ua'iverMf)of N.Cjto Prorer-ors Agassit, Wyman and Hotsford. or the Lawrence Scicndtie School, Cambridge; Hon. Thomas Hragg, Governor or N. C; Hon. Kenneth Rayner, N C. Any commnuii.6t:ou', left 'J) the Gazette office, will re ceive attention juneS9 2m " NSW BRTO STOBS. I. I DtUOVTLLK. n. c. BICtL. 9 OEMOVILLE & RELL, -7 Tyjf 'Wholesale and Retail Uniggists, 3& No. 2t$ Cherry St., 2 doom from corner Union, J-fl. NASftVILLE, TEN.VISEE. 'Zy Physicians' Irescriptions carefully compounded, at all hours of the day and night. Philip Schiefllin, Haines 4 Co.'a Itra Powders al ways on hand. HAIR DYES. Just received, Batchelor's, Fhaioa's and Italian Hair Dyes. For sale low by mh81 DEMOV1LLE 4 BEJ.L. f polLET MOTTLES China and Ulaas Toilet But JL ties and China Flower Vases, just received and for sale by mh21 BEMUVILLE A BKLU LUUIN'S EXTRACTS. Jut received, a large lot of Lu bin's Extracts. For sale bv mh31 DEMOVILLE 4 BELU IVORY TOOTH RltUSIIES. Just received, a large lot of line English .Toolh Brushes, Hair and Sha ving Brushes in great variety. For dale by DEMOVILLE 4 BELL, ' f Wholesale and Hitiil Hrvggi:l, mh81 No. 26 Cherry Street, Nashville. T'enneeo BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. T 5 BEAUTIFUL Building Lota iu Houston's addition to Edgefield, fronting each 5) feet on Woodland street. ALSO Three handsome lots in West Nashville. ALSO A desirable lot on the Gallatin Pike-a few hundred yards from' the Public 'Sqtiare fronting 4.) tfet on the Turnpike, and runniug back about 245 1e-.t td 80 foot street. Apply to J.L.4 K W. BROWN, i juneI5 2w 44$ Cherry-Street Stamp forameriCftn Staudanl. BAILEY & dO.; ' - i (Formerly Bailey 4 Kitchen, 130 Chestnut street, l'liilaUulphiu, iii.surACTOJiKRj or - , BRITISH STERLING AND AMERICAN STANDARD Silver Ware, Tea Setta, Pitchers, Waitars, Forks, Spoons. 4e., 4c Stamp ferSritiili Burling. ",AL1..:,rADE ON THE PREMISES. 8Fl Orders will be received by CAMPBELL A DONNIGiN, and furnished at Philadelphia prices. jan23 Cminsida BIR'SEED. A large supply ot Uuuary, UeWp and Rape Seed, just received and for sale bv . , P27 A. TUCSilCT.' ZIItfC PAIJI'I' IN OIL.-a freah lot or 7.ma Paint in Oil ; also, China and Snow White in Varnish. Just received and tor sde by A. STRETCH. CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER LOUISVILLE! r0TlJvv?.1!fMta?9L.UkK no,ic Tour fre,Sht- PW steamer 1 LOUISVILLE, have been tored at Fddyvitle. Kx., with Messrs. Cobb, Wood A Co. on tlm '22d June last, agreeable to contract for ftoring Consignrea can or jcnre their freight by sending orders as ab-ve and p irin- freight to that point. jcSG H H. HARRISON. Ardent! WANTEO IJIMEDIATELY-Ono or "two good Cigar Makers, to whom constant employment will be given at fair wages. Apply to Dr. A. A, HATCHER, Nashville, or to tha subscriber at Columbia, Tenn mays St J. W. HATCflER. RECEIVED PER EXPRESS. ; : FINE lot of Parasols, Sunshadej, Fans, Muslin STrin- ties. White Ribbons. 4c- Ac. junel2 1 R. C. McNAIRY '4'COJ -i mHR races on . the.V ANUT . COURSE. Nashville JL Teniicxiee, will cointifenc on MondartKa 24UTdar of 'MONDaT StaVe" for yeartold, $20Venfra?cc;ut5(r forfeit. Two mile heats. f I TUESDAY Stake for S years old; ona mile heats; $100 entrance; '0 forfeit Same day stake for two year oldi Asinglo heat of one mile; $100 entrance; ?50 for feit. WEDNESDAY Club Purse. $100: two milo hMt THUR3DAY Club rirse, ?300; mile heats, best three" in five., -FRI OAT Stake tor three jear olds; two mile heaU; ?200 entrance; $50 forfeit. Sams day state for two-j'car olds; one mile heats; $200 entranc; 850 forfeit SATURDAY Club rurse 600; three mira heats, with an inside state, $200 entrance; SWl.Cirfeit. In the above atlKCS thfee 'o'r more t' make a race, to name and close on the 1st dayof August juuelT-td o WJi. ituuauTKEE. Proprietor. N ASilV'tL LE TE.N'N fcSE E. Chartered bv the General Assembly of tho State". HTMlr) abore lit.tulioh i j-ermateijuy locaied, and is i not mrrnuiteJ by any sunnar tsiaohsLmeut in tbe United Slated in nointcf fncilineslijriuiDartincathorouMi practical snow ieuge oi inu uuu mtr eTOuuiauu lSooK-Iieepinz. Tins DeDartment is under the immediate suctrrision ot the President of the Coileee. who ia a pmcticJ book keeper. haying had many years' experience in aamo of the largest lAiuutiii-uuujcs iu ine union. . .. : t . r Coniniercial Tjiw. TIiis"Brancb is under the superintendence of Jous A. ilcfcWEW Kin.. Jletnber of tho Nushyilie Bar. who is too widely knowu as a lawyer and orator to require anjfarther Tho Courso cf Instruction embraces both Reading and Lectures. Lectures will be delirered at ni'rht. so as not to interfere wiu! ins pro.ess!Oniienga;binents. Mercautile Calculations by ,v u. Fzrrel. A M. Undsr this head is embraced iVerr 'in'cies of calrcUtions necessary fora bok-keeiier or busi- i.to uiau in unutrsiana viz, lnlereot, uisMuni, iioss ana uaiu, tquiiuons, i.xc:iange, ic. is ' ' Terms nfTnitioii. Book-Kecping.by Doubleand Sios;Ie KLtry, as applied, . ctcij uini) ui uuaacss, doui pmsperuus uau adrerio . t Conimercidl Isw lectures, inclading the use of books, f 15 i ennanstiip tor twenty lessons, tube tiitea wuhiu me iiHHiiu S3 lor (ifty'lajyoti3. to b. taken wilhin thrae mouths.. &lu ir4f llio aboye lees sre iicyab'e. iuyariably, in adyuice. The iniportanceorthisruleuuiit aprc.tr obyious;csttudents enter for an unlimited ttricd. with' the priyiWe of rivlew- iu; a.uii) imio ai'.nngiiie, witnout citracuaige. . This School la in perpetual sea.ieii, having no Ttcaiio'n: hen;-e siudems may cater at any time aud pursue their K.tni4 T-illii'tff lr;i..H...t: ilerchants and business men will be supplied with com potent book ket'(rs by applying at this establishment. vjwv. mum cnu can uts orraintu iiir-o per wees. No student will be taken for li5. limn full course in whateyer branches he tmrsuM. Tui.e rcquirtd fov u full course from six to ten weeks. i4lt Address fcculhernComm;rc:ai College, Nashyille, T6na-'' ap'27-dtwiwly TENiVESSEE JIAN Lil'ACl'OltY. SYLVAN inii.S. SnRLBTVlLLK- 'rFKrs.p.lp. GILI.ELAND & CO, JUnutacturers of nil kinds of ' COTTO.YADES. Afnoy nirFt'Ks rrjnv AXD STRPJ-JS TICIClxns srr?Ti"T n.uv-j nrt.-r.: r .- . . TMffTIT' ' A large and fullJine or the abore Coods can rIwjts be found at Messrs TRABUK 4 LUCUS', No. 74 Public .-?iuare, .Muyme, lecr.essee, atfiir factory prices, which haye recently been so reduced as to full r compete with any manutactory. either North or Snmh V rrw rtfnllr r. questcity and country merchants to call oa Messrs. Trabua i our only agents at Nashyille and eiaminn the Oooits. (StLLELAKII & :() H7 We are the arenU Tirihn f!n,ia rnH r. ciicctiiiiir icuuci. ciiy inn country nitrehanLd In n unit examine mem. we naro lust teceiyeJ a tar?o lot. "T17 TRABUK A- LUCUS. HURi.EYs is tne ouiy True and Uf nuiue EXTRACT IN AMERICA! Eannfactory, Seventh and Green sts.. Louisville. Ky ?3J Price. 1 nrr llitt t. . QIt- IViuIa. Tnr tl j 5?"Soid by Dcslirs in MedicmethrouMimitlhi-rfnTtji.l JOUX D. JAM1S. A. TTHISUSS. PiVID D. JAUt JOHN I). JAMES Si CO BANKERS AND iLXClLANQE DEALERS.. Next Boor to the RnuU ol'Nnshvillo.. J XASUVJLLE, TESX. f NTKUKsT pidd 011 Deposits by A jjnlt . JOllN D. JAMES tt CO. ; ,u mi. .11 j.i 1.1 . on all the t-nncipal cities janll " JOON 0. JAMES 4 CO.' tOLLECTIOjin mHi nn nil th oIium. in iho ITnW. J t '.es.anil prompt return. made, by janl1 n JOHN 1). JAMES 4 CO. Jt.V(J CERTIFICATEST V the 1st dav .f July the J'rem.nms on Rarr Certifi- V. caterf are to be awarded. All persons contendfug for lie Preidii'Jt.s will pletse have thar CertiCcates handed in on tlut day. Me?sr3.ilm?h Djagla.'s, Jt. fl. Gardner andS. IL lj'imis.wili be the jndgesond award tho Pie' miiicl?, Vhich will ho paid on the same div. Jj-l?-!':! jn'.y 1 l S. WIHTKMAN.' ' Sipii'it'tz&l 'T62cgrsiib, rWK ORGAM OP MODERN - SPIRITUAL- -i- - JHJt, ?ourlh Volume, comu'ences in May; Jt con tains tho fullest record eitast of Current Facta and Opin ions on Sniniml Intercourse. PiiBi.rHt:i Wecklt at S con- 2 ry.n an-xcu. AI-o. all Smriiu.il Books for sale br PART. RIDUh 4 BRITTAN. 31? BnotDtrAY. New Yosk. . P. tion S- A Caialngue of Stiintual Books ser.t, cm spplica- apjl w3in o. u. ucaSllv. e. ruth EEASLEY Ai RUTH, H0TISE AND SIC-:i rAIBTEES, PAPER DANCERS AND GLAZIERS," Bytwcsiulhq Misomc Hilt and the Crulclier Houia. .&" AH Vindi of Or-iinitur nnd Marblinr dona in the .best manner and at rejiapuablu prices. ieo23 -umn. s FAMILY FLOL'R IN BARS.-850 bags Fine Family Flour just received and fur ?ale low lor cash, lo close conaignmeut by mil t S H. LO ' i CO. ARE !SOV Uh.OI.1V. NO OUitSPUIN'i STOCK OF Stanle nutl rani-v l)rv .ood$. selected Kith grtat care, from the L.le'.t importations, nnd at redu red p-iccs. Wc are prepared togratily the most fastidious in tate, as well ir. the tnot-t economical in prices. We car-nei-lly &. licit I' r 11k r.cw firm thecouliiiuanceof thenntiie rous patrons cf the former firms of the house and as well as all persons wishing t purclEC Seasonable and Cheap (joeds. The ftinr.tr sloe:: wil' be s !J at prirsa greatly tinder the market value. STEVL.vSoN 4 BlUTHRIftHT, mv2 tjillogo-street lUA!fIRER IJ.Vnr BrATTS Jif revived, a J few cf otxlvcar's Patent Gum Chamber Haloing Mat is the bCBt tliii; ever iavcntrd for iirescr-ing enrpots. Fur sa't-by fmaviei MYERS 4 McGILL Y,TNI)ERtV,BAJt. Kecoived-thia-day, n largeon lJ ply ot Ucd-r-Shiria nnd Drawers, of Silk, Lisle Thread, Linen, Mtrnn, York Jeana, Game ileiico. Gauze Shaker Flannel, and every variety of Coitin. For le by maylS MVKfW 4 MrOILL. IGfl'l XHIit'l'S. Jujf reivud, aDother uipply ll 1 f Night bhirls. For sale bv v- 3IYERS A McfilLU mavl2 BL'G0iE3 AIiDj.AHTKJtAClTE.C0AL AT AUCTION. I N addition tu ,riur, Regular firpefry txxlat a.jyeiliied for X. this limming, vc will soli for cash .y 10 hiicd.uimo New Buggies; 2.i cafJs Ar.lhraeilo t'iialtI The Utter received this ppriug, and i now r.lerei to be cla-ed. inayH DAVIS A SWAKN. FOR RENT. Tho fine, lirgo. commodious, end eli gibly stfrnted Store No. UO ilarKvt street, f.ir the re mainder pT this yrar, with the privilege of n-newal. 12n-qui.-e nnon tho premises, or of JL W. YVETJIORE. at tbe City Hutcl tw nuyl eodlr T ONDO.V FOJCTER. Jii4t received. superior lot Xi of London Porter, in pint aud quart bottles. For tale by DEliOVILLB 4 BELL. Druggist, ap'-'il Na U Cherry sircet. NICE HOMES. We are olTinpg lor tne eight de sirable Ix.ta, containing about 4 acres eich, inme of them handsomely situated, libftut One mile Irom the city, near the Nashville and Chattanooga Kailrrad. and the Jlurfrecsboro" and No'ensville Turnpikes I'crsori wishirg to purchase a site for a comfortable home, would do well to call on u. myEO L1NDSLEY A CROCKETT. TESIRARLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. I I J oiii-r forsj'.a. in whole or part, my pl.ice in Edgulleld, situated cu the Uallaliu pike. , Fur terms, apply to the sub scriber, or to Messrs'. LmdsJey 4 Crockett. mhlS tf , . . HENRY BLOOD 1 . WANTED. GOOD gentle TONY. ' Apply fo A L BROWN, ; liherry Street. mav25 10d 4ti; DESIKARIiE PROJ'EilTY TOJt SALIC We are now ottering for sale tliat valuably-prt.perly owned by J. U. Petay, containing a!-oitt5) acres, situ 1 ted on the Lebanon Turnpike, partly in the city .of Nash ville. A portion of this property (routs on Cumberland River, cndaflbnlR an excellent locatitm for landing., coal yards, wood nnd lumber yards. 4c The property will be divided to- suit purchasers. For terms. Kz, call on myttd - laMiai-I & uitoutKTT, 83 Cill.ge st. GENTS' CONGRESS WAITERS Genu Cloth Congress Sewed Caitcrs a 'superior article. Jusi opened by RAMAGE 4 CHURCH. ap" ' 42 Colgge street. WANTED. " K( (inn BUSHEL?. Wheat, for which the highs cUUUUp"riceincahwill bopaid ' ! 7 SEYMOOR, FANNING 4 CO.. : tle...- Corner Church and Jtarkct Street, NEW BOOKS. ilarpcrJu ItiKRziiie for JTiincr " . frank Luallc's Uadies Iloolc of Vi'kUIoh Lciliolo V. Jauniul tor. June. CraliumN Slaazino tor Jane. OoUc)u I.ndy'fc Roolc fox; Juue. For sule by JWO. YOItlC ic CO A JtMAEDIO..-0r the' United State in Proph XJL ear, by Baldwin. for tote by june-J JOUN YORK & CO. r Boxes Pearl Starch; 275,000 Cignrs, all urai-us. dusi rtcenea ana lor sale ly aplt S. U LOOH1S 4 CO- TJABPER'S STATISTICAL GAZEfTEER J-J- OF TUB WORLD Particularly describing the- unit:d State? of America,. Canada, New Brunswick, and Noya Scotia. Illustrated by Seres Maps. 1952 royal oe- ' taTtrpages. " Physical Geography cf the Sea. By .Murray , Memoirs of Celebrated Diameters.- By Lamartiae. ' Wolfert's Roosi. By Washington lrring. ' ' W.knff's Courtship and Its CoES-:quences, Robert Graham. By Mrs. lienli. Ak-ue: A NoreL By Marian Ilai land. Lire of Sara Houston Illustrated. Iuz: A Tale of the Alamo. Sees cl tlie Sires: A Ilistory of the Rise, Progress, and Destiny of the American Party. ( , StauJioie Burleigh : The Jesuits in Our ItcAiCS. Know Nothing Almanac and American UanuaL Nature and Unman Nature. BySuiilSlick. Fif.y Years' Exile of fsrael Potter. By Herman Melyille. Men of Character- By Dfugla Jerrold. Kate Aylesford: A Story of the Remgees. Cooper", Norels. Rerised Edition complete Forsaleby mayirj JOUN YORK t CO. gold rt.s. JOIIX YOUIC & CO. luivc for aula tbe beat article of PNS in t!l market. SCI'EitlOIt CDTUiKY, POCKET KNIVES 20 klndvthe best liutllty. For sale br jruiin yoke & co may7 Corner or Clicrrjr and rjuiou sts "BOOKS THAT AIIE EOOiCS," AND WOHTH READING. C REECE AND TUB GOLDtSN UORN; VJT Flooo Axn Firu; U.vclb Sam s Fabm i txcz; Moruti a Stars or tuc Naw Wosm; Fry it Yeabs in torn Uuiiiraaaas; Nosabitcu axd Naticc; Lrys or tbe Quaiacr Esolakd; Tng Piuikiiis or Waluxohav; IIills, Laezs aso FuasiT Stueasis; Tna Monict Makeb; Substance akd Siiadows; Tax Nicuts ia Bae laxur; - Tables roa Cumcs; Fit ax L katcs Second Series. Meiiomks otkb tui Wateb; Tkxne'-'Siax Abroad; Bkbtha and Lilt, The HncMiTS Dill; Honkt Moon and other Comiealitiea; Miss Lesuk's Bkbavioii Book; This, That axd Tub Oiber. For eale by CUARLES. W. SMITH mar3if FOR the caHNTTno wnrrs-c BLANK CUKCK BOOKS on all the Banks; M.ASK COPriXG HOOKS for Utter Prestes; 1 ATiCXT ltLOTTim BOARD : HILLS OF LAV1SG RAILROAD RECEIPTS; COVXTIXG-IIOUSF HACKS-POST BOXES; ARXOLD'S FLVW-ARXOLVS CARU1XE; GOLD PEXSSTEFL PEXS -IXKSTAXDS; HILL HEADS LETTER CUPSPOUXCE; CHECK TIESPEX HA CKS-EXrELOPtZS ; HAXK HOOKS, Ac., Ac. For sale by apll CHARLES W. SMITH. r ALLri WATERFIELD A WALKER'S on the Square. J The new styles they hare introduced for the Spring are consiuerea ine nanasomest tints ot me Heason ; wnne tne extrtmt lujuntss or torture ana suptro, la-aroui JinuH render them highly desirable to all who wUh a hat of the most popular style and of the finest quality. HATS FOR YOUNG MEN. rjHS most becomicg Hats fiir younrr men will be found JL in ereat variety ct V aterneld walker Tnev have all the new and popular designs in all the fashionable col ors for the season. It is also said, that their prices are .a little lower than can be found elsewhere. apt WATKRF1KI.D A WALKER. SOFT FELT HATS OF alHhe new designs in Black, While and Pearl Soft Cosflimere the mostdeiirable Uats of the season Ju introduced by WATERFIELD A VALKER. TO JIERCHANTS. t fERCUANTS who wish a selection of Hats that iri -1JJL ttli, ant wno Dave tne casii to par tor tnetn, or are rery prvmj.t to make payment when due, should call at Waierfield 4 Walker's. They have a very desirable Tarie' ty, and sell atlow and uniform prices. IV A i r.UtlbL,U i WLtltii, Faehionable Hatters, api-tl 2 1 ublic t-jaare, next to trywdey v . TENNESSEE AND AL.VBA31A RAILROAD fo COLUMBIA, V7AYIIESE0R0'. JACKSON, LAGRANGE AND MEMPHIS. SPLENDID Four Horee Coaches from j355JaG& Prankliu to Lagrange, connnctiug at r JJr those points With the' Railroads to . -' Tnscnmbia, Florence nnd Montgomery) Ala., and Aber deen, Columbus and Can ton, Mississippi. Tbe fine Four Uorsa Coach Lines 10 these points are all in excellent order, making a clot connection with the Rail road at Franklin, Teun. Express Train leaves t le Depot at 6:38, A. 31. Also, to Pnlaski and Elktorj, and to all places, throughout the Southern country.. We. have Splendid Lines running, connecting with the Railroad at Franklin. Passengers for Pulaski and Elkton will leave Nashville on the s! o'clock, P. 11. Train, Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Accommodation Lino Leaves Nashville daily at 2 o'clock, P. iL. ccnnecline at Franklin with a Daily Funr Horse Coach Line to COLUAI RIA, For all information, Through Ticket. 4c, apply at the General Railroad, Stage and Omnibus Office, No. 24 Cedar Street, opposite tne l ost umce. N. B. Omnibuses wUI call for passengers ia any part of I .:,r mhoniif f the city. IIELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION. nelmbold's uiglt concentrated :pound fluid extract buchu. CO! For diseases of the Bladder and Kidney?, Secret Diseases. Strictures, Weakneves, add all diseases of the Sexual Organs, whether in Male or Female, from whatever cause thsy may'hdve originated, 2nd r.o matter -of how long . standing. TF ytu have contracted the terrible disaase which, when X once seated in the sjstcn, will suitly go down to one' generation to another, undermining the constitution' and sapping Ihe very vital fluids of life, do not trust your4 self in the hands cf Quacks, vtho start up ereryday ina city like this, and. till the papers with glaring fal.-elinodi, too well calculated to deceive the ypuhg. and those r.ut ao-i quainied with their tricks. You "cannot be tco careful iri the selection of a remedy in lli? e cases. The Fluid Eatract Buchu has been pronounced by emi nent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant In its taste, and very innocent in iu action, and yet so thoronghfhat it annihilates every particle of the rank and poisooeu3 virus of .this dreadful disease; and, unlike other remedie3, deca not'.dry up the disease in the blood. Cnnstiftitional Debility, brought on by sclf-aWe, a moit (errisie OiaeaSe, which has brought thousands of the hu biai racs to untimely graves, thus blasiiog the brilliant hopt3 ff parent', aud blighting in the bud tbe glorious anbition ,of. many a noble youth, can be cured by this lufalllble Itemedy. And as a medicine which must "bene fit everybody, from the simply delicate to the confined 'tnd despairing invalid, no equal IS to be found acting both as a Cure and preventive. ' a HELM SOLO'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED . ' COMPOUND FLUID" EXTRACT SAKSAJAilllA', For Puntiug the Blood, removing all diseases ariaing from excess ol Mercury, exposure, and imprudence' in lite, chronic constitutional disease, arising from an im pure stale of (be Blood, and the nnly reliable and ef&o tntl known remedy for tha cure f Scrofula, SaltKheom, Scald htad, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs. Piuri and Swelliegs of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples on the Face, and all Scaly Eruptions of the Skins. TlllS article is now proscribed Lr some of the ot distinguished phys eiaos in the cuualiy, and has proved more elficient in practice lhau 'any preparation of Sarsaparil a yet offered to the public Several cases of secondary Syphilid, Mercurial -and tcrofiiuiiM di e? have entirely recovered in the incurable wardnbf our Pub lic Institutions which had for xnsfar yeare resisted-every riHKle cf treitmeut that could be tlevited. These cases furnish striking examples of th salutary effects oh this medicine 111 arresting some nf the mof.t inveteratu disease3v after the glands wero destroyed, and the 'bonus alt eady alTsctcd. Notice. Letters from responsible Physicians and-'Pro-fevors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates ofenrea. from patienU will be found aicompanjing bOth-Preptfra-lion. Paicits, Fluid Extract of Bd:hn, $1 per bottle ir 6 do for $5- " ' ' of SarsaparilU, '" " " equal in strength to one gallon of Syrup of Sdfsaparflfa. Prepared and told by H. T. UELUBOLD, Chemist, 1S Chestnut Street, near thd Girard House, Philadelphia.-' To be had of and of Druggists ' and Dealers everywhere. - . All letters directed to the Proprietrr er Ajjvnf receives immediate attention. 'jartel" ly" T. WELLS, Agonf, Market st, Nashville- TTLOUR 5C0 bbls Flour, in More and for sale by X ap4 H. S. FRENCH .4 SON.i Cw fIGHS AND COLOS Usa Brian's Pulmonic afera, for sale by ILGSCOVEU IF YOU WANT THE FINEST HATS A LIKELY UOU.SK WOMAN FOR HIRE. XV Apply at this office. mayl5-lw. Mi SwUA I t 'fVl.l - NEA7 SPJIJNG AND SirXMEIl GOOUSI! Ito. Tt Public? riuare. nh-.tii. WUOLISALC - ..IC French, German &ilmerican Dry Goods l HATS, JKIOTSYSIIOKM, IJItOCIAN.s - 1 ,a TITE rojpecirullr li.f.iira ileiclunu tr&din in im.'.h- VV' tsat vr aro now icttUinz our stork of 5UMenJ Fancy Hr Hood. Hits. Booty. Show Broir. A .n -i nlildi hie been bootoinre thrf Brst day ef Msrea', at re- We earveitir rcqutt CUy and Country Mercbnnts -wh pnrchuefor Usnor ahurttimoto giro m a chance before purchuln;. Wostnccrrly believe we can irerxtia 8r- (TP A action siles cveryT ueslay and Wedneday evenine orCASIJ only. apt CASTINGS AND HOLLOW WARE. V7 Eare: Retting in store a large ail" full, supply of I t ivasitDjs tail linllow are, consisting ol 8M Skilljtaand Lids firan 1 to 3; SM DnkhOrena and Lids; - - ' 23) Oreni and Lids: 230 5Bcuit Oyena and Lids ; '417 Odd Lids; 4.5 Larse'-'n'nr Kettles: iiS S?KeniauMp0I,,S 4,5 English rpts -all iie; ;wuis. 18(5 Sharing akiliets; purs l)!g Irons-all sizes; . ... : SO sells Wagoa Boxes; 14 BtrfcMilU. suitable for cushin" Ccr" 6 Cast Iron Chimney Tops. " , " ' For rale at the lowest rars by m'r12 SSUVy. MACSgN7.IE & CO. TYKEE SPKIM.S. rpHE delightful Summer Retreat is now open fj i the recention of risitors. Tho w. ... " dergone a thorough repair, and the most : ample ar-li'"' rangemcnu nare oeen maae ior tne accommodation of uiKcnuu uesire kj utuu lusinssiyes cl a.Tisit to thiawell known watering Dlece. It will be Ihe ccnttant aim and ndearnr ti.. i (iiicur iu piea.se aii nuo yisn oiai, ana to prcscrrs and maintain thai high repntation, uniyersally accorded to those Sprinc?. by all the.r former natrons. PlrdTmcr him. fcelf lo untiring assiduity in the dischargeofuil tbe duties deyoUing on him as Pmprio or, he confidently hopes to reeciro tbe liberal pVronaie heretofore extended to Liai by his friends and the public generally. JoneSS till lt Sept. ' l'ruprietor. CIIlT.l)lli:.S l'AVACHA. IF the Graifenlwrg Company ho.1 never produced any thinr else lor the nnhhc b'cnfSt than this inraln-iht. Medicine, they would vet de?eve tbe rrratitude cf every wrent for the CHILDREN'S PANACEA, which has urttl ihe liirei of inort vounr cKUren. and nliertd more tick U&let, than any othvr medicine ever known. From one hour old, to fire yearn ofaje, this medicine never cornea amiss- to droctixo ccildhcod. For Fever, Teethinj. Worms, Colic, Disordered Bowels, 4e, it never fails Those mothers who have used it pronounce it to te one nf the greatest or blet-.-ing. ' FST For sale at every Drug Store f n Ihe Stale. may20 ALEX.MAOKEvZIE. v GAS FITTING. WE still continue to insert Ua.sHr,es at theosnal low priefs, and are prepared lo niite AlteralioiiK, or do anyindf , work ia our line, and wajraut it well done. Gas Fixtures. Weare j-fTerirg largt CbiiudelicKlfcr less money than uiej can ue orougat irom We l-jwt, alter rKiywg.lnant, Ac. Glass Globs itnd Kapcr Sliatle. 'We have Invoices or la- 1 ..I fi! nn,l Shap with othor Gas Futures, which we expect by first bo-its from I'itlsburr. and will tbll i!um iJAJ). u ivKMJRIUK, at the Qos Ucht Office. Clierry st. roch3,'5-S-ly E. U DAVIS 4 CO. .-...FRESH ARRIVALS. SOUTHERN SrOCK.liE.ViJuit received, a fresh supply ior sale by II S. WEI.LElt. BLACKEVE and LADY PLA. A frh rupplr bv re cent arrivals, at . S. WKLLERS. SLhDS. Tomato Seed. Pui Un Seed, U nip Seei Btickwh-at, Canary Seed, 0;ge Ownga Seed- a fresh Mip ply in Store and for sale by If. S. WELLEIt . N. B By the next ite-jjiibout arrivals, my slock of Uar den imd Field Seeds will be com dete spSfi BliANS 1 Another lot ol l. Landreth'a -Field Beatuwill be here in a few dts Bunch and Enough to supply lAvidtnn Connty. B. a. WELLEIt. -NEW I.OODS. WE have just received our stock of Sprang Goods consUtiog of Silk?, Berag!-, Jluire Anli iHe?, I'rint ed Jaconets, Muslins, superior Bleached and Brown Mus lins, Uisiery, M.tts Ac, Ac Al-n, a general sinc't of Sta ple Goods, IJnen Drill .Cottoaades, Tickings, Sylva-iMdls Goods, for Servants, Casiiimeres and Vestitura: which we a re wiling remarkably low for c all. v e snail Da very nappy to see our old customers and as many nrw ones as wis1 to purchase good Goods at low prices! THURSTON 4 BERNARD, apIS No 3 Union street. alCATES.Juat received from the ruunntaetorers at New York and Pittsburg, tho best selected stork ot Orates ever offered in Njodiiille, at prices ranging from tS CO to $S0 some new patterns, with circular fenders, which are very hautUome. For sale bv mayia SNOVV, MACKENZIE 4 CO. For Sale. THAT VALUABLE RESIDENCE on Cherry Sfrjet, for merly occupied by Gen Armstrong. Apply to myn-tr. I.l.MISI.r.I UKWUrvbTT IIAR.'ER'.S JIAGAZtKE FOR JUNE. THE present Nnmber couiiuences the Sixth Year and r the Eleventh Volume of IIARPER'.S NEW MONTH LY MAGAZINE, 'Subscrir.tion received and" ainele cot ies sold by HAG AN 4 lil'.O mavtr?. - Market Street. Cotton is Kirrb; Or-1he 'Caltor6'orCfttou audits relation to Agntuluiie; Mannfrfciiirrs arwl Commercieftd Ihe frso cflorrd people, nnd to these who hold that Slavery is in itself sinful. -By r.n American. Consigned to and for gaiety . ' - nmvt2 F.UAGAN&CO. The Conntrr NpJirlilinrhood. DrMiss K. A. Drt- phv. nntfior pt "Tta pimspirator."' Ac, 1 vol. Pi ice ZOz. Elleli N'orbn'tirr ill lhd Adrentorerf of an Ornhax By Emerson BelineiS. ' Oie" vol. IriceSrc. Itnlicrt Graham A runnel to "Linda." Bv Ciro- Iine Ijee Uenlzr trDe Vfl. Pjper, price Soc. With others, jus. 'received by mav22 HAGJN4,HR0 TT'OR. JIAY. Haipe;'a Ma -azine for May pii. rwevv- JJ m Dy. niji HAliA.N tsuu, .uarKei si. RACON. WE w?rt,to ,nnrcfi:uf 50,000 lbs. GOOD BA- COiTfor jrldca we will pay the highest market. price in Gi-i S. II. L00MIS 4 CO. IdDZl. No, 42 Public Fquare AROMATIC OR isTOAIACII BITTERS. THE undersigned, bavingbeen appointed Ale Agenttla .the South tiWiIU' Celebrated Bitters, most respect' fully inform the public generally that they have just re ceivcd a large supply. STAPLE GOODS. WE have on hand a very superior stock cf Linen and Cotlou Hiectines. Table Durpajk. Towels. Dinucrd. Napkins, Balh Towels, Mosquito Bars, White and Colored Bnbinebt, 4c, Ac , whiih we will sell as cbeap as the cheapest. jrmel-3 R. C. McNAIRY 4 CO. NEW AEM1VAL. Ct W. RJ1BERTSON A CO.. No 1 4. College street, have this ifa'r received in addititniAl sunnlv c-f Idus Su perior Kid. Pump- Bootees, which tbey will rell low for t- v ..1 1 ...v..r tt rh:uMn;' Bootees end Gaiters.' C. W. ROBERTSON A CO. myj-tf. - FAMILY HOARDING SCHOOL FR EfrtliT BOYS, at New Haven Co., HENRY FREEMAN, Proprietor. In this School a Ihorough English Classical and Business Eduction is imparted, While the pupils enjoy all the advantages of a private lamuy. For further particulars and circulars, refer to J. T. ari. twnenntenceni c.t uie rutjucacnews or -"aanyiiie. Mr. Pearl can be found daily at the Hrch School m the morning, and at the CrutcLcr house iu the cyeniDg. 111 .y .-4 niiwiro LI ON'.lfttTilAlKOiVv 'A larse tor ff r su!e cheauitfVf r,r-,r- A ARONftJTWElYH; - WtkZTanJi 3?I" Drt, mbSl ' Hornvrof (!filfcgnd Ubmi sueets I'JllTiVEItSIHI? "NtFl'ICE. THE underiSgned have associated themselves together under fbo stylaadlirm of JK15Y MOKUAN A CO, fb trauta'ct'aDry Cw3 andTariety Jobbing llaktas in this city. " IKBY MORGAN. Feb20,TS5rr ' HENRY B. I'LUHMl'R. TO HOTEIA AND KAMI LIBS. " WEareseUiuTCECKIJ.tMtJ6rr. gon Wearti feliiTgiif Bit BAD T!tfErSKrl. We aresellingall Hod of OftAt'irSRS at V.v ;rlb. We are selling BLACK aod f!!tKI?S TEAS, wr.inwd, 2Zc per cent., lower than sold by any other house iu tbe trade. We are sejlingcvery artlsle la our litle at equilly Kc- aircett fnces wnd'tald una rtiait maygs . wijsfax .t-Tiinxifvov. . 1 UiH ItATlILNG MATS'.--A law rlioitot ittoM VX Bith Mats for.'sals by TV" "- . MYERS 4 McGILL,. LadiesaodT reriiIerriensTurnisliingUjre, eoruerof iqiiafe and College Slret t. jnuetf COAL! COAL!! PDOTIJ5S Oil Yard wdl be kept open Huring tlie . summer nv.nlhs for Ihe salrf of Coal! Apply ul the yard on Market tdreet, ponth r.( Hroml bt j-ieel8 2n S PAR CUT FOLJLSJl.' EOR giving a magnificeiit glow to cpilnn, linen and cambric goods,'ao to colbis and i.l'uru. Forsaleby - AARON STRETCn. APPLES, Al'I'LIiS. A larL'e supply cf Umber Twig Apples, just rscmcttsprt I'cTsale by apl - I: WKKf-U College street. rnAICE. NQTiCH, L'ur.Oritt Mill is in Jin rule or--L tlrr. If you want good, fresh JjEAl come aliead wtnymtr-CORN. inbSO-liu FKLT3 4 HASLAM. BUFFALO and CALF FlTR.LIJf ED. OVER SHOES. A few dozen pair of (Iciillim -u's Over JJIinesat - RAM Ad E 4 CUUi'.CtiW, feb27 2 ollege street VT3 ! OATS' I t In .nreand fr sale lo"! t.-.ck St. touts Oats. D. S. WELLER rjHA, TEA, TEA I Wejfire just ieceivl ij large X lot of 'extra .fine Tea. put up by'the Canton Tea Cnoi pany.'ln assorted fciie pacsagca, consitaingif Young Hy son, fiuniderfTnipevlal ami- Oottm g.- For sale by apll PCMOVHiLR & BELL. 2C Cherry st-' I'EACU" AND APPLE BRANDIES. O A VV'V Feach Brandy, purv ; J 10 do do Apple do do; l!f ccived and "or sale by1 , febii. n, S: CHEATHAM' A CO.. CASKS BACON HAMS, in first rate order of 200 lbs eseh, for sale bv mayS , , . . j?: JL LOOMW 4 CO. 6r TlS LATE rtALUNA IRISH POTA I TOES just received and for sale by , --mayS ' " 3. IL LOOMIS 4 CO: f)ArvBBL-AND 170 BAGS FINE FA3IILY Ja) FLOUR for sale IvW,,to close' consignment, by mayS S. 11. LOOMIS A CO. MAG AZINES Ft)R! MAY Harper's, Graham's, Godey'sacd Leslie's Magazines . Just received by Siayl JOHN YORK. A CO. A PKIL HAIC1-EIC TOON, NELsON 4 JjC. have a'snpply of Harper's llagaxine. for April. CO. Books and Stationery. jNhf JBooks by Eipress. "A rOREDUN. A tale oftte Twelve Hondrsd n4 xix. Terr. iy." Jnlia : tiy Oii)od Bradbury. loni- ,st; J"ljit Or A Night in a GfptT Caiip aalnretir covt-L Price S5c V,i- .,1. k j . . . - - HAG AN 4 BRO. vyiUCU: the RiSht ortheLeitt vv 'LdiMsr-.aJiifeU earnest, And ibe grave is net its goal w 'bm,,rt Ktumest, 1 Was not spoken of the souL" 1 In one elegant vol. Price $1 50 LozartLLow. Cone Cut Corners.--,The Exoerienea of . nnnn tivmilyiu Fanatical Time,. SS0 dJftseuft B'-; j"J I1AQAN 4 BRO, Market Street "r7 AIT9 P0PU1AS BOOKS FOR SALE BY IIAGAN Jb BRO., Market Street, ROBERT GRAHAM. By Caroline Lee Henlx. ELLFN MORTIMER. By John K. Dner, U. S N GRACE LKK. By Julia Kavanagh. v , rRIDK ANDPRfiJUOICE. tvMisa AusUn. New Ed MY CGCKTSaiP. Bv Henry Witotr; THE CASTLK BUILDERS. On voluae, piper. TEMPTATION. Br F I Smith STANO FIELD HALL. BrFISmith. MINNIE GRAY. " FRED ARDEN. " " HARDT1MES. By Charles Dickens. DICKENS' NEW STORIES. In one volume. THE NEWS BOY. One volume, cloth. THE CABIN BOY One volume, cloth. THE LAMP-LIGHTER. One volume. cloth. THE SLWE OF THE LAMP. One volume, eloth. THE HEN FEVER. ByBnrnham. RUTH HALL. Bv Fanny Fern. LIFE AND BEAUTIES OF FANNY FERN. LIFE OF BARNUM. Br himself. KATE AY LESFOKI). By Bennett. THE WIFE'S VIlrTORV. Bv Mrs. Southwortli. FREAKS OF FORTUXE. By J B Jones. THESTRUGGLES OF LIFE. ByTnomasMUleL FLUSH TIMES IN ALAUAJIA AND UI33I33IPP" COTTON IS KINO. Bj to Amencaa. AFRAJA A Tale of Norway. FASHION AND FAMINE. By Mrs Stephen ELLEN NORBRAY. By Bennett. HARPER'S MAGAZINE. .ODEYS LADY'S BOOK. SAM SLICK'S NATURE AND HUMAN NATURE. With masy others, in store and for sale by J'une23 HAGAN4BR0. TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD m OPEN TO FRAN3CLTV ON an after Tuesday, March cth. Trains will iun m tollows: Mail and Passenger Tram leaves Nashville at..fck? arrives in Franklin at.. ..7:30 t, do leaver Franklin at E;I5p-m arrives in Nashville- at . .tilipir. Freight aid Passenger Train le iven Franklin at.b arrives in Nashville at. . ,'JitO a'jt. do kaves Nashville at . . . . .2.1 3 p.m arrtvealn Fra.iklinat....3) r tt. On Sunday the Mail Train emfjr will be run. Omnibuses will connect with all the Trains at the Nashville Depot; carrying pjissencers to or from any point in the city, and Carter, Thomas 4 Hough's line cf Stages will run in. cos-, nechon at Fraoklin. 'Jhreogh Tickets to Memphis, Waynesboro', Tuscumbta. Florence, Cokimhi. J'ulai-ki aod Jackson, by railroad tad MfK, can trcpTCured at the General Stage OGieu under tie Verandah UoteL A ANDERSON, mrb ly R. Eng. and Sop't. THE FIRST ANNUAL STATE FAIR 4 EXTTTBinOH or TBr Mechanics' Institute of Tennessee N TIIE CITY Or NASHVILLE. On. tie F,r$t Honda ! nf OetU-er, ISM. " "TANUFACTURr.Rrf, Mechanics, Artists, and all oth. 1 1 era. are iuvited to contribute snecimens of their akil. and labor. Competent iad m will be appoints to exam ine all articles exhibited, and award PRLMIUMS to thoM entitled to them under the rales. All articles tent for exhibition will be stored without ex- nene to the owner, and should be sent to the care of Wo. IL Gordon 4 Co., Commission Merchants, Market street The ol-joct nf the Fair is to develop and encooraga tba Mauufaeturinjr aDd Mechanical interesta cf tha Stale. Its management is in the hands of a committee of reliable and. energetic men, acd its success te placed beyond a doubti and an invitation is uk-51 cordially and confidently ex tended to all who taay be disposed to participate in iu ad vantages. No'Cmnoi will be made te exhibitor!', either for the pri vilegoof exhibiting or for admissiou to the Fair. Tne opening of ihe State Agricultural Fair and tbe meet iognr the Ix-sUhture. simultaneous with the opening of the Mechanics Exhibition, will add unusual interest to tha oc:a.i:on CiKCHLAR.1. contaioinir full details of the plan of tbe ex hibition, and all other information desired will bo prompt. iy lorvarucu ov iiuurtfMiij eiuter ut uh uiumicutu w if ttiiv-ntriv o Mm Mm JlVttUOiUt, I ' C. W- n. K. Waiksh. Cor See'y. pH THE undersigned, lete or AngustA, Georgia, having purchased ol Messei. N'icLol 4 Peacock their sleek; will continue th; Corarawsioa and Grocerr Btuinesavat their old stand, corner of MarVetand Churcn strceU. May 15,1SS5. SEYMOUlt, FA5NLN0 4 CO. HAVING raid oar stoefc of Merchandis to Messrs. Seymour. FanoiBg A Co-, Jatecf Angus, Oeorgfi, vie take pteifmeio recommtmiing uiem to our ciuiomtrs, a-i geullemjn its erery ar worthy of their support and rm. tn-irlf. " Nlf'HOI. PR A NICHOL A PEACOCK. LATEST KCITEirrN T PRICES BT5DIJCED. BEAUTIFUL INDIA SILKS AT37), CENTS. i NO. 21 PUBLIC SQUARE. ARE now clotxng out their Siock of Summer Dress Good at greatly reduced prices. Or tat bargain can be had by calling1 eetly. India Plaid Silks at 67j cents; Splendid Black Silk ut il; Swi FfouDCiug-i at half price; " f ' Jarkna-t do - do da; i i'rintt-d Bengs at about hair price; Ijuje-GontUai reduced prices; Beautiful Clialltes very cheap; Sp'ecdiJ Flounced Berages nt reduced prices; Rich Organdies very cheif; While Go-ds very chap. til COJIBS, FANS, AftD FANCY GOOD4. WILLIAM TA3EEE, -1 A PARK PLACE, NEW YORK, invitos the attention I U of Southern and Western Merchants, tohis new tock of Fai.!, Comb, Hair. Tooth and Nail Brushes, Indies Rett cnlcs, Perfomery. Snap, l'orte Mo lies. Jet and Bead Bracelet?. Pocket Books, Dress Buttons, Pics and Needles. Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards, Wax. Corul, and Glass Beads Necklaces, 4c India Rubber Combs, Canes. Ball and Toys of every description. Sciseore, Razor and Cut lery, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accordeons and Violins, in cludinff a general and very large atocknf English, French anu German Fancy GrxxK which wii bo sold at the very lowest prices for Csn or ArraovrtD Parca. rf Orders by letter selected and put rrp in the best manner. WILLIAM TASKER. my-lyd. 10, Pabx Placz. Nxw Yoar. nUiCr SEED WANTED. We wifh to pur tVi chafe S00 bushels of ililletSeed. Also, 50 bushels of Black ct. Brown and Lady Peas. Also. JornfirM Beans, for which we will par tbe highest market price La cjsh. WKLLER 4 COOPER. At their Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Warehouse, Apri' 13. Mirketareat. WANTED. A LADY, an experienced uaoi.cr. desiiM a sitnation in same family or school, bho ban beeu long a re -dent at tlie South, audlias Uoght in Virginia. She MO prodtieethebeatofrsfereacesfor respectability of charac ter and cupaaility to Instruct in the following branches, Kn-foh, Freiieh,' Music, Drawing, Painting iu Oil aui Faucr wotk. Salary not so gre-.t an objeit as a pleasant reaidencM in a Southern climate. For further particulars address Mrs. MARTHA H. HA. DC. Jorldoo, Ohio, Madison Co. jua5 wtf HERRI FORD, SLAUGHTERS CO- Bci niters, AND EXUtAAGE UUQKEltS. Cedar Street, opposite the Post Olfl'c, NASHVILLE. TENN. DIULaci IX EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER, AND ALL KIND3 07 RANK NOTES. PARTICULAR att ntitm paid to Otltecttons in all parti of Kentucky, Tencef m and North Alabama, Rcritaracis Messrs. llobson A Whe4e?. Bank of Nh' ville: Memre. Ewin Brothers, Wholesale Druggists; Maws. i'yil k Cunningham. Hardware Merchant; Jletsis. W. B Shapard 4 Co , Bankers; Henry T. Yeatman, Esq., Whole sale Groeer; Scott, Proprietor of City Hotel. puy2 tf Ohespest Musical Work IN TIIE WORLD, PRICE ONE DOLLAR. BEAUTY'S ALBUM, OF dllfSlCAL BUDS AND BI.OSSOMSr A COLLECTION fl new and admired POLKAS, MA ZURKAS, and SCHOrriSCHES. FOR THK PIANO FORTE, Beautifully Hhistra ed with Six Elegant and Appropriate Designs, in Lithegrapb by JXAviguon, of the following tuhject?: No. 1. MawoSocxds. . ... 2. BtAOTr's MisiOB. 41 8. Drvonsx. , " 4. BuiuiBaAiiCZ. ' 5. Msloot. " . cossolatio. PnbHsbed and fir sale by SAMUEL CJ0LLIE, Cl Broadway, (3L Nicholas Hotel,) New York. grTh"j above work ill be scut by mail to any part of tbe country on receipt of ONE DOLLAR, addressed to SAMUEL C JOLLIE.S1V Broadway, maj2t lm (St. Nicholas Hotel) New "fork. UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIH3. WILLI AJi B. WEBH Attorney and Ooonselto at Law, Washington City, D. O, oi&rs his service as a practitioner before tbe above-named Court, and trill attend to all business that miy be entrusted to him, witl promptness and fidelitr. Beforence maybe had to WM. F. COOPER, Ei-o,., NashTille. Tin. CtT Offct N0.aSixthStreet. 'mb"i?m fJT Baniwr Memphis Appeal and Knoxrillo Whig wil please copy. FOR SALE. TWO desirable Building Lot, fronting S3 and 80 feet on Cherry street, opposite the New Orleaaa Rail Rnvi depot, and ruoniog back about 113 feat loan alley. Oaa or the lofsfcison it a imall lume tenement. Both lots a extremely vsluable. J. L. 4 R. W. BROWN, jnnessi-iw K WJerry Street.