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) 1 vol. xxiv. union and AjjgRjgA OF. ICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICANWj fumislied to subscribers at e following rales: Single copies, me year in advance. 1 2 50; within tbo year $5 00; at Hie end of the year f 4 00. Clu33 Of fire and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rates, he TIU-WEEKLY.is-published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in advance, $6. DAILY is published ut."Eight Dollars.' 3-TllE MONEY IN ALL OASES TO ACCOJIFAN1 SUBSCRIPTI0NS3 imiltanccs of subscriptions may be made by mail at ocr risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. J. II. CURREY, TJndertaUcranil CoIiin-maVcr, Gnlege street. No. ., opposite Setcunee House. T" EOS leave to inform lnslncnds ana the public! I wiienillr. that he has opened a rerular Cof fin Room, and having bought the right for manufacturing and selling in iliddle Tennessee, Skiff's latent IndUtruct ible Air-tight and Air-exhausted Burial Cases tho best now in usefor preserving the corps, he will keep a supply of them constantly on hand, together with an assortment of nil kinds ol covered and wood Coflins. Ho is prepared to furnish gjod Hearses and any number of Hacks that may be wanted; alsoshrouJs of every description, made in the best style, tocher with every equipage necessary for fune rals. All telegraphic despatches or orders from Steamboats and Railroads or from' the surrounding country will be. promptly attended.. Particular attention raid to pre paring and encasing bodies'for transportat'on. All orders left at his Furniture and Co3ia Room promptly attended to, both night and day he will give his personal attention loan funerals -Charges moderate. CURREY N. U. Furniture and Jlallrasscs of every description made to order and of the best materials, and warranted; also v furniture rensired in'the best stvleand with .dispatch. ? Ts,ng!rjft!(. - ' . J-lt-C, SOJIETHIKG NEW. rpiIE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITlTREi I lA'lTPntnniV( COMPANY, arenow offering! Isnlcndid assortment ot i innnn rasmpiiauierur , nitureai,iiieiriei - 111 i tnnnt,mlilifir. between Union Hall" and the fi-K ' fviuire,whicJitliev oiler at prices to kuupiuiiw;iJ, M i both at whole sale and retail. They intend to give satisfac tlon to purchasers work warranted. .,..,. . , Call and examine their stock. Orders for ork attended Irwith despatch. It 11. GROOMS, Presl. W. L. NAsr.g. Sec'r wpf'r CASH! CASH!! , WNTED attlie SouUi Nashville Furniture Factory, ot good SEASONKD LU JUIER--100,000 feet of ljinch Walnut Flank- -wide; W.000 do do do do do; , f.0,000 do 2 do do do do; 100,000 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4, 5 A Cm. sq re; 100,000 do Cherry do do do; 100,000 do iKinch Cherry Flank -wide; 50,000 do do do " do; f.0,000 do 2 do do do; 0,000 do Ash, i-angingfromlVtooin thick wide plank; Also, Poplar of all sires il1 fur Cabinet purposes, for which Cask will be paid on delivery. Also, 23 or 30 good CABINET JIAKKIL? wanted, to whom fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 Or 2 good UP HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply. janlT " FUaNfrURE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH. Ac. THE subscriber has just returned from the (m0f East, and is constantly receit ing all kinds of Fl FURNITURE, CARPETING, Ac His stock at present consists of almost every article in his line ot busi ness, and as extensive as any in the city. Purchasers would do well to call, as he is determined to sell low lor cash or on time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON, marchl.'i College near Church street. TRUNKS" VALISES, aud CARPET BAGS. WL' havejustreceiredalarge andfineas. Cffi)f5jT) sortmcnt of Trunks Carpet Rags and IJfemjiW Valises, consisting of Sole, Rag and KipsS!saLi latlier TravelingTrunks and Valises, alo of Saxony, llnis sells Wilton and common Cant Rags, which we willsellat "" -"-. f-. " . . ... i .. i v i ow ces. ll.t. uui. 1,13 in., Corner of College and Union sts- Nashville. rURKITURE! PTJRKITUBE! T AM inst n-.vii ini'a tine assortment ot Fur s -is - ! s tvles which will be warranted as recommend-' V l I ed, and will be sold as cheap as the cheapest. Having ea arged my Ware rooms, I bhall keeji an assortment ol Gil bert's superior Iikis, also Window Shades, Clock?, Mir rors Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles sent free to tho Railroad or aurnhere in the city. Remem ber 4.1, Union street. Cheap Furniture Djiot. aj,27 1. H. jlORTO. ' HOREraW WANOES. WE have received by recent arrivals nineg5 3 more of those unrivalled Pi wos, madesaSyfl by J. R. Dunham and dam Stodart & Co., of 4 j various stvlc3 and ms, which will be sold very low tor ca-h or good notesdrawing interest, and warrauted to give Kali.f;trtuiii in pverv resiect. apr29 ' W. &T.II. OREENF1 ELD & CO. I "VTOT1CE. I amcloiiug up my Imsinc.-s mm a view 01 XN pcrmancully withdrawing. Many persons are indebt ed to me by note" and account, some for years, and I hope they will call and pay up without fiuthcr delay or trouble. fhave removed my Rooks aud Papers to the room ad joining .Messrs. W. IL' Gordon A Co. aug 14 SAM SEAV. ' UK. J. IV. CRAY. Office in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street, "J?rfflvm JMbitriek aiul Vhtnu. lecl4 12m Resiiikxck Skwave. 17OK SAIiE Oil KE.VT Anewlrame Housejust 1 ' completed with seveu rooms, well plastered and pa- pereit. anuaieu on nurcu sireui, iu jnuus auuuiii.. S'ashville. Tlie said house is about four hundred yards from the Female Academy, and w ill be sold on reasonable terms. . For further naviculars enquire of R. L. Crenshaw, or auglS W. D. ROBERTSON, M'J-cniore st. AVAN'.V CI!ARS. We have this day received 40,o.i.iSupenor Regalia Ixindre and Prensados Cigars, to which we invite the attention of smokci. July SO N. R. & JIXON. BOY'S CLOTIIINt; DKI'OT !-The subscribers have the most extensive and varied assortment of Clothing for Itovs from 4 to 10 etcr otfeied Tor sale in the Union. Orders'for Gentlemen's CloUiing tilled at the short estnotice. , l'ersons imrchasing Clothing nt this establishment, have the privilege of changing them if tliey do YT Jfc UIIO S. W. corner of Chestnut and lost., Philadelphia. April . 1 R.-.3 lv FvA'UTICIIIiAU NOTICE Our accounts being t-'.-.-ii OTo,i nv.i.r .if tliem not tvoith the trouble .A. piuai, p.. --v. : . ., . , . ... s,.perwec runner of collecting, we have this day closed our Looks, and v ill JrcUing the Dean hereafter do business entirely for Cahl J1 Nashville! J.dv S9 to buv n these terms will find it to their advantage to call to buy n these terms on us. ... , , Persons having claims against us will please present them for payment, andthose indebted will please call and pav up. aug'l U & .1 MAA. C' "John bichaedson, IIAIUlEIt AX1 HAIH DlinsSEU, Ko. 52 Cedau Stuert. l.n rciwctriillv inform all who have any use for the services of a Itarbcr, that he has at tips time : 1,;. omt.W n number of Hie best and most cxwrtcuceu oierators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears in Nashville. His shop is fitted up neatly, and gentlemen may ulwavs confidently rely loii prompt attention and comfor table" shaving. He hopes to continue to receive a liberal khare of encouragement from an intelligent public that knows how to discriminate between "gilt aud gold oer misled." ""S1' VTOTU'E. ltv virtue of tend Irom the Honor j able Supreme Court of Tennessee, to me directed, I will sell to the highest bidder, for Cash, at the Court House door, in Nashville, on Saturday the Sth day of October. 18., one tract or parcel of lnd lvmg and being 111 the Sitli Dis trict of Davidson County, and bounded as follows, llegin- inc at the ?ortli Kast comer 01 .lames i uui, icnvr, tire u. i.. s. . ; EAMAGE & CHURCH. Wholesale and Ftail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bas, College srnF.ET, Nashville, Texs. CARRIAGES. te have jut recesved two extra V'V r,ff',e. I amily r:ir- AlisOA shinment of fine RllSgies and Kockn- wnys. l or saie uv Nashville. Align t W. 11. GORDON A CO. , IS". REMOVAL. THE TENNESSEE MAUINK AND FIRE INSURANCE . . COMPANY. ... . . ...,. TTA V E removed their ottice to tlie vt est sine to uir.i JJL lie Square near the llatite Dank, over the nflice of j 1). Pearl A Co. augio Sm. j TENNESSEE BAPTIST FEMALE INSTITUTE. Mur.FiiEE?noito,' TKXV. , rpiIE next form of the Tennessee Uopti-t lVnule liisiitute I will commence on Motiday.-Setit. .12 . IsVj. Tlie t.-achens recently of the Nashville Iwnale Insti tote, will make everv effort to wire lo those entrusted to their charge, a thorough and judicious education a.U.xvm.ld b. plcaSl to receive the patronage of their fonner rr.ends. Information may be obtained of , ,. Rev JOS. 1LKATON.D. 1), Pres't Bmrd Trnst s, JAS. F. FLirrCUER, F-..U Secretary. julrtfi-mend or of the Teachers. S.TOTICE The Stockholders of the Nashville and N Northwestern Railroad Conqany are requested to meet tt Nashville on the 1st Monday in Sept, ISM. for the pur- taring been obtained to Knfa H0MA 11ART)IXa, iuly20 Cliairtnan. ... 1 - Vrtr O S. WlI.l'lAJIS Agent lor jonn niu"--, -! . Orleans will make liberal cah advances on Prod"09 udjoini.ig 111c lanos 01 lto ndSand.J. Carter, leued on as the property 01 jaimsai Vauirhn to satifv said indgnicnt in favor of Timothy llol soii, Admistrator, Ac. L W FUSSEL, SheritL amVes-tivtd ltv .TKSE W. PAGE. D. Sheriff. B"""'M" kU " INSURANCE. THE If KITED FirxlIEirS INSURANCE COMPANY 01 NASHVILLE. CAPITAL 100,000 D OLLABSU Chnrtcred by the Stnte. mrtlS Comnsnr havin? fully organized, is ' L now ready to take risks on all descrip-H u I" ' 1 "r .vj- v. "J lire, also acainst penis of the sea orinland nav igation. Propositions for insurance wiU be received at the office ol tho Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St A. W. JOHNSON, President J. S. Dxainzix, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct 6, 1852. C0HCIL INSTOANCYC0PNY. ' .' . cnAuusToy, south cinouNJ Capital S25O.O0O: All Paid In. IILVYE been appointed Agent of the above Company at Nashville, and am fullr prepared to take Marine, Fire, River Risks, on the most favorable terms. A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be seen attheoaice of the Nashville'lnsurance and Trust Com panv, on College street . 1 sejlS J0HNS. DASinELL,JAgent THE KUTUAL PROTECTION niSURANCE C0-PANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and opposite the Verandah, will insure ou thn mutual prin ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by Fire; Steamboats on any of the W estem waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. AIs. the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year, for 1. term of years, or during life. Also, Rank Notes trans mitted per mail. All persons having their lives or property insured in tins Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of 1're iniums which they may pay. M. S. PILCUER, President, J. R. JOHNSON, Vice President C. J. F. Whahtov, Secretary. janl TENNESSEE MARINE AND FERE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL $150,000. OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Rank. y will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de scription against tire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire and tho risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and 011 sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President JosErn Vault, Secretary. Directors. Alex. Allison, John M.II1II, F. B. Fogg. G. Xf . V,.rrr .I.iniM Cnrrer. Jno. 31. Bass. Joseph Woods, Sam- ;. uel Peay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock. LIFE INSURANE. New York Life Insurance Company, Kb. 106 Eroadicay, New York. ON THE MUTUAL PL. AN, AccmuulHtcd Capital (500,010.00. r: rntKUAK, actuary m. fraiiklix, hii'i. TTTTntnlmiiiitier of Policies Issued by this Company up to July lat, 1S52 elgnt thousand l Hundred ana cigciyone. TrTlliv!ileiiil matin annually on all Life Po- llclealu aliapo of stock, bearing intereat attha rate of C per cent. . ITJ The JlvMends heretofore have always averaged from 4(1 lo SO per cent. . . JD Persons takln.tr out Policies for the whole term of lib tan give their nou at 12 months for 40per cent or tho premium, and j,ayri0iercent1ticash. Appliclcatloni for rliks, prospectus of the company, or In formation relating to ttio subject or Life Iniurauce may be inadeatUieoBIceorthe undersigned General Agent Tor the State nf Tennessee. JOSEPH NASH. Office X. W.eorner.'Pabllc Square, oj.poite Planters' Uanfe. KashvIUe, Aug. 10, 1852. " inisiruANCK. .1: til si Insurance t:o. of Hartford. IiIF3 DEPARTMENT. Anunltv Fund 150,000. "OX'CI.tlSlVKLYheld DlodzBd.and aDIiroprlated, J.ii with it rp.Arcnd APumul&.iioni. bv the charter and regulations oUhe Company, to the payment or Annu ites aud losses upon losuranceon Ufa, and tn no ovcntlla- liioliirouieroebu, contracts, iiaoiuiiea, or euss ho company. uFficnus. Thos. K. BiArr. PresU, S. L. Loohh, Secretary; K A. KaticLitv, Vice J. W. Sivmodr. Act'y, Presdent. Maiuminq Directors for the Life Department. K. A. Bt'LXLCV, Johk L.BOIWILL, KOSIRT liUXLL, Kolawo Matuhr, MnuA.Tvnu, Kduiii O. Kirtrr IIMRA Q. PATV. TOsbeliig aJoInt Stock propriety company, and conduc ted on the cash s)stsm, the Managers have adopted a table oftatcsof premium as lovr as Is cousisteut with mfety and renr. io-than tlioao of tho Mutual Companies. -4nr.l!!-.itlnii for rl.kn on white nersous. received by the undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesor the Coinpa ' anv. and any information relative thereto. fTpKisks onslavesagalnst dUeasesand accidents causing death, Lnken; Polices Issued and lones adjusted at this Agency. JOK. XASH, Agent, Office X. tv. corner Public Snare, opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, aug. 10, 1832. .IlirUICill ItAillUlUCIB, .K. Wisstoh, M II. office hours,3to5,r.K. Ro DE3IR ILE COUNTRY KE3IDEKCE FOP. SALE. IWLSHtodispo-eormyl'arm 011 uni ureek,4i miles from Nashville, about 40 rods from the Mur- freebom' Turnpike, adjoining the lands ot llirdwcll Caldwell, Minerva and Franklin Colleges, containing about GO acres about 1 0 acres in wood, and the balance under cul tivation with as good orchards asthereare id the State, con sisting of peaches, apples, pears, grapes, plumbs, in a great variety; (wo neverfdiling springs, and several chalybeate springs. The improvements are very fair consisting of a f;ood fr.ma house, with porch 20 feet front; one good brick iouse, smoke house, kitchen, stables, cribs, Ac. The orch ard, by close attention, would yield from to &k)rt year lv.as the fruit is of the choicest kind. My only reason for wishing U dispose of it is my intention to change my loca tion auu busiuess. 1 w ui dispose 01 my uitH iuiujui mvuic to auv person wishing to purchase the said form. Terms accoiiiuiodatiiig. Title Indisputable. For further particu lars cuquirc 01 L. MOSKS, au 1 J College st. UNIVESSn:Yl)Y2rASHVILI MIMICAL DEPAET 33NT. rpHE Third annual Com-se of Lectures in this Department Ji will commence on Tuesday tlie tirst of November next, and continue till the first of the ensuing Marclu Paul F. I've. M. D., Principles and Practice of Surgery. John' M . Watson-, M. D., Obstetrics and the Diseases of -"Women and Children. A. U. Di-coasan. M. D., Surgical and Pathological Anat omy and Physiology. W. K. Uovvuxg, M. D. Institutes and Practice of Medicine- C. K. Wi.vstox, M. D., Material Medica and Medical Ju risprodeDce UoBKirr T. Pouter. M. D-, General and Special Anatomy. .1. llEitniKN Lindslev. JI. I).. Chemistry and Phannacy. William T. Dkigos, M. D. Demonstrator ol Anatomy. Tlie Anatomical rooms will be open for students, ou the first Moudav of October. A full 1'rtUmitxiry ct'r. of Lertures will be given by the ProIeisors, commencing also on the Crt Monday of Oc tober. The Students will have tree access to the State Hospital. Fee of each Professor $1 5. Matriculation ticket $0 ; Dis secting ticket HO. Graduation fee $25. Good board can be obtained in the city at from S2 CO to SP per week. Further information may be obtained by aa- wAlw. Dean. VfVR RATR A DESIRABLE FAltM AND RESIDENCE, situated on the Gallatin Turnpike, Z miles from Nashville, containing about 75 acres, ob which the subscriber nowre sidos. The dwelling, which his recently been erected, is of the best materials and style, and upon a convenient plan, embracing nine ioonu, aud fccveral halls, with all ne cessary out buildings. The" soil is very productive. The water Is cool and pure, Hnwing in abundance. Theorchard contains various kinds, of bearing fruit trees of excellent quality. biviltli mill society, the neighborhood is un surpassed. The tract is susceptible of being divided into three lots, each having a beauiuui uuuuing sue, won iuu ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Possession can be had at any time. A. H. FORD. For further particulars, apply to LINDSLEV & CROCKETT, ulv27 2awtf tw Agents, College street EXCHANGE HOTEL, Corner of Sixth and Mam Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. rTHEundersigncd would respectfully inform his friends JL aud 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 renting and relurnishing the same, so that it is now second to no hotel in the West. Hopim; by strict attention to business to merit a liberal share ot the public favor. J. JIOSIIER, Formerlyof the Nashville Inn. liouis'ille, July 19 tw o d3m. ""I ISA HA 31 BREAD. Graham Bread for dispep VJT tics, can be had every ouicrdayat myl R. A J. NIXON'S. TvTOTJt'E. I shall iu a few days be in receipt ot my IN Fall slock or WAT.T. PAPER. Comnrisinf nil the latest and most fashionable styles for Parlors, Hall', Chambers, Ac, together with a large variety of! tre-sciet us uidow rapor. Ac W. W. FINN,41,JIarketSt, (wpll tf between Union and the Square. l.TtHATlf! AKVI.TTNf fl ''UK r.si.lriit and d Mailt Trustees of the Hospital forthe 1. Insane iiiT-iu.Ns,aien(tmed to attend at the Asy him BuildiiMrs nrar Nashville, on the 1st day of October next, pursuant t.ithe act directing the meeting. aug-24 -Ho S. R. CORKKILL, Pres't FRP.5H V.K!ETPTS TtY NrfiHfll. & PEACOCK. kTEW I'LOriJ. 1'Xi lags St Imis Mills, expressly t..r tamilt list' 1H157 .MUIIUL.J: I'KAWtiiv. oTAltl'.W I) I.HS. 300 boxes, half and quarter boxes O Star Candles. nug7 NIC11OL A PKACOCl s CJ l!G A ICS. SO bbls St luis Crushed Sugar; 10 Powdered ug. NICIIOL A PEACOCK. JAVA AND LAGUYUA COFFEE '.'0 bags fj old (ioveniiiient .lava Collee ; 3D bags mguyra uoitee; I.VI bsgsllio Cttl'ee. NICIIOL A PEACOCK. aug. tw COUNTRY RESIDENCE FOE SALE. X JR offer nt private Sale, a tract of land coutain- tg, J ing 10b acres, so acres cictreu, wuu conveu- EJiiji it.it ivsi!fnrt out IiiiildiuorH ,tr Xr wdl watered. " ' and situated miles from Nashville, on the Brick Church Turnpike. i!0 or 2 Negroes will be sold with the place if de riT . sired. Apply to i.msi,ci ui'.uutvr.i 1. sept21 lm TOGITS&O., MEW DlttiC STOUE. " J. a. BB0W, formerly of the firm ofEwin, Brown & Co.,) J ML till luo WMjitntuvnj " - -" I . T . , . No743, College street, three doors from Union, where he will be pleased in wait upon his old friends end citizens gen erally. Particular attention is given to lTiySiciaus' Pre scriptions, which will be filled with accuracy and dispatch. SuaciCAt. Ixstiumests, comprising Pocket Cases, assort A. I'nol-tt Vial Huses: several new natterus: Specaluins, assorted; Midwife, Amputating andTrepanning Instruments, 1 in cases or separate; Tooth Forccn and Keys; Stcthescopcs; Cupping Apjratus; Stomach Pumps; Dissection Instrtf- j ments, &c Trusses in every variety a completeassortment i nr-ii1iinirii'iii!illrkentin this line may be found at : nug7 J.G.HROWN'S. IIEJIICALS. A large stock, and lrotu the best manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before brought' to this market Attention of Physicians to tins' part of my stock is respectfully solicited. oiiffT J. G. DROii . BEIUIUDA AKIIOW HOOT, fectly pure and fresh; full supply at Warranted per J. G. BROWN. augj T) ERFUMERY In every style, French, German and I American 'Jolognes, llair uus, romaaes, 40 , a.i , Tooth Powderand Paste, Piver'sAromat'C Vinegar, Glenn a Rose Bear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and white indscr Soap, Barbers' Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general as sortment of Plain mil Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Ac, Ac. Shell and Buffalo Dressing and Fine Comb', Ivory do. I ow- der Puffs and Boxes, Lilly White, Alabaster, itc. auc7 J G 1 J G BROWN. PEKIN TEA COJIPANY.-1 liave a full supply of thebestqualitiesofTcas,putupbv this Company. It is the same formerly kept by Ewin, Brown A Co., which ?ive such general satisfaction. The Ne Plus Ultra Black ea and Plantation Imperial are thought to bo superior to any in this market; also, Teas in small caddies of2 lbs each. augT J" G BR0WJ. 0ONGHESS WATEIl 1 have made arrangements to keep a constant supply of this water, which Ireeeive direct from the Sprin; - R ornss iust rpcei ved. ' " J G BROWN. aug7 STONE WAIIE Of all descriptions and best quality; aLso, Flower Pots, assorted sizes. nri,,. anfr7 J G BROUN. A3IBOO FISHING POLES lOtTiust received; also, a full assortment of Fishing TaeUe, Limenci Hooks or Snoods, pointed Poles, it aug7 J. G. BROWN. I70II THE HAIR Lyons' Katharion, Bogles Hype 1 rion Fluid, Barry and Clirchugh's Tricopherom, at 'aug7 J G BROWN. T AIICII. 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Pearl Starch also, superior article of country made Starch. aug7 J. G. BROWN. rpUKKTr SEED. A Urgo lot of Summer andWiu JL ter, aud Summer and Winter mixed. au-r7 J. G. BROWN. I 701t JELLIES. Sparkling Gelatine, Uooper aucct Russia Sheet, and Shred Isinglass; also, a fine lot of Flavoring Extracts. ai)g7 J. G. BROWN. EXINGTON aiU.STAUl),inf, . and 1 . Caiis; fresh and just ree'd. augT J. (?. BRO N. Tri'AST POWDEKSand Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin X ger, White lx-ad. Red Lead, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, 1. Ac IMd Ui). Linseed un, 1 urpentine, arnisn, m r r. liTiili'X" m ' T 1 . , augi THE HAZARD BEE COP.IPAiW9 Of Haz ardville, Connecticut A. E. DQUCLASS, SEC'r. A. G. HAZARO, PI ST. CONTINUE lo furnih Gun Powder of all their we known brands, Kentucky JHJU, Arntrican Svrtit of all their well- iny jndlm JHfle iu kegs, half and quarter kegs and cannisters of one po'undeaeh. Also, a full assortment of Powder for BLASTING AND MINING purpases. The reputalion of their Gun Powder Is too well known to require comment. All orders promptly lilled at my iVirtVr jTfxrf, North-east corner of the Square. S. H. L00MIS, Ag't forthell. P. Co., aug2 tf Nashville, Tenn. x-TfAIi PAPEUS.-Justre- YV ceived, S.OOil bolts of those beautiful French Papers, for Parlors, , lliltj X-r. Ino-pftipr n-ith a snlendidCS llilla X-j. . tniypther with a assortment ofbold and Velvet Borders, Fire hereeus, Win- dow Curtains, Ac JTQn hand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, from 10 to 2.') cts per bolt 1 KLAOE3 4 GORBEY, No. 20, College street, next door to the Hewanee House. julyU : W. W. FINN, 41, MARKET STREET, BETWEEN nSIOSASOTBE SQUARE, 2tu?ieilli, Tennessee. a OLD AND VELVET PA PER HANGINGS. A large and beautiful variety. Decorative Wall Papers, all the litest i rencli designs. Borders, Window Papers, Toaster and Cew. tre Pieces, a large assortment. Cheap Unglazed Papers 12,000 pieces in store, from 12 lo 25 cts. per Bolt All for sale, and Cheap ran Cash. j"-.v' JTJST FINISHED AND FOR SALE AT THE Clark Street Coach Factory, NO. 5, THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES, ItOCKAWAYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES. S3T Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that rfr' Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STKEbT. fH. julyl9 IRA A. STOUT. TU0I4AS HODGE. NELSON WALKEIt. HODGE & WAIiKER. Barbers, Hair-Drassers, fee, &c, Xo. 1", Cedar strett. HAVE opened their new cstablisnment,and oiler totlieir customers and the public in general inducements nev er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted un our house, we feel confident that alt who give us a call will leave well satisfied. In addition to Barbering, Hair-Dress ing, Ac., we have large, commodious ana neatly iurnisnca Ttffi'li.ltooms. These are the finest in the city, and as to convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in and see wilh what magic we "make the hair fly," and what a salutary ellect our pure water uas upon a wrancu aim coUe body. aug3 If UNTFJlSrr OF LOUISIANA. MEDICAL DEPART- THE Annual Course of Lectures iu this Depertment will commence on MONDAY", November 14, and will ttr minate in the ensuing March. Jahls Jones, M D, Professor of Practice. ' J L Ridpell, ii l), rrotessor oi ,nemisiry. Warren Srose, M D, Professcr of Surgery. A H Cexas, M D, Professor or Obstetrics. A J Wedd-Rburn, JI D. Professor of Anatomy. Gcstavas A Nott. M I), Professor of Materia Hedica. Tuojias -Hunt, M D, Professor of Physiology and Pathology. Cor-celius C. Bearp, M D, I Dc'monstrators of Samuel P. Cboppin, M D, f Anatomy. The rooms for dissect-ng will be open from tbe third ilon dav in October to the First of April. The Faculty are v isiting t'nysicians ana Mirgeons oi me Charity Hospital, and attend this institution from November to ApnL The Students accompany the Professora in their visits, and thus enjoy extraordinary practical advantages, free or expense. There are one thousand patients prescribed for daily in this Hospital. The number of patients are nearly twenty thousand, in the year. THOMAS HUNT, JI. D , au;;3 warn ean. itlaamey's Reaper Mower. T REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradley. I have seen it in operation several times, I am satisfied of its great utility. As ne season is auruucuiii, mm uuei iu x uc u., .u.w. $200. L. P. CHEATHAM. june23, 1S53. asnvuie, lenu. Nashville. June 2S, 1853. Col. L. P. Cheatham: Dear Sir: I have been using he "Reaninc and Jlowinc JIachine" Datentented by Jlanne'v ot Illinois, which you are how offering to Ibe citizens ol Ten- 1 ncssee. Itis a first rate labor sAYixa Machete. It works neatly and rapidly. The amount cut per day will depend principally upon the speed ol the team, ir the team can I ravel lour inues per uour, it win ueup iirw, uueeu aeivs n ten hours. Disentitled to the confidence of the public j Respectfully J. SHELBY. I, L.F. Bradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby, I make the following statement: We havehadfor more than j one week, one of Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping i machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blown and tan- j gled, and I now state that it mows and cutscleanerthan the j sytne biaue, ana mat it win mow per uayas uiucnasj hands, and itcan reapat least twenty-four acres per day. june2'.MAw. L. F. BRADLEY. Order of llusincss, Dec. Term, 1853. Supreme Court. 4th Circuit, 1st week iu December, 1 S"3. 13th do 2d do do; 7th do 3d do do; 6th do 4th week and 1st and 2d weekin Jan., 1S."4. Sth do 3d and 4th weeks in January, 1S.'.1. Cth do Sth and 1st week in February, 1T.4. Criminal business from ea-h Circuit, taken up and dis nosed o at the same time assigned for the civil. By orderofthe Court J.P.CLARK, sept6 tf Cjerk. I70R S.VIjE. A Farm of 120 acres of Land, C and a half miles from Nashville, on the Lebanon Pike. The principal portion of the Farm lies in Stone's River bottom, one-half cleared balance heavily timbered; improvements are very good. In fact, there are two sets of improvements on the place, with all necessary out houses, with AYood and Blacksmith Shop first rate water, and it convenient For particulars apply to IL A. BALLOWE. Gen. Ag't No 17, Deadenck St., Or, GEO. 1). HAJILET, peptlt On the premises. MAKE YOUR OWN PRESERVES. Just re ceived a small lot of fine Sugar, suitable for Preserv ing purposes. june30 R. A J, NLSON. - NASIIvILLE, TENN: FR1DA SEPTEMBER 30, 1853. DRUGS, &0. DR.. BLEDSOE'S AXT-RATIVZ COMPOUND.. . 7Vi T!mfAnrr till fffimnlit fnr tJ.&JjLKtld of thjt Alp Dmpfmi, Eidarqtmtnt and Injbiiriivii y V.s SjiUtu . JltarQjumt, QAic llaUUnee, J'ilcf, Gofistljation, at: disease of the Boce!i, and iVci'inass as arise from'vt ' dieofitr'd state of the Stomaek, Lier r 2ioadft at 1 Scrofula and.'ior&inf anyJtinJ. For General Debility, 1 from whkh Laiiina"fre-uenily tojfer, titfri w not lU j cjuul in Vie reticle JJateri z Medica. , mllE Inrrntor of this nrenaration wss forthree rears S ) JL completely prostrated fiom Dyspciisia and Inactivity of the liver that lie was fiequeutly for weeks at a time unable to raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians nt home and in Europe, but in vain; his case waspronounccd hopeles3by thousands, and it was by accident teat ho suc ceeded in curing himself. Since ho has been practicing med icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He has been aware of the incredulity of the public and conse quently said nothing through the press of his own case, until the character of the medicino was fully established by its success, as shown iy the certificates which, have Oeen advertised. . . I subjoin the certific le of rroC 31. Garbert, or Memphis, Tenn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my Buffering. " MEHrais, Tenn., April 17,12. I hereby certify that I have baen acquainted with Dr. J N.Bledsoe and some years ago he wa3ieduced I lcI ere lowertlian I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsiaand Liver affection, and after trying theprescriptionsot many Physicians in this as well as other countries, withoutrelief. lie finally suceeded with a preparation of his otvn in being restored to good health. M.GABBEUT,. 1). Physicians are requested to try this preparation. Wo feci satiified it will sustain the character wc give Lo it in is publicion. Huntstiux, January lS.lS-W. Dr. Bledsoe: I take the liberty and fell it to Le my duty to recommend to all persons suffering from discass of the stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, g a very seperior medicine. JIyson,aged 16 years, bad been under medical treatment about live years for dyspepsia and diar rheawhen having almost despaired of his recovery, I con cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, I believe, entirely cured him. JIICAJAII CAYCE. Hcjrrsviu.E, Oct 17, 1833. . Dr-IJle&soe Some time has elapsed since I gave a ce tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saving to the public thatiny wife had for three or four years been subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought to be the best physicians in the place and a great many differen medicines, with momentary relief. Being porsuaded to try your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to say that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously . recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of tho lirerand dyspepsia. S. B. ROBERTSON. ntrcrrsviLLE, Sent. 29, 1831. DBiDsor. Having seen the publication of your Alter ative Compound, 1 think it my duty te say to the public, that I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi yen by physicians, and never found any thing that would cer taiuly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which.nas relieved me iu every attack in less than an hour. WM. B. LLOYD. Giles Cocxtt, Tenn., Dec. 23, 1S51. Da. Bledsoe: I feel that I should fall short of my duty toyouand tothose who are allficted, were I not to further recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re lieved me, so that I have not had cause to take anything in two months. 1 can cat anything I want with impunity, and believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age Should 1 erersufferfrom dyspepsia again I shall be sure to call on you. I am very resijectfully your friend. i ELIZABETH J., 1IARW00D. Hcxtsville, Ala., August 24, 1S51. This is to certify, Unit I liad sulfered for many years with Dyspepsia and Disoases of the Liver. Physician idler Phy sician liad prescribed for me without my receiving any ben efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative Compound, which cured mo soundly, and I recommend it because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint nice. JOSEPH CAROTUEliS. HcxrsyiiXE, Ala., JIarch3, lS Dr. BLnDsoc Sir : Judging from the certificates you have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me to add further evidence iu regard to the heulii. virtues of your Compound; but I mnst say, that for j ears I suffered a great dealfrom Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen, and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak ing yourcompound about nine weeks since, aud have gained 25 or 3o pounds, and fuel about as well as I ever did. HENRY J. G0FF. J5JThe above medicine is forsale in every Driw Store in the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN DERSllOTT, General Agent, for wholesaleing the med icine. J5jJ"Prica $1 per pint Bottle. novlB Ivd tr DE. TRASH'S MAGNETIC 0IN1NT. AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his liair and had been bald for many years; by tlie use of three bot tles of Vie Migi.rtic Oh.tiiui't, 'ad "li 'n hair entirely re stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair a3 any man could wish. His age is about 50 years. A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had been alllicted with the Asthma from his cradle- lie 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; I.e was emaciated al most to a skeleton. By the ue of a few bottles of the Oint menthe wastLorougldy curd, and for seven months past hat enjoyed robust health. This was an extreme case of inflammation, of the tjiUen, of long standing; has a variety of treatment from no less than ei'iM dillerent physicians, without receiving beneht was ctired bv tho use of only four bottlos of the Jlagnetic Oint- 1 meut. This was four months aao and the lady (a Jlrs. Dan ham.) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual I household duties. I have treated two cases of Chroiie J&re Kyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly llind, as to need an attendant to lead them fiom place to place. One of them had been afflicted IS vears, tlie other about 9years. They had tried the best pliysicians in the State, without benefit; aud oneof them had been undcrthe treatment of the celebrated Dr. Jtuzzy, of Cincinnati, for eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in vain euons 10 caeci a cure, itiey are now uv useoi inc Jlagnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; anil are able to read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in no case 1ms it failed of ijivinj immIiite relief and generally a permanent cure. I have also used it benelicially in severe cases oIEry sipelas. And last but not least I have within the last year cured four cases of CANCER by tho use of the Magnetic Ointment alone! From a thorough (rial of the Omtment in nearly every disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re commend it to be oue of the most useful remedies ever of fered to the public Respectfully Yours. BURTON HUBBELL, JI. D. Dated Jan 27, 1S50, Amelia, Ohio. Thecharacterof this Ointmsnt, 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 II. G. SC0YEL. BERRY A DEJIOVILLE, CARTWRIGIIT A ARJtSTRONG. mavC " IRA A. STOUT, COACH MANUFACTURER, No. 5 Clark Street, Nashville, Tesx., Xextdoor to jr. S. FrtatKi Grocery Warehouse, and op- ALto' LL kinds ofcarriages for sale, with harness iaouic ..' i rati. iruMv suit All work sold by me is made at the Clark Street Jlanufactory, and warranted, and will be sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work made Aortli or Jst. Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all persons leaving work to repair may rely on gettiiig it when promised. All orders promptly attended to. rnarl.r. a'caedT I HAVE this day associated w:th me in the Saddling Bu siness my son, A. C. JIARCH. The business, in future will be conducted in the name of J. D. JIarch A Son. All persons indebted to me, by note or account will pleaecome up and make payment " J. D. JIARCH. J3f" Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited. jau2 J. D. MAltCH A SON. LAND WARRANTS. We are buying and paying the very highest prices for LAND WARRANTS. Per sons at a distance having ttarrants lo sell by sending 10 ns by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the highest prices at which they are sellingatthetiniein Nashvilie. aud the cash remitted or paid to order. jnly21 DYER PEARL A CO. REN. SI. NOEL& CO. GROCERS, AND C0MIS3I0N, RECEIVING AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, And Dealers ia Foreign and Domestic Liquors, COLL F G F S TJi FF T. . F. BELL. Wholesale and Eetail Grocer, Daaler in Foreign and Domestic Liquors, Eeceiving. Forwarding and Coarair.sion Merchant, Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23. teb2 IH-'RIMIAX S. SARONI. Professor of Vocal Kic. Iitrumsntal Music and rt-n-i-ition. Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention, feb 2 ly. IT. r finrrrtr Vll. TEnRY. 1. C.VZW CARUTir, TERRV& DEVT. DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY; 1-1 i "... w 7 v-. iforelianl St.. J'hiladdnhia ""-"" aprife-ly lli If i iS MISCELLANEOUS, ESTABLISHED FOP. TEN YEARS. OUR Goods are selected and purchased bv ourselves, with great care in the best markets, whii-b enables us lo sell low lor CASH. Onr Candies are WARRANTED to keep dry; and we sell as cheap as any house in the coun try. Toys. Pocket Cutlery, 1'istols, Rqvolvers aud Sell cocking; Spanish CigJirs, A:c.,iVc. july it', tf. SINGER'S PATENT WTTAWHTNEliLE PEP-EN-DICTJLAR ACTION SEWING MACHINE! S1 -cured bv two Distinct Patents rpHESE extraordinary Maclunes havehad nninerous di- t JL ldomas and medals awarded to them, as the best Sew. ingjtachir.es ever devised. They now form one of the most a'tractive features of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in New York. The proprietors having perfected their great manufactory iu New York, are now able to produce tlie Machines ata cheaper rate, and have determined to five the benefit to the public, by reducing the price $2.. Hereafter these unri valled JIachiues will be sold at cither of our regular offices for 100 Cash; without "Deduction or Discount. .Of the admirable qualities of these Machines for all the work of the Clothier. Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler, Carnage Trimmer, Cap JIaker, and Corset JIaker, it is un neccssaryto speak. Trie character of the machines for thee branches of business is established, and they are known and admitted to be the most perfect instruments for the pur pose ever devised. The clear profit ou each machine is from $.'00 to 1000 a year, deiending on the fineness and difficulty cfthe work done. We desire to call the particu lar attention of Shirt and Collar JIanufacturers to our ma chine for stitching fine linen and coiton goods. We can satisfy any person interested that no other machine has ever doiieo'rcan dothiskindof stitchingpcrfecllv. Thepriccof the machine includes the necessary articfes for usii . When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate use, and full printed instructi jns for using are furnished. Either of the Express Companies, or Jlerchants visiting the places where our offices aie located, afford a convenient medium for purchasing machine. Principal Office, No. 320 Bioadway, N. Y. f No. 251 Wasliincton St.. Boston. Branch Offices. No. 57 Soutb-Ith St, Philadelphia. No. 15'. Baltimore StUaItimore. No. 1!)7 Elm St, Cincinnati. I. M. SINGliR A CO. julySO 3m J. II. Harrows l'ateitt 1'lantation COllN Hilt,!,. THIS Mill differs from all others in the construe tlon of the uppr or Running Stone, which It composed of French Ilarr Blocks, enclosed In a cast Iron Case, which fnrnu the back and hoop of the Stone with a Castlron Eye,or Busli.thanUofereater external dlametar at thebottom that at the top, -w hlch Is secu red to the back by four bots, so that every block is In the form of a dove tall, which srives greater strength to a Stone than any other method which Is required Intmall mills, where the stone is run with great rpeeil, and beroiuesdanirerotis if not strongly made. It also gives any weight to a stone of small diameter that Is required without having it thick or high, that makes It top heavy. This mill is a square frame made of wood or cast Iron, In the form of a basx,with llrdge-tree, Spindle Balance, Utng Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grinds ui on the same principle as a larLC mill, diilortnj only in the Rnnner stone; this being of great weight enables It to grind nearer the cen ter agreater quantity of grain with less power than any other mill now In use. This mill la portable, and may be attached to steam, water, horse cr hand power. ALSO, all sizes of Erench Burr M ill Stones, manufactured on the came principle. Joseph II. Barrows, of Cincinnati, is the Inventor, for which he obtained Letters Patent in 1812. For alllnfriuge ments tho purchaser will be held responsible forthe right ofusing. These Jljlls donot require a Jlillrlght to atthomup; and alltbatia necesary to put thorn In operation. Is to attach a hand to the pulley on tlie spindle, with a drum suQIclenlly large to run a Iweutv-fonr Inch Mill 24 revolutions per minute, attached to Gin, Steam, or Water Power. By the steady application of two hnrse power the Mill will grind s.x to 8 bunhels ierhourof good meal: and will grind wheat as wellss corn, Ibe thirty Inch mill, If put to its fullest speed, will grindfrom ten to flfteenbushels per hour. These mills aro warranted to be In every respect as recom mended. Directions vor Usixo. Place yonr mill about 20 feet from the Driving Pulley in a level position; jnako the bell of Uather six or eight inches wld. Give the StnncStu revolu tions a minute wiUi the sun. Keep the neck and step of the spindle well oiled. Place the star en tho back of the Banning .stone. In tho same way as tho Cross on the Driver, that Is, tho way they are trimmed to run. Kefor toThos.Pstterson,Esq.,ofIllghland county, Ohio, Jesso Beal,E.q.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury, Esq , of Cincinnati, and a number of others. All oriiersdlrectcdto JOBS E. BO0.MAN. X; 5-J Broadway, Sashvllle, Agent for Middleand East Tcnnessce.or J. H. BUKHOWS, janSij l. tr-w. & w. ly. West Front st- Cin. O, T -'HE (;K.1;FKN'BK1: C03I1 A3 Y Takes this early onnortunitv of acknow ledums the 'rent cwih'i- 7 , . il - If JTT . 1... mem. paiu 10 ineirjieuicuies u inc TRNNKSSEC STATE JIEIKCAL SOCIETY in their resolution of Jlay 5th. "That they shall nige upon I the Legislature tlie passaje of a Law, reriuiring the reetj. , for nil these medicines to bo filed." by which the members I of thesaid societymaybe enabled tobaveall the tiscaiid benefit oftheni gratuitously. The (. Co. take the liberty of suggesting to the Bakers of Nashville, to petition tlie Legislature, not to permit any families in the city to make their onu bread, without ma king known the modus oirnmli. as such secret proceedings are injurious to the well-doingof Bakers, and ought not to be permitted. The grounds are precisely the same. If Doctors were always infallible, ihcre might be some iiLStice in lejislative acts to compel the public lo apply to ' . 1 1- . r. i..r.. .... T. I tueni uiiirciu.iiy, dui unmriuniiv wcuaic uciuie m. i Crescent City paper of the Cd of September, from which wc Icarn thatl lit) OUT OF EVERY ICO CASES OF YELLOW FIXER treated scieatilically by the faculty have died, and Us ewe.? oj every 1UO treated hj old trow;, the non-medical incinbersof the How ard Association, and by more excessive humbugs the llo mccpathic Doctors, have been cured. Such statements as the above are injurious to the profes sion, for people are easily Jed etniy, aud maybe induced to attach less value to Latin prescriptions and expensive lliroglyphics, and occasionally trust to the dogmas r.f com mon sense, laid down in plain English, to the linefenberg Jledicines, which are warranted to do no harm, anil for which 110 money is exacted if they do not prove beneficial. It is n ell known that the Dysentery Syrup ami the Children' ratiucea of the Gralenberg Company, have, in two years past saved 00 ooo lit ,w fmm FltiT imd Ilv.spntprv whnn nil other rem- cdics had failed. But it seems that the objection to these remedies is that "it isan attemut to send forth medicines without the pres ence of the Doctor" who is thus deprived of the properde creeof aid and comfort that he should receive for furnish- " . 1 . : 11 7 7" . : 7 -7 . " Tl, mg uie pruscripuuu, ii.w.iwium'i.Mr. iuo and the medicine should go together, the Medical Society have so willed it, let 110 quack put Ihera asunder. sept20 TO TRAVELLERS GOINO NORTH. ITnitccB States Mail Iie Tlirongli in 48 to 50 Hours. NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON SEMT- WEEKLY STEAM SHIP LINE. LEAVES Adrrer's itarves every Saturday and Wednesday, after the arrival of the cars yt-v?iyT irom tne csiuin nnu iv esi. un oaturaay, tne new anil spienuiu sieauier ji.-. ym ;er, l,5tH) tons, J, Dickinson, Commander 3Iurion, 1,200 tons, W. Foster, Commander. On Wednesday the "Union. 1.500 tons, Richard Adams, uommanacr soiitiiernur, j,uwiui, iuo. ci, w.. mander. These steamers are unrivalled on the coast for safety. speed and comfort Experienced and courteous Comman . . i, i . 1 1. . . ...mi ; uers, anu taoies suppneu mui eerj- mirjr, n. iu-'...c Travel'ers by this line every possible comfort and accom modation. For freight or passage, having elegant State Room Accom modations, apply at the office of the Agent, septlO HENRY J1ISSR00N, ComerEast Bay and Adger'sSou. Wharves. Cabin passago J2.". Sleerage j&i. ARSIIAL'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of Vendici ni Exponas to me di rected from the Circuit Court or the United States for the Middle District of Tennessee, which is founded on a Judgment rendeied in said Court on the iistb day of JIarch', 18o3, wherein Joseph II. Shepherd was Plaintiff i if . t ? .. .1 i.' . i : t- . - . uqu iieuv uamcr uuu renx iv. vainer were oeienuRius I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the Conrt house door in tho city of Nashville, on JIoc lay the 7th day of November next, all the right, title, claim and interest of , the defendants in and to a certain house and lot lying and lieing in the citv of Nashville, oa College street, it being tlie same house and lot now occupied by Fall A Cunningham as a Hardware Store, which has been levied upon and will Le sold as the property of the' defendants to satudy said writ J. V. CIJIENTS, Scpt20-tW tds ,' 'JIarshal Mid. Dist.Teun. H 1 1M ; MISCELLANEOUS.- i'iANiN0W"THTSI . , ,f , . ,s .-s&wfjjtf ie a Copy. AND HAND BOOK for tbo AITIOTEL-cnt,fning outline ol the origin, progress, treatment and cureof ev an every form of disease, contracted by proiniscuous texuat-inter-course, by self abuse or by eexual excess, with advice lor tlieirorciention. written in a" familiar stvlc. avbidfui? all mcdicdtccluilcalitKaudcvcrythiugtlcitnould offend tlie I carordeccucy,.lroin tlie result of some twenty years success- fulpractnc, exclusively dcVotod lo the cure ot diseases of a 1 delicate or private nature. - y "--u reccipis lorinc cure W Uie above Uis- , UAU The author oflln wiwk ii..1.-,.il, '-.it" works whoadt crliMi to cure Uie diseases of winch it treu s. is a graduate or one or the best Colleges in the United btales. ItaUordsiue pleasure, to reconunecd him to Uie i unfortunate, or to the victim of malpractice, as a succctul ( and experienced pructitioncr, in wtiose honor and integrity I they may place: the great est confidence. JOriEPil LONGSHORE. JL D. ' FkOh A. AYocnwABo, JI. DokF; UxivEKsrrr, Phil I AbLfuiA. It gives uie pleasme to add my testimony lo I the professional ability or tne Author of the "Jlcdical Jtan- ual." Numerous cases of Diseases of the Ucnital Organs, some of them oC long standing, have come under tuv no tice, in which his skill bus been manliest tn restoring to per fect htalth, in some instances where the patient has been considered beyond medical aid. In thetreataientof Semi nal Weakness, or disarrangement of the lunctious,produc.d by self abuse or excrfs ot venery. I do not know his supe nor in the profession. I have bten acquainted with tee Author some thirty years, and deem it no more than justice f to him, us well as u kindness to the unfortunate victim of early indiscretion, to lecommeud him as one, in whose pro fessional still and integrity, they may safely confide them selves. ' ALF. WOODW ARD, JL D. "This is, without exception, the most comprehensive and intelligible work published on the class of diseases which itlreais. Avoidingnll technical terms, it addresses itself to the rca-on,of its readers. It is free from all objeotioua hie matter, and no parent, however fastidious, can object to plaeingit iutbe handsof his sons. The author has de voted mauy years to the treatment of the various cumplaiuls treated of, aud tv.th too little breath to putf,' and 'too lit tle" presumption to impose," he hasoflered to the world at the merely nominal price of cents, the fruits of some tw enty 3 ears must successful practice "llrraUI. "No tcaclierorpjreut shoula be wnfiout the knowledge imparted in tins invaluable trorfc. It would save jears u pain, iiior:ilicuti.ii and sonow to the youth under theirf charge." Wt' Admen:?. A t'resbjteriaii clergyuu in Ohio, in writing of "Hun ter's Jledicul Jlamulisays: "Thotisaius upon iliousands of ouryouth, by ei h example and intiuer.ee Oi'the passions, have been led into the habit if telfpullut.on w.ltiout realis ing Uie sin and fearful c moiueuces upcu themselves and Lsisleritr. The coiKtituti,ns i f iliciisauilsnlr,) are raising tomilies liarobn enf.volrd, ii mt brukeii dotvu, and tliej do not know the csuseor the cure. Anything that can be doue so to enlighten and influence the puu'lC mind as to check, and ultimately to remove this wide spread source i f human wretchedness, would confer tlie gieatest bles-wg next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present and coming generation. Intemperance (or the use of ii.toxi caliugdnnks, though it has sl.in thousands upon thous ands, is not a greater scourge to the human race. Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, your co-worker 111 tlie good wcrk you are so actively engaged in." One copy, ifecurely enveloped,) will be forwarded, free of postage, to any part of the Lnited States for 2 j cents, or (i copies for $1. Address (post paid,') COSDENACO., Publishers, Rox 19tf, Philkli. Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents snpplieil on the uiost liberal terms. septsr ly VALUABLE IRON PROPERTY AUD FARJI FOR SALE. THE subscriber would call the attention of those who wish to embark in the Iron business, also those who ttisiito own a handsome and fertile farm, to the folkming ptvpeity which he offers forsale. 1st Jackson Furnareand lands, say about 2-hH acre. This furnace is on Beaver Dam Creek, Dickson county, Tennessee, and the stack is the largest in the State, being 47 feet high. The furnace, except the stack, is now being rebuilt, and will be ready to put in blast bv the 1st of No vember. The routeof the North "Western Railroad. as sur veyed, passes immediately by the Furnace, The ore is un surpassed, and the timber and ground admirably adapted, for coaling. Also, Beilcview Furnace and about 3600 acres of land, including the Dicksou ore bank. ThisFurnaceis on Jones' Creek, auout three miles South of Charlotte. There is a good water power, and also good fanning lauds attached to this property. Also, tho'Valley Forge on Jones Creek, and about 87, 00 acres of land. " The fall is 23 feet, and the head ot water immense. There are some very fine farming lands in this tract and it is altogether a most desirable location. Also, the Mill Creek property and Duck River ore bank in Ilickman county, Tennessee. The till Creek sites, of which, there are tiro or sir, present uie test water powers forthe sizeof the stream that can be found in any country. The Duck River ore bank is the heaviest depusite of ore in the State, and the ore can be nrocuied with less labor than at anv bank in the country. It is within half u mile of Duck River, and the lands around are covered with the best coaling timber. Also, the Lower Tunnel, at tho Narrows of Ilarpeth, in Davidson county, Tennessee, with ten acres of land for buil sings and machinery. It isnnnecestary to speak of Uie water lower at the Narrows of Hiirpcth. It is known to every .one, and twenty-five years or experience enables llm subscribertospcak with certainty of its great benefits and usefulness. It is, indeed, only to be seen to be appreciated. I-aslly, my Williamson Farm, on which 1 now reside, and which tor beauty and fertility is second to none Tlie house is large and airy, and the out-buildings of the best descri tion. It is intersected by the Southern Railroad, and also by the Nashville and Franklin Turnpike. It is 11 miles from Nashville and 7 from Franklin. It is a "meadow farm," watered by Little Harpeth, and the best evidence of its qiLtlily is the hay produced 0,1 't ,u's year, which all who have seen it, pronounce it the best they have ever seen. Itisaltogethcrnneofthomost desirable tarnu for beauty and profit that is in the South-west It contains about 500 acres. The above property is offered f r sale, not for the purpose ofproht or speculation, but simply from the fact that the subscriber's health, makes it necessary to relieve himself of the care, necessarily incident to so much real property la dled at different points, and Tenders him unable to give it that personal attention s hich it requires. I ncescc. uiigSl 1m it. Dr. Cincinnati Lnquirer will publish Ibe above until the 1st of January, 1R.4, and send bill to this office. TT;"J- FOR SAJ..K. The subscriber has scv cial families of Negroes that lie will sell at private sale to persons residents in this State, and who intend to keep them therein. Residence on the Nashville and Frank lin Turnpike, II miles from Nashville. JL BELL. augSl 1m. 5!) RKWARI). 1") ANA WAY from the sulwcriber on the night of ffy X the 3rd inst, his negro boy AMOi. He isaboutj, 2") years or age, ." feet 'J or 10 inches high aud weighs S aboil' 15o pounds. He is a bright mulatto, hat straight hair and bine ejes. and will no doubt attempt to pass bun seir as a white man. lie was raised by a Jlr. Dickey, of Siartanburg District, and was purcliased by Capt James Bonds of Spartanburg C. H. He is probably lurking in the vicinity of that town, or may attempt his escape to a free State. He rode off a sorreriiorse ten or twe've yeirs old, which has a scar 011 both shoidders caused by warts, and is shod behind, is ipiick in gaits and steps short, holds a line head, is sunk, very much nbove the eyes and inclines to be spiteful. The above reward o! FIFTY DOLLARS will be given forthe apprehension of the boynnd horse; the boy to be lodged in any jail in the State. AH expenses for keeping the horse will also be mid. Ken berrv, S. C. Jul v, W. C. XEKL. septl if . I I VALUABLE FARM FOE SALE. WISH to sell the Farm on which I re.su e. 5f miles frcm Nasbv.lle. on the main Louisville and JjZL Gallatin Turnpike, containing about 2" acres of food Land, one half of which is cletred and in a high stale of cultiva tion, and tho other half of wood land, good water as there is m tne coitDiy, ana t lentv oi n. inc iiiiprovnuieuinwii- of 12 acres, with every variety of fruit trees. I will sell the whole, or ir desired. I will sell 12 to IS.", acres, 'mcli'din? all the improvements, springs, Ac The Louisville Ra'.l road runs through the Tract. It is seldom to desii able i ,denccnK sale, and as l am determined to sell, tin se wishing to pur cliase will do well to make early application. Possession on be given atany time by the pnrehaser buying my grow ing crop. I will if desired fell utl my stock or any part lo the purchaser, also most of my hwLse-hold furniture if de sired, septl lm A. W. JOHNSON. EEB'S PATENT STRAW CUTTER AND INDEPEN DENT CORN CHOPPER. THIS very important invention has been in ive about three years. The inventor has made improvements which have rendered it perfect as a STRAW AND CORN CUTTING JIACHINE. It has given entire satisfaction to every one who has used it, and is the most superior machine in ii fnr th mimnin f.ir whir.fi itta ilAairmed. It IS Sinl- t,Ia in nil it nrtrta ftiimW unit Milir tf-nt in order. It IS three inches in length. JIany certificates imgin oe nnr duced from Farmers who have used them, to prove tlieir superiority over any other straw and corn cimer M'th usi. Persons needing such an article mv res t that in it they will tind a valuable acquisition to their farm 0Vhlbe!di.sr-riher has creatly extended his means forman nfJctoricthe" be now solicits for them thl attention of the public, and the farmers and planters parUcukriyr .3 Southlnd West. He will hereafter be able to till all orders rapidly, and ensures all machines to . .i i- Cr.Mrli they are deslrmed. no loe v- . . , -.1 Being the inventor and patentee, and solo proprietor, ho will dispose of rights for counties or States on reasonable terms, to any Jlcchanlcwhomay wish to manufacture them, and will furnish one set of casting for patterns. seP7 m JOHN 11 ERB. WANTED. By ayonnc lady, who has had consid erable experience as a Music Teacher, a situation in seme School of character. She can refer to those for whom she has taught, and is a member " of the Presbyterian Church. Address A. N. S., Castalua fcpnngs, sunnier couuty, Tennessee. sept mi- i tlian 5 nionth,s.-5 A new cjjjf .1 fjjsJfZSfjr aud lmimived, just issced. rttt iif DK IIU.NIER'S .MEDICAL MANlT.i.WAh,,rijr -uu "rus;onuiecaes,syniptt)nandcureortbe .'t-jAi-iys. Lernoone smTertn? V' - 1 v.wugu, l ain m uie moo. redl'esa nights. " " year, or tiuTETRics i.v E.fTn ana tne wnoto train ot e'i;ectic LI KiK llllUlDLLPniA. !HS. llttVTHIJM , U IH,. ., ,. . . : hrlh NO.103. MEDICAL. DOCTOR ?r. W15''-1 POCZET SSCULAPiTji OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. -rII FurtfetH' Edition, with One i Uiuidrcd BosrraTings showirg Diseases and Malformauons or the Humau System in every shape and form. To which is added a Treatise ; oa the Diseases of Females, being of i iuc nigiioi importance to roamed : lwpie, or inose contcmplatius' mar nap. ByWILLLVSIYt)l?N6,M.D. MDt 'Oipy qf the.JKCULAplcS to his oltifd. It may save him from early-grave. Ijt no vnlinr- -rT - .wrr m vQimn; to pre- ' woiBan eater into the secret obli- S " " u,e mUKit readine: the POCITET from a hackninl nerrons feelinn pfivsician. be anotner moment trithoni onnu.ltTn theESOULM'IUSL llawthe mamed, or those about to be married, any impediment, read this trnhruseml boofc as it has been the means of saving- thousands of unfortunate creatures from tho very jaws of death. r-. Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en closed ma letter, will receive onecopyof tltiswxjrkby mL or tive copies will be sent for 0h Dollar. Address, (post-paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG. marcnl6-ly A.152 Sprite SU PUkdeifhia. R. R. It. NO PAIN KILLER. TO KILL PAIN wemustparalyselh3nerves.orinoer words produce a uiyof the port to which the pain tUlfr is applied. l'ain is an onnatura sensation, arisiBg from an injory ordiseu-e which, I eiug transmitted atorog the nerves to the brain, gives an miea.y pereeMiim to tho mind. Remedies recuninendeil to IvIll Palv, cr P.nx Kiucss are either producers ot Paralysis, or thevare not what ihey are recommended for. If tlie sutferer ot' pain is to undergo a suspension of vitality, or if the unfortunate arm or leg, or if Ibe part or the body . suffering the tortures of win, w to suffer an attack of paralysis, we think the the remedy must be worse than the disease. And, if l'ain is to be Filled, then the nerves that transmitted this sensation, and the senses that perceive its unpleasantness, roust be kilted also. ir, on the other hand, it is uot n inter," it is a mis nomer, and not wlut its advertisement claiuei ont Rudwny'a Ready- Iteliet' does sot Kill pain, bet it subdues iu paruxytsmsaiki relieves the Sitferer from all painful and uneasy rensatioos. Radway's iteody Relief quick tn its actkm it instantl)- rrtkvw, and immediately after sets about removiu the eaie of Ibe pain, it toolkit and ir, it relieves aud removes the tioubhng cause, and hence the joy it infuse. It. R. It. -Its Two Actions.- The primary action of Rod way's Ready Relief is, to allay iheehVcV of anv pain ful causes that the hiunan svstetu mav be vwled wit Its secondary action is. to remove the cause itself this it will immediate! v accomplish, for it is so powerful in action so quick and effectual, that the moment it is applied or taken the oinful paioxytsms are relieved, and the unsunnd parts made wliole, strong, bmlthy and vip.ivuf. External Iatu KheuiiintLsin. Radwar's Ready Relief applied externally to the parts wbere the pn is felt , will insuutly allay the parox.v isais, scatter tlie cause. or (.. cwijetrd daeit,tthiektatitslte .,aml.iu afewmo msntsthe sutferer will be quite easy. Ullie attack is re cent a Tew applicatxifls will cure it. If Chronic, laulivsy'.s Renovating Resoirent, used in connection u ith the Ready Rdief, is certai a to cure Rheu matism in its most agjrravated forms, whether SrpMKtic Sciatic nervous, muscular or ha tnrv iSw wonderful cases of Rtiesimatisui, OHred by R. It ft. lieuiedies, see lUdtvay's Cimily Friend for the month of Marco, 18kS n copy will be sent to all who a ish k. tree of charge by ail dressing Radway A Co., Ntw ork City.; Painsaround the Iaver, KiJney ami IKrt are reBeveJ. and the unnatural irritations iifcrtii Htry suMiwd by a simpl application or It R. Relief Sick Head Ache. R. R. X. will nt all casea cure this distressing complaint. Its ant aoxt prefM.-ties wtierc taken into the stomach, will neutralise the acid, aud make the stomach clean, and the breath sweet Its counter-urritautelHeacy, will produce a reaction when applied to the head, and invigorate aud enliven, aid refjresii the senses. Internal Vains. Diarrhea, Dysenterr, Cholera or Cholera Jlorbus. The unnatural and violent irritations that affiict the system while it is under the influence of thee maladies, will, in A moment, yield to the soothing and pain-relietiag etbeacy ( t the It lt'Reliet". It allays irriwtioo, ii arres's spasaiodic action, it neutralizes the poisonous miasma that causes these painful and weakening discharges; it enlivens and invigor ates with warmth and strength the cold, cramped, and shrivelled limbs and joints, ami restores each member and organ of the body to a healthful and vigorous conditinn. Had way's iteady Relief, and each of 'be R- It R. Reme dies are made trom tlie active properties of medicines. Nothing; inert or inactive enters eir composition, so that tho system is not clogged with worthless arid inert matter. In'conclusion we would remind the reader that Sadway'a Ready Itolief, relieves the su Sever froai pain (not killsj and cure- or removea ail unnatural causes of Khetuna'ie, N curat gic and Nervous.or painful character. Eadwav's Regulators, prepared from the active principle alone of Medicinal Herbs, IUoAa, Piaois and Gums, will reg ulate and keep ia a healthy condition, ibe bowels, liver, heart, kidneys, akin, aad all other organ of I he besfy. They wiU cuiccostivnes,iiidigestivne, indigestion, dyspepsia, and all billions complaints aud fevers. The ladies will hnd Radway's Regulators the very best reg ulator of the system, in assisting tardy nature in the dis cliarge or her monthly duties. So griping pains or sickness at stomach follows their operation, but they insure to allwhn take tbeiu a pleasant and easy discharge of the otitis. of the system. Radway's RenovatingReselvcnt, is a powerful resolverof all diseased deposits taut nave been lying in tne system lor years. A purityerof the blood and a renovator of the whole body. lorfurtherinformation of the wonderful pain-releaving and curative powers of the R. 11. Remedies, the public are referred to ourmontbly publications, or Guide to health, - Sies of which can be had gratis bv addressing us at our It . It office, lt! Fulton street. New York. RADWAY A CO.,l2 Fulton st N.Y. . It R. It, for sale by Druggists generally. . . J. JI. ZllSJIERJLVN, Wholesale Ageut for Tennnessee. JIANDFIELDS A CO. JiempbLs. HUDGLV, WELLS A JOHNSON, juryfr-lSru ChatUoooga. And Druggist and Jlerohants everywhere. JEW DAVID'S HBSW PLASTER, THE great Remedy far Rbcuaits,Gout pain In the Sid Hip, Back, Limbs and joints, ScruAiIa, King's Evil White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and allSxedV pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot exist These Plasters possess the advantage of beiogput tipia air-tight boxes; hence they retain their fiul virtues mall cl. mates. This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively used by Physicians and the people in general, both in thus country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say anv thing about it Yet there may be some, who stand in need orits healing powers who have not vet tried it Pfer their takes we will simply state what it has done in thousand ot cases, and what it will do for them when tried. A VOICE FROM GEORGIA. Read the following testimony from a Physician. Gcitiuks. Your Hebrew I "raster has cured me ofpnias of which I have suffered fur twelve vears past. During th. s neriod I labored under an utHietion of ray loins and side, and tried many remedies that my own medical experience sug gested, but without obtaining relief At length I used jour Plaster, and am now by it good effects entirely cured, will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew l'laattr to all who are suffiriBjrfri'Hi contraction of the muscles, or perma nent pains iu the side or back. The iple ot (Jjswghave but to become acquainted with, Is virtues when Ihey will resort to its use. Yours, truly, JL W. WALKER, JL D., Kiwsythe, Jlenrue eetnity, tta. To JIessrs.Seovil A Mead, New Orleans, !. JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER. IN N0P.TH CAROLINA. JIessrs. Scovil A Mwu: I have been troubled wftfa the dinMiie rbetiHwttsm Kir the last twelve yestrs. Ou the 1st ot ruly 1st''. I was, i ltl that I could not tarn myself In bed. 1 t . . ' .i-.fi-i. :..!-- .t. .1.. . . anu IIK? pHO tn .were int 1 ii.t iivmrjHa.iiivi " ' - at tt.ilf.mrntMiiirlbvstQianm-Mcnbed tne Plaster," ami 'it actl life a'ehorm; tbe paiu left me audi ! TjLZAF I csMMder tw "Heirew Plaster! remedy for all sot of pains now in u r itjijr HemlersonvHIe, N. tt, Aujr-1. 8iw- xsr z&- zsr sr sr ar Bewareof ttits iHtioBS ? -rTtie cenuiae wtll w ftfe have tlie signature Ta'ylor mi the steel plate raved label on Ibe lepofea.h 'Fui chasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of thn ar iclesfen'nex eoce. .-.. The genuine h soM only by ns, and oar agents appointed hrotig&o'it Uie South and bo pedlar is allowed to fell it Dealer and purchasers genevall are eaulkmed agaiiist buy iiigof but our regular agents, otherwise they wuftie impoa ed Dimu with a worthless articfci. , Foraleby SCOVIL A J1EAD. Ill Chart re street. New 0K s. General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States,' to whom all orders mast be addressed. Sold by KWIN, BROWN A Co. Nhvill. Tenn. W. W. A J. It BERRY, do; J. JL ZWERMAN A Co.. dai CAP.TWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG. do; THOJIAS WKI-i", do ; II. (i. SCOVKL. do. julyl-dtww TOTTED STATES HOTEL. AUGUSTA. G A. TnEabove HOTEL is nowopen for the reception of tak PER11ANBNT AND TPSIENT BOARDERS. Tlvs long establislied and well-known House has nnder mM tLoronch alteration threughont, and furnished with fe".d fashioneble FDRMTUR. The T.VI1LK will always be supplied with the BEST the. market affords: and the ' Proprietor trusts, by a systematic course, both with servants and the regulations oft he bouss generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to those that may favor him with their patronage, i fan2si ljtny JNO. W. SPEAR. a Fs tor shipment I'Hllll'. l-ll I tml i 1.