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i VOL. XXIV.
NASHVILLE, TENN : SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 1853.
E UNION AND AMERICAN. .
UNION AND AMERICAN.
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Executive Office, j
Nashville, May 25, 185?. j
BY the act of tha General Assem
bly, passed February 2d, 1852,
I m rrouired to uublish to the peo
ple of the Slate, that the amendments proposed to the Con
stitution, being Resolution No. 8, passed o v. 23, 1851, en
titled, "Proposed amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Tennessee, adopted by the present General Assem
bv, and to be acted on by the people," and Resolution No.
17, aaoptcdNor. 29, 1851, entitled "A resolution to alter
the tenth article of the Constitution of tho State of Tenues
sce," and which are hereto appended, were passed by a ma
jority of the Cteneral Assembly a the session of 1849-50;
and that at the next regular session, said resolutions were
passed by two-thirds of all the members elected to each
House, in accordance with the provision; of the Constitu
tion, and that at the general election to be' held on the first
Thursday in August, 1853, saidnmcndments are to be sub
mitted to the people for their approval. The attention of
the voters of the State is hereby called to the proposed
amendments to the Constitution, and the Sheriffs of the
several counties are referred to the act of the 2d February,
1852, in regard to their duties.
1 L.S. hand and caused the Great Seal of the State to
. ' be affixed. W. B. CAMPBELL.
lly the Governor:
W. B. A. Ramset,
Secretary of State.
Proposed amendments to Vie Cmstitution of the State of Tm
tuesec, adopted by Vie presaU General Assembly, and to U
atted upon by the peojle.
The third section of the 6th article of the Constitution
.hall be SO amended as to read as follows:
Section- 3. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall bo
elected by the qualified voters of the State at large, and the
Judge of such inferior courts as the Legislature may estab
lish, shall be elected by the qualified voters residing within
the bounds of any district or circuit to which such inferior
Judge or Judges, either of Law or Equity may be assigned,
by ballot, in the same manner that members of the General
Assembly are elected. Courts may be established to be
holdeouy justices of the peace. Judges of the Supreme
Court shall be thirty-fivcycars of age, and shall be elected
for the term of eight Tears. . ,
The fifth section of the sixth article of the Constitution
shall bo so amended as to read as follows :
Sec 5. An Atforner General for the State Khali be elect
ed by the qualified voters of the State at large, and the At
torney for the State for any circuit or district to which a
Judge of an inferiorcourt may be assigned, shall be elected
br the qualified voters within the bounds of such district or
circuit, iu the same manner that members to the General
Assembly are elected; all said attorneys, both for the State
and ciicuit or district, shall hold their offices for the term of
six years. In all cases where the Attorney for any district
fiilsorrefu5C3to attend and prosecute according to law,
the Court shall have power to appoint an Attorney jiro
SCHEDULE TO AMENDMENTS.
Sic 1. And that no inconvenience may arise from the
proposed amendments, should the same be adopted by tho
people, it is declaied that all judges of the Courts and At
torneys contemplated in the proposed amendments, shall
continue to hold their offices and exercise the duties and
functions thereof, according to the true existing laws and
rVinstitntinn. until the election of their successors bv the
people, to be held and made under a law to be passed by
the General Assembly, next elected, after the ratification
strict nnruane of said amendments. Provided. The Lee-
Mature shall appoint a day forbdding the election of Judged
and Attorneys General separate and opart from the days al
ready prescribed, or hereafter to be prescribed by the Leg
islature, for holding tha elections for State and county of
ficers. JORDAN STOKES,
Speaker of ihe Jfou-M of fiepretenatites.
M. R. HILL,
Speaker of Vie Senate.
Tassed November 21, 1851.
A Resolution to alter thefovrth section of Vie tenth article
of the Constitution of Via State of Tennessee.
Rtsdud ly the General Assembly of the State of Times
ere. That the fourth section of the tenth article of the Con
stitution of the State of Tennessee, be so altered that a new
rounty may be formed out ot n portion of the territory now
composing the counties of Haywood, Madison, Gibson and
Dyer, the line of which shall not run nearer than ten miles
of Dyeraburg and Jackvin; and that a new county may be
formed out of a portion of the territory now composing the
counties of McNatry and Hardeman; and that a new coun
ty may be formed out of that portion of Obion county, that
lie3westof IteelfoollakeontheMisaissippi river; and that
a new county may be formed out of fractions of the counties
of Washington, Sullivan, Hawkins and Greene, by the name
of the county of Powell; and that a new county may be
formed out of a portion or the territory now composing Ihe
If - .1 T11-1 - . . U:U i,anr nmintiM nni"
COUUlies 1U iUUriUU 1LUU UlCUMV, lllllV" uci v"w
consist of less than three hundred and fifty square miles,
and the lines of said new counties may run nearer than
twelve miles to the county seats of said old counties; ana
said old counties may be reduced below six hundred and
twenty-five square wiles.
die it furtJter reeolred. That a new county may be form
ed out of the south-west portion of Wayne county, and the
south-east portion of Hardin county, and that said new
county may consist of less than three hundred and fifty
square miles, and that the county of Lewis, formed out of
the fractions of Maury, Lawrence, Wayne and Hickman, by
an actpassedon the21stday of December, 184S, chap. SS,
entitled "an act to establish the county of Lewis," shall be
declared a constitutional county, and may consist of less
than three hundred aud fifty square miles. 1'rocided, A
majority of the quilified voters of said comity shali agree
thereto by a popular vote. Provided, It shall not reduce
the counties of Maury, Lawrence, Hickman, and Wayne,
below their constitutional limits.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JL It HILL,
Speaker of the Senate.
Adopted November 2, liiol
and send accounts to this office. True Whig.
UNITED STATES-MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York and Charleston Steam Packets.
f EAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday rTv
I j attcrnoonanaeacuaiieniaic iti-uuuauuj.
in Satnnlar. J:i. Ailser. 1.500 tons.
.1 TlieJcinion. Commander Marion, 1,200 tons, St Berry
The Southerner, W. Foster, Commander, will leave
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in complote order.
For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Accom
modation, apply at the office of the Agent,
H 11 ' HENRY MISSROON,
ComcrEast Ray and Adger's Sou. Wliarves.
Cabbin passage ?25. Steerage $8.
X. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. febl" trw
7. IRON FENCING,
At the Sisra of tho Spread Eaglo, College Street
THE undersigned is now prepared to execute all
kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron lencing.
, i ri,.ti- ,f GatAs. Fancy Step. Balcony
..jj.1i n-Ailinr. Mr work will be executed as well
as any of that biought from the Eastern Cities, and at prices
as low as the same article can be procured elsewhere.
All kinds of Blacksmith Work at the shortest notice. The
public arc requested to give me a call and examine my pat
terns and pnecs. 1 will endeavor to give i Ihe utmost satis
faction. ILL1Aj1 hlbWAKi,
College Strect,opposite the Firemen's Hall Nashville.
may 1 tf
DRS. C. K. & J. D. WINSTON,
OFFER their services to the citizens of Nashville and vi
cinitv in practice of Medicine and Surgery.
Office oh Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee.
Dr J D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Armstead, ou Vine street, between Church and
TUST UECE1VED.-A few ofthos fine Black Safin
.1 .r,m Annlr soon. T. J. HUUOll
10 qr. bbls Golden Syrup,
10 ht " Sugar House .Molasses,
16 bbls Loaf Sugar,
r. " Vt'A. do.
Jnst received trom St Louis, and for sale hr
Professor of Vecal
Music, Instrumental music ana
TMS.-One Dollar a Lesson. mahe qtiartcriy. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention.
feb s ly-
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
W. T. EARS IC f SKIDM0RE IIARRIS.
ILVRRIS & CO.
Tonvarding and C0fllfffflt,
Forward with care and dispatehte .and from lF
cities, or to any point desired, GOODS, VR0,TU rJic.
MERCHANDISE; of aU descriptions, and seU on comm ; s
shm, PRODUCE AND MERCIIANDISE.
chaso to order GROCERIES, which can be bought on
most favorabe terms, in the Savannah market They solicit
your patronage, and pledge their utmost le?'T
rriie Union anounencaa, .ibuvuic, auu
. - .1 Ml - 1 T? rtrr.
md Statesman, KnoxviIIc, ana ttie fcagic ana inquirer,
wnnhis trill nnhlish until tbc dav ot election
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANT 01
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARS!!
Chartered by the State.
THIS Company having fully organized, is
now ready to take risks on all descrip
tions of property, against loss or damages by
fire, also against penis of the sea or inland nir-.
ifmtinn Pmnnittnno in. incimnM will 1.a
igation. Propositions for insurance will be received at the
office of the Nashville Insurance and Trnst Co., College St.
A. W. JOHNSON, President.
J. S. DAsnrELL, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct 8, 1852. '
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAEOUXA.
Capital $250,000: All Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
Nashville, and am fully prepared to tako Marine, Fire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street.
' sep!8 JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPAlfY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Po3t Office, and
opposite the Verandah, will insure on tha mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats oa any of the Western waters against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
every description against the Perils of the. Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
for a term of years, or during life. Also, Rank Notes trans
mitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or propsrty insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
M. S. P1LCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. F. YfnAKrox, Secretary. janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire ; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafis, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President
JosErn Vaulx, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allison, John JL HilL F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, Jamc? Corrcy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, sSam
uel Scay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
GDIS3 SS'SNy 'SSQDs2,OS,
Capital S2,Q1,? 652
ISAAC ABBOTT, SECV .J. R. C0LLLVJ, PBES't.
HENRY IL HYDE, Traveling Agent.
LIFE INSURANCE is simply setting aside and investing
a sum yearly, with a certainty of a safe return with ac
cumulations; whereas other investments, with a profitable
and sure return, are not so easily found, and often end in an
It is an association formed by individuals, who unite to
gether, under a contract, to support each other's families in
caseoiucain. inoraerio accompiisii uim it ocwmw up
cessary to establish a lund, which is done by a yearly con- !
tribution, duly apportioned among them according to their
expectations o'f life, and the amount to be received by the
tamily at cacn one s decease.
Suppose a person at 85 years of age, whose premium on
? 1,000 would bo $20 00 a 3 ear, should put this sum out at
interest at the end of one year, if he should decease, his
family barely gets $20 00 with interest added, making 21.20
onlv. Whereas, from a life policy they would get 1,000
with his proportions of the accumulation.
Further information can be obtained by calling on
P. P. PECK, Agent.
n w Medical Examiners.
DR. It 11. l'ORTEB, )
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
JAMES DIXON, Prest HENRY L. MILLER, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus 8300,000.
INSURANCE on lives of white persons ou the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Persons wishing to insure cannot find a more responsible
Rlfer to W. B. Shepard A Co., Kirkman & Ellis, Fhil
lipsi Hart, Lindsley & Crocket, Morgan i&o., M.S.Pil
J3f Pamphlets showing the advantages offered by this
Company will be furnished upon application to the irader
siened. who has been appointed agent for the Company
6 S. H. LOOMIS, Agent
Northeast corner of the Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
R-C.K. Martin, I Medical Examiners.
Dr. J. P. Iord,
2i7insu ranee on the lives of NEGROES on the most rea
sonable terms. april 12 2m.
New York Life Insurance Company,
No. 106 Broadway,. New York.
ON THE MTJTUAti PLAS,
Accumulated Capital $500,510.00.
r: raiEMAH, actcart m. franklin, rRis'r.
lT-3TAfBlnnmKn, if Pnll.1p. 1 MTlfiil hrthlfl
Company up to July lt, 18j2 eight thousand
tix hundred and eightyone.
TrTDlTidendi made annaallv on all Life Po'
Hciein shape of stock, bearing lntereit at the rate of 6 per
cent. , ,
JTJ The dividends heretofore have always averaged from
40 to 50 per cent. ... ,
TTr" Persons taking out Policies for the wholo term or
life can glvo their note at 12 months for 40per cent of the
premium, and payCOpercentlncash.
Applications for risks, prospectus of the company, or in
formation relating to the subject or Life Insuranca may be
made atthe office of the undersigned General Agent for the
State of Tennewec. JOSEPH ASH.
Office N. W. cornerJPublic Sqnare,
opposite Planters' Bank. Sahvllle, Aug. 10, 1B52.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
James Drxoy, Pres. . Hesrt L. Miller, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus 5300,000. . .
IssuRASCis on lives of white persons on tha joint stock
and mutual plin.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. IL LOOMIS,
jan 15 6m Agent
TRUNKS. VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
WE have just received alargc and fine as
Mrtmeutof Trunks, Carpet Bags and ESts
T-..l:ri.a AAntlni rtf 5a1i llaW HnH Klfl V
l ofitlipr Trrirplinn-Trunks and Valises, alsoof Saxony, Brus
Bells. Wilton and common Carpet Bags which we will sell at
low prices. R.S. TlOLLlNS i CO.,
janl 9 Corner of College and Uion sts., Nashville.
CT 1 AAA HE WARD. I will pay theabove reward
fel.UUU to any person or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominations of 1C0, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrants ol either denomination.
R. H. BROCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
south til Ut i.t.tet.Nashville. octlt m27.
FURNITURE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, &c.
THE subscriber has just returned from the gvj
East and is constantly receiving all kinds of f-L
FURNITURE. CARPETING, Ac Mis stock at E2g3
..'. M..;.t.nrWrirpiT nrtiele in his line of bust'
a ...Ttniirn ns nnv in the citv. Purchasers would
do well to call, as he is determined to sell low for cash or on
time Tor approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marcli 1 5 wui u" --v--
THE thorough bred Jack, MARINGO MAM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
Tinnpss at Canev Snrimrin
Marshall county, five miles below tlie iistung loru in liuc.
River, at thirty-tivo dollars insurance and fifty cents groom
from a distance will benastured irratbi.
WCCK. 11C 13
He has the form, size, color and blood to re
commend him highly to those who wish to improve their
stock. Weconsidei him the master Jack of Tennessee.
For further particulars seo hand bills.
march lli-3m KNIGHT & WILSON.
It. C CARCTII. WM. TERRT. J. C. DEW
CARUTII, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154 ZTork(t Stand 25, Merchant St., Philadelphia
' faprila ly.
DR. J. AV. GRAY'.
Office in McComhs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
Reive n Deadtrtce and Union.
decl412m Residence SswAXfE.
SCALES, WEIGHTS, CASTINGS,
JUST received Platform Scales to weigh
do do do
do do do
do do do
Counter Scales. Tea Scales.
Exira sets of Ve:gbts; ioo & weights,
Caldrons, 75, 50 and 82 Gallons.
Sugar Kettles of all sizes.
English Pots from 1 to IS Gallons.
Tea Kettle of all sizes.
Do, for Stoves.
Copper Toasters, with wire cylinders.
Enameled Sauce Pans of all sizes and best qnality.
TurnedSauce Pans and Frying Pans, cf all sizes.
apriia snow;mackenzie & CO.
JUST received a few patterns of elegant ParlorG rates,
for which on account of their beauty and superior man
ufacture, have received prizes at the Northern Exhibitions.
These are tho handsomest Grates that have ever been
offered for sale in Nashville
$6 SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Dealers in Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving and For
warding Merchants, Steamboat Agents, &c',
aprill BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
MAD. STBATTOX. 0. P. SMTH. A. W. JOBXSOX.
STRATTON, SMITH & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Corner of Broad and Muriel Streets,
HAYING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart
. ment of our business to Mr. Madison Strattos, the
same will from this date be conducted under the style of
STRATTON, SMITH & Co. at our old stand, on tha comer
of Market and Broad streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept so by large accessions
every few days, to which we invite the attention and so
licit a tall from merchants in the country as well as city
dealers, being determined to sell as low as any house ii tha
city. Our terms cash and cash only,
apr 1, 1852. JOHNSON i SMITH.
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
College street, Nashville, Tenx.
Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Commission
oct3 NASHVILLE. TENN.
K. J. MORRIS. THOS. E. STRA'm.J.
MORRIS & STRATTON,
(Successors to Lanier, Moebis & Co.,)
Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Whol lie
Corner of Miriei and Clark Streett, Sash rill.
WE have now in store a large stock of Groceries, Li
quors, Wines, etc, which will be sold at the lo.iest
market prices, for cash or barter. seplT
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CO., having per
mancntly located themselves at New Orleans, offer their
servi ces as Commission amlFonvanlingMerchants
ami General Aucnts, and solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
and will give satisfaction to all who mar entrust their inter
eat to their care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held
sacred and promptly remitted.
P. S. Extensive arrangement's made for the receiving and
forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from chanres at this point Orders for Groceries and Insur-
ance Kisks, witutte collection 01 uuis, innis, ac, uucuucu
.11 . j.t... iipvi v cmvi.Tia t- r.n.
m miuuuLUL'iav. in. w . a. uiii"."u
BEN. M. NOEL & BS0.,
Grocery and Commission, Keceiving and
And Dealera in Foreign and Dsmcstic Liquors,
PATENT CHOPPING MILL,
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
An article tchieh ecery Farmer should tote.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
rive bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve years old can keep it in order and run it. It is adap
ted to either Stenm, AVater or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan and A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
nnd them at J. M. Seabury's, on College street, where they
jiill be happy to take orders. BOSS & JtDAMS.
J. T. NATHURST
ROOFEli AXD MA NlrFA CTTTRER
Of Warren's Fire and Water Proof Composition.
I DEEM it unnecessary for me to say anything in favor of
this mode of Roofing; the constant increase of it? popu
larity fortlie laat seven years that it has been tested in near
ly all parts of the Union, is the best evidence of its utility
aud value. Tho roof shows for itself
J50liiceou Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st,
in 'Moore's block. feb2 ly
1QTJORS AXD TOBACCO.
4u0hbls Sam Hale's Whisky; lOObbls Drans Whisky;
50 bbls Old Monongahela do SO" Brown's D D do;
60 " American lJrandv; 40 " " S M Wine,
20 " Old Port Wine; ' S3 " N E Rum;
5 14 Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 50 Baskels Champaigne;
0 boxes of LiebciVGinger and Raspberry Brandies;
52 l':pes Holland uin; dois American um;
an lvr fins Jnnes' Tobacco: 60" Walker's Ale:
20 " Young & Birdewcll's do 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco;
25 " l'.Mlioerz.o 1 do; so -rennets
20 " " " Gold Leaf do
10 " Fcnix's
10 " 13. Daily s co
20 " Missouri
10 " Ender's do
10 " Sam Wools 5's
5 " S E White's do
In store and for sale by
5 " Rend & Nash's
BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
250 bags Prime Rio Coffee;
60 " " Laeuayraao;
300 bbls Reboiled Molasses;
800 halves do do;
50 hhds choke Sugar;
500 bags fine Suit;
300 kegs Oysters;
500 cans do;
800 bbls St Louis Mills Flour;
100 Cincinnati do;
300 kegs Nails assorted;
300 boxes Glassware, ass;
25.000 Imported Cigars;
50,000 Melea do?
10 frails S S Almonds;
10 tierces Rice;
5 ceroons Indigo;
2 casks Dutch Madder;
20 bbls Copperas;
20 bags Pepper;
15 " Spice;
800 reams Wrap. Paper;
500 lbs Kanawha Salt :
20 kegs Shot and Lead;
100 dox. Brooms:
25 bbls Golden byrup;
20 bbls .Mackerel;
50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
300 boxes and half boxes Raisins;
Just received and for sale by BEN. M.NOEL 4 BRO.
A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
which we will give the highest market price.
febl9 UE. il.aUEU iiki".
Rich Spring Goods.
w. a. & J. g. McClelland,
No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE receiving and now opening their Stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety;
it is decidedly the most attractive they have ever opened.
They would call the attention of purchasers to the following,
with many other Goods not enumerated :
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Plaid India Siike;
Delicate Summer Silks ;
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Be rages, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Brilliantea;
Rich Organdy Muslins ;
" French Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
Valcncicnne Laces and Inscrtings, Star Point Laces, Ya
lencienncand Muslin Collars, Cufla and Dimity Bands. Jac
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mourning
and Traveling Collars.
LFNEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS. .
Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine Bird's Eye Diaptr, Huckaback and Medicated
Towels, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed TickinSs'y!.jjCj;s
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened in Nashville. Also. Silk for Mantles.
1 WHITE GOODS.
Mull Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Chsckcd Jaco
cetts. Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS. Ac.
Blue and White Silk Hoe, Thread and English Cotton
Hoe, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Miths, Kid Gloves.
iimm niinlliws. Black and Plaid Silks. Black Crapes,
Bcrages, Ginghams and Musling, blue Rept Silks, without
j Jlourning Collars, and Sleeves,
1 ' FOR MEN AND BOY
Cloths. Cassimercs. Cottouades, Drillings, Summer Coat
ings, Lisle Turcad sums, liincn anu aim oairvs , vra,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislio and Cotton Half
Hose, Ac, Ac. ... ,., , , ,
Wo trill iaVa preat nleasure m showincr our Stock, feel
ing assured wc will be able to offer such inducements, as it
re-arussiyie anuprimaju- wui.uiii.i;in.vi i.
" J w. a. & J. o. McClelland.
Vashville, March 29,1853.
MYERS & McGLLL.
DIJILERS IN EVERT DESCRirTIOJt OP
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
fin Cdler.tL ttreet. one door South of the Soxuire.
j "TTII E R E may be found at all timcsa large assort
VV ment of Winchester's, Davis & June's, & Myers'
l .i i-i ; -i . - c ti it i :,l T :
Patent ououicer ocam uirut, oi liuiuu, .iiuaau wim iiiu
cn Bosoms, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cash
Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gatters, Gloves, Kid and
Silk, lluck. Cishmere, Cloth. Chamois, Wash Norma,-
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen s Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs. Stocks, Ties, Wateiford3, Albert,
De Joinville's, plain, hmb d and seir-adjusting, travi
Smrfj TO.ick and White Satin Ties. Shoulder Braces, S
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsy, Riding and
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk-
inf uancs. riiiiiiK n uiii?, iiuuu, u.c ko.uu, i in-3t,
. t. ' n.ii.i. n.c w.l. T)... T:
Carpet xiags, oaicuvia, wicaaiii w, nui, uuas,,
u, Own Glasses. Porte Monies. Fans, Writine Desks
Cirrar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Goods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur-
f We have made arrangements with our friends at the
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we snail navegooas nere iu jeaamau uiu
fromtheNew kork Custom & McGlLL'S.
TSirnishinp Store. Colletro street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. "Ctll
JUST RECEIVED. T. J. Hough is now receiving
and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting of
Cloths, Cissimeres, Ycstinas, cC-c, in great variety and of
latests styles. Also, a superior lot of ReadyMade Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods to all of which
he myites the attent:oaof his friends and the public gener
ally, imroj a, j. uvuuu
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
The Remcdvover all Remedies for the Dusaucsof the Live,
Jhspepsia, Enlargement and Infamation of the SpUen
Reartlurns, Colic Flaialence, Piles, CanHtrpation, all
aueaies or me jsoiseit, ana men aueaset as arue jrom a
disorderd state qf the Stomach, Liter or Rovels, as
iicrotula ana Sores oj any emu. tor uenerai uebUUy,
fran which Ladies frequently suffer, there is not Us
equal in the whole Materia Medico.
nnHE inventor of this Drenaration was for three rears s
JL completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
tiie iii ver Wat ne was irequeniry ior weeks at a ume unaoie to
raisohimself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
honelessbr thousands, and it was br accident that he sue
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med
icine, Ins success in such cases has been unrivalled, lie
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and const
quently said nothing thiough the press of his own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown ly the certificates which have oecn
I subjoin the certificate of Prof. M. Gabbert, of Memphis,
Tenn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my
Memphis, Tenm, April 17, 1352.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I uekeve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsia and Liver affection,
and after trying the prescriptions ol many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief, he finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. I).
Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in tins
HonsviLLE, January 12,1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: I take the liberty and fell it to be my dnty
fo recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach and bowels, vour Alterative Compound, as a very
sepcrior medicine. My son, aged 15years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bcttles of which, 1 believe,
entirely cured him. MICAJAH CAYCE.
HcNTsnLLEf Oct 17, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: Some time has elapsed since I gave a cei
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to
the public, that my wife Iiad for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind cf spells of craup in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried ef several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many differen
medicines, with momentary relief. Beimj persuaded to try
youralterative compound, I did so audi am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of tho
liver and dyspepsia. X. B. ROBERTSON.
Hcststille, Sept. 29, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe Having seen tho publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven by physicians, andneverfonnd any thin" that would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which Das
relieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Cobxtt, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe : I feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
recomiicndyom- Alterative Compound. It has entirely le
lieved me, so that I have not liad cause f o take anything in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as codd as it ever is at my advanced aze.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. 1 am very respectfully your friend.
noTsviLLB, AhL, August 24, 1851.
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia aud Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced tho usa of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAR0THER3.
Hcxtstille, Ala, March 3, 1852.
Da. Bledsoe Sir: Judsrinir from the certificates rou
hare already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healini? virtues of
your Compound; but I must say, that for years I suffered a
great deaf from Dyjpepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25cr30pounds,andfeel about as well as I ever did.
lic-mi J. uutr.
rSFThe above medicine is for sale in every Druir Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. ;SF"Price$l per pint Bottle. novls lyd tr
DR. WM. aicLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of NashviU
and vicinity, that he his returned again after a resi
dence of fourteen years in tho South, and Dermanentlvla
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Waal
Ington and Pearl streets, wnere he may at all tunes be fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
mock uisircaaiug tiaea ui vuc luuuwiug uiseascs, TIE .ier-
vous Alfectious, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers. Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds. Couchs. Incipient Con
sumptions, Bheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, ScrofTulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Uanorages; Diarrhoja, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, orms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal l'rofession and the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
of the sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DK. WM. WcLANE.
J2T"A11 Letters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
DR, FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all ot his hair ana
had been bald for many years; by the use of three tot
tlf nf Du ir.innrlii Ointment, had his hair entirely re
stored, andnowhasas beautifula headof hairasanyman
eould wish, ins age is aoout ou years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle- He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving ana
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he was thoroughly cured, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust heafth.
This was an extreme case of inflammation qf the spleen,
of long standing; has a variety of treatment from no less than
eiaht different phvsicians, without receiving benefit was
-cured bv the use of only four bottles of tho Magnetic Oint
ment This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I have treated two casesof Chronic Sore
Rues with the Ointment, both of the patients se nearly
blind, as loneed an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afflicted 18 years, the other
about 9 years. They had tried tbc best physicians m the
State, vyithoutbenefit: andoneof them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen montlis,and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are now by use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured;, and aroableto
Hn,linil atlontl tnanirnMinorpltiKinAU. I have USed the
1 CUU 1U1U it.ll.uu vw v. t n . ..... j . -
Ointment in a number ef cases of Piles, and in no case has it
failed of giving immediate relief and generally a permanent
enre. I have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but not least, I have within the last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
From a thorough frialof the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can connaenny re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public Respectfully Yours.
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
TVnfol .Tun 87. 1R50. Amelia. Ohio
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
otiMl.hpfl in lhis citv. Thero nro nuite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use ot
this extraordinary Ointment.
Forsyte by IL G. SC0VEL,
BERRY & DEMOVILLE.
mav6 CARTWRIGHT & ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOTJT.
lAttiw oiiitci, xiAan .'
Kextdoor to II. S. French's Grocery Warehouse, and qp-
twsHa fiyrrlt tf- StrattOlCs
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness" riSKJU
lu fiuiu J.u nuiJisuiu uj mi. w it 1 1 r .
iu. i-il 1 o i t r. -i a n A ipimnl oil HUH Trill h
uie viam cum .uauiuwwi v, "! "". ..... .
sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
, ,,P 1 t .T.-nttnT-wlnrl In Imuvl S
promisea. ah oraers pruuiunj
O ODA WATER APPARA1 US, Jor tnanvfac-
n turnq. drawing ana oowxwjt tvc aUU my
pruveu wmsirucuoii, ujiiuiAA.-.w . .1 -it?
-A j? nrn:tunett h!T
piicupnnieu uireciiuuaiui. -j
cmnvpn rtw MB9T A VESCI AXD I-' ' RETT.
wikinu . . ..w. 1
n ., n l, V - V !Tlt"
opposite ueuevue, , , . ""
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, ic, in the United
Sta'es, and where may be found a large assortment of every
ait'cle connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
jan 27 3m Estabushxd 20 Yiam,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FAIil & CUNNINGIIAai,
No. 47, CoLLtas Street, Nashtzllr, Tess.
ARE now in receipt of their entire stock ofHARDWARE
and CUTLERY for the Spring Trade, and in calling
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that of any House in any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found thai
self-interest should prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home market
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always
keep on haad.
Featherst Ginseng and Eeesirax, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
J. ir. Uurrowii Patent Plantation
THIS Mill differs from all others In the construe tlon of
the upper or Running Stone, which is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed In a cast iron Case, which
forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Ere, or
Bash, than lsofcreater external diameter at theboltom that
at the top, which la secured to tha back by four bolu, o that
every block is In the form of a dove tall which (rtres greater
strength to a Stone than any other method which Is required
in small mills, where the stone Is run with great speed, and
becomes dangerous If not itrocgly made. It also gives any
weight to a stone of small diameter that is required without
having It thick or high, that makes It top heavy.
This mill la a square frame made of wood or east Iron, In
the form of a busk,wlth Bndge-tree, Spindle lialaDce, Ring
Driver, and Regulating Screw, nnd grinds ni.onths same
principle as alarL mill, differing only In the Runner Stone;
this being of great weightenables It to grind nearer the cen
teragreater quantity of grain with les power than any other
mill now in use. This mill U portable, indmay beattached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Krench Burr 11 IU Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph ti. Barrows, of Cincinnati, Is the inventor, for
which he obtained Letters Patent In 1843. For alllnfrlnge
menti the purchaser will be held responsible for the right
These Mills do not require a Millright to set them up; and
all that is necessary to put them In operation, Is to attach a
hand to tha pulley on the spindle, with a drum sufficiently
large to run a twenty-four Inch Mill 240 revolutions per
minnte, attached to Gin, Steam.orWater Power. By the
atealy application of two horse power the Mill will grind s.x
(o 8 bushels per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill. If put to its fullest
speed, wli grind from ten to fifteen bushels per hour.
These mills are warranted to be In every respect as recom
mended. Uictmoits tor Usikq. Place your mill about 50 foet from
the Driving Pullej in a level position; make the belt of
leather sir or eight Inches wtd. Give the Stone240 revolu
tions a minnte with thsan. Keep the uerfc and step of
tho spindle well oiled. Place thesuron tha back of the
Kenning Mone.in the sane way as the Cross cn the Driver,
that Is, the way they are trimmed to ran.
Refer to Thos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county. Ohio,
Jesse Beal,Eq.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C S. Bradbury,
Esq . of Cincinnati, aud a number of oihTS.
All orders directed to JOHN E. B01JMAJ,
No. 52 liroadway, Nashville, Agent for Middleand Hast
Tennessee, or J- H. Bu KKOWS,
Jan 56 d. tr-w. & w. ly. wtii front t. nn.u,
J03EPH F. D1TNT0N,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
Ao. 51, Public Square, KashtiUe, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large and well assorted Stock of the
most desirable goods of the season, embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap Goods, White Goods of all kinds,Lacos and Embroide
ries, French 'Jaconetts, Lawns and Cambrics, Bareges,
Barege de Laines. BrillianU'nes; a variety of other Dress
Goods, Hosiery of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions, Hard
war, etc Ixwkin? Glasses, a large variety of Guns and Pis
tols, besides a great variety of Trimmings and every descrip
tion of Goods, to which he now submits the inspection of
Merchants of the city and country trade, to which stock will
be added daily, desirable goods from the East Merchants
generally, are invited to examine my stock and compare
prices w'lth that ol other houses in the trade.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. . .
IWISn to sell my tract of land situated m Jones uend,
Davidson county, 25 miles above Nashville by the river,
lu miles from it by land. The land lies about a mile from
.v. n.ii..: ...MniL- m id. nnrvwir iil nf th rivpr. The
tract contains 87a acres, 160 cleared, the rest well Umbered,
. - - - i .a TT 1 I. MJt !mnwirai4
4-5 ot toe lana river oouora. idc pce wi uiyuiyu,
brick dwelling house with 8 Urge rooms, passages, portico
aau gttiici , uin. ouuo jjuvjw, vui.iv - t re
houses, barn, cribs, housa built for a gin, overseer's house.
ClOCK water in aouaaiiuce anu - K" uoiinuj,
The land is unexceptionable: adapted to cotton, corn, and
all other grain. ,
may 21 m w or . z. uwumuu.
B. LYONS. J-
HEADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General (tanrnUsion Merchants,
tSTTher keen an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala.
afee CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
pi"TAinn'Snf timt stvlcs. nnd made inthebest
manner eipres-ily for our retail sales in Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most
costly articles: such as GLOMES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS. STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Uavies ana Jones onuuiiucik ouui ouuuu, w
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up
on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment oa Cedar
street near the Post OlEce.
ian20 uiiirxvn a auuvaa.
Indeed 'tis true that the World's Fair of eighteen fifty-three
Will be held in our happy land of liberty;
At the Philadelphia Store, both V holesale and Retail.
T - if T,nrnre n hsindsnmn Dress rou wish to t.
Silk, Berege, Tissue, Lawn or Jaconet;
One that's suitable forSpring or Summer wear,
You buy it cneap at -o. is, ou iuu oquuic
n- :r :nrAf In i j n TVph Rhnwl to hur.
Then please at the Philadelphia Store apply;
t . cf T . r ., T .1 m TinNMariMmolplnir
r or ouawia sic suiuu. iuvwi...v.i... ......
At the Philadelphia Store of Sohn, Uillman&Co.
If Collars, Chemisettes, Needle-work Sleeves,
Cutis or r iner.rnDroiuerea iiauuKeraurcia,
You desire to purchase extraordinary cheap,
Tis the Philadelphia Store such articles always keep.
Or if you wish a Parasol as handsome as ever seen,
Then please examine those at Number Eighteen;
There s the Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bro.
And every other kind that ever was made.
Ifa Bonnet of the latest style you want,
Rutland Gim, Gossamer or Rich Blond;
You'll find them all, and that cheap too,
At tho Philadelphia Store, for their stock's entirely new.
Of course th?re are many things which we cannot here men
To which we would solicit your kind attention;
You'll find there from qualities inferior to the most super-
And daily too we shall receive many extras,
Perour friends Adams A Co's. great Express;
AVho, unless there occur accidental delays;
Brings us the goods from the East in ten days.
Our motto is positively "one price and no deviation,"
So Ladies, nlcaso call without further invitation.
At the Philadelphia Store, No.18, Public Square,
Where business is ulwuys done fair.
Nashville, April 21, 1S0S.
EAMAOE & CHURCH, ZZ
'Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes
COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE.
TT7E are again in receipt or a largo assorted stock of
VV Hoots, Shoes, aud Brogans, direct from the
manufactory; Ladies' Misses and Children's fino Gaiters,
Boots, Exccllors, Slippers and Paris Ties of every descrip
tion; GenU' superior Calf Water-Proof D. S. Boot super
fine Calf Stitched and Pump Sole Dress Boot' Walking
Shoes.-Oxford Ties, Patent Leather and CongreM Cloth Gaiters-Boys'
and Youths' Boots, Shoes and Brogans; OverShoes
for Men, Women and Children, and Cork tries, Aa, Ac
We aik merchants and planters to examine our stock. We
give bargains tor cash. RAMAGK i CHURCH.
NASHVILLE TOBACCO MANUFACTORY,
Ko. IS, on UHlege, near jjt oaa street:
THE subscribers are manufacturing Tobacco from Ten
nessee, Kentucky, and Missouri Leaf, which they war
rant as good, and will sell as low, as any Tobacco a' the same
quality manufactured elsewhere. We solicit a call from
dealers generally, as Tobacco of our manufacture will be
found to rive good satisfaction, and pay the dealer a fair pro
fit. A. J. MU33ELMAN 4 CO , Manufacturers,
No. 43 College, near Broad streets, Nashville, Tenn.
march 9 tlj
SPRING AND SU3IMER CLOTHING,
cut and made opln the latest and most approved style, amoog
which can be round. Coats, Pants end rests,ot overy des
cription. All of which we can sail at satisfactory prl.
ITT Country Merchants will find It to ihelr interest to call
ap S. 43 Market (trevt, Hasavill, Tenn. m
H. G. SC0VEL,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Sbrth side of the Public Square, 3 doors West qf the
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Paots, Brcshxs, Pxarmasr,
Powdee, Oils, Di Stcws,
FA.vcr Akicxks, Snor, Yxssants,
Glass; Glasswiee, Lead,
SURGICAI. AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
VTERO ABD OMIXdL S UPPOETERSand TR VSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES,"
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, &c.
KashtiOe, March 11, 1853.
LBS. PRINTER'S INK Winter. Sprimr. Sum
mer and Fall News, of the best qualitr, for sale by
IRESH GARDEN SEEDS, from Landreth, Risler and
the Shakers, for sale by U. G. SCOVEL.
RASS SEEDS, in variety, for sale by
LYON'S KATHAIRON, forthe Hair-thU article is pop
ular in New York city, as an admirable preparation
and an effectual remedy for baldness and falling off of the
hair, causing it to grow luxuriantly, rendering it soft; glos-.
sr, beautiful and preventing its turning grey, for sale by
marchll IL O. SCOVEL.
LYON'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, for Dvspcp
sia, Gout, Rheumatism, Cramp, Cholera Morbus, Cbolic,
Ac., &C-, which is one of the best preparations of the day a
trial will convince the incredulous, for sale by
marchll IL G. SCOVEL.
a ALVANI3M Christie's Belts, Eraceiets, Fluid, Rings
and Plasters, for sale by the only agent in Nashville,
marchll IL G. SCOVEL.
T ANGUOKN 4 ARMISTEAD"S SUPERIOR TOBAC-
i J CU, for sale V holesale and Kctail by
KIFLE POWDER Connecticut and Tennessee Rifle Pow
der, warranted best quality, for sale by
marchU H. G. SCOVEL.
-TEAT3 FOOT. Refined Tanner's, Lard. Linseed and
1 CastorOils,forsaleby H. G. SCOVEL.
OMITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, just received and
O for sale by marll H.O.SCO'EL.
TEAS Black, Young Hyson; Imperii!, Gunpowder, and
Extra Carious Black Tea. These Tea3 are of good
quality and hare given satisfaction, for sale by
marchll JL O. SCOVEL.
TTUtASIVE SOAP. For removinggrease, tar, paint,
' 1 nil n, mmiEll fntTT, O I Il'rf B.tlTI, l,rM1f, !lt J Mm,t,
Ac., without injuring the finest fabric For sale by
may23 STRETCH '& ORR.
DIt. GOUAItD'S Italian Medicated Soap for ren
dering the eUn smooth, white and soft, removing sal
lowness, cntanciiiis eruptious, pimples, tan. freckles, red
ness, Ac Fors.de by STRETCH & ORR.
EAZOIt STltOrS. We hare just "received a full
supply of the very best Razor Strops imported to this
country. Also some very fine Razors. For sale by
may2d STRETCH i ORR.
LUUIN'S TOILET POWDER We have jitot
received a lot of this Powder, which is much superior
to the American article. For sale, by
may23. STRETCH A ORR.
STARCH POLISH For giving a magnificent gloss
to all Cotton, Linen or Cambric Goods, but more parti-
' T fl - ... , TT T- T . 1
cuiarty io lAjuara, oniru, ana fKiwiuA. rursaie,or
STRETCH A ORR. Druerist
Comer Union and Cherry St., Nashville.
KOUSSO Is a new and icfalliable remedy for Tape
Worm ; we are in receipt of a supplv of the genuine
article. maySl CORREY A MARTIN.
I, WAYS OX HAND Fresh supplies of all THE
CnOICEAND PURE CHEMICALS such as
Quinine; Mrphine, Salacine,
Rebeerine, Lactucanum, O'Jqf Ergot,
Ver atrene. Chloroform, CJlodion,
Oil Cuberbs. Oil Tobacco, Cibrate Potassa, Sub. Nit Bis
onutb. Cyanuret Potassa. Iod. Potassa. Wine of Colcbicurn
Seed ,Symp Buckthorn, Syrup of Speeac. Ac, Ac, all war- j
rantedrcaiand genuine. CCBREY A MARTIN, f
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Thankful j
forthe rtrv extensive parronage which has beei ex- '
tended to our Prescription Department by the Medical j
Faculty of the city, we wish to assure them that non but !
the purest and freshest Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Pre
paratumt are used far compounded prescriptions in our '
IIUU..C 1U13 IfCpaibLLiCU. VC1U UUUC1 ill. J)VtiM WluQUI
Dr. Currey, the ntinost care and vigilance will be ued to
avoid anyerrors either in the compounding or in the dis
pensing of Prescriptions. With neatness, readiness, and oe
cvracy in compounding, and genuineness and freshness'va
our medicines, we hope to continue to merit the patronage of
the Medical Faculty and of the community.
may-21 CURREY A MARTIN.
BO f.'LE'S H Y PRIEON. FLUID.F0R restoring,
preserving, and adorning the hair. The virtues of this
article require no Panegyric Therefore,
ALL who suffer from Baldness,
ALL who are troubled with Dandruff;
ALL who have humors on the Scalp,
ALL who are troubled with Headaches,
ALL who wish to have a beautiful and glossy head of
hair, in luxurious redundancy to the end ot life, use Ragle's
Uyprieon Iluid. For sale by CURREY A MARTIN,
may2 1 No. 85, Union st
JUST RECEIVED 500 gallons Spirits Turpentine;
2000 lbs super Carbonic boda;
4000 lbs Plaster Paris;
4000 lb Spanish Whiting;
Together with a large supply of Pninlt and Dye Stuffs
of all sorts and colors.
may21 CURREY & MARTIN.
STARCH POLISH One gross just received. This
Polish is prepared by Preston & Merrill, Boston, from
the original German Recipe. It saves one-half the labor
usually required as the Ironing may be done immediately
after applying the Starch.
For sale by CURREY A MARTIN,
may21 No. 85, Union street
NOTICE is hereby given to all those indebted to Ebzxs
zxr Fise, deceased.intestate, to come forward and make
payment, and to all having in possession any of the goods
and chattels of said deceased, tojieliver them; and all those
having claims against said deceased to present them proper
ly authenticated, by the 10th day of June next, or they will
beforeverbarred. D. R CLAIBORNE,
marchll 3mtny Administrator.
"VTOT1CE. In consequence cf the Fire on Friday morn
ing, we are compelled to suspend business for some
time, but will commence again as soon as we can procure a
suitable house, of which due notice will be given. In the
meantime we hope our friends who are indebted to us, and to
Ewin, Brown A Co., will come forward and settle up without
delay, that we may meet our own engagements promptly.
We can be fonnd at No. 18, on the square John Nichol s
We would also take this occasion to express our grateful
thanks to those who hare kindly favored us and our prede
cessors with their patronage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens, to whose exertions we are mainly indebted for
what of our goods were saved, and to those land friends who
sympathise with us in our loss.
feb2 EWIN BROTHERS.
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY! I
COMPETITION DEFIED I ! !
TIIE subscriber respectfully announces to tlie citi
zens of Nashville and surrounding country that
he is still receiving large additions to his already im
Gents Fashionable Spring and 'Snnuner Ready
which ho is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Already in store Fine Brown, Bine, Black and OliveFrock
and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed, Cash
mcrette. Plush, Drap d'Ete, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen
trocE, sacK, uox, ana 1'oiKa loats, xc, tc, xc
Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra-
- c , t. si n. , ,
vais, lianaKercnieis, ouspenuers, naiA, vun, iniui.", tu
Uses, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac
Also, a variety of 1 ouths' and Childrens Clothing, from
three years of age upwards. I.. POWERS,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 84 Market St, directly op
posite Union street
KpNo connexion with any other house in the city.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. L. P.
Country Merchants in particu.ar are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
THOMAS W. FLEMING,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
WILL receive consignments of COTTON, CORN, BA
CON, OATS, BUTTER, FEATHERS; Ac. His bu
siness in Acgcsta, will be continued as heretofore under
RgTEBS to Hon. Jons P Knro, President, Georgia Rail
road Company. IL W. Coxneb, Esq, President, South Ca
rolina Railroad Company.
P. S. Major Absistead Wall is my General Agent In
Tennessee and North Alabama. decl6 2mdw
NEW FURNITURE, Ac
WE are now receiving, and wid con
tinue to receive for some time, a
larrre stock of Fursitebs, consisting of'
.ml Sluhnminr PatlorselS. which will
be finished to order, '.n Brocatell and Plush, or Hair Cloth;
also plain sets; also splendid Rosewood and Mahogany
Chamber sets. Together with a great variety of Side
Boards, Bedsteads, Ward Robes, Wash SUsnds, Tables,
Chairs, Ac, Ac Which will ba sold at the very lowest
rates, for cash or eood notes drawing interest
aprStf w- T- H- GREENFIELD A CO.
NEGROES FOR SALE. 2 Women, with one child
each. Two Women without children. Four Bovs
from 8 to IS years old. One Girl 14 years old One Girl
We wish to buy immediately, seven young Women, four
plough boys and two young men, for a widow ladr in the
country. DABBS A PORTER,
feh24 eoAw No. 33 Cedar street
"W. F. HARRIS & CO.
Receive on consignment and sell all kinds ofPaoDcer,
SUGAR. 100 hhds Prime Sogar, in store and for sale
Iowby STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
COFFEE 250 bags Prime Rio Coffee, in store and for
sale low by STRATTON, SMITH A CO.
TT'LOUlt 500 bbls. Flour, various brands, just received
J and for sale low by
SAXT 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
5"0 bags Coarse do;
800 do Fraa do;
In store and for sale by
STRATTON, SMITH A CO,
IRON AJfD CASTINGS-8 tonsNpier Hammered
Iron; 20 tons Rolled do; 15 tons assorted Castings kr
taleunutually low, to close, by
STRATTON, SMITH 4 CO,
ANGHORXE "& AKMISTILVD'S SUFE
BI0R CHEWING TOBACCO. As principal agents
for the sale of the above justly celebrated Tobacco in Nash
ville, we are and will continue to be constantly supplied.
STRATTON, SMITH A CO,
QUNDH.IES Loaf crushed, clarified and powdered Su
Ogars; Pyppe. Allspice, Indigo; Letter. Cap and Writing
Pape; Star and Tallow Candles: Bar Soap and various other
articles, all of which will be sold unnsnallv low br
STKATTON, SMITH A CO,
TnRESU Altl tl V ALS. 20ii bbls superiornew wheat
X Hour, just received, and for sale low to close br
n'T2() STRATTON. SMITH CO.
"f O 1Io3tes.fresh Western Reserve Cheew, per steamer.
L J c r sale unusually low to close.
STRATTON, SMITH i CO ,
poy 2" Broad war.
O i Barrels Louisnile Hydrauhc Cement in store
J J and for sale by
nor 20 STRATTON. SMITH A CO.
W. H. COEDOX, C I). JSaTAxT
W. H. GORDON & CO..
A1ICTJOX & COMIISSIO.V .HERCDTAJiTS.
For the sals of Merchasdira, generally,
janl , SAsnnm.Tgnt.
OBA CCO. 150 Boxes Keen A Co, atony Mill' To
bacco; 50 Boxes Keen A Co, Sun cured Tobacco;
150 do Stubblefield do;
150 do Boaz do;
150 do Godwin's ila;
For sale by jan3 W. IL GORDON & CO.
LAii-S WARE. 200 Boxes Pint PUs-
10") Boxes Quart do;
500 do Tumblers, assorted for sale by
iar.3 W. H. CORDON A CO.
CIGARS' 5 Caes Las TresMareas Regalia Cigars;
5 cr-nes La National do do
5 a Jenny Lind do do
6V Wanderin? Jw do do
Spotted Cathedral do do
La Fiel do r!
Monte Cristo do do
50.000 Pays Melee
For sale liy jan3
W. H. GORDON A CO.
Grocsr, Cmmisriaa, Esivii& Forwarding Harchant,
dec 30 Bboap Stt.eet. Naswvuxz. Tcw.
DTRIGG.uas opened his Urge and commo- .jgSES
dious Ware Uoums on Brood Street, be- iSj
tween College and Cherrr streets. North side. JsariidK
where ho is prepared to STORE goods of almost any rcd
and quantity on reasonable tern's. He wjl aK a.-end to
Receiving and Forwarding. Having jr.e f ' he largest and
most convenint house in he city, Iocu:ed at an intcrmediiio
point be ween the epper River Landing and Raiiruad Do
pot JTJ3T EEC2IV2D B7 D. TRIGG. Rroalway.
OA A CANS Holt A Mottly's fresh Ovs'ers;
) 5 bhls Crashed Sugar; a bbls Pulverized Sugar;
-q uois est. tyiuer inesar iuu rxgs t ine Bali;
21 bxs W. R. Raisins, fresh;
20 half ooxes V. R. Raisins;
10 boxes Codfish;
25 boxes Dried Herrirg;
3 tierces Fresh Rice;
25 dozen Buckets, painted;
so ooxes cneesc;
25 bbls Jloliisea;
W dozen Brooms;
25 bass Coffee: -
25 boxes Tailow Candles;
z ' rxes r-wr uanaies.
Also Teas. Matches. Bed Cords. Roe nerrincr. Mackerel.
Ac, Ac , which will be sold cheap for Cash or Barter,
WnistAS, for aperiodof twentyrears we have dlligwtly
studied how we might best ameliorate the pecuniary condi
tion ot tie Human Family, and aiserreihe npplaodits of
mankind We are now nappy almost beyond the fewer cf
expression, to impart the jovous intell'gnce thit
THE liOUR HAS COME!
When we can proclaim to tho Nations of the Earth tha
completion of our extended hbora in the announcement that
FOUND OUT AT LAST
The proces by which riches may be easily acquired, and
A MOST EXTRAORDINARY FACT
Is, that we give to tba world, gratis, the ofdpring cf thosa
wearisome researches, wbich consumed nearly a
QUARTER OF A CENTURY
In gestation, asking for jnrselves for revealirg this
Nothing but the delightful assurance that mankind will ba
at last convinced of toe practicability of garnering'
A GOLDEN HARVEST
Through the medium of
PYFER & CO.
The Truly Fortunate and Far-famed Lotery Broker,
dVb. 1 Light street, Raltimore, Maryland.
Let not a few frowns of Fortune cast rou down;
She were not Fortune if she did not frown.
Those who in patience bear her scorns awhile
Are those on whom, at last, she most will smile.
MOST GLORIOUS 'SUCCESS I
PYFER &. CO. sold and pa d lasl month a Mountain,
EVERY DRAWINGS TELLS A CHEERING TALE t
X?3 The most successful method to draw a Prize is to
Purchase a Package! The expeieuce of every day strength
ens this declaration.
''No suck word as FaiT at Pyfer Co's.
t3J Forward your orders without delay!
Splendid Schemes for June, 1853.
EThe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, are given below.
Price of Price a f
1 & drawn
ISfDrawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn. ,
j5f"Corrcspondents will please order a few days before
tho lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
who order by thePackage, and tha chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. gy-Bank Drafts or Certificates ef Deposit psyeble in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondent!
who draw prizes at Pk FER A CO'S.
X2T Remember A Package of Tickjets, can drew rocs
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
3TIn order to secure a Fortune, and the cash Immediats
ly after the result is known, the readers otthis paper .hava
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets to the Old tus
lished, far famed and truly fortunate txchangoand Lottery
Brokers. rlrtK a. LU,
june 1m No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
UNFOWDER MANUFACTURED BY THE
VT HAZAllu Puwder Company of Connecticut:
1000 kegs Kentucky Rifla Powder, 25 lbs each.
50Obalrkegs do do do 12lff!o d;
250 qr. kegs do do do 6 do do;
500 kegs Deer do do 25 do do;
1000 kegs Blasting do 25 do do;
SCO lbs do (5 kegs each) do 125 do do;
300 canisters fin lvifle do 1 icund
The above powder lias just keen received direct frcra tha
mmufactory of the Hazard Powder Company the qoahtr
of which is well known througuout tho Cc.ied States. All
orderspromptly filled by application at my Fowdor'Dif ot
North r.ast corner Public square. Nusurihe.
ALSO 250.000 feet Salety Fuse of tt quality.
S.H. LOOM LS, Agent
rrnrch25 for the Hax rd Powder Cum;mny.
WANTED. zCywo to vjX dollars in Soutii Caro
lina Bank Notes, and S30.WO Girg-. Bonk Note,
wanted immediately by aprilt) D. PjRL A Ct
O- AAA AMERICA
20,UUU by apritt
AMERICAN GOLD for sale ntUnarttes
EASTERN EXCHANGE. We are drawing on
New Yirk and Philadelphia in sums to uit, at Bank
auriW D. PEARL frCO.
ENTUCKY BANK NOTES and Checks for sale
Tl rOBIOJ and New Orleans Bank Notes wanted br
M.nrila . . D. PEARL A.C0.
SILVER wanted immediate! br