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companied with the cash.
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW rPLASTES.
THE great remedy for rheumatism, gout, pain in th'e side
hipback, limbs, and joints; scrofula, kings evil, white
t swellings, hard tumors, stiff joints, and all fixed pams wliat-,
rcr- W'Jiere this plaster is applied, nam canuot exist ;
These plasters possess the advantages of being put up in
.3ir5iit boxes: heace they retain their full virtues m all
dimatesT . .t'
Tliis cekbrated Pain Extracter has been so extensively
used by physicians and the people in general, both, in this
countryland Europe, that it is almost ncedlcsj to say any'
thin"-about it Yet tlicre mav be some who stand in need
a of its healing powers who have not yet tried it Por their
sakes we will Simply state whatit lias done in thousands of
cistis, and what it will do for them when tried..
HS"",ICK FK0U Geokgu. Read the following testimonials
rwm a physician :
ir" vni. TToVrow Plhstnr has cured me of pains,
A - V- . . - -
Iruich 1 have suuereu lor iweiveycarj pu 'b
Od, lhave labored under an ailliction in my loins anil
tliat ,mv own m sdical pxicn-
ence suggested, but without obtaining rein f. At length 1
used your Plaster, and am now, by its good Jxis, entirely
cured. I will "recommend the Jew David orilebrcw Plaster
to all who are suffering from contraction of the muscles, or
. s 1... -.1-
ljcrmancntpamsiu mesineor uaun
The people of Georgia have buttxi become ncqi . .nted w ith
its virtues when they wHlrett to its use.
A Yours truly, 31. W- TALKER, M. D
il 4 ' ForsyHie. Monroe mnty, ua.
o Me. Scovil & Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAfinS OR JIEBKKW PLASTER 73 2 ORTU
feSrs.ikarild-2had: 1 have been troubled with the
chro-icunutism for the last tvoire yeara. wu w i '
) 1 was so bad tnai l coiuu nuuuru
m ihnt I liml notslcnta wink for six
e iiaui su f.i"' : , . . ji.
. .'.i Tiiii-ijipisin.iire.cnbed tnc
Cars. Av mis inuc ui .Hi.!.,-,, r-j i - . .
"Jfcbi w Plaster," nnd it aeted like a charm ;-the pum left
t me. and 1 slept more uiu " ." .s..., - - 7
1 was able to ride out. I consider Ue Hebrew Plaster the
bostircincdv, for all sorts of pains jiow ' ,
mraeiuville, N. U., Aug. M, ISSa G. W. McMINN.
S f' yBjwAKi: or Countekfcitsaxi) RE Iiiitatio.'b!
The crenuine wm hi iuuu "t , - ,
LOR of theteel plate engraved label on the top of each
Snrchascrs are advised that a mean counterfeit of this, ar
'eififtS iu existence. . ,
!ra.,n.,nne is sold only by us, and by pur agents ap.
inomted thni.ig'.iouttheSouth-a.idno pe Mar is allow ea to
11 it. Dealers and purchasers generally arc cautioned
' aWint bimug of any but our regular accents; otherwise they
' will be imposed upon with a worthier artic.e.
115 Cliartrcs street, New Orleans, Sole General Agents for
tr the Southern States-to whom all ordersmust invana-
';IdbbyddreSSCEVIN, BROWN & Co Nashville, Tenn.
v"a - w. WT. & J- D. BERRY, do;
J. M. ZIMERMAN J: Co., do;
-0 c VRTWRIGHT & ARMSTRONG, do;
DAVID SAFFARRANS, do;
II. G. SGOVIL, do.
jvl2 dtww .
' COTTON LA1TDS IK ARKANSAS AT PUBLIC SALE.
WILL be sold at the court-house in .Helena, the county
seal of Phillip's county, on the third Monday, the
17th of Januarr next, being county court day commencing
ut-11 oclocif, a. in., tne lonowwg iw """f
I In toioufhtp 5 north, rttnie- S e,ist.
The northwest fractional quarter of fractional section f,
f-' - the north half of fractional section G, making altogether nine
Hundred and thirty-six acres in u body. It lies n .lellico
V Creek in St. Francis county, a most beautiful stream ot ncy-
er-fail'm" water. It is about seven miles northwest of Madi
W , the" county seat, three miles south of the nu. 1 froiu
Pv Meninhis to Little Rock, four miles west of the iijoad from
I & Helena to St. Francis, four miles from Lang tile river,
twelve miles irom .lucigeainrnK
rivtr, where the Memphis and Little Rock roadxroses, hav
f ing several improvcil farms wjthin a mile.
Township 4 norm, runye c.i.
West half of section 9, containing three hundred and twen-
riv? l.oirf.frarlional section IS. and the west half of
rS.iW.nl section l'J. making together a. tract of near six
fCfiuudrcd and seventy acres, n.iiessii
'iudjidjoins two improved farms.
. k '7i..,,-7,,,i n Btihtli. rantitl aL
3- A Cr.ll, l.olf nf action 1. m 1-111111)3 w"it;
A-72hree hundred and twcniy acics.
'JH11 VT,rp A nnrlli m f of -2! and southeast
. . . r. n nP mnrht hiinilm 1 acres.
Ull. -r .. " , .V l..lf.,f ... ,i rr.rn.
&oum nan vi
in"- a tract of six hundred and forty acres.
- I'orth half of section 35, three hundred and twenty acres.
Township 1 soulli, range 3 (ut.
Section 4 entire and the north half of 9,' making a tract of
cht hundred and ninety acres.
Section C entire, containing Ave hundred and iiinefy;fivc
Thc west half of section 8,. cornering on the foregoing
ihree hundred and twenty acres. .. - ,
, niiin nail oi suuiiuiiij, iuu
. .. . i i .-r o .1
lie Rock, near 15"g Creek, a brunch of White river, w.nch is
. . t ... . it... I.. .1... .-rt.. y f'fir 7 T.I ll milA
. ... . ...
naVlCaUle nUOUL nc unmuu in "it jcu-iui -v
frcm the nearest lauding on St. Francis river, a stream al
ways navigable for steamboats.
There are settlements adjoining or near, alb these tracts,
and that rciou of country ipon the peninsula formed by
the Mississippi and Wnlle rivers, and intersected by the
St Franeis and Big Creek, is destined to be one of the
.richest in America.
Towiu7i!d 3 south, rami. A. eagt.
South half of scctuiii 12, containing three hundred and
acres oi iirsi-niie jiississinjn ooiioiii luuii, -juiiic
.t r.r tlnlfn:i ivlthin twn miles of : river.
miles wniurni;'!"' - , " v. , '
two-iuirus oi wmwii ""H"- -
Except tlic last-named tract, alhit the foregoing are up
lands mostofthemwell adapted to the growth i cotton, and ,
some 'of them equal to any uplands in the cottoii-giwing
El ites Thev are all adapted to the growth of wheat, com,
rmtitoc. ncacues, ana an ower pivinn.o umicu
poiauic n-v '.,. , i,f jl rn i soil in Hint
excent oranges and sugar. Cattle are raised in that
Vhicli continues green during the -winter. . .
Proximity to me icw vineaus mi" aui, uuu .
never obstructed, give to this region great advantages .over
the States on the Ohio anud Upper Mississippi,-which are
much of the time cut off from the New Orleans market by low
water and ice. Nor is there any portion of the United btales
where slave property is more secure .
These Lauds will be sold to the highest bidder, one.half
of the purchase money to be paid in hand, and the balance
iu one and two years, with interest A good title with wur
ranty will be given by the undersigned (Amos Kendall)
atthetimcofthcs.ile,the subsequent payments beings se
curee by mortgages. . .
1 roiiosais ioi uiihubiuw j
? Horner Esq. of Helena, or Amos Kendall, of ashmgton
city, until thc-dayofsale.
FRANCIS P. BLAIR,
JOHN C. RIVES.
Washington City, Dec 10, 1852-lmtrw w
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
New York and Charleston Steam Packets.
LEAVES Adger Wharves every Saturday
and Wednesday. 'The uew and splendid iSK
StPamshins Union, Captain Ricliard Adams, lf.,.00 tons,
Marioi fcaptain ll BcVty. 1.200 tons, Southerner, Cap
Sn V Foster, 1,000 tons, Jas. Adgcr? Cantain J. J)m
ciuson "l.iHHJ toni as follows r-Steatnship5 Union, Apr, 1 80,
, at 5 tfclocki Steamship Southerner, March 16th and 24th,
4 o'clock ; Steamship jarion, March 18th and 27th 12 o'clock;
Stearnship James Adg-ir.now finishing, will be placed m the
hForeightAoppassae, apply to tggt'
a3 trw CortcrEast Bay and Adger's Wharye3.
TVR. DA1" " XvtVrlX.tAi, uuias ma piuivjs
I I . . :...tn(l,nA;iiunf rf Itnrirlsnn fmintv.
. -war - r w-, Y T IT". rii '
feidenceon the Gallatir, Turnpike . four miles and a hajf
from Nashville, aiuieiuc unUvu UJ . .vv
Williams. Esq. iiov2-dAwtf.J -
T ,r. nuf-rrVEn 10ft Kerrs 'ails:
. 20 casks Loudon Porter, quarts and pints;
10 boxes Jenkins' file Teas, put up in Inetahc X-ponnd
OU UUAW T . . y
do "Juampagne, supenor aniciv,
flasks fine Otard Djpuy Brandies, yintago of 1340;
i.oir-rilra Port Wine, snnerior article: rl
u - " j . ;
nrt 1 St Tenuis r -i do:
do Pike's Magnolia Whisky; '
Witli many other articles too tedioustoentiopwhlca we
ill sell clieap fer caslC 1 dUr '
nor 13 X -" " WE AKLY'& 'SUTHERFORD?
, tfaU-l li'ri. 1 kMliBiw': .lft .fKviin" - WW4mMmmM Ljuawi i'ig;
r 'm- ' - i : Jv ?wt mwmmm I
II 1 1 - - I - . t SI ( .. 1 . i'a
ii . . . - . w r t
AAB.0N STRETCH, j2
TTrnr:isT & ApOTHECABY, M
itor.of.aiiond: GlierryStt., ojipotUe Stale Bahl;
HAVING enlarged ms store ana reecn eu '" j
Serif purchases, he invites the attention of persons
needing articTes in his line to give him ,t .call . Hw .Jock ,
comprises one of the finest asrtincnte pf WrugB, Medi
cines. Tcrfumerv, Fancy Articles, &c., ever
b.tto.thimWti)ntmff in part of the following
ar,iLubS. genuine imported extract (the most popular j
Slailly's.Paris Toilet Soaps ; - .. . j
Roikscll's Brown Ominibus, Pon erne and Toilet boaps,
. j ffjmt (Vilors:) r
Uenuine uasuie aoapt ium ---- ".,
Shaving Creams ani Soaps (different patterns;)
Lard Oil (best Cincinnati;) . ;.-.,.,
Sperpi and Sweet Oils; fH.,ue : ' l
Ture ftnd Fresh Sahd 0.1, for table use,
I'ure Cider Vinegar, Alchohol ;
TXr?& articlesin hi
line?all of which will teggggS DRUG STOKE, '
' Icbf ' Corner of Union and Cherry streets;
PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, ,&c. ,
BANDOLINE for the hair; . .......
Bear'0H in large and small bottles;
-t.: Mwlinrii mill jyltt
Pomatum, in china, cArtuern ana.g a..
i tears uu iiiiuiu""" , , .
Or. Morrow. ... ,
COmilOSeil Ol puimvu - . -.
bined with grateful perfumes;
Beef Marrow, in wnallnnd large bottles;
Ro.0 Hair Oil, in fancy bottler; - t :
mce or itsiower of instantaneously clensing. the hair
EdnJSrf and dandruff, and imparUng a soft and
natural lustre; entirely devoid of grease;
Liquid Hair Dye-a superior artic e :
T(Kth Paste, (charcoal) anew article,,
Tooth Paste-Rose; ' -
Toolh Towder. in turned wood boxes; ;
Cotictic &nUlr beautifying the complexion; andtpre
ventimr the skin from chapping; - ; J-
Euu d vme dc A'enus-forimproving and beau ifytng tfio
i'compSm, etiidicatitig autaneous. eruptions, and ren
dering the km soft and fair; ;
r. linmufl hands and lips;
Pe:ul Powder, in round and square boxes, -Lily
White, hi rOund and square boxes;
Meeii Fun, or Chinese Skin Powder ;
Powder Puffs, in single boxes ; . - ,
" double " with cushions;
Sachets, various sizes;
Vinegar Rouge Rouge in pots ;
o∨ , ....
Preston Salts, in cut glass bottles;1
For sale by
A. STRETCH,. DruayM, ,
Comer Union and Cherry'sfs.
J. Mi ZIMERMAN.
V-X. M. ZIMERMAN,
Wholesale Dmeeist and. Pharmaceutist,
Sicx. or tux Liok axo Mortar, 4 dodhs from
TiinSQCAite, JiAnKcraT., iAbuii-ut,
HAS just received, by the late rise of water, a largo and
unusually line stock of
Drugs, Medicines nnd Chemicals,
Skkgical, MinwiFEur axd Asatomicai. Ixstuumexts;
Paints OilS, Window Glass, Vahsishes, Spices,
Glasswauu, and Stoxewaue; P.u.nt, VAkxisii,
Co.vcii Axn Aiitist Bul-siies; DrE-bTUFFS,
PuuroMCKy, Fancy and Plain Soak;
' " Fink Tooth and Haik Brushes;
Letter and CAr Paper; Steel Pens,
Inks, &c; Tobacco, Snuffs, Axn CifiAis;
Powder, Shot, Lead and Safctv Fuse; Pure
Wines, Bkanihes, Si-huts. &c; L.vndrctii.s Gar
niLV Seeds; Tanners' Oil, Brushes, KutrnuvcK &c
Purchasers, needing any of the above articles, will do well
to examine the above stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
they will find it as extensive, of prime quality, (if not lower)
as low as any other House in Tennessee. T,.Ali
lh Sole Wholesale Agent forAyer's Cherry Pectoral,
Williams' Pulmonic Balsam, Mexican Mustang Liniment,
Canton Tea Company's Teas, Dr. J. S. Houghton s Pepsin.
"that he will hereafter be assisted in his business
by Mr. MORTIMER MAM1LTUJN, late oi ine
rr. r t,.v...r- X-. TTnmillon. who has been for
a number of years-past extensively and favorably known in
the Drug lincl .
O UPERIOR AUTICL12S FOlt THE TOILET.
O Jockey Club Pomade,
Low's" Celebrated do,
Jules Hand's do,
Kchada , do,
Balm of Columbia,
Genuine Bear's Oil,
Tempi's Eau Luslrole.
for the Hair.-
T inniil nnd Solid Roucre:
French and Fancy Soaps; 1 ,
Ixiw's cclebi-ated Honey Soap - ;
Rousscl's and Hand's Fancy feoap ; ' f " .
Fine and Dressing Combs; -Plain
and Fancy Hair Brushes; r - "
Lubin's Genuine Extracts;
Meen Fun ; .
Americah and Frcncli Toilet Powders ; t -
, Assorted Dentifrices;
Pomade Divines, for chapped skins;
. Tooth Brushes, Fancy and Plain. rT,n,r,v,
Just re-ceived by rdcc20l . J. M. ZIMERMAfr.
TTTINDOW GLASS. Window Glass of all sizes, and
VV ofsiinerioroualityrcceivcd and lor sale low by
4 - '
"w r rllllPntM KT
OD L1VEU OIL.-Trak's Magnetic Ointinent,-
Just received by qeciitij . ji. ziuimwy.
' . ... y K
TINI IT ORE IVORIES. Artists- canvass,
iVi. ists' Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev
ery Shade. Just received ny
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
BRUSHES. Wlu'o Wash, Dusting, Crumb, Cloth,
Black, Pope's. Head, Horse, Tanners' Printers, Or
nish Blue Paint.tc, of assorted sizes. Just received by
dcc20 J. M. . ZIMERMAN.
T INSEED OILANi WHITE LEAD.-lObbts
Xj Liuseed Oil ; 200 kegs Fahncstock's White Lead. J ust
received and forialelow for cash by .
dec20 J. 1.' ZIMERMAN.
SMOKING TOBACCO , : . . - ,
SCO Rolls very old and rich; .
100 doz. Cut, in papers ;
r,n .in. Scnfarlatti Turkish:
Just received and for sale low by
. Jr Mr ZIMERMAN:
OFFER their services to the citizens of Nashville and vi
cinity in practice of Medicine and Surgery.
Ollice on Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee.) m
Dr. J. D. Winston's residcoce, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Armstead, on Vine street, between Church and
At the Sign of the Spread Eagle, College Street
THE undersigned is now prepared to execute an,
kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing:
1 1... .if ft..fnc -pnir- Sfpn. BalcOUV
and Verandah Railing. My work will be executea as wen
as any of that bionght from tlie Eastern Citias, and at puces
I-... ii. - ;M non a irniiiroil plsnwlicro.
iUJUM ... j "-1 r
a n ,Vr larVith Work at the shortest notice. The
public arc requested to give me a call and examine my pat
terns and prices. I will eayor to fe "t,n?? satis
faction. WILLIAM is 1M AKi,
College Street, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville.
A PROCLAMATION. .
KNOW all men by these presents, that I, J. L. GRACE,
of the city of Nashville, county of Davidson, and btate
of Tennessee, am now fully prepared to accommodate trav
ellers and boarders with superior tare, at the CUMBERLAN D
HOTEL, foot of Broad street, directly at the steamboat land-
v 'i :n rr Tl.n.Tinlil!p is rosnpctfullv solicited to
cive una uousc yuo mai, .mvi.n v.i'",i , ,r v ,V
to be equal to the bat and the cheapest Hotel in tho city, the
..v. :i tn ni.m.aftiu. hnlil lilsri-iice. J. I GKACli.
-t" ... t I . ! .( if ondnnnm rlnps not llFOVft it
sumuiuu i" viii ... r - .
jt o i L-ol, ir. nnil from steamboats free ot
1 . p. ....v." rnrill
TMPTtnvp.MTTHTS TN BEDSTEADS.
mlTE' undersigned would call thea(tcntionofUi4sic-63
l xiinKicj a liiiuiuiviu -. ...
stead, for making which --rrrpurcliascd e right or
Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to see ".will please
call at our Ware J&Sfij&
t3rWealso keep constantly on hand every variety of
Cabinet Furniture, of the best material and jnanufacture,
which we will sell as cheap as any other regular manufactu
rers In the city. All work sold by us as our work we will
warrant good, as we keep nothing but what is made in our
own shop and-by tha best workmen. McU & U
julylO tf- '
J De BOWS S0UTHEEN AND WESTERN BEVIEW.
. MpHthly Industrial and Iiitcrarr JoHrHali,11
" " PrBLISHED IN TfKW-ORLKANS AT $5 PER ANXJf.i
mi - i.m:v q
THE UBITEDIFntEMErs nrelTEAirCE C0MPA1D1
.r a TTX7TT T X1
nnr-PTTAL lOVOOO DOL.LAR.SUr
Chartered liy the State.:
. . r..n -.T.rvoTii7pf1 . is
THIS Company-naviug .uUj -h- j""'-"
now ready to take risks on all descr p-
tions of property, agumi -
i. i . l ISio r i.p a or jnland nav-
nre. aiso ajraiuoi. ii iu . ,
' T5 oJJna fnri isurance will bore
J. S. Dashieci, Sec'y
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
CHAJILESTOS, SOUTH CAROLINA. f
Capital S250.000: All Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company-at.
NaslivIHef -and am fully prepared to take Marine, ;iirc,
Rirer Risks, on tlje most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen atth'oofiice of the Nashville Insurauceand Trust Conr-pn-.CollegastreeL
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
. . OF NASHVILLE, .TENNESSEE;
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
opnosife the Verandah, will insure on the mutual nnn
dpje, Houses,' Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by.
Fire Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the
Uazards-of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of.Yeelsof
every description against U.e Perils of the Seas and Rivera.
Also.he Lives of persons in good neaJth, for a ngle ycai;
for a term of yeare, or during life. Also, Bank Notto-trens-
" AieidpersonrivinL'-.thcir lives or propertj- insured in this
Institutioh, areentitVed to a full participation m all the J.rof
its without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pjQjjER, President,
J. B, JOHNSON", Vice President.
C J.' F. Wharton, Secretary.
TENNESSEE MARINE AND .FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
( ) between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
Ther will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every; de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cai-go agamst. fire
and the risk of Ihe liver; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts', and on sea vessels and other cargoes on
the usual tonus. JOHN M. HILL; President.
Joseph Vaolx, Secretary.
DinECTOKS. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. r ogg, G.
M.Fo""g, W. R. Eiliston, Jno, M. Bass, Joseph M oods, feara
uel'Seay; Matthew Wafson, J. J. White, Jacob McGayock.
iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT.
Qhirieni in 1819. .Capital ,S3p,00Q: all paid in. Asset
invested in January hut 489,000.
S.-L. LOOMIS, Secy. THO. K BRACE, .Pres.
-miti?. .1 I.noluuin nnnnmtni A mnt nr this Cmn-
A tiany one of -the oldest and most able in the United
states, Having neany or qui:uimu,u iiiunun m iimo;..v.j
prepared to issue Policies on as favorable terr - as any other
T)rAllin(rs. Stores. M. afacturinir Ls-
i .t.:.x. .....i ..n niai l-?nl fif lliiiMinrrs on Household
iauusiiiHuuiB,.iiiu " : o r ..
Furniture and Merchandise in general, either in the city or
couutry, against Loss or Damage by Fire. Also, against the
hazards of Inland Transportation by all the usual route.4 and
modes of conveyance. - J.OSEPH NASII, Agent
Ullice rt. . ixirner ruuiit uijuaic, vyi" iuiiu..u
INSURANCE ON NEGROES. .
HOUSE Servants, Farm Hands, bteamooai riremen,
Cabin Boys, &, at customary rates of Premium.
Policies issued and losses promptly-adjusted at the Nashville
nf Hartford Office N. W. Cor-
ililUU "vv j -
ner Public Square,.opposite Planters Bank.
rpHE Friuiklin Insurance Co.. of Louisville
Steamboats on Western waterson Cargoes of Ships by Sea.
Also insure buildings or stocks of goods or Furniture in
buildings m City or Country. JAS TRABUE. President.
W KIDDLE, &CC .V upwi
H. Gr. SCOYEL.
H. G. SOOVEC, t
IIIUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
itu.j. cr,;. f VMii. Sttunre. 3 doors West
oj me j.ntnvtiie iim,
wimiiunin !nt Uetnil Dealer inJ
"Paints. Brushes, i;er,u0mc,7' '
Powder. Oils, u)eou,
Fancy Artiples, Shot, arnishes,
Glass Glassware, Lead,
Surcical and Dental Instruments, Utero Abdominal Sup
porters and Trusses, Wnchita Oil Stones, Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals. Wines, Brandies, and Porter, exclusively for me
Clover, iimouiy, urcuaru wu&s,
Canan and Flax Seeds.
1,200 lbs refined Saltpetre,- , .'" , ,
r,40(y lbs apamsti v tilling;
1,400 lbs Ejpsom Salts;
is, Venetian ueu;
200 lbs Uum uampuor; . . t. ,
f,500 lbs Coperas;
200;000 Percussion Caps;
1,000 lbs Wachita Oil Stone;
250 bxs Window Glass, assorted;
1,200 lbs Blake's Fire and Water Proof Pwnt;
175 galls Winter strained. Sperm Oil;
250 galls Rellned Taunei-s' Oil;
4?0 galls Linseed Oil.
- ' 1,000 lbs Rosin;
1 100 lbs Printers' News, Book and colored Inks;
' . l'.OOO Dr. Alcock's Pivot, Plate and Gum Teeth;
S00 lbs Paris Green, Chrome Green, dry and ground
- ' 10 bbls Eddie's Chemically refined Lampblack;
v 60 bbls Hydraulic Cement, (best;)
500 lbs Indigo, (warranteij)
1,000 lbs Madder, (prime;)
Tn store and for sale, low for cash, by
sep4, ' H. G. SCOYEL.
tl)OZ. CATAWBA WINE, for Church and Medi
) dual purposes. This wine is the pure juice of thcgr. pe,
-and. as such, -commends itself to those who desire a pure ar
ticle. For sale by sept II G. SCOYEL.
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER Brown's
received direct from the Manufacturer. For sale by
scp-.t ' H. vi. SCOVEk
X'AKCII POLISH. For rendering Shirt Collars
and Bosoms glossy and smooth. For sale by
.., ii. vi. &bU V iiLi.
BREAST PIPES, Nipple Shells, Gum Elastic Breast
Pipes, Gum Elastic Syringes, Glass Syringes, Womb
Syringes, UumElastic Game Bags, Female Syringes, Specu
lumfagi. For sale by H.-G. SCOYEL,
BLUE GRASS SEED. A very clean article. To
iret a cood stand "sow in fall and winter months. For
sale by 1P1 H. G. SCOYEL.
BBLS TIMOTHY SEED. For sale by
O sepi H.G.SLOVEL.
& ROUND PAINT BRUSHES, Varnish Brushes,
Sash Tools. For sale by H.G.SC0YEL.
TSraduated magnetic machines,
Galvanic Curatives. For sale by. q gcQYEL.
. . .. TRANSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL.
TnE departments of this School have been filled and ex
tended bv the appointment of the Hon. THOMAS B.
ii.ivnnr ...V. t.mrrltonn n snnioa.fnl instructor-iu va-
rious branches of the Law, to the professorship he has ac-
The non. GEORGE RQBERTSON, (late Chief Justice of
Kentucky,) Professor of Constitutional Law, Equity, Juris
prudence andl'leadirig, and the Law of Comity. '
m.' riuinjria A xr A TilT A T.T. 1aI Chief Justice,
and now Judge of tho-Court of Appeals of Ky.,) Profes
sor of the Common Lay, Elementary and Practical, in-
eluding f leading ana liviaence.
The Hon. THOMAS B. MONROE, (Judge of the U. S. Dis
trict Court for Kentucky.) Professor of Civil National,
Criminal and Commercial Law. And
M. C. JOHNSON, Adjunct Professor, who will attend the
classTii the casual absence of the.regular Professors.
ihia Sflinnl'will enmmence. as usual.
on the 1st of November, and will be prolonged to five in
stead ot tour montns, as nereioiore. iuis .-oiuu "
session will enable the Professors to give a more extensive
. -1 1. r iHolmnnn t r. wtll Krt IVHTlPll fin
anu morougii com-ac ui. lusuuirau, ""' i., ,
principally by daily (xtimin&tioiiJsPTrMviis m
ine text books, wim suu-p-.""
maybe deenStee3ary,' and also by Moot Courts, for.
nf lpm1 niiostions. and bv rc-L
?r UXv. 4ViAeftir)nfiiQ t-ritfpn PVPTriSf'? Ill draWinC UD
r bonds, deeds and. other legal instrnments, arguments and
opinions, me aiienuon 01 ic siuucum nm id.jv,.i.
ly directed to.the history of Jurisprndence,.and to Civil His-
. tory as connected with the progress of Hh& Law, arid to the
Federal Courts. The books wflL be principally such.as ha,ve
been heretofore used,, to be furnished by the students.
The extension of the session and of the course of instrue-
1 tion will produce .some increase iri the cost of the Professor's
tickets, the partfcXilars of which- will be hereafler announced.
It is expected ihat there will be a second session.of .five
months in each year, and in fact that arrangements will.be
made for a continuance of regular study and exercisesduring
the whole year, Ty such students as 'may jdesire iC ,Diph
mas will be granted -at the end of .each session to,such as are
found qualified to receive them. M. C. JOHNSON,
octal trtf I ;Chalq?ian Board Trustees.
. ; Flank ror sale bt;
W MEREDITH; j
r . JOHNSON ';-k JXTTEL, , .. r
Dealers ia Cattoa-and TohtujcoEeceivuig. and For-.
waiag Merchants,' 'steamboat Agents,, &c.,
apriil . BROAD WArNASHVTLLE.
G. P. SMITH.
. W. JOHSSON.
8TRATT0N, "SMITH & Co.,
. Wholesale" Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Corner if Jfroal and Jfarlet Streets,
..... NASHVILLE. TENN..
HAVING, disposed of an-interest in the Grocery -depart.
meat of our business to Mn Mad130. Stbatto.v, the
'game will -from this date be eon1nitiil nnAi- a'K-i"i
o 1 it A i J. wji , sail m uo.at our Old tantf. bn th corner ?
oi JiarKCt anu uroaa sirteis. 4
Ourstock, nowamplviltbekep'fsoby'Ianraaccessicns i
everyfiiw-day ywhu-hwe invite,- the utteptign aiid, so- $
licit a can iruur iuei unuiiut iu .uie comnry as ,wcli as city
dealers, bemg'defennihecl to'sellBS' low as-ahy' house lit the
city. Ourterms casn aqa casn qnlsn
JOHNSON & SMlTiL
- ' AND. J. DUNCAN,
Latk oi' Shephcrd,' Dckcax & Co.,
I Auction and Commission Merchants,
-TTXTTOLESALE Drv Goods. Boots.. Shoes. Hats. Ca;
"W UmbreIlas,.andiorthesaleof.Merchandiz general
Will have Resrularllbnthly Sales at Auction, andolicif
consignments of Dry Goods Pittsburg and Cincinnati man-
utacture; Will give unaiviaeu aneuiiou. iu. iui muwuras en-
tnisted to my care:
Instructions strictly complied with, and business promptly ,
executed. , jautlry A'D. J. DUNCAN.
EAMAGE & CHURCH. , .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 'Boots, Shoes, Hats,
' Caps, Trnnfrs, Yaliss and Carpat Bags,
College stUket, Nashville, Tess. '
S. S. WILLIAMS, AGENT OF JOHN WTLLIAMS,
At Gr.vvier Street, New Orleans,
HAS takea an. office on College street, on the second
floor, above the 'Merchants' Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is prepared to make cash Advances on. all Cotton,
Tobacco, &c, consigned to said House, or to furnish supplies '
to Planters or others who wish to ship to New'Orlc'ahs.
Cotton: and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Commission
oct3 NASHVILLE, TENN.
- ' I r
K. J. MORRIS; . THOS. E. STRATTOX.
- MORRIS & STRATTON; .
- (Successors tq Lakier, .Mokris & Co.,) .
Commission and Forwarding Merchants and-Wholesale
, Corner of ITarJcet and CtarT: Street, RasJivitte.
W"E have now iri 'store a large stock of Groceries, Li
quors, Wines, etc., which will bo sold at the lovesl
market prices, for cash or barter. f&e'pl7
TIIOS. C. BATES.
j SEAY,. BATES & CO.,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON,
W. H. HUMPHREYS & THOMAS BARRY,
TTAVE: associated themselves together in the practice or
the Law. Olhce on the Public Square,
Planters' Bank, Nashville, Teniu
I HAVE this day associated wrih me-in the Saddling Bu
sinass my son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future,
will be conducted in tho name of J. D. March &.Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. D. iLVRCH.
JST1 Thankful for the liberal hare of patronage hereto
fore1, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
jn',.2 " .J. D. MARCH fc SON.
OLIVER r. il'llOBERTS. ALEX. E. 11 KEE.
M'ROEERTS & M'KEE,
IVhdlesale Grocers and .Commission
MERCH ANTS .
MARKET S'JT., 4 Doors from BROAD ST.,
' NASIIVILLE, TENN.
April 29,1852 ly
NEW ORLEANS A CARD.
T)i2N JAM IN F. SHIELDS & CO., having per
D manently located themselvesatNewOrleans.ofrertheir
services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants
nml General AscutSw and solicit consignments of all
.kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
. ' ... i- c. .1. i ii i. .
.and will give sausiacuon iu mi nuu liniy cuiiusi iiiuu iiiiyi-
est iu uieir uiic i luwcuo u ivj .i.. wv. ... . ... ...v.
sacred and promptly remitted.
P. S. Exteusivc an-an'gements made for the receiving and
forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges at this point. Orders for Groceries and Insur
ance Risks,, with the collection of Bills, Drafts, Ac.;-attended
to.without delay. ,BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.
' :ahg!2 ly
rpUEEAHOMA LOTS. The undersigned has. laid
JL off blocks ol Lots, of several acres each, Tor private, res
idence, and is now prepared to sett them at private sale to
those who desire to have summer residence in the beautiful
and healthy town of Tullahoma. Wo have in the site'of the
town, besides the most healthy atmosphere and purest free
stone water,a most excellent spring of Chalybeate Water, sup
posed to be mixed with White Sulphur.
p mayia WILLI A31 MOORE, Agent
SOUTHERN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CONPANY
-nrT-ftTTT.TJ infnrm the citizens ot Nashville and vflC
VV Mm mililic throughout the soufh west,
that- they have commenced ousmesai, me weu-jkiiuwuaiuuu
of S. V. DStout, a few doors south of the public square,
where tfiey" manufacture all Tcinds of Coaches, Carriages,
Bues, Ac, which they will sell low and on liberal terms.
Then? work is of the finest order, and will compare favora
bly -with any m'jrtifactured north or south. They have se
lected their maUiial with great care, and having the best of
wood and iron ii Tennessee, they will warrant their work,
in point of elec u-y and durability, notto.be excelled by
any. They hop. VVj receive a share of public patronage and
shall spare no truUe or cost to induce all that may be in
want of Carriages, Vo buy of them in preference of sending
north for their wont
Repairing done by experienced workmen on liberal
terms. 1" RASSETT, Pres-
mareh 3 wdtrw!2m.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received this day, my Fall and Winter stock of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats, which will be sold
for cash, or short time to punctual customers, at.aery small
advance on Eastern cost. The merchants arc requested to
call and examine, as thoy may expect great basins,
gpg Y. "tLhKli.LlJ.lii.
HARDWARE AND ' CUTLERY, FALL STOCK FOR 1852.
.1 I . l o . ,, , ,
THE undersigned are now in receipt of their entire
stock of HARDWARE and CUTLERY for the
llinrr the attention, of the mer-
Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their
stock now in store, they feel confident that it will be found
to compare favorably, both as to quantity and assortment,
with that of any other House in the country.
Experience has already demonstrated to the satisfaction
of a large majority of dealers in this section of the country,
that in the .article" of Hardware at least the .ashville mar
ket is preferable to those of New York and Philadelphia; for
the simple reason that this description of goods tviII not
bear the heavy expenses of transportation which must nec
essarily accrue when brought through by canals and rail
roads The undersigned are also enabled to place then, cus
tomers on an equal footing with those purchasing in any oth-.
er market, from the fact thatJtheir .European goods being alt
imported direct from the manufacturers by way cf JNew Or
leans without touching New York, thus enabling them to of
for their goods at a small advance on importation cost.
Merchants, Blacksmiths,. Carpenters, &c, visiting Nash
ville are invited to call and examine their stock before purchasing.-
Feathers, Wool, Beeswax and Ginseng received mex
chanee for Hardware and in payment of debtsat. the high
est market prices. FALL & CUNNINGHAM.
sept ii -College street, N ashville, Tennessee.
THEfollowing comprisesa portion of our large stock. of
Hardware, unsurpassed in variety by any house in the
, Collins' Axes;. Stirrup Irons;
1 Warranted '" Axes of -otherBridle Bitts; .
brands; ' Augero and Chisels;
Anvils nnd Vices: Flames of all kinds;
Bellows and Screw Plates;
Handsaws, uraw.iuves; ,
Hatchets and Hand Axes;
Mill and Cross-cut Saws; ,
Single and double barreled
grf Pledge Ilammars;
Kazors. bncars. st8
Stifiles. complete: 1
Files. aiid Rasis: CSSNfeEf all kinds;
Sifte'rs and Coffee Mills: Cotton GSSS
Tnnther with many other Articles too numei
t?n! - i FALL & CUNNING
epll College strVNashvUU.
iCarDetuur and Oil Cloths at Reduced Prices: Far
.'ot Only. . t , -
W MEREDITH would. caU the attention of the partiea
-thafwant Carpets, Oil Cloths, and1 Matting, at re?
duced prices to his stock, which will be sold at less than "any
' ntKhi-Watiliifcrrientih Ihiscitr. " - rsept81
hp AlLORING. The, public, are potified, thatte'nn
L' dersienedlhave entered into cc-partnershipTorthe pari
pcrcarryingohthe TAILORING BUSINESS, ,the
ahop formerly occupied byMr.Wm. Anders6n,fon Deade-r
nV5trit nrthA Snuare. We respectfully solicit a share
wee, as we are determined to get our work' up
sn-ie.1 rtcart; '-K'-
IUCILUID O. .CURRET.
JAMES G. MARTIX.
Wholesale bmA Retail Druggists,
Union Street, SasliciUe, Tenn.
1 dozen pair of improved styles) just received and for
sale very low.
FAMIL lr MEDICINE CHESTS. Assorted sizes,
with bottles neatly labelled, and tilled with the choicest arid
purestinedicinei, justr received.
SHAKER HERBS. rA full assortment of .thisyear's
collection, consisting of Sage, Spikenard, Catnip, Cbmfrev.
Lobelia, Liverwort, lcinon liilm, Penn'royal, JEc Also a
'BrouPPy "lascoiuouie.coueciion,jusireceivea, v .
ia. j.uvuuuuui-owevizers jiaccaDoycnuiI, in
do, uozen union s,,ijarre 8 anclaweetzer s Snufl, in- bot
tles, jiist received. J
TILDEN'S MIJDICIJTAT. bytii ,vfrr An
assx)rmientcXthegenuatracUprepaied.in vacuo, con
sisting of Extracts Ot'Couiilin Lettuce. Stramonium. Tar- J
sistmg ot Jixtracts ot -.oumin Lettuce, Stramonium, Tar
axacum, ueuadonua. yosciamus,, Aconite, ice, 4c, just
received . t
LINSEED OIL. 500 gallons of pure Linseed Oil,
just received. '
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. Six dozen, Dia-
Cupping Instruments; 5 cases Trepanning.Inslruments. just
EORCEPS.-Hodge's Obstetrical Forceps; Bond's
Cranisfomy Forceps; Dewees Placenta Hook; Totisil Forceps;
Liissectmfrroreens: tsureeon's Drssftin- vwvit.c:,er.w.t.i
Bone,Foreeps,-jand a large variety oCpt other instnuneuts,
TO PHYSICIANS. In furnishing oarstore we have
procured Haskell, Merrick &. Bull's Select-Powders, together
with the purest Chemicals, with which all prescriptions will
be exclusively put up. Our Tinctures are also prepared of
ficially. Physicians may rely therefore; upon having their
Prescriptions compounded with the purest medicines, and
in tlie neatest manner possible.
Du. Cfrrt will give his iiersonal attention to this depart-
meni oi our 5iaunsnment.. fj UKKfc, i & ilAi
Uuion street, Nashville:
HUMBUG I HUMBUG ! ! HUMBUG ! ! !
OPENING the Campign for 1852. $cott, Douglass, Lean ,'
Vj jimmy ana uassiniueneta-i.Dut Tnurstou & Iler-
nara are always loremost at the, Uuion. Store, South
Side Union Street, with a auiet smile of Victim' nn their
phiz, read- to exhibit their stock of Spring and Summer
' Goods to those wishing to purchase.
Ii 1' ti .1 i.rn. , i
ii c uaiun gcuciai lusuraiism 01 oiupie anu rancy uooas,
amone' which are Urown nnrl HIpjipIiixI rtntni.itii .in Tkll.
j ings, Blue Drillings, and a great variety of Summer Stuffs;
aspienum assortment oi iionuets, itiDoons, r lowers, latest
Palm and Kossuth Hats; all Of which we will sell as low as
any house West of the .Mountains. You who want THE bar
srams must be On baud soon, because if vou don't buv them
E some bodselse will- We are bound to sell.
we earnestly soncu an examination ot our u.oqds and
prices, and, by strict attention to business! hope to merit a
L share of public patronage.
apl5 THUKSTON & BERNARD.
MILLINERY OPENING on THURSDAY, 14th OCTOBER.
I HAVE just received mr Fall Stock of Pat- j(S
forns TTnis Flmvir ItihKiin Pfniniu Vnl-
vets, Ac. 'a, beautiful variety, and all of the
most fashionable discretions. Thankful to the Ladies tor
past favors and hope they will call before purchasing- else
where. Fashionable dress-making, nnd other orders, promptly
, attended to. MRS. E. LOCKHARf,
i oct!2 Cherry street, Nashville.
' PATENT CHOPPING MILL,
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
Ah article which every Ihrtner should have.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five.bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock and Is so simple in its construction, that any boy
twelve years old can keep it in order and run it. It is adap
ted to cither Steam, Water or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J-R. Cowan and A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
find them at J. M. Seabury's, on College street, where they
will be happy" to take orders. BOSS ifc ADAMS.
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are
prepared to make to order Railroad Machinery, such
as Locomotives, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair (Cars, and all work appertaining to Railroads.
Steam' Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from. 5
to. 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron.
Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist Mills.
Engines andilachinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Sugar Mills of the most recent construction, with Engines
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice.
In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
put up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that
he may continue to operate, the engine, &c
Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, wilh
Shafting, Mill Getri.ig, Vater "Wheels, .Cast Iron Bank
Vaidts, made to order.
Information cheerfully given and orders received by
JAS. PLGNKET, President.
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
Barber and Hair Dresser,
Cedar Street, under the Verandah,
HAS furnished his shop and fitted it up in elegant style.
He has in his employ a'humber of the best barbers in
the city, and those who patronise him are sure of an easy,
as Well as a cloan share, and of getting their hair trimmed
neatly and fashionably. He invites the public to continue its
LOOK AT THIS!
X HAVE just received a large supply of Elegant
JL ana f asmonabie Jt urniture, wtucii l am sell
ing for cash or approved paper. Great inducements
are offered in the way of good bargains toy motto being,
" Quick sales and small profits."
My stock consists in part of the following, viz: A largo
assortment of Bureaus of various styles, from $10 to $100;
Sideboards, fine and common; Book Cases, Desks, Ward
robes, a large assortment; Tin Safes; Common and Marble
Top CentreTables, Extension Dining Tables; Wash Stands,
fine and common, from, $1 to $28; Dessert Tables, Fancy
Work and Side Tables; Clocks, Window Shades, Looking
Glasses, Commodes, Hat Racks; Poplar, Svcamorc, Walnut,
Cherry, Mahogany and Rosewood Bedsteads; Lounges,
Misses' .Bedsteads, Single Bedsteads; Shuck, Cotton, Moss
and Hair Mattrasses, the cheapest ever sold in this market;
Sofas, Ottomans, Parlor Chairs in Pluh and Hair Cloth ;
Rockers j fine and common Cane, Wool Seat and Split Bot
tom Chairs arid Rockcns, &c., Ac., &c
A few bruitars: also, a iiarp uuitar, whicim
will sell at cost
Four of Gilbert's superior Rosewood Iron-
framed Patent-Action Pianos, warranted, which I win sell
at reduced prices.
Many of the above ai-tijles were made in this city, and
speak for themselves, on" the taste and skill of our workmen.
Furniture made at the "South Nashville Manufactory"
can be had at iny store at factory prices. All those favoring
me with a call J am determined to give satisfaction.
W Furniture moved with care and dispatch.
je3 I. H. MORTON, Union Sireet.
USER'S ROADS FOR SALE.
THIS desirabte property of 810 Acres of Land, 350 acre3
in cultivation, SO acres in grass, on the main road from
Nashville to Clarksville, will be sold unusually tow to an ear
ly applicant, and onume.to suit purchasers Houses; Barns,
fefables, Cribs, Ac., all good and in good repair. This isa
questionaly the best Stock and Tobacco Farm for the price in
Tennessee. . 1
Good Male and Female Schools in tho.immediate vicinity.
Health unsurpassed. For particulars, call or address me at
Fiser's A Roads, Robertson county, Tennessee.
novl8 3t ,w trw J. B. FISER.
REMOVAL DYAS & CO..
Wholesale' Grocers, New Orleans.
HAVE removed from their old stand, 42 and 45 New
Levee,- to- the new and spacious Store, 139 and 141,
Magazine Street, where they are receiving and opening the
largest Stock of Goods they have ever had, all of which will
be sold low'fbr cash or good paper. DYAS & CO.
novo tf 139 and 141 Magazine street, New Orleans.
General Steamboat and .Freight Agent,
..Office cn Front Street, near the Yliarf, JpushvillA.
. , . EErEBKKCXS.
Johnson iSmilb,McCred'4 Terrass, Jas. A. McAllister,
H. T.Yeatman,Sani.Seay,JL Hamilton, Johnson' Wea
ver, A. L.Davis, and merchants-generally, noviodifctw.
LE. 15, Barrels ShultzXX' Pale Ale, received :
steamhr Statesman, and for sale 'by -deciO
v W. HI GORDON k CO.
EORMATICJN WANTED Of the whereabouts
M KOUKKv who'resided in 1838 three'teijes
from a place raVrefcSss Landintr. Tennessee, believed to
be in Hamilton unv?8uuent- removed
therefrom. This iniormfon'iyNi-&3 'bv his daughter
Dstllt vrli0 rynnr in ArHiiAnt ?Viq$itTjBP8; jTUg
A Vlij nuuta-uun luaiuuvu vuvuuwiuui
:ii i ' i j t:
, i-hoY30--lm JTo 111 Ye Street Philadelpht
EODGERS' PEN KNIVES.-J-90 down "Josep
'Rodgers k Son's" celebrated Pen Knives, of various
'patteras "and prices,' expressly1 lor citjr trade,T hist received
. and; ogered byf ict27 FALL 1; CUNNINGHAM.
",0 LAMET.-50-boxea.ia itoreasd forsaleby
t f w j ww wua. vuvu ! V4 IUU1 IWUj
t bectinfr r iiftTan Surrnnal io f !iif onI (,tii frlH.
y , g:cal Instrumeuts: 10 do . do Obstetical. dor. in eras
E styles; llerages, Uerege de Lanes, ,bilt Tissues and Pophns,
Prints, Ginghams, Jaconets, Muslins, Fans, Parasols, Gloves,
Hosiery, kc. : Kid Tics, Buskins. Gaiters': Leghorn. Straw.
HAVING, at great epeynse, procured the most recently
i improved machineiy' and tools for the construction of
the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
TT 1 ?!
- 1 of Wta
Te"Remev overall Semediet fcrtirDiteatet
HeariLiH.. CjUc..JlaUdeceJJi . -,
JZ'disoftlerd;. state of tks. StermicALiter ter- Bneek tu
, "Joftda and. Sore of any kind. Fondrmerai Debilityt
JreiA vhi'ch "Ladies freeytvj'er, there is not it
' equal ik the. tchole JfaUri&J&duu. ,, j ' . . ; i
rr?HEtiBi-entor, of this preparaiiun.was foe three years a..
l completely prostrated from DyspepsS and inactivity of
the Liver that be was frequently for weeks at actinia usable t
raise himselffrom his bed. Be soaght' aid' from physiciaaa
at home and in Europe, bu t in rain; his case was prouounced '
hopeless by -thousands, and it was by accident' thaf he suc
ceeded' curing himself. Since be has .been practicing med
icine, his success in saeh cases, has; been, unrivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, aad conse
quently said notliing through the press o his own .case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success,. as shown by the certificates which bav eaten
I subj"6in.the certificate of Prof. M. Gxbbekt, of "Memphit,
Tenu., with whom I often advised during tlie time1 ot my
Memphis, Tenn., Aprill7,.13i.
I hereby certify' that T have been acquainted with -Jr.J
N. Bledsoa and some years ago he was reduced I ueLevo
lower than I have ever'seen any ono that afterwards recover
ed, with what 1 supposed to be Dyspepsia and Liver aflection,
and after trying-the prescriptions ot many Physicianrln this
as well as other countries, without relief, he finally suceeded
with a preparation Of his own in being restored' to good
health, . M. GABRERT, M. t.
Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain, the character we gire to it in this
DrBds6e: I take the liberfy and fell it to be my duty
to recommend Hit all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach and bovels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
scperior medicine My son, aged 15 years, had been under
medicd treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rheawhen having almost despaired of h'is recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
entirely cured him. MICAJAH CAVCE.
Htotsviixe, Oct. 17,1852.
DitBLEDSOK-r-Some time has elapsed since I gave a cer
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saving to
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells, of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia, I had tried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many different
- aweaats vi in smweis. ami such, nuttateit am ar-vui im.
liver and dyspepsia.
N. B. ROBERTSON.
IIcxtsvii.l Sept. 29, 1851.
Dr. Blxdsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my duty tesav to the public, tliat
I had been for years subject to spell3 of "Cramp Colic, in its
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thingthat is n
ven by physicians, and never foundany thingthat would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the abo e medicine, which ruu
relieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles CouxTr, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1S51.
De. Bledsoe: I-feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
ret-ominendyonr "Alterative. Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that f have not had cause to take anvthiug iu
two months., I can eat nnything. 1 want with impunitv, and
believe my health is as good us it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 eversiifierfrein dyspepsia again 1 shall be sure lo
call oa you. I am very respectlully your friend.
i . . ELIZABETH J. HARW001).
HcvrsviLLE, Ia., August 24, 1851.
This is to.certify, that I had suffered for many rears with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of tlie Liver. Physician "after Phy
sician Uad prescribed for me without my receiving anv ben
efit, when 1 commenced tho use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me oiindly, and L recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ance. ' JOSEPH CAROflLbltS.
Huxtsville, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dn. Bledsoe Sir : Judging from the certifieaies you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but 1 aiust say, that tor j ears 1 suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, nnd have gained
25 or SO pounds, and feel about as well as 1 ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
fSTThe above medicine is kept for sale at the office of
DR. BLEDSOE, and at the Drug Stores of DURYEE &. DE
MOVILLE, SPOTS WOOD & YEKGEB, and J. CUOPER &
CO. -J?PriceL SOperpint Bottle. novJS lyd'tr
A. J. MUSSELMAN & CO.
Tobacco Manufacturers, CoUege st. near Broad, NashviUe.
WE are manufacturing Tobacco from Tennessee, Ken
tucky, and Missouri Leaf, which we are prepared to
sell as low and w;irrantas good as fhe same price and quali
ty of Tobacco-can be imported from anv other place. The
purchaser will save at least freight and cargo by purchasing
trom us with fhe additional security of a home concern to
lnate good any Tobacco sold that mav prove different from
what it is represented. We have now for sale of our own
120 Boxes pound Lump, various brands;
135 do Five " " " X ...
75 u " A. J. Musselman & Co's brand?.
25 Sevens "
.50 FF pound "
20 " X " "
40 IXL extra fine;
75 Nectar Leaf
june 27 tljan'53 A. J. MUSSELMAN & CO..
MYERS & McGLLL.
DEALERS IN EVERT DESCRITOO.V OF 1
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
On CoUege street, one door South of the Square.
found at all times
a large assort
ment of Winches
ter's, Davis &
June's, & Myers'
Seam Shirt3, of
with Linen Bo
soms, G ingham,
Sr. Vnmch (Tliintz.
Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked
Silk, Cashmere, Vigonia, Cotton and Canton Flannel, &,
ladies and gentlemen, Gonts Cloth Gatters, Gloves, Km
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,.
Cutt' GloveS, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Waterfords, Albert,
De JoinvUIe's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting, Cravats,
Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsy, Riding and
Stren-nheniiig Belts, Robe de Cliambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises
Cariet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Box3?, To- ,
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Writing Deska
Ciar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois aLd
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Golds.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ao, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
nishing Stores. . ...
Kp We have made arrangements with our friends at tne
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods hare in lessthan ten davy
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS & McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, NashviUe. o1
irnnv -vnTTvn VioT-Inrr ViYim fissnciated with ,
"..p, ' ; , .
L f -V "IVIotr. In Ihr Biinpnntpnili'nee of this I
l m u . J. . iiiiio.v ...w . i i
. i . i". 1 1 T .. I V, I ..... .".. nMiiiaintnivft
xlOUSC, WOUKl respecuuiy ummiua uuuiauiu juiuu..w.
and the public generally to give him a call. '
Attached to the House is a good Stable for the accommo
dation of Horses.
The business of the House wil hereafter be conducted ja
the name of D. Y. WINSTON k CO.
All persons' wishing to travel by Railroad, Steamboat or
Stcge, will meet with prompt attention.
The best of order observed; Charges moderate. Market
"'A USONIA SHEETINGS 20 bales 4-4 Alisonia
r "Brn. She Ma, in store, and for.sale bythe bal only.
T-ELPITS SNUFF. A. DELP1TS Rose and Mao
JJf onba Snuff, just received by
Mt, 23 ag. EWTN, BROWN k Cft.
EXCHANGE & BANITTG OFFICE OF D. PEARL & C0-
NORTH-WEST corner of the Public Square, near Plant
ers' Bank, Nashville, Tenn:
-r We are drawing Sight Checks on all the. principal
cities .of theEast,South anAWest at the lowest rates, ",in
suras to suit purchasers."
py: We buy all, kinds of current nnd uncurrent Bank
f We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina
Bank Notes, at a very small discount.
jtggr We will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon
ies at a fair premium.
j-T" Wo have Gold and. Silver for sale will attend t
collections remitting on any point requested at Bank rate,
"charge but percent, commissions.,
Jgf" We are-taking Bank of East Tennessee thesamaaa
other Tennessee Bank? Notes. fjanlt
D. 8. W. H. WOODWARD.
Ferwajrdinr sad Comik Merfiants, and
i r Ttntak TjuhS A wnts. " i '
Pa-ticnlar attention paid tofiUingcjder-Office. over.the
Oct 8, 1852 6m
liADY, GCJUfAN is' 00.," 1
gThey!kep an' 0ee is Tascumhi Ak. .r
r e-tt ci PDrvfin it TCiKv11 ?a ara
uiiuiuueo, null liiuiucuiuj icuci. ijeiug persuaueu to try
your alterative compound, I did, so and I am happv to sav
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to nil persons suffering from ii
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