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PKIJwTKU AND rCBUSUKD BY
B. R. llcKENTNIE AND GEO. B. BROWN,
CXDKB THS FIRM OF
ft . It . UleKESillE & CO.
K. P. McINTY, Editor,
H. K. WALKER, Assist aht Editor.
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FRIDAY MOilXIXG, AVti. 24, 1855.
Edeefield and Kentucky Eailroad.
. This road, chartered by the Legislature of
Tennessee, will constitute, in connection with
the Henderson and Nahvll!e railroad in Kt-n-tncky,
a through line ta the Ohio river, at the
town of Henderson, about 140 miles from
Nashville. The two roads, when completed,
are, by agreement, to be nnited, under the
name of the Henderson and Nashville Rail
road Company .J
We are glad to learn that the difficulties in
the way of the construction of these roads,
the most important of which, have been met
within every section of the country, are in a
fair way to be overcome. The delay they
have produced, however, has been an advan
tage rather than an injury, inasmnch as the
prices of iron, labor and provisions, are not
now so great as heretofore, and the cost of
the roads will thus be considerably diminished.
Having recently got clear of a contract
which had been entered into for the construc
tion of the entire road, and which could not
have been altogether carried out, although a
good deal of work has been performed under
it, the Kentucky Company have determined
to re-lot sixty miles on the first Monday in
October. They have means enough, beyond
all question, not only to grade the whole of
this distance, but also to put the iron upon one
half of it and they will accomplish this in
about a year from this time. Should they suc
ceed in the effort they will make to pay one
fourth or more of the amount of their con
tracts in the 6tock of the company, they will
be able to grade a greater distance ; and, from
all we can learn, we have no doubt that their
means will be muob increased should the Ten
nessee portion of the road be speedily com
menced and vigorously prosecuted.
After much care and labor, three or four
different routes having been surveyed, and re
eorveyed, it was determined, a short time
since, to run the Edgefield and Kentucky
road through the towns cf Goodlettsville and
Springfield, and by Sam's Ford on Red river,
to the Kentucky line, upon conditions which
will certainly be complied with. At a recent
conference between the Presidents of the two
roads, a satisfactory conclusion was arrived at
as to the extension of the route from Sam's
Ford, in this State, to Trenton, the Southern
most point already fixed of the Kentucky
portion of the road and thus the whole line
from Nashville to Henderson has, in effect,
The cost of the Edgefield and Kentucky
Railroad Is estimated at about $1,300,000, the
distanoe being about 48 miles. Of this sum
the following amounts have been already ob
tained: Subscription by the County of Davidson, $200,000
Do by individuals, 140,000
To be increased conditionally, 85,000
Aid from the State, 480,000
Making, . $855,000
Of which, it is reasonable to calculate, that
$800,000 will be collected.
Propositions have been snbmitted to the
Directory, we understand, by contractors, who
come highly recommended as responsible and
reliable- men, to build the entire road and take
one-fourth of the cost in the 6tock of the com.
pany. The same terms, we doubt not, could be
procured from individual citizoim, living on
the line of the road, who might be will
ing to take contracts, should the Directory
deem it best to adopt the plan so successfully
pursued by the Chattanooga and the Mobile
and Ohio companies. Iu either case, one
fourth of the cost being taken in tho stock of
the company, a balance of, wiy $200,000, must
be obtained amongst the citkens of Nashville
and Edgfield and their vicinity to make up the
amount necessary to accomplish this highly
important work. Can this be done f We tluuk
it can and ought to be.
We propose, hereafter, to continue this sub
ject, not only with such remarks as may occur
to us, but with extracts from reports which
have been made by intelligent men in reference
to the commercial advantages of this road, as
well as to the rich and inexhaustible coal fields
through which it will pass.
Our telegraphic despatches have announced
the death of this distinguished gentleman,
which occurred at his reiJenco in Boston on
Saturday last. Mr. Lawrence was bora In
Oroton, Mass., in December, 1792, where he
remained until his sixteenth year. When a
poor boy, without two dollars in cah, lie
walked down to Hut-ton, immediately fat
about making his livelihood, was frugal, indus
trious, anl business like, being bo eocceaful
that in a f-w years, in company with hfs
brother, he Ucarue an importing merchant.
Afterwards, relinquishing this business, he in
vested large sums in macufacture; was one of
the founders of Lowell, and succeeded in ac
cumulating a large fortune, lid was a mem
ber of Congress four year?; In 1843, waaoue
of the connnW.oiiers to settle the Northeas
tern boundary question, and in 1649 was ap
pointed Minister to England. He was a man
of immense wealth, having accuaialated it all
by dint of inductry and talent. Of Lis great
benevolence the world UadrUed; among Lis
chief charities Laving been the munificent gift
of fifty thousand dollars to the Harvard Uni
versity, at Cambridge
He was a true nobleman a genuine off-eboot ,
xrom liio virtuous old I'untan ttock.
I. O. O. F. The annual session of the R.,
W. Grand Lodge of the United State will be
opened at Baltimore on the 17th of Septem
ber. Tho 't!egate from Tennene are Maj. !
E. A. Haworth and Tho. T. Buiiley, Kq.
The Know Nothings seek to console themselves
by the assertion that Gov. Johnson owes his elec
tion to the foreign vote. The assertion is not in
accordance with the facts. We do not believe that
Gov. Johnson received the votes of as many natu
ralized citizens ia the whole State as would equal
his majority. His largest losses were in those lo
calities where there are the most foreigners, and
his larget-t gains wbero there are the least. His
gain in Lincoln, Perry, Decatur, Smith, Sumner,
Macon, Overton, nenry, Dyer, Obion, Henderson,
DeKalb, Jackson, Bledsoe and Washington, exceed
his whole raajorit in the State. Wwgaint in these
counties, iu which there are hardly an average of
twenty foreign-born citizens to a county, amount to
near 8,000- These are the counties in the State
which are the roost exempt from all suspicion of
foreign or Catholic inflaence counties in wnicn a
Catholic is hardly ever seen and these are the
counties wbicb bave done ine wort in toe large
towns Nashville, Memphis, Knoiville, Columbia,
. . . . . i i . . t
Ac. there are heavy Know Nothing gains. UnLn
The Union's facta are most unfortunate for
its argument and that of Gov. Johnson, al
ledging the harinlessness of foreign influence.
It shows that Johnson's losses are mainly in
those localities where the foreign population
is largest, and its baneful inflaence at the polls,
therefore, most clearly 6een and most tangibly,
oppressively felt where the natives of both
the old parties Lave the best opportunities to
understand and appreciate the monstrous evils
it engenders and nourishes. The Union shows,
on the other Land, that Johnson's gains are
chiefly confined to interior humilities, where
there are comparatively few foreigners, and
where, consequently, the evil of foreign influ
ence at the h)11s is Ws apparent to the native
born Americans. The irresdstibl conclusion
is that where political firreignLtm in this coun
try is lt lawn it is tnot odioua a strik
ing, suggestive illustration of the propriety and
necessity of the American movement.
Can we prevail upon the TVu Whig to answer
ns this question : If the party which ran CoL Gen
try for Governor in the late election is a nw party,
composed of men of both parties, why ia not the
election of Col. Johnson to the Senate in this coun
ty as much a gain to tie new party as the election
of Prion to the House in De Kalb county f Union
We see nothing about the Union's question
particularly perplexing or intricate. For the
sake of brevity and convenience it is desirable
to have some standard in the past, however ar
bitrary, by which to estimate degrees of com
paritive success or defeat. Hence when we
Eay the Americans have gained in De Kalb, or
elsewhere, we mean they have gained a com
pared with the known whig strength, what
ever that was, two years ago. When in like
manner we eay the Anti-Americans have gain
ed in McNairy or elsewhere, wo mean they
Lave gained as compared with the strength of
the so-called democracy two years ago: Ameri
canism beingtheessentially controlling question
of this canvass. Literally and strictly speak
ing, every member in the American ranks is
of course, in such sense, a gain, because the
party had but lately no existence in Tennessee
But then we have a right to adopt for con
venience, such a comparative (standard as we
have above indicated.
For the Nashville True Whig.
Speaker o! the next House of Representatives
A M. Looney, Esq.
Ma. Editor : We believe it is reliably aacer
taincd that the American Party has a majority in
the next House of Representatives of our State
Legislature ; and in looking around among the
members elect for a speaker, we find no man of
either party, so well fitted for that important and
responsible position Mi.iL Loon it, Esq., the
able and cloqueut Representative for the counties
of Maury, Williamson and Lewis. Mr. Loonet
unites, in an eminent degree, all those high quail
ficatlons requisite to fit a man to dischargo faith
fully and efficiently the heavy labors and arduous
duties of an office so important, difficult and res.
ponsihle, and while this is his first term of Legis
lative experience, yet ho is thoroughly acquainted
with parliamentary rules and usuages, anl with his
long experience as a lawyer of extensive practice,
his quick and prompt decision, sound judgment and
courteous and gentlemanly bearing, we regard him
in every respect as being the best qualified mem
ber of the next Legislature, (with the exception of
Gov. Neil S. 13 rows, who of course does not wish
the position,) for Speaker of the House.'
Mr. Loo.net is a man of splendid talents and of
great personal popularity. During the late contest
he canvassed thoroughly three counties, and dis
cussed with great ability and unbounded success,
tho principles of the American party, ne was op
posod by Hon. Wm. II. Polk, an able and popular
tt, and besides being confined to his bed, the lat
ter part of the canvass, h ran far ahead of hit parly!
Had the American question boon discussed with
equal ability and in the same eloquent manner in
every county In the State, we would have carried
the State by at least 20,000 majority. We trust
that Mr. Loohit will be rewarded for his services,
by an electiou to the Speakership of the next House.
He will fill the office with ability and dignity and in
a manner in every way accepublo to the member
We think be will make one of the most popular
and efficient Speakers that has ever filled that posi
tion in our State Legislature. Let him bo elected.
Eantur please copy. , SAM.
The City Wort House.
We visited this interesting institution the
other day, cow nearly ready for the reoeptiou
of patunts. It ha been gotten up at a trifling
expense, and is an exemplification of the pro
verb that necessity is the mother of invention:
The city authoritiea found a work house ia
dispensable, but distressingly fult the absence
of funds to build one; this forced them to
expeJionts. The city Fathers remembered
that they owned a hou-w or lot on Front 6trect,
just bvlow the bridge. They immediately in
vested a .few dollars ia oak plank, erected a
high fence around the lot, remodeled the
Louse, constructing a calaboose of one part of
it and a shelter for convicts of tho other, and
pmto change, the city Los a work Louse, and a
painful void is filled in the system of admin
istering justice and vindicating the law. It
will pay for itself in twelve months, and before
the necessities of the city require iU improve
ment or enlargement, will have put money
enough la the city treasury to build a new one.
Corporation "rounders," and 44 (slysters,"
"loafers," "vagrant, Mmice and rats and
such small deer," are duly notified that hero
after they will have to 14 come up to tLe rack
fodder or no fodder." There will be nocliacoe
Lsreafter to "stave by justice." Let vhdons
of macadamized rocks, and the mn&io of the
hammer playing upon tho Inanimate pebble,
restrain tLcm from future violations of tho
IIiou Two roa Tonaroo. Tho LycLburg
Virginian report that tobacco sold in that
city on tho 15th Inst, at tho Ligh figure of
f j2 a Lord red.
Euena Vista Springs, Ky.
! , . . August 20, 1855.
The undersigned, ' a portion of the visitors at
Buena Vista Springs, Logan county, Ky., for the
present season, actuated alone by a sense of justice
and a desire to show our appreciation of true worth
and merit, cannot forego this opportunity of ex
pressing publicly our Ligh appreciation of the su
euperb and princely style in which this popular
watering place is kept by iu present proprietor, D
Jeffries,. Esq., as well as of the curative proper
ties of the mineral waters. We most unhestatingly
say to those afflicted by disease, you can, in our
opinion, find no mineral water more likely to restore
you to health and vigor; and to the lovers of pleas-
. u wmi n ti n nn rnra rprrpn r nora inn ruin rM
ja . . !
flit more speedily or with more unalloyed pleasure
and gaiety. The romantic scenery, the entire and
perfect seclusion of this sylvan retreat, and above
all, the gallant, urbane and princely bearing of the
proprietor, combine to make it the most desirable
watering place in the West.
N. E. Gray,' Ky
ThiL H. Wallace, "
Miss M. E. Keeble.Tcnn.
" Olive Walkins, "
K. Mansfield, Ky.
" Mary Henry, "
B. Greathouse, "
" Lizzie Thomas, Tenn
" Henrietta Gray, Ky.
James II. Quarles, Tenn.
Thos. A. Jones, "
John P. Grav, Ky.
H. A. Thelps,
L. L. Leavell, "
N. J. Reynolds, "
D. C. Fanner, Tenn.
J. W. Dunnington, U.S.N
E. Dudley Walker, Ky.
J. R. Perkins, "
G. P. Macmurdo, N. O.
" - Moore,
W. E. Warfield,
R. J. Martin,
T. Anderson, Nashville,
R. McMordie, Tenn.1
T. G. Woodward, Ky.
M. Hopson, "
Sam. P. Anderson,
J. . Reynolds, .
W. W, Western.
J. . Henry.
Th's M. Smith, Louisville
Win. A. Rountin, Tenn
Jno. F. House, "
T. M. Cross,
J. P. Long,
C. T. Ratcliffe,
L. B. Donoho,
A. S. Montgomery. Ky.
James P. Rogers, Tenn.
Jno. T. iidmunds, Ky.
U. a. Moore, La.
A. D. Rodgers. Kv.
State Agricultural Fair.
- The First Annual State Fair of the State
Agricultural Bureau is to be held at this place.
commeuciog on the first of October, and con
tinuing one week. The fact seems heretofore
not to have attracted sufficient attention. It
should be recollected that from $2,000 to
$3,000 in premiums is to be given for the best
specimens of the growth, produce or manufac
ture of the State of Tennessee. The expe
rience of the last Fair, which was a new thing
to most of the managers, will be of advantage
in the arrangement of this, and exhibitors and
competitors for prizes, can rely upon enjoying
the best possible advantages in the disposition
of their stock and such articles as may be sent
The First Annual Exhibition and Fair of
the Mechanics' InstitQte commences simulta
neously with the Agricultural -Fair, at Odd
Fellows' Hall. These two enterprises are not
designed to compete with one another, but
rather as mutual hels. . The exhibition at the
Hall will be of a different character from the
one at the fair grounds, and will be open to
visitors mostly at night.
Elections Lave yet to bo held this year, we
believe, in twelve States. In most all of them
Legislatures and State officers are to bo chosen
and in four of them Representatives to Con
gross. Of the latter class are Louisiana, Mis
sissippi, Georgia, and Maryland -which are en
titled in the aggregate to twenty-three mem
bers. The elections will take place as follows:
Tuesday, September 4.
Tuesday, September 4.
Monday, September 10.
Monday, October 1.
Tuesday, October 9.
Tuesday, October 9.
Tuesday, October. 9.
Monday, November, 5.
Monday, November 6.
Tuesday, November 6.
Tuesday, November 6.
Wednesday, November 7.
Massachusstts, Monday, November 12.
Mit. FiLi.MOBB. The New York Tribune
says: e learn mat Atr. iiiimore is naving
the most brilliant success in English society.
His fine personal appearance and graceful and
dignified manners contribute quite as much to
this as his political distinction. Queen Vic
toria says he is the politest American she ever
saw, and all manner ot uukes ana i.arU are
nviting him to their Country 8eat9."
Minen and Manufacturer's Bonk.
The Knoxvillo Whig in publishing tho card
of the President and Cashier of this Bank savs:
We have stated that the President and Cashier
were honest and correct men, above suspicion, and
that their management of the Bank would be cor
rcct, and we say so stilt. Messrs. Doolittle & Co..
of Philadelphia, large Stockholders, in the Bank,
took with tuein a quantity of tbe bills, which they
entered into Bonds to either return an equivalent
for, or honor the drafts of the Bank to an equal
extent Iustead of doing this, they suffered tbe
issue to pass into the hands of Brokers, who came
here with them tor redemption, and draw some 1 12,
000 the first day. The Cashier very properly de
clined to redeem more of these issues, and resolved
on protecting home Depositors. This Is brefly the
whole state of the cue, as we understand it, tor
we have had oo conversation with any of the offi
cers of the Bank. Col. McChnz was ooDOsed. as
we understand it, to lettintr these issues co to
Philadelphia, but overruled by the officers of the
uatik. it was a sinilar aftuir that caused the run
upon the Bank of East Tennessee, two years ago.
Our banks ought to be owned by home people, and
not those dinlant andoultids trickttrrt. This has
always been our doctrine.
have ne promises to make touch in it th fa.
ture of the Bank, other than what will be found in
this card. For old debts due ns in this office, we
WIH tbM m7 1 par provided it is sent to us
wuuin wie nexi u,reft mouths to coma, the Publish-
r, arjkumioe, wui receive it nl par.
ttm of the faper iiilL '
Ma. Wbitkmik, the destruction of whoso
mill wo noticed yesterday morning, communi
cates tho following in regard to tho fire to the
Ma. Editor ; This morning about 10 o'clock, th
Taper Mill was discovered la b an fire about mid
way the building, on the sooth sid. There waa at
do time any fire near that part of the building:, and
no caute for the fire can be aseigued. The nuiJ was
in fuH operation and ell bands at their poets. The
fire, when first discovered, bad become perfectly
uncontrollable, and va spreading with such rapid
ity, that it was viih difficulty some of the hands
could escape. There la nothing left except burnt
Irons, bricks and rocks, a less it U the boiler and
team engine. Our new Fourdrinicr machine ia
ruined, and the loa of property and time ia very
heavy, but I am thankful that I am able to stand it
and tor the satisfaction of the PuUtaben' Lit treat,
will aay that I shall, is tbe shortest possible time, fit
op temporarily, so as to cupply.my borne demand for
paper, and will in the mean time cooimeuco builJiag
a new mill oo a larger scale.
Estimated property destroyed. . $1!,000
la'd in Tenn. Marine office, . .$8,000
M with Jooepa Nash, . . .a, ovol 4,000
Loss to ne of.
W. 8. WfjrTEJf AN.
EE0AD STREET I SEDGE COXPAKY. ,
THE Suspension Bridge bavin? been thoroughly repair
ed will b re -opened to th Travelling Public at an ear
ly day next week.
Tbe Board of Directors have, by resolution, adopted th
Cass Ststcx, and will in future require the money in all
easej. The attention of parties crowing wagons, carts, Ac,
bv servants is particularly called to this change in the man
atement of the Bridge, as no accounts will be kept In future.
Special contracts for family crossing are not affected by this
arrangement, exoept where the parties have failed to pay
their indebtedness to the Company. In all inch cases the
contract will be considered forfeited, and the money requir
ed as from transient persons.
In view of the very heavy ontlay just incurred y the
Company, it is hoped that all will come forward and pay
their dues without delay. JOHN MclSTOSlI,
aug24 2w Presi,Mtnt.
EU USITLD STATES MAIL
A NFW TRI-WEEKLY LINK OF FOUR r.'y
HOKfcE POST COACH 8 is now in T-fr't
operation for the accommodation of the traveling puDl
from UUNTSVILLB and WHITESBUKG, Ala., via blunt
Springs, Bluntsville, Elyton to Montev.llo.
This line U stocked with fine Concord, Troy and Albany
built Coaches, good teams, careful and experienced drivers.
Persons from North Alabama and Middle Tennessee, will
find tii is the cheapest, best and most expeditious route to
Central and South Alaba-na.
SCHEDULE GOING SOUTH.
Leav Hunts-villa on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and arrives at Monte vallo on Tuesdays, Thursdays and at
aurdays In time to connect with the Cars for Selma, Ala
bama, arriving at Selma at 5 o'clock, P. M., and then con-
I j"Vl - necting wun a dairy una or Mail strain
ers ror Montgomery, sioMie and New
)rteana. Also with a double dailv line
of Mail Coa hes for Marion, Greensborough, Tuculoosa and
bemopolis, Alabama; CommbU", Jackson and Vicksburg,
SCHEDULE GOING NORTH.
Leave Montevallo on the arrival of the Cars from Selma
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving at Hunts
"ille on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 o'clock
A. M., in time to connect with a daily line of Coaches for
Winchester on the Nashville and Chattanooga jTT'T'I
Railroad. Also, connecting at Whitesburg with.Uj'V'i
a daily line of Mail Steamers for Decatur, and!!Ls
thence by Railroad and Stages to Tuscumbia, Florence and
Haily's Springs, Ala., Holly Springs. Miss., and Memphis,
Tenn. Also, connecting at Whltesburg with the steamers
for Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tenn.
The Proprietors have, from the numerous solicitations of
' the citizens of North and froatri Alabama, establisded this
Line at a considerable expense and with but little aid from
the Government, they hope to receive such patronage as
will enable them to keep it in snccefsiui operation.
aue24 3m - ' ' . Proprietors,
Nashville Troe Whig copy three months and forward ae-
couht to uas office. liuutacuu JLavocau,
F0S L0TTISVILLE, CINCINNATI ft PITTS BUR 3.
THE new and splendid light water
steamboat It. L. COBB, L. Noa-
tuibb. Master, will leave for the aboveasl
ports on SATURDAY 25th, at 10 o'clock A. M. For lreight
or passage apply on boara or to
aug23 St J. 4 R. YEATMAN, Agents
ryEE next Session will commence on the first Monday of
- i September, terms oi tuition as neretoioie. uoara-
ingcan be had on reasonable terms.
aug23 2t B. H. RAGSDALE
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
II. &, B.DOUGLAS &, CO.,
No. 4 Public Square,
B are now opening and arranging for the Trade, an
1 V extensive and beautiful stock of
F0EEI3N AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, KONNETS
BOOTS, BROGANS, SHOES, tc. &c. dc
The assortment is entirely comjile and every waytmiled
to the trade of this section. We are anxious to place this
stock in the hands of responsible buyers on the moot liberal
We control a large lot of Negro Clothing, Osnaburgs (suit
able for Wheat Sacks, and several hundred bales of Uunny
Bags, which cas be bad at low prices lor cisri.
aug23-2m II. A B. DOUtif.Aa ft CO
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
7E Invite the attention of Merchants and Traders gen
V V erally to our large stock of
SCHOOL ItOOKS AND STATIONERY,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At prices which cannot fail to please.
OUR STOCK OF
Is aUo large, and we will cell at very low t"fWTW
nrires to thnsa who bav to sell again. ' F i
TKACIIKKH wou'ddo well to examine our'
stock: we will make special arrangements to'
supply Schools. 35r Kat Pide f'ublic f quare, Nashville,
. aug2i tf STEVENSON A uWKN, Agents.
rnUIRTY bales Richmond 7-8 Osnaburgs;
X 20 bales Richland 4 4
10 do Franklin 4-4
Suitable for making bags.
W. GORDON ft CO.
A PROFESSOR of Molen Languages, of nearly forty
years experience, twenty of which were paired at the
Universities of Moscow and Casan, in Russia, (as Profe-sor
of the French language) ten in private nobleman's families
on ttie continent of Europe, and the last eight in this coun
try, six of which in Richmond, Virginia, (where he taught
with great success in the first Schools and private families)
and twom Kentucky; pos -tsiDg the highest testimonials of
his competency and ruccess in teaching his native tongue,
offers his services to Schools and private families; also to
young men wh.i wish to form an evening cl.-us. His method
of teaching (differing from all those in use in this country)
was always crowned with great success, and approved of by
all thoe who employed him. Add ess A. F. at Mrs. M. Mil
ler's, Vine Street. aug22 6i
U7"ANTEI I wish to purchase FIFTY LAND AVAR
KANTd, for which I will pay the hitie.t market pi ice.
R. A. BALLOWK,
aug22 OenL Ageut No. 17 Deaderli k St.
F TJENISHINO AND FANCY GOODS.
"tTTE have yet a Vandsome assortment of seasonable
v Goods which we are selling 'at moderate prices, of
which we mention-
Shirts every varitty;
Rullles " "
Gauie Merino Undershirts i
Cashmere do do
PI k do do
Cotton do do
Lisle Thread, with and with
oat sleeves; '
(Black IWmhaiine Stocks;
Very finest of Colognes;
Bachelor's Unlr Dye;
Shell Combs sad Bra.stie-;
India Itabber do do
Ivory do di
Plain and Fancy Silk, hf boss,
" " Lisle Thread M
Pi Ik Handkerchiefs;
White Linen "
Colored Border 14
Plain and Fancy Silk Glover,
" Lmen "
" " IJ.!e Thread
Fancy silk and Satin Cravats
" ' and Linen
- Btios "
Bluck and Fancy Hair Stocks;
" ' Silk .
Together with a variety of Fancy article not mentioned,
which wo will sell at reduced prices.
Jv3' J. It. M-OII.L.
AILS 1,000 keg Shoenberfrr'i Nails In store and
(or sale by IJy W. H. GOKUCN ft CO.
1?OH ftALi:, OR tXCUANGI FOR TOWN PROP.
r AHTY, NLURC1U, Ac I eflVr for aa a FARU,
containing STO acres, situated on the Marfreesboro'Cf
Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville, and known as the lUui.
iltoa Place. Improvements tolerable good; good cedar fenc
ing; fir.t-rate water and orchard, fte. Any iwraon desirous
of making an exchange with tbe above property, now has
an opportunity or trading for one of the most convenient
neck farms In the county. It bavins a creek of never-failing
water running Uuroagti it. For (.artfruiAr apply to
B A. HALLOW F., Gent Agt,
febU ' - -. s Wo. 17 Deader! si.
" USEE'S THAT SSAHSTBiSS.
T HAYI an ex-eflent Seamstress, Washer, ao.1 Iror.er for
X sar. any pe'fon wishing
jialitlcation and character. .
wishing to buy to keep ia the
btf n buy can be satisfied as to
'. C atwJv except those j
the county. Alsoseveral other
Drgroca, augl REU W. PORTER.
WX this Jay advo4 th price of Cotton Tarns, and are
welling at 11, 10, t and 4 cents, for anmbers 4, S, 6 and
TOO S per sent rf ea qoaa title, above 10 bags, aud tins
rejrulaloJ try quantity, as heretofore.
J W. H. GORDON ft CO.
ICF.D SODA a ATEU.
THE FOUNT of the andersigntd being bow regnlarly
supplied with Ice, he can consdenOoujly recommend tt
to all aa brine; equal to any, and far superior to nine-tenth
tt that made anywhere. Ills syraps are made by a new and
superior procwaa, which give t them a rich odor and dcU
U also keep a fine article of Mead.
AARON 8TRETCIT, Drgg!st,
Aprs' Cornel Cviilcge and Union su.
P-EJSL 2?: " j
SEYMOUR. FANNINU ft CO,
Corner Market and Church streets.
Mi: d i c i xi? r j i r. n t-ju ppeowd, a ee lot
Medtciee Chests, wsitabi r Faottlse ee Ptaabstloos
A Iwo, t due. Fhyaivua' Saddla s3a , assertcu stv w.
FinAvr.Ls n crnops ad the
A AJatai; Or, A Tsar im I solas a, KJonj,s, Irakis,
WaLaa, Faaace. bsvaica, liuu-aao, Uetutarv, Acaraia,
Ivai.T, Oaaxva, Trassv, 'rata, Paimsa aad FaTrv, ky
Saaaal Irwaews Pnote, with tsf raving, la twe vwraese ,
Ss4 rweeived aad t asvie by
y!9 a t CUA&XKS W. fV!TB.
The very great demand lor Mr. Erraoss Braxilian
Pebble Spectacles has induced him to prolong his stay to
this City until Saturday, Septemlier li-t. Those in want of
these celebrated Glasses should call without delay.
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE CITY 1
E. cTlicNAIRY & CO.
No. 55 COLLEGE STREET,
HAVE just received per Express and are now opening
their Fall Importations of the most beautiful assort
ment of Goods ever brought to this market, consisting in
Lace Good and Embroideries,
Such as Vallencienne Lace Cape., Collarettes and Sleeves;
Val. Lace Edgings, Collars and Sleeves, separate and in
setts Ladies Embroidered Bobes; Infant.' embroidered
Robes, colored and bordered; Eribroidered Handkerchiefs,
Ac. Ac Ac.
SILK. GOODS I
Elegant Flounced Robes; Moire Antique, In all colors;
Glace and various styles of Plaids and Stripes.
Shawl and Scarfs.
A beautiful lot of Cashmere Scarfs, and Stella Bordered
Ail thee goods are exceedingly handsome and in the
newest styles, being among the earliest purchases in the
Eastern Markets. Cull early, before they are all gone.
Wheat, Wheat !
"1 XT E have on hand and are daily receiving extra heavy
V V 4 4 and 7-8 Oznabures hnd Sheetings suitable for
M'heat and Corn Sacks which we will sell low fo' Ca. H.
410KGAN ft CO ,
au20--tf No. 19 Public Square.
HATS, CAPS AND FUR GOODS!!
Pollard, Pralhcr & Smith,
455 main Street, Louisville, Ky.
WE have made large addi'Ions to our manurirturing de
parting ts, by which we c;m supidv our friends with a
better article of goods in ourpJ lice than ever before, of
our own manutacture, and (jtf much superior in style
and quality to goods bought 9 of jobbers in the K as tern
Our FALL STYLE DRFSS HAT will be far superior to,
and of a more elegant style than any other sold.
Our stock of SOiTT HAT3. em' racm? everv color, oualitv.
y ?edud prices!arSe' b S'li "
ucmn n.ivc tt'nnr -,t
UATS We have the
larzest stock to be found io
any house in the
We are determine d to sell our goods to cash customers and
prompt-time men cheaper U.an they can b had of any
other hou.-e, and by an examination of our slock all ill be
Our stock of goods for the Fall trade has been gotten up
unaer me supervision oi me most experienced and prac- r
tised manufacturers in the coun-.ry. We obligate ourselv a I
to tell every article in our line at Astern prices, and uar- ,
anlee the quality and style to bi; better. aug'202w
PARTNER WAKTID '
IXTITII a cash etpit il ol from WM to lorf n a lucra-
V V tive, guteel business, whose time would be required (
only from 9 A M. too P M. T a gentleman of good ad
dress a handsome income may be realised. Good security '
given for amount invested. 11 preferred liberal salary
will be guaranteed. . j
Address, staging where an interview may be had, to ,
SOUTHERNER, PostOftW. '
N. B. Persons not having the above amount of Cash
need not apply. aug!7 tf i
TENNESSEE AXO ALABAMA RAILROAD.
0PEH TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
ON and aft-r Thursdny, August 23J, trains will run be
tween Natbvillu and 1 hompsou' Station, aa fjllows :
I.eives Nashville at 6.30 A. M.; arrives at Thompson's at
8 A. M.
RETURNING Leaves Thompson's at 8 43 A. 31.; arrives
at Nashville at 10.80 A. M.
Leaves Nashville at 51.15 P. Sf., arrives at Thompson's it '
RETURNING Leaves Thompson's at 5.15 P. M.; arrive
at Na-hvillH at 6 45 P. M.
OnSundiyth Morning Train only !!! be run, leaving
Nashviile at 7 A. M., and i'homjson' at S 45 A. M.
Pif At Thumps. n's the Stages of Carter, Thomas and
IIou:ri connect wiih the trains.
Tiirooth Tickets tor MEMPHIS, WAYNF.SBORO, JACK
SON, TUSCUMBIA, FLOKKNCa, PULASKI and COLUM
Bl A, can Le procured at the General Stage Office, under the .'
Verand i.1 Hotel. A. ANUEKSON,
auj,-22 R. Eng. and Supt.
v a. it. iti:i:t ii
fT AVE removed their ftwk cf Goods to No,
1 1 street, where they will be t lad to see their friend
We will be receiving our Kail Suk in a lew
TWENTY TTIOUdAND extra Regalia Segara, wen assort
ed, received this day by
aug21 WKPSEL ft THOMP.-ON.
MISS JOSF.rniNE LANE, at No. 6S Cedar street, will
oien the? next sf"ion of ht r School for (iirls anil lit tit
Boys, the 1st MONDAY In September. She hopes the satis
faction viven will inmre her an increased patronage.
THE firm ofJIAMILTON ft FULLER h-i thisday been ,
dissolved b mutual consent. E. Fuller will continue
the business at the old sUiid, an I '( all bulnesi of the
late firm. JAMES W. HAMILTON,
aug9 EBKN FULLER. ,
IN retiring fiom the Root and Phoe Manufactory, In which
I have been enraged for teveral years, I return m sin
cere thanks to the public for their support, and recommend
to my friends and the public Mr. Ebeu Fuller as every wsy .
qualified to give satisfaction, and 'oespeak for him their tup
port. JAMES W. HAMILTON.
LL those Indt bted to the lat firm of Hamilton ft Fuller
come foi ward ans settle with me vrithnut (ielav.
FBEN FULLER. 1
tTr" N. B. I have on hand n Urge stock of Boots. Shoe?
and Brocans, that I am willing (9 sell as cheap as csn no
be bought in town. All those in want of a superior articb
will find it to ibcir interest to give me a call.
mgio r.l K.N (Ll.l t.n
NASHVILLE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
f'o. 14 Vine Street, Nashville, Tenn.
CHARLES HIS3 AND HENRY WEBER.
DEPA KTM ENT. The System is Instruction adopted for ,
this Acid-my is U.e same as th:t pursue I Iu the Royal
Aa lemy In Paris, and con. prises five Departments, via:
Primary Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Seuior; to
riich i. added a Recspitulstion Department, designed for
those t b i intend to adi-t Music aa a proltseioa.
TERMS PER SESSION.
Pbimsbt Dkr.aTviNT (23 00
Five lessons a week, one uany, b.turdaf excepUsd.
Faonuss DartaTMsxr S3 l
Fuur lessens a week, M r. lay, Tuesday, iburaday
Soraovoaa Daraarxuv 30 Ot
Tin ee lessons one k, Monday, WedtieLiy and
Friday, the succeeding week Tuesday and Thursday. J
JOMOB DhP.KTMRKr S 00
Lcsoussaina In number and in davs as in the
SiKioa PKrKTarr 40 00 f
V.nliH.iTii vmk Hli.n,lA An.l Thurfl:iV-
Ercirrri'LlTns DaPiarwrNT 0 Ot'J
lon daily, Saturday excepted I
la all of the foregoing Departments, the Piano and l
Guitar are tbe only Instruments taught. Q
Instruction on the Harp, 1 lessons a seek, per session 113 00 ,
in Vocalisation, ii l
Itadaa Ityle, U 0" j
" .. to claiars ol rrnilemen oo tbe Violin, Flute,
Clsrli.net, ao., two evealogs a week, '5 60,,
tfF" All tuition fees doe on the entrance cf the pnpll. t.
(ne lesson a week in Sacred Mu-ic riven to all ciipilt freed
f chiree. ' -1
No chartv will be made for the 0e of Instruments. Wesie.
nd Mn-fe Books ftirrtshrd rratis e the pur-ils. who will be I
permntel to retai iLvm aa their ovi property at the close i
of (he session. j
Tupli will be received at any time, and charged from the
periol they enter to the close of th session. The attend- j
anre of pupils will be repaired during the leston only. J
The AcaJemlc Year will be divided int.. two sessions; the '
one eommecicing on tbe td Monday In September, and cK.s- j
I ns on the last Frid.vy rn January, that other eommeoHng om J
the 1st Monday in February anJ ciottog on the Bret Friday j
I a June. j
f"-" fnpfls intnte.Uo their car shall receive etoee at i
l.i.iu.n. and if enwesrird sssidaltv (in lic dart of the in.
a tractors cn sva I, they shall not fall to attain the elevated
standard of proficiency to which they may esptre.
Application to be mad on or after the Istdav of Septera-
er, at tho Academy. aug.a -ant j
PSOnTEALE LTVEnTMENT. j
WANTED f4 ) to 1d,(vsi to Invest in a wholesale bo-j
slness, already established. 1
N. B. Any person having the almve sum to Invest, can j
make arranonents to give his personal a'te-nUun or Ur- I
wise. App4y by letter to B..S U, lost Offioe, NashrUla, '
stating when and where aa Interview Caa be bad. . i
wit. susmsv. aosr. m'cosviox. Csas. o. smbocst.
Excelsior Wharf Doat.
medley, r,rao?mHi & CO.
coamssioN and ravAsonra iierchants,
7X would rpwetni!ly kitorm Herchaau or fhTrpefs
I 1 tl4 we ate Bow Ueoeiving acd Forward irg trwt
Ire -a cmm a! Die Urgeat and tit Vt hut Boat eo Ue
term waters, being eatirely aw. J dly
WATTS, GIVEN 6l CO.,
Recfiviuj L Forwarding tit rcliants,
- PADICAH, KV.
HAYI a Urge ecv asd suWtai tisJ Wharf Beat, aU
Uewds eatrasied to esse care aha.ll be hirwanted wit
prossptaws) and sVspa'eh. J- dly
WHIC II :
THE RIGHT OR THE LEFT 7 .
TOON, NELSON CO. have just received several new works.
One of the nun:ber
"The New Novel upon Fashionable Religion." .
"Its portraits are life-like, its sketchings graphic, its pic
tures powerful, and aim noble." "Kir wan," Jiev. A'cAo
iw Murray, D. D. Jjl
All About the War ! ay
The Story of the Campaign!
A Complete Narrative of the War In Russia, written in
a Tent in the Crimea, by Maj. E. Brace Hamley, author
of "Lady Lee's Widowhood."
This work is recommended ti the resder's attention by
by the following considerations: "1. The author is an ac
comp ished officer of the British array. 2. He is now en
gaged in the war, and has be ;n from the first. 8. He has
already established a brilliant reputation as an author. 4.
This Narrative of the War was written on the spot. 5. It
contains a complete account of the war trom the beginning.
6. Ic enlightens tbe reader on many points which other ac
counts have left obscure."
tThe above, with many oher new hook, can be had
of TOON, NELSON ft CO.,
jyl 44 Union street
NEW P UBLI C ATIONS
Valuable Theological Works.
W. T. BKRRY ft CO. have recently received
1 The Life and Fpistles or ?t. Paul, by the Rev. W. J.
Conybeare and Rev. J. S. Ilowjon. 2 vols.
2 Uippolytus and His Age: or the Beginnings and Pros
pects of Christianity, by the Chevalier Bunsen. S vols.
8 Davidson's Introduction to the New Testament. 8 vols.
4 Jeremy Taylor's Whole Works, with his Life and a Cri'. ical
Examination of his Writings, by Bishop Heber. ll vols.
5 Barrett's Synopsis of Criticisms on Difficult and Disputed
Passages of the Old Testament. 5 vols.
8 Rev. Thomas Boston's Complete Works, with his Life, ftc.
edited by McMillan. 13 vols, (scarce.)
T Morning Fxercies at Cripplegate, St. Giles and Sooth-
wark, forming a Complete Body of Divinity, by ail the
distinguished Puritan Divines, edited by Nichols. 6 vols.
8 Richard Baxter's Works, with Life, aud Essay on his
Genius and Wr tings, by Henry Rogers. 4 vols.
9 Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Dr. Chalmers, by
his son-iu-law. Dr. Uanaa. 4 vols., half calf.
10 ChillingwortU's Religion of Protestants : A Safe Way to
Salvation. 1 vol.
11 History of Latin Christianity, including that of tha
Popes to the Pontificate of Nicolas V, by Miluian.
12 Lawson's Bible Cyricpasdia, containing the Biography,
Geography and Natural History of the Holy Scriptures.
13 Geneste's Parallel Histories of Jndah and Israel. 3 vols.
14 Bishop Home's complete Works. 1 vols.
15 Ecclesiastical Greek Historians; embracing Eusebius'
Coiistantir:eand Ecclesiastic il History, Socrates' Histo
ry, Sosomen's Sarrative, Thcodoret's Eccleriastical Uis
tory, and Evagiiua History. 8 Vols.
1G HarUnick's ni story of the Articles of Religion. 1 vol.
17 Infidelity; iu Aspects, Causes and Agencies, by Rev.
The mas Pea-son. 1 vol.
IS Arclibbbop Potter's Di.-course on Church Government
19 The Venerable Bede's Complete Works, in the original
Latin, accompanied by a New English Translation of
the Hijtorical Works. 12 vo's., calf.
20 Robert Sjuth's Sermons, Preached upon several occa
sions. 5 vols., calf.
21 Robert Hall's Complete Works. 6 vol.
22 Writings of Armlnius, translated from the Lalin. 8 vols.
28 Works of Bi'hop Sage, 8 vols.
24 Wall's History of Infant Baptis it. 4 vols.
25 (iiesler's Compendium of Ecclesiaitiral History. 8 vo's.
26 Stephen:.' History ol the Church of rroiland. 4 vols.
27 Doddridge's Family Expositor. 6 vols.
23 Blair's dcrmon, with his Life, ftc. 4 vols.
29 Robinson's Scripture Charac'rrs. 4 vol".
80 Ea lie's Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians.
81 Nuander's Chi;ch History. 5 vols,
82 M-i-in'-" Ppiritu.il Tr-asury. 1 vol.
83 MassilliTi's Sermons, with hit Life, te. 1 vol.
84 Greek Harmony of the Gospel, y Strnu L 1 vol.
83 Life and Works of Tliomaa Arnold, D. D. 2 vols , half
86 I'almot'i Dicuon:iry . f the Holy Bible. 1 vol.
AltltOTTVi .'V APOLI OV.
W. T. BERRY ft CO. have just received
THE HISTORY CF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, by John
8. C. Abbott, wiih maps and illnstr. tions. S vols.
I.B CURE MANQt'F, or Social and Religions Customs In
France, by Eug-ne de Ci.urclllnn. Je2S
sm:i:i.'s ui poitrv
REPORTS OF THE CASES ARGUED AND DETKRMtf.
ED IN TliE SUPREME COURT OF TENNESSEE, by Jobs
L. T. SsiiD. YoL 1 now rcaily and for sale by
mv56 W. T. BERRY ft CO.
TO THE PUBLIC.
From the Rev. Dr. J.T. Edgar.
Nasi iv ills. An gust 4, 1353.
Ma. Pswm -Hs-Der S;r : Having use ! for some time past,
a piir of u-nely Invented Braidian l'rhhle Secta.lrs,
1 feel no hesitation in testifying to their supeikinty over
any glasses heretofore known Wj ine . In addition to their
unni-ialled purity of surface they Impart from their peculiar
mechanism a v;miil ease and comfort to the eye, preserv
ing it alike trom sene o pain or uneasiness to ti ic rye,
how. ver long at any one time they may be used.
Very retpecifull.v, your friend, J.T. EDGAR.
frorr. Wm It. Hagans, E.,
NiSHviLta, August H, 1S.'3.
Ma. Pkmm'-'.i APer hvlng n-d a pair of your "Brail
lian I'ehli e Spectacle.," I hve no hedtanc In stating and
take pleasure in so duiog, that they are superior to any I
have ever used. Respccttfuliy. ac.,
From B. D. Harris, Esq ,
I ar'ee with V. H. Uavans E., In thojabove certificate
and la.e pleasure n rere.iumdiuiiiig all persons who are in
want of superior pertarle to puirliase of Mr. Serunwn'a a
1 eousidi:r them sujenor to any 1 have ever u-ed.
B. 1). HARRIS.
From A. W. Hunt, M. D.
Vii5, August 8,
"The Innper I ose vour gla"ses the mote fully ami ca
Vinerd of Ibcir suerierity over all others I have ever ased.'
From Rev. J ho W. Oden.
W n it a Uam, Asjru'l 8, ls3.
Mr. J. H. PrvMo-m. De.r Sir. 1 hae uvd a pair of
yi ur mipviven rpetaniea, Kir ao at two weeks, and Ond
them Qienor to any I have ever tried, and I have rrcvn
mended .-.teral of my frien it to call and try them, aul th "y
are nmci pleated wiUi t'lein. lueverl.lt t.rwd wLhe read
hig or wiiti.ig with llieiu lur hours log-:l.er.
Youra very, smeerely, JOUN W. f GDEN.
f f Mr. ,Hi'mruo: sniay b. cn.nlted at his oQV over
W. T Berry's Book Siore, on the iusrs. au 18 tf
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
To thoso who pay uxea ta pay interest oa th
Eoads of BaTiisou a.td Sumner Countloa.
TjniNTED rtceipu will be furn;he I t ColiecUrs, show.
on ibeir lace that each holder of rtcvinta to the
am- not of 41'Hl wiU be antiUed to one share of stock in tha
Louiivl'le and Nashvi Iv Bailroa l Co. No receipt will be
accepted as eviden ce of such payment to entitle las huhler
lo.tuck except iImmv which an Iu the printed firm prrsertb
d by the Company and furni-h.J lo iha (-oUittur. Thu.0
receipts are tranMerablc y an endorsement of the name in
Lis o 'ii siirtiatare of the 1st pater.
augll-ln V JOHN L. HELM, Prrs'l L. N R. IL
TO THOSE INTERESTED.
rV avoid unpleasant 4 OVulties I win only pay sarh ae
J. counu in future as I contract my -If, or by my nnler.
aogll REU W. P0UTE A.
f I t.l.tt V C A.X III i:t-.) boxes J. Duvle ft Co's
J h ird fTrVri Primmer Tallow Candle, In tfere anl fc.r
,j t Jcil W. II. GOUDON ft CO.
.; . .
T-vfr: U Ff.Oll-S.VJ bags Fine Family Float
tliis dav recelvod.and T r saki Ww ra-h ior.N! eoa
,Fnment, by S. 11 LtiOMU ft CO,
a l4 iipnosit riantrr.' runs, nasnvuie, lena. j
PKR30NS deslroes of suiscribing for stock the- Moaat
Olivet Cemetery' can sow has aa wpportwiity of do
Ir.gso.byonlling Ltsunev ft Caicasrv, lr. J S.
Yotso, or A. Ni'S, at City JN", can give any lufrir
matwa desired. It le expected ihst the who wish losuk
scni will do so Immediately, as only a NtalK-d amoaat ef
tack is to he 4isosed of.
Latt1E supp'y of Itrs Powers and Threshers, Ga
dro F- Si-rew 1 lo 4 inches In diameter. Fire
ftriek, Pttrrfcursh C ke, Luruinolive acvews, IWncIt Scrrwa,
CUmps, Puss bole Aueit, Ae jast rorisrd and lor sate by
D. U. DH'RKY.
aprt) No. S Collrg, sunt, Nashville.
ici: cm: a ti.
1 7t h tbi dav warned our Ice Oea'a lAbien, aa
I v pre mis nothing uot th Mar article.
tl t il tan srrvrf.
THE EiaaT JCACHIN2 INVrSTXD AT LAST.
CAS be io si Armstrong ft Ce S, ea Market etrvei, the
snl STRAW acl HAY CUTTKli ever la tented. Ihrj
are t wroaaoed hy all wb have tried thvwt, as teenjwemg a
very s-iperwr advuilags ever anylli og of the kind last h
Tr bcu produced. Csd and exaaslM kn yoomeivwi ) w
waxral perfect sausCtcUia to the parrhaer ia ad caye.
apt tf ARM.TUONti ft CO, Agents.
inter Whhky ia store
I and k r sale by
W. U. OORUUM ft CO.
tiH tt UL'U IIAIH eaass ta, Bug as
cared haess. t ro.eivt.4 afid foe asJ ry
sprl . a LOOM 13 ft C.
HOLMES & STOiXEY,
Royre CoN Wharf,
CII AULESTOIV, S. C.
S T"ill attend tc the sa or COTTON, FLOUR,
6KAIN, Ac., or other Produre.
Agents Palmetto Line New York Packets.
WM. M, LAVVTCN & CO,,
o. 13 Southern nbarf,
Ctiarloston, S. O-,
FOR THE SACE OF
Western end Son them Produce.
WM. 51. LAWTON. i Jf)S. T
I R. W. BAt or, f
BOON LAWTON, Jr.
augT iri m
JNO. S, SUIELDS. g. t. SCTT.
SHIELDS & SUIT,
Shipping k Commission 31erchants,
FOSWAKDZZS AJTD FREIGHT AGISTS,
42 WALL STICELT.
rpilROUGH receipt, given f,.r Pork, Baron. Lard. Tobac
tiT. var'iolr ao',,X1h W Eastern Cit. by
tl 'raai.ortat.n rout. a.
tJT Pci.il a ;entum -v- . .,
nd to the purchase and arf p1"
, Mark packages - ear of S. A 3.. Loui.riil.-.
University of Nashville.
COLLEGIATE DF.PARl MtNT
WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE.
nUE Session of this CohVce,
.......cnwi.k re- eeiireiT on me ll'trl
imii January, co nt:nues
ithout inLer-yiition fi-nw. ih.
ginning to the c! -e on the l th June, l5ti. At P'evnt
tr.ere are seven Pro'essors in the CoU.'ire one other win he
added. The course of stu.lie., in every department is ms
thorough in U.xt hook, an.l te iching as that of any College
in our country. The discipline is strict, yet parental and
maintained by d;.y and night. Mental, M ,rml nd PhyHieal
Culture, Economy and Discipline are the especial ob ecu of
Ctiares for Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, S- rvants.
attendance, u-m c f Arms. Room. Furniture. T,.-1. r..
are received on Seeial rrnirments with the Uhs ncrllor or
Faculty, and charged 37 5u per term f .r Tuition, Fuel use
of Public Rooms anc Arms. V, partirnlars address
J. BERRIEN LINIV1.EY,
Char'-e W-r f the Universitv. or
B. K Ji.HNfON,
Ji Super ntendeut of the Institute.
w ...... ...... n
'ni neiigntrui fummer Ketre.t is now open for.
me rrc pnon or visitors. 1 lie ll ue has under
gone a tnorougn reapair, and tie most ample ar-j
rangements have been made fnr the acciinm.,.imtLn
of those who desire to avail themselves of a visit to this
well known watering place.
It will be the constant aim an I endeavor of the Proprietor
to please ail who vi-ot him, sr.d to preserve sod maintain
the high reputation universally accorded lo tliee Sprinrs,
by all their former patrons. Pleiliring himself to untiring
assiduity in the dirharir- of all the duties devolvm on
him as l'-opri. tor, he confidently hois to receive the liberal
patrot.Htre heretf-fjre extencted to him by his friends aDd
the public generally.
A full supply of Ice is on hand and rea Iv for the season.
jt21 ts. pi W M. KO H p KT.s, Proprietor.
lYOOLI WOOL!! WOOL!!!
CASH and the highest market price paid for good clean
washed Wool, by
i T. D. DICKET.
A NY quantity of Flour, go.l brands ami good caper
AA, agecau be sold delivered at mv ware hou-e. "
D. 1. I'ICKEY,
Land for Sale.
I OFFER tT sale (Tih.i SEVEN HUVDRED ACRMk
OF LAM) lying on the Columbia Central Tun rike .
lto ,even miles fn.tn Columbia an I four from Mt. Pleas
ant, being a p.irtnf the tract ou w icli I rri.le.
1 his Land is eipial if not superior to any in Maury cqnty
It is well watered; (the ci let, ated IVvers fprinir being on
the psrt ctfcrH for sale) weli tia ler-d and well improved.
There ar on the preinis-s some besuntul building sites
fronting the Turnpike and the contemplated Rail Road. It
will be divided to suit pur- h.isers or .id in a body.
For further information apply to meat Ashwood P. Office,
Maury county, Tennessee.
augii tf i inm J. POLK.
Naihvills Ucion and Louisville JonrnaJ lease copy.
J. B. KcGUIRE,
attoum;v at law,
UTILL give prompt attention to all Business entrusted tt
his care. He will do a general Colle ting Bu.-dness.
All demands put in his hands will meet with prompt atten
tion. REFERENCES Cut- A. T. M.-IsTvsa.Thoroasville, Ga.,
J. J. Au.N, Macon, Ga. marj-em
A. p. ciuttGirros. t. . sLiXASoaa.
A. U. C'lt FHillTOt at CO.,
r aorai rr ks or vh
Verandah Livery Stables,
YTOCLD Infum the puhlio tat they have ta- jS
v ken the Livery Stable on Cherry street. im-rTjljl
mediately In the rrarnf the Verandah Hotel, and M ?1
will keepon hand Huggies and Horses, subject to the wants ef
the community at larye. We are determined to have Huriea
and Duties of the best nunlity, and h,ng satisfied that ail
in De pie ! J-J, we aH a nhare of public natrunaire.
H irses rxjarde.1 oa the usual terms.
."VOTIC I .
LTONf CO. respectfully Inform ther patrons, and the
put lie In geaernl, that they have just received a very
large and wed a. s-'rted suck of tine and choice imported
( igr, Tolmrro and Liquors.
Among the Snokmg ToNam-o will be found the celebrated
Pocahoutas and Cana-ter brands. W have alt a fresh
supply of our well known
Ciolera aai Diarrhea Medicated Brandy,
Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps.
which, with the larne stock of other go.als always on hand,
will give to our customers better inducements to make their
purchases of us, our motto bedug, 'Vaiid Pr.ifl's and (juirk
Ni'es." LYONS ft CO.,
Jj 13 19 Cedar street.
, riiOlMKITOX LAW.
Let them rave an I exclaim they will pasa it.
And declare we oo dnua si. all get aWr,
We give them, by way of reply,
A shout cf derision aud laughter:
For a I who taste Ly"H' S uiij t
So delicious and exiUi..tte And It,
That never could tyranny gain
The right to restrict or not sell II.
rPHF ,naity of these AROMATIC SCIIIEDAM
X S C H N A P P 8 Is so well known that they do not need
the puffi'ig that il appears others do. One trial is all that la
required t-i coavji.c a person of their superior quality.
So.J wholeule and rttaU by the sole pioprietora,
LYONS ft CO.,
jy)3 19 Cedar street.
TI, the undersigned, having examinel with attention
V tM fomlnvwun and operation of CHILE'S U RAIN
PFPARArOR, and witnessed with surprise and pleasure its
thorough acti n in cleansing the foulest Wheat of cheat,
cxkle, dirt and particularly r'arr. which Is removed from
the wheat without breaking the ball or soiling the grain, are
Impressed that this Machine ia most necessary for tha ase of
or Farmers aud M Hers le prepare the wheat in a uerchaat
aWe condition r the boo e and Arlgn asarkeu, and le
enable our lamer so eempvte wrth Ihuew of the nsl and
Eat ia raisin f and svlliDg grain.
We, tlie auIrrslgned. tbrrore feeling the important
ebtaimng an improved anx- .of wheat ia the ronliuJlM
descrtbnl, are pren.rrd to offer Hi per eetrt above the mar
ket prce fur ail t kcat rler-i thrnogh Child's Hrain Sepav
..torm. SKYMoUa, FANNING ft CO.
J JIINW'N, HoRNC ft CO.
W. H. Ut'KDON ft CO.
J. ft R. YEATMAN,
au.1 dl K- t'- HANDY.
CdUK' li ANDERSON.
J. a. MeALI.-'TKR ft CO.
JOHNSO ft WXAV1R.
C MsL.1. .kl4W. - Joss rrcwived par expreea, a supply f
' aoe Ovulars, every style aaJ sis,
aarl . J. IL MoGILL.
VT.risl Tll'.t. Reerlvcd Uiie day an aaeortueit II
ll rH'.k Meek Tie, plain, B'c aa I Fancy eolora. Also
choice tut el filk and Linen, and Cambric tie., for sale by
J. H Meat ILL,
La lies' and Gent emen's Furnish ng 8'ore,
So (I Corner ol Equate aad College sC
KA0AZISE3 70S AUGUST.
tUmruS, PUTNAM'S, GODSfS, PaTERJOS'S aa.
IWrt toys and Gtrie Uacaaia, have hea reeeived by
ugl TooM, .H kLSU.M ft CO.
LOIt It K.KT Three Roon oo Deaderirk street, ta
X alcuavocat ssnUiug, nuisAie a em.u nuniry.
IL A. BILLOW.
0ra-rl A.t. No. II Deadenrh si.
tlZTSa 5TSE2T BZL1XIS COX? AST.
BfX'KA will be --d at the ffloe f LI IDS LET A
CKOCaaTT. IU Osileg street, oa M SOaT, theSVt
Inst for the pe.rp.e of rwrvlving saberripuons ta the Cm,
ttal Stuck el the Mrms St-'cet ba-ide Cueapsvov, asd wJl ha
kepi opea froaa dty to day, cU4 Stock eamaasat la sasi
scribed lo organ :s the X pany, as provided ta the act Uv
Bvwsultr said C. BJpar y.
' Will BHELBT,
J.Ui B. McVkiLEUt, , Cctnmissio't
LAID hbta ard wasted immoliAlefy, tor whieA Ik
h: aaarael prVr U Cash wtli be paid.
iar.4 dtf J. WYLK ft CO.
5. S Boath Frsol H astTUrt Te,aa
uiiigveacn ua.iei lo supply me nec.sarv Manket.) flnO per
term of lit) weeks. Surgeon's f ee and .Meiiicines 5 per
term. Engineerin?. Modern Lanvuages, Book-Keeping and
Fencing, each :i per term. Students Ko.rdir with h-i-nri.