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WASH V Hit '4) NIO ft AND:: A M R RT GANL- vm xxrv. TV- V UNION AND AjlgmCAK. OFl'ICE No. -11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY ONION AND AMERICAN Is furnished -to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year iu advance. t2 50; within the jrcar$.3 00; at the end i.f tbe year $4 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards J2 00 n.r ftinv for onfe rear. CTuhs nf Mib.seribers will here - ceiredforSUtooiiUis at Uio foregoing rates. ' " he TRI-WEEKLY is published erery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 perjinuum in advance; if not-paid in advance, 36- DAtLYis published at Eight Dollars. ISTIIE MONEY IN ALL CASES'TO 'ACCOMPANY- SUI&CRimONS.J . ;. ."" Remittances of subscriptions may be .made . by mail at -our risk. paper will be sent out of fbe'State unless'the Order is ac companied with the tash. GAZE, 'WONfiZB AND ADMIRE 1 And wilh Hckcring eyes and "ilcaing- piltns" acknowl edge a fascination more powerful than the WIZARD Sl'ELL ! Ax we Khali uncover and reveal to the admiring world, knowledge moie startling pregnant with, more blessings; and in its results mure intciesting to Ibe human family than the BURNING OF THE EPHE3IAN DOME, baring forits basis uxiVERSLTiArpixEss I! and evolving in its derails gems of thought richer than the Boon of Free dm Ir-more valuable to "unborn generations" than tbe discovery of gravitation by the fall of the APPLE ON JHLTOX-STlEAD. The Golden Sands of SanXnuis Pofosi -and Australia; the traurlucent, lustrous and danling Wealth of King Schahxa man, all, all grow dim, pale, and lose their splendor before tbe SPARKLING BRILLIANCY of our gorgeous and most Tiuuhpiiant Lieu. Pruts Sold in August 1 1 . $S),000 sold in Package to Mississippi. $20,000 sold to a Club in Tennessee. ' $18,000 sold to a merchant in South Guolini tl5',00) sold in Package Wholes to Kentucky. $12,00i sold m Pacfcige to Georgia. 811,300 sold in Package toN. Carolina. $10,000 old to a Club In Ohio. $12,000 sold to a new Correspondent in New York. ' ?S,OO0 sold to a Lady in Virginia. $r,000'sold in Package to Pcnnsylrnnia. t For brilliant Prizes, always mail your order?, PYFER A' CO., iVo. 1 LlU street, ISallimore, J5?" The most successful method to draw a Prize is to Purchase a PacbageJThe experience of every day strength ens this declaration. "Jfosuclt word as Fair' at Pyfer . . Co . 37" Forward your orders without delay 1 Splendid Schemes for Sept., 1833. 33rhejCertiiicate Prices of packages of quarter tickets only, are giteu uciuw. Date. Capital No.of Price ol Price a f Septcm- Prizes. 1 $24,000 v a 20,000 Ballots. Tickets. Packages 75N0S. 75Noi. "!A Nos. 75N0S. "8 Nos. 78 Nos. 76 Nos. 73 Nos. 75 Nos, 73 Ns. 75 Nos. 75 Nos. 73 Nos. 73 Nos. 75 Nos. 7S Nos. 75 Nos. 73 Nos. 75 Nos. 75 Nos. 78 Nos. 75 Nos. 73 Nos. 75 Nos. 73 Nos. 13 drawn 12 drawn 113 o0 13 00 35 00 SO 00 13 00 S 00 lfi CO - 12 00 65 00 SO 00 13 00 3i 00 18 00 18 00 85 OO 2 00 17 00 S3 00 13-00 13 00 75 00 So 00 19 00 SO 00 IS 0.i 3 .'. e 7 8 9 10 12 .13 40,000 17,500 20,000 30,000 20,000 12,000 52,478 23,000 2.000 80,000 12 drawn 11 drawn 13 drawn 13 drawn 15 drawn 16 drawu 1 1 drawn 13 drawn 12 drawn 13 drawn 14 drawn 13 drawn 12 drawn 15 drawn 14 drawn 13 drawn 12drawc 14 drawn 12 drawn 13 drawn 13 drawn 15 drawn 12 drawn 10 8 5 10 5 4 15 8 S 10 15 1C 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 2S 23 22,500 18,000 8 or 55,000 20,000 20,000 SS.OO0 20,000 15,000 Ci.OOO 26,500 24,000 30,000 10312 10 10 - r. 4 20 8 5 10 30 75 Nos. 12 drawn 13 00 JJfDrawtnes forwarded to Correspoudents bribe 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 tbe Package, and the chances of drawing four of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby iecured Ve advise the purchase J f Packages of Tickets "iu every in stance. tgrUankDraftsorCerliGcitesof Deposit payable iu Gold at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents who draw prizes at Pi rKR & GO'S. 3f ItemeniberA Package of Tickets, can drawrocn of the most splendid prizes iu a scheme. J5In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate ly aller the result is known, the readers of this paper have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Etab 1 Isliad, far famed aud truly fortunale Exchange and Lottery Urokers, PVTER & CO, septl lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore. ld. " JOCKEY CLUB 11ACES. NASHVILLE COURSE. THE Fall Meeting over the Nashville Course will com mence on MONDAY the 2Cth of September, 1S53, and continue through the week. First Day, llond; 25 Sweepstakes for untried 3 y olds; $100 entrance, J50 forfeit mile heats. Jo Avcrbou enters Daily PeytonV ch c, by Wagner, dam by Leviathan. W G Harding enters ch f, by Ambassador out of Kate King by Priam. 1 iv: ! . f 1 1 - 1. T I'.ll : . ... I ... .1, byStookholder. Also, gc, Raging Tad, by Sovereign, dam 1 by leviathan. " j Suwml IXijf, Tutdajj 27 Sweepstakes for S year olds, j $20it entrance, $50 forfeit twe mile heats. G B Williams enters oh f, by Wagner, out of Eudora by ' Priam. I Jo Averson enters ch f, Frank Pierce, hy Sovereign dam 1 by leviathan. ' S II Buggeuters chf, Lady Green, by BcMiazzar, dam by Sir Richard. Third lUy, We&MtAay 23 Sweepstakes for 2 year olds, 1 $100 entrance. f "0 forfeit, mile out. 1 W W Woodfoik enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock holder. W G Harding enters ch f, bv ShamrocK out of Gamma. P Fowler enters cc Little Arthur, by Glencoe out of Blue , Bonnet br Imported lledford. " Jo Averson enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara 11 ow ard. Also.bc, br Sovereign; dam bv Leviathan. Fourth JJjg, fkvreJut if Jockey Club Purse, 1100 mile beats. " Fifth Hag, Frulay 30 Jockey Club Purse, fciOO two raii2 ncats. it-- C.(. ...!.., n.Ur 1 I'mnripinr'o Pnrsp. SI SO mile heau-bwl three in five. T ALDF.RSON, , nuglO Proprietor. WALNUT JOCKEY CLU1J ASSOCIATION RACES. m LI nHE FALL MEETING over this Course will commence X on Monday,.the Sd day of October, 1S50, aud continue thrBiighout the week, viz : i First IUr JIoxdat Sweepstake for Two year olds. Thedaohof a mile ?100 entr, ?30 forfeit. Closed with four entries. . Gen. W. W. Woodfoik ent. b. c by Sovereign, out of tbe dam of Compromise, by Stockholder. Gen. W. U. Hardiug ent. ch. t by Shamrock, dam Gam ma by Pacific "joT Aierson enters b. g- hy Sovereign, dam Clara llowanl by imp Barefoot . Also ent br c by bovcreign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp Leviathan. Sixoxn Dat TiEsnAT Sweepstakes for three year olds, mile heats, 150 entrance, ?40 lorfeiL Closed with three entries Jo Averson enters Balie Peyton's ch. f. by V.'agncr.aam Cbra by Eclipse. ....-, .... Gen W G Harding enters b. f. by Epi!on, dam Beta, by Imp. Leviathan. ... , , ' Also, ch. C by Ambassador, dam Kate King, by Imp. Priam. - . Thibd Dvv Aeuxqdat. Association Putm52jO WO mi)e heats. Fourth Dav Turnsnvr. Association Purse $130 Sn.n.vi.bhr ll,r rwa olds. mVleVeats.2O0,tn.rance ..0 forfeit, cfed vi.h , . Gen V G Harding enters u. c by bpsilon, dam Aanny llum. imp. B Williams enters ch. f. by Wqgncr, dam Eudora, by Prism. Jo Averson ntc-i b. c Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam by Imp. leviathan. ' S 11 l!ug enters oh. Lady Greene, by BeUiaxzar, dam by .Sir Richard. Wilov Tavlorcnts-s ch. c. 'VA elhngtou, by agner, dam by Stockholder. 8irm D.Y-SATnRinv. Association Purse g IOO .four mile heats. E. R. GL,SCOCK, augf Secretary. 17OR SALE OR RENT. A new Frame Houjust ' completed witli seven nom, w ell pLuteral add pa pered. Situated on Church street, in lliiit' adilith.n 10 VasliyiHe. The said, bouse is about four hmuliod y.iHs frOm the Female Academy, and will Le sold on reosoiiable tprm: For further tartlculars enquire of R. I. Cre miSlS W.D.ilOHEItTSO.N'.M renshaw, or Lemore .t. HAVANA CIGARS. We have fliidav recvivetl '4il041 Superior Regalia lmdre and Preimdos Cigars, to uhieh ve iurHe the attention or snu.kera. july ,o . N. R. AJ1XON. T"OYS CLOTHING DEPOT! -The subscribers ) have the most extensive and varied asairtnient t CtothlngforBo-sfnKn4tolri ever offered for sale in the -Union. Orders for Geutlemeu's Clothing tilled at the sliort- -ePersons purclMing Clothing at this establishment, have -tbeprivilege of dunging themlf taedono suit. Z " H. W. earner bfChestnut and 10 st., Plillaaelphia. ApiylfeiS-iy - INStJBANCE, Hosite liasiii'aitee Coih .p&iiy of Ncworlc.- . cr.vsa.cAriTAii.SjpOjOoo. & L. Loomis, PreeiJeni. Citxs 3 . Mastis, Secretary. T-AMSAVAIJvEKhavmg been appointed agent offuef I above Oinroanv-is- now.-n;euared to make Fire and In I? r1""?? . V'e npai- orkbU teriis, pa I . -L ., iiin. ft- .f V. Ii!-T-. lr. Ae .ttc - Artccv at Uio uflice of Ilia Nashville Insurance and Tnut Co. No. &u College street. auglO )tu." XHE HOTTED TIIlElIEirS TKSTTEANCE COUP ANT 01 gASHYTT.T.Tt CAPITAL 100,000 D OZEAltSI Chartered by the State. THIS Company having fullyorganized, is nbTv'readv to take risks on all descrin- r tions of property, agaiust loas or damages hy-&&-x I Sre.'also asrainst neiils of tlleseabr inland jiav-J?!. : ! P. r. -: Ml 1. n,l nt tl. IgauOU. J ropuSlllUUS ivr lOBIUiUJHI nui uc iewtsu oflke Ot IheNashviile Insurance and Trust Co, College St. .A. XT. JOHNSON, lresideiit. J,SDASinKLi, Setfy; (Nashville, Oct. 8, 1852. 'C05iIEB(5AL INSUEAliCE COilPAllYr' CUAEI.ESTON', SOUTH CAROLINA. . Capital S250.000: AU Tail -In, I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Comjianv at Nashville, and am fullv prepared to take JIariniv Fire, Hirer Risks, on the moht favorable terms. A full -statement of the solvency of the Company can be seen at Uieoilice of the Nashville Insurance and Trait Com pany, on College street. sepl8 JOHN S. DASHIELL, .Agent THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COltTAlIY OF NASirvrXLE, TEinrESSEE. OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and oj.positethe Verandah, will insure ou thn mutual prin ciple, Ilouscs, .Merchandize, &c, against Loss or Damage by Arerv ftfjr.ri1)tion apainst Also, the Lives of nersous in eood health, for a single year. for a .term of years, or during life. Also, Lank Notes transmitted-per mail. L AH persons having their lives or property insured, in this Institution, arc entitled to a full participation in all the prof its, without anv liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre miums which they may pay. M. S. PILCHER, President, J. U. JOHNSON, Vice President C. J. F. Wiuitrox, Secretary. janl TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL 8150.000. OFFICE on .the-North side of the PublicSquare, midway between tha Nashville Inn and the Planters' Rank. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire and therisk of the riter; 011 the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN 1L HILL, President Josxrii Vaulx, Secretary. Directors. Alex. Allison, John SL Hill, F. B. Fogg, G. SI. Foggf James Correy, Jno. JL Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam uel Scay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock. janl LIFE IWSURANE. Kcw York Life Insurance Company, No. 106 Broadway, New York. ON THIS SIVTVAL. I' L, A IV , Accumulated Cupital S500,.""10.00. r: rmxiK, actuary x. rmiui, rRis'T. ITT Total number of Policies issued by this Company up to July 1st, 1352 eight thousand six uuiiurPu ana eigaiyone. irpUivldends nude annually on all Life Po Helen in shape of stock, bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent. lO 'Fb0 dividends heretofore have always averaged from 4J to 50 per rent. Jjy. 1'tir'ons lakln out Policies for the whole term of life can give tbclr note at 12 months for 4Uper cent of the premium, and .ayCOpercentlncash. Applications for risks, prospectus of the company, or In formation relating to the subject of Life Insurance may be m:deatthooSIeeoflbe' undersigned General Agent for the StaleorTeunessec. JOSEPH NASH, OtSco N. W eorner'Publlc Square, opposite Planters' Bank. .Na.hville, Aug. 10, 1852. " IjiinsUrakce. hartford like insurance company, hart ford, connecticut. Jamis Dims-, Pres. Htxitr L. Miller, Sec'y. Capital and Surplus 200,000. lNsuntxcR on lives of white persons on the joint stock and mutual plan. Also. Insurance on the lives or Negroes on reasonable terms. S. IL LOOMIS, jail 15 fim Agent. Ctu:i liismitnrc Co. of Hartford. LIFE WEPARTMKNT. Annuity Fund &15O.OO0. T7XCr.UlVKLYhWd pleJged.aud appro priated, J-i wiUi Its reserved accumulation, by the chartori9SCtt and ragulatlousofthe Company, to the payment of Annu lled and losses upon Insurance on Lifo, sjid In no event lia ble ruro'.UerdobU, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of ho company. OFtlCEKS. Tnnp. K. I!n ur, Prea't, H. I.. Iomis, Secretary: K A. BcLKtir, Vice J. V. SrvMnna, Act', Presdent. Managing Directors for the Life Department. K. A. tfci-KLxT, John L.Boswill, Robert Uczll, Hound Matiiir, Miles A.Tottli, Kdwin G. Kirl.iT HlKSA Q. PliATV. Thlsbeing ajolntstock proiirlety company,and conduc ted on the cash sstcm, the Managers have adopted atablo of ratesof premium as low as Is consistent with safety aud murk otrcrthan those Of the Mutual Companies. Applications for rists on white persons, received by the undersIgueJ, who w'tl furnish Prospcctuscsof the Compa any, and any information relative thereto. JJj'Kisks ouslsves against dlseascsand accidents causing death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this Agency. JOS. NASH, Agent, Office X. W. corner Public Suare, opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, aug. 10, 1M2. illcttical XJ.Taiuiiicr. ItaW SLU.I 0ffl "oTS.BtoS, r. X. ' "TDULD inform tbe people of Nashville and the sur- V rounding country that hc has leceutly improved and gieatly enlarged his Marble Yard, and is now prepared to fill all orders iu themaiblc line at the shot test notice und , on the most favorable tonus for cash. He would call par- j ' ticular attention to his well selected stock of monuments. : Uiatltle IlieCCS. liT mantle pieces, ligiuc, garden figures, statuary, Fountains, ' Baptismal founts Urns, Vases, Tombs, Ac, many of which are of the purest Italian Marble, and from the chisel of the best Euroiiean masters. His arrangements arc now com plete for furnishiug all kinds of 'marblc, either of his own manufacture orimpoited. He has on hand a large quanti ty of Italian marble, iu the rough state, which he will fell verv low. House Furniture in Egvptian Mai hie of Jhe best quality can be had at his yaid. lie flatters himself that he can now servo the public oa as accommodating terms as any similar establishment in the west A share of publia patronage is solicited. maySl. P. S The attention of the lovers Of the Fine Arts is di rected to my assoitment of Statuary. They are of tbe rar est and finest quality, and of direct importations. JAKES D. LEH2IE R, Produca and General Commission Merchant, CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1-R0MPTatention given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, Ac, &c,upou which advances will be made if required. 13B Orders promptly filled for Cincinnati Manufactures Flour. Whisky, Ac, Ac ZW" Agent for the sale of Star and Tallow Candles, Sale ratiis, Pot und Pearl Ash, and Uird Oil, which will be 'fur nished at litrnt market rah w'Uhovt Gmv)ninon. fjulyS dAw2m. YALUAltLE DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE. The undersigned olRrs for sale his residence n Soring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired. Terms made known ou application to R, C. FOSTER. 3d. Or in pir absence lo G. M. "FOGG, una 17 'f. ! DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE FQR SALE. I T W Mditoojcol mvj.arn. j. mues n from Nashville, about 40 rods from the Mur-vf fivesboro'Tiu-irpIke, adjoining tbe lands of Birdwell Caldwell, Minoivannd Franklin Colleges, containing about G!) acres about 10 acres in wood, and the balance under cnl tiralinn wilh as good orchards astheicare m the State, con sisting of jieachei, apples, pears, grapes, plumbs, in a great variety; twoTieverfailiog springs, aud several chalybeate springs. The improvements are vjry fair consisting of a giHJ frunu !u,Je, with piroli 20 feet front; one good brick hwist', suukehmuv, kitchen, stables, cribs, Ac The orch arJ, bv elusecttonliirfi, wonldyield from 400 to ?500 ycar Iv.ostlielinit is.f the choicest kind. My only reason for u ishing to disjH)se if it is my intention to change my loca tion and busine!. I will dispose of my stock and furniture lo anv persou wishing lu Hirchae the said farm. Terms fteeiimodatii'g. Title indisputable. For further particu lar enq irre rf L. MOSKS, auV Nk. 19 College ft r ""rRUSTiiALE. 1" V virtu nfadel J" trust made by James B. and Sarah ,) V.-Wjiham iohi.i,uiI nutered in UieRegisler'a of luf Davuliwa chuiH.-iii l!.ik Noi 1G, pages 49 and 50, I iH, ou SatiHtlay, lhe-1'ith- day of Septenilier, 185", bc I ecu ibe lu nrs i-l H o'lHck A. JI. and 1 o'clock P. M., at the CoMl-hotte in Nashville, sell to the highest bidder, ssi aeiesof land, in civil district Ntv 2, being part of the lUvrse-Hie RemJ of Stone's river, for the put-posts mention ed in staid der.l For a more jiarticular description of the same, trference iallcrcby made to said deed. Terms made known on dav or5ale. W. Jl. HAGANS, Hug;'--ltd.titw. - Trustee. TvTa:YTri;H OWN PRESERVES.-Justte-. ceived a small lot OTfine Sugar," siiilable for Preserv ing purposes. junetO ' - H. A J- NIXON. G RAILVU RIJEAD.-Graham Bread for dispep r tlcs,can be had everyotherdrrat my4 ' T..AJ.NIXON"a . NASHVILLE, MISCELLANEOUS. THE , HAZARD .F0W- 'Of Haiardville, Cositocticut a. c. nizAr-n, raiaV. a. r docolass, -Sic'r. aONTINUE to furni'h'Guii P"wiler of'all their well-" known braudf, J&atufly mfc, Aiotriecm Pportiny jndi-m ll'tjlt in kegs, half -and quiuter kegs and cannisters of one 'pound Vdclu Also, a full assortment of Powder for JILASTIXtt AN1 MINING purposes. The reputation of their Gun Powder. is too well known to require- comuient. All orders promptly rilled at my J'ottdtr' liepot, North-cast corner f the Square. S. H. X.00MIS, Ag't for the H. V. Co., aug2 tf Nashville, Tenn. WXlili l'Al'EllS. Just re ceived, 2.000 .bolts of those Iwviiib'fn! French Pancrs. for Parlors. Halls. Ilc. toirelher with a l)lendid OA; -assortment of Gold and YelTetBordersvilre bcreeus, Win dow Curtains, ic , . J3f On hand a large assortment of ungUzed Papers, from' 10 to 25 cts per bolt. . KLAGES Sc G0RBEY, No. 20, Collegestrect, next door to the Sowanee House. julyH 41, MARKET STREET, BETWEEN DNIOX ASD THE SQUAEE, "' ft'ashcillt, Tiruies&e. a OLD AND VELVET PA PER HANGINGS. A large and beautiful rariety. liccoraiivc tvau i-apers, an ujuuwj the latest trench designs. Borders, Window Papers, Tcaster and Cciii tre Pieces, a large assortment. Cheap lnglazetl Papers 12,1)00 pieces in store, from 12 to 25 cts. jwr Bolt. All for sale, and Chzap for Cash. july" JUST FINISHED AND FOE SALE AT THE Clark Street Coach Factory, NO. S, THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROCCnES, ROCKA1VAYS AND FAMILY CAIUUAGES. 537- Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that rvjng Stout's Coach Shop is ou CLARK STREET. julyl9 in.v a. niuui. UNITED STATES HOTEL, AU0U6T A, OA. - THE above IIOTEL is now open for the receplion of fz PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOAltDERS. .iitw This long established and well-known House has under gone a thorough alteration throughout, aud iuisished with new and fashioneble FURNITURE. The TABLE wid always be supplied with the BEST the market affordsj and the Proprietor trust., by a systematic, course, both with servants and the regulations of the house generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction, to those that may 'favor him with their patronage. jan2J lytrw JNO. W. SPEAR. FRESH EECEIPTS BY NT.CH0L & PEACOCK. -TE"vY FLOUR. 100 bags St Louis Mills, expressly IN for family use. iingT NIC110L A PEACOCK. S' TAR CANDLES. 300 boxes, halfund quarter boxes Star Candles. aug7 NICHOL Jt PEACOCK. SUGARS -20 bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar; 10 ' Powdered aug7 NICHOL & PEACOCK. JAVA AND LAGUYltA COFFEE 20 bugs old Government Java Coffee ; CO bags Laguyra Coffee; 150 bags Rio Coiree. NICHOL A PEACOCK. aug7 tw CROCKER'S SCHOOL At White's Creek Springs The next Session will commence on Monday, the 2th inst. aiigll twydlni Gr OLDEN SYRUP. zV kegs Golden Syrup. aug7 N lUHUIi P-rJACUUK.. ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE The subscribers oiler the following good und suBicien reasons why every faiu ly in tbe Souui shoald use the Wrought Jron CuoHiuj SUirtt, ' Mauutactiu-ed br them and called THE TENNESSEEAN: 1st It is of Southern manufjclure, being made by the subscribers 1,1 the city of Nashville. 2nd. It is cf such desirable material that it must -outlast three or four cast iron Stoves; Cd. It is more complete iu its cooking apparatus than any cast iron Stove. 4th. It is so simple in construction that aclJldcau use it. 5th. Its economy of fuel is such that, it does not use halt as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size. Clh. In the economy of time it is important, as it can be J neaiea reauy ior use in a lew minutes. 7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove is heated at the same lime. Sth. Its perfect reliability a3 we have put up over four hundred of them in this State, and no one has ever failed to giveentije satUfactiou. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO. julyH College St., Nashville. T) IC1I AND CHEAP GOODS AT NICHOL'S 1A CORNER. Ihaveou hand a beautiful assortment of Ladies' Di ess Goods, which ill be soldat Terr reduced prices, as the season is advancing. Great bargains may be expected. Call soon. Muslins and Lawns from 8c 10c 12c and l.'c., and a fine assortment of Bcrages of all styles, Silk TisMies, Evening Dresses, ic, Ac. Alo a good assortment of Musquito Net tings. JAMES NICHOL, junlT No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st. i y lstiug under uie style ot Jici.uui & t uiuia., ex pired on the 1st day of Julvinst. R. C. McNuiiy will con tiuuc the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi ness ot tbe late hrm . Signed H. U. itcAtKl, Nashville, Jnly Sth, 1853. K. FURUAN. I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McNAIRY.my lato partner, to the friends and customers of the house, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon the late firm. July s Signed F, FURMAN XfTIIITE GOODS AND TRLUJIINGS Dotted V Swiss. Plain do. superfine Corded aud Checked do. super fine Mull and Nainsook Muslins, Jaconets, Cambrics, j RichJuconct and Swiss Flouncings, Jaconet aud Swiss 1 Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLKLLAND"S, I junc23 No SO. l'ublic Square. ! ANTLES, SCARFS, Ac.-Wo liaie some very Rich Mantles on band, new style, in Silk, Laec, Aph- ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do. White Crape Shawls, Muslin deLane do. which wc will close out very cheap. I McCLELLAND'S, ' june23 No 2n. PublicSquare. . ICH DRESS GOODS.-On hand Rich SiTks,Dress j Rich Black Silks, super Black Gro de Rhine, Rich i Printed Bareges and Tissues, White llarsges aud White Silk Slanm sso. White Glace Silks, White I -ace Dresses, Enib'd Crapes, Rich Barege do Lanes, Rich French Organ diez, Muslins, Giughaius, Ac, Ac These Goods are very rich and will be sold at very luw prices, at McCLELLAND'S, 1 june23 No 20, Public Square- TALIAN illEDlCATEI) SOAP.-For reuder- JL ing the harshest skin delicately smootlie, white aud soil, removingsaliowness, cutaneous eruptions,, pimples, "tan, freckles, or redness. Its soothing inlluence immediately allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac., while its dilating properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and buuishes. tlicm ifulready formed, eliciting on the cheek of age the clearness and smoothness of vouth. Prepared by Dr. F. F. Gouraud, 67 Walker st., 1st Store from Broadwav, N. York. t... r..i-1. (i,ii fSKnilflTfilinin feb'J GEORGEGREIG. "TRENCJI WINES AND RRANDIES. Always JL? ou hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines und Liquors, put up iu wood and bottles, and for sale by ieb'J GEORGE GREIG. PINE AfPJiES AND PEACHES, ccived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peacl ust re- les. put ud lo gloss jars, and tor sale oy GEORGE GRE1G. CHEESE. 50 boxes Western Rescive Cheese, re ceived and forsale by feb9 GEORGE GREIG. 1)INE APPLE CHEESE. 75 boxes su;-erior Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, received and for sale by "feb9 GEORGE GREIG. I7IGS. Oil hand and for sale a. "maillot of verv fine j Figs, by fcbU GEORGE GREIG. UjfDJlOFS. A fresh supply of finest quality Gum Drops or various flavors, just received and for sale by feb9- GEORGE GREIG CHOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in small sticks und in half pound cakp, put up in tin foil, and for sale by feb,9 GEORGE GREIG. I7RENCH NEUGA CANDY Just received by ? express a small lot of White French Ncauga Candy put up in tin foil and for sale by GEORGE GREIG. G REEN TEAS. .Weans fresh Green Teas, beimct- T ically sealed, on hand and for sale bv Teb9 GEORGE GREIG. T7RESII TEAS. Just received, an extra assortment ? of Black and Green Teas of the finest qualities import ed, and warranted Miperior, for sale br febl GEO.GitKIO, Union'sfreet. OR HIRE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one 10 rears old: apply to R. A. BALLOWE, julyl7 uen 1 Ag 1, -o. j 1 AieaaeriCK ou IOR SALE AT AUCTION. I will offer at public Auction at the court house, ou Saturday next, LheSOth inst., 8 beautiful building lots, situated in Edgefield, a short distance from the N. A L. Depot. Terms one half cash and the balance in one end two years, or without interest with a lieu retained on the land until the purchase money is paid. The above lots front 50 feel on Short Street and run back 150 fcetto a fiflecu feet allev, plot of which can be seen at my office. R. A. BALLOWE, Geu.'l Ag't. july 21 No. 17. Dcadeiick Street. STRAYED. From the premises of thesub-criber, 011 Tuesday of last week (2blh of June,) a air of HAY HORSES, about 15 hands S inches high, of a strong and sultotantial appearance, between the age of 0 and it years old. lio particular marks now remembered, other thau that one ot the Horses had a recent biuise or cut on his left cheek bone, and had on when ho escaped the head-stall cf a leather halter. .... Any information concerning the above Horse will be thankfully received, as well as suitably rewarded, if com municated to V. T. BERRY, Nashville, Nashville. July 9th, 1SS3. - DR. J. W. GRAY. Office in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street, Bitwten DioJeruk ami Union. t decU 12m Residence Siwanee. TENN : TUESDAY, SEPTEjlBEE G. 1853. DRUGS, &G. DR. BLEDSOE'S ALT2RATTVE COKPOITNH Hit fiemedji iKcr ail Jemecli(l fur tin Diseama if tht ,ttr. dimriiri tialt fllt Slemtch, Lirer w South' a Hiftfuli an! JSores nf auy tiitd. Fbr Gtneral2AUit, from tufdcli Ltulietfreuniilif tvjer,. iktrt is riot 'U equal it tite whole Hattna Jiaiiaj. THE inventor ef this prcparattsa was for three years s completely prostrated fnmi Dyspepsia and inactivity ot the Liverthal he mis frequcafly for weeks at a time unable to ralsehiniselffromhhibed. He sought aid from physicians at homeaud in Europe, but in Tain; his case was pronouueed hopeless by thousands, and it was byaceident that he suc ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med icine, his success in such cases has beeu unrivalled, lie has been nwore of the incredulity uf the public, and cou.-. quently said nqiluug tluoughflie press of his own case, until the .character of the medicine was fullr established by its success, as shown ly the certificates which have ocen advertised. - ' I subjoin thecertiGcilcof Prof-M. GAEDEnr.of Memphis, Turn., with whom I ufted advised during the time of my suffering. Memphis, Teiin, April 1 7, 1S32. I hereby certify that I liave been acquainted with Dr.J N.Bledsoe and some years ago he wasTeduced I tcLeve ' lower tlian I hare over seen any one that afterwards recover ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsiaand Liver alleciiou, and" after trying the prescriptions ol many Physicians iu this as well as other coiintries, without relief, ha finaltr suceeded with a preparaticu of his own in being restored to good health. m. GABBERT, M. 1). Phybiuans are requested to try this preparation. We feel satiified it will sustain the character wc give toll in this publication. Hcntsville, January 12, 18-52. De. Bledsoe: I take the liberty and fellit to be my duty to recommend to ail persons sintering from disease of the stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very superior medicine." My son, aged 15 years, had been under medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar-rheaT-wheu having almost despaired of, his recovery, I con cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, f belierc, entirely cured him. MICAJAH CAYCE. .Hcst3th.le. Oct. 17,1850. De. Bledsoe Some time has eiapscd since I gave a ce tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your Alterative Comjttund. I now tako pleasure in saving to the public, that my wife had fortlireeor four years been subjectto the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach from dvspensia. I hail tried of several whom 1 thought to be .1.-1 . i . - - - .1 . -, - i . . lue-jjeL juj2eian9 iu mc piacu auu a grcai many Qiucren youn recommend it to all persona suffering from diseases of the liver and dyspepsia. S. B. ROBERTSON. nuxTsviLLE. Sent. 29. 1R51 De. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter ative Compound, I think it my dutr tesay to Jhe public, that I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, iu its worst form r that I had tried almost every thin"-that is in ven by physicians, and never foimd any thing that would cer Jill . r i !... i? r i tauuj- icuereiue, uuui i iriuu iueMuuteuieuiciue,wuicuvuas reiieveu me m eveiy attach m toss inan an Hour. WM. B. LLOYD. Giles Cocstt, Tenm, Dec 23, 1851. DcBltdsos: I feel that I should fall short of mv dutr la you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further recommend your Alterative uompouna. It has entirely re lieved me, so tliat I have not had cause to take anything in two months. lean eat anything I want with impunity, and believe my health is as good as it ever U at my advanced age. Should 1 eversufierfrom dyspepsia again I shall be sure to call on yon. I am verv respectfullr vour friend. ELIZABETH J. HARW00D. Huxtstille, Ala., August 24, 1851. This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Lirer. Physician after Phy sician had prescribed for me without mr receiving any ben efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alteratire Compound, which curud me soundly, and I recommend it because of the -same happy effect upon others of mv acquaiut ance. JOSEPU CAROTIIERS. HcNTsriLLE, Ala., March", 1852. Da. Bledsoe; Sm : Judging from the certificates you haveulready advertised, it will be almost unnecessary forme to add further evidence iu regard to the healing virtues of your Compound; bull amst :av, that for years l suffered a great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen, and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak ing yourcompound about nine weeks ince, and have gained 25 or Cotioundsrand feel about as n ell as I ever did. HENRY J. GOFF. jCgThc above medicine is forsale iu every Drug Store in the city, and most of the towns in the State, G. W. I1EN DEltSllOTT, .General Agent, for wholesaling the med icine. ;Sgr"Price ?1 per pint Bottle uovls Ird tr DR. ERASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT. AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and had been bald for many years; by tbe use of thrte but tles if the Magnttie Omttiurtt, had hit lair entirely re ttvrrd, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man could wish. His age is about ."0 years. A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had been alllicted with the Asthma from his cradle He had tbe 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 askeleton. By the use of afewbottlesof theOint menthe xn& thoroughly cured, aud for seven months past has enjoved robust health. This was an extreme case ot inflammation of theepUen, of long standing; has a vai iety of treatment f rum no less than eiJU different physicians, witliout receiving benefit was cured bythe use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint ment. This was four months agoanJ the lady (a Mrs. Dun ham,) is Mill in good health, and able to attend to her usual household duties. I have treated two cases of Chrmiic Oore Eyr with the Ointment, both of the patients so nfarhj Uuul, as 10 need an attendant to lead ,thcm from place to place. One of them had been afflicted 18yoars, the other about 9 years. Thevhad tried the best physicians in the State, without benefit; and one of them hud been under the treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for eighteen months, und had expended hundreds of dollars In vain efforts to effect a cure. They are now bv use of the Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; anil are able to : ead and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the Ointment iu a number of cases of Piles, nnd iu no cote Jul it failnl of aitiiaj immalinte relief and generally a permanent care. I have also used it beneficially iu severe cases of Ery fcrpelas. And last but not least, I have within the last year cured four cases of CANCER hy the ue of the Jfaanttic Ointment alone! From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re commend it to bo one of the most ucful remedies ever of fered to the public. Respectfullr Yours. BURTON HUBBELL, M. D. Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio. The character of ibis Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is established in this city. There are quite a number of indi viduals who ascribe tiieir restoration to health to the use of this extraordinary Ointment. For sale by H. G. SCQVEL, "BERRY A DEMOV1LLE, mayG CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG. IRA A. STOUT, COACH MANUFACTURER, No. 5 Clark Stulet, Nashville, Tear, Xextdoor to If. S. FrtMlCt Grocery Warehouse, and op- Ajj7iite Jfurrui ik iHratton, LL kinds dfcarri.iges for sale, with "harness qX1 ft, to suit All woiksoUrby mo is made at e&fafen, the Clark Street Manufactory, "and warranted, and will be sold on as good Terms, lur Cash or good notes, as any work made North or East. , Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all persons leaving woik to repair may rely on getting it when promised. All orders promptly attended to. marl5. A CARD. I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu. siness my son, A. C. MARCIL The business, in future will be conducted in the name of J. D. Jlarch A Son. AU persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come up and make payment. J. 1). MARCH. Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited, ja J. 1). MARCH A SON. AND "WARRANTS We are buving and paving the very highest prices for LAND WA RRANTS. Per sous at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to us by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which they are celling at the time in Nashvilie and the cash remitted orpaid tooider. iuh-21 DYER PEARL & CO. S. E. H'CAM Y, Commission and Forwnrdiug Merchant, VUATl'ASOGA, TEXX. Reter to ' D. Pearl, "IjiWARh; A IIaiuhs. Lvxieii ABrutuers, ' Nashville, Tenn. " hinxamoTiirBs. W.S. Wuitmax.. ang"4rantw w REMOVAL. THE TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE . COMPANY HAVE removed their otlice to the West side of the Pub lie Square near the Planters Bant, over the office o 1). Pearl A On. no anglOgm. "sTxyTLLIAJlS Agent lor John Williams, New . Orleans, will make liberal cash advances on Produce for shipment. . ,iilvl4 J OST. Jand Warrant, No. iivs, lor 40 acres, issued j 10 Alien inomtison. ou me ou apni. is-i. under act of 2Sth September, 1850, aDd assigned to W. B. Shapard A Co. in blank has been lost and duplicate warrant will be applied for,- for the benefit of said W. B. Shapard A Co. july27-tlw w ' J03IAH FARRI8, Agent. Jlairitiurns, Calk FloXaXenct, PihfL QmtUrjutiouy vis iMEDIGAL. DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET JHSCBLAPIUS, OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. 1 ' yuv, torlTeth. Edition, .th Ouo t 'uuureu rjiffravings sliowing Diseases- a.,d MaUonnatwns W lJunian-srsiem in every slnipeand form. TrtXr).:.!. t, -.j.i-T., i ----uuea n a realise people, orihoe contempUtiir mar rage. By WJLLI AMYOUNU, M.D, i:. m uiirer ue aiiwmcd to me- to his child. It may save him fnm an enrlv t-rii'r T.!n..-nn.-.. J p. -w-wijuiu iiiuu or woman enter into the secret oLli. i'VfV,0 ,u'f-'h5. nvous SSS. and the irhole train of Dsmcic bensations, aud given Sp bythMrphwifcian . bo anoti.er moment without cSiultinj - .... -. ..-mjvi, ir iimse auoui lo betnarncJ, any impediment, read this truly useful book, av it lias beep the means of s.ivio tbousands of unfortunate uMiuio iiuiu uie TeryHwsra neaiu. :5?r Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en closed mi letter, will receive ouecopyof this workby uiail or five copies will bo sent for One Dollar. - Address, post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG, . marchlS ly Xo. v,2 Spruce iVL PhUaaeljJiia. R. R. R NO PAIN KILLER. TO KILL PAIN we must paralyse the nerves, or in other words produce it palyot the part to which the win killer is applied. Pain Una unnatura "sensation, arising from an injury or disease which, being transmitted" along the nerves to the brain, gives an uneasy perception to the mind. Remedies recommended to Kill Pais, or Pais Killess, arc cither producers ot Paralysis, or they are not what they arc recommended for. If the sufferer ot pain is to undergo a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or ifthepait of the body suffering the tortures of pain, is to suffer an attack of paralt sis, we think the the remedy must be worse than the disease. And, if Pain is lobelitlled, then the nerves that transmitted this, sensation, and the senses that perceive its unpleasantness, must be killed also. it, on me otner band, it is not a "yaw tiller, it u a mis nomer, and not whatits advertisement claims furit. Railway's Ready Relief does not Km. pain, but it s-ibdues its paroxyisnis and relieves the sufferer from all painful and uneasy sensations. Radway's Ready Relief is quick in its action it instantly relieves, and immediately after sets about retnoviug the causa of the pain, it noUhet and cures, it relieves atid removes the troubling cause, aud hence the joy it inmses. R. W R. Its Two Actions Theprimary action of Radway's Ready Relief is, to allay the effects of any pain ful causes that the human system may be visited with. Its secondary action is, to remove the cause ikelf ; this it will immediately accomplish, for it is so powerful in action so quick and effectual, that the moment it is applied or taken the painful paroxyisuis are relieved, and tbe unsound parts made whole, strong, healthy and vigorous. External Pains Rheumatism Radway's Ready Rcliefapplied externally to the. parts where tbe pain is fell, will instantly allay the nroxyisms, scatter the cause, or Uie Civjejkd depotiti, tchich caue the pain, and, in a few nu msntsthe sufferer will bs quite easy, lfthe attackiirV cent a few applications will cure it. 11 Chronic, Radway's Renovating "Resolvent, used in' connection with tbe Ready Relief, is certain to cure Itbeu matism in its most aggravated forms, whether SyphiUljc Sciatic nervous, muscular .or inSamalory (fur wonderful cases of Rheumatism, cared by R. R. 1L Remedies, see Radway's family Friend for the month of Match, 1S-"j5 a copy will be sent to all who wish it, free of charge, by ad dressing Radway A Co., New York City.) Puinsaround tbe Liver, Kidneys and Heart are relieved, aud the unnatural irritations instantly subdued by a simple application of R. R. Relief. Sick llead Ache R. R. R. will in all casoH cure this distiessing complaint. Its ant acid properties nhen taken into the stomach, will neutralize the acid, and make the stomach clean, and tho breath sweet. Its counter-irritant ellicacy, will produce a reaction when applied to the headend invigorate and enliven, and refresh the senses. Internal Pains. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera or Cholera Morbus. The unnatural and violent irritations that afflict the system while it is under the influence of these maladies, willj in a moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relieving efficacy of the R. R.'Relief- It allays irritation, it arrests spasmodic action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that causes these painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor ates with warmth and sucngttt the cold, cramped, and shrivelled limbs and joints, and restores each member and organ of the body to a healthful and vigorous condition. Radway" s Rea'dy Relief, and each of the IL R. R. Iteme- I ... . . " -f. ..w.- ... ........ ... Nothing inert or inactive enters their composition, so that tliesjsiem is not clogged witu worthless and luert matter. In conclusion we would remind ;he reader that Sadwuy'3 Ready Rolief, relieves the sufferer from pain (not kills,) and cures or removes all unnatural causes of Rheumatic, Neural gic and Nervous .or painful character. Radway's Regulators, prepared from the active principle alone of Medicinal Herbs, Roots, Plants and Guui-s, ill reg ulate and keep in a healthy condition, the bowels, liver, heart, kidneys, skin, and all other organs of the body. They will cure costimess; indigestivness, indigestion, dyspepsia, and all billious complaints and fevers. The ladies will find Radway's Regulators the very best reg ulator of the system, in assisting lardy nature iu tliedis clurge of her monthly duties. Nogriping pains or sickness at stomach follows their operation, but the iusure to all who take them a pleasant aud easy discharge of the offals of the system. nauway s itenovutrng Kesoivcnt, is a powertui resotver 01 all diseased deposits that have been lying in the system for irs. A purilyer of Uie blood and a renorator of the whole rears, body. tor further information of the wonderful puin-releaving and curative powers of the R. R. Remedies, the public are referred to our monthly publications, or Guide tohealih, co piesof which can be had gratis by addressiug us at our lL 11. R. office, 162 Fultou street, New Yuri. RADWAY A CO.,162 Fulton st. N. Y. R. R. R., for sale by Druggists generally. J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Wholesale Agent for Tcunueusce. MANDFIELUS A CO, Memphis.' nUDGIN, WELLS A JOHNSON, juiyf-12m Chattanooga. And Druggist and Merchants ercrywbere. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER, rrIlE m-eat Remedy for Rheumatttm.Gout. pain in the Sid JL Hip, Back, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil 1 White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed j pains whatever. Where this plaster is applied Pain cannot exist. 1 These Plasters possess Ibe advantage of being put up in I air-tight boxes; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli- ' mates. 1 This celebrated Pain Extractor Jias been so extensively used hy Physicians and the people in general, both in this country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any i.;n ..lu-i,r if "Vof: f!iirr tn.iv hn somp. who stand in need 1 -ili". .ivj... . j , i - ' ofitshealing powers who have not yet tried it. Fortherf SakeS W C M ill SlIll-JIJ state n ltt. 1. iwa uuv " wiuiuuuu ui cases, and what it will do for them when tried. A VOICE FROM GEORGIA. . Read the following testimony from a Physician. Gestlemex. Your Hebrew Plasterhas cured me of peins of which I have suffered for twelve years past. Dur.ngthis period I labored under an aaltction otmy loins aim side, and ( tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug- j gested, but without obtainiug relief. At length I used your I'laster, and am now by its good effects entirely cured. 1 1 will recommend the Jew Darid or Hebrew Plaster to bit, ' who are suffjring from contraction of the muscles, or perma- 1 nent pains in tbe side or back. The people of Geonn'ahave but to become acquainted with I ts virtues when they will resort to its use. Yours, truly, JL W. WALKER, JL D., Foisythe, Jlonmc county, Ga. To Messrs. Scoril A Jlcad, New Orleans, La. JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH CAROLINA. Messrs. Scovil A JIeau: I hare been troubled with the chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On the 1st of fuly 1S19, 1 was so bad that 1 could not turn myself tn bed, and the pain so severe that I had t.ot slept a wink fur six days. At this tune mv attending Physician prescribed the "Hebrew Plaster," and it acted like a etiarm; the paiu left me and 1 slept more than half of the night, and in three davs I was able to ride out. I consider the "Hebrew Plaster" the best remedy for all sorts of pains now in use O. W. JIcJlINN. nendersonville, N. C, Aug. 16; 1S50. sr VST w tsr ST Beware of counterfeits and base imitations 1 JS?" The genuine will in future have the signature E. Taylor on the steel plate engraved label on the top of each box. Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar icles is in existence. The genuine is sold only bv us, and our agents appointed hroogbout the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell- it. Dealers and purchasers gencrallvare cautioned against buy ing of but our regular agents, otherwise they will be impos ed upouwilh a worthless articl. Forsale by SCOVIL A MEAD, 111 Chartres street, New Orleans. General -Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold by EWIN, BROWN A Co., Nashville, Tenn. W, "W. A J. B. BERRY, do; J. Jl. ZIMERJIAN A Co., do; CARTWRIGHT A ARJISTRONG, do; THOMAS WELLS, do; julvl-dtww H. G. SCOVEU do. R ELL'S ERC1IANCE. South Side Public Square. XaihtZlle, Tenouuee. THIS well known and public place of resoit is now set ting extra fine LUNCHES every day at lO.o'clook, and 14 past nineat night, well furnished with Sweet .Milk and Peache3, and fine refreshments, sav Milk, Punch Eggnoggs, Julips, Cobblers, PunUies, kc. This establishmentVill oe tept open, from and after Tuesday night, 2d day of August, for the accommodation of those running late at night ivitb something fine to eat and drink at all hours of the day or night, 8 11. L. DAVIS. - aug3 Ira.. . ASeaU 1 mmm . MISCELLANEOUS, ESrAHLISHSD E0R TEN YEARS. 1. Jf L..II--i-M-'l-''g-'l OUR Gooui are (elected and purc'oad by ourselves with great care ,n the best market, which enables us to sell low for C ASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to tbe coun- and Self- Sft tr. SINGEZ'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEoLE PEBPEH. DICULAR ACTION SEWING MACHINE! Sicured by too Distinct Patents. THESE extraordinary Machines have had numerons di plomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew ing Machines erertierised. Thty cow form, one of the most aiiractivc features of the Great Exhibition: at the Crystal Palace in New York. The proprietors lwving perfected their great manufactory in New York, ure now able to produce the Machines at a cheaper rate, and have determined to grre the benefUfo the public, by reducing; t'ie price 525. Hereafter these unri valled Jluchmes will be sold at either of our regular offices for b 8100 Cash, without Deduction or Discount. Of the adinirabieupLililies of these Machines for all the work of the Clothier, Tailor, Shoe Jlanufacturer, Saddler, Cai riage Trimmer, Cap Maker, and. Corscv Maker, it i un necessary lo speak. T he character of.the machines fgr these branches of business is established, and ttey are known and admitted to be the most perfect instruments for the pur pose ever devised. The clear profit on each machine is tram SJSOi) to i lyOO a year, depeoding on the fineness and dilEcuhy cf the work done. We desire to call the particu lar attention of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers lu our ma chine for stitching fine Knca and cotton gnods. We can satisfy anv person interested that 116 other raachir.e hasewr done or can do this kind of stiitliing perfectly. The price of the uiachuie includes the necessary articles for Usinf. When ordered ihey are packed, complete for immediate use, and full pViii itJ iiutructi jik for uing are furnished. Either of thv Express ('Amtkimes, or Merehants visiting the pUces where imr ijlltt.es mel.icated,.alurd a convenient medium for puruhasing mecliines. irnucipal umce, .a 624 llroadwar, . V. BiLixen OrriCEs. ( I No. 1W7 Elm SL. Cincimiatu july30 3m I. JL S1XGKR A CO. J. II. lturrttr I'atent llantntion. noav xtt 1 1,1,. rnill.1? Hill difiew from all others In the construe Hud r A the uppur or Running Stone, which Is eu'iuposfl 6f Freucli Uurr Blocks, -enclosed In a cast iron Case, whiett forma the bacfc aud hpapcif the Stone with a L'ait Irwu Uye.lr Ras!i,thauIsorKreaterexternaldlameter at Uirboltoni that at the top, vbich Is secured to Uio back by rur bolts, so lint every bloc!: is In tbe form of a dve tail, which Elves grtatr strength to aStone than any other method which is required In small millit, where the stone is ran with great peed,ant bconiesdangerous If not strongly made. It alsaelvp anv weizht to a stone of small diameter that Is required without having It thick or high, that mates It tup heavy. This mill Is a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, la the form of a busi, wllh Undge-tree, Spindle Balance Rio Driver, aud Kegulatlnc Screw, and erinds upon the samt priarlple as a Ian,e mill, di&erinf; onlj In the Kunner Stone: this being of great weight enable it to grind nearer the cen ter agreater quantity of grain with lets power than any oiber mill now In use. This mill is portable, nnd may be attached to steam, water, horse or hand power. ALSO, all sizes of Hrench Uurr Jiill Stones, manufaetare-1 on the same principle. Joseph H. Barrows, of Cincinnati, is the Inventor, for which he obtained Letter Patent In 1S42. For allinfrinse ments thq purchaser will be held responsible for the right ofcslnp. These Mills Jo not require a Millriebt to- sot them np; and alt that is necessary to pat them In operation. Is to attaob a hand to the poller 011 the splncle, wilh a drum suHciently larpa to run a twenty-four inch ilill iHO revolutions per mlMiite, attached to Gin, b'team. or Water Power, lly the steady application of two horse power the- .uulwillzriml s.x 2o b bushels per hourof eood meal: and will grind wheat as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, If put lo Its fullest snned,wli' grind froni ten to fifteen busbelsper hoar. These mills are waranted to be In every respect as recom mended. Dirictions roa Usixo. Place yoarmiUaboatSOfeetfrom the Driving Pulley in a level position; make the belt of 1. ather six or eight inches wid. Give the StoueStO revolu tions a minute with the son. Keep the net k and step of the splndlo well oiled. Plaee thestaron tho back of .the Kannlng Stone, in tha same wy as the Cross ou tho Driver, that is, the way they are trimmed io run. Kcfer to Thos. Patterson, Ksq., of Highland county. Ohio, Jesse Beal, Esq., of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury, Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others. All ordersdlrectedto JOUNE.ItOOM.VS. Ns. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for MiJdlesnd East Tennessee, or J. 11. BUltKOtVS, JanSC d.tr-w.&w.ly. WestFrontst-CIn.O KYEES A McGILL. de-vlics ix iteut ossccjpnos or Ladies' and-Gcntleaten's luraisMBg and Taney Goods, On CuSege ttreft, one door South of the Square. WHERE may be found at all limesa large assort ment of Winchester's, Davis A June's, A Myers Patent Shoulder Scam Shirts, of Linen, Muslin with Lin en Bosoms, Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, IShaked Silt, Cash mere, Vigouia Cotton ami Canton Flannel, for ladies and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gattrrs, Gloves, Kid and Silk, Buck. CasSimeie, Cloth, Clramois, Wash Norma, Cuff Gloves, aud Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, tVaterfonls; Albert, De Joinville's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting. Cravat. Scarfs, Black und White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Cajis, Oil Silk Bath ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsv, Hiding and Strengthening Belts, Kobe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walking- Canes, Biding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises, Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Bom, Toi-. lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Writing Desks Cigar Cafes, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Harms and Ilazor Strops,. Combs, Bruslies, Good year's Oum Gos. Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cntlery, .tc, aud a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur nishing Stores. Kff Wehareinadearrangementswith our frieiitls at the North to forward us Goods a3 soen ns reoeived By them, therefure-r-e shall Inre goods Here iu hasiiKiu ten davs from the New York Custuui IIoAse. itVEBS A McflirXU. Furnishing Store, College stieut, 1 duor South of the Square, Nashville foctii , FAItM FOR SALS. I WISH tasell the Faun on which I now r.iJe,-S mile? fnno Nashville, ou the miiltllf Frjitklm Turnpike, and coutaiuing-lw acres, about equally diridcj juto timbera'ml. clesied laud. 7hcre is evr fhrttg" in it to retxlerit desira ble as aconntry lesidence; sicli as a great vrhtv of fruit, an abundance of spring ami wp waiw, gv3, Ac. If de sired it will be divided into small portions. For terms Ac, apply to Joux Kibkuax or to li. W. Brown-, Geul Agent, Jo. 0i Cheiry street, or to juneSil diwlL W. D. GALE. SUsiilfliS.- -100 bbls best Ftnnr, Wi krgsTof Nailu, lOOO.bbls No 1 Salt; 'JM tons assorted Irwn; 80 doz Painted Uucfcets; 5 bbls Brimstone; -20 nests of Tub; .r " Alum; 2iJ " half bushel moasures;l00 TIows; 5000 lbs bar Lead; ISO bblsNo 8 Mackerel; 200 bags Shot, avsorled; M kits No 1 and a dir.' lt0 assorted Demijohns; 30 bbl.' S S Almonds; 50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; 01 Large Pecans; 59 iloz Bedcords and Ines; SO boxes Figs; 50 bags Itace Ginger; 500 " Tobacco, assorted; 25 bag Pepjier; S tierces Fresh Kice; 50 boxes Dned Herring; 2S bbls English Soda; 1 cask Madder; W boxes Fresh Teas; 1? boxes Sti'iiglitQii's Bitfers;lo " Cmme's best Indigo. 30 ; B Wheat Flour, exl; Together with many oilier articles, which will be soli low, Gr decU -LU LANlEft, 31arket sL CAR17 -I beg leave to inform my friends and pat rons that I have removed to thd store 011 the corner of Ceder and Cherry streets, from mr old stand next doorv Also to inform tliem that 1 hare on hand a choice lot of C5 srars,Snutrs,Tobaccos,aud Pipes; llwsem wautofgoodar ticles, would do w ell to ettl, a-s 1 keep a Wm Stokk. J. jltiUI.E. Little Indian, corncrand Cellar Chefry ids. FACTS THAT AEE FACTS' VVTHO Joes not know that Lrexs A (Jo., keep always on y V hand the finest Cigars and Tohaiico to bosliad in town. A" " e can say to Ih-JJc who are ignorant of this, is to request them to call and'examine our stock, anj they will soon be convinced that such is the case. Doal forget the IJons (Lyons) Den, No. la". Cedar street. Tobaccos. We are just in receipt of a large lot of smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some of the finest brands, fine cut aud iu plug, For iule either whole sale or retail by LYONS A CO.. july 1G No. If. Cedar St. DR. ROBERT .11. PORTER hasremorei hi residence and office to No. 3S, Cedar street, nearly np osite the Catholic Church. july JO -lm. it.ee;- ury; anu we sell as clieap as anr house in iry. toy.-. rocKeS l.utlery, Pistols, Revolvers cocKing; spmiisli Cigars, Ac.,Vc. July I 1 INTO. AHSCELLAMEOTJS. ?Ia2iney5s Reaper ' - ftfrVOTTOl. IRfclyilutheiFarmers to the statements below, mad W Dr.TolmShelby and L. F. Bradler. I hare seenltfe operation several tunes, I am satisfied of its great utility A heseasouu adrandng, I now offer those fhavoonbWCvr L.P.CIIEATHA juce29, lSo-3. ' NathvilleTeBa. Nisnrni- June 2S, 1S5S. U)L. Li. 1'. Crre.tra.ut: Dear Str:1 have been using he "Reaping and Mowing Machine' paientented by Mans ot Illinois, w hich yuq are now ouering to the citizens of. Teo nessee. ItwannsTsnTKiaBossAnxoMjicHiss. It wcria XEATtr and xipimt. The amount cut per day will dnesd principally upon the speed, of the teamT If the tamea rarcl Emr miles per hour, it will Beap or Mow, fifteen acres n ten hours. It is entitled to tbe confidence of the public Respectfully j. SHELBY; I, L. F.Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shaftr, make the following statement: We have had for mora &a. one week, one of "Col. Cheatham's mowing and rtspirg machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and ta gled, and I now state that it mows and cuts eleaaerthaa tho sythe blade, and that it .will mow per day as much as) 14 hands, and it can reap at least twenty-four acres per day. JuceSft-tAw. L. F. BRADLEY. L. A. uotiza. B. LAXIia. LANIER Ac BROTHER, Wholesale Grocers, Commiauon, and Forwarding Merchants, And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, f5"W . Market street, Nashrflle. LIQyORS100 bbls Tennessee DD WbisEf 6tt barrets Old Monongahela S b4 nn Iurbon AVhn bbls New England Hum; n T?Te 80 " A-lLGinr SO " Old Reserve 0 " Sweet Wiser lOptresOM Cog Brandy-,10 " OldPoHW?ne: s" 1 ,H. ' 20 boxes Brandr Cherries; lo bbls old Madena Wine; 50 Claret Wine 20 Indian bbls Sweet Wine; 10 " assorted Cordialsi 100 bbls A. M. Brandy; 15 gals. Old French BriadT In store and forsale low by LANIFJJ A BROTHER. ' SUNO RIES,. loo bbls best Flour; 10t kegs orNails 1000 bbls No. 1 ?alt; 20 tons assorted Iron; SO doz Painted Bucke's; 5 bbls Brimstone; 'M nesL of Tubs; 5 " Alum; 20 ' hairbu-shel mcasures;100 PIow3; 50W) lbs bar Lend; 20 bbls No 3 Mackerel; 200 bags Shot, assorted; SO kits No 1 and 2 do; TiK) assorted Demijohns; 20 bbls SS Almonds; 50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars;10 " IargePecans; M doz Bedcords and LtncsO boxes Figs; W bags Ract Ginger; 300 - Tobaeco, assorted; - hags Pepper, S tierces Fresh Rice; SO boxes Dned Herring; 25 bbls English Soda; 1 cask Madder; 50 boxes Fresh Teas; J.0 boxes Stoughton BittenelO " Crome's best IadiVo 20 " U.W Flour, ext; Tbgethcrwith many other articles, which will be sold low by decU LANIER A BROTHER, market st BANKING'S PATENT LACE. OR ABDOMINAL SUP PORTER, TT'OR weak and delicate persons, male or female, and thosa who are afflicted with the following diseases, vir Weakness of the Breast, Bronchitis, Shortness of Breath, Paiu in the Chest, Weakness and Bleeding of the Lungs, Palpitation of the Heart, Dvspepsia, Costivraess and Files, Pain in the Back, Spinal Curvatures, and Enlargement of one Hip and Shoulder. Falling of the Bowels, and ft Tss dency to. Rupture. Prolapsus Uteri, or Bearing DownIr resufar. Painful or Profuse Menstruation, a Tendency to Abortion, and Painful Pregnancy, and the bad shape inci dent to Child Bearing, a Disposition to Drooping, Lounging and Weariness, common to clerks, mechanics, students, seamstresses, and others who keep inclined positions. The subscriber has had the exclusive sale of this ceUSrat. ed Braee for several years, during which period & large number have been sold to those who hare given the highest testimonials of their remarkable curative powers. The most satisfactory references can be given to persons in tha city of Nashville and surrounding county furthermore, they are recommended br some of the most eelebnted and extensive FraciitttMiers of Medicine in Nashville and the adjacent country Forsale by R G SCOVEL Druggist and Apofbecarr, North sidcof tha Pabh'cSijuare, three doors West of the Nashville Inn. acgli tf, DALK II V ATCTION.-llACUlNEKY OF THJl O "OPE COTTON FACTORY. The subscriber, harutp determined to relinquish the Coiton business, will sell in lots, by public Auction on the premises, on Wednesdar. Otfohersth, 1 S.-.S. the COTTON MACHINERY of ths IIOPE FACTjiRY. allln complete running order, consisting of 2WihWc; 2 Pickers; Si Sjwoders; 111 Cards, to inch Cjlinders, and S Batting Cards; Drawing Frames; 13 Speeders: 8 Railway Heads nnd Railways complete; 40 Lirebpindle FlverThrostles, SJM Spindles; 8 Tube " " ". KH2 " 4 Ring and Traveler. " SSi u 2 Mules. Flntej; a large lot of finished and unfinished Boobies, large lot of juttemsAc. T, nw. C,.,.. - r St vtA 1 U. , . . cutiuui f i,iiv t icsa. ssu; larger unousn, one-fourth cash, balance endorsed notes at 6, 12 and 18 month. Persons wishing to examine the machinery will call atmy warehouse, comer Market and Water sU, Pitts burg. P.jrCORMICC The Nashville Banner, Florence Gazette, Huntsrille Dem ocrat, Columbus (Ua.) Sentinel, South Carolinian, Memphis: EagleA Enquirerjcoprin daily and weekly to the ainount of bve dollars, and charge to this office- (Migl6 lm. EXCHANGE IlOTEt Corner of Sixth and Inn Street. LOUISVILLE. KY. THEnnJersigned would respectfully inform his friends; and the traveling public in general, that he has leased! the above named Hotel for a term of years. Having gone to a great expense in refiling and remrni-shing the same, so that it is now second to no hotel in the West. Hoping by strict attention to business to merit a liberal share ol tha public favor. J. MOSHER, Formerlyof the Nashville Ins. Louisville, July 19 nr c dim. ' aOODS AT REDUCED PRICES-As this season is advancing I will offer my stock of Summer Goods of every description, at such reduced prices as will be satisfactory to all. I bare a large and beautiful rariety of ladies' dress Goods, Mantillas, Ac-, c, to which I would solicit the attentibn of my friends and tbe public JAMES NICHOL. :ul v 22 - No. 13. corner Square and Market St PICKETT, MACMTfRDO & CO.. BANKERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, XEW ORLEAXS. TTTM. S.PICKLTT flat of the firm of PICKETT, PER V Y KINS & CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hir ing associated themselves in business, will conduct tv Hanking and fiencral Commission Business, in this-City, under firm of 1kxett, Uacxubdo A Ca Particular attention paid to the sale o f Cotton, and to tho . 1. r , .. 1 : I IThkIvi ml!., muunllr 41 pu!ya-m. GREAT BARGAINS"F0R CASH. TTI A. A J. . JIcCLELLVNl) havingon hand an ua- VV nsuallr large and rich stock ot Goodv win ofier greatinducementato cash or punctual buyers. Sirangera risiting the citr. will save money by looking at our stock; before making their purchases elsewhere. june23 No 20. Public Square. AGRICULTURAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY. jsa THIS esbiWishment isnow prepared 10 manniacmr &111 uaus u 1? xhui. Carts and Plows of everr description. and any other farming impltments used mj this country. Tlienriees for such threes will not be more than is pud for them brought from other places. We are ready to re ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and other utensils- for making' roads. 'The Jlarinfacfunng of Waggons is tmderthe Superinten dence of Wilson Mullen, wbxwe work u well knows here. We resiiectfully solicit orders Irom the Planters and Merch ants in iLesurrouniling counties fur our work. One or twogood Wagon Makers wanted immediately. Good prices will be paid for first-rate workmen. r GEO. C. ALLEN. jHrretS Lower Market Sreet JAULS1I T110SSS, w. r. wraTTHos XI1U3IS .V WIUTTIIOUSE, AttorueVH u Ijiiv. COLUMBIA TFJfXESaEB. TrTWIH practice their profession In the counties of Maory, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and lIUkmaB.. dac 9. tf. FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDpCt sltnafed 011 Iho Gallatin Turnpike, 9 miles rrom Nashville, cfrfitaming about 75 acres, on which the subscriber now re sidua. The dwelling, which hat recently been erected, of the best matcnafs and .Ir e, nJP aJfTmmt plon, embracing nine rooms and several halls, with ill r.e cessnry ont bniluings. 5Te solids verv productive. The water is cool and para, flowing iu abundance. The orchard contains various kinds, ofbeanugfruitlrwsofexceuentquality. fn point of health and society, tbe neighborhood is un-surpa-ssed. Tlie tract is susceptible of being divided into three lots, eaoh having a beautiful building site, with run ning water. Terms and time accommodating, possession, can be bad at any time. A. B. FORD. Furfurther'particulars.applr to UNDSLEY A CROCKETT, inl r97 gawtf tw Agents. College stiW. THOMAS nooac snsos waijck. IIODGE &. WALKER. Barbers, Hair-Dwssen, Ac, Ac, Xo. lit. Cedar itrett. HAVE opened their new establishment, and oflir to then customers and th pubUc in general inducements nev er before offered iDlh'scitr- Having newly fitted up our iKKtse.we fee! confident that all who give ns leave well satisfied. In addition to f;.W in In wa have Itrsre. commodious and neatly tunusbed fui.wSoml TfcS the finest in tbe citr, and as to convemcc and comfort, cannot be satpaW.11 thecouu. Wmfenavsing. gentlemen and patrons, jnstttep in 7j se w uhamain-we'-maiethe hair fly," and wht Tsilutary erTect our pure water has upon a weaned and rffobody. aDg3" tS"iT.T.L. URY AN respecUully offers hts services to 1 J the citizens ef Nashville in the practice cXMemcme, ind especiaUy in the treatment of Chronic Daeases. Of fice on the corner of Union and Summer streets. junel7,ISJ3. , .-&