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THE "WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at
the following rales: Single copies, one year in advance.
$2 50; within thcyear3 00; at the end of the year $4 00.
Club3 Of five and upwards 2 00 per copy for one
year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months
at the foregoing rates.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, .Thursday
and Saturday, at $5 per anuum in advance; if not paid in
advance, $6. "f
The DAILY is published atEight Dollars. . - -EST
THE MONEY IN ALL CASES IQS ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions maybe made by mail at -our
risk. - . .
No paper will be sentout of the State unless the order is ac-
companicd with the cash. .
rrcxr n-BT.v.AVS A7.T) NASHVILLE PACKET.
nPi pvmn v-Pnaennirnr Steamer. II. . paSKS1
H Tr. V. Trill. Cnntnin T. IL NeWell, life
1500 tons burthen. This magnificent Steam-
er, now being completed at a ew Albany, will laKe ner place
in the above trade as goon as navigation opens.
titlr new. of the Iarcrcat class, and is. in ev
ery respect, equal to any Steamboat on the Western watera. J
She has beeu built umljjr tho superintendence, of her expe
rienced Captain, and has all improvements required hy the i
late law. A plan of her Cabin can be seen and State-rooms f
enga"tid bv application to A. IIAMIIilOX Agept,
octiO " - Mai ket Street.
gSf- Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
the Hill in New Orleans, and give his best attention to the
purchase of Merchandise ordered bv her. A; H.
"REGULAR PASSENGER STEAMER BETWEEN NASH
VILLE AND NEW ORLEANS.
TnE swift and superior Steamer Niibh- f.fPf.
ville, Tnos. Btjsntugr, Commander, yglS1
will resnme her place in the above trade on 2sS
the first rise of water, leaving Nashville every three weeks
throughout the season.
The Nashville is unsurpassed by any Boat in the trade for
safctv, comfort and convenience.
A "plan of her Cabin may be seen and State-rooms engaged
by application to J AS. A, McALLISTElt & CO., Ag'ts,
oct it) Corner of Broad and College Streets.
ST Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
thelfashville in New Orleans, and give his best attention to
the purchase of Jlerchandise ordered bv her.
J. A. McA fc CO.
VMI RTJRKSVILLE AND WAITSB0R0'.
-T-im id 1M-LTIT n v rA nif . rP&f!iak I
JAThe liglit draught fast running passen-o-nr
ViiPtot REPUBLIC. M. G. McCallistkk,
Master, will make regular eight day trips in the above trade
during the season. Shipper.- and pasf eilgcrs may rely upon
Eunctuality of this boat for freight of passage. Apply on
oard or to. JAMES CLAIBORNE, Agn
de;20 n w . o en Front st
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE PACKET.
"JUE unsurpassed f;ist running passenger (V1"
JL steamer ENVOY, Tnos. Rodgehs, Mas- Jgzktf&L
ter, has taken, the place of tho steamer sfea
Mattic Vayi,c and will make regular trips in the above
trade during the season. f
Leaving.Ginciniwti every other Wednesday, at 4 o clock,
P. M. Nashville every other Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
The above boat is entirely new and for speed and accom
moda'.iou is unsurpassed. "I will be thanklul for all orders,
and respectfully solicit for her a share of public patronage .
1 3 JAMES CLAIBORNE,
jaui a. en Agent, Front St.
SITHLAND, PADUCAH AND NASHVILLE WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY PACKET.
fpHE new and splendid passenger steamer tv
I Odd Fellow, CAPT. JO. (.'. LEAKE. (taBfigS'
wit. leave Nashville on her first trip, on bat- g
ur Jar the 27th instant, at 10 A. M, and will continue in
th a'bove trade, leaving Nashville on Wednesdays and Sat
urdays, at 10 A.M. and leaving Paducah on Thursdays and
Monilavs at 4 P. M. .
The 'ODD FELLOW has been purchased by Capt. Leake,
for the above, trade. Her accommodations for passengers
aro not surpassed br any packet on Cuinberlaud river. I
ask for her a share of public patronage.
nov7-6in A. ILVM1LTQ, Agent
MEMPHIS VAHD NASHVILLE U. S. KAIL PACKETS.
CITY 0F UUNTSVILLE .Wh
nUK CITY OF HUNTS VILLE will leave Xasbvillc for
i Memphis every Friday; at C o'clock, v.h., and leaves
Mentthii for Nashville even- Monday, at 11 o clock, a. m.
EMU VSSV will leave Nashville for Memphis overy-Monday
nt C o'clock, 1-. ., leaves ilemphis for Nashville every
Thursday at 11 o'clock, a. u., delivering the mad at the sev
eral iws't offices between the above K)i Is. Ihey will also
touch at all points between the postolhces. .
Persons traveling southward will find it to their advantage
lofcikethislinc.asitisfromtwo to throe days mucker and
equallv as cheap to New Orleans; meeting at Memphis with
Memphis and New Orleans Packets which leave on tho arri
val of our packets, for Now Orleans. Our p.ickeU also con
necting with the Arkansas and White River Mail Line. Lye-
osn who call Oil US com
foriable. For freightor passage, apply at the U. S. Mail Of-
fice, Nashville, or
A. 1J. &11.-VN OI .uuiiijiiim.
A. L. DAVIS, Nashville.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FlFfY-FlVE HOURS.
tj. -Vnr-r and nhnrlfistnn Staani Packets.
T E.Urr2S Adder's W'harves ever- Saturday iSs
I j afternoon and each alternate edncsday. TJSi2
On Saturday, .las. Adger, 1,500 tons, yssrifirrs
J. Dickinson, Commander Murion, 1.2O0 tons, M. Deny
Commander. , . .
The Southerner, W. Foster. Commander, will leave
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in complete order.
For freight or passage, having elegant Stato Room Acoom
modation, apply at the oliice of f
ComcrEast Bay and Adgcr's Sou. Whnrycs.
Cabbin passage 25. Steerage $8.
N. B. A new ship will bo placed on the Lmolo connect
with the' Southerner on Wednesdays. feblT trw
At the Sign of the Spread Eagle, College Street.
THE undersigned is now prepared to execute all ?5F
kluds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing. JfS
Also, every variety of Gates, Fancy Step, Balcony gA
and Verandah Railing. My work will be executed as well
as any of that brought from the Eastern Cities, and nt prices
as low as the same article can be procured elsewhere.
All kinds of Blacksmith Work at the shortest notice. The
public are requested to give me a call and examine my pat
terns and prices. 1 will endeavor to give the utmost satis
faction" WILLIAM STEWART,
College Street, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville.
- DBS. C. K. & J. D. WINSTON.
OFFER their serviccsjo the citizens of Nashvillo and vi
cinity in practice of Medicineand Surgery. -Office
on Cherry street, near the Dank of Tennessee.
Dr. J. D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Annstead, on Vine street, between Church and
TUST RECEIVED. A few ofthnso fine Black Satin
fj Apron Stocks. Apply soon. T. J. HOUGH'
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEARL & CO
"tvTORTII-WEST comer of the Public Square, near Plant
JjS ers' Bank, Nashville, Tcnn. .
Kff We arc drawing Sight Checks on all the principal
cities of the Iwst, South and West at the lowest rates. " in
sums to suit purchasers."
lW We buy all kinds of current and uncurrent lianK
Notes at moderate rates.
We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina
Bank Notes, at aver' small discount
We will purchase New Orleans and .Kentucky mon
ies at n fair premium. . ,4 , ,
ISP Wc have Gold and Silver for sale will attend to
collections remitting on any point requested at Bank rxtes,
cbaie but V percent, commissions.
We' arc taking Bank of East Tennessee tho same as
other Tennessee Bank Notes. jan!7
" BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchante,
IV h UHliAiN S.
ffThey keep an Office in Tuscurabia, Ala.
autr2l5 12m .... , i
TIL S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized to
akc C.VSH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
CAKRYALTj FOll SA.1.E. A first rate newcus
; torn made earn-all for sale cheap for cash, by
jn21 W. MEllEDITn.
TRUNKS, &c Extra fine Leather Trunks, Velvet
and Brusscil Carpet Bags, Leather and Drugget Carpet
Bags, just received ana tor saie oy
CRU3IB CLOTHS. Rich and splendid Crumb
Cloths, with borders, just to hand and tor sale br
OOIi HATS. Wool Hats just received and for
"ale by jan21 W.MEREDITH.
BED BLANKETS. Extra fine Bed Blankets, just
received and for sale by MEREDITH.
uTrw CARPETING. Just received this day and
IN for sale lQ' j21 W. MEREDITH.
TENNESSEE HOUSE Hi GEORGIA.
w r HAHOIS. SK1DMOKK nAWUS.
HARRIS & CO.
Forwarding aud Commission Merchants,
SA lrA2ffiAH, GA.f
Pnmrnrd with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities or to any point desired GOODS, PRODUCE AND
"WERfallANDISEr-of-all descriptions, and sell on commis
S PRODUClT AND MERCHANDISE. They, also pur
chase to order GROCERIES, TYhich can be bought on
-most favor&be terms, in the Savannah market. They solicit
vein- patronage, end pledge their utmost exertions to give,
i - -
J. M. ZIMERMAjST.
J. M. ZIHERK AN,
Wholesale Druggist and Pharmaceutist,
. Sicx of the Lion avd jIoetae. 4 doors from '
TIIE oQu.VUU, Jl AUKET C3T., JIASUVILW,
of the late rise of water, a large and
in mi'.! i ; of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
Sdboical, Midwifeey asd AjTATOincAL Instrcmests;
Parts, Oils, Wisdow Glass, Varsishs, Spices,
Glassware, and Stoneware; PAEfT, Varnish,
"' 'Coach and Aunst Becsues; DxE-STurrs,
5 - .- PEEFpauRr, Fancy and Plain Soaps; . t
Fine Tooth and Haie Duosnns;
Lettee and Cap Paper; Steel Pens,
Inks, be: Tobacco, Snctfs, and CiCars;
Powder, Shot, Lead and Safety Fuse; Pure.
Wines, Brandies, Spirits, ic; Landreths Uau
den Seeds; Tannees' Oil, Becshes, Lajipblack, 4c
Purchasers, needing any of ilie 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)
ntlmr nouse in Tennessee.
T f Z nnlrl Jnfnrtn Ins fripnds. 1C.
'that ho will hereafter be assisted in his business
by Mr. MORTIMER-HAMILTON, late of the
II Alii VI JHJ jill J UW AiAAlAiAkV",
a number of years past extensively and favorably known in
the Drugline. " '
UPERIOR ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET.
Jockey CJlub roniaae,
Jules llauels cio,
Balm of Columbia,
Genuine Bear's Oil,
Hauel's Eau Lustrale.
for the Hair;
Linuid and Solid Rouce:
French aild Fancy Soap3; .
Loivs celebrated Honcv Soap ; J ' i
U..cs-nl'j .in1 IT-inal'a ti'nfir'V Snnn';4 '
Vin( nml DressiiKr Combs: ' '"J
Plain. and Fancy Hair Brushes;
Lubin's Genuine Extracts; ' '
Meen Fun ;
American and French Toilet Powd.r3;
Assorted Dentifrices ; , .
Pomade Divines, for chapped skins; .
Tooth Brushes, Faiicj'and Plain.
Just received bv fdec2ul J. M. ZIMERMAN
rf vnmv fJT.ASM Window Glass of nil sizes and
of superior quality received and for sale low br
'J. M. ZIMERMAN.
:tOD IiIVER OIL. Trask's Magiietic Ointment-
Just received by dec20 J. Ji. aijicujia.
MINIATURE' IVORIES Artists' Canvass, Art
ists' Dmshcs, Artist's' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev
ery Shade. Just received by ..,m..o,
ItDsiIES. White Wash", Dusting, Cninib, Cloth,
Black, Pope's Head, Horse, Tanners', Printers, Var
nish, Blue, Paint, &q., of assorted sizes. Just received by
deco,, w J. M. ZIMERMAN.
oliOKlNGO'BACCO ... '
jO 300 Rolls very old and'rich;
100 doz. Cut in papers ;
ah itri. Sraf:.rl:ttti Turkish:
Just received and for sale low by
J. M. ZDIERMAN.
TITAGNOLIA COTTON We are agents lor the
il sale of the celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTONSEED,
an article which several years experience with some of our
best planters has proven to be better adapted to Middle Ten
nessee than any that was ever grown. Call soon or thev will
all be gone. JOHNSON & SMITH,
jan2U T Broadway.
S" YCA3IORE COTTON YARNS -A full supply
ofSvcainorc Yarns, kept constantly on hand-at 1-ac
torj-pricefforCash. ' 1 RAMAGE & CHURCH,
january 1, ISfiO. .
J. T. NATHURST '
ROOFER AXD MANUFACTURER
Of Warren' Fire and Water Proof Lbmponiinn.
I -DEEM it unnecessary for me to say anything in favor of
this mode of Roofing ; the constant increase of its popu-
laruv loru'u iiisinocu w.uo - ------
ly all parts of the Union, is the best evidence of its utility
and value. The roof shows for itself
j0tficcon Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st,
in Moore's block. feb2 ly
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
James Dixon, Pres. Henry L. Miller, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000. . .
Inborance on lives or white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on tho lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. H. L00MIS,
jan lo 6m , AScnt-
THIESTATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF PA
a. j. cillitt, sec'y. J- b. niiTOERFOCD, pres.
Capital 2TjO,000 ! .
(Office on CetJar street, over the Mutual Protection Ins Go.)
"VST ILL tike firc in ''ni10'1 amounts on pity or
V V country property. Policies issued and Losses ad
justed and met at the oliice in Nashville.
References L. J. Levy, ..-,, J
B. Comegcvs, Cashier of-'hil. Bank, I
W.I-Shauer, Gimrd" fPhiladcl;
W. Dennio & Sons j
Rev. Alexander Campbell, "Bethany, Va.
atrickit Brand, Bankers, Pittsburg.
W. H. Bunwigh, Irving House, New York.
G. W. Copelen, Cincinnati.
1 ' JOHN G. FERGUSON-
Nashville, February 2, 1858 Cm " i l
T ") EMOVAL. DR. B. W. HALL has removed, to the
l office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCombs' Cabinet Warerooms.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST
THE subscribers have associated themselves" together tor
the puiposeofcan-ying on a general agency business
in buying and selling negroes.
Wc can at all times be found at our office, Ao. 33, Lcaar
street, between Cherry" and Summer, where wo have erect
ed safe and comfortable quarters for keeping any ruimber ot
negroes, and those wishing to sell may be assured ofgetting
the highest market price, as wc will either buy on our own
account or sell on commission for others. " c pledge our
selves to obe v instructions, nnd especially promise to be par
ticular in selecting good homes for favorite servant, with
out separating families. IWBBb & PORTLR.
Reks W. Porter, Gile3 county. .
Jos. W. Dadds, Nashville. Jan2S
Spring"" Imports? JpS
ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
HAS now in store a full stock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN
adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which
he will continue to receive additions by every steamer
Black and colored Silks;
DIack Dress Goods;
French Printed Lawns;
rancy IJress no;
Erabrd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces;
Linen and Silk Hdkfe;
Satin and Silk Vcstings;
(-"ii . i n . t:ii -
jsuic ano oaim iviouuiia;
Cloths and Cassimeres,
kJUiv auuuuiiu -
rwrr.rio Vnni-pnna Ivromlm.c. Chftiubrr. Camlcis.
Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French 4-4 Chintz,
Bleached and Brown Muslins, Bleached and Brown Drill
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottons, &c
New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers nnd
Wrcatlis, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods,
which he is prepared to offer at the lowest prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade gencrallv. "
A.J. D. is nseiit for several large factories,
and will soon be largely supplied with their
oods. Nashville. Feb. 25. 1853.
"VTOTICE. In consequence of tlicFire on Friday morn-
ing, we arc compelled to suspend business for some
time, but will commence again as soon as we can procure a
suitable house, of which dueuotice will bo given. In the
meantime we hope our friends who are indebted tons, and to
Ewin, Brown & Co., will ccme forward and settle up without
delay, that -we may meet our own engagements promptly.
We can bo found at No. IS, on the square John Nichol's
We would also take this occasion to express our grateuil
thanks to those who have kindly favored us and our prede
cessors with their patronage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens to whose exertions we are mainly indebted for
what of our goods were savea, anu w uuk: juuu uiuiw w
- - i : 1
sympathise with us in ourlos.
T INSEED OILANDWHITf LEAD.-lObbls
I j Linseed Oil j 200 kegs Fahnestock's Tute Lead. Just
received and for sale low for cash by
decoo J- ZIMERMAN.
I-pAMLLr GROCERY. Families living
" near or on Broadway can always get the fol-
lowing anjcies anu; omi u, - "--. -v . si,f.
in small oMarge quantities from day-hght to Wat nighb
Butter, Eggs, ugir, CoffeeTea, Candles Bacon, Lard and
?S Jj ASS WARE. 100 boxes Jenny Lind quartFlasks
V9pBl00i:bbxaFancy pint Flasks; .
100 " " ipint do;
or ale by feb25 V W. H. GORDON & 00.
NASHVILLE EEIDAY, APRIL 22, 1853.
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY' 01
CAP'IT-AL 100,000 DOLLARS!!
Chartered by the State.
THLS Company having fully organized,, is
. now ready to take risks, on all descrip
tions of property, against loss or damages by
a .;.,- v.anlc nf iht Rpn. nr inland rwr.
Ill C, LUJ iiiiuiiui. iiwiw v , " m
. . ' 1. .:.:Aw.n. Fn9 .nOllllllilA Tirill HdMniM.&1 ati fllA
lgaxion j ropojiuuiia vi4 iujvw iu wb.iH,cui a.
office ol the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St
V AW. JOHNSON, President
J, S. Dashiell, Sec'y. . Nashville., Oct 3, 1S52.
C0CERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. ,
CHAUISTON, SOUTH CAEOUNA.
Capital $250,000: AU Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
Nashville, and iim fullv prepared to take llarine, Fire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the NasKrille Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street
seplS . JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent -
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street adjoining the Post Office, and.
opposite the Verandah, will insure on tbn mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize, &c,' against Loss or Damage by
Fire: Steamboats on anV of the Western waters againsUne
Hazards pf Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels ot
every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
fora'tenh of years, or during life. Also, Bank liotes'trans
milted per mail. ...
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a fulPparticipation m all the prot
its, without anv liability to ltos beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay. " . ,
.L S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
- C. J, F. Wharton, Secretary. j'auI
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FERE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 6150.000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. . JOHN M. HILL, President.
Joseph Vaulx, Secretary.
Directors. Alex; Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. rogg, G.
M. Fogg, James Corrov,-Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT.
Chartered in 1819. Capital 30,000: all pa'ul in. Assets
invented in January last 4&9,000.
S. L. LOOMIS, Sec'y. THO. K. BRACE, Pres.
THE undersigned has been appointed Agent of this Com
pany one of the oldest and most able in the United
States, liaving nearly or qui'ehalf a million of Dollars safely
invested at this time for the safety of policy-holders and is
prepared to issue Policies on as favorable terms as any other
responsible office, on Dwellings, Stores, Manufacturing Es
tablishinents,andall other kinds of Buildings; on Household
Purnitiirpand Morchandise in general, either in the city or
country, against Loss or Damage by Fire. Also, against tho
T ' .iJ r . m . . . 1-7 1 11 -1
INSURANCE ON NEGROES.
HOUSE Sen-ants, Farm Hands, Steamboat Firemen,
Cabin Boys, Ac, at customary rates of Premium.
Policies issued and losses promptly adjust ed at the Nashville
Agency. JOSEPH NASH, Agent,
yEtna Insurance Company of Hartford Office N. W. Cor
ner Public Square, opposite Planters' Bank.
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
MARKET ST., OPPOSITE JOHNSON & HORNE's TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
Marble Warerooms at tie old eland Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
. Works, my facilities arc such that I can execute all
kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be doP3 in any of the. Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is thi best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee,
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low "to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, fiuished or iu the rongh state.
A large assortment of Monuments, Tombs, Baptismal
Founts, Urns, Vases, Garden Figures, Grave Stones, &c,
carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
it can.be procured from the East Also, Marble Mantels,
of every description, plain or carved. Building Stone, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
All orders left at mj Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hone by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favbrs. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Spring and Sunimcr streets, Nashville.
PATENT CHOPPING MILL,. .
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
li- article winch every Farmer should have.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
fiye bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is so simple 4in its construction, that anyboy
twelve years old can keep it in order and run it. It is adap
.ted to either 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. DOSS & ADAMS.
7S OLDEN SYRUP.
VJT 10 qr- bhs Golden Syrup, .
10 hf. " Sugar House Molasse3,
. IB bbls Loaf Sugar,
5 " Cr'd. do,
Jnst received trom St. Louis, and for sale by
. feb23 "" SAMUEL SEAY.
TRUNKS, VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
E have just received a large anu tine as-
islls.AVilton and common Carpet Bags, which we will sell at
low prices. R.S. IIOLL1NS & CO.,
jaill'J loonier Ul VyUUCC uuu uhiuh niuiniuc.
UNDRIES. Now landing trom steamer America
100 boxes Soap; 10 ceroons Indigo;
20 bags l'epper;
fi casks Madder :
10 do Spice;
15 do Almonds;
100 dozen Buckets ;
32 half barrels Soda ;
15 barrels Alum;
10 tierces Rice ;
10 boxes Oranges ;
MORRIS & STRATTON.
d? t AAA RE WARD. I will pay thcabovc reward
$5JL v U U to any person or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of tho denoniiuatiot.sof lfiO, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrants ol cither denomination.
R. II. BR0CKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
south ni 1 io i .hi Nashville. octl-t m27.
WEET HAVANA ORANGES. Just received
two barrels Sweet Oranges. R. & J. NIXON.
FURNITURE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, &c.
mllE siih?eriher has iust returned from tho
X East, and is consUintly receiving all kinds of f
"FURNITURE. CARPETING. &c llis stock at
present consists of almost every article in his line ot busi
ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
do well to call, as he is determined to sell low lor cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
marchl5 College near Church street
SPRING GOODS FOR 1853.
IMPORTERS and JOBBERS,
J7. 48, PuMie Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
HAVE now in store their SPRING STOCK, com
prising every variety of -r
Fancy and Plain Ribbons, Printed Lawns,
Jaconets, Prints, Ginghams,
Cloths, Cassimeres, White and Blay Linens,
Jeans and Cottonades, French and
English JDrap DeEte,
BONNETS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, &c i-a,
which theyoffer fgr sale on their usual liberal terms to
prompt time or cash dealers.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and V ool, always taken at
the highest market prices. feb2S
' ' GTAvTialHJEET
Piano Tuner and Hepairer,
RReteb to: Jas. Diggons, J. B. West, Dealers in Pianos
and Music... H. S.Saroni, G. M. Taylor, J. K. Opl, W.
Waterman, J. Gomez, Profs. Music .
Leave Orders at Mr. West's, Diggons or Mortons Music
Stores, Union Street
Orders from the country will bo promptly attended to
jan 20 dtw&w3m. .,, - . - ,-
IL CLOTHS All widths, just received and for sale
Dy janal li.jiiDiioutiu.
hazards ot inianu lransponauon o an uicusuai mum uu
modes of conveyance. .JOSEPH NASH, Agent,
Office N. W. Corner Public Square, opp. Planters' Bank.
sortment ot TrunKs, uarpciyisags. anu Ig&ti -i vt
, consisting of IcTTtoff and Kip')lX
Traveling Trunks and Valises, alsoot Saxony,
JOTTWKnW fr. .SMITH.
Dealers ia Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving andTor-
warding Merchants, Steamboat Agents,
gpnu EBKOADWAI, JNASVUi-t;. . j
MAD. STRATTON. G. P. SMITH. A. W.JOXSaX.
STRATTON, SMITH & Co., ...
Wi-plesafe Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Corner of Broad, and Marlet Streets,
HAVING disposed of nnnlerest in the Grocery depart-'
. ment of our businesarto Mr. Madison .Stsatton, the
same will 'foom this date be conducted under the" stvle of
STRATTON, SMITH & Co. at our old stand, on tha corner
of Market and Broad streets.
Our stocky now ample, will be kept so by large accessions
every few days, to which we invite tho attention and so
licit a call from merchants in the country as well as city
dealers, being determined to sell as low as any house hi. the
city. Our terms cash and cash only,
apr 1, 1852. JOHNSON & SMITH.
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale, and Retail Dealers in Boota, Shoes, -Hats, J
Caps,, Trnnk3f Valises and Carpetbags,
College street, Nashville, Tenn.
; A-IIAMILTON, ' " '
-Cotton andTobaoco Dealer, -Forwarding and Commission
octg NASHVILLE, TENN.
K. 'Js MORBI3. TUOS. E.- STSATTON.
MORRIS & STRATTON,
(Successors to Lanier, Moueb & Co.,)
Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Wholesale
Corner of Market and Clark Streets, Nashville. j
WE have now in store, a large stock of Groceries, Li- j
qnors; Wines, etc which will be sold at the lowest j
marKet prices, tor casu or oaner. (sep 1 1
GEO. W. SEAY.
T1103 C. BATES.
SEAY, BATES & CO.,
SOUTH ATLA2rTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
A CARD. -
InAVE this day associated w:th me in the Saddling Bu
siness my son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future,
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March k Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment J- D. MARCH.
J3f- Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
jfl'n2 J. D. MARCH k SON.
OLIVEtt P. M'EOBERTS. ALEX. E. Jt'KEE.
M'ROBERTS & M'KEE,
Wholesale Groecrs and Commission
MARktl ST., 4 Poors from BROAD ST.,
April 29, 1852 ly
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
BENJAMIN Fi SHIELDS & CO.j having per
lnauentlv located themselves at New Orleans, otler their
services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants
and General Agents, and solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western. Produce, feeling confident that they can
aud will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their inter
est to their care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held
sacred and promptly remitted.
P. S. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and
fonvarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges at this point Orders for Groceries and Insur
ance Risks, withll-e collection of Bills, Drafts, Ac., attended
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.
MYERS & McGILL.
DEALERS JN EVERY DESCT.IITION OP
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
On College street, one door South of the Square.
WHERE may be'found at all timesa large assort
ment of Winchester's, Davis & June's, & Myers'
Patent Shoulder Scam Shirts, of Linen , Muslin with Lin
en Bosoms, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cash
mere; Vigonia Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gatters, Gloves, Kid and
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Waferfords,' Albert,
Do Joinvilie'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
strengthening nelts, Kobe ue Unambre, umbrellas, walk
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razoi3 and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Goods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutler)-, !tc, and
a largo assortment of other article, usually kept by Fur
We have made arrangements with our friends at the
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in lessthan ten davR
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS & McGILL
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of tho
Square, Nashville. octll
BEN. M. NOEL & BR0.,
Grocery aud Commissipn, Receiving .and
. And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
1QUORS AND TOBACCO.
400 bbls Sam Hale's Whisky; lOObbls Drans Whisky;
50 bbls Old Monongahela do 50 " Brown's D D do;
50 " .-American Brandy; 40 " " S M Wine,
20 f Old Port Wine; 25 " N E Rum;
H X Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 FipeJrish Whisky;" 50 Baskets Champaignc;
0 boxes of Lieber's Ginger and Raspbcny Brandies;
52 Pipes Holland Gin; . 20 bblsAmerican Gin;
50 bxs Gus Jones' Tobacco; 50 " Walker's Ale;
20 " Young ABirdewcll's do M.bxs. Allison VTobacco;
25 " PMBoarzNo 1 do;""30 " Fennel's do
,20? 'V " GohLLeaf do 10 " Fenix's do
10 " B. Daily's' ' do 20 " Missouri do
10 " Ender's" do 10 " Sam Wools 5's do
5 " S E White's do 5 " Rend & Nash's do
In store and for sale by
feblO BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
250 bags Prime Rio Coffee;
50 " " Laguayrado; 25,000 Imported Cigars;
800 bbls Reboiled Molasses; 50,0(50 Melee do;
800 halves do do; 10 frails S S Almonds;
50 hhds choice Sugar; 10 tierces Rice;
500 bags fine Salt; 5 ceroons Indigo;
800 kegs Oysters; 2 casks Dutch Madder;
500 cans do; 20 bbls Copperas;
300 bbls St Louis Mills Flour; 20 bags Pepper;
100 ' Cincinnati do; 15 " Spice;
800 kegs Nails assorted; 800 reams Wrap. Paper;
800 boxes Glassware, ass; 500 lbs Kanawha Salt ;
100 doz. Brooms; 20 kegs Shot and Lead;
25 bbls Golden Syrup; 20 bbls Mackerel;
80 bbls and half bbls Crackers:
50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
300 boxes and half boxes Raisins;
JustTeceived and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
WANTED. AfeiV thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
which we will give the highest market price.
feblO BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
JOSEPH F. DUNT0N,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large and well assorted Stock of the
most desirable goods of the season, embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap Goods; White Goods of all kinds.LacesandJlmbroide
ries French "Jaconctts, Lawns and Cambrics, Bareges,
Barege de Laines. Brilliantines; a variety of other Dress
Goods Hosiery of all kinds, nats of all descriptions, Hard
ware, etc. Looking Glasses, a large variety of Guns and Pis
tols, besides a great variety of Trimmings and every descrip
tion of Goods, to which he now submits the inspection of
Merchants of the city and country trade, to which stock will
be added daily, desirable goods from the East. Mercliants
generally, aro invited to examine my stock and compare
orices with that of other houses in the trade.
1 feb 23 J- F. DUNTON
SODA "WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, drawing andboUleing, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions forits use, by
CORNER, OP FIRST AVENUE Si'' 4 REET,
Opposite Belle vuc, New York
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, tc in the United
Stae3, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials; &c.
jan 27 8m Established 20 Years.
tJGAR. 280 hhds Sugar, now landing from steamai
America.and for sale by MORRIS & oTRATTUJi.
D. S. & W. H. WOODWARD.
Forwarding and .Commission Merchants, and
Tesas Land Agents.
Particular attantionpaid to fillinar orders Office, over-the
storeof W. T. Smith 'Co, NoT'tfSMagazine street;
Oct 8, 1852 8m -New Orleans.
ing uanes, Hiding mps, iruiiKs, sole i.eatncr, valuses,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Box, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Wrilins: Desks
CURREY & lj-RTIN.
-jjew AND IHH ARRIVALS, 3Y1
QEEM IS TS A PD RVGG1S TS,
No. 25, union STafer, Nashville, tenn.
CONGRESS TVATJER. 21- dozen bottles of this
celebrated water just received. The analysis of this
mineral water proves it to contain Bicarbonate of Magne
sia and Soda, Chloride of Iodium, lobido of Iiodinm and
Carbonate of Lime. feb23 GURREY & MARTIN.
BOGLE'S HYPERION FLUID. This Hair
Restorative has acquired a wonderful reputation. It is
recommended for Baldness, DandnifF, Humors on the Scalp,
and for rendering the Hair beautiful and glossy.
14 Doz. just received by CURRE if Js MARTIN.
PAINTS. A largo assorlmentof Paints of all colors,
ground In oil iu naif poundand one pound cans, ready
for use. Justrcceived by CURREY & MARTIN.
nPE AS. Wo are supplied with a largtf and fresh- as
JL sortment ofboth Green and Black Teas, of fine and ex
tra fine flavor consisting of Imperial, Superior Colour, Sea
Queen, Old Hyson, Fine Macy Fong, Powchong 'Those
are Canton Teas. Just received by
feb23 CURREY & MARTIN, No, 35, Union street.
m rvBEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
l?ie Remedy ocer all Remedies for the Diseasesof the lAxtr
Duspepsia, Enlargement and fnjlanuitwn of the Spleen
Heariburiu Colic Flatalence, Piles, Conservation, all
diseases or the. BotveU, and stichdluases atari from a
disorderd staU of the Stomach, Liver or Boteeh, as
Scrofula and Sore of any iind. For General Deouily,
from which Ladits freque nthi rner, there is not its
equal in the tchol Materia. Mcdicj.
THE inventor of this preparation was for three vears s
completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
the Liver that he was frequently for weeks at a time uuable to
raise himself from bis bed. Ho sought aid from phvsicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case w pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med
icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public; and conse
quently said nothing throught'ho press of his own case,
until tho character of the medicine was fullv established
by its success, as shown ly the certificates which have oten
I subjoin tho certifictlc of Prof. M. Gabbebt, of Memphis,
Tenu., with whom I often, advised during the time ot mv
. , MEiirms, Tenn., April 17,1 i52.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Ur. J
r. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I ceheve
lower than I have ever seen any ono that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dvspepsiaand Liycr afleciion.
and after trying the proscriptions ot many Physicians in this
as wellas other couutrics, without relief, he finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
uealth. M. GABBERT, M. D.
- Physicians nre requested to try this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the characterwe give to it in this
Huxtsville, January 12, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: I fake the liberty and fell it to te my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 vears, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dvspepsia and diar
rhea ivheu having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe,
entirely cured him. MICAJAH CAYCE.
HcntsvillEj Oct. 17,1252.
Dr. Dledsok Some time has eiapsed since I gave a cc
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saving' to
tho 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 cliflereii
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and lam happy to sav
that it has entirely cured her; and I would couscientiousiy
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of tho
liverand dyspepsia. tf. B. ROBERTSON.
IIuntsviixe, Sept. 29, 1851.
Dn. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of ynur Alter
ative Compound, I think it my duty tesay to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; that I had tried almost even- thing that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any thing that would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which nas
relievedmcin every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles CooNTr, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe: I feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who arc aOlicted, were I not to "further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that I have not had cause to take anything in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. I am yery respectfully yourfriend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.
nuNrs ville, Ala., August 24, 1851.
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for mo without my receiving any ben
efit, when-1 commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAROTHERS.
Huntsville, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: Sm : Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it mil be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to tho healing virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, that for years I 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, and have gained
25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
5?The above medicine is for sale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the Stite. G. W. HEN
DERSHOTT, General Agent," for wholesaling the med
icine. SgTPrice $1 per pint Bottle. no via lvd tr
FOR SALE." ! 7
LOT fronting 84 feet on lower'' College st; running back
lMtw.X'lv0 houses on tho lot, which rent for ?21C
a yearfpifice $900-
- Lot 82 feet on Franklin Turnpike, in Preston Hays addi
tion. ALSO, 200 acres of land in Smith county, 9 mile3 from
Lebanon. For fertility the land cannot be surpassed, being
principally creek bottom, about 100 acres cleared and in a
high state of cultivation, the balance finely timbered.
The improvements consist of a good frame dwelling, ne
gro houses, barn, stables, &c, and Saw and Grist Mills, and
Carding Machine, constructed to run either by steam or
ALSO, S4 acres of land in Edgefield on the Gallatin
Turnpike, opposite Mr. R. Houston's lot. There is on the
lota goad frame house, Kitchen, negro houses, ic.
ALSO, 48 acres of laud on Springfield road, 14 miles from
ALSO, 32 acres of land adjoining tho property of W. R.
ALSO, 7 acres ofland on the Nolensville Turnpike, splen
ALSO, 33 acres of land, 4 miles from the city; on the Rail
ALSO, the large Brick Warehouse on College street,
known as the Port Royal Mills Depot.
ALSO, 250 acre3 of land in Sumner county, near Castilian
ALSO, a tract ofland in Sumner county, on Cumberland
river, containing 190 acres, known as the Sumner Paper
Mills; the buildings were erected for a paper mill, and are
well constructed lor that purpose. Price J 5,000.
AliSO, 3 acres of ground in Edgefield, opposite the prop
erty of Gen. S. R. Anderson.
ALSO, a finely improved lot next to Mrs. Polk's, front
ing 88 feet on Vine street, 140 feet deep.
ALSO, 1 acre and 9 poles of ground near tho State Hospi
tal improvements good.
ALSO, a lot on comer of Gay and McLemore streets, with
a good brick house containing 5 rooms.
ALSO, a very desirable farm 10 miles from Nashville,
rear the Franklin Turnpike, containing 118 acres, good
two story brick dwellings and. other improvements on the
ALSO, a large fine brick houso on Vine street, between
Church acd Broad streets, the lot fronts 40 feet on Vine
ALSO, 2,000 acres of land on the old Springfield road, 17
miles from Nashville, on Mansker's Creek, good dwelling and
other necessary buildings, and also Steam Grist and Saw
ALSO, a large brick house on Church street, near the Do
pot, containing 11 rooms, besides kitchen and other necessa
ry buildings. The house is well constructed for a boarding
ALSO, a small brick house, 8 rooms on Locust alley, near
Finn's grocery. , , Cf
ALSO, a double tenement, 3 rooms each on Crawiora su,
i-SOofalri ofland in Sumner county, ono mile from
Gallatin. The improvements are first rate.
We have also a number of other lots mthe ctyand farms
in the country, which can be boMon good
aprillS No. 50 Cherry street.
CHARI.ES TV. SlfflTH,
BOOKSELLER AND ST-LTIOITEE ,
'" No. 51, College Stbei.t.
OCHOOL, Law, Medical Religious , and Miscellaneous
Q Books ALso' Blank. Books and Stationery, at lowest
PPT Country Merchants, and School Teachers supplied en
thZZnt favorable terms. Itashville, Tenn., feb. 2.
mIbREI AS 300 Gingham and Whalebone TJm
hrellas. 100 Cotton, "
deceived and for sale by A. MORRISON CO,
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, Collsge Street, Nashville, Tect.
RE now in receipt of their entirestock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY for the SDrintr Trade, and in calling
me aiieuuon oi wc mercnauis oi jiiuuic wu ui. xennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and Tarid
assortment, tbeyfeel confident that it wDl compare favora
bly 'with that ot any Houso in any country, and when, the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
ielf-i)Uerai should prompt all dealere in this section of tha
country to encourage a hce marfcet.
They also invito the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers risiriBg Nashville, to thair assortment of Tools,
Farmihg Implements, c, a larg stock of which they always
keep on haad.
Feathers, Ginseng" sad. Btesxaz, taken atthehiahest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment or debts.
THE UNION OF TWO FOND HEARTS 1 :
ONEbright, glorious mom, as Jupiter indolently reclined
iu his palace en Olympus, the Goddess Diana entered.
Her beauteous face wreathed in smiles more bewitching
than the song of the "Cumacan Sibyl " and seating herself
on the kneo of the indulgent God, she besought him to grant .
her permission to lead a Life a? perpetual I irginity I
Her compliant Sire assented tothatKwwiuraJrequestand
instead ot'tho siixen bonds op wedlock, we find tho charm
ing Goddess choosing the insipid life of a spotless Virgin,
andia tha masculine pleasures of the-chase, imagining more
transport than in the raptures of connubal bliss. uMer Mtssen
ly Form too haugldily the Prized," And strangely encieh
preferred the exploit of catching the deer "with Jiorr.s of Gold
that fell at the foot of Mount Parrhetsius, on the jlowcry ccni
ofthe darkpeUle Anadrus"' to a state of
"Domestic happiness, the only bliss
Of Paradise, that survived the' falL"
Such a choice,although supported by the prestige of' tha
Goddess Diana, the public is fully assured, is entirely anti
podil to the inclinations of The Truly Fortunate ana Far
Famed Lottery Agents and Brokers,
Py-fer &. Co., Ao.l Light st., Baltimore, Md. .
They are undisguisedly in favor of the Union, and their
predilections Tor ooth sexes, were never mora forcibly illus
trated than intheMonthofMareh,lS53, as will hi observed
by reading the following grand distribution of
Rich nnd Rare Fortunes !
The Old Established House still stands unprecedented in
the sale of Splendid Prizes.
218,508, in package of Halves, sent to Tennessee- 1
?S5,000, in package of Qr. Tickets sent to Pennsylvania.
$24,oq0, In package of Wholes, sent to South Carolina.
120.000, in package of Half Tickets, sent to Georgia.
113,056, in package of Quarters, sent to South Curolina
$.6,312, in package of quarters, seat to North Carolina.
$10,000, in package of Quarters, sent to Virginia.
$9,2 14, in package of Whole Tickets, sent to Pennsylvania
gTe sure to address for a handsome Priae, j
No. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Splendid Schemes for April, 1853. " '"
JrThc Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, aru given below.
' 4i),0b0 '
Price of Price of
- 75 Nos.
75 Nos. .
- 46 ,00
I S 60
' 60 00
" i Art
5Drawings forwarded to Correspondents bythe.first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
ESrCorrespondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a largo per centage in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
ofthe largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We ad vise the purchase of Packages of Tickets m every in
stance. syBank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at P-V KfcUJi-CO'S.
Remember A Package of Tickets, can drawrocz
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
E5"Tn order to secure a Fortune-.and the cash immediate
ly after the result U known, tha readers of this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, PITER & CO.,
march30 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
H. & B,
IJirORTEitS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR
North side of the Public Square, XashtWe, Tenn.
WEhaveinstoiea complete stock and general assort
ment of New Spring nnd Summer Goods.
In asking theattention of dealers to this exceedingly beau
tiful and eminently desirable collection of" Goods, we" would
say we are now prepared to supply our patrons on better
terms and at lower prices, than the same goods can bo pro
cured, In like quantities, from either Philadelphia or N.York.
The selections have been made with great care, and ar
in every particular adapted to the requirements of the trade.
The stock is not only the largest, but the most varied and
elegant in its assortment ever offered by any one in Nash
ville. We want Feathera, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, White
Linsey, and Woolen Socks, to any extent, at full .market
value. febl4 2m. II. & B. DOUGLAS & CO.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 7
"VTOTICE is hereby given to all those indebted to Ebene
' iS ZEirFlSK, deccascd.intestate, to come forward and make
payment, and toall having in possession any of tho goods
and chattels of said deceased, to deliver them ; and all those
having claims against said deceased to present them proper
ly authenticated, by the 10th day of June next, or they will
be forever barred. D. R CLAIBORNE,
marchll Smtrw Administrator.
' DR. W3I. McLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR,
RESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of Nashville
and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resif
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanently la.
cated himself in South Nashville, at tne corner of W asi
ingtonand Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fount
bv those who may wish to consult him.
"He basin hi3 possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of tho
most distressing cases ot tho following diseases, vir Ner
vous Aflectious, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fite, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hcmoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Hcroorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the fau-
unmhfo residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success. . .
Dr. McLano hopes from his much experience m the i Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
hiseffor3 heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronaga
ofthe sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9-ly. J- p L McLANE.
I3TA11 Letters addressed, post-paid, to South ashvllle.
LOWER SEEDS. 1600 papers of rare and select
Flower Seeds, just received per express from Philadel
phia. Many of these seeds have just been imported from
Europe, and are enti'ely new to our western gardens.
Also in store, a large and fresh (warranted) supply 01
OaVte. Seeds.' CHht
march24 frc35 "oa streeL
ARING0 MAMMOTH. .
rpHE thoroughbred Jack, MABBfOg MAM
1 MOTH, direct from Kentucky .will make pm
bis first eason in Ten-g Jffi 5k
?Tefn7fnSm a distance will be pastured gratis,
fee. Jennets .f,Dl 'Ired ttt fifty cents per weclc He is
&S. rtTana'attthalfinches high, good honest
iS unusuallylarge bone,.and heavy: Wr with
mealynose. He has tho form, size, color and blood to re-
-T-TJST RECEIVED AT 42. COLLEGE STREET.
Pi Ladies eiegunnjauera ucua,
" Super. French Lasting Gaiters;
" " Kid (trimmed) Slippers;
" Elegant Embroidered Patent Leather Slippers;
" bestnne Morocco jvia ana y
Misses atnl Childrens Patent Leather tfcmmcE,
This.day received by mar23 RAMAGE & Vliuti,
CARTJTH, TERRY & DEWr
mS l HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
DR. J. W. GRAY. m
;rwTrW; McCombs'ew Bnilding, on Cherry Street,