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UNION AND AMERICAN. t
Ot'FICE-No. 11, DEADERICK STKEET.
TilH WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
to subscribers ai the following rates: Sirigld copies, one
year.iu advance.i&J S&9tf tllULlue year $3 00; at the end
of the year $4 60. Clues Of five and upwards $2 00
per copy for one year. Chibfbf" subscribers will bo re
ceived for six months at the foregoing Tales. '
The TRI-WKEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $o per annum in advance; if not paid in
, advance, J6.
DAILY published at Eight Dollars.
SfTllE MONEY JN ALL CASES .TO .ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscripUons.inay be, made by mail at our
risk. ' paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
companied with the cash.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
rrMIE great Remedy for Bheumatlsni.Gout, pain in (he Side
1 Hip, Hack, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, ICing's Evil,
White Swellings, Hani Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fired
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Fain cannot
These Plasters possess the advantage of being put up in
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli
mates. This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Physicians and the people in general both inlhis
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
thing about it Yet there may be some, who stand-in need
of its healing powers who have not yet tried it. For their
xates we will simply state what it has done in thousand of
cases, and what it will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Bead the following testimony from a Physician.
Gcvtlkmex. Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me of pains
of which .1 hare suffered for Iwclre years past Duruigfhis
period 1 labored underan affliction of my loins and side, and
tried many remedies that my' own medical experience sug
gested, but without obtaining relieC At length I used your
Plaster, and am now by its good effects entirely cured. I
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to cU,
who are suffering from contraction of tliemuscles, or perma
nent pains ia the side or back.
The people ofGeorgtaliave but. to become acquainted with
its virtues when they will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, M. D.,
Forsythe, Monroe county, Ga.
" To'Messrs-Scovil & Meid, Xew Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR nEBREW PLASTER IX XORTH
Messiss. Scovtl & Mead: I have been troubled with the
chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On thelstof
Julr 1S4'J, I was so bad that I could not turn myself In bed,
and" ihc pain so severe that I had i.ot slept a wink for six days.
At this t i inn mr atli-ndin? Phvsician prescribed the "Hebrew
Plaster," and it acted like u charm; the pain' left me and I
slept more tliau half of the tiig'ut and in tliree days I was 1
ublo to ride out. I consider the "Hebrew l'laiter' the best
remedy for all sorU of painS now ia use
v G. W. McMIXX.
HendersonTille, X. C, Aug. 16, 1S50.
ltm-.un of rnnntmfeits and base imitations!
Z3f The genuine will in future have the signature II
Taylor oa the steel plate engraved label on the top of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar
ticles is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
throughout the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell it
Dealers aiid purchasers generallvare cautioned against buy
ing of but our regular agents, otherwise they will be impos
ed upon with a worthless article.
For sale by SCOVIL & MEAD,
111 Charires street, Xew Orleans.
. General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by EWIX, BROWN A Co, Nashville, Tenn.
W. W. & J. 1!. BERRY, do;
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co., do;
CART WRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do ;
THOMAS WELLS, do ;
" jnlyl-dtww 11. G. SCOVEL, do.
PHT10T0XEN OE PEMALE'S FMEND.
For.tliccnrc of Painful and Disordered Menstruation,
Miscarriago or Abortion.and the relief of all those
Sympathetic Xcrvous Affections attendant on
Much of the 'ufferirg attendant upon the lives of females
at tiie present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during souie critical period of their peculiar sea
sons, causing obstructions irregularity, Ac, which, if not
relieved, gradu-illy weakens and derauges the system, and by
svmpathv induces those chronic forms of disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them
lo an early grave or render them invalids for li!e. Many of
the fairest and loveliest of creation, at that age when the bud
was jt bursting into bloom, have witliercd and died from
the effects of obstiuctiou, and the want of a remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
TRY TIIE Pflll.OTOKEX. .
It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to,
but asa rented v and preventive for a certain class of com
pl.imls, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill cau
perform. Soldhv SCOVIL A MEAD,
1 1 1 Chartres street, Xew Orleans.
General AVholesalc Agent tor the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addi csfd.
julyl ly dtr.iw.
WESTERN HILITAP.Y INSTITUTE.
Dromon Springs, Henry county, Ky.
T IIS li rat term of the seventh annual session ofthis fl
CoUecv commences tbew M"uhiii in .NZ. m- H
Imt, loa, and the second term on tlieV Uvula 1 th ,
The Faculty consistsof nineexpcricnccd professors. The I
numi)er of cadets in attendance hist esSlOu was 27,. of 1
whom It were from Tennessee. The course of studies cm- !
braces tlie Scientific couise of the II. S. Military Academy J
and IlKirougli inotmctions in History, English Literature, j
mid the Greek and Latin Languages. ' Students are admis- '
Ifd to a feloct course, including Civil Engineering. Modern j
languages, Book Keeping, with Commercial practice and j
other branches at tlieiroptirn.
The Militarv feature is not introduced merely to diffuse j
Military knoA-ledse, but to promote discipline, health and j
phvsical development. ,
Charges for tuition, boarding, room", fuel, lights, washing,
servants' attendance, and Use of furniture and arms ffri) ,
per term. Surgeon's fee f3 lr term. For further inter-
niatkin address A 0. Smith, lisq, Louisville, Ky., Smith i
Johnson, '"7 Mjgazme street, New Orleans, or li. B.John- .
Mm, Superintendent jnls'-'S ldntAw4
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby and U F. Bradlev. 1 hate seen it in
operation several times, I am sali-fieJ of its great utility. As
the season is advancing, I now offer those 1 have on hand for
$200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
jimc23, 1S53. Nashville, Tenn. .
Xashville, June 2S, 18"3.
Col. Ij. I. Cheatihv: Detir .s'ir: I have been using
the ' Reaping and Mowing Machine" pateniented by Manney
of Illinois, which on are now offering to the citizens of Ten
nessee. It is a FiKSTitATULAnott savixu Macuise. It works
Js'eatlt and iLiriDLT. The amount cut per day will dejiend
principallr upon the s;ee.l of the team. If the team can
travel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres
in ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public.
Respectfullv J- SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradlev, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: We have had for more than
ue week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and 'reaping
machines, wc ha vet ned it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and I now slate that it mows and cuts cleaner than the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
li&nds, and itcan renpat lea twenty-lour acres per uay.
junoSH-tiw . L- F. BRADLEY
' (IRAEfENBERG CIIILDBEirS PANACEA.
A MOST strauge and in-econcilahle fact meets us at the
very threshold of our remarks on this valuable medi-
It is this: that no meuicai prcparauou ai.apieu iu
f .m.t,.t;1.frr rnwhina the atie of tire voirsi
Wc should suppose that to this great class ot human suf-ferer.s-tlus
one- .aif of the race the most anxious and ear
nest attention would have been given: that medical skill
would have been taxed to its utmost capacity to find out a
medicine to w hich mothers and nurses migut resort under
the constantly recurring necessities which present them
selves in this connection. The no! Id is literally crowded
wit h medicines for ail nil, hut towards the sufferings of chil
dren no one has seemed to turn proper attention. Xo one
has regarded their condition. No one has seemed to think
it pos-Tble that the ravages of disease and death among thei.t
niirlilliR staved. It is true th.it there aie numerous Ver
mifuges and "Cordials of some value, but nnni- ol the.-e is
confined exclii-itely to one or two tonus of disease. The
liraefenberg Children' Panac-si is the only nif dicir.e extant
in cither hoiiHspheii' til t Is at all worthvof being called a
Children's Medicine: or that supplies the great want allu
His invaluable and unsurpassed mcasesof infant lie jimi
dicc. griping aud flatulency, dianhira, cutaneous eruittitu.
the thl-asli, leclhing, falling of the fundament, com-ulsicn-..
rickets, ringivoi m. scald head, measles, croup, worms, chol
era infantum, wasting of the body, and all diseases incident
to tlie years of childhood.
Price Srt cents tier bottle.
ForKileat all the Drugstores, in town mid cnnnlrv, anil
. A1.I..V .tl ACKl.U-..
' FACTS THAT ARE FACTS.
T"! THO does not know that Lvoxsi Co, keep alws s on
'Y hand the finest Cignts and Tobacco to bo lmd iu
town AH we can sav to those who are ignorant of this, is
to request them to call and examine our stock, and ihov
will soon be convinced tl.at Mich is the case. Duu t foiget
the Von (Lyons) Den, Xn. 1. Cedar street
Tohuccns We are just in receipt ot a Urge lot or
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting ofsuiieorthe
- finest brand., tine cut and iu ping, lor either vho,e
eale or retail by
LYONS i CO..
No. 19, Cedar St
Mhi.iKKl leetcenuiue rialeiy tuse,
t.by the original manufajjturers, for sale by
fc CHEATHAM, WATS0X A: CO.
jyl5 at W. II.Gordo.n- A Co.s PubUc Square.
THE UNITED FIREHEirS-TKSu'HANCE COMPANY 01
OA J' IT A L 100,000 DOLLARSIl
, Chartered by the State.
THIS, Company luring lully organized, is
now ready to take risks on all descriit-
lions of -property, against loss or damages by
fire, also against perils of the sea or inland nav
igation. Propositions for insurance will be received at the
office of the Xashvule Insurance and Trust Co., College St
JL.-W- JOHNSON. President
J.S.Dashiell, Sec'y. Naslivillc, Oct. 8, 1852.
. COKHEBCIAL niSUEAIfCE COMPAirV.
CUAU.ESTOX, sonni cacolisa.
Capital $259,000: All Paid In.
X HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
JL Nasimlle, ana am tullr prepared to tare Jlanne, jire,
River Riks, on tlieanost favorable terms.
A full statement of the solrency of the Company can be
seen at tlieotlice ol the JSashvule Insurance ana lrusi uom-
pany, on College street
' sepl8 JOHX S. DASHIELL, Agent
THE SIUTUAX PBOTECTION IKSUBAXCE COMPAKY
OP XASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
opposite the Verandah, will insure on the mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchaiidite; "Ac, against Loss or Damage by
Fire? Steamboats oiranv of the A estern waters acainst the
Ulizai-dsof Inland Navigation and tlie Cargoes of Vessels of
every description against the I enls cl the beas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of jereons in good health, for a single year,
tor a lerm oi years, pr uunngiiie- juso, uanK; itoies trans
mitted per mail.
All nersons ljivins'lheirlives orrironcrtr insured in this
Institution, ore entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its without anv liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums wnicu uiey may pay.
AL S. TILCHER, President
J. 15. JOHXSOX, Vice President
C. J. F. Whaetox, Secretary. janl
TENNESSEE MABINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COK-
PATIY. TAPITAT. SlSO ntlO.
OFFICE on thcXorth .side of the Public Square, midway
between the Xashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make hisurance on Houses and Goods of everj- de
scription against lliv; un ciuuuuuaia auu vyuigu uguuiab uio
anatnerislcoi tue river; on me vargo oi aeei ioais ana
oilier river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
. . ntl' 1FI1TTT 1
the usual tenns. juiu jil. muu, l resiueuu
Joseph Vaclx, Secretary.
. Dirsctous. Alex. Allison, John M. HilL F. B. Fogg, G,
Sf. Fogg, James Correy, Juo. M. l!;iss, Josejih M oods, isam
uel Seay, JIatthew Watson, J.J, White, Jacob McGavock.
New York ILife Insurance Company,
No. 106 Broadway, Neio York.
OTi 'I'HK lailTUAL V UATi ,
Accumulated Capital 85OO?51O.00.
r: FEIIilA, ACTCART K. rRAHKLIM, CRCi'T.
JTJr' Total number of Policies Issued by thi
Comnanv up to Julr 1st. 1322 ateat thousand
six hundred and cigh'.yone.
ITPDivldends made annually on all Life Po-'a
licics In shape of stock, bearing Interest at too rate of 0 per
ICyTho dividends heretofore have always averaged from
-40 to 5D per cent.
irjj Persons taxing ont Policies for the whole term of
life can give their note at 12 months for 40per cent of the
premium, and pay GO percent la cash.
Applications for risks, prospectus of the company, or In
formation relative to the subject of Life Insurance may be
made at the oIEce of the undersigned General Ajeut for the J
t'-. IT T 1 i" 1." 1 1 T I X',C?t 1
ouitc oi icuuesiec. w.cjtii
Offlce N. W, corner'.Puhllc Square,
opposite Planters' Baat. .Na.hvllle, Aug. 10, 1853.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE C0MPAXY, HART
Jauq Dixon, Pres. IIuvet It. Millze, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus 8300,000.
LvsURA.vcE on lives of white persons ou tha joint stock
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the lives ofXegroes, on reasonable
terms. S. U. LOOM IS,
, janlo 6m Agent.
i:tn;i Insurniicc Co. of Hartford.
Lira OBPAHTM ENT.
Annuity Puna J15O.OO0.
EXCLUSIVBLY held pledccd.and appro priated.VRSy
with Us reserved accumulations, by the cbartnrtCCiS
and regulations of the Company, to the payment of Annu
lie and Ioescs upon Insurance on Life, and In no eventlla
bleforother debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Tuos. K. Uraci, PrcsH, S. L. Lonxis, Secretary;
K A. Hi'LKLiT, Vice J. W. SiTaocE,Act'y Presdent.
Managing Directors .for the Life Department.
E. A. tfrri.KLXTt John L.IloswKLLt
l.'ontRT l!cLL, Roland -MiTilkE,
MitusA.TuTTLi, Edwin G. Rirt.r
Bxnra 0.. PlATV.
Thlsbelng a Joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash system, the Managers have adopted a table
of 'ratesof premium as low as is consistent with safety and
much iQver than those of the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, received by tho
undersigued, who will furnish Prosp&ctusasof the Compa
any, and any Information relative thereto.
.yrT'Rlsts onslavessgainat dUeasesand accident causing
death, taVen; Polices Issued and losses adimted at this
Ageucy. JOS. NASH, Agent,
OfficeN. W. cornor Public Snare,
opposite Planters Bank. .Nanvllle, aug. 10, 1BS-2.
THE NASHVILLE HOJfUFACTUKUfG COMPANY.
HAVING, at gieat expense, procured the most recently
improved niachinerv and tools for the construction of
the heaviest work in metaVs, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are
prepared to make to order Kailruad .Machinery,, such
as Locomotives, l'aseiigcr. Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appertainingto Railroads.
Steam Eiigine;. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron.
Saw Jlills Fitted up complete, until Circular or Sash
Saws.cmbracing thclatest improvements. Grist 31 ills.
Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all s'aes.
Stimir Jlills of the lnost recent construction, with Engines
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton (Jiiis. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necesary appurtenance made to order at short notice
in ail cases wneie it is ue&ireu, te lunuau aii eugmrer iu
Eut up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that
e mav continue to oeraie the engine, Sc.
Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with
Shafting, Mill Gecnnj, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
'Vaults, made to order.
Inionuatiou cheerfully given and orders received by
J. THOMPSON, PresidcHt
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
(fTi AAA HEWAllD. 1 will pay theabove reward
j) 1 U U ) to anv person or persons, as a premium
above tlie market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominations of 160, Ml and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrants ol either denomination.
R. II. BKOCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door
aoulttsii tin 1 i u 1 Xashville. uptU Qi'27.
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
CO.HPETITION DEFIED ! I !
mense stock of
Gents I'asliiouable Spring and Snimner Ready
which he is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS AXY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE. J
Already in store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock 1
ana 1resS voats 01 tne latest styles, rrencn lweeu, v,asu
merette, Plush, Drapd'Ete, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen
Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coats, Ac Ac-, Ac.
Pants and Vests of ever)- color, shade, pattern and quality
to suit the mo-t Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
lues, tarpct liajrs, Ac., A.C.
. ..r. - .i.
tvisite Cniun street.
;"aN'o connexion with any otherhouse in thecity.
X. 15. Xot to be sold or uuderaild by any man or combi
nation of men. L- P-
Country Merchants in particular are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE abovo HOTEL is now open for the reception or is.
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. M
This long established and weii-Kiiotvu uouse uas miuer
coneathorooi'h alteration througliout, and furnished with
new aud fashioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market luTordf; and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, ho'.h with servants aud the regulations of the house
gencrallv, he Will he enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those thut may favor him with their patronage.
jan2'J ly t'rw JXO. W. SPEAK.
T-STlN'itTv.'I) U! MANUFACTURED BY THE
VX HAZARD Powder Company of Connecticut
1000 kegs Keulucky
Powder, 25 lbs each.
S 00 halt kegs do
2."0 qr. kegs do'
500 kegs Deer
10:0 Leirs lUa-tiissr
SOD lbs du (5 kegs each)
"iltrt ints-twis. int. I!.tl
lin received direct from the
mannfacorv of the Hazard Powder Company the. duality
of whic'i is "well known thr-iujiiout the United Sfates. All
otiltrspnnn-jtlv tilled hv application at mr Powdor Dapot
North Kasi corner Public Square, Xashville.
ALSO yf0,000 fctt Safety Fue of best qualify.
S. H. I.00MIS, Agent
marel.25 for the llazanl Powder Company.
Vox Chiippinc Corn or other Grain,
An article uiicA etery Farmer should hate.
XT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five bu-hels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stuck and is so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve j ears old can keep it in order and run it It is adap
ted to either Steam, "VVnter 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 Xashville, persons wishing to purchase can
Bnd them at J. M. Seabury's, on. College street, where they
idll be happy to take orders. BOSS & ADAMS.
FURNITURE! STTRNmiBE! !
T lH ;nr rann.. C, ..n.lm.nf nl-li'nr..
X nitureof Bio latest and most approved f?2
StvleSL.whirhwill hft warrant! as rerommend-I I -
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest Having en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ol Gil
bert's suoerior Pianos, also Window Shades. Clocks. Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made lo order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem-
ber 4.), Union street Cheap Furniture Depot.
-aP27 I. H. MORTOX.
K0RE HEW PIAN0ES.
WE have received by recent arrivals niner-o.
more of those unrivalled Pianos, madeJssM
by J. B. Dunham and Adam Stodart A Co, of j & -' Jf
various styles and sizes, whicli will be sold verj- low tor
cash or good notes drawing interest, and wurrunted to give
satisfaction in every respect.
aprSi3 w.& T.ii. uitt,ii.JU,LU A ct.
' j. u. c tmituv;
Fnrnitnre Manafiioturer aad Daalcr.
V V and the public generally that he SjSSfeSKS'JS
keens a full asortineDt of Furniture on
Iiand, consisting of B ireaus, Ward-robes, Bedsteads, Side-
boaros, Unairs, botas, Divans, tioos Uases, ohower-iiaius,
Ordered work and repairing done at tho shortest notice,
and on very reasonable terms, with despaich.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept constantly on hand.
Unilertalung Having just received from New Torka
joi oi tlie air-tignt ana air exausieu jueianc tuiaus, ui
orders for Coffins can be filled in very short notice, from
the Plain Servants' to the fine Metalic or Covered, and on
very reasonable terms; together with everything necessary
All orders left at mvstoreon College street, Xo. 2.1!, oppo
site the Sewanee House, wiU be punctually atteuded to
Dotn nigntanaday. J.it. uuwiti.
N. B. Shavine. Dressins and Lavins out Corns, attend
ed to when desired. B a ex J. IL C.
TIIE Co-partnership heretofore" existing under tlie style
and firm of Phillips & Hart is this day dissolvod "by
mutual consent. All persons indebted to the tlrm are re
quested to make immediate settlement, and all havinir
claims against the same will present them for payment
Either partner will use tlie uame of the firm in liquidation
only. WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
July, 1853. ilKSKY HAUT, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Mr. ncmy Hart, my successor
and late partner, to the formerfriends and customers of the
House, and respectfully solicit for him a continuance of that
patronage so liberally bestowed ujioii the late firm.
JUIyl Vril.lyl.l.U I'liiLiLiIt'S.
JAMES D. LEHHEB,
Produce and General Commission Merchant,
PROMITattention given tothe saleof COTTON. DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS. G1NSENU, BEESWAX, At,
AojUpon which advances will be made if required,
rg? Orders promptly tilled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour, Whisky, Ac, Ac
5?" Agent for tho sale of Star and Tallow' Candles, Sale
ratus. Pot and Pearl Asli. and Lard Oil. which will be fur
nished at lotted titartU rata without CuMirthsion.
"T7-AL.UABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOR
SALE. Tlie undersisned offers for sale his residence
on Spring or Church Street, witli the furniture if desired.
terms maae cnuwn on application to
E, C. FOSTER, 3d.
Or in my absence to G. M. FOGG,
june 17 tf.
ALL I'ArEHS.-Ju.st re
ceived, 2.00U bolts of those
beautiiuir renchrapers, tor i'arlors, r-VVM
Halls, ia. together with a splendid tfcecrl ss
assortment of Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire facreeus, Win
dow Curtains, Ac.
IS"0n liaud a large assortment of ungbjed Papers, from
10 to 25 cts per holt.
KLAu Lis UUltllliV,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House,
IV.. IV. l'INX,
41, MARKET STREET ,
BETWKEX UNION AND TUE SQUARE,
COVD AND VELVET PA
VX PER HAXGIXGS. A larcre
and beautiful variety.
liecoraiive vnii l'apers, an
the 1 itest f rencli aesisiis.
norders, nindow Papers. Teasler and Ccn.-
Ire Pieces, a large assortment.
Chcnp Unglazeil Papers 12,000 pieces in stor?,
from P2 to t'o cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and Cheap yom
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGI1S, BAROUCHES,
ItOCKAAVAYS AND FAMILY CAIUUAGES.
fST Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that ."t
Stout's Cwch Shop is on CLARK STREET. feE
liuyjvi tltA DIUUl.
71C1I AND CHEAP GOODS AT NigilOL'S
1 i, CORNER. 1 hare on
Ladies' Dress Goods, whicli
prices, as the season is adrancing.
exnectea. tall soon.
Mqslins and Lawns from Sc. 10c. 12c. and I.V., and a fine
assortment of Beragus of all stvles. Silk Tusius, F.venint;
Dresses, Ac, Ac Also a good assortment of Musiiuito Net
tings. JAMES XICHOL,
junl" Xo. 13, Cor. Square and Market st.
DISSOLUTION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
istingunder the style of McNAIRY A FUR.MAX, ex
pired on the 1st day of Julvinst. R. C. McXairy will con
tinue the business at the ofd stand, and will settle the busi
ness of the la'e firm. Signed R. C. McNAIRY.
Xashville, July fcth, 1853. F. FUR.MAN.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McXAIRY, my
lale partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon thslate firm.
julyS Signed F. FURMAX.
W- HITE GOODS AND TRIJI3IIXGS. Dotted
Swiss, Plain do. super line Corded and Checked do,
super fine Mull and Xuinsook Muslins, Jaconets, Cambrics,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouucings, Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, ic, at McCLELLAXU'S,
june23 Xo 20, Public Square.
"VrANTLES, SCAUPS. &c We have some very
l'l r! 1 ir . 1 .1 ...1.. cmi- T . ,
J.IJL lticu dianiieson naiiu, new siwe, iu iik, Aace. .pn
ca, Ac; Iace Scarfs, Crape do. White Crape Shaw ls, Muslin
de Lane do, which we will close out very cheap.
junc23 Xo 20. PuhlicSquare,
ICII DltESSlTdODSOiihaiid Rich Silks,Dress
Rich Black Silks, super Black Gro de Rhine, Rich
Printed Bareges and Tis-ues, White llarages and White
Silk Marqu sso. While Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses,
Emb'd Crapes, Rich Barege de Lanes, Rich French Organ
diei. Muslins, Ginghams, Ac, Ac These Goods are very
rich and will be sold at very low prices, at
june23 Xo 20, PublicSquare.
ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP For render
ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white and soft,
removing saliowness, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles. or reduess. Its soothing influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the lormatiou of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalrcady formed, eliciting ou the cheek of age the
clearness und smoothness of youth. I'repared by Dr. F. F.
Gouraud, 67 Walker St., 1st Store from Broadway, X. York.
For sale by fcb'J GEORGE GREIG.
T7UENCII WINES AND B It ANDI ES. Always
L? on hand, a well assorted variety of foreigu Wines aud
Liquors, put up in wood and bottlcsand for sale by
feh9 GEORGE GREIG.
"T")INK Afl'liKS AND PEACIIKS. Just re-
L ceived, a fresh lot of P
in glassjars, and for sale by
ceived, afresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
IIi:iiSi:. o0 boxes Western Reserve Cheese, re
ceived and for sale by feb GEORGE GREIG.
1)1NE Al'l'IiK CIIKESK. 73 boxes superior
Goshen PincArple Cheese, received and for sale by
feb GEORGE GREIG.
T7If"S. On hand and for tale
a small lot of verr fine
JJ Figs, by
GUM DIIOI'S. A fresh supplv of finest quality Gum
Drops of various flavors, just received and for sale by
feb9 GEORGE GREIG.
ilOCOLATJE. A superior article of Chocolate in
small sticks and in half pound cakes put up in tin foil,
and fur sale by febS GEORGE GREIG.
1?IIENCH NEUGA CANDYJust received by
1 express a small lot of White French Xeauga Cand v put
up in tin foil and for sale by GEORGE GREIG.
GIIE EN TEAS. -50 cans fresh Greeu Teas, hermet
ically sealed, on hand aud for sale by
febi) GEORGE GREIG.
T7HESII TEAS. Justreceived. an extra assortment
JL; of Blaek aud Green Teas of the finest qualities import
ed, and warranted superior, for sale by
fehl GEO. OUEIG, Union street.
1TOH HIKE. A Xcgro Woman with 2 children, one
i 10 years old; apply to R. A. HALLO WE,
julyl7 Gen'l Ag't, Xo. 17 Deaderick St
TTOK SALE AT AUCTION. I will oiler at public
Jj Auction at the court house, on Saturday next, the30th
inst, 8 beautiful building lots, situated in Edgefield, a short
distance from the X. fc L. Depot Terms one half cash
and the balance in one sndtwo years, or without interest
with a lien retained on the land until the purchase money is
The above lots front 50 feet on Short Street and run back
150 feet to a fifteen feet alley, a plot of which can be seen at
my office. R- A. BALLOWE, Gen'l Ag't.
inlv- 24 Xo. 17, Deaderick Street
hand a beautiful assortment of Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
will be-sold at very reduced snmotions. Rheumatisms. IXV.V r .,J5 v-.t. Fi
STlt A 1 ED. From the premises ot tue suo.-cnber, on
Tuesday of last week (2sth of June,) a pair of BAY'
HORSES, about 15 hands 8 inches high, of a strong and
substantial appearance, between the age of G and 8 years
old. Xo particular marks now remembered, other than
that one of the Horses had a recent bruise or cut on his left
cheek bone, and had on when he escaped the head-stall of a
Any information concerning the above Horses will be
thankfully received, aa well as suitably rewarded, if com
municated to W. T. BERRY", Nashville.
Nashville, July 9tb,lS53.
NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY,
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTEBATTVT! Rfl'Spniiim
7e Rtmedyovtr all JZemalus for tin, Distant! of the 'Liver
Dyspcpslt, Enlargement and Inflairmthn of iha Spleen
Ikar&iurn, Giie Ftalalente, Piles, GmsUrpatum, all
dineaiKS of the Moixlt, and such diteas'u an arise frton a
disorder etale of the Stomach, Ziper &r Jioweh, ai
Scrofula and Soree of any kind. For General DelU'Uu,
from which- Ladies frequently suffer, there is not Us
equal in the whole Materia ITcAicu,
THE inventor of this preparation was for three years s
completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
the Liver that ho was frequently for weeks at time unable f o
raise himself from his bed. lie sought aid from physicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it was byaccident'thnt he sue.
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing-med-icine,
his sdecess in such cases has beeu unrivalled. He
has been aware of the increditlitv of tlie Dubliel and cous.
quently said nothing thioughthe press of his own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
Dy its success, assnowu Ly the certificates which hareoeen
I subjoin the certifictte of Prof. M Oakreiit. of Mm'nti;
Tenn., with whom I ofteu advised during the. time ol my
. . Memphis, Tenn., April 1 7. 1352.
1 hereby certilv that I have licen cnn.tinteil n-lth Dr .l
X. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I Mieve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards reeover-
eu, wmi nuni i supposeu to be Uyspepsiaaml Liver affection,
and after trying the prescriptions of many Physicians in thi3
us neuua uiucr toumnes, without reliet he tinally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. jr. GABBERT, M. I).
Physitians are requested to fry this preparation. We
fcelsatiUIed it will sustain the character we give to it in this
Dr. Bledsoe:-! take tlie liberty audWl i fto tVmvdutv
stomach and bowels, vour Alterative Compound, as a very
sepenor medicine. My son, aged 15years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diarrhea-when
having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe,
v HrTVTSVTT T v fW IT 10C
DR.BLEnsoc Some time lias eianswl
tijicate that my wife had beeu greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought tube
the best physicians In the place aqd a great many difieren
medicines, with momentary relief. Bemo- tip ratios! a si
ijuuiiv. Luabjuv itucuau lur iiirpft nr Tutir
rm.r lt,v m I'r.iM . . " JiK-CT" r '
. W.U....U, . bvj im i am nappy 10 say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suU'ering from diseases of tha
i.ci auu ujspepsia. .u. UUllbKTSOX.
nrjXTSVir.T w Oft lcn
De. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my dut y 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 gt
yen by physicians, aud never fuund any thing that would cer
muu.j 1 uiiBi e me, -until 1 ineu tne aoove medicine, which nas
vuuicuiuciucteiy atiacK in less man an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
fiuis (nirvrr TVnti Tt o? ion
Da. Bledsoe : I Teel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re-
lierpil Trio a thnt 1 li. .. .J .
. - wi iiau Kause 10 iase anytnm? in
two montlis. I can eat anvihino-1 ,-,., ,r;n. : r..:... j
i , . j ...... iiuuiuiav. mm
I believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced aee.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall bo sure to
u" ) a uui i cry respecuully you- tnenu.
ELIi,UJETU J. UARW00D.
This is to certify, that I had suffered fur many years with
Dyspepsia and Discasas of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician naa prescriDea lorme without mr receiving any ben-
em, wuea i cQiumencea me use of Dr. Uledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
ueviiuse ui me saint uappyeuect upon others ol my acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAR0THER8.
.. Hcxtsville. Ala.. March 3. 1852.
DR. llLEDSOE: SlE : Judo-inir
have already advertised, it will Ce almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
iourvAimpouna; oui i mnst say, that tor vears I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing yourcompouud about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
. HSXRY J. G0FF.
ha above medioino is for sale m every Drug Store in
tha city, andmo.it of the towns in the State. G. W. HEX
DERSHOTT, General Ageet, for wholesaling the med
lcine.' KfPnce,;l per pint Bottle. novls lvdtr
uit. WM. JieLAxr:,
RvM?$&8iAl!P GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR,
. . OtLiY annoimces to the citizens of Xashvilk
and vicinity, that he has relumed again after a resi
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanently la
cated himself in South Xashville, at the corner of Was!
ingtonand Pearl street?, where he may1ataJl.tanesbefoun
by those who may wish to consult him. " St-nt
He basin his passesion many certificate from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
,TOiuiwiuvHaiii tuc luiiutving aiseases. vie ier-
other Hemorages; Diarrhcea, Dueasea of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and A etiereal Taints of the RIoo.1- 1
dron, Worms and various oilier Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, he attended fo over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
'.ban ordinary success.
Dr. Mcl-nne hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
hi? efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patrouaee
of the sick aud afllicfcJ.
Xashville, Feb 9-ly. DR. WM. Mcl.AXE.
.tu ..ciiers aaureasej, post-paid, to South Xa-diville.
DR. FKASK'S MAGNETIC 0IXTMEKT.
MR. WINTERS had lost nearly all or his hair and
had been bald for many years: bv the useofttrioi-
Uts of the Mjgntiic Ointment, had his hair entirely re
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair aa any man
could wish. His age is about GO years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been aflheted with the Asthma from his cradle- He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the moot aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al.
most toaskeleton. Bytheuseof a few bottlesof theOint
ment he was thorowjhly cured, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust heafth.
This was an extreme case of inflammation of Vie sfleen,
of long standing; lias a variety of treatment from no less than
tight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four bottles ofthe Magnetic Oint
ment This was fourmonths agoand the lady (aMrs. Dun
ham.) is still iu good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I have treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
Hind, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. Oue ofthom had been atllicted 18 years, the other
about Oyears. They had tried the best plivsicians in the
State, without benefit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cui e. They are now by use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number ef cases of Piles, and in nu case has it
fa'deil of giiing immediate relief and generally a permanent
cure. 1 have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but not least, I have within the last year
cured fimr cases of CANCER by the ue of the Magnetic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in ccaily every
disease for tt hich it is recomnionded, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies over of
fered to the public. Respectfullv Yours.
UUltTO ilUUBiiLiIj, ai. u.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this citv. There are quite a nnmberof iudi
viduals who ascribe tfieir restoration to health to the use ot
this extraordinary Ointment
Tor sale by H. G. SCOVEL,
BERRY &. DEM0VILLE,
mayC CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTROXG.
IP A A STOUT
COACH M A NUF ACTTJREK,
Xo. 5 Clauk Steect, Xasutillk, Texs.,
Kelt door to JL S. Freitch's Grocery Warehouse, and op
jtosite Morris k Stration's
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness rcSCKya
to suit All work sold br me Is made at WB--the
Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold 011 as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work
made Xorth or East
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. AH orders promptly attended to. maris.
I HAVE this day associated witbme in the Saddling Bu
siness my son, A. C. MARC1L Tlie business, iu future!
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March A. Son. All
jiersons indebted to me, by note or account, will pleasecomc
up and make pavment L D. MARCH.
27" Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
jan2 J. D. MARCH A SOX.
SITUATION WANTED. A lady of long experience
and superior qualifications to instruct on the PIANO
F0RTErdesires a sitnation in a public Seminary or private
family, The best of reference given. Address box 144, Nash
ville P. O. july3-4w tw.
i tous .luecnous. Liver tJomn aints. nrsramsini Pl.;na
. Great bargains may be ; Cancers. Ulcers. ScrofTulous. llnontiiR nV ,nfrj
TttoJJP? T0 WESTEBN TRAVELLERS.
UKOUUH or Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
, adelphia to Pittsburg. 1l, Massillon, Wooster, Cleve
land, Toledp, Columbus, Cindnnati,lndiaiiapolis, Lafayette,
7 e, ,f',ChicaR andMilkaukie. Through bvKailroad
from Phj .adeiDhij to Cincinnati in S7 hours. '
rwt V,'?110" quickest route from the Atlantic Cities lo the
urea, west. Fassemrers will fiml tM IK mnct Tut
XnirnVrh.rL w f; Tf l')"81""? Monday ; Alle
- h ' . ' TV, F 'A-iK60urg xue-
r,S,l.Hit;,ta p' p, ,.l-ountj? UaTesFnuburgWed-
S ir "if . H, i r?"? ,?a.re3 P'"bnrgb.ui.
til Jr'Tlr1?1?.- '?TP'sburg Fri
SZ:iZlKL., ,T, 1""ue"er V"re?.,1s-
; "";sr,"',iuSluSu"'t"ei acKeia
nT; tf"3 10 ClUCmnati' Loui3riIIe. 3; St.
Fare through by Railroadfrom Philadelphia to Kttsburg.
89 50- MassiUon, $10; Cleveland, $10;MimstieldandCrest:
ime, hii; uoiumbns. Sia 05: Toledo. S13: Cincinnati, tfvia
Crestline.) 815; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern B.TL)
18 2.i. To ChicamL V-intwHn K'nu.. TH Pnrino m;t.
Central Railroad, 18.
The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, X. E.
Coniear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingliam Jfc Dock, Agents of the State
and Columbia Railroad Lines..
The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. JL
Through to Cincinnati in 37 hours.
The night Mail Train at 10& P. M. Through to Cincin
nati In 46 hours, including ono night's comfortable rest at
. fue aMve lines pass ttirongu and stop at Lancaster Har
lue above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster. Uar-
T. fi..:.ri rtiiirj i
lAUTitr. in case oi loss, me uompany will hold themsel
ves responsible for personal baggage only, and for an amount
not exceeomg 1U0. THO.S. MUOKE, Agent
juue4tf. Pennavlvnni.iRiilni.nl Ht
The Columbia Railmud Linn for iLirrisrinifr Tin f!nlnm.
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station
ai iyit cm.
rp HIS road now complete, it opens a cnmiauulcatlon bo-
iween rmsonrz ana rtiuacieipnla.ori'mjuunr and Ball!
more, aj wnicn rrelgat from the west can reach an eastern
market quicker and cheaDer than bv auvof the nrti .nt rival
outes: thoy connect with the daily packets at Pittsburg,
from St Louii.LouisTillo. Cincinnati. Vln.i;l!n. in,! nil th
uuierem points on me western waters. Also with the Cleve
land and Pittsburg Kali Koa.l, aad Ohio aud Pennaylvanla
Rail Kod at Pittsburg. Cars run through between Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia withouttr&nshipmeut of freight, an advan-
wso-'uai cau uti appreciatea oy an snippers.
In CSBO of obstruction cf navi-atlon hv tcA nr n-er vntpp
diuo wvaiwaiu can ue iorwaruda irout ruuuar to tia
ciuu&u, or towns in the interior by Kaiiroad.
K.VXIdS tlir- JrllKItJIfE'
Between Pittsburg aud Phlladelphiaor Raltmore.
First CIus. Winter Summer,
Dry Goods, Books and Stationary Boots, j er 10O lbs.
Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Furs and Pel
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, &c. ' )
Brown Sheetinsr & Shlrtimr in Kales. 1
Drues. Glass u are. Groceries. eieri.t Cr.f. ! M rtm mill
aee, Hardware. Hollow ware. NacLinery, f
Oilcloth, Wool, &c. J
Butter.in Firkins & Ke?s. Candles. CnL.1
ton, in winter, Qneeiuarare, Tallow, i 75 eta.
Tobacco, in leaf or ilanufacUred, Est-
t onrin tjiu.su. -n.Ain
r.itt.. r i. ........ i i .
and Lard Oil, (thronzbl Pork In full car. V ss eU.
luaus ab uTlie rikk.. I
(ico, C, Franelscxis,
FreigAt Jlrtnt, Pittsburg.
E. J. Sneeder,
Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
Freight jigenls, Baltimore
J". li. Klliatt.
Freight Agent, JV. 7 1F sf.,.Y. T.
II. II. Houston,
On. Freight 4en, Philadelphia.
march 16, 18K3 ly
HAKDWAEE AND CUTLERY.
FAI.L & CUNNINGHAM,
Xq. 47, CciXLCt Struct, Xashville, Tesn.
AJtE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
. andCUTEERi for the Spring Trade, and in calling
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and Xortli Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ol any Houe in any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be fouud that
self-interest should prompt all dealers in this seolion of the
country to encourage a home mark et.
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiliny Xashville to their assortment of Tools,
Farming Implements, Aca large stock of which theyalway3
keep on haad.
Feathers, Ginseng and Seesmr. Men at the hisrhest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
r eu. zt, isaa.
J. II. Burrows Patent Plantation
THIS Mill differs Aram ail others In the construe Hon of
the upper or Kunnlnjr Stone, which is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed In a cast iron Case, vhlch
forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Eve, or
Bush, than is ofzreater external diameter at the bottom that
at the top, which is secured tothe back by fourbolts, so that
every block is In the form of a dove tail, which eivea greater
strength to a Sione than any other method which Is required
in email mill., where the stone is ran with great speed, and
becomesdangerous If not strongly made. It also gives any
welsht to a stone of small diameter that U required without
having millet or high, that makes it tophoavy.
This mill Is a square frame made of wood or cast iron, la
the form ofa busi,with Bridge-tree, Spindle Balaoce, King
Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grinds ui ou the same
principle as a larie mill, differing only in the Runner Stone;
this being of great weight enables it to grind nearer the cen
tcragreaterquantity ofi-rain with Io.a power than any other
uilluowin use. This mill Is portable, and may be attached
to steam, wuter, horsa or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Erench BarrMHI Stones, manufactured
1 oi the same principle.
Josnph II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, is the Inventor, for
i which he'obtalned Letters Patent in 1842. For alitnrringe
meets the purchaser will be held responsible forthe right
I of using.
These Mill! dorjot require a JtiUright to sattliemup; and
, all that is necessary to pat them iu operation, ia to attach a
j hand to the pulley on the spiudle, with a drum eudicienlly
large to run a twenty-iour iuca .nut .in revolutions rer
minute, attached to Gin, Steam, orWater Power. By the
steady application Cif two horsa power the Millwillgrind s.x
to 8 bushels per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat
a; well as corn. The thirty inch mill, If put to its fullest
speed, win griudfrom ten to fifteen busboU per hour.
These mills aro warranted to be iu overy respect as recom
mended. Directions roa Unso. Place your mill about CO feet from
the Driving Pulley in a level position; make the belt of
leather six or eight inches wide. Give the StoneiHll revolu
tions a minute with tho nun. Keep the neck and step of
the spiudle well oiled. Place the star on the back of the
Running Mone, in tha same way as the Cross on the Driver,
that is,tbo way thoy are trl aimed to run.
Kcfer toThos. Patterson, lisq., of Highland county, Ohio,
Jesse Beal, Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ordersdlrectedto JOHN E. BOUMAN,
No. 53 Broadway, Xashville, Agont for Middleand East
Tennessee, or J. II. BUKKOWS,
jan 2C d. tr-w. & w. ly. "West Front at.Cin.O,
IJirOllTANT TO IRON JIANUFACTir.
ItEItS JAMES REXTOX, of Xewark, Xew Jersey,
has discovered a process for manufacturing wrought iron
directly from the ore, with wood or minerafcoal, styled by
him an ore-welding furnace, (an improvement in the manu
facture of iron long sought after, but uever Successfully at
tained until Mr. Reuton s discover',) and which produces at
a single heat the best quantity of Clooms, at a less cost than
pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent have been
granted him for his discovery.andweare the appoiatedagenta
for the sale of rights, and its introduction throughout the
Wost; and as the present high price of iron isinduciugmany
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without being aware
of the great advantages this new and valuable inven
tion has over any other Known mode, we think it but subser
ving their interest to thus early impress uon them the im
portance of an examination of the merit ot this late inven
tion before embarking iu any other made for making" iron,
assuring them of its entire success and practicability, as de-
iiiuustraieu oy lue lurnaces now in succcssiui operation atie
It is not' our purpose in this advertisement to speak par
ticularly of the almost iucalculablcadvantages this process
possesses over all other modes for making Iron; (as this is
contained in our circular, which we will be pleased to mail
to the addressof any one interested in the matter,) but to
call the attention of those about investing in the manufac
hire of Iron, and respectfully invite an examination of the
furnace we are erecting in this city, and which will be in
operation by the 5th June next, or to the furnaces of the
American Iron Company in Xewark, Xew Jersey, now op
erating with complet success. W. C. DAVlS A CO.
Cincinnati, Juna 1 8w.
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Office on Cedar street, ocer the Mutual Protection. Offices?)
(ADSTUACT OP AXNDAL STATEMENTS TO MAY 1ST. 1853.)
Assets, May 1st, 1852 J209.016 5t
Premiums 'for the yearending, May 1st '52
luterest on 1-oans, sc.
Guarantee Stock, additional to above.'....
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, Ac.,
to May 1st 87,864 66
Capital May 1st, 1853 $358,318 70
The rapidly accumulating Capital of this Company is the
best guarantee of its entire reliabilitv. Risks taken on th
most moderate terms, and losses adjusted aud met here.
JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent
Nashville, Mya23, 1853-AI
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TiTTCrtTrT a MiATTn I tna-isr . . I ' ""' '' '' i .--mi
. luute in ri. I in
Tilla.1Tl d. I V Xi ""WUCiniUII flIOIiOUui-
I IV,latia1S,iLou,-',.v'aPennsyvania Railroad, aa s the ,
clntMfvRif .''Piburplmcltevta e! '
CaptM W BelUhoover, leaves PittsburxSuhdav : K'evstnn- 1
IDfO . - .J J1J 11 I' mm in a bmiuk
.Ua sjeilr niMl iotaUibla remnlv for lil VUKIIKA.
EliV. BLOODV FLUX. CHM.Kh ' i -ViAS2
V w" : .wnc ituoiera.
-It never fails lo cure the worst possible cases of bowel
compluinu in a few hours. II is purely vegetable, and taken
iu almjst any quantity iperfectly liamtess.
MiitriineJies in use for Diarrlieaocknpthepcresof the.
intestinal canal and only for a time alleviate the disease by
preventing the expulsion of the acrid fluid, which will al
most invariably pour forth again, with increased violence,
though nature sometimes overcomes the evil, while tlie mn
dv alone bears oT the praise. Xot so witli the Dvsentprv.
Syrup. Its ingredientare the natural antidotes to these com-
piaints. it ctLtnges the nature oi me nums, and causes their
exption ina natural maimer. It does not leave them toin-
Ila.ne the surface of the stomach and bowels, but attacking
thecause, it neulraiires- them, and thedkeJseimndiately
i of;aes. The ojration of the Syrup is threefold. It ini-
, meuiaieiy reaches the seat of the diseaseund arrests iu
course; it instantly soothes p' 7a TreXS tlet to
Jn.Tnes are gueS K. fuSne? violent bv
tralization ot their aenfeontents Ld MW.SlfS
t sumes it natural IimIH.v fimM;,mi, J "
THIS MEDICIXE XEVEIC FAILS. A comnlet m
is wnrninto.l Vrl.mlr. c.r Jtl . ... mTapM cure
iunei&. ALEX- JIACKJ2NZIE An.
A Clergyman of Xashville informed me W ? .!
Cholera was threatened, that in one irm-lr t.. - ...
cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few bottles of
this Dysentery Syrup. a m
DOCT0S YOURSELF! THE POCKET ESCULA-ottts-
OR, EVERT ONE HIS O WX PHi'SICIAX.
THE Fortieth Edition, with Oce
Hundred Engravings showing
i rit. r if? - ai ...
isiscases ami jiauormaiioDS oi me
Humau System iu every shape and
form. To which is added a Treatise
on the Diseases of Females, being of
imc uigucat importance w iameu
people, or those contemplating mar
riage. Dy WILLIAM YOUXG.3I.D.
Let no father be aslianied to pre
sent a copy of the CULAPIUS
to his child. It may save him from
an early grave Let no young man
or woman enter into tha secret ohli-
J?'vn1r0f,,n,rnage Ufe wJthout reading the POCKET
-LSCULAPIUb. iMt no one sufferi'mr Irren a liacfcnit
Cough, 1 am m the Side, rjstless nighty nervous ferlings
be marnetl, any impediment, read this truly useful book, as
it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate
creaturis from the ery jaws of death.
W. Any person sending TWEXTV-FIVE CEXTS cn-
yu.eu ma leiier, win receive ouecopvot this work bv niaiL
v. u.v wts ntit utj sizuh lor uuc jouar.
Address, (post-paid,) DIt WM. Y'OUXG.
marchlG ly Jw. 152 Sprvce St. J'AiladelAh.
Tn r-.F. R' K-' llAIN KILLER.
O KILL PAIN we must p-tralvse the nerves, or in other
Words produce a palsy oi the part to which the paia
tUUr is applied.
Faiit is an imnatura Jscnsation, arising from an jruury
crdisea! which, Ling transmitted along the nerves to
the brain, gitesan uneasy peixeption to the mind.
Remedies recommended to KiixPaix, or Pace Killiis,
are either pi oducers ol Paralysis, or they are not what tbey
are recommended for. if tho sutlerer of pain is to under-u
a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or
if the pat t of tlie body suffering the tortures of pain, isto
suffer au at ack of paralysis, we think the the remedy must
be worse than the disease. And. if
then the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and the
senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also.
11, ou uie otner nana, it is not a "pain tiller "it is a mis
nomer, and not what its advertisement claims forit
lladtvay's ltendy llelicf does, not Kiu. pain, but
it subdues its paruxyisms and relieves the sufferer from all
painful and uneasy sensations. Rad way's Ready Relief ia
quick in its action it instantly relieves, and immediatelv
attersets about removing the cause ofthe pain, it svvtht't
and cures, it relieves and removes the troubling cause, aad
hence the joy it infuses.
It. It. It. -.Its Two Actions. The primary action
of Bad way's Ready Rcliefis, to allay the effects of anypain
ful causes that the human system may be visited with.
Its secondary action is, to remove the cause itself; this it
will immediately accomplish, for it is so rmn-erful in nrfinn
so quick and eflectual, that tlie moment it is applied or taken
the painful paroxyisms are relieved, and the mwmnd rrts
made whole, strong, healthy and vigorous.
j.xiuruui rams-liueiunuiisin. Kadway'a Ready
Relief applied externally to the Darts where tlie liain 14 fiIt
will instantly allar the Daroxvisms. scatter the hil. or tht
congested deposits, which cave the pain, and, in a few ino
msntsthe sufferer will be quite easy. If the attack is re
cent a few applications will cure it.
II Chronic, Radway's Renovating Resolvent, used in
connection with the Ready Relief, is ctitain to cure Rheu
matism in its most aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Sci ttic nervous, muscular or inflamatory (for wonderful
cases of Rheumatism, cared by R. R. It. Remedies, see
iiauway a iamiry menu lor the montti ot March, 1853 a
copy will be sent to all who wish it, free of charge, by ail
dressing Radway it Co., Xtw Y"ork City.l
Pains around tlie Liver, Kidneys and Heart are relieved,
and the unnatural irritations iustantlv subdued bv a simr.le
application of R. R. Relief.
Siek llead Ache R. R. R. will in all cases cure this
distressing complaint Its ant acid properties when taken
into the stomach, will neutralize the acid, and make the
stomach cleau, and the breath sweet.
Its counter-irritant efficacy, will produce a reaction when
applied to tlie head, and invigoiate and enliven, and refresh
Internal I'uins. Diarrhea. Dvsenterv. Cholera or
The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the srstem
while it is under the influence of these maladies, wilt in a
moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relieving efficacy of
the It li. Relief. It allavs Irritation, it arrests snasmodic
action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that causes these
painful and weakening discharges: it enlivens and invi'ror-
ates with warmth and strengtu the cold, cramped, and
shrivelled limbs and ioints. aod restores each member and
organ ofthe body to a healthful and vigorous condition.
( Radway 's Rea'dy Relief, and each of tho R. It R. Reme
dies, are-made from the active properties of medicines.
Xothing inert or inactive enters their composition, so that
the system is not clousred with worthless and inert matter.
In conclusion we would remind the reader that Sadwar's I
T 1 ! ..!" . f 1 : ... r r . .1-11 ' .
rveauj i-oiiei, reuetcs uie suuerenruiu jjaiu noi Kllis,j and
cures or removes all unnatural cause3 of Rheumatic, Xeural
gic and Xervous.or painful character.
Radway's ltegulators, prepared from the active principle
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants aud Gums, will reg
ulate and keep in a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of the body. They will
cure costivness, iudigestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all billions complaiuts and levers.
The ladies wilt find Radway's Regulators the very best reg
ulator of the system, in assisting tardy nature in the dis
charge of her monthly duties. Xo griping pains or sickness
at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to all who
take them a pleasant and easy discharge of the offals of the
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, is a powerful rcsolverof
all diseased deposits that have been lying in the system for
vears. A purityer of the blood and a renovator of the whole
tor further information of the wonderful pain-releaving
and curative powers of the It R. Remedies, the public ate
referred to ourmoathly publications, cr Guide tohealth,co-
iiies of which cau be had gratis by addressing us at our K.
t R. otiice, 162 Fulton street New York.
RADWAY A CO., 162 Fulton St. X. Y.
R. R. R., for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZlMMERJlAX,
Wholesale Agent for Tenncessce.
MAX DFI ELDS A CO, Memphis.
UDDGI.V, WELLS JOHXSOX,
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
WE take pleasure in announcing to our numerous friends
and patrons, that we are now readr to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of tlie beneiitof our
place. Extensive prepuratious have been uiade fur the com
fort both ofthe invalid und the man of pleasuie. It were
needless for us to attempt to set forth tlie value of our place,
in a medicinal point of view. Many, aHlicted with various
diseases, have visited us, and after a few Wyeks srjouru,
have gone away either entirely cured or greatly relieved
particularly such as have beeu atllicted with Scrofula, di
seases of the' Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di
gestive System iu general. Of these facts, there is an abun
dance ot proof, and many who have certified to them, and the
same have goue forth to the alllicled people. And e have
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound and well, with us, to be seeu as testimony to our dec
laration; one of whicli was almost a hopeless case.
We arc in Macon comity, Middle Tennessee, Vt miles east
of Lafayette, our county seat, C or 70 miles from Xashville,
45 miles turnpike, and the balauce high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson connty, Hart3vil!e, Carthage, Gainsboro',
Tonikiusville, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac.
SAM. E. HARE, 1
J. A TAYLOR, V Proprietors.
mayl2 trw3m S.B. PEYTON. Y
DISSOLUTION -The Firm of SNOW, MACKEN
ZIE A CO., being dissolved by the death of Anthony
J. Snow, all persons having claims against the late Firm,
will please present them lor settlemvnt, and all indebted
are requested to make immediate payment
junelS, 1853. Surviving partner.
"VTEW FIItM In compliance with the will of the
IN late A. J. Snow, a Coiiartuership has beeu formed by
MRS. CATHERINE SXOW A ALEXANDER MACKEN
ZIE, who will continue Uie Stove aud Tin-Ware busi
ness, at the old stand under the same style as the oldbnn,
Xashville, June 12, 1853. ALEX. MACKENZIE.
.VALUABLE PE0PKRTY I0R SALE.
X WISH to sell my tract of laud situated mJones Ind
1 Davidson county, 25 miles above Aashnlle by the river,,
hi miles from it byland. The land lies about a mde from
the Gallatin turnpie on the opposite de of the nver The
tnct contains 373 acre?, 160 cleared, the rest well timbered
ITofthe land river brittom. The place is weU improved,
brick dwelling house with 8 large rooms, passages, portico
and eallery, brick smoke house, carriage house, carnage
bouses barn, cribs, housa built for a gm, overseer's house.
Stock'waterin abundance and as good a spring as can be
foundin the State aud s orchard of young fruit trees.
Tha land is unexceptionable; adapted to cotton, om, and
all other grain. S. W. GOODRICH,
mav 21 m w . or W. E. GOODRICH.
-VTOTICE. The Stockholders of the Nashville and
Jj( Northwestern Riilroad Company are requested to meet
at Xashville on the 10th day of August, 1853, for the pur
pose of electing Board of Directors: a sufficiency of stock
Dating been obtained to organize
SINGULAR OSEAOTiaiGHLYlXFLAMED g,
Jlanfand from. their inexcusable and lamentable Inert
tone, to the most nervous aud intense excitement ocnm
the eyes of the human famflr to -penm?
i.r.i. . A JI0MEXTDU5 SUBJECT.
lZ T"JJrdet interests, nad rUiv
THE GUMPSE3 OP THE FUTURE
tnU Tm dtacIng ? -'tonished Tenses of ua
Wd multitudes tbeA'ow Oferand.br which. inthvidmS.
through the workings of that most beautiml system, gene
rously given to the world by the untiring eueigics, una rest
less philantiiropy of those well known benefactors of the hu
The Truly Fortunate and Far-famed
Lottery Agents and Brokers,
PYFEK & CO.
Xo. 1 Li car Stoext, Baltiuore, Mabilucd.
neaa me wholesale benents bestowl Lut uiootb.
s,!!! 1 !JaRfvT9orr?iPon(lentia Alabama.
12.wo sold tn Vv," , &'
It, 'XX . V Flfter in Mississippi.
7,000 sent to a Lady in Virginia.
80 00rth, i xfM i-Po-dentiu South Carolina,
fc-U.000 sold to a Merchant in Baltimore.
f m0rHt8ent.m WboIe to CIul !l Penru
512,000 sent toSavitSnah, Geor3a.
xor "inani rnxes, u ways mail your orders,
m PYFl-R & C-. AO- 1 LiyMstreet, iifcW
Si The most successful nuthl ir. a. . r- ,7 .
"AosuehwordasFair at Pyftr & Cd
tSf Forward your orders without delay I
Spletidid Schemes for Aug., 1833.
rSfihe Certificate Prices of nacksM of im.irfitt. l:.V.l
only, are given below.
Jiabf I'riceot Pnceof
Ballots. Tickets. Padtarrea-
To -Nos. 13 drawn S(i 2S 00
3 16,312 78 Xos. 12 drawn S 19 00
8 55,000 75 Xos. 11 drawn lo 85 PQ
4 20,000 78 Xos. 13 drawn 5 13 CO
5 2n,oot) 73 Xos. 15 drawn C 17 OO
6 5 of 0,00i) 75 No. 12 drawn 10 35 CO
8 10,000 78 Xos. 16 drawn i 9 OO
0 20.000 75 Xos. 13.!n.w. r. iam
10 S5.C00 7S Xos. Iff drawn lo o 00
11 20,000 75 X03. 15 drawn 5 15 0O
l'J 15.000 75 Xos. 14 drawn i lit n
13 50,000 78 Xos. 12 drawn L. M 00
13 10.000 7iXos. 13 drawn It flo
16 20,000 7SXo. 14 drawn ; 13 OO
17 30.000 75 Xos. 15drawn tn at rxt
IS 13,000 7S Xos. 13 drawn 5 18 OO
19 25,000 75 Xos. 12 drawn :. IS OO
20 4c,0y0 78 Xos. lSdrawn li 45 W
22 !,000 75 Xos. lSdrawc . Jt IXI
23 1?,C56 73 Xos. 12 drawn . la 00
24 33.000 75 Xos. 13 drawn lo SJS rw
25,000 78 Xos. 13 drawn i IU PO
26 13,500 78 Xos. 12 drawn 4 15 00
T AO rutA r. ti a .
23 28.000 78 Xos. lBdrawnr 9t o..
30 20,000 75 W 12 drawn 13 OO
31 SO.'JCO TaNoa. lOrlninn V mm
ESTDrawings forwarded to Correspondents by tha first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
"Correspondents will please order a. few davs before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per oentage in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances wfdrawino-four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby securei
eadvi3ethepiircnasef Packages of Tickets ii everr in
stance. JgTBank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those CorrespondeaU
who draw prizes at PkFER A CD'S.
STKemember A Package oflTiCKErs, can difwroca
ofthe mnst splendid prizes in a scheme.
3?In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly afier the result is known, the readers or this ppvr hav
only to remit cah Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly fijrtunate Exchaagehiid Lottery
Bl?Hc' l"l 't"K A CO..
inlySO lm Ujghutrect, Dalti- .cic. Md.
MYERS & JIcQLXX.
DEALERS Cf EVECr DESCH11TI0S OP
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and FaasT Gscds.
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen, Musli.i with Lin
en Bosoms, Gingham, and French Chintr, SLih1'D and
ijruu vKiiiars, unaerwear, Jlenno, Misted .-"Ik, Cash
mere, Vigonia Cotton and Canton Fhaiiiei, i- ladies
and gentlemen. Gents Cloth Gatters, Gh,ve?, fvid and
Silt, Ruck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois Wa'U Norma,
CuU" Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen'. Gaui.ih .s, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs Stocks, Tie3, WaterM. Albert,
De JoiuviUe's, plain, Emb'd and settailjiHtii., Cravats
Scarfs, lllack and White Satin Ties, SlHHilder Lrai es, Sa
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Sight Caps, Od tck Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Mousy, Kiu.ng and
Strengthening Belts, Robe d Chambre. i'mbreUas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Hole Leather, Valises.
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Boxes, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, WritiE -Desks
Cigar Cxses, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Rarois and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Omn lioods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cullcrv, Ac, and
a Large assortment of other articles, utnallv kept by For.
?3f Wehavemadearrangementswith onr friends at th
Xortli to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in I ess than tea d&vs
from the Xew York Custom House. '
... ilYERS & McGlUVa.
Fumislung Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Xashville. octll
IWlSn to sell the Farm on which 1 now reside. 3 miles
from Xashville, on the middle Franklin Turnpike, aad
containing 100 acres, about equally divided into timber and
cleared land. There is everything on it to render it desira
ble as a country residence, such as a great varietv of fruit,
an abundance of spring and well waier. grass, Ac If de
sired if will be divided into small portions.
For terms, Ac, apply to Jobs Kikiuiax or to R. W.
Baowx, Genl Agent, Xo. 63 Cherrv street, orto
jnne30 dAwtt. y. j). GALE.
UNITED STATES HAH LINE.
THROUGH IX FIFTY TO FlFTY-FIVt, HOURS.
L . New York and Charleston Steam Packets.
LA Ea Adgcrs Wharves every Saturday iy-P.
atlernoon and each alternate Wedr.esday.cJrrS!
On Saturday. Jew. -tdepr. l..ajv tons. jfefebaiaV
J. Dickinson, Commander Jiarlon, l.iiv tous, HI Berry
The Southerner, W. Foster, Commander, will leava
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in complete order.
For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Accom
modation, apply at the otiice of the Agent,
CornerEast Bay and Adgcr's Sou. Wharves.
Cahhin passjge 125. Steerage t-s.
X. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
wi th the Southerner on Wednesdays. febl7 trw
OPAltTNEItSUIl' lISSOI.L'TIONT-Tne Co.
partnership heretofore existing under the firm ofSoirx.
HtuaiAX A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent
mayiS x x A FRANK & CO.
GOPAKTNEItSHIP NOTICE. The undersigned
have this day formed a Copartnership, nnder the firm
of Son.v A UiuaiAX, and will continue the Drr Goods Bust
ness at the store heretofore occupied hvSohn, Ilillmsn A Co.
may23 tn LEOX HILLMAX.
IQUOItS. 100 bbls Tennessee D V Whisky;
50 " Via Jloraragaliela do;
50 " Old Bourbon do;
50 " Old Rye Jf.
50 " Old Reserve do;
10 pipes Old Cognac Brandy;
2 " Holland Gin;
10 bbls Old MuderiaWr;
20 Indian bbls Sweet "Wine;
100 bbls A. M. Brandy:
SO Xew tngtana ruirn;
20 " Sweet nine.
10 " Old Pbrttvuw:
'20 boxes Brandy Cherries;
1 - Claret Wac
10 " Assorteil OwrdiaN;
15 eallons Old French Brandy;
dleWby U, LANIER
In store and for sale
O UNUHIES. HWOOueswM.a-JlJ "
.... , . i r v.:i.
H 1000 bbls So lean; zu '' "".
art rim Painted Bucket"; 5 bbls Brimstone;
JO nests of Tnbs; , " Alum;
0 half bushel measures; 100 Plows;
5000 lbs bar Lead; 20 bbls No 3 Mackerel;
"00 bags Shot, assort ed; 50 kits Xo 1 and 2 do;
100 assorted Demijohns; 20 bbls h S Almondi-.
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;'. 01 " Large Pecar.i;
50 iloz Bedcords and Lines; 50 boxes Figs;
50 bags Race Ginger; S00 " Tobarco, assorted;
23 bags Pepper; 3 tierces Frsh Bice;
50 boxes Dried Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; 50 boxe Fresh Teas;
1" boxes Stoughton's Bitters;10 " Crome's best indigo.
20 " B Wlieat Flour, ext;
Together with many other articles; which will be sold
low, by decl4 L. H. LANIER, Market sL
ACAItD. I beg leave to inform myfnecds aad pat
rons that I have removed to the store on the corner of
Ceder and Cherry streets, from my old stand next dwr
Also to inform them, that I have on hand a choice lot or Ct
gars, Snuffs, Tobaccos, and I'ipes ; those in want of good ar
ticles, would da well tocallral keep a ToyccosrsThroafc
Little Indian, corner Cherry and Cedar sts.
a DIES' FINE OAITEItS, SLH'PJIIlii, &c
Strp. Satin Franaise Gaiters, tip'd roxed, plain toes.
- Embroidered Bronze J Kid Slippers;
" Black do;
Gents' Elegant Patent Leather Boots;
Superior French "Calf Dress do;
" " " peg do;
" Fixist Cloth Cosghess Gaiters;
Just received by " BAMAGE A CHURCH,
jna29 No. 42 College t
.... J ' ww otCM VI Uit -7 UU '
"YXTH K It E may be found at all tusesa. large
ment of Winchester's. DutU A Wi