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NASHVILLE, TSNN: FRIDAY, -AUGUST 20. 1853.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE -No. II, DEADERICIC STREET.
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he TBI-WEEKLY is published crery Tuesday, Thursday
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companied with the ca-ilu
JOCKEV CLUB RACES.
' NASHVILLE COURSE-
rj"UlE Fall Meeting over the Nashville Course will com
JL inence on MOX 0 AY the 26th of September, 1&53, and
continue through llieweek.
Fint Day, Jfonday 26 Sweepsfakes for untried 3y olds;
t 100 cnti-ar.ee, f50 forfeit milelieats.
Jo Averson enters ISaily Peyton's ch c, by Wagner, dam
W G Harding enters ch f, by Ambassador out of Kate
King by Priam.
Wiley-Taylor enters ch c, WeUirplon, by Wagoner, dam
by Stockholder. Abo, gc, Raging Tad, by Sovereign, dam
'Srem.l Dsg, 7V.t7y27 Sweepstakes fiirSycar oldsj
$200 entrance, f."0 forfeit two mile beats. -
0 11 Williams enter ch f, by Wagner, out of Eudora by
Jo Arcrvm enters ch f, Frank Tierce, by Sovereign data
"S 11 Huge enters chf, Lady Green, by Belsliaziar, dam by
Third Djy, Wadnexlay 28 Sweepstakes for2 ycarolds,
$100 entrance. JJW forfeit, mile out.
W'W Woodfolk enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock
holder. W ( Harding enters cli C by Shamrock.ont of Oamma.
1' Fowler enters g c Little Arthur, by Glencoe out oflJlue
Bonnet, by Imported Hcdford.
Jo A veivon enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara How
urd. Also, bc.br Soverchru; dam br leviathan.
Fourth Djy, Thursday i'i Jockey Club l'urse, SI 00 .
F-fih Day, Friday 30 Jockey Club Purse, $200 two
Sijth D.iy, Saturday Oetol-er 1 Proprietor's Purse, $150
mile beats best three in fire. T ALDKRS0X,
WALNUT JOCKEY CLUU
rpllE FALL MEETING over this Owrse will commence
i on Monday, the SM day J October, 18-3, and continue
throughout the week, viz :
First Iat Mo.vmr Sweepstake for Two year olds.
Ttiedasb ot a mile. jlOO cntr, forfeit. Closed with
Gen. W. W. Woodfolk ent. b. c. by Sovereign, out of "the
dam ofCompnnise, by Stockholder.
Gen. W. (1. Harding cnt. cli. fby Shamrock, dam Gam
mil by J'acilic. ""v - "
Jo. Avcrson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara
Howard by imp liorcfoot
Also cnt br c by5overeign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp
Second Dat TnsniT Streeptakes for three year olds,
mile heats, l"9 entrance, E.0 torteit. Closed Willi
Jo Avcrson enters Palie Pevtcn's ch. f. bv Wainier, dam
Cbra bv Eclipse.
Gen'W G Harding enters b. f. by Epsilon, dam Beta, by
Also, ch. C by Ambassador, dam Kate King, by Imp.
Tiiiao Dat Wedxesdat. AssociationTurse 8230
two mile heats
Forum DiY Tucesdat. Afocint ion Purse 150
Firra I)Ar FniDAr. Sweepstake tor three year olds,
t wo mile heals, 2y0 entrance, J-0 forfeit. Closed with
Gen W G Harding enters b. c by Epsilon, dam Nanny
G 1! Wdliams enters ch. f. by Wagner, dam Eudora, by
Jo Avcrson enters b. c Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam
by Imp. Ivi1lian.
S 1 1 Hug;; enters ch. Iady G reene, by Belshazzar, dam by
Wilev Tatlor enters ch. c Wellington, by Wagner, dam
by Stockholder. v
Sixth Dav-Sitihidav. Association Pup $100
f.Hir mile hcaU. K R. GUPC()CK.
Manneys lSeaier and
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
Dr. JohnSliclby and 1.. F. liradlev. I have M-en it in
operation several limes, 1 am satisfied of its great utility. As
he seavn is advancing, 1 now oll'erthosc 1 have on hand for
SiOOL - L. P. CHEATHAM.
juneM, 1853. Nashville, Teun.
N'ASirniiF, June S3, 1S53.
Co 1. Ia P. CircATntM: Dear .Sir: I have btn using
lie "lleaninir and Mowinc Machine" paten'cnledhv Manuey
ol HlinoK whielijouaronnwotleringtotliecitizensofTen- ,
nevsee. ItU aWi&TBATKUEoasAVLvnMACUi.vi!. Itwork?
KEATi.r and uapidly. The amount cnt per day will depend
principally upon the speed of the team. If the team can j
ravel four miles per hour, it will HcaporMow.tifteen acres )
11 teu hours. It is entitled to the confidence of the public 1
Respectfully J- SHELBY.
1, L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
make tlie foHowHig sLMemeut : We luvc liad for more than
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and leaping
machines, we luvetried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and 1 now state that Union's and cuts cleaner than the
ythe blade, and iht it will mow per day as much as H
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per dar.
juue2-tAw. L. F. HEADLEY.
" "WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE I
Dreimrm Hjnriun. Henry county, Ky. J
T lit first term of the seventh annual session of this II
College commence- ihnteun.1 Slimd'ty tn SejitriA- W
Iter, lsVl,und the second term on titejirrt Monday hi lie
The Faculty coiisistsofnineex(eiiencedprinssors. The '
number of cadts in attendance last fewion was 227, of
whom l "i were from Tennessee. The course of studies em-
braces the Scientific course of the V. S. Military Academy
and thomuph instructions in History, English Literature, ;
and the Greet and l,atin languages. Students arc admit- :
ted to a select course, including Civil Engineering, Modern j
Lmguages, Rook Keeing, with Commercial practice and
other branches at theiropti n.
The Military feature is not introduced merely to diffuse
Military kno.vle.ltre, but to promote discipline, health and i
Chargesfortmtion, boarding, rooms, fuel, lights wishing,
Ferv.int.s' attendance, aud use of furniture and amis Si'i
per lerm. Surgeon's fee 3 tr term. For further infor
mation address A. O. Smith, Esq, Louisville, Ky., Smith A
Johnson, 07 Magazine street, New Orleans, or U. R. John
son, Sujxrintendent. jnly23 IdmAw-t
"FACTS THATAKE FACTS.
"TiniO docs not kuow that Lyons A Co, keep always on
V V himl the finest Cisars and Tobacco to be had in
ton 11. All we can say to those who arc ignorant of thi, is
to reque-4 thcui to cill and examine out stock, and they
will soon be convinced that such is the ca;e. Don't forget
the ,)". (Lyons) Den, No. In, Cedar street
Tobacco. We are just in receipt of a large lot of
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some ol the
tinsst brands, line cut and in plug. For sale either whole
sale or retail by LI O.VS k CO.,
july 3 No. It'. Cedar St
A UAM. PAPERS. lustie
' ceived, 2.XHt bolts of those
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors,
Halls. Ac toeether with a splendid'-
nwirtmcntof Goldand Velvet Ilorders, Fire Screens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac
;"0a hand a large assortment of uuglazed Papers, from
10 to 25 cts tier bolt
KLAGES k GORHEY,
No. 2i, College street, next door to the Scwanee House.
Y. W. FINN,
41, IiAEEST STREET ,
BSTWEF.S r SIOS ASP TIIK SQUARE,
OLD AND YF.I.A KT PA-
T PER HANGI.NUri. A lai-ge
nntl beautiful vsrietv.
Deconitive "Wall Tapers, all
the I tet ! rencli desism.
Ilorufrs, Window Paper!, Toaster nuil Cen
trc Pieco. a large avsortmi-nt. ,
Che.ai lnglnzcil I'apcri 12,0iV pieces in store,
from 12j to 2o cts. per Bolt All forsale, and Curu- run
" JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE I.ATEST STYIJJ BUGGIES, BAROUCHES.
IIOCKAAVA YS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
tZT Take PARTICULAR NOTICE lhat 0r,m
Ktout's Carl. Shop ts ou ClaRIi STREET. J
Iv j., 1UA A. .MUL1 I .
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
At avyrA. ha.
TJlEalxive HOTEL is now open for the reception of Ajri
PERMANENT AX 1 TRANS1 EXT BOARDERS. JSSL
This long established and well-known House bus iindor
cone a thorough alteration throughout, nnd fnniished with
new awl dsliioneble FURXITURE.
The TAB1JJ will always be supplied with the JlEsT the
market affords and the "Proprioiir trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and the regulations of the house
penerally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that may favor him with their patronage.
janSd-lytny . JX W. SPEAR.
- : i,-. ...:t ,7Li..:;
ISAAC ABDOTT. RrO't. ...... ....... . .1SC COt tlXSiTBtjT
IIEXEY HMIYDE, TttAVtuxo Agist.
- , l'.P.PECK, Agent.
Dr. 11. W. Hail, I ,. ', -V. -' '-.
V,JV.. X. IWlh, Medical Examiners., , ;
unel5 If. ' a -
" P It O'-T E C T I O N -.-.,,1.'.
H AFT FOB D, 0 0 N N.
Capital 'Spc'i,,Aniinal Premiums and 'Western Fund
. ,. ' 8i,oob,bpo j ."V...
Policies of Insurance issued "at all times on the most favor-'
' able terms, against
: . LOSS OH DAMAGE
BY EIRE, OU THE
PERILS OF NAVIGATION,
by LLVDSLEY A- CROCKETT,
Agents for Xa'shvillo and, Davldtfln County, julyl ly.
Home Insurance Com
pany New York,
CASH CAPITAIi -.00,000.
S- U Looms Prttulent. Ciias J . IIabtcc, Secretary.
JAMES WALKER Kayliig been appolnfef HnTSf the.
above Com'ariy1s now-prepdrcd to mak'oil'ire-and In
land Marine Inupauce, upon the most favorable Icrms on,
allde.crintionsomuildin;js, jre'rehandise, PerstftraP proper-
and Trint Co. No.f-0 College si reef. auglO lm.
THE UNITED FIEEMEN'S INSUSANCE COMPANY 01
' NASHVXCLE. . .
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLL AX'S! I
Chartered by the Slate.
THIS Company having tully organized,
now ready to take risks on all descrip
tious of propcrtv, against loss or damages by -P
fire, alsoaminst penis of the sea orinland nav-V
iration. l'rmmsitinns for insurance will be received ut the
o!Bco of the Xash villa Insurance and Trust Co., College St
A. AV. JOHNSON, President
J. S. DismcxL, Scc'.rt Nasliville, Oct. 8, 1852.
COJIHEECLAL TNSTOANCE C01IPANY.
CHARLESTON, SODTO CAEOLIXA.
Capital S250.000: All Paid In.
THAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company' at
Vaalirilli. ltnrt mn fullv Tjrenared to take Marine. Fire.
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
j foil .tatmipnf of the solvencvof the Comnanr can be
seen atlheoilice of the Nashville "Insurauce and Trust Com
pany, on College street
JOHN S. BASH1ELL, Agent
THE innUAL PEOTECTION ri.'SUEANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Qllice, and
oimoiitathe Verandah, will insure on the mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats on any of the estcm waters against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of VesselscX
mitted per mail. - ' H
AH persons having their lives or property insured in this'
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all .the prof
its, without any liability to loss twyond the amount of lre
miums whicli they may pay.
Al. S. PILCnER, President,
J. 11. JOHNSON, VicePresidtnt ;
C. J. F. WnAgroN, Secretary. janl
TENNESSEE IiIABINE AND FEttE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPET AX 8150.000.
OFFICE on the North side of the FublicSquare, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
Tlier willmakeinsurauceou Houses and Goods of every de
scription nspinst fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, aud on sea vessels aud other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN M. I1U.L, I'residcnt,
Joseph Vault, Secretary.
Dirbctoes. Alex. AUison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. AI. Bass, Joseph Woods, .Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Wataon, J. J. White, Jacob McGavocfc.
NctrYorl; Life Insurance Company,
AT). 10G ErnaJway, New York.
ON T1IH JtUTUAli PI.AW,
Arcmviuiatcd. Cupitut SoO(),olO.OO.
p. rcsi, iCTrARV k. rEAKKLiii, raes'T.
TIT Total number of Policies Issued by this
Company up to July 1st, lriJ2 eight thousand
six liunurod anu eipnijoue.
irpUlvulends mndB annually on all Life To- -
lielcsimhajo otstoet,bearins interest attho rate of 6 per
Yp The dtrldends heretofore have always averaged from
-13 to 50 per cent.
TQ Persons taking out Policies for the whole term of
life can (rive their uoie at 12 months fur 40per cent of the
premium, and (.ayftOpflrcentlncash.
AmiH. '.cstloi.s for riats. nrosnectna of tlie company, or In
formation relH:gto the subject of Llfo Insurance may be
made at the oClcoofthe undersigned General Agent for the
State of Tennessee. JOSEPH NASH,
OfSceX. W. corner' Public Square,
opposite Planters' Bant. .Nashville, Aug. It), 1852.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
Javks Dixon, Pres. HENitr L. Miu.ee, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus. $300,000. n. ;
Insckaxck ou lives if white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plan. ., 1 .i ,
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. 1L L00MIS, i
jan 15 Cm Agent -
iEtua. Insnrancn Co. or Hurt lord.
Annuity Fund 5.150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY hold pledged, and appro priated,rt2
wlCi Us reserved accumulations, by the chart rjl&S4
and regulations of the Company, to the payment of Anuu
Uet and losses upon lnsuranceon Life, and in no evcutlia
Ueforother debts, contracts, II Abilities, or engagements of
Tuos. K. Bzici, Pres't, S. L. Looms, SecreUry;
It A. Bulkliet, Vlca J. W. Sivmocr, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
E. A. tin.iiET, John L.Boswkll,
Kobkrt llrniL, Roland Mature,
MlL2S A.TCTTLK, EoWIN G. KlPLET
IIlNRA Q PkATV.
This being a joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the caih system, tba Managers have adopted a table
of ratcsof premium a3lowas Is conjlstent with safety and
muck Itmtr than those ot the-Mutual Companies.
Application! for riiUs on white persons, received by tho
undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesof the Compa
any, and any information relative thereto.
trpUlstes ous!aveagalntdl(iasesand accidents causing
death, taken; Polices Issued and ioisen adjusted at this
Agency. JOS SASH, Agent,
OQce K. W. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Rank Nashville, aug. 10, 1852."
K. IVinston, M D. j oaicehours,3to3,T.it.
' OnH't Xy-.-ara AVxt to Gordon' t Warehouse,
I ""T0ULI inlorm the people of Xashvilleand the sur
I V rounding counlry that he has recently improved
i and grcallv cnlarg-d his Marble Yard, aud is now prepared
t to fill nil orders in the mat ble line at the shorter t notice and
on the most favorable terms for cash. He would call par
' t.cular attention to his cli selected stock of monuments,
t mantle pieces, tiginc, garden figures, statuary, Fountains,
1 I.i..twmul inii.it I7m- Vnsps. Tombs. Ac manv of whicli
nifcof the pure.-.'. Italian Marble, and from the chisel of the
best European masters. Mis arrangements are now com
plete for f urnishing all kinds of marble, tither of his own
iiiaiiiilactnre or imported. He has on hand a large quanti
tvofltoliau marble, in the rough state, whicli hewifl sell
vcrv low. Hou-e I-'uruiture in Egyptian Marble of the best
quality can be had at Ins yard, lie tlattcrs hiinseirthat he
can now -erre the public on as accommodating terms as
any similar cstil.hsluncnt in the west A share of publia
painmage is solicited- F,nay3L
P. S Ttie attention oftho lorers of the Fine Artsis dt
reeled to mv a.ii-tnie;ii of Staiuary. They are of the rar
est aud finest ijiiaiti, and of direct importations.
JAMES D. LEKMER,
Pridnca a-.i Gansral Commission Merchant,
OROMPTatteition given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED
I. FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSEXO, BEESWAX, Ad,
Ai-., unou winch ad'ances will be madcif required.
Zf Orders promptly tilled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour. .Wliiskv, Ac, Acl
54?" Ageuttor.tbe,-aleofStarand,Tullow Candles Sale-,
ratns. Pot and IV.irl Ash, and Lard Oil, wWcb will be fur
nished ut khCttt tixtrtU talts ivitliovt Copimiision.
AL.UA1JI.E DWELLING HOUSE FOR
SALE. The uuderiimed offers for sale bis residence
n Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
R. C. FOSTER, 3d.
Or in my absence to Q..M, FOGG,
une 17 tf.
-.0C cHazardville, Cannecfacut
O. ILVURTL rjtCS'T.- - A, B. POCCLASS, SECr,
7tONTLUE to furoi.b Gun lewder tS all their well-
known brand?, , AeiUuclU lUfi?. AjKricta Spartuiy
jntiuiu Jitjit in xegs, imi( aua quatter Kegs and catiuisters
of one po'uudeacli. Also, a full assortment of Towde for
Vi. .UL.ASTING AND TUNING . ...
i purposes.- -.1 ae rermtatmn of their umti'owder is too well
Kiiimutu xxuuu iiuoruens prpnipi(iy luiea av
my I'oiciUr Dsjiut, North-east corner of Ihe Square.
' f TT T tfirr . n. - 5
r o. ii. tiuuAiis, Agi loriueu. i-. uo,
aug2-.tf Nashville", Te'hn
J. II. Bnrrnwn Patent Plantation
THIS Mill differs from all otiers In the construe lion of
, J- the' upper or ltunulng Stone, which Is composed of.
rrencn uurr ,uiocs, enciosea in a cast iron lase, vnicn
forms (he backand hoop of the Slone with a Cast Iron Eye,or
Bush,than!sofgreater external diameter at the bottom that
at the top, which is secured to the back, by four bolls, so that
every block Is in the form of a dove tail winch gives greater
strength to aStonetbananyolbcr method which is required
In small mills, where tho stone is run wlio great speed, and
becomes dangeroci if not strongly made. Italso gives any
weight to a stone ofsmall diametertlist Is required without
having itthlclcorlilgh, that wakes It top heavy.
This mill is a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, in
the form of s busk, with Bridge-tree, Spindle Ealance, liing'
.Driver, and Jiegulatlng Screw, and criuds at on the tamo
y principle as a lari,o mill, differing only in the Runner stone;
luisDcingorgreaiwoignioiiRDirs it to grind nearer the cen
ter agraaterquantity of grain with le-s power than any oiher
mill now in use. This mill lsportable,andinay bettuched
to steam, water, horse or haud'power.
A ALSO, cl) sizes of Krenchljurr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the same prtnetDle.
Joseph H. Burrows,, of Cincinnati, li the (nrcntor, for
which ha obtained Letters Patent In 1M2. For alllnfnnge
mcnts the purchaser will be held responsible for the right
These Mills do not require a Millrlghttn set them up; and
all that Is necessary to put them In operation, is to attach a
hand to Ihe pulley on the spindle, with a drum sutaclently
large .10 run a twenty-four inch Mill '.'-(0 revolution uer
minute, attached to Gin, Steam. orWatar Power. By tho
steady application of two horsepower the Tllill will grind s.x
to 8 bushels per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as com, Ihe thirty Inch mill, if put to its fullest
speed, wli' grlndfrom teu 10 fifteen bushelspcrhrvir.
Thesa millsare warranted to be lu every respect as rocomt
Uisictioks roa Usiiio. Place your mill about SO feat from
the Driving Pulley in a level po-iiion; maka the belt of
1 ather six or eight Inches wide. Give the Stouo.'lil revolu
tions a minute wltn the son. Keep the net and step of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on tho back of the
KunnlngMone.lnlheeamewayas the Cross on the Driver,
that is, the M ay they are trimmed to rnn.
Refer to Thos. Patterson, Esq.,ofIIIgbland county. Ohio,
Jesse, Real, Eq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cinrlnuatl, and a number of others.
All ordersdlrertedto JOHN li. BOOM AN,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Mlddleand iiast
Tennessee, or J. II. BUKItOWS,
Jan25 d.tr-w. & w. ly. WestFrontst Cin.O,
ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE.
The' subscribers offer the. following good and suflicicn
reasons why every f.ra ly in tho South should use the
Wrought Iron Cuohiity Stores,
Manufactured bv them and called
1st It is of Southern manufacture, being made by the
subscribers in tlie city of Nashville.
. 2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast
three, or four cast iron Stores.
8d. It is more complete in its cooking apparatus than any
cast iron Stove
itli. It is so simple in construction that aohildcan use
Mh. ltseconomyof fuel is Vnch that it does not use hall
as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size.
Cth. In the economy of time it is important, as it can be
heated ready for use in a few minutes.
7th. Its uniform rejrtilarity, as every partof the stove is
ueaiea ai uie same inn?.
Btti. Its nertect reliability as we have nut un over four I
hundred of them in this State, and no one bos ever failed J
to give entile, satisfaction.
SMIW I AI:K K.lt Xr fll 1
julyl College St.,
RICH AND ClIEAPCOOU.S AT NICUOL'S
CORNER. I have on hand a beautiful assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods, which will be sold nt very reduced
prices, ns the season is advancing. Great bargains may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and Lawns from Rc. 10c 12a and inc., and a fine
assortmcntof Uerages of all style, Silk Tissues, Evening
Dresses, Ac, Ae. Also a good assortment of Miisquitd Net
tings. JAMES NICHOL,
junl7 No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st.
DISSOLUTION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting under the style of McXA I RY k FUR.MAN, ex
pired on the 1st day of July inst. R, C. McNairy w ill con
liuue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness of the late firm. Signed R. C. McNAlRY. '
Nashville, July Mb, F. FURMAS.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending II. C. McXAIRY, my
late partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and lespcctfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
Julys Signed F, FURMAN.
WHITE COOOS AND TR1.1MIINOS Dotted
Swi, Plain do. superfine Corded and Checked do,
super fine Mull and Xainsook Muslins, Jaconet", Cambrics,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouncings, Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity llauds, Ac, at McCLELLAND'S,
june23 -o -.'u, I'uoiic rMjnaie,
fANTLES, SCARFS, Arc We have some l
ntni, t,.lU'r,''t.,n.l V.tv vIp in Silt Lnry. At.ll.
ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do. White Crape Shawls, Musiin
de Lane do, which we will close out yen- cheap.
june23 No 2d. Public Square.
ICII DRESSGOODS OnbandRTch sTlksDress
Rich UlackSilki, super Dlack Gro de Rhincs, Rich
Printed llaieges and Tissues, White Irsges and White
Silk Marqu sso, White Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses,
Erab'd Crapes, Rich Darcge.de Laues, Rich French Organ
diez, Muslins, Ginghams, Ac, Ac These Goods ai every
rich aud will be sold at very low prices, at
jtine2S No 20, Public Square.
I TALI AN JIEDlCATEirSOAl'.-Forrender-ing
the harsliest skin delicately smoothe, whiteand sofi,
lemovingsaliowuess, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles, or t eduess. Its Nxithing influence immediately
allavs the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalreadv formed, eliciting ou the cheek of age tlie
clearness aud smoothness of youth. Prepared by Dr. V. F.
rtniirtand .(!7 Wnltpr st . 1st Store from Bmadwuv. X. York.
Forsalebv lebit GEORGEGREIC. '
viIll'XCH WINHS AND RRAXDlll!
i.c Vlwus 1
JL on hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and .
Liquors, putup in wood and bottles, and fir sale by
teb9 GEORGE OREIO.
P INK A.T'I.IiS AND PUACII!.-Jnst re
ceived, o fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
in glasjars,andfursaleby GEORGE GRtilG.
lllJUSE. 50 boxes Western Reserve Chete, re
ceived and forjsaleby febtt OKORGE GRK1Q.
I'jilTiirAFPIiircrilKIJSi:.-) boxes hiirior
Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, icceived nnd for sa!e"by
febO GEORGE GREIG.
ICS. On band and for sale a small lot of ery
Figs, by feb9
lT3I DROPS. A fresh upplv of finest quality Gum
Drops of various flavors, just received nnd for sale by
1 nptitinp. rtitvm
C1IIOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
small slicks and in half pound cake, put up in lin foil,
and for sale by feb9 J5J0RGEGREIG.
I' 7RENCH NEUGA CANDY Just received by
i expiess a small lot or White Fiench Neanga Candy put
up in lin foil and fiir sale by GEORGE GREIG.
RE EN TEAS. W cans fi-e-h Green Teas, hennet
" icallr sealed, on baud and for sale by
feba ' GEORGE GREIG.
FRESH TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
of Blaek and Green Teas of the finest qualities impoit
ed, aud warranted superior, for sale by
febl GEO. GREIG, Union street.
?OR HIRE. A Xegro Woman with 2 children, one
10 years old; apply to
R. A. BALI.OWE,
Gen'l Ag't, Xo. 17 Deiiderick St.
TTOR SALE AT AUCTION I will offer at public
JJ Auction at the court house, on Saturday next, tiicyotii
inst, 8 beautiful building lots, situated iu Edgefield, a short
distance from tbe N. & L. Depot. Terms one half cash
and the balance in one .nd two years, or wiihout interest
with a lien retained on the laud until the pui chase money is
The above lots front 30 feet on Short Street and run back
150 feet fo a fifteen feet alley, a plotof which can be seen at
myoiheo. It. A. HAiii.uvir., i.en i .igu
Xo. 17, Dcaderick Street
From the premises of the iub-cribcr, on
Tuesday of last week (2Mb. of June.) a pair of BAY
tlflRSlS. about 15 hands 3 inches biirh. ofa strong and
substantial appearance, betw een the age off. and 8 j ears
-u V ra,rV nmr rpmpmbpmd. othpr than
IIIU. - . T i - i r, I
fthp Dorses bad a recent biuise or cut on Ins left '
cheek bone, and had on when be escaped the head-stall of a
Any information concerning the above Horses will be
thankfully received, as well as smtablv rewarded if.com
mumcated to T. BERRi , Xashvide.
Nashville. July Pth.ltt.vi-
mvjsi 'r.ivriIING DEPOT
lS li m.t pTtrmsive ' and varied
Clothing for Boys from 4 to 1C ever offered for sale in tho
Union. 'Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing Idled at the short-
el"en!on3 purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if "J50- Bno
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia.
April 6, 1853 ly
D2. BLEDSOE'S AXEEaHYE COHPOTTMrt
TXe R&iclyinnr M Jttmtfies fir-thtDmsutf the 'lattr
Dytpeptta, Jtj0,irgrrihnt'a!td Mtmitbm rff -th. JSjiten
lUarUHtrm, GUie fUtalexce, f'lltr,- CMist'lrjnHon, ul;
dUeaea of thi Uotctis,. Biy vcc diuatet at aciv from a
diforderd ttutt pf r tomacL LUij- ar Mamie, ar
Scrofula and Sorit of anv Hiul. Fwr General D&ilitu.
' - from whkh LudienyrtcumUu rufftrr tlere U 'uot ttt
equal in i' e iriefa JwwjMw. ' (
aUE inventor of this preparaf icn was fur three." years s
completely prostrated (rum Dynpepsia aad inactivity ol
ItheLiver that lie was frequently for" weeksat a'thne nnabfe to ,
raise himself from bis bed. lie sought aid" from physicians j
at'homeatid in Europe, but in vain; Lis case was pronounced 1
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he Sue- 1
ceeded in curing himself. Since he lias been practicing mel-
. icine, bis success in Sncli cases has been unrivalled. He j
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and couse- '
quently s-id nothinjj tbiuuglithe press of his" own case, 1
until uie cnaracier 01 me medicinu was tuny cstablislied
by its success, as sLowu y tlie certificates which have oeen
Tsubjom the certifictteof ProL M. GABBcrrr.of Memphis, I
Tenn.;witU whotn-I often advised-during-the-time. ot my
MEiirnis, Tenn April ir,l352.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with tJr. J .
N. Bledsoe and some years n"rt he was reduced I oti ere I
low er than I have ever been any one that afterwards recover
ed, wiuiwim-rsupposeauirje uyspepiiaand J.Sveraflection,
and after tryinfr theirescriptionsot many Physicians iu this
as well as other countries, without reliefhe hnallv Mirw-de.I
with a piTparaliuu of his own ip jjeinir rejtord ta trnfJ
healilu Mi I? ABBEuT, M.1).
PhyBictans are requested to try this preparation. We
feci satisfied it will snstaiu the character we give to it in this
UnviMVIT r -Trm10 ICO
to recommend to all persons sulrerinjr from disease of the'
siomacn anu wiwets, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 reai-s , bud been under
medical treatment about live years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost de.-pnired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe,
entirely cured him.. M1CAJAU CAYCE.
t, - -t, 4. '-UosTSTiius, Oct lr.isai
Dr-BinpEOE-Sorne time has eiapspd singp I miva a cei
tiScate that my wife had been trreatlv benpfi)i.H htr
Alterative Compound. I now tike tileasuro in c-ivim.- to
.thejiublic, that my wife had. for three or ftur year been'
rrom dyspcpsu I had tried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the- place and a great rnnnv .lifroron
medicines, with momentary relief. Bemtr nersitmlmt ,-
your alterative compound, I. did so andl am happy to say
that it has entirely cured iicr; nnd I would conwientiouslv
recommend H to all persons siuTcrinff from diseases of the
uierauuuyspepsu. i.ii. ISUJIEKTSON.
Da. Dledsoe navinr seen the publication of vonr Altp
ative Compound, I th'tiic it ray duty te say to ihe public, ttiat
Iliad been for yisirs subject to spells of Cramp Colic, tu its
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
veu bvphysician-. and never found ar,v thins-that would
tainly relieve me, until I tried tlicabore medicine, whicj nas
relieved rue in every attack in less than an hour,
ujj, 11. i4,u yjj.
GILE3 Corrsrr. Tenn.. Dnn-SS. 14M
Da. DucnsoB : I feel tliat I sfiould fill short of mr dntv"
to you and to those who are atllicted, were I not to further
recoiuTJendyour Alterotivo Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that I have not had cause to take anvihin? 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 eversutTerfi-om dyspepsia again I shall be sure to"
call on you. I am very rcspcctAillr your friend.
ELIZABETH J. HAR1V00D.
HtTXTSVlLLr, All, August 24, 1851.
This 13 to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases ofthe Liver. Physician after Phy
sician liad irrescribed for ma without rqv receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use or Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
becanse of the ifame happy effect upon others of lnvaoiuaint
unce. JOSEPH CAEOTHERS.
nmrrsviixE, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoc Sin : Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for rue
to add further evidencp in rcgaitl to the hoalimj virtues or
yuur Compound; but I ajnst iyt that foryears 1 suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing yourcompound about niue weeks since, and have gained
25 or SO pounds, and feel about as well a I ever did.
HEXRY J. GOFF.
r?JThe above medicine is for sale in even- Dmar Store in
tlie city, and most of tlie towns in the Suite. G. V. IIEV-
lirnmimT !onor,it w.i .. ,i..i: .u j
icine. ? grprice ?1 per pint Pottle. novlS lvdtr
- - -
DE. FEASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
MR. WINTERS had hist nearly all of his hair and
liad been b.ilil formally years: by Ihe use of thru fat-
tin of He JlijJietu- Virilment, luid hU .air entirely rt
eUirttl, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
eould wish. His age is about flOyeari.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this tmvn, 11 years of age, had
been nllhcted with the Asthma from his cradle- fie had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
i .Mt.i. r.i.A
without avail. It was one of
' aggravated ctfies I evcrsau-. he was emaciated al-
most ton fkcleton. I!y llicuenf afcwbottlesof theOint
ment hn was tharttunlJ.! cvred. and for sprpn man(li4 tvnt
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case of inflammation, of the ejileen,
of long standing: has nvanety of treatment from no less than
eiyht different ""physicians, without rcceivinir benefit was
cured bv the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I have treated two casesnf Chrouic Sore
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
Mind, as io need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been aOlictcd lSjears, the other
about 3. years. They had tried the best physicians in the
State, without benefit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of tlie celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to etfeet a cure They are now by use ot the
Magnetic Ointment, neaIy or quite cured; ana are able to
read nnd attend to any ordinary bii-dness. I have used the
Ointment in a number fcfcasesof Piles and in no caee ha4il
failed of airing imnwlfote rUUfattd generally a permanent
cure, i nave aiso useu it ueiieuciauy iu severe cases ol r.rv
sipelas. And last but not least, I have within the last year
i r . r r, . viifn I .1 .. .. r . i i . .
curcu iimr casesoi ta.ii.i u) ui ue oi me juanttew
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for Inch t is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours.
BURTON HUBEELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1 850, Amelia. Ohio.
The characlerof ibis Ointment as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There ait quite a numberof indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use ot
this extraordinary Ointment
For sale by II. G. SC0VEL,
BERRY A DEM0V1LLE,
may? CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTROXO.
IRA A. STOUT, 1
COACH 21 A NTT F A C T 17 R E R ,
No. 5 Clakk Street, Nasuville, Texx.,
Xextiloor l II. S. Fre vKi Grocery Wareltouse, and op.
Ajuiilf Morris d-Slrattoiii
LL kinds ofesniages for sale, wilh harness -.iCseB
to suit All work sold by me is made at H)jg?I
the Clark Street Manufictorv, "and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, tor Cash or good notes, ns any work
made Xorth or East
Retiring done with promptness and dispatch, and nil
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended fo. fniarl.'i.
1- HAVE this day associated wih me in the Saddling Bit.
sincss inv son, A- C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J". D. Mai ch A Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account will please come
up and maKe pnv.nenr. J. u. .uahuii.
J3f" Thankful for the liberal share or patronage heretc
foic, a continuance of the same is respecludly solicited.
jan2 J. 1). MARCH A SON.
HEXAS LANDS. t e have lo.OOO Acre. of Land,
lvins 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 Maies, Ac. The titles are
good. The patents can be seen by calling at onr office. The
laud is all ot excellent .quality, "consisting of timber and
ALSO. 600 Acres of first rale Cotton Land, lying on
Cumberland river, in the neighborhood of the Hermitage.
It is all under a gixid fence ami in a high state of cultivation.
It is susceptible of being divided into four or five small
tracts, with pleasant building site on each, and well watered
with never failmgSpnugs.
GLOVER A BOYD, Agents.
julvSO " X'o So. Cherry Street.
f AND WARRANTS. We are buyingatid paving
j the very highest pnee forLAXl) WARRANTS. 'Per
sons ut a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by nuilorotherwise may, depend on getting the highest
pricesat whichtheyaie sellingatllietimein Nashvilie and
Ihe cash remitted or paid to order.
jnli-21 DYER PEARL A CO.
LOST. 1-md Warrant, Xa 4229, lor 40 acre,-, issued
to Allen Thompson, on the 21d April, 1851, under act
of 2?th September, 19."0,.nnda-oigned to W. Ik Shapard A
Co. in blank has been lostand a duplicate variant will be
applied for, forthe benefit of said V, . B. Shapard A Co.
julysT Cw W J0SIAH FARRIS, Agent
SS. WILLIAJISr-Ageut for John WiUiams, .New
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
1 1 sS25SSSSgs"'
ESTABLISHED FOR- TEN YEAliS.
OTJR Goods are sc ected and purciasyd by ourselves,
wllh great car in tha h& luaiket-". widen enabled di
to sell low )br OASH. Onr fandies are WAlt RANTED to
house iu ih conn-
Eevolvers wid Pelf-
c july-2 tf. .
SINGER'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEuLE PJ2RPEN
Sxured by two Distinct Patents.
THESE extraordinary Jhcliir.es have had numerous di
plomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew
ing Machines ever devised Thenow form one of the most
aitractive features of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal
Palace in New York-.
TjieproprietorshavingvcrffcfBd their greit manarietorv
inXewlork, ao now able lo produce the Machines ath
cheaper rate, and have determined to give the benefit to the
public, by reduc.ng tlie price $25. Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will be sold at cither cf our regular officer
8100 Cash, without "Deduction or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities pf .these .Machines for hit the
worKot the Ulotluer, tailor, Shoe Jlannf.icturcr, Saddler,
Catriage Trimmer, Cap Maker, and Corct Maker, It is un
necessary to spade Tto character of the machities for thee
brandies of business is established, and they are known
and admitted to bo the most perfect instruments for the pur
pose ever devised. The clear profit on each machine is
from f-Kio fo $lw)0 a year, depending on the fineness and
difficulty cfthe work done. Wo de'ire to call the pirticn
Iar attention of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to onr ma.
chine fr stitching tine linen and cotton goods. We can
satisfy any person interested thai no other machine has ever
done or can do thiskind of stitching perfectly. The price of
the machine includes the necessary a rticfes fur ning.
When ordered they are picked, cnmp'lr.te for immediate use,
and Kill printed instruct! jus for Using are furnishdd.
Eiihurof the Express Companies, or Merchants visiting
the pIacbs wher5 our offices aicl.ic.ited. afford omrpnVnt
meditim for purchasing mechiiies.
rrincipal uillce, 0. 33:5 lirmilway, X. V.
f No. 251 Washington St, Dnslnn.
0.57 South 4th St, Philadelphia.
No. 153 Italtimore St., Daltimore.
No. 197 Elm St, Cincinnati.
I.1L SIXGKR & CO.
TfliTVEESITY OP NASHVILl MEDICAL DEPAUT-
THE Third annual Coure of lectures in this Department
will commence fin Tuesday tho first of November next,
and continue till the first of the ensuing March
PAPt F. Eve, M. D., Principle and Practice orSnrgery.
Jon.x M. Watsox, M. D.., Obstetrics and the Diseases of
i omen and tuilurcn.
A. II. liccu-ix.vx, M. D., Surgical and Pathological Anat
nv and Physiology.
II- T- I, . T T.f...l. , Tl it..
iv. xuviia.-o, .i. xy. lu&iuuiea auu rraciice Ol uuul-
C. K, Wixstox, M. D., Material Mcdioa and Medical Ju
risprudence Rodert T. Ported. M. D-, Genera! and Special Anatomy.
J. ISekoiex Li.vnsLKr, M. D Chemistry and Pharmacy.
. WjluaiiT. Unices, M. D. Demonstrator o! Anatomy.
The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, on the
ursi Jionuay ot ucuioer.
A full J'reltmin try ovrsr of Le-fureS will be given by
the Professsors, commencing also on the first Monday of Oc
tober. The Students will have free access tn the State Hospital.
Fee ir each l'rofessor $15. Matriculation ticket fi; Ui-
Rpctinn' tickpt sMtl. flradn:ltion f s.-i.
Good board can be obtained in the city at from $2 TA tn 1
f 3 per week. Further information may be obtained by ad
dressing the Dean J. D. L1XDSLEY, M. D
Nashville, July SO wAtw. Dean.
CAUTION TO GINNERS OF COTTON.
THE undersigned dealers in and manufacturers of Cot
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton to
them for sale that it must be packcti in such a manner tljat
the samples drawn from theedges ot tho bale will fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of the whole bole; other
wise they will plainr, from Ihe seller or owner, as damages,
the difference between the actual worth at the time the fact
is ascertained, and the original rot, with alt expenses in
curred pivious to detection, and the cost of returning the
cotton- -should it be returned. And furthermore, tliat we
will whenever a palpable case of fraud in 'nicking cotton is
defected, catie the same to be pnblisheil in the papers of
this city, with the names of the seller, owner and sinner.
i The undersigned are compelled to this course by theire-
quent cases of fraud detected in wrand fihvly packing
cotton resulting Irequently in Iieavy losses to lue owner,
and will if continued, lower the character of Nashville Cot
ton, and thereby injure thfwe who pack cotton honestly.
ANDREW ALLISON, Agent,
Tetm. Manufacturing Co., Lebanon.
CHEATHAM, WATSOX A CO.,
Of Suamore Mills.
JOHNSON A "WE.VYER.
J. A R. YEATMAN.
Alisouia Manufacturing Co.
WM. E. ARMLSTEAD A CO.
JOHXSON A SMITH.
., JOIIXSOX, 110RXE k CO.
J.A. McALLSTER it- CO..
: ' " P. E. T.OOXE. '
HEXRY T. Y'EATMAN."
augt twA-wSm. -
VALUABLE LAND E0E SALE.
WUMnone mile of tie Sqwreof Xiitittile.
I WILL sell my Tract of Land, lying immediately n the
river. one milo from tlie toiiaieof Xashvillc known as
the Nashville Race Course containing about 300 acres.
Ihe lanu is the ven- best river ocitoui soil, well adapted to
thr production of all kinds of ajrriculltiral produce,
cominanus a ueauiuui viev oi uie cut uuu nivr. t
For farming purposes it cannot be surpassed by any land j
in the State. It contains a fair proportion of timber, and (
Ihe balance wellsuited for cultivation. Upon the premises
i-. i r ...i.t. .1 ...li: I .. .. 1 .It .. . . I
ISa TKU Uljuiliu uuie tiaiiic (llteiiiu tiuusv, diiu ail iiv;i
sary out houses, good barn, com houses, stables, Ac. Up
on the premises is, and has been for the last twenty yearn,
an established race course, now in good order, wilh all ne
cessary improvements, tine observatory stands, large, com
modious diningrooius, gaining rooms, Ac.; indeed every
convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race course
and fr that particulat pui-posc commands more idvantago
than any "ther place in Tennessee.
If not sold it will be rented for the ensuing year, ISM, on
accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in Wil
liamson couutv, Tenn., or to Thomas O. Pointer, Xashville,
Tenn- octlt wly LYSANDER McGAVOCK.
JT'OR SALE. I wish to dispose of the tract of Lund
. whereon I now live, situated in Coffee County, Tenn, in
the vicinity of Beech Grove, containingabout 823 acres, two
liundred of which is under fence, in a high state of cultiva
tion. There Is not a single acre of the above amount lhat is j
not in cultivation bat what is thoroughly set in blue grass. ;
This firm is well adapted to stock raising, every field is wa
tered by good running water. 1 he improvements are gi.od I
and all new, a good twe-story dwelling with nece-ary out ,
buildings. The location i a desirable one for persous who
wish to avail themselves of tlie advantages of a gKJ per
manent school, distance from the Xasiiville A Chattanooga
Rail Road ti miles.
june3. w. tri-w. WILIS. WATTERS0X.
-) ARTICULAR NOTICE.-Our accounts be:ng
X sinalltuida grcatmiiny ol them not worth the trouble
of collecting, we have this day closed our Books, and will
hereafter do business entirely for C.isn. Persons wishing
to buy en these terms will find it to their advantage to call
on us. .lG
Persons luiviTO claims ng-aiast ns will please riweni. them
for payment andthose indebted will preasecall:indpi"iip.
iVl RAJ XlAOX.
G'EDAR TIJ1RER 1 havecustrti.tly on hand, IS
miles fium Xasiiville on the R;iilrtKid, Cedar Sill and
Linfcl Timber, Flooring and all other CodarTimbeT.st the
shortest notice. Also, Cedar Stifces, which I will load ou
cars at $20 per thousand. Orders will be thankfully icceiv
ed and promptly ai tended to bv the nubscribcr.
jiinelo 1m. JXO. HILL
17011 RENT. We have a large room over our Drug
. Store, hich we will rent or lease for a term o I yeais.
It is very large and has a due entrance.
STRETCH A ORE,
aug. Corner College and Union.
I?OR RENT. A Brick nouse on Vine street 2 doors
so .th of Broad, containing 4 rooinsv Also, a frame
house near the Ufupiti, containing S roonn, besides kitch
eu. stables. At, with a garden spotufan acre.
auglt ii.v GLOVER A BOYD.
SAA1. S. W1LLIAJIS has become interested in our
business which will still be conducted nnderthe style
andfinnof IJulylSI JOHXSOX, HORN A Co!
JTWJIILY CARRIACE FOR SALE. An ex
. ccllent Family Carriage, (second hand,; for sale with
good double harness, can be had a bargain for casli.
L. MOSES, Auction and ConL Merchant
nngll If Xol9, Col lege street
One of thecheup
Jj est and best preparations for the Hair.
r i i... irvcito l ir.nn 1 T.it..
M ElSS .t McOILU Indies and Gentlemen's
Furnishing Store. Xo r.fJCoUegt-st
ONE HUNDRED 1IARREI.S ST. Lllili
FLOUR. I have just received a hundred barrels
supcrune nour, cuo ice branu
apriI22 SAMUEL SEAY.
COTTON Y'ARNS AsnDnlr of"o.s 500,600.700,
V J 800 "Sycamore Cotton Yarns, constantly tent by
- . " a nrr IT
CUEATIIAlr; wlTSOX i CO
jpMcxaa: youesslej the pocket "isroEAPirJi-
,0! EVBfiY 0NEJII3 0WNPIIYS1CLVN.
'"r1,? Wilion, wilh One
,Iu!,drwl Engrarn.gs sljowinff
Diseases and JratK.r.tV. r .1 '
Human 'Srutenr id n'nM kj.-.i
1 Crai. lo- which fa added n Treatise
t on the Diseases of I'emalebeinof
uienignesi miponaqce to married
kui a copy 01 tue jtaULUU'llS
to his cliild. It may save him trtmi
1 an eaily grave. Lct no young man
or woman enter mto llm mt nkll.
U&ZJ't 0 POCKET
and the wlioI ,,,! ..r i' . ireiings
l.rtI.irr,Af -".pre"Cfcnaticnii. and given, un
iZJZi:VZ'.! Another rnemoot Wis,. ,...n:-'
it haseen ll,i S.
creature lroln tha cry jUTrf diuJs UnrurtDI",6
1 Anyjiersoa sending; TRXNTY-PIVP rwvro "
ched .h3 letter, will receive one copr f iSit?"
f five-cop. will 1 ntfor One Ttoilar. 6?
uiuc.-a, tposi-pa.-o,; jm Wjj -c-onvr,
marchld-ly ' XiiSS&u
TO KILL PAIN we must paralyse the nerves, or mother
words produce a piUyxA the port to which the jwin
ktiUr is applied.
i-yiAisan unnatnra iiensatton, arising from an injury
or disease winch, I eing transmitted along the nerves to
the biain, gives an uneasy to the mind.
Remedies recommended to Kill Palv, or Pai.v Killers,
.u.ui-i piwmcers 01 i jiraiysis, or tDcyaro not wnat ttiey
are recommended for. If the sunerer ot pain is to uudeio
asuspeasionorviUhty,orif ihe unfortunate annorler.ur
iftLepait of the body sulTeruig the tortures of pain, w to
sutler an attack ofparal) sis. we think the the remedy must
Da worse tnaa ttio disease. And, ir Pan is to be Kitted
then the nerves' that transmitted this t-ensatinn, and the
sense that pei c'ive its uapleaaantucss. must be killed also.
If, ou tlie Klier land, it is not it "juim liUer"l is a mis
nomer, and not what us advertisement claims fur it
Itndway's Jlciidy Uclirf does not Kill pain, but
it s-.bdueaits p&roxjtsau&udiciievcs the smTeier from all
painful and uneasy M-nauons. . Kadwav's Ready Relief is
quick in its action -it instantly relieves, and. inimetfiaterv
alter m-Is aboul renHiving the cali-.e of ihe pain, it t!w
and eurte, it relieves and removes the troubling cause, ami
hcuce the joy il iul'u.-vs.
1. It. 1(. Its Vivo Actions. Tlie primary action
of ltulwav'. Ready Keticf is, t. allay the effects of any pain
ful caacs that the htinun system may be visited with.
It secondaiy acton is; tu reinure ihe cuumj itself; tliis it
will immediately tccjuiphsh, for His m ponerful in action
so quick and euectuai, that tiieumnie.it it is applied or taken
the painCil jaroxyisms are relieved, and the unsound parts
made whole, strong, healthy and vigorous. 1
External I'juus ICheuuiutisin. Radway's Realy !
Relief apjilied exiernally tu tlie pons where the pain ia felt,
will instantly allay the paroxyisms, Scatter the cause, or tkt
eomjttted dejxui!t,telitcAanitile Jmihi, and, in a few mo-
11 ciironic, ttoawav R ttenorating ltesotvent usedm
connection witli the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Hheu-
nutisuiin iu must aggmiated turms, nhetlier Syphilitic
oiiitiv licruits:, miiscuiaror iuuan.aiory tier wonuenui
coses of Rheumatism, csred by R. K. 1C Imedles, see
Rjdway's toinily I'r.end for the mouth of .March, 1S63 a
copy will be sent to all who wish it, free of charge, by ad
dicting Railway A Lo.,Nuv York City.)
Painsaround tlie later. Kidneys and Heart are relieved,
and the unnatural irritations instantly subdned by a simple
application ol'R. E. Relief.
.Sick Jlciitl Acliu. R.R. R. will tn all cases cure this
dbu easing complaint. Its ant acid projertie when taken
into the stomach, will neutralize tho acid, and makefile
stomach clean, and the breath sweet
Its countpr-irritintMicar will rtmdnrA n re-u-twur
5 fAifSTKG. ti f n.Ic.tofi,e
fiiSMJ. MWi 3!! i iheevesof
it. n. a. no r
applied to thehead, and invigorate and enliven, and refresii ! only to remit cash Draft orpriie t'ekets, to the Old Estub
thestnses. ' lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Illlnrlinl 1'llllm. llurrbM. Uvsnnterr tlholera r T
Tho unnatural and violent irrititions that afflict the system
while it is under the influence of these uulad es, will, in a
moment, yield to the soothing and pain-reUeving tlCcacy of
the K. R.'Rctief. It allays irritation, it arrests spasmodic
action, li neutralizes lue poisonous miasma mai causes lliesc
paiutul and neakeumgULNcnarges; it enlivens androvignr-
ates with warmth aud suvngtu. the cold, cramped, and I Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen, Muslin with Lin
shnvelled limbs and joints, a..d restores each member and i en liosoms. titugham, and French Chintz, Standing and
organ of the body to a healthful and vigorous condition. Byron Collars, Cndrwear, Meri , Staked Solk. 4;asb-
.in a i.i-uu, itciinjouurM-uui iuc iv. i.. iw.mc- i
cures or reiQuvcs ail imuaiurai causes ui i.neumaiie,.,eurai
gic and Nervous. or painful diameter.
Radwav's Retrulators. prepared from the active principle
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants and Gums, will reg-
uiate anu Keep in a Healthy condition, tne bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, Skin, and all oilier organs of the body. They will
cure costivuest iudigcstivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all billions complaints and levers.
Tli t.itliiw will Kml Ttiiir,nvfi4 ltvr,itslnrs ihn tptt iw.
utatorof tbe sisteni. in assisting lardv nature in the db- '
. . ' ' . . O . ., 1
cliarge of her monthly duties. ogriping pains or sickness I
ctnma.il f .linn-. , I. .ilv ..ham . ... ff ... ..II ..'I... ,
uiko lueiu uueosaui aua easj uiscuargu ui uie ouais vi lue i
Badway's Renovating Resolvent, is a powerful resolverof j
all diseased deposits that have been lying in Ihe system for
years. Apuritycrof the blood and a renovator of the whole I
ror further information of the wonderful pain-releaving-1
and curative powers cf the R. R. Eemedies. tbe public are I
. .1... ... i . . j . it t e .u .r- .
l-efeired to our monthly publications, or Guide to beallli, co
pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at our It
It. K. odice, 1C2 Fulton street. Sew York.
RAD WAY & CO., 162 Fulton, st. N. Y.
. R. IL Ik, for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN", -Wholesale
Agent for Tcnnnessee.
MAX UFIELDS A CO, Memphis.
, juiy&-12m Chattauougo.
And Druggist and Merchants every where.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for Rheirma tttm.Gout, pain in the Sid
Hip. Back. limbs and joints. Scrofula. Nine's Knl
White hwelhngs, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
nains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
Thee Plasters poss the advantage of being put tip in
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli" I
This celebrated Payi Extractor lias been so extensively
useil ..y Ply sicians and tlie people in general, both in this
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any j
thing ubont it Yet ihere may be some, who stand in need I
of its healimr powers who have not vet tried it Fur their I
sakes uc wilt simply state what ii has done in thousand of
cases, and what it will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the fuliowinz testimony from a Physician.
Gentli.me.. our Hebrew PIafcrhas cured uie of pains
of wludi 1 hare suffered lor twclrc years past Lttir ng ibis
j perii-d 1 laboied uuderan afSictioii of my loinsnnd side, aud
inCll lliail I Cllicurcs ilia. ut. iuuuiuh iv it7 r-ij;- '
gestcil, tut without obtaining relief. At lertgili I tf ed jeiir I
t'laster, and am now by its good effects entirely cured. I 1
will locominend tlie Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to ill,
who aie suli" ringfrninc.iivlr.iciii.il of the muscles, or pernio- (
nent pains in Ihe side or back.
TheiiCTrplc.oft.eorgiahsivebat to become acquainted with
ts -virtues when they will resort to lis u-r.
Youis, truly, M. . . WALKER. IL D., ,
Forsilhe, Miuie county, tix ,
To Messrs. Scovil k Mead, New Oileau., La.
JEW 'DAVID'S OR IIEIHtEW PLASTFtt IN NORTH r
Messes. Scovil A Meao: I have Leri troubled ivitb.llie.i
chrome t htuiiiaiism for the UisA twelve jevri. Oh the lstr
ruly lSiK, 1 w-s m bad that I ciiuld i5 turn myself m bed,
auu ine pain so s-vere inuv i iiau i pi siejn vrun. iicmi wjt. ;
At thistiiuemy attiling PnyMuiu ptrlM:d the 'HeWew '
Plaster," and .1 acted like a'ciurm; the win left me and 1 .1
slept nioie ilian hair of tlie ingiii. and in ihree d I was 4
able to tide out. 1 consider Ihe "Itetuwv I1ster'm tbe best I
remedy tor all saris of pamsnow in io . !
"G. W. McMTXN.
nendersonvilte. N. C, Aug. 1 ft, 1M.
jr sr :--- ijt ir t
Beware of counteifeits awl boc imitations!
Tlie genuine will m future Iiave the signature B.
Taylor on the tie4 plate engrave.1 label ou the top of each
Puicliasers are nd vised that a recon counterieit of tMsar
icles is in existence.
Tlie genuine is sold only by us, and our agentsappoiBted
hrovghout the South and nopdlar is allowed to'sll it
Dealers and purchasers geiierallr are cautioned against buy
ing of but our regular agents, otherwise they will be imjH
ed upon with a worthless ailide.
Forsale by SCOVIL & MEAD.
Ill Chart res street, Xeir Orleans.
General Wiolesale Agentsforthe Southern States, lo whom
all orders must be aJdresseu.
EWIN. BROWN A Co.. Nashville, Tenn.
W. W. & J. D. BEKUi, do;
OABTWEIGUT A ARMSTROXG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do ;
H. G. SC0VEL. do.
vaT.TTALE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
: . , ,. ti ,
Paridson county. 25 miles above Nashville by the river!
U.ni le"fromit byUnd. The land lies about a mile from
tract contains 378 acre, 1B0 cleared, the rest well timbered,
4 6 of the land river bottom. Tlie place is well improved
bnct dwelling nouse wnn s targe rooms, passages, portico
and gallery, brick smoke house, carriage house, carriage-
houses, barn, cribs, housa built for a gin, overseer's house.
Slock water in abundance and as good a spring as can be
found iu the State and a orchard of young fruit trees.
Tbe land is unexceptionable: adapted to cotton. orn;and
all other grain. S. W. GOODRICH,
may 21 m w . or W. E. G00DRICH.
dies, are made from the active properties of medicines. I and gentlemen. Gents Cloth Gatfers, Gloves, Kid and
Nothing inert -or inactive enters their composition, so that ' Silk. Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, tluuroi, Wash Norma,
the system is not clogged with worthless and inert matter. Cuff Gloves, aud Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
In conclusion we would remind ihe reader that Sadway's and Silk Hsndkerchitft, Stocks, Ties, Waterfords, Albert,
Ready Rolief, relieves the sufferer from pain (not kilK laud De JoinvuVs, plain. Emb'd and self-adjusting, CraTtts-
f - aaeiiing Xgaoslr':"
1 .C;d btrOieKMonrshrotrerjOTfaIwhirr. ,t,- m
W. 1 :.. . io ,n.'?"r. rotwtngthe sensirnlit 1AA anil n4r.
Vfel Jlapkiwi fnKii their iaeicusabie nnd l.m.t.M. :
most nervous and intns .ri...i
the human familv fo K
A IIOIIKN'TOITS sr-RTtrnT
Itkirli !.ll 1 r,
' thed - tv:c"'s 'r aearesi taierests; nad raising
oanumbageX TO ,CKUa ,rom morm l0a for
Rm J!!K.GPMFSE 0F TflK FCTURE 1
( ""i sujoeniy oeeome the proud poa-
i TTJTvnvr tr it-tj ....
L i..t. ,v
IlITSftf th&t mm! hAantittil .,.
mislr given touhe worM by tkountiringenereiesTand Seat.
I " ' I. .VMmMT.l.u UCUCUGlUn 01 U1C iTU-
The Truly Fortunate and Ear-fiiaied.
Lottery Agents nnd Urokcrs, .
V PYI'EK & CO.
f0. 1 LwUTSTliECT. IULTIMOag, MaCiLAXO i
(i-'Rcad the wnWesale benefits bestowed Ut month,
-f ?4l0i0Wd toanewCorresDondentin AlaharruL
el5,wu Mrfd to a Club, in Oeergm.
112,000 soM ta a Farmer in Ohio.
l,yoosold to arplant-r in Mississippi.
7,000senttoa Lady in V.rgima.
M-i. CorrP-ot in South-Carolina,
ffiv to a J,cr:huiit in Bvilirmore.
li:SCnt.'n Packe3,: W1101" Club in PentL.
1 MK,.1n I?"" to Correspoodeat fn N. Ore-Una,
cl2,nlO stnt ta haviumah, Georgia. ,
lor bnlliant Priies, lways mail your orders,
PYFER k CO . Xo. 1 Lvjhtetrtet, Baltimore
The most successful method to draw a PrSTtf to
"Ahtuch word osFaiT at Pyfer & Co's.
l-Jt'J Forwa-d yunr orders without delay 1
Snlcndid Scli'fnies for An.. lfitl
T? The Certrdcatc Prices of packagis of quarter tickcij
only, are given below.
Price ot Prieaf
14 drawn '
6 Of 20,0
8 ,' 10,000
. lr"Drawmcs forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawtu
, trCorresiKifldenti will please orJerafew days before
tuc unierira kit: unfffi
There is a Ianre per eentaee in favor of thr. nnrrh-Lr
who order by the Package, and th t tutiMjea of drawing fijnr
of tlie largest Priiesi in tae Scliera-, are thereby secured.
We advise the purcbuse)! Packsgtx of Tieketn in rvcrrln
stance. tTDank Drafts or Certificates of Derosit payable in G-jId
at sight, will bo prompt lr remitted totooso Currcspondents
who draw priies at P FEE A CO'S.
RyHemerriber A ParKAOEof Tjcxbts, can dirwrovK
of the most splendid priiea in o scl etnc
ZSTln order to secure a Fortune, and tbe eash immediate
ly aller tlie result is known, the raiders of this puper hsvo
PKEtt i f '
No 1 Light street. Baltimore; Xtd.
MYEKS & JIsGIXL
DE4LEMS tX BTEHT DtsCHlPTIO.V OP
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Enrnisliintr and Fancy Goodi.
! "YTTII II R li mar lie- found a.- ail timesa large essort-r-
I' V iflent of Wiuchoter's. Dim A Jnno'a .V
lw. mi iif ojwr.
uienr, iuaia uiitiKt ana vaiuon riAtinel, lor iadieA
Strengtliening Belts. Kobe de Cliambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Ones, Riding Whipn, Truiiks, Sole Leather, Valises,
Carpet Bags, Satchel-!, Dressing Cuses Work Bazas, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Trarelliiig Companions, Ramis and
Itaajr Stiops. Com lr!, l.'nL-hes," Good year's Cum Goods.
J , VM.lb, ' , Mlrt, U1U
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept br Fur-
" -1 ' C?. J L J
i-erittmery. loner, tsoiues. t-oce( Cutlery, Ac, and
We have rase-arramrenieB ts with our fKend.o at Hi
North to forward ux Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in less than ten days,
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS k McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of tha
Square. Nashville: octll
FARM FOE SALE.
cleared land. There is evert ibine on it to render it dosira-
i Lie as a country residence, such as a great variety of fruit.
an abundance ot spring ana wen wuler, grass, Ac It de
sired it wRl be divided into small portions.
For terras, Ac, apply te Johx Kirxjias or toR-W.
Baowx, Gea'l Agent, Xo. 68W Cherry street, orto
june) dAwti. W. D. PALE.
SITXDRiBS.-100 bVs best Ffcwr; luO kegs of Nails,
IvvO bbL- No 1 Salt; So tees assorted Iron;
30 doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbb Brimstone;
a) nests of Tnb; 5 " Alum-,
SO " half bushel measures; 101 Plw;
5000 lbs bar Lead; bbb No 3 Mackerel;
I'OO bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
KM aSsorteil Dbnjijobns; SO bbls S S Almonds;
5v boxes Cuba Sixes C(pin 01 " Largo Pecans;
50 foz Bedcords and lanes; SO boxes Figs;
60 bags Race Ginger; 30 " Tobacco, assorted;
25 bag I'ejrr; 8 tierces Fresh Kicer
50 boxes Dred HerriBg; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cssik Madden 50 boxes Fresh Teas;
boxes StoHghten's Bittcrs;U " Crome'a best Indira.
80 " B Wue-at Flour, ext; "
Together wilh many other articles, which will be sold
low, by deel t L. II. LANIER, Market it.
ACARl). 1 beg leave to inform my friends and pat
runs that I hare removed to the store on ihe nirnrr rX
lAHltr ami unerry stieels. from niyoW stand next door.
Mm) to inform them that I hat e on 'hand a choice lot of Ci
gars, Suiilis. ToJmcj. and Pipes; those Iu wantof good ar
ticles, would ilo ell to caW, as 1 keep a-ToBACcoxmSroEe.
Little iBrKan, eerneraml Cedar Cherry its.
LADIES' FINE GAJTKI!:, SLIPrEHS, &c.
Sup-SaWnFFiincaiseUaiftr-.tiji'd foxed, plain toes.
ronon-tuereu i.n'Uie rwm cHippers;
Bbtk " do;
(.'cuts' Elegnnt Tatent Leather Roots:
SunerMtr French t'alf Ilt-M .tn.
1 w do-
" FtiT Cloth Conciuss Gaitcks;
Just received by RAMAliK A CHURCH,
jiuia So. t College id.
.UNITED STATES. MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FlFTY-FIVt HOURS.
New York and Charleston 3tean Packeti.
T ' EAVES Adgert Wharveseverr Saturday
lia auimcy. Jili. Aiicer. .. ton. ii7
J. DfckfetAoti, ComuiaBder .Xiirion, l" toes, il. Berry
Tlie Sonthcrncr, W. Fonr, Commander, win leave
eaek aHemte WeUnesrlay. Having been newly coppered
ami gvuds mwed, is now id onaeie order. -
IV ftegbt or pa"1, ! ,nfT 'e Room Accent-
' WJ HEXKV MISSR00N,
CornerEast Boy and Adger's Son. Wharves.
Cabbfet psi'wire Steerage f .
N. B. A new skip will be- plsced on tbe Line to connect
wrtbthe- Seuttrenwreu Vi edrtesdavs. feblT tr-
WE take pleasure in announcing te oar numerous friends
and iwtrrnw, that we are now ready to accemmodats
all who may wirfi to avail themselves of tbe benefits of onr
place. Extensive preparations bare been made for the enrn
lort both of the ieraJM and the man of pleasure. It were
needless for ua to atk-met, to set forth the 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 i way either entirely cured or greatlr relieved
paiticukrir such as have been afflicted with Scrofula, di
Mtasesof tbe Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of tbe Di
gestive System in general. Of ihese facts, there is an abun
dance of proof, and many who have certilTed to them, andtbo
same have gmic fcrth to the afflicted reople. And we have
at this time two living specimens cr Scrofula cases, cured
sound ana well, witn as, to De seen as lesnmony u our ceo
I hralion? OBt
j ,)Vecae,m Macon T'. 12 ?
1 fZ' i,T,1,?I
4 otner gomi c. wuuj
Ia;banon, tVUson cminij. Aiaruwaie, L-onnage, Uuinsboro .
Tomkiu-iville, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac.
CAll. r BAHS, 1
J. A. iAYI.OIt, V
S.a PEYTON, j
mavl2 tr wgra
Y ENOINUSCHK1DAA1 SCIINAJPS-Wehave
VJT a few dozen otuus nne Ugcer. tor sale at a knr
f price at
LYONS A CO.
No. IV, Cedar .-sireeL