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NVSHLLE, B3ffl:"'SAlDA,MBSTi. 1853."
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DEADErtlCK STREET.
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THE WlijCKLY TiUN AND AMFlCAN-fa furnisheJ
. . iotiibmM,ue jMtompK n&:Sing.e copies,
.-jWjin -fclyanee. $4 So, within tte jrcar'?a 00; atlne'
: anbceri'd 1
of the year 4 00, Cuibs OF fire and upwards saW
Ier copy for one year. Clubs of subscriber vvdYbere"-'
ciav-ed'fx.rstx'moulby abUforego:ng rates. ' .--
,Ti6 T.BSAVEEKLY is rublislipd,eTeiyjTuiayi Thursday
. end Saturday, at "tf per annum in adrance; if not paid in
.advance, $6., , , .....i
. - DAI LY is published atJEigliy tolUrv. .
STTUE MONEY IN ALL CASfcS.TO. ACCOMPANY
, .,SUlXSC.RTION..jS , -
Remiln(if-8ubscriptiuiis maybe, made by. mail at our
risk.
paper will be sent out of tlic State unless Hie order Is c
coiupanied witb the cash. . . r
MsillSteV5S KcaiSer
OFF;
T ' A5VE, 'AAJ. . -
Illy . rFFJCE-ou tJedarStree'l, adjoining tbe Pest Office, and
TKEKEil "the Farmers io' tlft stafeiiienfs below, made by I v oi-.positethe A'erandah, will insure-on Ui mutual prin-Tr-..T..hn
W.i.niV nn',1 lV' Tlrftdlei'.' t have m it in clfJ rtimitfSjriliircIiahdiie. Jfcc airaint lxs or Damaeebr
operaliou several tiioe. I am rotisfied of itS'feicat Utility. As
thcM!aonistt!lvaueing, 1 now offcrlliose 1 have ou hand for
ii. P. CHEATHAM.
imo km , .... ... .Arliri!U. Tin.
"" .' J " " . .
Cou I. P. CatxtuKV.-DtSrihe been using.
the-Heaping and Motring Machroepatenreuted by 3111111;
rot niinafZ which vouareSowotferinKtolbe citizei of Ten-
. It is e n'osriuLTEiJUioE sanxoMACinxB. It mirks
.vtAtlr and uii-Wv: ll.e amount cut per day will depend
principally upon Uie sfnsd of tbe teant. If the team can
travel four Wiles per hour, it will Keap nrMqw, fifteen acres
in lea hours. It w entitled to the confidence iof 1 die public,
T, L.K. Brad er, now manamne tue hinu ol Vr. blielDy,
mate tbe folIowi'ng.lUtemenU Vhavehadfor more thin
-one week. one of CoL CUatW moinB and lejning
macumes.wenareineaiiincm.Kiu;i.,u.uu - uu.:;., -
P . a?. now state that It mows niKJ'Cats cleaner tiuiniue
sytiie blade, and that it will mow per day as much as I
l-aoaa, ana ncauxeainii teisi iweniy-iour acres ier uv.
juneM-a. UP. BRADLEY.
WESTEHU UILITA2Y INSTITUTE
" Drenrion Springs, Henry tountij, Ky.
THE" first term of the seventh jinunal -session ofihij
Collepe commences ihe stcond' MomUy in Septan-
i,.I453,aiwltliesecond termon-the.ii Mumtaj in the 22 -j
TIieFiiciilly coiisistsornineejqverienced professors. Tbe
number of cid'ets in 'attendance last ws-Viion'was-SZT; of
whoi 15 rrere from Tennessee. The oiiirse of studiese-n-iiran.
thiii-iMitififl wjir nf the U. S. ilililan' Acjdeniy
and lliormiffh inslructiuns in IlUfory, Engiil Literature, i
ted to a select course, including Civil EiiginDerinj Modern
Linguaes, Book.Keepinjr, with Conunercial .graclice and
other branches at thetr.opti' n.
The Military feature u oot introduced merely- to difHise
Military knowledge, but to promote discipline, hulth arid
physical development.
Charges for tuition, Iwarding, room.a.fuel, lights, washing,
eerranU' attendance, and uk ofTurniUire and arms fe'.'d
ptrterm. Surgeon's fee $3 per term. For further intbr.
'motion nddress A. 0. Smith, Evj, Wiisville, K.r., Smith Jt
JlJinson, 6r Magaiine street, New Orleans, or B. R. John.
m. Superintendent. july23 ldmAw-t
JEW DAVID'S KEBREW PLASTER,
rpnE'gi ent Remedy for Rbenmattsm.fiout, pain in Ihe Side
X Hip, Back, Limbs and joints, &rofu!a, King's Evil,
Wjile Swellings, Hard Tmnora, Stiff" Joints, and all fixed
pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot
eii.st
These Plasters -posseift Ihe advantage of being put up in
atMight boxes; he.ice they retain theirfall virtues in all.cli
mate,'. This celebrated Pain TIrtractor has been-so extensively
used by Hivsicians and the people in general, both inthii
country and Europe, that it- is almost needless ia say any
thing about it. Yet there may be some, who stand in need
ofitshosling powers Who have not yet tried it. For "their
sakes we will simply state wbat it has done in thousand of
cases, and what it will do for them when tried.
. A. VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read tbe following testimony from a Physician.
. Gexiluies. Your Hebrew Plasterhas cured me of pains
of which I have t utTered for twelve years past. "During this
. period I labored under an affliction ofmy loins and side, and
tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug
gested, Lut withoulobtaining relief. At length ! tisetl your
Ilatcr, and am now by its good eflecls entirely cured. I
will roeommeHd the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to nil,
-who ait! fufliriiigfrom con traction of themusc'.es or perma
sent pains 111 the tide or baek
The people oTGcorgialuve but to become acquainted with
iU TirtnS nhai they will resort toils u.
Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER, M, D.,
Torsythe, Monn couuly, Ga.
To Mesrs.Scorii AMead, New" Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTlI
CAROLINA.
Mes?bs.,Scov. k Mcai,: -I havebceiriroubled with the
curonidrheumati-m for the U-t tnelvc jears. On the 1st of
July lStS, 1 w3Sv bad tlial I coull not turn Hi) e!f in lied,
and ihe lain so severe llial 1 had 1 ot MeptawTuk for six days.
At this tltacniyatlending Physician prescribed the '-Hebiew
Piajjer,". and it acted bke a cbann; the pain left me and I
slept m&rS tbari 'lialf of the night; aiidin ihrce days I was
Able to rifle out. ' I coifiderthc Hebrew Plaster'' the best
remedy for all soru of .mius now in use --v.
'. - 0, W. McMINN.
Hendersonvilla, N.'C, Aug.15, lSe.
Bwaref counterfeils and ljasoimitMiousl
2T Toe genuine will in future have the signature E.
Tjvlor on Ihe steel plate engraved label on the top of each
&ii- - . . . .
l'iiiciiasers are advised that a mean couulei-leit ot iinar-
" . . . . , ...i.l
througliouttlicSJouth-and no jwdlar is allowed to sell it.
Dealers and purchasers giaierally are cautioned ag-amst buy. j
ingox nui our.rcguiar uviiw. iiiiien, ie iej mnwu..
ed unou with a worthless article.
Forsale by . SCOVIL A ME.VI),
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Whole-ale Agentsforthe Southern States, to wlroin
all orders must be addressed.
'Sold by
EW1N, BROWN & Co.,ashvjl!c, Teun
W. V. & j. u. .sr.uivi, on;
J. JL ZIMERMAN A Co, do; -
CARTWJtlOHT & AliilSTKUMi, do;
THOMAS WELI5, -t ,
II. G. SCOVEL,
do-
j' "4;
"jgft'T
)
jnlil-dlww
- PH1L0T0KEN OR FEMALE'S PBIEHD. . .
. For the cure of Painful and Ditordered Menstruation,'
Mlfc image or Abortion, and the relief or all tho.e
Sympathetic Nervous Affections attendant on
Pregnancy.
llnch of lha suirerio!r attendant nimn the lives of females
t llie tireseiildaymay belracedto some slight imprudence
crneglect duringsome critical riod of their peculiarsea- j
1VJ.. !'T":L W!::-? !
tvinirtthy induces lha;e chronic forms of disease Con
a 1 .- t ...i,:.!, ;.,.. I,,.-.. iu,..
sumption, Drojy, D)-sfpiift, Ac -wliich either Iiuitv them
to an eaiiy gi'avc or lenucr iiieuiintauus ,i .i.ii jioj
the fsirestnnd loveliest of creation, at tiuitage w lien uie una
, . . ,r. 1-: :..tn t.l.vn. l.aca u'ttliurpil ami niptl finm
thp eaiat t)f.bsiruction, and the wantufa remedy to assist J
nature at mat ereiiuui peiiwi.
. TRY THE PH1L0T0KEN. - t
It is not offered as licure of allills that ficsh is heir to,
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class1 of com- !
plainU, in which it is warranted to do all mat is ncre set
forth, or that medicine directed with experence end skill can
.ertoriji. Sold by SCOVIL MEAD,
111 Charires street, ew Orleans.
General WboScuIe Agents lor the Southern States lo whom
oil orders must be addressed,
julyl ly dtwAw.
0RAEFEN3ER0 CHILDREN'S PANACEA.
t MOST etrauge and irrecoucil ible fact meets us at tire
J very IhresholJ of onr icnuiks ou Uiis valuable inedi
cine. It'is th'nc aat no medical preparation adapted to
lie various disvasosTif childien and youth, has iver been
oflered ffi the public, while at Uie same lime it ia ttstablished
by the mMt accurate tAbles of mortality that oiwIAlf tie i
titn rWtify M ty'Tt reaeh(fth agr ,.f ir yir!
We sliiinld suoposa that to. tins great class of human suf
fervrs tuT, oue-Kalf of the race the most anxious undear
netl allenliou would have been given; that medical skill
would have been taxed o its utmost capacity to find orit a
medicine to which mothers and nurses ini"ht resort under
tlie constantly rccuiriiig necssities whicli preseut thcui
tel res in this conucdion. The world is literally .crowded
with medicines for nUU, but towards the sufferings of ddl.
dren 110 one has seemed totuni properH.tr n. No one
hat lBganld their condition. o one lias Jiiedtnlhiuk
ii umitble that the ravages of disea- and dcitu aioong tiem
miehtlie Stayed. It is true that there are numerous cr
milngps and Cordials of some value, biit.iiiuie of thee ia
amfiiiud exclusively lo one ortivo forms oT diM-a-e. Ihe
Graerenlx-rc Children's Panacea is the only uiwlicme extant
in cither hemisphere th t Uatall worihroT being cilie.1 a
Children's Medicine or that supplies the great wantallu-
delt is 'iisvaluablo and imsnrpasscHl indH-sitf infantile j"n
dier c-ip4ugnd tUtiilencv-.diarrltaja, altaneoiK,enimi.'ii,
tlic limi-'h, teethiug.falUnfrnt' the fdhdautent, conriiKioiis
rickets, rinffiyoiiii. scald head, measles, cr.wp. wftnns. c.iol-cta-infaatulh,
wasting of the bodj", and all disease! incidtnl
to the yeus-of dilldhood.
Price W cents per bottle. .
For saleisl all the Drugstore.., in tmvii and wintry, and
!.- ' ALhXHiV WwilN
'julyltj Nashville. Tenn.
V'iirlSJ THAT ATtP. JTAXTTS.
w1
10 docs not know that Ltbns A t'o., keep hi ways on
h..nd tlie finest I. iais and 1 ouaci-u "e u m
ii Kin r tn thiKu who ure icrtmrant of this. Is
toreque them.tooall And examine onr stock, , au.1 they
will m be convinced that such is the cxra. ln t forget
tbe UJm (Lj-ons) Deo, No 1, Cedar street. .
'p..i.o...iTlrc jieiust iu recoint of a large lot or
motangaad chewing.Tob:iccos. consisting of some of the
.n.vt brands, fine cut and iu plug. Tor sOe odWr whole
fn
calo or retail by
LYONS A CO.,
ju!yl3
No. IU, Ocil.rSt.
OAF
XFETY I'USEiSfJW'.WO leot (eimibe Salety rw,
kj by tbe
oncinai nunuiaciiinus, yj.
fc OH CATI I AMWVATSON k CO
THE UNITED FIREMEN B INSURANCE COMPANY 01
' HASH VOLE,
CAPITA fi. 100,000 D (tZLAStStJ
Chattered, by the State';
TiHTS Com'fianr h-Ving fully orcanfzed, is
Ai now ready to take.- risks on till Jescrip
.tiqus opropci"ty against loss or damages by
1ttetL l'wnositlbns' tor insurance vrtll be received at the
urc. also against tienis ui me bea-oriiiuiiu.nY-
isi . ;.-....-. . o i
"fS'oi!ice-"ol ihe -Nashville Insurance and-Trust Co.. College SL
A. "W. JOHNSON, President
J. SJ)jlsuiell, Sec'y. Nahville,-.Oct SAiSt.
"; C0-IEIAL IUSDJlAKCSCOMPAlfY.
Cll STOX, 01fTH CAROUXA.
'Capital ,250,000: All Paid In.
IHAYE been appointed Aj;?ntoT tbe above Company at
Nashville, and am fullv prepared to take Marine, fire,
j River Risks, on lb toiM fi-.lcablo terms.
I Ajfull slaimen.of thcsolieiicy of, the. Company can be
:- f ' .-.i. r-.f. . x- .i-u..r., . .....I nv... r.
ovi,UHi)in.iniisV. ........, ..-,5
K -. 1 1 -t -
IIU11T. Oil vonegc suwt. ,
seplS JOHN S. D.irffiLL, Agent
4 the mutual peoactiox insurance COHPANY
Fire? SteamboaU m iinyjof the A item waters n2ainit lhq
j JIaiardsof lufcuid Navigalioc and the Cargoes ofVesselsof
; every descriplioil 'againstthe I'eninoi tue -saa nua;uiverg.
i Aim. 11ief icrskms in irooil healtli. for a sinslo year.
furttcna of yews; orduring life; Also, Bank Noles traus-
. All person., latine their live or properYy inred in this"
insuiunon, areeDnueaTOn iuu naniupu-."" I".?
i, without any hab.l.ty to loss the amount of 1're-
Jmiums wlucu UitT may py. . ., ,
T &jnWfflLt
! T J.U JOhON.YicoPres.dent.
i -Ct J.F. yniOTQS.-Secretorr. ml
j jehhesses ilAHINX AMD PIBE dSUKAIICE COM-
xmnh - T v-i -j. ?7i,:S,ira,
t f)E 0?AfJtf M pSSnS?7
I ite&Ll1!'' .A " VlSJSZ
Tlidy nillmakoinsurancewi Houses and Goods of ereiy de-
j , o,M,tv!. ,! nm .inStf;,
T luVoSKSl iToats ,d
and the risk of the rivtr: on the Carrro of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and oh. eaveels and xiilier.cargoes, on
the usual terms. JUiiw ju. .Miiiij, ji' resilient.
Josui-n ValtO, Secretary.
Uiekctors. Alex. Allison, John 3L Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. TnW J,imis'piTer. Jim. XL Bass. Joseoli Woods. Sam-
J uel ScajdattheW;WIatson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavoclc
jant .
, LIFE IWSURAWE.
NevrTork Life Insnrance Company,
Yo. -lOo Broadwaii, Nev York.
Tire Bin'ruAii plak,
-Acctimitlalcd Capital $500510.00.
ri FKEIKAX, ACTpA&Y M. fBXKSLlX, fttlt'T.
ii rTotAf AtimliAr at Pottclel tssoetl bv thll
Coinmny up. to July let, 1832 eight thousand
six ncnurpti ami eur&tjone.
TrpUividecds lnadu aonhally on nil Ufo Po-
Jiictoslu ihape of.toot.DOiirlng interest atthe rate of G per
lent. ...
TO The divlJendi heretofore have always averaged from
At) to 5u percent.
Bj Persons taking out Policies for the whole term ot
U7e can Vive their hole at 13 months for 4Up'er cent of the
premium, and payCOporceiitliicasb.
.Appllricatiuua far.riilis, prospeetus'of the company, or In
formation relJlhif: to Urn eubjuctof Ui'j ImunDce may be
uadeattheoSlceorthe undersigned licneral Ageut for the
NtatenfXemiesiec. JOSEPH NASH.
Offlee S. W. cornenPubllc Square,
oppoHeTUnters, Bint. Aahvllle, Aug. 1U.1832.
: " LIFE INSURANCE '
HARTFORD L1FI? INSURANCE CO.MP.VNY, HART
FORD, CONNECTIC OT.
Jauia Duos, Pres. Uenut it JIillkk, Sec".
"Capital and Surplus t300,000.
iKiCUAXCR on lives of white persons on tlia joint stock
.and mutual phn,
, Also. Insurance on the lives, of .Negroes, on reasonable
Urnii . S.IL.L00MIS,
jan'15 8m ' Auenl.
tna Insurance Co. of" Hartford
LIFE DEPARTMENT.
Annuity Tund 415Q.OO0.
KXCLUSIVKI.V hsld pledged.and appro printed,
with its reserved accumulations, by the erjarWrtSOb
and reuUWnisonhe Cooipany, to the payment of Aunu-Ites-aiid
loes-.upon Insurance ou Life, and in no eventlia
lleforother debts, contracts, liabilities, or .engagements of
he company.
OFFICKItS.
T1101. K. IStiCc, Preset, S. L. Ijiomih, Recret.irv;
K A. BcLELtr, VUe J. W, Ssvaoca, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
K. A. Udlklxv, Johh L.BoawiLL,
KilIUT Drmii Rolajiu -MiTHta,
UilehA.Tditlz, Hdwim G?Kiplit
llx!CRl Q Pfc ATT.
Thjs being a Joint Hloct pron'rlfcty company, and conduc
ted on tlio ca-h attteia, the Managers havuadoptod atahlo
of rates of premium as low as Is consistent with 'safety and
aiicA lawrrthan lhoiot the Mutual Companies.
Applicatioua for lists 011 white persons, received by the
underaigneJ, who will furui-h Prospectusetof the Coinpa
any, aud any Information relative thereto.
"J, jTlhksUuslafesagaiiisl diseases and accident earning
death, taVen; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency, JOS. NASH, Agent,
Office N. Vt. corner Public Suaro,
opposite Planter Ttank. Ktiville, aii. 10, li51.'.
illedical duitiiiicrk.
V.0Z J&U. Offleeh0urs,3to5l,.M.
THE KASHVILTJ? MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
"l'TAVING, at great expense, procured the mot recently 1
.LA impnived machinery and tools for the construciiou ot 1
1 ilie heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western t
mid Southern nulilicH iiortion of their natrona!re.
We are 1
urvnarcl to make to order Hailrnnd Jlnchiuerr. i-uch
! as Loconiotivcs, - Passeiiger. Fieiglit "Cars, Frogs, Switch
I Stands, Repair Cars, and idl wort appertatningto Kailroads.
1 Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
! to 300 horr jKiu er, with bnileis of flic best Tennessee Iron.
: Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular- or Sash
, Saws,embradnjjtlielatestimpruvcuients. Grist Mills.
Engines and Machinery, complete. Tor Grist Jlills of all sizes.
: Sugar Mills of the most icocut const ruction, with Engines
IO lM
to corrciiid, put up in auy part ot the southern country.
ni:(xfiaTy amiurtcnanccniade toordei
ln a, cnsC, wjlere ,t is ai, we
-xannucs 10 drive vyoiiou uius, wiiu iui
r at short notice
we furnish an engineer to
put up tue engine and nisiruci an lnienijreni negro, so mat
he may contiuua ao oiieraic tue enciuc. sc.
Brass and Irou Castings of any size or description, ith
Shafting, Mill Geeru., Water'Wbecls, Cat Iron Bank
Vuulby made to order.
Information cheerfully given and orders received by
J. THOMPSON, PresideHt
" N, B. The highest priccs-juUd for old-Tlrass and Copper.
sepl -. l-! - .
(!?' A A l REWARD. Mvfllpay theabove rcivard
yJ)l,UUU to any person or persons,'-as a nreniium
above the itiarket price, for one thonsandInd Warrants,
of Ihe denominations of IhH, SO undiO aci-es. J,will pur-
- chase slnjrle'wjirraats ol cither denomination,
f - - K ,L uuoCKWAY
"j Room dyer Oak Jlallcast side Pubhc Square, 2d door
, souti.'ti J 1 ui.Naslnillfc. octli m'-!7.
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS "DAILY 11
ifiilinifPITlllV ,lT.'t.,I IM1 f
rnttP 1 . : ! , . .( T.. M .r ,1 T. ... t j ll . .1 ll I QS
"5 TO'iiEif M
hTi.Sn reiiviuglvge .ddition. to SU im. Ji
meuc slock of
Genti I'asb fouablc Spring and Slimmer Reaily
Made Clothings
t. i -,i ,;n ll A3 lilW AS AW
. .. .........
Already in stoic Fine Brown, Blue,
. Black and OliveFrock
and Dress Coats of Ihe latest styles, French Tweed, Cash-
mcrctte, PIiisli, Urap U-.te, Silt i.iistre imd Urass laueu
Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coats, Ac, Ac-, Ac
l'anfs and A'ests of every color1, shade, pattern and quality
to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWLSEa fine Assortment of Gent'sfuniishing arti
cles, coasistiugot Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, jDrawers, Cra
vats, Hnndkereh!e5,Susienders, Hals, Caps, Trunks, Va
lisas,.Canet Bag, Ac. Ac. " ,
Also, ' variety of Y.ihths' and Childrens'.Clothmj, from'
tlux-c years of age upwards. . L.'P0WERS,
Tennessre Clothing Depot, No. JUIarkef St, directly op
positc Uuioii sti-eet,
-'o connexiou with any other house in the city.
N. B. Not'to be sold" or undersold by any man or combi
nation of mep. .' ,- -.- " . ,i
Country Merchants in particuar, are earnestly invited lo
call and iuspect my stock previoos-to purcbSing elsewhere.
marchat . " "' Kmt'j
UNITED STATES HOTEL--" '-'
AITOWA. OA. ... C
TnEaborc HOTELisiiowopenforthereccptionof hz
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BO ARl)ERS.Jiii.
This long eitablished and well-known House lias under
gone a thorough alteration Ihroughoat, and lurnished with
jieW and fashioueblo FURNITURE.
TUe-TAliLE wid .ilivavs be supplied with the BEST the
inaikct afford; and the "Proprietor tnisb. by a systematic
course, both with servant's and the regulations of the house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that liiav favor him with their patronage. .
jrn:;l-lv t'rw JNO. W. SPEAR.
G- Tn'tTu'DEIt MANUFACTURED- BY THE
HAZARD Fonder Company of Counectscutr
..... .. . n..i ,1 1 n- II, u.lt
liwl kef's lenluckV niiio a owner. i' iusvav.u.
fllMI halfkejJ do do do
lSjdo
do
So, - do
25 do,
125' do-
do;
do;
S3l)qr. kpii do do do
5a kegs ITcer do do
IjtO; kejp lll.isting do
500 lbs dif S Ugs eacli) da
ptn .-.oiUt. i s fir",. itiiln do
do;
do;
do;
1 pound.
F.ti !i.ivb Wiirlfrf1 hi liist bfein received direct from the
uvuiufaciU-V if Ihe I huiird Powder Company the qualitr
tifwhkh we!l kii.iorh UmMighout the United States. All
riespionipiItttled bv apliction at my Powder Dapot
Sorth Kl-4 corner Puhlic Square, Nashville. t
AI.S0 !tM),0;iO feet Safety Fue of best quality.
S.H. LOOMlS.A-rent
niareh25"
for the Hazard Ponder Company.
PATENT CHOPPIHO MILL. .
l'or Choppinir Coni or other Grain,
A artiek ickiclt ttery fiimifr thoull hice.
7 T tiill grind, with one or 'two horse power, from four to
i five bu-hcLs ait hmir ither fine for bread or coarse for
stock -and is so simple in its con.tnletion that any boy
twelve vers old can keep it in order and run it It is adap
ted to cither-Steam, Water nr Horse Power.
lUvinn-sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
tbe above Mill, in Teunessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan aud A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, nersons'wuhing to .purchase can
find them at J. M. Seabury's, ou. College street, "here they
aiill.be happy to talu orders. TWSS auaais.
aug-23.
MISCELLAKEOTJS.
PBRSlTirRE! "FURNITURE!
I AV just receiving u'liue assortment of Pu'VsSt
nitureof Uie latest and most approved v"
suIm. which will bewarranted as recommend-'
.ed, and will be sold as cheap -atthe cheapest. Having en
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an. assortment ot Gil
bert's superior Pianos, nlw Window Sltidcs, Clocks, Mir
niRi, Ac, Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles
sent free to theltailrond or anywhere itf the city. Remem
ber 5, Union street. Cheap Pumiture Depot.
ap27 i KU.MQB.T0X
' KCRE IfEW PIANOES.
WE hare, received by recent arrivala'nine -rf
more of those unrivalled I'iaxos, inade
br JB. Dunham and Adam Stodart i Co.. of ST A
various sty Ies and size, which will be sold very low lor
ca-di or"good notesdrawing interestj and warranted to-giye
satisfaction in every respect.
ap9 W. Jfc T. H. GREENFIELD A CO.
J". U. CUnif-EY,
Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
0ULD resjiectfully inldrmhisfnends
W. and the public generally diat hcJJ3
1
Keeps a ,iun assortment uj xuriiuiiv uu-iy
liand, consisting of E'ireaus, W'anl-rolies, Bedsteads," Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, l)h-aiu, Book Cases, Show er.Baths,
dc,Ac.
Ordered work and repairing done al the sliortest .notice;
and onvnrr rpjwinalih, fernis. with desikitch.
Mattraasca of all kiiuls made to order comihotf sUttck
'kept constaiitly ou hand. -
Undertaking Hannj: -just received irom J.ew lorka
lot 01 uie airiigut uuu ujr eAuusieu.jieu.iiu vwuur m
orders for Collius can be filled in very short notice, from
the Plain Servants' to tbe fine Metalic or Covered, and on
very reasonable terms; together with everytbingajeccssary
for funerals. . .
All orders left at mystoreon College strcet.."cv25, oppo
site the Sewanee House, will be imnctuaily atlended to
botlmight and day. 3. U. CURREY.
N. B Shaving; Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend
ed to w lieu desired. Bfict . J- II. C.
niSSOLtT TON..
rpnECo-partnersbip heretofore ensting under the style
JL and finn of Puittrs 4Uabt is this day dissolved by
Mutual consent. AH persons indebted to the firm are re-
auested to make immediate 'settlement, and all having
claims against, the same will present them for payment .
Kther partner will use the name of the firm in lipiidationr
only. WILLIAM PI11LLI1"S.
July l, 1833.. HENRY HART, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Mr. Henry Hart, mv" Successor
and late partner, to Ihe fo'rmerfriends and customers of the
House, and respcclfullysolicit for him a continuance of that
patrouare so liberally bestowed upon tholAtc firm,
julyl WILLIAM PHIIXIPS.
JAMES D . LEHMER, ...
Produce and General Comlsaon ilercliant,
riNCINNATI. OHIO.
PROMITattcntion given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED
FRUIT. FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac,
Ac, upon which adrauces will be raadeif required.
t3? Orders promptly tilled for-Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour. Whisky, &.ty ic
lJ Agent tor tne sate 01 star ar.n 1 aiiow uanaies, .rjaie-
ratus, Pot and Pttirl Ash, and Lard Oil, which will be ,lui
nished at Unrent market rait tcithout Oomirumun. -
julyS -djtwam. -
VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOlt
SALE. The undersisned oflera for sale his residence
on Spring.or Church Street, with the furniture if desired..
Terms made Known on application 10
R. (!l FOSTER, 3d.
Orin my absence to' GX M. FOGG.,
j u'ne 17 tf.-
WALL PAPEIiS.Iust re
ceived. 2.0iX" bolU of those.
beautiful French Papers, lor Parlors,
Halls, Ac. toeether with' a .splendid t
assortment of Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire facrceus. Win-
duy Curtains, Ac.
Z-tpUn hand a large assortment ot ungtazca rapers, trom
10 to.25 cU per bolt.
IvAiAUlS) K UUlUlal,
No, 20, Collegeatreetv next'dfior to the Sewanee House,
julyl 4,- . v.'-V
. W. W. FINN,
41, MARKET STREET,
DET'W-EEK UNION AO JUS SQCABt,
AuAriKf, Tennefsee.
OLD AND VELVET PA
lX I'ER HANGINGS. A linre
and beautiful variety.
Jjecorativc nil fapcrs, an
uie laiest ritDcn designs.
uorilers. v jnduy capers. Tea&ter and Ceuj
tre Pieces, a large assortment.
Ulicap unziazed l'nuers 13,000 nieces in store.
from to 2a cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and CutAPi Fob
Lash.- jnlyz
JUST FINISHED AND J?0R SALE
AT THE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
TiO. 5,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BARODCUES,
HOCK AAV AYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES.
tT Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that repv.
Slont's Coach Shop is ou CLARK STREET. CfoS
julylO IRAVA. STOUT
-IICII AND CHEAP GOODS AT JNTICIIOE'S
Lt CORNER I have on hand a beautiful assortment of
Ladies' DiessGoods, which will be sold at verf reduced
prices, as the season is advancing. Great barg-aius may be
expected. Call soon.
Muslins and Lawnsfrom RclPc. 12c ami 15c, and a fine
assortment of Beragas of all style, Silk Tissues, Evening
Dresses, Ac, Ac Also a good assortment ofMiurquito Ne6
juul7
No. 13, Cor. Sipttre ami Markst st.
DISSOLUTION The Copartnership "heretoforeex
isting under tbe stvle of McNAll'Y & FUKMAN, ex
pired on the 1st day of Julr jnst. R. C. McNaiiy will con
tinue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness of Ibe late firm. Signed R. C. McNAIKY. .
Nashville, July Sth, 1858. F. FUKMAN.
I TAKE pleasure in recotmn.nding R. C. McNAIKY.my
lale partner, to the friends and customers of thediouo;
and rcspeclfutly solicit a continuance of the patronage -so"
liberally bestowed uiioiillis lale firm.
julyS Signed F. FUKMAN.
WHITE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. Dolled
Swis, Plain do. super tine Corded and Checked do,
suiier fine Mull und Nainsook Mil-dins, Jaconets, Cambric,.
Rich -Jaconet and Swr. Flouncing", Jaconet and Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLELL'ANDV,
june23 No 20. Public Square.
ANTLES, SCAltl'S, A-c We have some very
Rich Jl antics on hand, new style, iuSUk, Lace. Apht
ca, &c; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, White Crape Slia Is, Muslin
de Lane do, which wc will closu out very cheap.
.McUi.,t.l,l.iA.US,
june23
No 20. PublicSquare.
-piCH DRESS GOODS. On hand Rich Silks,l)ress
JLV Rich Black Silks, Super Black Gni de Rhines", Rich
Printed Baieges and Tissues, While Uarsges and White
SilkMarqu sso,-White-Glace Silks, White Iice Dresses,
Emb'd Crapes, Rich Barego de Laucs Rich French Organ
diex, Mnsluis, Gingham-, Ac, Ac These Goods are very
rich aud will be sold at ven' low tirices. at
McC LE LLANO'S,
juue23 No 20, Public -Square.
I TALIAN MEDICATED .SOAP. For render
iur Ibe harshest .skin delicately smoothe, whileand soft,
removing saliowness, cutaneous eruptions, -pimple, 'an,
freckles, or redness. lis soothing influence immediately
allays the irritation of mosquitobilcs, Ac, while ils dilating
properties prevents the tormation of wrinkles and banishes
thein ifalready tormed, eliciting On the cheek of age the
clearness and smoothness of vouUi. Prepared, by Dr. F. F.
Gouraud. 67 Walker st., 1st Store from Uroadwav, N. Y01 k.
Forsale byj lebtf GE0RCECRE1G.
17RENCn WINES ANI BRANDIES. Always
? on hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, nut up in wood and bottle-', and for sale by
feb!) GEORGE GREIG.
1 )INE A i-PLUS AND PEACHES. Just re
ceived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, nnt up
Inglassjars;andfor sale by GEORGE GREIG.
HE ES E. 50boxes Wesleru Resen'e Cheese, re
ceived and forsale by feb9 GEORGEGREIO.
INE APPLE CIIEESE.--75 boxes stipirior
Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, received and for sale l.y
feb-j GEORGE QREIu.
F
IGS. On hand and for sale
a small lot of vert fine
GEORGE GREIG.
Figs, by ieb'J
aUM DROPS. A fresh supply of finest quality Gum
Drops of various" flavors, just received and for sale by
i-eU9 1 GEORGEflRKlG.
CHOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
small sticks aud in half pound cake, put op in tm foil,
and for sale by feb9 GEORGE GREIG.
I ?RENCli NEUGA CANDY Jnst receiied by
i express a small lot of White French Neauga Candy put
np in tin foil and for sale by ," GEORGETHlElG.
GREEN TE.VS. -50 cans fresh Green Tea, herinet
" ically scaled, on hand arid tor sale by .
feb9 " GEORGE GREIG.
17RESH TEAS. Just received, an extru axjbrlment
of Black and Green Teas oflhe finest qualUies' imirt-''
ed, and warrnniea supenor, ior mre ui .,
(ebl GEO. GREIG, TTnronMreet.
17OR HIRE. A Ncgto Woman witb cbildren, tue
10 years oldr apply to R. A. BALLOWE,
' jnUlY (Wl Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick SU
T?OR SALE AT AUCTION. I will oSerat public
JC Auction at Ihe court house, on Saturday next, the30lh
;nt., rbcantiful buildinglots. situated in EdgetieliLn short
distance from the N. A I. Depot Terms one half cash
and the balance in one jid two years, or without interest
with a lien retained on the land. until the purchase money is
PaTbe above lots front 50 feet on Short Street and run back
150 feet to a fifteen feet alley, ri plot of. which can be seen at
my office. R- 'A. BALLOWE, (Jtp'l Ag t
july' 24 No. 17,-Dcade.ick Street.
STRAYED. From the premises of tlie sub-criber, on
Tuesday of last week- (23th of June,) a pair of RAY
HORSES, about 15 hands 3 inches high, of a strong and
substantial appearance, between the age of 6 and years
old. No particular marks now remembered, other' than
that one of .he Horses bad a recent bruise or. cut on bis left
check bone, and bad on when he escaped the bead-stall of a
leather halter. .
Any information concerning thabcive Horses will be
thankfully Tcceivcd. as well as 9uiUblvjwarfedrif com
mumcated to W. T. BERRY, Nashville.
Neville, July 9tb,lS53,
.- DUTTGS; &0. : I: '
-f - ' r , : ,-r- ' I "
lliSW I l AfiWweTu2i liemiJie for tin lYutensu-Mi.f .thm f .,
V-51 DvnG M, .. 'r ..-,! i ,1 V.-i. ' J I ""Ryyuu ay 1 'cnnsyZvanii and
I J i..x'0,."' .TV.""r "j xnoiiwH-t X. ade'D UM In Pitul,,-,, -r,
$TWWJLJZ2&. Phliadehm"
f 'w"" jr . fur uenmtl ltebiuty, f " Shortest and
frdmi irJiirh TitAttl frniitilll .,r. n ,.
etutd V tit tcfue Materia Meiil&i. '
1 1 inventor of this preparatiin was for three
1 comnlctelrnnutralcd from Dvsneiisia and ins
uie iiivertnar ;ie jvas ntquentiy lor weesa at a time tmabltf to
raiseJiiuscirtrom ins bed. .llesotiglit aid trom physician'"
at nome and in fcurope, but 111 vain; uiscaseicusprououuced
hopeless by thousands, and it was byaccident that he sue-
ceeueu 1 m cnruiSn uiscu. otnee i.e.nas ueeripraciic.nsji.ed-
lia bectf aware of the incredulity of the nublic and cons.
- --
fjucully said noUiing" thjuugh the' .press of his own case,
uulil ihi character orthe. medicine was fulli- esbihlislml
by its saecess; as- shown Vp tlie certificates which bay e been.
auvenisuti,
I subjoin the certificate of Prof. M, Gabbeet, of Memphis,'
Tehn, with' whom I often advised during the time- ot-mj-
suuenu.
MmiiinS, Tenn., April 17,152. .
I hereby certifr that Tliave been acanjinti-J with i)r J
N. Bledsoe and somejj'cars ago be vas reduced I Mi eve
lowerthaal have ever seen nuyone tliat'aflenrardsrecwvsr
ed, withwhat 1 supposed to be DyspejisTaalid laverallection,
"and after trj-ing tlieprcscription.s-tt many Physician"s.in this
as well as other countries, without relief, 'he finally succeded
with a preparaliou of bU own iir being ruslored to eood
health. ' M. GABBEItT, M. 1).
PJiysicians are requested to. fry this preparation. W
feelsatiifid it wQI sustain lha character we (jive toil in this
publication.
. Hcntsti'lli. January 12,1852.
Db-Bltbsoe: I take the liberty and fell it to be my duty
to recommend to ll persons smfering from diseast of the
stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a Tcry
eperiormediciac Myson, nged-15 years, had been under
medical treatment about five-years tor dyspepsia and diarrheal-
ivhesi having almost despaired ot his recovery-, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two-bottles of which, l.beiieve.
entirely cured him. MICAJAU CAYCE.
, Hcstsville, Oct 17,l8Si.
lin.l,Lia)SOi:-5ome time has elapsed incel gave a cei
tlficate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in savin" to' -the
public, that .my wife had tor three or four years Been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in'the stomach'
from dyspeiisia. I lrad tried of several whom I thought to be !
w wan puj Nvioua iu ujc uiace anu a CTeai many dilieren
"tmviuw, niui juuiijciiuirv rtriiHi.
jyuruiieniuTe compoima, i mu to-ani
w iv uu euiireiy curea lier: ana 1 vt
recommend it to all -persous iiiKriiiff Xram di&cuMsj .of Ihe
lICKTSVIttE, gcpC 2J.-1S31.
T... fc..i.i:..r. f ...
T
rourAiier
ubliCj that
Tidi in itj
worst lbnu; that Iliad tried almost every thino-'that is "gi
ven bytihvsicialis. and never found nnr thou. il,?i ....m
tainly relieve me. until" I tried theaborn
ubibuuicuiciuj' unacA. ia less tuau an iiour.
IVJ1, B. IJiOYO.
n ' n t ,G.lLP C?11" Tenn-. Dec; 23, ISM.
Ur-Bucdsoe: I feel that 1 slinnM r.ll ch . r-.
to you and to those who are afllictwl. lrml ,mt ia Y..mJJ
recommeud J-our AlteraUve Compouud. It has" entirely "re
lieved na so that I have uht. had cauo fo take'anythingin
tivo months.- I can' eat anvlhinn- ftnnt .;ih';m.'C.v- . i
behcye mybcallh is as'gooi as it ever is at my advanced aire,
ahould l-eyersuirerfrom dyspepsia again I shalllie sureto
call on yoo.- I am vemrespeitiully your friend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD. '
. m. . . HDNTSVU.LE, Aln, August 2t, 1851.
This is to'cerhfv. tliat I l"sd nitfrrmi T..r n?-, t,.
Dvsnenaia and Di'sprL("i .-.film lire, l)i,,-kT;,,n . c.di
,, ( , , - -- - - . mjwimu uiier t 111"
siciati.had pi-escnbediorme without mrm-nirim, nr-
e6t, when I commenced the use of Dr, llledsoe's Alterative
vuuijnuiiii, wnicn cureu mo soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy efiect upon others of m v acquaint
JOSEPH CAROTUEItS. '
j. , ' Hiwtstjli.iv Ala., March 3, 1852.
JJE.-BtEDSOC SIR: Judo-Ills' final Ihei vrfifTr4it .-n
have already adrertiied. it will hit almn.t
. .. , , , 1, - ...bvuniM , IIH
to add further evidence in regard to the healing' virtues of
your Compound; but I must say, that for years I jsufrered a'
gre4 deal from Dyspepsia .and enlargement of the spleen
and thought that 1 never would recover. I commenced tak
ing yourcompound about niue weeks since, and have gained
25, or 80 iioundsl and feel about as well as I ever did.
HEMIY J. GOFF.
tSTThe above medicine is foraale
Ihe-city, and most of the towns in he State. G. W. 11EN-pEItSUOTT.-General
Agent, for wholesaleing the med
icmeV ijri'ricefl per pint Boltle. novlis ud tr
DR. AVAL McLANE,
deuce of fourteen years in the South, and permanently la
cited himself in South Nashville, at the enmprof V.i
armin i
ingion and Pearl streets, where he may at all tinies be funny
by thosetvho may wish to consult him.'
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases ot the followine- disexses. vi- Wr.
.Ilm. Klfo TWniiiui
Cancers, Ulcers, Scrofllilous, Hemoptasis of Ihe Luns, and
other Hemorages; Diarrlicea, Diseases of the Kidneys Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of ihe Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
man system.
Dunncr his residence in the South. heattpmW fn,rar l.,i
thousand diflereut cases, all of vhich he treated with more
man oruinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that lias attended
hisenbrts heretofore, toobuin tbe confidence and patrunacre
ofthesickandalllicted., """
Nashville, leb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
i-iJ jii liners aaurcssed. post-paid, to South Nashville.
DE. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS Iiad lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the Use of three tut
tUt if the Jlufnctii Ointment, luid 'hU hair tiittrrfy re
ttorcd, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A sou of Mr. Warren, Of this town, 1-1 years of ace, had
been afflicted with tlieAs'hiua from his cradle ile had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment lie was thoroughly cured, and for Seven months past has.
enjoyed robust health..
This was an extreme case of Inflammation of the tpleeit,
of long standing; has a ra iety of treatment from no less than
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was.
cured brthc useof only four bottles of the jlagnetic Oint
ment This was four 111011 lbs agoand the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) isstill in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties, lliavc treated two cases of Chrottie Hore
Eytt with the Ointment, both of tbe patients so nearly
Hind, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them had been afflicted 13 years, the other
about ! years. They bad tried the best physicians in the
State, without benefit; and one of -them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of collars in
vain cflbrts to effect a cure. They arc now bv useof tbe
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite Cured; an J are' able, to
read and attend lo any ordinary business. I have-used the
Ointment in a number effcases of Piles, and in no can hat it
failed of airing immediate rtlief and generally a permanent
care. I have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. Aud last but not least, 1 have within the last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of thef Magnetic
OinirsaUtAoael --
From a thorough trial Af the Ointment In nearly every
disease for which it ia recommended, L can confidently h
commend it to begoneof the inost useful remedies ever-offered
to the publicf ''Respectfully Yours ,
"- BtFRTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The charactcrof. ibis Ointment, as. an, 'efficient remedy, is
established In this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health, to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment
For sale by ' " H.'O. SCOVEllJ. ' ,
BERRY A DEllOVILLE. .
mayii CARTWRIGIIT A ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOUT,
COACH M A N U F A C T U RE R.t
No. 5 CiArC Steect, N.AsnviLLTtxx.,
Xe.adivr to 'ICS. Fetnrh'e Grocery 'artKbStjSudp.
-.' ' " posile Mdrruik Stralton'
ALL kindsof carriiires for ale, with harness fVsraryp
to suit. All wort: sold by me U "made at WfaSffl
Jhe ClartSlrcet Manufactory, and warranted, and wiU be
sold on as good Terms, lor Casbprgood notes, us jiny work
made North or East, t rit
Bepairing done wilbromtjfnT.and dispatch, and all'
persons leaving w6rk to rejiairsniy rely on getting it when
promised. All orders "promptly attended to. jmarlS.
s - A CARD , .
I HAVE this day associated with mo in the Saddling Bti.
sines9 niy son, Al C. MARCH. The business, in future
will be candacled in the name or J. D. March & Sou. All
persons' indebted f owe, bj'note or account, will please conio
up and wake payment- J. D. MARCH.-
. Thankfiil for'the liberal share of patronage hereto
'lore, a continuance of the .same is respecffullysolicited.
-jan2 J. D. MARCH A SON.
SITUATION WANTED. Aladyoflongexperience
and superior qa-alifications to instructor the 4'IANO
FORTK desires a sitnation in a public Seminary .or, private
family. The. beat of reference given. Address box l-iiNash-villeP,
0, -."july8-4wtw.
It', TlrvliCn.-1T.nn. bam.
' ' ' .lie pUUUUlllUU Ol, J
juve Compoand, think it my duty te say to the p
I had-been for years wibiect to snells of Cmnm f
. WSCELLiAlSTEOTJa
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
Ohio. Kailroads. Phil-
-Massillo'n, Wooster, Cleve-
I ndianapol is, Lafayel I e.
Ahrongu by Jlaiiroad
linnt-4
"quickest rpnto from tbe Atlantic Cities lathe '
I "Capt
State
T gueue
I Jay f i
j jjesday: llriUknt, Capt "J R 11 race, icaves pUtsborVTburi
, . .1 ihcuuil. uiui iiun-n 1 Amnri i-ivov i'itk-i.nw uv:
dav! MeSsen2er.N0. ST. Cant John Kliiipf.
;. burg Satnrtlay. Itoardiugand Jodeiffg on board the Packets
extra, rntsburg- to omcinn-au, Lbmsville, (3; St.
Louis, $3. '
Fare through- by Railroad from Philadelplua to Pittsburg
"i"9 50; Mas.Vuton, $10; Cleveland, 10; Mansfieldand Crest
line, $1.1; 'Columbus, $12 65; Toledo, $13; Cincinnati, (ia.
Crestline,) S15; Chicago, (via Michii-an Southern It K.)
. 'i lb' 25. Tu .Chicago, W aukegan, Kenosha, I1L, Racine, Mil
wamcie. oheiioygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and alicingan
Central Railroad, $18.
; Tlie Cars will leave thc'CommonwealUi's 'Station, N. E..
Cornearof Schuylkill Fiflh and Market SlrceU, wltcreiickets.
can ba'purcbased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State
ana Columbia imiiroatl lanes.
The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg; .Cleve
land,' Cincinnati and Chicago, wDrieaye lit To'clock, A. M.
Through to Cincinnati in 37 lionra.
-The night Mail Train at 10, P, M. Through to Cincin
nati in 4t hours, including one. night's comfortable rest at
Pittsburg-,
The above lines pass tlirougli and stopat Iuicasfer, nar
risburg, Lcwistowii, Umitingdou, Ilollidaysburg; John
stown, Grecuburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case of loss, the Coinnanr will hold themsel
ves responsible forpersoual baggage only, and fur an amount
not exceeding 5loo. TIIOS. MOORE, Agent. I
juuc - ii. 1 euusvivaiuu itnunxiu ax.
Tlie Colombia Railroad Line for Harrisburg; via Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave'the abore station
atlJf.P.M,
PESIi-MSYLVANIA UAILUOAU.
THIS road now complete, It opens- a communication be
tween Pittsburg and Philadelph!a,orPittsbanc aud Balti.
more, ily which Freight from the west can-reach an eastern
market quicker and cheaper than by anrofthe nres nt rival
oatesr they connect with the dally packets at Pltubunt,
from Sl bouls, Louisville, ClncIiinHl. Wheellnff, and all the
uiuw.uv poiuiauu iub wesieru waiem. Aisownn tne uievo.
land and Pittsburg Hall Koad, and Ohio and feunsylvanla
Kail Kod aV Pittsburg. Cars run throngh between Pilubnrch
and Philadelphia wlthoottranshlpraenl'of freight, an advau.
tarolhat can be appreciated by allhlpper.
In case of obstruction cf navigation by lcanr low water
freights jrestward can be forwarded from Pitt,burz'to Cin
cinnati, brtownstn the Interior bv Railroad.
KITES OF FitEllillT
.Between Plltsburpand Hhiladelphlaor Raltrnore.
First Clas. inner Summer
Rate: Rttei,
Dry Goods. Boo Irs and .Statlonirv lioots. 1 ir 100 lbs.
Shoes, Hats and Carp'ellnp, Furs and Pel 91 75 cts.
tries, Pealhers, Saddler)-, &c.
Sjeeond Cla"i.
Brown SHiectlns tfc Shirting In Bales,)
Drugs.GIas Ware, Groceries, except Cof-i es eta. CO cts
Bee, Hardware, Hollow Ware.Machlnery, f
Oil cloth, Woof, .ie. - - I
XUIrd Cliun.
Itutterln Ftrklns & Kegs, Candles, Cot-')
ton. in winter,) Queeosware, Tallow, t "75 cU. 50 rt
Tobacco, in leaf or Manufactured, (hast-r
ward.) ic. 4 c. ' J
l--oiirtlA'CIai.
Bacon, Cotton (in summer,) Coffee, Lard)
and Lard Oil, (through) Pork In full car- j- C5 cts, -tOeta.
loads at owners risk. J
, ' . Uco, C. I'ranclkcus.
Freight Jlgent, Pittttwrg.
K. J. Stieudcr,
, Freight Jlgent, Philadelphia. -
niugniAV A: Kooua.
Freight Jgentt .Baltimore
x. l.. nuiott;
Freight Artnt.JSt. 7 H'ett it., .V. Y.
. 11. 11. Houston,
Oen. Freight jlgent,' Philaitlpki.
march 16, 1S53 It
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
Nov 47, Colleoe Stuect, Nasiivillk, Texx.
AJtE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
. and CUTLERY for the Spring Trade, and in calling
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel couRdeiittliat it will compare favora
bly with that ol any House iu any country, aud. when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
ielf4nttreM should prompt all .dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home, mark et
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Fanners visiting Nashville tu their.assortmcnf of Tools,
Fanning Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always
keep on haad.
leatheri. Ginseng and Ceesirar, taken at the highest mar
ket pricesin exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
Feb. 23,1853.
3. II. Jlurrown I'atent IMiiulatlou
COKV HI 11,1..
THIS Mllldiffert from all others In the construe Hon of
the upper or Kanulng Stone, which is composed or
French llurr Blocks, enclosed ln a east. Iron Caso, which
forms the back and hoop of Uie Stone with a Cast Iron Eve, or
Bash, than Isofgreaterexterualdiameter at thp bottom that
at the top, which is secured to the back by four bolts, so "'at
every block Is la the form ofadove tall, winch elves greater
strength to a Stone than any other method which is required
Insmall trills, where the stone ia ran .with great speed, and
becomes dangerous If not strongly mads. It also gives any
weight to astono of small diameter that is required without
having itthlck or high, that makes It top heavy.
'Ihls rail! is a square frame made of wood orcasttron, ln
the form of a busx,wllh Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, King
Driver, and Kcgulatins; Screw, and grinds ui on the same
principle as a lare mill, differing onljln the Kunner Stone;
this being ofgrcalweijlitenabli'v It to grind nearer the ceil
teragreaterquantity ofgrain with le-s power than any other
rnllluowln uso. This mill isjNirtable,andmay beattached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Ereuch Burr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is tbe Inventor, for
which bo obtained Letters Patent In 1M1 Tor alllnfringe
mcnts tho purchaser will be held responsible fortlierlght
ofnslpg.
TheseJlillsdonot reijulre aMIllright to jat them op; and
all thai is necessary to put them In-oporation, is to attach a
band to the pulley on the spindle, with a dram sulliciently
large to run a twenty-four Inch Mill -'4() revolutions per
minute, attached-lo Gin, Steam, or Water Power, By the
steady application of two horse powerlho Mill will grind a.xr
to 8 bushels per honrof good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, if pnt to iU fullest
speed, wlP grind from ten in Dfteenbushelsper hour.
These mills are warranted to bo" ln every respect at recom
mended. Uutccripirs ro Usisa. Place jonrmlllabontSOfeelfroin
the Driving Pulley in a level position; uUke the bet (if
leather six or eight Inches wid. Give the StunetHO rrvolu-
tions a minute with, tha son. Keep tbe neck and step of.
the spindle well oiled. Place' the star on the back of the :
Kunmng Moue.ln tha sameway'as the Cross on the Driver,,
that is, tho way they are trimmed to-run. .
Refer to Thos. Patterson, 'Eq.,orIIlRlitaiid county. Ohio,
Jesse Deal, Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio. C, S. Bradbury.
Bail . "f Cincinnati, and a number bfolhers. .
All ordersdlreetedto JOHN E. BOUMAN,-
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville-, Agent for Mlddloand Hast
Tennessee, or J. H. BUKKOWS,
Jan 20 d. tr-w. & w. ly v West Front st. CIn. O,
IMPORTANT TO IRON MANOFACTIT
R ERS. JAJIES RENTON , of Newark, New Jersey,,
has discovered a process tor maniffacturinle wrought iron
directly from the ore, with wood or mineralcoal, styled by
him an ore-welding furnace; (an improvement iu the' manu
facture of iron long sought after,-but never successfully at
tained until Mr. ReutonV discovery,) and which produces at
a single heat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than
pig iron Ts now usually madei Letters Patent., bare been
gran ted hhn for his discorery.und we are Uie appointed agents
for tlie tale, of rights, arid iu introduction throughout the
West ; and as the present high price of iron is inducing many
capitalists to invest In its manufacture," without bcingaware
of -the great advantages this new and valuable invent
tion has over any other known-mode, we think it but subser
ving their interest to thus eaily impress upon them, tlie im-.
Krtattcc of an examination of Ihe merit ot this Jate inven
tion before embarking in any other made tor making iron,
assuring them of its entire success and practicability, as de
monstrated, by the furnaces now in successful operation afie
this plan. ;
It is not onr purpose in this adverupemeni to speak par
ticularly cf the almost incalculable advantages th s process
assesses overall other modes for makin't Iron; (as this is
contained in our circular, which we wiU.be pleased to mail
to the addressofany one interested in the matter,) but to
call the attention of thosa about investing in the mauufac
turo of Iron, and respectfully invit aft examination of the
furnace, we are erecting in this city; and which will be in
operation by lie th June -next, orto the furnaces of the
American Iron Company in Newark, New Jersey, now op
crating with couplet success. W. C. DAVIS A CO.
Cincinnati, Jon 1 Sw.
TD STATE jlUTlJAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF PENNSYLVANIA
(Oftceon Cedar tlreet, oner the Jlutaal Protection Offices.) b
A.,it May 1st 1852.
$209,016 51
135,250 64
1.916 W
, 100,000 60
?448,18S.2G
. 67,864 56
Iremiuins for the yeaxending,' May 1st, 'ii- .
Interest on Loans, Ac,. ..-.t..,t.
Guarantee Stock, additional to above.. .... .
, - - . -t, .r .
Losses, Expense?, returned Premiums, Ac
to May 1st
I'anitol f!iir 1 ISM . .
$358,313 70
The rapidly accumulating Capital of this Company is tbe
best guarantee of .its entire reliability. Risks taken on tbe
most moderate terms, and losses adjusted aud met here.
. JOHN G. FERGUSON, Agent
-NM-viUe, Mya23, 1853 tf ....
rpilE fJREFENIIERtr DU5ENTI.RY SYR
1 LP lsapeedy and bifaUiblet!ii(-!dv;r0rDr.lRKllEA.
DaSENTLRY. UL&ODY FLDX. CHOLERA MORBUS.
CHOLERA INFANTUM, arkl Uie Asialifi Cholera.
It never fails to cure the rvorst possible cases of bowel
coniplamu in -a fe:'buurs. It i purely vcgefable and taken
in sjnr.ist any quanliiy is periedly harmless.
MostremeJios in use for Diarrliea,lrck.up the resof the
iutetin.d canal and only fora time alleviate tire disease by
preventing the expulsion of the. acrid flcid, which will al-
niostitivarittblv nourlortll flrifn Willi tnmtafl TinlAnm
thougli iiaturesoinetimesoveraimesthueyii, while the reuv
oears ou uie praise, isot so with the Dysentery.
mfriviiientare ihe nidnntl antidotes to these corn
cliinpes the nature of the-fluids, ami causes their
in a natural manner. 21 ih"i not tiMvi. tln,m in 1...
flame the surdceif Ihe stomach and bua-els, but attacking
the cause, it neutralizes them, and tbe disease immediately
subsides. Tlie operation of theSvrun u thrm-iold. It int.
mediately reaches the seat of tha iIlvjisp and i.itp,i. Ii.
course; it instantly soothes pain and restores the tvatan lo
perfect quiet The-infiamea surfaces aC the stomach and
intestines are guarded against further violence by the neu
tralization ol their acrid, contents, and thus the bodr re
sumes it natural healthy functions.
" arrauted. l'rice only 50 cents per bottle,
jmiet.-;. AUSL MACKENZIE, Agent for the State.
ACIergrmanof Nashville infiWed tnllasal wheTtS
Cholera was tlirealened, that in one, week he cureS 21
cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few bottles of
this Dysentery feyrui. jj "
DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE SOCKET SSCOLAl'irF
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN
rpUH Fortieth Eilition, with Ouo .zsiJ
JL llunclrea Engravings showing
Diseases and Malformations of the
Ilumau System in every shape and
form. To which is added a Treatise
on the Diseases of Females, bein of
the highest nnportauce to "tnarned
people, ortliose cuntenipUtine ruar.
,1 i.m, ii.v.'ll.r iiu ViirrviT si r.
no rather be ashamed' tu pre
sent a cuff of tlie JiSCULAPJUS
to his child. Jt may save him front
an early grave. Let no young man
or woman euier luto ihe secret oblf-
bT.iV., .,?;,.rPaSe We mUuut reading the
bsCULAPlUS let- nnraipi nfr- . .2 .
POCKET
hackmed
..i,r
lllR KtriIl.A rllTS ll.Lalt... n, : . , . .. . . .0
r..v.Mnrai or toose about ts
be married, any iinpediment, read this truly useful book, as
it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate
creatures from the erj jaws of death.
.ST .Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en
closed Ina letter, will receive one copyof this work by mail
or fire copies will be sent for Oue Dollar.
Address, (poM-patd.) DIE. W1E YOUNG,
nurchifi ly Ao. 152 Spruce St. Philadelphia,
. It. R. R.-rXO PAIN , iCILLER.
r"pO KILL PAIN wq must parali se ihe neri es, or in otlier
A. wurd produce a potty bf the part to which: the uiin
ttlUr is applied. '
i'uiiuii unnatcra Tsensation arising from on injury
or disease which, being transmitted along the nerves to
the bioin, giteaii uneasy jxrceptioa fo tlie miud.
Remedies reconiuiendett to.Kiu. Pauc, or Paix Killxes,
ureeuner pi ouurers 01 J'aralysis, or they are tot what they I
4ire recuuiiiiemled for. If the sufferer of uain is to wulpnn, "1
a susiensionot vitality, or if die unfortunate arm or leg, or f
...,i.niitju)slitnBf meionuresoi pain, is to
suffer an attack orparalj sis, we think the tbe remedy must
be worse than the disease. Aud, if Pain is xohnKUUJ
then the .nerves that transmitted thU sensation, and the
senses that perceive its unpleasantiieas, must be ki'Jed" also.
If, on tbe other hand, it is not a "pain tilUr," it is a mis.
nomer, and not what its advertisement claims foriU
Railway's Heady Relief does not Kiu. pain, but
it subdues its paroxyistns and relieves the sufferer from, all
painful and uneasy sensations. Bad way's Beady Rtlief is
quick in its uctit.n it instantly relieves, and immediately
alter sets about removing the cause- of the- pain, it touthet
and cure, it relieves and removes the troubling cause, and
hence tbe joy it infuses.
R. R. Jt.-. Its Two Actions. The primary action
or Rad waj 's Ready Relief Is, to allay the effects of any pain
ful causes that Ihelidman sy stem may be visited with.
Its secondary action is, to remove the cause itself; this it
wjll Immediately accomplish, for it is so tKiwerful in action
so quick and effectual, that the moment it is applied or taken
the painful paroxyisms arc relieved, and the unsound parts
made whole, stroug, healthy and vigorous.
External Pains Rheumatism. Radway's Ready
Relief applied externally to the parts where the pain is fell,
will instantly allay the-parcEXyisms, scatter the causa, or Us
congested depaiiu, tchich cauie the pain, and, in a few mo
msntsthe sufferer wdl be quite easy. Hthe attack is re
cent a few applications wiUcureif.
11 Chronic, Radway's' Renovating Resolvent, used in
connection vitu. tlie Ready Relief, is certain to- cure Rheu
matism in its meat aggravated forms, whether Syphilitic
Sciitic nervous, muscular or infUmatory (for wonderful
cases of Rheumatism, cared by R. R. B Bemedies, see
Radway's family Friend for the month bf March, 1853 a
copy will be sent lo all who wish it, free of charge, by ad
dressing Rad way A Co., N.w York City. 1
Pains around the Liver, Kidneys and Heart are relieved,
and the unnatural irritations instantly subdued bra simple
application of R. R. Relief.
Sick Head Ache. It. R. R. will in all cases cure this
distressing complaint Its ant acid properties when taken
into the stomach, will neutralize the acid, and make the
Stomach clean, and the breath sweet,
Its counter-irrilanteQicacy, will produce a reaction when
applied to tbe head, and invigorate and enliven, and refresh
the senses.
Internal Fa Ins Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or
Cholera Morbus.
The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the system
while it is under the influence of these nialad.es, will, in a
moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relieving efficacy of
tlie It. It Relief. It allay3 irritation, it arrests spasmodic
action, It neutralizes the poisonous miasma that causes these
painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor.
ales with warmth and strength the cold, .cramped, and
shrivelled limbs aud joints, and restores each member and
organ of the bodr ta a healthful and vigorous condition.
Radway's Ready Relief, aDd each ot the Jt. R. R. Reme
dies, are made from tbe active properties of medicines.
Nothing inert or inactive enters their composition, so that
the system is not clogged with worthless aud inert matter.
In conclusion we would remind jhe reader that Sadway's
Ready Rolief, relieves the sufferer from pain (not kills,) and
cures or removes all unnatural causesot Rheumatic, Neuruf
gic and Nervous.Or painful character.
Radway's- Regulators, prepared from the.active principle)
alune of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants and Gums, will reg
ulate and keep iu a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart,
kidneys, skin, and all other organs of tlie body. They wtR
cure coslivness, indigestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and
all billions complaints and levers.
The ladies will find Rid way's Regulators the very best reg
ulator of the system, in assisting tardy nature in the dis
charge of her monthly duties. Nogripfng pains or sickness
at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to all who
taketheui a pleasant aud easy discliarce of the offals of tbe
j- system.
Kadwajrsiienornting Insolvent, is a powerful resolverof
all diseased deposits that have been lying in tbe system for
fears. Apuritycrof the blood and a renovator of the whole
body.
tor further information of tbe wonderful pain-relearing
and curative jiowers of the It It Bemedies, lha public are
refctred fo our monthly publications, or Guide to health, co
pies cf which can be had gratis by undressing- us at our It
It It olbce, I6Tulton sticet, New York.
RADWAY A C0.,lfiS Pultun st N.Y.
R. R. R., for sale by Druggists generally.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN, 1
Wholesale Aent for Tcnnnessee. i
MANDFIELDS A CO, Memphis.
HDDGIN, WELLS JOHNSON,
juiyfi-I2m Chattanooga.
Aud Druggist arid Merchants everywhere.
RED SPRINGS.
Etake pleasure ni announcinj; to onr numerous friends
V and patrons, that we are now ready to accommodate
all who may wish toaVuil themselves of the benefits of our
plucc' l(temirepreparatious have been made for the com
fort both Ol'lhe invalid and the man of pleasure. It were
.needless tor us to attempt to tet forth the value of our place.
111 a medicinal point of view. Many, nfdictcd with various
diseases, have visited us, and after h few weeks, sojourn,
, have guiteiway either entirely cured or greatly relieved
particularly such as liave been atllicfed il.Scrofu!a, di
seases of tlieSkin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of 1I10 Di
gestive Svstcin in general. .Ol'lliese -facts, there ia an abun
dance ol proof, and many who have certified to them, and the
same nave gone lonn iu uie kuijc-.cu peopre. ana we naie
at this time two livinf specimens cf Scrofula, c-ses. cured
sound and well, wi th us, to be seen as lcstiuionjlo our dec-
tnriliiin onst if which . nltnosf alhorwdess Cjttf.1" -
Wc are in Maroutxiuniy, Middle Tetiuesseli miles east-f
ofl-uayctte, onrcouuty si, iur tunnies iront.iuviue,
43 miles turnpike, aud tbe'b dance higU 'riJe itiaJ, and
other gwjd country roads coaling .front sjvery point fixmi
Lebanon. Wilson conaty, ilartsviUe, Cartge, Gainsbonj';
auuiu,i .e, uiuvk, ..... w.. 1. w
.-, uai.aun, ic
SAIL - HARE, 1
J, A TAYLOR,
S. B. PEYTON, J
Proprietors.
marl. tr w3m
TV ISSOL UTION The Firm of SNOW, MACKEN
JL? "Z1E Jt CO., beingdissolved by tlie death of Anthony
J. Snow, alt pei Rous haviug claims against the lale Firm,"
will please present them tor settlement; and all indebted
air requested tu make immediate puvment.
' " AU. MACICENZIE, J
junel2, 1853. Surviving partner.
"VTEW FII-3I -In compliance wilh the -will cf the
JLS late A. J. Snow,, -a Copartnership has been formed by
AIRS. CATilERlNESNOW A ALEXANDER MACKEN
ZIE, who will continue the Store and. Tin-Ay arc busi
11 ess, at the old stand under the same style as the eld firm,
vizt SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
CATHARINESNOW,
Nashville, June 12, 1853. ALEX. MACKENZIE.
.VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. , (
IWISntosellmytractofland sitoated inJonos BemL.
Davidaon county, 25 miles abov Naahvillu-by the river,
lo mdesfromit bylanA The land lies about a mile from
the Gallatin turnpUte on the oppoalewde cf the nver. Tbe
tract contain. 378 acres, KiO.cleared, the Wat well timbered,
43 of the land river bottom. The place is well improved,
brick dwelling bouse wilh S large rooms, passages, portico
and nailery,- brick smoke house, carriage house, carriage
houses, ban), crib bousa bnilt for a gin, overseer's house.
Stock water in abundance and as good a spring as can be
found in tbe Stale aud a orchard of young fruit trees.
Tb land is unexceptionable; adapted to cotton, am, and
eB-Uitr grain. S. W .GOODRICH,
may 21 m w . or TT. E. GOODRICH.
EI) Alt TIMBEIt I have constantly on band, J 5
miles from NishviUeon the Railroad, Cedar Sill' and
Lintel Timber, Flooring and all other Cedar Timber, at the
shortest notice. Also, Cedar Stakes, which I will load on,
cars at $20 per thousand. Orders will be thankfully receiv
ed and promptly attended to by the subscriber..
junelS 3r . . . JN0. HILL. -:
SINGULARE.YPOSEANGiH.YLmAMEDCTATB
i.i . Ik rromtllei'- inexcusable and lamentable inerti
! -ient-5
A MOMENTOUS SUBJECT,
which vitaljy concerns their dearest interests, nad ralsinr
I the draery curtain that concealed from mortal vision to?
uunumbered ages, w
THE GLIMPSES, OF THE FUTURE '
iw'.di,etoaasto!ied- senses of un
told multitudes the Xo,UuJ Operandi by which individual,
fromevcry Rradeof society suddenly become theproud pos-
Tiri 1Tyrrm . .
rously given to tbe world by the untiring energies and restT
IcssptnlanUiropy of thoso well known bSieienW.:
man race,
The Truly Fortunate and Far-finned
Lottery Agents and Rrokers,
PYFER dc CO.
No. 1 Light Street, BALnxoitr, Mailasd.
Read the w"holesale benefits bestowed last-month.
U'.OlOsohl to a new Correspondent in Alabama.
15,000 sold to a Club in Georgia.
$12,000 told to a Farmer in Ohio. - -
18,000 sold, to a planter in Mississinpu
J7.000 sent to a Lady in Virpnia.
I'Jhm 1 a,?Id Correapantot in South Carolina.
20,W0 sold to a Merdiantin Baltimore.
i?;?o?v?eDt.m Pcl(?ge Wholes toa Club in Penn.
$Srt,totnterJentia x'caroiioa-
For IwiBhnt ftta, tjov orders,
v, -.cuai meinoa to draw a Prize is to N
-.Vo snch word as FaiT oiSa.4t GV t
S3T Forward your orders wtliui '&7J.fa?T - v
SJpIenaW Scliemes for 'A'aS., 1SS3., "skf
TTie Certlhcate Prices cf packcs of i-qcjLrtcr tictaStT
Date.
Capital
Naof
August
Prizes.
16,313
35.000
20,000
Ddlotg.
1
2
3
4
75 Nos.
73Nos.
75 Nos.
78 Nos.
78 Nos.
75 Nos.
73 Nos.
75Noe,
73 Nos.
75Nes.
75 Nos.
7SNos.
78 Nos.
78Nia.
75 Nos.
78 Nos.
75 Nos.
73-Nos.
75 Nos.
78 Nos.
75 Nos.
7&Noa.
78Noa.
71 Nos.
78' Nos.
75'Ncs.
13 drawn
12 drawn
14 drawn
23 drawn
15 drawn
12 drawn
16 drawn
12 drawn
16 drawn
15 drawn
14 drawn
12 drawn
13-drawn
14 drawn
16 drawn
13 drawn
12 drawn
13 drawn
ladrawc
lSdrawnr
13draivn
13 drawn
12 drawn
14 drawn
15 drawn
12 drawn
a
10
It
&
10
3
5
10
5
4
15
10
. 15
5
14
3
5
1
5
4
2
a
8
5
20,000
5 of 20,000
'8
9
10,000
20,000
85,000
20,000
15,000
. 50,000
10,000
20,000
30,000
13,000
25,000
4i',000
!,O0Ov.
18,656
83,000
25,60.1
13,S)0
60,000
26 000
20,000
10
"11
1
IC
.17
13
ia
20
22
2a-
24
23
26
27
29
30
31
30,903.
73 Nos.
12 drawn
19
sV7Drawini73 forwardefl in nnnvmwiini. t i
mails after the lotteries are drawn. '
, ZSFCtorrespondents will please order a few days before
the lotlenes are drawn.
There is a large per oentage in favor of those purchasers
who order bv tb Package, and tha chsnirs f .ir-..-in r.
of the largest Prizes in "the Scheme, are thereby ecuTeL
e advise the purchase.) f Packages of Tickets in evea- in
stance. fTBanb Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sigbt, will be promptly remitted, to thoso CorrvpocdcnU
who draw prizes atPYFER A CD'S.
ESjTRemember A Pacxagx of tTicxrrs, can-dmn rouit
of the" most splendid prizes in a scheme.
jgTTn order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper have
only to remit cash Drafts or orizo tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers; FYFKR A CO,
inly30 Im No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
MYERS & XciIIji.
0EALIB3 IS EVERT DESCJUPTIOX OT
Ivies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
On College itrett, on door South of tU iavjre. '
WMElt E!-. found at 1111 timei larue assort
ment of incbester's , Davis A Jm 4 Myers' "
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen, Mustio wilh Lin
en Bosonis, Gingham, and French Chintz, StaoiW. and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Ca.b
mere, igonia Cotton aud Canton Iliiuad, fcr hdies
and genUemen, Gent3 Cloth Gatters, Glove-i, hid and
Sdk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's flauHtfete, Linen
and Sdk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Tics, Waicrtiml. Albert,
De Joinville'j, plain, Emb'd and self-djiiror. CravaU
Scarfs, Black and While Safin Ties. Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Batb
rog Caps for Ladies and Genttemeu. Mousy, Kid.ngand
Streugthenm Belts, Robe de Cbambre, Lmbrettas. Walk-
Cigar Cases, Flasks, TrayeUing Companions, Iiim.is and
ntino-
itazur nirops, uoiuort, jjrusiies, uond year s Wmci Goods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually .ot by Fur.
nishing Shires.
ST" We have madearrangeiiienbi with our fVieinU at tha
North to forward us Goods as scon as received" by them,
therefore we shall have good here lu lessthan ten cars,
from the New York Custom House.
... MYERS A McGILL-3.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of tha
Square, Nashville. foctll
FARM FOESAIE.
" ISH to sell the Farm on which I now reside, 3 miles
from Nashville, on the middle. Franklin Turnpike, md
-cootaining-100 acres, about equally divided into timber and
cleared land. There is evervthim, m it in n.r..t.; .-..
-bleas a country residence, sucb as a great variety of fruit.
sari a Hi a nilnnrw asT 1 . 1 . . J
"I- t , V ""u ne" waier, grass; ie. it de
- sired it will be divided into small portions.
Forlernis, Ac, apply to Jons Kikkhas or toR.W.
Deows, GenT Agent, No. C8Ji Cherry street, orto
juneSO dAwti. " p. GALE.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FlfcTY-FiYfcl HOURSy
New York and Charles tan Steam Packets. '
LEAVES Adger'is Wharves every Saturday JZcLfp
afternoon and eachaltemata AVisdsesday.fr
On Saturday. -In A T '..1 J-Srs-tT- -
J. Dickinson, Couunander Jiarlou, JOO tons, JtTTerrr
Commander.
The Southerner, VT. Foster, Commander, wIB Man
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly afucretl
and (ruards raised, is now In eoninli monkr
Foe freight Or passage, havinff; elegant Sute ISfcWn-
uiuuauuu, appiy 11 me omce 01 ibe Ajent,
ilk:ky 2USSKC
ComerEast Bay and A deer's Sotn
1 tjou.-wMj 1 eaLv-
Steenuoll1-
N-B. A new ship will be placed on the Iir
witli the Southerner on Wednesdays.
y-NSlSs s I 1 V i.. lpcix no iitol-io . ....' -
' partnership heretoto;-e existing under th -j fiEXT ;tdis may ex-
iia ixiO., u ma cayaissoived bv.mmns- afmil. J call at an
S0U TLp."NVlftY!
L. IHLLiAN, Ifvge street
msy23 zj A FRANK A CO. jmirrs
rUrAllTiVKXSiril KfrrirrThm,lpr. o-np.1 'S.thprl
V have this daj formed a &parttiersiR"crn 8rm
of Sons A Hill-ax, and wiiLcomiaae IheDry fSootf B i
nessat Uie store heretofore occupied brSohn, IliUmsn & Co.
MIKE SOBS',
mav23 ex LfiO.V IIIIjIilAN'.
;r- IQUOIW. loo tbU Tetueuw fTD Whisky;
Wd ilooonpd-.cbi
do;
0 -50
"
- 50 "
urn uocrbon
Old Ryu
do;
rto;
Old Reserve
do;
lO pips Old Cognac Brandy;
- - jionana uin;
10 bbls Old Mideria Winef
Indiau bbls Sweet lYn-e;
. 10iibbbiA.M.Br-wdr:
aSO - New EcgEmd Rom;
30 " A M Gin;
20 " Sweet Wine,
10 " Old Port Winer
V0 boxes Brand r Chem'os
50 " Claret Wine;
10 " Assorted Crdlls:
'I
15 gallons Old French -Brandy:
In store-aml for sole low by L. II. LANIER.
L UNDRtKS. 100 bbls best J-lour; 1J kegs of .Nails; JPIn and'Em,
. -lf hhla No 1 Salt: 20 ton S assorted Iron:
30 dox Painted. Bucket; 5 bbls Brimstone;
'20 nests ofTnb"; 5 " Alum;.
20 " balfbnshel measures; 100 Plows.
5000 lbs bar Lead; 20 bbls No S M-clercl;
200 bags Shot, assorted; 10 kits. No. 1 and 2 d
100 assorted' Demijohns; 20 bbls S S Almonds;
50 boxes Cnba Sixes'Cigars; 01 " Large Pecans;
Jo rioz Bedcords and Lanes; 0 boxn Fig-;
50 bags Race-Ginger; 300 Tobacco, assorted;
23 bags Pepprr; 8 tierces Fresh Rice;
50 boxes- Dr.ed Herring; 25 bbls English ,di;
1 cask Madder; 50 boxes Fresh Teas:
10 boxes Stonghton's BitfcrslO " Crnmc's best Indiro.
20 11 WhpafVInnp
Together with many other articles, which will be fiold Bread for dispep
low, by- decU I- IL L.NIER, Markrt st j sixoN"1-, '
A CARD.- I beg leave toicform my frierifa and pat-J;. ' ' '
rons that I have removed to the store un the corner of inarter, liK ana
Ceder and Cherry -streets, from my old stand tint door. a kegs and barrels.
Also to inform them that I have on h-nd a choicfflot of riJyof Powder, war
gars, Snuffs. Tobaccos; and Pipes ; those inwant of good av .Sf i3in"x
ttcles. would do wcU to call, as I keep a TobIcco-vist SiuaJv ATSOX t -U.
aauqoitE.
V r,ira n Pbprrr- VTT,!.- 4
a!aXeltr-i-
"ADIES'FINE OA1TEHS, .SLlpi'iiJy", cfe Case Linen Dress
4.1,1 IV U1"". " " " " w.fc.. . -'n.w... I .
J j5Dp NMtU .-, au-vw, mm MS jfcT ,
7iJjrowKre(lJUrciiicit Aia Mippcri, than the mniu
fIV-
GdHtsMSkgant Patent Leather Boots;
' " Superior French Calf Dresa do;.
" FwsrC?ixrrCGarr.as;
" Just received by -;Hil-ATJE AOTURCH,
r i. .VnTa rwj-
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land.
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