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NASHVILLE, "TENN : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1853.
UNION AND AMERICAN,
Ol-'FICE No. II, DEADEltICK-STttEET.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN la furnished
to subscribers at the following roles: Single copies, one
. 'fear iu advance, f 2 SO; within the. year $3 00;.at the end
uf the year ft 00. Clcbs Of Eve and upwuvli-ig8 00
jier copy fur one year. Clubs of subscriber will be re
ceived for six months at the foregoing rates.
ha TIM-WEEKLY is published ewy Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at f 5 per annum iu advance; if not paid in
DAILY Is published at Eight Dollars.
tTHE MONEY IN Aid, CASES TO ACCOMPANY-
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mall at our
paper will be Pent nut of the State unless, the order is ac
companied with the cash.
GAZE, WONDER AND ADMIRE J .
And with lickcring eyes and "itching palms" acknowl
edge a fascination more powerful than lite
As we shall nricover and reieal to the admiring world,
knowledge more, startling -pregnant with more: blessings;
auditiiu i caul U more interesting to the human family
BURNING OF THE RPHESIAN DOME,',
having for its basis itmvkksal bappixkss 1! and evolving in
ill details gems of thought richer than the Booh 'Of 'Free
dom! more valuable to "unborn generations" than tho
discovery of gravitaliou by the full of the
APPLE OX MILTON'S HEAD. - 1 a.
The Golden SaiidsofSan Louis Potosi and Australia; (he
translucent, lustrous aud dazzling Wealth of KiugSch.ihx.t
nian, all, all eroivdiui, lule, andlose their splendor before
the SPAR1CI.1XG BRILLIANCY
of our gorgeous and most Teicuph vxt Luck.
Prizes &hl in Avgusl ! ! " "
35,00oold iu Package to Mississippi.
? 2o,iiK) sold to a Club m Tenuessve.
518,000 sold to a merchant in South Carolina. r
lo,iK) sold iu lockage Wholes to Kentucky.
?12,t(Kt aJd in Package to Georgia.
Sfl l,S0t sold in Package to X. Carolina.
tflo.000 sold to a Club in Ohio.
$t'.!,o0sld to a new Correspondent in NeiV York. '
f.iMUsold loa Lady in Virgiuix
(4,004 told in Package to Peunsy Ivania.
For brilliant Prizes, always mail yotir-order?,
PYFER A CO , A'o. 1 jJahttdrett, Malthnore,
3f The most successful method to draw, a Prize is to
Purchase a l'ackige! The experience of every day atreiiglh
"Xosuth word as Fait' al Pyfer Go's.
Sf Forward your orders without delay!
Splendid Schemes for Sept., 1853.
t3TThe Certllicale Prices of packages of quarter ticfceU
only, are given below.
Price ol Priceof
73 X os.
12 draw u
14 draw n
15 draw n
. S " OO
17 S of 25,000
I ti JlOS.
3f Draw inns forwarded to Correspondents bribe first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
sgyCorrespondents will please order a few days Lefoi e
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of thee purchase!
whoorder by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
Weadvi.-ethepurchaseaf Packages of Tickets iu every in
stance. jgrllank Drafts or Certilirates of Deposit payable in (lold
at sight, will be piomntly reniitted to those Conesiwiudents
i ho draw pi izes at P FEU A CO"S.
JS?"ltenieuiber A pACKtn;cif Tickets, can drsw rona
of the most tplendid prizes in a scheme.
5'J"Iii order to secure a Fortune, and theca?.h immediate
ly al'ler the result is known, the leaders of this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, toiheOld Estab
lished, fariamedaud trulv fortunate Exchange and ltieiy
llrokers, " PYFER & CO,
septl lm No I Light street, lialtitnore. Md.
JOCKEY CI.IJIJ HACKS.
1 Fall Meetiiiir over the Nashville Course willenm-
JL menceon MONDAY the '-'lith ofSeptcmber.lS.".'!, and
continue through the week.
Firtt Itoy, jH.y 25 Sweepstakes foruntriedSy old;
$100 entrance, 5o forfeit mile heats.
Jo Averson enters Daily Peyton's ch c, by Wagner, dam
W O Harding cnlersch f, by Ambassador out of Kate
Kinr by Prianu
llev Ta lor enters ch c, Wcllirpton, by Wagoner, dam
by Stockholder. Also, gc, Raging Tad, by Sovereign, dam
SsconJ JXiji, Tuesday 27 Sweeit-takes for S year olds,
ih) eiitrence,?;0 forfeit two mile heats.
O 11 Williams enters ch f, by Waguer, out of Kudora by
do Avers. .n enters ch f, Frank Pierce, by Sovereign dam
S II Uugg enters chf, Lady Creen, by Belshazzar, dam by
Third D.iy, HW?.i,iy 2s SweepstakfS for2 year olds
6100 entrance. $." forfeit, mile out.
W W Woodfolk enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock
liolder. W (! Harding enters ch f, bv Shamrock out of Oamma.
P Pon ler enters gc Little Arthur, by Olenooe out of Rlue
ltouutt, bv Inipoited HeJtrl.
Jo Aversou enters b c, by Sovereign, out ofClara How
ard. AU.. b c, bv Sovereign; dam by leviathan.
JourUi Itey, ThurnUy 2V Jockey Club Puise, ?lo0
F.fth ltjy, Friday W-J.wkey Club Puree, $400-lwo
Sirth Jliv, .lihtrdeiOehfor 1 I'niprietor s Purse, f 100
mile heats best three iu live. T A LD KltSOX,
JOCKEY CLUH ASSOCIATION
r pMK FALL MEirriNT. over this Course will commence
JL on Monday, the 3d day or October, 1S53, andcoutiuue
throughout the week, viz : ,
Fiist :av Mo.Miw-Sweepstakefor Two year olds.
The dash of a mile. 100 entr, '0 forfeit. Closed with ,
liiiir entries. ;
Cen. W. W. Woodfolk cut. b.c by Sovereign, out of the
dam of Comprnnii-, bv Stockholder. ,
Hen. W. C. Harding ent. ch. f. by Shamrock, dam Cam- j
ina bv Pacific. . I
Jo; Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara
llouaid bvimp llarcfoot .
Also ent brc by So ereign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp
Sbcono Dat TriwnAV Sweepstakes for three yrsir this
mile hAits, $15J euirance, f 50 loifeiL Closed with three
entries. ..,. i
Jo Averson ciders Dalie Peyton s ch. f. by agner.dam
Cbra bv Ucliiise.
Cen 'W'd llanling enters b. f. by Lpsilon, dam lJeta.by
Also, ch. f. by Ambassador, dam Kate King, by Imp.
"nam. . ..-,
Tumn IHt WeiiNisoiv. Association Iurc?JoO
two mile heats.
Foimvit Day Tnrasmv. Association Purse (lo0
Vit'ra Day Fhiiuv. Sweepstake lor three year olds,
I wo mile heals, $200 entrance, ?50 forfeit, Cteed with
fieu W ( Harding enters b. c by Epsilou, dam Nanny
Killuin. Imp. , ,
(1 It Williams enters ch. f. by A agner, dam Kudora, by
Priam. . ,
Jo Averson itcrs b. c Frank Pierce, by SoYeivgn, dam
bv Imp. Leviathan.
'S 11 Ildgg enters ch. Lady (Irccne,by Delshazzar, dam by
Wiley Tailor enters ch. c A ellington, by agncr, dam
Sixm Day-Stuhovv. Association I'ttrsi;
;.iir mile heats. 1- R. CLASCCK,
1"70U"SA1.E OU KENT. A now Frame Housejust
' completed with seven rooms, well pUMcied and pa
liered. Situated on Church s.iuvt, in llincs' addirkaito
Nashville. The said hou.se is alxnit four bundled yards -from
the Female Acadisny, and w ill be ,M on lea-ocnble
For Anther particulars enquire of L. L. I iciisluw. or
HiigH W. D. R01S1- RTSOS. M'Lcinw.- M.
H" VVVNA ;iOAKS. We have this dav rwv.ved
'-to.o-Ki Superior Regalia Umdiennd Preus-idosCigsis,
j.dy SO X. K.A.I1.U...
BOV'SCLOTIIINC IIEPOTI-The subscnU'rs
have the most extensive and varied assortment of
Cistlung for Hois from 4 to 16 ever olTere.1 lor sale in HiJ
IJuion. Orders for Uentle.neirsClothiug 11111 at the short-
Persons purtlia-ing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of cl.auguig them if they .Vijro.
S. W. corner of Chestnut and iost,, Philadelphia.
1 It O T E C T I O N
Capital Stock, Annual Premiums tnd lYeslern Fund
6 1 ,000,000 !
Policies of Insurance issued at all limes on the most favor
" able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR TUB
PETUI.S OP NAVIGATION,
by JJNDSLEY' A CROCKETT)
Agents for Nashville and Davidson County, julyl ly.
Hoatie Siiurasice C0111
inny oi New. Yorfc. H
C CVSH CAlITAI. $500,000. t
S. I- Iioours, J'w;J(i.t. Chas J . JIaktw, Secretary.
J AMIS WALKER having been appointed agent of tht
iibovc Company is now prepared to make tire and In
laud Marine InMirance. upon the most favorable, terms, on
alldeCTiptioiisofJhiildlngs.ilerehandise Personal proper,
tv Ac Ac. Afetcy atlheoflice of the Nashville Insurancf;
amlTrust V.o.J Colllege street. auglQ lm.
THEUNITED FIREMEN'S INSUHANCE COMPANY 01
. CAPITAL 100,000 DOELAJISf
Chartered by the State.
rTMILS Companv having fully organized, is
X now ready to take rusks" on all descnp
imiiprtv. against loss or damages by
lira oifnuiisi nerils of the sea or inland nav-
; i'titimi. ProiKHitions for insuranCB will be received at the
office .ol the Nashville Insurance ana irusiijo., UQiiBge bu
A. W, JOHNSON, President.
J. S. Dasiukix, Sec'y.
COMMEECIAL INSUBANCE COMPANY.
auBLEsrov, saimi caeolixa.
Xapital $250,000: All Paid In.
I HAVE- been appointed Ageutof the above Companv at
Nashville, and am fully prepared lo take Marine, Fire,
River RNks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen al theolfice of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com-
iianv, on Coilega street.
1 48 30m OXSmEUh Agent
THE MUTUAL PSOTECTIOH IMSUEAITCB COMPANY
OF NASHVILL2, TENNESSEE.
-FF1CE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
nniositetlie erancian, wiu insure vu m muiuai
cinle, Houses, Merchandize, Ac., against ixiss or uamage ty
rf o...i-.fi rt.i ni fif tliA Voiim rateis afraiust the
Fito; SteambiMts ou any
Iidnnd Navigation and the Canpes of esselsof
evtfry descripliim against the Perils of the Sea3 and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons iu good health, for a single year,
for a term of vears, or during life. Also, Dank N&tps trans
mitted per mail.
u'ttifU tliitr io?iv nar.
M". S. riLCIIER, Piesidoi.t,
J i B. JOHNSON, Vice l'resident.
C. J. F. Wn-Amw, S.icretarr. f janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE IHSTJEANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000.
OFFICE ou the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville li.u and the Planters' Rank.
They will make insuianceou Ilimscs and floods of every de
scription agaiiiit lire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
andthoriskof thorivti-j Oil the Cargo of Keel DoaU and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels end other cargoes, on
tho usual terms. JOHN M. JHLL;, Pfjisidcut.
Joslmi Vmuc, Sccrelary.
DiiuscroRS. Aleic Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, Q.
M Fogg, James Correy, J no. M. Iiass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Siy, Matthew WaUon, J. J. Whlti, Jacob McGavock.
" " LIFE INSURANE.
New Yoifc LiTn IiiMtrunee Company,
Ao. 100 Broadway, A'ew York,
os this niirxMJAr, i i. an,
AcciiuiiilaCcd CiipltJiI $500,510.00.
r: raisMAN, AoiOiav t. trakklim, tkis't.
ir? Total number of FoliclJt Issued by th!
Company up to July 1st, 1352 eight thomand
nit humtred aiiJ tighlyoiie.
ir-riiiviili-n.l m.tA Hiinuntlv on all Ufa Po-
liciPstn ihape of stock, bearing'intercstatthB rate of 6 per
JO The tllviJendd heretofore have always averaged from
41) to 50 per cent. . .
Kj' IVrwno tatln? out Policies for the whole term of
life can glvotUelr note at 12 monllia for 4Upcr cent or the
premium, and laj GOpercentlncash.
Appl!cicatlon tor rists, prosiectm of the company, or in
formation relating lo the .jbjectof Ufa linarance may be
made at the office orthe underelgned Reneral Agent for the
Stale of IVnimiiCC. JOSEPH SASH.
Otlco X. W.cornerJl'nbltc Square,
oppoiile Planters' Hank. Xa.hvitlo, Aug. W, 1852.
hartford life insurance company, hart
James Dixox, Pres. Henui Ii. Miller, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000. . .
Ixsituxce iiles of while persons on the joint stock
and mutual plm.
ALSo. -lusui-ance ou the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
tenos. S. H. I.OOMIS,
jaii 15 -Cm Agent
A:tnu Insurance Co. or lliirtford.
Annuity Fund 4150,000.
l.i Xt'I.b.slVKLY held pledged, aud uppropriated,
1-J t. 1th in reserved accumulittom, by the cbartrtSa?i.
and regulstloiKOfttie Company, to the payment of Anuu
Hui and losses upon limurancenn Life, and In no eveutlla
hlrforolh.'r debts, contractu, liabilities, or engagements of
Tnoi. K. l!in, Pres't, S. L. Looxi, Secretary;
K A. Ui'LELET, Vice J. W. Si;YODR,Act'y, Present.
Manaifint Directors for the Life Detriment.
;. A.Y.raKLr, Joiik L.Boswill,
KoatRT IIusll, Roland Mathb,
AllLKSA.TlTTLK, KdWIH C. Itll-LXV
llKKllA . PkATV.
TLUbeinc ajolutstoct propriety company.and condac-U-d
on the carh y.Um, the Managers have adopted a tibia
of ralesofpremium a9 tow as la consistent with sarety aud
wuc l-mer than those ol tho Mutual Compaulei.
Ai.iiliuathMis for ri-fcs ou wliitn persons, received by tne
undersigned, who will furnish Propertueeof the Compa
anj , and any information ri-latlvo lbent.
;PKUV oiislavesasstnit diseases and accident" causing
death, tatoii; Polices lsu-d and lo.ses adjusted at this
.wenci. J0S SASH, Agent,
Office X. W. corner Public Suare,
opposite PlantorsBank. NashTille.aug. IU, 18ai.
.K. WmjTnK, It D. I OGlco hours, 3to5, r. M.
1 ftilBHRTl'.. Fo-Tit,.M.l).l
(, 1 1, 9vjr'- AV.rt to Gordons Warthovte.
"1 T t of LP inform the jieople of Nashville and the sur--
rounding country that he has recently improved
and crcallv enlarged his Marble Yaid, and is now prepared
, to lill all oi dcr.s in the marble line nt the shortest notice and
on tl te most f.i orable terms for cash. He would call par
1 ticul..r:i.teiilion to his well selected stock of monuments,
! mantle pieces, lignres, garden figures, statuary, Fountains,
Baptismal t'.iunis, I'rus, Vases, Tombi, Ac, many of which
are of die purest Italian Marble, and from the chisel of the
1 i.i Ktinnmn masters. His arramreintnts are now com-
t plete for iiiri.ishing nil kinds of marble, either of his own
i manufacture or imported. He has on hand a large quanti
I ty of Italian marble, in the rough state, which he will sell
, vcrvlow. House Furniture in Egyptian Mai ble of the best
qtiahlv cm be had al his yard, lie flatlers himself that he
. ran no.v servo the public on as accommodating terms as
any similar e-UiblWinieiit in the we-t. A share of publia
pairooage is wiheited. l,naJo1-
P. S Theattc'.itiou of the lovers of the Fine Arts is di
rectedto mv assortment of Statuary. They areof the rar
est ami finest qiiaiUv, and of direct importations.
JAMES D. LEHMER,
Produce and General Commission Merchant,
PROMlTaticntion givcu tothe sale of COTTON". DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS. GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac,
Ac iiiii.n which advances will be madeif required.
s-v?" Orders promptly tilled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour. Wluskv. Ac. Ac.
?f- ...eiu for the sa'eofSl.ir and Tallow Candles, Sale
rat'is, Pirtand IVarl Ash, and liird Oil, which will be fur
niwied at Lttft Vkiilit inks tnlhout Oummienon.
AI.UAKLL DV.ELl.INti HOUSE JhOJl
S LK.- The undersigned offers for sale bis residence
n S .on or Ctriro i Sneoi, Willi the tiirnilure uuesiieu.
T-rins made kiiuHU on application li) j,-Q-pj;j -j
Oritinivabsenwlo G. M. FOGG,
in.' I ." ' tl.
" DESTR'ASLE COUNTRY KESIDENCE FOR SALE.
v wish r... of mi l :inn on Mill Creek, 4'i nsR
i mile.- l'miu X.wh ab-Hit 4." rods from tho Mur-Vy
In p.boni'Tunipike, ailjoining the lands of Bird well
C.d.lv fit. Minervtt and Franklin Colleges, containing about
no .t. ie.s uUxtt lo acres in wikkI, and the balance under cub
tta:i,ji -wilhasgixKloithards aslhercaie iniheState.con
I sitt,.g ofivachix. apples, jears, grapes, plumbs, in a great
.!r..'t;ttt.n.'vi'rfa':!in spring, and several chalybeate
J springs. Tlie imps ovenients are vjryf.iir consisting ot a
i g.K)J frame luxise, wilh jioieh 20 feet front; one good bncfc
t h.Hi.-e. smokehouse, kitchen, stables, cribs Ac The orch-
iii'd, bvcto.se attention, would jieiu uom io
Iv.asthefi nit is of the choicest kiud. Myonly reason Tor
w islimg to dispo-c of it is mv intention to change my loca
tion and business. I will disposeofravstockandfurmture
lo auv person wnshiti" to purchase the said farm. Terms
accommodating. Title indisputable. For furtherparticu-
larsenqiure ot u. jiujr,
augi Ns. 19 College at,
All 11-rsons Having ineir mes or piojicut
Institution, are emlltled to a full participation in all the prof
its, without anr liability !fl loss beyond the amount of Pre-
THE HAZAHI POW
DERCOaiPAMY, - Of Haiardville, Connecticut.
A. fi. tlAItD. l'RKS'T. A. E. llOtTGLAS. SECV.
CONTINUE to furnish Gun Pi'wder of all their well
known brand', Kentucky lHJe. American
rndtiii Pijlc iu kegs, halfnd quaiter kegs and cannisters
of oue noundcaclu Also, a full assortment ct Powder Tor
1 m.VSTIN(i AND JIININU , j
purpases. The reputation of their Gun Powder is too well
known to require comment. AU orders promptly failed at
rriy Powder Jepo!, North-east corner t.f the Square.
S. H. L00MIS, Ag't for the H. P. Co.,
mlffOtf Nashville, Tcnn.
WTAUj PAPEUS.- Ja.st rc--VV
ceived, 2.000 bolts oT those
beautiful French Pajwrs, for Parlors,
lllls Al- toirether with n splendid
assoitnientof Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire beiecns, Win
dow Curtains, Ac.
JTOn hand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, from
10 to 25 els per bolt.
1 KLAGEg 4 QQRBEY,
Ho. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House.
W. W. l'lXN,
4l, MAEKET STREET,
BETWKEK nSIOX AND TUB SQUAUE,
aOMl AND VELVET PA
PER HANGINGS. A large
and beautiful variety.
Decorative Willi Papers, all
the latefcl French designs.
Borders, Window Papers, .Tcasler and tea.
tre Pieces, a large assortment.
Cheap Unglazed Papers 12,000 plccus In More,
from 12U to 25 cts. per Dolt. All for sale, aud Cueah kuk
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE DUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
ROCICAWAYS AND FA.1IILY CAJtKIAUliS.
W Tako PARTICULAR NOTICE that K-f?
Stout's Coach Shop is ou CLARK STREET.
julylO IRA A, STOUT.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of fX
PERMANENT AND TRAXS1EXT BOARDERS.Ml
This long established and well-known House has under
gone a thorough alteration throughout, and lurnished with
The TABLE will always be supplied into tha REST the
market affords; and tho Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and the regulations oftho house
generally, he will bo enabled to give entire satisfaction to
tWc that raav favor him with their patronage.
jan29-lytrW JNO. W. SPE.VR.
Tfl3H HEOErpTB BY MICHQL & SEAOQCS.
"XTEW FLOUIt. 100 bag's St Louis Mills, expressly
i( forjamily use. ang' N1C110L A PEACOCK.
TAUCANDLiES. S00 boxes, halfand quarter boxes
Star Candles. augi
NICI10L A PEACOCK.
i UGAUSj '-0 bbjs Stljouis Cruihei Suar;
JAVA AND LA(!U'RA COI'J'EK a) bags
old Harenimant Java Coffee ; 30 bags Lagiiyni Coaee;
150 bags Rio Coffee. NiOllOL A PEACOCK.
ItOCKEU'SSCHOOL-At White's Creek-Springs
The next Session will eommcLce on Mondar, the
2i)lh insL angll twydlin
a OLDEN SVltUP.-stO kegs Golden Syrup.
augT nTchola PEACOCK.
2CQN0MY AU) CONyENIESCE. TT"
The subscribers otlur the fiiHowm; goo'd and sulhcien
reasons why every fam lv in the Squth should use the
Wrafflit Iron Cookivj Sloces.
Mamitaplured by jheiq and called
THE "VHXJESSEEA :
1st. It is of ISoutharn nianiifietuie, being made by the
subscribers In the city of Nahville,
2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must oullast
three or four cast iron Stoves.
3d. D is more complete iu its cooking apparatus than any
cast iron Stove.
4th. It is so simple in construction that a child can use
.rth. Its economy of fuel issupb that jt does not use hall
as much fuel as a cast iionstova of the sainesiie.
(1th. In tba economy of tinw Uia tmpoitar.t, as it can be
heated ready for uso in a few minutes.
7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove is
heated ut tliesameliine.
-8th. Its perfect reliability as we have put up over four
hundred of them in this State, and no one has eer failed
togivcentue satisfaction. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
julyl4 College st., Xa.-hvilh'.
1 TCII AND CHEAP CiOODS AT NICHOlS
LV CORNER. I bavoon hand a beautiful asartpient of
Ladies' DressGood, which will bo soldat very reduced
prices, as tho season is advancing. Great bargains may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and Ijiwnsfrom Sc. 10c. 12c. and inc.. and a tine
assortment of Berages of all stvles, Silk Tissues, Evening
Dresses Ac. Ac Also a good assortment of Musqwito Net
Unos. ' ' JAMES NIC1IOL,
junl7 " No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st.
DISSOLUTION. The Conartncrsliip Heretofore ex
isting under the stvleof McXAIRY A FORM AN, ex
pjrpdonthelst day of Julrinst. R. C. ilcXairy will con
linue the business at the old stand, and will settle the Lio
ness or the late firm. Signpd R. C. McXAIRi .
Nashville, July 8lh, 185a. F. c URM AN.
I TAKE pleasure In recommending R. C. McXAIRY, my
lale partner, to the friends and customers ii the house,
and resiieclfiilly solicit a continuance of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon the late firm. ,.,, ,
ji,lyi5 Signed F. HJRMAX
TinTE GOODS AND TltiaiJIINCJS. Dotted
VV Swiss, Plain do. super line Corded and Checked do,
super fine Mull anil Nainsook Muslins, Jaconets, Cambrics,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Floiincings, Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLEI JjANIrb,
june23 . ' No 20. Public Square.
ANTLES, SCAUPS, c.-NVe Iiave fc.mie very
Rich Mantles on hand, new style, in bilk, lace. Apli
ca, Aq Lace Scirfs, Crajw do, White Crape Shawls, Miislm
do Lane do, which w e will close out very- cheap .
No 20. Public Square.
TICII DUESSCOOIJ.S. uni.anuniciintii.3,uiess
' ll. Rich Black Silks, super Black Gro dc Rhmes Rich
Printed Baicges and Tissues, v line uarages am " ";
Silk Marqu so, Vhito Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses,
EmbMCnipoi, Rich Barege do Laues. Rich French Organ
diez. Muslins Ginghams, Ac. Ac These Goods are very
rich and will be sold at very low prices, at
ino.t No 20, Publio Square.
TTALIAN JJED1CATED SOAP.-For reu.ler
JL inn- the harshest skin delicately smoothe, whiteand Kill,
remoin"saliowitess, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tan,
freckles or redness. Its soothing influence immeitialely
! it ri: r mn.-r..,;i.l.Tlr.2 Xn irliiliits iliLitillr
allays Ilie irinailini xi - - -- -
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
them ifalrcadv formed, eliciting ou the cheek of age the
clearness aiufsmoothncss of youth. Prepared b Dr. . F.
Gouraud, 67 Walker 1st Store from liroadwav, N. lork.
For sale by feba G EOIUJ EGRLIG.
T7UENCH WINES AND UK AN DIES. Always
on hand, a w ell assorted variety of foreign W ines and
L'nniors, put up iu wood and bottles, and tor sale by
fej,y Gl.ORGI. lilEhlli.
TINE A i PLUS AND P E ACl TEsT-J ult rc
1 ceived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples ami Peaches pirt up
iu glass jars, aud for "leby GEORGE (1RE1G.
TMIEliSlJ. 50 boxes Western Resolve Cheese, re
J ceived and for sale by feb9 (i EORGE GllEIG
INE APPLE CHEESE. 15 boxes superior
(Kishen Pine Apple Cheese, ieccived and tor sale by
TTiKJS. On hand ana lor saic asm vj,,.
. 1 . r r im.i r . ....
JL1 Fi"s, by leu'J uwi.iq. u"mj
'(TJ Ai"D UO PS. A fresh supply of liuest quality Gum
IT Drops of various flavors, just iccehed andfor sale by
fcj GEORGE GREIG. -
C (YlOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
) small sticks and in half pound cake, put up in tin toil,
and for sale by fcbS UhOltUfa UKhlU.
TTEENCIl NEUGA CANDY Just received by
r express a small lot of White French Ncanga Candy put
up in tin foil and for sale iby GEORGE GRK1G.
C-"VirEEN TEAS. -fioutiis fresh GixenTca-s, hermct
T ically scaled, on liand and for sale by
ftb9 GEORGE GREIG.
TlUKSII TEAS. Jnstreceivcd.au extra assortment
Ji of Blaek and Green Teas of the finest qualities iuqxirt
ed. and warranted superior, for sale by
fbl GEO. GREIG, Union street.
fHUt HIKE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one
r 10 years old; apply to R. A. HALLO WE,
j,ilyl7 Gen'l Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick St.
I 'foil SALE AT AUCTION. 1 will offer at public
' Auction at the court house, on Saturday next, thcSOth
insL, 8 beautiful building lots, situated in Edgefield, a short
distance from tho N. k L. Depot. Terms one half cash
and tha balance iu one nd two years, or without interest
with a lien retained on tho landuntiltha purchase money is
Tli nbove lots front 50 feet on Short Street and run back
150 feet to a fifteen feet alley, a plot of which can be seen at
my office. R. A. 1IALLOWE, Gen'l Ag't.
j uly 21 No. 17, Deaderick Street.
STil AYE1L-From the premises of the sub-crilier, on
Tuesday of last week (2sthof June,) a pair of BAY
HORSES, about 15 bands 5 inches high, of a strong and
substantial appearance, between the age ol 6 and t years
old. No particular marks now remeuibeied, other than
that one of the Horses bad a recent biuise or cut on his left
cheek bone, and had on when he escaied the head-stall of a
Any information concerning the above Horses will be
thankfully received, as well as snitably rewarded if com
municated to W. T. BERin , Nashville.
Nashville. July 9th. 1353.
1111. J. W. GRAY.
Office in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street.
fiAavrn DeadtriCt-and Union,
decU-12m , - - Residexcc-
DH. BLEDSOE'S ALTERA.TTVE COMPOUND
Hie liemedyortr alt Jtemedies for the Uiw.ur of the lArer
Iisjfmiii, Enlargement and InjUunatUrn iif the SpUrn
ir.artl'Krtit, GJic Flatalence, Pile, Qtnsllrjxilimi, all
JUeates of the PnteU,and tveh dkeases at arise from a
diwrderd slate of the lSUmaeh, Liter ir 1'utctU, at
Scrufuit and SJren aay tiiul. For General Vehlily,
fnnn which fadiejj'reyueiitlg tiijer, there is not tU
equal in the whole JWTO MfiliaK
rpllE inventor of this preparatiun was for three years "a
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he' suc
ceeded iu curing himself. Since ha lias been practicing nicd
icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing tbioughtlie press of his own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown ly the ccrtiScatps which haveoeen
1 subjoin the cerfificite of Prof. M. Gaiibect, of Mi aiphis,
Tenti., with whom I often advised during the time ot my
Mtvrurc, Tenn,, April 1 7. lS. .
I hereby ccrtity that I have been acquainted w 1th Dr.J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced 1 oil eve
lower llian I have ever "seen any one tiiat afterwards recover
ed, with what Ijsupposed lobe'Dyspepsiaand liver aflection,
and after trying theprescriptiuusot many Physicians in this
as w ell as other countries, without relief, be finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. I).
Physicians are requested to try thU preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we gi re to it in this
Hunts vi lit, January 12, 1S52.
Dr-Blepsoe: I takelhe liberty and fell it to be my duty
lo recommend to all jiersons suffering fmm disease of the
sIomach.and bowels, vour Alterative Compound, as a very
sepcrior medicine. My son, agesl 15 years, had been under
medical treatment about live years tur dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe,
eutirely cured biuu MICAJAH CAYCE.
Dr. Bledsoic 5?ome time has eiapsed since I gave a cei
lilicate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying lo
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of enmp ip th,e stpinach
from dysjiupsis. I liad triad oV weral Wixni I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many Uifferen
medicines, "with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound,"l did so and I am happy to sav
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscieutiously
recommeud it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liverand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
IIcxTsni-LE, Sept 29, 1851.
De. Bwpsok Having seet) thp puljlication rl your Alter
alive Compouiid, I thine it my duty te say to the public, ttiat
I liad been fur j ears subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any thing that would cer
tainly relieve jne, until I tried the above uiftdirinj.wbjth nas
relieved m& in tvu.y aiu.uk hi lw tiian uu hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Cooxtt, Tenn., Dec 23, 1S51.
Dn. Blepsoi: I feel lliat I should fall short of my duty
lo you and to those who are afllicted, w ere I not to further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that I have not luuj qaqse tjj take anything iu
two 1001,11)3- I can iiat anything I want with, impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should I ever suffer from dyspejisia again I shall be snro to
call on you. I am very resiiectlullr y,lRr fj jew,
EiliAl!ETU J. 1LVRW00D.
Hontsville, Ala., August 21, 1851.
This is to eertifv, that I liad suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and D'seases of the Liver. Physician after Hiy
sician had prescribed for me without m v receiving any ben
efit, when 1 commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I rooqirjingnd it
because of thp sama happy pflVpt onon Qthtrsof inyaoiRint
aucs. H ' dCi'irCAROWEIiS.
HcxrsviLLc, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dn. Blep?oe: Sir: Jildjini? from, tha ciitllicatcs you
have already adrtrtlasil, it willC almost minecessaryfor me
to add furtlier eviduueo in regard to tha healing virtues of
your Compound; but I must sav, that lor years l suflered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought iliat l nerer would recover. I commenced tak
ing yourcoiiipound alont nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or So lKiuud.-, and feel about as wvll as I over did.
HENRY J. G0FF.
?JFfThe alnive medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most o! the towns in. the State. Q. "W. HEX
DEItSlIOlT, General Asont, fur whulejalulng tha niod
icine. JrPriPts ?l J'vr pir-,1 IWtle, navla lvd tr
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WJXTERSliad lot ne.iry a)l of hjs hair and
lud been bald lor many years; by the useofMwM
tle of the ilrg.ul: O.n'ment, liud iU hair tMinly re
etr.J, and now las as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His aje is about 50 yeuu.
A sou of Mr. Warruiu ot this town, 14 ysars of ase, had
been atllicted with the Asthma from his" cradle- He had
the benefit of tha best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases 1 ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a stl-leton. Bytlieuseof alewljottlesof thoOint
uieuthe was UmrougUlJj cared, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust health.
This was an extreme case of injUmmallm of the tpleen,
of long standing; has a vanety of treatment lroin no less than
e'njht different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by tlie liseoi only lour rjoiuesoi me Aiagueuc uini
ment. This was four months agoaud the lady (a Mrs. Duu
liam.) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I liave treated two casesof Chronic Sore
AW with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
btind, as io need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afllicted is years, the other
about 9ycars. Thev had tried the. best physicians in the
State, without benefit; and oneof them had been qnderthe
treat inent'of the celrbrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain euons to eueci ii cure, iiicv are now ov use or uie
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any oidinary bitsinois. I have used the
Ofntn.Biit in amimbcrrjcssesof J'ilps, and ill W eae hasil
f jil til of ' giving itmhIUtts relief and qenerallija jiennanenl
cure. I have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
silas. Aud lxst but not least, I have within the last year
cured tour cafesot CAXUtlJ by me ue ot tue Magnetic
Fiom a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it 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 UUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio,
The character of iM Ointment, &3 an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quitoa numbcrof indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration io health to the use ot
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by H. O. SC0VEL,
BERRY & DEM0VILLE.
mayG CARTWRIGHTA ARMSTRONG.
"iBA A. STOUT,
COACH M A N UrACTIIltEIt,
No. 5 Cl.rk Street, Nashville, Tesx.,
Xtstdoor to II. '. French' Grocery Warehouse, and op
h.ite Morrit A StraUoi.s
4 LL kinds of carnages for sale, witu naniess
J.X to suit. AH wurs sold by men maue at wz.r
the Claik Street Manufactory, ami warrantel, and will be
sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. marlo.
THAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bn
siness my son. A C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be conthicled in the name of J, D. March & Son. All
persons indebted to me, by nolo or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. D. MARCH.
Thankful for the liberal share of jiatronage hereto
fore a continuance of the same is respectlullysohcited.
ja,,2 J. D. MARCH A SON.
AND WAltKAXTS We are buying aud paying
j the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons at u distance having warrants tosell by sending to lis
bv mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which they are seilingatlhetimoin Nashvilie aud
the cash remitted or luid to order.
T OSTrliind Warrant, No. 422?, tor 40 acres issued
j to Allen Thompson, on the 2Sd April, 1351, under act
nr-NHi.tsentemher. 1S.10. and assismed to W. B. Shapard A
Co. in blank has been lostund a duplicate wanant will be
applied for, tbrthe benefit of said . B. Shapard A Co.
iiilrj7 fiw w JOSIAlt FAKRIS, Agent
S. R. M'CAMY,
Commission and I'orivnriling Jlcrcliant,
Rs sr. to
Kim-Aims A lUr.nn,
LtMKit A Brothers,
W. S. Whitman',
THE TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSITRANCE
coin? ah x
HAVE removetl their oilice to the West side of the Pub
lie Spi-tie near the Planters' Bauk, over the otlice o
D. IVail A Co. uo nuglO i'm.-
SS. M lliljIAJl-S-Jgeui ior aonn n imams, ..tew
. Orleans, will make liberal cash advances 6a Produce
l,.- .l.;nrr,Ant ' ' ' 'nlvl-l '
DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET JSSCULAFIUS.
OR, EVERY 0XS HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
riHIE Fortieth Edition, with Oua
JL Hundred. ICngraiings showing
Diseases. and Mallbrmalions of the
Human System in every shape and
form. To which is added a Treatise
f " I"? Disasos or Female.', being of
the highest importance to nurned
Jieople, or those coiileniplating mar.
riage. By WILLIAM YOUNU.M.D
Let no father be ashamed to pie
sent a copy of the .ESCULAP1US
to his clrild. It may save him from
an early rave. Let no j ouitg man
or womau enter into the secret obli
gations oi marriage lite witliout reading the l'Ot'KFT
jdSCULAPIUS. IM noor.e Miffing fmm a haeknUsl
Cougli, Pam m Ihe Si.le, restless nigfits, nervous fhn"
and the whole train of Despeeil-jsensalions. and g'nen iip
by their nhvsiciaii. bo another luoment without coiLsult.u'r
tho ESCULAPIUS. Hai e tho married, or those about to
be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book, a-s
it has been the means of saving tlu,oands of uufortuuate
creatures ftom the ery Jaw -f death.
W Anviierssin sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en
closed ina letter, will receiieone copy of this work bv mailf
or fire copies will be sent for Oue Dollar.
Address, (post-paid,) DR. Wr. YOUNG.
marchlS ly A 152 Sjiruce 't PHUadeljihuu
Jl. K. NO PAIN KILLER.
TO KILL 1'AIN wo must paralyse the nerves, orinother
words produce a paltyot tho part to which the fain
killer is applied.
Pain is au uunatura 'sensation, arising from an injury
or disease which, leing trausmitted along the nerves to
the brain, gives an uneasy jkreeptwn to the mind.
Remedies recommended to Kill P.uj.-, or Paw Killers,
are either producers ol Paralysis, or theysro nut what tboy
are recommended for. If thesufferer ot pain is to undergu
be worse than tho disease. And, if Pain- is lobeA'tAW,
then tho nerves that transmitted this sensation, and the
senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also.
If, on the other liand, it is not a "pain tiller "ii is a mis
nomer, and .not what its advertisement claims for it.
Had way's Heady Kclief does not Kill pain, but
it subdues its paroxyisms gnd lelieves the sufferer from all
painful and uneasy sensations, Iladnay's Beady Reher is
quick iu its action it instantly relieves, and immediately
alter sets about reiuoviug the cause of the pain, it eoothee
and cures, it relieves aud removes the troubling cause, and
hence ihejoy it infues
H, Hi ift IUTivo Actions. The primary action
of liadwuy'i. Ready Relief is, to allay the effects of any pain
ful causes that the human system may be visited with.
Its secondary action is, to remove the cause itself; this it
will immediately accomplish, for it is so powerful in action
so quick and ellectual, that the moment it is applied or taken
the painful paroxyisms are relieved, and, tha unsound parts
made whole, strwijf, Itoaithy and vigorous.
External P-fljits Itheuniatistn. Radway's Ready
Relief applied externally to the parts where thujiaiu is felt,
will isslatilly allay the paroxyisms, scatter the cause, or the
o-mgatal Jniiitst ic'tu: oau.e th) jii;i, and, in a few mo
m.anta ths sullbrer will be quite easy. If the attack is re
cant a few applications will cure it.
If Chronic, Radway's Renovating Resolvent, used in
connection with the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Rheu
matism in ils most aggravaled forms, whether Syphilitic
Sciatic nervous, muscular or iutUmatory ifor wouderlul
casesof Rheumatism, enred by R. R, R, Remedies, see
Radway's family Friend for tho mouth of March, 1853 a
iree or cuarge, uv au-
lloart are relieved.
and thp unnatural irriUtiuns inituutly 3ubdued by a simple
application ot . 11. uciitf.
SicU Heaii Aclio. R. R. R. will in all cases cure this
distressing complaint. Its ant acid properties when taken
into the stomach, will neutralize the acid, and make the
stomach clam, and the breath sweet.
Its countcr-irritautetlicacy, will produce a reaction when
applied to the head, aud invioiate aud enliven, and reficsh
Jiiteriiaj Pjiiiis. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
The umratural and violent irriUlions that alHict the system
whileit is nndsr the iutjuenco of tlicse maladies, will, in a
moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relieving eilicacy of
the R. K. Relief. It allays in itution, it arrests spasmodic
action, it neutralixos the poisonous miasnai tlut causes these
painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor
ates with warmth and strength the cold, cramped, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, and restores each mni.uber and
organ of the body to a healtldul aud vigorous condition.
Itad way's Rea'dy Relief, and escb.ol the R. R. R. llerae
dies, are made from, tho active properties of medicines.
Nothing infrt or inactive enters their composition, so that
the syMeui is not clogged with worthless and inert matter.
Iu'couclusion we would reuiiud jhe reader that Sadway's
Ready Rolief, relieves the sufferer trura pain (not kills.) and
cures or removes all unnatural causes ol Rheumatic, Neural
gic and Nervous.or painful character.
Railway's Regulators, prepared from the actiro principle
aloueof Medicinal Herbs, Roots Plants audGnms, will ieg
ulate aud keep iu a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, ami all other organs of Ihe body. They will
cure costivness, indigestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all bilhous complaints and levers.
The ladies wilt find ltadway's Regulators the very best reg
ulator ot" the system, in assisting tardy nature iu the dis
clarge of her monthly duties. No piping pains or sickness
at stomach fullownllifiroputit)!!, but tluy lUaure to all who
takethcui a pleasant and easy discharge of the offals of the
Radway's RenovatingResolvent, is a powerful resolverof
all diseased deposits tlut have been lying iu the system for
vears. A purilyer of the blood and a renovator ol tbewhole
For further Information of the wonderful pain-releaving
and curative powers of the R. IU Remedies, tlie public are
refeireil to ourniouthly iiblications, or Guide toheallh, co
pics of which can be had gratis by addressing us at our It.
R. R. olllce, lt!2 Fulton slreel, New York.
RADWAY A CO , 162 Fulton st. N.Y.
R. R. R., for sale bv Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Tcunnes-see.
MANDFIEL11S A CO, Memphis.
HUDG1N, WELLS A JOHNSON,
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for Rheum attsni,Griii,pain intlcSid
Hip, Back, Linibs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil
white aweinnsrs. nam minors, niui uvtuis, aim muum
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cauuol
Tliese Plasfers possess the advantage of being put tip in
. ..... , .i .i..r:Kr..i ;.. i i
air-ligui ooxes; ueuce iner iviuiu men .m. ,.w ....
This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so exlensively
used by Physicians and the people in general, both in this
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
thing about it Yet there may be some, who stand in need
of its healing lowers who have not yet tried it. For their
sakes we will simply state what it has done iu thousand of
cases, aud what it will do for them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the following tctm.any Lorn a Physician.
flcxTLmiLV. Your Hebrew Master lias cmed me of pains
of which I liave suffered for twelve years psU. Dur ngthis
m.rin.l 1 labored underan affliction of my loins and side.and
tried many remedies that my own medical experience g
gusted, but without obtaining relief". At length I nsedjour
Plaster, and am now by ils good effects entirely cured. 1
will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster toi.II,
who are suffering from contraction of the muscles, orpctm.i
nent pains in the side or back.
The people ofGeorgiahavo hut to become acquainted with
ts virtues when they will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, M. I).,
Forsythe, Monroe comity, Ga.
To Messrs.Scovil A Jlead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OH HEBREW 'l'LASTER IN NORTH
Mesmhs. Scovil A Mkao: I have been troubled w ith the
chronic rheumatism fur the last tv elve years. On the 1st of
f-uly 131V, 1 was so bad tlial I could not turn myscir in lim,
aim toe pains severe umi i tuti t i.i sici. ...a .....
At thistimemvaltcnUingl'liysician presciioe.1 me -ueorew
Plaster, and it acted like a ctiami; tne pin ii meauui
slept more than half of tha night, and in three days I was
able fo ride out. I consider tlio "Hebrew Plaster" the best
remedy for all sorti of pains now in use
O. W. McMlXX.
Hendersonvillc, N. C, Aug. 1C, 1S50.
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations!
I"The genuine will in future hate tho signature I
Taylor ou the steel plate engraved label on the lop of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar
iclcs is in existence.
The genuine is sold only byns, and our ngentsappointed
hrouhout the South anil no pedlar is allowed tosell it
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautieaaHlawinst buy
ing of butour regular agents, otherwise they will be ltnpos
ed"upon with a worthless artiebj. ,.,
Forsale by t SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
allordera must be addressed. -...
Sold bv EW1N, BROWN A Co., Nashville, Tenn.
3 W. W. A J. B. BERRY, do;
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co., do;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELIs, do;
iulvl-dtww H. G. SC0VEU do.
South Side Pu-blic Square.
THIS well known and public place of resurt is now set
ting extra fine LUNCHES every day at 10 o'clock, ami
Vnast nine at night, well furnished with Sweet Milk and
Peaches, and fine refreshments, say Milk, Punch BsSn-'f.
Julius, Cobblers, Punches, Ac This establishment will be
sept open, from and after Tuesday night, Zdday of August,
for Ihe accommodation oftho-e running late
something fine to eat and driukat all hours r'ar or
OUR Goods are selected and purchased by ourrelves,
with great care iu the bess murkeU, which enable iu
to sell low lor CASH. Out Candies are W'ARRANTED to
keep dry ; and we sell as cht.ip as any house in the coun
try. Toys Pocket Cm lerv. Pistols, Revolvers and Self
cocking.; Spnuisli Cigars, Ac, Ac. . july2(-tf.
SINGEH'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEECLPERTEII
! SvureJ iy Iwo Distinct Patents.
THESE extraardinarr Maehine& hare bad numcrons di
plomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew.
iug Machines ever devised. They now form one of the most
nHraclive features of (be Great Exhibition at tlie Crystal
Palace in New York.
The pmpiietorslwvlng perfected theirgreat manufactory
in New York, are now able to produce tlie .Machines at a
cheaper rale, and haie determined to give the benefit to the
public, by reducng tne price ?2. Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will be sold at either of our regular offices'
$100 Cash, vvithont Deduction or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities of these Machines fur all tlie
work of the Clothier, Tudor, Slue Manufacturer, Saddler,
Cat ringe Trimmer, Cap Maker, and Corset Maker, it i un
necessary tn spoiilc. 1 he character of the machbies for these
branches of business is established, and they are known
and admitted to be tlie most perfect instruments for the pur
pose ever devised. Tin: clear profit ou each machine is
from $.".00 lo $lmi0 a vear, depundiiig on the fineness and
ditBetilty rf the work d. ne. We desire to call the particu
lar attention tt Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to our ma
chine frr stitching tine linen and cotton goods. We can
satisfy any person intei ested that no other machine has ever
done or can do tins kind of stitching perfectly, .The price of
the machine includes the neccssarv articles for using.
Wh)H onlered they are packed, eompkte forimmediatense,
and full prin'e-l iojlriK'U.ms foe Using are furuisiied.
Kilter of i In; Express t'oiupan.cs or Merchants visiting
the placus w hiiv our i..licesa'el.-ated, affoid a convenieut
medium for purchasing mei uiut-s.
l'riucipul Olfice, Nol 12 Broadivar, N. Y.
f No. Sol WnsliingtHUiJU, BnstiMi.
i..v, ri, Xo.5 SoHth 4th St., lliiladelph'io,
LcAxcn Offices. v . . . ,, . ; , t.i,
Xo. 1j. Baltimore St., Baltimore.
t Xa 17 Elm St, Cinciimsfl.
I. M. SINGHi: A CO.
Kurrnu-'s Patent I'liin tntlon
ri IIIIS WlllillC-rs from all oilier in th eonslruc Hon
A the ut.per or Hauuins Stone, which is composed of
Preach Burr Blocks, enclosed In a cast Iron Case, which
forms the back and hoop of the Slutio wilii a I'ast Iron Kye.or
Cash, than Is of ereater external diameter at thetiottoni that
at the top, which is secured lo the bark by four bolts, 80 that
every block is in tbu form of a dove tail, whu'li elves greater
strength to aStouetUaoanyother method w bleb is required
intiaall mills, where the rtone is ran with ereat peed,aud
becomes dangerous if not strongly made. It also gives any
welch; to astooe of small dUinuler that is reualied without
halng Itlhict or high, that makes it lop heavy.
Ibis mill Is a square frame made of wood or castlron.la
the form of a buti.wltu Bndge-tree, Spindle llance,l!lng
Driver, and Kegulatins Serew, and grinds ui'on tho same
principle as alarie loitl, diCTering only in the Banner stone;
this beiee of great weltteiab1 It tojcrtnd nearer the Cen
tura greater quantity of grain wilh le-s power lhau any other
mill now in use. This mill Is portable, and may beatlscheil
to steam, weter, ltrso or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes nriirench Burr .Mill Stones, maoafacturod
on the same prlncinU.
Joseph II. liurrows, of Ciminnatl, Is the Inventor, for
whh-h heohtained hetters Pttent In 1812. For alllnrringe
ments the purchaser will be held responsible for the right
These .Mills doiiol require a Jlillri?htto svt tli.-m np; and
all lhat Uns.wary to put them iu oierati..n. Is tosttacha
hand to Dm pulley nntho eplioile, with a drum satticlemly
Urge to run a lwei.lv.four Inch Mill S4U revolutions per
mlHiite, attaehed to fltn, Sti-ain. or Water Power, liy th
steady application oftwohnrse power the MillwIUgriuJ s
lo B bushels 3r hoarorgofMl meal: and will Brlr.d wheat
as wt-U as com, 1 he thirty Inch mill, if put ! Us fullest
speed, wli' rlndfrom ten ti fifteen buslieNfsr hour.
These mills are warranted to be In every respect as recom
mended. Huictioss for l!li. Place yourmlllahoutSOfeetfrom
the D.-hlns Pulley in a level'iwsillou; mate th U-lt or
1 ather six or elsht inrhes wid. Give th.i Stonf.Mil revolu
tions a minute, wilh thesnn. Kefptheue't and step of
the sisudla wellolld. Viaco the star on tlie back or the
Ihimin.gMone.in'-hesamnw-ayas tho Cross on the Driver,
that is,tboway the) are liimn.u.i to run.
UCer to Thos. Pattersoa, Kq or Illshland county. Ohio,
Jes.e lal,Kq.,.f uiintoit coui.ty, Ohio; O. S. BraJbur,
Eso , ofllndnuatl, and a ntihikr of others.
All ordersdirevted In JOILX K. BOOMAN.
X.."rt Droadway.N'ithTilltf, Ageut tor Middlemd Hast
Tennesseo.'or J- It. HUUKOWS, -
Janes l.U-w.&w.ly. West Front st.Clu.O,
dealers ix KVEitx Dtseiunio.v or
Ladies' and Gectlemea's iTnniisliing and Fancy Goods,
On CvOfj trl, om door &ntM oj the Simtre.
I E It E may bo found at all timesa large aErt-
V V meut of Winchester's. Davis A June's, A Myers'
i Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt, of Linen, Muslin with Lin
t eu Bosoms, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
Collars. Underwear. Menno. Miaked twit, Uasn-
mere, nrouia totum amt canton riaunei, mr uuirs
ami netillemen, Cents Cloth Gutters, Gloves, Kid ami
Silk, "Buck. Cashmere, Chun, Chamois, Wash Xoruto,
Cult" Gloves, and Indies and Gentlemeu's GaimtleLs, Liuen
and Silk Handkerchiefs Storks, Ties, Waierfbrds, Albert,
ll Joinville's. nlain. Einh'd and selfsidjiisting, Cmvafs-
t . ....... , r.i. t IT...! 11. . T1--1I-
i HtrengUieniHg lielts, uooe oe kiuauin-, uioorvoa-'v
in" Canes, Rid'.ng Uh;is, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valise", !
Carpet Bags, Satchels. Dre-sirfg Cases, Work Boxit.Toi- t
lets, Olcr Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Wriling Deks i
f3igr Cses, VlAst. TraTeH'.ng Compttnioiis, lUzois and t
ltior Strwpft, Oewtbs, Brusiies, Good year's Cwh Coisls. 1
I'cltnniery. ToUet Bottles, Pocket Cutler)', Ac, and .
a large assortment of other articha, uaually Mpt by Fur- !
uislime Stmes. , . , , '
rJ WeaavemtMlearrHDgementswiih our Tneiids at tl. .
Nwlh to forward w !sls as mkim as recvlvea by tliem,
theietbrewe shaU huvtrgowt-s lier in lotlm ten davs.
from the Now York Cu,.t. 11,. ,
Furnisbiii Store, CoHwge stieet, 1 ths- Sumh of the
Square. Nasliville. l"U )
FARM POR SALX. i
I AVIS!! fo sell the I'ann o: which 1 iv rrsije, S nvhVs
fnHn XaslivrHe. oh Itm Hit- Fraflkfti Turnpike, al i
containing lwat, about e-itully thvi.hMiido tHiiltt-r attsl
cieai etl land . Tliere is et f r llimg 't io rentier n u .iri.
ble as a country rrtidnre,H-h as pett mrielr vt ft,
an abuudaHceof spnitrf t.d wtrl-ivr. giast", Ac If dt
sired it will be divided into small ainiiais.
For terms, Ac. rAv JtOw Kiinu!r or toR.W.
Bnnivi, Ge-i'l Ajtent, Xo. 6,' Cheriy altvet, " to
jtmeSo ttAw'.l. ."' '.'J'A.,'K'
8lfNI)ltll-S.. -ltifi bWs l4 rfounlttke-s of Naflf,
liHW bbls No 1 Sail; SO loos astMttd Iroo;
30 the Paiute.1 lUtckets; ! bbls Briwtstmie;
a.) nesU ofTsbH; 5 " Atu;
20 " lmlf bJl measure; ! Plows;
ZSm lbs br laati; ) bbls NoS Mackerel;
Sw) bags Slmt, a-orte.r; Krkils No 1 Slut -i db; "
100 assorted Demijohn!"; SO bbls S S Almondm)
50 lioxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; yl " Large Pecan;
!m iloz Bcleords and Liues; tO boxs Figs;
&0 bog Race t Singer; . Soo " Tobacco, a.wted;
So bags Pepper; 3 tierces Freslt Rice;
50 boxeA Dned Herring; 25 bbls English Soda;
1 cn.sk Maddur; SO boxes Fresh Tea.;
1- boxes SlmWon's Bitters;10 " Crouie's best Indigo.
20 " 15 Wtie-rt Plour, ext;
To--ether with Btanv ulhcr aiflcles. whieh will be sold
low, by dectt llLLANlElt. Market st.
T r iiii" 1 l a.. Tiu t-a inlnfnmi mv frit-nils and ut-
A. rons tliat I liave removed to tlie store on the corner of
1 X. 1 11 1 14 S A ltS ." s. . . , , 1
7s.i a m..,- ..-..aj- r.sj,m mv old stand next
Alsti to inform tlwm that I have ou hand a choice M or Ci-.-ars.Snuffs.Tobaeeos.aiHl
Pipes; those m want orgtaal ar
Hcles, wonhl do well to call, as I keep a Too.jsThioi
little Indian, corn era rid CedarjCherrv sts.
FACTS THAT ABE FACTS. "
WHO does not know tliat LrossA Co., keep always on
hand the finest CigtirSand Tobacco lo be had in
town. All wa can Say to those who are ignorant ofthht.is
to ropiest them to call and examine our stock, and they
will soon be convinced tliat such is the case. Don't forget
11.. t.iaru I Lvons) Den, No. ly, Cedar street.
Tobacco. We are just in receipt of a Urge lot of
smt.kiitg and chewing Jobaccos, consisting or some of the
finest brands; fine cut and iu plug. For sale cither whole
sale or retail by . LYONS A CO.,
july 13 No. 1'.'. Cedar St.
Dlt. ROBERT M. PORTER hasiemoved htt
reridence and office to No. S, Cedar street, nearly p
oslt the Catholic Church. july 90 lm.
E3rASLtSICE3 TOP. TEX Y'EARS.
T V.5?11 " Etirrhfcsj-fn thefatements below, nude'br
1 Dr. JohnShelhrBA II. V. ltmiltor 1 liar wan ii.
Opcratumin-eral lime. Iionsatirfedof itegreat ntiluy. Aa
he seasnal adVandng, I .retar those f have on hand Er
. i- P- CHE.VTILVM.
juiw2?, 1S5S. Xashvdle.Tenar
- i " Nashville, Judo 2S. 1353.
"Col. L P. Crttmiui: lttr - Ibtae been using
'i!'"" "W""4 SlwiiiyMacldi.'" paten ented bv Manney
ol lirmotswliich vwu are noworlerng to tlw ciiiieni of Tei.
uessee. Itwa.awtuMitsAvuMMu3lisi Itworka
SKiTLr and iumi.lv. Tfte auioimt cut i,sr day will depend
principally upon th sjw&l or tin- team, h the team can
rat el Chit mile per Wri it will Iteap orMow, fifteen acres;
n len hours, h entitled t iltf cunthleuce of tha publics.
Re5eouHy . J. SHELBY.
I. L.KBraiHey , now Bianaisg the farm of Dr. Shelby,,
make ll following statement: We Iiaveha.1 tor more than
one w eefc, one of CsiL Cheatham's mowrBf' and reaping'
macliines.we havetried it in e!ot er and grout Mown and tan
glod, and 1 now state lhat It mows and cuts cleaner than th
sythe blade, and that, if will utow per day as much as i4
tianjs, aihiitcau reap at least tentv-fiir acres iter dav.
juiieiBi-Mw. fy. BRADLEY.
L. A. UMIC ' D. LAXI38.
L.VNIEK A KEOTIIER,
W Ii u I e a I e (irocers,
Comv.;k 'amt yniHini t,j Utrchantt,
And Dwlws hi Foretgn and l)erwIiuors,
septt - J -Market sreet, Xasliyflle
l H'KOliSWI bbUTewwiM, lDWhik7r
AO. bblsOM lloiirbou Wh0fr,S
50 " OI.1 Rjb .'3
r,ms New England Rum;
50 " uu iteserve " s--i u'i
IjilpwOM C.vr. BraadytW " 0M Port Wine:
fr! raa,lv Cherries;
10bbUIdHadritiJuH5. 5t CWet Woe
2o Indian bWs Sweet Wiae: 10 atuoried Cordiak;
lyo bbls A. M. Brandv: i5 ewK Old French Urandv-
In store and fiirsate fciivby L.VN1KR A BROTHER.
(J UNDKI lis. iTiybilj bestVW; ToTrtf-, of YailT:
0 l' bbls No. 1 iih o tons aborted I too;
So doz Painted liucke's; 5 bWs KtiiastMie;
SrtiiesUcfTiibs- 5 " Ahun;
i " lulfbiishelmeaSiiresjlOrtl'toiys;
5i lbs bar Lo d; 2bbh No 2 Maekerei;
2K.UgsSlM. 4S4frlel; ,"h kits No 1 and 2 do;
100 assorted DHnohns; ? bKbS S AlmoBd-;
W boxes Cuba Sixes Ciffartt fafgalVcaus;
40 ih z Bettcortls and lines;."." boxes FSjp;
5o bags Race Otngw? S0r "feSter assarted;
25 bags Pejijr: a tjerewi Ytvii Rio .
to boxes Dried I Irrwg; 2'. bids Eogtb Sda;
1 cask Mivthfert So borrt Fm4 Teas;
10 boxes KtoiHjhton BiMrt;W " Crewe's beat Indigo;
SO " B. W Hsur, exl;
, Together with maey othr artieJM. H wW be sold
low by ik-o4. UNIER A ItltllTHRK. untVet st.
BANKING'S PATENT LACK 0& ABIXJiltNAL SUr
T70R weak ancl dfiote ero. mate ortenw and tbosa
who are adlicte.1 wilh the luiiowinif itts4Atws viz; -Weakness
of the Itreast. Bronchitis. Sli..nne of Breath,
Pain in tlie Chest. Wkies ami IHt-erfing of the I.uosrs
Palpitafiou of the Heart, Disp?pia, t'ostiritess and Piles,
Pain in the Back, Spinal Ciirvaiuies. and Enlargement of
oue Hip ami Siioulder, FalKnguf the KoweK ami a Ten.
denoy to Rupture. Pnylapeu L':mri, or Bearint; Down, If-
regular, Painhil or Pmfttse Meaatru.il'Hi, Tendflc lo
Abortion, and Paitifnl IiriiKincr. umI tti haul s4m inci
dent to Child I!earirj,a.DwpcaiMti U Drvupiog, lounging
and Weariness common to detk-s mtehwiica, stuJeaU,
aeaiustrts'ses, and othertwlie kern ineliBsl pmittous.
The subscriber has had thexclusice sale of this cUlira'.
e.1 Jtrace for sevend years, during which erioil a lrg
nnmber have been sold to those wbabave given thii highest
lestiiuonials f dmrntnulwabte curative potters. The most
satisfactory references can begivt-u to js?r-is in the ,-iti of
Nashville ami summn ling anmtry;- Itintttrmorv, tbev ars
rectnnuieiih)d bysonieofilieiuool ee.ibrattsi aud extensile
Practitioners ofMeilicine in Nashviife .omI the adjiicent
country. Forsale by li U SCOVEi
Druggist ami Abotheeuj, North side ot ihe PttMic Square,
lhreedoorsAlVst?lheNaMtrilte Inn. " agl tf.
O A LETivTvi 'CI'TONT-MAllPlrTRY" OK THE
D HOPE COTTON' FACTORY. Tk ntWntwr. havuvg
determined to relinquish tW CuilaH bus.Hcss, will sell m
lots, by public AuefMHi m tbe premises, m AV'fdnejSar,
Octolierdlh, l-.Vik lite COTTON M jt I1INRKY aflhallOP'L
FACTt.RY. all in complete raamae .mttr, eotkustwir of
2 Wllotvs; '
Ct Cards ftHnel, CyHndent, and S ItaNiag Car;
6 Drawing Frantes;
8 Railway HetvlsiTHi HaHwe CMHpktc;
49 I.iteSftn.dle Flyer T!.rwWili SfttodNc.
H Tube " " MW2 ' " "
4 Ring and Traveler. " tmt '
R2 Reels, l Aick Streteher. 1 Tww4r, Yarn Presses.
2 Warp Mm 2 Si Jers, 1 Ply Frame. 4 Sow. Card
Grinder. 1 Spindle Grindir. 1 Cegwheel Cutler. 1 Roller
finiej; a large mi or ntsea ana unnnisMtnl IIoWmbs, a
large lot of i.atlenis Ac
Trans hums of l,i
or lm caab: Wsvr amounti.
one-lourth cash, balance rattened oott at :-. V! and 1
niouilui. I'ersomt wbdiimr t examine the maebmery will
call at my warehouse, corxr Mutket and atr sm.. Pitts
bur:. P. M'CORMICK.
The XaslirUle Banner, Floreon- Oawtle, lliuitsvdte Dem
ocrat, ( Vilunilitis (llii yk'Htinel, .Stilh 1'ar.diuian, Mempbist
R-ijjIeA J-iiqiiirereopy iu daily s.nd weekly to the amount
ot" five dollars, and eharge to tbwut&v. (a":1 $ lm.
Corner of Sixth and Main Street,
rjIIEimdersigned would n-sptctfeWy itdorra tits friends
I and tlhitrnvt-ong public in i"er:tl, ttutt heltas leased
the above named Hotel for a tenn of years. Having gene u.
a great expense in resiliBK aad itunin-bin the aume; to
tliatilUnow svetuid loao in Ihe AVest. Hoping by
strict atleution r business Ut merit a liberal share of tha
public favor. J. M USHER,
IinHiHe, July 19 tw ft irSni."
G t OOUS TA?ll"UmftrEr) IMtlCES.- As the
r seasttu is B,lvanein; I wHI twftrmv sock of Summer
GixkIs of every description, at such reduced prices as will
be satasfactuty to all. I nave a larnr aeu. oeaumiu Tartctt
cfladies' draw Gncxls. MantiUsW. Ac, Ac . to which Iwould
I solicit the attention of my frieifds atvt Wr miblie.
L. ' JAMrfe N1CHOL,
uly 82 No. 13, corwr Square amt Marnei ru
PirnrETT. HACillTRDO & CO .
I1ANKEKS mid C031JIISSION JIKECIIANTS
' jy g n- -ojtf.lt A XS.
r XT -M. P. PICKETT flatf ofthe Hon .f PICKETT, PER-
VV KINS ACO.I andJ. K. MACMliKDO, Banter, hav
ing aioeiaU-d lluwiselies in bwsuteait, will conduct a
Hanking and .'encnil Coiiimisioii Iliisiuess,
in tin. Cifv, imder flmi tif IVkett. M u-m'H A t o.
Particular attenrion paid tHie svihf of Cfion. and to the
1 shipment of Smmbes ami MerekHtlte jpwur-
1 ' !ly.-.V m.
' oreat"bargains for oash.
WA. A J. G. M.t'U:i.luND haviRKMi band an nr.
. ustully Uigtt.tnd nchsttk ol Goodo, will olTer
' great intlocemeufe l cash or pum-lual Imy era. Strangefi
i visiting lb citv, wiM sarenumeybv looking at our stock
I tfote making their purchases efeen here.
jnne! N Stf. PuUie Snare.
AGRICULTURAL IIANTI FACTUEIN'J COMPANY.
ltZ3FfK THIS estubRshmeut isnow prepared
AT&fev) in manurtwtnre altl kinda of Waggou.s.
SesjsVij.l f Oris and Plows of evvrv description.
and anv other faroiiusr isnraimnlii rssed iHcOyf
this country. .asjga
The prkvs ibr soeh Utittfrs wiH net W more than 19 paid
Tor tlituu UueW fawn other plates. We are ready to re
ceive orders lor Wbrrf Ban tows and Carht, and otLeruteo
sfts for making- roods.
The .MamiSteliirmK-tvf Vjqr, is umleftho Sapru.ttn
d.'Hief Wilson MhWwi, whtc work H wrll known here
We lestH-ctftdly solirit orJers from Ihe ltauters and Merch
aiitsin tlwiwrriitMnling cotsaltrs lor our work.
One or two paid Witp Jfnkrtsi wanted immediate!-.'.
Gi l price will be paid for Srst-t ale wnrkmen.
1 GEO. V. ALLKN.
jntii . Iowr Market Street
W. C- WmTTlIOH
mollis .V WIIITTIIOII.NE,
irpwtll pracllM their prr In ifc eoolillea of
ATaBry, Marshall, (Mm, LawrB, UU, and Ulclman.
decfl. tf- .
' - - - ynasAlS
A DESIRABLE r"ARM AND RRs-IDKNCE .tua . . -i
A nn the Grf.irtH Tarnpike, s' " JjL't'
ct-nTaimns alaait 7-". acres, on .whtcl. Ihe sohscnber Bow re
'sldvs. TtadeIKnjr.wl.ir; r- cu.
""rV?. . !T . 71,. A .trL. mmJt UBAII H MtflTnif-nt
ha.K wW, all ne-
CeTh7fo'a hvlrl'rttWTrre. TV? wu'er ' ewd and pure,
ll,riiy in aiuihiirfiw. Tlteorchrd awtaitw ar.us kino ,
f tearing fruit lrrl,f ."""'"T .ri..-. , -i
nflihli awl W. tsW iHihboiwooil rs un
siin.Ms.eJ- The traet w suaetsptiblu of lieiajr divided int
three lota, each having a beawliftd buildin site, with na
nine waters term" ami mm aeammoa.nr'.
can be had at any tiira.
For lurttier iBtrUeuhira, apply 10
LlSDSLKi' A CROCKETT.
inlrST Sawlf tw AgwttK. OBege street
Tunu.is iioooe. xei.so. walcek.
1IODOE & WALKEK.
Barbers, TIair-lVMMrt, Ac, Ac,
Xo. IS, a.lar Urert.
HAVEopenetl thoir new ettWtithin awl or fotlietr
eitotomers smd the publie m pratmX ndarements nev
er before offered in this city. Haling- jwwty Wted up cur
Wise, we fytJ confident that all T ho gi.e a call w;il
leave well ttttrsBe.1. In Milki Jo P- trtermci Usxr-Vrnr.
W, Ac, we tavelargr, eommhous and neatly liirnisht I
Ba.h-R.Us. aieare the tf . thee.IT. and Mlv,
ve..ieiand comfort, eaot be stuTassed in ibecour.
Irv While passiBtr, rnllerHi and patrons just step in
ui. .rti imufie we "niake the hair flv, and wha?
saltrtary effect our pure water h upon a w earied ami
.ijt, laidv. ang-i;
ill! VAN renpow tsirry otfera hw service. u
1 thecitixeas. ofNashvafem the practice of Medicme,
and especially in the treatment ol unreaic uveases.
tree on the corner of LfeWn and fjummerstrcclj,