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NASHVILLE, TENN : FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1853.
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TheTRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
aiid'Sutnrday, at 5 per annum in advance; if not paid .2
advance, $G. , '
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
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UNITED STATES MAIL ED IE.
THROUGH IN F1FTV TO FllTi-FlVE HOURS.
New York aul Charleston Steam Packets.
On Safurdav, Adscr. J.."0j ton-. 3fs;
j. ijCKU)o!i,-uoumiamier Jiarlou, lOtytons,
Tlie, Sontliernrr, Vi"A Fo'tcr; Commaudcr, will leave
each alternate Wedneiilav. Ilavng been nely copjieivd
aud guird raised, is tiOHiii complex order.
For Jreight or paae, bavin elegant State Boom Acoom
niodatioa apply at theollice of .the Affeat, , . . m
., - -HENBY-MISSROONV
.ComerEasl Bovand Adger's Sou. Vharves. ,
CibhS 'mssagc -2.. " Steerage S. '
N. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
iih the Souliierner on Wednesdays- feblT trw
At the Sign of tha Spread Eagle, College Street.
THEundersipied is ww prepared to execute ''H235
kinds of Wrought and C'ist Iron Fencing.
AKi, every variety of Gates, Fancy S:ep, Balcony
and Verandah Uailinp. My Work will be ei'ccuted as well
ts any of that bioupht from "the E-teiu Cities andnt prices
a- lo.V as the s.imc article can be procured elsewhere.
All kind of Ulacks-.nitli Woik at the shortest notice. Tie
public are requested to give me a call nnd examine my pat
terns anil prtco. I will endeavor to give the utmost satis
faction.. WILLIAM STEV'AUT,
College Street, opposite tlie Firemen s Hall, Nihvii!c.
mayl tf "
DBS. cTk. 4 J- D. "WINSTON.
OFFER their services Jo the citizens of Nasliville and vi
cinity In practice of Medicine and Surgery.
Odicc oli Clierry street, near the Rank of Tennessee.
Dr. .1. It. WiustonV residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Amistead, on Vine street, bcUveen Chut ch and
JUST JtlCCEIVED. AfcVofthiiUnTllIackSatiii
Apron-tucks. Apply toon. T. J. HOUGH
feb 10 Agent
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEARL & CO
' OKTH-WEST comer t" the Public Square, near Plaut
1 ers'-Bi;k, Xasltmlc, Twi . t
We'are drawing Siglil Clictks on all the p o' Jil '
rJtU-4if rnn.l,S.tfitli Mi West at tlw lnncst it.s. 'in .
f.um td iuit purchasers'." '
Z4f We buy all kinds of cuntut and uucurrent Bant !
Notes at moderate rates.
"T-fy- We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Catolina
Bunk Notes, at" a very small discount
Zf We will purchase New Orleans aud Kentucky mon
ies at a fair premium. I
Z-tf We luive Gold aud Silver for sale will attend to
dillectious--reuniting on any pointre.iue.sted at ltaiikrates, .
chaw but V per cent, commissions.
Jf We aie taking Hank of East Tennessee the same as
other Tennessee Rank Notes. IjaulT
B2ADY, G03MAN & CO., t
Cotton Factors aad General Commission Merchants, I
NEW ORLEANS. I
J?Tbey keej an OfEicc in Tuscumbia, Ala. I
augiI ltin '
4T"U FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is autliorized lo I
ale CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
TENNESSEE HOUSE EI GE02GIA.
W. r. IlVllULS. StlDVOI'.K IIACRIS.
IIARHIS & CO.
I'oru'ardiug nnd Commission Xerchants,
Forward with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities, or to any jioint dc-ared, GOODS, PRODUCE AN D
MERCHAXDISn, of all descriptions, and sell on commis
sion, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE." They nlso pur
chase to order GROCER HIS, which can bo bought on
most favorite terms, in the SavHiuiah maiket. They solicit
your patronage, and pledge their utmost exertions to gii c ,
satisfaction. dee30 ton
T l ACNOLI.V COTTO.V.
-We are ajrents for the
1 L sale of tho celebrated
an article which several years experience with some of our
be! planters has proven to be hotter adapted to Middle Ten
nessee Uiau ani tliat was ei er grown, ('ail siii or ther w ill
all Ik; gnne. JOHNSON' A SMITH, ,
J. T. NATHUEST
IJOOFEI: AXD JlAXrr.lCTrL'KR
Ofi )"irr(i.'ii Fire li 'uUr I'tcn-f (7". j
TDEEM it unnecessary fur me to Say'SiIythingin faror of
this mwle of Rioting ': the conslant inc'reasc 'il its jxipu
laritv for the list seven j cars that it has been tested'in ccai
lv all parts of the Union, is tho best evidence of its utility
tuid value. Tiie itKif-Jioivs tor itself
;Sr)lfiec on Spruce Street, second door from Cedar St.,
in Moure's block. teVj- !y
LI FE INSURANCE.
HARTFORD LIFE IXSl'RANCE COMPANY, HART
Jauem Dixon", Pres. Hlxkv I. Millek, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus S300.000.
Ixscraxce on lives of white jH-rsons on thu joint stock
and mutual pirn.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. 11. LOOM IS,
j.in l.i flm Agent.
"I ILMOVAI.. DR. It. AV. HALL has wmoved, to the ,
IX. otlice and resideuce on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, uear Cornelius A McCombs' Cabinet Watvroonis. l
ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
HAS nowiu store a full stock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AM ERIC N
adapted to theprcieiit and approaching season, and to w hich
he nill cdnti"ueJto Veceive additions bvetery steamer
Black and colored Silk?;
I French Muslins;
Fancy Div.ss do;
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Embroideries aud Ijico;
Linen and Silk Hdkfs;
Sutin and Silk A'estings;
Silk and Sit in Ribbons:
Cheiic Roy als;
Jllack JJie-ss Oool:
French Punted Lawns;
i Cloths and Cas-iinere,
Krchdins, Chambiy, Camlet.,
Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French 4-4 Chintz,
Bleached and Brown Mushiis, Bleached and Brown Drill,
ings, Caiiibrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottons, Ac
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New Slyle Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Mowers aud
Wreaths Bon:et Trimmings, Aa
Hats, Csps'Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods,
which he is piepan.il tooli'cr at the lowest prices ujiou libe
lal terms, aud respectfully invites the attention of merchants
aud the trade -eiicrallr.
A.J. D. i agu.it for seienil lante liictories,
and Mill soon be largely supplied with their
oods. Nashville, Feb. :-". 18Jt
"VOTI('E. In am.sequence of the Mil-on Friday liiorn
XN i"g. we are conqiclled t" susjiend business for somc
tiine, but will commence nga:n as soon as we can procuiv a
utable house, of which due notice will be giveu. In the
lueautinie we hojie our friends who are indebted to us, and to
Ewui. Brown A Cu, will come forward and settle up without
delay, iLut'ue may Uic-'t our own cngJgements piomptlv.
We can Ie found at No. 1, o.ithe MiuaieJohu Nichol's
We wculd also take this occasion to express our grateful
thanks U) those who liave kindly faiotcsl us and our plrde-crs-ors
with their patninage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens, to wliose exertions we arc mainly indebtedor
what ofotir goods were saved, and to those kind friends who
sympathise with Us in ourluss.
frb2 EWIN KROTHERS.
- T S I I'l Ir I. may 1 it r..:in.l. iill tims. iiirpasiiil.
DlTnr nmiisnin imr V . ,,7 . . T V -f . t s. I.' liicll Uliraimy Mllslms : uescnimuii juHiiij, iiwi jiaiunias, juuuuus, oiis. ir: '. -'" ""I'A'V o-wiii I
r.rn.i,ti" -,1 "J. 1 ' ".yiiirnesier, jmi. u .v Junes, Jiy ers l'n,.!, f'liintz Dmp Gcxv.Is,1Wlnlc UooOsofuIl kmds,Ucesand Embroide- II cies, cousisiing in pan as tollows:
lor Cltoppius torn .r other (.niin, Iteut Smmlder Seam Shirts, of Linou, Muslin ivith Liu- r jci" rroin "1 to 50 cents- ' rics, French Jaconetts. Lawn, and Cambrics, Bareges, t IWd Turkey Opium, extra; Extract Hom-cxtf-a; i
-yt 'ii1"' ' l"'f'rl' Ar"r" r . en l.....us, Gireliam. and F.enU. Chintz, Standing aud ' 1 rcnOiJtstrm., to aO cents, , Urilliantines; a variety or other Dress " "BlmbatlK .iuaLia?
-TT wi lgnnd wi honeor two hoise ,-,wer ror.i f..r t.. B.nm Cnl-allnJerw ,ar, Merino, bulked S.Ik, Cash- v.lIcncicunc Uats and lUX' Star Point I aces Va - GikkIs, Hosii-iT qf all kh.ds, Hatsof ,11 dssCriptioHs, Hard- ' Imliau " " Buttcnriit, "
Katl" 'T- rius n'r l&&J. -are lie WklngGl.seqs.a large Va'rSetyof fiunndlfs- Cum Arabia Cl.aitiJue, cx.ra;
t de .01..0 k SVi e"''r -t ng" r i ; !cr''.G!o.'', ,v"1 a,'d ouett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, 1'fain Mourning I tols, lx...des , great variety of Trimmings and every descnp- Gudiacu.u, extra; ' Itanddioo "
iHineyc.irsoi.1 can Ki-epii in order and mil it. nisauap Nik. tbict LashnlcJV, tlolb, Cuamois, ash Norma,- , Trirlinff i.Ars. "! tion of Goods, lo whip l he now subms ihe inspection ot , " " GamUige " " Opium "
ted u. either -Meam, tl titer -or Horse Poer. f.ltr G!,rs, d Ladies and Gentlcueii's Gauntlet,, Linen a"J 1 " ifvpT AND D0MFSTIC GOODS I Merchants of thccitv and country trade, to whichWk will I " "Tragacarlh '; " Rhubarb
tl,., 'RMi !,"J 1 "'"Jtsrd.icfs, S:.ks, Ties . WatcifordV AlU-rt, Irish Linens I men SlieetmffsDa inens and 1 he added daily, desiVabfe g. is "from U.e East Merchant, I " AlexandrTa Senna " Sarupvilu, solid;
Ktl1 v V"n.e-'. 10 Mevii!?: 3- V' t0'"" -n1 A' e Jo"" P''. . l'-ljiHiin Cravats- .. L'' j, j.fSf nek ami Sted ' geera'ly, are" invited to examine my sU and conqate 1 -Snip, rpiu, l " (Juid
L 1 V 'T-''-'"'5 " I So'lrf"' 1!l"lk "'J -Vhile Satin T.--,, Shoulder BmcesSus. t f I nee and M utl n ffl , prices with tliat ot t ther houses in the trW " Twli-y M rrh, '.' " Svrup Iodid) of Iron;
-1 ..7 , , " - Jeabitry s, ou College street, vrhere-they pende.s, SHk, Woolen ami Cotton Night Caps. Oil Silk Bath " n . .! V.V i " ' 1M" and Uouiosuc i 1 n '.. -.tjvtov f " Colocvnth Pulp '.' ". DunaiuieS
m oe nan. io mse orders. JltJais A jLDAJI"?. ' i,.. C ,tM r.,e l.nJi.-. r.ml r.,-ntlnpn. M.msr I!i,;ii,..,niil 1 ..t....a,;.s., ...
oi.de sYitri'. -
.10 qr. bbls GoWen Svnin,
lrthf. " Sag.irlliiiiseM,.lasses,
io nuts laiai ut-ar,
5 Vd ilii,
Jnt received Irom St. Iahus, and for nil., br
J I MK Rill AN S. S AEON I,
of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Teems. One Dollar a I A-sson. p ivable quarterly'. Letters
tddressed as alwve, will meet with proinptaifciilion.
-BEXTOX COUNTY. Takwn
11; F. Rusliiii ', living in Ciiil District No. :., six miles
North or Ca'nlen. one BAY" H0RS1",141' or 15 binds
high, eight or teu years old, left ey'e out, white, saddle sjot.s
on his back, aud uiaiks of gttir.s on his left shoulder, left
hinJ oot jvhite. Valued at f4. . 11. C. CAMP,
niayl6 vtw Ranger ol Benton county.
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE C0PA1Y 01
CAPITA L 100,000 DOLLARS!!
Chartered by the State.
rplIIS Company' having fully organized. U "
L now read- to take risks on all descripe-;, C?
.I lions of property, against loss or damages by
igaiion. Proposiiious fof insurance will be received al tlio
otlicc o! the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co.. CollwreSt.
A. W-. JOHNSON. President.
J. S. DtsinELL, Fecy. Nashville, Oct. 8, V2.
OOMICSCIAL n.SUBANCE COMPANY.
cnAEtrsrox, south, cagouxa.
Capital S25O.O00: All Paid In.
T "AVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
' -A Nashville, and am fully prepared to lake Marine, rire,
Iiirer Risks, on the most favorable tenns.
A full statement of the aoirencv of the Commur :ca:i be
. . .i . -ii 1 . . .
seen ax ilieoiuce oi me .asavme aii."uruiice anu voiti
panv, on Col!eC Street.
seplS JOIIN &. DASHIEUj, Agcnb
the inmrAL pbotectioit tnsubakce cocant
OF NASnVILLE. TENNESSEE.
"vFFICE ori Cedar Street, aJjoinii the l'ot OKice, ar.J
, I I ontHjsitetho Verandah, will insure on tho mutual rrin-
ciple, nouses, jiqrcuauuue. &&, nauisi ixiss rr AJainie oy
' Fire; Steamboats on any of the estern waters against lliv
All ersons liaving their lives cr property his'nrr.i
Institution, are entitled to a- full,ii;u-f:c:ptjuu o all the prof- A
it, without any liability to los lieyoad tlie aiiiount of J'rc- f
miiuns which they may pr.y.
M. S. 1'II.CHEn, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice-President.
J, F. WnAcrox, Sccre r-. Ijanl
TENNESSEE MARINE ANB 1'IRE INSTTKANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL- $150,000.
FFICE on the North side of the Public Snnare, midwav
y b-rtwecu the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Biuk. )
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of even" de- i
scriptitm against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire '
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and I
other river crafts, aud on scave-ssels uud.otl.tr coi goes, on I
the usual terms' JOHN M. HILL 'President.
, Jostru Vavlx, Secre'ary. - ''
DiuectoiiS. Alex. Allison, JohuL Hill. F. B. Fogg, G. .
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jan. JL Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam- ,
uol Seay, JIatthew Watson, J. J. Viliile, Jacob ilcGavock.
janl " '
THE STATE MUTUAL 1TE2 IHSUPJINCS CO. Oi' PA.
a. j. cilutt, see'v. J. n. iictueisfoep, pres.
Capital 8tJ50,O0O !
(OJUeon CeJarttrca.nrtr the JSutihil Protection Ine Cu.)
" T"l LL take fre. risks . in limited amounts on city or
country jmijieitv. Policies issued and Losses a'd-ju-ie-1
n;id met at the otlicc in Nashville.
Berixiixcts I J. 1jc y,
1!. Comegeva, C.ishicrof hit Biuk, I
V.LSluSer, ' Girard" fl'Lilads!.
W. Denni'1 A Sons )
Ber. Alexander Campliell, Bethany, Va.
Prick A Brand, Imi'.kei?, Pittfhu'.-w. ' j
W. U. BtUTongh, Irving House,' New' Vol k.
G. V.'. Copt-tan tf-na!!.
JOHN G. FERGUSON-ii'a-Jiville,
Februarys, IS"-1! Om
NASHVILLE STEAH MA2BLE W0EK5.
. JA2IES SLOAN, Pxaprictor.
siakket st., orrosiTE jonxON & uor:.es tobacco w.inunis,
J iTjrVU Wareroohuali'-eu-l ..'. (Jw-Kfr of Summer and '
I fi--9 Struts. '
i XTAVING uiade extensive enlargements in luyMarbl i
4 I 1 Works, my facilities niesuch tlia t 1 cwi eiecuto all
, kiiidsofwoikiiitlieii.OsttastefulinaiinerandtLe lareststyle, ,
us clieap as it can be dot1; in any of the Eastern Cities. I
Jiy calling at my ai-e-room, on tt.e corner ot spring ami
Summer streets, specimen nay be seen which will enable j
iicrsons tojuilge fur thcuisc'.ve. which is th; best method,
laving ou hand all kind- of ilatblc from liast Tiiniiosce.
Also, a lino as-ortmeiit of j;gy.iian, ltdian and Auuiricau
Marble, which I will sell low "to the trade, wholesale and te- '
tail, finished or in the rough tatc.
A large a-joituient ot Movlmist, Tombs, 1!vpti-mal
ForxTs, Ucs, Vasus, Gauies Figi'ees, Gilivl Stoxi-s, Ac.,
can e l and lettered to ot der. Fckmtcsb Maiuile executed
to order and sent to any paitof the.Si.ulh.Wu-t ua cluiap as
it cm bepiocuied froi.i'tte lia-t. Al-o, MAnnu: Mantels, ,
of every description, plain or carved. ItnLWNC. Stoxe, sold
Wholesale ami Retail.
All orders left at in Ware-Booms on tho comer of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with pn-nipt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock' before put clutsing elsewhere. '1 liaukful to
my old friends and customers fur their iiljcral patronage, I '
hotio by strict attention to buiiies3 to merit a continuance '
of their favors. JAMES SI.OVN,
Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Nashville.
TRUNKS, VALISES, aJ CAEPET 3AGS.
v i l. uuiejusi iireciiea uiiigu iim, uiiu its- Va..l
T T snuiueuioi iiiiaivs, v.ai)ieb 'ai;s una l-cjrvt
Vabset consistiiu; of Sole, Hag and Kip
Leatlier rrar&Iiu lmiiksaud alises, also ol satiiiir, til us
ulls, Willou and contnnni Carpet Bags, which we will sell at ,
low prices. 1.S. flOLLlNS & CO.. ;
- janlS Comer of C-illege and Piiii.ii st Xiishvill!1.
Qi TlAA REVt AH!). I will pay ihcaboic reward
1 UUU to any iwrson or persons, as a preniiuni
alsne the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants.
, of the dei!oniiiiatioi..s of Kio, jai and4 acres. 1 will pur
chase single Wairants ol either denomiriatir n.
B. H. BR0CKWAY
Room over Oak H ill, east side Public Sjuare, 2d door
soutl .i l in i it i, Nashville. net 14 ur.T.
FUENITUEE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, tc.
rl',HE subscriber has jiist re!un.el fro:.i the ' Jj
L JiaM, and i constantly reiviving all kinds of ei i
FURXlTURi; CARPirf llVG. Ac. His stoek at TSJl '
pivs-nt consist, of aliiiosl even' article in bis line of busi- i
ness, and as extensile as any in the city. Purchasers would .'
do well to call, as he is determined to snll low tor cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marchUl College near Church street. i
T-HE thorouirh hied Jack. MARING0 MAM
. 1 MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
his liivl i.ic.ti it Tnnnessi at (anev siniiiiirin
Jlarshall count'., five muV- below the fishing foi d in Duck
i Itiver, at thirty -til e dollars insurance and tll'ly cents groom
' feif. Jennets "scut fiom a distinco wiil he jHstuwd gratis,
and grain fed, if leqiured, at lifty cents lu-.r wnek. Hois
full lilleen bands two and a half inches high, good honest
measure, unusually large bone, and heavy; black, wilh
' mealy nose. He has the form, size, color and bkiod to le
, commend him highly to those who wish to iuipnne their
stock. We consKunr' him the ma.tci Jack of Tennessee.
, For further tarticclats see handbills.
march 11 -m KSIGHT A- WII(S0N.
j It. C. CALLIII. WK. Tl'liKV. a. C PEW
CARUTII, TERRY A- DEW.
DEALEES EJ HABDWAEE AND CUTLEEY.
, 151, Maflit 'SLa-J 2?, 2TreUnt S!., I'Uade)7,h
; DR. J. Y. ('RAY.
' Office in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
littirten De.idei tck and Cuion.
1 1 IK! PLXCn S K WAN En.
SCALES, "WEIGHTS, CA5TINC3, &C, C
UST iceeiveJ I'latform Scales to weiah - 154
Counter Scales. Tea Scales.
Extra sets ot Weights; lis) lb weight?,
Caldrons, 75, and 32 (I.llloils.
Sugar Kettles of all sizes. -
English Pots from I to la Gallons.
Tea Kettles ol all si.
Do , for Stoves.
Copper Toasters, wilh wine cylinders.
Enameled Sauce Pans of all sires and best quality.
Turned Sauce Pans and Firing Pans, of all sizes."
apriW SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO
TUST received a few patterns of elegit Parloe Geates,
for which on account of their beauty and superior man
ufactme, hate recehud prizes st the Nortlicru Exhibitions.
These are the hjinlsoi'iest Grates that have ever been
offei eil for sale in Nashville
ajirihi SXOWLMACKEN7.!E A C0.
MYEES & McGHL.
DZALrts n tvcr.r Dtscnimox or
Ladies' andi Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
in? c in
Stivnirtiieninir Itelts. lhibc de ClHtnbre, Umbrellas, Walk- t
ing Caul's, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Yalies,
Cariet B.ig-, sa'eliels, Ures:ng Cases, Work Ikixj, Toi-
, lets, t);s!ra Glasses, Poite Jlonies, Fans, Writing Desks I
Cigar Cases. Flasks, Tiaviling Companions, Razois and
i lt.Tir S.iops, Combs, Uiushus, Uornl year's (tiuil Gmsls. ,
Pi'i l"u mery. Toilet Bottles, Poekat Cutlery, Ac, aud
.i lais;e assurtiuent of other articles, usually kept by Fur ,
ai slung Stores. - .
Wehaveiiwdeirrangraients with onr friends at the '
North to forward Us Goods as sixn as neeived by them, I
theteforcwe shall have goods here in lessthan ten days '
rroin the New- York Custom Ilousa. I
JIYER3 A McOILL'S.
luniishinp Plnre, College stiect, 1 door South of the '
( Niuare, Naslmlle. foctll
i TUST Ri:ci:ivTn T. J. Hough is now rewivig .
t and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting ot !
Utcsts styiei Also, a superior lot or Head f Jlade Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods to all orwhich
be invites the attention of his friends aud the public geuer
' al'j'- "' T. J. 1I0UUU.
llazardsol iniani. Navigation anil tup cargoes ct essub ,-t Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Foi-warding and CtnsJ:on t
cviry desenpnon agaim.'.tne rer.lsot tne eas anil K'.vrrs. ' , Ilerchant
, Also, the Lives of jjcrsoas in good health, for hiiiia:lj-vear, ) . - r-iot-mirv rrL-w '
. for a tanu of ve.irs. or durhi"- life. Also. Bank Noi. tints. 1 - .... JAI1U., 1N. i
f i 1j
fn vuuept tireet, one aivr zuurn r the .auare
, JOHNSON & SKITH,
Dealers ia Cotton and Ti-bacco, Becsiving and For
warding Merchants, Steamboat Agents, &a,
aprili " , BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
I mad. Stiuttox. a. p. surra. Jl. w. jouxsox.
' STEATTOK. SlZST&d. Co.,
"Wholesale Grocers and Commission Mi5Tcliant,
Corner of Iircad nnd MarletStreelt,
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart'
mcnt ofcur business to Mr3lAiiso.vSiKTTO.v, the
same will feom this date be conducted under the stvlo of
KTIt.VTTOX, SMITH A Co. at our old stand, on the comer
of M.iii'tamlJlixrad -streets.
Our slock, lfyv. jfiiiple, will le kept so by larire acccssjcM
licit a vail from merchants in the couatrj' a vrM a city
I dtvalers, beinc determined to sell as low as"any house iu. tl.c
' n. t '
vi.. ummiuawjuauu cuuuun.
apr 1, 1S02.
JOHNSON A SMITiL
HAHAGE & CKUBCH.
Wholesale and- Bstail Dsalor3 in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
-Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpat Bags,.
CoiiEOn RTUEKT, NAsnviiXK, Trsy.
K. J. yOUKIS. TQOS. E. STKATTQ .
MCBKIS & STEATTOK, I
( ' (Srccrssons to Laxilk, Monuis A Co.,)
Conmigiioa and Forwarding Merchants and V.'htl tie j
Corner of Ztxrkd aad Chirk Strtttr, SUAtSle.
TX7"E Iiave now in store a larse stock of XSrocerie Li-
quors, Wines, etc., which will be sold at the lo rest
market prices, for cash or barter.
KEV OBLEANS A CAP.D.
TTJENJAjIIN P. SHIELDS & CO.. havinr-
JL mancntly located themselves at Neiv Orleans, ofler their
services as Commission and I'orwnrdiiigierchniit
' aud General Ascnts, and solicit consignments of all i
I kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that ti.ey can '
j and rill give satisfaction to all who mav entrust their inter-
est to their care. Proceeds of sales will bo invariably held
' sacred and promptly remitted.
i P. S.Exicn-iive'aiTangemcnts made for the receiving and
ibrwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
i from charges at this jHjint, Orders for Groceries aud Iusur-
ncc Bisk?-, withti-e collection of Dills, Drafts, Ac., attended
t to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CO. I
i nugl2 ly i
BEN. M. NOEL & EEO.,
I Grocery and Commission, Receiving and
j Forwarding Merchants,
1 And Dsalers ia Foreign and Bjmestic Licmors,
, COLLEGE STREET.
LIQUORS ANI) TOBACCO.
4"0 bbls Sam Hide's Whisky; 100 bb!s Brans Whisky;
' ! bbls Old JJoiMjnrrdieJs do " "-t " Ji:i..n"s DDno;
.'1 " American ltrandy; 40 " " S M V.iue "
20 " Old Port Wine; 25" N E Rum;
o Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
j 1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 50 Baskets Champaigne;
0 boxes of laeber's Giuger and Baspberry lirandies
52 Pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
50 bxs Gits Jones' Tobacco: 50 " Walker's Ale:
20 ' YoungABiidewcU's'lo 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco;
l'JIJierzjio 1 du;
20 " ' Gold Leaf do
10 " 15. Daily's ' do
ia" Emler's' do
5 "Si: White's do
In stoi o and for sale bv
Sain Wools .Va
Rend A Nash's
REX. M. NOEL A BR0.
i5o bags i'rini- Rio Collee;
5o " " " Lsruavra do:
l'X1 Imported Cijars;
30 1 bbls Reboncd Molas-es;
S'l i halves do do;
50 hluis choice Sugar;
5"" bigs fine riilt;
0 0 kegs Oyaters;
& 0 bbls St LomsMills Flour;
lo i ' ('inciiiuati do;
3' i l.eis Xai.s .issorted;
C si boxes Glasswaie, ass;
50,000 Melee do;
lo trails SS Almonds;
10 tierces Kic?;
5 ceroous Indigo;
2 casks Dutch Madder;
2o bbls Copperas;
2ii Imga Pepiier;
15 ' Spice;
S'0 reams Wrap. Paper;
WO lbs Kanawha Salt ;
Jo ki .sShot and Lwd;
100 do htooii;.;
25 bbls Gulden Svrup;
Bo bbls and half bbls Crackers;
20 utls aisctersl;
50 bbls IiOaf, Crushed aud Powdered Sugar;
iJW boxes and nail boxes Haisuis;
Just rectiicil and for saleby BEX.M.X0EI.
A7ANTli. A few thousand bushels Pea Nut
. . . e
1 which we will give t
the highest market price.
ItKN. Ji. NOiX A I!R(
0T fronting 54 (baton Io'.yfr Ct)ll;je st,; tunning back
liit. feet. Two houses ou ttie tut, which rent (lir f2IC
a year, price JSoO.
"lait 32 feet on Franklin Turnpike, in Preston Hays' addi
tion. ALSO, 2W acres of hrul in Smith county
Libanon. 1 or fet.il.tv tlie land cannot 1.
prinriiiallv cteek but 'out, about loo acres
fiiL'ii state of cultivation, the balance finely tunbeted.
f liu imprerGinaats consist ot a good frame dwelling, nc
gio lmiises"pani, stablas, Afs.mid S-uyand Giist J11IN, and
Car ling .Machine, constructed to run cither Ly swam ur
ALSO, 3'i acres of land in EdgeEeld on the Gillatin
Tuir.pike, opposite Mr. K. Houston's lot. There is on the
lota grtul fnni.o huitstt. Kitchen, nogro l.oiisos, Ac.
Al-O, la acres ol land oiiSpiingllcId mad, 14 inilas fiom
ALSO, 3-.' aci es of land adjoining the property of W. R.
A I.S0, 7 acres of land on the Noleiisville Turnpike, splen
A LSO, S3 acres of land, 4 miles from the city; on the Bail i
AI.S0, the large Brick Warehouse on College street, i
know tins the Poit itoval Mills Dti)t. i
A 10, 2,'ioacrusuf land in Sipuuer county, near Castili:ui
AIsO, a tract of land in Sumner county, on Cumberland
river, containing l'.'O acres, known as the Sumner Pajrfjr
Mills; the buildings wete erected for apajier null, and aie
well coiistiuctedliic that purpo-i Price $5,0oo.
Al-O. 3 ncics of gi-oiuid in Edgefield, opjiosite the prop
erty oftten. S. R. Anderson.
ALSO, a finely iniprmed lot next to Mrs. Polk's, front
ing ha fuituu Vuiestif-t, llo fi-tdeep.
Al-O, 1 acre and .' pulps ofgroqud near tho State Hospj.
tal improvements good.
A 1.SO, a lot on con.cr of Gay and McLcniore street, with
a good brick hou-s; containing 5 rooms.
AI.SO, aerv desirable farm 10 miles from Nashville,
rear the Franklin Turnpike, containing 11SV,' acies, good ,
two stoiy Liitkdnellings and ctiier iinpruv emeuts on the
AI.S0. a lanre fine brick house on Vii.e ftreet, between
Chuich ar.d Uro-pl sl'tts, the lot fronts 40 teaton Yinp
AI.S0, 2,o00 acies of land on the old Springfield road, 17
miles from N it ille.ou JIaiisker's Civek, good dwelling and
other necessary buildings, and also Steam Grist aud Saw
AliSO, a large brick house on Church .treat, noarthe De
pot, containing 11 rooms, besides kitchen aud other necessa
ry buildings. The house is well couatineted for a boarding
A1.S0, a . mall brick house, 3 rooms on Locust alley, near
ALSO, a double tenement, 3 rooms each on Crawford St,
above High street
A1,S0, 20J acrusofland in Sumner county, ono mile from
Gallatin. The iinprovpmpiits ars first rate.
We have alsQ a number of other lota in thj rify apd farms
in the country, which can be bought on good tenns.
GLOVER A BOYD,
iqrill5 No. f0 Cherry street.
Kiel SpriiBg Goods.
V. A. A- J. G. nicCLELLAND,
Xo. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
BE iCiMivmg and now opening their Stock of SPRING
SUMMER GOODS; atnj, in extent and variety,
it is decidedly the most attractive thev ha.e eve. opt.npd.-
hi ai icn,
They would call the attention of purchasers to the follow ing.
fo How nr. '
witli nianv oilier liooiis not enumerated :
RICH DRE.-S GOODS.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silks;
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Burajje, '
Fine Linen Cambi ics, 40 to 75 ;
i'lam and Homered lirUliautes;
Hie most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantle ever
opened tn Nashville Alo. Silk forMantles.
Mull Nausook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace
nefts, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY. RIBBONS, FANS, Ac
Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Faus, Jlilts, Kid Gloves.
Alpacas. Challeys, Black and Plaid Silks, Ttlack Crapes,
Berages, Ginghams sin" Muslins; bine Rept Silks, without
lustre, Mourning ColUrs. and Sleevci,
FOR MEN' AND BOYS.
Cloths Cassimerct, Cottonadcs, Drillings, Summer Coating-,
Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats.
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotton Half
Hose, Ac, Ac.
We will take great pleasure in showing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will bo able to offer such inducenents, as it
regardsstvle and prices as to be conceded by alb
ay. a. a J. g. McClelland.
va'hville, .March 29, 1353,
CUJRE Y & MAjlTIN.
NEW AND YRVSU AKUIVAIS BV
CT7BKEY & MABTIN.
CUEM IS 7 .V A XD J VGOIS TS, '
No, 35. O.10X STUFKT, XWUTJIiE, TiiNX.
SOIA IVATEIt.jAs warm .weather approadiin;
we have fitted up, i new our SodaFounU, and arepi
furcd to dispense a. pure and a? cod Soda Water as any
other house in the city. Ours khall be the vevtutvltra fwmL
The syrups arvi all made oflheSuest quality and most deli-
j cateUavor. We ill bo happy to receive the patronage of
uui (.uiitii.' ..mi w itiii: m
lTUiir z-mi louitts km XX Of open on the isibttxlh.
CUBREV A MARTIN
Bpril22 NO. 85 Union street
TVJ FM ARRIVALS. RannES, Counter, Paint, Paint-
ers' Dusten. Gilders' Tips. ItadcerGrainers: Hearth.
Extra Floor, Imp Urushes, Clamji Scrubs; Pojits'. Heads
ir i iniiowsj iioiiio una rial, logether witu all other vane
ties, just received and for sale low br
ap2 CURREV A MARTIN, No. 35 Uuionst.
t A LE'S C KLE I JR AT ED BARKER SOAPS.
'JT 10 doi bars just received by
up22 CURREY A MARTIN.
r?OR UATIIING. lialh Belts, Bath Gloves, Bath
1 iriis:ics ana iaiu rpouges; jujt rcceiveu bv
:urrev a Martin,
Q ELECT POWDERS, Of II-scux, MEamcn &
O Bf We have just received an additional supply of
these pure and N.itf(fftrii&Jinedicine, which are especial
ly recommended to the attention of physicians. We arc al
so supplied with
Powers & Weirhtman's Chemicals:
Tilden & Co's Extracts;
Henning's English Extracts;
Mander, Weaver Mander's ChenicaLs;
Thonuis Extracts, Ac.
AM of which are warranted pure and genuine. The Pre
scription department of our establishment is supplied ex
clusively with these pure aud unadulterated medicines.
3 Xo adulterated Druoi.tftlicinei. or nhemuid ctn
find a place in onr store. CURREY A MARTIN.
nr.mi'Hit swnw innu r i i.
1 noweFSeeiTjMtiWelrea iw
Many of these seeds have just been imported fiom
i. and aro entbelv new to our esteni mrnVni.
Also In store, a large and fresh fwarrantedj supply ol
Garden Seeds. CURREV A MARTIN,
march:!! No. 35 Union street.
DE, BLEDSOE'S ALTEEATTVE COMPOUND
Tlie RenieJtfocer all RetjiedUt fur the Kteueetif the Liter
Dmpep'us, Rnlarffement ani! nrlj),w!iox of the Xpletri
1 fear Aunts, Colic Flntalence, J'ila, Gumtirpathm, all
diieafte of the lloveU, and luchdiiejtes e arite frmna
I uiururra, eiaie oj me civm.ici, lAcer or jjCtceC', at
Scrofula and Soree of any kind. For General Dettilita,
f from viich Ladies frequently iitfer, tl.ert u not xte
J equal in the whole Materia Medicj.
'"pHE inventor of this preparatian was for tliroo years s
i X completely prostrated fium Dysjiepsia nnd inactivity of
j the Liver that he win frequently for weeks at a time unable to
( raise lumself from his bod. Ha sought aid from physicians
t at homo and in Europe, but in rain; his case was pronounced
hopeless br thousands, and it was br accident that lip sue.
I ceeded hi curing himself. Sinco ho lias been practicing nicd
:jcin', h:ssnccess. in .siuh ciyjs been unrivalled. 11
, ins been aware nt-tbe incredulity of the public, and coose
' quently said nothing through tho ptaas of his own case,
until the character of th medicine was fully established
by its success, as howu .j the certificates which have Oeen
, I subjoin theortiGrf fcof Prof. M. GAnaznr.of Meaipl.if
Teun., ith whom I jften advised during the time ot my
MKJirnu, Tcnn., April 1", 1352.
r I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Dr. J
I X. ltledsoo and some years ago he was reduced I tiieve
lower than 1 have ever seen anyone that afterwards recor ;r
vd, with what lsupp.selltobe'Dysp.;psiaand LiverallJc.ion,
and after trying the piescriptionsol many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief, he finally sucecded
with a prtparutiou of his own ia being restored to good
health, M. UAUUEUT, M. D.
Piivs'tians are rcuticsfed to trv this nrrnaration. We
feel satiLfied it will sustaiu the diaracter n c give to it in this
HfXTsViiin, January 12, 1S52. .
Da, Dle-isos: I fats the liberty and fell it to le my duty
to 1-6 commend to all jicrsons sutTiiring from disease of the
siomach and bowels, your Alterativu Compound, as a very
sepeiinrmeJicinc. Mysin,aged 15 -ears, had becu under
medical treatment about live years for dyspepsia and diar-
1... l. 1 : 1 . i ... .i i i t
1111.-.1 "lie;, iwiiiiy wiuib uuspaircu oi ins recoterv, i ton-
.. ....... .IM.t.lM.lllMt Ub.WIIU ui iiui I CWI Ci 1 , 1 LVI1'
lad to trv vour Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe,
r.ly onrsd hiiu- JJIG-VJAH UAYCK.
cil,a:;.i iu irv
HCXTSVILLE. Oct. 17.1351
Dn. BLnn30r- Sora lime has eiapsed since I gave a cei
-I t l!RO ', .if.ra,1-,bj,.V'-" tVifc '""J Sre-'lv beneated by your ;- - - - -- ' 1 :-HiaCKSMlTHlXG.-Everydescription ofBLACK
j ,i Dhu. Alterative Comnounil. I now tnln i.li.f.snr.. it. ! t J)rawui!rs forwarded to Corresnondetits br the first smith's! vi'iil--.- : .i i. ... n...i
i- - 7, : , , , I " - J T-
the public, that bit wife had for three or fair Tears been
. ..1. t . .1 I . r it., i" . .. ,
subject to the worst kiinl of spells of cramp in the stomach
inwi oyspcpsia. j nau ir.cu ot several wtiom i tnnugnt to be
the best physicians in tho place and a great many ditferen
medicines, ilh momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alteratie compound, I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
rrcumniflnd it to all penoqs sutfering from diseases of the
livtrand dyspepsia. X B. B.0I1ERTS0N.
anty, J miles from ' Dn. Btco-os Having seen the publication of your Alter
u suqiassed, being atit e ConqHiuad, I think it my duty tc say to the public, that
cleared and in a ' 1 had been for years subject tis spells of "Cramp Colic, tu its
worst lonn ; tliat 1 had tried almost every thing ttjat is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any thing tluit wpiild cer
tiiinjy rjdffvji in-, tmtil I trmd the shoi a medicine, lyhifhuas
rtdiuVuduiuinbtcry attapk fn liutthau an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Coc.vtt. Teqn., Dec 23, 1351.
Dn. Bledsoe: I feul that I sbuidd fall s'tBrttif mr duty
to you and tothoso who aro .Binliid, wcra I cat tu further
recoma.eud your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re-
lievednie, so that 1 hate not had cause to take anything in
two months. 1 can eat auytliintr 1 want ltli impunity, and
bclieio my health is as :oo.l as it ever is at ravn
lioutd i ever sutler livm uysjiepsia agam 1 sliall oe sure to
call ou vou.
1 am very respecttutlv vow mend.
ELIZABETH J. 11AR
Hcxtsville, Ala., August 24, 1351. ,
This is fo certify, that I had suffered for many yf ars with
Dysjsjpsia nnd Di'soasos of tho Livpr. 'lysic,ian "ancr l'hy: I
sieiau had pruscriled for me w ithout my receiving any ben- j
elit, when I tnuuiienced tlie ue of Dr. Bledsiie's Alterative i
Compound, which curifd me squndly, and I recommend it
because' of the same happv etfecf upon othersof my acquaint
ance. " JOSEPH CAROTHERS. '
Hcxtsville, Ala March", 1352. )
Dr. Bledsoc Sib: Judehw; frmj the ccrtiticates ysn
to add further cvidenct) in regard to the healing rirtnes of
your Compound; lji't I ainst savf that fory pars I suffered a
Teat deal from Dvstiepia and cnlargeuient ofthe sideen. i
and thought that I never wotdd recover. I commenced tak-
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gamed
25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. G0IT.
J3"The above medicine is forsale in every Drujj Stiire in
, the city, and most of the towns in the State," 0, W. HEN-
.!' Gfnerul Agent, tiir whojesalpiiiir the med- '
"Price $1 per pint Bottle. novls Ird tr i
DI5. W3I. -HqLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT D0CT0E,
EFjPECTj-'ULLY ar.nounci3 fo the oiiLousof Nashvilk
and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
, deuce of fourteen j cars in the South, and pennanentlylj.
cated himself iu South Nashville, at the corner of iisl
ingtonand Pearl streets, where he may at all tunes be fount
I by those who may wish to consult him.
i He has in his possession many certificates from men f
i eminent standing certifying to the permanent euro of the
most distressing cases ot tne loliowmg diseases, yi Ner
ressitig cases of the following diseases, Ti Nrr- t
xtion-, Liver Complaints, Dysjiepsias, Chills aud ,
,lpmisi9S Asjlimas. Colds, Couidi- Ingipipt Cun
. Rheumatisms, Yeak Lpcgs, Fits, Dropsies.
1 FeryrSj Plpuri
. sumptions. Rl
, Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous. Hetuopusis of the Lunis, and
i other lleinoragcs; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidney s, Jler
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Cliil-
dren, Worms and various otlitr Diseases incident to the hu
I man system.
I During his residence in tho South, ho attended fo over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated wilh moie
i than ordinary success.
Dr. Jlci-ane hopes trom ins much experience in tlie Med
. t e .i.. j, e Ait aa ii
V , ? , " . (f - -'" 'nal , , f,,ueu
ofthe sick aud atlliuied.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. BR. W.M. McLANE.
;gAll letters addresseil, post-paid, to South Xasln ille.
JOSEPH F. DUNT0N,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
Xs, 51, V-.V Svare, Xuclltf, Tpm.
TTAS now in store a lanre and Well assorted Stock of the
Jl most desirable goods of the season, embracing every
1 17,.. T- I. -f T:i-i.... .'-l
SODA WATER APPARATUS, fur minufae-.
turing, drairiny ami bottieiuj, ofthe latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions for its tise, by
I JOHN MATHEWS.
COItXRE Of riRST AVE.VCB AND it BEET,
Opposite BelliTie, New; York
I The only establishment devolcJ exclusively to the iiiaiiu-
facture of SODA WATER JIACHIN'ER "l , Ac, in the United
j Sta'cs, and where nuiy be fouid a large assortment orevety
I article connected with the business, including JIatenals( Ac
jan 27 3m EsTAtiUjitep, 20 Y'eais.
j iii a. !i w. g.' "wuMv-A-a
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, aod
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid nifillincorders OfSce, over the
store or W. T. Smith A Co., No. 68 Magazine street,
Oct 3, 1352 Rm New Orleans.
U-1IBRELLAS 800 Gnghasj cd Vlalboe Um
brellas, ioo Cotton,
Received and for sale by A. MORRISON A CO.
PALL & CUXXLXGIL.UI,
No. 4", Cou.Gt Sinarr, JfAsnviLLE; Tew.
i " "
j HAEDWAES AND CDTLEEY.
i PAT.L & CUXXEVGn.UI,
ARE now in receipt of their entireslock of HAKDWAR-' !
and CUTLEB for the Spring Trade, and in calline
, the attention of the merchants of Middle and East TenrnaS
i ee, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their larse and varied
asunuicui, n tuujui iuai n iv u i coiupate luvoiu
bly with that of any House in anr countrr. and lien
item of Transi-ortation is considered, it will be found that
t.l'-ii&rt.rf should prompt all, dealers in this section of the
I .country to encourage a home mail ct.
i They alsc invite the attention of lllacksniiths. Carpenters,
and Farmer Tisit'uiir Nashville to their assortment or Tool.
i Farming Implecents, Ac, u large stock of v hich they always
seen on naau.
Inxtlitrt, Ulnnnj and Ltetvat, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
"THOU HAST A CHARJiIED CU? 0 :
"I-tielo the Pontic soa-
So the undying fame, bright as the "blaze of sunset halos
o er ine tanrel orow it, deservedly accordeit to tliose Truly
Fortiuiate and well known Exchange and Lot ten-Brokers,
PYFER ii CO., Batimore, Mdi
Vt'OA "keep due on," until their popularity extends from the
'icy Capes ofLabradore," to the searching-sands ef Xubia's
Desert, and until the Uosannas of a Universe exlol their
I name in one prolonged shout that shall frighten the reign of
chaos, and startle scared echo from, her caverned sleep.
lazv apathy let stoics bjiast,-'
Ibegraterul praise duly received from every s.ection
the countn-, from tliose who have been" snatched fiom
I..:..!. r .1 :-i....t .rr i- . .t.. ,
utiuui uesiairuj uiuuuurio euonsoi luesu lar-iatuea anu
popular lottery Ageuts, is the only reward they covet lor
dei oting their energies to the public's service; to them 'praises
ai e wajrcs." The immense amount of irood that P l'f'ER
I CO. the Truly Lucky and Far-famed Lottery Aeents, No.
1 -.'""v;'' X. Have accomplished by p:e-
I sentiug to the public moiUhly a schedule of unsurpassed
schemes of IjhjoI and Rffpuneflle Lotteries.
In presenting to onr munetous correspondents throughout
the country our very brilliant and elegant schemes for the
month of May, weenjoin those, whosu expectations n ere not
fully jealized in April, in the language ot the Poet, to
".iienipi tlie end, and never stand to doubt:
Nothing's so hard, but search will find it ouh"
UEAU TDK BESULT Or PEKSEVERANCC
In packageof Whole Tickets, the Brilliant lrizo of J50,
210, in Grand Cousol. Lottery iXMarylaud, Class Xo. 1, was
sent per mail to an old correspondent in Virgiuia.
1 2w,00O, in package of Halves sent to Soutli Carolina.
f 15,000 inpackage of Wliolc Tickets, sent to Pcunsi lvauia
$11,000, in package of Wholes Ticketf.sent tu Georgia.
5,000, in packago of Halves, scat tu South Carolina.
JO.OoO, in package of Quarters, (Hint to Tennessee.
$12,000, in pucknu-c of Half Tickets, sent to Ohio.
$l0o0in package of quarters, sent to North Carolina.
$5,00", in package of Wholes sent to Xorth Carolina.
JfBe sure, to ad Ji ess fur. a haadsyme i'rize,
PYFER & CO.
Ao. 1 li'ihietrettRtdtihioreMnzJ.
Splendid Schemed for 3Iay, 1853.
rSTTiio Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickei
uuij , are given oeiow,
Date. Capital Xoad Price o.-:'rice 1 -
May. Prizes. Ballots. . Tickets. Packa!.-cs. i
2 $25,000 73 Xos. IS drawn $ 8 :J0 00
S . 2.i,Oi)0 75 Xos. 12 drawn .". IS 00
4 81.000 73 Nost 14 drawn 10 S5 00 !
! 5 25,0i)() 75 Xos. la drawn 5 13 W
I 6 24,000 75 Xos. 10 drawn 5 IS oo i
7 40,000 7a Xos. lJdrawu 12 45 10
9 25,000 75 XoS. 12 draivu S SO 00
10 1S,C."i! 7a Xos. 12 drawn 5 1'.' 00
11 20,000 75Nos. 12 drawn 10 55 00
12 25,000 ? Xos. 13 drawn 5 Is 0i ,
13 13,500 73 Xos. IS drawu 4 15 00
14 &,000 75Nos. 11 drawu 15 fs 00 !
lt!5ofl2,W0 73Nos. IS drawu S SO M !
17 24,000 75 Xos. 12 drawu 5 Hw I
14 so,9oy 7s No. 12 drown 10 40 (J (
19 2',o00 75 Xos. 15drttu 5 15 00 !
20 2i,0u0 73Xcs. 13 drawn 5 IS 00 1
21 40,000 75 Xos. 14 drawu 15 50 00
23 2C,X'iO 7S Nus. 15drawu S 25 00 '
24 20,'XiO 75 Xos. 12 drawn f. 13 U0 i
25 K.-,h0 7iN"os. lodranu 10 40 00 1
2tf 20,n.i0 75 Xos. 12 drawn 5 IS 00
27 l-'.ooo 75Xa3, 11 drawn 4 13 0o I
23 SO.OiW 73No. ISdniTO 02 120 00 1
80 23,500 75 Nos. 18 drawn S S ) 00 t
81 18,000 73 Nos. 13 drawn 5 13 00 t
I -I n .1 Ti. i
i mails after the lotlenes are drawn. .
i r3-r..Hw..n..,t...iJ ..-.I! .,T,,. , T r..- I ,. . 1. ,r.
r??"Corresi)oudents will please order a few days before
I the lotteries are drawn.
j There is a large per centage in faTor of those purchasers
who onler by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
. of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby spe ured.
j We advise the purctnso of Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deimsit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at FY FFl A CO'S.
5F"Reinernber A P.irKriEof Tickets, can draw roca
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
jsr"lu order to secure a ForttiUe, and th.poa.sh, immediatc-
lyaflcrthai-osnltisknown.tho readers ortUn IaiH.r liave -T-s. TRIGG, lias opened bis Iar-eand commo
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab- ! U , dious Waro HoiLsoou Broad Street, be-
nsueu, uriaiueaauuiniiy ionunate Mcnangeand Jittery
Brokers, P YFER A CO.,
apni af ini -n l i.ignt street, liaitiuiore, Jld.
"VT0TICE is hereby &iven to all thoe indebted to Edexe.
I J.1 zer Fisk, doceased.intestatc, to como forward and make
; payment, nnd toali luvuiir in iiossession auy lit tie eoods
I anJ .chattels of said deceased, to deliver them ; andall those
I "M l"s cuimis agamsi sum ueceaseu io present mein proiier
auilienticated, by the 10th day of June next, or they will
be forever barred.
D. B CLAIBORNE.
marchll Cm trw
V UI..YH. stac mid. ougar, now landing Irom steamej
Q Afnerica.and for sale by JlOr.BIS A STRATTON.
ciiael.es v,"sAirrii, "
B0QESELLEB AND STATI0NEE,
No. 51, ColLegl SruiacT.
i finnnr t,.. ri;n,i Ti:.n.,. o.i irtj!!, ..,
O Books, Also, Blank Books aud Stationery, at lowesi
JSyCountry Merchants, and School Teachers supplied cn
the most favorable terms. Nashrtlls, Tonn., teb.
JUST ItriOBIVRI). A superior assortment of sea
sonable Ready 3Iade Clothing, consisting of
ljlack tlotU r rock Coats;
iilacK Urap d l.tut sack.-;
" " " tjants:
Sacks: Fancy Cosslmere do:
Bufi" white and figured Jlirseilles A'esti. j
And a variety of other clothing, embracing aline and I
elegant assorluiiLiU T. J. HOUGH, ,'
uiro Cedarsttect. j
0, UALGULUOlt, . E. ALLQWA.Y, 4- BAXK1IEAD. I
MACGEEGOB, ALL0WAY & CO.,
CQ3IMi'ssi6.V JJERCHAXTS, j
53 St. Ciuulej Stceut, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
Notv Orleans. 1
57" X. ALLOWAY A CO., Xaslmlle, Teun., are at
I tiiiirw iii-otnr.i l in til- 1IlwmI m.li aril tinrM nn vlitn 1
I all times prepared to uiakc liberal cash adanccson ship
, metits to us. (soplii
I ra5iagi:Xnd church
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers ir Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Vallises and Carpet Sas.
Xo. 42, Cullee Strr'f, XadciVi, Tenness-e.
ABE constantly receiTing direct fivm tho host Iiateni
Manufactories, 13 great yariiity of Iidiet and (icnlU
intn'e jjvtji and Shoyt, ttfthe. Jeilofl Style, suitable for
either City or Cuuntry Trade, which arc offered (eryh.u; by
oe ixicicaje, watn, nr single pair, vouiury .ij,rc.v,:t ana
' U tuyere are invited to examine our Stock before piirelus
: ng. (inarelilU RAMAGEA CHURCH.
IRA A. STOIIT,
1 COACH MANUFACTURER,
i No. 5 Clark Street, NtsnviLLK, Tkxx
j Xesid'jor tu II. S. FrewlCt Grucieij 'nre7uuie, and op.
inaie Mrfl4 it atrnttoi
A I Jt kinds cXcarriages forsale, with harness -;-.-,,
to suit. All work sold by me is made at
! the Clark Street )lnufacForr, and warranted, aid will be
sold on as "ood Terms, for Cash or good note.., as any work
1 made North or East.
Repairins done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on tpl'ip, it when
rirooiised. All (irdiir. promptly attended to. 1 marll.
BHILIP SCHIEFFELTN, HAINES (1 CCl'S
SELECT .MEDICINES AND CIlb.THCALS.
CrotouOilin bulk, ex.
" Cubebs, - extra "
" Calabria Liquorice " "
" Ergot " "
" Socotrine Aloes " "
" Cape " "
'.' Virgin Scammony " "
" " small vuils;
Chi Liver Oil;
Together witli a complete assortment as go tn make np H
tihysiciaus bilk Tliese medicines are used and rrewa-ibBil
by all the leading physicians in the union in pttFerenceta
auv other. We are now prviiared to fill tiilht with the purs-t
uit-uitiut-a in... ." vhhhj v-iu premitsj anu upon me most
ruasoiiahlB tern's. Pro-oripllons always prepared with these
puro and select medicines. STRETCH A ORR,
Druggist, corner Union and Cherry street, Nashville.
SELF-HEATING SAD IRON.
JUhT recencda rewof the new patent S,slx-Heatih
Sap Irax-s,by v!(icU, with, thi aSii.luuco ofaoent
worth pf CAarouI, the' Ironing for a large family may be
done in the shs.de under the trees, and requires no large lira
in the kitchen in the beat of Summer,
papril 6 SX0W, -MACKENZIE A CO.
H. 0. SCO VEX,
Drnsist anil Apothecary,
Xorth thle of the I'uNic Rivare, Zd.vra VTrtttfUr
Xiith title Inn.
Wholela and Be tail Dealer in
Parvrs, Baisius, I'tEFrvmr,
I'owuta, Oils. DrcSrcpi
Fascr Aetici.es, Shot, T.xisiies,
Qim&; GlassWake, Lead,
, SURGICAL AXD DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
1 VTKItO AUDOMlXALSVl'I'ORTKUSandTllVSS,
I AVASIUT V OIL STONES
WASHITA OIL STONES,
' Drugs, 3'cdicines, Chemieals,ic.
XahtiUe, March 11, 1S.
I'On LBS- I'IXTER'S INK Winter, Spring, Sum
XOJJ merand Fall News', ofthe best quality, for sale by
it. u. auuttL. -
17RESH GARDEN SEEDS.
t the Sliakers, for sale by
from Landrelb, Bisler and
11. G. SCOVEI
GRASS SEEDS, in variety, for sale br
lnarcbll " jr
I T VOX'S KATHAIKOX, forthe Hair-this article
, XU nlartn New lork city, as an ailiruml,'.. ,.,:.
, and an ethxtital remedy for baldness and falling oiTof the
i:air, ouuiuii io grow inxunaiiiiy, renaerii:it sun Mi.:
y, oeautilui and preventing its turning grey, tor sale br
' T Yo.vs ksn-cj.i.uca
sia. Gout. Rheumatism. Cramp. Ctio!
Ac., Ae which is one of the best preparations of the day
mui hid vuut iucc iuc xucnrauiuus, ior saic uy
t ALVAXISM-Christic's Belts. Bracelet, Fluid, King,
"lu , UT and Plasters, for tule by the only agent in Nashville?
j marchll H. G.SCOVEI.
of t" TxhlltHt l!ti;Trn' -riii?i7iii"Ti7n
JL CO, fbrsale Wholesale and Retail br
"I D'LU POWDER Cbnnts;tictitandTcTiiiescRtncPow
Ai der, warranted best quality, for sale br
: marchll II." G-SCOVKL.
"VTE.VTS FOOT. Refined Tanner's," I-atd, Linseed and
Castor Oils, for sale by
II. G. SCOVEU
OJIlTHVs SLGAB COATED PILIi5,just received and
tl uir sale ov
rpEAij JJUcly Young ilyson; Imperial, Gunpowder, u
I J. Extra Canons Black Tea. Tlnao Teas are of m.
! i.i.J:i..'I r ir . 0
.iii ttiiu iia.c git i-u sausiaciion, tor saic oy
, iiiarchll 1LG-SCOVEL.
WANTJi!). 2,t.K- to ,0oo dollars in South Cam.
Una Rank Xote-, and oO,WO Georgia Hank Notes,
f v-anted imnwliately by aprib D. PEARL A CO.
.VMERICAX GOLD for sale at'ucrat
tprib D. PE.VRLACO.
EAfyFEItN EXCIIANGE.-Wc arc dramng on
Xew York aud Philadelphia j sunt t luit, at Bank
D. PEARL A CO.
KE.NTICKY BANK NOTES and Checks for sale
by .prilS D. PEARL A CO.
t AT O
OBII.E and Xciv Orleans Bank Xote wanted by
, a...L apr2jf D, PE.VRL A Cb,
' 1 A AAA SILVER wanted immediately bv
0VJ,UUU aprilj D. PEARL 1 CO.
r UXPOWDER MANUFACTURED BY
A 11AAARIJ Powder Company of Connecticut :
IOOO kegs Kentucky
Powder, 25 lbs each.
ouu nan kegs tlo
230 qr. kegs do
500 kegs Deer
IOOO kev-s lilastinir
500 His do kegs each)
100 canisters fiuo Ride
Tlie above powder has iast been received direct from th;.
cianufactory of the Hazard Powder Company the utialitr 1
r... l. :...:.,.. .11 1 .1 1 . .t.. , . 1 .1. .
iniiiuii3nt;iii.uuHu iiiroitguou. iue unnea orates. All
oi-dersproniptly filled by application at my Pondoi
' "sirth East eorner I'ublic Sqiurc, Naslivilfe.
' ALSO 230,000 feet Safety Five of best qiuditv
S.H. LOOMIS. Airent
for the Hazard Powder Company.
they have taken the old stsnd of C. T. Aat-oii, No. 34,
Deadericfc st., where they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand
t. 1 - -I , T-" I-
I iiwi"1 ciamcu m ine uesfc uiauuer uu iiucrai
f irr iiuttfit, MlUhJNli, N luxve in our employ eipcn
enced llOBSESHOIUlS.and tho public may rely'oiigttii'ry
to our carp will bounder the imme Bate supeiicUdt.
the Proprietors, and no jiaius or expense spared to g
meir nurses in me neaiesi manner. All wort ct cr iv
Lsfactior-ito all! "fu.irlicit? .1 c"a
liberal share of their patronage.
feb2 lv PitAM t- "sinFPUPPn
- I.I.A.U.V ltfcl llr.l.Ji.
f?rnir Ps" ! t Ji T?jol..T"r. ... X' o -.1 T., -J". .
s, i tvn, l A w. wg Ll0-
r uec uu
Broad Stbeet, Nashville. Texx.
j tweeu College and Cherry streets, North side
where he is prepared to STORE goods ofatmos:
of almost any kind
EAMAGE & CHtJECH,
"Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoe,
WE are again in recoipt of a brge .assorted stock of
Boots, Shoes, aud Brozaus, direct fiom the
manufactory; Ladies' Misses and Children's tine Gaiters,
Hoots, Excellors, Slippers and Paris Ties of every descrip
tion; Gents superior Calf Water-Proof D. S. Boots, super
nne tall "-t.tcned and riimp hole Ure-- Boot,; JValking
Shoes. Oxford Ties. Patent Leather and Com-ress Cloth I'ai-
ters; Boys'and Y'outlis Boots, Shoes and Rrogans; OverShoes
t Wf Men, ennen and Childrem and Urk Soles, Ac., Ac.
give bargains tor cash.
BAMAGE A C1IUECIL
20 bxs W. R, Raisins, fi-esli;
20 half boxes W. R, Raisins;
25 boxes Cheese;
50 dozen Brooms';
25 bf'S ColTee-
10 boxes. Uodnsii;
25 Lixes Dritsl Hrrring;
3 tierces Fiesh Rice
25 licen Buckets, painted;
25 boxes Tallow Candles;
z tioxes star Uaiirttes.
Also Teas. Jfatches, Bed Conls. Roe HerTinr'HackeiV!!.
Ac., Ac, which will be sold cheap for Cosh or Barter,
STILL THEY COME! FBESH AEBIVALSDAILY T
COJIPET1TION DEFIED ! I !
rpHE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi-
X zem orNa.xtiville nnd iurronndhi couutr)- tlmt 1F
ri-. .till n.-nlm-lt... I ...1. 1. .v ..I I.. .... II 9
he is still receiving Urge additions to Cis already int.
I mense srotMii
i Cents I'l.ahionublc Spring atitl Siii.1111cr Ready
! 3Iadc Cluthlitg,
I which he is prctiarci lo, and will bell AS LOW AS AN
. OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
!..; . ,. 1 1,1. T.i 1. , .... T, . .
-in' 1" . r "'"-"" '
and Dress Outs of the latest styles. French TwiwL Cash- 1
tnerette, Plush, Drapd'Ete, Silk Lustru aud Grass Liucn i
r rot-K, cacK, iwix, and 1 olta t oats, A c., Ac, -c
Pants and Vests ofevery color, shade, j-aitern aud quality '
iu sun mcuHKsk rasuuious.
LIKEWISE a line aswittnent of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Mhii Is, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, lhiiidkcnliier.,Siisiieuder, Hats, Cmiis, Trunks,, a
lises, Carjitt Bags, Ac, Ac
Also, a variety of Yuutlis' and Childrcns' Clotliing, from
three vcars of a;re Upwards. 1 POWERS.
Tennessi-c Clnthiiig Dejxit, No. 81 Market St, dnectly op
posit 1: Union stiect
f5f Xo contiexioti with any other house, in thecity. (
N. B. Not to be sold or undersuld hv a.ny mau or combi
nation of men. " hi1.
Country Mertl-nts in pirtica.ar are earnestly invited to
can aim iusjn.t. siocs. previous 10 purcnasingcisewncrc
TH0MAS W. FLEMING,
C o in 111 i si s i o n 31 e r c'h ant,
CHARIjESTOX, SOUTH CAROLINA. !
WILL recrave eiuiiiume:its of COTTON", CORN, BA-
COX, OATS. BUTTER. FEATHERS; Ac. HU h'4
.mt-si iw .nutiii, iiui uu -aumuutu as uereioioru unuer I
Ktl Et-sTO Hon. Joux P. Krxo. Preiident. Geon-ia ItaiT-
.. u n i . ...;u i... , : ... . i- . i
roadCompny. H. W. Coxjita, xp, lresidcut, South Ca
rolina Railroad Company.
P. S. Major AuasTEAn IVw "a niy General Agent in
Te.incssoeaiid Xnrh Aia.tuiiiA- declC Saidw (
NEW FURNITURE, io.
Af1'' are now receiving, auJwill cou-g-ygZfiz
V titmeto receive far Some time, aff-5j
larze stock of Fra-iiTCse. consistimr of ) 1 11 US
splqnijid lVxseood, and Maliogany 1'arlorsets, whioli will
i. finth. t.. i. ;-tt ...ii .ij i)i.,A . tr.; n.,ii,.
also plain sets; also splendid Roscvood and Maboifany I
Ltiamljer sets. Together vvitl i great variety ot Ndc .
til u irre-.it vaneiy oi Mdc .
Boards. Bedsteads. Wftrd IJcJan, Wash Stand., Tables,
Chairs. Ac, Ac Which will do oU at tho Ttry lowest t
rates, lor cashrxceoil notes drawin- inWrest.
i m if r.iirrVL'll'l n I.
eaM v1 Vl. 3 4. tli.r-ci.i rir.l.l iX
VTEGROES POM SALE. 2 Women, with onechild j
W Cstclu IVo Women without children. Four Boys
from 3 to 13 years old. One Girl 11 years
old. One Girl
10 y ears old.
e wish to tiy immediately, Feven yonaj: omen, four
plough boys and two young men, for'a widow bdr in the
i country. UABUS A PORTER,
cos nura uu. uedarstreet.
W. T. HARBIS A CO.
. MA COX, (7J,
Keceiveon consigi,meDt and sell all kinds of Paopcct
LEMONS, 15 boxes Lemons, received this day by
ap" P. 41 NIXON
aud quantity on reasonable tenns. He will also attend to I w h V ?i- ;IM"'w!ro,!:a--
Receiving and Forwarding. Havingone of the largestand . jf.j ,0' J-f"-, 1 of tlie patients KHiy
niiKimnmntuin.l.l.lir i.uJT.ot :...,.i:.,.. w.., as to need at) attendant to load them fiom r4ace to
,.r,t i.ai. m. .".d:. ', t: i. place. One ofthem had been afflicted la virs. ik otlw
'pot. i fj.eais. They bad tried the best jivHcians' in tho
' - - i sjia.e, wiuioiuoeiieni: atidonecl them had Li nmlrilu.
' JUST RECEIVED BY D. TEIGG, Broadway
' OA A CANS Holt t Mottlv's fresh Ovsters;
t J J 5 bbls Crushed Sugar; 5 Lbls Pulverized
, 25 bbls best Cider Viurar 100 hairs Fine Salt:
J saJe Sow by
XT'LOIitl 'iM,r4 "
hi- and for sale W fcT453R?5A
' ... - ".twi lu.i.r.'ll 1 rf . I
O A LT1 WKk bbls Kanawha Salt;
! wt oas coarse Jo-
t 3ft do Fino do-
' Jn stnn. n.t f..lT . i
in store and for saIebV-'
3gt3 STRATTOX. SMITn 4 CO,
"sorteilCastin-s fi ,
STP.ATT0N, SMITH i"C0
T A 7'7Iflll.-r. - -
turn, ! ',crt:-lwi!lconhnuetobcantIvKn
"tin. STfMTT.lv eiti-i.V'iVV-
iillTH i CO,
1 V or'i
V tu., S-IITII'A- CO.
xea. frejii U'csiarc, l-jv-r.- in -r. -
sale unusturiv W to
I -nOT STRATTON. S3I1TII A' CO
, w. u. comxax, " - -
AUCTION & COJEtHSSIO.Y 3IERCI1 Wtx
, For ths sals ofMerc.aiuUw, gxWr 'l'
Tb" Stony Mlu Ti
W 1hxm Keen A Co Sunror.,?
For sale by
TV. IL GnKiinK. f-isn
5W do Tun-blriortc-..
. - W. H. GOKIXiV .- an .
'pI.VRS--5 Cases I.TiesMareas ,ir7:t":'-
r. n ! i:..i " ,1,,
5 A Wandering Jer a,.
-n it. cordon A'Co.
MOBS KEW'KAltOTs F"
W ,u'e 'f-'s-i.by recent arrivah. njee
. . ,'"?re.c'--weuiiri,alIe,U,lAxos. u.uf&rl
oy j.ii. yunhan. and ,tam Stodart A Co, ,4
-shor !aw,l,lltL.ln, s,i ",:" ,"""u -"T.-ow tor
i, ' , ...Mm nut ne
itisdciionjn e,ery res,!. ' Warsnt,H-
iisnt,,,,,, m elerv tM.,
i. ' AV. A T.H. MtKl-Wtrr n .
DE. FBASK'S TJAGNETItJ OaTMENT.
Alllj. WLNTEBSI id lostnMiIr all of his hair and
lud been bald formany ears; by the ne of ire M
tU ot the Mu. neuc Uh ta.ent. I.a-: h. hur erttrtlf r--tured,
and now has as beaufuul a lad of hair as any mail
eould wis l. His age is about i veats.
A sou of Mr. AYarren. of this town, 1 rears of e, ha.l
been alnicteil wth the.Vsthma from his' cradle He had
j weamrfidherdtp, a.,'OT,"S
' S I "Z, ' Z. T V"ur' ''" avaiL It was one oi
I - ...icu nsr'itrtrkaitjiie'liSHiBealeiliil.
most to a sleJrtnn H.- il. . ..r r i........
i " - ' 1 . i .r ui mi- ' i ; 1 1 -
i men. hp was IMravfUircvml, and lor seven month past has.
Th.s was an extreme case c.r iiLrMnMtit of ti, eprt,
of long sfamhng: Iia-s vai let v of treatiueni from no !-. tiuit
eujr.i diuereut liysicians, witbeut leeeiviug twuefii
cured by the use or only (bur bottles of the Magnrtic'Oitit
ineiit. This was four months agoaml the hdv .a Mrs. Due
ham, i is still ingooilLealth,aBjb.'e to attend to Per. usual
uonsenoia mines, j havetieated two caswuf Lira
treatrueat of the celebrated Dr. Mo
e-ghtcen months, and bad expended hnmheslsof dollari in
I If '" t'"r', ,0 elect a cure- They are now bv ttsoct the
j Msgnetic Oiulment, neatly ot qu'.te cured; and are able tu
read and attend to any onUnarv bu-ines-s. I liave used tlw
I 5:?,,men- 'a a "-"her efca-es or Pdes, and iu can 7n ,t
faded of mniuj tmtneliite rtlief aJ. ffmrralyu berntat--t
' cite. I have idso used it beneficially ;n severe eases ofErv-
t sipelxi. And last but not least. I have within the last i year
, cured four case, of CANCER by the use of the JArf..
, n:..i..r -
From a thorough trial of the Ointment io nearly-evety
disease for which it is reow ntBended, I can canRdetitlr re
commend it to bo one ofthe ir-oet nseful remedies crer'of-
icreu io tao puolic Jiespectfuliy Yi.urs.
I BURTON HUBBELL, 3L D.
Dated Jan 27, 1 s.1o, AmeHa. Ghio.
( The character of this. Ointment, as an efficient rente"!?, is
I cstablislwl m this city. Thcreare quite a number of 'indi
viduals who ascribe their lestoration to health to thai use ot
this extraordinary Ointment
( For sale by ' IL (.. SC0VEL.
i BERRY A DKMOVII.LE,
P'ay! CAirrWHIGHTA ARMSTRONG.
Indeed 'tLiirue that the WnrM's Fair ofeiglittMi flfly-thri-o
Will be held in our happy land of liberty; " '
But true, 'tis true, too, ftt otienji swmIs" aro for sale, n'
At the PhUadefphuistore, both njsale and Ite-iLf .
Ladies, if tliercCuu a handsome Dre ya wish to get '
Silk, Iferrge, Tissue. Iiwh or Jsostt; . k
One that's, suitable for Spring vr SumBver wear,
You buy it cheap at No. I s, bn the Spure.
At the Philadelphia. Stoic ofSoliri, Hlllmaa A Co.
JfColIars, Chemisettes, N is-lie-work Sleevis, ,
Cuff or Fine Kmbrnidred Uandkersnifs,
t uwu. (niuus, WHmflWIimiTTIttWII.
Tis UiePUiIadeJidua Store such arnckj almivs keen,
Orifyoti wisha Pararol as lwndsoraa as ever seen,
Ti;en please exaaune iImisc at NwiiberRSghteen;
I Thci a s the Fine Satin, Widen! iailk and Embroil
, Aud every other kind that ever tras made.
' Ifa Bonnet of tlie Iafesi style vou want.
Rutland Gitu,tixs.s.un(ir or Bith Bloud;
1 You'll find Ihefu all, and tlmt rhsnp too, & '
At the Philadelphia Store, rurihwrstoet's entfrely'tewi '
, Of course there are many things which we cannot herclmen.
( To which we would noh'eit your kind attention;
Ia fact almost anything in the Dry Goods linr. '. .
A ou 11 tiud there from qiuEties uStrior to the most .suwr-
j And daily foo we shall receive many cxtpu.
rerourfriends Adams i CoV great Kxprvsei;
j Who, unless there oct iiracTiii-nta! detsis;
I Brings us the goods fnxu the Bast hi feti ibiy s.
Our moitois posKtvely "one price and nodeviition;
So Ladies, please call withflui further ioTifatitm.
At tho PliiloJelphu Store. Xo.lyl-HhlicS.pre-,
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i1 oere o'isiuesa isaiivavuoutiiaur.
Nashville, April 21. in'-i.
HARTFOBD IXFE TNSTJBANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Pu-4. HENRY L. MILLER.gec'y.
TNSURANCh on Uvm of white Tieisotw mi tl
Iiei soni uu the joist jt'ock
X ami icuiual plan.
Person trLhinir to insure i-miwil dn.l . n.m.swiimi'M.
--"--j' "- -'j- Shepard A Co. Kirkican A EIIiftBhil.
"a "". tnicse, ormn ' 'u, ;i. a-i k
amphleU sbowinjr the ralvan'agw oirerrd b?this
C",P''n.'' m" fnrnlshiil upon aiipiicatimi to the unirr-
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' o""" ss w... '.niiitst liiii lur nw iahiii-siii.
S. H. LOOMIS, Agent.
Northfeast ei-n-as nf (hi. T'uhtii. Snmr. Wiritt Tjlnr
Dr. R. C. K. Maktlst.
Dr. J- P. Foed, r
'Insurance on the lives of NEGROES no : thenuH,res
soluble terms. aprili t-gr-.
Dealer in Furniture and Pianos, "Window Shades Lock
ing GLvucj. Mattresses, &r.
IVoh. .If-. Cherry, XuAe&e, TennttieA
Jikimrs or FURNITURE made, to Orderr Repaii
t. r j-
lit the shortest notice, and- warrant h pril7rfCf?ot
BOY'S HAIiP HOSE,-Wehvejustreceiiedarol
ot Cotton halt bos?) fcr iloj.
u. u. huo veu .VUXTT r' -"rT1- C1 m powdered Sa
GrXGER.forl) I I'tT.'1. 1 d Writing
' r iTTvi.mm.. . . .-
:era Morbus. ttholS- I articles, all of X "J Tv"1 stu?. otis other
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angU- '- ' - MKATTU.V,
uy -IIKBS 4 MeCILL.