TOE. XXIV. ,
JTA5HTILLE, 'TENN : SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1853.
.1 J i.
UNJQN AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE No. 9, DEADERICK STREET.
THE WEEKLY UNION Is f-irnishcd o suljStriicrs at
the following rates: Stngle copies, one year in advance.'
?2 SS; within the rear $3 00; at the end or Ihcyear'SJi 00.
Cuna Or five and upwards 52 00 per cop fssf "one
year. CHufs 6r subscribers will bo" received fur ax months"
at the fdregXng rafci.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published crcry Tuesday, Thtaday
andffliiriUr.'atSS per annum in advance; if not' paid in
Tlie DAILY is M&Jied at Eight Dollars.
I3TTI1EM0NEY IS ALL GASES TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions may be. made by mail sit our
risk. " " "
No paper will be sent out of tlie State unless tlie order is ac
companied with tbe caslu
' UNITED STATES HAIL LINE.
THROUGH IX FIFTY TO FlFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York ml Charleston Steam Tickets.
IEAVESAdger' Wliarves every Saturday .Vgr-,
afternoon and each alternate Wednesday. rrTff3
On Saturd.iv, Jns. Adgcr, 1,500 tons, rtSftepsZ;
J. Diekinson, Coaimander Marion, 1,200 tons, M. Berry
Commander. . ,
The Sonthorncr, W. Foster, Commander, will leave
each dlternfRe" Wednesday. Having; been newly coppered
and gnards rni-ed. is now in complete order.
Fr freight or pAsssse, having elegant State Room Acoom
modatioi, apply the office of ';Igsn00
CorncrEiist Bay and Adger's Son. WliarVDS.
Cabbin passage Steerage
N. B-A new ship will be placed on the Lino Jo connect
wilUthe Southerner on Wednesdays. fcbl"- tnv
At the Sign of the Spread Eagle,' College Street,
rpHKundtM-iedisiiow-prepared' to execute all zz5-$ "
1 kkidoMVroughtand Oast Iron Fencing.
Alo, evprv yaritv,6f Gules, Fancy Step, Balcony Sss
and Verandah Baiting. My woik will be executed svs well
ca any.oftlut bionp;htTrom the I j.siern Cities end at prices
, ui low as the some article can bo procured clsen here.
AlLtiuds e-f B!aksui'Kh Work at the fchorteft nfitice. Tbe
jiublic arc requeued to aivc me a call and examine my.patr
trn" and'lirices. I will endeavor to rive the utmost satis
faction. WILLIAM STFAVAllT.
CMleo Street, opposito the Firemen's Hall, Xaslnllle.
DR3. C. K. & J. D. nSSHSK.
OFFlilt tl.cir services to the citizens of Nashvil.e and vi
cinily in pruaticc of Mediciueand Sorgi'iy
t)2ire on Cbejry streat,neir the Bank of Iiaincssco.
Dr. J. DViniton's residence, the hou-e lately occupied
by Jlr: Armstead, on Vine street, between Church and
JUSTIIECKIVEI). A few of tho fine HkicV Satin
Apron Stocks. Applv Sf.n. . T. J. HOUGH'
feb U ' Aficiit
ESCHAK0E & BA2KIKG OFFICE OF D. PEABL fz. CO
TOKTil-'EST comer of the I'ublic Sipiaiv, near 1'lant
W W Banl-, XahvilK Tenn.
j5J"AVe aiv drawing SMit Clieclcs on all ihc principal
ritios of tlie Eut. Smith ami West at tlie lowest rates, "in
Miih(i Miit purdiaM-rs." ' I
JT We buy all kinds of current and uncurfeat Bant
Notes at moderate' rates. - ' ' -V - - -
:3KT .We. buy Sontli Carolina, Georsa and North Carolina '
Itank .S'otwv a v"-'n' snlal' l!acouut. I
1-iT A will purchase New Orleans and Kcntudry mon
ies at n'fair pretsiuni. '
r4f We lvo O.ild and Silver for sa'e will attend to
ollfeM- rtaiiilmso'.iauy point requested at Basitrate J
eharpe but lt' pereeuL (niniuisMiins. j
iJf Wc'aie tal:m;r Bank of East Tennessee the samea
Other Tenne.-fe Biuk Note. JJanl?
BBABY, G0K1IA17 & CO.,
CottDa Factors and General Cosiiaisnor. Merchants,
NEW OltLEANS. 1
CvThey keep an Office hi Tuscur.ibia, Ala. 1
S. FBENCn, Agent, Nashville, is authorized to ;
aK CASH advances upon shipments of I'roduce to tb
ore firm. ,
: " TENifES?EEllODSE"KJ GE0ESIA.
V.-. Fi DAUXUi ' - SKIIIMOUE nVKUIS.
irAuitis & co.
I'or.i'ariliiii :md Commission rfrerchant-,
Fnrtmnl with care and di-paIi to and firnn IIhs Eastern
citicsw to nar point deurcl, UOODS, I'KODUCE AND
ilEKCHANDlSL, of all de-vi-:ptio:is and sell on conuiiis
.win, I'lSODLTE AN!) MEBCHANDISE. They aKo pnr
chae to order RKOCEKIES, which can le bonght on
mo-t lirorabe tenius 1n tlie Savannah miirket They solicit
your patronage, and ple.lf tlieir uunost exertions to give
MAGNOLIA COTTON. We are asent for the .
.sale of the celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTON cEED, j
an article which several years experience with .aie of orj .
bei planters has prevea'to be better adapted lo Middle Ton- ;
res oe tlian am that wa ever grown. Call sonu or thev will .
AllU-g-uie. " JOHNSON A SMITH,
janr.' B.ojdway. ,
J. T. J.ATHUFJn'
tiooFEi: .t; H. i ax r. i ctvueu
Of Warren' Fir' aid HV.r I'rorf Cimjmiron. '
I DEEM it tumeccwary f-r mo to say anvthiHgin favurof
tlu mode of Rootiiig ; the constant increase of its popu
larity fertile la t seven years that it has been tested in near- ,
ly all part of tlie Union, is the bust evidence of its utility
tithl value. Tbc ronr shows for ittelf
5f"0tfice'on Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st.,
in Muore'hlgek. fr'ui ly
IL'.RTFOBD LHT. INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
, IrOliD, CONNECTICUT. . ......
Javes Dixon, Pres. Hcrar I. Muxes, Secy. ,
Capital ani Surplus $303,000. .
Ivstoante on lives of white jursons on the joint moc
ntiil mutual plm. 1
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable '
terras. S. II. LO0MIS,
jia 15 45m Agent. ,
TE3lbVAl,.lR. It. V.'. HALL has removed", to the '
I L oSiceaud residcoco on Cherrr street, opposite Judge
itron uear t'orueliiu A McCombs' Cabinet Wareit)oms.
LOOS TO 70UE IKIEEE3T ! 1
rTHKib3eribers have associate J themelve.4 toother for
JL the purpo- of carr ing on a general agency business
in buying and ellii. negiuo.
We can at all time? be found at our oTice, No. C", Cedar
street, between Cli-m- am! Summer, wheie we have errct- '
nl safe and caaifortablc quarters for keepingany number nl
negroes and thM wishing to sell may be assmed of getting
the highest market price, an we will cither buy on our own ,
nccimnt or seH on commission for others. We pledge our
selretn obev iiKtiue: .on, and especially promise to be par-
ticular in electiiig gmd homes (or favorite servants, with
out separating families. IWBBd A PORTER.
Rr.ts W. Pokti ft, (idescouniy.
Jos. W. D.vaas. Na-Civille. " janSfi
AXDREU" J. DUXCAX,
HAS now in .re a full s'ock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMEU1CAN
adapted to the present and approaching season, and to whicli
hewdl continue to recivc additions by every steamer -cons-sling
ltkck.and colored Silks;
Fancy Dres lo;
Embf'd anJ lain Siriss;
Muliiis and lu-. n.s.
Embroideries and l.aee;
Linen and Silk II iftf-;
Maiinand S.Ik Vesting5;
ttlaric Dress Good';
Frencli Pnnted Liwns;
Silk and r-alm Ribbons;
Cloths and Cas.,imercs,
ings, Caniurirs-tjillvaiid Linen Threads Spool Cottons, jtc
v A L S U
New '1c Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, -nnet Triimmiigs, Ac.
Ilats, Ca, Ikiois, Shi , and a general stock -(.r Goods
whicli he it. iuied io offer at the lowest priros ttjKMi libe
ral terms auu -js'ciful!y invites tho attention of merchants
sndthe trade g ru rally.
A.J. I), is nsfiit for Knvcr.il largo fnclorips,
and Will soon bo largely supplied with their
iinih. Nasiirille, Feb. 25. lsi;.
"V T OTICE. In oeiisp-.ipucool the Fire on Kiidsi muin
ing, weare co:n'lled to biisfvnd business tor some
time, but will oomnitiBae, ogam r-s soon as w o ran procinv a
iutablo huusc, if which lue notice will be giicn. In the
meantime we h.ipeourfriends whoarr judcbtcl tons, and to
F.win. Brown A XVx, will comb forward and settle up . ii'.iout
delay, tiiat wp may mc-t our own eugagemmts pion.p-lv.
W can he fimnd at No. 1 s, oa the fqitlie .'ohu Nicliols
We WO-..1J also take thisoccaion to riprc3 oirgnVi ful
thanks to those who have kindly.favore.1 us nndcmrpiwle
eessers with their pumnag?; to the Fire Companies and
citiMOS, to whose ex. ui,.ns we are maiidv iiuicbtl for
w1t5for goods wen- sav.sl, and to tliase ki'ud friends who
sympaiWse'Witli us in onrhiss.
feb3 TWIN BROTHERS.
PATENT CHOPPING MILL,
Far Clioppiui: Com or oilier tlrala,
Ait arhete .ri h ert lbr.,w . M
rP will yriml, Willi one or two Iterse power, from f.ny tn
five busbek an liour cither line tor breal or coarse f..r
Mk and is so simple In its construction, that any 1hv
lnclve years old can keepit iunnler andnmit Itismlaj".
ted to either Stcftni, Water or Horse Power.
Havingsohl tlie entire rfght of manufacturing and selling
the uboie Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. B. Cowan anil A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
tind them at J. M. Seuburv's, cn ColLf - street, wliere ther
will be liapiiy to take orders. BOSS A iDAMS.
a" OLIIEN SYIIIJP.
10 qr. bbls Golden Syrup.
1'iht. Sugar Uoiisc Molasses, .
18 bbls Loaf Sugar,
5 " CVJ. do,
,Tnt rerairej IronTVt. L iuis, and fur sale br 1
THE UNITED riEEMEH'S INSURANCE COUP ANT 02
CAPITAL 100, OOO DOLLABS.'t
Chartered Jjy the State.
THIS, Company having folly organized,! . '
now ready to take risks on all descrip fKrgEjr
tioas of property, against loss or damages by-jjN
flic, alsoagwriat peril.! of tbc eca or inland nav-51EEZEL
ijjatiou. -I'mjioiitions for insurance will bo receii ed at the
oilice oi the Nashville Iusurarce and Trust Co., College St,
A. W. JOHNSON, President.
J. S. Das 31 ell, Scc'y. Nashville, Oct. 8, 1352.
C0IIKE2CIAL KISTTKAirCE COMPANY.
cnAEiEsrox", sorra aitouvi.
: Capital $250,000: All Paid In.
IH.WE been appoinled Agent of the above Company at ,
Nachvillc, aild ani full v prepared to take JIariiie, Kire,
Itiver Ilis!, on the most favorable terms. -A
full statement Of the soheticy of the Company can, be
seen affheoEce cf the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com-
JOHN S,DASUIeLu Age.t.
TEE HUTUAL FH0TECTI0H nrSBEAIiCE C03IPA1TY';
OF ITASHYIXLE, TENNESSEE. ' '
OFFICE on Cedar Slrect,Tidioinitisthe I'dst Ofiice, atrd
c:p!c, llouses iiiciciionq acaiiis i,9S3i)ruaniasco'
rim: Sfejinboats on auv or the V.cstem. wafers aaaiust the
Hazards of 'Ihladyarirtkm .-in'd'the'Cr.rgrw "of 'eR?clsf.f' f
every descript'on against the I'crils of the Scasnnd Rivers.'
Also, tlie Lives cf nersons ia irwid health, for a s incle year. .!
"for a term of veors, or duriug life.- AJso,-,Baak Notes ti-ans-i
nuiiea pcrma;i. . s .
wVll persons liavms mcir live. or propeny lasurca in, mis.
its, without ahv liability to losiTieyond (he amount of IV.-
niiuuis 'which tliey mjy par. .
M. S. "PILCIIEn,Tiident.
.-. .1. B. JOHNSUN.YIcalVcshlcnt. '
ILJZt'L . 1jL":1
TTO!n'l!-MABIv-2 Aim 7IEE IliSlTIlAIICE COM-,:.
SI-TICK on the-North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nasliville' Inn and the Planters' Bank.
v willinakeinsuranccon Houses and Goods of etcry de-sa-iptjou
against nre; ia Ptc.iuibo.its and Cargo aigaitist firo
and Site risS'oftriJ.riveV'I'o1!! the Cargo ofXeel LWs'aud
other river rraifcCaud on sea vessels und other cargoes, oa
the usual terms. ' JOHN M. HILL, President.
- Jti'Ern V.rLX, 'Secrcfarr.
I ) i EEnons. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fog, James Coney, Jno. JL'TtassJukeph Woods Sam
uel Seay, Mntthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavcck.
janl ' '
THE STATE MUTTJAL TTSE INSOilAHCE CO. 'OF PA.
A. J. ciLUTT. see'v. J- KiTtiERroun, i-res. t
Capital 0250,000 !
rff,-on C-larstr.U,ortr (!n Mutwd Protection Ins G.)
V"i TILL take fire risks in limite4 amounts on city or
V -oi-antry-property. Policies' Hsucil and Ijsscs ad
justcd and met at the oilice iu Nashville.
' BurntENCEs li. J. Levy, 1
II. Comcgevs, Cashier of rhiL Bank, (
W.LStailcr, Girard" ! Hiiladil.
W. Dcnnic A Sons J
Kev. Alexander Campbell, Bethany, Ya.
Patrick A Biand, Bankers Pittsburg.
AV. H. Burrongh, lrviiig House, New Yi.rU:
G. W. Copelen, Cincinnati,
JOHN G. FERGUSON
NVuville, February 2, 1S."J Gui
KASITViXLE STEAM KASBLE W0EKS.
JAJIES SLOAN, Proprietor.
kaceet ST., orrosirh jonxsox A nonxe's ion tcco WAnEirocss,.
iftfrW W'areruomsat the old utaml Corner if Summer and
HAVING made extensive eailargements in my Marbia
Works my facilities are such that I can execute all
kind-, of work in ihe mo"t tasicful manner and the latest .-ty!e,
as cheap as it can be dors in any of the Eastern Cities. -By
calling at my Ware-rooms n "the comer of Spring and
Summer iticets specimens may be seen wiiich will enable
persons tojuJge for themselves which is the be-t method.
Uaviiig on hand all hinds of Marble from Eeat Tennessee.
Also, a fii.e assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low io tlie trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in tlie ro'igh state.
A large assortment ot Moi:mexts, Tones Biptisjial
Touxts, JJass, Vases, Gakden FicriiES, Giuvi: Stoxes, Ac.,
csrveiland lenered toorder. FciyjiTtuE Marble executed
to order und sent to any partof theSouth-West as cheap us
it can bepi-oeme-Ifiiim'the Ea.t. Also. Macule Mixills,
of ciery dc ci 'pt cn, j.lain or caned. Biildixg Stone, sold
Who!ea'e and iUM.ul.
All orders, left at im Ware-Rooms on the comer r.r Spring
and Summer streets wll meet with prompt attention. My
friend- generally' will find ft to their inleiest to call and ex
amine my stotksbefoiwfWKvhasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old fiieuds and aMn for their liberal patronnge, I
hope by strict atteif?otobnc5S to merit a continuance
of Ihe'r f iv;r. J.V51IJ5 SLOAN,
Corner oi Spring as I Sammer bticets, Nashville,
TBuNKS, VALISES, and CAP.PET BAGS.
Vrii have just received a large and line as- S'JS'TTi)
sortmcnt of Trunks Carpet Bags and J.rrrU'.
Vali-es, cousisling of Sole, B..g and Kip 5iixjj
l.eatlir T ravel ingTrunks and A'alisc", also of Saxony, Bros
tells, Wilton and common Caipct Dags, whicli we willbcllat
lo-.v pricos. B.S. 110LL1NS A CO,
jaulO Corner of College and Union sis., Nashville.
Q A itEVi'Alt li. I will pay thcibove reward
UVJV to anv rs!in or perms, as a premium
ab.no the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants
"of the ilenomijalioLsof H!', so aud io acres. I will pur
chase single wairauts ol either denomination.
R. II. BROCKWAY
Roni over Oak Hall, cast side Public Sparc, 2d door
soiiim.l Cit l.itel.ha-hvillc. octl-i m27.
' FTrainTur.E, carpeting, oil cloth,
rTHE tub-criber has just iclurncd from the jrStJ
I East, and is constanllr reeeiving all kinds or
rrnviTimi.' fiKTivu .i fir. ctivl- nt 3??ra I
presjut coii.-ist.s of almost evoiy article . his line of busi
ness and as extensile as any in the city. Purchasers ould
do well to call, as he is dc.crmined to sell low (or cash or on
timcfor,ipprovcJplier. A. PATTERSON,
marehlo College near Church street.
rnllE thm-ourli bred Jack. MABING0 MAM.
ngiu r-T.. ...
J. MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
Lis first snnsnn in Tpmiessee at Canev Snriniu
Marsliall county, live miles below the listiuig lord in duck
River, at thirly-tive dollars insurance and ilfiy cents gMom '
fee. Jeoinet.s "sent from a distance will bo pastured gratis,
and grain led, if repaired, at hflv cents ptr week. Ee is
full hlteen hands two and a half inches high, good ho.ic-t
measure, uiiiisually large bone, and heavy; black, with '
mealy Lose. He lias the fiirnit size, color and blood to re-
coi.imead him highly to those w ho wish to improve their
stock. Vi'e conskier'Tiim the master Jack of fenncsse;.
For lurliier particulars see hand bills,
march 11 -3m KNIGHT A WILSON.
II. C. CABCTII. WM. TEIiCT. J. C. DEW
CABIITII, TEIillY & DEW.
DEALEBS IN HARDWARE A?ID CB7LEEY. I
154, ifjrlel Sl.and 2, ilerchvit M., 1'h .ladelphia
aprilj ly. ;
JDK. J. AV. GRAY.
0fF.es in McConhs Hew Bnilding-. on Cherry Street, I
lietiNen Deadcnck arid Union. ,
decl4 lni Residexck Sewanee.
JU.ll.r.., nmuiiiUj vj.i -ii, u ,
UST received Plattorm Scales to weigh
SCALES, WEIGHTS, CASTINGS, AC, &C.
do do do
do do do
do do do
Counter Scales. Tea Scale.
Extra sets of Weights; too lb weights,
CaldiO!i,7',50 and 32 Gallons,
t-iugar Kettles of all size'.
English Pots from 1 to 18 Gallons.
Tea Kettles of all sizes.
Do, for Stoves. (
Copper Toasters, with wire cylinders.
Enameled Sancc Pans orall sizes and best quality. i
Turned Sauce Pans and Frving Pans, cf all sizes.
npjiK SN'OW, MACKENZIE A CO. ,
JUST received a Tew patterns or elegant PAmxin Grates,
for ii hich on account of their beauty and superior man- j
ufactiire, have received prizes at the Northern Exhibitions. ,
These are the handsomest Grates that have ever been
offered for sale in Nashville
jqiril? SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
HTERS & McGILL.
DEALEE3 IX E'ERT i-ESCnirTIO.S- OP
LaJies' and Gentlemen's Fninishing and Fancy Goods, !
(hi (SiR-vjv strert, ne dour South if the Square. I
"t rll E It E may be found at all tlmesa large assort- j
V men: of Winchesters, Davis A June's, A Mi era '
Pat.nt Sliouhler Scam Shirts, of Linen, Jlusiin witli'Lin- j
en Bosoms, Gingham, aud French Chintz, Standing tad
ByriHi Collars, Undirwear, Jlcriuo, Shaked Silk, C-sh- .
n:"t -e, Yigonia Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
nu.l gentlemen, Gent3 Cloth Gattcr-S Glo.es, Kid and i
Silk, Buck. (Jashmerc, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,- i
Coif (;eve, and ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, I.incn ,
and Silk Hundkerch-efs, Stocks, Tics, Wateifuds,' Albert,
Ih Jiiiivillixs, plauiEmb'd.aiid .self-adjiis.ing. Cravats- i
Sc :t, Bl.n-k and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Biaces, ijus- ,
lH-iiili-rs. Mik, y oo;caa.ui niioii .:giui ..ps, uu ftiLs: jiaiii-
ing Cain Sir 1'ailirs and Gcntlcme-i. Jlonsy, Riding and
iju-cngirifnirg Belts. Kobe do Cha'.ubre, Umhi'cllas, Walk- i
ing Cm cs, Biding Whips, Tninks, Solo Leather, Valises, I
Carjicf Bags Satchels. Dressing Coses, Woik Box'js, Toi
less, tiM?.-a Glasses Poric Monies Fans, Writing Desks I
Cigir "t'asvs. Flasks Travelling Companions, Razois and
Razor S'rops, CotnL', Bnishe-, Good year's Cum Goods.
l'erfiiaicry. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a l.irpe a-sortuieat of other articles, usually kept by Fur- i
1 - W . hove made arrangements with onr friends at the I
theirloiei...- shall haiecoods here iu lessthan ten davs i
..v.. in o. torualtl us ijoous as soon ;is atenca ov mem. i
from the cw
MYERS A McGlLL'S. j
Store, College street, 1 door South of tho j
'ille. loctll i
t"l ST RECEIVED. T. J. Hough is now receiving
fl and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting ot
CjWaV. fliw, I est,. ;ri,, dc, in great variety and of
latcsts styles. Also, a superior lot of Read yMade Cloth
thing, and Gentlemens Funiisliing GoikIs to all of which
he taritci the attention of tus friv-u'ds and the public gener
t. o. Jioutm.
' JOHNSON fs SIHTH,
Dealen'in-Coftoii 'and Tobacco, Etoeivinjj and -aTor-
trardlnr; Merchants, Stearnbcat Agents, &s:,
apVilL--;; '-. BROAinVAY, NASHVILLE.
C. r. SMITH.
a. w. Jonxsos.
. STEATT0N, EHTTH k Co.,
"Wholesale Grocers and Comiaksion Merchants,
' Corner of Jlroad and'ifavitt Stri'ttf, -,'
NASIITLLE, TENN. '
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery ders.-f- 1
ment of our business to Mr. Madisox Stb.ttox, the
samo will trom this date be contluctcd under.tlio'style ol
in" Mzrket and Broad streets. I
Our stock, noK.auii.'e, will be kept sobyjargoaccc'siccs
Svery fsir diV", tb'whica ro invito the 'attention and fo- !
l'fi!t a tr.lt train ineichants in tlie countrr as welt as city
.aeprs,.biu'j6tnniuedt(M!liajlow as any hou,-e it the ,
irlTSr.-?." : ' JOHNSON & SMITil.
' apr :
j -ILallAGE -. CHSBCE. - ..
ICThcIcsale and Jtatail..I)saiersiii.Eool3,.SiOS, Hats,
, Car! 'fxuvksyalisp? aad CirostjEasa to .
College STni"'r, Nasuville, j. ilv.v.
I '- . A. iLaii-U
Tobacco Dealer, Fcrv?araing and Ccraaiavoa ,2 pUre an;j UnaJulkraUJ medicines, which are especial
M3rchavi -- 'n - . Jy'rccomijrr.iied.to tha attention of physicians. Weaieal
oct-J. , ,
( ! K. J. MOCBIS.
lEOS.- E. S71UTTQ Jr.-
wnp-RTt TTtATTOT ... -
1 HOEBIS & STEATIOJ,
" SrOTSsos to Uisiqi, tounii-i to.,)
Comniwioa ad Forwarainj'Iierchants V.'MI
t , ,r., . A?;L ,v,.7,
IVtte hive naw in More a h.rwj Wick of Grocerie!, Li-
VV Quors. Wines, etc.. which ul be sold at the lo iLsl
j. tnaikct prices for casli or barter.
.KEV ORLEANS A CARD,
ninnentlv IfirnteJ thcmsolres at New OrleansoCeri
Lserviccs.vCorannssioii and Fonvardin Merchant
r anil (Jenernl Aircuts, aud solicit consignments of all
kindsof Western .Produce, lueting conuacai iiiai mey can
and will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their inter
est to their caie. Procedis of sales will be iurariably held
sacred and promptly remitted.
1'. y, Jixieaisive arrangeoients maue ior inc recenmg nu
to withmit delay.
BENJ. F. SHIU.DS A CO.-
BEN. MtHOEL &-BB0.,
Grocery and Comiaissiou, Ilecfiviii:
Ani Dsalors in I
ciga and Daaestic Liquors,
...II ! I'.'l'TIIL'fT
ULLl.'IJi Ol Ikl.l.l.
T 1QIJOKS AM TOIJACCO.
lj 4u0 bbls Sam Hale's Whisky; luobbls Oralis 'Wliisln:;
00 bbls Old Monongahela do nil" Brown's I) D do;
" American lirandv; 40 " " S M Wine,-
J0 " Old Port Wine; " 'M " N E Rum;
5 Pipes Old Brundv, best brands;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; M Baskets Champaigne;
o Ixixes of l.iebcr's (iinger anlRap!iern Brandies;
52 Pipe-i Holhnd Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
50 bxs Gus Jones' Tobacco; to " Walker's Ale;
i;0 " Voting ABirdcweU'.sdo 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco;
25 " I' M Boerz Xo 1 do; SO " Fennel's do
" Gold Iaf do 10 " 1'eni.t s do
10 ' B. Daily's do
10 " Ender's" do
5 " S E White' do
In stole and for sale bv
0 " Missouri
10 " Sam Wools .Ts.
5 " Rend A Nash's
BEN. M. NOEL A BUO.
bags Prime Bio Coffee;
lignayrafln; 2 ,oo.i lmporlc.1 lsai'y;
ad) bbls Rcboiled Molai-sos;
.i.iioO jieite co; -
S ki halves do do;
50 hhds cho:ce Sugar;
500 bags fine Salt; '
S00 kegs Oysters;
500 cans do;
Si i bbls St Louis Mills Flour;
100 Cincinnati do;
Sd'i kegs Nuils assorted;
3fi boxes Glassware, ass;
10 trails a Almouus;
10 tierces Rice:
2 casks Dutch Madder,
20 bbls Copperas;
So bags IVppcr;
15 " Spite;
S'Ki reams Wrap. Paper;
500 lbs Kanaiiflia Salt ;
20 kegsShot.aud Lead;
Ion doz. liiootns;
." bbls Golden Syrup;
8t bbls and hair bbls Crackers;
i) bbls alacxeiei;
50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
30' boxes and half boxes Raisins;
Just received and forfait bv BEN. M.N0EL A BE0.
TAWZD.. few thousand busiiels Pea Nuts, fur
' :. il... .i r
H f wuicu wc win give iue iiigiieit .iiaineipnev.
BEN. M. MJKlj A if
LOT fronting 54 feet on lower College st.; running back
If j feet. Two houses oa the lot, which rent for f21G
aywr, price it'oo.
I)t 32 feet on Franklin Turnpike, in Preston Hays' addi
tion. ALSO, 2ivi acres oriand in S.nith county, 0 miles from
Lebauon. For fertility the land cannot ba surpassed, being
principally creek bottom, about 1-00 acres cleared and in -a
high state of cultivation, the balance finely timbered.
'flic imnrevements consist o! a goad frame dwelling, ne
gro huiiscs, barn, stablos, Ac, and Saw and Grist .Mills) and
earning .Macninc, conairuciej io run e.invr or steam or
water. . .,
ALSO, S1 acres or land in EIoSeld on the Gallatm
T - s.f II I l...,..ft.' I... Tl...
lot a goad rianie house, Kitchen, r.egro house-, Ac.
I ALSO. acres of laud on SpringSeld road, U miles from
, Nashville. 1 J- v - ' - - - t -
' ALSs,"S3Ttcnroriattaifl6InlDg the property of W. B.
Iucos. . . -
ALSO, 7 acres of land oa the Noicnsville Turnpike, splcn-
AiiSO, Si ncics cf land, 4 miles from the cify; on tlialtail
AI.S0. the larg: Brick Wardioiuc on College street,
known as the Port Royal Mills Depot.
ALSO, 250 acres cf laud in Sumuer county, near Castiiian
ALSO, a tract oHand in Sumner countv, on Cumberland
river, containing 1'jO acres, known as the Sumner Paper
Mills: the buildings were elected fur a paper mill, and are
well constructed tor that purpose, luce 5,000.
AliO, 3 acies of ground in Edgefield, oppo-ite tho prop-
ertv of Gou. a. It. Andarson.
ALSO, a finely impioicd lot next to Mrs. Polk's, front
ing 8s feet oa Vine street, 140 feel deep.
AI.S0, 1 acre ani v poles of ground near the State Hospi
tal improvements good.
ALSO, a lot on corner of Gay and McLemore streets, with
ag.Kid brick house containing 5 rooms.
AI.S0, a very desirable farm H miles from Nashville,
rcr the Franklin Turnpike, containing 11 5K acies, good
tuo story brick dwellings and other improvements on the
AI.SO, a large fine brick honso on Vino street, between
Church and Broad sheets, the lot fronts 40 feet on Viae
ALSO, 2,000 acres cf land on tho old Springael.l road, 17
miles from Nashville, on Mansker's Creek, good dwelling and
other necessary buildings, and also Stcun Grist aud Saif
ALSO, a large brick house on Church street, near the De
pot, containing 1 1 rooms, besides kitchen and other necessa
ry buildings. The house is well constructed for a boarding
ALSO, a small brick house, 3 rooms on Locust alley, near
ALSO, a double tenement, 3 rooms each on Crawford St,
above High street.
AI.S0, 203 acres ofland in Sumner county, oncmile from
Gallatin. The improvements are first rate. "
We have also a number of other lots in the city and farms
in the country, which can be bought on good terms.
GLOVER A BOYD,
nprillS No. 50 Cherry street.
W. A. & J. G. 3IcCLELLAND,
No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE receiving and now opening their Stock or SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety,
it is decidedly the most attractive they have ever opened.
They would call the attention or purchasers fo the following,
with man v other Goods not enumerated :
RICH DREs-S GOODS.
Plaid India Silfce;
Delicate Summer Silks; - '
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Beragcs, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Brilliante-;
Rich Organdy Muslins;
" French Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 fo 50 cents;
Vslencicnne Laces and Inscrtirgs, Star Point Laces, Va
lencienneatid Muslin Collars, Ci.fTs and Dimity Bands. Jac
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mourning
and Traveling Collars.
LINEN AND D0.ME3TIC GOODS.
Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linen? and
Napkins Fine Bird's Eye Diaptr, Huckaback and Medicated
Towels, Lice and Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, i!eJ Tickings, Ac, Ac
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened In Nashville. Also, Silk for Mantles.
Mull Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jaco
nctts, Dvittcd Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS, Ac
Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Milts, Kid Gloves.
.. ,. r.-. -n. . .
Alpacas, uiiaiieys, uacKana r aia di ks ck urapes.
iserafs innp.ams auu jiusiiug, ouie xuu. ciiks, w uuoui
lustre. Mourning Collars, and felceves.
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Cloths, Cissimeres Cottoaadcs, Drillings, Summer Coat
ings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts; Cravats,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislio and Cotton Half
Hose, Ac, Ac
Wo will take great pleasure ia showing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will be able to offer such inducements nj it
regards style and prices, as f o be conceded by all.
w. a. a j. g. Mcclellaxp.
j'MhTilto March 29, 1 S5,
i':':,aURl?EY & MARTIN.
; NEW ANI) TESH AR RIVALS BY
. ' COSES? 6 HAE.TIK.
GH.E21IS7S A. YD DRUG CISTS,
No, 53. CMOS BrnrtT, sasuville, tkx.v. ,
QODA-Yk ATEU. As warm weather is approaching
O e have fitted up a nevr our Soda Founts, and ,are pre
pired to dispense as pure and as voi Soda Water as any
other house in the city. Ours shall be the PAjZar ultra fount.
-The syrups arc all made of tlie finest quality and most deli
cate flavor. We shall be liappy to receive the patronage of
our citizens ami oi sirangcrs vis.uu uk: c .
-ISUar SodtfHinlsicUl notl pfi on tie SdHalh.
CI JIREV A MARTIN
april?2 85 Un:on street
"XjilV AliHIVAT,S. Bdcsms, Counter, Faint, I'aint-
a ei-s' Dnten. Gilders' Tins. BadircrGraiiicrs: Hearth. !
Estra Floor, Lamp Brushes, Clamp Scrubs; J'opes' Heads
f.,r '.Tiadows; B.)!tlc and vial, toeiher with all other varie
ties, ju it received and for sale low by
apt"2 ' CUB KEY & MARTIN, No. 3y 'Qioat:
7' AI5:'SCELEIJRATED BAKBEK soaps!
f T W loz bars rait received bv
up-2 CURREYJ& MARTlSVj t
s z. in.il.vi. 11. .U "l.-Tl. TlTtT.
,'01i:.liiii.i' imui x(iii, iiaui umie, iaur
X. Brashes and Ilaw Sponges; just received bv
apSa CURREV A MARTIN.
, C' ELECT, POWDERS. Of Hassull, Mimucn A
' l tlrr i. AWt.iin l!lltppiMirt mi nrimtuinrtl himi.lv nl
received an additional supplr of
.n.-,lt;n. n-l.Mi nw....i.
Powers A Weiglitman's ChcmicaK;
T ilden A Co's Extractt;
Henning's English Extracts;
Mander. Weaver A Mauder's Cheniicals;
Thomw' Extracts, Sc.
Al! of which are warranted Hire and genuine. The Pre
scription department of .our establishment is snpplied ex-chr-ivrly
v.iih these pure and unadulterated medicines.
JT -v (idt'Ittratel lU-uj, Ifedicinei, or tlifmical can
- tm.I-a ivlacem mr store. CL'KItai A MAKTJ.V.
; 7" "TV
"LOIVEU SKEP.S. lCOO papers
I An-i Vwili mar. ntmn-p. rutp TTr
p'n-u .Many of these seeds Iiave just been impm-tcd trom
Europe, and are cnti'Cly now to our western garden.S
Also in store, a hire and fresh (warranted) supply of
Car.Vi. Seeds. CUREEV A MARTIN,
march?! No. S3 Union street.
Brv. BLEDSOE'S ALTE5ATTV2 COHPOUNB
The Ue-.aeUiiocer all lleiutdm fur Uie hiuaseiGf the JAttr
Duj'ui, i'nlr'jiiet and ft&imQtio f the Sjilttn.
lfcar'Aurn-i, Colic FmIoUm', f'ilet, CbnilrjKitii",, all
rfwtWv'M of the r.Mr$, and tuehJUwtfit cs artii from a
dixurderd ttatu of the Slomael, Ueer cr fyuvle, ai
SerofuLi aitd Saietot' anulind. Ior General DJUUu.
, frvii vhi- l LtJhi fnqjenUu ivfer, tlete u not it
j rjHE invenor of this preparatian was forthiec years r
X comideiclyprosiiiited liuia Dyspepsia and inactivitv of I
' the laverthnl lie w-as frequently for wwilu at a time 'uiabfo to ,
I raise himself from his bed. Hesoii2:ht aid from i.hv.d;iias ,
at l.oraeanj in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeloss by thousands, and it was by accident that he snc- '
ceedud hi curiPif himself. Since he has heed practicing med- !
ic'ne, his .success in uih cases has been unrivalled. He .
has been aware of the incredulity if (he public, and conse-
qnently said nothing lluough the press of his orti case,
xintll tho character of the medicine was folly established '
by its suceass asohowuly the certificates which haveneen
aitvertitfi!. " f
I siibjo'n thcccrtificilasf.riT;f. M. OAr;iiERr,of Meaiphis,
Turn., with whom Iyften adiscd during tlie time of my
Memphis Tenn., April 17, 1352.
1 hereby certify that I have been acquainted w ith Dr. J
N. Blcdsucnnd winievcars ago he was reduced I wi ere j
lo e.-thxi I h:ie cer'sei-n any one tiiat aflenvards recorcr
od, with what I supposed to lie Dyspepsia and Liver aflection, '
and attw tryfog the prescriptions of many Phvsicians in this
as well as other Mlimtries, withcut relief.'lia tfually suceeded t
with a preparation of his dwu in beitig restored to good
hcaltlL M. GABBERT, 3L 1). ;
Pliysiiians arc re-jnested to try this preparation. We
feel satitfied it will sustain the character we give to it in Ibis 1
HcxTsviLLr, January 12, 1552. j
' Dil Bledsoe: I t.tkalho libertv and fyll it to" lo my duty ,
' to recommend to all persons suffering from diseas: of the f
f sromarh and bowels, our Allcrative Compound, as a very
l sepeiiiir lne-licinc. My son, aged 15 vears, had been under
' cntuelf cured" him.
Hcxtsville, Oct 17, 1S51.
I Dr. Bi.EPf oe: Some time bai eiapscd since I gave a cci
j tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
j .Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to
the jrfibhc, that ray wife had for three or fjur years been
'oiiliTj.. .a ll.a vrii.-t l-iti,T P krtild 1.4 tri.. ir il.n if. n.i.li
from dyspt-psii-. I liad irie j of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in tho place and a great many difleren
medicines, 'wiili momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative on.r.pound, I did so and I am luppy to sar
that it has entirely cured her ; aud I would, con-ciei tiouly
reomniend it to "all jrcou suCenng from dise-iscs of the
liurand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
lltrxTsvii.Li!, Si-pt 29, 1351.
! worst form ; that I had tried almost evcrv thing that is gi
veil bv phvsicians, and never loutid anv thing that would ccr
" tninly lehuve n.e, until I tried the above me Jicine, which nos
rci.eveu mciu every aiiacK in leistiiau an Hour,
WM. B. LLOYD.
!!.. r-jinrrr Tm.n Tinr o- 10.1
Da. Bledsoe : I feel that I-should fall short of my duty
' lievedme, i
to ycuatiu lotiwwo who arc amicieu, were i noi io iumicr
your Alterative Compound, it lias entirely re-
so that I Ilivc not liad caiuse to take anvthinir in
i. two mr.iiih. 1 can eat anything I want with impunity, and
I believe myfcealth is as good us it ever is at my advanced age.
' Should 1 ever. stitfei fiwn dysjiepsia again I shall be sure to
" call ouyou. 1 am teiv resfiecttull-vonr friend.
" ELIZABETH J. HAKWOOD.
II rxTsvrLLE, AI l, August 21, 1R51.
This is to certify, that I hail suil'ercd for nur.y years with
Dyspepsia and lb'seases of the Iavcr. Physician 'after H.y-
sii-iau had in-escribed for me without uiv receiving ani- bcii-
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, w hich curad me soundly, and I recommend
; because or the same happy euecturemothcrsormracquaint
Hc.vrsviLLE, Ala., JIarchS, 1S52.
Dr. Blehsoe: Sir : Judging from tlie certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary forme
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, tint for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
mid thought tiiat 1'nerer would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and Iiave gained
25 cr 30 pounds, and feel about as well ns I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
JTTbc above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the citv, and most of the towns in the State G. W. HEN
DEUSilOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. JSTTricc 1 per pint Pottle. novls lvd tr
T)ItT V.'M. McXANeI
INDIAN AND GEEHAN E00T D0CT0E,
I") ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens or NashvilX
j and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
dence of fourteen years in tho South, and permanently!!,
cited himself in ikmth Nashville, at the corner of Wask
ingionand Pcail streets where he may at all times be fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
' He has iu his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the pcrmanent cure of the
most distressing cases o"f the following diseases viz: Ner
vous Atfectious, Live." Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms Weak Lungs, Fits Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Serofluloiu, Hemoptasis of tho Lungs, and
other Houierages; Diarrhoea, Diseases ofthe Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints or the Blood; Diseases or Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different caies, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
. Dr. McLnne hopes from his much experience in the Medt
: cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
I.iscfforls heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
orthc sick and afllicted.
Nashville, Feb 0 ly. BR. WM. JlcLANE.
ff "All Letters addressed, post-paid, f o South Nashville.
JOSEPH P. DTJNT0N,
1'ancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
JTo. 51, I'vHic Sjuare, Xashville, Tenn.
HAS now in store a largo and well assorted Stock o! tbe
most desirable poods of the season, embracing every
description and quality, Frencli Mantillas, Bibbons, Silk
Drap GoodSjjWhitc Goods oTall kinds,Lnces andEmbroide
rics, French Jaconetts, Lawns and Cambrics," Bareges,
Baieerede Iiines, Brilliantines: a rarietr or other Dress
Goods, Hosiery of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions Hard
ware, etc. Looking Glasses, a large variety of Guns and Pis
tols, besides a great variety of Trimmings and every descrip
tion of Goods to whicli be now submits the inspection if
Merchants of the city and country trade, to which stock will
be added daily, desirable goods from tlie East. Merchants
generally, are" invited to examine my stock and compare
prices w"iih that ol ether houses in the f rade
fob 23 J. F. DUNTON
SODA "WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, draicing andbottteinq, ofthe latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions for its use, by
CORXTtlt OP FIRST AVEXCE AXDli RETT,
Opposite Bcllevue, New York
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, Ac, in the United
Sta'es, aud whero may bo found a large assortment orevery
article connected with the business including Materials, Ac
jan 27 3m Established 20 Years.
D. S. & V. H. WOODWARD.
Forwarding and Coratnisdon Morcfcanti, and
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid to fillinir orders Office, over the
store of W. T. Smith A Co, No. 68 Magazine street,
Oct.?, 1S52 tm New Orleans.
TTMIIRELLAS 300 Gingham and Whalebone Ua
tJ brellas, 100 Cotton.
Keceired and for sale by A, MORRISON A Ct?i
HA3WAEE AND CCTI22Y.
FAiiii & cTjjrraxoiiAM.
T'a 47, Collixsi Steeet, Nasuville, Tex.v.
ARE noir in receipt of their entire stock of II VRDWAR'-I
d CUTLERY for the SpringTrle. end elin"
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to tlieir large and varied
assortment, they feel 'confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ol anv House in anr countrr. nn.T wUn i.a
' item of Transportation is considered, it will to limnd that
. tdf-inter(U should prompt all dealer, in this section of the
coumrv to encourr ix a nome mar et.
They also invite the attention or Blacksmiths, Carpenters
and Farmers vWtingNaihvilleto their assortment of Tools!
i oi mwg iiujHcmeui?, w, a large siock oi w uicii they always
1" ?T I . , , ... . ... .
i reurinir tt)!i. nut ippns riiin r.n
-f f ropoutick and the Hellespont.
So the Jiadj-ipUfarie, briflit as the "blaze or sunset halos
' o al brtf d, deservedly accorded to-lhose Tnilv
. r ortuaale and iVeltkuoiril Eatchana-e ihd Iiitfrv- Cmlm
P YEEIt CO. IJaUinore, Md.
. V ill '.'keep due on," until their popularitr extendi from tho
. "icy Capes of Labradore," io tne searching sands of Nubia's
J Desert, and until the Uosanras of a Universe extol their
. uamo.in'ona prolonged shotit that'shail friitcn the revm of
chaos, and sLirtla scsrwl fgho fram her caverns.!, sleep," "In
' hizr apathv let stoics boast."
l'ho grabful praise duly received from every- section of
the country, from those il:o liavp been snatched fiorn the
brinkof despair by the untiring etforts of these far-famed and ,
I- popular IiOttery Agents, is the oulv reward tl.cy covet for
uevouug uie:r energies to me puouc s serrice; Io tt
are wages." The immenre amount ofcood that
;re v.'ages. 1 be immenre amount orgood that PYFERA
A CO. iheTmlr Lucky and Far-Timed fa5t!err Agents No.
1 LightStreet, Baltimore, ;jd. Have accomplishe.1 br pro-
Jn presenting to our niimoroo-scorrcspoiidunts liirniH'hoiit
tha country our voir brilliant and e'.po-int soIhth. r.,r H e
month of May, we nijoiu thnsa, w hoso expectation wer n4
fully lealirM in .Kpn, in the language ofthe Foe, to
"Attempt the end, and never stand to doubt :
Nothing's so hard, but search will tind it cmt.J'
KhAU TUt REMJI,T Or I EllsUVERANCE!
$,Cio0in packaof qsurtcrs, sent to North Carolina.
f..,ow, in narKag;eoi Holes sent to Norm Cargiii,i
C3"Be .iile to a3di-e; lhr a laudqms l-riia,
PYPEn A CQ.
Sb. 1 Lifflttttrtet, Maltimorr, Maryland.
Splendid Schemes for May, 1853.
j a mf uW?ana2iriir,taKcnatttiehiguest mar- X.' tlie SUalmrs, for sale by 1LO SCOVFT Broadwar.
I ... l marclill " fLO.SCOU - I MPJ0 : C1IKWLNO TOBACCa-As principal leeflU
ry ' . , . . ....... 1 14 . . " muil. JJUIiIin.'in- lilallfir 1H.I . . v.
Aiiuu ixAoA A UHAKWKD CUP 0 ! FAiu. 1 TvvTTirinr . .t 1 T. " I -f. e falc 01 "6re jtuUy celebrated Tobacco in Nash-
"Liketo the Pontic sea. I v V- ' f"r,,,e HrT' '
eicj-current and compulsive cottrso fJ , S, 1 JJLQ' i, faJ?rK,F' STIUTTON.SMITUaW
In paefca-eor Whole Tickets, the Brilliant Prize of ?50,- , V i; i,i v?"" , ?i,wV ""'re ?" "'H t i-o, Z . - do!
210, ju qramlConsfihlHen-cfManUnd, Class Nal. was 1 ,IImn 'H? l"t 8mJ $?J,U0 Georgia Bank Note, i. 'W Go-.wins dt
! sent per mai' tq an Wratrc.'-ri in r. ' ' I'a'apJwMrty epril'J D. PKAELA CO. f For sale by ,qu3 W. IL GORDON A CO.
iliOiXiupackageofltalveiSinttoSuuthcartilimi.' i C'lO' Ai i AERIC VN" GOLD fiw sulr ei-tf rjit ' M Clvinr aA.ii.
IV '"""'""'iuu."'l.-a- si .00 d.i Tumble ,,Wt
f,4P""ires,HiouKit-iaWiiia. ,U.THia' EXCHANGE We ai drawing on I janS f it Slvieii
!X''-mcuwnt,oT,!aTlwve- 11 XewVorkan-U'liiladelphia ia , w io .uit, at Bank j - -0bJS?
fl2,0C0:m tiackage of Half Tickets, sent to Oiiio. ra'es. anril.i n dpiiii. t-rn iIUATIS. r. r.. t.t. T t' 1: rn
J5TT':?Ccr,-icate Prices or packjjts or quarter ticket J ,
only, are given beliiiv.
Date. Capital No.or Price of Price of
May. Braes. Ballots. Tickets. Packages.
2 $25,000 73 Nos 1? drawn $ 8 f : 00
5 gO.oOO 75Np. lrjdraivu 3 li 00
4 1.000 7s.Ni. 14 drawn 10 35 0")
5 25,000 75Nos. 12 drawn 5 IS 00 ,
6 24.0J0 75NoS. 13 drawn 5 1 O0
7 40,000 1h Nos. ISdrawn 12 45 t0
0 ii5,0o0 75 Nos. 12 drawn d 30 00
10 18,G5i'. 7SNos. 12drawu 5 19 00 i
11 CO.OOO 75No- 13dawn 10 S5 00
12 25.0CH) 7S ios. 13 drawn 5 IS 00
13 13,500 7iNos. 13 drawn 4 15 00
11 50,000 75 Nos. 11 drawn 13 55 00
IS 5 or 12,u00 78 Nos. Is drawn tS So 00
17 2i,000 ' 75 Nos 12 drawn. 5 IS 00 '
IS So,U09 7SNos. 12 drawn Id iD 00
l'J 20,9) 75 Xoi 15 dmu 5 15 00 ,
20 L'.ljOJ 7SNP3. Udiawu 5 IS 00
21 4f,on0 75 Nos. - 11 drawn l'J 50 00 '
23 ,i.X) 73 Nos. 15 drawn 8 25 00 '
24 o,000 75 Nib. 12 drawn 5 18 00 ,
25 .33,000 78 Nos, 13 drawn 10 40 00 ;
2 2.1,000 75 Nos. 13dmVB 5 18 00
27 1.1,000 75N'u. 14 drawn 4 13 00
23 Si'.OuO 78 Nos. 15 drawn 02 1W C-0 '
80 2?,5.X 75 Nos. ISdrawn 8 30 00 )
31 1S.000 7dNos lidraivn 5 15 00
J3?"Dra-.viugs forwarde-1 to Corrc.-poRdsn? J hrthefirsl
mails afier the lotteries are drawn.
S"Correp)ndciits will please order a liw days hefure
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centage iu favor of those purcliasers
whoordcrby the Package, and the chances of drawing Ibur
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, a: e thereby wjciiit-d.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Ticket! in everj- in
stance. rTBcmetnber A Packaok of Tickets, can dtv w rocc
cr the most splendid prizes m a scliemc.
ISyiu order to secuie a Fortune, and thecasli immeiliafc
lyatler tho result is kti-.vr;,t!;o resders ofthis paper have
only to remit cqsh Draft- or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and trulr fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, " FYFER A CO,
april 29 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore. Md.
jSJ OTICE is hereby given to all those indebted to Uexe-
1 ' s.wsv-.v.,i.wm.., wv. .u.
i'aiiH-ui, auu man navin m pus.-essiun anj oi me goous
and chattels of said dcccassJ, to deliver them ; andall tba-e
baving claims ifgainst said deceased to present them proper
1 lv authenticated, bv the 10th darof June next, or ther will
. be forever bai rtd. ' D. R CLAIBORNE,
marchll 3mtnv Administrator.
SUGAR. 280 hhds Sugar, now landing from stearacu
America, and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON.
rir t?t r: iv i-iriTTr
! l.ll.l.JU4LA .JI11U,
I BOOKSELLER AND STATI0KEE,
i .., . No. ..1, Collet.e Stheet.
' QC,n00L r' K.e. ''S10" and JliscelUneous
jt uwu, als.., xiiiijv xoiws uuu si.douiicrj, av 1UIIC3V
I5?"Coiintrr Merchants, and School Teachers supplied ou
j the mast favorable terms. Nashville, Tenu, teb. 2.
JUST RECEIVED. A superior assortmont of sea
sonable Heady Made Clothing, consisting of
; Blnck Cloth Frock Coats; Black Drop d'Etut Socks;
Colored " " " " ' pants;
1 " " Sacks; Fancy Cossimere do;
Buff, white, and figured Marseilles VestL.
r And a variety of other clothing, embracing a fine and
. elegant assortment. T. J. HOUGH,
mro Cedar street.
G. 1IACGREGOR, '. E. ALLOWATJ . J. B-tSKEEAU.
MACGHEGOE, A1L0VAY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, j
55St.Cua&les Street, (.thirdStoreabovcShChailesHotel,) j
C3T N. E. ALLOWAY A CO, Nashville, Tenn, are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advauces on ship
ments to us. sepl6
RAMAGE AND CHURCH j
Wholesala and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Trunks, 1
Vallises and Carpet Bags.
Atf. 42, CoUege Street, XashciUe, Trnnetsee. j
ABE constantly receiving direct from the best Eastern
Manufactories, a great variety of Lttdiet and Gentle
inen't Ho-jU and Shoes, ofthe LaUt Stilee, suitable for
either Cltijor Country Trade, which are c'fTered eery hio by
ihtpaeta'je, dnzen, or single pair. Country Merchants arul
11 tuyere are fnvited to examine oar Stock before purchas- '
ng. ImarchlP RAMAGE A CHURCH. I
IRA A. STOUT,
No. 5 Clark Street, Nashville, Texx,
Xexldoor to II. S. French-'t Grocery H'arehouse, and op
iite ATorrie d Stratton'e
ALL kinds or carriages for sale, with harness
to suit All work sold br me is made at
the Clark Street Manuractcrr, and warranted, and will b;
sold on as good Terms, for Cash orjood notes, as any work
made North or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work fo repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. inarl5.
PHILIP SCKTEFFELIN, HAINES & CO.'S
SELECT MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
-T"TTE have just received a full supply or the above arti
V V cles, consisting in part as follows :
IWdTurkey Opium, extra; Extract Hops extra;
" Indian " "
" Gum Arabia" "
" " Gndiacum, extra; "
" Gamboge " "
" Tnigacarth " "
' Alexandria Senas " "
' Snip. Iron, "
" Turkey Jlvrrh; " "
" ColocynthPulp " "
" Comp.cxt. Colocynth, "
" Cubebs, extra "
Calabria Liquorice " "
"' Ergot " "
" Socotrino Aloes " "
" Cape " "
" Virgin Scammony " "
Syrup Iodide of Iron;
Dupasqiiies " "
Croton Oil in bulk, ex.
" ' small rials;
Solubb Citrate Iron
Cod Liver OH;
Together with a complete assortment as go to make up a
physicians bill. These medicines are used and prescribed
by all the leading physicians in the union in preference to
any other. We are now prepared fo CU bills with the purest
medicines that the country can produce and upon the most
reasonable terms. I'roscriptions always prepared with these
pure and select medicines. STRETCH A ORB,
Druggist, corner Union and Cherry street, Nashville.
' SELF HEATING SAD IRON.
JUST received a few of the new patent Si-it-Heati-"
Sad Iro.vs, by which, with the assistance of a cent
worth of CAarcoaf, the Ironing for a large Tamily maybe
done in the shade under the trees, and requires no large fire
in the kitchen in the beat of Summer.
aprU $ SXQ W, MACKENZIE CO.
H.G. SC0YEI, -Druist
Sbrti Ale of tie SStWt Square, C ' Itott of tit
"Wiolesale and Eetail Dealer la
I'.usts, Bccsnrs, PrRmiEr.r,
I'owdee, Oils, Dn Srcrrs,
Fasct Akticles, Suot, VAUStSJIES;
Glass; (iLasswase, Lead,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
WASHITA OIL STONES,
Uru-s. Jlcdicinss. Clieniieals. c.
hair, causiiiffitto 2tow hmiriantlr. rcndcrinlt s..n'rL
sr, beautUuland preventingiu torniug grer. tor ssilebr
- 1 :r
T YON';s ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, for Dvspcp.
J -J t, Rncmnatism, Cramp, Ctiolera Morbus, CbolicV
Ac, Ac which is one of tho best preparations of thjday-i
maichll U. O. SCOYItr
.uiNt Unnstie jtelt.s Hraceleti', Fluid, Rings
VT and Plasters, for sale by the only agent ia Nashville"
""""n it. U. r-CUVEL.
LANGHOK.N A AUMISTEAD'S SUPERIOU TOUAC
CO, for sale VHiolesale and Retail br
Mln,l' " tonnt-cncutaiiu ienncsseeJwflePow-
At. uer, warranted best qualitv, for sale by
marvtill H. G.SCOVEI.
Jl. iteillied Tancsr. 1-lnl. laiLsnsI nn.l
I P:itnrflt! In- t.lv 1. ii n t.wi-T-t
' ft'i Ji1? sul-vlt COATED
' S7J"LSJic b marI1
PlLlJ, just recefvc.1 and
H.G. SCO VEU
' r PEAS Black, Voting Hyson; IiuperiaL Gunpowder, and I
t X Extra. Carious Black' Tea. These Tcaareof sood .
quality and have given sutUfaction, forsale by " I
1 march! 1 II. (i. S'COi:iu
KENTUCKY ..K iOTES and Checks forsale
hy i pxib I). PE.VI.LA CO.
MQHILE and New Orleans Bank Notes wanted br
pril I). PRVUL A CO.
Ci 1 A ff( SILVER wanted immediateir by
D. 1'E.VPJi A CO.
f - U.P.QWBEK MANUFACTCBED BY THE
OT HAiCARD PowderCompany of Counecticnt :
1O0O kes Kentucky Rifle Powder, 5 lUscac!
000 halt kers do do do
JJjOqr. keg-i do da do
500 l:cgs Beer du do
lOOO fceg-i Blasting do
500 lbs do 1 5 kegs each) do
300 canisters fine Rillc ia
for the Hazard Powder Company.
riIIE undersigned would najicctfiilly in- gjr--sj--.
L form their frieniLs aud the nul.lie'thr.t Srr3Jii-
tliey have taken tho old stsnd of C. T. Afalson, No. 34, '
wuero wey uuena io carry on COAUII ilAK
tUrKnnv r v rmire
-rr I'LAChaMlTIIlNu. Everr description ofBLACh-
SMITH'S WOKK executed iu the b-rst uiauncrca liberal
their horses shod in the neatest maiincT. All workn tr
toourcarewUllimder the immediate snnericttid a. ii
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to givesat-
;"'Vy ttfow thepublica
lO.VHUll Ml Mil. t, VI CSJVIi.illll'
liberal sharo cf tlieir xtronage. '
tj a ty
CRAM A SHEPHERD.
TRIGG, has opened his Iargound commo- tfi
diousWare House on Braid Street, be- f-fcS
E .TJirSII I14IEIII.. hTI.'IH? T ...l ... , All.AI llll Sll Til Jl. Tf
tween Collegeaud Chcirr streets North side, iil-a34 Pem-. lan was tour iiMmtusaK-oaEU toe lady (a Mrs. Dun
where he is prerrared toSTOREgoods ofalmostanv kind han.) wsujl mgood health, and able to attend to herusual
ami qnniilit.v 011 rouFonaUo tenns. lie will aUo attend to
ing. Havingonc of the largestand
tl e city. located at un intermeduto
a.tt.c-itiit unu r urnaruiit,
point between th
UUUki giieiiiui iHKXe ill
e upper River Laudine- and Railroad Dc-
EAilAGE & CHUECH,
Vhclcsale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes.
COLLEGE ST, NASHVILLE.
E are again in receipt of a large assorted sioct
t Hoots, Shoes,nud Hrognns, direct frcm the
manufactory; Ladies' ilisses and Children's fine Gaiters.
Boohs Exce"lU Slippers and Paris TTies of everr iTcscrip- '
ilm. i!,iimAi isll wtif n v! i!,t i.-.l-
fine Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Dress Itoots; Walk ng
SIes, Oxford Ties, Patent iiathcrand Congress Cloth Gaf-
for Men, Women and Children, and Cork boles, Ac,.Ac
We ask merchants and planters to examine our stock. We
give bargains tor cash. RAMAGE A CH URCII.
JUST RECEIVED BY D. THIGC. Broadway.
f)AA CANS Holt A Mc4tly's flush Oistery; i
jZJJ 5 bbls Crushed Sugar; 5 bbls lulrerized Sugar; '
25 bbls best Cider Vinegar lC"i bags Fine Salt;
v:n nxs ii . it. ivaisin-snesii;
25 boxes Cheese;
2' 'half boxes W. It, Raisins;
10 boxes Codfish;
.) Lbls Jlotasses;
2-" boxes' Dried Herring;
50 dozen Brooms;
25 bags CoBee:
S tierces Fresh Kiev;
a.i uozen liiicKCis painteii; i
25 boxes Tallow Caudles;
25 boxen tst,ir Candles.
Alo Tens, Matches. Bel Cords, Roe Heriing. Mitckere!.
Ac,A, which willbexild cheap for Cush or Baiter.
THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
COMPETITION DEFIED ! ! I
rplIE subscriber respectfully acncunccs fo the citi-
I Tens nl Xris!iSlle and siii-miinili?, simfm-
y mat rr
he is still receii
raense stock cf
he is still receiving large additions to Eis already
Gents rashionable Spring and 'Sntnmcr Ready
which ho is prepared to, and will fell AS LOW AS ANY ,
iiTiirr- iiiitTsft-iv tup Tinni' '
Alrcadvin store line Brown. Bine. Black and OlireFrrck
and Dress Coats of the latest style", Frencli Tweed. Cush
lnirctle, l'hi-h, Drapd'Elr, Silk LiLStre and Grass Liaen
Frock, Sack, Itox.and Polka Coats, 4c, Ac-, Ac.
Pants and Vests orerery color, shade, pattern and qualify
to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a line assortment of Gent's fiirnSshmr- arti-
cles, consisting or Fine Shirts UnderShirts, Drawers, Cru-
vats, Handkerchief Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va-
lises. Carpet Bans-. Ac, Ac
am a vaneiv oi louins anu CAiuarcns i ;ioiiurg, irotu
' - . . .... C
three years r.r ago upwards. u POWER:
Tennessee Clotldcg Depot, Na 34 3'orketSt, directly op
positc Union street.
"No connexion with any other house in the city.
N. B. Not fo be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation or men. L.P.
Country Merchants in p-irticuittr are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
THOMAS "W. FLEHTNtj
Commission M e r c'h ant,
C1LVR LESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
C0. , OAT&, BUTTER, FEATHERS; Ac His bu- 1
siness in Acgcsta, trill be contiuued as heretofore under
Refers to Hon. Jonx P. Klvc. President. Gcorrfa Rail
road Company. H. W. Ccvxeb, Esq, I-rcsidcnt, tioutli Ca- f
lUliu ituiiioatL vvvuitslii. .
P.S. Maior Arsstead Wait, is mr Geneml .twntin
icnnesseeanu .lona .iaoama. uecte 2mdtr
NEW FURNITURE, tc.
I E are now receiving, and will cou-
ill COU- Vy.
time, a yi-iS-alK
sting orGl " " -43
r Parlorsets, which will
V Y tinuo to receive for
large stock of 1 fRsiTCRE. consistm
splendid Rosewood and Mahogany Parlorsets, which will
be finished to order, in Brocatell and Plush, or Hair Cloth;,
also plain sets; also splendid Rosewood and Mahorrinr
Chamber eets. Together with a great variety or Side 1
Boards Bedsteads. Ward Robes. Wash Stands. Tablss.
Chairs, Ac, Ac Which will be sold at tho very lowest
rates, for cash orgood notes drawing interest
apfco W.AT.1L GREENFIELD ACO.
"VTEGROES FOR SALE. 2 Women, with one child i
1 each. Two Women tritliont children. Four Ifcir
from S to 13 years old. One Girl 14 years old. Oao Girl
We wish to buy immediaf cly, seven young "Women, four '
plough boys and two young men, for a widow ladr in tho
IU rears uiu.
DABBS A PORTER,
Aa S3 Cedar street
W. F. HAREIS tt CO.
Receive on consignment and sell all kinds ofPiODtxz.
T.'.?)-ON.S, 15 box?4 Lemons, received this dar by
ST.RATTCXN, SMITH & CO
SUG AK. 100 hhda Prime Snsar, in store asd for ul
low by STRATTON, SMITH 4 CO
,aa5 IS Broadway.
CI OFPEE ba;s Prime Rio Coffee, in store and lor
; sale low by STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
ITIjO Ult 500 bbls. Flour, various brands, fust received
? and for sale low by STRATTON, SMITH A CO,
j b SSw! Ttw T d'
rt do Fine d
i . s'uro icrsaic oy
STRATTON, SMrTH k CO,
- - , eV.1,r l0M
Js "'HW Loaf crushed, clarified and powdered Sit-
r; I'yppe. Allspice. Indkror lfer Cn n,f t'n'h..
i I ape: Stftrand.TJton
. Vs.alUCwiu wFb
. HlisItTv t , . . v -jarrra
1 U li?,!1 uT-;T,bb,lsoiericrnwvheat
A. t'.mr, just rcs.cn ed, and Cir sale W to elore. fcy
' STKATT0N.SMIT1JA CO
-j f l.ocs fresh Western Reserve Cheese, persteamcr.
I lVuraale uausuaUr tout to close.
STRATTON, SMITH A CO
k7 C C I-ouisville Hydraidic Cement in store.
- VV J and tor sale br -
z ' STRATTON. S1IITII A CO.
tw- it. cacor, " - MIAX
"W. H. GCED03' & CO.,
AVCTIOX & COJIMLSSIOX MEKCHANTS.
I or tie sale of JTsrcliandise, generally,
J" 1 SAsnnr i t.vs-
-I5ii Boxes Keen A Co, Stony Mill's To-
iea Keen A Co., Suneured Tobacco:.
5 a Jenny land
5 d. Waadering Jew
2 do Spotted Cathedral
2 do . La Fiel
C do Monte Cristo
50.W) Days Meitc
"For sale Jiy janfi
XT. H. GORDON k CO.
'MORS HEW PIAK0ES.
' W130 receireJ recent arrivals nine
' f f Ml
niurc of thaw uunralUI Ih inw ml.?
byJ.LE.i)tHilaaiand Adam Stotlart A C(x, oifT A
f various siries and sizes which will be sold very W tor
t -.mumvivii vi-J-sAit.
W. A T. IL GREENFIELD A CO.
I DR. TEASK'S MAGNETIC OLNTJIETrr.
yit, wivTmci j t . i i
A J , m" " i" had ,c3t Beal'r $ of h.s hair and
, X bad beeabaH for luanr rears; br the nse of tirt-
! lXt Sf"',' Vf adtr,:'
t Xhl'Th 11;, " n,r n"0
v W , K ' h i, r u .
! i . iIrV. a"en: """'. years of age, bad
ouneieii wiiu i ue .vsinnu Iroin Lis craule- lie bad
, fiJS LIZ
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a Skeieron. Jiy tbe u-e of a few bottles of the O Lt-
mcnthe was tkurwgitj cured, and for seven months past bai
, XZeX' ofi,.
j of long standing; his a vaiiety of treatment trom no less than
i JK& ptiysicnas, without receiving Uncfit was
cured bv the use f only tour bottles of tlie jlagnetic Oiat-
I Iiave treated two cases of Chronic Sot
fT n,tU 'ho Omfmcat hot!
?' " J0 nee?1 au attendant t
both of the patients so tuarlv
to lead them from nlace ti
t t'i'M-C- Goe ot them bad been
been afflict tI 74 l'u nl.
about veats. Ther had tiied liV best n"h rei.n. in fh-.
1 State, witlioutbeucilt-, andoneof them had been under tho
treatreent of the cclebiated Dr. Muzxr, of Cincinnati, for
j eighteen months, and bad expended hundreds of dollars ia
ram efforts to effect a cure. They are now br use of tho
' Magnetic Ointment, ncarlr or quite cured; and are able fo
; read and attend to any ordiiiarv business. I have used thtt
' Ointment in a number cf eases of Piles, and in no tcue hat it
. "'"i"1'" " wHeucioiiy ia severe c
Ir in erer.r-is.fl ntVrr
' rW , r .? tTV
j ohbJrk CANCUt by the u, of the MjjtM.c
! Fnjlaa themi,sh (rij, of .
i. . , . ... . , . ..- ... : ' J
disease fiir which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of tlie most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours,
BURTON HL'BBELL, M. D.
Diteil Jan 27, 1 s3, AmelU. Ohio.
The character of ibis Ointment, as an efliricnt remedy, U
ostaWilie.l in this citr. There are quite a number of md..
vidiislswho a-crfbe rfvair restivr-ilion (.. hj-.lil. l.. ilum
I this extraordinary Ointment.
f For sale by II. O. SCOVEL,
JthKHi A IlEAIOVJLI.ri
CAKTWKlfi HT A A RMSTKONO.
Indeed 'lis true that the World's Fair of eighteen fifty-thr
Will be held in ourbai-py land of liberty;
Itllt tril 'fi. IniJ 1 1 1 tl... iOlivinnn..li .. F . I
j At the Philadelphia Store, both hole- ale and Retail.
i ladies if therefore a bamlsome Dress von w ish to gtf,
i Silk, Ber-ps, Tissue, Lawn or Jaconet;
1 One that's suitable torSpring or Summer wear.
You bur it cheap at No. loutheSipoare.
Or ir your intention ix a Rich Shawl to buy.
Then please at the Philadelphia Store apply;
I For Snawls are sold at pricesextreraelr low.
I At the Philadelphia Store oJSeha, Hillman A Cow
H Collar-!. Chemisettes, Needle-work Sleeves,
You dcsiie to purchase extraordinary cheap,
"f is thel'liiladelphia Store sueti articles always keep.
Or iryou wish a Parasol as handsome as ever seen.
TIiPii please examine those at Number Eighteen;
There s the Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bro.
t And evcrrothertaiid that ever nm.
I ,, . ... , . , . ,
, IfaJ-ormet ofthe latest ttyle you want,
, Rutland Gun, Gossamer or Rich Blond;
i v"-,-". , . -r"--"cul' ,w
. . ... I'l..l.. 1. . C. . L " . . .
Orooarse there are litany things which wo cannot here mro.
To which we would solicit your kind attention:
T .. r . 1 i . i , . ... '
hi ioci-uutus uujuiiiig m uie iry tjooas line,
Youllfmd there from qualities inferior to the
the meat super-
And daily foo we sliall recciTe manr exfra.,
Per our friends Adams A Co's. great Express;
Who, unless there occur accidental delays;
Brings, us the goods from tho East in ten days.
Oiirmnttni TWXlK-FYiilv'fnnA TirtMl anil n AfT-ir
At the Hiiladelphia Store. No. 18. Pnblir
Where business is always done fair.
-asiiviiie, apin-:j, is-j3.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
J.VMES DIXON, Prest REN RY L MILLER, Sec'r.
. . Capital and Surplus $300,000.
INSURANCE on lives of white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Persons wishing to insure cannot 5ml a more rpsnrmsihla
,. - ',, bIicranI Go, Kirkmaa A FJIIs, Phil-
"P' "art, Lmdsley A Crocket, Morgan A Ao, Jt S. Pil-
jg-fPamphlets showing the advantages offered bythic
Company will bo furnished upon application to tbe under
signed, who has been appointed agent for the Company
S.U. L00MI3, Agent.
Northeast corner of tho Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
"r- -- JUcTiy' I Medical Examiners.
Dr. J- P. Fori, I
r-flnsiinmri- cn the lives of NEGROES on ths-nost r.-
sonable tenns. pril 12 2m.
t tt xrnvmT
Dealer in Fornlture and Pianos, "Wisdev Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Kattresset, Ac,
Union Strett, near Cherry, Xathtille, Tinneuet.
ALL kinds of FURNITURE made to Order or Bt-pairri,
at the shortest notice, and warranted. cpriI7-8in
-OftY'S HALF HOSE. We have just received a ft
)iuCottoa half bose for Boys.
JIYEBiJ A NfQJLL,
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