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' BOOX AND JOB PRINTING,
4ATLT AKD EXPEDITIOUSLY 1II0CTHD
AT THIS OFFICE.
BLAIXI OF ALL KINDS
EATLY PRINTED AND FOR BALE AT THIS OFFICE.
-ay-a. H. PARVJN, newspaper and advertising agent,
Jlneinnatl,! authorized la receive and receipt for ubcrip
ons sad advertising for the True Whig.
RAIL ROAD KAIL.
TIME FOR THE M All-8 ON THE CHATT tNOOGA K. B,
Leave Nashville at I A.M. anl X P
ArrtTe at Nsshville 7V A. M and & P. M.
Th. Mails for the K isl.rn and Southern Cities close at 4
P. M. and for Way Offices at 8 o'clock, P M.
Jy8t 8. U. ANDERON, P. M.
OF THE -
AMERICAN PARTY. -
Americans pick hh'k flints!
A "AN3 MAP!1 MKEITNG "f the AMERICA PAR
TV of Davinaon and .tj.iiiilng counties, .ill I held st the
OOtTitr HOt'PK in ihl' City on SATURDAY, tl''thint.
tC Able an-l distinguished Speakers f om abroad, aa
well u from iiuma, sr expected 'o be present.
Itthe American pa-1 .especially, turn out ai auiata.
MONDAY MORNING, Alo. 20.
FREE SCHOOLS. I
rinOSE who expect to attend the next term of the Free
A fell ils, commencing n Monday, tlieSd of September
next, -r 1 1 i'm attend Mt the High Hrlxxil, the bojson
Monday, Tuesday and Wednedaj, the 2'h Slut and i-M
inst , fr-mi 8 t.i ' 1 n the f reno-n, ad from 8 to 6 in the
afterno n, and the trirl- n Thursday, Friday and Saturday, '
th23 ( f h and .3 inn , during the same hours, to re
enve .hoi' ticket of admission.
Tni tfr applies to ihow ho attended the last term aa
weft a to those bo did bot. . F PEARL,
aug!3 dlw Superintendent.
Euiiker Hill Ro. 3-
The numbera. of Bunker Hill Council No. 8, are
r-q'int'(J to meet at the IJall in the lower ecd of
the Market House on M nJay night the 2Hh inet.
A full attendance is expected, as business of im
portance will Imj transacted.
The metiibi rs of tlic Order rei1injr in the 2nd
Ward are iiartcularlj requested to he pivcent.
' River News. The Cumberland wn fnHit.p
slowly on Saturday, with 7 feet Inige on Uar-
jKj'll Sll Hi''.
Tin Xtttle Millar came down from Gains
bro' ou Saturday, tn route for radurah with
a loud of ToliMoeo.
A Fine Yam. Our wn'mr jmhlisher, Mr.B.R.
McKtxMit, Iihs laid upon our tah!e the fifitst
.e iuu-ii of the Sweet Potato, liy very Inr.'e
odds, that we liave seen this year. It was
grown at his residence near this city, arid if of
the white yam variety measures 11$ indue
in circumference, and wthhiSJ lls. A splen
did eciiiien, certainly, for early a period
of the sens hi. It is of the same variety with
tlios.- w hicli tui-k the premium at the Agricul
tural Fair la-t Fall.
I.FAM.r- Attempt ti IJckn aChuiich.
Two iitteniitH hate recently heen male to
burn the Clirictimi Church on Cherry street
One n Friday niclit, and the other discovered
Saturday about uoon. The firrt attempt was
made in the basement, and wan d'n-covered be
fors any inatei ial damage wa done. Ou Sat
onlay emoke was dincovertd issuinf? from the
Cupola, and after the fire was extingu'iMhed,
which wit done promptly, a lot of combust
ible materia! wan discovered on the epo
There Menm to be no room for doubt that in
cendiaries had been at work. The church ia a
new one, and ia one of the finest and hand
somest in the city. The pulpit is occupier, a
it has been since its erection, by Rev. Jkhse
B. Fkkocsos. The building i insured for
rt'e learn that the clappers of the Church
a id the Broad bireet Engine House bells were
both acutely fastened to prevent the alarm
beinp promptly jrivm.
The opinion is well grounded that there has
beti I't-liln-tately concerted attetnpf, intelli-iz-ntly
planned, to destroy the Church; but
the motive which prompted f cannot Iks even
eupectcd. Wetnihtthe incendiaries, whoev
er they are, may !e detected.
Jons O. Saie, the Vermont poet and wit,
conf ribnted the following to the lar iiiimlter of
the Knifltrbocler. It has a graceful jMiliidi
a ud humor that makes it a gem:
Ah met the njotu'-uts will not sta)!
AnotU-r vear hi ps'd away;
And Jane (the wwimlf hcnva the line
And t.11 me I am Thirty nine t
As thus I hafte tie mile-ptones by,
I mark tSe nuin'ierini: with a sigh ;
And jet 'tis idle to repine
I've coiut) so noon to Thirty-Line 1
Ah! tfw that roam this world of ours.
To f. 1 its thorns and pluck it flowers,
Have trod a brie;htr path ttian mine
From blithe thirteen to Thirtj iiincl
Ueallh, hoint) and friends, ( life' solid part,)
A iu-rv laugh, a freh jount; heart,
Pi tic dream and !of tiiii
Have I not thksk at Thirtj-niuef
(). Time ! forego thy wonted spit
And lav thj future lushes light,
And, trust me, I will not repine
A twick the count of Thirt) nine!
KASaVILLE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
o. U Viua Sueet, N-hviil, Teun.
CHARLES HESS ASS HElffiT WEBER.
DECAKTMKNT.s The Py.tetn f Inrtrucloii adopted kit
t its Academy la the same aa that punuiad tn tha Heyal
A'-a tmy tn Paris, and comprises five IVpartmenta, ia.
PHmry, Frr-hman, 8hniorr, Junior, and Heutor;o
which is added a kreapiiulitton Irpartm.-nt, designed for
those h iutrn.1 to adopt uu as a plot atioa
TEH 48 rf.R PES -HON'.
Paiaiai P-FsaTMicrT, U1' 00
Five leMMM a week, oue dailjr, 8 ilurdaf ec-plet.
FIOUM DsrihTMSHT ... -WOO
Four leaouus a week, Monday, Tuesday, . bursday
8or"iio PfcrsRTuavT 10 00
Thirelesaims one wot. M'Widay, Wedndy and
Friday, the saor-edtng week Tueslay aad Thursday.
in .ioa DsrTnT 85 00
' Lcs-ous samr la number and tn dava as in the
futoa DsraTT V0
Two lMns a werk Monday sod Thursday.
RiCAMTLLTH Uwumwt... tQ 00
lons lanv, tkiturday eanrpied
, In all of the forrcmf UepartateuU, tka Piano and
Guitar arc the vnly Instrumcnia laaht.
InsUucUos os tin Harp, 4 Issauna a week, per session 3 t0
14 ia Vucisuon, ' 0
Ilaiiaa stle, 44 HO
M tn el uwes at gentlemen on the Tiotln, Flute,
Clariou'-L, , veolug a week, 15 00
All tulUoa fees doe us the entranee of th rall.
Iki. lesson a iitl la Hs rnd Muki girra la all i-uym free
No rharre will be made fr the use of InstrameaU. Masle
and Monc Hook, furnobed aralta to the pupOa. who will be
permlUedtaralaia ikeaiaa their own property at lit caiaa
lpOs will be received at any time, and rharred frasa the
pert id they enter to tha etna f th. mmsuo. Tn attend
ance ef pupils wiU be rrqaarasl during lb ksssaei oly.
Th Aoadsente Vaar will bvi.u4 U.V' iwa swaiaos; tha
one eomaietK-infr on the tA Momls) ta r-rptrmber, and cka
Inr on th last Frtdsy In January, the othw comiasarliia oa
tli 1st Monday to February and closl. g oa tha Brsl Friday
fr Pvptls Intraaied to their ear shall reorlee rfc at
' tenoon an1 If anwrarx-d assduliy oa tb partis! itoe In
irwelurs ea avail, the shall aotfai) la eium t elevate
' atarntard of pruAcieory U ahich V'ty 0 aspire.
ApplHtion to be mad ou or aAef the 11 day uf Def'trBB
br, at ttt Academy. augll -ia
TJ'ETlli:il GlKWii.tju and IILLSWAX '
X1 W want
10sXI lb Li v Gi eat Fcatlrs;
1C, (Si I lla limsenr: '
lOpOOO tb BersaaA, for which w wffl pay oaab,
1,1 . W. H. UORlOH A CO. '
LKA1 II OF A jESSIESsEEAN 15 CaUFOUSIA..
The many friends of Wh. Willis, Eeq., for--tnerly
of this city, will regret to learn that he
died at Maryville recently of consumption,
after a protracted illness of several mouths.
Mr. Willis w as a printer, and a graduate of the
University of Nashville. Dependent through
life Djon hi own exertions not only for his
ow n i-npiort, but to a greater or less extent
lor the waiuteuanc of an aed mother, who
survives him in this city, his life has been one
of laudable and untiring physical and mental
labor. jAbouttive yearn inc3 he fell into tue
current flowing to California, in which State
he has been engaged mostly iu the practice ol
'law, in which profession he met with encour
aging frucceso. Hat his feeble constitution gave
way to the revere trials to which it was exposed,-
and he now elee th sleep that knows
no w aking in this world, under the turf of a
far distant State.- His relatives in this city
deeply feel his lc-s, and his many friends and
companions, to whom he was endeared by
etionif ties, will remember him as a warm and
sincere friend, whose example was always
worthy of emulation.
First Congressional Tistrict
The following is the otficial vote in the first
Congressional District :
TAT LOU. WaTKISS.
S.vier, 6C2 Mi
Greene, 1034 lb)5
Washington, b'J H37
Jcft'-rson, y8 1 16
Cocke, 927 344
Johnson, 417 127
Carter, 650 142
Sullivan, 6S1 U'16
Hancock, 247 532
Walk ins' majority,
RE.'.D FOR Y0UESILVE3.
From lion. Cave J!min.
NasBvu.i.a, Auir. 1! IsM.
Pias Pir: I hv for several e-ki used a pair of your
ill a1 umn I'ebiile ri-ctaces and h ve no hriitatioii in stait
ing ih'it I consider tien much su-iior to anv o'herever
i-C'i n me, an'l have lkeii plt'asu-e in lecoromending the
ut-e of them to my h'iemig. in pieferenre to any " ther.
Kevpectfully, jour obedient servant,
J H. Prjcaoss, Nashville.
I'sioa avd Americas' OrriCR, I
N.ihvitie, Auk. 1U, ISSft.
I bave been using g'a-es fur some four or five years, and
dunuu tliai tiDie 1 have tried a im-nbcr i t tliff rent descrip
ina nd ti'.aiiuf.u tiii e, some of which I tlwught very good;
hut a few lU.m tirice I ohiaiiud a pair of Mr. HemmoBs'
rufi lian rt-iible Spectacles, iinve given thm a pi City fair
trial, and 1 have no he-iU'ion in ying that they "re far
'.upenur to anything thai I have ever trad in th-tt Hue
O C. TOKBhTT.
Frijn Hu(;h Erwln, Fsq.
Mr. J. H.friiaoa I'ear fir: The llrsa llian Pelible Glass
es that I purchased of you about two week since, have
proved fully equal to all von s id respecting their uc.o-1 q'Jal
i 'l s. 1 hey ar. mu. h f uperior to any 1 have ever u ed, and
I wouU earnestly ailvise all who are compelled to u e Spec
tacles to call at your utbee and procure a pair without ile
lav. 1 wonld not be without Uum for more than five tue what
.hey cost. Keipectfully yours,
Mr. Ekmmons' (lases can be obtained at his Office,
over W. T. Berry A Co's Bookstore, unul 8. pteniher 1st,
and at no other place. augl7
1'IIE crpartrer-h;p herrU fore existint; between the sub
s' scrit.ers, under the style of KasuOB A Cucaou, was
diotiilvi d on the T h nt., h mutual consent. All somunls
iue the late firm are tn lie paid to J. .Kaniage who will pay
all ciaims agaiust the firm.
,ugiT R. B. CHURCH.
rUT" Having sold to my partner, Mr. JNO RAMAGE, all
nij interest n the Isle frei of Ramare A thurch. I most
cmdialyree mmend him to my fnenUs and the public, as
every way worthy of their confidence and patronage, and
eari.rr.tl solicit for him a continuance of Ujeir custom,
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon K. C.
R 8. CHCRCH.
tTT" Having hmifrht the Interest of Mr. R. . CHCRCH
I rh til totitiuue the Hoot and She huirew at the old stand,
42 Colli gc unet, W ll LrfAI.E NH RKTAII., and shall
shortly ireeive from the Ksst.rn ms'kels large additions to
m present stork; to n.ke roi m tor ahicu I will sell a per
tiou ol the tock ou band at ery low price.
uiiU .UUN RAM AGK
UT AXTKU ft lia' to lil,n's to invest iu a whcleah bn
sines., already established.
N. B. Any pi-r on having the above lomto Invest, can
make arraiiKemenl tog ve hi Mrcma. s'tention or other
wise. Apply by letter to Box Hi. Pt Office, Narhviils,
statit r when and where an intei vw can be had.
F URKISHIKS AKD FANCY GOODS
UT E hare yet a t-a- dsonie a:?orImi nt of seaaonahle
Oonls which we are selling at moderate prices, of
which we mention
8liitt every varie ty;
Ki.ftl-B " "
(Vllsrs " "
Black H.mhstlne Stocks;
I'pper 1 en.
Oriental I'rtips; . ,
Be l I aeuder;
Very fiiie.tof Colognes;
Bachelor's U.dr Pye;
Httchin's " "
1 ooth Mrushes:
Wo k (oie;
Shell Combs sad Bmshe ;
( India Rubber do do
Ivory do do
tiauie Merino U dcrnhirts A
Oa-timer do do
Hi k do do
t'ntion ilo do
Lhle T' read, mith aiid with
Plat land tar.c S lk,hfh e,
" Linen "
M ' T.is'e 1 bread "
" " ro.t.m
W hite Lmen "
Colored lorder M
PUm aud r anev 8 !k Gloves;
M Li 'e Thread"
" " Cotton "
Fancy slls an t Satin Cravats
" and Linen
" Cambric "
" " Katies "
Black and Fancy 111 r FtorL-s
" ' Satin "
" 8llk "
Together with a variety of Fancy article: not mentioned,
which wa will sell at reduced pi ices.
Jvs" J. It. Met; ILL.
m v nun.
SEAGO &, LAWRENCE,
Clronrs (om mission MrrcLacts,
AKD PSiX(B ta
GRAIN, BACON', LAUD, HAY, FRUIT. FLOUR, Ac. Ac
No. TJ aod 74 Whlb hatl stre. t, Allan 1st,
(ONlliN M KNTS respectfully solicited and prompt returna
- promised Cah .dvauces given on Produce in store,
and cah order- Oiled aith piow-locs and care,
HENDERSON NASHVILLE RAI1R0AD.
rkOTK'l: ' ftTOt HllOI,l.aC.S.
Oruca or Hanao A Aavxa II r.f
MAiisOBVuxa, Ky., Aug In, 1V.
XOTICE is herebv a-'ven to the Fto.-k holders of the Hen-
IN denton and NarhUPe Railroad Ompany that the 1 Ilk
instalment on their slock is now due and must be paid on or
before the VtHh dav of S- ruber next.
By order c lbs Board of Iireeior .
augl4-l4 AMBROSE O. GORDON, rWy.
1.L Corporation Taie must b paij at Ih Collector's
office, upper end of the Market II. u-e, ( tty Usli.) by
th. 15h of this m inlb, or the) will b sued on luimodUtely
thereaner. Tbowj wh-are yet in arrears will please Uk
aottosof this recent order of the Board, asd caU and pay
up. Th oeCMSltles of tb Corporation eumpel nxa-uu
rUctiins Otis )ear. Th Cot'eclor caa be found at hi o
Ace from A. M. lo P. every day.
auglA Iw A. MXaON.Col'cetor.
II OI l(L'0 bbia. tra Family rtour;
1 OU bbl. extra Whlfc Hheat "
Oa bawd and Aw asia by W. II. OORDOW A CO
MATTnCa-W. L I JO. Melland have just
reisr i li p k of best Iiidlat 9latftitar,
wbs li Uey are ariUtig vety low ar raah. apntA
THE RIGHT Ml CHINE INVENTED AT LAST.
CAN b see at Arms' eg A V S, oB Market atrt, tks
few TKAW and HAY CUTTFK ifsr RnttiUsj. ' They
ar r-otii siK-ed by all ) bsv tried ti.em, as faesing a
very wipe nor advantage over anything of the kind thai b
err B-a praduewd. Cad aad xajBU fo yaaiarrva ; W
warrant parlaet sausBscUaB U parefcarwf Id ail .
ap4 II ARSfsTKO.MJ A CO., Aftsls.
rlllKV-iVtbl rtaaS-Asrca Whisky In stora
aad tf aakt by W. H. OuRIsU A CO.
A 'tn -I cask Mtrt tugir eurd Hams, fcr sate ky
fsprlTI WfrM-L A THOtm)?f.
npilEsubwnberwillpay CASU fof wheat wt the highest
A- market price. -
. -1 , JOK NASH,
auglA dlw No. 81 College street.
UTt will pay CASH for Wheat delivered in Na'hr)l!e.
Sacks furnished. Call and see as before you sell
auglS-tf J. A K. YtATMAN.
A TV T K I 20,000 BUSHELS WHEAT,
hiirhest market pi ice will be paid in CAS 1 by
augll trisrlw -
No. SO College st.
! Wheat! Wheat!
! ri'gv THOUSAND BUSHELS PRIME REO WHEAT
i 1 wanted deliverable at t ur Warehouse by the 15th inst.
t Ijt which we wiU paj 75 cents per l.uhel of 6 bn.
4S9 P W. II. OORDO?J A CO.
I : WHEAT! WHEAT J!
; 800,0 25 III MII.I WHEAT
T ANTKO im-nedt .tely at thehighest cash orlce. Bsgl
. V furnished ir desiied. D. D. UICKKY,
; xug3 No. 3 College street
" Wheat! Wheat! "
UTANTED le0,0"f bushels Wheat, delivered at Nash
' wille, fir which the hiifheH market price will be paid
in caeh EST" Backs in any quantity furnished to order.
augt 1m No 1 and Broad st.
(ASH FOR WIIKAT.
W'E are prepared to pay tba HIGHEST MARKET
PKI'K fjr tt beat Corn, at the Nash
ville Ci'y Mill-, and desire all the Wheat Growers to gve us
a call before sellit g elfewhere. Likewise we shall be pre
pared to exchange Flour for Wheat on such terms as will
besat-fai to-y. G. HAMMONW A CO.
fff N. B. We will pay If per cent above the market
price lor Wheat clean, a through
CHIiD'S GRAIN EEFARAT0R.
G. H. A CO.
Ilo ! for Kingston t prings !
riHE u- ilersigmrd hav made an arranze- 4 , i - . h
1 ment with Mr James J. Ilaker, to run 'reTKaiJt
a six pa sengeromnibus to the Springs three-'1'
times per week, fare each way, tao dollars. OQice at th
Sewanee Uoae. where sests mav be secured.
The omnibus will lesve Naihvill pun tna ly at 8 o'clock,
A. M , n Tue-das, Thursdays, and SalurdxyiT
Returning will leave the springs punctually at same
hour en Mor.da. , Wednesdays and Fridays.
Careful nr vers, good horses, comfortable omnibuses and
a delight'ul place of reso t are thus offered to the public
S j pains trill he -pared to make the trip pleasant, and Aso
io'J'n at Kingston agreeable.
je1-2m a E. J. A J KREIDER.
FOR A SHORT TISE ONLY.
J II g E M M N S, English Optician, late of the firm
or H Sera . ons A Son, inanuf icturer and inventor ol
the newly invented an'l i prove ! Spectacles, from theim
proved spectacle vianufac or and Cornwell Optician e-tab-iishiaeut,
Kat llri'lge Truro, resiasctfully announces hi ar
rival ou a profexfional visit, with a splendid assortment of
his newly invented and improved peciacle, Hnd may be
cousuiteil at his office, oc the Square, room over
BEKRVB B0OitT0KE, NASHVILLE, TKNV.
The celebrated Siiectac'es are made of Braxiliin Sand,
ani known under the name of Itraiillian Pet'bles, an'i eon
btrticte in aceordance with the phihiaophy of nature, in
thep' CuUnr form ot a concavo--onvex mirror, admirably
adapt, d to the organ of sight, andean be uved by the old
and the voung to ursue the mist minute employment, ei
th r by d.iy orcan li hght, with perfeC ase, and never
cause that niddincss of thehea I or unpleasant sensation to
the eye that many exjierience from n ing the common
kind, but tend t- strengthen and Improve th sight, as will
be s. en b the following testimonials t orn those usiug them.
Office hours from 8 M to 5 P M.
Mimphis. March 2lh, 19" 5.
Mr J H Bkmmdiis fir: The use I have made of 'he pair
of l.ilasses obtained from you. satifles me of the utility "nd
vaue of the form and material by which they are distin
guished without inHimfviig the olject teyund the siae
apparent lo the natural vision, they rendex it distinct and
clear without fatigue to the eye
S far as my limited experience extends, I am Very much
pleased with them.
Vei y respectfully, your ob't serv't,
J. 11. McMAnON.
From Hon. Geo. D. Prentice, editor L 'Uisville Journal.
Und oubtedly they are the best Specta
cles in the wor d. The continuous uae of them lor any num
ber of hours dis not latmue the eyes in tie least, and the
vision of age is rendered by theta is ail s)ecu like that of
. Mbvwwi, March !4 185.
Mr J. H SxMuoirs Dear Sir: 1 bave caitiully examined
your Braadliao Pehule Spectacles, aud ruvst cheerfully and
my leatimon) to their supeno i'y over any oihai lenses I
have el seen.
B sides the philosophy of thht form, shape, Ac, the re
markable transparency and hardnesaof the material renoor
tl.em p culiry adapied to the purpoi-es ol assh-ting impair
e I viiion, which unlike other spectacles do so, wituout fa
tiguing the eje by their use.
I can, my dear -ir, co dially reeon ir.end your Brsxillian
Pahh.es Ui iu-. frii nils an specially worthy 0' their eonfiirnce
aim feel as-ur. d h.ttlni ill in every case give sa ilac
Uou. I am, m dear sir, trul yours Ac.
A K TAYLOR, M. D ,
Prof. Anat. Memphis Med. College.
I hsve examined and used myself Mr. J. H. Semmon"'
Br :tllllan P. bb.- tp. ctucle, ami fully concur In the opinion
expressed above by I rof A. K. Taylo', as to their superi
ority both in form and material, over the oidmary glasses,
and re.- ninjend them to all rsotis requiring the use of
specta les. L. MIANKS, M D
Prof. Ohst. Memphis Mel. College.
From the Hon. David Dale Owen, U 8 Geologist.
Nw llABannr, March 2S 1S54
Mr. J. U fsaaonf Sir: Having examined youripeota
clrs roust rucled id concave convex Brasilian Pi bbks, I take
pleasure in Unifying to their advantages over the ordinary
glass Sieciac!es. Their superior hsiuum prevents them
being defected by scra'ches; the peculiar manner in ahich
they are ground and polihed, together with their trauspa
rency, obviates ihe rain usually experienced in wearing
classes, and their cuolues esM-ciahy recommeuda them to
thor having weas, Irritable eyes.
Jylo-tf D. D. OWEN.
BAGS! BAGS! !
ON and after the 1st Aui?ut we will be able to furnish
lofitt bas per day, for thapuip s of holding wheat,
flour, "itts and corn. Persons req ii'ii g Bags wid please
send in their oiders at as early a day aa asitile.
jyll W. II. GORDON A CO.
Ulll A I'. - AO Ot O bush' is wheat wanted, (;uit up
iu 8 buile1 0uaLurg Bag,) for which we will pay
cash. (jji'l W. II. (iOkDi'N A CO.
UTE this dy advsc- d the prW of Cotton Tarns, and arc
selling at II. lo, t aud Scent, for mothers 4, ft. 6 and
ik) 5 per cent rff 0n quantities atKJVe IU bags, and tim
) egulaled by quantity, as heretofore
jy W H. OOROON A CO.
urn son a watf.ii.
FpHE FOUNT of ths undersigned being now regularly
X supplied with ire, he can conscientiously recommend it
to all as being equal to any, and far superior to nine-tenths
f fiat made anywhere. His syrup are made by a new and
superior psvtceia, wIikJi gives lo them a rich odor and deli
H also keep a fin article of Mead.
AARON STRETCH, nrug'lst,
anrl Cornel ColWgs and Union sta.
WHEAT WANTED. .
FIFTT THOUSAND BUSHUJI W II F AT WANTED, for
which th highest price in CASH w H be paid.
SKYMOUR, FANNINU A CO.,
ef Corner arket aud Church street.
FOH SAI.i: Olt lli:T Ihavea desira
ble bouse on Lower Market street for saie or j-
rent, th house containing four room la lb main tn .
building, with cellar, dmiug-room, kitchen and all neeossa
ly out build'Tig. Any one wishing a comfortable resideuca
and one convenient to the busiues part of th city, ahoukl
snake immediaW application to
R, A. BALLOWR, Gent Art.,
JanS tf No. 17 Deaderick streat
s. ii. LooniN v co., "
FO S WARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And oa agoala for tb sale of
Eaxard's Kentucky Rifle and BlaaUuf Powder,
BACON A BlUVS SAFETY USE, AND
(.ouirworltaa Mpsxrklinar Casta wta Wiuea,
41 Public Sqaarw, NASHVILLE, TEN N. .
SELF EEALINQ FRESERYX CANS AND JARS,
F n ALL be la rveetpl in a lew da of a q-iantity of vary
I supeliur and icvlu.bla Fa if eslicg Prwcrva t aos, ad
Mtably adapted fir oaveuirn.'o and e(ulneaa to tha
wants of th is wishing to pre. srv fraita and reiakle.
-Jyt . . J , f P. P. PICRIT.
(OFFER r sal a Uuws and Ut oa tha corner ef Bfl
aad Spring treeia, la S-'gr6eid. lb. iui fronts on
prng trel sever.o t ft, and tans back oa Bell lrrt tw
4ndr d feel U a twvlvw font alley. Ts. bows m twa (tone
igh, with porrkj abov and bwtnar, and aooiaAn fobs rtiom
' oi le diolf rn, bath rwoss, aorvaai.' raiast, kitrtiea.
lable and carrug aoawo, wiw a goea masera aw aaiiai.
A LMI J
Va LciW hMoeUiaksl aack of th afev, fronting ffty
(rvtearh Bell street, and running back oa hundred ac J
paaaty ftuw fert, sU cK4- Ad on 4 la Nash
yiba, IroatiRg B'y foet oa Loco -I street, and runmrg back
to. kawlred a oat Mvasily Aw Mt to a AfUca foot ai.ey.
Ta aawv fMOi-eriy Can b bought f a guud term, and tka
vacant lots ai ilrairabi uiiaag kiU. Fur fustltav paruo
aiart aa4 tcrats, appl lo
K. A. BAltOWT Oeal Agt,
B,,TtO . 17 l'1r Ck stt
JL 'JU JLT JUJ
UEAI.LK I. .1 "
Dry and Sparkling Catanba,
NO. 35 EAST THIRD STREET,
PROF. WOOD'3 HAIR RESTORATIVE. The testimony
of all who have thoroughly tested the virtue of this cele
brated article, is, that it will restore the gray, and the bald,
eradicate diseases of the Scalp, preserve the hair from fall
ing, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old age.
It is now put up both with and without sediment. See ad
There are few thincs which afford us greater p'easure than
Bitting down to write a notice cf the celebrated Honfland
German Bitters, because we are fully conscious we are con
ferring a public benefit, and our heart tells ui that by our
notice many have been induced to take these Bitten, and
been rescued fiom death by dyspepsia, Hver complaint, Ac,
for the cure of which it is certain. It is prepared and told
on); by Dr. C. M. Jackson, at the German Medicine Store,
No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia,
See advertisement. augl lm
"Letter from Hon. John Minor Botts, of Virginia. -Ricbmod,
July 9th, 1955.
Messrs. Wat. 8 Bkxrs A Co., (ienls. Consideration cf
dnty to the afflicted alone prompt me to send you this vol
untary testimonial to the great value of " Carter's Spanish
Mixture," for that almost incurable disease. Scrofula.
Without being disposed or deeming it necessary to go In
to the particulars of the case, I can say that the astonish
ing results that have been produced by the use of that med
icine on a member of my own family, and under my own
observation and superintendence, after the skill of the best
physicians had been exhausted and all the usual remedies
had f iled, fullv justify me in recommending its use to all
who may be suffering from that dreadful malady.
I do not mean to say that it is adapted to all constitutions,
or that it will afford the same relief in all eases; for, of
course, lean know nothing about that but from what I
have seen of the tffecU), I would not hesitate to use it, in
snv and every case of scrofula, with persons for whom I
lelt an interest, or over whom I could exercise influence or
control. Respectfullv your, -
j-21 tseptl JON. M. B0TT3.
See advertisement in another column.
It ha? 'ng ceaai d lo be fashionable to"pntr' patent med
icines, or do any thing to enhance their sale; not from any
particular prejudice that has arisen in the public mind
against trem, but simply from the wortlilessness of nearly
all the "great remedies" crowded into the market Bui oc
casionally a medicine that posseses real merit is brought
into light one that ia really what it purports to be. Of
this class, Sloan's preparations can be ranked with safetv,
for we hive heard of no instance where his medicines have
been tried, but that the fullest satisfrctii n has been given,
and th-ir immente sale will fully attest their popularity.
FnvjMu t Journal, IU.
s- Sloan's advertisement in another column.
l..tl I CO It FALL, 1855.
.CLOAKS, TALMAS AKD MANTILLAS.
X7ILL inirodu'-e for the inspection of Southern and Wes
v V tern Merchant", on the 1st of August, his usual large
variety of goods in his ine,
EMRR IDKRED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
PLAIN VKLVFT M Al'LES, Rich v Trimmed,
COMBINATION OF VELVET AND MOlRi. ANTIQ E,
. SC. AO. I
The buyer of the undersigned having just returned from ''
France he in enabled to oflei the met exiensive as-ortment
of styles of any other establishment in lh coun'ry, all of
which, by spec al contract with the Paris Manufactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as ihe only publisher of regular monthly Fa-hion Plate
n Harier's ano iodey s Msgnimes ihouhl be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select tn m his stock.
51 Canal Street, ft 63 Lupenard Street N. York.
Principal entrance 6i Canal itreet, second Manti la S.ore
West of Broadway, outh aide. augi dm
AV. JACKM A: M!i.
GRATE AND FENDER MAKERS,
240 Front Street aod 930 Broadway, NEW 10RK.
ISAAC I.. PI. ATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
lished manufactory of the
BRITISH FLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Kavenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all siae, suitable for window of stores
and dwellings. Show Cases, Coach Lamps, Rail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
TO Hurra j- Street, Ktw York.
AMERICAN PLATE"GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Wl.liamsburg, L. I.
'I'HE Subscriber bavtcg taken the agency of the above !
X Company, Is now enabled lo fiirinih their Rough Plate
Olas, for ky'ights. Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a qual ty
sB-etior to the imported article, and at much lower rate.
JOHN B. HLATT,
jy!7 8m 79 Murry street. New Yurk.
IIOI SI.Hi:i PIU IIAItlMVAlti:.
PIC0T ft SH0TWELL,
IMFORTIRS AND JOBBVRS OF ENuLISH, FRENCH
HOI SE H KMMIIAG II AH I WAKE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York..
INVITE the attentirn of SOUTHERN and WESTERN
MERCHANTS to a LA KG K AND VERY EXTENSIVE
STOCK OF GOOD8 IN Tli Kill LINK.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Piaied Ware; J.pannery;
Oerman Silver and Britannia Ware
. Tinned and Koametled Cooking Utensils;
' runieil. Copper and Brass Ooods;
Tea Trays, Mre Irons, Fenders, Wire Cover:
lironxed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac.
Our tck comprises rverv article in our line cf hilnc,
all of whirh we will sell to dealers at the VKHY LOW EST
PKK'ES FOR CASH OK API'UOVLD PA PH. It. Uoods or
der d by letter will be selected with great care and despatch,
auo put up in the beat manner
PICOT A BHOTWELL,
No. 63 Maiden Ijine, New York.
PIP S. Also, manufacturers of a very superior article of
ated spoons and Forks. jta 6m
COM IIS, KAS AMI FANCY t.OODS.
lO Park 1'lure, etr York,
INVITES tfe attention of Southern and Western Mer
chants to tiis new stock of Fans, Combs, Hair. Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soaps, Porte
M'lunsi.s, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book, Dresa
Buttons, i ins and Needles, Hooks and Eye, Watch Guards,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklaces, Ac. Inula Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls and Toys of every description. Scis
sors, Kaa-re and Cutlery. Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Arcor
deons and Violins, including a general and very large stock
ot EnglOh, French and German Fancy Goods, whirh will be
sold at the very lowest price for Ciaii or ArwtovtD Pirsa.
Order by letter selected and pat up la the be-t manner.
WILLIAM TAS'KEO, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. S Please cut this out. myn dly
R. C. McNAIRY 5t CO.
T1 AVE this day received per Express, only ill dsysoul
Al from New kork, a beautiful lot of
French-wort ed Collar, Sleeves and Chemisettes;
Mourning Collars and Sleeve, in xrcat variety; -
Jarkouet and Swum Edgms and Inserting!;
White Embroidered Muslin Robe-;
Beautiful Evening In-esaea, new style;
Plain, Checked and Figured Nainsooks;
Plain and Striped India Dimities;
Small Red and Whit Fans;
8plendid Bridal F ns;
Plain Mouslin D Laines and Reragea, for Traveling Dress-
i es. Pocket Handkrtchlcl, Night Cap, Glove Boxes, aod
many ni - Ulll things too tedious to mention, ail of which
We will sell al th lowest powible prtors.
, We shall re-selv. during th coming week on of the larg
est stocks of English aa4 Asaerican Carpets ever brought lo
this market. at, U. McNAIRY A Cf.,
JyV8 . Coikg streat.
lOUN a. lYCRT has recently received, in addition.
l,8o0 teal Leather Belting,
Patent Melt PuochM assorted la one handle,
11 aoa. Sheep ttkma,
T0.0O0 Ring Travelera. tnarlte tf
I IIII IIAL. ADVANCES taad in CASH oaBhip
I s (sent to
CUARI.E.TON, ' ' '
aUVANIAH, ' ' 4 .
SEYMOUR, FASSlbO A CO
- MORE TINE SHOES FOR LADIES.
LAD1LI Fin Corwewa Kid 81 ppora,
lavlia F.ae Frenct. Lactlog Sl'ppara;
. Eagluh "
ktaws sapor Kid Swii, just rrcwived hf
lUkiAUK A cnutm,
B'lgt 41 ColWge Htwt
SIL LOOWtS A CO, Bt Bate AgewU for Naahyllio, win
. furai.h th poopio at TQBssn with ail tba dlBwreot
k)wdf WINK aud by at aiy Cincinnati wbcas.
prVass. Also, th Catawba Urp Cuttlag for planimf.
Call aad are thorn. ' N. LoNGWOETH.
av.1 t Cnnaan,ti!9
NRW YORK. j
Locistilli, Aug. 18 noon.
The river is at a stand with six feet water ia the
t Cincinnati, Ang. 18 noon.
Flour is in fair demand saiea at 6.76a7.05. Pro
visions in good demand. Shoulders held at 9 ;
sides 9 J. Lard in kegs sold at 11 J. Whisky ia ia
Letter demaud sules at 32ta32.
PirTSBcao, Aug. 18 noon.
River at a stand with 8 feet water in the channel.
New York, Aug. 13 noon.
Flour market is nnchanged. Wheat a trifle lower
galea of Southern White at 2.23 red 1.97. Com
a trifle lower sold at 88 J. Fork higher Prime
sold at 17.50. - Lard firm.
Dostos, Aug. 18.
Abbott Lawrence died to-day.
Baltimore, Aug. 13.
The deaths at Portsmouth average 8 per daj in a
' population of 2,000. At Norfolk the fever still
ECONOMY AND COMFORT.
DR. C. W. CROZLER'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July II, 1354, and which received the
Premium at tha Nashville Fair in October
last Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Pain Killer.
rjHE nnder-lgned, having repeatedly been solicited t
X make consignments of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, has concluded to sell no more county rights in this
State, but will in future have the Improved Camphor Waih
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this State (ex
cept in the counties where the rights have been disposed of)
and in the State of Alabama. And that he may be enabled
more effectually to make this arrangement, he pr. pose to
divide the patent for Tennessee and Alabama into 1,00 i
shares, one fourth to be retained, and the remaindxr 730
shares will be offered for sale. A peison remitting ten
dollars will have one sh ire in the Patent, to run fourteen
years from July 11, Is-M, and will be at the same time in
vesting also five dollars to be usci in the purchase of the
ingredient, advertising and the necessary expenditure ot
the means to prepare aud distribute the Mixture for sale.
Consignment wul be made to shareholders, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other persons, to the amount of thrir
remittance. And they will be allowed a commission or im :
per cent on their sales, and also their proportion of the .
profits at large.
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, and dividend of the
profits remitted to each shareholder. No debts will be con
tracted, nor will the Company be responsible lor any, as the
burinesa will be conducted upon the cash system.
Any of those who have purchaned patents for counties in
thl State, can have the privilege of exchanging their righ'B
fir share at the price- they have paid. This exchange will
be made at the cost of the Patentee.
It is desirable to have at least one or more active share- '
holders in each count in the S'ates named. Subscriptions
for shares will be closed by the 1st September next. And ,
Consignments of the Mixture will be made very soon there- I
alter. Cert n ';ites isi-u-d to shareholders, who will request
the Agency, i' they desire it.
The under, igned will act Agent until the shareholder
elect thiee directors to serve one year, who will have the ;
management uutil their succes-ors shall be elected. I
Newspapers in Mobile, Montgomery, Tusraewa. Hunts
ville, Talladega and Tusrgmhia, that wi'l pub.i h this twice
and other sdvertisements to the amount of ten dollars, aud
send one copy, will receive one share. Address,
C. W. CKOZlrR, Patentee, I
je'ii Knoxville, Teun.
Fj'OH HIRE. A netrro man 26 years of aro for the '
balance of the year. Also a boy and girl 9 n- 18 year
or see. It. A BtLLOWK,
augI6 General Agent No. 17 Deaderick it.
HERE'S T- AT SEAMSTRESS.
T HAVE au ex-ellent Srfanutress, Washer, and Ironerfor
jl sale. Any pe. snn wisnius to Duycan be satisfied as to 1
qualification and character. None need apply except those
wishing to buy to keep In the County. Also, Several other
negroes. augld REEd W. POUTER.
MKDIfl.ViL ALATIO.N, &c.
A LOCAL AUXILIAY IN THE TREATMENT OF DIS
EASES OF THE THROAT, LCNOS, Ac.
THOMAS H. GREENHOUGH, If . D.
(Late of London and Park- Resident Physician of New
HAS arrived in Nashville, where he will remain during
Ihe summer, and place under treatment all thoa who
may desire his skill and aid in all forms of diseases of th
respiratory and circu.aiory organs.
Dr. Greenhnugh havins- been connected with Dra. Psreira
and Williamson, of London, and being a member of medi
cal societies in Europe, can guarantee to all inva ids the
mot recent and succesnful improvements in the treatment
of each case, which will always be regulated by and based
upon the vital principles of the
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY OF MAN.
N. B. Chronic Female complaints. Implicating the re
spiratory organ, will receive particular attention, aod La
dies, when preferred, will be vi.ited at their own residence.
NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION.
tw Oftiee, Verandah Hotel, Nashville, Tenn.
(ajr Patients in ibe country will receive attention by
fvT" Numerous testimonial and reference as to skill, in
tegrity, Ac from many prominent otisens and physician
ot New Orleans, Memphis and other cities, can be seen and
obtained at the Doctor's Office.
Due notice of the Lecture on Animal Chemistry, the
Physiology and Pathology of the Nervous Systems, aud the
Chemico-lherapeutic action of meuiciuea, Ac, will be duly
given. jyH tf
tV FURNISHED ROOM WANTED suitable fur a Phy
sician's office, iu a central locality. Also, two rooms, par
lor and bedroom, f r a gentleman and wife.
Address lr. G., Pot Office. JJ14 tf
100 It E V A It D.
RAN t WAY on Monday night, the 31 st Inst., while In the
employment of Mr. Ch irles E H. Martin, of this city,
TWO NEGRO MEN, named JIM and ALBERT. They are
a'Mut twenty five years of age; of dark complexion, had
with them a new suit of clothe, made of green caainett,
and new silk hats. JIM is about five feet eight Inches
high; weigh about ISO Inx; wall formed, high forehead and
pleaiing countenance; speaks quick when spoken to; was
raised in Williamtmn county by Ihoms Petway. ALl'ERT
is shout 5 feet 7 inches hih; weighs about 175 lbs; round
fare, good countenance, with small round eyes; speaks
rati. er slow when spoken to; rattier an humble looking no
gru; was raised by Col. Thomas Williams, of Montgomery,
Ala I will give the above reward if they are token and
scared so U.at 1 get them.
mj24 tf C. L. NELSON.
8(10 bbls Rectified Whisky; 20 bhls Holland Gin;
At) do Old Reserve do NI do Malnga Wine;
6 1 do Monon.ahela do luo dosen Wolfe's Bchiodam
Hl do Bourbon do Schnapps;
12 ilo Robinson Co. do 6 qr casks Pure Port Wiue;
80 do Peach Brandy; 8 half pipe Otard Brandy.
80 do American do
For sal by SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
Je25 Corner Market and Church streets.
M. W. KNOX.
No. 81. llroadw ajr, Naabvllle Trttn.
N. B. To bis own he ha added tha entire stork aad
ol ef th lata R. Ruckle. jel tf
Fl UNITI It EI Fl HNITl HEM
A T No. 43 Union street, Ira II. Mor-
A ton's old stand, is a large and well
selee'd a-sortmenl of l urulturi',
which will be sold atextrxmely low price
Thoae winning any thing In the Furniture line, will da
well to e&H Immediately, aa I am directed to eiose out the
concern forthwith, which 1 will do, even though it be lor
LESS 1HA.N COBT. ' JO. W. BELL, A.,nt.
' l;llll TI.TI HAL ITIPI.F.wiENTH Torn
Shellera, Straw Catters, Cider Mills. Grain Mill, Churns,
Fairaiag Mili, Griadstose Rollers, Grain Measnres, Hora
Fowtrs, I lows, rumps. Meat Cutter and Grinders, fton
Wi-i, c.on hand aad for sals by
D. D. D1CKET,
JaniS College itreet, NaahviR.
G" I'M It ATI I M ATTN Atjw more of those Oum
Bath Malta oa hand and for sal y
J. H. McGILL,
Lad'eand Gentlemen's Srurnnhing Store,
Jy1J Corner Colleg at and Square.
TI hesve a lew paaMd ty!e BengM, Ual w ar loll-
Inx al leas tbaa half one.
1.11 a htcNAIai A CO.
THE BEST IIAIM OWE.
DR. O M BALLARD'S (new snlcbt,)rrtved th hUh
est premlam al It Woblbb Fsra and A m aaoCA I s rr
TOTs, .bar It wa examined by tb Duwiacn-Bt Crow
Dr t an-Toa aad Prof. Jons Toaaar. and ronaaed the
BEST. For oak. by tb. prioalpd lna In this c , rr -rne
II. PrtaHpal Offlee aad Star. ,. 0 aod AGO
BROADWAY. Nw York. martl-ly
pDTTOi N ABI'HC.S-11 bale nor Ka.
ii i fa) Osnaaairga.iast rawvd and aalo bv
YMOt a, FASNI.M1 A ro.
COFFEIU-S"' tags prtn Sir 0Y -3
bas eM Gf . Java CotVw;
4. Lagcyra ;
In store aad Aj4 sale low by
iu.; bETMOCTI, FANNTNO A CO.
Uril ISiKE Y. j0 barrels Pks JlagaolU Wblsksy;
, tn Mil UM Rawrv aad Ky do;
. la oo ainaua coiUily UaU diftiued du,
. la Bttarw aad kt asJ jr
aagT SETMOCI, FANNING A CO.
CANni.ES LW box Bur CajOiea;
IS Auntuer Mowld ili For ale by
ar frrtlrtTI;, fkMSK tA
LAKGE FALL SALE OF
Fresh Dr y 3 o c ds
AT AI'CTION, BY
IRBY MORGAN & CO.
Ulb, 12th, A 13th September, 1853.
OUR. FALL SALE AT AUCTION, embracing th ltth,
12th and 18th Septenibtr, 1st 5, will comprise a'l ihe de
scriptions o( Pry Gotjd usably requured iu Retail Stores,
II LACK PHI ITS, ,
Ul.XCilf A.TIS, ' -
ilEItl.ON. ' .;.
CASH. TIE It ES
CO II CKtiS,
SILKS (Ulackand Fanry)
S 1 TENETS
IlItOAYN ?II SLIS,
1ILEACIIED JIl sLn,
CIS A VATS,
' VELVET UIHVXS,
PT The Goods will POSITIVELY be sold WITHOUT
No bids will be taken exc.pt from MERCHANTS.
The Goods iu this stock are all NEW and FRESH.
It embraces as many handsome styles as can be fiunJ la
anv Jobhing House in Tennessee.
We l.av- positive instructions to do, consignment.
No UAilTSon them. IUBV MORGAN A CO.,
augi4 Id No. 4 Public Square.
NASHVILLE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
TKI ST MALI'.
II Y virtue of a deed executed by John St. John to the
1 Nashville Building Association, dated November 1st,
ISM, and regintered in the llr-fi.-ter's OtEee of Davidsou
county, in Book No. Itf. pages 18 ai. J 124. I will sell at the
Court House, in N ishvilie, Tenn., on SATURDAY, th Alh
day of August 1SNS, to the highest riddrr.for CAjiH, a Lot
cf ground in Edgefield, fronting I'J. feet on Sycamore street
and running back 2'.0 feet to Walnut all.y, and adjoining
the lan l uf L. Uaker and Sneltou. Sale within the nsual
At the same time and place, I will also sell Five Shares of
Stock forfeited to the Nashville Building A -v-iaiion.
augll td CHARLES A. FULLER, Trea.
NA8HVLLLE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
BY virtue of a deed executed by David A. Cote to the
Nashville Building Association, dated Oct. her St, 154,
and reei-tered in the Kegistcr's OfBce of Davidson county,
in Book No. Is, page W, I will -ell at the Court House, ia
Nashville, Teun., on SATURDAY, ta- !Iilh day of August,
to the highest bidder, for CASH, a lot of ground in Edge
field, fronting on the north sil of Church street, contain
ing one acre and thirty two feet cf ground, and adjoining
the lands of II. J. Dvi and Greenwood P.vne, being the
lot purchased by said Cole of G. Payne. Sale within the
At ihe same time I will .ell Five Shares of Stock, forfeited
to the Nashville Buildiug Association,
augll td CUARLW A. FULLER, Treat.
! UiVIVERSIT Y OF N AWHVILLE.
Tnt? Fifth Annual Courts of Lecture iu this Institution
will commence on Mondiy, the 9th of October n xt,
and continue till the first of the enauimr M trch.
PAUL F EVE, M. O., Principles and Practice of Surgery.
JOHN M.- W ATSN, M. D., Obstetrics and the Disease
of Women smi Children.
W. K BOWLING, M. D., Theory and Practice of Medi
cine. A. H. BUCHANAN, M. D., Surgical and Pathological
C. K. WINSTON, M. D., Materia Mcdlca and kledicat
RullKRT M. PORTER, M. D , General and Special Anat
omy. J BERRIEN I.1NDSLEY, M. P., Chemistry and Phar
uary. TIHiMtS R. JENNINGS, M. D., Institute cf Mediciae
and Clinical Medicine.
WILLIAM T. BRIOGP, M D , Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Anatomical R xims will be o;jened for Student on the
first Mondav in October.
A full J'rc'imtuary Courm of lectures, free to all Stu
dents, will be givi n by the Profcsaors, commencing also on
the first Mouday of October.
A Cnuique has been ettshlfihej in connection with the
University, at whirh operations are performed, and case
prescribed for, and lectuied upon, in presence of the Class.
Amount of Fees tor Lectures in the University is '."3
Matriculation lee (paid once only,) 5. Practical Anatomy
I n. (ira l jitioa Fee tti.
Good B -arding can be procured at about 3 per week.
Further information cau be obtained by addres-ing
J. BilKRlfcN LlNDSLkT,
jylS wtrw2m Chancellor of th. University.
I niversity (irammar School.
' 1 HIS School, designed to prepxre boys for th. Treahmaa
1 Cla-s of the College, will be onened on the 10th of Sept.,
1ST !t. Tuition f 23 per term f 2t weeks.
Person desiring further Information may apply to
J. B. LINDSLEY.
Chancellor of University, or
J. B. JOHNSON,
aunll lm Superintendent W. M. I.
1TE haveopen.d thl day
f V 75 pieces new style Carpet;
1taj piece Irish l inens, direet Importations;
These Linens are al a profit less than we have been aUe
to offer them before.
10 pieces assorted colored Muslin de' Laines
3 Mus. do haixe Traveling Dresses;
8 boxes New Ribbons;
5h t. French Hair f kits;
5 " Rinlops;
A nice lot of French Euihrt iderie.
These Goods are fresh aoJ at vry low pr!c. Call ooo
at R. C. McNAIUY A CO.,
auT cb f9 Collrg. street.
AmtiroaiaJ shaving Cream, Nymph Soap,
K'e do do Italian Me1icated Soap,
Almond do do I Superior Honey do
Minley's Fine Toilet Soap, Transparent Soap,
Old Brown Windsor do I Omnibus Soap,
White do do I Barber Balls,
Together with the mnst fkvorite kinds, received aad or
sale low al STRETCH'S Drug Store, corner ul College and
Union sta. myll
MI'vi: FLAVORING I X TIIACTS.
" Pin Apple,
Received and for stle In quantities to suit at STRETCH'S
D rug Store, corner College and Union st. my 18
iINE TOILET WATER!.
Bell Lavender. I Mill- Fie
Mill Fleur Water,
1 erbena do
Orange Flower Water.
For sale in assorted dsn bottles, at STRETCH'S Drag
8'ore, corner College and Union sla. my IS
TWO HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALS ONE
J OFFER For sal. two new BRICK DWELLING HOUSES,
on Knowle street. Wast Nashville six room each, aod
two story poc b cisterns attached good healthy location,
aad every way eotnloctable and desirable, and convenient
to a fine Sulphur Well A good barn a a will be grn oo
liberal terms, or 1 will rxchang ir land o th Mis4ip"4.
On of theta ia for rent antil scld
j14 tf 3- w F. MANNINQ
GEO. W. COVAN,
ATTOH1CV AT LAW,
GaaaraU Aajrut far the) Pnrthas, ial
Bud Rant of Ileal Eatatr, aad tha
ColIectloN ot Claim,
No. 4A Cierrr SUtat,
WASH VI LLC, T E N If .
PROMPT atteatloa will bo gtvwll to all baiinea trstst
to hiss, aa4rrtal attealioa to IhwooUocUoa of haaierm
rlalmstkrvushoal M ddW Tenoeaw.
ttaraaaacaa. A. C A A. B. Bch, Fvans, Porter A Co.
, 1 B. Fit A Cw Ta. T. Pfailo;, Fxov. Sell 8- Brow
Josaab FeeriM, Na.bvtU. T.oa.; Geo. J. A. bauia, Datnd
' a co.. Tenn., Za-Gov. W B. Ctan-bell, Let aoa, Tran.,
t lloa. r.a P. Car aihora, AteaiyaiA, Tstm.; W.D. LavenJev.
I Nw York City. t oct rf
FOR RENT I have foe iu a TWodid staad fee a
Biackamiih, oa tha NvfrMlfrarw Plk. lo sila fsoai
Nahv,. lmproveaaU, rd .hops, family fmiil.aes,
and ail Beccssaxy oat bousm, 13ir 80 sctm of eiarad laad,
pkaty of tra Ouud, Ac. Tarmavasy. Apfly to
2. A. BALLOw E. Gal Agt,
onl No. IT Dea-tsrlgSj streat.
XORX ITT fttXX
GIN'Tl sowsw Pmtool UbOmt OalWdsK
(iebU aasser Cksth CwlrM Garte-v,
O.bW super ijaif da Sbo;
Gat sr Calf Oikwd's;
RaMtvod today ky KAUAUt A CliChCV.
124$ 44 Cailege act .
TARCII hoses PswH funk la tor aad Atr
W. tt GAIM'N A lt.
ST. LCU1S ADVERTISEMENTS.
Prom the Newspaper Ailvertijinir A trenev uf W. S. SWYM
HE ft. No. 14 Second Streat, ST. LOUli, i -a
Field, Bcardslee & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN..
PIECE G00LS TOR.
liJEvVS W 12.2 It,
No. 139 Main St.. St. Lou!,-M. '
AVE NOW IN STORE A nEAVY AND COMPLETI
stock T Go-ytj suitable lor the
AITIMN AND WINTER SALES,
and Bre prepare 1 to compete with ar.y jobbing hou'o in t!i
The stock consists in part ef the following g.Tods, vix r
V JL O TIIS.
DO s KINS,
BK A VETIS,
SATIN I'F CIIINE,
II L A N K I TS.
Every description if
TAILORS'" AND CLOTHIERS' IRIZLECtCS.
A COMPLETE STOCK 0?
MEN'S fi hnimhm; coods
An invitation Is hereby respectfully ext-nde-I
MERCHANTS, CLOTUIUHS ANL TAILORS,
Tfsiiinp the city Air the puejioseof buyini good' In this Kn.
to cxan:iaour sto -k befcr making their utc!ia"es.
A. 1 order' wnl lective promrt ait -nt'i a.
auBHt Uaaont JltLU, bi: AIirSLKF. A CO.
P. A ni NT,
Late ef Huhbell A Hunt.
J. E. uuxr.
F. A. HUNT &. CO.,
P It U D I' C E ,
Commission anil Fornari!iu
J o. 13 Levee Street, St. Louis, 5!o.
E a!!.ere sttic'.ly to a Conim.s-ioii Iiul' .-u, si ,1 we
solicit coiioijjutueutj of PI'.yDUi'E, Mr.SCUANDISK.
llavimr ample faeiljties f.-r doing t.yrce.-, I.ic?i Sf cn
surpajised by any huu?e in the Western country, particular
attention will he paid to fliliiif orders f r a:'y ile-i r ti. u ol
merchandise; also, to RhCi-IVlNtt AN: IRtARDINU
tiOOUS. Liberal udvaxicis will te m.idc whin required.
F. A. Hfr ref-rs to the numerous 'ri. n U :ir. 1 patn-ns cf
the ile Una of liuobeli A Hunt, of a Inch he wi.s a o-jr-uber.
j Tn r.a'j K-rms vo.
.ucas iTiond St. l-ouis, 1 i on, K Lg A C., S'.. I ouis,
Pag? A Bacon, ' Hon A. A. L.iwr. nce, Pocn
Vswk:s,C'hrialyACi. " I'lullm, t! l'.e:i ('., N. Yota.
ma.81 o;iii.v i', A. LUNT A CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY HAirU FACTORY. '
FR. WALTER. II. O. BOUN.
WALTER !. BOILY.
No. 31 ft 33 Market Street, between Han ft 2:1,
ST. LOCI., MO.
CONSTANTLY on l.arnia larife an.! freh. assortment of
all kindj of FANCY t AN LIES, wf.:r!i, for Cheapnes.
Quality and Variety. canLOt be surp.sseJ hy any otl.er es
tablishment in the West. nnirH! dawty
ST. L0TJIS STEAM FLANIN'J MILL"
Lumber Varil, uuil Sitati, Door, iiliuil,'
Moulding aud Hot titrlor),
Cvrrur of V Fallon and 13t, Mnets,
ace North hi Je of Olive, No. 117, Between 4:h and 5h
Stieeta, F:unt Louis, Mo.
UTE have always on himd the following articles, war
ranted of the best material and workmanship,
thoroughly seasoned by steam, and aa low aa similar work
can be furnished In the West ;
Panel Dar, - Pin and Pop'ar Weather-
Window Sah, Iloanlinn,
Rolling Blind., White and Yellow Pine
Stationary Blinds, Flooring,
Door anil Window Frame. Shingles anj Laths,
Boxes of every description made to order.
marS7 6m WILLI A VI WAI'E A CO.
ESTABLISHED IS 1S35.
y i T 4 7. If
.l-..-j.. z 4vj
G. 45c C. TODD & CO.,
(.Suvswira U . o 7".. of S n,)
It a. 21? MAIN MTIIKI.I, roi.el Morgans
SAINT LOUIS. MO.,
Importers and Xanofacturcri of
FEENCH BURR MILL STONES,
Dlilt It Ancltor Itoltinir Clotha,
PORTABLE GRAIN KILLS.
PLASTER OF PARI",
Ml I.I. SP1NOI.K8,
IRON PROOF STAFFS, ETC ETC.
Our a.anortment of M il Material Is the larrert In th
Vnttfl M)iUm At pnwnl w have on hand s5o pair
Mil L STUNE3. Order promptly filled and all artlcU war-a-inted.
mar-il ly G. A C. TODD A CO.
EMPIRE S.1W W(HIK.
W. L. F. GAGE ft CO.
M'arvroom No. 37 Tlain N true I,
ST. I Ol IS, Mt.
A f ANUFAfTUnERS of everv description cf extra fntt
lvl Strrl JiV, iV.-rn.'ur, Iht, Mtr'rii, .. f -ul , Voe.
llnntt ami I'ttml Nilrs, Nir Htihtl, l'j"!nn-t i Wu
i 'KiU, Ti uni rmn, Antres, JCt,ijr Adi.e, ij ti.iyt,
f J., .
TOiJ saw repaired and made as good as Dew, at small
The undersigned hare made such improverrents, and ar.
rived at such perfection in the len penng and grinding de
partment of their Works, and take such pains to i rocure the
best quality of steel, that Ihey can sxert, without fear of
contradiction, that their sfea-k of baa on hand and now
h!ng manufactured, ar and alii be not only rqiial
but superior ta any iua.de in or brousrbt
to thl markrt.
Every Saw sold under their guarantee will be made good
to Ihe purchaser, tf not bund to be so on trial.
marls .". 1, W. L, F. GAGE A CO.
SAWS! KA Ulll SAHJil!!
IXTRA fin Cast Steel Circular . of every se, laclu
dirg saws for the portable saw Mil's, ft urn 44 to ed in.
rtw.lv, ia diameter, together with '.anics, Muley, Mill,
Cross Cut, I'.tt, aod all other kinds. These celebrated taw
hav been In extensive use at th North Net, th. last
Iwenty-Av. years, and are considered hy competent pal if s
the beat mad.. Manufactured hy them, and for sale by their
agent, H. Bakew.ll, III Main street, St. Louis. Aiso, kif
saie al Messrs. Clark, R.uiruw A Co. 'a, and Kingslard A
Ferguson's, St. Louis.
war jEseop sctt'S ceixzrated steel.
Of all kind, la store or imported tu order, on as good term
as caa bo obtained from any other kouao engaged ia tha
ataBU'acuira of Ui. arucht.
U. BAKIWELL, Agent,
fkea.W Steel Ware boos.
Ie. 'ill Main stieet,
fefciS ra M. I. aula. Ma.
. . .r!l , 1 ' ... -1 -
The JEtaa Lararasee Companj ef HartTorA.
Charterc i 1313 .
f ASlf CAPITAL ,V,0iv.
THO. A ALEXANDER, Bec'y TUO. K. BRACK, Prei'u
'at VTntn.t A M TrmniM f P.
I CAPITAL ! iJo.iaa.. "
A. J. GILL ITT, Sec-y J. P. KUTHERJCFO.Prw't
Raw Tork Life Innraaee Cempasy.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL f s..r-ii.
FLINT f RkA.MA.N,Actaary..aluSK.) FRANK.LrN.PrMn
Pire, VlaHne, Iui.n1 HuU aedLL'e ril taken at ecjr. us;
rataw, iti JOtti'U NASd.Airect.
o. t and l Sooth Mark. I atrers NASHVILLE, TENS
GENERAL CCXXLUI05, RXCLTTINa
AND FORWARDING MERCHANT.
Aad Racei vara aai Casiera ia Cotxaa,
F'IFPS oa hand a full swrv'y of a RoClRIXS, BAGtiINO,
L ROPE, AO -aad will pay IU bighMt priew Bar Cottow,
M nak.librra tat I satvaaccw th.saa.lv iaaswik
CHfNfiHFN? WATER-A few grosee kaM.aito
Eaapira VI .vet. Jo. G. RK.KWN,
t9f 48 Celleg. '.
" NEW S LOIR lI POT.
Cfie ef lit NaaAvine City Milla, eoraer of College
and IpriBj Streeia.
,y4 , A , . - HAMMOND A CO.
C.RAIN 1 ANTED.
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