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TENN: TUESDAY, MAY 24, I$o3l
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k ,,THE WEEKLY .Cs
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Clubs Of five, and upwards ?2 0"0' pW 'copy "for one f
al (he foregoing rates. '" J ' ' ' .j
The TRl-WEEKLY is published Wry Ti'iWaThursday )
and Sol unlar, at $3 per annum in adrace:'if not paid
ad v nee. io.
The DAILY i mUi at K!,( Dollars. " " "
tSTIIE MONEY IX ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances 'of'tub'scriptious mar to maMe u'r isall at our
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No paper will be sent out of (he State unless the order is n;-
,enninanied with the cosh. " ' ''
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UNITED STATES KAIL LUfE.
TjmouGir ix i'ifty to i:iiTr-nvE nomis.
- New York anil Cuarltstoa Steam Prfskets.
T' KAVKSAilei'bVVlihn'eiiett'nrSaiunlay JTi,
I allcniuouaudufieh alt
On Saturday, .Jus. Ads
J. Iiickinxiii, Couiinindcr
Tlie Soutlierin-r. V. 1'oMer. Conimiuulcr. viU leave
. cjcIi alternate .Vedne.day. llaving been iicUy coppered
and gutfib raided, is now'iu coy)leic order. ' '
Por freiilildrrixware.liaviuir-eli-cantKialo Ilooin Acoom-
mojation. aimtratlieomccci ine -reiu,
. .CopieiEatt Uay anddMrs)iiy banes.
Uauuiu pa.'sage r,t;t-rosi.- 5--.
Jf 11 A new ship will be placedon tlie Line to connect
Vhhilie Jv-utliemeron Weilnevlays.'? f t feblt tnv
At the Sign of the Spread Eagle, College Street
JL kind ot
and Verandah llailin?. Jlv v.-oik will lie executed as well
aa any of that btiuighi trom the Eastern Cities, and at piiccs '
us low as tlie same .inicic can bo procured elsewnere.
. AH kinds of IKacb-mitli Woik at the si
lOilC'&i-iiuiiuu. 1JC '
i ....ir m,.- 1
imblic are ieiuesteil to rive uie a call
and cxam.ne mv mt-
Ictus and pr.ees. I will cnde.ivorto give (be utmost satis-
llctiDli. WlliLlAJL M'lnYAK J,
College Street, opposite the Kremeu"sJIal!,Xa.-livil!e.
DRS. C. K. & J. D. WINSTON.
OFFER tbeir sen icet to the citizens of Nashville and vi
oiuity in practice ol" Medicine ami Surgery.
Oillce on Cherry sli-eet,ncar the Rank of Tennessee.
lr. J. I. Winston's residence, the bou latelv ik-ciipiei
by Jlr. Aruitcad, on Vine street, butweeu Church and
VST Ki:Ci:iVi:i). A few of those fuicRUckSalin
iViitun Stocks. Apply j-oon.
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. FEAP.L & CO
7y OltTH-WKST corner ol" the Public So,uai e, near Plant
J ers' Rank, Nashville, Teuu.
J'. We uie drawing Siht Checks on all the principiil
cities of thelj'-t.Soutli and West at the lowest rjtcs. "in
fcuinsto suit purchasers.''
We buv all kinds of current and uncurrcnt Rant
Xoti" at moderate rates.
J-f" We buy South Carolina, Georgia aud Xorth Camliua
lank Xotes, nt aiery small discount. "
Jf" AVe will purchase Xew Orleans and Kentucky mon
ies at a fair premium.
We have Gold and Silver for sale will attend lo
collections -remitting on any jwint rciue-ted at Rank rales,
charge but percent, com missions.
J" WVniv takin; Ruikof liist Tcuncssea the same as
other Tennessee Rank Xotes. . ,janl7
HEADY, GCS1IAK & CO.,
Cattsn Factors ind General Comnissiou Kershants,
IfThey keep an OlBce in Tuscumbia, Ala.
S. FREXCH, Agent, Xas'oville, is authorized to I
ahe CASH advances ujion uhipmcnls of I'roduce to tb
ove linn. !
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA. .
v. f. luiuui. suDUoci: nAnnis.
Fowarding uud Comiuiosiou 31ercliant,
Forward with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities,or to anyjwiiit desire l, GOODS, PRODUCE AXD
MERC1I.VXDISE, of all desciiplinus, aud sell on commis
sion, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE. Thev also pur
chase to order GROCERIR, which can be Lougiit 011
most lavorabe (enns. in the Savannah market Tlirv solicit.
your patronage, aud pledge their utmost exertions to give
satisfaction. deciO Cm .
MAGNOLIA COTTON We are arciiN fir the i
sale of the ceWjratc-i MAflXOLl A-COtTOX SEED, 1
an article wliich several year- cvcriencc -ritli some of our
best planters has proveu'to be better adapted lo Middle Ten- !
ncssec (ban anv that was ever grown. Call ston or thev will .
aUbcoi!C " JOHNSON a SMITH, )
J. T. NATHURST i
ROttFEi: .IXI MAX UFA CTUIitill
Of Wtirttni Fire athl AYuUr Prff 0ifmHm.
I DEEM it unnecessary for me to say anything iu favor of
this mode of Roofing; the constant increase of its jmpu- ,
larity far the last seven yeans that it has been teslod in near- j
lyallparis of the Union, is Uie best cwdeneo of its utility- j
mid value. The roof shows tor itself
J-J'-Oilioeoii Spruce street, second door from Codar st,
in Moore's blH;k. lebJ ly
LH'i: lNSUJtAXCE. .
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPAXY, HART
FORD, CONNECTICUT. 1
Javis Dixov, Pies. Iluvnv L Mitxua, Scc'y.
r ; . t 1 r- .. . eidn ortn
ixsrnixo: on lives ol wiule perwmsou ino joini.sioci. j
and liiuiunl pi in.
Auw. Insurance on the live,
jan 13 f,m
ofNcgroc-, on rea's-Hiable
S. II. LOOMIS.
"1 ) IMIOVAL.RR. R. V,'. HALL lias removed, to the
Ik, olbi'aiid residence on Cheiry street, opposite Judge
Catruu's, iicarCiuiiehus A McCoiubs' Cabinet 'aieniuis.
AXDItEW J. OrNCAX,
n AS now instiw a fullstook of BRITISH, iFRENCIi,
GERM VX, and AMERICAN'
adapted to Ihepiosi-tit and aiinro-iehin-r season, and towhich
be will iinitiuue to
ivci-ne auditions uy fiery sicmicr
Black and oilored Silks;
Kiuict Di ess do;
Enibi'd and plain Suis;
Muslins and l-amis;
laubmideries and luces;
, G loves;
Linen aud Silk llilkfs;
Satin and Silk Vi-stings;
Silk and Satin Riblmiis:
ltUck Dress Goods;
French I'riui-d 1-awns;
Cloths and Cossimcres,
Uottoiiaues, Nankeens Kre
nlins, Chambii", Candcls,
Fancy Prints, RIaeL Prints, English and l'reuch 4-5 Chintz,
lileachel aud Rrouit Miuslins, Rleailied and Rnmn Drill
ings, Cjmbrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Oottons, Ac
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New Stile Bonne's, BibboiLs, Artilieial Flowers and
Wieaths, ltonnct Triiiimuig.', Ac.
Hats, Cups, lioots. Shoe , uud a general -sttxk of G.k-mIs,
whirl, lie is piojiared tootfi-r at the lowest prices upon libe
ral li-niis and rejiooitully invites the attention ol'i.K-rebauts
and Ihe tr.nlr generally. " , i
A.J. 1). is ngeiit for seionil large faciorii's,
anil M ill soon be lurgel) supplied with (heir
ooils. Nasliiille, Feb. J.i. ls.Vl.
"ATOTK'U. In coiiseijaenccof the Fireon Friday niom
JLN ing, we are compelled to suspend busiuess for soine
(iine, but will iMiniiieucu again as sm asueran pivciirea
s.utablebise, of uhicli due notice will be given. Iu tin
nieaiiiiiiic we hope our friends who :ue indebted lo us, and lo
Ewin, KnnvnA Co., will come Ionian! andsetlle up iiithout
delay, that wo may meet our own engigenieiils pioiuptli.
We can l fenud at No. 1 -on the .spiare John Njcliol's
We would also lake (hi occasion (o express our grateful
(batiks to those who have kindly favored us andour piede
cesors with their patronage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens, to who-s! exertions we atv mainly indebted for
what ofnur goods wt-ic saied, and to those kind friends who
sympathise with us in ourluss.
Ieb2 EWIN" BROTHERS".
PATENT CHOPPING MILL,
l'or Clionpiiig Corn or other Grain,
A i arftch trhu h rrrrif hortttir fdtoUM httt.
IT will grind, with one or iwn horse jtower, fiom fourto
tile bushels an hour eidicr lim-fur broad or coHrs" for
slixik and is so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve yean old can keen it in order and inn it. li is 'adaji
ted to either Steam, Water or Horse 1'oivcr.
llavingsiild tlweiitiro right of nuiiutactiiiing and selling
theaboie Mill, in Teiiiio.-ee, to Messrs. .1. B. Coan and A.
C llowaid, of Nashville, persons wishing to puichaso cm
mid them at J. M. Scabor's, on College street, where thev
Aiill be happy to take orders. ROSS A' JJ).UIS. "
( OLDE.V SVllbP.
1 nr. bbN ttolden Smin.
10 ht ' Sii'ar limine Moliws.
10 bbls Loaf Sugar,
r Cr'd. do,
Jnt received Irom St. Imis, and for s-ile lir
febiS SAMUEL SKAY
I1EK1UIAX S. SABOXI,
.Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music
TtRns. One Dollar n 1esson. piynblc murleily. U-tlei
addressed as above, will meet witn jirompt attention,
feb 2 lv.
,-STIt.VY ItEXTOX COCO V.-
)X COU.MV. Takuii up by 1).
in Civil District No,, ut, miles ,
BAY HORSilliif or lJi'KSnlls
J F. Rusliing. liiing i
North of Cani.li':i. one
big'i, eight or ten yeais old, left eye out, whito Kuldle'ipots'
i uhisback, aid iiuiksof gears on Irs lell s-houlde'r, left
1 jud ool while. Valued at $10. , .II, C, CAMP,
inayltf "Jt.i Jlangcr ol Beulou comity.
ate WodiiuMlay.v.jT-vi'TvF!. : upiiottctuo erali-laii, win lusnreon itmiiHitu.il pnn-
JlitIli;ili l.-w tuu-. u. jiviii j c iic . -luitiiiuuain uii .in, ,m iiii; , v.-iit-iii ,,aici iiiraui'si iiic
;:. 1 :
THE UNITED nSEffiOTS INSURANCE COMPANY 01
- , j . ITASEVHLE.
. .rii,.ido76oo d o Lf.ApJs:'t
,.. . -. .rtCliartcrcd by the State.'
rpH IS 'Company baring fully organized, is
jl. now roaurinuKc iisi;s on nil
ijlllt liriintluli' nr.acf Iijc rw .In,,., rrt. j Ki- tA. S.
fire, nbo against penis of (lie sea or iniandTiav'- U'?-rg '
lgaUmi. rljiK2ilio:is for insurance will be roeeited at the I
oilier 01,(116 Nashville Insurance andTnist Co, CollegaSt,
A. W Jul LXSON, President.
- J. S. DjiRintLL, Ses'y. . ' Nashville. Oci. -, l32..
COMMERCIAL .lKSTOAJJCE COMPANY.
' ''' - cuiKiSTON-, soma caeolixa..
j . Capital 50,000: All Paidiu., ,
T A apioi?cd A-cnt of the aW Company at
; 1 Nashville; and am fully prepared to take JIaniic, lure,
JJlirer'RisIs.aoa Hie tnt-t favorable terms. . ,
A lull statement of the solrency of (lit Company can be
! secni'tUieoHiec of theKashvdleJusiirau.ee and Tittst Com-
' lianv. on Co!li-! sirvet-
j sopis . JOHN S. I)ASHlELIAgcnt.
.THE HOTITAL PHOrXCTIOX INSUSAIICS COKPAKY
OF NASHVILLE, TEIfKESSEE. f
kFFlCE on Ceilar Street, a'tioinnic lliel'ost Otlice. and
Ilaijnlshf liilaiul Xavigatiou and tlie Oalies of Vessels uf
ewrr decrliititn aciiust tbtS 1'rriN of tlie Seas and Kivers.
Al, tbe ljejt of peixms in jKd healt'i, for a single year,
Hir a tcrilj 61' years, or during life. Also, 1'ank- Xotes traiu-
j All. iH'.rson's having their lives or property insured in this
I Iiis'itulion, ale entitled to a full participation in all the prut
' ils, uiilrfnitilnv liability to loss bevond tlie amount of IVe-
luiunis uhich thev may pav.
' ' if. S. riIX?IIKn, President, .
J. 11. JOlIXiOX, Vicel'icsidenL
C. .T. T. VnvirrON-, Fecietarv. 1 janl
TEJOJESSEE MASINE AND EIRE CISUllANCE COS
PAIi Y. - CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFIQK on the Xorth side of the Public Square, midirar
lietweea the Xashiille Inn and tbs Planter-.' Hank.
Tlicy uilliua'keinoUi.uiceoii Ilou-es and (joods of every.de'
scriptioii aauiit fins; on Su"auiboals and C uo apain-t fire
ami incnt ol tnenver; on tlie Cargo ol leel Uoats ana
..ii... r, I..
t, . , ... m , ,, j , '
JlKtrjt Vaci, Secretaiy.
DiREi.Tor.s.--Alex. Allison. John 51. Hill.' F. R. Fixnr. O.
j M. Fogp, .James Coney, Jno. JI. R.is, Josep'a AVoo-l, Sain-
j ucl Seay. iliitihew Watson, J. J. "While, Jacob JIcGavock.
THE STATE I-IUTUAL FIRE All" CE C0.: OF PA.
A. j. uilutt, U'c'v. J. n. liiTimitronn, rres.
Cajiilal 23O,t)t)0 !
OJUron. Ceiirirt,or.r lie Jfal'v-U l'rfi'.eclhm Inn Co.)
VII.L bike jire lisks in limited ainounls fturilv or
j comitry mperty. Policies Issued and Losses ad
justed and inetattlio ol'iice in Xashville.
ReiuitxcES J. Ii y, 1'
Jt. V omegevs, Ca!iicrot . nil. Kanky
AVi DeniiTc A Sons
Rev. Alexander Campbell, Reihanr. A a.
Patrick k Riand, Rankers, Pittsburg.
"W. II. HurrOiigh, lrrhig House, Xew York
G. W. Copc'en, Cincinnati.
J01IX G. FERGUS0X
Nashville, Februarys, lS"n Cm
iwiwiwm u ii i fwBM 1 1 1 1 1 iii i miii m fwwm
NASHVILLE STEAM MAEELE "WOEKS.
MAnKETST..O-l-Os:Tr. J01IKS1S A UOnXK'sTODUXO WAEEnOCSE,
NASHVILLE, TEXX. . .
ZTurlJe Wareroohiialficl fUinl Corner of SttiAmer and
Spi'i.ij St, erf s.
TTAVJXG made extensive cnlargemenls in hit Murb'a
1 1 V, orks, mv facilities aiesuch that 1 can execute all
kiiuKofwoik in She most tasteful manner and the latest style.
j as cheep as It can be do-v iu any cf the Eastern Cities.
! Ry ca'ilingat myWaie-nxims; on the coincrof Spriugand
1 Simmicrstieets, speciineus may bcscen which will enable
' poi'soiii lojudge for theniselre. which is the best metl.ml.
Having on Land ail Kinds ot jiaiuie irom lieasi lenncs-ee.
AIm). a line assortment of Egviitiati, Italian and American
, Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale andie
' tail.linishedorin Uie rough state.
A large assortment of Mo-.tacxTS, Tovns, Baitisual
I ForxTs, Uux-?, Vses, Uahdex Fiti' ins, Gkavi; Stoxes, Ac.,
Cirvedaud lettered tu older. 1 ciixitcbg Maiible cvecutel
j 10 order and sent to ar.y part of thcouth-West as cheap as
! it can bepiocnred from the East AI-o, Marblk Maxtkls,
' i.f every description, plain or curved. Bcitntxo Sroxu, sold
I Wt.olc.jie anii Ketait
Allor.lers led at mt Wsre-Rnomsonfhe corner of Spring
1 and Summer s'rei-ts. v, iii meet with prompt attention. My
j friends gencrollv will fmd it to tbeir interest to call andcx-
amine iuv stock before pin chasing elst-wlici e. Thankful to
my old friends and customers fur their liberal patrouajrc, I
hope la- strict attention to business to meriUa continuance
yfthe r fft-ors. JAMES SLOAN,
(au-per of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville.
TEUI.K3, VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
7"R have just received abrge and line as
VV soitment of Trunks, Carpet Rags and
Valises, eoneisliug of S-le, it.ig and Kin
Leather Traveling Trunk and Valines, nlsoof Saxonv
tells. "Wilton and common C.iriM-t Rags.Vlsicii we willsellat
low i-rices. R. S. ROLLINS A CO,
Comer of College unit Union sts, Nashville.
ABO. -I will pay theabove reward
jiei-son or persons, as a premium
above the maiket iirice. for one thousand Laud Wat rants.
of the de:ioiii';n-ilioi.s of :;, s-j and4o acres. I will pur
chase single warrants ol cither denomination.
" " R. H.BROCKV.'AY
Boom over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, ?d door
toi.tlii.1 t4ii i iti.XaEhvillc. octlt ni27.
FUEtlTUEE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH,
LrT""IIE subsciiber ha ju-t retun:ed from the
I t j,-!. ninl is rtfnl:.iillv iriiin mt. kiniis i.f ff
KURXJTURE, CAltl'ETlNti, Ac His slock :tt
presejt consists of almost oi'iry article in bis line of bu-i-nes-,
and asexteusivfl as any in the city. Purchasers would
do well to call, as, be is delermined to sell low lor cash or on
tone fur approved paper. A. PATTERSON',
maiclil.) College neai Church street.
thorough bred Jack, MARIXGO MAM
MOTH, direafiom Kuntuckv. will make
Iin lust season in 'lennessee at taoev Minngin
Manhall county, fie miles Ltlow the fishing ford in Duck
Rner, at th"uty-fic 11011.111- iusaiunce and hfty cents groom
fis-. Jennets sent fiiro a distance will lie pistiucd gratis,
1 ninl gram fed, if required, ut liflv cents per week. He is
I foil lil'icen hands two and a half 111cl.es high, good honest
measure, uuusually large buiic, and heavy; black, willi
. inealr uo-e. He ha -the form, size, color and blood to re
commend him higidv to iho-e who WL-h to improve their
j slock. We consider him the master Jack of Tennessee.
For lurjl.er particulars, sou baud bills.
j jnareh ll-stui KNIGHTA WII.OX
' 11. c. CAurm. wji. ti i;i:v. J. c. duv
i . CAUirTJI, TEIIKY i DEW.
DEALERS IH HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
' ' 131, -JZirlet M.mJ 2 ilerchtnt ., J'nLiJ.i,ia
j fapril.', ly.
i i)B. .1. Vi . GB AY.
' Office in KcCoinbs' Nsw Building, on Cherry Street,
MUiiirti JJdidti ict ind Uumu
I declt 12m lUsuinssch Sewxlk.
I SCAIS, VEIGinS, CASTINGS. &c,.ac;
JUrfT lectned Platliirni Sc-jlcsto weigh " lSu'O lbs.
do do do 1200 ItiS
do do do 700 lbs.
! do do do 100 'lbs.-
1 Counter Scales. Tra Scales.
Extra sets of Weights; luo lb weights,
Caldrons, 7i, CO Sind U2 Gallons.
Sugar Kettles of all sizes.
English Pols from 1 to It, Gallons.
1 Toa Kettles ol all sizes.
Do, fur Sloies.
I Cupper Toast, 1 s, with wire cylinders.
Enameled Sauce Pans olnll sizes and best quality.
Turned Sauce Pans and l Yving Pans, of all sizes,
aprilo , SNOW' MACKENZIE A CO.
i PAEL0R GRATES. .;
TUST received a few patterns of elegant Paiiloh GriVTrs,
for which on account of theii beauty and Mijierior nun
uf.ietme, baie i-eceiied pri?esat the Northeni Exhibilions.
' These are the handsomest Grates that have eier been
1 otbred lor sale in Nashville
I airib! SXOW. MACKENZIE A CO.
MYERS & McGILL.
I PU1LL-I1S IX l.VFRV OESCnilTIOV OP
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
I On O'Of 'e ttrtet, onr dojr Suiifti if the Squm e.
"V7"irE B V. may be found at all timesa large assort
V r metit of Winchester's, Davis A June's, A Myers'
Patent Shoulder Seam, Shuts, of Linen, Muslin with' Lin
en Rosoiils, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
, l'yiTin Collars, Undenvcar, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cash
' mere, Yigouia Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and genUeinen, Gents Cloth Gatters, (! loves, Kid and
, Silk, Ruck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Xorma,
Cutf Gloit's, iuid Indies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Sdk Handkerchiefs, Stoeks, Tics, Watcrfords," Albert,
, Do John die's, pf-in, Eiiib'd and self-adjusting, Cravats
I Scufs, Jtlack aim While Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, ,-5ill Wtf'lcn and Cot ion Night Caps, Oil Silk Rath
ing Caps lor I-aiiles and Gentlemen. Monsv, Riding and
Strengthening I Soils, It.ibe de Chainbre. Unibrellas, Walk
ing Cues, Hiding hips, 'flunks, Sole Leather, Valises,
j Carpel B.igs, Satchels, liiytsuig Cases, Work Rijs, Toi
, Tets, Ojntin Gl.isscs, Porte Monies, Fans, Writing Desks
i Cigar Oases, Basks, TravjlKtig Companions," Kazois and
j Razor Stroiis, Comb', i!ruhes, Good year's (Irmi Goods.
Cei'IUMtTy. -imlet Uittks, 1 iK&ct i ntlcry, .Vc, and
a large assnrtiiiont of other articles, luually kepji by Fur
WebaveutadcitTaiigcmciiiwitli our friends at the
Xotth to fonvnrd its Goods as soon as twivcl by them,
therefore ne shall bai i gilods here iu !esthan tea davs.
fmiu the New l ork Custom Ho-.ic.
. ', ,- ; J.MYKRS A McGlLL'3.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door tiouth of the
j t sV ltECi:i ED
f and opening his Snriu"
T. J. Hough is now receiving
aud Suinmer stock, couslstin.ir ot
exfltm it?., fnnsit vdiiet,- mwl nf
latesls stiles Alsi. n snni'niirliiti.f Itmul v Tliiilo't'loll,.
'thing,' and Gentlemen Is Funiisliing Goixls to all ,f vliiclt
he iTmfej lhc attentinnof bis friv'iijs'aad thepublie gener-cl1::-
', , I'nro T. J. HOUGH.
JOHNSON & SMITH, "
Dealers in Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving and For-
warding Merchante, Steamboat Agents,', be.,
aprill i DKOADWAY; .NASHY1LI.E.
BAD. STU.UT0X. o. r. sunn. A. VT. J01IXS0.V.
STBATT0N, SITJTH & Co.,
"Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants.
(Xrittr Broad and JfirM Slrtt!,
HAV1XG disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart
ment of our business to Air. .JIadisox Stuatton', tlie
same will fnom this date be conducted under the style of
STUATTON, SJUTH & Co.atouroldtaud,ont!is comer
of Market aud Rroad streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept so by largo acccssicns
every few davs, to which we invite the attention and fo
ficit a .all from merchants in the country .as well as city
dealers, being determined (o sell as low as any Iionsc iu the
city. Ourtenns cash and cash onlv.
. apr 1, 1802. J0IIXS0X & SMITil.
EAHAGE '& CHURCH.
"Whclesalo and Setail Dealsrs in Pools, Shoes, H&ts, i
Caps, Trnnks, ValiiCS and Carpet Bags,
College STRtET, Xasuvillk, Tkxx.
Cotton and Tobacco Dealeironyarditig and Conmissicn
ocl3 y.VSIIVILLE, TEXX.
k. j. uoaius. tiios. . stkattc .
M0EIIIS & STEATT0N,
(Srcctssoia to Ijixilk, Mokru Si Co.,)
Cammission ccd Forwarding Merahanta and VThtl tie
' ' Grocers,
Comer of Jirlrf and CljrkStretU,Xti'hcillf.
"TTTE have- now in stoie a large stock of Grocericf, Li
V V quors, Wines, etc, which will be sold at the lot est
mai Vet prices, for cash or barter. P1 1
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
B i:JA3IIX 1 Sllir.hVS & CO., having per
manenilv located theinseh-es at X'ew Orleans, oflbr their
I scrvicesas Commission and I'onvnrdiiigIcrcliant s
j mill C.uncrul Agents, and solicit consignments of all
i kinds ol" Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
J and will giro satisfaction to all who mav entrust their'inter
) est to their care. Proceeds of sales will bo invariably held
sacred and promptly remitted. '
1'. s. hxtensivc arrangements made tor tne receiving ana
fonvarding ofevery species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges at this point Orders for Groceries and Iiisuri
nice Risks, with lbs collection of Rills, Drafts, Ac, attended
to without delay. REXJ. F. SHIELDS A CO.
BEN. St. NOEL & BE0.,
Grocery and Coinmissioii, Kecciriug aud
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liqnon,
1 T 1QUOUS AXI) TOBACCO.
4i0 bbls Sam Hale's' Whisky; 100 bbls Oralis Whiskv;
0 bbls Old Moiiongahela do CO" Rronn's I) Ddo;
30 " American Brandy; 40 " " b M ine,
SO ' Old Port Wine; " 23 " X E Rum;
5 ys Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 00 Rackets Cbampaigne;
0 boxes of Licber's Ginger and Rsspbciry Rrandies;
,12 Pijtes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
30 bxs Gu3 Jones' Tobacco; JO " Walker's Ale;
!0 " 1 oung A Birdewell s do 20 bxs Allison s lobacco;
23 " PMBocrzNol do;
80 ' Fennel's
20 " u " Gold Leaf do
10 " R. Daily's do
10 " EnJer's do
5 " S E White's do
In store and for sale bv
lo " Feuix's
20 " Missouri
10 " Sam Wools 3's
5 " Rend A Nash's
REX. M. XOEL A RRO.
230 bags Prime Rio Coffee;
50 " La-ruavrado:
23,00'") Imported Cigars;
30J bbls Reboiled MoIxses;
halves do do;
30 hbds choice Sugar;
500 bags tine Salt;
300 kegs Oysters;
500 cans do;
SoO bbls St Louis Mills Flour;
loo ' Cincinnati do;
3' "J kegs Nails assorted;
200 boxes Glassware, ass;
50,000 Melee do;
10 frails SS Almonds;
10 tierces Rice;
5 ceroons Indigo;
2 casks Dutch Madder;
20 bbls Copperas;
0 bags Pepper;
15 " Spice;
C'jO reams Wrap. Pajier;
too lbs Kanawha Salt ;
20 kegs Shot and Lead;
100 iloz. lirooms;
23 bbls Golden Syrup:
20 bbls Mackerel;
RO bbls and half bbls Crackers:
.10 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
300 boxes and half boxes Raisins;
Just leceiied and for sale by BEX. M.XOEL A BRO.
ANTED. A Tew thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
which we will give the highest maiket price.
feblO BEN. M. XOF.I, A BRO.
LOT fronting 31 feet on lower College st.; running back
lvtSi'ect. Two bouses on the lot, which rent for 216
a year, price &00.
"Lot 32 feet on Franklin Turnpike, in Preston Hay a' addi
tion. ALSO, 200 acres of laud in Smith county, 3 miles from
J-ebjiion. For fertility the laud cannot be surpassed, being
principally creek bottom, about 100 aci es cleared andiu u
high state of cultivation, the balance finely timbered.
The improvements consist ol a good frame dwelling, ne
gt 0 houses, bam, stables, Ac, and Saw and Grist Mills, and
Caidiiig Machine, constructed to run cither by steam or
ALSO, Cl acres of land in Edgefield on (he Gallatin
Turnpike, opposite Mr. R. Houston's lot. There is on the
I lot a goad lraine bouse, Kitchen, negro houses, Ac.
1 A1.SO, 4S acres of land 011 Spnngtield road, 14 miles from
A I.SO, 32 acres of land adjoining the property of W. R.
Al50, 7 acres of laud on the Noleusville Turnpike, splen
AI.S0, As acies ol land, 4 miles from the city; on the Rail
ALSO, (lie large Rrick Warehouse on College street,
known as the Port Roval Mills DqKit.
ALSO, 230 acres of land iu Sumner county, near Castilian
ALSO, a tract of land in Sumner counlr. on Cumberland
' river, containing l'.'O acres, known as the Sumner Paicr
Mills; the buildings were erected forapaper mill, and are
I w ell constructed lor that purpose. Price $3,0u0.
t AlSO, 3 acres of ground in Edgefield, opposite the prop
I crty of Gen. S. R. Anderson.
AIjSO, a finely improved lot next to Mrs. Polk's, front
. ing ss feet on Vine street, 140 feet deep.
A1.SO, 1 acre and '.' poles of ground ucar the Stale Hospi
tal improvements, good.
AlisO, a lot on corner of Gay and McLcmore streets, with
a good brick bouse containing 5 looms.
AI.SO, a very desirable form lo miles from Nashville,
rear the Franklin Turnpike, containing llS'r acres, rood
lory Wick dwellings and otuer improvements on tlie
A I50. a large fine brick house on Vine street, between
Church and Bitud streets, the lot fronts 40 feet oa' Vine
AI,SO, 2,000 acres of land on the old Springfield road, 17
other necessary buildings, and also Steam Grist and Saw
ALSO, a large brick house on Church street, neartheDe- '
pot, contaiiiing 1 1 rooms, besides kitchen and other liecessj. .
y buildings. Thebousois well coustruclcd Tor a boarding
AIJSO, a small brick bouse, 3 rooms on Locust alley, near
ALSO, a double f encmcnt, S rooms each on Crawford St,
aboie High stieet
AIjSO, -m:i acres oflaud in Sumner county, one mile from
Gallatin. The improvements arc 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,
aprill 3 Xo. ,10 Cherry street.
Kicli airing' Goods.
W. A. A: J. G. JIcCLELLAXD,
Xo. ao, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE receiving and now owning their Stock of SPRING i
AXD Sl'fMER GOODS; and, iu extent aud variety,
it is decidedly the most attractii e thev have ever opened. '
They would call the attention of purchasers to the following,
Willi many oUier Goixls not enumerated :
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silks ;
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Berages, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Brilliautcs;
Rich Organdy Muslins;
1 " French Chiutz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 (o 50 cents;
, Valencicunc Laces and Iiisertings, Star Point Laces, Va
lencieutie and Muslin Collars, Cuffs and Dimity Bands. Jac
oiiett and Linen Flounces, Mourning ltobes, Plain Mourning
I and Traveling Collars.
lFn'EX AXD DOMESTIC COODS.
I I Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine Bird's Eye Diapsr, Huckaback and Medicated
i Towels, Ioice and Muslin Cm tains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, Ac, Ac
i The most beautiful Spring and Summer ManUcs ever
I opened in Naslivillo. Also, Silk forMautles.
i WHITE GOODS.
Mull N'ansook. Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked -Jace-
' nctts, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
, HOSIERY, RI11B0XS, FAXS, Ac
Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
I Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Bibbons,
Bonnets, F-ns, Mitts, Kid Gloves.
Alpacas, Challeys, Black and Plaid Silks Black Crapes,
I RcragCs, Ginghams and Musling, blue Rept Silks, without
lustre. Mourning Collarx. and Sleeves.
I FOR MEN AXD BOYS.
( Cloths, Cassinicres. Cottonadcs, Drillings, Summer Coal
ings Lisle Thread Shirts, Liuen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotton Half-
I Hose, Ac, Ac
We will take great pleasure in showing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will be able lo offer Filch induccirents, as it
reiirds style and prices, as to be conceded bv all.
W. A. A J. U. McCLELL'.ND.
Nashville. March 29, 1S33.
CURREY & MARTIN. -
NEW AXD FRESH ARRIVALS BY
...tiCUPEY 4: XARTIN.
C1TEMIS 7 8 '.I XD J H ITG'G If Ti,
No, 55, CXIOX STCTET, NAS'JVUXE, TILVX.
SODA lVATEIt. As warm weather is approaching
we have titled up a new our Soda Founts, and are pre
pared to dispense as pare arid as root Soda Water, as any
other house in the city. Ours shall be the ni jinn ultra fount.
The svrnps are all made of the fiuest qiulity.and most deli
cate lfavor. We slull bo liappy to receive the patronage of
our citizens and of strangers visiting the city.
sOar Soda FounU will not It open on the HilhUh.
CURREY k MARTIN
april ?2 NO. S3 Union st reet
! AJEV AltltlVALS. Racsuia, Counter, Paint, PuinT
i X crs' Duslcrs, Gilders' Tips, Rader Grainers; Hearth,'
hxtra Floor, ljunip lirusbes, Clamp Sci ubsj I'opes' Heads
for Windows; Rottlc and vial, together with all other varie
ties, just received and for sale low bv
ap23 CURREY i JURTIX, Xa 55 Union st.
fi ALE'S CELEIJltATJ'D liAKUElt SO APS.
' T 111 doz bars iust receivrrl liv
CURREY A MARTIN",
1?OH KATHIXC Ruth Rells, Ikilh Gloves, Rath
JL1 Brushes and Rath Sponges; just received bv
ap-'S UL.UIibl it.H.Mtll.i.
SELECT rOWJOEILS, Of IUsucll, MEmuciT I
Ruli AVcliave just received an additional supply of
these pureaud una-JulteraUd medicines, which are efpccial
ly recommended lo the attention of physicians. We are al
so supplied with
Powers Weightman's Chemicals;
Tilden &Co's Extracts;
Heuning's English Extracts:
Mander, Weaver Mandcr a Cheraicals;
Thoma.' Extracts, Ac.
All of which arc warranted pure and nomine. The Pre
scription department of our establishment is supplied ex
clusively with lhec pnre and unadulterated medicines.
I3jf Ao adulterated V:
findaplacein ourstorc. CURREY A" MARTIN".
I7LOWEU SEEDS. 1CO0 papers or rare and select
' Flower Seeds, just received per express from Philadel
phia. Many of these scads have just been imported from
Europe, and arc entbely new to our western gardens.
Also in store, a large and fresh (warranted) supply of
Garden Seeds. CURKEY A MARTIN,
march2i No. 33 Union street.
DE. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
71te Remedy ocr all KetnidU for Vie l)Utie of the lArer
Diipepia, FJjrjemenl and IirjUtmafica. of the Sjdeni
Jfair&urnt, GAie FUUlenee, Piles, Conttirpal'mn, all
diieatet of the Mmreh, ind euth diieaH'i at arUe from a
disorderd ttate of the Stomach, Licer or J!otcl, at
Scrofula and Soret of any kiml. For G'lvral DeoilUy,
from which. Zadiet frequently lujfer, Uiere u not tie
equal in tlie tchole Malena JJedita.
riMIE inventor of this prepara'lon was for three years s
JL completely prostrated bum Dyspepsia and inactuitvol j
the Liver tliat he was frequently for eeks ut a time unable to I
raise himself from Ins bed. lie sought aid from pbvsicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless bv thousands, aud it was bv accident that be sue
cecded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med
icine, his success in such cases has been uurivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing lluonglitlie press of bis own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as showu ly the certificates which have been
I subjoin the certificite of Prof. M. Gabbeet, of Memphis,
Turn, with whom I often advised during the time ot uiy
Mtitrnif, Tenn, April 17, 1352.
I hereby certify that I liave been acquainted with Dr. J
X. Bledson and some years ago bo was reduced I CeLeve
lower than I have ever seen anyone tluit aflerwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspcpsiaand Liver aflection,
aud after frying theprescriptiousot many Physicians in this
as well as other couutries, without reliefhe finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. 1).
Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We
feel satitfied it will sustain the character we give to it iu this
Huxtsville, January 12, 1S52.
Da. Bledsoe: I take the libert v and fell it to Le my duty
to recommend to all tersons suffering from discase of the
stomach and bowels, vour Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son.agel l.lyears, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dvspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
eluded to tn- vour Alterative, tw 0 bottles of which, l" believe,
eutirely surcdhim. MICAJAU CAYCE.
IICXTSVILLEj Oct 17, 1S32.
Dr. Blkdsoc Some time has elapsed since I gave a cci
lificate that my wife liad been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to
thejmblic, that my wife had for three or fiur years been
subject to the woist kind of spells cf cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. 1 had tried cf several wbcm I thought to be
Uie best physicians in the place and a great many diflercu
medicines, "with momentary reucf. Being persuaded to try
your alteraiiie compound, I did to and I am happy to sav
tt... : 1 . .: ,.. ' ... , , .1 t , , j , 1-
mai li una i-mirvi) cuivu ocr; auu 1 wouiu cuusoeimoury
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liver and dyspepsia. X. B. ROBERTSON".
HtXTsviLLE, Sept 29, 1151.
Dn. Rledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my dul v le say lo the public, that
1 had been for years subject to spells cf Cramp Colic, in its
worst form ; tliat I had tried ahnost every tliiug that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any tiling tlut would cer
taiuly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which tias
1 clieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Coixtt, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1851.
De. Bledsoe: I feci that I should faU short of my duty
ioyouaud totho-e who are afilicted, were I not to further
recommoud your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved :n. so (hat I baie not had cause to take anything iu
(wo months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever sutrer Irom dyspepsia again I sliall be sure to
coll on you. I am i ery rcsiiectlullv vour friend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.
HrxTsviLLE. Ala, August 24, 1831.
This is to certifv, that I bad suffered for many years with
Dysjiepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without mv receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Comjiouiid, which cured me soundly, aud I recommend it
because of the same liappv effect upon others of mv acquaint
utice. ' . JOSEPH CAROTHERS.
HcxtsVille, Ala, March 3, 1552.
De. Bledsoe Sin: Judging fiom the ccitificates jou j
have already advcrlisetl, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further cvideuco in legard (o the healing virtues of
your ComiKiund; but I must sav, that for years I stifi'ered a I
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen, i
and thought that f never would recover. I comtnenced tak- ;
ing yourcouiiKiund about nine weeks since, and have gained ,
25 or 30 iKiunds, and feel about as well as I ever did. I
HENRY J. G0FF. !
i ne aoove meuicine is jorsoie iu ci ery ii-ug atore in
the citv, and most of the ton us i
DERSllOTT. General Agent, fi
"or wholesaleing the med-
icine. -ST"I'rice il perpiiit Bottle.
uovlt, Ivd tr
" s.-ir ir r ivr
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR.
5PEC TFULLY announces to the citizensof Nashvill
and vicinity, that be has returned again after a resj
deuce of foiuteeu vears in the South, aud peroianeutlvlii.
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Wasl
ingtonand Pcail streets, where be may at all times be fount
Dy those who may wish to consult mm.
"lie basin his "possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing eases of the following diseases, lie Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Bheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, llemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other llejnorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases "of Chil-.
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During bis residence iu the South, be attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from bis much experience in the Medi
sssion and the degree of success that has attended I
s heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage !
of the sick aud afilicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WJL McIANE.
ISAII Lettei-saddresscd.post-paid, to South Nashville.
JOSEPH P. DUNT0N,
Fancy aud Staple Dry Goods House,
Xo. 51, PuUic Square, Xaheille, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large and well assorted Stuck of the
most desirable goods of the season, embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap Goods.jWbitc Goods of all kiiids.Ioices and Embroide- 1
rics, French Jaconetts, Lawns aud Cambrics, Bareges, ,
Barege de Lames, linlliaiitities; a variety ol other Dress
Goods, Hosiery of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions, Hard
ware,etc Looking Glasses,a large variety ol Guns and Pis
tols, besides a great variety of Trimmings and every descrip
tion of Goods, to which be now submits Uie insjiection of
Merchants of the city and couutry trade, to which stock will
be added daily, desirable goods from the East Merchants
generally, are" iuvited to examine my stock and compare
prices with that ot oilier bouses in the trade
feb 23 J. F. DUNTOX
SODA WATEB Al'I'ABATUS, for manufac
turing, draining andbtttlleiiuj, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions forits use, by
COEXEIt OF FIEST AVEXUB AXD'ti" REET,
Opposite Bellerue, New York
The onlv establishment devoted cxcluavelv tq the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, Ac, in the United.
Stales, and where may be found a large assortment ofevery
article connected with the business, including Matemds, Ac
jan 27 Sm L"stahlisiild 20 Ykaus.
D. S. A W. H. WOODWARD.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid to fiiliiur orders Ouicc, over the
store of W. T. Smith A Co, No. C"3 Magazine street,
Oct. 3. 1832 Sin Xew Orleans.
TT3IUBELLAS-300 Gingham and Whalebone Um-
I I la-nil... inn P..Hnn '
S. V ui
brelbis. 100 Cotton.
Received and for sslcby
A. MORRISON & CO.
HAEDWAT.E AlH) CDTLEP.Yr'
I'ALL & Cl'NNINGIIAai,
No. 47j Collecc Smucr, NAsnrit.tr, Tcoc
ARE now in receipt of tbeir entire stock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY for tho Spring Trade, and in calling
ihe attention of the merchant of Middle and East Tenuis
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to theirlargc and varied
assortment, they feel couGdcnt that it will compare favora
bly with that ol any House in anv country, aud when the
item of Traa.sp91tat.ion is .considered, it will he found that
telf-intercit should prompt all dealers in this section of the
coulitry to encourairea home market.-
mi - , . -. . , ...
and Farmers visiting Xashville to their assortment of Tools!
.iney aiso mviie me aiumnonoi isiacxsmitlw, Carpenters
rannmgimpicinenis-.aca Unrestoctofw uclithevnlirnr
1 they always
, "1 1 - - " . -rf
Keep on naau.
leatlten. G',ntenn-aaA lienmaj-. taken at'the bio-best mnr.
kct prices in etchangc for goods, or in pavmcnt of debts.
'THOU HAST A CHAEKED CUP 0 ! FAME
'Liketo the Ponticsex
Whose icy current and compulsive course
Ne'er let 's retiring. ebb, but keeps idue oa " '
To the Pit.pontick and the ITel!esloilt.",
Sotlieundingfanjc. bright as the "bfaziv of sunot halnx
o'er the lamvt jroiv'd," deservedly cccoide.1 to those Truly
lortunatc aud well knowu Exchange and Lottery Brokers, j
1 V FEIl At CO., llatimore, 3W.
Will "keep duo on," nntil their popularity extends from tho
"icy Cajies of Labradore," to tho searching sands of Nubia's
Desctt, and until the Ucsannas of 3 Umverse extol their
name in one prolonged shout tint shall frighten the re'gn of
chaos, aud startle scared echo from liercaverncd sleep. "In
lazy apatby let stoics toast."
The grateful praise dnlyieccived from every section of
the country, from tbose w bo have been snatched from the
. r .1.. :.. t. . 1 . . .: - .t- . . c. ,
lopular Lotiery Agents, is the only reward they covet for
devoting their energies to the public's service; lo them "praises
are wages." The immense amount of good that PYFER&
Minium itc.-i'au ui incuiiuriiiircuurisoiincseiar-iamiMAnii
& Mi. ine lruiy lairicy ana tar-lamca 1Kten- Agents, No.
1 L'ghtStreet, Baltimore, Md. Haye accomplished bv pre
senting' to thj public v.ontklij a schedule of unsurpassed
schemes of Zez, and lictpiont.ble Lottcrie.
In piesenting to our numerous correspondents throughout
the country our very brilliant and elegant schemes for the
month of .May, we enjoin those, whose exjiectations were not
fully realized in April, in thehngiuge 01 the Poet, to
'Attempt the eml, and never stand to doubt r
Nothings so hard, but search will liml it not ''
READ THE RESULT OF PERSEVERANCE
Inpackageof WholcTickcts, theRrilliant Prize of 30,- t
210, in Grand Consol. Lottery of Maryland, Class No. 1, was j
sent per mail tq an old correspondent" in Virginia. j
f2o",000, inpackageof llalresseuttoSouthCaiolina. !
SIS OOll nn.wl-'tin.r.riV'lin'o T."nl-..j c.,l I:.. '
f 11.000, iii jiackage or Wholes Tickets, sent lo Georgia.
??,000, in package of Halves, seat to South Carolina.
$20,00o, in package of On irters, sent to Temies-ee.
?12,oijo, iu jwekageof lbilf Tickets, sent to Ohio.
$S,O0Oiu package of quarters, sent to North Carolina.
$5,000, inpackageof Wholes scut to Xorth Carolina.
Jf-Rc sui e to address for a handsome Prize,
PYFJRR & CO.
Xo. 1 Light ttreet, JJallbnore; Marylmd.
Splendid Schemes for Jlay, 1853.
PTThe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, are given below.
Price of Price of
7 s Xos.
1(! 5 of 12,000
'"Drawings fonrarded to Correspondents by the first
mails afier the lotteries are drawn.
"Correspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There Ls a large per centage-in favor of those pnrcliascrs
whooi-derby the Package, and (he chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes iu the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets In every in
stance. E3?"Dank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at P FKR CO'S.
JTReinember A I'ACKACSof Tickets, can drawrorn
of Uie most splendid prizes in a scheme.
fS"In order lo secure a Fortune, and the cosh immediate
ly after the tesult is known, the readers of this pajier have
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab-
lishcd, farfomediuid truly fortunate Exchanpeand Lottery
Brokers, Pi FEB A CO,
apnl 2'J im no 1 htgut street, liauiniore, jui
"VfOTICE is hereby givento all those indebted to Ebcxe
LN 7ei: FisK, deceoed,intestile, tq corne forwanl and make
payment and toall having in jiossas-ion any of the goods
and chattels of said deceased, to deliver them ; and all ihose
having claims against said deceased to piesent them proper
ly authenticated, bv the loth davolJuuc next, orthev will
be forever barred. ' D. li CLA1R0RXE,
march 11 Smtrw Administrator.
S IK." Alt. 2b0 hbds Sugar, now landing from steamca
America.and for sale bv MORRIS A STRATTOX".
CIIABLES W. S3IITII,
BOOKSELLER AND STATI0NEI
XO. 51. CoLLLGE StKELT.
SCHOOIj, Iaw, Medical Religious and Miscellaneous
Books, Also, Blank Books and Stationery, at lowest
? Country Merchants, and School Teachers supplied on
the. nwist f'iriiisilitf. Irnns. Nnhvilhv T,-nn.. t,-!,.
Nashville, Tenn., teb.
"TlrST BECEIVED. A superior assortment or sea-
t) sonahle ;ieiiily Jlatlc Clotlaug, consisting ot
Black Cloth Frock Coats; Black Drap d'Etat Sacks;
Colored " " " " " punts;
" " Sacks; Fancy Cassimere do;
BafT, white and figured Marseilles Vests,
r And a variety ot other clothing, embracing a fine and
elegant assortment. T. J. llOUGH,
JIACCREGOIt. X. E. ALLOWAT, J. BAXSIILAD.
MACGEEGOE, ALL0WAY & CO.,
C0 3I3IISSIO X 31 1: B C II AX T S ,
55 St. CnASLLS Street; (third Store above St Charles Hotel,)
X- E- AI.LOWAY A CO, Nashville, Tenn, arc at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
ments to us. seplS
ILV3IACE AXD CIIUBCII
Wholesals and EetaH Dealers"in Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Vallises and Carpet Bags.
Xo. 42, GMsije Stre ', Xatheille, Tennee.
A RE constantlv receiiing direct from the best Eastern
XJl. Manufactories, a great variety of hxdiee ami Gentlr
meit't ltoot and Stoe. of the htU't SlyL, suitible for
Ctty or Country lrade, wlucli are ottered ivrjr for bv ,
II 6'iyert are invited to examine our Stock before piirchas-
ng, marchfj RAMAGE A CHURCH.
IRA A. STOUT,
COACH 31 A X VF A C T II BE B ,
No. 5 Clack Street, Nashville, Texx,
Xextdoor to IL S. FrencKt Grocery VTareltoust, and op
iioeife Mvrr 'u d: Slrnltoi.'t
A LL kinds of carriages for sale, with liarness r"",K,
c to suit. All work sold by me is made at tya-4f
the Clai k Street Manufacton". and warranted, and will b
sold on as good Tenus, lor Cash or good notes, as any work t
made Xorth or East. I
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to rcair may rely on getting it when i
promised. All orders promptly attended to. iuari,i.
PHILIP SCHIEFFELIN, HAINES it CO.'S
SELECT MEDICIXES AXD CHEMICALS.
""T7"E have jtLst l-eceived a full supply of theabove arti-
cles. consisting in part as follows:
Pow'd Turkey Opium, extra; Extract Hops extra;
" Indian '
" Gum Arabia"
" " Gudiacuni, extra;
" " Gamboge
" " Tragacarth " "
" Alexandria Senna " "
" Sulp.Iron, " "
" Turkey Myrrh; " "
" Colocynth Prdp " "
" Comp. ext. Colocynth,
" Cubtbs, extra "
" Calabria Liqttorico " "
" Ergot " "
" Socotrine Aloes " "
" Capo "
" Virgin Scammony " "
Syrup IiHlidc ot
" " small vials;
SoIuMj Citrate Iron
Coil Liver Oil;
Together with a complete assurtmcnt a3 go to make up a
physicians bilL .These medicines ate used aud prescribed
by all tho leading physicians in the union in preference to
auy oUier. We are now prepared to fill bills with the purest
medicines that the conntry can produce and upon the most
reasonable terms. Proscriptions always prepared with these
pure and select medicines. STRETCH A ORR,
Druggist, comer Union and Cherry street, Nashville.
SELF-HEATING SAD IRON.
JUST receiicda few or the ncwjiatent Self-IIeatis
Sad Iroxs, bv which, with the assistmce ra cent
worth or C.iarcoaT, the Ironing lor a large family may be
done in the shade under the trees, and requires no" large fira
in the kitchen in the beat of Summer,
april C SXOW, MACKEXZIEA- CO.
H. G, SC0VEL,
Urngsist aud Apothecary,
XcrA aide of tin FvUUi Square, S dovra West of Ut
"Vyhblcsale and. Ec tail Dealar'in .'
lAtXTS, Rbcsues, Ikfcjiskt,
Powdeb, Oils. Drc Srwrs.
- 1 AXCIS AETICLES, fcllDT, Vabsisues,
G'-'; : Glisswauel Lxab.
SURGICAL AXI) DEXTAL IXSTRU3IEXTS,
UTKUO ABDOWXAL SUPl'OliTWteihJ JKrfe.
"WASHITA OIL STOXES, -Drag,
medicines, ChemieaL!, &c
XatleiUe, M,irc 11,1333. . ,
IHA LltS. PRINTER'S 1XK Umter, Spring; odi-
i V 1 1 ""J160'"!
THRESH (JARDEVSKt-'ris! rr.,m T.on.lr,.ti, n;.i.i
a.iue Makers, for sale by H.C.SC0 EL.
I " , ' aneiy, iorsrue or
VJT tn.iirlill H, G-.S
i ihsjsi oppnu : ..... , . .
T VOX'S KATIIAIRON. fi.rthcllair-thlsanic
ular 1:1 New York citv, as an admiral,! nrL 1
aiidaacaeCualremedvfor bnhlnnss nn.ifn:'"'r
1 , - , . . ' '--rj vi . iuc
"-;ix zruw iiuuiianuy, remjeringit sAft; glos-
........ 1...w.....0..J uuiSSivt, lorsaieiir
T.VnW IVOl'VI't' MViim ,.r.-,.,.,. ,
J.J sia, Gout, Rheumatism, Cramp, Cholera Morbus. Cholie'
Ac, Ac", which is one of the liest prcrat!ons of the'dav 0
tnal will couviucc the ina-edulous, for sale bv
'"archil 1I.G. C0A"EL.
G1 ALVANISM-Christic'sBeltvBraceiets, FliuM, Rir I
T and I'lutei, for sale by the only agent '.a Xai-bviIIe-.k -,
T'AXlJIIOlTXA ARMISTEAD'S SlflTaaofeTOlSAJ
Xj CO, for sale Wiolcsale and Retail bv ' 1
' Xi. V. ..V 1 Li.
' - Tvrii ,
T ? 1 PE 10 WDElt Conuecticn t and 1
' J-L dcr, warranted best quality, for sail
sale bv ' "T
inarcblt - U. (. f!OVr.I.
TTS FOOT. Refined" Tanner's, Ijri,'htsed"aat?.
uaoruu.s,jorsalebi- II. (V SCO VEL
MITH'S SUGAR COATED
PILLS; just :ealWand
for sale bv marll
aiac, ioiingiiy.iu;-niir-nal,liun;,v-:nler, ana.
Canons Black Tim. Thoao Tras .,.vf m.I
quality and have given satisfaction, for salt hv 6
1 1 1 - v.-'TT',
WANTED. 20,"00 to 30,000 dollars in South Caro
lina Bank Notes, and e3o,0o0 Georgia Bank Notes,
wanted inimeiliatclyby- apri!: D. PEAi:f CO.
O Z. (ff AMERICAN GOLD for sale atlote rot
apnlD D. PE.MIL A CO.
EASTEBX EXCHANGE Wo are drawing on
Xew York and lldladelpbia in etui it at Rant
rates. april'j D. PE.VRL A CO.
' BAX1C XOTES and Checks-for sale
iprilj I). PEARL A CO.
"A rOBI LE and Xew Orlexus Bank Note wanted bv
D. PEARL A CO.
CHfl AAA SILVER wanted Immcdiatclv by
IV , J U ) april'j D. PEARL A CO.
G UXPOWDEB MTvNUWCTraEir BY THE
T HAZARD Powder Companv or Connecticut:
lOOO kegs Kentucky Rid.- Powder, 25 IbscRch. .
300 lialfkegs do do do UX&u do;
ii30 nr. kegs do do d DJf do .-Scr,
.r0O kegs Deer do do 2e do k;
lOOO kegs Blasting do 2' ,6V ,d;
500 lbs do (5 kegs each) do 123 " do do;
300 canisters fine Rifle do I potuid.
Tlie above powder has just been received direct from the
manufactory of tho Hazard Powder Coiopaar ths- quaKtv
of which is well known throughout the United States. Ail
orderspromptly filled by application at my Powdor Dapot
North East coriier Public Spiare, Nashville.
ALSO-UoO.OOO feet Safet v Fuse of best qualitv.
S.H. LOOMIS," Agent
marcli25 Tor the Hazard Powder Cominy.
COACH MAKING. '
1 1 lilt, undersigned would nspectlullr in- - fcPyg.
X form their friends and the public "that ,S2i2fc2.
they hare taken the old stsnd of C. T. Watson, No. 34,
Deaderick st, where they intend (o carry on COACH M AK
ING in all its branches. Wewill keep" constantly on hand
Work enintstedtonswiil be ivarranted (o bo of the beat
worlnnansliip and materials.
WrBUVCKSMlTIUNG. Every descripb'ou of BIUCK
SMITH'S W0KK executed iu the best manner on liberal
rifHORSC SHOEING. We have in our employ expert
eneed HORSESHOERS, and the public mar rely'ougiftt'rir
tbeir horses shod in the neatest manner. Alfworkrt tv
to our care will be under the immediate supericUidi-x. tl
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spaied to give sat
isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit from the public a
liberal sliare of their patronage.
leo 1 lv
CRAM A SHEPHERD.
Grocer, Comsiissioa, Receivings Forwarding Merchant,
dec SO Rroad Street, X.isnviLLK. Texx.
D TRIGG, has opened his large and commo
t dious Ware House on Broad Street, be-
! where he is pre
1 ' I. , . S'..l. . - I
iircnared to STORE itcsmIs oralmostanv kind
auu . 1 1 1 SIILX., .IU1IU BlUC, 1 1 I 1 1 11M
nr.l niMKi;,,: m. nomnMi. I.n. 71a tril! t
iveceiviiig anu rorwaruiug. xiuviugoue oi uie largsianu
T ' I I ' 1 ' ,F I" . I , 1
most couveuiut bouse in the city, located at an intermediata
' point between the upjier River Landing and Railroad De-
I EAMAGE & CHURCH,
I "Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
I COLLEGE ST, NASHVILLE.
fE are again in receipt of a large assorted stock ol
fersjBoys'aud Youths' Boots, Shoes and Brogans; Over Shoes
lor .iien, i omen and tjUiidreii, and tors fcojes ac, 4.c
We ask merchants and planters to examine onr stock. We
give bargainstor cash. RAMAGE & CHURCH.
I JUST RECEIVED BY D. TBIGG, Broadway.
OA A CANS Holt A Jlottly's fresh Oysters;
iVU ft uuis tnisi ed sugar;
3 bbls Pulverized Sagar:
23 bbls biyt Cider Vinegar
im Dags r me sail; ,
20 liair boxes W.R, Raisins;
10 boxes Codfish; I
25 boxes Dred If erring; ,
3 (ierces Fresh Rice; ;
51 dozen Rucicts, painfe; I
20 bxs W. R. Raisins, fresh;
25 boies Cheese;
25 bbls Molasses;
50 dozen BriHinii;
25 bags Coffee:
25 boxes Tallow Candles;
boxe? t?tar Umidlo.
Also Teas. Matches. Bed Cords, ltoe Ilerrinir. Mackerel.
Ac, Ac , which will be sold cheap for Cash or Barter.
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
COMPETITION DEFIED ! I !
THE subscriber respectfully announces tothe citi
zens of Nashville and surromidiug country that
he b still receiving large additions to his already im- 'f'f
mento stock of
Gents Fashionable Spring and ;.Snmmcr Beady
3Iauc Clothing, !
which he is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY 1
OTHER HOUSE IN" THE TRADE. ,
Already in store Fine Brown", Blue, Black and OliveFroc!: i
ami 1 rs ('nuts i,f till. 1-itp.it kf Ias Vr-imfO, Tinwl fV.ti.
meiette. Plash, Drap d'Ete. Sillc Lustre and Grass Linen
j.ant4 m j Ve-U ,)f ev shaiI .Mltcrn qRalitr
10 Sllll IlloniOSt 13SIU1I01LS.
LIKEWISE a line asrtmeiit of Cent's furnishiue aril- ,
' cles, consisting or Fine Shirts, UnderShirts, Drawen, Cra- I
vat, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, liats, Caiis, Trunks, Va- .
I lises. Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. . I
I AI-si, a variety of Youths and Cbildrens Cfotbine, from I
three years of age upwards. 1- P.OWERc, ,
Tennessee Clothiug Dejiot, No. 34 Jlorket St, directly op
I jiosite Union street. - j
I J"No connexion with any other bouse iu the city.
I N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation oi men. Jj. I . i
Counlrv Merchants in paiticu.ar arc earnestly invited to I
.,t i . u ? i r.j , i -
tail nun msjivst tiij aiu. jii v: iuiis j iiuiuiosui cisuhiiviC
THOMAS W. FLEMING,
Commission 31 c r cli ant,
CHARLESTON", SOUTH CAROLIX.V,
YTTILLrcrcivecensignnicnts or COTTON", CORX.RA-
YV CON, OATS, BUTTER, FEATHERS; Ac. His bu
sincss in Aicista, wdl be continued as heretofore under i
Rl-eesto lion. Jonx I'. Kixn, President, Georgia Rail
road Comimny. 11. W. Coxxroi, lsq., President, South Ca- '
rolina Railroad Company. ,
P. S. Major Arvstead Wall is my General Agent in ,
Tenncssveand North Alabama. declS 2md w j
NEW FURNITURE. Ac
I TY7'J'.areP0,rrc?!iT!"f'' "lwW M-SSKJs)
1 i T timicto receive for tome time, ajjj-.'w
' laige stock of FuaxrrrRe, consisting ofui ' " rO
i splendid Rosewood and Mahogany Porlorsets, which will
be finished to order, in Bi-ucatctl aud Plush, or Hair Cloth;
- i.. a , I. : f',.,,i..
also plain sets; also splendid ltoscwoou
Chamber sets. Together with a
1 I . T . 1 I. I' I I, .1 . .
1IUIIII. UdlSICOUS, II IUU 1UIUV3, H" . , . ..v.
C!uun, Ac,Ac Which will be sold at tho very lowest
ratcs, for cash
or good notes drawing interest.
w. AT.n. Greemield I
A COj "
TEG HOES FOB SALE. 2 Women, with ono child I
! L eaclu Two Women without children. Four Rots
ii niiuoui cuuuren. rour iits
One Girl 11 years old. One Girl
fiom S to 13 years old.
1" vears old.
' We wish to buy immediately, "seven young Women, four
' plough boys aud two young men, for "a widow ladr in the
, coiuitry. DABBS A PORTER,
rcW4 eo.vw Jicpfftedar street
W.F. HAEEIS ti CO.
Commission 31 cr chant,
Rcceiveon consignmcnlandsellallkinds of Produce.
apso -15 boxes Lemons, received this dav bir
It 2? ' reasonable teims. Carriages of every description inadu to
?,i 9? ' order nrtimpUy. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
20 00 , the imblic m:iv lvlv unon m.ttinithir w-nrlr wlit.ii nt-mutuw?
i ' ' r"? , si """ , "rf;. V 1 Umtment m aBumberofcasas GnK.les, and in no cate ha,t
i :. , , ; ' , ,7 V, . o v. - -v-r cure, i nare also used u Denencially in ftvere cases of Krr-
I .,on(n-f)?or?JIMVa,Sl lT,t '!o0.r siptte. And brt bntn.it reast.1 live within the lastyear
me tali Stitcned and Pump Sole Dress Boots; aliciDg c,reJ fwlr pases 0f C.VNCEK bv the use of the- MjaLtus
' i snoes. uxioru lies, ratcnt teatner and uonsn ess Uotn Uai- ,
kJtow" STBATlOX, SMITH CO,
0- V!e Rio Coueenstoreandfer
sa!Iewby . STRATT0X, SAUTH ACO
i TT V1 ir hhU nnr' various brands, last received
X1 and for salc'fow by STRATT0X, SMITH A CO
( ai'?is n,Jr.ii
SALT MOO bbls Kanawha Salt;
50i' bags Coarse 11 fi:
. 3"" do Fine
In store and Ar sale W
STRATT0X, SMITH 4. CO,
I ataiwiwitjloir.tow " sonemsnngs for
. . STRATTOX, SMITH 4 CO
I , .
fi i -ii! :aj & ah-tiistead's siipit.
v.tu .,.i .Jf. 'T "'eoratcl Tobaccairf Nash-
1 .,."'.",r V."K".I- TOKACCO.-As princiwl arm!
I ' " v "a"ne woeconsunilr mi
STRITTOX.SMITH Jt CO,
artWM ii., .V," '"vs. -sir ooap ana various other
, r nuHTu.wiu oe sold mnisiiaiivlow bv
STRATTOX, SMITH & CO
m 'o '"Tsiio low lo close, ur
-?1L . STRATTflY s.mtit I nn
1 C)'rusuMlvwrClChC PvWner,
- ' -. , "STliATTOY SMmr t. nn
C. B. BBTAX.
1 w. ox. uuaiiul & CO.,
f UOIIO COJI3IISSIOX JIEnCILVXTs
: arthsEaof.SIcrcliaadlje. eenersJlr.
1 aza .-. xasirriLutrrrf.
1 rfOI'Afrn i -.! i ' . .. -r
f X bxedof ' lwu . ny iUlU To-
,wl , r- .
30 Boxes Keen A Co Kimmi t. 1
1."ai ,1 S-...I.lAaJ , ' -Avi-avo,,
- s.s, i,iuu(m3iwi
190 do Item
15 ih. Godwin's
For sale bv jan-!
IV. II. GoitDON Jt CO.
.JyV AL. -w lAixesl'int Yhuk .
Xo Boxes IjitiH
M l" TwHWers, assortfd-ferMlo hr
. ii. iiuuuu.y t CO.
FocsJe by' ja4
W. H. GORDON CO.
2I0RE NEW MANOEL
WE have retwyed by recent arrivals nine
, "?,re of those unnvalletl Pmos, madrl
lirVI, K f)imlfan and Adam Stirfsrt A r ..rf
..variousslyles.ai.J sia-s. whieb W,H be.U VJryloi- 11
tr W. A T. II. CtltTvrtr, r, .
1 ' I , ' 1 l.l.i LS 1.1.
PEASE'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTMShad lost nearly all of Ids hair and
liad been bald for many years; by the use ottiree but
tie of th it .jnme OMfwit, i.sJ, iut tit.r entirely re
!'red, and now has as beautifula head ut hair as any man
eonld wish. His age id about W years.
A son of M r. Warren. 0 this town, 14 rears of ace, had
beun alihcteil with the Asthma from bis" cradle- He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
'be most aggravated eases I ever ww; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By ihe use of a few bottles of the Oiu I
mentbe vcsathorvHfhtfotrtd, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case of i&rmma&n. of the tpieen,
of long staodlug; hasaiariely of treatment from no less than
eiii .iluTerent uhvsicune. without receiving benefit was
curetl bv the use of only four bottles of the 31aguetic Oint
ment. This ws fonrimmtbs a en and Uie ladr la Mrs. Bun-
, , - , ,, ,., V .. . .. -.1 . .
1 ""f1 mgooii Beaitn,andaWe toattendto Cerusuat
, "WlseUOtU UlIIICS. la
; have treated two cases of CJironu; Kir
Ftte with Ibe Ointmit both of the natipnbt sa ntarlu
t&iul, as uineI an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afilicted Is vears. the other
abeatSyears. Thev bad tried the best physicians in the
State, n ilhotit benefit: and one of them had Been under too
treatment of tlie celebrated Dr. JIuzxy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and bad exjiended hundreds of dollars in
vaiu euoris meuenacure. iney are now by useol luo
Mac-aetic Ointment, neavlr or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any onjinarr business. I have used tho
Frooiathorongh (rial of the Ointment in nearlr everr
disease Tor which it is recemsieoded. I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the imblic Respectfullr Yours,
I BURTOX HUBBELL, 1L D.
i Dated Jan 27, 1 S80, Amelia. Ohio.
, The clnneterof this Ointment, as an efficient rcmedv. is
established in iWscitr. There are quite a number of indi
vidual, who ascribe their resioiutiou to health to the use ol
this extraordinurr Ointment
Fersaleby- ' IL G. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEMOYIIJJv.
may CARTWRIQHTA ARMSTROXO.
indeed 'tis true that (he World's Fair of eighteen filly-three
Mill be beM ra nw happy html of liberty;
But true, 'tis true, too, that cbean gimds' are forsale.
At Ibe I'hiiadei'phia Store, both Wesole and:Re(aiL
Ladies, if therefore a handsome Dress you w isjjib gt,
;sint, nvT-sv, ix-sfle. inn or jaeer: n. -
One t!iat' suitable fortjpring or Summer wcar,a
Yon buy it clieap at No. IS, oa the Square. '
Or if jour inteulkm is a Rich Sbawl to buy,
1 'Ilim plewMt I'hilrtdeipJifaStftre apply;
For Saurk are sold at prices extrcmijv low t
At the 11iihule1iliia Store of Sobn, Hillman A Co.
J If Collan, Chemisette?, XeeiUe-work Sleeve?,
tWs or Fine Krabroidereil Hamlfcershiefs, V
Yon dsire to pmelia.se extraordinary cheap, f.
i a uie miuuteipnia sioce sucn articles always tcep.
, Or if you wish a Parasol as handsome as ever seen,
Tiicrs tho Plactfiitia, WataredSilk and Embroidered Bro
And every otherMnd that ever was made. '
1 fa 1 Etinnet oft be latest i(y le von want, ' "
KitUoBd Gun, GflAsmnero'r Rich Blond;
You'll tiud them all, and (hat cheap too.
At the PliibidVlphia Slere, fbr tbeir stock's entirely new.
Oreoarse tliere are many things which wc cannot'here men.
To which we would solicit your kind attention
In fact almost any thrBg In the Dry Goods line,
You'tl tted Uiere from qualities inferior to (be most super-
Anil tlnllL trt trp sIaH ra-A nan. .dm
I'erour friewls Adams A Co's. great Express"
WIw; unless, tiwre occur accidental delays;
j Brings, us the goods from the Host in ten days.,
I Our motto ii iorti!ivelv "oce price and eo JeviaUoriJ"
So Indies, please calf without fiirther invitation.
At the Philadelphm Suv, No. IS, I'DblicSiinare-;
i Wliere businesa is alivavs done fair. L. H.
Nashville, AprilSI, li-W. . .'
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Prest. II LNRY L 1IILLER, See'y.
tpuai ana sarpins 5JOO,000.
NSLRANCE on Irtes of white persons on Uie joint stock
&nu niuoiai pain,
'ersons wisldng to insure cannot find a morercsnonsible
rttrS, 'Wiw. AIIsrHce, Indigo; Letter, Cap and Wrilin.-
. ' , . , .... rr , , i, -
l'amrdiWs !0r (he advantages offered by (his
sigutal, whohasbceit ajpnta ageut lor luo. wanpanj
"Northeast comer of (be PubBc Square, NashvUle, Tenn.
fcttv'- Jfedieal Examine.
t -Insurance on (he Itrraof NEOR0ES on the most rss
I sonahle terms. april 12 2m.
! . . LHaMOETON.
Dealer ia Furniture and Pianos, Window Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, Ac,
Vim Street, war.Uhrrt.SuhrIl,Tefl7utiet.
ALf. kind of I'URMTURE made to Order, or Repaired,
at tlie stArfest notice, and warranted. -,vaprir. 8m
OY'S HALF iroSE. Weliave'justieceiTedalol
ot Cotton half hose tor Boys.
, jtavS, ' ' "JIYERS' JIcGHX.
cwood and JIabogaur t ,. Rbxe.to-. W.ILShepanl ACo, Kirkrcan'4 Elite. Ihll
i groat variety of hide biw A llart, Lindiley A Crocket, Morgan A Ac, JL S. Ill
i ViVih SLinds Tals cber. Ksq. s