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NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMB Ell 0, 1853.
UNION AND AMERICAN .
OFFICE No. 1 1, DEADEIUCJt STREET.
THE WEEKLY ITNIO.Al AMERICAN Is furnished
tn subscribers at the following rates; Single copies, oue
- ytsrin advance. t2 SO; within Uie year 3 00; -at the cud
of the year M 00. Guraa Of fire and upwards $2 00
!r copy for one year. -Ciubsof subscribers will be re-.
ceYrcdGirsU months at the foregotng rales! '"
be TRI-AVEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid ia
advance, $G. 1
DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
BT.THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
Remi ttances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
' ' -companied with the each.
GAZE, AYONBEE AND ADMIRE J
And with lickering eyes and "itching palraV -ocVnonl-edge
a fascination more powerful than the
WIZARD SPELL I
As we Mull uncover and rere al to the admiring world,
know-ledge more startling pregnant with more blessings;
and in its lesults more interesting to the human family
BURNING OF THE XPHE3IAN DOME,
having (or its basis cxi yxrsal DArWxcss 1 1 and evolving in
. it. details, gems of thought richer than the Boon of Free
dom 1,--more valuable lo "unbirn generations" than the
discovery of gravitation by the Ml of the
APPLE ON MILTON'S HEAD. .
The Golden Sands of San'Lonit 'Potost and Ansfralia; the
translucent, lustrous and dazzling Wealth of -King Schahza
man, all, all grow dim, pale, audlose their isplendor before
the SPABKLINO BRILLIANCY
of our gorgeous and most TiutntPHAXT I.ccc
Prizes Suld in August!!
$35,000 sold tn Package to Mississippi.
$20,000 sold toa Club in Tennessee.
$18,0(10 sold to amercluntin South Carolina.'
$tlvO.WsWd In Package Wholes trrKcntfickTV
$12,000 sold in Package totJcorgia.
$10,000 cold to a Club in Ohio.
$Sch)0 sold to a Lidy lit Virginia.
" $.i,000 sold in Package to Pennsylvania.
ror brilliant Prizes, always mail your ordera, ..
. PVFEU A CO , A&. 1 Ligldttreet. lialiimort,
J3T" Tlie most successful meihod'to draw a Prize is to
'Purchau a Pacteyt! The experience of every day ilrenglh
ens this declaration.
' " -Jbsitch teord as Fatt1 at Pilfer $ 'Cos.
" Forward your orders irithoutdtby! ff
-: Splcnditl Schemes lor Sept., 1853.
' 23TTbe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter ticket!
only. ai iriveu below.
Ao.ot I'nce ot l nee 1 1
Ballots. Tickets. Packages
1 1 drawn
1 4 drawn
U S.of 25,000'
., IDrawiugs fonvarded toConespoudents by the first i
mails after the lotteries are drawn. j
FSTComsspondeuU will please order a few days before .
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per rentage In favor of those purchasers
who order by the Packajre, and the cluinces of drawing four J
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby seemed. I
;Wo advisethepurcnasejf Packages of Tickets In every in. I
J3?"Bttnk Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight will be proinptlvrcmittcd to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PYFEB A CO'S.
igyReineiiiber A PacKAfiEof Tickets, can draw four
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
f3fln order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
yafier the result is known, the readers of this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
idled, far famed aud truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, PYFER A CO..
septl lm No 1 Light street Baltimore. Md.
JOCKEY CLUK RACES.
ri"MIE Fall Meeting over the Naf.livillo Course will com-
menccon MONDAY the 20th ofSeptember, 185 ', and
continue through the week.
Irrf Djy, JA'B.iy 2C Sweepstake for untried 0y olds;
?100 entrar.ee, $50 fotfeit mile beats.
Jo Averson enters Baily Peyton's ch c, by Wagner, dam
W G Hirding enters cli f, by Ambassador out of Kate
King by Priam.
ilev Taylor enters ch c, Wellirgton, by Wagoner, dam
by Stockludder. Also, gc, Raging Tail, by Sovereign, dam
'Second Aiiy, Tuesday 27 Sweepslakes for 3 year olds,
f 200 entrance, ?50 lorfcit two mile heats.
O B Williams enters ch f, by Wagner, out or Eudoia by
Jo Aversonnters ch f, Frank Pierce, by Sovereign dam
"S II Bugg enters clif, Lad) Green, by BeMinzzar, dam by
Third liy, TTnlmeeii.ilSlS Sweepstakes for year olds
i loO entrance. $50 forfeit, mile out,
W W Woodfulk enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock
holder. W G Harding enters ch f, by Shamrock out of Gamma.
P Fowler enters g c Iattlc Arthur, by Gluncoe out of Blue
Bonnet, by !niioitrd Bedford.
Jo Averson enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara How
arj. Also, b c, by Sovereign; dam by Jonathan.
Fourth 2'lxtrl.it 2tl Jockey Club Purse, .$100
ifA Ifjy, Friday 30-Jockey Club Purse, S200 two
Sij-tk D.iy, Saturday OcUlr 1 Proprietor's Pup, $150
mile beats-best three in five. T ALDRRSON,
JUCKKY CLUB ASSOCI'VTION
riMIi: FALL MEETING over this Course will commence
J. on Monday, the 3d day of October, 1S53, and continue
throughout the week, viz :
First lUr Monday-Sweepstake for Two year ol.K
Thedashofamile. $100 enlr, $0 forfeit. Cloed wiUi
( len. W. W. Woodfolk ent b. c. by Sovereign, out of the
dam ofCnmnrunih-e, by Stockholder.
Gen. W. G. Harding cut. ch. f. by Shamrock, dam Gam
ma by Pacific
Jo. Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara
Howard by imp Barefoot
Alo ent bre by Sovereign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp
Sixnd Dir TtiEsntr Sweop-'takes for three year olds
mile beats, 150 entrance, $50 forfeit. CW-d with three
Jo Averson enlers Balie Peyton's ch. f. by V agner, dam
Cbra bv Ecliivse.
Gen WO Harding enters b. C by Epsilon, dam Bela,by
Alo, cli. f. by Ambassador, dam Kale King, by Imp.
Titian Dav Weommdat. Association lurs.cS'i.0
two mile beats
Fonmi Day TuunsDAT. Associnliou l'ttrse $150
Firrn Day Friday. Sweepstake for three rear olds,
t wo mile heats, tM tntrance, $50 forfeit. Closed witii
"ffre cntcries. '
"'OSnW'G Harding enlers b. c by Epsilon, dam Nanny
G B Williams enters ch. f. by Wagner, dam Eudora, by
Jo Averson enters b. c Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam
bv Imp. Leviathan.
"S 11 Biigireiilers ch. Iudy Greene, by Belshazzur, dam by
Wiley Tavlor :!ers ch. c Wellington, by Wngner, dam
'Sirt'u Div STURHAr. Association I'tiitp Si00
four mile heats. li. U. U UCOCK,
i7OR SALH OH HINT, A new Frame Hou-ejiist
' uompleled with sovcu rooms, well pli-stcil und pa- 1
tNtrpil, Situated on Church street, in limes addition tu
Nashville. Tlie said house is about four hundmd yaids i
from the Female Academy, and w ill bo s-old on rea.sonahle j
For further particulars enquire of It. U Crenshaw, or 1
Bt3 W. D. ROIIKRTSON, M'Uniore M.
TTAVANA CIBAIW We have
I" I .in oitiWimermr Ueiralia lxiiidreaud
this dav received
4ii,XK) Superior t;egalia lxuiure auu i reuusauos t lgurf.
. .. ..i.;.i.' .. iixitellie ntn-ntiou of Miiokeis.
ip me aneniiou oi buhiivcip.
"OOY'S CLOTHING DUPOT! The subscribers
J J have tl ini'st extensive and varied assortment of
Clothing fur lhivs rrom 4 tol ever oll'etcd fiirale m the
Jnion. Orders Tor Gentlemen's Clothiug filled at the short
est notice. '. . ..... , ,
Persons purchasing Clothiug at this establishment, have
tbe privilege or changing them, i?0 io YTi II KO.
S.W. corner orChestnut and lOsLjiPbilidelphia.
April 6, 1S53 ly
' Home SEBtHiFaiace Coin--pany
jCASH OAPITAt. 8500,000.
S. L. Looms President. Cms J . JIautcc, Secretary.
JAMES -WALKER having .been -appointed agent of (he
al wive Cora any is now prepared to Make, rtre and In
land Marine Insurance, upon the most favorable terms, on
all descriptions of Buildings, Merchandise,. Personal proper
ty, Ac., Ac. Agency atlbe ofiice.of . the Nashville Insurance
acd TnistCo. No. 50. CoUegostreet. auglO lm.
THE UNITED lULE&EQTS INSURANCE COMPANY 01
CAPITAL 100,000, D0LAP.Sl
- CImrtercd by the State.
rTMUS Company having fidly organized,is
I now ready to take" risks on all descriin
tions of property, lagaaiRt .loss jflt .damages by -Sg
fire, also against penis of the sea or inland uav-l
igation. Itropoaitions for insurance will be received at the
office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St.
A. W. JOHNSON. President.
J, S. Dakiiexl, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct. 8, 1852.
C0MMEECIAL INSURANCE COUP ANY.
, . cnitajsros, socru cauolina.
Capital,250,000: AU Paid In.
T HAVE bean appointed Agent of the above Company at
A Aashville, ana am iuiiv preparea to taxe jianne, rtre,
liivcr liists. on tue mosi iavorame icrms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
tiany, on College street.
sep!8 JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent
IHE MUTUAL PHOTECTI0N INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
FFICE'ori Cedar Slreet, adjoinirigUhe Post Office, and
J oppositethe Vcmnuau, will instu-e on tlie mutual pnn
cip.le, lltnises, Merchandize, against Loss or Damage by
Fire: Steamboats on any of the Western waters acainct the
Hazards or Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
j i .. i :i . r ,i r, i t :
Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
for.a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Jfotcs trans
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
'Institution, arc entitled to a fidl participation in all the prof
it, without any liability to los3 beyond the amount of Pre
miums wnicn tnev may pay.
7L S. PILCHER, President,
J. IL JOHNSON, Vi6e President
C. J. F. Woap.tov, Secretary. fjanl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
daw fiiTirriT. eicnnnn
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Plauters Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and floods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against tire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Kejl Boats aud
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other curgors, on
the usual terms. JOHN" M. HILL, President
JoSEi-n Xxzix, Secretary.
Diiikctoes. Alex. Allison, John 3L Hill, F. B. Fogg, G
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. 31. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
New York Life Insurance Company,
Ab. 106 Broadway, New York.
ON THE IdDTUAIi PL A IV,
Accumulated Capital S500, 510.00.
F. rRXKXAN, ACTUARY X. rRAXXLIK, fkm't.
"VT Total number of Policies Issued by this
Company up to July 1st, 1852 eight thousand
nix Dunureu and cigntyone.
TTPUividendi made annually on all Lire Po
licies lu ihnpe or stock, bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per
The dividends heretofore have always ayerajed from
40 to 5(1 per cent.
VCy l'erfons taking out Policies for the whole term of
life can civo their note at 12 mouths for 40jer cent of the
premium, auu pay COpercentlu cash.
Appllcications tor riaki, prospectus of the company, or In
formation relating to the subject of Life Insurance may bo
maJeattheoalceofthe undersigned General Agent for the
State ofTennessec. JOSEPH NASH.
Office N". W. corner Public Square,
opposite Planters' Bantfj .Naihvillo, Aug. 10, 1852.
HARTFOBD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, UABT-
jAiiia Dtxo.v, Pres. Ilcxar L. Miller, Sec'y.
Capital and Scrplcs 300,000.
Lvsueasck on lives of white persons on the joint block
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. 11. LOOM 15,
15 6m Agent
Altmx Insurance Co. at Hartford.
Annuity Fund $150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY held pledged,aud Expropriated, V
with its reserved accumulations, bv the cbartirsi
ana regulations oi tue company, to me payment oi aiidu
ites and losses upon Icsuraneeon Life, aud tn no eventlia
ble fur oilier debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Titos. K. Bracz, Pres't, S. L. Lonutf, Secretary;
K A. Uulelxv, Vice J. w. SxrMocR, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
K. A. liOLicLir, John L. Bobwill,
KOBIRT BCILL, KOLAKO M AT IUR,
MilxsA.Tl'ttlx, Edwin G. KirLxv
IltlCllA Q. Phatv.
ThUbelns a Joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash system, the Managers have adopted u table
of rales orpremium as low as Is consistent with safety and
mrici ;t"irlban those of lb Mutual Companies.
Applications for rUts on white iiersons, received by the
undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesof the Compa
auy, and any iuformation relative thereto.
r7Klrite on slaves against diseassand accidents cansls?
drain, taten; Polices issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS NASH, Agent,
OfBceN. W. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, ang. 10, 1852.
.K. AISTOK, M 1). j 0).,,al,n,.r, ), ,
r.ci' Pnm. M. IV t uacen0urs,Jio3,r.M.
On Uie Siu treX&tt to Gordon'e
TTOULD infonii the people of Naslnilleand the sur-
ni'inding country that he has recently improved
aid greatly enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now prepared
to till all orders in the marble line at tlie shortest notice and
on the mot favorable tenns for cash. He would call par
ticular attention to his well selected stock of monuments,
mantle pieces, liguie", garden figures, siatuaiy, Fountains,
BaptiMiml founts, Uins, Vu-cs, Tombs, Ac., many of which
ore of the purest Italian Marble, and from the chisel of the
best E:iroieaii masters. His arrangements ate now com
plete for furnishing all kinds of marble, either of his own
manufacture or imported, lie has on hand a large quanti
ty of Italian marble, in the rouglrr tate, which he will fell
veiy low. House Furniture in Egyptian Marble of the best
quality can be had at his yard, lie Hatters himself that he
can now t-erve the public on a3 accommodating terms as
any similar establishment in the west. A share of publia
pafionage is solicited. maj'31.
P. S The attention of the lovers of the Fine Arts is di
rected to my assoitnicntof Statuary. Tbeyareofthe rar
est and fiiicstquality, and of direct importations.
JAKES D. LEHMEE,
Produce and Genaral Commission Merchant,
1-BOMPratlcntion given tothe saleorCOTTON. DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac.,
Ac., upon which advances will be made if required.
Z5ff Orders promptly tilled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour, Whisky, Ac, Ac
JS Agent fur the sale ofStar and Tullow Candles, Salc
ratus. Pot and Peirl Ash, and Lard Oil," which will be fur
uished at lueeet marlU taUe trlllujut CuiumUuon.
SLE. Tbe t
dwullim; jiousu ion
; undcrsijrned olfers for sale his rcsidenco
n -iriug or Church atrcrt, with the furniture if desired.
Teiuia made known. on application to
R. C. FOSTER, Sd.
Oi in my absence to G. M. FOGG,
line 17 tf.
DESIP-iBLE C0UNTSY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
IWIS1I todi'-poso of my Farm on Mill Creek, ii
iniles'fro'm NaAvilfe, about 40 rods from tlie Mur-Vyr
frcenbotii' Turnpike, niljoiniii" the lands or Birdwcll
Caldnell, Minerva and Franklin Colleges, containiug about
liO acies abiiut 10 acivs in uooil, and the balance uudcr.cub
livarion with as good mcliards as there ate in the State, con
sitting or)eaclies, npiiles, iears, grajics, plumbs, in a great
variety; two tieverfailing springs, mid several chalybeate
sprii'g.s. The 'iiiprovements are vjry Tair consisting or a
"ikhI frams bouse, with porch 20 feet Trent; one good bntk
ruvisc, smoke ln.use, kitchen, stables, cribs c- The orch
a:d, Urclos.'attoi.tiiri, would vield fmm$JOo to $,Vl(i year
ly. Hie fruit is of the choicest kind. My only reason for
wishing to dispute of it is mv intsntioti to change my Jocn
lioii mid business. . I will UVpo.se of my stock und rumittire
toan Htsii i i.hing lo pnrcliase the aid farmt , Tenns
accoiiimi'daiiug. Title indisputable. For Hirlhcr partlcu-lai-s
eiuiuirc or L. MOSES,
augi N.li College st.
LY virtue nl a deed of trn-t made by James B. and Sarah
) V. Williams tome, and registered in the Register's of
, lice of Davidson county, in Bonk No. 16, iiages4!f and 00, I
I ill. on Saturday, the I7tb day of September, 1858, be
' t ecu tl.clniis i-.f 10 o'clock A.M. and 1 "o'clock.!'. M., at
1 the Cntirt-i-tnifC in Nashville, sell to the highest bidder,
i 5 :X acres of laird, in civil district No. 2, being part ol tlie
; lliii.se.hocBcnd or Stone's river, for tbopurjHises mention
ed in Kiid deed For a more particular description of the
same, ic.cience is uereby inaac tosaut aeeil. terms mailt
known on dav orsa'e. W. II. ILVGANS,
augiii ltdAStw. Trustee.
A fAlifi YOUR OWN
PIMISEltV KS. Just re-
It L ccived a small lot of tine Sugar, suitable for Preserv.
uitable for Preser
B. A J. NIXON.
( HAIIAM ItUEAU. GrahamBread for dispep
tics,cau be had every other day at
R. A J. NIXON'S.
KW I)UCG STORE.
I. O. BROWN,
(formerly of the firm of JSwin, Brown it Co.,)
-JUAi opeueu, witiian enure uewstocK oi,i;rugs,
Miieaicineo, l aims, uiis,renumery, ic., xc-,
on the site Ibrmerly occupied br tlie old firm.'
Na 43, College street, three doors from Union, where he
will be pleased lo wait upon bis old friends end citizens gen
erally. Particular a'lcntion is given to Physfcians Pre
FCriptions, which will be tilled wi ih accuracy and dispatch.
ScnciCAt iNSTRtraiOTS, comprising Pocket Ca'ps, assort
edr Pocktt Vial Cases; several new patterns; Spcculnms,
issoned; Midwife, Amputating andTrepanning Instruments,
incases or separate; Jootti roice and h.eys; blethcscopcs;
I o -a cj
; Momacn rumps; uisscciiou insiru-
ments, Ac., Trusses in erery variety a complete assortment
of everything squally keptiu this line may be found at
aug7 J. G. BROWN'S.
CHEMICALS. A large stock, aud from the ber.t
manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before
brought to this market Attention of Physicians- to this
part of my stock is respectfully solicited.
aug7 ' J. G.BBOWN.
BERMUDA AltltOW JtOOT. Warranted per
fectly pure and fresh; lull supply at
aug7 J. G. BROWN.
PERI'lLUEItY In every style, French, German and
Americau Colognes, Hair Oils, Pomades, Ax, Ac. ,
loom l'owderand Taslc. 1'iver s Aromat'C Vinegar, (Jlenns
Rose Bcar'a Oik Bell Lavender, brown and white -Windsor
Soap, Barbers' Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general as
sortment of Plain nd Fancy Soaps, Hair Bntsbes, Ac, Ac.
Shell and Buffalo Dressingiind Fine Comb', Ivory da Pow
der Pulls and Boxes, Lilly White, Alabaster. &c
aug7 J G BROWN.
PEKIN TEA C03IPAN Y. I have a fulliupply of
the best qualities of Teas, put up by this Company.
It is the same tonncrly kept by Ewin, llrown & Co., which
five fiichaeneral satisfaction. The Ne Pius Ultra Black
ea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to
any in this market; also, Teas in small caddies of 2 lbs
each. nug7 J G BROWN.
CONGRESS WATER I have made arranmimems
to keep a constant supply of this water, which lreceive
direct from the Spring; 3 gross justrcceived.
aug7 JG BROWN.
QTONE WARE 0fal! descriptions and best quality;
1 also, Flower Pots, assorted sizes.
J O BROWN.
BAJI1JOO PLSIIlNt; POLIiS 100 jmt received;
also, a full assortment of Fishing Tackle, Limerick
Hooks orSnoods, pointed Poles, Ac
aug7 J. G. BROWN.
I7OR THE HAIR Lyons' Katharion, Bogle's Hype
1 rion Fluid, Barry and Clirchugh's Tricopherom, at
ang7 J G BROWN.
Q TARCH. 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch
KJ also, supenor article of country made Starch.
aug7 J. G. BROWN.
rpURXIP SEED. A large lot of Summer and Win
j. ter, and summer ana inter mneu.
J. G. IHIOWN.
I , 'Oil JELLIES. Sparkling Oelutiiie, Uooper s a.ieet
j. nussia aneet, ana tsured imi
Miiglass; also, a fine lot of
aug7 .1. G. liliOW.N.
LEXINGTON MUSTARD, in i, and 1 H Cans;
fresh und just ree'd. aug7 J. O, DISOWN.
A 7" EAST POWDERS and Bronn's Ess. Jamaica Gin
J- cer. White ljid. Bed Iie.id. Chmme Yellow. Chrome
Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, A'amish. Ac
aug7 J. G. BROWN, 43, College st.
aro tf i j.v r
HAS just received aud opened a large and well assorted
stock of Fancy Dinner, Tea, Desert, and Tetc-a-tele
I Tnv Sdt.s
Silvctd Bowles, GobleLs, aud Salt Stands, with ii great
variety of other fancy articles; together with gilt and Lite
China, Stone, yellow, and common Glasswares. All of
which are offered at wholesale or retail on as reasonable
tenns as any house in the west. Now is the time to buy
wares cheap, as they are advancing, and soon I shall ad
vance the prices. ang21 m J. C.DARDEN.
IHPORTElt AND DEALER IX
CHINA, GLASS. AND QUEENS WARE, ami
Aug. 16. 1853. lm XASIirjLLF, 7XVX
f Glass ware A very large and splendid assortment,
now in store, cheap for cash or to punctual dealers, at
HICKS' CHINA II ALL
tlneenMVare The lareest and most conmlele
1 stock ever before oll'erod in this market, embracing
evervthim usually keDt in similar establishments.
for the Country or City Trade, at
Aug. 16 " HICKS' CHINA IIAIJL
rft CHINA In every variety of shape and qual
gity. of EugliJi, French and German manufacture,
s.icuvvr inaii ne siuiiie iiiiaiuv anil siyiecan oe
boiiQ-lit on Broadway. New "York, at Retail or
Wholesale It you don't believe it. try it at
auglC HICKS' CHINA HALL
RRITAN'.MA WARE-Planished and Ja-
pan'dTiu, Silver Plated and German Silver Wares,
Table Cutlery. Ac. a good assortment. Also. Toy
and Fancy Articles, suitable for Presents. K itthcu utensils
iu great variety, at
augK, " HICKS' CHINA II ALL
the unusually large and fplendid assortment of ettra
Hne TEA, DINNER, DESSEHT. CHAMBER, T01LEITK,
and TETE-A-TETE SE1TS, of French, German and Eng
lish manufacture Also, fine Cat, Silrered and lSuhrmian
Glasmrare Bonis, Va?es, Decanters, Tumblers, Cham-
S ague and Wine Glasses, Goblets, Fruits Boxes, Colognes,
ewelry Stands, and Fancy Articles generally.
This stock is fresh from the manufacturers, cf our own
imiortation, and suiierior inducements iBbe offered to the
Trade and private Families. BV ru4 intend tobe wider
told hyany ioiiie in th! or any other mirlet
A call is solicited, at "Hicks' Ciiixa Hall," Na 45,
North side Public Square. A. II. HICKS.
Nashville, Aug 16, 18i3. lm d
Of Ilazardville, Connecticut
A. f. DODCLASS, SEC'Y
.......... .. v..... . ."- "
' known brands, Kentucky L,jte, American Sportiny .
Indian ItiHe in keirs. hair and quarter kees nnd cannisters
or one pound eaph. Also, a ruil assnrtmont orikiwder for
R LASTING AND KIINIXC
purposes. 1 he reputation ol ttieir liun 1'owuer istoo well
known to require comment. All orders promptly filled at
my Powder Depot, North-east comer uf the Square.
S. H. L00MIS, Ag't for the II. P. Co.,
ang2 tf Nashville, Tenn.
WALL PAl'EHS.-Just re
ceived, 2,(100 bolts or those
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors,
Halls. Ac tosrether witli a splendid t:
assortment ot uoidanu eivei iMrucrs, rue ncreens, vt m
dow Curtains, Ac
5T0n hand a large assortment of unglaied Papers, from
10 to 23cts per bolt.
KLAGES A G0RBEY,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewanee House.
AY. AY. FINN,
41, MARKET STEEET,
BETWEEN UXIOXANDTHE SQUARI,
-n n r.i a vn vei.vht va. c
VjT PER HANGINGS. A large
and beautiful variety. AVW"' Betgf
DeconitivcAA'ull Papers, all
the 1 itest trench designs.
Borders, Window Papers, Teaster anil Ccn.
tre Pieces, a large assortment.
Cheap linglazcd Papers 12,000 pieces iu slore,
from 12 to 25 cts. per ltolt. All Tor sale, and Cheap kok
OAsn. ' july"
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAR0UC1IES,,
ROCKAAYAYS AN1) AIILY CAHHIAfiF,S.
?- Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that c-o-sb
Stout's Ooacli Shpp is Qt( CLARK STREET
july 13 " ' IRA A, STOUT.
PHILOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the euro or Painful and Disordered Meustruation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on
Much of tlie 'ufTering attendant upon the lives or females
at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during somo critical period or their peculiarsen
goiis, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac., which, ir not
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic forms or disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them
to an early grave or render them invalids for life. Many of
tbe Wrest and loveliest or creation, at that age when the bud
was just bursting iuto bloom, have withered and died from
tbe effects of obstruction, and the want ora remedy to assist
nature at that eveiitfiil period.
TRY THE PHILOTOKEN.
It is not offered as acure or all ills that flesh is heir to,
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class or com
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perioral. Sold by - SCOYILAMEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesile Agents for the Southern States to whom
all orders must be addressed.
julyl ly dtwAw.
TJB. "BLEDSOE'S ALTESATTV1! nnMPnTrwn
27te family orcr all JiemeJUs for the DineniU'nf the Ltvtr
VvmofdU and SortS of any hind. For General
tram tziuch Ladus frequently rujferK inert U not tie
equal in. Ike tchoU Jlateria Media.
r I Mils inventor ot tins preparauan was lorwree years s
I completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inaclirityot
i lit ui ji ait: iiuu ui uui Kfi uui l lx
nt tinmcona in Europe, out m rum; uiscase
hopelej-s by thousands, aud it was -byaccidenl
ejej ia curing himself. SincoJiQ bas been practicing meV
icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled.
i... i rn.: u:,..fii.'i.i;. -.i . I
aueutly said nothin2 tluourhthe nress of bis own case,
.M Il. -I " .1. . " j;-r ....l.i:.L-i
uiiiii iuc viumtioi ui iur uieuiuiut; was luitj csuiuiuijeu
by its success, asslioun ly the certificates which have oeen
advertked. ' ,
I subjoin the certifirtla of ProC M. Cabbeet, of Mempl.ts,
Tcnti.j with whom 1 often advised during the time ot my
llEMrins, Tenn., April 17, 1332.
I hereby certify that I have been acauainted with -dr.J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I oel eve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dysiiepsiaand Liver atlecu'on,
and after trying thopreseriptionsol many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relicf.'he finally suceeded
with a preparation of hU own In being restored to good
bealth. JI. GABBERT, M. I).
Physicians are requested to fry this preparation. We
feel satitficd it will sustain the character we give to it in this
Hcntsyillx, January 12, 1S52.
Da. BledsOI: I take the libertv and fell it to La inr dntv
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach aud bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15. years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery, I con-
cuiuuu 10 jry your AiieraiiYe.iwo oottiesol wntch, 1 believe,
eniueiy curea mm. M1UAJAJ1 UAlUt.
HcMTSyiLLE. Oct. 17.1S51
Dr. BLinsoc Some lime has eiaDsed since I ouve a c
tificate that my wffe had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in siring to
uie puouc, inai my wiie nau iur turee or tour years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramn in the stomach
e , ? tt ..-j. 1 ... ... .
iiuiii ujspepsia. i naa meu oi several wuom 1 tliouglit to be
the best physicians in tha place aud a ereat many differen
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
jour uuerauve compouuu, i uiu so ana 1 am nappy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiouslv
recommend it to all pcnous suffering from diseases cf the
liverand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
Hcxtsville. Sent. 29. 151.
Dr. Bumsos Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Oompound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst fonn : that I had tried almost even- thim that is in
yen by physicians, and never found any thing that would cer
inmijr relieve me, unm i incu iiiu uuove meaicine, wuicu naa
relieved tue in every attacK m lesstuan an nour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Gius Cousrr. Tenn.. Dec 23. 1351.
Dr. BLEnsoc : I feel that T should fall short br my duty
toyouRiid to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
rccammand jour Alterative Compound. It has entirely re-
neveu me, so inait nave not nau cause to taKe auyUimgin
two monllis. I can eat anything I waut with impunity, and
believe my health is as goojl as it ever is at my advanced age.
ShiRild I cversnfTer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
II, T " 11 c-. 1
Mil u.i iuu. x uu iciy lespeciiuiiv ourineutu
ELIZABETH J. HAP.WOOD.
IIcxtsyim.k. JlaAusTi-st 24. 1851.
This ia to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Liyspepsu; auu niseaseo oi me L.iver. I'nysiciau aiier i uy
sician had iirescribed Tor me without my recei vine any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. llledsoo'a Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because ot tue same nappy- eiiect upon outers oi m vaiuamt
nice. JOSEPH CAR0T11EKS.
Htrs-rsviLLE. Ala., March 3. 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe Sir: Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost uuueccssart" for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your ucmpounu; out i ainsi say, tuat lor years i sunercu a
great deal from Dyspepsia ami eiiLirgemeut of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
or so pounds, and ieei about as well as i ever aid.
nENRY J. G0FF.
JSJ-The above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the citv, and nioot of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DEIiSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. JSgrPrico SI per pint Bottle. novlS lvd tr
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
MR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald formany years: bytlw use of three bot-
uee oj vie Mjgnetic Uinlment, hail In nair entirely re
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
eculd wish. His age is about years.
A son of Mr. Warien,of this town, 1-t rears of age, bad
been afllicted with Ihe Asthma from bis" cradle lie had
the benefit of the best medical advice thut a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By tlie use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he was t!.oroup7uy cured, and for seven months past has
enjoved robust health.
This was an extreme case of ijlimmatUm cf HeejUeen,
of long f landing; lias avauety of treatment from no lesstliau
tUjH different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured bv the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment. This was fourmonlhs agoand the lady (a Mra. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able lo attend to her usual
household duties. I lave treated two cases of Cironic Sore
Etjti with the Ointment, Loth of the patients so nearly
Uiiul, as in need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afflicted 13 years, the other
about Oyears. They had tried the best rihvsicia.P,s in the
State, without benefit; and one of them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr.' Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain euorts to euect a cure. 1 hey are now by use of the
h i-u.cu, auu arc auie io
uaitment in a number oi cases oi niea, und in n
faiMof aieuw immedmtf relUfand nMrallv,
cure, i nave also uou i oeuuuciaiiy in severe
sinelas. And last but not least, I have within t
cured four casos of CANCER by tho tue or the ifjgnttlc
Fioina thomush trial or the Ointment in nearly evetv
disease fiir which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one or the most useful remedies ever of
fered lo the public. Rest'eotfiill v Yours.
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1830, Amelia, Ohio.
The character or this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a numberor indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to ha-tfth to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale by H. G. SC0YEL,
BERRY A DEM0YILLE.
mayfl CARTWRIG1IT A ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOUT,
COACH ill AN Ul'AOTUKER ,
No. f. Clawc Strict, Nashville, Tknn-.,
Xertdoor lo II. S. FrewKt Grocery Warehouse, and op
pHite XlorrU StralloiC
ALL kinds or can i.iges for sale, with Iiarr.ess rtipx,
to suit. All work sold by me is made a.t ShJZ.
the Clark Street Manufactory, "and warranted, and will be
sold on as goodTeims, lor Cash or good uotes, as auy work
made North or East. . i
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. maris.
IHAA'E this day associated w'th me in the Saddling Bit.
siness my son, A. C. MARCIL The business, in, tome
will be conducted in the name or J. D. March A Son. AU
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J, H, MARCH.
3f Thankful f.ir the liberal share or patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same U respectfully solicited.
jan2 J. 1). MAlfCH A SON.
LAN11 WAHUANTN. We aro buying and paying
tho very liiu.!et prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons at n distance having warrants to sell by sending to us
by mail or otherwise may dejiond on getting the liighest
prices at which they are selling at the time in Nashriliu and
tbe cash remitted or isiid to order.
julySl DYER PEARL & CO.
S. R. M'CAMY,
Commission and PanY'ivliug Iferchant,
EnwAnns A Harris,
LiMtn A Brothers,
AY. S. AYamuy,
the tennessee marine and fire insurance
TTAAT: removed their office to tbe AYest side of the Pub
LJL lie Square near the Planters' Bank, over the office o
D. Pearl A Co. c o auglO 2m.
Q S. AYILLIAJIS Agent for John Williams, New
Os Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce
for shipment, nlyH
"T OST. Land Warrant, No. 422, tor 40 acres, issued
Jj to Allen Thompson, on the 23d April, 1851, under act
of 2Sth September, 1 8o0, and assigned to W. B. Sbapard A
Co. in blank has been lost and a duplicate warrant will be
applied for, for tbe benefit or said AY. B. Shapard A Co.-
ulv27 6w w
JOSIAI1 KAURIS, Agent.
liSlComae. JNu!ZtStatS, TIS1"
.vJ&Jfaa DILI'S Jrf
W tf j
LF! THE POCKET JESCULAP1U3
ONE HIS OWN PHYSIl lAX.
I Ifuma,'ST'tem In every th',peand
: . " Puscase cl r emales, 1ms ng of
, the highest imjiortauce to mrncd ;
neonlp m-ilinJ ,. I,lu
ffi T(Mlcr U Tast. lo'
aiat a copy of the jESCULAP IH
tohischilJ. It may save hi m Irotn
I a., toilysrarc. it no young
or womaD eUjr mio the secret obli.
readiug the POCKET
I . n. . h
dmmh !.-;,. n c;j. '."B Iroln a liackuicd
1 - , iuUE
and the whole train tf D.MpectL atioVVnd gi,, S
theatULAPIUS. Have iU married, or those about to
... : ""i,w"e'.,rcau tcu truly useful book as
u nas Dccti tne means of saving thousands of unfortunate I
creatur.s from the 'ery jaws cf uVath.
1ST .Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en-
uiiseu ma iti.er. niu receive onecopyof tbii workby mail.
or hre copies will be seat for One Dollar.
Address, (post-pa.d,) DR. WM. YOUNG,
marchie ly 2ft. 152 Spruce St. PhiUdehtta.
R. R. R. NO IAIX KILLER.
TO KILL PAIN we must paralyse the nerve, orinother
word, produce a piltyrt the part to which the Mi.l
killer is applied.
i'jin is an unnatura Isensation, arising from an injury
or disease which, being transmitted along the nerves to
the brain, gives an uneasy perception to the mind.
Remedies recommended tc Kill Pain, or Paw Killess,
are either producers of Paralysis, or they are not what thev
w . v mi, itiucsuucm ui Kim is to uunenro
be worse than the disease. And. if 'h U axKUUd,
then the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and the
senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must 1 killed alo.
If nn iha ntlw.ii l..n,l I I -i - . - !....
,""" x . . ? 1 1 is a mis-
. ir"".0'?'. . .
J aocs L101 u V",tu
&lZe ZZ yVti
iiuiciC m its action iiinfp.ntli ifIir nmi n. mi.ii.i.i
after seta about removing the cause cflhe pain, it tvotf.,e
aud cores, it relieves and remores die troubhngcauee, and
hence the joy it infuses;
r1 ?' , Ik''l WO Actiops. The primary aoti.ni
of lladwav's Ready Relief is, to allay the eill-cts ofaiiy pain
Tul causes that the human system may be i;ited with.
Its secondary action is, to remova the caue itself; this it
will intmediatcly accomplish, for it ii so powerful in actio
so quick and etijotual, that tlio moment it is applied or takeu
tlio painful paroxyisms are relieved, and tbe unsound pnits
made whole, itroug, healthy and vigorous.
External Pnius Rheumatism. Radwav's Realy
Relief apj.lied externally to the parts whare tha luin is felt
will instantly allay tbe purojyisnis, scatter tlie cause, or ti
concerted depoei's, wii2i cause the frim, and.iu a few mc
msntstlie swtliryiyill be quite easy. If the attack is re-'
centa fuy applications will cure it.
If Chronic, Radwav's Renovating Refdrenf, used in
connection with the heady Belief, is certaiu to cure Rheu
matism in its most aggravated form", whether Sypiiilitic
Sciatic nervous, muscular or intJamatory (for wonderful,
cases of Bheumatisja, cared by It. K. R. Remedies, fee
Radway's fa.miy Frivnd for tho tnoath ofMarch, li. a
cony will he sent to all who wish it. fieeof char.'i hvul.
dresiiuj; Railway A Co., Ntw York City.)
Pains around the Liver, Kidneys am Ileart are relieved,
and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued by a simple
application or It. R. Belief.
Sick Head. Ache B. It. R. will in all cases cure this
distressing complaint. Its ant acid properties when laioii
into the siutaach, will neutralize the acid, and niaka ttie-
stomach clean, and the breath sweet.
Its counter-irritant efficacy, will product) a r paction when
applied to thehead, aud iuvlgorafo and enliven, and refresh
Internal Fuinz. Diarrhea. Dvsecterv. nimlom ir
Tbe unuatural and violent irritations that aQlict the svstem
while it is under the influence or these maladies, will! in a
moment, yield to the ioot!iin aud ruin-relievinc edicanvnl
the 11. 11. Relief. It allays irritation, it arrests spasmodic
action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that cau.-es these
painful and weakening dischame-s; it enlivens and inviLiw-
ates with warmth aud suengtli the cold, cramped, and
shrivelled limbs and joints, and restores each member and
organ of the body to a healthful and vigorous condition.
Bad way's Bea'dy Belief, and each of the B. R. K. Rcmo
djes, are made from the active properties of medicines.
Nothing inert or inactive enters their composition, so that
the system is not clogged with worthless and inert matter.
In conclusion we would remind jhe reader that Sad way's
Ready Rolief, relieves the sulTei or from pain fnot kill.s.1 and
euros or removes all unnatural causes of Rheumatic, Neural
gic and Nervous .or painful character.
Radway's Regulators, prepared from the active principle
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants aud Gums, will re"s
..1 .. 11 ' i .i.l' , , . ..
uiaio aim aeep iu a ucaiiny conuuion, i ne Dowels, tivar, neart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of the body. Thev will
cure costivness, indsgestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all billious complaints and fevers.
The ladies will find Radway's I.'egulafors the very best reg
ulator of the sysieui, iu assisting taidy nature iu thodis
cliarge of her monthly duties. No griping paius or sickness
at stomach follows their operation, hut they insure to ail who
take them a pleasant and easy discharge or tlie offals or tlie
Railway's Renovating Resolvent, isa powerful revolver of
all diseased deposits that have been lying in the system fee
VCars. A nurifvernf thtthlnnd nn1 ;i roiinrsitrir of ihi. ivlifili.
IT l it r f .,.. . . .
roriuriuerimormation ot tne wonuenui pnin-re;caving
and curative powers of the R. R. Remedies, the public are
refe i red to our monthly publications, or Guide to health, co
pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at our It.
R. R. ollice, 1C2 Fulton street, New York.
KALI WAY A C0..1C2 Fulton St. X. Y.
R. R. R-, for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN,
Wholesale Agent for Teunnessee.
MANDFIELUS A CO, Memphis.
IIL'DGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON,
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great Remedy for Rheutnaltsm.Gout, pain In the Sid
Hip, Back, Limbs and joints, Scrcfula, Kings Evil
White Swellings, Herd Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is appUed Paiu cannot
These Plasters possess the advantage of being put up in
air-tight boxes ; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli
of its healing powers who have mityct tried it. For their
sakes ne will simply state what it has done in thousand of
cases, and wuat it will do lor them wneu tried.
A A'OICE rBOM GEORGIA.
Read the following testimony from a Physician.
Gentleuex. Your Hebrew Plasterhas cured me or pains
or which I have suffered for twelve years past. Durngthis
period I labored under an affliction ofmv loins and side, an J
tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug
gested, but without obtaining relief. At length I used your
Plaster, and am now by its good effects entirely cuiec I
will recommend the Jew Djvid or Hebrew Plaster b -II
who are sufLring firom contraction of the muscles, or perma
nent pains in the side or back,
The people orGeorgiahave but to become acquainted with
t3 virtues w ben they will resort to its use.
Yours, truly, M. AY. AYALKER, M. D.,
Forsvthe, Monroe county, Ga.
To Messrs. Scovil A MeaJ, New" Orleans, La,
JEAY DAYID'S OR HEBREAY l'LASTER IN NORTH
JIesscs. Scovil, A Mtvu: 1 have been troubled with tie
chronic rheumatism fur thy Lit tn sive years. Uu the Vst ol
fuly 1S49, 1 was so bad that could not turn myself i n bed,
and the pain so severe that I had i.et slept a wink ft.rsixiiays.
At this time my attending Physician piescri lied the "Hebrew
Piaster,'' and it acted, like a charm; tho pain lett me audi
slept more than half of the night, anil in three da I was
able to ride out. 1 consider the "Hebrew Plasler the best
remedy for all sorts of pains now in me
O. AY. McMINN.
Hendersonville, N. C, Aug. 18, 1850.
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations !
"The genuine will in fiiture Lave the signature E.
Taylor on tbe steel plate ciigratd label on tho top of each
Purchasers are a.dyiscd that a mean counicrfeit or this ar
icles is in cx.ttnce.
The genuine is sold only byus, and our agents appointed
hroughout the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell it.
Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned against buy
ing or but our regular agents, ollienvi.se they will be impos
ed upon with a worthless article.
FoVsale by SCOA'IL A MEAD,
111 Cbarfres street, New Orleans.
General AVnolesale Agents for tlie Southern Stales, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by EWIN, BROAA'N A Co., Nashville, Tenn.
AA. A'. A J. B. BERRY, do:
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co.. do
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS AVELLS, do ;
julyl-dtww H. G. SCOA-EL, do.
UNITED STATES "HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the receotion or ArA
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. jaL
This long established and well-known House has under
gone a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
new and fiishioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market affords; and the Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and the regulations or the house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that may favor him with their patronage.
jan29 lytny . JNO. W. SPEAR.
jrmtn4nt nsetl by Fbsiciaas and the people tn general, both in this anJ SilkliaJi.
he last rear ! thinz ubout it Yet there mar be some, who staml in need 1 c, i.ti-"l-ii
ESrAJBLISHED FOR TEH YEARS.
J V ....
t I ..iii. . B- 1-u-ci.a by ourselre.
... . -it i v : .. i.mc.i rnaots
...,.. vAou. -uiir anaies are t AK1UNTKD U
keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any h mse ia tbe aH
try. Toys, ocket I utlcry, Uistols, Revolvers and SrlC
cocking ;tp:inish Cignr, .Vc, vVc. july ii tt
SINCEE'S PATENT STRAIGHT NE0LE PERPEkI
Svitred ly two Distinct Patents.
THESE extraordinary Machines have lad immcmns di
ploinns and medals awanled to them, ax tlie. best Sew
ing Machines ever devised. They row form one t.f the most
aitractire features of the Great Exhibitiou at the Crystal
I'aUee iu NewA'ork.
, The propriefnrs h-ving perfeeled their great Rnnnfaclorj
m New York, are now "able to produce the Mnebnws at a
chenjier rate, aud liavo determiaei: to cive the benefit to the
public, by reducing the price Sin Hereafter these he ri
valled Machines mil te sofcl at either of our reatrkir MSces
$100 Cash, TTithont Dednction or Discount.
Of the admiraUo qualities of these Machines for all the
work of tlw Clothier. TuiW, Shoo Manufacturer. Saddler.
Ca. riiige Trimmer, Cmp Make, and CwhK Maker, it is im
neeesarrto weak. iMcburartM-of tho nmrhinAfnr ibu.
j branches of bus:. is established, and tliev are known
branches ot bwi: is estUished,
t poseewr deiod. The cliarproht on eocjh naakuAi
Usw.,,,,,, roar, depeW.ng on RfJ?tl
difficnltyrrtw.W desire to call the pwticu-
. .. ..... 1
Hirauonnoti oi snirt ana totiar Mwiutactiuers tootir tm-
cbine for stuctun tiue linen and cotton goo.ls. We can
satisfy any pprori interMM) tlt no ether toaehine has ever
dene w can dodusUtod of stitoliing perfectly. ITie priec of
the machine iiidudes the necessary articles fir nsinj.
WVen orrleretl they ai e packed, compVte for immediate use,
and full pnn e.! iulrieti jus fr uMc aiv fum.sbed.
Either of the E;res4 Companies, or Merchants visiting
IhepIaciM wlim nur otKrei are loaded, arfind a roavruieat
medium S.r -lining i, aoliin.
PriucipiJ Ufhcc. Na Bnudway, N. Y.
pi'o. 251 Vaf.h0trfi St, Mun.
! No. l .blUllinicre Si., Raltnnvre.
t No. 1!T Elm St. fJiHewiHrtL
jiily-liV-Sm 1. M. SINC.MI i CO.
J. If. iturrnw'-i i'atcnt I'laiitaf ioit
rpHIS MIUdUTen rrom all others in the construe tkB of
-L the upper or Kunnins f-tone, which ts euraposvu of
French llurr Blocks, enclosed in a cast iron Caa. wbith
forms the back and boopuf tbe Stone -th a Cast Iron Bve,r.
Bush, than Is ofreater external diamekr at thebouoro tnuc
at the top, which Is fecured to tho back by four bolts, mtltaC
every block is tn the fonn ofailove tail, vhirh give gwatfr
tren;th to aStonisthanany other method wbieh Is reiuir.t
in small mills, where tbe stone Is run with great spd,and
brameslaneron.s if nnt strongly made. I, also kivs any
weirht to a f tone ofsmall diamster that is required without
having ltthici or high, that makes It top heavy.
Ibis mill is a square frame made of wiiod or cast iron, in
the form ora busk, with Bridge-tree, SpiuOle P.alar.c-, Kinsc
Driver, and ltrgulntin erew, and grinds uuou tha fame
priuciple as a lare mill, differing onlj in the Runner stone;
this bcin of grealwetehtenablru it totrrlnd nearer the cen
ter agreater quantity of grain with ts.a power than anv other
mill now in use. This mill ts portable, and may beat'taehed
to steam, water, horse Or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes iif Breach Burr 31111 Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is tho investor, for
which l.oblalnd Utters Patent In 1SE. ForafMnfrlnge
raents tho purchaser will be held responsible for the right
These Mills donot require a Mlllrisht lo t them np; and
all tiiatis necessary to put them in operation, ts to atuwh a
hand tothepalle) on tho spinule, with a drum nritntlr
Iarae to run a tnreuty-f.iur moh lill L'tn rerolatiims pr
minnte, attarbud to Gin, Steam. or Water Power. Urtbe
teaJy application oftvro horsepower the Mill will ertiut s.x
(o 8 bushels per bonrof sood mel: and will grind whw.
as well as corn. The thirty inch mill, if put to its tallest
spued, will tryinjfrom ten to flrtcenbuitiflsper boar.
rhese mills are war.aatod to bo la every respect asrcoic
zneiided. limit tions roa Uxo. riar yourraill about sotbet from
tbe Driving 1'ulley i.i a level po'itkm; mti Um twit of
leather six or eUht inches iriJ. Cive lh SUines! r,.ro)u
tlous a mlnole with thv san. Keep tbe net k and step of
the spin.Ue wril oiled, l'laeo the star on the back of tbo
Kenning Mono. In the amawayas tht Cros on the Iirier,
that is, the way they are trimmed to run.
Kofer tuThoj.i's.Uerson, Ksq.,orlIU:hlnd eftun'y. Ohio,
Jerse Ileal, K'Q.,of Cllnlon connty, Ohio; C. S. llradbury,
Esq .of Cincinnati, anil a lmrcber of others.
All ordersdlrertetto JOHN K. PO01IAN,
N. 51 Uroadway, Nashville, Agont for Mlddlernd Hast
Tennessee, or J. II. UUKKOWS.
Jan 2t5 1. tr-w.tw.ly. West Frurt l. Ui..O.
MYERS & TIcGTLL.
HEALERS EJ EVEtir IlESCCIFTION- or
Ladies' ard Gentlemen's Furnishinr; and Fancy Goods,
On Cutietjc etrfft, one door South tf the Sepmre.
WI1 V. li K may be found at all timesa large aceort
ncnt or AA'incliester's, Davis A J use's, A Myer'
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, oT Linen, MiislinV-itli" Lin
en Bosoms. Gingham, anil French Chintz, Standing ami
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Sliaked Silk, Cash
mere, A'igonia CotUm and Canton Klatino), for ladies
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gaiters, Gloves, Kid ami
Silk, Buck. C'RShmere. Cloth. Chamoni, AVash Norma.-
ind Ladies and Gentlemen s Gauntlehs, Liiten
lkerehieCs, Stocks, Tios, AVaterlords, Albert.
. l:n t- l.M I ..ie...l: .i rt
i ,i, aiw u umi .rii-inijll.. 1 1 nt, v. ravai-
AVhiteSutin Ties. Shoulder Braces. Sns-
I jwnders. but, ooicnanilijotlon .NighttJaps, Oil Srffc Hath
i ing Catd for Ladies and Gentlemen. Muiisy, Biibngaiid
Strengthening Belts, ItoN; de Cbambre, Umbi'eltas, AValk
i ing Canes, Biding AVhips, Trunks, Sole Leather, A'nlUes,
' Carjiet Bags, SfctcheK DroFsing Ceses, AVurk Boxji. Toi
I lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Faiw, AYrilintr He-is
I Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companion. Baaas ami
I Razor Strops, Conibi, ltruabes, Goud year's V-ikh Utxds.
j Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Bucket Cutleiy, Ac, ami
, a largo assortment or other articles, usually kept by I'ur
j nishiug Stored.
I ScT AATuiKiveHMiIearrangesMtii;riHi m friend at the
, North to forward i Good a bu as leeeiteil tiy them,
therefore we shall lure goods here iu kssthan len davn
. from the New A'oikCtMtoai House.
ii r.is. a aietiji.i.s.
FumishiBC Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square. Nashville. foetll
FAHM FOR SALE.
TAA'ISH to sell the Fitriti on which I '.inv reside, 3 milei
fiieu NaiJtville, on the niiddle PrtitkHii TorwfHke, and
ciinlaiuiug 10 aero, nts.ut e-jua ly ihWrfrd ir.ttt timber and
c!e.ired land. Tlieie u evety thing uti it l rendvrit drstra
ble as a eoantry rwrideiHO.i icii as a great variety of frtna,
an abundance of sprinir '. wel: water, siaw. Ae. If da-
siie.1 it will beduideil inu fniull portions.
For terms. Ac, apply lo Jn- Kibkh.vx or t R. W.
Bkowk, Geri'l Agent, No. a.,- Cherry street, or to
juiMjlo dAwlf. AV. D. UAI.B.
SUNDRIES. lOo bbl LestTFlonr; lOtlkesTtf Nu"ST,
lyiHt bbls No 1 Salt; 20 tons as.rflet Iron;
SO doi PaiBted Buckets; 5 bbts Brimsl.me;
20nest.s ofTnbs; 5 " Ahtm-
20 " lialf bolel metti)Ures;lo0 Ptows;
r000 lbs. oar I.nnl;
2i0 bags Shot, assorted;
2U bbls Nna Maekerel
50 kits Nr. 1 and 3 ihx
2rt bbls SS Almond.;
loo assorted Demuolins: 20 bbla S S Alwoitde-
fiO boves Cuba Sixes Cigars; ol " lArse Pecans-
1.,- 1 ..1 1.. 1 1 : r.-k t t.- '
iiiit irii-iiiu" ami i,iucs; iwr Hijm rigs;
50 bags. Race Ginger; S.'0 " Tebacco, aswfeJ-
25 Ixigs Pepper; & tierces Fresh Hie,;
50 boxes lined Herring; n:, bbk Englisli iimta;
1 cask Madder, 5o boxes Fresh Te;
lo boxes Stottgliton's BitterselO " Crowe's best Imlien.
20 " B Wneat Plmir, ext;
Together with many other atfJcIe", wWch will be jefd
tow, by decf LH. L.NIKB.Market .t.
ACAKJ). -I beg leate toinfurm myfrieeii-iaiKl pnt
rons that I have removed to the store on Ihe comer of
Ceder and Cherry sfreeM. fit.m my old staiI next kx-r. .
Also toinfbmi them that I havcon'liaml nehoiee lot of Ci
gars.Snufl's, Tobaccos, and Pipes; tliesein want of gwxl ar
ticles, would do well to call, as 1 keep a Tobacconist Shwk.
Little Indian, cornerandCeJar Cherry sis.
"JACTS THAT ARE FACTS. '
"CTHO does not know that LroxsA i;o.,keep always on
V V hnd the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be had in
town. All we can say to those who are ignorant of this,
to request them to cull aud examine our stuck, and they
will oon be convinced that such is tbe cose. Don't for-et
the Zn (Lyons) Den, No.ly, Cedar street.
Tobaccos. AA'e are just in receipt of a large lot of
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some or the
finest brands, fine ent and in ping. For sale eilher whole
sale or retail by LYONS A CO,
lalr 18 No.i;i,CedarSL
R. ROBERT JI. PORTER has removed his.
residence anil office to No. 89, Cedarstreel, nearly op
osite tbe Catholic Church. July 39-7lm.
'?aiaa25iey's Keaper and
, 7 -...wMiu.iBvuuuu1r
iimum advancmg, inovyoOerthose I haroonhanJlbr
T N ASTntiK. Jane 2 1S53.
i, - P- Cl"A"Uir: Dear Sir: I have been usinjr
I'fnr ami Mnwlnsr Machine' pnteti'ented hyManaey
?MJ!te. which you are anwot&ring to the dtizcn.iof Ten
sjtj Ills a first kate LAn-;a jAVixn JIacuke. Itworka
X3llJ's?1. BAl'"t.'r. Tbe amount cat per day win depend
rrf2T11J "If" the speed of the team. If the team can
raPftr m p-r hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acre
n tendwmrs. It n entitled to the confidence of the public
RespeotfWIy j. snJxar.
It'I- ?Ts' DnaS'H? farm of lrr; Shetbr,
maku the followrns statement: We have ha; for ranre (,",
oo week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing anil; rasping
macliin,w havetried it in clover and gram blown and tan
gled, and I bow Mute that it mows and cuts cleaner than tha
sTthe blade, ead that it will mow per day as much call
hnud, and itcaanrepat least twentr-four acres per day.
jmx9-ti.v- L. P. BRADLEY.
L, A. LATHES. B. UXIZS,
I.AXICJt A unoTncn,
Gmminiou. and Fjrwarvivj Merchants,
Ann Beaters m Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
Market street. Nasavilfc.
ms li Wh,sT;, bb, New England Rnm.
SO " OWftierve swZtiSL.
SS ,,ViEe: w " assorted CorilaK"
T,l: i?""!. 15 gal.OM French Brandy;
In wore and fernete Iot br LANIER A BROTHER.
SONDIilliSs. lOflbWs best flour; W ken of NaUj
l'Mrt No. I J-sdt; 20 Ions asaorfed Irom
SO h Paiftted HhesVs; 5 bbb Brimstone-,
2U neats of Tuba; 5 " A him;
i'rt " harr bst-she! anfasurea:lci Plows;
tX Ite bar Los d; ) bob No S Mackerel-
2 ' bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
1 sorted DemijoW; 20 bblsS S Almonds;
.1 biss Ctiba Sixes CrgarsjlO " Irge Pecans; -
.V dvx Bedeortb aad Lius;.m boxes Kgs;
-li bap ftace Oinger, 8o " Tobacco, assorted;
25, PPPC; 1 liercea Fresh Rice;
.'-ibjBHss lined Ucrrie; S". bMs HiMh Soda;
1 ea-ss Madder, 50 boxes Fresh Teas;
10 holes Sttmghtra IfitrerajlO " Crome's best Indvor
2. " B.W iVtr.ext;
Taieetterwirli many other articles, which will be sold
tewfcy deel4 LANIER A BROTHER, racket at.
BANJHNa'S PATENT LACE. 0Sal01IINAE STTp.
T70R went and delicate persons, male or female, and those!
who are afflicted with tbe following di.-eHSes, rrs
Weakness of the Breast, Bronchitis. Shortness of Breath,
l'ufa in the Chest, Weakness ami Bleeding of the Lungs,
Palpitation of the Heart, Dv.ieisia, Costirenes.1 atd PiIch,
I'aiu in the Back, Spinal Curvatures, and Enlargement of
otte Hip uimI SlioulJer, Falling of the Bowels, and a Ten
dency tr RnMnre, Prolapsus I' ten, or Bearing Down, Ir
regular, Puintal or 1'rofuse Mestniitin, a Tendency to
ALrtHn, ami Paiftfiil Pregsancr. and the bail shape inr
detit tit Ctsihl Bearing, llMpflHitiTO to Drooping; Lounging
und Wearitiewi. ewwaii t clerks, mechanics, students,
um ti 1 1 ii i, and others who keep inclined positions.
Tlie 'subscriber ha had the excWive sole of this celebrate
ed ttftae .fer several v ears, during which period alarjo
ntMnber hayo lieew sold to ibswe who have given the highest
tOBtirowiub of their remarkable curative powers. The most
.stttw&atury letrrencea can be given to persons m the city of
Nathvitte nnd Mtmnrniing eoantry; furthermore, they are
reeettmemled br fme uf the HKwt celebrated and extensive
r 1'raetitinoew or Medioiie ui NashviHd ami tits adiaceut
etmntry Per sale by H G SCOVTiL
l'l-ufgiftaml tfxibeenry. NVs-fh -i.leoftfce Public Square,
three Joors West ofthe Nabville Inn. angl tf,
S AlTP.HX A lTt'riON."MAClllNERrljP THE
IfOPK COTTON FACTORY. The susVcriber, having
detemuiied to reiiuttuis4i tbeCMloti butMsess, will nB d
litbf, by public AHetHm on Ihe jeiiiiees, on Wednesday,
Octobers. KiSi. tbe COTTON MACHINERY of the HOPfi
FACTORY, all ih eoiuplete nmning order, consisting of
SI Oar., A iaeh Cjlinder!., mmI Bitting Cards
8 I)rawij Fnaiea; '
S lCMlvHlwtand Railwaysi complete;
4 L.Tetye4Ie Flyer Tbrasiles, ,.'W3 Spindles;
8 Tube " j, r u
4 Rngaxl Traveler. " jjg j
Flutei; a bne let of finished and unfinished Bobbins, a
large tot nf patterns, Ac '
Terms SOms of ?l,is or less, cash; larger amounts
one-fourth cash, balance endersed notes at 6, 12 and 1
month. Persons wikfcii to examine the machinery will
call at my wai ehoitif, cur-er Market and AVatersts, PitU.
bu5f- v- , P-M-CORMICK.
Tlie Nashville Banner. Florence Gazette, HuntaviUe Dem
ocrat, CoiHHibtw (Ga i Sentinel. South Carolinian, Memphis
EagieA Enquirer enpy in daily and weekly tothe amount
of rive oV.i tars, oihI charge to this office. (acglS lm.
Corner or Sirth and Kata Street.
rpiIBnndersigned would respectfully inform his friend
JL ami the traveling public in general, that he has leased
the above named Hotel for s term of years. Having gone to
a grett expense in renting and refurnishing the same, so
that it is now second to no hotel iu the AA'esL Hopuie by
strict attention to bnsiness to merit a liberal share ot tha
IWfc favw. J. MOSHER,
Formerly of the NaahviUe inn.
LoMMriHe, July 19 nr o dacn.
( OOIJS- AT RliOUCUI) PlilCES As the
OT seaoen is adraneing I wiH ouer my s'uck of Summer
Goods i f every dejcnptwn, at such reduced prices as will
be slftctry to alL I have a large and beautiful variety
of ladies' dres Ootids, Mantillas, Ac, Ac , to which I would
sotieit tbe attention of bit friends and the public
!aly 83 No. IS. owner Square and Market St.
rieEETT, UACMUBD0 Sc CO..
BANKERS JiiulCOHJIlSSION MERCILVJiTS,
WM. S. PICKETT Uk of the firm of PICKETT. PER
KINS A CO. and J. R- MACMCRDO, Banker, hay
ing associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Itankinc and Coiieral Coiumission Business,
in t4iis City, under firm of Pkxett, MaCmcrdo A Ca
IarticuUr alien twm waid 1.) the side o t Cotton, and to tha
sMptncut of Supplies and Merchandise generally.
GREAT barsatns FOR CASli"
f A. A J. G. MeCLKLLAND having on hand an on-
V usually large ami rich stock oi Goods, will offer
great inducements U cash or punctual buyers. Strangers
rMling ihe citv, will save money by looking at our stock
before making their pnribaecs elsewhere.
juneS ". No 2, Public Square.
AGHICULTTTRAL KANTJFACTUEINO COMPANY.
SV THIS estitblishment tsoow prepared
to manufacture all! kinds of Avaggoa.
'Carts and Plows of every description.
and any other fanning impIimenU nsed njc
The nrM-es for sweh thmcM will not be more than is o&id
S.r them brwifrht (rem other places. AYe are reedy to re
ceive orders Am- Wbeel Barrows and Carts, and oilier uten
sils for making ntudri.
The Mann&crannjr of W(oronf: is under th Superinten
deaeeef AVibon Mlleti. whore work ix well known here.
We reseeetMIr solicit eruVra troei the Plauters and Merch
aUin IbeastrriMiMditw coonties for our work.
(Joe or two rmkI Waoon Makert wanted immediately.
Gaod prices will be paid for ftnt-rato workwn.
GEO. C. ALLEN.
S lower Alarket Street
w. c. wuiTTHoam
Attorneys n (.;ivr,
TrjpAVtU rsUe their prfesion lo the enaatlea of
.Maury. Marshall, Giles, MwreBce, Lewl, and Hickman.
ADBS1RUII.K FARM AND RESIDBNCE. situated
. efftbe Gallatin Turnpike, SV miles from Nashville.
S'iitainiwg fttWmt 75 acres, on wlneh tbe subfcriber now re
mini. The dueltintr. which has recently been erected. Is
of tbe bwt materials and style, and upon a convenient
plat), 6braeirniae reoow and several balls, with all Ce
etry et boiWings-
The snil is very productive. The water is cool and pure,
thwiair m ahwKhmee. The.ireiiard eontainsyariouri kinds,
uf ttwsagrVHil trvns of excellent quality.
Ih Hiiut of IwwUli and soeiet) . tlie neighbnrliond U tm
sHvpd. The tract is susceptible or being divided Into
rhe h, eh having a beautiful building site, with inn
nirsg water. Terms and time accommodating. Pouetatoa
esn he bed at any time. A. H. FORD.
For further paxueulars, apply to
i.l.NLibt.Kt A CROCKETT.
jnlrtT 2wtf tw
Aitents. Collets street
TIKWU HOME. MHOS WAUUR.
IIOHOE At AA'ALKEK.
Harbors, Hoir-Drisseis, &c, &c,
Ao. 18, Onhrttrtet.
HA A'K opened their new eMabltibsient, and offer to their
eHtiHer and the public in general inducements nev
er before ottered in tin citv. Having newly ntteii up oor
liouje. we feel eonSdeat that all who give us a call wdl
lve well Rati6ed. Ia addition to Barberinar. JXiirsDresB.
hara larve. commodious and neatly furnished
Bath-Itnoms. Thee are tbe finest in the city, and titr- I
ronvenience and comfoet, can not tw surpsiaedia Ue-
Irv. AVhile isg. gentleuien ana pa.iron (-- oun-l
and see with what magic we "make the hair t. step inl
a salutary eueet oar pure water ii M -y, aza wnatl
e,U Uly. . "Q a weaned and
-TSrTfT'r.I.. BRYAN re" aapt If
i,. ofv... -nfN-cttullr r.rTent I.i. om,. . J
and especially in t- ,J,tll the practice of MedicuieJ
rice on the oorae- , 'vea'ment of Chrome Diseases. Ofl
iune 17 1" u" ana Mimmer streets.
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