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NASHYILLE, TENjSt: THURSDAY, JUNE 1G, 1853.
UNION AND AJIEEICAN.
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the following rates: Smglo copies one year, in advance,
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&t the foregoing rates. r.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published, cvr Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance-jjf nopaid .2
advance, 5"5. - - . ,.
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.. . '
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SUBSCRIPTIONS.. . , .....
Remittances of subscriptions may bo.tnade by mail at pur
.risk. : : ,i
cpapcr mil be ent eutjf tho Slate unless the order Is ac
companied withthc cash.-
BY-tlie act cfiba General Assem
bly, passed Fcbruarv id, lfiGi,
I am tt-rjnirei to publish to the peo-
ploof the State, that ilia amendments proposed to the Cotj
Witutioa. btinir UtwJu'.iou No. 5. passed jiov. 2.', 1B51, en
titled, "Proposed amendments to the Constilution of the
State (Tennessee, adoj)tcd bv the present General Assem
hr anJfAlip nrii'i on lir tieonle." and Resolution Xo.
IT-, adopted Nov. 2?, entitled "A rerolniion to alter
the tenth article of Hie Conamition of tlio State of Tenia- !
kpp " mA irhi-h nm hereto nended. were nas.-ed bv a Cla- i
jority of the General Assembly at the session of l4P-50;
and that at the next reyjlar wion, said resolutions were
passed by two-thirds of all the members elected to each
l!oie iii accordance witli the provisions of t!ie Conslitu-
tion, aniltint at '.he general eleclioulo be beldonthe firet '
Tanrsday in Aujnft, said amenamcms ore to oe sud
mined to the peojile lortlie;riipprovRl. The attention of
the voters of I tie State is hereby called to tbej.roposcd
r.mendmcnl3 to the Constitution, and the Slicriifs of the
tseveral counties are referred to the act of the 2d February,
1552, in regard totbeir duties.
. , In Testinjony whereof I have hereto set my
; L.S. J haiid and cauied tbe Great Seal of the State to
i 1 be affixed. V. If. CASU'BELL.
liy Uic Governor:
XT. li. A. Rvr,
Sccttary of State.
1'ropOsed ainefulmehUto the CunttituiUm cf ttc'StaUcf Ten-nwee,aJ--jtsd,Jt
tkt prcstnl Gcntral AttanHi,atid tofc
UttAt vpon ly Ih people.
The third section of the th article of the Constitution
fhsll be so amended as to read as follows:
'Section-0. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall be
elected by thefpialiSed voters of the State at large, and the
Judges of such inferior court as the Legislature may estab
lish, shall be elected brth qualiu'ed voters residing" within
the bouudof any district orcircait to which such inferior
J udge or Judges, either oi Law or Equity may be assigned,
by billot, iu the same manner that members of the General
Assembly are clecte J. Courts may bo eablished to be
bolden by justices of the peace. Judges of the Supreme
CourtshaHbetliirty-Iiveycarsof age, and shall be elected
for the term of eight vt-ars.
The fifth section of the sixti article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows:
Sec 5. An Attorney General for the State shall be elect
ed by the qualified roiers of the State at Jarge, and the At
torney for Jlia State for any circuit or district to which a
Jadge of an inferiorcourt may be assigned, shall bo elected
bv the qualified voters wilhinlhe bounds of such district or
circuit, in the fame manner that members to the General
Assembly arc elected; all said attorneys, both fur the State
and circuit or district, fclull hold their offices for the term of
fix years. In all caseiwbere the Attorney for any district
fails or refu'es to attend and prosecute according to law,
the Court shall have po.ver to appoint an Attorney pro (em
pire. SCHEDULE TO AMENDMENTS.
Sec. 1. And that no inconvenience may arise from the
proposed amendments, should the same lie adopted by the
people, it is declared that all judges of the Courts and At
torneys contemplated in the proposed amendments, sliall
continue to bold their offices and exercise the duties and
functions thereof, according to the true existing'laws and
Constitution, until tbu election cf their successors by the
people, to be held-and mado under a law to be passed by
the General Assembly, (next elected, aflcr the ratification
of the Toposcd 'amendments by the people.) which law
shall prescribe the times and places of holding said elec
tions, and which shall be passed without delay, and in
strict pursuance of said amendments. J'roruhdj The Leg
i stature shall appoint a day for holding the election of Judges
and Attorneys General separate and apart from tho days al.
rcaiy prescribe., or hei-eafter to be prescribed by the Leg
Mature, for holding the elections lor State and county of
ficers. ' JORDAN STOKES,
$talrrf the Jhmstef Heprexniutices.
JL IL HILL,
Sjixlr of tht Senatt.
Passed November El,
A Jietetlien taUr tkt firlh tectum, of lie tenth ar'icle
o tk Outttiintton of ttc laft of jT-flflv,
emixti tht Otntral Jn tftie Stole of Teuru-te-
That the fourth pedum of the tenth article of the Con
stitution of tho State cf Tennessee, be so altered that a new
contlty may be fiwmoi oui rI a portion of the territory now
cinpms lhcoiutie ot Haywood, Madison, Gib-on and
Ihrer, the line of which s'-all not run nearer tlian ten lnihvt
of Dyerstiarg and Jackson; and that a new county may be
formed out of a orUon ot the territory XMW contposing the
ooantles of McNa-.ry and Har ieatau; and that anewcoiui.
tr taov be fiwm.'d out of that portion of Obion onunty, tliat
lies wet of Reellr.t lake ou the Mississippi river; and that
a new pminty may be formed ou- of toction? of tile counties
of WasWr.g'ion, Suilivan, Hankin and Greene, bythenamo
d the county of Powell; and that a new county may be I
formed out f a jiwtion orthe territory nnw composing the !
C3untie of Marma ami B!eloe: whicli new countlen may
consUt of le than three hundred and fifty Npiare miles,
und tfie'Jhes of said new coui'tiei may run nearer than
twelvy utiles to t V county wtx of said old countien and
Mid old couniej mnv be' reduced below t-ix himdred and
twentyfi re sqhatefiBea.
IS. 'if farther mikJ, Thatn new county msy Jwfirm- I
od out of the soutb-wast portion of Wayne county, and the ,
K)iuh-ea--t jwrtion of narJin county, "and that said new J
county may consret of les than' three hundred and fitly
square miK-, au.l Uiat tue county u Iwls, formed out ol
. 1. r . . . i- T II 3 TT " 1 1
Uie fraction.-of Maurv, Ijiwreuce ayneand . IIickman, by
entitled "an act tn establish the countv of Lewis," shall be
declared a on-tiiut,onal county, nnd may consist of less
: , i . 7 . . :
thvi three hundred an.l ntty square miles. J roBvlf.1, A
tn.ijoritvofthequilii.ed voters of said county shall agree
thereto bf a pojralir vote. Prvcidcl. It shall t.ot reduce
the counties of Maury, Lawrence, Hickman, and Wayne,
below thair constitutional limits.
AxttUr of the lhic nf Rtprcmiial'ue.
JL E. l'HLU
Spealervf the tsenaie.
Adopted November 29, ISil.
"flie Union and American, Nashville, and the Regis
ter and Statesman, Kuoxville, and the Eagle and Enquirer,
and Appeal, 'Memphis, will publish until the day of election
and fend Eceflants to this olhcc. Trve Whiff. Jmay27td
UNITED' STATES MATT. LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
Ne? York and Charleston Steam Packets.
LEAVES Adger's WliarvescvcrySaturday .pt!x
afternoon and each alternate Wednesday. j?gg3jjjj2
Da Satunlsy, Jas. Atlger, 1,500 tonr, SnraJ
J. Dickin-on, 'Commajider JIarion, 1,200 tons, Jl. Berry
The .Sotitlicrner, W. Foster, Commander, will leave
each' alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guard' raiei!, is no .v in complete order.
For freight orpasage, having elegant Stato Room Accom
modation, apply al the O-fice of the Agent,
CorncrKast Bay and Adger's Soil Wliarves.
Cabbiu ps.ige i'l'u Steerage i.
N. B. A new i.hip will be placed on the Lino to conpect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. feblT trw"
At the Sign of the Spread Eagle, College Street.
THE undersigned ' now prepared to execute all
kinds of Wrought and Cat Iron Fencing.
Also, every variety of Gates, Fancy Step, Balcony Srfe?
and Verandah Railinir. Jlv work will be executed as wel
as any of that bt ought from the Eastern Cities, and at prices
as low aa ttie same article can be procured elsewhere.
All kinds of Blacksmith Work at the shortest notice The
public are requested to give me a call and examine my pat
terns and prices. I will endeavor to tnve the utmost satis
faction. WILLIAM STEWART.
College Street, opposite tho Firemen's Hall, NaJiville.
DSS. C. K. & J. D. WINSTON,
OFFER their services to the citizen of Nashville and vi
cinity in practice of Medicine ami Surgery.
Office on CJierry street, near the Bank of Tennessee.
Dr. J. P. Winston's residence, the bouse laielr occupied
by Mr. Anustead, oa Vice stieet, between Church and
JUST KECI'lYEt). A few ofthose fine RlackSatiu
A prim Sick.' Apply saoa. T. J. HOUGH'
febli " Agent
a OLDEN SYKUI'.
10 qr. Mils (iolden Syrup,
3"hf. S.i2ir House Molasfce,
lit hlils InfMigar,
- f " LVd di,
Jnt received troa SU l.mu and for sale bv
fob SAMUEL SHAY
lIEitUJIAN S. SAI50.NI,
Profossar c-t Vocal Masie, Instrumental Music and
Jru!S One Dollar a LiwhHI, payable quarterly. Letters
tddrsssed as nbovc, wttlmect With prompt attention.
feb 2-lv. '
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA,
w. r. BAaius. sKtmsouK iiaiuu3.
IlAKItlS.t CO. '
Forwarding and Commission Jlerchants,
Forward w ith care and l'tpatcb to and from the Eastern
cities,,r lo aev wntdeirod, GOODS. PRODUCE AND
MERCHANDISE, cf all descriptions and sell on coramis
iloo, PRODUCE ND MERCHANDISE. Tbcv also pur
chase to order GROCERIES, which can be bought on
mast favdrabe terms, in the Savannah market They solicit
your patronage, and pledge their utmost exertions to give
Mtisfistiax dec30 6m
THE UNTIED ETEEiEiarS TN51TEANCE CCLAHaf 0?
CAPITAL 100,000 J) O L JuAB St I
Cltartcrcd by the State.
JL now' ready to take risks 6a i3l descrip--J
uous im juuejy, ul-ujusi loss, or aamages Dy-
fire, atsoatrainst perils of (ho sea or inland car- V?
igalioa. i"iopositions foriPHu-anceavUlbereceivcd at the
office of thsNashville Irisuranrcand Trust Co., College St.
A. W. JORNSQX. I'residcrir.
J. 8. DAsmFXL, Sec'y. Nashville,, Oct S, Ig.ii
CDHHE2CIAE INSTTRANCE COMPANY.
' CIUttLKSTO.V, SOSTH CAUOUSA. - .
. Capital 8250,000: All Paid In. .
IIIAYE "been appointed Agent of the atovc 'Company at
Nashville, and am fully prepared to '.take Marine, "Fire,
Jliver Risks, oil the musf favorable term, ,
A full statcnent of the. solvency of the Company..can. be
seen at tbe office cf the Xashville'lnsurance and Trust Com-
i pany, on College street , ,
i teplS JOHN S. DASritECi; Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION TNSUEA1IC3 COMPAiTY
OP irASHVrXLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street; adjomiug tbe.rost G$caand j
opposite the Ycrandab, will insure ou tlw mutual prin- J
ciple, Hoascs, Merchandize, icrogiiinst Lca or Damage by. J
Fire; Steamboats on any of tins Western waters npuVt'lho '
Jlaiarasoi inianaaTiraiiouanu tue uarcoe3 ot Veiselsof
even- description agtmstths Perils of Ihe and R'ners.
Abo, the IJvcs of persons in good health, for a siosle year,
for a term of years, or 'during life. AUo, Bank Notes trans
mitted per inail. ' '
AU persons Laving their.Iire or properly insured, in (bis-
aiiiiiuiHLa, euuiieu to a tuu pacuctpauou ii Qii inrx jHtii
its, without anv liability to los beyond the amount of .Pre
miums which they ma pav.
M. ft. riLCIIER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, rice President,.
C. J. F. "Ymirroy, See retarr. Tjanl
TENNESSEE HAEIN2 AND EIRE INSURANCE COil
PANY. CAPITAL 9150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of tbp Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and tho planters' Bant.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against the -r on Steamboat and Cargo ujjainst fire
and the risk of tho riTer; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
Other river crafts, and on sea voxels and other cargoes on
the usual terms. JOHN M. DILL, Preiideut.
JosErn Vaulx, Secretary.
Dieectobs. Alex. AIlisontJohn3I,"HilLF. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jua II. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Scay, Matthew AYatson, J. J.Vbito, Jacob McGavock.
HARTFORD LIFE INSTTRANCE COMPANY,
I In rt ford, Conuccticut.
JAMES DIXON, Frost. HENRY L. MILLER, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus S300.C00-
IXSURANCE on lives of white person on the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Persons wishing to insure cannot find a mere responsible
Refer to AY. B. Shepard ft Co.. Kirlcman i Ellis, Phil
lips ft Hart, Linddey ft Crocket, Morgan ft Aa, M. S.Pib
' -Pamphlets showimr the advantaees offered brthis
Companvwillbe furnished upon appliwtion to the under-
signed, hohasbeenappointcl agent for tho Company. - ,
S. II. LOOMIS. Af nt.
Northeast corner of the Public Square, N ashville, Term.
Dr. R. C. K. SIaetix-, ,r ,. , t.
Dr! J. P. Ford, J Medical Examiners.
"Insurance oa the lives of NEGROES on the most rea
sonable terms. april 12 2m.
New York Life Iiihurauce Company,
No. 106 Broadway, Kea York.
OJf THE MUTCA& Pl.XTf,
Accumulated C'apltjvt S.IOOjotO.CO.
r: -THEBAIC, ACTCART M, fSAXKLtK, rEXS'T.
HU" Total number of Policies Issued by this
Company up to July 1st, JHK eight thousand
bix punarea anu eiaione.
IT7DlTlJends made "annually on all LIfo Po
licies In shape ot stock, bearing Interest at the rate of C per
cent. ' '
IC The dividends heretofore have always averased from
40 to 50 per cent.
TO Persona taking oat Policies for the whole term of
life can give their note al 12 mouths fur io;iur cent of the
premium, and ;a; G0prccntlnca.-:li.
Appllcicatluns for rises, prospsct'asof tho company, or in
formation relating to the subject of Lite Insurance may be
madeattheotneeofthe undersigned Cicneral Ascut foe the
StatoofTenuessec. JOSEPH NASH.
Offleo Jf . W. corner Public Siuaio. "
opposite Planters' Bank. a hvlllo, Aup. JO, tejJ-
ILVRTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
James Dixox, Pres. Hcxar Iu Milles, S.cyt
Capital and Surplus S300.0CO. -Ixscraxce
on lives of while persons on the joint stock
and mutnal plin.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Xegme-, on reai-oTjable
terms. S. H. LOOM IS,
jan 13 6m Agent.
TRUNKS, VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
V J E.liavejust received a large atiufjncas- JfTTTT)
T- At . . r . .- c- , . i,
Leather Tr.ivtlin? Trunks and Valises. alsoot'SaxouvTllnis
i aiie?, mmnMiug oi oote. Jag ana jvip
Bslls, Wilton aiid common Carpet Bags, nhieh we willscllut
low prices. I'-S. HOLUNS ft CO.,
janlO Corner of College and Unii-n s:s., Nashville.
KEWAIiD. I will pay theabove reward ,
above the market price, forone tliousand I -and Warrants,
of the denominatior.R of liiO, bO and " aeies. I will pur
chase single warrants ol either denomination. '
K. H. BI10CKWAY - 1
Room over Oak Hall, east side PubUc Square, 2d door !
Routini in . i iu, Nashville. tcfl-l m2T.
FlrKNTTlTRE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH. &e.
THE subscriber hajust returned from the ."
Eaf. and is conflautlv receiving all kinds of .
FURNITURE, CARPETING, ftc. llis suck at EJ? 1
prescnt confits of almorf every miiclein his Ime olTTusi-
nes. ana asexteasivc as anv in me &iv- i ureuusera omu
do well lo call, as he is determined to sell low for cash or on 1
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON, !
march I", College near Church street 1
THE thorough bied Jack, MAIUNG-O MAJI
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
his first season in Tcnnesee tft Caacv Spring in
Man-hall countv. five miles below the fishing ford in Duet
River, at thirty-live dollars insurance and fifty cents groom.
fee. Jennets sent irom a distance will bepasture.t gratis, i
and grain fed. if require.!, at fifty cents ptr week. He if
full fifteen hands two and a half iuches high, good bouel
measure, unustully large bone, and heavy; black, with t
mealy nose. He has the form, iie, color and blood to re-J
commend hia: highly to those who wkh to improve their
stock. We consider him the master Jack of Tennessee, j
For further particulars see baiid bills. i
march 11 8m KNIGHT ft WILSON.
u. c CAttcrn. w. TEnnr. j. c.dew
CARUTII, TEUIIY & DE'iV.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, Maria SLand 25, McreUnt .Sf, Philadelphia
DIU J. IV. Git AY.
Office in McCombs' New Building) on Cherry Street,
JJiiiccen Veadervck arul Union.
decl4 12m KesidexCe Sewasfe.
SCALES, WEIGHTS, CASITNGS, ttC, &C
JUST received Platform Scales to weigh 1500 lbs.
do do do 1200 lbs
do do do 700 lbs.
do do do 100 11.8.
Counter Scales. Tea Scales.
Extra sets or Weights; 100 lb weights,
Caldrons ,75, 50 and 02 Gallons.
Sugar Kettles of all sizes.
English Pots from 1 to IS Gallons,
Tea Kettles of all sizes. '
Do., for Stoves,
Copper Toasters, with wire cylinders.
Enauiolcd Sauce Pans of all sizes nnd best quality.
Turned Sauce Pans and Frying Pans, cf all sizes."
aprilO SNOW, MACKENZIE ft CO.
for w hich on account of their beauty and superior man
nfaeture,bave received prizes at the Northern Exliibitions.
Tliesoare the handsomest Grates that have ever been
ofTered for salo in Nashville
apribi SNOW, MACKENZIE ft CO.
! STLLL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
I COMPETITION DEFIED I ! I
THE subscriber respectfully announces fo Ibe cif i
zeuS of" Nashville and Sut rounding country that
! he is still receiving large additions to his ulrcxidy im-
1 uieio stocK oi i
Gauts Fashionable Spring ami JJutniner Iteady j
1 Pintle Clothing,
which he is prepared to, mid will sell AS LOW AS ANY !
Ullir.lk UUU.Ii l.l 1.111. liV.Li-
Already m store Fine Brown, Hiue, Black and Olive TYock
I and l)rcs Coats of the latent tj les. Flench Tweed, Cah
mcrelte, Plmh, Drapd'Ete, Silk Lu-tre and Grass Liuen
Fmck, S.ick, B.ix, nnd Polka Coats. Ac ftc. ftti
! Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
I to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent sfumislung arti
cles consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchief, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, ftc, &c
Also, a variety of Youths' and Childrcns' Clolhinsr, from
three years of ago upwards. I POWERS.
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. Si Market SU, directly op
posite Union street.
I i7"No connexion with any other bouse in the city.
' X. It. Xot to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
. nation of men. LP.
Country Mercliants in pitticit.ar nre earnestly invited to
call and inspect my iUk tirevious to purchasing elscvbere
W. F. HARRIS & C0.
Recciveon cohsignmcntandsellallkinds ofPMDtrcr,
' " : jQHHsorr & smith;' - '
. Dealers'ia Cotton and Tobacco, EeceiTing and For-
warding- Merchants, Steaaboat Agents, &c, "
aprill BROADWAY, 'NASHVILLE. '
MABoSTEATTOX. a. P. SHITTI,- A. W. JCIK3QS. ,
STRATTOxI, SMITH & Co.,
.WiolD:aIe.Grocers and Corrmisrioa aMeicionts.
Comer vf Jlroad and ifarltt StretU,
' J I AY.p.G disposed of an interest in the Grocery denar
i'l, meht ofour business to Mr. Jlamsos STJtATros-. the
j same will from this date' bo cbnducted under tho style of
rm.vnu., auiu. uxatouroia stand, oa tna corner
f. Market and JJroad streets. .
j Ourstoclf, now atnple, will be kept -so by largo accessions
every few. days,, to which wo invite the attention and Vp-
Jictt a- aJl trom merchants m the-country as wellascity
dealer being dctermincil tcrsell as low as any Louie i the
'city. Our terms cash and cashpulv.
Hprl.lS.t2.. JOHNSON & SillTil.
RAM APE & CHUECH.
JWhelcsala and Retail' Dealers ia Boots, Shoes, Hats,
: " Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Eags,
College steset, Nashville; Texx.
i nnr. vj t,v.... tii,- V.rn-i: .
5 ' " ' & '-
S..J. VOKBI3. VOOS. E. ETZAntl.S.
-( - ... MORRIS & STEATTON,
(Scccessoes to Lanieb, Mosius & Co.,)
Cominiision and Ecrwardinj Xlerchants and "Whcl vie
Owner cfiTarlet and ClarL- Siredt, XathxilU.
WE have "now in store a large stock of Groceries Li
quors, Wine, eta, which will be sold at the lo test
market prices, for cash or barter. sepa X
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
EEX-TAJIIiV F.. SHIELDS Ac CO., having per
manenf ly located themselves at New Orleans, offer their
services aa Commission and .Forwarding Jlerclianti
and General Ageuts, and solicit con.ignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
and will giro satisfaction to all who mav entrust their inter
est to theu care Proceeds of sales "will be invariably held
sacred and promptly remitted.
P. S. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and
forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges at ttis point Orders for Groceries and Insur
ance Risks, with the collection of Bills, Drafts, it, attended
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS ft CO.
BEN. M. NOEL & BR0.,
Grocery and Commissiou, Keceirinj; and
And Dealers in Foreign and Demestic Liquors,
PATENT CHOPPING MILL,
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
An artieQ aheh eterv Farmer t)ttuld have.
TT BT" mth one, r two ht power
or coarse for
that any boy
n, l ff Z u TTu IIS
tivch e years old can keep it in order and run it It is adap
.tedto cither Steam, Water or Horse Power,
i 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
gnd them at J. M. Seaburyi, oa College street, where thsy
aiill be happy to take orders. BOSS ft JLDAMS
J. T. NATHURST
IiOOFElt AXD MAKUb'ACTUni'.R
Of Warren' e Fire and n'atsr Froqf Cbnyxttitiop.
I DEEM it unnecessary for me to say anything in favor of
. this mode of Hoofing ; the constant increase of its popu
larity for the last seven years that it has been tested in near
ly nil parts 'of the Union,-is the best evidence of its utility
and value. The roof shows for itself
RyOiBcc on Spruce Street, second door from Cedar sf.,
in Jtoore's block. feb2 ly '
lQUOIiS AND TOUA.CCO.
4ck) bbls Sam Hale's WhUky; lOObbls Drans Whisky;
.'io bbls Old Monongahela do 55" Brown's D Ddo;
50 " -Vmcricau Brandy; 4Q " ; S M-Wine,
20 " Old Port Wine; 25 " K Eilum;
3 4 Pipes Old Brandy, best braads;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 60 Baskets' Champaign;
0 boxes' of Liebcr" Ginger and Raspb-jrry Brandies;
.r2 Pipe? Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
:0 bxs Gus Jones' Tobacco; 50 " Walker's Ale;
20 " i onng ft Birdewcll s do 20 bxs Allison s Tobacco;
50 " Fennel's
SJ " ' " Gold Leaf do
It) " U. Daily's do
10 " Ender's' do
5 " S E White's do
In store and for sale by
10 " Fenix'a
20 " Missouri
10 " Sam Wools .Vs
5 " Rend ft Nash's
BEN. M. NOEL ft BRO.
t) SO. Lag Prim Rio CoiTee;
50 " " Laruayrado:
2.",000 Imported Cigars;
SO0 bhla Reboiled MoIases;
80-i halves do do;
50 bbds cboivx- Sugar;
.Wbigs tine Salt;
5W 1: Oysters;
500 cans . do;
Lhls St liouis Mills Flour;
100 ' Cincinnati do;
JiftO kegs Nulls Assorted;
SOO boxes Glassware, ass;
lfK doz. Brooms;
50,(hj0 Melee do;
lo fraila SS Almonds;
10 tierces Rice;
n ccroon. Indigo;
t: casks Dutch Madder;
0 bbls Copperas;
2U bags repper;
SW ream? Wrap. Paper;
00 lbs Kanawha Salt r
20 kegs Shot and Iad;
2. ub's uolden svrup;
CO bbli and halfbbls Crackurs:
20 bbls Jdaciercl;
SO bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
800 lioxcs and'lialf lioxes Raisin;
Just received and for f,ale by BEX. 3L X0EL ft BRO.
"UAJAATED. A feiv thousand buheis Pea Nuts, for
V which we will give the highest market price,
febl 9 BEN. M. NOEL ft BP .f
Kick Sprli5.gr Goods
W..A. & J. G. JIcCLELLAXD,
No. SO, PUULIC SQUARE, N.SHVILIJi
ARE receiving nnd now opening their Stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and narieiy,
it is decidedly the mot attractive they liave ever op tned.
They would call the attcatioa of purchasers to the fai lowing,
with manv other Goods not enumerated -.
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silks; t
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Btragcs, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Brilliantes;
Rich Organdy Mulins ;
" French Chintx ;
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
IifxKX AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Insb Linens. Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine Rird'sEyoDiaptr, Huckaback und Medicated
Towels, ljtce and Musfiu CurUiins, Bleached and Dumc itic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, ftc., Ac
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened in Nashville Also, Silk forMautles.
Mull Xansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jiice
netts, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, P.IltBONS, FANS, ftc
Blue nnd White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
Hose, Mis.ses Silkaud Cotton Stockings, beaut tl'ul Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves.
Alpacas, Challcys, Black and Plaid Silks Black Crapes,
Borages. Ginghams and Jlusling, blue. Rerti Silks, without
lustre. Mourning Collars, and Sleeves.
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Cloths, Cassimeres. Cottonades, Drilliygsv Summer Coat
ings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and ftilk Shirts ; Cravats,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotton Half
Hoe, Ac, ftc
We will take great pleasure In showing our Stock, feel
ing assured wo will bo able to offer such inducen'ents, as it
rcgardsstyle andprices, as to be conceded by all.
VT. A. ft J. G. McCLELLAXD.
vashvillei March 29.1853.
MYERS & HcGTXL.
DEALERS IX EVER DESCEItTIOX Off
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
In etef .ma A.- V 4 f 4 1. . . "
On Cbtteje ttreet, on door South, of the Square.
"TTTII ERE may be found at all timesa large ass
ment of Winchester's, Davis & June's, i Mvi
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen. Muslin with'
Patent Shoulder Seana Shirts, of Linen, .Muslin with'Lin-
en Bosoais, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cash-
mere, igoma votton ana uanton i lannel, lor ladies
and gentlemen. Gents Cloth Gatters, Gloves, Kid and
Silk, Tluck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Xonna,
Cnfr Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
aud Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Tics, WaterfordsT Albert,
De Joinville's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting, Cravats
Scatfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Siw
pcaders, Silk, Woolen nnd Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Caps for Ladies nnd Gentlemen. Mousy, Hieing and
Strengtnening Belts, Robe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises,
Carpet Bags, Satchel, Dressing Cases Work Boxj. Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies, Fans, Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razcts and
Razor Strops .Combs, Brushes, Good year's (Ir.m GocJs.
Perfumery .Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac,- and
a large assortment of olhcr articles, usually kept by Fur
rgf Wehavemadearrangemenfs with our friends at the
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in lessthan ten davs
from tl.e New York Custom House.
MYERS & McGILL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
UST RECEIVED. T. J. Hough is now receiving
aud opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting ot
Clothe, Cassimeres, YeAinp, d-c, in great variety and of
latest? styles. Also, a superior lot of Ready JInde Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods to all of which
he invites the attention of his friends and thepublic gener
'Rlly. 13x5 ' T.J. HOUGH
BB. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COlSnPOUNXJ
di&uuei of the Ecncelt. and tuelidiealej Ji ariit from, a
duorderd ttait cf the Sloimch, JAcer or Sotrle, at
ScrofaU and Sorts of any tinf. For General DdUityi
frmi which Zadtefrvjenty suffer, theft it not lie
txjval in tJit whole Malervi JT dies.
THE Inventor of this prepara': jrt was for three years s
completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and. inactivity qJ
the Liver that he was frequently for weeks at a time iiaabTo to
raise himself from hj3 bed. Besought aid from physicians
at bome'and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousandsvand it was by accident that lu? suc
ceeded pi curing himself. Since ho has bccnpracticn? merh
i'cine, his success in such cases has, "been unrivalled, ffn
has been awire of the Incredulity of tho public, and conse
qucntly said riothmg. thiuurfbthe prajs or his cvnta'c
until the character of tha medicine; was .fully established
bv its success. CJ8 Shown 1 C tlin iw!if!vit. trln'ph nnVROiwii
I subjoin the certifier fe of Prof. M. 'Gabbeet, of Memphis
Tcnn., with nhoni Iuficn advised during the timo ottay
JIbm ears, Tenn, April ! ", 1552. .
1 hereby certify that I have bcea acquainted with Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago be was reduced I tet eve
Iowcrtlian I have ever seen anyone that afTcrwards record
ed, with what I supposed to be Dvspepsiaand Liver afieciion,
and after trying theprescriptioniot many Physicians ia this
as well as other countries,-without relief. 'be finallv suceeded
with a preparation of his oivn in being restored to eood
health. ' M. GABBERT, JL 1).'
Physicians are requeued- to try this preparation.- We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this
. , , , HRnsvuiE, January 12,1652..
De. Bixmoe: I take the liberty and fell it to Le rar dmV
.to recommend to all persons suffering from diseas'of the
stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
sepcrior medicine. My son, aged layears, bad been under
modical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea "r ben having almost dciaired of his recoverv, I con
clndcd to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, I" believe;
entirely cuied him. JUCAJAU CAYCE.
(. . IIcxtsville. Oct 17,1351
Db. Bledsoe: Sotao time has eiapsed since I gave a cei
tificate that my' wife had been greatly benefited by vour
Alteratiro Compound. I now take pleasure in savin"' to
the pubUci that my wife had for three or tmr vcirs Been
subject to the woit kind of spelU of cramp in the stomaclt '
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought tobe
the best physicians in the place and n great many "difTcren
medicine-, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to sav
that it lias entirely curcdher; and I would conscientiously
recommend it in all tiersona sufierin. frr.m ;.n. u r .u
- f. w... uuvcil VI IUU
Itverand dvspepsm. X. B. ROBERTSON
' Hcxtsvjlle. Sept. 29, 1831.
Da. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I thiuk it my duly te say to the public, ttut
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; that I liad tried almost every thing that is gi
vca by physicians, and nevcrfound any thing that would ccr
tainly relieve me,.until I tried theabove meificine, which nas
WJL B. LLOYD.
Giles Cocxtt, Tcnn, Dec. 23, 1S51.
Da. Blepsoe: Lfeel that I should fall short of my 'duty
to you and to those who are affiicfed, were I not to further
recom-nendyour Alterative Compound. It has entirely re- :
licved me, so that I have not had cause to take anvthing in
twb months. I can cat anything" 1 want with impu'nitv, and
believe my health is as good asit ever is at m v advanced age.
Should I efersuiferfroin dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call ou you. I aai very respect! ul ly your frien d.
ELIZABETH J. ILVRW00D.
HcxTSViLLB, Ala, August 21, 1S51.
This is fo certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician afier Phy
sician had prescribed for me without mr receiving any ben
efit, when I eornsieaced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of Ihe same happy eflect ittion others of my acquaint
nnce. JOSEPH CAROTUERS.
nonsviLLE, Ala, March 3, 1552.
Da. Bledsoe Sik : Jmlging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for nie
to add further evidence in regard to the hcding virtues of
your Compound; but I aiflst say, that for years i suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that i neverwould recover. I commenced tak
ing yoarcompound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or S'j pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did. -
HENRY J. GOFF.
IS?The above medicine is forsala in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in tho State G. W. I1EN
DERSIIOTT, General Agent, for wnolesale'mg the uied
icinc grPrica-Sl per pint B.ttle. novlS Ivdtr
- INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR,
EESPEfTKULLY announces to the citizens of Nashville
and viciuitr, that he has returned agaiu after a resj j
deuce cf fourteen years ia the South, nnd permancnilvlj
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Wasl
ingtoaaud Pearl streets, where lie nnyat all times befuunl
by those who may wish to consult hira.
He has in his possession many certificates from men .f ,
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the '
most distressing cases of tho following diseases, vir Ner
vous AiTeetioas, Liver Compla'nts, iiysjjepsias, Cliil'.sand '
levers. Pleurisies, Athtc-i, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, iVcak Lung, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scrtiflulous, UemopfsiR of the Lungs, and
other Hemorages; Diarrha'2', Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
Dufiug hi residence in the South, he attended footer ten
thousand different cSses, nil of which lie treated with more ;
thiinordiniiry succens. I
Dr. McLane Lopes from his much experience in Ihe Jledi- '
cal l'rofes.ion and the deirree ofsucces th,tt mm nttendml I
bisefibrts heretofore, toobuim tue condeuce and patronage
of the rick aad afilictcd.
Nashville, Feb y ly. DR. WM. JIcLAXE.
- I5r"All Letters addressed, post-paid, to Sou thr Nashville.
W- rt.. r. .-,.--5
DR. ERASERS HAGNSnC 0INTIIENT.
AMR. WINTERS 'ld lajtneaily all of his hair and
had been bald for lUJny years; by the ucoffArf M
tUe of the ilaqnetis OM'."'. to tair entirdg rt
stort'd, and now Ins as beaittifula headof hair as any mau
could wish. His age is about 50 years'.
A son of Mr. Warren, of tht. town, 1 4 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from bis cradle He liad
Ihe benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avaiL It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; be was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By tho use of a few bottles of the Oiut
ment he was (ortmady cured, and for seven mom'hs past has
enjoyed robust heaftb.
This was an extreme case of injlammatlon of the' fpleen,
of long standing; has avatiety ;of treatment from nole. vstluiu
eiijht dilfercnt phvsicians,. without receivinc benefit 7."
cured bv-tho uscof only four bottles of the Magnetic .""
meat This was four months agoand the lady aMrs. L1"""
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her ust u'
household duties. I have treated two cases of ChrontcSo,'1
Euet with the Ointment, both, of the patients so nearly '
7-lntd, as to need nu attendaut to lead them from place, to
place. One of them bad been afflicted 18 years, the other
about Oyear. They had tried the best physicians ia the
State, without bcneiit; and oneof them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen mouths, mid had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. Tbey are now by use of the
Magnetic Ointment, ncariv or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the.
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in 710 eaea has it
failed of niiing iiame Hite nli'f and generally a permanent
cure. I have also used it beneficially in severe case of Ery
sipelas. Aud last but no! least I have within tho last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Miynctic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of trie most useful remedies ever pf
fcred to the public. Respectfully Yours.
BURTON HUBIIELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The charadcrof ibis Ointment as an efficient remedy, is
established iu this citv. There nre quite a nunibcrof indi
viduals who ascribe tficir restoration to health to the rise ot
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by II. O. SCOVEL,
BERRY & DEM0VILLE,
mays CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOUT,
No. 5 Clack Street, Nashville, Texx.,
Kexldoor to II. S. FrtneU't Groeery Warehouie, and op
j'iU MurrU tfc Stratton'x
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness
lo suit All work sold by me is made at tf$SS?
the Clark Street Jlanufactory, aad warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as aay work
made North or East
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all.
-persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. marl5.
SOUA WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, dcatciii'j atflli"Uleii)g, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with, ex
jilicit printed directions for its use, by
JOHN MATHEWS. .
CORXKB Or Fl GST AVEXCK AXn.- ' RELT,
Opposite" Bellcvuc, XewYoek
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER M ACIIINER , Ac, in the United
SStVes, and where may bo found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
jan 27 Sm Established 20 Yeaes.
The RfnuSgocrr all Jiemediei fcr tHDUeatucf tk Litfr
Dvsptpiin; Eninrgantnt and hHar.Ktioa if th Splein
liearhurni, Oulic FlaMenns 'Hit. (knitimatiin. all
HARDWARE AND CTJT1ESY.
FALL & CUNNIXCnAJI,
No. 47, College Street, NisanLiJ!. Texs.
, TV and OU lLLil! IortUaSiirin.Tra! nn4 in Mllino-
the atfeuU'on of tho merchants oMiiirje and East' Te'one i
1 sM. 7Tttnn..Vt nml Vi.i4h At.K.mn ,..l.-:.' . i -. . I
assortmcaf, they feel confident that it will compare fayora-
' bly with that ot any House ia any conntrv. and when the:
&VVtshouIdproaiptaH'tIealer3 in this section cf.tbjj;.
country to encourage home maiieC' '
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths; Carpenters,
and Fanner visiting Xashtille to their assortment of Toyfs.
Farmuirmp!enicats,ftc,a large otock of Which Ihey always
keep on iiaao.
Feathers, U inting and Seaaai, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange fur goods, or in Sdynient of debts.
Feb. 2-T, 1853'. . "
J. It. Ilurrnxr'v I'atent flautatlori
aVHIR Mill differs fr6m oil others in the conMrao lion of
- the upper or Rannlu Stoa, whlth Is composeil of
Frfnih'Uurr Blocks, enclosed in a casxiron Case, which
- farms thcb.ickanj hpopi f the Stone with a Castlion Eve, or
Unali,thanlsQfgreater external diameter at the bottom that
at Uie lop, which is secured to ths back by f.iur holts, so that
every Mock is tnVie form of a dove tall which elves greater
strength to aStoneihanany other method which Is required
tnsmall railta, where the stone Is run with great speed, and
become dangerous If itnt wrongly made. Italsoclresany
weizht ti a stone of small diameter that is required without
having itlhict or hlifb, that mates it topTieavy.
this mlllls a square frame mide. of w.iod or cast Iron, In
the form of a basi, Willi Bridge-tree, Pplnctlo Balance, KId
Driver, and Kenlatin; Screur, and grinds U' on Ibe same
principle aa a lari.e mill, diffiriu only in the Kunr.er Stone;
this boinj of great welzhtenablra lttogriiin nearer the cen
terajjreaterquantitv ofgraln wiible a power than any oiber
milliioarin use: Tbls mill ixortaIe, and may beatiarltcd
to steam, water, hnrse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Erencb llarr.MiU Stones, manufactured
on tho same nrinclfole.
Joseph H.JJurrows, of Cincinnati, is the inventor, for .
which he obtained Letters Patent in lflU. For aliinrringe-
uents the purchaser will be held responsible for the right j
These Mills donot require aMillright to aatthemup; and f
all that is necessary to put them in operation, is to at&ich a
hand to lha nullev nn tho .rhidla. with 4 drum .ufflejHnllv I
large to run a twenty-four Inch M'l i; in revnlations per
minute, attached to Gin, fiteam.orWater Power. By the
steady application ortwohorsu power the .Mill willzrmd sx
to 8 bushels per houror good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as core. 'Ihe thirty inch milt, if put to its fullest
speed, wli griiidftoin ten tu nitceubuslielsner hour.
fhesa mills are warranted tobe In (.very respect as recoai
anended. IIir.ctioxs roR Usiwo. Place jour mill aboatSO feet from
the Driving Pulley in a level p.iition; make the blt of
1 ather six or eight inches wide. Give the Mone240 revolu
tions a minute with taesan. Keep the uecfc and strp of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star ou the back of tho
Kunntng Mono.in thesampwayas the Cross on the Driver,
that is, the way they are trimmed lo run.
Kafir to Thos. Hatlerson. Kso.. oflllE-Mand tountv. Ohio.
Jeeae iieal,iq.,of Uuiilou county, tiaio; u
Esn . of Cincinnati, and a number of o' hrrs,
Jill ordorsdlreitudio JOHN K. HODMAN,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Aentfor MidJIeand Bast
Tennessee, or J. H. UUKKOWS,
Jan2(j d. tr-w. & w. ly. 'Weit.Pront st Cln.O,
JOSEPH F. DUNT0N,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
Xo. 51, Pullic Sivare, XashciUe, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large nnd well assorted Stock of th
most desirable good of the season, embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap Goods,White Goods of all kindsjiares and Embroide
ries, French "Jacouetts. Lawns and Camjrics, Bareges,
Barege de Laines. Brilliautines; a variety of other I)res
Goods, Hosiery of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions. Hard
ware, etc. Lookiug Glasscs,a large variety of Guns and Pis
tols, besides a great variety of Trimmings and every descriji
tion of Goods, lo which he now submits the inspection ol
Mercliants 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 with that ot ether houses in the trade.
feb2S J. F. DUNTON
VALUABLE PROPERTY iOR SALE
I WISH to sell my tract of hvnd situated in Jone's Bend,
Davidson county, i'i miles above Nashville by Ihe river,
lo miles fiopi it bv-land. The land lies about a mile from
the Gallatin turnpike oa the oppote side of the river. The '
tract contain 67" ncri!, 10 cleared, the rest well timbered, ,
4 5 of the Und river bottom. The place is well improved, j
brick dwelling house with S large rooms, passages, portico i
and gallery, brick smoke house, carriage hotse, carriage
houses, barn, crib, bouaa built for a gin, overseer's house i
Stock water in abundance asd as good a spring as can be '
found in the State aud a orchard pf y oung fru it trees.
The land is unexceptionable; adapted to cotton, corn, and j
all other grain. S. W. (JOODItlCH. ;
may 2t m w . or W. . GOODRICH.
B. LTOXS. J. LTO.XS 1
BRADY, GORMAN & CO., '
Cotter. Factors and General Coajaisson jSIerchants,
NEW OP.LE,N& 1
CsTTLey keep aa. Office ia Tuscambia, .Via. 1
fifll. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nasliville, is authorized to
ake CASH advances upon shipments of Produce, to th
ove ttrm. " !
FROM. OUR MANUFACTORY IX PHILADELPHIA:
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE, ,
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made iu the best s
manner expressly tor oiirretailsaies in ashville.
We have niso a beautiful assortment of Blaok 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 GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
AboDaviesand Jones' SHOULDbR SEAM SHIRTS, or
dUTerect qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS cf
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up
on being suppli&i at aiiytbnevrith good Goods aad at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cellar
street Pear trie Post Otfice.
jan20 ' CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
Indeed 'lis true that the World's Fair of eighteea-fifiv-three
Will be held in our happy land of liberty-.
But true, 'tis true, too, that cheap goods are for sale.
At the Philadelphia Store, both bo'esale and Retail.
Indies, irthcrefiirea handsome Dress you wish to got,
Silk, Berege, Ti.-sue, Lawn or Jaconet;
One that's suitable forSpring or Summer wear,
You buy itcbenp at No. IS, oa theSqaare.
Orif your iatention is a Rich Shawl to buy,
Then please at the Philadelphia Store apply;
For Shawls are sold at pricesextreniclv low,
At the Pliiladelpbia Store of Sohn, Ilillman & Co.
If Collars, Chemisettes; Needle-work Sleeves,
Cult's or Fine Embroidered Uafldkershiefs,
You desire to pi ifcbai-e extraordinary cheap, -Tis
the Philadelphia Store such articles always keep.
Or if you wish a Para?ol as handsome as ever seen,
Then please examine those at Number Eighteen;
Theres the Fine Satin, Watered Silk and Embroidered Bro
cade, And every other kind that ever was made
Ifa Bonnet of the lafest stvleyou want,
liuiiami uiui, uussauier ur ivii.11 xijonu;
You'll find them all, and that cheap too,
At the Philadeipbia Store, fcr their stoct'
Of course there are many things which we cannot hero men
To- which we would solicit your kind attention;
In, "act almost anything in the Dry Goods line, 1
You 'II find therefrom qualities inferior to the most super-t"ue-
Andda-'lytoo we shall receive many extra",
Peroir ,rnecds Adams & Co s. great Express;
Who, unless there occur accideutal delays
Brings us the goods from the East in tea days.
Our motto i a positively "one price and no deviation,"
So Iiadies, pleisecall without further invitation,
At thePhila.delphia Store, Xo. Is", PublicSquare, '
Where busin ess is nlways done fair. L. n.
Nashville, April 21, 1S53.
EAMAGE & CHURCH,
Wholecalo and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
COLLEGE ST., NASHVILLE
CTTE arc again in receipt of a large assorted stock ol
yV Roots, Shoes, nnd Krosans, direct-from the
mi nufactory; Ladies' Misses and Children's tine Gaiters,
lfot its h xcellors, Slippers and Paris Tjes of every descrip
ion ; Gents' superior Call Water-Proof D. S. Boot, super
tine Calf Stitched and Ihimp Sole lres Roots; Walking
Shoe s, Oxford Ties, Patent Leather and Congress Cloth Gai
ters; Boys' and Youths' Boots, Shoes and Iirogans;OvcrShoes
for Mtn, Women and ChUdrca, and Cork boles, Ac, Ac
We asic merchants and planters to examine our rtock. We
give bi rgainS tor cash. RAMAGE & CHURCH.
dec2- -vr .
B'ASHViXLE TOBACCO MANUFACTORY,
Ko. 48, on Cvlleae, near Broad Street.
THUs ubscribersare manufacturing Tobacco from -Ten
nessi Kentucky, and Missouri Leaf, which they war
rant as goc d,and will sell as Iow, as any Tobacco a the same
quality inai 'ufactured elscnberc. We solicit a call from
dealers "ene. a"yi 83 Tobacco of our manufacture will be
found torivo good satisfaction, and pay the dealer a fair pro
Xo. 43 Co Hegc, near Broad streets, Nashville, Tenn. -
march 9 tlj
SPRING AND SILMAJER CLOTHING,
cat and made up 1. 1 thelatestand motapproredatjlo,among
which can be lour, t- Ct, i'aal fd t'etis.ot every des
cription. All of wi defl we caii s-jll at satisfactory prices.
IO Country Jllert bants' will And it to their interest to call
on us, as we a'redeu Trained tossll atsmallprnflts.
,w? amuoii LAN1IK, ELSHACII & CO,
ap2. 43 Market street, Nashville, Tenn.
' - H. O. SC0VEE,
Drnggist and. Apothecary,
AorA iide.of.lhe Pvolie Sqvar(,,Z doort IrJ cf thf
TThsIesals and Retail Dealer ia " '
Faints," - -BErsnts, - .Feuitvert;
rowppjr, w Oils. Dr Srcrw, ,
Faxct ArrnciES, Suot, VACstttfcs',
Glass; "Glasswaw, - Xtu,
cnrfsrnT. i x-rv nrenn. tvornmiPVTe
VTUQ AVDOIOXAL SCPPOIifSRSa.-id WSUSSES
WASHITA OIL STONES,.
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Ac.-
XulriUe, March 11, 1553.
riRASS SEEDS', m varicfy, for sale br r
JT m archil .. . , H.O.S
YONS'KATHAISON. forth Hair thiaartiflii Unrm.
ij ular inN'ctv York city, as an admirable preparaUwi.
and an cSectual remedy for baldness and falling off of W
hair, ciustC.ittov grow luxuriatitly,- rendering it soil; glos-
sy, beautiful and prcienririgitsluruinggT'ey, tyrsaleby.
X YO.VS ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGEror'Dyipep: -
J tin, Gout, Rheumalltrri, Cramp, Cuolera Morbus; Cbchcr
marcuii ii. j. stAIViits.
ftc., fta,.which is pne of the be?t preparatioos of the day a.
marehll 1L O. SCQVEI. .
G( ALVAXISM Christie's Belts, Bracelets, Fluitl, Rings
T and Plasters, for sale by tbeoaly agent in XashviMc. j !
marchll IE a.SCOVEU. !
LANGUOBX A AlUiTsTEAD-S SUPERIOR TOBAO" !
CO, for sale Wholesale aad Retail bv
marchll ll. G. SCONEL.
EIFLE POWDER I'onnecticutand Tennessee Rifie Pow j
der, warranted best quality, for sale by - '
piarchll H. G-SCOVELt
"XT EATS FOOT. Refined Tamicr', Lanl. Unseed aad
JL Castor Oilis .for sale by II. G. SCOVEL.
QM ITU'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, just rosfiredand
for sale by marl I
r'lE.VS Blacky Voung Hyson; Imperial, Gunpowder, and
JL Extra Carious Black Tea. These Teas are of good
qtiab'ty and have given satisfaction, for sale by
marchll II. G. SCOVEL.
ITsRAsrVE SOAP. For rcmoinggrea3e, tar, pairlt,
Zj oil or rarnialr fitxu silks, satins, broad cloths, carpets,
Ac., without injuring die finest fabric. For sale b v
maytJS STRETCH "& ORR-
TM1. GOl'AIID'S Itafiati
Medicated Soap-fer rc-i
lite and soft. re:novinr sal-
J deriuglhe skiusmgotli, white and soft, removing
lowues, cutaneous eiuptioa, pimples, tan. freckles, red
ncs-s AcKtfsaleby STRETCH A ORR.
RAZOR STROPS.-iWe havc"just revived a full
t-upply of tlie cry bet Razor Strops imjiorted to this
countrr. Alag spoie very tule Razors. For sale br
uiay2s STRSTCII ORR.
UIX'S TOILET I'OWDER. We Lave just
received a lot ot this Powder, which is much superior
to the American article. For sale, by
may.8. STRETCH A ORIL
S TARCI1 POLISH For MngalnMEcenTio
to all Cotton, Linen or Cambric Good', bat more parti
cularly to Collars, Shirts, and Rosorri. Forsale, by
STRETCH A OUR, Drnggist
raaySS. Corner "Union and Cherry st., Nashville.
"VT'OTICE is hereby given to all those indebted to Ebexe
jLN zec Fiss. deccased,tntestite, fa come forvtard and make'
pavmcnt and to all havinc in possession anv of the iroods
j and chattels of said deceared, to deliver them ; andall thute
liavmg claims ngainst said deceased to present theui proper- 1
1 v authenticated, by the luth day of June next, or thev will I
b'e forever barred. D. R CLAIDORS'E, i
marchll Smtrw Administrator. !
"VJOTICE. In.conseiiaenceot the Fire on Friday morn- .
X v tag, we are, compelled to suspend business for- some- j
lime, out win commence again as soon as we can procure a
suitable house, of which due notice will be giren. In (he
meantime we hope our friends who are indebted tiu,and to
r.wia. Brown a: La, will come lonvard and 3ettle up witliout
delay, that we may meet our pwn engagemeuts promptlv. i
Wc can be found at Xo. 13, oathe square John Xicuol's,
Wewonld also take this occasion to pres-t our CTattful
thanks to those who have kindly favoi-ed us andonrprede-
cesors with their patronage; to tho Fire Companies and
citizens, to whose eiertkus we arc mainly indebted for
what or our goods were saved, aad to those kind friends wuo
sympathise' with us in our lass,
feb 2 EW1X BROTHERS.
THOIdAS W. ILEHTNG, - '
Commission ill e r c Ii a n t. . .
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
n'TTTLLiwivecerMignmenW cf COTTON, COR.V.BA
VV CON, OATS, Bl'TTER, FEATHERS: Ac His bn
siness in AcclsTa, will be continued as beretofure under
RerEns to Hon. Jous P. Kixo. Iresidait Georri.- Reil-
road Company. IL W. Coxxeb, El, President, Struth. Ca
rolina tiauroad Lonipany.
P.S. Major AkssTead Wall- is my General Airentin
Tennessee and North Alabama. ileel' 2iudw
NEW FURNITURE, die. j
TTTE are now recc'ivinir. and will con
V V tinue fo receive for some time, a hi
larze stock of Fi'Rxnriu. consistinc of "Vi? ' '" VQ I
splendid Rosewisod and JlalhigBtiy I'arJorse's, which will '
befinislied fo order, inBiveatell and I'Jdsb, c.r Hair Ck'lh; !
al'o plain sets; abo splendid Riuewatil and Mahogany j
Chamber sets. Together with a great variety of Side j
Board?, Ee,b,;eads Ward Robes, Wa-h Standi, Tables.
Chairs, Aa, Ac Which will be sold at the very lowest I
rates, for cash or good notes drawing interest. " J
apritf W.AT.H. GREEN HELD A CO. ;
"VTEGROES FOR SALE !i Women, with t.ne child
caclu Two Wtimen without children. Four Bovs I
fromSlolG years old. One Ghl 14 years old. One Girl
10 years 01a.
We wfsh to buy immediately, seven young Women, four
plough boysand two yuttng men, for a widow ladv In the
1 country. DAUBS & PORTER;
fobi 1 eoiw Xn. 8-i Cedarstreet.
PKXSSVIiVASlIA UA1L UOA1I
NITtCE TO 'EASTERN TKAVEU.EK5
A Continuous rail roa4 from Cincinnati, Cleveland, Woo.
ter, Mas.lll.in, Alliance, 0.,and Chicaga, HI., to Phil
adelphia, via Pennsylvania railroad, from Pittsburg to Phil
adelphia. Through from Cincinnati to Philadelphia, In 33 b.
" " Cleveland to " " 25 "
Pittaburs to " " 19 '
Bplngthe shortest and quickest route from the Great Wes
to the Atlantic Cities.
Fare from Cincinnati to Phlt by Rail-road, $IC 30.
Gluvelatid " 10IIO.
iUa"illin " " 30W.
Pltl-burg " " jn.
cinnati to Pittsburg by Steaoi-boatJ HlfJ.
Tickets from llnciunatl to PhlladelphU, or na tiinnre by
Rail Koad, canbe purc.iascd of H W Strader, Tiftet Agmx,
Cincinnati. And by the Sfeim Partu LineloPittsbnrg, and
ihucn by Kail-road 10 Philadelphia, from the t'apt.inson
boards- And from Cleveland, via the Cleveland and Pms-bur-;
rail road, and Ohio and Bennnliat-ia rail mad of I)
Mortnn. 'lefcet rgent.at tie Middle House In CIevland. Ohin.
On ur about tho uilddlenf February the road will be open
ed from Crestline to Woo.ter, and time belweeo Cinclunatl
and Philadelphia reduced tn 31 hours
NOTICE-incEseof loss. the Company willhold themjcl
ves responsible fir personal baggan only, and for an amount
not exceeding S100. Tllns. MOOKK
Passenger Agent, Philadelphia.
mh.Pi. tf Pasieneer Agent. Put-burg.
rpIHS road now complete. Hopenaa communication be
JL tweSn P.Msbnrg and Philadelphia, orPlttsborir aud Balti
more. I5y whkh Prelgbt from the westcan reath au enstern
raarketqaltkerand cheaper than by any nf tfw pret ot nyal
o ilesf lhy euiiuPi t "lib the daily pacKis at Pittsburg,
frnni Kl Louis, Lonisvll e, Cincinnati, Wbrellnr, and all tbo
dilferent pointsonthe we.tern waters. Alaowlth the Clave,
land and Plui-burg Kait Jlual, and Ohio and ivi.n'jlmnia
Kail KiiadatPitL-burg. Cars ran thnmg betwVen Pilubnrgh
and Philadelphia wiinoMtrau-hiproent f freight, aa ailvau
tage that can bo appreciated by alt shipper.
- In cae of obstruction 1 f iiavigation ty Ice or low water
freights westward can lie forwarded" from Pitubur to Cla
clanali, or towns in tba interior bv Haitrna.L
jiiti-:s or rnsm.iiT
Between Ktt-'jurfaml Pldladelphlaor lU'tmore.
first l)lu.sv. H'inttt Sammtr
DryCoods, Hooka and Statloiary Boots) Mr'lbt) lbs.
Shoes. Hats and t arpetlng, furs and Pel Si 75cts.
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, &e. )
Brown Shieling & Kblrtlcg in llale.,
DrngGluss fcrc, Urocenea, excrpt Co;-1 .85 eta. CO eta
fTd, lla'rdiyare. Hollow Ware,Machlnrr, f "
Oil cloth, Wool, &e. - j
lintterln Firkins & Kegs, Candle., Cot-1 v
ton. fin winter.) (luen.wa'e. Tallnir. , r-.n, sort..
Tobacco. In leafor iMaaufactared, ttaj:-
ward, &c. 4'C I '
. , ron r tli Clnss.
Itacon. Cotton (In summer,) CoCee.l.ardi
and Lard Oil, (tbroagh) PorK-ia-falt car-- CTctj.-.' 40CU.
loaas at owners risK. j
lico. C. Franclsscrrs.
'Frtight JJgext, Pitt$birg.
II. J. Sncede-r,
Frtight Agent, PkittitlpkU.
JTIagruxv & Koiiiin.
Freight, Jlgtntt, B-Utimtre.
jr. l. nuiott.
Freight Jtgent.Jra. JTtlt st ..V. IT.
11. II. Houston,
7e Freight Jletnt. Philadelphia.
PRINTED LniEflSPflrNTElT IJNENST!
- At- A. 9, I'ninn. birttt.
TUST rcceh ed (direct importati.ai) vne Case Linen Dress
terns, whfeh will be sold 25 per cent less than the nsunl I
. ' .. . , Cm-. I - . " ti
Prir' Also. ttvarie.-vofdrcsSGood3consUlin!rnfBeraees.
Uwnsind Muslins, for styles and prices, are un-surpassed
bvany in the market Giniii, Fringes, and Trimmings of
all Kinflsconsiannj uu i:uuu aue ruieniion 01 toe Ladies,
is particularly requested to our Stock of Gcxxls, before pur
chasing, mays,. THURSTON & BERNARD.
(J UN OltliiS. loo kvs .Nails, assorted ize
O -W boxes Langhorn & ArmsteadV Tobacco, very su-
I r t iii; imivTtnt fL- .vTr,t simlnn. sjtim. ! aagia
I 1.1111 . L A I.I . 1.1. .3 l-.IV .Ilutfcl, fc j.u...i" 1
XiJ JJ merandiaRNcws,oftIiebestquaIity,Jorialeby;t yjlONLVND CASTINGS-! tcmA.,ieS rt.,m-j
m"" , il.rt.Wli. " lltons RJ;
T?RE4U0AP,DENSI E"DS, from Landrcth, Risiev and ' "'elo Wcr
1! tSsraafceiforsaleiy H. (h SGOVBL.' ' '': iiTRATTON.SJIITn ft CO..
20 barrels Tar;
16 dux boxes Islington Mustard;
2000 lbs Racoo, suitable for family use;
23 gross of box Matcties;
Afew barrels of that tamo old isky. Also, a few bhds
of nae clarified Sugar, together with-a general assoftmentof
Groceries, at wholesale or rctiil, at So. 23 C-oIIege street,
opposite jjewtnee House LmayllJ . :R. F..BELL.
- . is' Si - -i
STiG AH.-Hnhhds. Prime Sogar, iastoraand&ttala
low by STRATIOX.SM1TU4CO,
- -t, . iircaaway
COFFEJE-250 bags Prime Rio Cc&x, in JtcreacdiL
sale low by- STEATTOii , SMITH ft CO
a"g" - . . Breadway.
FLOUlt 300 bbU. Flour, various brands, just received
and for ale low by STRATTOX, SJUTlf ft CO,
Q AilV-lOOu'bbls.KaBawfla SJi
KJ ootwjags toarse do;
.W. i5 - do -Kee - Jk
In BtcTe'.irfd fgflale by
" C r t ' ! 1 S Y- f I 'I'i i . h r.
i m7is.. j. oc AltJtiXtJAD'3
I .lmi siiMi-T-. .
A .r ITt ws m - - .
for the Nile of the ubor malir ieihnt TKJi, ; 51. u.
j i.it.i. i.ri r.ii i.ii, f . i . .. , i i a nM-.-.., .
vilJe, we are and JviU continue to bacoosiruillr supplied,
' ' S TKATTuX SMITH i CO
' '5gl3 ' BroadviTir
'i V"1!-""!-' uoai crusnca, cinnrea ana powdered Sn
j ' articles, all of which will be- 3d imiwiollv iow
rKP?e'fu:'P'ee, Indigo; Letter, Cap and Wrilirg
iia ranous other
STRATTOX SMITH ft CO
I TnTrnTvivn a Broadway.
J c" iaw tock.e. br
STRATTOy!, SMITH & CO.
1 ( "es Iresh Wtm hWt, Obwe, peratcaaicr.
STRATTON, SMITH L CO,
200 t-Jte11 m
SIKATTON, SMITn i CO.
W. rx. COEDav,
c s. aar ax.
W. H. GORDON CO..
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Far tie sals of STerchmdiSa, gsneraily,
J1"1 I XAStrVILLE, TEXT.
rMIUACt'Ur-l Boxes atai Oa, Stoey Atdl' lo
W Bores Keen & Co., Smeared Tefeocco:
150 do StubbleSeld do;
150 do- Deax ;
150 do Godwin's dnj
Fofs.iIe'bT ymi ' W. n. GORDON & CO.
LASS WARE iw Boxes MntFUsfo;
100 Boxes (m
. 500 do Tumblers, asserted jbr salabr
W. H. GORDON 4 CO.
CIGARS 5 Caes LaaTresMareM ReeaKa Cigars;
J 5 crcs La Nation
5 a Jenny Ijiixi '
5 ik AVanderjep. Jew
2 do Sjiiuleil Cathedral
2 do LaFfel
3 do Monte Cristo
50,000 Days Metee
lor sale by janj
W. H. GOItDOX & CO.
Grocer. ConimiMim, Rsoaiving ftFexwaraiag Iilorchaat,
. IlKOAD STttECT. XASaVlLLE. Texx.
TT T RIGG. ha opebed his kr-e and comrr.o-
diuWarc House on Broad Slrent. LSil
4 ween College and Clierrr strews, North side. :J?i,
where he is prepared to STORE goods of am o t any "kind
and quantity on reasonable terms. He will also attend ta
receiving unu rnsaruirf'. iiaviDjroee tithe large! and
most convemnt honsuin ttweitv, Uicaied at an intermediate
point be.weea the upper Riref Laodm' aad Raairuad De
pot JUST RECEIVED BY D. TRIGG, Broadway.
9AA CAXSHolt AMottJy'sfresiOvsiers;
W hbls Crush! Sugar, ' bbt, I'ulieriiedSjirar:
25 bbls let Cider Vbttntr
Vi bics Fine Salt:
2 bxs W. It Raisins, fresh;
20 half boxes W. R, RaUini;
85 boxes Died Herrlrg;
S uercea Fresb Ricx
25 dozen Buckets, painted;
m uixes t-iieese;
5 dozen Brooma;
25 b-J-s Coffee:
I ..r 1.. .. rs . t . f.
AIo Te.u.Mai 'rt1 Ord. itP. v...t
. mixes sHr tanaics.
J &c, Ac, which will bo sold -cheap far Cah or Barter, " '
. jsnlS -
j 1 1 . imujuyMa .. M
. . HONEY ! MONEY !
WdetusaSj for a period of twemv vear wt Wo dlbgent'y
studied how we mi)tht liostarne'ioraie t..e pe.:uniary condi
tion of the Hnmaa. Parmly, and o-cn e in applandifs of
mankind. We are nw bppy tdoiuM bejood the power tf
expressien, toittpart the Joi-.ios rntelligeiKe that
THK HOCK HAS LOML 1
Ahco we can pmchtim i the Xaiwos of the Earth tea
eixnpJiwi ofourester,oW.UboisiaUannituicticnt luat
lvobdto . .
The p'rooes by whieff riches may be cast I v jcqtiSjJ, tai
A MOST EXTRAORDINARY FACT
Is, that we gtj to the world. tfnUi, ihe aCriug cf thesa
wearisome researrhe. which const in :ed nearly a
qUARTER OP A t'ENTCIti "
In gestation, asking fur ame!reft far revauliri? this
Xotlitnjf but the aV!i?hiluJ asurai.ce that mankind win b
al last convinced oftlse jmcticarNlity r garoeriD g
A GOLDEN HAKrEaT
Through the medrmn a
PVPEIt & CO.
The Truly Fortunate and far-Saned Lotery Rrekcrx,
A8. 1 Zii'htHrett, lUi'timore, Uurylmna",
Let net a fir frswa of Fortune cst von down;
She were net Fortune if she did not frown,
Thoe who is fxtwftwa bear her srorfts awhile
Are those cm wrtoat last, st.e oxt will saals.
3jost glorious sreuEss: "
' PYPBR & CO.aV W wi I few vt v. Mrjnlai-
" EvEfVY Drawing tells a cheering tale;
S3" The rst ?oetcjjil mrthwl M, draw a lMtuis to
Furtbi't a I'CMtgeTTae XBraceof evtwr day strcagUi.
f cLLa iuti ureiuniHoa.
1 Forward vuur oiaWm with-it AA '
Splendid Schemes for June, 1853.
fTiieCertlticatePriees of jiaebagtsef qaartar tickets
oalyrare givea beiw. '
Date. - Capital Xonif Price oi Price 'f
J June, Praes. . Ballots. Tiekeu. Packages.
1 t-V,wD0 7 Nba, It ib-awn f 10 Ij uo
3 2000 7S Nos. lo drawn 3 15 00
3 2T.060 73Jfot. 13 drawn 3 IS OQ
. 4 i.40,W -?Xm. 12 drawn 12 it 09
6 25,M0 78 Xes. IS drawa 8 20 00
7 tV,H 75Nf. 12 drawn ff 18 C 3
8 3,0 7Xhs. 14 drawn 10- 65 O
9 lSJ&i 78 Xos. 18 drawu fV 18 CO
10 1,.Vm 7Xs- 1 drawn 4 14 00
11- W,l3 74 Ns. lldmwn 15 CS 00
13 2,W0 7Ni. 13 drawn 8 Z jLO
14 2tW 74Nes. 12 drawn 3 l cj
I 15 3I,W30 7s.e. Wdrann . 10 25 00
15 21.500 7SX.W. 12 drawn 5 18 00
17 2I.WW 78Ns. 18wn 5 18 00
I 1& . 4,D0 . 76 No. 13 drawn 10 40 CO
" 2ir 2,3o 7S Xw. 13 ilrawa 8 Zo jO
21 2,m -7s)Xs. Htdrawrr 6 13 00
2- 8V,U09. . 74 Xos. lSdfBWR 1 85 t
23 21,046 78 Not. Indrawn 5 H 00
. 1B,iii TftXte. 14 dmwn 4 it 00
25 7000 7S Xos. 12 dmwn 90 88 C)
27 ,0rtf) 7.'. No. 1 drawn 5 M CO
- 23 1M12 WNes. lSttrawB f su C3
, S4L 7Xm. 13 drawn H) Si 00
SO 2i,fo0 78 Nos. li drawn 5 IS 00
'. lafTPrawiufi forwardud tu Crrepotoueutv by tlis first
f mafls after the Tottariea are drawn.
KP" CfirTesBotHlonts. will nleae cmler a few ilava hefcra
I the lotlc ne are diuvt i.
There is a krueper contage in ftmr of those purchasers
j wbo order by tfce Package, aed tlteciiances of ilru irirg fui;r
of the largest Prizes in tbeScheiuv, aie thereby tccuied.
I We advise the purctsase of Packages of Tkets iff every in
I al sight,- will be prtHnotlv remil'erf to itMse Correjpoadenta
j wbo draw prizes atPYrEk A CO S.
j pRemember A Pack ise of Tickets, can drew rocs
f otthe must splendid p rites in a scheme
f JTjJ la order to secure a Kortuue; aui the cash immediate
I ly after the result h known, the rntdi-re of this paper tava
j-nlptoreraitoahDnirViorpHie tickes, to the Old Eidab
i lLshciL tirLoaedaudU-ulv turtuoarti ExcluBzcacd Lot.err
r Brokers," PYHflt & CO..
i jane! Ira N' 1 Litjht 4reet. Bahrmcte, Md.
' 'nXPOlYUl'IR MAXCFACTrRED BY THE
I VjT-HAZAIU Powdw Cflwpaay of CassecUCBt r
J00O tegs Kentucky
"t !h each.
500 aartaejrJ iw
250 dr. km do
f(X) tetp Deer
SOO lbs do ,S ktss each)
300 carh'sfCTs fine HWe
The above powder has mat been receded direct from ':
manufactory of tlie Hazard Powder Company Iho qoal.rr
of which is well known tksrughMii ibe Cniteil Suits. Ail
ordtra promptly Blled.br appiraaUoa at my I'owdor Dajst
North Kmt corner Puhtre SqasMe. NuohviLe.
ALSO 5O,000 feet Safety fuse of bet quality.
S.II. L00MIS, Agtct
march!!-" for the Haaird Pwdr'Copu.,r
TfATA'NTJGD. 2VV '.' ! s m'Soulh Catc-
' T Una Dank Ne and Sao.n-o OenrgiifBank Notes,
' wanted immediately by
airi!w V. PURL A CJ
Cf.OS ff,f AMERICAN GOLD for snleatistctcUs
VZD,UUU by J-' D. PRRL4 CO.
ASTKRN" liNCIIAXtiE.-M a arc drawing ia
New York and Pfci!afclph.a m ttait te tvU, ai IfidC
ratpA anrW D PKARL ACQ
KBN'i'tMJjCY If A.NK NOTind aieckalOTMia
by -iy D. PB.RL & CO
MOlilLV. and Ncjsv Otteaaa Back Noti-a.warUed br
aprim - . V PRL 4 0
SILVER wanted ltzunedlab.-ly by
V. PEARL i CO.
I tf ? f r--""-'"l: 1 Iff-"- '