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NASHTILLE, XEKN: WEDNESDAY,; AUGUST IT, 1853.
A N I)
-OMON AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK; STREET.
.. THE.WjEEELY BNIONANDAMEIUCAN Is furnished
to, subscribers at ibe following rates:-Single-copies, one
year in advance, J2 50; within the year $3 00; at theend.
xf tha year A OX Clixs Of five-aud upwards 12 00
per copy for cne;year. Clubs of subscribers will be re-
. ...,cciTed fornix nwjUis at thforegoing rtear
-The TRI-WEEKLY is published erery Tuesday, Thursday
- and Saturday, at $5 per annum in adrancerif not paid in
. adnir.ee, -- s -'
DAILY is published at EightiDollars. "
t-THE MOSEY IK ALL C-sES 'TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances of suEscriptiona maybe made by mail at our
- piper will be sent out of Ihe State unless the order is ac?
KASHVZLLE COURSE. .
TUIE Fall Meeting 'oTer the Nashville Course will com
mence oa MONDAY the SliJtn .September, 185S,.and
ctrntinne'throueh theveeV. J ' '
Fust J)ay, Monday 2 Sweenslakes foruntriedSy olds;
8100 entrance, ?50 forfeit milcheats.
Jo Averson enters-Baily rey ton's ch c, Jty Wagner, dam
WO Harding enters ch f, by Ambassador out of Kate
Wilcv Taylor enters ch c, Wcllirgtoii, by Wagoner, dam
by Stockhoi'dcr. Also, g c, Raging Tad, by Sovereign, dam
by Lcviathan... ... J
Second Day, 7VAjy 27 Sweepstakes for 8 year oWr,
.$200 entrance, $40forfeit-;twb mile heals.
G B Williams esters cfi f, by Wagner, out of .Eudora by .
Jo Avcrson enters ch f, Frank Tierce, by Sovereign dam
S II Bugg enters chf, Lady Green, by Belshazzar, dam by
Third Pay, TTZdncsMy 2S Sweepstake fora yearolds,
$100 entrance. $50 forfeit, mile out.
W W Woodfolk enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock-holder.-
W G Hardingomters ch f, by Shamrock out of Gamma.
1 Fowler enters gc'Little Arthur, by Glencoe out of Bice
Bonnet, by Imported Hedford.
Jo Aversou.enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara How
ard. Also, b c, by Sovereign; dam by Leviathan. .
Foitrttt Day, Thyrsday -iS Jockey Club Purse) $100
Fifth Day, Friday T,0 Jockey Club Purse, 200 two
Sixth Dag, Saturday October 1 Proprietor's Purse, 130
mile heats best three in five. T ALDKRSON,
WALNUT JOCKEY1 CI.UU
THE FALL MEETING over tliis Course will commence
on Monday, the 3d day of October, 1S3S, and continue
throughout the week,"viz :
Fiicst Iai Moxdat Sweepstake for Two rear olds.
The dash of a mile- ?10t) eutr,$i0 forfeit Closed with
Gen. Wr W. Woodfolk ent b.c by Sovereign, out of the
'dam of Compnimise, by Stockholder.
Gen. W. G. Harding ent ch. by Shamrock, dam Gam
ma by Pacific
Jo. Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara
Howard by imp Barefot
Also ent brc by Sovereign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp.
Sccoxo DatTcssdat Sweepstakes for three year (Ids,
mile heats, $150 entrance, $50 forfeit Closed with three
.Jo Averson enters Baiie Peyton's ch. C by Wagner, dam
Cbra br Eclipse.
. Gen"VG Harding enters b. f. by.Ep3ilon, damBeta,by
Also, ch. by Ambassador, dam Kate King, by Imp.
Teikd Dat Wsosesoat. Association Parse &250
two mile heats
Fourth Dat Tuccsoat. Association Purse $150
Fins Dat FniDtr. Sweepstake for three .year olds,
two mile heats, $200 entrance, $50 forfeit Closed with
Gen W O Harding enters b. c. by Epsilon, dam Nanny
G B Williams enters ch. by Wagner, dam Eudora, by
Jo Averson enters b. c Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam
by Imp. Leviathan.
S H Bugg enters ch- Lady Greene, by Belshazzar, dam by
Wiley Tavlor enters ch. c Wellington, by Wagner, dam
Sixth DAT-SATCEnAY. Association Prsrsc 8103
four mile heats. E. K. GLASCOCK,
jflauuey's Keaper and
"l" REFER the Farmers to the statements beloTT, made by
i Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradler. I bare seen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility. As
the season is advancing, I now offer those I have on bind for
200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
june29, 1S53. Nashvilie, Tenn.
KAsnmiG, June 2', 1853.
Col. L. P. CatATHAa: Pear Sir: I have been using
the "Reaping and Mowing Machine paten'entea by Jinnney
of Illinois, which yoa are nowoflering to the citizens of Ten-
r.essee. His a fiestratg labob savco Machwe. It works )
:.-ATLTand rapidlt. The amount cat per day will depend ,
principally upon the speed of the team. If the team can !
ravel fur miles per hour, it will Heap or Mow, fifteen acres ,
a leu itinira. 11 13 enuueu u uie wuuucuw vi i.uu.tw
. I. L.K. Bradlev. now manneinar the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make the following statement: We have had for more than j
onewejk,one of Col. Ch&athtms mowing and reaping
machines, we havetricd it in clover aod grain blown and tan
gled, aud I now stale that it mows and cuts cleaner than the
syihe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands, and it cau reap at least tweuty-four acres per da.-.
juneSMAw. L. F. URADLKY.
WESTERN UILTTARx' INSTITUTE
DrmmoH Springs, Henry county, XT;.
Tlie. first term of the heventh annual session of this )
College commences theffconj Mand.ittnSfp1tni- M
Ur, lS5S,audthcsecond termonlhertJiJifii W
The Faculty consists of ninecxpenenced professors. T lie
number of caiets iu attendance last session was 227, of
wlioma.l were from Tennessee. 1 lie course 01 siuiiiese-n.
brauii the Scientific course of the U. S. Military Academy l
and thorough instrudious in History, English Literature,
''and the Greek and Latin LanguagfS. Students are admit- ;
. . . . r 1 .. 1 : f:..:i 1.- : r.ian. 1
,vl tn a !(ct course, includtoir Civil Enirinecrinir. Modem
Languages, Book Keeping, with Commercial practice and
other branches ut tlietroptirii.
The Military feature is not introduced merely to4itfuc
Military knowledge, but to promote discipline, health and
physical development , .
Charges for tuition, lyvtrding.rooni'.fuel, lights, washing,
servant.' attendance, and use f furniture and arms $W
tier term. Surgeon's fee ?3 per term. For further infor
mation address AO. Smith, Esq., Louisville, Ky., Smith .t
Johnson, 67 Magazine street, New Orleans, or B. R. John-
son, Superintendent july28 ldmAv4
" ViwT-pcvfwnvwfl riWTf.Tl'REWS PANACEA.
MOST strange and irreconcilible fact mcel3 us at the
XA very threshold of our remarks oa this valuable medi
cine. It'is this: that no medical preparation adapted to
the various diseases of children and youth, has ever been
offered to the public, while at the same time it is established
by the most accurate table ofmortalittjliat one-half 'tht 7
nuinfumUg dielffort rt-uhing the Qj&fjii wars'.
We should suppose that to this great class of human suf
ferersthis one-talfof 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 which mothers and nurses m'ght resort under
the constantly recurring necessities which present them
wlves in this connection. The world is literally crowded
with medicines for odnltt, but towards the f.uffetings t.f chil
dren no one has seemed to turn proper attention. No one
has regarded their condition. No one has seemed to think
it possible that the ravages of disease and death ainoug them
might be stayed. It is true that there are numerous Ver
mifuges and Cordials of some value, hut none of th e is
confined exclusively to one or two forms of disease. The
Gracfcn berg Children's Panacea is the only medicine extent
in cither hemisphere th-t Is at all worthy of being called a
Children's Medicine or that supplies the great want allu
ded to. , .
It is invaluable and unsurpassed in cases of infantile j.iun
dice Tipingand flatulency, diarrhoea, cutaneous eruption,
the thrash, teething, falling of the fundament, convulsions
rickeU, ringwoim, scald head, measles croup, worms ciiol
. .1 a infantum, wasting ofthe body, and all diseases incident
tn the ears of childhood.
Price f0 cents par bottle
For sale at all the Drugstores, tn town andmtiirr. aud
julylo Nashville, Tcnn.
FACTS THAT ARE FACTS.
WHO does not know that LroxsA Co., keep always on
hand the finest Cigars and Tobacco in be had in
town. All we can say to those who are ignorant of this, is
to request thcaltocall and examine our stock, and they
willslwn be convinced that such is the case. Don't fogat
the JMok (Lyons) Den, No V.; Cedar ttrcct.
Tobaccos. We aretut in receipt of 3 nrge lot of
Rmrkimrand chewing Tobaccos, insisting of miw of the
finest brands, fine cut and in plug, lor sale , either whole
.i .;t t.. JA 1)S & CU
O Vi'F'VY FUSE. SO0.OOO feet genuine Safety Fuse,
bv lb, co.
jTl5 at W.H.nonno A Ca's.. Public Square.
( ) partnership heretolororxuAng nnder the finn of Soro..
llilrils A Co, is thU day dissolved lmutua consent
L. HILLJI N,
' Kn , A FRANK ACQ.
,;T-?rA NTED. A few thousand buiUeis i ta Nuts, for
JE2 UNITED IlEEKSf S INSURANCE COM? AST 05
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARSll
1 ' " Chartered "br tlie State.
THIS Company Having' folly organized, is
now ready to take nsks on all descrip
tions of property, against loss or damages by
fire, also SB-nnsi nenls of the seflnrinlanrimif-
ieanon: Prtpositfons for insurance will he received -at the
oSia oi the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College-St.
AW. JOHNSON, President
J. S. DAsmra, Sec'y. fNashville, Oct 8, 1353.
C0HMZECIA1 n,'3ITKANCE COM? ANT.
ctuxlotos, sotrrn cAbouna.
, ' Capital 8250,000: All Paid In. 1
T ttAVE teen appointed Agent of the above Compani at
JL JJtasnviue, ana am luiir preparea io junrme, tut,
Hirer ULsks. on the most favorable terms.
' A full 'statement of the solvency of the Company can be.
seen -at the office of ihe Nashville insurance ana xrusi com
pany, on College street. .
senl8 ' JOHN a DASHtELL, Agent
fSj MUTUAL PE0TECTI0H INSUEAHCE C0HPAHT
OF 17ASEVIILE, TENNESSEE.
s rrpw.v. nn fwtafr Stri?at. adioinmff the Post Office, and
J opposite'Uie Verandah, will insure on thn mutual prin
ciple; Houses, JJtrelianaize, nc, azamst iaos or iaaui uj;
nf tha estcrn waters atainst the
Bazids of Jnland Navigationjind the Cargoes of Vessels of
every decripRou against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of arsons in good health. Tor a single- year,
for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans
mitted per mail. . ....
AH jicrsons having their lives or properly insured in this
Insdtntion, are entitled to a full partiea!ion in all the prof
its without an v liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay,
S PILCHEIt, President,
J. B. J011NS0N, VicePresident
J C. X, P. Whartox, Secretary. f janl
'TENNESSEE MARINE AND FTHE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of tliePuhlicSquare.mirway
between the Nailiville Inn and the Plautcrs'liank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against lire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on, the Cargo of Keel Boats and
.other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President
Josepii Vaclx, Secretary.
DiitWTOrts. Aler. Allison, Joun H. iliu, . . rogg,. w.
M Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Ua, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
New York Life Insnrnnce Company,
No. 106 Broadway, jYmo York.
OX TII15 JT117TUAI. 1'liAS,
Accumiilutod Cailtal oOOi.rilO.OO.
T. FRKE3CAK, ACTUAKT H. rSAMlttlK, raSvr.
Tr? Tnt.l nmhr of Policies issued t)T tht
Company up to July lt, lMJ eight thousand
.Iy hnnAtaA find f?htvone. :
Tl-Tlllv1Hiiida made annuallv on all Life Po-
liclesln eliapo ofstoeU, bearing tntarest at the rite of 0 per
TQ The dividends heretofore haTO always averaged from
40 to 50 per cent.
IO Persons taking out Policies for the whole term of
life can give their uoto at 12 mootlis for 40per cent of tho
premium, aud pay 60 per cent in cash.
Applications for rUts, prospectus of the company, or In
formation relating to the subject of Llfo Insurance may.be
made at the oQce of the undersigned General Agent for the
State of Tennessee. JOSEPH NASH.
Ofilcc N. W. conierlPublic Square,
opposite Planters' Bank. Nashville, Aug. 10, 1852.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
Javu Dixos, Pres. Heset L. Millse, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000. . .
In3chakce on lives of white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. H. LOOMIS,
jan 15 6m Agent
' EifK IISSIliANCE.
Tit na Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Annuity Fond $150,000.
EXCLUSIVKLY heid pledged, and appro prlated,
with its reserved accumulations, by the cbartArpoSuS
and regulations of the Company, to tho payment of Anuu
ltos and losses upon Insuranceon Life, and In no eventlia
bleforother debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Tnos. K. Ehxci, Pres't, S. h. Loam; Secretary;
E A. BBLKtar.'vlce J.- w. Sithoo, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors or the Life Department.
K. A. Uni.ELcr, Jon L.Boswili,
KOBERT EUELL, BoLAXD MaTHIB,
MiizsA.TirrTLZ, Bnwiit G. Kipur
HCKRA Q. PklTV.
This being a Joint Slock propriety company, and eondae
tod onttiecash system, the Managers have adopted a table
of rates of premium as low as Is consistent with safety and
nvch loTDtv than those of tho Mutual Companies
Applications for rists on white parsons, received by the
ucders!zned, who will famish Prospectusesof the Coopa
any, and any Information relative thereto.
jrrMlisfcs on slaves against dlseasesand accidents causing
death, taken; Polices issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS RASH.Agent,
Office N. W. cornor Public Scare,
opposite Planters Bank. KashvlIle.aug.'lO, 1852.
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
HAVING, at great expense, procured the most recently
improved machinerr and tools for the construction of
the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are
prepared to mate to order Railroad jlacliinery
a Locomotive?, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch
tin.lt, i!i.n-;r f"ari mid nil wort anncrtaininirto Railroads.
stoam imagines. Eoat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron.
jaw f)iins Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
embracing thelatestimprovements. Grist lilills.
jnitines an,i Machinerr, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
necessary appurtenauce made to order at short notice
In nil cases where it is desired, we furnish an ensrinewto
po-' up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that
he m:iy continue to operate tlie engine, Sc.
Brass anil Irbn Castings of any size or description, with
Shafting, Mill Geerinj; Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order.
I nicrmatioii cheerfully given and orders received by
J. THOMPSON, President
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
(Ti AAA KEWAISD. 1 will pay theabove reward
A.UUv to any jierson or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Wurrants,
of the denominations of 100, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase .sniele warrants ol either denomination.
R. II. BUOCKWAY
-,. , t
over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
ui.Jiashville. octi nr.ii.
STILL THE 7 COME! FRESH VERTVALS DAILY!!
niiitiM-. 111UA icrmuiu
rpllE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi
I JL zens of Nashville and surrounding country that
I he is still receiving large additions to his already iin-
I mei- stock of
I Gents Fashionable Spring mid Snmmcr Ileady
j 3Iotle Clothing,
' which he is treparcd to, and'will sell AS LOW AS ANY
i OTHER HOUSE IS THE TRADE
I Already in store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olivo Frock
1 and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed, Cah-
mcrette, I'lusli, Urap n i-.te, oils i.usire anu unisa uueu
Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coats, &c, &tr, Ac.
Pants and Vests ofevcry color, shade, pattern and quality
to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vals, Handkerchiefs. Suspenders, Hate, Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac
Also, a variety of Youths' and Childreius Clothing,, from
three years of age upwards. I POWERS,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 31 Market St, directly op
posite Union street
rgf No connexion with any other bouse in the city.
X. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man br combi
nation of men. .
Country Merchants in particu,ar are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
" UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE above- HOTEL is now open for the reception of 35V
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BO ARDERS. Si
This long established and well-known House has mider
.cooo a thorough altera tion throughout, and furnished with
new and fashioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEbT the
market affords: aud tho Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and the regulations ofthe house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire atiofaction to
tuoe that may favor him with their patronage.
ian-23-lvtnv JXO. W. SPEAR.
r v n I'owimsr manufactured
VJT HAZVRD Powder C01
-0(M feoTs lCentnckr Ri
Rille l'owderl 25 lbs each.
SOU li.ilt fcces do no uo isuo uu,
25l)or.kKM do do do G do do;
500 kegs DeT do do 25 do do;
IOOO kegs Blasting do -25 do do;
500 lbs do (V ke;;s cacli) do 125 do- do;
300 csni.ters fine Kirie do 1 pound. ,
Tb4 li.ve powder 1ns just been received direct from the
mantif.ieicry of the Hazard Pmviler Company the quality
iif which Js Wl known throughout the United Sts.tes. All
orders" ai-.'mollv filled by application at my Powdor Dapot
NnrUi hsl ceniei' Public Square, Nashville.
AlbO 250, OvIO feet Sat'eiyFuse of best quality.
w S. H. LOOMIS, Agent
marelt2.' r tae Haird Powder Company.
- PATENT CK0PKNG KLLL.
For Chopping Com or other Grain,
Atinetiele which ever a Farmer thould hare.
tt Trill m-iml. with one or two horse power, from four to
X fire busncls an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is -so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve years old can Keep uiauiu" v hukuji
. ..-! ktihuOitvam.Vnter or norse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing ana selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan and A
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wiihitjg to purchase can
End them at J. M. Seaburys, ou College street where they
FTJENTnTRE! FURNIIUES! 1
T AM just recet ring a fine assortment ortur-,
nitnre of the latest and most HJTiroredj
'-sttTiml Trhirliwill hfl warranted as recommend-'
ed, 'and trill bo sold ascheap as tho caeapest Havmg en
larged my Wars rooms, I shall keep an assortment 01 -Gilbert's
superior Piauoa, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac, Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to the Railroad or anvwhero In the city. Remem
ber 45, Untonstrest,. Cheap I'urnituw Depot.
ap27 ' I-11- MORTON.
TTfTEhave received by recentarrifals ninu
V V more af those unn vailed PiASCfl, raadefeietE
bvJ. B. Dunham and AdamStodart A Co- on i & i
various styles nd. sizes, which will be, sold very low for
cash or good notes drawing interest, tind warranted to give
satisfaction in every respect
apr2a W. A-T.H. GREENFIELD. A- CO.
J. IT. CUKKEY, . "
Furniture Manufacturer said Dealer.
WOULD respectfully m'ormhis friends gSjg'JSJal:
and the. public" generally that he (ftg;
keens. a. full assortment of .Furnituri oniif "" """
land, consisting of B.ireaus, Wcril-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book .Cases, Shower-Eaths,
Ordered work ann repairing done at ttie snortesi nouce,
and on very reasonable terms, with despatch.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order p
;er common shuck
kept constantly on hand.
Undertaking Havine just received from New York a
lot ofthe air-tight and air cxausted Metalic CotBns, al
orders for Coffins can be fjUed in very short notice, from
the Plain Servants' to the fine Metalic or Covered, and oa"
very reasonable terms; togetberwith everything necessary
All orders left at my store on College street. No. 25, oppo
site the Scwanee House, will be punctually attended to
both nightand day. J. II. CUKKEY.
N. B. Sharing, Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend
ed to when desired. b a en- J. 1L- C.
DISS0L3 ION. t , ,
npHE Co-partnership heretofore existing under the style
X and firm or Pit.LLirs A Haet is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons indebted to'the firm nre re
quested to make immediate settlement, and all having
claims against the same will present them for payment
Either partnerwill use the name of the firm in liquidation
only. 1 WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
July 1, 1853. HENRY HART, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Mr. Henry Hart, my successo:'
nnd late partner, to the formerfriends and customers of the
House, and respectfully solicit for him a continuance of that
patronage" so liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
jnlyl ' WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
JAMES D. 11EHEK,
Produce and General Commission Merchant,
PROMPTIatteution given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED
FRUIT. FEATHERS. GINSENO. BEESWAX, Ac,
Ac, upon which adrances will be made if required.
133" Orders promptly filled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour, Whisky, Ac, Ac
"Airent for the sale of Star and Tallow Candles. Sale-
ratus, Pot and Pearl Ash, and Lard Oil, which will be fur
nished at letceet market rata tnWunit GSminission,
VALUABLE DWELLING, HOUSE FOIl
SALE. Thermdersiimed offers lor sale his residence
ou Spring.or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made Known on application 10
K. C. FOSTER. 8d.
Orin my absence to G. M.FOGU.
june 17 tf.
WALL PAPEIIS.-Just re
ceived, 2.000 bolts of thoso
beautiful French Papers, for Parli.rs,
Halls. Ac. toeether with a splendid
assortnieutofGoIdand Velvet Borders, Fire facreenS, Win
dow Uurtams, s.c
J5?"0n hand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, from
10 to 25 cts per bolt
. ,,-r . n mt. till
aijAuus x tiuiiDni,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House.
W. W. FINN,
41, MARKET STREET,
BETWSt! UXIOX AKO THE SQUARE,
V J ri.it UA.ULnua. A urge rTl
and beautiful variety. -VWr'
riecorative an jnpers, an uaaaAsssjE
tne litest r rencn aesigns.
. Borders, Window Papers, Teaster and Cen
tre Pieces, a large assortment
Cheap Unglazed Papers 12,000 pieces in store,
from 12 to 25 "cts. per Bolt. AB for sale, and Chiap fob
JUST FINISHED AlfD FOE SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
TnE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
IIOCKAWAYS AND FAMILY CAItltlAGES.
Kef Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that (vSCKJ
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. S&gE.
july IV it. a A. aiuu i.
T)ICII AND. CHEAP GOODS AT JflCIIOL'S
lVi CORNER. I have on hand a beautiful assortment of
ladies' Dress Goods, which will be sold at very reduced
prices, as the sexnon is advancing. Great bargains may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and Lawns from Sc. 10c 12c. and 15c, and a fine
assortment of Berages of all styles, Silk Tissues, Evening
Dresses, Ac, Ac Also a gooa assortment ot aiusquito i e;
tings. JAMES NICH0L,
junlT iv o. IB, uor. squire ana .'larsct st.
DISSOLUTION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting under the style of McNAIUY A FURMAN, ex
piredonthe 1st day of Julyinst. R. C. McNairy willcbn
tinue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness ofthe late firm. Signed R. C. McNAIRY.
Nashville, July 6tb, 1853. r. i'UKMAJ..
I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McNAIRY, my
late partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
. it. 1 r rrTT it- V
juiya oigneu r, iuevjiaii.
WHITE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. Dotted
Swiss, Plain do. super fine Corded and Checked do,
super fine Mull and Nainsook Muslhi9, Jaconets, Cambrics,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss FIouncingsr Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLELLAND'S,
junez.1 o -zlf, l'UDiic square.
MANTLES, SCARFS, Arc We have some very
Rich Mantles on band, new style, in Silk, Lace. Apli
ca, Ac; Ijice Scarfs, Crape do, White Crape Shawls, Muslin
de Lano do. which we will close out very chean.
june23 No 20. Public Square.
ICII DUESSGOODS. On hmd lilch SUiDresT
1 Rich Black Silks, super Black C!ro de Rhines, Rich
Printed Bareges and Tissues, White Barages and White
Silk Marqu-sso. White Glaco Silks, White Lace Dresses,
Emb'd Crapes, Rich Barege de Lanes, Rich French Organ
diez,Muslins, Gingluims, Ac, Ac These Goods are very
rich and will be sold at very low prices, at
june23 No 20, Public Square.
ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP.-For render
ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white and soft,
removingsallowiiess, cutaneous emiitions, pimples, tan,
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquito biles, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalready formed, eliciting on the cheek of age the
clearness and smoothness of youth. Prepared by Dr. F. F.
Gouraud, 67 Walker St., 1st Store from Uroadrav, N. York.
For sale by feb'J GEORGE GREIO.
17RENCH WINES AND BRANDIES. Always
JU ou hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, put up in wood and bottles, and for sale by
fcb9 GEORGE GRE1G.
P TNE Ai'PLES AND PEACHES Just re
ceived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
iu glassjars,andforsaleby GEORGE OKEIG.
CHEESE. 50 boxes Western Reserve Cheese, re
J ccivcdudforsaleby feb9 GEORGE GREIG.
PINE APPLE CliEliSJi. 75 boxes suner
Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, leceived and for sale by
iIGS. On hand and for sale
a small lot of very fine
Figs, by feb9
U1I DROPS. Afresh supply offincstqualitr Gum
I i- .t f : a : ;'a: I..JC...I. 1,.-.
V Jl urops 01 variuus iiavurs,jusi. ictci.cu nm ui
ftb9 GEORGE GREIG.
CIIIOCOIjATE. A superior article of Chocolate 111
small sticks and in half pound cake', put up in tin foil,
and for sale by feb9 GEORGE OKblG.
I71IENCII N'EUGA CANDYJust received by
express a small lot of White French Neanga Candy put
up" in tin foil aud fur sale by GEORGE GRl'lG.
altEEN TEAS. -SO cans fresh Green Teas, hermet
ically sealed, on hand aud for sale by
febD GEORGE GREIG.
FRESH TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
of Blaek and Green Teas ofthe finest qualities import
ed, and warranted superior, for Sale by
' febl GEO GREIG, Union street
17011 HIItE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one
J? 10 years old; apply to R. A BALLOWE,
julyl7 Genl Agt, No. 17 Deaderick St
TTOR SAJuE AT AUU-1IOS.-1 win onerat public
J2 Auction at the coiut house, on Saturday next, theSOth
inst,8 beautiful building lots, situate! in Edgefield, a short
distance from the N. A L. Depot Terms one half cash
and the balance in one snd two years, or without interest
with a lien retained on the land until the purchase money is
Tbe 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. " A. BALLOWE, Genl Ag't
i,.v 01 No. 17. Dc-iderick Street
O TRAYED. From the pi emiscs ol ttie nuo-ciiDer, 011
IS T,iHr nflastweek (2&thof June.) a pair of BAY
HORSES, about 15 bands 3 indies high, of a strong and
substantial appearance, between the age of 6 and 8 years
ia Vn rvonipiiliir marks now remembered, other than
that one of the Horses Tiad a recent biuise or cut on h'13 left
cheek bone, and had on wben lie escaped tne bead-stall 01 a
Any information concerning the above Horses will be
ibanfcfullv received, tswciiiw ounuo rewaueu, u.w
municated to W. T. BERRY, Nashville.
Nashville, July 9th,18iS.
DB. BLSDS02'3 iiTER &TIVE COMPOUND
Hit Bemrdyrmr all MemJdus for iAe Ditcasetvf the Lntr
Dyqrpiia, Enlargement and I-JUunaiioA c the, Sjtfeen
Heartburn!, Qblis naiaUact, t'VUt, Cbattirpation, nlr
dixatetof the Bomdt, and suchiiUea ki ciariit from a
disordird stnU of the Stomach, liier irBoxseU, . at
Scrofula and Seres of any kind, xbr Qmeral Delititp,
from which Ladift frtquenttti tvjfer, there it not U
'"rpfnfi inventor of this preparation was' forthree years s
1 compicteiyprostrateairom4'yspePs:'aana macuviry 01
thelavcrthat ia was frequently for weeks at a time unable to
raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians
at home andin Europei but in vain; ,his caiie was. pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it wa3 by acrid wf that he siu
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing mcd.
icine, his success in such .cases has been u.irivallea. -He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing thioughthe press of his" own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as sliown Vy the certificates which bave Deen
I Subjoin the certifictte of ProC M. G wbeet, of Memphis,
Tenm, with whom rtften advised during the- time ot my
Mehphb, Tenn April 17,1352.
I hereby certify Ihat I have been acquainted with Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and some yejrs ago he was reduced I tLeve
lower than! have ever seen anyone that afterwards recorer-
. lit.. 1 it 1 . 1 i - , r. n :
eu, wiui nuai x wippuseu ui DC uyspcpsiaaiui ijiveraucciiuu,
and after trying the prescriptions of many Physicians in-this
as vteuas omer countries, witnout reiiei, ne nnauy suceeaeu
with a preparatiou of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. I).
Physicians aro requested to try this preparation. We
ic'i xuMsueu ifcmu Mtsiaui me cuaracier w e give ioi lu uua
HrorsyrtxE. January IS.IS.'iZ.
Dn. Bledsoe: I tike the liberty and fell it to be my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease'of the
stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, a3 a very
seperior medicine. My son,uged lSyears, had been under
, medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia, and diar
rhea when haying almost despaired of his recovery, I con-
ciuaea to try your Alterative, two Domes 01 wiucn, 1 ueneve.
entirely cured him. MICA JAH " CAYCE.
r HrorrsyiLLE, Oct 17,185S.
Da-BLEtrjOE Some time has eiapsed since I gave a cet
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound I now take pleasure in baying to
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many differen
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liverand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
HtwrsviLLE, Sept 29, 1851.
De. Blxdsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that
'I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thiug that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any thing that woidd cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which tuuf
relieved me iu every attack in less than" an hour.
WM. D. LLOYD.
Giles Cotwrr, Tenm, Dec 23, 1851.
Dn. Blxdsok : I feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to.those who are afllicted, were I not to further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that I have not had cause to take anything in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. I am very respectfully your friend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.
Hcxtsvtllx, Ala, August 24, 1851.
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because ofthe same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAROTUERS.
Hcstsville, Ala, March 3, 1S52.
. Dr. Blidsoc Sis: Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised,it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, that for years 1 sufTered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement ofthe spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing yourcompound about nine weeks since, and hare gained
25 or 80 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
jgjThe above medicine is for sale in every Drug Store in
the cityand most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DERSlIOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. J5T"Pricc 1 per pint Bottle. novlS lvd tr
DE. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
MR. WINTERS had lost nearlr all nf his hair and
. had been bald for many rears: bvthe ns of lArte fat
ties of the Magnetic Ointment, had his hair entirely re
tiored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle- fie had
the 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; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he was Otorouahty cured, and forseven months past has
enloved robust health.
This was an extreme case of infiunmaiion of the spleen,
of long standing; has a vat iety of treatment f mni no less than
eUjht different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment This wasfourmonths agoaud the lady (aMis. Dun
ham.) is still iu good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I hsve treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Kyrs with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
IRral, as to need an attendant to lead them from -place to
place. One of them had been afhicled IS years, the other
about 9 years. They "had tried the best physicians in the
State, without beneb'f; and one of them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzv. of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in t
nWnr4a tn . tV... ... Tl I ...
...in C.1WJ13 w cui-. wic. aucj me mnv nr useoi me
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and'attend to any ordinary business. Ihaveued the
Ointment in a number efcasesof Piles, and in no ca'e h'Uit
failed if giving immediate relief and tn(ritRya permanent
cure. I have alsoused it beneficially in severe cases of Erv
slpclas. And last but not least, I have within the Iastyear
enred four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly-every
disease for nluch it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public Respectfully Ycurs,
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jaa 27. 1850. Amelia. 'Ohio.
The character of this Ointment as an efficient remedr. is
established in this city. There are quite a numberof indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this cxtraotdinary Oinlment
rorsaieuy it u. suuvfcij,
BERRY li DEMOVILLE,
mayS CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOUT,
No. 5 Clack Street. Nashville. Teiy..
fiextdoor to JL S. FeencVt Grocery Warthouse, ami op-
LL kinds ofc.irriages for sale, wilh harness s.3ej,
to suit All work sold by me is made at itPSEl.
the Claik Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East
Repairing done withpromptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely ou getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. marls.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu.
siness my son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March A Soil All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and maKe payment. j. u. jiAKUii.
X3f Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the some is respectlully solicited.
jan2 J. D. MARCH A SON.
SITUATION WANTED A lady oflong experience
and superior qualifications to instruct on the PIANO
FORTE, desires a situation in a public Seminary or private
family. The best of refereuco given. Address box 144, Nash
ville P. O. uly3-4w tw.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, College Street, Nashville, Tesx.
ARE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERV for the Spring Trade, and in calling
tbe attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ol any House in any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
jrfMnifAMJsuould prompt an dealers in Una section of the
country to encourage homo market
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their ast-ortment cf Tools,
Farming Implements, Ao, a large stock of which they always
keep on haad.
Feathertj Gir.rcngaoi Beeswax, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
Feb. 26, 1853.
aENUINE SCHE1DAJI SCHNAPS. Wenave
a few dozen cf this fine Lignor. For sale tt a low
price at LYONS A CO,
Bay5 No. 19, Cdac3tret.
ESTABLISHED FO-t Xjitf xjuSS.
OUR Goods are selected and purchased by ourselves,
with great care in the best markets, which enables us
to sell low for CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry: and we sell as cheap.as any house in theswun
try. Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols Revolvers aud Self
cocking; Spanish Cigars, &c.,.Vc. july Sfo tf.
SINGER'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEDLE PERPjJN
Secured- by two Distinct Patents.
THESE extraordinary Machines have bad numerous di
plomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew
ing Machines ever devised. They now form one ofthe most
attractive features of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal
Palace in New York.
The proprietors having perfected their, great manufactory
in New York, are now able to produce the Machines at a
cheaper rate, and have determined to give the benefit to the
pubhc,.by reducing tue price 25. Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will be sold at either of our regular offices
$100 Cash, without Deduction or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities of these Machines for all tbe
work of the Clothier, Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler,
Ca'riage Trimmer, Cap Maker, and Corset Maker, it is un
necessary to speak. 1 he character of tho machines for these
branches of business is established, and tbeyarcknonn
and admitted to be the roost perfect instruments for tbe pur
pose ever devised. The clear profit on each machine is
from $5o0 to 1000 a year, depending on the fineness and
difficulty cf the work done. We desire to call the particu
lar atteutiou of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to our ma
chine for stitching line linen and cotton goods. We can
satisfy any person interested that no other machine has ever
done or can do this kind of stitehinffiwrfectlv. The price of
the machine includes the necessary articles for usin.
hen ordered tney are pacxed, complete 'or immediate use, .
and full printed instructi jns for using are furnished.
Eitherof -the Express Companies, or Merchants visiting,
the places where our offices allocated, affu:d a convenient
medium fur purchasing mochincs.
Principal Office, No. 323 Broadway, N. Y. -
f No. 251 Washington St. Boston.
No. 57 South 4th St, Philadelphia.
No. 159 Baltimore S.t., Baltimore.
No. l'j" Elm St., 'Cincinnati.
I. M. SINGER A CO.
UNIVEESITY OF NASHVILLE- MEDICAL DEPART
THE Third annual Course of Lectures in this Department
will commence on Tuesday Ihe first of November next,
and continue fill the first of the enduing March.
Paix F. Eve, M. D Principles and Practice of Sutgery.
Jobs M. Watso.v, If. D Obstetricsand the Diseases of
Women and Children.
A H. DccuANA-v. JL D.. Surcical and Patholosical Anat
omy and Physiology.
U.K. isowuxc, Ji. 11. institutes anu 1 ractice 01 jieai-,
C. K. Wisstos, M. D., Material Medica and Medical Ju
Robert T. Porter, M. D-, General and Special Anatomy.
J. Besrikx Lixdslet, M. D.. Chemistry and Pharmacy.
William T. Bbiob, M. D. Demoostratorof Anatomy.
The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, on the
first Monday of October. -
A full Preliminary course of Lertures will be given by
tbeProfesssors, commencing also on thetirstMonday of Oc
The Students will have free access to the Stafe Hospital.
Fee of each Professor Sis. Matriculation ticket S3 ; Dis
secting ticket $10. Graduation fee 825.
Uood board can be obtained in Ilie city at lrom f 2 M 10
?3 per week. Further informafiou may be obtained by ad
dressing the Dean J. B. LINDSLEY, M. D.,
riasuviiie, July g watw. liean.
CAUTION TO GINNERS OF COTTON.
THE undersigned dealers in and manufacture's of Cot-,
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton to
tbem for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that
tbe samples drawn from the edges of tbe bale will fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of tbe whole bole: other
wise they will claim, from Ihe seller or owner., as damages.
the difference between the actual worth at the time the fact j
is ascertained, and the original" cost, with all expenses in- j
curred pavious to detection, and the cost of returning tbe
cotton should it be returned. And furthermore, that we '
will whenever a palpable case cf fraud In packing cotton is
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers of
this city, with the names ofthe seller, owner and ginner.
The undersicned are comcelled to this course by the fre
quent cases of fraud detected in water and falsify packing
cotton resulting lrequently in heavy losses 10 tne owner,
cad will if continued, lower the character of Nashville Cot
ton, and thereby injure those who pack cotton honestly.
A.MJlitlV AldilMJi, Agent,
Tenn. Manufacturing Co. Lebanon.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.,
Of Sycamore Mills.
JOHNSON A WEAVER.
J. A R. YEATMAN.
Alisonia Manufacturing Co.
WM. B. ARMISTEAD A CO.
JOHNSON A surra.
JOHNSON. HORNE A CO.
J. A. McALISTER & CO.
P. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
TnE next session of this popular Institution will com
mence the first Monday in September, aud continue ten
months with the exception of the Christmas holidays.
The male Department will be is heretofore, under tho
charge ofC. W. Cullender, A. M Principal, and Professor
of Ancient and Modern Languages, and Pure and Mixed
Mathematics. Prof. Thomas P. Hatch, A. B., will have
charge ot the Scientific and English Departments.
The Institute is pleasantly situated on the Murfreesboro
Turnpike, five miles from Nashville. The Geological and
Mineralogical cabinet is very large; which, with an exten
sive and beautiful collection of Botanical specimens, and an
excellent Philosophical and Chemical apparatus, affords pe
culiar advantages to Students in the Scientific Department
Expenses per term cf ten Months.
One half due t" odonnce.
Tuition in Classical, Mathematical and Scientific
Department, t-32 00
English Department, - - - - - 20 00
French or'German, (extra) ... - IS 00
Incident lfee, 2 00
Board per week in private familiet) including Washing,
Fuel and Lights $1 75 to 2 30.
Forfnrtherparticulars, address C. W.- Callender, A. M.,
Nashville Tenn. N. BROWN.
July 17, '53 2m. Chhinnan of Trustees.
TENNESSEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THE next term of Ihe Tennessee Baptist Female Insiitnte
will commence on Monday, Sept 12, 1833.
The teachers, recently of the Nashville Female Institute,
will make every effort to secure to those entrusted to tl.eir
charge, a thorough and judicious education and would be
pleased to receive the patronage of their former friends.
Information may be obtained of
Rev. JOS. II. EATON. D. D, Pres't Board Trust's,
J AS. F. FLETCHER, lisq. Secretary,
july26 3meod or of the Teachers.
THE following list of articles in our warehouse, which
have been in Sloie from 1 to 10 years, if not called, for
in-GOdays will be sold at Auction forcharges, viz:
2 boxes Jackson A Walker;
1 " A Harwood;
1 " M W Sloan;
1 " DeIworth,TaylorACo;
100 " Montagues Balm, for teeth;
1 " F Johnston;
2 "Til Owen;
2 " Graves A Venable;
3 " A Wilson; ,
1 package, R Morrisson;
1 small box, D M-Tajlor;
1 do do Jno Nathans;
4 trunk.?, no mark:
1 Plough do;
1 Basket Waggon do;
1 Cupboard do;
1 Box do;
1 Hat Stand do;
1 Lot Cast Steel do;
1 " Gas Pipes do:
lulyl9 lm JOHNSON A SMITH.
TEXAS LANDS. We have 15,000 Acies of Land,
lying in various portions of Texas, which will be sold
low: or exchanged in part for a fine Jack, Stallion, two or
three fine Carriages, good Brood Hares, 4c The titles are
good. The patents can be seen by calling at our office. The
land is all of excellent quality, consisting of timberand
ALSO. 600 Acres of first rate Cotton Land, lying on
Cumberland river, Tn the neighborhood of the Hermitage.
It is all undent good fence and in a high state of cultivation
It is susceptible of being divided into four or fire small
tracts, with pleasant building site on each, and well watered
jar39 .Vj SO. Cherry Street
T AND WARRANTS.-Weare '
I j the very bitrhest prices for LAD VAUltA. ia- rer
.-Tf-SSrinirwanaatstosell by sending to us
"'.'riser depend on gettfng tht highest
uly21 reslitte1 erp r" DYER PEARL A CO.
Tha Truly Fortunate and Far-fta
Lottery Agents and. Broken,
PYPEIt & CO.
No. 1 LingrSTRECT, BALToroag, MAaimra.
Read the wholesale benefits bestowed last month.
10,O0 sold to anew Correspondent in Alabama,
f 15,000 sold to a Club in Georgia.
n I ."i . f r,
eiZjUW suiu lu a xanoix la vuiu.
$ 29.000 sold to a Merchant in Baltimore.
$G,i0O sent in package Wholes toa Club in-Fenn.
$.10,000 sent m package to Correspondent in N. Carolina,
i 12,000 sent to Savannah, Georgia.
F or brilliant Prizes, always mail yopr orders,
PYFEP. A CO., Ah. 1 Uahtttrtti, Baltimore,
VST The mast successful method to draw a Prize is to
Farchatt a. Paciige! Tho experience of every day strength
ens this declaration. ,
"Nisuth word HsIhiT at Pufer tfr Co's.
57" Forward your ccders without delay I
, Splendid Schemes for Aug., 1853.
til ' i he Certificate Prices uf packages of quarter tickets
Price ot Prices f
78 Nos. .
6' 5 cf 20,000
l"Drawincs fonvarded to Correspondenfs by the first
mails after ihe lotteries are drawn.
FSTCorrespQiiileots will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
Tuere is a large per centage 111 faror of those, purchasers
advise tne purcnase) I -t 'ackaajis 01 Tickets in everyi
J3Ba6k Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at I'YFER A CO'S.
I3JKemeniber-pA PjtcsAOKof TIciets, can draw rocit
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
J3f In order to secure a Fortune, aud tbe cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lLs6cd,'far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, PYFER A CO.,
iuly-3ii lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
SINGULA R EXPOSE AND HIGHLY INFLAMED STATE
Caused 'by the astonishing reports, which spreading like
wild-fire already extend from one end of the Americtu Con
tinent to tue ntherrousing the sensibilities, and startling
like THE TUUMP OF THE ARCH-ANGEL,
Mankind from their iuexcusable and lamentable inerti
Ittde, to tho most nervous and intense excitement opening
the eyes of ihe human family to
A MOMENTOUS SUBJECT,
which vitally concerns their dearest interests, nad raising
the Jrapery curtaiu that concealed from mortal vision for
THE-GLIMPSES OF THE FUTURE !
' Rumors discloiing clearly to the astonished senses of un
told multitudes, ilie Modus Operandi by which individuals
from-every grade of society suddenly become the proud pos
throughlhe woikingsof that'most beautiful system, gene
rously giren to the world, by the untiring energies, and rest
less phHanthrcpy of those well known benefactors' n the hu
MYERS A McGILL "
D KALE 3 IX EVEUr DtSCRIFTIOX Or
Ladies' and Gentlemen' Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
On College street, one. door South of tht Square.
WHERE may be found at all timesa large assort
ment of Winchester's , Davis A June's. A Myers'
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen, Muslin with Lin
en Uusotns, Uiccham. and r rencn Chintz, fa Undine and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cash-
uierc, iguuia iuiiuu aim i.:iuiuu xianuei, lor iauiv
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth. Garters, Gloves, Kid and
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wuh Norma,
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Waterfords, Albert,
De Joinville's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting, Cravats
Scarfs, Black and Whitj Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolcnand Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Cans for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsy, Riding and
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chambre, Umbrella3, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Baxei, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies, .Fans, Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Raiois and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes; Good year's Gmn Goods.
Ferfumerr. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
We have made arrangements with our friends at tha
North to forward 119 Goods as soon as received by tbem,
therefore we shall have goods here in less than ten days,
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS A McGILL'S.
Furnishing Store, College streot, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. ' octll
FARM FOR" SALE.
I WISH to sell thcFann on which 1 now reside, 3 miles
from Nashville, 00 the middle Franklin Turnpike, and
containing 100 acres, about equally divided into timber and
clesre'd land. Thcreis everything on it to renderit dira
ble as a country residence; such as a great variety of fruit,
an abundance of spring and welt water, grass, Ac. If de
sired it will be divided into small portions.
For terms. Ac., apply to Johx Kibkuan or toR.W.
Beowx. Genl Agent, No. 6S Cherry street, or to
juce30 d&wtf. W.D. GALE.
SUNDRIES. 100 bbls best Flour; 100 kegI"of Nails,
1000 bb!3 No 1 Salt; 20. tons assorted Iron;
SO doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstone;
20 nests of Tubs; 5 " Alum;
20 " half bushel measuresjlOO Plows;
5000 lbs bar Lead; 20 bbls No 3 JIackeret;
200 bag Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
Unassorted Demijohns; 20 bbls SS Almonds;
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; 01 " Large Pecans;
50 doz Bedcords nnd Lines; 50 boxes Figs;
50 bags Race Ginger; C-0 " Tobacco, assorted;
83 bags Pepper; Si tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes Dned Herringr 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; 50 boxes Fresh Teas;
10 boxes Stoughton's Bitters;10 " Crome's best Indigo.
20 " B Wheat Flour, cxt;
Together with many other art'cles, which will be sold
low by deoll L. 11. LANIER. Market st
ACARD.-I beg leuve toinrorm myfriendsand pat?
. rons that I hare remoi ed to the store on tbe comer of
Cedcr and Cherry streets, from my old stmd next door.
Also to inform ttieni that 1 have onluind a choice lot of Ci
gars, Suufls. Tobaccos, and JMpo r those iu want ofgr,1 ar
tides, would do well to call, as 1 keep a Too ictraisr Store.
Little Indian, enrnerand Cedsr Cherry sts.
r AD1F.S' FINE
E GAlTEIls; SLIPPERsr A:c".
ncaiseG.iiler.-'.tip'd filled, plain tees,
red Bronze.! Kid Slippers;
' Lj Sup. Satin Fnmcaise
Black " .lot
Gents' Elegiwit Talent Leather Roots:
c - , .r , '
r)Ufwrnir r rencu van oress no;
" " " Jg- do;
" Fiksst Cujtii Coxciuss Gaiters;
Just reieived by BAMAGE A CHURCH,
j'in'czf - No. 42Ct.lIcjrest
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE!
THROUGH IN 1'IFf V TO FlFTY-FIVK HOURS.
New York amt Charleston Steam Packets.
LEAVES Adgcrt Wharves etirv Saturday tZl,r
afternoon ai.d each alternate Wednesday.SSrtei
On Saturday, Jax. Adger, 1,5H) tons, -Sj
J. Dickinson, Commander ilarion, 1,200 tons, "il. Berry
The Southerner. W. Foster. Commamlpr
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in complete order.
. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Acoom
modatiou, apply at the office of the Agent,
CornerEast Bay and Adgef s Sou. Wharves.
Cabbin pa.ssage-$25. Steerage ?i
N. B. A new shiu will be Illaced on thi Linn tn rrmnml
u with the Southenieron Wednesdays. febl7 tnv
BED SPRINGS. , ,
"VT7'E take pleasure in announcing to our numerous friends
If and patrons, that we are nnW ready toaccomrooda'e
all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefits of our
place. Extensive preparations have been made for the com
fort both ofthe invalid and the nun of pleasure. It were
needless for us to attempt to set forth tbe value of our place,
in-a medicinal point of view. Many, afflicted with various
diseases, have visited us, and after a few weeks sojourn,
have gone away either entirely cured or greatly relieved
particularly such as hare been afflicted with Scrofula, di
seases of the Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di
gestive Svstem in general. Of these facts, there is an abun
dance of proof, aod many who have certified to them, and the
same have gone forth to the afflicted people. And we have
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound and welt with us, to be seen as testimony to our dec
laration; one of which was almost a hopeless case.
We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12iniles east
of Lafayette, our county seat, 63 or 70 miles from NashTille,
45 miles turnpike, aud the balance high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson comity. Hartsville, Carthage, Gainsboro'.
SAM. E. HARE,
I. A. AAltOK,
mayia tr wm S.B. PEYTON,
A DWELLING HOUSE WANTED. If suited
in situation and price we will make the payments sat
isfactory. Enquire at our office.
- june25-Swd W. B. SHAPARD A CO.
OR, EVERY ONE. HIS OWN PEYSICUT.
txr;ietn Edition, witn One
JL Hundred Engravings showing;
Diseases and Malformiticnj cf tbe
Human System la every shape and
lorm. -To trbtrli t . fKu
??.l5!?BiseaTea ofFeraales, being of t
the highest nnporUnca to married
vy urinosecontcmplatinir mar-t
-.Tup. By WILLUJIYOUnI.ILD.
Let no father be ashamed - pre-
sent a copy of the SCliLAPfcs
10 nis cnuo. It may save him (rem
an early grave. Let no young man
or woman enter into the secret obli-
SrVI APraCT without r-,dmg the POCKCP
V". '-k m& nervous feelingl
and tte whole tram of Despectiejecsatioas, Md. given up
bytndr phvsiciart. be anothermcment withont consultioe
the EaCULAriUS. Hare the roamed, cr those about to
be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book, as
it has been ibe means of saving thousands of ucfbrtuzatSK
creatures from the very jaws of death:
:3- Any person nending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en
closed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail,
or five copies will be sent for One Dollar.
AddnA. (post-paid,) DR. WM. Y0TJNG
narchl6 ly Jo, 152 Sprvee St. Philsdpfcil.
X. R. R. XO PAIN KTT.T.reTT.
rTlD TCIl.Z. ' YIN nrn must n.ml,nih.n.raM
- JL words produce a palsy of tho panto which the pain
Pain is an unnatora Jsensation, arising from as injury
or disease which, teiug transmitted along the nerves to
the-brain, gives an uneasy rp&or to the minil.
Remedies recommended to Iull Pacj, or Pact KtLutss,
are either producers ot I'aralysis, or they are not what they
are recommended for. Jf the sufferer ot pain is to undergo
a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or legi or
ifthepatt ot" the body suffering Ihe tortures of pain, is to
suffer an attack of paralysis, we think the the remedy must
be nnors: than the disease. And, if J'am is to be JSUled,
then tbe nerves that transmitted this sensation, and th
senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also.
If on tbe other band, it is not a "pain, tiller," it is a mis
nomer, andnot what its advertisement claims tor it
Rud'.vay'.H Heady Relief doea not Kill pain, but
it subdues its paroxvtsms and relieves the sufferer from all
painful and uneasy se nmtions. Radway's Ready Relief is
quick in its action it instantly relieves, and immediately
after sets about rcmonug the cause of tbe pain, it socthes
and cures, it reJieres and removes the troubling cause, and;
hence the joy it infuses.
R. R. R. Its Two Actions. The primary action
of Radway's Ready Relief is, to allay the effect of any pain
ful causes'that the "human sjstem may be visited with.
Its secondary action is, to remove the cause itself, this It
will immediately accomplish, for it is so powerful in action
so quick and effectual, that the moment it is applied or taken
the painful paroxyisms. are relieved, and tbe unsound parts
nude wnoie, strong, neaitny and vigorous.
External Pains Rheumatism. Badwaj'a Ready
Relief applied externally to the parts where the pain is felt,
will instantly allay the paroxyisms, scatter the cause, cr tht
amgetted deposits, alwh cause tht pain, and, in A fnw mo
msntsthe sufferer will be quite easy- If the attack ia re
cent a fe- applications will cure it.
II Chronic, Radwy's Renovating Resolvent, used in
connection with the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Rheu
matism in its most aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Sci itic nervous, muscular or inflaicatory ifoc wocdirfot
cases of Rheumatism, cured by K It it Remedies, so
Radway's family Friend for the month of March, 1S33 .
copy wdl be sent to all w bo wish it, free of charg, by ad
dressing Radway A Co Ntw York City. 1
Pains around tbe Liver, Kidneys and Heart ar relieved,
and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued by a limpls
application of R. R. Relief.
Sick Head Ache. R.R. R. will in all casi a cure this
distressing complaint lis aat acid properties hen takes
into the stomach, will neutralize tbe acid, and maka the
stomach clean, and the breath sweet.
Its counter-irritant efficacy, will produce a reaction whea
applied to the head, and tnyigoiitc and enliven, and refresh
Internal Pains. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
Tbe unnatural and violent Irritations thaSWIUct the system,
while it is under the intlueace of tliese malad es, will, in a
moment, yield to tbe soothing end pun-relieving efficacy of
the R. lt'Relief. It allays irritation, it arreata spasmodic
action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that caue these
painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigur.
ates with warmth and siren gin the cold, cramped, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, a d restores each member aad
organ of the body to a ceaUhful and vigorous condition.
Radway's Rea'dy Relief, and ravh ot the R. R. H. Reme
dies, are made from the active properties of medieuw x.
Nothing- inert or inactive enters their composition, so that
the system, is net clogged with worthless and inert matter.
In conclusion we would remind jbe reader that Sad way's
Beady Roliet; reb'eres the sufferer from pain ..not kills,) aod
cures or removes all unnatural causes ol Rheumatic, Neural
gic and Nervous .or painful character.
Radway's Regulators, prepared from the active princple
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants and Gums, wdl reg
ulate and keep in a healthy condi tiou, the bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of ihe body. They will
cure ccativness, indigestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
aU billioua ccsrsliils and :evers.
Tbe ladies wilt tindRad;'HeguhUors the very bastreg.
ulator of the System, in assisting tiuwj nltC10 th? dis
charge of her monthly duties. N o griping Jwi CTiictzttt
at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to ail
take them a pleasant and easy dischuge of the o&kU tf th
Radway's Renovating Resolvent, isarjcrfal reset vw of
all diseased deposits that have been lying in the system fcr
gears. A purityerof the.blood and a renovator of lie whole
For further information of tbe wonderful pain-reieaTiog
end curative powers of the K R. Remedies, the pubiis are
refeired to our monthly publications, or Guide tooel:h, co
pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at our B.
R. It office, 162 Fulton street. New York.
RADWAY A CO., 162 Fulton st N.T
E.R. Rfcr sale by Druggists eeoendly.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for TeBEEessee.
MANDRELDS A CO, Memphis.
HUDGIS, WELLS A JOHNSON,
' juiy6-12m . Chattancoga.
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy forRheumaitsm,Ujat, ptan in the Sid
Hip, Back, limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil.
White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
These Plasters possess tbe advantage of being pnt up in
air-light boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli
mates. , .
This celebrated Pain Extriitor has been so exteIUively,
nsed by Physicians add the peupie in general, both in this:
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to gay 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
sakes we will simply state what it has done iu thousand of
cases, and what it will do for them wben tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA
Read tbe following testimony from a Physician.
Gextleuex. Your Hebrew Plaster has cured row of pains
tif which I have suffered for twelve years pat Durngthis
period llabored underan affliction of my loins and side, aad
tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug
gested, but without obtaining relief At length I used your
I'hister, aud am now by its Rood effects entirely cured. I
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to nil,
who are suffering from coo traction ofthe muscles, or perma
nent pains iu the side or back.
: The people 01 ueorgiaua, c uu. i uevmucauiuajiteu ui
I ts virtues when they wiU resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M.W. WALKER, M. D,
Forsythe, Monroe county, Qs.
1 To Messrs. Scovil A Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN N0RTU
CAROLINA Messrs. Scovil A Mxad: I bave been troubled with tbe
chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On the 1st of
rulv 119, 1 was so bad that 1 ceuld not turn myseii in oeu,
i.f.iM,t r rons der the -Jleorew i iasser iiiecesz
remedy foraH srU of pains mv in
Hendersonvine. N. C, Aug. 16, 1850.
lteware of counterfeits and base imWttions 1
rsflba genuine will in future have the signature E.
Taj lor on the steel plate engraved label on the top of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit cf this ar
icles is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
broughout tbe South and no pedlar is allowed toiell it
Dealers and purchasers generallv are cauticned against buy
ingof but our .regular agents, otherwise they will be iaipoa
ed upon with a worthless article.
Forsale by SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents fortho Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed-
Sold by EWIN, BROWN A Co., NubviUiy Tezra.
W. W. A J. B. BERRY, do;
J. M. Z1MERMAN A Co, do:
CARTVRIGHTA ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, j
jolyl-dtww H. G. SCOVEL. S
I11TE GOODS.-S01LN 4 ll'rZiJ
hMd a laree assortment of Jackonst Cambncs
ered Swiss, Toilets, line sheeung; 4c Ac All of which are
offered at very low prices ffipELpniA STORE.
"OARASOLS of every descrtpuon are now ocered at
X greatly reduced prices, DALpH1A stqh
No 18. Public Square.
POKTRAIT rAlAAlNGWM.H-.BAKi-K fas
TtJlfiTtn S.w Orleans. HU StudioU oa C
yious to his re turn to f w 7 ?r uriti
dkVitnet, No. Sfi, opposite tbe VraadaaHoti.
,10c paiu s oe,crc m ' - -l ' , . ;
At this time my attending Itiysician prescnoea iim -ue Drew
Piaster." and Tt acted like a charm; tho pom left me and I
.i..n ,!r f th mi-hL. and io three dsys I was
B.CU UIUIW "
miU be nappy to ie giuci "vt- 1