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NASHVILLE, TENN: "SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. 1853.
VOL. XXIV.
NO. 84
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UNION ANDAjlERICAN.
' OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICIC STREET.
TI1K WEEKLY UNION AKI) AMERICAN Is furnished
lo subscribers at Ihe following rates: Single copied,' one
year in ad ranee. $2 .; n itliin the year 3 00; at the end
of the year ft 00. Cuius Of fiva and upwards ?2 00
per copy fr one year. Clubs of subscribers Will bere
ccired for six mouths at the foregoing rales,
lie TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $5 per anuuin in advance; if not paid iu
advance, $ S.
DAILY is publislied at Eight Dollar.
-THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
SUBSCRlPTIONS..iS
Remittances or subscriptions may ba made by mail at our
- rii.
paper will be sent ent of the State unless the order is ac
companied w ith the cash.
JOCKRY CLUB RACES
IfASHVILLE COURSE-
THE Kail Meeting over tlie Nashville Course will com-
menceon MONDAY the 2tli or September, 135S, and
continue through the week. J
ri Day, ilnkiy 20 Sweepslakes foruntriedSy olds;
100 entrance, $S0 forfeit mile heats, j
Jo Averson eaters Daily Peyton s cu c, by agner, dam
by Leviuthan.
V ! llirding enters ch' f, by Ambassador out of Kate
King by Priam.
Wiley Tavlor enters eh c, Wcllirgfon, by "Wagoner, dam
by Stockholder. Also, gc, RagingTad, by Sovereign, dam
by I-eriathan.
' Second Day, Tveeday 27 Sweepstakes for S year olds,
$200 entrance, $30 forfeit two mile heats.
G II Williams enters ch f, by Wagner, out of Eudora by
I'riam.
- Jo Averson enters ch f, Frank Pierce, by Sovereign dam
by Leviathan. ' "
'S II Buggcnters chf, Lady Green, by Belshazzar, dam by
Sir Richard.
Third Day, TXidnejuUy 2S S weepstakfs for 2 year olds,
$100 entrance, S.V) forfeit, mile out.
W W Woodfolk enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock
holder. W G Harding enters ch f, bv Shamrock out of Gamma.
P Fowler enters gc Little Arthur, by Glencoe out of Blue
Bonnet, by Iinjiorted HeJford.
Jo Avervon enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara How
ard. Also, b c, br Sovereign; dam bv Leviathan.
Fourth. Day, Thureddy r) Jockey Club Purse, $100
miln heats.
FJth Day, Friday 00 Jockey Club Purse, 8200 two
mile heats.
Sixth D.nj, Saltirdiiy Octtixr 1 Proprietor's Purse, -$1."0
mile heats bet three in five. T ALDERS0N,
auglO Proprietor.
WALNUT JOCKEY CLU3
RACES.
ASSOCIATION' i
THE FALL MEETING over this Coure will commence
on Monday, the 3d day of October, ltf."3, and continue
throughoul the week, viz :
Finst :av Moxbav Sweepstake for Two year olds.
The dash of a mile. $100 eiitr,$50 foifeit. Closod with
four entries.
Gen. W. "W. Woodfolk ent. b.c. by Sovereign, out of the
dam of Coinnromi-e, by Stockholder.
Gen. W. G. Harding ent. ch. f. by Shamrock, dam Gam
ma by Pacific.
Jo. Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara
Howard by imp Barefoot
Alo ent brc by Sovereign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp
Ieviaihan.
Skojn'd Dat Tuesoat Sweepstakes for three year dds,
mile heats, floO entrance, $."0 torfeit Closed with three
entries.
Jo Averson enters Balie Peyton's ch. C by Wagner, dam
Cbra bv Eclipse.
Geu'WG Harding enters b. f. by Epsilon, dam Beta, by
Imp. I-eviatlian.
Aiso, ch. f. by Ambassador, dam Kale King, by Imp.
Priam.
TuiitD Dat WenxisDAr. Association Purse $250
two mile heats
Focot-h Day Tutbsdat. AsMicIatlojt Pitr'-e 150
mile heats.
Fifth D.vr Friiiat. Sweepstake for three year olds,
t wo mile heats, $'00 entrance, 50 forfeit Closed with
fiveenleries.
Gen W G Harding enters b. c by Epsilon, dam Nanny
Killuni. Imp.
G B Williams enters ch. f. by Wagner, dam Ludora, by i
Priam. '
Jo Averson enlers b. c. Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam
bv Imp Leviath:iu.
' S II Riijfsr enters ch. Lady Greene, by Bel.-diazzar, dam by
Sir Kicliard. j
Wiley Tailor enters ch. c. Wellington, by Wagner, dam
bv Stockholder. I
Sixth Dw-Snrnnw. V.soriatiou PnrM 100
-t'oi.r mill- heat. K. R. GUSC(!CK,
eujt 3 Secretary.
JtlsiEiney's
Ilea per
It Sower. j
I REFER the Fsmiers lo the statements blnw, made by
Dr. John Shelbr and U F. Bradlev. 1 have seen it in !
oiierafiou several times, I am satisfied of its great utility. As 1
he seaviu is advancing, I now otTertha 1 have on hand for 1
2 K- I- I'- CHEATHAM.
june29, 18.'3. Nashville, Tenn.
N.tsnviLLE, June 135". I
Cot- Ii. P. CnEATnu: Pair .Si'r: I have been using i
he " Reaping and Mou ing Machine" paten'ented by Mauney I
of Illinois, n hich you are lioivofl'ering to the citizuns uf Ten
nessee. Itis a FlitSTKATeUBOBSiATLNGMACIIINC Itwoiks ,
NKtTLrand mriDLV. Tlie amount cut jer dav will dejiend j
principally upon the speeil of the team. If the team can j
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres
u ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of Ihe public. 1
Respectfully J. SHELBY.
I, L.F. Bradley! "w managing the farm of Dr. Shelby, j
make the following statement": Wc have had for more than I
one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping ,
machines, we havclried it in clover and grain blown and tan
gled, and 1 now slate that it mows nnd cutscleanertlian Ihe
sythe Made, and that it will mow jier day as much as H I
hands, and it cau reap at least twentv-four acres per day. I
juiie2! -Uw. " L. F. BRA DLE)1
WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE r '
Drrunuti Springs. Jlennj county, Ify.
Til ii first term of the seventh annual session of this W
College conmiijnces he nn-aml Moudayin Sptnn- pi
lire, 1 .:!, and the second term on the.nVot Mualiiiiit the i
I'ullxriini Frt'ni-ii y.
TheFacultv consists of nine exiierienced profosors. Jibe
nuinbero! calcts inv.ittendance last tcssion was 22T, of
whom 15 were from Tennessee. The course of studiese n
braecs the Scientific course of the U. S. Military Academy
and thorough instructions iu History, English Literature,
and IheGreekand Latin Languages. Students are admit
ted to a select course, including Civil Engineering, Modern
languages, Book Keeping, with Commercial practice and
other branches at lheiropti' n.
The Militarv feature is not introduced merely to diuuse
Military knowledge, but to promote discipline, health and
phvsical development.
Charges forluititm, iKiarding, rooms fuel, lights washing,
servants' attendance, aud Use of furniture and anus $io
Tier tenn. Surgeon's fee $3 ier term. For further infor
nntion address A. O.Smith, Ej, Louisville, Ky.. Smith &
Johnson, 7 Magazine street, New Orleans, or It. R. John
n, Supcrintendeiit july23 lilmAwt
" FACTS THAT ARE FACTS.
THO does not know that Lyons & Co., keep always on
V V h.ind the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be had in
(own. All we can say to those who are ignorant of this, is
to request thcin to call and examine our stock, and they
will soon be convinced that such is the case. Don't foi get
the Lion (Lyons) Den, No. 1H, Cedar sticet
Tobaccos. We are just in receipt of a large lot of
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some ot ihe
finest brands, line cut and iu plug, For sale either m hole
sale or retail bv LYONS A CO..
ji,u- j:; ' No. 1 'i, Ced.tr St.
WALL l'APKKS.-Just re
ceived, 2.000 bolts of those
beautiful French I'.iiiers. for Parlois,
Halls. Ac together with a splendid fI
ns-oitment of Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire screens, Win
dow Curtains, Ac
;"0n hand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, rrom
10 to 25 cts per bolt.
KLAGES A G0RBEY,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House,
julyli
Y. W. FINN,
41, MARKET STREET,
BETWEEN CN10N AND THE S Q C A It E ,
Xadtrilif, Tenneee. I
GO LT) AND VKLVKT PA- ffT.
PER HANGINGS. A large ' jdgf,
and lieauliful variety. ptS - 1
Drcorntivc Wall Papers, all CDLKAsai-tf?' 1
the 1 test French designs.
Rordeis, M'indotv Paper, Teastcr nnd Con
tr I'ieccs, aUige assortment
Clirap I nslazed Papers 12,000 piece in strre,
from li1 to cts. jier Bolt. All forsale, an,l Cnuir roa
Cash. ' (
JBST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
AT THE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
NO. 5,
THE LVTEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCICAWAYS AND FA.MII-Y CAURIAOKS.
pjr Take lvnT'Dll50T?SPh",
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK. STREET. -
julvlO IllA 'h. 1 '
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
Ai orsr.t, oa.
riMW. above HOTEL is now open for the reception of rl
L PEKMANEXT AND TRaSIENT BOARDEltS.J.
This lone established and well-known House has tinder
cone a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished wilh
Sw and fashioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will alwavs be supplied with the I.EhT the
market affords and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
cZr both with servants and the regulations of the house
moeraUy, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that may favor him with their patronage.
jan29 ljtrw bPr-AK.
INSURANCE.
N SO RANG
a o
.2ital S2,0005000.
IStACAUEOTT, SBU X"
HENRY
. . j. n. COLUXS, PRHS T
II. HYDE. Tbaveuxo Acest.
F.P.PEGK, Agent.
Dr. 1!. W. Hall,
j- Medical Txaminers;'
Dk.R. M. Porter,
une!5 tf.
PROTECTION, .
INSURANCE COMPANY
op '
HARTF0RD,'G0'N;N.
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums snd Western. Fund
81,000,000!
INCORPORATED 1852. r
PolicieioflnsuraDi-e issncd at oil times on the mast favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY JFIRE, OR THE . .
PERILS OP NAVJ GAT I O.N,
by LINDSLEY & CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, jnlyl It.
lEosiie liisswaaice Coin
paisy ol New TorK.
CASn CAPITAI. 500,000.
S.I.
Loomb. Frt'idenl.
Chas J . JIabtk, Ftcretiti
ry.
TAMES "WALKER having been appointed agent of the
above Comnanr is now prepared to make tire and In
laud Marine Insurance, upon the most favorable terms, oa
all descriptions of Buildings, Merchandise. Personal proper
t r, .tc , Ac. Ageccy at the office of the Nashville Insuranco
nod Trust Co. No. SO College street. , auglO lm.
THEBNITEDTrEEMEirS THSURANCE C01IPANT 01
HASHYtLLE.
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLASSU
Chartered br the State.
THIS Company having fully organized, is
now JC1 dv ti take risks on ell descrip
tions of propertj-, against loss or damages by-3
firi ftlsoamiinst ncnls of the sea orinland nav-
uration. 1'ropoMtions for insurance will be received at the
office ot the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St
A. W. juusu., rresiucnt.
J. a Dasmell, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct 8, 1832.
COHJIlCIAl IKSXTRAKCE COMPANY.
CIIAtlLEST0r, SOCTa CABOLIKA.
Capital 8250,000: All Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Companr at
Nashville, and am fullv prepared lo take Marine, lire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full btatemeut of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street
1 scpi3 JOHNS. DASHiELL, Agent
THEMUTUAL PH0TECTI0S INSURANCE COMPANY
OP NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
"FTICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
J oppositetlie Verandah, will insure on ma muuiai pnu-
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every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notej trans
mitted per mail. . .....
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full particiotion in all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond tht amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
M. S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President,
C. J. F. WnAirroK, Secretary. f janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE on tha North side of tho Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription nea'mst fiie ; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and therisic of the river; on thp Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other oargoa, on
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President
Josispu Vault, Secretary.
Diiuctoik. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Togg, G.
M Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
janl "
LIFE INSURANE.
Now York Life Insurance Company,
A'o. 10G Broadway, New York.
OX TIIU .HIITUAL 1'L.AIV,
Accumulated Capital 8500,510.00.
r. ratsstAS, .iti'irv m. franklin, pres't.
Trr Total number of Policies issued by this
t'otapanj up to July lat, 1352 eight thousand
air litin.lritol Alitl Hli'lllVOnd.
Tr"Tiiiri.!iit' mmln annually on all Life Po-
llcleain thapu of stock, bearing interest althe rateoro per
cent. ,
jrpThedlvldendsheretofore have always averaged rrom
40 to St) per cent. . , .
Try Persons taking ont Policies Tor tho whole term of
life can give their note at 12 months for 4(lper ceul of the
premium, and avOUpercentincash.
Aiipllclcations Tor risks, prospectus orthe company, or In
formation relntingto Hie subjetlor Life Insurance may to
mada at the ofllco ofthe unda rsigned General Agent for the
Stale nrTennessee. JOSEPH NASH.
OOce X. W. corner Public Square,
opposite Planters' Hank. A'a-hvUle, Aug. IU, 1852.
I.IFK INSURANCK. "
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART-
FORD, CONNECTICUT.
James Duos, Pres. Hlsbt K Iilleb, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus 300,000. . .
I.vsmusCE on lives of white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plsu.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes0" reasonable
terms. & LOOMIS,
jan 15 Gm Agent.
LlFU I3SUKAXCE.
,i;tua Inuraiice Co. of Hartford.
LIFE OEPARTMENT.
Annuity Tund ilSO.OOO.
EXCLUSIVKLY belJ pledged, and appropriated, VSg?
witli its reserved accumulations, by Ihe ctiartriK3i3.
nJ regulations ofthe Company, to Iho payment of Aniiu
ites and loses upon Insurance on Life, and in no eveutlia
bleforoiher debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
he company.
OFFICC1SS.
Tnos. K. Brace, Pres't, S. L. Looms, Secretary;
K A. Bolxlsv, Vlee J. w. Sitmocr, Act'y, Presdeut.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
K. A.'Bulklxt, John L.Boswill,
! Robert IIcku, Roland Mathkr,
! Milks A. Tin Li, Edwin G. Riplit
' IlENRA U. PkATV. ,iV
This being joint 8tock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash M,tein, Ilia Managers have adopted a table
' ofratesofpreralu'm as low as is consistent with safety and
, nucA tirmtrthan those ot the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, rccelvod by the
I undersigned, who will furnish Trospectuscsof the Compa
any, and any information relative thereto.
vrpKlsks onslavesagainst diseasesaud accident causing
death, taken; Polices lBsued and losses adjusted at this
A-enci JOS NASH.Agent,
Office N. W. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Haute. Nashville, aug. 10, 1852.
Ulcilical Kxamincrfc.
-K- Winston, M D. j 0fflcehours,3to5,r.M.
Robert C. Fostrr, M.D.I
On, the Square Xext to Gordon's Warehrute.
YTTOLLD inlonn the people ol .asiivuieaua me tur-
rounding country that he has recently improved
aud greatly enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now prepared
to fill all orders in the marble line at tlie suonesi uunce
ontlieliiosttavoraOieiennsiuri;Asu. n
ticular attention to his well selected sU,ckof mouuuients,
mantle pieces, figures, garden figures, statuary, lomilains,
Baptismal founts. Urns, Yases, Tombs, Ac-, maiiyof which
aie of the purest Italian Marble, and from the chisel or the
best Euioixsin masters. His arrangements are now com
plete for furnishing all kinds or marble, either or his own
manufacture or imported. He has on hand a large quant i
ty oHtalian marble, in the rough state, which lie will sel
verv low. House Furniture in Egyptian Marble of the best
quality can
be had at his yard, lie liauers iiiuucu iuai .
can n.ov serve tlio public onus aroimu...
e-tabhshment in the west. A snare 01 pmw
V " . .. . Imirill.
patronage is -nlicited. . 1 -
P. S The attention ofthe lovers of the Fine Arts is di- I
recle-lto mv as-irtmentof Statuarj;. Tlicy are or the rar
est aud finest piahty, and ol diicctimportations.
JAMES D. LEHME R,
Prjla:3 aai Qjnsral Commission Merchant,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PROMPT at.ention ffiven tothe sale of COTTON. DRIED
FltL'fT, Fi'.ATHriKS. GINSENG, BEESWAX, At,
Ac. iiiKHi wiiich ad sauces will be made if required.
I4f Orders promptly lillel Tor Cincinnati Manuracturcs
Ft.uir, Wlusk, Ac, Ac
'Jt Agent' tor the saleofSiar and Tallow Candles, Salc
rains. Pot and Pearl Ash, and I.ml Oil, which will be fur
! nished at lotreti inaHtt rate intinmt Gmtnion.
1 fjnly3 diw2m.
"T TALUAULE DWELLING HOUSE FOR
SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his residence
n Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to
R, C. POSTER, 3d.
Or in my absence to ' O. M. FOGG,
nne 17 tf.
I
MISCELLANEOUS.
BBR COiWAIW9 '
Of.Haiardville, Connecticut"
a. a mztiin, prks't. a. k. douglass. secV.
CONTINUE to furnish Oun Twder of all their well
known brands Kentueh; Mils, American Sporting
jnd'mn liljte'm tegs, half and quarter kegs and cauuisters
of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
BLASTING AND MINING
purposes. The reputation of their Oun I'owder Is too well
known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
iny Powder Depot, North-east corner of (he Square.
, S. It. LO0MIS, Ag't fortius 1L I. Co.,
aug2 tf Nashville, Tenn.
J. ir. Harrow's JPntent jTlaiitnUon
cons nur.i..
TITIS Mill differs from all others in the conttrac tlon of
the npper or Running SL-ne, which Is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast iron Case, which
forms the back anil hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Eye, or
Bash,thanlsofgreaterexternaldIameter at tlio bottom that
at the top, which is secured to tho back by four bolts, so that
every block U in the form of a dove tall which gives greater
strength to aSloncthananyother method which is required
In small mills, where the stone Is run with great speed, and
oecomcs aitngeroui n not strongly made, it aisorrives any
weight to a stone of small diameter that is required without
having itthlck or high, that makes It top heavy.
This millts a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, In
the form of a busk, with Hndgo-tree, Spindle Balance, Ring
Driver, and Regnlating Screw, and grinds u. on the same
principle a &Ian.e mill, differing ouly In the Runner Stone;
this being of great weight enables It to grind nearer the cen
teragrcater quantity of grain with lns power than any other
mill now In use. This mill Is portable, and may be attached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Ercnch Burr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph H. Barrows, of Cincinnati, .Is the inventor, for
which bo obtained Letters Patent in 1842. For alllufringe
meuts the purchaser will he held responsible forthe right
ofnslng.
These JJitlsdonot require aMillrlght to set them up; and
elltbatls necessary to put tljem lu operation, is touttncha
hand to tho pulley on the spindle, with a drum suuTciently
large to run a twenty-four inch Mill iUfl revolutions per
minute, attached to Gin. Meam. or Water Power. Itv the
steady application of two horsepower the Mill will grind s x !
to 8 bushels per hourof good meal: and will grind wheat f
n. wnlljia rnrit. Tim llitrtr inrh mill. If Tint lo it. fnltp.t I
sneed.wii' erlndlrom teu to mteenbusneisnerhour.
. - . j
These mills are warranted to be In every respect as recom
incnded, UiKEiTioxsroR Usiyo. PUceyourrnlllahoutSOfaotffora
the Driving Pulley in a level position; make tho Lolt of
leather six or eight Inches wide. Give ihe StonoJin revolu
tions a minute with the son. Keep the neik and step of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of tbo
Running Mone. in the same way as the Cross on the Driver,
that is, tho way they are trimmed to run.
Refer to Thos. Patterson, Esq., of Highland county. Ohio,
Jesse Ileal, Esq., of Clinton countyOhio; C S. Bradbury,
Esq . of Cincinnati, aud a number of others.
All orders directed to JOHN" E. BOOM AN,
No. 5? Broad R-ay, Nashville, Agent for MIddleand Kast
Tennessee, qr J. H. JJUHKOVVS,
Jan 2&rrd. tr-w. & w. ly. West Erontst Cln.O,
ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE.
TTiii ?iVtai.iVtAN r,fltirlhn fMltmtnniT mvi.tonil nffivin
reasons why every f.im ly' in th8 South should use the t
11 loughl iron fjvvfinq siotts.
Manufactured by them and called -
THE TENNESSEEAN: : '
1st. It is of Southern mauufiBturo, beinjr made by tlio 1
subscribers in the oity of Niihvillo. I
2nd. Itis of such desirable material that it must outlast ,
three or four cast iron Stoves.
Sd. It is more complete in its cooking apparatus than anv I
cast irou Slove. j
ith. It is so simple in construction that a child can use
if.
5th. Itseconomynffnel is such that it does not use half
as much fuel nsa'cast ironstovo of the samesizc.
Gth. In the economy of timp it is important, a? it can be
heated ready for use in a few minutes.
7th. Its unifqrmregqUrity, as every part of the stoye js ,
heated at the same I imp, I
8th. Its perfect reliability as we have put up oyer -four
hundred of them ii) this StajK arid no one has ever failed
to givoentue satisfaction, SNOW, MACKENZIE CO.
jtllyH Collejje L, Nashville.
RICH AND CJIEAJ GOODS AT NJCItOI.'S
CORNER. I havo on hand a beautiful assortment of
Indies' Dross Goods, which will be sold at very reduced
prices, as the sea sou is advancing. Great bargains may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and lawns f mm 8c. 10c. lo. and 15c., and a fine
assortment of Berages of all idyles, Silk Tissue. Evening
Dresses, Ac, Ac Also a good assortment cf MusnnilJ Net
lings. JAMES NICHOL,
junl" No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st.
isSO Ii UTI ON' ."-The Copartnership heretof.irc e
istingtindcr the style of McNAIKY A FHRMAN, ex
piredonthe 1st day or.l'nlvinst. R. C. McNaiiy-ill con
tinue the business at the old stand, and will settle the Imsi
uess of the late firm. Signed R. C. McNAIRY.
Nashville, July Mh, W-i F. FURMAN.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McNAIRY. my
lale partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and respectfully solicit a continuance of Ihe patronage so
liberally bestowed upon thslale firm,
julys Signed F. FURMAN
Tr-r7-"nTfE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS Dotted
V Swiss, 'lain do. super fine Corded and Checked do,
super fine Mull and Nainsook Muslins, Jaconets, Cambrics,
Rich Jaoonot anil Swiss 1'louncings, Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, &c, at McCl.ELLAND'S,
june23 No 20, Public Square.
"A rAN'TI.KS. SCARFS, Ar.-He have some very
I fir.?), r-llIU'iS, ivr. narmKi.ci
Rich .Mantles on hand, new style, iu Silk, lace, Apli-
1X
ca, Ac; lace Scarfs, Crape do, lute urape Miawis, j.iimiii
de Lane do, which we will close out very cheap.
McCLELLANDS,
june23 No 2. PublicSipiare.
ICH DRESS GOODS. On hand Rich SillK,Dress
Rich Black Silks, super Black Gm de Rhines, Rich
Printed Bareges and Tissues, While liarages and While
Silk Marqu sso. While Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses,
Emb'd Crapes, Rich Barege de Lanes. Rich French Organ
diez, Muslins, Ginghams, Ac, Ac. These Goods are very
rich and will De sola at very tow prices, ai
MeCLEI.
McCLEI.LAND'S,
june2!t
No 20, Public Square.
ITALIAN JIEDICATED SOA1. For render
ing the harshest skin delicately gmoothe, white and soft,
' removing saliowness, cutaneous "eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately
, allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
propel ties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalready formed, eliciting on the cheek of age the
clearness and smoothness of loulb. Prepared by Dr. F. F.
Gouraud, C7 Walker st , 1st Store from Broadway, N. York.
For sale by feb'J O EORGEGRE1G.
! TtENClIWNESAND IJ RANDIKS. Always
X on hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, put up iu wood and bottles, aud for sale by
libs jOEOROEGItEIO.
WirAvPLES vVNlT l'EACUKS Just le
ceired, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
in glassjars, and lor sale by GEORGE OBEIO.
C"t HE IiS Ii. 5u" boxes Western Reseive Cheese, re
; ceivedaudforsaleby feM GEORGE GREIG.
Al'PLH
CHJiliSH. 75 Ixixes superior
X
Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, received and for sale by
fcoj . ucoaoii uarau.
ITiIGTsT-mliaml'anor for sale a small lot or very fine
Figs, by reb9 GEORGE OREIG.
C"-TUaf DROPSTA rresh supply offinest riiMlity Gum '
T Drops of various flavors, just received and for sale by i
feb3 1 GEORGE GREIG
C IIIOCOLATli. A superior article ci Chocolate m
I small sticks and iu half pound cake , put up in tin foil, .
and for sale by feb"J GEORGE GREIG.
T7RENCII NEUGA CANDY Just received by
V express a small lot orWhite French Neaugn Candy put
up in tin foil and Tor sale by GEORGE GREIG.
C--, REliN TEAS. -."0 cans fiesli Grten Teas, hermet
T ically sealed, on hand and Tor sale by
1 .
1 -V71RESII TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment
, Jt ()f upk an,t (jreen Teas ofthe finest qualities import-
an warranted superior, tor sale or
rebl
GEO. GREIG, Union street.
1 ?OR HIRE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one
V lOjearsold; apply to 11. A. liAL,LUii t..
julyli
Gcn'l Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick St.
FOR SALE AT AUCTIOS.-I will otter at public
Auction at the rourt house, on Saturday next, thcSOth
inst, 8 beautiful buildinglots, situated in Edgefield, a short
distance from the N. i; L. Depot. Terms ono half cash
and the balance in one end two years, or without interest
with a lien retained ou the land until the purchase money is
paid.
Tlie above lots front 50 feet on Short Street end run back
150 feet to a fifteen feet alley, 11 plot of which can be seen at
mr office. R. A. 11 ALLO WE, Gcn'l Ag't.
july 24 No. 17, DcidencK Mreei.
STRAYED. From the premises of the sub-criber, on
Tuesday of last week (2sth of June,) a pair of BAY
HORSES, about 15 hands 3 inches high, cf a strong and
substantial appearance, between the age ot G and 8 years
old. No particular marks now remembered, other than
that one of the Horses had a recent bioisc or cut on his left
cheek bone, and had on when he escaped the head-stall of a
1..11.A. lilltM"
Any information concerning the above Horses will be
thankfully received, as well as suitably rewarded, if com
municated to W. P. lli:UU, .Nashville.
Nashville. July flth, lfiS-l
I TOY7s CLOTHING DEPOT! The subscribers
I 15 have the most extensive and varied assortment of
C oth ng lor tsoysirom !" vi --, "V" , ". "
Union. Ordcrsfor Gentlemen's Clothing hlled at the short-
eSPereons purchasing Clothing at thus establishment, have
theprivilege of changing them if thJif.vAlonI0r.,-(j. BRQ
S. W. corner of Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia.
April ',1S53 ly
i
drugs; &c.
DO. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COalPOUHIs -.
Tit JifmeJg.porr.uli Iltn&iitt lor Um DUmutvf ltie Mtrtr (
Dpptniia, Snlrrffemt.it and InjliTaition of Om rjtu
Jfeiit&urntr Colin FluUilrnre, Connlryition. ult 1
diseases of Ik IStiicili, and f.tch dlketTn&i as ariw Jrom a '
diirJerJ stair of the Sirmath, I.ictr or EctrvlJ, a. I
Scrofuh aad&rrcsof any kind. Fur Gti'tral lability, 1
from which lidit frtymnltg tvjftr, thtre t vvl tit ,
equal irt thl wMe Materia iUdici.
THE inventor (X this preparation was for three years s
completely prosfrjted-from l)yspepsia and iuaciivityol
theLiverthat lo was rreipiflntly for Weeks at a lime unable to '
raisJiimseirrroia Ids bed. He sought aid from physician? i
at homcand,iu Eimipe, but in vain; hiscasewaspi-onounced !
hoie!essbylhousand.-,'uid it was by accident that he suc
ceeded in enring himself. Since he has been practicing med
icine, his sncco.-vS in snch cases has been uhrivallea. lit '
has boeu aware of the incredulity of the public, and consequently-'said
nothing lhiuughtlie piess of his .own' case ,
until the character of tho medicine was fully established
bvlts success, as shomily the certificates which liavcDeen
advertised. "
1 subjoin the certifies te of Prof. M. Gabbert, of Memphis,
Tenn., with whom 1 often advised during the time ot tny i
sutTcring. j
KEJipniJ, Teniu, April 17,1 '"2.
I hereby certify Ihat I have been acquainted with Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I t,d eve 1
lower than 1 have ever seen any one that afterwards rrei-v?r- J
ed, with hat I supposed to be Dysipi4and liver nfiectinn. f
and after trring thoprescriptiousol manr Physicians in this I
with a preparation of his own in being restored to i-ood
uea!ih, M. GABBERT, M. 1).
Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustaiu the character w e give to it in this
publicslion.
,., , IltrxTsviLLE, Jannary 12,18.'i2.
Dr. Bledsoe: I take the liberty and fell it to Le mr dut v
to recommend to iJl peixms suflering from disease'of the
stomach mid bnvveU, your Alterative Compound, as a very
superior medicine. My s.on, aged 13 years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dvspepsia and diar
ihca tvhen having almost despaired of his recovery I con
cluded to.try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
entire!; enred him. MICAJAII CAYCE.
o- . nc?VI"A0cl. 17.1S51
uil Ulfbsoe Some time has ei.iped since I gave a cei
tificate that my wife had been greatlv benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasuie in saving to
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought to be
the hast physicians in the pfocp and a gruat manr "aifferen
mcdieir.os, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would ronentioiisly
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liverand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON
Hunts ville, Sept 29, 1851.
thfl nnhliriitl
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any thine that would cer
:, ? . r ... , .t . . ' F . . .
liiuuy- iviieve me. uuiu i ineu lueaoorenieriirim. trnrii n-,
i:." j : .1 , '
relieved mo in every attack in less than an hour.
. WM", B. LLOYD.
Giles CofNtr, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
I Db.Bleioe: I eel that I should fall short of my duty
, toyoujmd to those who are attlicted, were I not to further
I recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved Hie, so that I have not had cause to take anything in
two months, i I can eat anything I want wilh impinutr, and
, believe my health is as good u.jit pypf m at iny adrancod age.
Should I ovtr suffer Irom dyspepsia ogaiu Ilull be sure to
, call on you. I am very respectfully your friend.
' ELIZ.VB.ETH J. HARWQQD.
m- . l1? Ah., August 24, 18H.
Tl;is is tg certtfy, that I had suQvred fiir muuy years with
Dyspepsia ud Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy-
sioisn had prescribed forme without mv receiving any ben-
uoi i wuuuuiun mc u ir. uieasoes .Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
herauseofthes.wehappyefiectuDcnothcrscfmyaouuaint
anc- JOSEPH CAROTUL'ltS.
HinrrsviLLE, Ala March 3, 1852.
Da. Bledsoe Sin : Judging froru the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to id d further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound: but I ainst MV. that forTpars 1 siifTntwl a
grea . deal from Ih-jpepsta sn, enlargement of Ihe spleen,
uqa thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak- I
. um v;ooqiuuuii .iwat uine m ceKs since, ana nave g-.imed
2.', or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I pver djfi.
lfENTtY J. GOFF.
J3f"Tha above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DERSlIOTT, General Agent, for wnolesaleing the mad
icine. "Pricefl per pint Bottle, novlS lyd tr
i
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT. 1
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and !
had been bald for many years; by the use or tliree fat- I
tie of Ute Mthvutie Ointment, had hut hair entirely re- '
Uiml, and now has as beautiful a h.edcX ha;r as any man 1
could wish. His age is about 5oyearn.
A sonot Mr. Warrt-n, ol this town, 14 years of age, had ;
been alllicted with the Asthma from his" cradle- He had i
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving arid I
wealthy father could procure, without avaiL It was one of !
the most aggravated cases I eier saw; he was emaciated al- '
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint- i
mentlic was thorough cured, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust health. ,
This was an extreme case of iofiammatUm of the fptcen, i
of long standing; has a vat iely of li eatment from no less Uian '
eyjld difieient physicians, without receiving benefit wa
cured by the use of only four bottles ofthe Jilagnctic Oint- 1
ment. This wxs four months ago and the I.idv (a Mrs. Dun- '
ham, I is still in good health, and able lo attend to her luual i
household duties. Ihavetieated two casesof Chronic Sort
liytf with the Ointment, lmth of the paiicnts .so nearly
Umd, as mneed an aupndant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afflicted lu years, the other .
about Shears. They had tiiel the best p'hvsicians iu the !
Stale, without btcctit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for ,
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain cllbrts to elfect a cure. They are now bv ueof the :
Magnetic Oiutmcut, nearly or quite cuied; and ale able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in anumberofcasesof Piles, and in so cafe hasit I
failetl of giving unrne-liute rtlitfand qentratty a permanent
cm e. I have alsoii-ed it beneficially in seveie cases of Erv-
sipclas. And last but not least, 1 have within the last year 1
cuieu lour cnspsoi i.iiur,u uy me u?e 01 Hie Juatjit
ell lour rases ot I'AAUbll by the Uie ofthe Ml,l,tic
uininum aioue: 1
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every I
disease fur u Inch it is recommended, I can confidently re- j
commend it to bo one ofthe most useful remedies ever of- I
I'cred to the public Respectfully Yours,
BURTON 1IUBBELL, M. D. I
Dated Jan 27, 1 8W, Amelia, Ohio. 1
Thecharactcrof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi- '
vidua! who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of !
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by II. G. SC0YEL, '
BERRY A DEMOYILLE, I
mayC CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG. i
' IRA A. STOUT,
COACH MANUFACTURER, j
No. o Clack Sieect, Nashville, Ttxs., '
Kexidoor to If. S. Fre.w)C Grocery Warehouse, and on-rto-ite
iTiti-rlx A' Stntitu.i's
A LL kinds ofcorriages for sale, with harness
i fV to suit. All work sold by me is made at y
. the Clark Street Manufactory, end warranted, and will be
J sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good uotes, as any work
: made North or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
I persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
1 promised. All orders promptly attended to. Jmurlo.
I A CARD.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness my &on, A. C. MARCH. The business, in ruture
i will be conducted in the name or J. D. Maich A Son. All
j persons indeb'cd to me, by note oraccount, will please come
1 up and make payment, J. D. MARCH.
j.-s? inaiiKiui tor tne liberal share ot patronage hereto
fore, a continuance or the same is respectfully solicited.
jan3 f li J. D. MARCH A SON.
fJEXASLT.ViNDS. We have 15,000 Acres or Land,
JL lying injrSHous portions of Texas, which will be sold
low: or exchanged in purtfor a fine Jack, SLillion, two or
Ihree fine Carnages, good Brood Mares, Ac. The tilles are
good. The patents can be seeu by calling' at our office. The
land is all of excellent quality, consisting of timber and
j prairie.
ALSO. COO Acres of first rate Cotfon Land, lyincon
Cumberland river, iu the neighborhood of the Hermitage.
It is all under a good fence and in a high stale or cultivation.
Itis susceptible of being divided into four or five small
tracts, with pleosint building site on each, and well watered
wuh never failingSpnngs.
GLOVER & BOYD, Agents,
july 3ft No 50. Cherry Sti ect.
r AND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving
ly the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. 'Per
sons at a distance having warrants tosell by sending to us
by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which t hoy at 0 scllingat the time in Nashvilie mid
the cisli remitted orpaid toorder.
julySl . DYER PEARL A CO.
LOST. Lmd Warrant, No. 4229, Tor 40 acres, issued
to Allen Thompson, on the 28d April, 1831, under act
of 2Mb September, 1850, and assigned to W. B. Shapard A
Co. in blankhas been lost and a duplicate wanant will be
applied for, forthe benefit of said W . B. Shapard A Co.
july27 iiw w J0S1AH FARRIS, Agent.
SS. W I LL I A MS Agent for John Williams, ew
Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
for shipment. ulyl4
iriSCELLANE()US.
at
ESTABLISHED E02 Tlt YEAS3
,tm
OUR Goods nrcse.tcted and purchased br ourselves,
witli great care in the best markets whicii enables us
to sell low for CAS1L Our Caodfeaaro WARRANTED to
keep dry; and we sell sa clteup s anv house iu the coun- 1
try. Toys, J'ockpt Oitlbrr, ristoN.' Revolvers aod Self- j
cocking; Spanish Cigars, Ac, Ac. july 2fi tf.
SINGER'S PATENT "STRAIGHT NEEL-LE PERPEK- 1
DICULAR ACTION
SEWINO MACHINE! i
S'cured by to Distinct Patents. t
THESE extraordinary Machines have hail numeroiLS di
plomas and medals awarded fo them, as the best Sew.
ingMachines everdevifed. Thernow form one r.fthemost
anractive feature-s of the Great "Exhibition at the Crystal
Palace in New York, f
. The proprietors hhrlng jierfected their great rnannfacfory
m .New lore, are now nble to produce tha Machines at a I
cheaper rate, and have determined to give the benefit to the
.1-' Jl J-.. - . . .nx.. -t
puuui, uj iciiuuiiiji pritc iiereauer inese unn-
valled Machines will be sold at either of our regular ofilces
for
6100 Cash, yith.ont IJeduotion or Discount.
Of the qdmirablo qualities of these Machines for all the
workof the Clothier. Tailor; Shoo Manufacturer, Saddler,
Cairiaire Trimmer. Cap Maker, and CorsetSIaker.it U un
necessary to speak. Thecharaclerof the machi-ies for these '
branches of business is established, and they are known
and admitted to be the most perfect instruments for the pur
pose ever devised. The cleur profit xm each machine is
chine fie stitchine fine linen and cutton rods. We can
satisfy any person intere-.tod flint no other npchine has ever
done or can dolhisHiud.oj'ijtitciihigperfectlr, Thepriceof
the machine, includes the necescsjry articles fur using. i
When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate use, ,
and fqll priuled intructi jns for using are furnisl.eil. i
Eiiherofthe Express Companies, or Merchants visiting '
tho places whore our offices m e located, affuid a convenient t
medfittm for pntchasing mechines. ,
Principal Office, No. 32-3 Broadway. N. Y.
(No. 251 Washington St, D,iston.
No. 57 So1(th 4th St, Philadelphia.
No. 159 Baltimore St., Baltimore.
No. Iii7 Elm St, Cincinnati.
jqljqO 3ra I. M. SlNQhlt & CO.
TXHTVERSITY OF NA12V1XLS MEDICAL DEPART
I5ENT. THE Third annual Courso of lectures in this Department
will commence on Tuesday the first of November next,
and continue till the first of the ensuing Maich
Paul F. Eve, M. D., Principles and 1 luetics wSurgery.
John M . Watso.v, M. D, Obstetrics aud the Diseases of
Women and Children. i
A. It. Bccuaxax, M. D., Surgical and Pathological Anat- j
omv and Physiology.
W. K. Bowuxo, M. D. Instiiutcs and Praclice of Medi- I
cine. I
C. K. Wixstos, M. D., Material MediQ and Medical Ju-
risprudence j
Rocf.rt T. Pokex K. D-, General and Special Anatomy. ,
J. liLKiutv Liximlet, M. D.. Chemistry aud Pharmacy. '
wiujam i. RniRra, M. I). Demon stratoro: AtiattaT.r.
The Anatomical rooms will he ojwn fr stwtcnts, on the
first Monday of October,
a full FreVraKiry tm
izzii.irv atir of Le tures will be civen by
tha t'rotesssors, commencing also on inenrsi Jtonuay oi Oc
tober. The Students will have free access tn the State Hospital.
Fee of each Professor l. Matriculation ticket $5; Dis
sectinj; tipkpt S10. Graduation fee ?2".
Good board can be obtained in the city at frotn, 2 50 to
3 per week. Further information may be obtained by ad-
t dressing the Dean J. B. LIN. DSLE, M. I).,
Nashville, .1 my gti watw. L''-
' caution to ginxers of cotton.
rf MIE undersigned dealers in and manufacturers of Cot
X ton, hereby give noticetoallpersonsolfering Cotton to
Ihem for sale, that it must be packed in snch a manner that
the sample's drann from tho edges of the balowili fairly rep
resent the quality and condition of the whole bale; other
wise they will claim, from the seller or owner, as damages,
the difference between the aciual worth al the time the fact
is ascertained, and the original cost, with all expanses in
curred p"ivious to detect.fin.and tlo cist of returning the
cotton should it be rsiarued. And furthermore, that e
will whenever a palpable ease c f fraud in packing cotton is
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers ot
this city, with the names ofthe seiler, owner and ginner.
The undersigned are compelled to this course by the fre
quent cases of fraud detected in mitersir.il fttfttly packing
cotton resulting frequently in henry losses to the owner,
and will if continued, lower the cliaiaeler Nashville Col
ton, and thereby injure lliosa ho pick cotton honestly.
ANDREW ALLISON, Agent, '
'fenn. Manufacturing Co. Iiehanon.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.,
Of Sycamore Mills.
JOHNSON A WEAVER.
J. A R. YEATMA.V.
DEERY BROTHERS.
Alisonia Manufacturing Co.
WM. B. ARM1STEAD A CO.
A. HAMILTON.
JOHNSON A SMITH.
GEORGE CR0CK171T.
JOHNSON, 110RNE & CO.
- J. A. McALISTKR .1- CO.
V. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
augl tww.'m.
VALUABLE LA1H) FOR SALE.
mhirtone miU ofthe SjMreof Xuhritie.
I WILL sell my Tract of I-md, lyimr immediately on (he
river.one mile from the Square of Nashville known as
the Nashville Race Course containing about ftKI acies.
The land is the very best river bottom soil, well adapted to
the production of all kinds of agricultural produce, and
commands a beautiful view or the city and river.
For farming purposes it cannot be surpassed by any land
in the Stale. It contains a fair proportion of limber, and
the balance welUnited for cultivation. Upon the picmises
is a good comfortable frame dwelling house, and kII neces
sary out houses, good barns, corn homes, stables, Ac. Up
on the premises is, and has been for the last twenfy years.
an established racecourse, now in good onler, with nil ne
cessary improvements, tine ooscivaiory sianns. large, Corn
uiouious nunu; iuuu, s"""K T
convenience at all necessary or desirable as a race cours.
and for that particnlai purpose commands more advantage ,
than any other place in Teunessce.
Hnot so'd it will be rented Tor theeusuing year, 1353, on 1
accommodating terms. Apply to the subscriber, in Wil
liamson county, Tenn., or to ThoinasO. Pointer, Nashville,
Tenn- octU wly LYSANDER McOAVOCN.
J70R SALE. I wish to dispose of the tract ,.f Lnnj
. whereon 1 now live, situated in Coffee County, Tenn., in
the vicinity of Beech Grove, containingabout 325 acres, two
hundred of which is under fence, iu a high state of cultiva
tion. There is not a single acre of the above amount that is
not in cultivation but what is thoroughly tet in blue grass.
This farm is well adapted to stock raising, every field is wa
tered by good running water. 1 he improvements are good
and all new, a good two-story dwelling with necessary nut
buildings. The location is .1 desirable one for persons who
wish to avail thetnseUcs of the advantages of a good jiei
manent school, distance from the Nashville A Chattanooga
Rail Road8 miles.
june8. w.tri.w. WM.B. WATTE RSON.
1 "ARTICULAR NOTICE Our accounts being
small and a great many ot Ihein not worth the tumble
of collecting, we have this day closed our Books, and will
hereafter do business entirely for Cash. Persons wishing
to buy en these terms w ill find it to their advantage to cali
0:1 us.
Persons having claims against us will please present them
for payment, and those indebted will please call and pay up.
aug4 R & .1 NIXON.
EDAR TL1IRER -I have constantly uu hand, 15
miles from Nashil!e on the Railroad, Cedar Sill and
Lintel Timber, Flooring and all other Cedar Timber, at the
shortest notice. Also, Cedar fctakes. winch I will load on
cars at 20 per thousand. Orders will be thankfully lecciv-
ed aud promptly attended to bv the subscriber.
jnelo-3in. JNO. HILL.
17 OR RENT. We have a large room over our Diug
; Store, hich we will rent or lease Tor a term o I years.
It is very large and has a fine entrance.
3 fa STRETCH A ORR,
nrri Corner Coliege nnd Union.
IOR RENT. A Brick House on Vine street 2 doors
so .th or Broad, containing 4 rooms. Also, a frame
house near the Hospital, containing C room, besides kitch
eu. stables, Ac, with a garden spot of an acre.
aug 14 b.v GLOVER A BOYD.
SAM.S. WILLIAMS lias become interested in our
business which will still be conducted under the style
and finnof ljulylS JOHNSON, HORN A CO.
J' 7A3IILY CARRIACE FOR SALE. An cx-
cellent Family Carnage, (second hand,) for sale with
giKid double harness, cm lie had a bargain for cash.
L. .MOSES, Auction and Com. Merchant.
angll IT No li). College street.
TJAttllV'S TRICOI'II URO VS Oao of the dieap-
11 esiana oesi prepnnuious jor toe iiair. icceireti unu
fiirsale by
MYERS A McGILIi. Ladies and Gentlemen's
jnlyyu
r unnshing StoitJ. No 5S College St.
NNE HUNDRED
RAURELS ST. J.OIiJS
J FLOUR. I have just received
luiililrea Darrein
supernne hour, cho ice brand
apri!22 SAMUEL SEAY.
COTTON YARNS Asnpplr of No-'s &,6e0,700,
MEDICAL.
D0CT0K YOURSELPl THE POCKET SSf-nr.APnri!
I OK, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
. rlIIh Fwticih Edition, with One
HtlDdrodT P.
aim jianonnalions ot tlie
; lluniau-Svsteift in every shape and
fnnifc To which is added a. Treatia
, oa the Diseases of Female, being U
' the highest importance to married
people, or thoe contemplating mar-
risge. By WILLIAM YOUNG, M.l).
I -Let no father be ashamed to pre
; sent a copy of the JiCfLAPJDS
t to his child. It may save him from
, 'an early crave. Let no voung man
or woman enter into the secret obll
u ineirnnysicianT. nr.r,fl.-. ......
t hc JSfJULAPK- UZryiTiTH
Lemarned, any impeiliment, read this trulri seful book m
55?" .Any persKi sendinirTWRVTV.pivo
closed mn letter will receite ouecopvcf ih U workbv SuiT
or five ccpie will be seut for One Dollar. T '
' " , "Pa-paia,) Dlt. WM. YOUNG
J 12 Spruce St. BJUddphia.
I . R..R. It. NO PAIN' KILLER.
rpO KILL PAIN we must paralyse ibenerves, or in other
1 I trunk Hm.ilM mTmnF -! i .... . A .. .1 . . 1. .
'Qer U appfied: '
pam u an unn2tra (sensation, arising from an injury
or disease which, leing transmitted along the nerves to
tin.
. .u muiu
I?rtT..,..i . ... v. . . i) i-
are either producers of Paralysis, or thevare not what they
ai e recommended for. If the suiTercr ot" pain is to undergo j
n suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or f
iftlieiiait of Ihe body suflerinff the torturac of
sutler an attack of paralysis, we think tl the Temedy must
Dii worse than the discaso. And, if i'atn is to he Kiked
tiioa the nerves that transmuted this sensation, and ih
senses that perceh c lfs unpleasantness, must be killed also.
If, ou the oth.r luud, it is not a "pam iilltr,"it is a mis
nomer, and uut uliut its advertisement claims t'oriU
RniUvnyS Ready Rcltei docs not Kill pain, but
and lelieves- tho nmcrer fioni all
setisutiuus. Radnav s Ready Rcuef is
taiitlr relieves, and immediately
alter sets about letnoviiigthe cause ofthe paiu, it evuiAen
and cure; it relieves and removes tlie troubling cause, and
t .1. . f r. ... . '
uvuvu iiiejoy u imuses.
It. It. R. ItsTivo Actions. The primary act'isn
of Kadivaj.' Iteady Rehefis,tolUytheetl'tfctsofaiy jiaBi
ful causes that tne huuum system may be visited witlu
Its secondary acton is, to remove ihe causeitself; this it
will innnoduteiy accin tish, for it is o powerful in action
r wifmw wa tiicciiMinayiuemoweaiit isupptiea or taken
, the painful paao-xyiiuis are tetiered. and the unsound parts
i made wholtj. strong, healthy ami vigoious.
Extornul l'aius RliCuniatLsia. Radwaj's Ready
I Relief appheit externally to the pans where the pain is felt,
j will instnutly allay the paroxy Urns, scatter the cause, or-Ue
. myeted depa4iti,icluch cans tie jmm, and, in a few mo
nisntsthe sutferer will bo quite easy. If the attack i& re
i cent a fe v apnlieation will cui e it.
j II ClUQUiC, Radway's Renovating Resolvent, used in
connection wttli the Ueady Relief, is certain to cure Rheu
t nulUin in iw mot aggravated forms, whether Sypliilitic
j Scl.tic ucrvons, muscular or inflaxatorv (for wonderful
cases of Rheumatism, cared by R. R. It, Remedies, see
Radway's family FrieuJ for the month of March, I853 a
: copy will be seat tua.l howishit, fiee of charge, byad
j dressing Kiuln ay A Co., NVw ork Citv. i
tainaro:md the Liver, Kidneys anil lleartare relieved,
! and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued bva simrJe
application of R. R. Relief,
Sick Jlrad Ache R. R. R. will in all cases cure this
distressing complaint. Its tut acid properties when taken
into thrfsioaiach, will neutralize the acid, and make the
stomach cleau, and the breath sueeU
Its counter-irritant efficacy, will produce a reaction when
applied to tho head, and invigorate aud enliven, and refresh
tlie senses.
Internal Pains. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
Cholera Moi bus.
The nnuatnral and violent irritations that afflict Ihe system
whileit is under the influence of these malad cs, will, in a
moment, yield to the soothing and" p.iin-tel.evinj tfTicacy of
the It. R. Relief. It allays irritation, it arrests spasmodic
action, it neutnililM tbo potunoiw miasma that causesthesc
painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor
ate with watiulh and sirengih tlie cold, crauqied, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, a .d restores each member and
organ of the body to a healthful and vigorous condition.
Radway's Ready Relief, ami each of the R. R. I!. Heme
dies, are made from theactiie properties of medicines.
Nothing inert or inactive enters their composition, so that
the system is not clogged with worthless and inert matter.
In conclusion wo nonld remind jhereadcrthaCSadway'i
Ready HnlietJ relieves'tne sufferer from pain (not kills.) and
euros or removes ail unnatural causes of Rheumatie, Neural
gic and Nervous .or painliil character.
Kadway s luculatirs, prepared trom the active principle
cuieoos.tiyiitfl'S.indigestirncss, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
ail auuous compiaiius aim tevers.
The ladies will Gud IJadivay's Regulators the very best reg
ulator of the system, in assisting lardy nature iu thedi.
cliargeuf heruionthly duties. Nogriping- pains or sickness
at stomach fallows their operation, but they insure to all who
take them a pleasant and easy dischargaof the o&ttteof the
system,
Radway's Renovating Rcolvcnl, Is a powerful resolver of
all diseased deposits that have been lying in the system for
years. A purityerof tho blood and a renovator or the wlmle
body.
lor further infoiiuation of Ihe wonderfid pain-releaving
and curative powers of the R. R. Bemedies, the public are
referred to our monthly publications, or Guide to health, co
piesor which can be irnd gratis by addressing' us at our'R.
U. It. office, 102 Fulton street, New York.
KADWAY A CO., 102 1'ulton st. X. Y.
R. R. R for sale by DruffaisLs. cenemllv.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Teunnessee.
MANDFIELDS A CO, Memphis. 1
HUDG1N', WELia A JOnNSON,
juiy0-12m Ciiattanwiga.
And Dtuggistand Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HE3KEW PLASTER,
TnE great Remedy forRheiima ttsm.Gcuf, p ain in theSid
Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil
White swellings, Hani Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains wliatever. t Ticre this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
exist.
These Plasters pos?ess the advantage of being put up in
air-tight boxes ; heflee they retain their full virtue in all cli
mates. This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively
used uy Physicians and the people in general, both iu this 1
country and Europe, that H is. almost needless to saj auy
thing about it. Yet tliere may be some, who stand in md 1
of its healing powers n ho have not jet tried it. For their '
suke&wc will Miuply state what it has donc-m thousand of
cases, and ttluit it will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the following testimony from a Physician.
GESTUf-ME;.'. Your Hebrew Plasterliaa cured we of pains
of wh.ch 1 lure nu.-rl fur twelreyears ruiM. Dur ngthis
period 1 Lbored midvrun atlhcuon of my loiusand sWe.and i
teed nmny leniedies that my own medical experioBte sug
gested, but without o' ti.ntug relief. At length I u.-tt yimr
riasier,suui am nmv uy its gHi caeeis entirely cured. I
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Piaster ttIl, ,
who are sulT.ringfiouiesMilratiwi of Ihe muscles, orpenna- 1
neit Kiins iu tlie side or back. ;
The people of Georgia h ire but fo bcciKne acquainted u ith
ts virtues heu they wiH retort to H u
Yours, truly, JI. W. WALKER. M. D., !
Forsi the, .Munn county, Ga.
To Meirs.5covil A Mead, Xew Oiteun, Ii.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBftEW PLASTEK IN NORTH 1
CAROLINA.
Mrisns. ScovtL A MfcAii: 1 liave beea troabted with'the 1
chronic rheuinaiisui 6.r the lt tnelre lenrs. Uutliclstot
fuly 1S4'.', I was so U.d llwt I ouull uo tnrn myself In bed,
and ihe pain so svei e thaf I lu.l 1 ot slept a wink for six dys.
At this time my attending Physrcmn prescribed the "1 loin ew
Plaster," and it acted like a cluim; the pain left me and I
slept more than half of the iwgut, and in three days I Was
able lo ride out. I consider tlie "Hebrew Plaster' the best
remedy Tor alt sorts of pains now in tne
G. W. McMINN.
Hendersonville, N. C, Ang.lfi, I80O.
W :3T 3T 13T zzr
Bewaie or counterfeits and base imitations!
Z2f The genuine will in future have the signature E.
Taylor 011 tho ateclplale engraved label ou the lop of each
box.
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar
icles is in existence.
The genuine is sold only by us, and onr agents appointed
lirougLont tho South and no pedlar is allowed to fell it
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned sgsinst buy
ing of but our regular agent?, otherwise they will be imos
ed upon ith a worthless article.
Forsale by SC0VIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans'.
General Wholesale A gents for the Southern States, to wliorn
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by EWIN, BROWN A Co., Nashville, Tenn.
W. W. A J. B- BERRY, do;
J. M. ZIMEBMAN A Co., do;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do :
julyl-dtw
II. O. SCOVEL, do.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
IWLH to sell my tract ot land situated inJoce's Bend,
Davidson county, 26 miles above Nashville by the river,
j. miles from it by laud. The land lies about a" mile from
the Gallatin turnpike on the opposite side ot tlie river. Tlie
tract contains 37b acres, ISO cleared, tho lest well timbered,
4 3 orthe land river bottom. The place is well improved,
brick dwelling house wilh 8 large rooms, passages, portion,
and gallery, brick smoke honse, carriage bouse, carriage
houses, barn, cribs, housj built for a gin, overseer's bouse.
Stock water in abundance aad as good a spring as can be
found in the State and a orchard or young fruit trees.
Tha land is unexceptionable; adaptedto cotton, cm, and
allother grain. S w. GOODRICH,
may 21 m w or W. E. GOODRICH.
ill I :
'rmlr'fr-"1'!5' ,ife w''ho,1, rcadin? the I'OCKET
t nj H. . IVi, Ul no 0ue s'Ulering f'am a haeknied
f ..rt'.tlf? , "!e 'o. wesd mglits. uenous fielinjr
i l..:, .. - v y oi uu.peciie scn.satimw. ami mrnn on
uTa!eaudkeepinal:e..tlthycondiiion,tliebi)weis,Iiter,he1irt, s (Sl, Riding ATiips, Trunks, Sole liUier. VaSsw
fcuUieys, skin, and all other organs of Ihe body. They will rn.t 1L-uk K:;rphk lir-.mn- r wv !L.,.a t,!
jITCELLANEOUS.
ALAS3HNG jJUMOSS!
I KTBAwyinLximj3mi stats
;mJ ?r je "-"""H-taBR reports, which spnaUioc IXa
wild-fire already ex(cnd from 0e CDj of Ihe AWlcafW
ineut to t,,e , other. rDu.,ineUw sensibilities. IS X
hke THE Turnip OF THE AKCHNGEt, S
Mankind from their inexcusable and lamentable inerti-
uJe. to the most nervous and intense eidtenient-oreninz
the eves of .he human family to
A MOMENTOUS SrBJECT.
which vally concerns their dearest interests, nad raisin?
uie ilraperv curLiui that gnrlr fmm n.A.t r.: r &
. . - - . . . v... ufM. luiua lor
I unnumUereil ages. w
i n TUB. GUMPSES OF THE FUTURE f
' . 'ra dwoloajnjr clearly to the atomshed senses cfoo-
, trom every erad ofsoe.etv Kn.l,t..nw K- .i .!i rf?
fcessorsof " " f,wu I""
PRINCELY WEALTH.
, uiruiisn ine worKinrs ol that mod h-,,.t;.i
nuisly given to the world by the "7.
tewphibnfhropyof thase wen kaoivn benefactors of the hu-
na lTuiy ottnna anJ rar-tamed
Lottery Ascnts and JJrokers,
PYFEB Jc CO.
" No. 1 LiaaTSniEKT, BALrmour, Mabilasd.
Read the wholesale" benefits besioirel last month.
iiC'WiHuanew0wrresPol,d1-" Alabama.
S r5,00sold to a Club in Georgia.
J12,0-sold to a Farmer m Ofiio.
flMoQwM to aplanter in Mississippi. y
ti.oOOsent to a Ictr ;n v.s. . 11
f SKIS anv,J Pint in Smdh Carolina.
W ,W0 sold to a Merchant in Baliimor..
?;?o,!oSU,.,n Pac!?Sb'e oa Club in Fenn.
? t-,i,X) sent to earannah, Georgia.
pThe
Z enceof every d
"No such werdasMjiT at Purer t- rw.
?rg Forward your orders without delay I
Splenilid Schemes for Aug., 1853.
I-? "i he Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickefci
Dati
Cap-m
Naof
Price of Pries a T
August
1
2
n
4
Fines.
2S,M
liksia
35.000
2ri,00
20.000
BaRofs.
t
75 Nos. 13 drawn J3 J23 00
73 Nos. 12 drawn 5 19 00
75 Nos. 14 drawn 10 33 PO
73 No. 13 drawn 5 13 CO
78 Nos. 15 drawn 5 17 fx)
75 Nos. 12 drawn 10 55 00
73 Nos. li drawn 3 9 00
7ffNas. 12 drawn 5 13 00
8Nes. 18 drawn 10 SO 00
76 .Nos. IS drawn 5 15 00
, 74 Nos. 14. drawn 4, 13 00
78 Nos. 12 4rawn If. B8 00
7SNrw. .t drawn 3 11 00
7S Nos, . 14 drawn ft 13 fx)
7SNov 15 drawn H SO 00
73 Nos. 1" drawn .5 13 00
75 No. 12 drawn ft 13 00
73Na. 13 drawn 12 45 00
75 No. IS drawn 11 OO
73 Nos. lSdruwn 5 19 00
7-TNos. 18 drawn 10 85 00
Nos. H drawn 5 18 CO
73 Nos. IS drawn 4 15 00
76Niw. H drawn 20 C5 00
73 Nos. 15 drawn 3 25 Ou
Ti Num. 12 drawn 8 19 CO
7SNos. 12 drawn 10 40 Q0
6 5 of 20,000
' 8
9
10
11
14
13
1.1
IS
17
18
'.
2D
22
23
St
2T
id
27
89
RO
10,000
E,eoo
is,eoo
l,fWK1
20,0i
SP.lHH)
18,000
2S,fl0i)
4O)fl0
t,tH)
1iW
3,l00
S,0
18,501)
Crt,yt)
ao.rico
81
30.W)
I3i?"Drawinasi forwarded to Corresnoodents hrthflrit
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
t-Correspondents will please order a few dsvj before
the lotterifts are drartn.
There is a larcc per eentase in faior of thaw nnrrkvn
who order by thel'ackage, aud the chances of drawing four
ofthe largest Prizes in the Hehesw, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase t' Packages i Tickets in every in
stance. fTBankDrsasorCertiticateiof Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly rttm'tte.T to iLo-m CorrespoadenU
who draw prize, at PYFKR A COR
rSTItemember A PacK.i9Kof Tickets, can drawrotnt
of the most splendid prize in a scheme.
ZHfln order tit secure a Fortune, aud the cash immediate
ly after the result i3 known, the readers or this pair have
only to remit cosh Drafts or priie tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly ferttmate Exchange and Lottery
Broken. PYYKR 4 CO,
july80 lm No 1 light street. Bal iraore, Md.
MYERS & JKeODLL '
DKALER3 IS CVCST LlC2iiTK(X OT
Ladies' attd Gentlemen's Furaiaticg and Fancy Goods.
Or Otfetre tfrert, one duor V-' ot the fyuurt.
TTTII EltE may bo fromd at all tlrj-y-i larg! vmrt
V. V ment of WincLeter"s, Davis A Ji-ne's; A Myers
Patent Shoulder Seara Shirts, Gf Linea, MnsKn witi.' Lin
en Bosoms. Gingham, and French CUuitz. Standing and
Bvmn CoUara, t'ndenvtar, Meriuo, Sbaked Silk, Cash
mere, Vigonia Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and. gentlemen. Genu Cloth Gatteri", Gloves, Kid and
Silk, Buek. C&shmeie, Cloth, Charcots; Wslr Noma,.
Cull" Glo-e, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silt HanrRerduoiS Stocks, Tic. Waterlonls. Albert.
De JoinviHeV, pkin, Embd and self-odjustiug, Cravitt
Scart!', Bbck and White Satin Ties, bhoulder Braces, .Sus
penders. Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil siii Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Mmv, R
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Wrirmg Desk
Ciuar Case, i'l.-wks. Trarelline Com miners. Ilinm unit
Raror Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's t run Goods.
IVrfnmery. -Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, anil
a larjro assortment ot" other articles, usually kept br Fur
nishing Stores.
1ST We ha vp. made arrangements with our friend at tha
North to forward ua Goods as sow as received br them,
therefore we sliall have goods here iu Irsstban ten dais,
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS & M.-GILL'A
FurnislHwr Store, College street, 1 door South of tha
Square, Nashville. octU
PARM FOR. SALE.
IWlSn to pell the Farm on w fetch I now reside, S miles
from Nashville, on the middle Franklin Turnpike, and
j ermfainin lot) acres, about equally dirided into timber and
' cleared land. Tliere is everything on it to render it desira
1 ble as a count ry residence, wieli as a great variety of fruit,
au abundance of spring and. welt water, grass, Ac. If de
t sired ii will be divided into small portions,
j ' 'For term. Ac, apply tn Jnax Kiuuiax or toR. W.
Browm, Gen'l Agent, Na. 63 Cherry street, or to
janeao d.twlf. W. D. GALE.
SUNDRIES. 100 bbU liimrTimilcie ofliM;
loot) bbis No 1 Salt; 20 ton assorted Iron;
80 doz Painted Buckets; 5 hbki BrhnstoBe;
SO nests of Tnb; 5 " Ahtsi;
2) " half bushel meaures;I0O Plows;
5000 lbs bstr Lead; 2U bHs No 5 Mackerel;
200 bags Shot, assorted; SO bits No 1 aod 2 do;
IOo assorted Iemijohns; 20 bb'sj S S Almonds;
5t boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; ol Large Pecans;
5i) doz Bedeords arinVLmes; r boxes Fig;
,"o bags Race Ginger; 5oO " Tobacco, assorted;
25 bags Pepper; i tierce Fresh Rice;
50 Ixixes Dned Iferring; Si, bbls English Soda;
1 cask Madder; ' boxes Fresli Teas;
t' boxes StnnghtMi's BitterJ;10 Crome's best Indira.
20 " B Wueat Flour, ext; 6
Together with many other articles, which will bo sold
low, by decU L. n. L.NIER. Market st.
ACAIJD. I beg leave to in form my friends and pat
rons that I have removed lo the store on the corner of
Cedcr and Cherry streets, from my old stand next door.
ioir?,Suuf&. Tobaccos, and Pipes; those in want of good ar-
Also in iniorm inem mat 1 nave on nana a enoirsj. lot nf is.
title-, would do well to cull, as 1 keep a Tobacconist Stow.
Little Indian, cornerand Cedar Cherry sis.
T ADIKS'FIN'ECAITEIS, SLIPPERS, &c.
JLJ up. ann rrancaiseiaairers, np d loj
'd foxed, plain toes.
hmbroklered Bronzcii Kid Slipp
uppers;
Bhtck
floe
Gent' Elegant Talent Leather Roots;
Superior French Calf Diess do;
" " peg do;
" Fimeut Ctorn CosGErss Gaiters;
Just received by DAMAGE A CHURCH,
jan' No. 42 College it.
UNITED STATES UAH. LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York and Charleston Steam PackoU.
T EAVES Ailger's 1iarves every Saturday
X-J utleriiocjo and each alternate V ednesday..
On Saturday. Jas. Adiror. l.""u tons.
J. Dickinson, Commander Mnrlou, 1,2'Xi tons, J
rry
tommancler.
Tlie Soiithprner, W. Foster. Commander, will leavo
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in compfe'e order.
For freight or pass, having elegant State Room Accom
modation, aptJy at the olEce of th Aceot.
' n 3 HENRY MISSR00N,
CornerEast Bay and Auger's Sou. WharveBt
Cabbin pas?e t-'- Steerege ii.
R. A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with the Southerner 00 Wednesdays. feb!7 trw
RED SPRETQS
"ITTE take pleasure in announcing to our numerous friends
V V and pat rons, that we are B n w ready to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves ef the benefits cf our
place. Extensive preparations have been made for the com
tert both ofthe invalid and the man of pleasure. It were
needless for us to attempt to set forth the value of onr olace.
in a medicinal point of view. Many, afflicted with rations
diseases, have visited us, and after a few weeks sojourn,
have gone away either entirely cured or greatly relieved
particularly such as have been atHicted wilh "Scrofula, di
seases of the Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di
gestive System in generaL Of these facts, there is an abun
dance of proof, and many who have certified to tbem, and the
same have gone forth to tlie afflicted people. And wa have
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound and well, with us. to be seen as testimony to our dec
laration; one or which was almost a hopeless case,
Wc arc in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east
orl-afaveite, our county seat, or7o railea from Nashville,
43 miles turnpike, aud the balance high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson county. Hartsville, Cartuage, Gainsbcro,
TomkinsviBe. OS3Sow'0,tt"a,t?n',AV;r- ,
SAM. E. HARE, )
J. A. TAYXOO, J- Proprietors.
mav!2-trw3m S.B. PEYTON.
7vENUlNE SCHEIDAM SCIINAPS-Webave
It fw down of this fine Lienor. For sale at a low
price as LTOXS A CO,
y maylS "So. 19, Cadac.itrfet.
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