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'" 1 F It HARDWARE AND CUiTERYr
CHURCH & jHARLIN(. Proprietors.
OFFICE NO. G9, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST.
THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished lo subscribers at
the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance.
$2 50; within theyear?3 00; atihe end of tbeyear $4 00.
Cujbs. Of fire and upwards 12 00 per copy for one
year-, Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months.
at the foregping rates.
-Fhe TRI-WEEKLY' Is' published every Tuesday, Thursday
f and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if iiotTaid in
advance, 0. . v ,
The DAILY is published at'Eigh'tDo!!anf--"- ' '
t-TTIE MONEY IN ALLCASES TO 'ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions maj be made by .mail at our
No paper will be sent out of thc'-te unless the order is ac
companied with the cash. . , ,
NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET.
OPLENDID New Passenger Steamer, H. .fWSv
rS T XV TTSII Contain T. II. NewEI.I- ll&xiB5fV
1500 tons burthen. This magnificent Steam- fevj--.
er, now being completed at .New Albany, will take her place
in the above trade as soon jis navigation opens.
The Hill is entirely new, of the largest class, and is, in ev
ery respect, equal to any Steamboat on fhe Western waters,
o he has been built under the superintendence of her expe
lenced Captain, and has all improvements required by the
rate law. A plan of her Cabin can be seen and State-rooms
hngaged by application to A. HAMILTON, Agent,
r-sT" Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
the Hill in New Orleans, and give his best attention to the
purchase of Merchandise ordered by her. A. H.
"REGULAR PASSENGER STEAMER. BETWEEN NASH
VILLE AND NEW ORLEANS.
rpHE swift and superior Steamer Nash- eJv
JL ville, Tnos. DBLLSKYDEB,Commanaer, VrvStlS
will resume ncr place in me auove n-aue on
. i , n . , x--U..tll ...
the first rise of water, leaving Nashville every three weel
throughout the season.
The Nashville is unsurpassed Tiyany Boat in the trade for
safety, comfort and convenience.
A plan of her Cabin may be seen and State-rooms engaged
by application to JAS. A. McALLISTER A CO, Ag'ts,
octBO Corner of Broad and College Streets.
XW Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON will qck as 'Agent for
the Nashville in New Orleans, and give his best attention to.
the purchase of Merchandise ordered by her. ;
1 J. A. McA A CO.
FOR BURKSVLLLE AND WAITSB0R0'.
T"i EGULAR EIGHT DAY PACKET. . fgwaf!
XL The light draught fast running passai- Wgr3!
,rpr Vnrkot REPUBLIC. M.G. McCallister. ss3S5
Master, will make regular eight day trips in the above trade
during the season. Shippers and passers may rc.y upon
Ennctuality of this boat tor freight or pavagc Apply on
oard or to JAMES .CLAIBUiiNE, Agnt,
dec20 b w a o ex Front st
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE PACKET.
ri"MIE unsurpassed last running passenger frv ;v
X steamer ENVOY, Tuos.Rodgcks, Mas- 'Jgzte&W
tcr, has taken the place of the .steamer mSaflBSflWi I
Mattic Wayne and will make regular trips in the above
trade during the season.
Leaving Cincinnati every other Wednesdays' v.ck,
P M. Nashville everv oilier Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
'Theabove boat is entirely new aud for speed .and accom
modation is unsurpassed. Twill be thatiklul for all orders,
snd respectfully Solicit for her a share of public patronage.
jatrt a r.x gent, Front St
SMITHLAND, PADUCAH AND NASHVILLE WED
wTTcriiv Awn SATURDAY PACKET.
n-isspnrrpr Steamer . ffW
I Odd Fellow, C APT. JO. C LEAKE; UlEtetf?
urdaythe 27th instant, at 10 A. M-, and will continue in
the above trade, leaving Nashville on Wednaftdays and bat
urdays, at 10 A.M. and leaving Paducah on -Thursdays and
Mondays at 4 P. M.
The ODD FELLOW has been purchased by Capt. Leake,
for the above trade. Her accommodations for passengers
aro not surpassed by any packet on Cumberland river. I
ask for her a share of public patrouage.
nov27 Cm A, HAMILTON, Agent.
MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE U. S. MAIL PACKETS.
CITY OF HUNTSVILLE ff
TMIE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE will leave Nashville for
JL Mcinplm everv Friday; at (1 o'clock, r. M., and leaves
m- l. r;. V.....;fln nrnru Mnmliiv. at 11 O clock. A.M.
mi , .1
xiiureuiiy iii 1 1 wv""-", , o ... .
eral postoflices between the above ports. They will also
touch at all points between the post oihccs
Persons traveling southward will find it to their advantage
lo take this line, as it is rrcm two totnrcc anys nuicKcr aim
enuallv as cheap to New Orleans; meeting at Memphis with
McmnVis and New Orleans Packets which leave on the arri
val of our packets, for Sew Orleans. Our packets also con
necting with the Arkansas and White River Mail Line, fcve
ry pains will be taken to render those who call on us com
fortablc. For frcightor passage, apply a .the U. S. Hail Ul
ficc, NushvUle, or A. B. SH AW & CO., Memphis.
jni3 A. L. DAVIS, Nashville.
UNITED STATES MALL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
nhivrleston Steam Packets.
T EAVES Adgcr s Wliaircs every wminuiy
. nn,nutn .mil ivipli nllnmate Wednesday.'
1 V A W - -- , .
Cofiin.in' .Ins. Atlsrnr. 1.500 tons. -aSw"
J. Dickinson. Commander Marion, 1,200 tons, M. Berry
Connnandcr. . .....
The Sonthcrncr, W. Foster, Commander, will leave
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is uOw in complete order.
For freight or passage, havhifr elegant State Room Acoom
inodation,eapply at the ollice oi tn
CorucrEast Bayand Adger's Sou. Whanes.
Cabbiri paasage .?2.r. Steerage $3.-
N. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. feblT trw
At the.Sign of the Spread Eagle, College Street.
THE undersigucd is now prepared to execute an ZSg3
kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing. Afc
1 1 ... ...... ,.o..;f,- nf n(o Tfnnm- S(oi. BaleOUV
JilSU, tltlj v..v.-j, -"-!- , .11
and Ycranaati nailing, -ny jvors win uc -u.uu.u w.
as any of that bioughtfrom the liasleni Cities, and at prices
us 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. I will endeavor to give the utmost satis
faction WILLIAM STEWART,
College Strecl, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville.
" DRS. C. K. & J. D, WINSTON .
OFFER their services to the citizens of Nashville and vi
cinity in practice of Mediciaeand Surgery.
Office on Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee. m
Dr. J. D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Armstcad, on Vine street, between Church and
TUST RECEIVED. A few of thoso fine Black Satin
fl Apron Stocks. Apply soon. T. J. llUUUli
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF IL PEARL & CO
XTORTH-WEST corner of the.Pubhc Square, near Plant
JM ers' Bank, Nashville, Tcnn. '" . . ,
KB- We Tire drawing Sight Checks on all the principal
cities of the East, South and West at the lowest rates, "in
sums to suit purchasers."
jggT We huy all kinds of current and uncurrent BanK
Notes at moderate rates. .
We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina
Bank Notes, at a very small discount
OST We will purchase New Orleaus and Kentucky mon
ies" at a fair premium. - "
We have Gold and Sdver for sale will attend to
collections -remitting on auy point requested at Bank rates,
charjre but V per cent commissions.
- We are taking Bank of East Tennessee the same as
other Tenncssco Bank Notes. janl'i
BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants,
3fThey keep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala.
11. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized to
ake CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to.th
n ARHYALL TOR SALE. A first rate newcus-
l ; torn made carryall for sale cheap for cash, by
janoj J W. MEREDITH.
mniTVirc 4V 1? (inn T.nnlhir Trunk Arplvft
JL and Brusseil Caniot Bags, Leather and Drugget Caqet
t f.i : i r l...
jniJl W. MEREDITH.
"RDjIII CLOTHS. Uicn. and sp:i
and splendid Crumb
j Cloths, with borders, just to hand and for sale hy
. jan21 W. MEREDITH.
TOOL HATS. Wool Hats just received and for
TED BLANKETS. Extra fine Bed Blankets, just
tS received and for sale by
-jan21 W. MEREDITH.
tTE'VV CARPETING. Just received this dar and
for sale by jan21 W. MEREDlTn.
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
. JIAREIS. SK1D1IOEE HAttttlS.
HARRIS & CO.
Forwarding and Commission merchants,
Fonvard with caro and dispatch to and from the Eastern
ities.or to anv point desired, UUUU5, 1'llODUUJi AJSH
lEKCIiANDlsis, ot au aescnpiions, uuu scu-uu cuuuum-
LnA tn order GROCERIES, which can be bought on
l J. r u nrav.e in tlio Surannnh mnrkst Thev Solicit
uiuiaue Milium, i" rf ,
bur natronaire, and pledge tneir utmost, eiemona logiiq
.? Air ' WJM T.m
nmtilu ornrv Monday
will iraiu iMiouiiiiv lu, - - ( -
C o'clock, p.m., leaves JUcuipius ior xvusimiio j
tn '.i.i. . t iMiviriniflie mail at me miv-
VOL. XIX. &
Wholesale Dragist and Pharmaceutist, -
Sjcx op the Lios axi Mo eta r. 4 txionsr raou
J ; the Square, Mauket St., Nashville,
Have just received, by the iate rise of water, a large and
nusuully fine stock of
Drugs, Medicinesr and Ghemicals,
SOKGICAL, JIlDlVIFEIir AND ANATOMICAL IXSTEUMESTS J
'Palnts, Oils, Window GtAS.-?, Vaexishes, bncis,
W GlASSWAHE, AXDi3TO.VEWAKE; pAIXT, AENISIT,
. Coach axd Ahtist Bhcshes; Drc-STOFFS,
" Pebpcueiit, FANcr axu Plaik Soai-s;
Flve Tootu akd Hair Brushes;
Lbttek ami Cap Paper; Steel Pess,
Ixks, Ac Tobacco, Sxcffs, and Cigars;
. . - Powdkr, Shot, J.ead and Safety -c3E;.PiiaE, ,.
Wixes, Braxdies, Spirits, &.C, LAxnuEnts Oar-iuvns-
Tii-vuRS Oil. Brcsiies, Lampblack, &c.
Purcliasers, needing any of the above articles, will do well
to examine ine udoc siuuun,u.uu.6 v., ', ,
they will find it-ns exfensivit, of pnme quahty, (linot lmVer)
as low as jury other House in Tennessee.
Also, Sole Wholesale Agent for AyeVs Cherry Pectoral,
Williams' Pulmonic Balsap, Mexican 3Iusfang Liniment,
Canton Tea Company's Tefcs. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin.
J. 41. A. WOU1U uiau luionn "is jrienu: clc,
that he will hereafter be assisted in his business
i.-Vr.. rnnTTrtT uwtrr.TfK lnfn nf
yjj i a iviAA4AW" v-- ----- v- ...v i
linn of McNairv t Hamilton, who has been Tor 1
a number of years past erihsirely and favorably known'iu
the Drug hue.
UPERIOR A RTICLES FOR THE TOILET.
Jockey Club Pomade,
Low's Celebrated do;
Jules Hauel'jr do,
Tor the HairT
Balm of Columbia,
Genuine Bear's Oil.
llauel's Eau Lustrale, J . ; it Jeh
Liquid and Solid Rouge; l-,r'l-
French and Fancy Scaps ; C - - ? .
Ixuv's celebrated Honey Soap; : &
Rous.sel'3 and Hauel'rt Fancy Soap;
Fine and Dressing Combs; . -Ljt
Plain and Fancy Ilair Brushes ; fT: t
Lubin's Genuine Extracts ; " -1 - : . -MeenFun;
American and French Toilet Powdt'rs ; t ' -" v
Fancy Chalks) '' "
Assorted Dentifrice!:; ' ' "
Pomade Divines, for chapped skins ;
Tooth Brushes, Fancy and Plain. -Just
received bv dec20l J. ,M. ZD1ERMAN
LNDOW GLAIiS.-Window Glassof allsizes and
of superior quahi.vreceived and lor sale tow oy
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
OD LIVER OK
f Trasks Magnetic Ointment.
decio J. ZBIERMAN.
J Just received by
MINIATURE IVORIES. Artists' Canvass, Art
ists' Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev
erShade. Just received by zmERMAy,
T RUSHES. White Wash, Dusting, Crumb, Cloth,
' JLJ Black, Pope's IlesA, Horse, Tannei-s', Printcre , Var
I nish, Blue, Paint, &c, of assorted sizes. Just received by
dec20 J " Atx Ji v j Li.
q SioiaiVG tobacco - " ;
JO 300 Rolls very old and rich;
?" lOOdoz. Cut, in pa)crs;
50 do. Scafarlatti Turkish;
Just received and for sue low by
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
TAGNOLIA COTTOA'. e arc agents tor uie
M sale of the celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTONSEED,
an article which several-years experience with some of our
best planicrs nas provesn io dc uchctbhi"w juiwicji-j
1 .i P.ll enhn nr llrnr will
nessee than any that was ever grown
all be gone.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
O YCAMORE COTTON YARNS - A fuU su;
kent constantly on hand at rac
prices for Cash. RAM AGE k CHURCH.
January 1, 1S53.
J. T. NATHURST iin
ROOFEU AND MANUFACTURER .
Of Wai-nn's Five and Waif r Proof Composition.
I DEEM it unnecessary for me to say anything m favor of
this mode of Roofing; the constant increase of its popu
larity forthe last seven years that it has been tested in near
ly all parts" of the Union, is the best evidence of its utility
and value. The roof shows for itself
s-OlHccon Spruce Street, second door from Cedar St.,
in Moore's block. feb'2 ly
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
James Dixox, Pres. ' HenriT L. Miller, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus 300,000. .
Insurance on lives of white persons on tho joint stock
and mutual phn.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. & H. L00MIS,
jan 15 Gm Agent-
THE STATE MUTUAL FTRE INSURANCE CO. OF PA.
a. j. gillitt, sec'y. J- RirriiERrORD, pres.
Capital $250,000 !
(Office on Cedar ftreet, over the Mutual Protection. Ins Co.)
Vr-riLL take fire risks in limited amounts on city or
YV country property. Policies issued and Losses ad
justed and met at the ofhco in Nashville.
References L. J. Levy, .,,,,-)
B. Comegcys, Cashier of 'hiL Bank, .1
W.ISluoer, ' Girard" fl'hiladcl.
W. Dennic &5ons - . . J J '
Rev. Alexander Campbell, Bethany; Va.
Patrick & Brand, Bankers, Pittsburg.
W.H. BuiTough, Irving House, Tsew lork.
G. W. Copeleu, Ciucinnatf. '
JOHN G. FERGUSON-
Nashville, February 21853 Cm
T iliHIOVAL. DR. B. W HALL has removed, to the
1A, olliccand residence' on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCombs' Cabinet Warcrooms.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
rpHE subscribers have associated themselves together for
X the purpose ofenrrying on a general agency business
in buying and selling negroes. . .
We can at all times be found at our office, No. 33, Cedar
street, between Cherry and Summer, where we have erect
ed safe and comfortable' quarters for keeping any number ot
negioes, and thoso wishing to sell may be assured ot getting
the highest market price, as wo will either buy on our own
account or sell oh commission for others. We pledge our
selves to obey instructions, and especially promise to be par
ticular in selecting good homes for favorite servants with
out separating families. HA11BS & PORTER.
Rces W. Porter, Giles county.
Jps.W. Daubs, Nashville. Jan26
ANDREW J. DUNCAN", .
HAS nowjn slore a full stock of BRITISH, ' FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN - .
. n ' -Bxy &GO&S, :
adapted to tho present and approaching season, and to which
he will continue to receive additions-by every steamer
Black and colored Silks;
Black Dress Goods; 'r-
French Printed Lawns;
Cloths and Cassimeres,
J?ancy Dress do;
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Iwns;
Embroideries and Laces;
Linen and Silk ndkfs;
Satin and Silk Vestings;
Silk and batm liiDoons;
Ivremlins, Chambty, Camlets,
Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French i-i Chintz,
Bleached and urown jsnisims, utcacucu aim unmumi.
intrs. Cambrics. Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottons, Ac
New Stylo Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac.
nats, Cps, 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 generally.
A. J. D. is agent for several large factories,
and will soon be largely supplied with their
oods. Nashville. Feb. 2.). 183.
NOTICE In consequence of the Fire on Friday morn
ing, we are compelled to suspend business for some
time, but will commence again as soon as we can procure a
suitable house, of which due notice will be given. In the
meantime we hope our friends who are indebted to us, and to
Ewin, Brown & Co.vill come forward and settle up without
delay, that we may meet our own engagements promptly.
Wo can bo fomid at No. 18, on the square John Nichols
old stand. .
Wc would also take this occasion to express our grateful
thanks to thoso 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 saved, and to those kind friends who
sympathise with us in our loss.
Vet 2 EWIN BROTHERS.
LINSEED OIL AND "WHITE LEAD.. iobbls
Linseed Oil; 200 kegs Fahnestock's White Lead. Just
received and forsalc low for cash by
dec20 ; J. M. ZIMERMAN.
FAMILY GROCERY. Families living dfi
near or on Broadway can always got the fol-Winn-
nriinlts at mvstorc. No. 52. on Broadway.
in small or large quantities from day-light to 10 at night:
Butter, Eggs, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Candles, Bacon, Lard and
all other articles usually kept in a Family Grocery.
febl6 D. TRIGG, No. 52, Broadway.
i LASS 1VARE. 100 boxes Jenny Lind quartFlasks
IjslOO boxes Fancy pint Flasks;
100 " Kp'mt do;
or ale by feb25 W. H. GORDON &C0.
NASHVILLE, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1853.
IKE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 01s
CAPITAL 100,000 D OLLAJ2S!
Chartered hy, the State..
rpHIS Company having fully organized, is
X now ready to take risks on all descrip-
fire, also against penis of the sea or inland nav- wM-tj
i ication. Propositions for insurance will be received at the
ollice of tue Nasnvme insurance ana irusi uo vonege ou
A. W. JOHNSON, President
J. S:DAsmELL,SecV. Nashville, Oct, 1652.
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
. Capital S250.000: AH Paid In.
I'jIAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine Tire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the-Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street . tt T i i
plS JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
rFFICE on i Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
J opposite the Verandah, mil insure on th mutual prin
cuJe, Houses, Merchandize, Ac., against Loss or Damage by
FiVe Steamboats on any of the Western waters acainst the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes- of Vessels of
every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also; the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
for a Wot years, or during life- Also, Banknotes trans
mitted per man.
miums which they may pay.
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
- C. J. F. Wharton, Secretary f janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AOT) FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, mid way
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 therisG of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats, and
other ri vcr crafts, and on sea vessels ' and other cargoes on
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President.
' JosEpn Vaulx, Secretary- . T n
Directors. Ales. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. uogg, tr.
M.Fogg, James Correv, Juo. M. Bass, Joseph V .oods, team
nrl R1?. Matthew Watson. J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
NASHVILLE STEAM" MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
MARKET ST., OPPOSITE JOnXSOX & HORXe'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE,
JfarLle Wareroonu at the old stand Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities arc such tliat I can execute all
kinds orwork in the most tasteful manner and the latest style,
.as" cheap" as it can be 4o2 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 the best method.
Unvtnrr fin Jimul nil kinds of Marble from Eeast Teuuessee.
Aic ,f fin,. Mnrtm(nt of Ecvutian. Italian and American
''MarbV, winch I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re-
Kill, UniSIieuoriu ie imcii
A large, assortment ot MoxuMEXTS, Tombs, Baptismal
FonxTS, lTrxs, Vases, Gardex Figures, Grave Stoxes,.&c,
cah'e'd andletterea to order. roicnTdne.lAnnLS execntod
to order and Sent to any part of the South-West as -cheap as
itcanbeproairedfrom the East Also. Marble Mantels,
:of every description. plain or carved. Buildixg Stoxe, sold
Wholesale and Retail. .
All orders leu 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
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their' favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Spr'ug and Summer streets, Nashville.
PATENT CHOPPING MILL, .
For Chopping Corn or other Gram, .
article which ectry Farmer should have.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five bushels an hour cither fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is so simple in, its construction, that auy hoy
twelve years old can keep it in order and run it It is adap
ted to either Steam, Water or Horse Power.
Havin" 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
Cnd them at J. M. Seabury's, on College street, where they
will be happy to take ords. BOsb & DAilb.
aug2. jb - :
OLDEN SYRUP.- . . .
10 qr. bbls Golden Syrup,
10 hf. " Sugar House Molasses,
16 bbls Loaf Sugar, ,''.
o " Cr'd. do,
Jnst received trom St. Louis, and for sale i by
fub23 SAM UbLi SciA 1 .
.TRUNKS. VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
WEhavcjnstrcceivcdalnrge am! fine as-((nfTi.iinl-
f1rrwt T5.1ts nnd
viiifto4 onnsUtnifr of Sole. Bsxs and Kip-sS!'
Tr.vpIiiHrTi-unks and Valises, alsoof Saxony,
Bells. Wilton and common Carpet Bags, which we will sell at
low prices. R.S. ROLLINS & CO
" jail 19 " Corner of College and Union sts., Nashville.
UNDRIES. Now landiug frpm steamer America
100 boxes Soap;
10 ceroons inuigo;
5 casks Madder;
32 half barrels Soda;
15 barrels Alum;
10 tierces Rice ;
10 boxes Oranges ;
MORRIS & STRATT0N.
20 bags l'epper;
25 do Ginger;
10 do Spice;
15 do Almonds;
100 dozen Buckets ;
and forsale bv" febll
" AAA REWARD. I will pay theabove reward
Wi-i UUU to any person pr persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denomjnatioLS of 1!0, 80 and -10 acres. 1 will pur
chase single warrants ot. either .denomination.
R. H. BR0CKWAY
Rooni" over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
soutti.ui v. m i.itti.ftashvillc. octi4 mvu
WEET IfAVANA ORANGES. Just received
two barrels Sweet Oranges. R. &J.h IXON.
FURNITURE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH,
rrsirrc subscriber has iust returned from tho
JL East, and U constmtly receiving all kinds of
FHRNITUREsCaRPETING.-A-c. Ilis stock at
nrnVnt rnnsists of almost even' article in his line of busi
ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would
do well to call, as he is determined to sell low for cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
march 1 5 College near Church street
Tin: thorough bred Jack, MARING0 31AM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
lii first spiisnn in Tennessee at Canev Sprinir in
Marshall county, five miles below the fishing ford in Duck
River, at-thirty-five dollars insurance and fifty cents groom
.fee. Jennets sent from a distance will be pastured gratis1,
and grain fed, if required, at filly cents ptr week. He is
fullnttcen bauds two and a half inches high, good honest
measure, unusuallylarge bone, and heavy; black, with
mealy nose. He has the form, size, color aud blood (o re
commend him highly to those who wish to improve their
stock. We consider him the master Jack of Tennessee.
For further particulars see hand bills.
march ll-Un KNIGHT & WILSON.
-TILST RECEIVED AT 42. COLLEGE STREET.
I cJ Ladies elegant Gaiters (with heels;)
" super. rencn Jjasung uauers;
" " Kid (trimmed) Slippers;
" Elegant Embroidered Patent Leather Slippers;
" best fine Morocco Kid and Goat Boots;
Misses and Childreus Patent Leather do.
This day received by mar23 RAMAGE & CHURCH.
II. C CARUTH.
CARUT1T, TERRY & DEW.
" ' DEALERS LN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
54, Mdrlet St. and 25, Merchant St., Philadelphia
. ' DR. J. W. GRAY.
Office, in McCombs' New .Building, on Cherry Street,
ISeltcetn veaaertcn ana union.
SCALES, WEIGHTS,. CASTINGS, &C, &C
JUST received Platform Scales to weigh 1500 lbs.
do ' do' do 1200 lbs
do do do 700 lbs.
do do do 100 lbs.
Counter Scales.. Tea Scales.
Extra sets of Weights; 100 lb weights,
Caldrons, 75, 50 and 32 Gallons.'
Sugar Kettles of all sizes.
English Pots from 1 to 18 Gallons.
Tea Kettles of all sizes.
Do., for Stoves.
Copper Toasters, with wire cylinders.
Enameled Sauce Pans of all sizes and best quality. -TurnedSatice
Pans and Frying Pans, cf all sizes.
april6 . SNOW, .MACKENZIE & CO.
JUST received a few patterns of elegant-Parlor Grates,
for which on account of their beauty and superior man
ufacture, have received prizes at the Northern Exhibitions.
These are the handsomest Grates that have ever Sbeea
offered for. sale in Nashville,
apriia SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
. , i - 1 - tncitrArl in till?
AH persons having ineir me us jnuy -
Institution, arc emitted to a full participation m all the ! prof
t Wl,nn'tnnvlmhilitvto loss beyond the amount of Pre
' JOHNSON & SMITH, '
Dealers in Cotton, and Tobacco, Receiving and For
warding Merchants, Steamboat Agenta, &c,
aprill BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
MAD. STRATTOX. G. SMITH. A. W. JOHSSOX.
STRATT0N, SMITH & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Corner of Sroad and Market Street!,
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart
ment of our business lo Mr. Madisox Strattox, the
"same will fcom this date be conducted under the style of
STRATTON, SMITH A Co. atom- old stand, on tha corner
of Market and Broad streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept so by large accessions,
every few days, to which we invite the attention and so
licit a call from .merchants-in the country, ai well as city
dealers, being determined to sell as low as any house iu the
city. Our terms cash and cash only.
. 'apr 1, 1852. JOHNSON & SMITH.
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valise3 and Carpet Bags,
College street, Nashville, Texx.
Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and C6mmiss!.on
oct3, NASHVILLE, TENN.
K. 3. MORRIsT TITOS. E. STRATTQi.
. MORRIS & STRATTON,
. (Successors to Laxier, Morris & Co.,) .
Commission and Forwarding Merchants- and Whol lie
Corner of Marlet and Clarb Streets, Nash ville.
VXTE have uow in store a large stock of Grocerier Li
VV quors, Wines, etc., which will be sold.at the lo.iesl
market prices, for cash or barter. scpl I
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
BENJAMIN E. SHIELDS & CO., having per
manently located themselves at New Orleans, offer their
services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants
and General Agents, and solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
and 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 forthe receiving and
forwarding of everv 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.
MYERS & McGILL.
PEALEHS IX' EVERY DESCRirTIOX OF
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
OA 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 SeamShirt3, 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,-
Cutf Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen s Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, -btocKs, lies, Watertords, Albert,
De Joinville s, plain, Emb d and. sen-adjustim?, Uravats
..Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
n. ' r 'i.j:.. j n n -r.f.. tj:,'.; nr,A
ing japs ior luiie uuu uemicmcu. iuuuai, itiuiii): um
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chanibre, Umbrellas, Waifc
ina- Canes. Ridmtr. Whips, Trunks, bole Leather, Valises,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Boxji, Toi
lets. Oucra Glasses, Porto Monies, rans, riling Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois and
Razor Strops. Combs. Brushes, Good years Uum uouls.
Perfumery. Toilet Bpttles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
KSjp" W.c have made arrangements with our friends at the
North to forward us uoods as soon as received Dy toem,
therefore we shall have goods here in Iessthan ten days
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS & McGILL'S.
Furnishing Store, Collcse street 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
BEN. JL NOEL & BRO.,
Grocery aud Commission, Receiving and
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
T 1QUORS AND TOBACCO.
JU 400 bbls Sam Hale's Whisky; 100 bbls Drans Whisky;
50 bbls Old Monongahela do 50 " Brown's D D do;
50 " American Brandy; 40" " S il Wine,
'20 ' " Old Port Wine; 25 " N E Rum;
5 Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 50 Baskets Champaij
0 boxes ot Jjiebcrs Ginger and Kaspbcrry Urandies;
52 Pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
50 bxtf Gus Jones' Tobacco; 50 " Walker's Ale;
20 " Young ABirdewell's do 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco;
30 " Fennel's do
20 " " " Gold Leaf do
10 " B. Daily's do
5 " S E White's . do
In store and forsale by
10 " Feuix's do
20 " Missouri do
10 " Sam Wools 5's do
5 ". Rend -5: Nash's do
"BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
150 bags Primt Rio Coffee;
50 " " Liiruayrado;
25,000 Imported Cigars;
800 bbls Reboiled Molasses;
300 halves do do;
50 hhds choice Sugar;
300 kegs Oysters;
500 cans do;
300 bbls St Louis Mills Flour;
100 Cincinnati do;
50,000 Melee do;
10 frails S S Almonds;
10 tierces Rice;
5 ceroons Indigo;
2. casks Dutch Madder;
20 bbls Copperas;
20 bags Pepper;
15 " Spice;
300 reams Wrap. Paper;
500 lbs Kanawha Salt;
20 kegs Shot and Lead;
800 kegs Nails assorted;
300 boxes Glassware, ass;
100 doz. Brooms;
25 bbls Golden Syrup;
30 bbls and half bbls Crackers
20 bbls Mackerel;
50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
800 boxes and half box6s Raisins;-'- - - "
Just received aud for sale by - BEN. M.NOEL & BRO.
"T'TTANTED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
v V which we will give the nignest marketpnee.
febl9 BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
T OT fronting 34 feet on lower College st; running back
JLJ l'JStect. two nouses on tne ioi, wnicn reniior $ait
ayoir, price ?900.
Lot 32 feet on Franklin Turnpike, in Preston Hays' addi
ALSO, 200 acres of land in Smith county, 0 miles from
Lebauon. 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 imnrevements consist ot a trood frame dwelling. ne
cro houses, barn, stables. &c and Saw and Grist Mills, and
Carding 3Iachine, constructed to run either by steam or
ALSO, Z4 acres of land in Edgefield on the Gallatin
Turnpike, opposite Mr. R. Houston's lot There is on the
lota coad frame house. Kitchen, negro houses, Ac.
ALSO, 4.3 acres of land on Springfield road, 14 miles from
ALSO, 32 acres of land adjoining the property of W. R.
ALSO, 7 acres of land on the Nolensville Turnpike, splen
ALSO, 38 acres of land, 4 miles from the city; on the Rail
ALSO, the largeDrick Warehouse on College street,
known as the Port Royal Mills Depot
ALSO, 250 acres of land in Sumner county, near Castilian
ALSO, a tract of land in Sumner county, on Cumberland
river, containing 190 acres, known as the Sumner Paper
jlills; tue buildings were erected lor a paper mm, and are
well constructed lor that purpose. Price $5,000.
ALSO, 3 acre3 of ground in Edgefield, opposite the prop
erty otu en. o. II. And-jrson.
ALSO, a finely improved lot next to Mrs. Polk's, front
ing 8S feet on Vine street, 140 feet deep.
ALSO, 1 acre and 9 poles ofground near the State Hospi
ALSO, a lot on corner of Gay and 3IcLemore streets, with
a good brick house containing 5 rooms.
ALSO, a very desirable farm 10 miles from Nashville,
rear the Franklin Turnpike, containing 118J acres, good
two story brick dwellings and other improvements on the
ALSO, a large fine brick house on Vine street, between
Church and Rroad streets, the lot fronts 40 feet on Vine
ALSO, 2,000 acres of Iami on the old Springfield road, 17
miles from Nashville, on Maueker's Creek, good dwelling and
other necessary buildings, hhtt also. Sleain Grist and Saw
Mills. - "
ALSO, a large brick hoa5fr ,6n Church street, near the De-
pot , containing 11 rooms, kitchen md oerpeceua.
rybuddmgs. The house is weJl constructed lor a boarding
ALSO, a small brick house, 3 rooms on Locust alley, near
ALSO, a double tenement, 8 rooms each on Crawford St.,
. above High street
&XiSj, 20y acres oi lana in oumner county, ouu uiuc uulu
Gallatin. The improvements are first rate.
We have also a number of other iots in the city and farms
in the countrrwhich can.be bought on good term3.
" GLOVER & BOYD,
aprillS No. 50 Cherry street.
OUEfeEY & MASTIN.
.. NEW AND FRESH ARRIVALS. BY k
CURREY & MARTIN.
ClfEMJS IS AND DRVGGIS TS,
No, 85. uxiox strtet, xashville, texx.
SQDA WATER. As warm. weather is approaching
we have fitted up a new our Soda Founts, and are pre
pared to dispense as pure and as cool Soda Water as any
other house in the city. Ours shall be the neplus ultra fount.
The syrups are all made of the finest quality and most deli
cate flavor. We shall bchappy- to receive the patronage of
our citizens and of strangers visiting the city.
IS" Our Soda Founts will nolle open on the Sabbath.
CURREY & MARTIN
april32- NO. 85 Union street
NEW ARRIVALS. --Brushes, Counter, Paint.Paint
ers' Dusters, Gilders' Tips, Badger Graiuers; Hearth,
Extra Floor, Lamp Brushes, Clamp Scrubs; Popes' Heads
for Windows; Bottleandvial, together with all other Tarie
ties. just received and for sale low by
ap22 CURREY A MARTIN, No. 35 Union st
i 7N ALE'S CELEBRATED BARBER SOAPS.
' JT 10 doz bars just received by
aP22 ' CURREY A-MARTIN.
FOR BATHING. Bath Belts Bath Gloves, Bath
Rrushes and Bath Sponges; just received by
ap22 CORREY & MARTIN.
SELECT POWDERS, Of Haskell, Merrich &
"Bull. We have just received an additional supply of
these pure and unadulterated medicines, which are especial
ly recommended to the attention of physicians. We are al
so supplied with
Powers AWeightman'a Chemicals;
Tilden A Col's Extracts;
Henning's English Extracts;
. . Mander. Weaver A Manders Chemicals; ,
Thomas' Extracts, Ac
All of which are warranted pure and genuine. The Pre
scription department of our establishment js supplied ex
clusively with these pure and unadulterated medicines.
S3jT No adulterated Drugs, Medicines, or Chemicals can
findaplacein our store. CURREY A MARTIN.
FLO WER SEEDS. 1600 papers of rare and select
Flower Seeds, just received per express from Philadel
phia. Many of these seeds have just occn imported from
Europe, and are enti'ely new to. our western gardens.
Also in store, a large and fresh fwarranted) supply of
Garden Seeds. CURREY k MARTIN,
march24 No. 35 Union street
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
Tiie Remedy ocer all Remedies for the Disaisesof Uie lAitr
Dyspepsia, Enlargement and Tnjlamatio of the Spleen
Heartburn, Colic Flatalence, Pihs, Constlrpation, all
diseases of the Rowels, and such diieascs js uriie from a
disorderd state of the Stomach, Liver or RbtceL at
Scrofula and Sores of any Lind. For General Debility,
from wliicJt Ladkx frequently suffer, there is not lis
equal in the whole Materia Medica.
THE inventor of this preparation was for three years s
completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
the Liver that he was frequently for weeks at a time unable to
raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was 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 uurivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing through the press of his own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown ly the certificates which have Deen
I subjoin the certifier tc of Prof. M. Gabbert, of Memphis,
Tcnn., with whom I often advised during the timo ot my
MEiirms, Tenn., April 17,1352.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Dr. J
N. Dletlsoe and some years ago he wa reduced I cd eve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsia and Liver affec:ion
and after trying the prescriptions ot many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief, he finally suceeded
with a preparation of his Own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, JL 1).
Physicians are requested to f ry this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this
liuxTSViLLE, January 12. 1952.
Dr. Bledsoe: I take the liberty and fell it to Le my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering: from disease of the
stomachand bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 years, had been under
medical treatment about nve years lor dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery. I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
enureiy curea mm. JUUAJAil UAXCb.
HuxTsviLLE, Oct 17, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe Some timo has ciapsed since I trave a-cei
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. JL now take pleasure in saying to
the public, that my wife had for three or four rears been
subject to the wor3t 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 differen
medicines, with momentary relief. Beius: persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liverand dyspepsia. jN. is. ttUUfc.KTfaUN.
Huxtsville, Sept 20,. 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe navinc seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my dutr te say to the public, that
I had been lor years subject to spells ot uramp uolic, 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
tainlv relieve me. until I tried the above medicine, which nas
relieved ineiu every attack in less than an hour.
WJI. U. hLVXU.
Giles Couxtt, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe : I feel that I should fall short of my duty
fo you and to those who are alliicted, 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
Deucve my neaitn is as gwou as u ever is at niy aa vancea aire.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. 1 am very respecttully vour lnend.
JlilAlilll J. HAKWUUU
Huxtsville, Ala., Aujnist 24. 1851
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician uad prescribed for mo without my receiving any. ben
efit, when I commenced tho use of Dr. Bledsoes Alterative
Lompouna. which curca, me souuuiy, ana x recommend 11
f . i t rr a a! r a
' t i i r . i
because Oi ine same nappy enecir upon omcraoi my acquaint
ance. juan-n odaiuiiLciw.
Huxtsville, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: bin: Judjjintr trom tne certincatcs 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 I amst say, that for 3-ears I suffered a
m-eat deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement or the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
- , e i a i, t ,
2o or oO pounds, ana ieei uuoia as weii as i ever uiu.
SSfThe above medicine is forsale in even Drue Store in
the city, and mo3t of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN-
DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med-
. - -T .z. - . A lAAl- r. t 1 1
icme. rnce per pint ixuue. novio iva ir
Ricii Spring" Goods.
W. A. & J. G. UIcCLELLAND,
No. 20. PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE receiving and now opening their block of aPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety,
it is decidedly the most attractive tney nave ever opened.
They would call the attention of purchasers to the following,
with many other Goods not enumerated :
itiuu untaa uuuua.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silks ;
.t. Plain Rich Silks, all colors;, '.-.,'.
" Berages, " ,
Challeys, Dayaderes; '
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75; . ...
Plain and Bordered Brilliantes;
Rich Organdy Muslins ;
" French Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25-to 50 cents:
Valencienne Laces" and Inscrtkigs, Star Point Laces, Va
ol IiijHti rVillnrs flnffVt nnd Dumtv Bands. Jac-
ICUUilUiib UUU J " u m ' .
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mournmg
and Traveling Collars.
LINEN AND DOJIESX1U
Kheetintrs. Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine Bird's EycDiapbr, Huckaback and Medicated
TWfl lacp. and Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, Ac., Ac.
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened In Nashville, Also. Silk for Mantles.
Mull Nansook. Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace-
Tietts, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
nt j irt,:t silt- TTnss. Thread and English Cotton
Hose Misses Silk aud Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid gloves l
f Rn.1r.ti.1 PIatM Siltra Ttlnplr f!mras
AliU U All VX UUUliJ.
UerarGinghana and Musling,, blue Rept Silks, without
3 Collars, and lleeVes.
run JlliU uwia.
mr.fha rooolmoros f!ntinnades. DrillinLfS. Summer Coat-
V.rt-r, irnir -xir Tlnvo
ings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Lmen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotton Half:
.Hose, Ac., Ac. c,,-,-..,
We will take great pleasure in snowing uur oiuth., ieei-no-
awnrod we will be able to offer such inducements,, aa it
rotrardsstyle and prices, as tobe conceded by all. ,
Nashville, March 29,1853.
TALL &. CUNJflNCDLAM,
No, 47, College Street, Nashvtllk, Tesst.
ARE now in receipt of their entire aiock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY for the Spring Trade, and in calling
.ihe attention of the merchants of Middle and East. Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
.assortment; they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly w.itli ikitot any'House in any coantrr, and when the
hem of Transportation is, considered, it will be found that
self-intert'tt should prompt all dealers in this scctioniof the
country to encourage a home market
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
aud Fanners visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Fanning Implements, Ac, a largsi stock of which they always
keep on haad. " .
Feathers, Ginseng and Reesirax, taken at the highest mar
ket prices inexchauge for goods, or in payment ot'debts.
"THOU HAST A CHARMED CUP 0 ! fIM 1" r
' "Like to the Pontic sea,
ii uuseicy curreni ami compulsive course
Ne'er feels retiring ebb, but keeps due on
To the Pronontick and thi Ht.llinrvnt "
So the undying fame, bright -as the baie of sunset haloa
o'er the laurel brow'd," deservedly accorJed to thoso Truly
Fortunate and well known Exchange and Lottery Brokers,
PYFER & CO., Batimore, Md. f
Will 'keep due on," until their popularity extends from the
"icy Capes ofLabradore," to the searching sands of Nubia's
Desert, aud until the Hosannas of & Universe exlol their
name in one prolonged shout that shall frighten the reign of
chaos, and startle scared echo from hercaverned sleep. "In
lazy apathy let stoica boast."
The grateful praise duly received from every section of
the country, from those who have been snatched fnJin the
Drink of despair by the untiring efforts of Aese far lamed and
popular Lottery Agents, is the only reward they covet lor
devoting their enetgTes to the public'lsen-ice; to them praises
. are wages." The immense amount of good that PYFER A
A CO. thcTruly Lucky and Far-famed Lottery Agents, No.
1 Light Street, Baltimore, Md. Have, accomplished by' pre
senting to the public monthly a schedule of unsurpassed
schemes of Legal and Responsible Lotteries.
In presenting to our numerous correspondents throughout
the country our very brilliant and elegant schemes lor tho
month of May, we enjoin those, whose expectations were not
fully realized in April, in thejaogu.igc ot the Poet, to
"Attempt the end, aud never atand to doubt :
Nothing's so hard, but search will lind it oul"
READ THE RESULT OF PERSEVERANCE
In packaged Whole Tickets, the Brilliant Prize of 50,
210, iii Grand Consol. Lottery of Maryland, Class No. l,vaa
sent per mail to an old correspondent in Virginia.
$26,000, in package of Halves sentto South Carolina. .
15,000 in package of Whole Tickets, sent to Pennsylvania
$ll.uou, in package of Wholes Tickets, sent to Georgia.
S,U00, in package of Halves, sent to South Carolina.
20,00, in packuge of Quarters, sent to Tennessee.
$I2,(JiH), in package of Half Tickets, sent to Ohio, '
$S,w)din package of quarters, sont to North Carolina.
$5,000, in package of Wholes sent to North Carolina
ij?Be sure to address for a handsome Prize, i
PYl'ER & CO.
No. 1 Light street, Raltimore, Maryland. .
Splendid Schemes for May, 1853.
"ir"The4CerUficatc Prices, of packages of quarter tickets
only, are given below.
Price of .Price of
7 a Nos.
,78 Nos. ,
'- 78 Nos.
. 18 drawn
10 5 of 12,000
"' 3u 00
JTDrawiiigs forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
Correspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
who order by thePackage, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. ESSTBank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PYFElt A CO'S.
iSfRemember A Package of Tickets, can drawr'ouE
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
3T"In order to securo aFortune, and thecash immediate
ly alter the result is known, the readers of this paper havo
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
brokers, PVFER A CO.,
aprif 23 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Mtl.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '
"VfOTICE is hereby given to all those indebted to Ebexe
J zer Fisk, deccasedjintestate, to come forward and make
payment, and fo all having in possession any of the goods
aud chattels of said deceased, to deliver them ; and all thoso
having claims against said deceased to present thein proper
ly authenticated, by the 10th day of June next, or thejawill
be forever barred. D. 11 CLAIBORNE,
march II otntrw Administrafor.
DR. Will. 3IcLANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR,
EESPEt'TFULLY announces to the citizensof Nashville
and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
deuce of fourteen years in the South, and perraanentlyla.
cated himself m South Nashville, at the corner of Wast
ington and Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure or the
most distressing cases ot the following diseases, vie Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and
other Uemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial acd Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Wor.ns and various other Diseases incident to the hu
Dunng his residence in the South, he attended f o over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
of the sick and afllicted. .'
Nashville, Feb 'J ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
gjPAll Letters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
JOSEPH F. DUNT0N,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
No. 51, Ptblis Square, Nasheille, 1'enn.
HAS now in store a larga aid well assorted Stock of the
most desirable goods ot" the season, embracing every
description and quahty, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap GoodsWhite Goods of all kiuds,Laces and Embroide
ries, French Jaconetts, Lawns am Cambrics, Bareges,
Barege de Laines. Brilliantines; a variety of other Dres3
Goods, Hosiery of all kinds, Hats 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, ilerchants
generally, aro" invited to examine my stock and compare
prices With that ol other houses in the trade.
feb28 J.F. DUNTON
SODA WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, drawing andbottleing, of the latest and mosfap
nroved construction, manufactured and for sale,- witb7ex-
plicit printed directions for its use, by
COEXEIt OP nnST AVENUE AXDi 4 BEET, f
Opposite Bellevue, , . 1 q?
rii nnlv Mtnhlishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER 3IACHINERY, Ac., in the United
Kfnfoa nnrt whom mair be found a lanre assortment of every
article connected, with the business, including Matenals, Ac.
jan 27 gm -ESTABLISHED 20 1 EARS.
230 hhds Sugar, now landing from steamei
O America, and for sale by
A1UUKIS A STRATTON.'
D. S. & W. H. WOODWARD.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid to fillinir orders OSce; over the
store of W. T. Smith & Co., No. 68 Magazine street,
Oct 8, 1852 6m New Orleans.
CHARLES W. S3IITH,
BOOKSELLER A1D STATIONER , .
No. 51, College Stkeet.
SCHOOL, Law, Medical Religious and Miscellaneous
Books,, Also, Blank Books and Stationery, at lowest
"Country Merchants, and School Teachers supplied on
til a mnat V,..iVila tarma nahinlln Tpnn.- feh. 1.
Nashville, Tenn., feb. I
UMBRELLAS 300 Gingham and Whalebone Um
brellas, 100 Cotton, T, ,
Received and for sale by A. MORRISON A C0V
SELF-HEATING SAD IRON.
TUST received a few of the new patent SEtr-rHEATEf
Sin Tnovs.hr which, with tho assistance of a cent
worth of CAarcoaf, the Ironing, for.a large, famjly aaay be
done in the shade under tne trees, ana requires no i&rge urn
--j,?r for sate by
,.GfL GORDON A CO.
,-ttreMi Steuben ville Cewwrai
-ss" W H. GORDON A CQ.