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NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY; SEEXER 2U853.
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:; AtmiQN AND AiIERyQAN
'FFJC--N'o. 11, DEADERICX iSTREET.
' , -TiiE 'WftHK-iY TJXlOtf AND -VJlEIUCAXrilAfiim&SW
ji.jio suuscripers a-ui iiMiowi-g. ra.ou.gi . copies, i. .
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,.ii year m advance. 2 $0;"Withiii the ?-?- -Oft at theenu
J. - ;ortheyWl 00. CuijiJ.4-K
)j per, , iy lor.uin-j-r., yjuus ui , - - , - !.:.
,, - ceived for sttroosuis at toe foregpini; rales. '
''lia'TRl-'yVBlBIyLY is published evcryTii-3-y,'ra'rsJay
" and Saturday, at 85 per annum in advance; -jrMi.t paid to
advanee,.. '"' '" . -
"AAllYispubrisbeaaralTo!br. .; , ,:!,
. j-TIIK MOSEY lS' AtL '.CASES (ft). jAC0OMPANY
. . - -1-.J..V. --.-W.l,!i.. . . ...
' IHenuttaDces of, Subscriptions may be 'made .by1 trial at -joto
"r" L uaner'vnll be jicnt outof the Slate unless the order uac-
i-sa.t xaipanfeJjnntU the cash.
ti. ' ' OoHfe fircti, St: 2 vppoilteSitiatue IZAifi.
i.i t."pR(5S leave to inform his friends and U;p tutbli?f-wi
v . i-Tistli penerollr, that 1h has opened a regular Gof-'w
! .ilhi Uosm; and liaTinj bought tho right fi)r"manulacturi(i(;:
i ' Bidwlin.hi Middle'Teuirefsee; SWAP Patent Indistruct
.ible Air-tie-ht and Air-exhautled Uunal Gases the best
mi now in u furireserring the corj. ie. will Jccep oupnlv
,tm oftfcffiiiaMaiitlronhand.togetherwtlhanasciortrnent or
nil KnUnf Mml nml mtod CoflinS.' lie is urcnared to
. -I'lvniish troodileiraand aiiniunfherof lac)a that may:
il4 ivantedjafciognrouaii oi every -aesenpuou, juaucjn iuo
. bestitrJe, together with ererycrpiipaje necessary for fune-
. rulii All telegraphic despatches or ordera from fjteariihoats
nnd Railroads, or from the witTounflinj(COmirry will be
. promptly atendel to. Particular attention pafil W pre
pariug! and enea'inj? bodies fortransportation. AH o'dei-s
Uftat hi Earniture and Collin Roouh prpniptty atlended
to. bothliightnnd day lie will fpre hfs personal attention
i tnallfuaerals. Cliafge3 moderate. ' ' "
J. II. CCTRREY.
K.B. Fiirniinro and Matrrase( of every description
mads to order and of the best materials, and warranted: also
furniture repaired in the best slyleand with dispatch.
. aup!7 n xs. J- C.
SOMETHING NEW. ,
THE SOITTH NAISHVIM.E FUliXITURE
MA.VIJPACMURIXG COMPANY, are now otfering.1
ntturiat their Dejwt'ort Market street, Thomas'gi -Knew
buildin?. (between Union Hall and iheuk
SquareJvhich they.oaer atpricasto milt purchasers, I ij I
Mh at wliole sale ana reiau. .iney inicnu io git e aausiac
iIatV In .nrfKiir4 rork warranlrju. i .
Call and evauiine their stock. Orders for AVxirk attended. ,
Jl. II. tiltuu.ys, J'res t.
" WltSia Sec'r
TTNTE1) at the Sauth XuvilI.Tnrinlure Factory, of
ir.d SEAHOXRO LUMRKR
feet of inch W'aluut I'lank- -wide;
f.0,000 do To do do doj m
,W(J"ao S'.llo -do" do -iSK -4
lfeOQ9'd6 Walnut .Seaulligg, Blteettl4,3rJin.sti're;
lKW"1-doCticrrv do ' . 73o, do;
100,000 do IX inch Uherry'llahk -wide;
SO.OOO ( Ao do ' "Jo;." '
50,Qi do S do do . do; J !
W.wD ilo Asli, lanUigfrom lVtuo.iii thick widephnlc;
Also, I'oiilar or all sizes ustl for Cabinet purposes, for
which (Jin will be paidou deliver)-.
Also, S". orMgood CAU INET M A K ERS wanted, to whom
fiir ricefi wfll lc given iu, casli. A1m, 1 or 2 good UP-
1I01STHR3. Xoiw but good workmen need npply-
EURNIXURE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, &c.
nrevnt consists of almot-t every article in his" line of busi
ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
do well to calf, as he it determined to sell low lor cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marehlfi College near Church street
TRUNKS,' VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
WKIiavejustreceiveUalarge an fine as- '5TTYi
sortment of Trunks, Carpet l!ars and lirj4.
Valises, consUing or Sole. Rag, and Kiiafon'y J'i
Leather Traveling Trunks aud Yalh.cs, also of Saxony, Unis
twlls, Wilton and common Cirpct Rags, which we will sell at
cw prices. Ls. tlOLLlXS & CO-
jaul9 Corner of College and Union sts., Nashrille.
" ENITURE ! FURNrf ORE fl
T AM just reoeiiinga fine assortment (i,'1'lu'-rtEa
niture of the latest and most appi oved SK3ji
,n tries, ntiich will be warranted as recommend-' V. I
ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having e;i-
arged niy Ware rooms, 1 shall keep an assortment ol Gil
bert' superior Pknos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Aif.cles
j-ent free to the Railroad or anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street, (.'heap Furniture Depot.
pSf 1.1LM0RT0X. I
MORE NEW PIANOES.
"l"TE have received by rcceut arrivals nine
' tiulty. iiflluw unrivalled Pr.os. uiadef
bv J. R. Dunliam awd Adam Stodart i Co.. of Tf&,
riousstrlesand niies. which will be sold erv low tor
cnJi or good uotesdrawing interest, aud. vrranled to give
satisfaction in eerv respect.
aprgj) W. iT.11. GRKBXPIELI) & CO.
ATOTICE. - I am chwng up my business vith a view Of
J pennaseatly wiidrawing. Man v persons are mdebi
ed to mftbynote'andaccouut, somo years, and I hopo
they will cull and pay up witliout fuither delay or1 trouble.
I liae itjraoreamy iKiwiaiiu i ajera ui uk rann au- ,
oinini; Mexsrs. W. Ill Gordon A Ca . 1
mu H.M -SKAY, !
11. J. W. CRAY." t
OtTice in MoCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
ISitaveH JtAblenek and Urn).
decH-lSm Resiiiksch Sbwanlb.
"TT'nT-liAlliTolt UEX'IVA new Frame Iosiiit .
JL? ctsnulelod with wvon rooms, well pUstered anJ pa-
iHml. Situated on- Church street. m! 'lllues addition. to
Nashville. Tlie said house is about four hundred yard
fruiii the Female Academy, and will be soldoii reavmable
For further particulars-enquire of R. L. Crensliaw, or
uuglS W. D. ROBERTSON, M'Imire st.
HAVANA CIGARS. We have thisdVo'wtfiled
40KiflSuirior RegalialxiiMli-eand Vi'Cnsudos Cigars,
to which we invite the attention of .smokers,
july 80 X. R. A J1XOX.
OYJS CI.O'l'JIING DEPOT! The subscribers
have the most cxteniive and varied assorlnu'iit of
Clothing for Rovsfrtmi ilo 10 ever olletwl for sale in ihe
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing filled at the short
Person ireliang Clothing at Uiis eslablkhmcnt, have
theprivtlteorcliangingthcni if they do not suit
F. A. 1IOVT A RRO.
S. W. comer cr Chestnut and 10 st, Philadelphia. .
April MH.W ly
TJARTJCUIjAU NOJ IUI.. unr nccomus win;
ill and a great manr of them not win th the trouble
llnr, we lve this dav closed our Books, and will
-.I7rim4uef i-utirelv for Cash. Persons wishing
tobuyontlieseterms wii. find itlo their advantage to call
l'ei-sons having claims against ns will please present them
f..r payment, and those indi
ebtcd Will please dli unaiwy up.;
R A J NIXON.
RARKERAND hair dresser,
No. 22 Cr.DAn SraEnT.
"ITTOULD reqiectfullv inform all uho have any rise
V V for the services of a Barber, thatlie has at this time
in his employ a number" of the best and most experienced
oiwnitnrs lhat .ever handled a razor or a pair of shears iu
Nashville. Hi- shopis titled npncally, and gentlemen uiay
ulwava confidently My upon prompt attention and comfor
table sbaung. lie hopes to continue to receive a liberal
share of encouragement from an intelligent public that
knows how to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er
"VJOTICE. Hy viriucof rewtFesMiat lrom the Honor
J.N able Supreme Court of Tennessee, to mo directeil, I
will sell to the highe.t bidder, for Cash, at the Court House
door, in Xavhrille, on Saturday the 8th day of October, 1S53,
onetract or parcel of 1 And lvingandbeing in the Vth Dis
trict of Davidson County, and bounded as follows. Begiu
ing atthe North East corner of.Iair.es Whitsett's, dec'd.iind
n.ljoinitig the lands of Cmtcher, dee'd, R. C.'Fostcr, (feb'd
and Saml. J. Garter, levied ou as tlie properly of Kdjranl
A'anchn to satlfy tsaid judgmeut in favor of f hnAlJ.v'Di -Bon.'Admifrtra'Jir,
Ac L W FUSSKL, Sherin.
aug28-twld By JESSE W. PAGE, 1). Sherifl".
" RAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholowrtc ajnl 'Rstail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Ops, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
COIXME STRHET, X.SnVILLK, TeXX.
"lYTE have just
received two extra
ALSO Y shipment of fine Hussies and Roclcn
wny. F.h- sle by .W.-iL GORDO.V.V CO.
Xaslirille. Augusi 2, 1S.il!. " '
REMOVAL. . -," '
THE TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY ' - '
HAVE removed their oflice to tho West sidrt of the Pub
lie Square near the Planters' Bank, over the'otfioeuf
1). Peail A-Co. n n anglH -'Jm.
TENirESSEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THE next term of the Temievee Baptist Female lntitK
wiW etimmeiice on Mmidav. Sept. 12. Is..;.
The tchers, recently of the N'.-l.nll, FHa)e ln-4thit.
will make every crSsrt to seeune to tho-j ontru-ted to their
clwirg, a thorough and judicious education m.miW lc
ilsetl to receive the jatniBMe f their firmer liifixis.
iuformatwiimav be obtained ir
Rev. JOS. 11. liYTOX. 1). I)., Pies't Board Tni-t's,
JAS. F. FLETCHER, Hsq .Secretary,
jnlyf Smcod j w of tlie Teacliens.
VTOTICE. ITic StockMJers of Uie Naslnille ami
L XorthwesterB It ill road Company are 1 qusted to in wt
nt Xasliville on the 1st Monday in Sept, !(-, for tlie pur
poe of electing Board of Directors: a siiflieiency of stock
having been obtained to orguiti
o 1 iniriciiinmvn
1 11U-1. -l-llk-fl-il..
1-1 S. WII.I.IA.1IS
-Aeent'fSr 'Jolirt Willuuns, New
Oa Orleans, will mike liberal cash advance? on Produce
( - TBS0E;,f.s
- . 5.jj.,tvHi'KAi4.ftnoojrooj u
- i toui- i.j,,. . ...-.i. ..--,,,..,,-.-,
, ...TAWirwjjatfjgbeen nppointc-gen. or.ho
- f - --py is now pieprel-to-mak- iire ana in
. .-THE UNITED TTREMinrd rwsrra ATiHt? CflfpATfY 05
r - ---.
CAPITAL 1 00,000 ' D rA'JI'S 1
Ciiartcrctl by the State,
nnlllS Coninanv havinp- fidlv orCahized'. is.
JLi .p'OTC really Uiai riiks on' ail descrip;
ifcns 6f 'tirunerf r. airjinst loss or tlaaiaresljv
J 11i:e,"ald against jjepU of (lie. sea ojrnIwul.nav-s;
' T iitfipi. J'rbfiosit'iuns l)r insuraixe will barecei
ba received at the
COSOJEECIAL IIISDEANCE COMPANY.
.CUjiKM, :s6CTIti CAEOiii;
K- ... . ;C3mtali5250,000: 'All 'Paid In'
T IIAYEibnijppointcd:gchtof tlie above Company at
X JXasiivuie, ana am iiniy preparea to taKO Jinrinc, jr ire,
Jtivjer Risks, on .tha most favorable terms, it , .
' A lull stiUeiiientcC-Ui'e solvency of the, Cjbmpany. can be
socn at Iheollice of the Nashville Insurance dud Trust Coin-
,iiany, on. College sheet. , ')
jwplg. J.0HN.B. D.SHIEr-Ii, Agent
THE MUIUAL PUQTECTION INSURANCE , COMPANY
.., i : 07 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE;
OFFICE on Cedar. treeV adjoining; the Pos' Oflice, and
opposite tha Yemndah, wflL insure fin .thnxdutual prin-
every dosciiptirmgalnst tho I'erils'-E ie Seii'and Rivers.
Also, ihe.Lives of persons in miod.Uealthji'oTrn jingle year,
for a term of years, or diiruig lire. Also,4iank IJotca tlns
mitted per mail.
1 1AII persons having their lives or property insured in tins
Institution, aro eiitit)ed. to a, full partiapatibn.in'all the prof
its, without any liability to loss, bevond the amount of Pre-
UillUiU tWUUl IUU UUV
M. S. PILCHER, rfcs'ident,
;., . . . J.'R.J0HNS0NVFice:Pre3ident.,
C. T. F. WnAETox, Secretary. , . .Jilinl
TEOTTEESXIE TARINE ANT) FIRE INSUEAKCOJ-CO-t
TJ4TsrvnaTJTpT -ii!ti nnn
VFFICE ou the NoKh aide of the Public Square, midway
J between the Nashville Inn -and the Planters' Hank.
They trill make insuranceoallouses and OoodsTof evcly de-1
cKiiiuifu 3iil 4irc vu oicaiiiuuuis aim vurpi Illllliah iirt?
and iberisk of the river; ou the Cargo of Keel' lMats and
other river crafts, mid on sea vessels and other cargoes, oh
the ivtul terms. ' '" JOHN M. JULL, I're?ident ',
JosEni A'Xclx. Secretary.
DimscTOts. Alex. Allison. John MHilI.F..B. Foecr. G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Rass, Joseph AVjpotla!am-'
LIFE mSURANE. ; a
tNetv York l,ife InsurniicixCompnny,
No. 10G Broadway. Xem York:',".'
'Accumulated Capltall S3OO,510.O0.
r: raruMiji, .actcart 'it; rRNis:( j-ris't.
' irpTotlltimbor of Policies Issued bv this
Company up to July lit, 185i eight thousand
ii aunarea ana eisaiyoue..
TTr'DIvldcH Js m&da aununllv on all I.lff Pi
llcieslii nhajw of stock-, learUi Interest atthe rate of G per
.II? The dividends borctofore have always averaged from
40 to5U per cent.
JO Persons taking out Policies for tho' whole term of
lifo can give their note at 12 months for 40per cent of the
premium, and pay CO per cent in cash.
Applications forrisks, prospectus oftho company, orin
formaUon relating to the subject of Life Insurance may bo
inadoat tho olticoof the undersigned Ceneral Agent for tho
iitateofTeuiicssee. JOSEPIi NASH,"
Office-' W.cbrnerlPubllc Square,
ojpo4lte Planters' Bank. A'atvrille, Aug. 1U, 1832.
LTi? U 1 4 s n c an cje.1 '
Zl.tliii Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Annuity Fund.. .4150.000. i
TlXCLVSlVELY'h'cM cledred". and aniiro nrfitod.
-Li with its reserved aet-nmulullons. bv Hie -harteri:
and regulations oftlio Company, to tho iiayment Of Annu.
'"8 ouu lujwrs upon insurauceon i.no, aua in no cvenina
bleforother debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
offici:js. ; . i. p
Ttios. K. Brace, Pres't, S. J.. Loo mis. Secretary; '
K A. HotKLtv, Vice J. W. SiuYBODB.Act'y.PresdenU
Managing Directors for the Life DepartmmU
K. A. 8rLi.T, Jonx L. Koswzli.,
KoutRTllrtLi, P.ui.iKn .Mjtihr,
AIiLJtaA.Tr-iTtt, Hawin G. RirLav
lIlNltl Q. PkJITV.
't his belli; ajolntstoik iroprlety company, and conduc
to.l on the cash (Tystem, thejisnagers Tiave adopted a table
of ratesofpremium as ioVrjaifts conslstcnt-wlth safety and
nuek loer tlian thoe of, theMutaal Companies.
Application for rlsfcs oiilwhlte jiersons, received by the
undersigned, who will fnrnlshyPjrospcctusesof tho Compa
anvjimd any Inforuiatiun.relatlVo thereto.
fO'Ri'Ots oiialave.iagaiiist "aiiaascsaad accidents causing
deaih, tatou; Polices- issued a&d losses adlunted at this
Agency. , JOS. KAMI, Agent,
Office X. W. corner Public Snare,
opposite Planters Hank. Jiashville, aug. 10, 1852.
O i fie Sjuare ;Al to Gordons SfareJiovse.
YVrOl'LI) inf. ,rm the ieople of Nashville and the sur-
jvmnding country that he has recently improved
and greatly enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now"pronarcd;
to till all orders iu the marble Jfneaf the Shortest notice arii
on tlomol favorable fenra Tor asu- He, ivould call par
ticular attention to his frell selected stock of monuments,
mantle pieces, lignrcs', 'garden figures,, statuary. Fountains,
Baptismal fmintJ, Urns, Vases, Tombs, Ao, many of which
ai-c of rlicpm-e-t Italian Marble, and from tlw chisel bf the
best Eurniwan masters. 11U arrangements are now com-
plete for furnishing nil kinds of- maible, either of his own
manufacture or imported. He has ou hand a large quanti
ty if Italian marble, in the rough state, nhich he will sell
very low. 1 louse Fiu-niture in Fvplian Marble of the liest
quality can be had at his yard, lie liatlers himself that he
can nun serve the public on as accommodating terms a
any similar establishment in the west. A share of publi
patronage is solicited. fmayS I J "
P. S The attention ofthe lovers of Ihe Fine, Arts U di-.
reeled to my assortment of Statuary. They are of the rar- .1
n.i .nli;.....in...i:. ..inrj:.ui'r- i . : -M
i uu .ii:.-.iiiaiii., , uiiuui Uiiuvbllllnjiuiliuiis.
"' JAkES D. LEHHER, f
Prsince and General Commission llerchaiit, '
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PltOMPTatteutiou gi'vcu iothe sale of COTTOX. DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS, GlXSE.NG, BEESWAX, Aa,
IJy aaraoceswiiiueinatlcil.reqmreu.il t s tl
Jfr" Orders promptly filled for"Cincinnati'MaBltlnre8 A
tlour, luSKy, .lie, Ac
Z-? Agent for the saleofStar andTallow Cjndfesv Sule
ratus, Poland Pearl Ash, and Iard Oil, which v3l be fur
nished at lotreet marltt rates wiltuiul Cummivtion.
YpvTaiAnr.E dvei.ling house voit
SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his l csidencet
u Spring or Church Street, witli the furniture if desired. .
Terms made known on application'
R. C. FOSTER, 3d.
Or in my abseucc to G. M. FOGG,
une 17 tf.
DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
IVYISH f 0 dispose of my Farm on Mil! Creek, V, ffiWfr '
miles from Nashville, about 10 rods from the Mur-V
rfreesboro' Turnpike, adjoining the lands of Ilirdwcll '
Caldwell, Minerva and Frankliu Colleges, contiining about
CO acres about lu acres in wood,andthe balance under cul-
lival ion with as good 01 char ds as there are 111 the Slate, con
sistingof pcaclres, apples, pears, grapes, plumbs, in a great
variety; lwnnevcrfaiting spring-), and several chalybeate
springs. The improvements are very fair consisting of a,
pxd train, house, with porch 20 fee-front; one good brick:
house, smokehouse, kitchen, stable, .cribs, Ac. The orch
ard, by closeatlenlion, would yield from $300 to $50df ear
lv, aVthe fniit is of ihe clioicest kind. My only reason for
wishing to djiose of it is my intention to change my loca
tion and business I will dispose of niy stock and furniture
to any person wishing to purchase the said farm.; Term.!
acc-'iimuhlating. Title indisputable. For further particu
lars enquire of ,1 ' ' K'MOSES,
auirt No. l!Collegest
UKTIVERSITY Or NASIIY'ILIui-MEDICAl DEPART-
1IK Third animal Corns.. 1
f Lectures iu this Department
:ui 1 iuniiiii- uu me nisi 01 ine eiisum March.
. Pun. F. Ev. AI. 1.. 11 inciples and Practice orSurgcrr.
John M . ,i.iv. l Ji., Oli-telricsand the Diseases el'
WiKneii I Childii'ii.
( A. II. IJrcmvix, M. I)., Surgical and Pathological Anif
wv and ltivsii4i-. " ,.
W. K. lhiwLiMi, M. ')). Ihsthutes and Practice ofMe-i-eine.
:. K. Wixstox, Mr.D., Maierial Medica and MedicalJu-
llouBir T, I'oKTr,iiI. D-,-General and Special Anatomy.
J. ItHBMKX Li.VLKtsi-, 'it D..- Chemistry and Pharmacy.
J. ltHBMKy i.i.VLKtsi-, 'i5l. D..- Chemistry and Pluirmacy.
I 11 i. -iiiuti-i, u. . it-iiioiisirioroi Anaiomv.
t The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, ou'the
flrat Monday of Oelolvr. '
A full PrrlJmwyf cmrse of Ix:rirres will be given by
tlieProfesHsors, commencing also on the first Monday of Oc
tolier. , . '
The Stndents'will have free access to the State Hospital.
Fee of each IVofessor fir.. Matriculation ticket f 5: Dis
wrtiiigHckcttO. Graduation fee $25.
Good b?ard can be obtained in the city at from ?2 50 to
f iper wecl. Further information mav be obtained by ad
tjfessinc the Dean .1. 11. LlXDSI.RY. M. D..
I Nsshrille, July 30 wA!w, Dean.
IX II Ox
. . ' ' A. Y. J0I1KS0N. 1'ras'idTnt.
J.SrngtL.Sec'y. Nashville, Oct.j3.1852.
"" NEW 1JKUG- STORE.
tr -jrf-.- - J. g:' SHOWN,
Jmrjol ileSrmofJi!win,iirown& Co.,)
UASop?nea. nun an enurcneirocKiu iuS
1 tifC;n. PTnfa nils lVrriimprv. &c. ic.
41m it fnririoTli-nrAunied bv tire olj firm.1"
I a 43, College street, three doors-Frora Vnion, wliere lie
erally.. ,1'arUcular at wi ion s wen io i "jscians, , j re-
.jruch wu wpiea wra u,.
K'miniEvrs.comnrisinz Pocket Cases, assort
ivui rtasesr snveral -new-oatterns: Speculums.
in cases or separate; Tooth Forccp and Keys; Siethescopes;
fSmmnn- -Annaratnsr Stomach I'umtis; Dissection lnstnl-
i menU,;, Trusses in every Voriety-'acompletca.ssortment
HEMlCAr.S. A .large stock, and from tlie best
iiianufacturers siime exceedingly rare, never before
brouglit to this market Attention .of Fliysicians to this
part of mv stock is respectfully solicited. "
augt .;, . liL10.
BEItittUUA AJUtOW 3tOOT. Warranted per
fectly put and fresh; roll supply at
ug7 J. u. bit-VY.a.
"ERFU3IERY In every stylej FrepchTGcrtnaii and
American Colognes, Hair Oils. Pomades, c , Ac.-,
Tooth Ppwderand Paste. Prvtr'sAroinatic Yinegar, Glenn a
i!n Tbn'i-v'nn ltoininrn1i'Kl!rriffrr atid while Windsor
Soap. Barbers' Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general its-
SDnmmiL r rin.n :nn r micv i-uuu?. nan ......... ., w.
Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Comb", Ivory do. Pow
der FitHs and Boxes, Ully White, Alabaster. Ac. .
auo-7 ' JGBR0VN.
EK1X TEA COMPANY. I have a full supply of
Tea and Plantation Imperial'aie thought to be superior to
any in this maiket: ako. Teas in small caddies ot 4 ids
eaclL , ' aUg7
J. G RR0WN.
CONGRESS TiVA'i'EIl I have made arrangements
to keep a constant.npply of this water, which 1 receive
direct irom the Spring; 3 gross jusi receiveu.
au7 . . S O BROWN.
OTOSE'WARE-Of all descriptions and best quality;
aUo, .Flo wei Pols; assorted sizes.
J G BROWN.
BAMJJOO FlSIUNtJ POLES 100 lust received;
also, a full assortment of Fishing.Tac.kle, Lunenck
Hooks orbnoods, pointed roles, .c ,
auT " J. G. BR0WX.
IJiDRTHE HAIR Lyons' Katharion, Bogle's Hype
J rioiti'luid, Barry arid Clirehugh's Tricopherou at
U(r7 J W IIWII.li
O TARC1I. 15 boxes Proctor & Gamble s Pearl siaicti
O also, superior articlq ofcountry nlaaehtarcii.
TURNIP SEED. A large lot of Summer, and Hin
' t'erj and Summer und Winter mixed. .
. au-rr '3. O. BROWN.
EXYNGTON MUSTARD, in Jf. i. and 1 lb Cans
fresh uud just ree'd. aug7 J. G. BROWN.
"TEAST POWDERS and Brown's Lss. Jamaica tun
. ger, White Lead, Red Lead, Chrome Yellow, Chrome
en, ic. ,Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Vanrisb, Ac
uK7 ' J. G.BROWN, 43. College st.
HAS just receive-! and opened alarge and well assorted
stock of Fancy Dinner, Tea, Desert and Tete-a-fetc
Sells; Fancv Toilet Bottiss,- Decanters, PuffBoxes, Goblets,
Pitchers, Sases, Coffee Caps, Jewelry Boxes, Candlesticks,
Card Baskets. Ink Stands, Jiugs, Paper Weights, Toy Setts,
Silvered Bowles, Goblets, and Salt Stands, with a great
varioiy of other fancy articles; together with gtlt and white
China, 'Stone, Yellow. Common and Glass Wares all of
which are offered at -wholesale or retail on as reasonable
terms as any house in the west. Now is the time to buy
wares cheap,.as. thev are advancing, aL'd soon I shall ad
vance the prices. aug21 2m J. C. DARDKXj
Of Hazardville, Connecticut.
a. o. ntztr.o, pbcs't: a. e. dovci-vk, SKCr.
OOXTIXUE to furnish Gun Powder of all their well
knowu brand', Kentucky Jlifie, American liorliiiy
jndian Itijte in kegs, half and quarter kegs and caunisters
-of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of Powder for
BLASTING AND MINING
"purposes. The reputation of their Gun Powder Is too well
known to require comment. All orders promptly tilled at
mv J'otoJer flejn. North-east comer of theSquaie.
" S. IL LOOMIS, Ag't forthe II. P. Co
aug2-t f Xashville, Tenn.
STpAIjlJ-PiVl'EIlS.' Jusl re
YV ceived, ISOfiO bolt of thoe
lieautiful French Papers, for Parlors,
Halls. Ac toffi'ther with a snlendid
avsorlmeni ot Gold and Velvet Roruers, Fire Screens, Win
dow Cirlains, Ac
JOu'hand u large, assortment of unglazed Papcrs.from
10 to 2.T cts per bolt.
. KLAGRS & G0RBEY",
No. 20, Collegestreet, next door to the Sewanee House.
julyU ., ' ,,
W. -Y. FINN,
41, MARKET STREET,
SKTWEfeX DNIOX AND THE SQUAKK,
aOMi'A'ND A-EXYET PA
PER HANGINGS. A large
and beautiful variety.
Decorative" Wal I Papers, all
the I jtest 1 rencn designs.
Borders, Window Papers, Tcasdcr and Cciu
treiPieceii, a large assortment.
Cheap iJnglazed Papers 12.OQ0 pieces in store,
from I2i' to 25 cts. per Bolt. ' All for sale, and Cump roil
Casu. .- ' ' jnly7
JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
RO C K A WAYS AND FAJIIIjY CARRIAGES.
KTf- Take PARTICULAR N0TICK that r...?5w
Stout's Coach Shop istm CLARE STREET,
july IV , IR AA.
mOUAS HODCE. KELSOS WALKEtt.
HODGE & VTAJ-KEK.
.BarDers, Hair-Dwssers, &e., &c,
Ao. 13, CWiir street.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer fo their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having- newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who give us a calf will
leave well satisfied. Iu addition to Barbering, Hair-DresS-Iiior,
Ac., we have large, commodioui and neatly furnished
Bath-Rooms. These are tho finest in the city, and aSto
convenience aud comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and see witli .what magic we "make the hair fly," and.what
a salutary-efleit" our pure water has upon a wearied nd
cotle body.' " augS tf
Corner of Sixth and Main Street,
THE undersigned would respeclfully inrorm his friends
and the traveling public in general, that he has leased
the above named Hotel for a term of years. Havinggone to
a great exjieiise in'refiling and refurnishing the same, so
that it is now second to no hotel in tlie Wet. Hoping by
strict attention to business to merit a liberal share of the
public favor. J. MOSnER,
Formerly of the Nashville, lun.
Louis'ille, July 19 tw o d3m.
ADESIR.UILE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated
on the Gallatin Turnpike, 3X miles from Nashville,
containing abouf 75 acres, on which the subscriber now re
sides. Tbe dwelling, which has recently been erected, is
of tbe best materials and style, and upon a conveni.nt
plan, embracing nine rooms and several halls, with all ne
cessary out buildings.
Tlie soil is very productive. Tho water is coo! and'purc,
flowing in abundance. Tho orchard contains vai ious kinds,
of bearing fruit trees of excellent quality.
In point of health and society, the neighborhood is un
snmiisseil. The tract is suscentible of bein- di viiled into
three lots, each having a beautiful building site, with lim
ning water. Terms ana time accommodating, possession
can be had at anv time. A. H. FORD.
For further particulars, apply to
ui.. if.;.... 1 , vj ji.iv. i 1. 1 1 ,
? 1 viiqt v- 1 rninnr c
5nly27 2awtf tw
Agents, Collee. 5 street
J TEUST SALE.
BY virtue ofa deed of Irust made by James B. r aid Sarah
V.-Williams tome, and reiristcre'd in theReg jster's of
fice of Davidson county, in Book No. 1 0. paces 49 1 md 50. I
will, on Saturday, the 17th day of September, j'353, be-
.een'thehours of 10 o'clock A. M.and 1 o'clock V. M at
the Court-house in Nashville, sell to the" hiehest bidder.
83J acres of land, in civil district No. 2, being pal of the
Horse-shoe Bend of Stone's river; for the purposes : uention--ed
in said deed. For a more particular description" of the
same, reference isherehy made to said deed. Tern is made
known on dav or sale. A . 11. HAGA SS,
aug29 ltilASlw. Ti mstee.
jAJL ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for '. Preserv
ing purposes. junelO R. A J. Nl XOX.
.O RAH AM BREAD. Grs hm Bread for dispep
tics, can be had every other t ay at
BE. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE bOMPOTOI)
In Rfmnlyocrr all Mmxedia for tii Viiqatutf tAe irtr.
liytptpAa, JiAlatrcehunt' ami Infiamat'um the Sjk-ip.. I
Jlearuanti, Otitic Italalencr, Pilii, CtntUrjixtuniy .uZ, ,
disrates of the J'oreli, axl ruchxMieaMS'as aritt f rain a
disorder J itiU vf tit JSUmiMh, JArtrer Jimcelif, at
J$:roufa and Sore of avy kinil. For General Dt&iitttf', I
from trhick Ladies. freouefiSy ayfftr, tiitre it not it
.npn jnTemor of this'preparation was for three years g j
complete!): prostrated from Dyspepsia and fnactivity-ol
tbe Liver tliat he was frequently for weeks at a' time unabusfo t
raio himself from his bed. He soutrlit aid from rihvsiciaus I
at home and in Europe, but in vain;- his case was pronounced j
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he su,
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing mej. i
icine, his success jn sucli cases has been unrivalled. He '
lias been aware of the incredulity of the nuhlie. and ennsr.
fluently said nothin? tliroun-hthe nress of his own cass-
until the cliaracter .of the medicine was Mly-icstablisiiqd,
by its success, as shown fcy the certificates which have oeen
1 subjoin the certificite QfitProtJI. Gabbhist, of Memphis,
T4nn., with whom, I often advised during" the time ofmy
MctapirB, Tenn., Aprilir,lS.'32;
I hereby certify that I liave been acquainted with Dr,'J
N. Bledsoe and $uneyeahi-.ago-he asteiluced I cet-.eve
lowerthanl haveevercen anypne.that afterwards recover
ed, withjvhat I supposed to be liyspepsiaand Liver .aflection,,
and aflef trying' ther&iescrjptlonsot many Phi rsicians in this"'
as well as other countries, without feliofj'ba finally sncecded
with a. preparation of his own in being -restored to good
healtk , ' 4 ,. , MjGABBERTylL I); -
P-ysfdans are' requested o try fliii preparation. "Vfe. :
leeisaiiMiea limit sustain the character we give toitin tins
no-rsvuxa January 12. 18.ri2.
Dn. Bledsob:-I take fhe liberty and fell it.loi be my duty
to recommend tq all persons suuering from.'diseast, of the
Stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 years ; bad been under
medical, treatment about five veare fbr Uyspensia and diar-
-1... I.,.. 1 : l a. .1. l x- i ? t
. .i ucu uv uj muiyst ucspaimi ol uis recovery i con
cluded to try vour .-Iterative, two bottles of n Inch, 1 believe,
euiireij curcu mm. uiv.uu VJAijUJi.
nDSTsynxt, Oct. jr,lS51.
Dit. Bledsoe Some time has elansed since! pave a ceil
tificate iHat my wife had been greatlv benefited by your
Alterative" Compound. I now take pleasure in saying ta
uiepuunc, tnatmy wue nau lor mree or four jears been
ubjectto the worst kind of -spells' of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I bad tried of several whom I thought to be
the bent physicians in the place and a great many-differen.
medicines, "with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound."I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her ; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suffering froth' diseases ofthe
uveranauyspepsio. K.u. ttuatiirsua.
liirsTsvrtiE; Septra, 1951.
Dn.Bi.r0!: Havine-seen the nuhlfcatlon of vour Alter
ative Compound, I think itmydutr tesiy to the public, thai
I had been for years subject to spells of 'Cramp Colic, in lti
worst lorm; luatl uau,tneu almost even, thing that is gt
ven byphysicians, and neverfund any thing that nould ccr
tainly relieve me, ntil I fried the abova medicine, which has
relieved me in every attack in less than nri hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
. Gilis Cocsrr, Tenn., Dec5, ISpl.
Da. Bledsoe: I feel that I should fall short of my-duty
to you and tq those who are afflict ed, were I. .not. to . further
n-commend your Alteratfve Compound. It has entirely re
liijved me, so that I have not had cause to take anything in'
two months. I can eat anvthinir I want with impunity, and
b;Iieve my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age..
aoma i eversuuerjroin ayspepsia agim i anau oe sure to
ctll on you. I am very respectlullr vourfriend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.
Huxtstil-.-; Ala, August 24,!1S51.
This is fo certify, that I Iiad suifered for many years with.
Dvsnensia and Diseases of tlie Liver. Physician "after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without mv receiving any ben
efit, when I coinuieuced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon ol hers of my acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAROTHERS.
Hcstsville, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Vl T I r r- rva o Rid- 7 1 i . I r.! r. i . fVntn 4Ka feir i!fi.itaa m.
have already advertised, it will Ce almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regdrd to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I must sav, that for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia anil enlargement ofthe spleen,
and thought that I'never would recover. I commenced tak
ing yourcoinpound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or 30 pouuds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
lini-.ll- y-rt n
uajiti j. uurr.
K3The above medicine is forsale in every Drurr Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEX-
DKRSuOTT, General Agent, for wbolesaleing theined-
icins. lPnee-l perpiut nottie. novia ivutr
DR.tASK'S 1LAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. YVIXTERShad lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years;' by the use oi'tiree hot
ties of the ilagmtic Ointment, had 'his hair entirely re
ttorei, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town. 14 years of 'aire, had
b?en atUicted with the Asthma from his cradle lie had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, witliout avail. It was one of
tlie mutt aggravated cases 1 ever saw; lus was emaciated ai-
mo.-At a skeleton. Bv the ue of a few hot ties of tbe'Ohit- 1
mentUe rasthorouglUycuretl, and for seven mouths past has I
enjoyed robust health. '
'ibis was, an extreme case 01 tnjiatnmat07. of the spleen,
of long standing; has a vai iety of treatment trpm no less thau. 1
eufM ditlereut physicians, witnout receiving benent was
cured bv the use of only four bottles' of the Magnetic Oint- 1
meat This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dud- )
ham,) is still iu good health, and able to attend to her, usual I
household duties. I have treated two cases of ChronieSore
Byes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly '
lUnd, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place: One of them had beau afflicted 18 yearSj the. other
about, years. They had tried the best pbysicians in the
State, without bcneiil; and one of thorn had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for t
cigb4en months, and had expended hundreds of dollars' in
yam ilorts to effect a cure. They are now by use of tlie :
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quife cured; an are able to j
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the ,
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and iu no case has it '
failed of qiting immediate relief aiul generally a jxrmantnl
cure. I have also used it beneficially m severe cases' of Ery
sqielas. And last but not least, I have witliin the last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of tho Mayiutic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly evety
disease for which it is recoraiaended, I can confidently re-'
commend it to be one of tbe nio-t useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours. ,
.MORTON UUBBELL, M. I).
Dated Jan 27, 1 S50, Amelia, Ohio.
The characterof this Ointment as an efficient remedy, is
established in this citv. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their 1 -storation to health la tbe use of
this extraordinary .Ointment
For sale by IL G. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEMOVILLE,
maj 6 CARTWBIQIIT A ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOUtT
No. 5 Clab- Siiiect. Nasuville. Tesx.,
Xextd-yor to H. S. French's Grocery Warehouse, and op
jMsite Jforris & Strattoii's
A LL kinds of carriages forsale, with harness rvOREy
f to suit. All work sold by me is made at
the Claik Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will bo
sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good cotes, as any work
made Aortli or 4t.
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. inarl..
IHAA'E this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu.
siness my son, "A. C. SIARCH. The business, in future
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March A Son. AH
persons indebted, to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. D. MARCH.
rT Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
ia2 J. 1. SIARCH A SOX.
LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paving
the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per
sons at a distance having warrants to sell byscudiog to us
by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest
prices at which they arc selling at the time in Nashvilie, and
the cash remitted or paid to order.
july21 DYER PEARL A C01
' BEN. M. NOELA- CO. "
GROCERS, AND COMMISSION. RECEIVING A1TD
Ami Dealers in Foreiguand Domestic litquors,
C O L L EGF STREET.
R. F.BELL. , .
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving, Forwarding and
Commission Merchant, ' -
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
HERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Mnsic and
TEnua. One Dollar n Lesson, payable quarterly.-Lelfere
Idressed as above, will meet witn prompt attention. 1
fcb 2 ly
.C CAB-TO. Wir.TKaRT. J.C.DEW
CARUTH, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS IB HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.'
154, iiarlft St.avd 25, Merchant St., Philadelphia
"estAblishedIfoe ten YEAHS-
'("'', '"1 '
DUR. Goods are selected nndf purchased by ourselves,
. with greit care ia the best- tnarkbfs. which euiblca us
fo sR low tor CAilL. Our Candied are AVARRAXTED W
Keep dry; and we sell a cheap us any house in the coun
try. Toys, PoiketCutlery, Pistol.-, Revolvers andSelf-
coc-aiig ; spnimu Cigar.s Arc., &c. july 26 tf.
SLNGEE'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEDLE PEEPEl.-
Sxured hy Jwo Distinct l'atctits.
rplIESE extraordinary Machines hare had numerous di
1L hlomas and medals awarded to t!iDms tlie liest Sew
ing JIachin'e- ever devised. Thev now form one ofthe must
attractive features of tho- Great Exhibition at tbe Crystal ;
Palace in XewY'qrk: '
l tie propnttors having perfected their great manufactory
lnXewYork, are now able to produce tho Machines at a
cheaper rale, raid have datennined to give the benefit to the
pubhc,hyrednc:ng tlie price $25. Hereafter tliese unri
valled Machines will be sold at either ofotir Tegular offices,
8100 Cadi, without Deduction or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities of these Machines' for nil the
work of the ClOthfer. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler,
Carriage Trimmer, Cap Maker, arid Corset Maker, it is un
necessary to speak; Tne character ofthe inachiicsftfrthese.
branches' of business is established, and they ure known
and admitted to bche most perfect insfrumentsfonthe pur
pose ever devised. The clear profit on each machine is
from 5oO to $1000 a year, depeudiug on the fineness and
difficulty of tha work done. We deMrt to call'YIicpirticu
lar attention of Shirt and Collar Mamifucturer tti our ma
chine'for Mitcliinji line linen and cotton mods. We can
satisfy any person interested that no other machine h-s ever r
none or can down iud of stjlcliing perfectly. The price of
the machine includes, the necessary articles for using.
When-ordered theyare.packed, complete for immediate use,
and fall nrinled instructi jns for nsinw an fnnii-lip.l
Eitl)er of the Express Conrpamesor Merchants. visiting
l.J, .! i.Luumi. nrtlAAu l 1 ll- 1 ..
.. i- ... uu. uiiaicuj auoiu a cuuicuieufc
medium forpurcliasing mechinc.
Principal Office, No. 323 Broad way. H. Y.
ao. 2ol asmngton'bt ISnston.
X"o.57 South -Ith St Pbiladebhia.
No. 155 Baltimore St.. Baltimore.
No. 197 Elm St., Cincinnati. ,
L M. SINGER A CO.
jr. If. Burrow's I'atent Plantation
THIS Mill iliCers from all others In the construe lion of
the upper or Runnlnt; Stone, which Is composed of
French liurr Blocks, enclosed In a cult Iron Case, which
forms the back and hoon of tho Stona with - Cast Iron Eve. or
Bash, than Is ofgreater external diameter at the bottom that
a me top, wnicn is aecurea tome back uy ronr Dolls, so mil
every block Is la the form ofa dove tall, which jrtves greater
strength to a Stone thanany other method which is required
In small mills, where the atone Is run with great speed, and
uecomesuangerous irnoi strongly maue. unu&eivoj any
weight to a stone of small diameter that la required without
haviDj ltthlct or high, that makes it top hen y.
This mill Is a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, In
the form ofa busk, with Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, King
Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grinds uiion tbe same
principle as a larj. mill, differing only !n the Runner Stone;
this being of great wetghtenables It to grind nearer the cen
ter a greater quantity ofgraln with lei-s power than any other
mill 110 tr in use. This mill Isportable,andmay beattached
to steam", water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Erench BarrMill Stones. mannt-Ctnred
on the same principle.
josepn 11. Burrows, 01 uincicnau, ir ma inventor, isr
which be obtained Letters Patent In 18K. Foralllnfringe
ments the iiurchaser will be held responsible for the rich t
.ThesA-IIllsdonOtreqalreaMIllrlgbtto sutthemup; and
allthatl.cecesary to put thorn In operation, Is to attach a
hand U the poller on the spindle, with a drum suSlciently
large to ran a twenty-four Inch Mill 240 revolutions per
mluutfi. ntt-rhf.il to Hln. Klpiiin i nr Water- Pavnr. Hvtha
.ieady application of two harse power tho Mill will grind six
10 a Doaueis per nouror goou mean ana win grinu wueai
as well as corn. The .thirty Inch mill, 1f put to It fullest
speed, wlit grlndfrpm ten to fifteen bushelsper boar.
These mlllsare-warratited lobe In every respect as recom
mended. DiKtcTioKS roa Usixa- llaco yourmlllabdatSOfeetfrom
the Driving Pulley la a. level positionv make lh belt of
leatherjlx or eight Inches wide. Give ihe StoneStO revolu
tions a, .minute with thon. Keep the neck and step of
the spindle wellolted. Place tho-Uron: th baekr 6t the
Banning itone,in thesamewayas the Cross on the- Drivor,
that. Is, the way they are trtcinied to run.
liefer toTho.Pattersoli,I-aq.orirahland cotthty, Ohio,
Jess-Real, l'.sq., or Clinton county, Ohio; U. S. llradbnrj,
Esq , of Cincinnati, and number of others.
AH ordeisdirete4to . JOHN E. BO-MAX,'
X:52 Broadway, Xashyilla, Agent ror Mlddleand East
Tennessee", or J. H. BURROWS,
Jan 264. tr-w. & w. ly- "West Front st.Ctn.O,
U.JIVERS-TY OF LOUISIANA. MEDICAL DEPART
MENT. TnE Annual Course of Lectures in this Depertment will
commence 00 M0XDAY, Xovember 14, and wfll ter
Jajjls Joses, M D, Professor of Practice. "
J L Riph-ll, M D, Pnifessor of Chemistry.
YYabsek Stoxe, M D, Professor of Surgery; '
A fll Cexas, M D, Professor of Obstetncs. . "
A J WEDontBCB-i M D, Professor of Anatomy. . ,
UCSTavas A moTT, -I u, rroiessor 01 Jia-anaaieuica.
Tiiom-3 Hi-XT. M D. Professor
Of rliysioiogy aua j-auioiogy.
COE-VELICS C. BEAEt), il 1), I
SaulixP. Cuorm,-d D, (
ti, r..-ii;..-(:nr!!i 1,0 nnpnimin ibi. lliinl -fnn.
iv in October to the First of April
The Faculty areVisitins-Physicians and Surcecms of the
Charity Hospital, and attepdtliis institution from November
to April. The Students accompany the Professors in their,
yisits, and thus enjoy' extraordinary practical advantages,
free of expense.
There are one thousand patients prescribed for .daily in this
The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in
the year. THOMAS HUNT, M. 11' ,
augvl wSm , Dean-
NAsnviLiE. Jnne 2, 1853. ..
Col. L. P. CniArnAvi: ZW .Sir; I have 'been-' using
be " Reaping and Mowing Machine" patcnieuted by Manney
of Illinois, which you are now offering to the citizeus of.Tcn-nessee-
Itis a ricsT rate labor savkcSIacuine. 11 works
i-r.-r -n.l .ipiiifr .Tim -mimntVjf rift-day will depend
nrincirrallv upon the speed of the team. !f Ihe team can f
on the peed of the team. :t tne team can
les per hour, it will Reap otilow, fiflecn acres
11 is entitled to the confidcuce of Ihn imhhc
IfiiHy , , XfcJI,'iV,'-.l
it . ? . 1 1 f.urt ..r ill" STlipIliy.
ravel iour nines
1, - -1. 1,
n tea hours.
T T. V ltn-lfrr nnnS innln'nr the farm O 111'. Slielhy,
make the following statement; We liavehadfor more than
one week, one or Col. Cheatham's mowing npd reaping
machines. we havctried it in clover and grain blown Mid tan.
gled and 1 now state that it mows and cuts cleaner thau the
sythe blade, and that it will mow per day as much; as 14
hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres tier day.
jnne29-fAw. J-F- ui;ADIi..
fTAIITION TO GINNEItS OI-' UUTTO..
T f"? TlT1 'l V I To' en it Z r State' or twelvSyi-
1 f. JolnSh?rn old, which ha a scar on both shoulder, caused by warts,
OMrations5vtnumes.Iamsbsfi ,,Ah ,til for t an. is sli.nl Wiind, is quick in gait, artcUfeps shof. holdJ
ne season is adva.Ki.ng, I .iJM for a bne head, is u.,k very much -bove- theeves and inclines
$200. lul.tllt.AIUA.1l. '......-..i.,.' Tl, ..1,..-.. ..r.-l .if VIVPYtmit.l.ARst
i.iaii inc. a ...-
THE undersigned dealers in and manufacturers of Cot- I ile, and as I am determined to sell, these wishing to pnr
ton, hereby give notice to all persons offering Cotton to ) chase will do well to make early application. rcseu
them for sale, uiav it mini u iih..cu hi su-ii u. uiii.i ..
the samples drawufrom the edge of the bale will fairly rep-
resent the quality and condition of the whole bale; other-
wise" they will clahn, from the teller Qr trjvner, as dmages,
the difference between the actual worth, jatihe time the fact
. . . , T .1 " ' I .1 III. .,11 a.id.l in.
IS asceiuuueii, uuu 111. ungual cusi, i.iiu n -.ji--.
curred previous to detection, and the cost of returning the
cotton should it be returned. And furthermore, that we
will whenever a palpable case of fraud in packing cottoals
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers nt
this city, with the names ofthe seller, owner and ginner.
The undersigned are compelled to this course by the fre
quent cases of fraud detected iu irater and falsely packing
cotton resulting frequently in heavy Ioses to the owner,
and will If continued, lower tbe character of JS'asbville Cot
ton, and thereby iniure those who pack cotton honestly
' ANDREW ALLISON. Agent,
I . . Tenn. Manufacturing Co. Lebaima.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A LO
OT Sycamore Mills.
J0IIXS0X A WE-VVpit .
- ' J. A R. YEA-MAN;, ; ,
.. tc DEERVIIROIIIER-V , .
A ,1 , AllsooiaMannrwtnnngCo'. -
A , HAMILTON'. - 1
GEORGE CR0C1-ETT. , , ., ,
-JOHNSON, HORXE A CO. ,
P. E B00XE:
UEXRY T. YEATMAN,; n
Ji rl -
angi twAw 3m.
,1 . 'j . ..tjAZEj-YOITDEE AND 'ADMLEE i '
f WIZARD SlMJLLf f - ' '
1 Aswe.slialljmcaver and reve'Mo th.-ailmfrinsf world '
lowledgsmoie.starlling -rpre-guant with mora blossiogstl
f iiiru iii i icsuiis iuuiv luiexcsuc io ioc nurnaii family
j .iiuti me. . - . n
BURXIXG OF THB EPUESIAX DOME,
having for its basis xarutsAi, ii.uprrxsss li' and erolvinj in
its details gems of thought richer than the Boon of Free-
4 tiuui more vaiaiow- to "unborn generations Uuui the
uisoiTcryoi grayiiauqn Dy the fall of the
APPLE OX MILT-OX'S HEAD.
The Golden SandsofSan Louis Potosi npd Attstnlis; tlie
translucent lascraus and dazzling- Wealth of King Schah-a-m&n.all.ull
aiuj k and lose their spieiijor before
iu, iRic-iraA.'vr trcx.
- Prises SM-in AvjiiHft
$8.j,003 shld in Package fo tiissippf':
20,000 sold to a aubm Tennessee. ;
IfnJ-S 0;i-'?,n,f9ln,tia South tarolina.
15,0iT.Jsold m Package MTiolcsftnKenruckv:
c--,vuv sum ia racsage loiieorgia. - I .
1 10J0O0sonitoaClBl,inOhi--. '
j tl2,ooospld to a new Correspondent -in New York.
1 'f-iOOOSold'tO ft Ladv in Air4nia
$5,000, sold in Pacfcasu to Pemrtf lvnf '
rorunlliant Prizes, alwavsniail your order-. . ,.
' Z-m I'YFD.A;C0.,A. LijH,ire4,jLubmre,
-ET-Tlie most si'ririit imIvt A nr
Purchase a Pachiffe.'fTha exjxrience of every day strength
"iVBrar.. ivonl as-FdiT at P$fer & Cos.
. Ffnvard your qniers withont deliv !
Splendid Scltenies for Sept., 1853.
. I3TTh? Certificate Priees of packages Of quarter tickets
Datc -i Canital
Price of Price of
io ..OS. .
7i Iiw. ,
. 13 drawn
.14 drawn i
12 drawn '
IS drawn '
14 drawn i
T?iir-iviniT. r.-,.-. 1 in r-.. 1 .. .. 1 . . v . .T .
mailsafter the lotteries are drawn.
rrspoudent will please, order a few days before
. toe lotteries are draivn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
.who order by ths Package, and the chances of drawing four
ofthe largest Prizes in the Scheme, an" thereby secured-.-We
advise the purcnase if Packages of Tickets in erery in
stance."' JBankDraflsorCeitlficafesof Deposit payable in Gold
,M sight, will be promptlyremi'tted tothose CorrespondenU
who draw prizes at PY'FBR A COV.
'"Remember A Package or Ticxrr. can draw rocn-.
oi me masi spieiiaiu prizes in a scheme.
' 3In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate-'
y after the result is known, the readers of this paper have
only to remit casli Draft. or prize tickets, to tbe Old Estab-
i-hed, far famed and trulv wrtniate Exchange and Lottery
Rrokers, " FYFK1- A CO.,
s.ptl 1m No 1 Light street Bahimore.Jld.
VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AND FARM FOR SALE.
rr"HE Nibscriber would call tlie attention of tliose who
JL wish, to embark in the Iron business, also tliose who
wish to owna handsome and fertile form, to the following
property which he offers forsale.
lst. Jackson Furnace and lands, say about 250O acres.
This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county,
Tennessee, and tbe stack is the largest in the State, beiug
47 fret high- The furnace, except the stack, is cow being
rebuilt, and will be ready to put iu blast by the 1st or Xo
vember. The route of the North Western Railroad, as. toir
jreyed, passes immediately by the Furnace. The ore I4 un
surpassed, and the timber and gronntt admirably adapted
Also, Belleview Furnace, and about 3600 acres of land,
iacludingthc Dickson ore bank. This Furnace is on Jones'
Creek, about three miles Sonth cf Charlotte. There is a
good water pmver. and also good farming lands attached to
Also, the Valley Forge on Jones' Creek, and about 37,
00 acres of land. The tall is 28 feet, aud the head ef water
immense. There are some very fine farming lauds, in this
tract and it is altogether a most desirable location.
Also, tlie MiU Creek prbperty and Duck River ore bank
in Hick man county, Tennessee. The Mill-Creek sites, of
which there are five or six, present the best water powers
forthe size of the stream that can be found in any country.
The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest deposite. of ore in
the State, and the ore can bo procttred with less labor than
at any bank in the country. It is within huh" a mile .of
Duck" River, and the lands around are covered with' the
best coaling timber.
Also, the Lnwer Ttmnel, at the Narrows of Harpeth, in
Davidson county, Tennessee, with teu acres of land for
builiiugs and machinery. It isnnnecest arv to speak of the
water power at the Narrows, of Uarpeth. It is known to
every one, and twenty.five years of experience enable-i the
Snbscribcrtospeak with certainty of its great benefits, and
usefulness. It is, indeed, only tube seen to be appreciated.
lastly, my Williamson Farm, on which I now reside, and
wbjch lor beauty and fertility is second to none Tlie house
is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descrip
tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also
by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles
from Nashvill and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow
farm," watered by Little Harpeth, and the best evidence of
its quality is the nay produced on it this year, which all
who have seen it, pronounce it tbe best they have ever seen.
It is altogether one of the most desirable tarms for beanty
and prolitthat is in the South-west It contains about. 500
Tlie above property is offered forsale, not for the purpose
of profit or speculation, hut simply from tho fact that the
subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of
the care, nece-sarily incident to so much real property lo
cated at different points, and renders hun .unable to give it
that personal airention. which it requires.
uAny oue wishing, to purchasa any of the above prr-porty
will pleas'ecall onthe subscriber ut his residence, or ad
drcs him at Good Spring P. 0., Williamsou eventy. Ten
ueesee. nugltl 4m M. BELL.
Cincinnati Enquirer will publish the above until the 1st
of January, 1S54, and send bill to this oflice.
"ATJ-GROES 1'OR S ALE. The subscriber has sev
1 cral famihia of Negros that ho will sell tit private
sale to person residents in this State, sud who intend to
keep tnem met cm . i.esmcnce on tne ra-tille anil . rank
lin Turnpike, 11 miles from Nashville SI. BELL,
augvl Int., - .
"1 " AXAWAY from the subscriber on the Mght of 1
JLVi the 3rd inst., his ngn boy AMOS. He isabout
0 cars of ae. 5 feet ! ur 10 inches hi-'hand wieighs
nbou'l.V) lHiiiiids." He is a bright mulatto, ha straigut
liairuud Irlnc eves, and will no doubt attempt to pass him- I
fciI" nsn-wuiw -man. jiewasraiseu uya.nr. ci.ev. 01
Stiaitaiihtug District nnd was pnr-liased by Capt. James
l,oi;i-s ol i-ul-iioui;-li. 11. nets prooaoiy itir-mg iu
., , v r.r. r .1 . r. 11 . : .- .
will.be given forthe oppreliensU'n . of tbe boy and horse;
Ihe boy to bo lodged m anv 1a.1I m the it
f . .1 - , 'II II, ... I- t.F
Shite. All expenses,
for keeping tlie horse will III so be paid.
iewberi-T,h. u. July,
W: G. XEEL.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
WISH In sell the Farm 00 which 1 resi.ie. 5i tf.
; r-j,,, Xash
1 0.MiUll Tmiipike, o
; w,e.lijrrwl,Vh is
' lion, and ihe other 1,
. . .. . .
niiicji from Xashville. on the main Louisville and '
containing about isO acres of good Land,
cleared and in a li'gh sute ot cuiuva
riairof wood land, cood water a there
i in tin riiiititr. am! : lenty of it. The imvrornmcnta con
sist of al.rge aud commodious Dwelling, Kitchen, Wash
Room moke House, Cistern, Ice House, Negro Cabins,
Spring House, Bams, Cribs, Ac, Ac Also, a line Orchard
of 12 acres, with every variety of fruit, trees, I will sell the
wliole, or if desired, I will sell V- to 13." acres, inclu1ini(
all the' improvements, springs, Ac The Louisville Rail
road runs through tbe Tract. It is seldom desirable a
re-idenea and farm, at convenient to the city, is offered for
1 an lu given ni uuy imiu uy mo 01- ui -v -s. - - . .
.ing crop. I will if desired 'sell all my stock or any pari : "
tbe purchaser, also most of my house-bold '"".'iSSiv
I birc, tpt4 lpt A. -J"11-'
ERB'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AND 1NDEPEN
tiuvt OflRW CHOPPER.
4- ?, ili irfect as a STRAW AND CORN
?rTT G SUCHIXK. U has given entire satUfartion to
everyone whobas used it and is thomost Superior machine
?n ni. for the purpose for whicb it w desigitet. It Is Sim
n!e in all its parts, durable and easily kept in order. It Is
Llf-freding. and ily worked by a boy 12 years of age.
It wilt cut straw or com m tlie shuck fronihalf mch to
three inches in length. Slany certificates riiight he pns
duced from Farmers wlio have rrsed them, tn prove tLeir
superiority over any other straw and com cutler now in
use. Persons, needing such an article, may rest assured
tliat in it they will find a valuoble.scqnisition to their farm
The subscriber has greatly extended his means formin
uracturing' these machines, and he now solicits for them
the attention of the public, and the farmers, and planters
particularly, or the South and West. He will hereafter ba
able to fill all orders rapidly, aud ensures all machines to
do the work for which they are designed.
Being the inventor and patentee, and sole proprietor, he
frill dispose or rigbHcr counties or States on reasonable
terms, to any Sfechaniq who may wish to manu-actiire them,
land will furnish one set of casting for patterns.
. rep7 em JOHN E. ERR.
DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET S6vrirvi
' ' OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYiUClIx
- r'Uhr.lortielh Eilition, With Oue
, A-.. Hundml Ergravings showing;
JJiseaw ahd IfalSirmations ofthe
. iioiarv System in ererr ihape and
term. To whif!. u -,i.i.i . t,i.-. ;
ej&eose-of Females, beiug of 5
...jv-w uiiponance to marned !
tr . v,r i.iV. ""empiatinjr nwr- ;
:, i-uirr oe asuaroej to pre-
to Ins clnfd. It may save him Inm
an early grave. Let no young man
or woman enter into the secret ob'u.
x-uuu ui uiamace me withnnt ..!-. ... t--t--
and the who!6 traut of iiespectic sensations, and given w
b7 thJ,rJSP'?aD' anoth-rmoment without consultint
the --isCULAPILS. Havethe married, or those aboat to
bemamed', artrinipediment, read this trnly usei'cl book, ss
it has-been th nmuis of injr thousand of unforraT-ili
creaiur.-s from the very jaw of deatli.
' 5?f. An v person sending' TWEXTT-FIYE CENTS en
closed macr. will receive one copy of this- wjrkbrnsail:
or fire copies will be sent tUr One Dollar.
' AddrcH fpost-paid,, DR. WJL Y0CXG,
.WarchlS )y So. l.2 SjrweM. Phi&i&lpMtt.
It. R. jR. NO FAIN KIM-KR.
TO KILL PAIN tve must paralyse the nerves, or In olher
worxh. nroducea oolMrt t narttn -t.;-i.
, , ... . - 1 ...-. .. U (.
Ltuera at plied.
Fain is :tn unnatcra sensation, arisini- ft -n in;,,-
or disease which, bemg transmitted along tha nerve to
the brain, .jives an uneasy perception to ihe mind.
Remedies recommended to Kill Paly, or Pits TT.rr r-
are either producers of Paralysus or thev are not what ther
are recommended for. If the sufferer of pain is to undergo
aspcnionofviUlity,crif the unfortunate ara or leg; or
'fthe part ofthe body suffering- the tortures of pain, is to
suffer an attack cfDaralvsis. wb think the th rpmtr mmt
be-worstthan thedisease. And.ifi'jin is ob Killed,
then the nerres that transmitted this iruitinn n.l th
senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also.
If, on the other hand, it li not a "pain hOr,"iX la & mis-
--i., mm u4 muifciu auveruseu-cni claims Ioriu
Itadway'ii Ready Relief does not Kiu, pain, but
it subdues its'paroxytsms and relieves the sufferer from all
painful and uneasy 'sensations. IUdway's Ready Relief is
quick In its action it instantly relieves, and immediately
alter ets about remoriug the cause ofthe pain, it soothes
and cutei, it reheves.and removes the troubling cause, and
hence the joy it infuses.
R. It. R. -.Its Two Actions. The primary action
qf Radway 's Ready Relief is, to allay the effects cf any pain
ful causes that the hmuin system mar be visited with.
It secondary action is; to remove the cause itself; thi it
wQl immediately accomplish, tor it is sa powerful in action
so quick and effectual, that tbe moment it is applied or taken
the painful paroxvisi-s are relieved, and the unsound carta
made whole, slrobg, healthy and vigorous.
External Fains Rheumatism. Radwav's Readr
Reliefapplied externally to the parts where the pain is felt ,
will instantly allay the paroxvisms, scatter the cause, crths
cmyesteil drposits, wi.'.-A eatise tlu i, and, In a few mo
msntsthe sufferer will be quite easy, lfthe altacic Is re
cent a few applications- will cure it.
If Chronic, Radwav's Renovating Resolvent nsad tit
connection-with the Ready Relief, is certain to cure Rheu
matism 111 its must aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Sciatic nervous, muscular or inihunatorr itbr wouildtful
cases of IUieuiuatlsm, enred by R. R. R. IUmcdie se
Radway s family Friend lor the' month of March, 1353 a
and the imuatural irritations instantly subdued by a simple
application ot'.R. lt-Ke)iel'.
Sick Head Ache. R. R. It wilt :a all cases cure this
distressing complaint. Its aut actd properties wbeu taken
into the stonzicli, will neutralize the aeid. and make tin
Stomach clean, and the breath sweet
Its counter-irritant efficacy, wilt produce a reaction whea
applied to the head, end invigorate and enliven, end rtfrttih
Internal Pain. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the system
while it Ls mid.r the Influence ol' these maladies, will, in a
moment, yield to the sootliinjj and pain-relieving efficacy ot
the R. R. Relief. It allays irritation, it -rrests spasmodio
action, it neutralizes tbe pol-onous miasma that causes these
painful and weakening cUscliarges; it enlivens and inrigor
ates with wanntli aud strengtu the cold, cramped, aod
shrivelled limbs and joints, and restores each member and
organ or the body to a healthful and vigorous cocdttnu
ld way's Ready Relief; and each of the R. IL R. Reme
dies, are made from the active properties of medicines. -Nothing
iuert or inactive enters their composition, so that
the sysient is not clogged with worthless and inert matter
In conclusion we would remind ihe reader that Ssdway
Ready Roliel relieves the sufferer from pain 1 not kills,) and
cures or removes all imnaturaf causes of Rheumatic, Neural
gic and Nervous.or painful cbaraeter.
Radwav's Regulators, prepared from the active p-inciptj
alone of Medicinal Herbs, Ivoots, Pljnbt and Gums, will reg
ulate and keep in a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of the body. They wijl
cure costivness, indigestivness, iudigestion, dyspepsia, on J
all billions annphiints and levers.
Tlie ladies will find Radwav's Regulators the very best rcr
ulator uf the system, in assisting tardy nalnra in the div
charge of her monthly duties. Xo griping puiDs or -icknesa
at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to alt wu .
take them a pleasant and easy discharge of the offals of th
Radwav's RenovatingRcsoIvent, is a powerful resolveeof
all diseased deo.sits that have been lying is tha syttent fur
years. A puriiyerof the blood and a "renovator of tht whole
For further information of the wonderful pi-reis!iS
and curative poners of tbe R. R. Remedies, the publiO .i
referred to ourmanthly publications, or Guide tobeallh,Cil'
pies of which can be had gratis by addressing us at our H.
It It oflice.10- Folfbn street. New York.
' - KADWAY A CO.,162 Foltcm st N. Y.
R. R. R-, for. sale by Druggists generally.
. 1 J. M. 7-bDIERMAN.
Wtiolesale Agent for Tennnessee.
MAXDF1ELDS A CO, Memphis.
HODGIX, WELLS A JOHNSON,
And Druggist and Merchants everywhere.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER,
THE great-Remedy forRheumattsm.Gout pain In the Sid
Hip, Back, Iambs) and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil
White Swcnings, Hard Tumors, btiff Joints, and ill fixed
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain canm.i
These Plasters possess. tbe advantage of being put up tn
air-tight boxes; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli-mai-s.
"Tliis. celebrated Tain Extractor has been so extensively
used by Physicians and the people in general, both in thin
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say anv
tiling about it Yet there may be some, who stand in need
of its healing powers who have not yet tried it For their
sokes we win simply state what it has done in thousand of
cases, and ' what it will do for them when triad.
A VOICE FR0JI GEORGIA.
Read the following testimony from a Physician.
Gext-uiex. Yuur Hebrew Plaster has cured me of pain
of which 1 1-tve suffcr-d fbr twelve years past During tins
period I labored under an affliction olmy loins and sub), and
tr:ed many remedies ina. myown -aeuiou penenceog-
i, .. .......--- .- . q -
l'l .-lr nml nm nowbv its uodd effect- entirely curvd.
will re-ommeiid the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all
who are suff.riiirfrom contraction ofthe musdes, crpemuk-
X ncnt pains iu the side or back.
me people 011 ieorgia nave our, 10 oecoms acquaimeu Wil
ts virtue when they win resort to its use.
Yours, truly, SI. W. WALKER, 51 P..
Forsythe, Monroe comity, Oa.
To Messrs. Efcoyil A Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH
Slrsrcs. Fcovt & Mead: I have been rroobled with tne
dironicrheri-ti5tn,)rtbeUsttwlvey--r. On th-lsto-fuly
18-1-, 1 was so bad that I could not turn myself In bed,
and the pain so's.vere that I had not sltpta wink fortix days.
At this timcmy attending Physician prescribed the "Hebrew
Plaster.'" and it acted lite charm; the pain left me and I
slent more than half of the rugbt, and in threw days I ws
atfe tl ride 1 consider th! "Hebrew Plaster th. be,t
remnlr fur all sorts of painsuow in use.
remeily for an son- r 0 McMJX-J".
Heirfrrs-nville, N. C- Aug. IS, 1350.
mt- EST -3T 3T V3 EST
Beware of counterfeits and ba-e imitations t
ff"The genuine wiU iufaturo have the sign.ti-rsE.
Tavlor on the steel plete engraved label oath, lopofeich
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit or this ar
icles is in existence.
The getmtne is sold only by us, and our agents appointed
hrcoghont the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell it.
Dealer, and purchasers generally are cautioned against buy
ing of but our regular agent.. Otherwise they will be impos
ed upon with a worthless article.
For. -ale by SC0VIL A SIEAD,
111 Chartres street. New Orleans.
Genera) Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
ailorders musiueaaaresseu. &
EWIN. BROWN A Co., i. asr. mi., Tana, -v
. . .... .... i....im J . . .,
Yi. w. a. j. a. nr.--" ' .
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co- do;
OAimVRIGHTA ARMSTRONG, do,
TH01L-S WKLLS, do,
11. O. SCOVEL. do.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
Tni'ihoTH llOTELlsnowonCjr therveeptionor -ji
pro vT AXDTIA-Sl--STB0AR)1i'-t
Th - Ion" cstabHslied and wefl-known House has under.
r, . thorough alteration througlioot, and furnished wfth
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market a-brds: and the Proprietor trustsby a sntematio
ours. both with servants and the regulations, ofthe house
oviU'raUv. be will be enabled"-, give entire stisfction to
bn29 lytrw 3SOi W, SPEAR
QMS imwsln rdi