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NASHVILLE, JJSSmx THURS
ATOUST ?JB. 1853.
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paper will be sent out of the State unlcas the order is jUSy
companied with tbe cash. f ' .'o;
jockey- :u race;?.
THE Fall Meeting over theNnshville Course will com- I
micn.M0NDAYttl6 cf$e beiyl858, d I
continue tnrougn ui e.weeK.- , . -.
Trri Diy, Monday 2C Swecpslaics for untried 2 y olds;
?100 entrance, 50 forfeit mile. heals. ' T
Jo Averson enters BailyTeyton's cb. c.'by IVagner.'datn
by Leviathan, r ; . ' . '.'
W O Harding eaters ch f, by -Amtawdpr out xS 4le
King by Priam. " ,
Wiley Taymrcntors c, Wellirgton, byJVagonerrtam
by Stockholder: lMftTOgmgTa'BoTereIgn7Ham
Jo Arorson enters ch, f.-Fraak Pierce,tbjl iSovcreign dani
by I-eriathn. 4h-
S H Bugg cn(ers ccfLady Green, fyjBeji-hazzar, dam by
Third, IM), VTtiirtonlay JSweejstikM for 2 year olds,
?100 entrance. $"0 forfeitj mile out., i a-,. ...
VTY Woodfolk "enter? b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock
holder. W.ii Harding enters ch f, by Shamrock out nTGannna.-
P i'owler eoters.g c Little Arthur, by Glencoe out ofiJlue
Itonnet, hy Imported Hedford,
Jo ATcrsoa enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara How
ard. Also,h c, br Sovereign: dam by Leviathan.
Fourth Day, 2'hurvUy ay Jockey Club -Purse, -11100
mileilieats, . - .
Fifth ,J)ayr Tri&ay GO Jockey Club Purse, 200 two
mile heals. '
.S'fe(A-, Satvrd.iy Ocltler 1 Proprietor's Purse, &i50
mile beats best tbice in fito. TALDERSO,
aiiglO t.:j Proprietor,
VALNUli. JOCKEY ChVO. ASSOCIATION
THE' FALL MEETLVG over this Conrse'will commence
on Monday, the 3d day of October, 1353, 'and continue
tbroughnufthe week, viz:
Fjfcsr Iat Mondav Sweepstake for Two year olds; .
The dash of a mile. 103 eatr, $50 forfeit. Clo.- J ' with
Gen. W. W. 'Woodfiilk ent b. c by Sovereign, out of the
dam of Compnwnif, by Slockholde r. - -
Gen. W, (J. Harding ent ch. C b Shamrock-dam Gam
ma by Pacific
Jo. Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, "damT Clara
Hoxard.byimp Barefoot - '
Also ent brc by Sovereign, dam Jane .MUdiell by-imp
Scos.T Dat Tcssoir Sweepsfakei for three year elds,
mile heats, 8150 emrance, -50 iorfeit Closed with -three
Jo Avcrsoa enters Balie Peyton's cli, f. by Wagner, dam
Cbra by Eclipse.
Gen V G Harding enters b. f. by Epsilon, dam Beta, by
Also, ch. L by Ambassador, dam Kate King, by Imp.
Tried 'DavWedkesdat. Association Purse $230
two mile heats
Fonrrn Dat Tbcbsdat. Associalion Pnrse $150
Firrn DatTiutjat. Sweepstake for three year olds,
t wo mile heals, S200 entrance, $50 forfeit Closed -with
fire eateries. . ,
Gen W G Harding enters b. c by Epsilon, dam Nanny
Killutr. Imp. . .
GU Wdluims enters ch. C by "Wagner, dam Eudora, by
rriaia. ' "
Jo Averson enters b. c Frankjierce, by Sovereign, dam
by I.-no. Leviathan. , ,
S H'Bag enters ch. Lady Greene, by Belshazzar, dam by
Sir Ilichard. , .
Wiley Tatlor enters ch. c "Wellington, by Wagner, dam
by Stockholder. . "
Sixni DAT-SAirccAT. Association Purse $400
four mile heats. E. B. GLASCOCK,
MaaBies Reaper and
KEFEU the Fanners to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley- i have, feen it in
opcrationsereral times, I am satkfied of its great utility. As
he scaion is advancing, I now ofierthose I have on hand for
200, " L.P. CIlEATHAiL
juac29, 1653. asiviiie, ienn. , ,
Nashville, Jono2?,-1853. -J
Cox. L. P. Chiatham: Dear Sir; I have bc;-u using ,
t he fKeAp,ingandSl0TiingMachine',pitententedby3Iaiiney
at Illinois, unicnyouarenowouenug m u.e cacxuiw iw
neasee. It is a rmsr bate labor savivo .Machixe. . Jt works
KE ITLT end HAWLLT. ine amouui cui per uy will ucjiciiu J,
ririnrm-illvurnn the Piiee.1 of the team. Iftheteamcan
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap orAlow", fifu-en acres
n ten hours. 11 1 entitled to the confidence of the puLlic.
I, L.F. Bradlev now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
niike the following statement: We have had formore than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's' mowing and reaping
..i.mo ir nivtr5iil it in clover and irrain blown and tan
J..S l. :i ll II U 1111., I
gled, and 1 uow state that jtmows and cuteclcaijerth.in.the ,
cytbe ljUde, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands and itcan reapat least tenty-four acres per day- I
juue2-tAw. UF.BILVULEY. j
WESTERN MILITARY EJSTITUTE 1
Drmnnn fipriwjs, Henry covnhj, Ky.
f"pllE first term of the seventh annual session ofthis tl t
X College commences tLerfoM Jo.fcry in-.yfwn- M
la; 18W, and the second iermou the jirst Jionday tu tii
lull'iwiiw l 'thrvary.
The Faculty convsUofnineexpericnced professors. The
number of cadets in attendance lust session was 227, of
whom l't were from Tcnnesee. The course of studies em-Tii-AivM
th Scientific course of the U. S. Military Academy
and tlwnmgh instructions in History, English Literature,
uul tlieGrerkand iAtin Languages. StudenU are 'admit- '
tod to a select course, including umi r.ngineenng, 'uocein
LmguapH", Book Keeping, with Commercial practice and
oilier uraucnesai uicirupwiu
The Military feature is not introduced merely to diffuse i
Military knoivledge, but to promote discipline, health and
phvsicjl devolopment !
Cliargeaforltiitiou, boarding, rooms, fuel, lights, washing, '
serviuits' attendance, aud ue of furniture and arms t0 !
jier ternu Surgeim's fee $3 per term. For further infnr- i
ination address A 0. Smith, Esq., Louisville, Ky., "Smith & j
Johnoon, 67 Majraiinc street, New Orleans, or B. R. John
son, Superintendent jnly2g ldmAw4
A MOST strange and irreconcilable fact meets us at the (
veiy threshold of our remarks on this valuable medi. i
jne. It is thhc tliat no mi-dical preparalion adapted to
1 lie varion diseases of children and youth, has ever been j
offered to the public, while at tbe same 'ime it is established j
by the mow accurate lames oi mortality mat one-hair mt nu
rr fnmHutUthffvre reachingJJie age nf five wort.'
AVe "should suppose that to lliis great cls of human suf
ferersthis oue-tialf of the race the most anxious and ear
nest attention would hare been given: that medical skill
would have been taxed to its utmost capacity to find out a
nvdicine to which mothers aud nurses might resort uuder
the constantly recurring necessities which present tbem
tselves in this connection. The world is literally crowded
withioedicinesfor',buttowards tliesufTeriiigsof clul
dren no one has seemed to turn jirojicr attention. No one
Ion ivgarded their condition. No one has seemed to think
it possible that the ravages of disease and death among iliem
might be staved. It is true that there are numerous Ver-
mihigcs and Cordials of some value, but none of these is
confined exclusively to one or two forms of disease; The
Graefenberg Children's Panacea is the only medicine extant
m either hemisphere th-1 is at all worthvof being called a
Children's Medicine: or that supplies the great want allu
It is invaluable and unsurpassed in cases of infantile jaun
dice, gripiugand flatulency, diarrbo-a, cutaneous eruptions,
the thrash, teething, fallin of the fuiidmueut, convulsions,
rickets, riiigwoim, scald bead, measles, crmip, worms, chol
era infantum, wasting of the body, and all dea.-s incident
to theyejrs of childhood.
Price 50 cents per bottle
For sale at all the Drug Stores, In "town and cimtif rv. and
bv ALEX MACKENZIE.
"julylS .Nashville, Tenn. J
" PACTS THAT ARE FACTS. I'
VaT'iO docs not know that LvoNStt Co., keep always on i
VV hand the finest Cicars and Tobacco to be ld in i
town. AU we ctn say to those who are ignorant of this, is
to request them to call aud examine our' stock, and they '
will sooo bc conviuced that such is the case. Doiit forget ,
the L'-ont (Lyons) Den, No. In, Cedar street !
Tobaccos. We arejast in receipt of a large lot pt i
smoking and chewing Tooacos, consisting- of some of the' i
finest brands, fine cut and in plug, For s.ile either whole '
sale nr retail by LYONS A CO.,
nAFEl VrUSi;. .lUK.wu lect ganuine oaieiy ruse,
n bv the original manuiact nreri, lorsaie uy
3 CHEATHAM. WATSON A CO.
jvlS at W. ll.Gonnov & Ca's.. Public Stmare.
CO PARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION.-The Ca
partnership hereiolorecxisttug under the firm of.so r.
UiLtUA A Co, is this day dissolved bv mutual consent
L. S0UN, . ,
A FRANK A CO.
Wm, TT1RV23 E S
f-cn TANTED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
VY J-bia w will giro the highest market price.
VMfc , PEN. JL NOEL BBC-
THE TJ1 TED riEEMEITS TNSUSA5CE COMPAHY.Di
i iinrrarnn iir r aiv ivioih.
COpiCS, A-IlS j Carina" TnMr- nrnxTm?p 1s
silhe'ehd-J ' IaKt ta feks "on descHp
tions of property, against loss or damages by
r .lon.Minid npriifi nf the spa nrinland nar-
ifTition. (jPrppositigns for insurance "will W received ufthe
tiffice ol lhfe fashvillelnnnrance and Trust Co, College St.
- -J' A W. JOHKSOK. 1nidi!nti
fCpJIHEEqiI- IKtrEAlICE COEPAKY.,.
t CaiBLtSTOX, SOOTH CABOUXA. '
-fi , j. .Capital 250,000! All Paid In.
IIIAY.E.Jbeen appointed Agent of the above Company" at
Nashville, and tun fullrpreparedj4o Jake Harine, Fir
AfullstateinenloTthe sol'teucy-of 'the Company can be
seen"atlheoffice of the NashviUe Insurance and Trust' Com-
panr, oil Ciille'ge street, , , , -
wp!8 , , JOHN.&ASHIELjJnt
tSemutual protection ihstteance coispamy
- c.-owashville.- tennessee.. '
.FFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining tbePost OflSce, and
I V ) opcosittjtheVeraudA'rifl insure pa thu mutual prihr
opposite tne verauaan, wui imiuc u u. iuu.ij.i
ciple, Ubusesilercliandize, Ac, agamsi toss or Aamajjjuy
re Steamboats on any of the W cstern waters against, the
.-.. 7nl'ruTKaTi(ration"End tlie.Careocs of Vessels of
every description against the Perils of the Seas and JRivers.
a i 11, o T nf Tiprsnnsln rraod health, for a sincle year.
forBterrJ-orvears,-orduruiglife. Abo, Bank Notes trails-!
mitted ptTmail. . . ...
All persons baring their lives or property insured m this
Institution, are entitled" to a full participation in all the prof
its, without any liability to lo3 beyond the amount of Pre
miuniif which they may paji- - .. ,
TT . ' m: & riLCHER, President,
' J. B.J01IXS0N,Yree President
C. XiX "WnAKtos, Secretary. U"l
TENNESSEE KASINE AND FTBE INSUBANCE COIiT
PANY. CAPITAL SloO.OOO: ,
OFFICE on the North ide of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on nouses and Goods of every de
scription againsffire? en-Steamboats' and Cargo against fire
,and the rCk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats ana
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
'the usual terms. JOHN JL HILL, President
Joswrt. Vjlulx, Secretary. ,
TLnKcroHS. AleJC Alitsou, John M. Hill, P. B, Pogg; G.
3L Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joeph W oods, feam--
ucl Seay, Jlatthew Watson, J. J. uiw, jacuu jicumiw.
Jfcw York tife Insnrance Company,
iio. 106 Broadway, New York.
OS THE JJIUT VA-Xj 1' L A S ,
Accumulated Capital (8500,510.00.
r: rnxxBAV, actoajlt . fkAski-ib, rau'r.
T7-T Twtnl number nf Policies' Issued by this
Company up to Jolr 1st, 1SW eicht thouiand
tlx hundred and eiglityone.
VTTnirti!Rriil mada anunallr on all Life Po-
lletela shap9 o'rtocUjhaaringintercit aithe rate ot per
cut. , , . ,
" yrj" The dividiada heretofore have always averaged from
49 to 50 per cent. . , ,
Try Persons tatlD oat Policies for the whole term oi
life cin give their note at 12 taoilths for 40per cent of the
premium, and pay60percentlncaih.
Appticicatlons for riks, prosectus of the company, or In
formation relating to the snbjeclor Lire Iueurauco may bu
lnaitBattheofBceorthe-UBderalgnedCansral A?enl for the
Statenf Tennessee". JOSEPH JiASU,
oiBceN. W. cornor.'Public Square
opposite Planteri' Bank. .Sa,livlle,us. 10, 1852.
HABTF0KD LIFE INSUBANCE COMPANY, HABT-
James Dixok, Pres. , Hkkr't L. JUllee, Sec'y.
' Capital and Surplus 8300,000. .
Iksuhascs on lives of white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plin.-
Aiso. Insurance on the lives cfJicsroes, on reasonable
Jan 15 tim Agent.
' L.It' lJiSUKASt'B.
tna Insurance Co. of Hartford.
IiTPB BPART ENT.
Annuity Fund $150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY held pledged, and appro prlated,g
111 wl its reserved accomaUllons, by the chartnra
and regulation of the Company, to the payment of Annu
Itej auii losses upon Insurance on Lire, sna In noeventlla
bleforother debts, contratU, liabilities, or engagamcnuof
Tnos. K. Bbaci, PresU, S. L. Loosns, Secretary;
E A. Uci-L-v, Vice J. VV. ScT-ona, Act'y, Presdent. x
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
. A. tiUl.KUT, JOHM L.BOSWKLI.,
HoaraT Bceil, Roland MiTBta,
MilbsA.Tcttlz, Kdwi G. HiFtrr
HSXRA Q. -P-ATV.-
Thlstelng a-Jolnt Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted onHhecaeh system, the Managers have adopted a table
of rates orpremlum as low as Is consistent with safety aad
raw Zoerthanthoe of the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on whlto persons, received by the
undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesof the Compa
any, and any information relative thereto.
r'KlslC8 on slaves against diseases and accident causine;
death, taken; Polices "issued and losses adjusted at ihU
Agency. JOS SASH, Agent,
OffleoN. W. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Bank. Nasnvtlle, ang. 10, 1852.
.K.W:sto, M D. Offlcohouri,3to5,r..
ROB-KT C. I'OSTEK, M. D.(
THE NASHVILLE MANTJFACTTIBING COMPANY.
I TAV1XG, at great expense, procured the most recently
A impnircd machinery and tools for the construction of
the heaviest wmk in metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are
prepared to make to order Railroad Machinery, such
a3 Womotivej. Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Snds,itepr Cars and aU work appertaining- Railroads.
Steam Easiness. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
i . :!, Kr.;ia iha Ko.t Tnnnwivfl Iron.
utXvIiu)w1wwcIi iw'u-'. .7 Z. , q T
Jar JllilS llltea up compieie, mm iuu wo
Rn, omlimelrur the latest imiirovements. GristiUiIIs.
V , ir"i.: f II-
EngineJ and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all siies.
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
nc$arv appurtenance "made to order at short notice
In all iasefr where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
pu'np the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, f that
he inav continue to cperatcthe engine, &c
Brass and Iron Caf tings of any tize or description, with
Sliaftinff. Mill Geericg, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, .made to Order. .
1 Informal.! .n cheerf.Uly given and orders received by
imoru lb THOMPSON, President
' N. B. The highest prices paid for' old Bras3 and Copper.
AAA REVtAKU.l will pay i
I llllllin a ni- nprsnri or ierms.
REW AIIIJ I will pay theabove reward
as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
' of the dennmiuatiirt.3 of lfin, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur
! chase single warrants ot either denomination.
R. II. BR0CK A i
Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door
utli.il t in I let. Nashville. octl4 ni27.
STILL THEY COME! FRESli akuivaa.o iia ii
i nnpuriTION DJJFIED ! I !
rpHE subcriler respectfully anniiunces to the citu
I zensofNashville and surrounding country that
jle ;s still receiving Luge additious to his already lm-
mense stock of
Gents rashionable Spring and Snmmer Ready
which he is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Already in store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed, Cash
merette, Flush, Drapd'Efe. Silk Lustre and Grass Linen
f l. -mil 1nlt.a ViaLs. Ac &r. Ac
Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
i .Tirv.wtsK n fine nssortment of Gent's firmishinjr arti-
cle.s consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats; Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac .
Also, a variety of Youths and Childrens' Clothing, from
three years of age upwards. L. POWERS,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. S4 Market fat, directly op
positt- Union street .
ta-j'o connexion with any other house m the city.
N. IL Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of uieu. . L. P.
Couutry Merchants in parUcUidr 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 srk
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT B0ARDE1.
. .1-1 1 , -11 T... . .. T J ...... l.u ,mlfM.-
This long esiauusuea aim eu'nu uo na
cone a thoroiiKh alteration throughout, and furnished with
Sew and fkshioueble FUUNITUllE.. '
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
maikctaffotds; and the 'Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
Dourf. both with t.ervants aud tbo regulations of the house
geuer-lv, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
th:e that may favor him with their - .
VT HAiAR) Powder Company of Connecticut:
.1SK10 te Kentucky ruwuer,
.M; halfkesrs .do -do. .do.
12V do do;
6V do do;
-5'.) qr. ki3 do? do ' do
50'J kegs Deer dd - do -
10(M kegs Blasting do
501) Ilrt do (T. kc?s each") do
25 ;do do;
'23 do do;
125 do do;
The ab-.re. iMwder has nt been received ilrrect irom iue
maimf.c.ry trf the llaiard Powder Company the quaW?
) lll'U l..l.,l.'-V. .UK ..u. . - I , .
of whicli is well M nil iiiroiigiinui mo u icu o
rnarcli25 for the Uard rowder Uompany.-
- - PATENT CHOPPING MILL,
l'or Choppinc Com or other Grain,
a n artie't whi?k eeerv Farmer thoute Tiate.
TT will irrin.l witli one or two horse power, from four to
JL five bushels an hour cither fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve ve.u-3 old can keep it in order and run it it is aua p
IpiI In either Slnnm. IVntpr or Horse Power.
Having sold the eatire right of rnanufactunng and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. B. Cowan and A
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to pnrchase can
find them at J. M. Seabury's, on College street, where they
l be ns ippf w Me orders, isu s
ordcrsprouipilyhileiihy application at my rowaor Aapoi
Noith Ea.-t curiier Public Square, Nashville.
AI50-30,l00 fi-ct Safety Puse ofbcstqualify.
S.n. L00MIS. Agent
edandsrillbeildss cheap .as thexlMSapeat; liavingt en
UrgeJjriyWare,room'!,.I shall keep an assortment ot till?
berta superior Pianos, also Vlndow Shades, .Clocks, ilir
rora, ic. Furniture of alj kinds madto .order. .Article?
sentfree ta theBailroad snrobere in tbe. city. Remenw
ber45. Union street, Cheap tuniitoxB.lJepft,
T- r KOBE IfEW PIANCi3..
' 1 Ehave received bv recent arrivals' nine'
- -1-1. , : ' - i 111. I 1) " . .1 fT
more of these unnvalled PiAKOaT made!
hvJ. n. Tliinlifim and Adam Stodart Co.. off I
. varioo'sstyles.and sizes, which will, be sold" very low" Uer
cash or good noiesarawinginieresi, aoa wairaauiu i guc
satisfaction in every respect , .
aprSa feT.H.,ORBSNJIELn -CO.
j. u. cuKREiir;
Furniture Maauiacturer and .Dealer.
J J anu me-puouc gueiyr uc
a. full assortment if Furniture on
hand, consisting of Bureaus Wardrrobos, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs,Sof, Hiralia, BookC-se, ftiower-Bath
c.j 4c. ' , .
Ordered work and repairing done at the. -shortest notlco,
ond onvery reanable-terms,-with desjiatch. '
llattrasses of all kinds "made to order common shuck"
kept constantly on hand. '
Un dertaking Having just recelvf from J cw l ork
lot of the air-tight and air exausted Jletalic Coffins, al
orders for CoflSns can be filled in very short notice, from,
reT!ain Servants' to" 'the fine MetaUcpr Covered, and
very'reasonable terms; togethar with evcrything.neceasary
All orders left of my store on College street, No. !o, pppp
siie the Sewanee" House, will be punciually attended tp
both'nrghtanddiiy: J,H. CUIIKEY.
X. V Shaviiig, Dressing and Layinj out Corps, attend
ed to rln desired. bc et J. H. C.
! TlISSOLiT ION.
rpHECo-partt'ersliip heretofore existing under the stylo"
i ana nrm oi miLurs iiabt is iuwuhj miicu, u
nnilual consent. All persons indebted to the firm, are l"e
quested to make immediate, settlement, and all having
claims against tbe same will present them for payment
Either partner will e the name of the firm In liiiuidatioa
onlv. WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
July I, 1S53. HENRY HART, Jr.
I choerfuHy recommend St. Henry Hart, my successor
and lata partner, 0 tbe former friends and customers of the
House, and. respectfully Aolioit for blma continuance of that
patronage so liberally bestowed.upon thu late firm.
jaTylfa 1 " WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
JAUES D. LEHKES,
Prodncs and General Commission Merchaat,
PBOMPTtattention given tothp sal of COTTON, DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, &c,
c.,upon.wch adranccs will bemadtif required.
Orders promptjy filled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Hour, "Whisky, Ac, St.
Jif Agent for the sale of Siar and Tallow Candles, Sale
rahis, Pot and Pearl Ab'o, and Ird Oil, which will be fur
nished at lowed mwltt ratet ftWwat tktnmUsion.
"TTAIiUABLE mVE-LING HOUSE FOR
V SALE. The undersigned offefsibf halejtis residence
on Spring or Church Street, with tlin fqr qitt;re ifdesired
Terms made kuowu on application to
R. C. FOSTER, Sd.
Or in my absence to G. M. TOGO,
june 17 tf-
ceived, "2,0iW bolts of those
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors:
Halls. e toirether with a splendid
aswrtnient of Gold and Velvet Borders, Jire
dow Curtains, 4c -fgTOn
hand a large assortment of unglazed Papors, from
10 to 25" els per bolt
No. SOColIege street, next door Jo the SewaueeUpuse.
july!4 ' "
W. W. PINN,
41, MARKET STREET ,
BETWEKX OXIQS ANP TIJK .S.QUA.nE, .
n OL T AND VEEVET PA- SSTpti
IT VKTt HANOlXfiS. A arire ,QA
.?.,,!;f,.i -.Ht- ,rWiiasK
Decorative AVall Papers, all
the 1 itcst t rench designs.
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 All for sale, and Cheap fob
JTJST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCKAWAYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
sT Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that vspsg,
Stput's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET.
julyl9 IRA A. STOUT.
R ICII AND CHEAP JOODS AT NICHOL'S
CORNER. I have on hand a beautiful assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods, which will be soldat very reduced
prices, as the season is advancing. Great bargains may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and Lawns from 6c 10c 12c and 15c, and a fine
assortment of Berages of all styles, Silk Tiues, Evening
Dresses, Ac, ic Also a irood assortment ofMus.juito Net
tines. JAMES NICHOL,
junli ii o. id, v;or. jquare anu ct ai.
DISSOLETION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
iitingimder the sfyle of McNAIRY A FURMAN, ex
piredonthe 1st day of Julvinst. R. C. .McNairy will con
t'xue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness of the lafe firm. Signed R. 0. McNAIRY.
Nashville, July 8th, 1853. t t UHJU Aft.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending U, .mcm Alii l , my
late partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and respectliilly solicit a coniinuauce oi me pauuuugv
liberall v bestowed upon the late firm.
julyS Signed F. FURMAN.
UITE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. Dotted
Swiss, Plain do. superfine Corded and Checked do,
super fine .Mull and Nainsook-Muslins, Jaconets, Cambrics,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouucings, Jaconet and SwUs,
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLELLAND'S,
iune'l A,tl u 1 u4" .74 .
A rASTLES. SCARFS, c-
We have some veiy
in Silk. Lace. Arni
SSL Rich Mantles on hand, new style.
ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, White Crape Shawls, Muslin
do Lane do, which we will close out very cheap.
j,me'.!3 No 20. Public Square.
fCII DRESS GOODS. OnhandRich Silks,Dress
Rich Black Silks, super Black Gro de Rhines, Rich
Printed Bareges and Tissues, White Barages and White
Silk Marqunso, White Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses,
Emb'd Crapes, Rich Bcgede Lanes, Rich French Organ
diez, Muslins, Ginghams, Ac, Ac These Goods are very
rich and will be sold at very low prices, nt
jUnc23 No 20, Public Square,
rl'ALIAN MEDICATED SOAP.-Ior render
ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white and soft,
removingsaliowiiess, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles, or redness. Its soothiug influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the lormation of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalready formed, eliciting-on the cheek of agethe
clearness and smoothness of youth. Prepared by Dr. I. F.
Gouraud, 07 Walker St., 1st Store from Broadway, N. 1 ork.
For sale by leb'J GEORGEGKEIQ.
TTRENCII WINES AND IIRANDIES.-Always
Jh on lund, a well assorted variety of fore:gu mes and
Liquors, put up in wood and bottles, aud fur le Vr
fetyj GEORGii GItEIG. .
AN I) PEACIIES.Just re-
L cei re
r ceived. a fresh lot ot nue Apples ana rescues, pui up
in glass jars, and fur
' sale oy uiumui uncm.
7SIIEUSE. 50 boxes Western Resene Llieese, re
(J ceived and forsale by feba GEORGE GRE1G.
APPLE CHEESE. 75 boxes superior
X Gohen Pins Apple Cheese, received and for sale by
!ICS. On liand and for sale
a small lot of very fine
TTUM DROPS. A fresh supply of finest quality Gum
T Drops of various flavors, just received and for sale by
Vfb9 p GEORGE GREIG.
UOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
small sticks and iu half pound cake', put up in tiu foil,
. . . , r i nmunc r.ppio
and lor sale. oy ieuj
TTRENCII NEUGA CANDY Just received by
JT express a small lot of White French Neauga Candy jut
up in tin foil and for sale by GEORGE GREIG.
f- REEN TEAS. 50 cans fresh Grten Teas,'bermet
I T ically sealed, ou hand and for sale by
jglj'j ur.uiiua .iii i.n.r.
17RESir TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
I of Blaek aud Green Teas of the finest qualities import-1
ed. and warranted supetior, ior saie ov
J , . iivrt r;omn TTni ci.f
ICDl . o.i. umH'
I7OR HIRE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one
? 10 years old; apply to f R. X BALL0WE;
julylJ ucn l i, jo.ai mauenojt.
EOR SALE AT AUCTION . l win oner at puouc
Auction at the court house, on Saturday next, tbe80th
inst, 8 beautiful building lots, situated in Edgefield, a short
distance from the N. & Lj. Depot. Ttrms one ha If cash
and tbe balan ce'in one md two years, or without interest
with a lien retained ou the lauduntilthtr purchase money is
Tlie above lots front 50 feet on Short Street and run back'
150 feet to a 61 teen lect ouey, a pioi oi co cau De sicu ai
my office. K- A. BALLOWE, Gen'l Ag't
lulv 24 - "ciderick Street.
O TRAYED. from iue premises ui iu a suo crioer, on
t,,.w r.f list week f 28th of June,) a pair of BAY
HORSES about ISbands- 8 inches high, of a strong and
substantial appearance, between theaje ofC and 8 years
j v- MMiiniinr nrnrVs now remembered, other than
ULU i" l a - - , -
that one of tbe Horses bad a recent bruae or cut on his left
check bone, and had on when he escaped the bead-stall of a
leather halter. . ., , Tx ... .
Any informaUon concerning the above Horse will be
tbankfullv.recolved, is well suitftblyrewarded. if ; com
municated to sc-r. W. T; BERin, NajhnUe.
NashylUe, July 9-,lS5S. ' " " -J
f "riw TJVT'TifenT'iH kTTSATTVV. "nxro'nm.Tn I" ,
I , HM.'M l . WW VJI t
tjerOfxua ana Xrr(f Fnypinui sjr Mtntrai jJeautty,,
from' tetfeh' 1,-idifijreae.eniiy tvgtr, tktri & fc tT
MaAttoifrtUta-1 MaUna Mniiixi, ''"-r- - V
1 rrjHB Idrentoc of'this preparation-was for three. vears'Ss-
. i i 1 .4.lX' ia . a 'i. r
f at home and in Europe: butin vain; Ms case was pronounced
h.-pelasshrth(iusAni3,atid it was by accident that he suc
ceededjin cnriijg himselt, Sine he haj beco practicing nied.
icine,-.his tiiccsss innch, cases has been unrivalled-IlB
ha been awariioflhe iharedulity of thepublieand, conse;
quentiv saia nouimg lurimgn me piv oi ins own case,
until iho'-cfial'acler-of the- medicine was 'fully established
by its inccais, assoowa ,j the certificates wuich hayc oeea
I subidin theceriillrile of FroCM. GAsnznT.of. Mempbu.
Tend., with vrliom" I iften advised durihe'tlie time' ot my
lsipms, Tefin., April 17; 1532. -1
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with -lrvJ
N, Bledsoe andtsoaie rears- ro he was reduced X vd eve
jijowerthan ITiave ever seen any one that .afterwards recover- j
j? ed, with what Lsupposed to be Dyspepsia and Liver affection,
iu wr irjiug-,ueii!;ripijoiiaoi many 4 uyaiciaus in una
as well as other countries, without relief, he finally suceodad-
I.U . I. T. . I - . 1 1 J
win, ncNaiu n i4u, ,uyvn in Hpinir rtsiwviiu kaiu
health. II, GABBERT, ilv u.
Physicians ve requested to try this preparation. We
.feel satitfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this
; . ; v HusisvttLE, January 12,18.52.
Db. Bledsoe: I take tbe libertv and fell it to he mv duhr
torecommeud to all persons suffering from diseasi uf the
piomacn ana ijoweis, your 4teranve yompoiuKi, aa a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 years , had been under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea wheit having almost despaired of his recovery. I non-
eluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
f entirely cured him.. MICAJAH CAYCE.
HtU!T3riu.i!, Ocb 17, issa.
De. Bledsoe Some time.,has elajied since J gave s cei
uis duduc max niv wne naa iurinre? nr trn- rors i,n
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomacli
lruui uybpepsja. i aaa ineu m butu wijORt 1 uiougut to be
the best physicians In the plaee aud a great mauj uifferen
medicines, with momentary relief. Beinj pert.iiaded to. try
your alterative compound, I did sd andl am happy to say
that It his entirely cured her J and I would contcienfioly
recommend it to all persons suiTerimr from disea&cs ,of the 1
livcranddyspepBia. NVB. ROBERTSON.
HnfTsyiLiiL 8epl.20, 1831,
D BlbtjSOe Having seen Ihe'piiblicAtion of your Alter--ativeCompomid,
I think it my duty te say to the public; that
I had Leen for years tqbject to spelU of Cramp Colicj iu its
wort form i that I had triid almost every, thing t)uit is gi
yen by physicians, and never" found any thmg that would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which nas
relieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
. Giles Cocifir, Tenn Dec 2-1, 1S.)1.
DBtsfjiOE: I fefil that I should fall ihcrtcf mv dutv
to you and to thosa who are atfficfSii, wefel ffirtttrftJ
icwuijivuu )uw .-umxuure iiiiKiunu. it uas enmxiy re
lieved.nie, so that I have not had cause fo take uny thing in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, aud
believe my health is as good usit ever is. at my advanced age;
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
cau on you. i am very'respectiuiiyrouririenu.
ELIZABETH J, IIARW00D.
JIOrrsviLLE, ALu, August 24.1351.
This is to ccrf ifv, that I hail suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Fhysfciau after ITiy
sieian 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 of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
mce. JOSEPH CAR0THERS.
Hcktsville, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dr. Bljd$oc Sir ; Judging from the certificates you
have already advertuad, it wUJ be almost tmriecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the bealinff virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, that for years 1 suffered" a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought tliat I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. G0FF.
S9Tbe above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the city, andmo3t of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DER3H0TT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine 2TPrica $1 per pint Bottle. novl8 lyd tr
DB. FEASE'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of hisbairand
had been bald for many years; by tbe use of three Lot
Uti of tic iLigneiic Ointment, had hU hair entirely re
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about SO years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle He had
tbe benefit of the, best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy Cithsr could procure, withrrqt avaiL Jt wa one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the u-e of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he was tkorovaluy ciirtd, andfor seven months past has'
enjoyed robust health.
Thus as an extreme case of inflammation of Hie tpleen,
of long standing; lias avaiiety of treatment from no less than
eiglit different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint-'
ment. This was fourmonths agoand the lady (aMre. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I have treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Fye with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
Mind, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afhicted 13 years, the other
about 9yeais. They had tried tho best physicians 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 hail expended hundreds of dollars in
vam efforts to etfect a cure. 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 of cases of Piles, aud in w case km it
failed of girirur hmivTiaU relief and ttneraUta vcrtrutneiii
"cure. I cavealsoused if beneficijlly in seme cases of Ery
sipelas. And last hut not least, I have within tbe last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment ia nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently le
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public Rpsptdtfully Yours,
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1830, Amelia, Ohio.
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment
Tor sale by H. G. SC0VEL,
BERRY A- HEMOVILLE.
mayl! CARTWRIUHT ARMSTRONG.
THA A STOUT.
ill A N' UP A C T V R E R ,
No. 5 CuAtui Strket, Nashville, Tkxk.,
Xextdoor to 11. S. FrterKt tirocery VTareliouee,
jxmte Jlorrui a: Strattun e
A LL kinds of Kirriases for sale; with harness ,
r to suit. All work sold by me is made at Jl
the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work
oiuuc -iviauur jsu.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons' leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. fmarlo.
I HAVE this day associated with mc in the Saddling Bu.
sinessmv son. A C. MARCH. The business, iu future"
will be conducted iu the name of J. D. March A Son. All
persons tudebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment " J. D. MARCH.
jiT l uanwui tor tne liberal Miare oi paironagc nereio
fore, a continuance of the eamo is respectfully solicited.- .
jau2 J. 1). MARCH A jiON.
SITUATION WANTEDA lady of long experience
aud superior qualifications to instruct uu the' PIANO
FORTE, desires a situation in a public Seminary or private
family. The best of refctence give Address' box 14i, N h
villeP. 0. . iy8-4wtw.
.HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
1-AJLiti 61 UUnilW"'"l
No. 47, College Street, Nashville, Tesk.
A RE now in receipt of their entire stock of II ARDWARE
J. and CUTLERY for theSprintrTrade, and 'in calling
the attention of the merchants of Middle and Easf Tennes
!e, Kentucky, and North Alabama, totheir large and varied
assortment, .they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with thnl any House in any country, and when the
, -w . . .... ','TTnxr t
item of Transportation-is considered, it will be found that'
lur-mteresl soould prompt an ueaieis m mia bbciioii oi uie
country ta encouragaa home market.
Thev also invite the attention of Blacksmiths. Carpenters,
and Farm ere visiting-Nashville to their assortmtat ot Tools,
e arming Implements, Ac, a isrgv siotk oi wnicn tney always
keep on haad. - . '
' Feaihere, Gintsngtma Seesrfax, taken at tho highest mar-
Ket pnees in exensnge ior goo, or iu paymeni ot aeots.
Feb. 2$, 1853. -' - 1 '" ' '
(GENUINE SCHEIDAJI SCHNAPS. We liave
T a few donof th isjfirie Lignor. For'sale at.,a,low
nrica .t ' , LYONS i'.CO,v. ..
.a'yl8 '"- -" . .Ka'l.VCtret -
OUR Goods arc selected and purchased by ourfelres,
with great care in the best markets, which: enables us
to sell lot? for OAS1I, Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dryj and we sell as cheap as any house in the conn
try. Toys; Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Revolvers and Self
cocking; Spanish Cigars, Arc, Arc. jnTy tf.
,SINGR'S, PATENT STRAIGHT NEEuLiJ PRiN.
Shcured" by two Distinct Patents.
THESE extraordinary Machines have had numerons di
plomas and medals atvurded to them, as the best Sew
ing Machines ever devised. Tbey now form one of tbe most
attractive features of tlie Great Exhibition t& the Crystal
Palace in New Yorki
Ttja pitiprieloni having perfected their great manufactory
in New York, are now able to. produce the Machines at a
cheaper rate, and have determined to (rive the benefit to the
public, by reducing the price Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will be sold at either of onr regular offices
3100 Ciishj without Dcdnction or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities of these Machines for sU the
work of the Clothier. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler,
Cairiage Trimmer, Cap Maker,, and Corset Maker, it is un
necessary to speak. The character of the machines for tLese
branches of business is established, and they are knopn
jaud admitted to Le the moat perfect mstrqmgn ts for the pur-,
pose ever devised. Tll3 oleifprofri on each machine is
iroin 50O to 51 oik) a vcar. derjendlu-' on the fmeuess and
; difficulty of the work done. We desire to call t'w particu
lar aiicauoa ot auin-ana iiur- ija.mjMtrurers w our ma
chine for stitch g fine linen and cotton goods. We can
satlsT any persou Interested that no other machine has ever
done or can do this kind of stitching perfectly. The price of
the machine includes the necessary article for usiu,
When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate use,
and full printed iu-structuns fornsing are furnisliml.
Either of the Express Compnies,"cr Merchants visiting
the places where our effieearc Jocatcd, aSord a convenient
medium forpurrJiaalng tnuchinc
Principal Office, No. 823 Broadway, N. Y
JL ui ftL'v csmngtoii atjjpsuiB,. -Bif
Off'CK. 7$" ScVtrnih-St.1 Philadelphia.
iiBANCH umas- No, 15S Baltimore St, Baltimore.
(No. 1S7 Elm St, Cincinnati.
julySO 3m ' I. M. SINGER. 4 CO'. '
TOTVERSITY OF NA3ITVTL3--DICAL DEPART
THE Third annual Course of Lectures iu thU Department,
will commence on Tuesday the first ofNovember next,
mill ontinn. till Ihi, first lh wtisulllir Mnrrll. -
Pacl F. Eve, M. D-, Principles and Practice of Surgery.
Jolis M. Watson, JL D, Obstetrics and the Diseases of
women anq iimuren.
A 11. Bcchanax, M. D, Surgical and Pathological Anat
omy and J'hysiology
W. K, Bowixvo, M. D. Institutes and Practice of Medi
cine. C. K. WpfiTqjr, M. D., Material Medica and Medical Ju
Robkut T- PortTEf!, M. D-, General and Special Anatomy. J
J. liEEaiEX iiixrsLET. it 1) vnemistry ana f narmacy.
WiluaijT. Bbigqs, M. D. Demonslratorof Anatomy.
The Anatomical rooms will be open'for students, on the
first Monday -of October.
A full Preliminary c-ure of Le tures will be given by
the Pnifesssors, commenc ing also on the first Monday of Oc
tober. The Students will have free access to the Stale Hospilal.
Feeof each Professor S15. Matriculation ticket Jo ; Dis
secting ticket ?I0. Graduation fee S25.
Good board can be obtained in tbe city ut from. $2 50 to.
$3 per week. Further information mav bo obtained by ad
dressing the Item J. B. LIN'DSLEY, M. D,
Nashville, July 80 wAtw, Dean.
CAUTION TO OWNERS OF COTTON.
THE undersigned dealers in arid manufactures of Cot
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton to
them for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that
the samples drawn from the edges of the bale will fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of the whole bale; other
wise they mil claim, from the seller or owner, as damages,
the difference between tbe actual worth at the time the fact
is aScertaineJ, and the original cost, with all expenses in
curred pluvious to detection, and the cost of returning the
cotton should it be returned. And furthermore, that we
will whenever a palpable case of fraud in packing cotton is
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers of
this city, with the names of the seller, owner and ginner.
Tbe undersigned are compelled to this conrse by the-frc-quent
cases of fraud detected in miter and faUdy packing
cotton rreulung frequently in heavy losses to the owner,
and will if continued, lower the character of Nashville Cot
ton, and thereby injure those n ho pick cotton honestly.
ANDREW ALLISON, Agent,
Tenn. Manufacturinir Co. Lebanon.
CHEATHAM, AVATSON & CO.,
Of Sreamore Milb.
J. A R. YEATMAN.
, . - Alisonia Manufacturing Co,
. WM. B. ARMISTEAU CO.
JOHNSON A SMITH.
JOHNSON, H0RNE & CO.
J. A. MclLLSTER tb CO.
P. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
TnE next session nf thU popular Institution will com-
mence the first Monday in September, and continue ten
months with the exception of the Christmas holidays.
The male Department will be as heretofore, under the
rhnrm nf ft W . Callender. A M Prin cioal. aud Profe5S.)r
of Anrient and Modern Languages, and Pure and Mixed
Mathematics. ITut 1 nomas r. mtcn, a. is., win uave
charge ot the Scientific and iglisn Departments.
The Institute is pleasantly situated on the Murfreeslioro'
Turnpike, five miles from Nashville. The Geological and.
VinumlnmRil mhinet is very birre: which, with an exten-
ive 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 often Jlonths.
One td fdne ia adainre.
Tuition in Classical, Mathematical and Scientific
Depar tmjnt, -English
French or German, (extra) ...
Turiftftnt 1 fi-P ......
f 52 00
Board per week (i pricatefamilics) including Waslung,
Fuel and Lights $1 75 to $2 50.
Fiir further particurs, address C. W. Callcnder, A. M.,
Nashville Tenn. N. BROWN.
July 17, '53 -2m. Cldiirman of Trustees.
TtIN3SEE BAPTIST FE1IALE LNSTITXirE.
rpHE next term of the Tennessee Baptist Female Institute
I willcommeuce on Monday, Sept 12, 1S58. '
. . . e ...-. -II. T- 1 Tn.lTl..4.
lnetcacners, recenuy oi iue ia5iiviue r aio i"i
will make every effort to secure to those entrusted to their
clmrce. a tlioniush aud judicious education and would be
. " J . -..y. ,1 nrtt.:.i:.n,ci.rnatlri-i
pieaseu to receive iuu jjuiru.iau ui men v .v--Information
may Le obtaim.il of
Rev. JOS. 1L-EATON. D. 1), Pres't Board Trust's,
JAS. F. FLETCHER, Esq , Secretory.
iuIvSS 3m end or of the Teachers.
THE following list of articles in our warehouse, whicli
have been in Store from 1 to 10 years, if not called for
in eodayswill be sold at Auction for charges; v:
2. boxes Jackson A Walker;
- 1 " A Harwood;
1 ' M W Sloan;
1 " Delworth, Taylor A Co;
100 " Montagues Balm, for teeth;
1 " F Johustuii;. . '-
2 " T M 0euu,. . ..
S " Graves A Vcnable;
3 " A AVilsou; ,' " .
1 packoge; R Mom'sson;
1 small box; D M'Tajlorr
1 do do JuoNathans;- -"
4 trunks, noma rk:r .
1 Plouijh . do;" . . . ,
1 Basket Waggon, do; - ,
l'Cupboard fdor" J- ' "
IBox '.do; u
1 Hat Stand do;
1 JJot Cast Sfeel do;
1 u Gas l'ipes' d.V,
im JOHNSON A SMITn.
rf-tXAS LANDS. We have 15,000 Acres ofInd,
JL lying in various portions of Texas, which will be sold
low: or exchange'd in part for Afine Jock, Stallion, two or
three fine Carriages, goodBropd -Mai es, 4c. The title.4 are
good. The pafeuts caa be seeu by callingat our office. Ther
land is allot excelle'at quality, consisting of timber and,
M RU C00 Acres of flrstrats Cotton Land. Ivineon
Cumberland river, in the neigh borliood of the Hermitage.
It is all under goodfence and in a high state of cultivation.
It'is susceptible of being divided into four or five small
tracts, with pleasant building Mte on each, and Well watered
GLOVER A BOYD, Agents,
july 30 No 50, Cherry-Street. ,
T -AND WARRANTS. We are btiying and paying ,
1 .. , , , -r , ti, a nw KTM 1 Va
lor l..v:i if n iii.. -.
jhe. cash r-mhted .or pud jODTERPEAS: ' '"O. '
iljail ' 1' 'X "" j-
. i in. v.rr nm imi iniw
. sons at adistance having wanauts tosell hven ''n?.;L "?
by ail or otherwise may, depend, on getUD? u-,-6! j
,' nrices at which they areaellimt at the time in Nashvilw fu-
- - - - . - j i-- -
Ths Trnly JortanatB aid'Fared
Lottery- Agents and Brokers,
W r- E F 5 &
iiLr'I5T Staccr, I!.u.timqre, Marhixd .
.,Re.tf'e wnoliale benetiu bt-towed last month.
$10,010 Sold t anew (Vmxnn'T,, t tv,
?12,)00sold to a Farmer in Ohio. :
$13,000 sold to a planter In Mixsissippi.
fr.OGJ-sent to a Ladrin VtrpTuia. "
15,CVSC3 to an old Cwrespbudent in South CaroliM.
3m,i0 Hold to a Merchant in Baltimnw -
ij .iXijAciitinpacfcaWhilei-toaClubinPenn. ,
eio.se-nin pacKagctoUorrcspondentin N.Caroliw -812,000
sent to Savannah, Georgia.
FbC briliiaut Prizes, always mail your order.", ,'- '
PYFER CO., aX 1 lightstr, MalHrt
rs,' "'CM method to draw a Prize it to
hfeuratf Vicnce of every day strehgth-
78 Nos. ,
73 Nos. ,
75 Nos- .
75 Nos. "
75 Nos. .
78 Nos.. .
j e i'aCT
13 drawn Ss 2S-0
4 51 2,1,000
5 - '20.000
' 14 drawn
. 14 drawn
6 5 of.20,000
i 1 drawn
MEfDrawimw forwarded ' toCurresnonilenfc
by the first
maim oiicouB luuenei are urawu.
JfJorrespimdent will pleaso onler a fev. lays before
the lotteries are drawn.
.:i.. Ann Vi j . j
There is larg per oentage in fiv
whoorlcr-by the Package, aud the
of thelargest Prizes in theSclienu
We advise the rmrchasc j f Package
- cf theso purcluisers
.aiice-i of drawing foirr
ro the- cby secured.
Tickets in every in-
!W"Bank Drafts or Certificates of kmositu ruble in Gold
.at sight, .will be promptly remitted x those worrespondenls
who draw prize at PvFER A CD'S
f Reu:nber A PACKAcaof 'ticsiEr?, cji drawrotm
of tbo nnwt splendid prizes in a tcheine.
t? in iiruer to secure a fortune, ao,t tber-a immediate-
ly after the result is known, the readers oftir.s paper have
oniy io reuui c&wi limns or pnie l'Clccts, tpjM JWfcJ
luuiea, tar tuned and truly. Jfif&H haum and Lottery
,i5iV"" " i'ii-at tu
july30 lm No 1 Light treet. Bab more. Md.
SINGULAR EXPOSE ANDitlGULY INFLAMED STATE
Caused. by tlie astonishing reports, whicli spreading like
-wild-fire already exteud from oce end of the American Con
tinent to toe other, rousinpthe seosibilitiej, and startling
like THE TRUMP OF THE ARCH-ANGEL,
Mankind from their inexcusable and lamentable inerti-
n:ot nervous and intense excitement openinsr
the human family to " -
A MOMENTOUS SUBJECT,
which vitally concerns their dearest interests, nad' raising
the drapery curtain that concealed from .6rtaf vision for
unnumbered ages, i
THE GLIMPSES OP THE fUTURE !
Rumors disclosingclearly to tho astonished senses of" un
told multitudes, the Modvt Operand by which mdiridiiaU
from erery gradoof societysuddccly become the proud pos
through the workings of that most beautiful system, genei
rouslv given to the world" bythe untiring energies,"aud rest
less philanthropy of those well known benefactors of the hu
HYERS & KcGILL
dcaiirs ts ivnx DE(narno-r"of"
Ladies' end Gantlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Qoo&s,
On OoSeije street, on door Svuth of iKe Square.
WHERE may be found at oil Umesa large nsforf
ment of Winchester's, Davis & June's, A. Myersr
Patent Shoidder Seam Shirts, of Linen', "Muslin with Lin
en Bosoms, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Sbaked Silk, Cash
mere, Ylgonia Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gaiters, Gloves, Kid and
Silt, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silt Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Tits, Waterfords, Albert,
De JoinviUe's, plain, Emb'd and self ljusting, Cravats
Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsy, Riding and
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chambre, TJmbreUas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whip, Trunks, Sole IeriValwsi,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases Wort Boxm, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies, Fans, "Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companion Razois and
Raiar Strops, Combs, Brashes, Good year's Gren Goods.
Fcrfumery Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
23T We have made arrangements with our friends attc
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall hare goods here in lessthan-teu dars
from the New York Custom House. '
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville oetn
FARM FOR SALE.
XW1SH to sell the Farm on which 1 now reside, 3 miles
from Nashville, on the middle Franklin Turnpike,- and
contalnini-100 acres, about equally divided into timber and
i cleared land. There is everything on it to render it desmv
me as acoumry residence, sucn as a great variety cf fruit,,
an abundance of spring and well water, grass, &c If de
sited it will be divided into small portions.
For terms, Ac, apply to Jous. Kikeman or-toR;W.
Brown-, Gerrl Agent, No. C8J Cherry street, or to
juneSO dwtt ' W. D. GALE'.
1 O UXIJRIES. 100 bbls Lest Khmrr ltlO tpir nf V.ilc
1 Q lotiO bbls No 1 Salt; 20 tons assorted Iron;
j so doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbls Brimstone;
I 20 nests of Tubs; 5 " Hum;
f ii " half bushel measnres;100 Plows;
! ,000 lbs bar Lead: 20 h!' VoS Vr.l.l.
j 00 big3 Sliot, assort edj SO kits No l'abd 1 do-
loo assorted I)
00 assorted Demijohns; 20 bbls 8 S Almonds;
W boses Cuba Sixes Cicars: 01 ' Larse Pec ra
tio doz Bedcords and Lines; 50 boxes Figs;
0 bags Race Ginger; Sno Tobacco, assorted:
25 bags Pepper; S tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes Dried Herring; 2- bbls Enelish Soda;
1 cask Madder; 5n boxes Fresh Teas;
1" boxes Stonghton's Bitlers;10 " Crome's bejt Indizo.
30 " B Wheat Flour, ext: &
Together with many other articles, which will bc sold L
low, py aeci4 jjt l-lAlEU, Jhtrket at
A CARD -I Leg leave to inform myfriedsaDd patl
roas that I have removed to the tore .n the comer of
Ceder and Cherry street, ftotn my ...d Mand rest door.
Also toinfiirra them tlist I hare on band :. cho'ce lot' of Ci
gars, Snutfi, Tobaccos, and l'ipes; ise wu. t'r.f rodar
ticle?, would do w ell to call, as 1 kef t a Tceac.ti -'tdrk.
Lrtto) Indian, cornerar.d edar ( ncrrr M
LADIES' PINE :AITE1:S. S-UPPl.' J
Slip. Satin Francaise Gaiters, ii, V foxed, p uJ toe:
' nbroidercd BromeJ Ific -nm'ers:
liiacic ' -
Gents' Elegant Patent I.tather Root;
" Superior French Calf Du . " ifo;
' " P -K dw "
" Fisest Curn Coxourss GaiTcrs;
Just received by RAM.K.f. A CHURCH,
i'me'-"-' ii College st
DOTTED STATES AI.. TSX -THROUGH
IN FIFTY TO FlFl W1VH 'OURS.
New York and ChrttlesJoa St .in rcJ,4ts.
T t-i.V5. Angers H liarves every Siu urday ,ttr
The Southerner, W. Foster, C'ojimande-, .vill leave
each alternate Wednesday;. Having been newly coppered"
and guards raised, iMiOwm complete order.
. 'For freight orjiassitge, having elegant State Room Acoom
modation, apply at the ulEce of the Ardent, - , .
" HENRY illSSROON, .
CornerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Avhar've
Cabbin passage If 25. Steerage fej.
N. B. A. new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. febl7 trw
. RED SPRINGS.
TTTL take pleasure in annouueing to our numerous friends
V V and patrons, that we are uoWTead r to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefit of our
place. Extensive preparations have been made for the com
fort both of the invalid and the man of pleasure. It were
needles for us to attempt to set forth tbe value of our place,
in a pediciual point of view". Man, icted with various
diseases, have visited us, and after a few weeks sojourn,
have gone away either entirely cured or greatl.r relieved
particularly such as have been aill icted with Scrofula, di
seases of the Skin, Stone in tbe Bladder, and also cf tlie Di
gestive System in genera L Of these f icts, there is an abun
dance of proof; andi many who have certified to them, and the
same have gone forth to tho afflicted people. And we have,
at this time two living specimens, of Scrofula cases,, cured
"sound and well, with us, to ba seen as testimony .f o our dec-
laraiion; one of which was almost a rKjpelesSC
We arein Maconcounty, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east
of Lafayette, our county .seat, C5or70m iles'-fmmNas hville,
43 miles tiunpike, and .the balance high rid g$ rood, and'
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson county, Hartsvillc, Carthage, Gainsboro',
ToalTUle, Glasgow, Gallatin, c.
SAM. E, HARE, )
J- A-TAYLOR, J- Proprietor
mayl2 trwSm S. P. PEYTON,. ) , . ,
A DWELLING HOUSE WANTED..lf suited
,, situation and price-we will make 'the payments t
Ulact.'" Enquire our office, w
itm'ekSSwd " "r"t! cnAPABD' CO.
. " ' - " rr-"i-Trrl
D0CTOR,.YQOK.El JHE .POCKET 2roAIY
I i Hundred EcgratingJ staring
a JJiieases ami Malfcrmatibna of the
iiurcau avstem:in pro
To which jodded Treatise jif
uu iue Lnwe pi Jtemalesi cemr of XI
people, or ina conteffipialinz mar
rugV. ByiWiUilAM YOllfU,
iv no- iauicc pa auamcd to pre
a wpy-' .the ESCCLAPiCS
to Ins child. Ilmay sarnimiroui.
an early jrrave.- 1-etno young man
or woman enter mfo-jhesrret obQ.
MMr 'rt remrrthe- POCKET
Cough Pain in the Side. reiUeas niahi. nvou ShS
and the wlwle train I of Dei . "''X
tbeCUHIUS. llavetaemomcil, c tiosa about. to
be marne-Jany impediment reaitbui truly useful book, sa
it has been the meaas of savic thoaud.i of uufortucata
creatims from the very jaws tf tieath. '
Anyjrson se'ndmgTWENSYPlYE CENTS ec-v
closed ma letter, will receive twcopvuf this workby mail
or five copies will be sent Sir One FJoRar.
Addrew, (post-paid.l DR. WM. Y0UNO.
jnirchlS ly .V. IS" f-prwrXi. PUtoitttller.
mo itV Sri?-"0 sxa Kttl
I "I'lAIN wo tuust parolrse uie nertts, orinoAer
,4r. worU3 pnMucea paiyof the part to which the .-.
Hiler is. apphetL "
ton i an iinnatura fsensation, aring from an iniurr
or disease which, bcinsr transmitted akic the cerrri
the braiD, gives an uneasy yrcytio tc.ihe mind. -t
Remedies recommended to Ki,Paw, or Pact Ktuna.
are either producers of Paralysis, or they are not what thy
are recommended for. If the unTitrer ot' pain is to undergo
a suspension of vitality, or it the unfortunate arm or leg; or
if tbe part of tbe body suSentrg" the fortnres.of pain,uto
suffer an attack of paralysis, we ! nfctfce the remedy must
be worse than tho disease. And, if J'uut ia to be A' ?,
tlien the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and ika
senses that perceive its uopleasantoess. nrasfbc Killcil aba.
If, on the other hand, u Is not a "jmn ti,ir," it is. a nu
nomer, and not what itt advertetsent clahm' forit
Itadway 's ISeudy Relief fioca not Kitt. pain, bat
it si.bdues its paroxy isms and relieves th- sufferer from all
painful and uneasy sensations. Radwa's Kemiv itehef is
quick in its action it instantly relieves, anil immediately
after sets about removiug tiie cauM of : lie pain, ii att
and cum, It relieves and removes-the tronblmg cause, and
hence thejoy itinfuses..
It. R. R. Its Two Actions-. Tbe primary acuvn
Of Radway' Ready Relief is; to aHay the effects of an r pn
ful cuuses'that the'huxnan svsteoi niav liovtMtedvU
I secondary action is, to remcre Uie cause itseit , this it
I wiU immedbtelraccOmphjb,iU-i is so -powerfaMu action
and eflect 1. that the mrasetitit tsupiili ortikei
the painfuTparoxylsms are relieve;!, and ibe unsonnd ports
made whole, strong, healthy and vigorous.
External Pains Rheumatism. Railway's Pearly
Relief applied externally to tbe parts where tbe pain us felt,
will instantly alUy the paroxy esnWKctitter tji Realise; cr tfe
esnvjtiUd ifepotiu, aAxi tajrf oi, dCniTia a few mo
nisntstKe sufferer will ba qmt easy, if the attack U ro-
cent a few applications will cure it.
II Chronic, Kadway's Renovating Resolvent, oiedta
connection with the Ready Relitf, is certain to cure Rbea
mutism in its most aggravated forms, nheiber Syphilitic
Sciatic cetvocs, muscular or infian-aiory far woodstfak
caiesof Rheumatism, cured by K. It K. Remedies,. o
Radway's family Friend for tbe mouth of March, 135
copy will be sent to a.I who wish it, free of charge, 6y-1-dressing
Radway A Co, Nuw A ork t'uy . j
Pains around" the Liver, Kidneys ami Heart tre reliavad,
and the unnctnral trrita tns insrirutly subdued by si
application of lit Relief. 'i .
Sick Head Ache.. R, R. K. will in all cases curetJila
distressing complaint ISanracicl properties when take
into thesibmach, will seutralizo tbo. acul, sua ika
stomach clean, and the breath sweet ...
Its counter-irritant e cy,'mlFprwitfee a'njecilon whca
applied ta the head, and ngot ate an-i-enliven, asd refrctt
Internal' Palns.--lDiarr;' Dysentery, C ilent cr
Cholera Morbus.- - " .
The unnatural and violent trpuuippslhaUfihct the-antetn.
whileif-tfndertheinEuea'cecf ttfca mafadyes, .11," In p.
moment viekt to tbe tootliimr and rja-rehevim'.ilisannf
-theR. R. Relict Itailays lrritatiSii, it arrests spaimlic
.action; it neutralites the poisononi nuB that ea c- tbesa
paiufal and weiteoliii;aischargej.itcahterti and mrigcr
atcs with warmth. iod tirengiu' iha cvld,. crurrt-cuV hDi
shrivelled limbs' and joints, a d restores each mtmbsr and
organ of the body tohalUiS and vieiWoradoort--- -
ttadwayM Ready lelier, and each ct tbe R. It. It Re e
die?, are made from tntr active properties of media
Nothing inert or inactive enters thir compcsition, so thai
thesjsasn is not clogged wit worthi and inert matter.
In conclusion we would reihicd jbe reaoer tliat aowsy'a
Ready Rohef, reheves. the Merer Irooi piun .not hits,; and
cures or removes a I mat undone tt Kuttao ia, NcCal
gic and Nervous or painlul chumcier.
Radway's Regulators, prepared from the ativa prlscixo
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants amtGnoij. will reg
ulate andkeepmabe thy cundibra.tbcbcarela.iivarhrt.
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of ihe body. "5bey will
cure cosrivneM", indigestiyncss, Jnd'getlOT, d-pejsiff,tcl
all billious complaints and levers. '
Tbe ladie wul find Radway's Reg 3 Burs, ihe very b?st reg
ulator of tba system, in sssutirg tardy natur a xa ths jjs
ehargoof her monthly duties. Ntrgriprng puins.vr ictea
at stomach follows their operation, but ths v injure to all who
take them apleasont'and easy disel rge of the ous of thu
Radway's RenovatingReeolvent, iaapewer'ul niclrer of
all diseased deposits that hive been tyio in the system Cur
years. A pur iff er of tbe blood and 4 'reuuyjtioc uf c whola
tor farther informs t ion tbe wtmderml pahi-ie!vir(;
and curative powers of the R. R. Remedies, the publ o pr
referred to mirrnontMv publications, nr Goife to hiih. co-
L pies of which can hod -gratis by address g at onr It.
, jt. oinco, i r uiton street, aew 1 or v
'. RADWAY A GO., 12 TuHna St NY.
R. It IU, far sale by Druggist geaeraKr.
J. M. ZliQIERMAN,
" "Wholes e Aswit for Twnithrise.
i , . ;- . MANLFlfcXuS & CO; Memphis.
UGDGIN, WELLS JOHNtiN", .
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
: JEW DAVID'S HE5K2W PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for Rheu unj.Uoct.paia in tlie Sid
Hip, Back, Limbs and joints, fcn'iu!a, Lang's vl
White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and aU fixed
pains what ever. Where thu Pter is applied Pan can t
These Plasters possess Ihe ad vantsgc of being pnl ppln
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their fiill virtu in all cli
mates. .This eelebrat etl Pain Exfraetor baa been so extensively
used by Physicians and the pcoph in general, both in th
country and Europe, that it is aim est needles to say any
thing about It ' Yet there may be so e, who stand' in need
of its healing powers who bavu nst yet. tried it For Jheir
sokes we will simply state what it has d-'ne iu thousand of
casas, and what it will do for them when tfie
A VOICE FROM.GEOROIA .
Read the follow s testim ony trem a Ptiysfcraa.
Gsxru es. Your Hebrew riterh cu redme of pains
of which I have suffered for twel oyearsi pa. Dtu- sgth
period I labored under an a ictien of w y loins and sia, and
tried many remedies Ibat my own meti mil experience cg
gested, but witho obtaining relief. At length I used i n
Master, and am uow by its gout efleets entirely ctrrri 1
will rceqimv.eod - the Jew David, or Hub rere PLvstor to sr-i.
who are Wiring from utractiun of the muse Irs. or pern -cent
pains in the side or back.
, The people of Geargiabavs but to betas m aaequoi nt od nfth
fs virtues nhen they' will resort to its .
Yours, truly, M. Vf. WA tXHR, M". "D,
Forytw, Monroe county. O.-v
To Mesrs-Scoril A Mead, New Orleans,!.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTfiR IN NORTH
Mfstrs. Seovn. !i sjao: I hve been troubled with la
chronic rheumatism for the tr t twelrir year?. On ttiotstM
pulv 1845, 1 was so bad that I could cot turn myself in tad,
and ihe pain ro severe that I had r ot s4Hawiuk.4 ri't JjVi.
. ,i.: - TH... .: i j .1... I. -i-. .
Plaster," aud it acted l&Ve a chan-, she plfra feft tiiefand i
more than ball w the u'gt't, ami vo th reeiwys-A w
o ride out. I cc Ider tt "Hebrew Pver" tho beat
.remedy for all sorts of pains now ia u e r viSN
Hendersonvil! X Aug. It,
ta? idv s ' ,
Bewaroof counterfeits and t iinflaOons.'
S3?" Tho cenuinewill to future nave tne riga ureE
Taylor on the steel plate engraved hfceloaffle -poft&ch
Purchasers are advijei!. that a.m ean eounterfaitof ibisaf
icles U in existence: .
The genuine is sold only by ns, and our agent! apptinted
hrougbouttheSouth and. na ptxll ' is allowed tows!! St
Dealers and purchaser generally sJe cautioned again st buys
ing of but ourregular agents, otherwise they wiSbe fenpea
ednrxm with a worthless articl.. -
Forsale by SC0V1L A JIEATA,
111 Chirtres street New Oriaui
.General WhdsjArentafortha SohernSlAfBSytaTl nn
allorders muM.be addressed.
Sold by EWIN, BROWX A CbNaahvilleaT-n.
tv. w . - j. a. ou.iu, ci;
r J. MV ZTMEHMAN - C, Jo;
THOMAS WBt JiS. -5 ;
nlyl-dtww H. Q--SCQV1 , 'U.
' XXTH1TE GOODSSOUN A HILL- .T.
VY band a htrco assortment, td" JscJ tc net?. Csmt-
oiteren " . , PUl LApUfiPntA STOR'tli
ARVSOLS of every descnft!on Bre now tttl at
ereallr reduced prices, .at tho; ' ;
greaiyrea ji puiLALPHIA.ST03t,(
Jmiel9 ' . ttfol, CobJ-Sgttri-.
I" ORTR AIT PAIXTLNO -H. ,.Klt, .a
returoedioNhrllIi"andiillrctnn.Ahort t&e 10--.viota'to
his return tcf Ncw Orlellls Mnf.fcia,.' Ce
,dcT,3treet,Noi5; oppoatc thefferc ar& hUel.'-
ajnll Imo- t1sr-
Victoria lawns. Striped Jaclonet), RnttawrflJnTSii-a-.
TAnoU.lW-heetmir. ilc Sc. All it'wfc; &aia