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'TOOjV, NELSON A:' JGof,1. Ml'
HATE JC3T EECtrrtB'
GRAPE GROWER'S GUIDE; - ,
Intended especially for the Amerisan Climate.- -Being.
a Practical Treatise on the Cultivation ct tno -vrape
Vine, "in each department ot the Hot House. Cold:
Grapery, 4c, Ac. With plana for the construction of
the requisite buildings, gc iy tvnnam uucrion.
AMERICAN FRUITGROWERS GUIDE,
In Orchard and Garden., Being a comp-nd cf the his.
tnrv. modes of propagation. culturivAc;jirlVuit!rrec31ind
Shrubs, with, descriptions of nearly' .nil the Varieties of
. IrUllS CulUTjUW 1U tula tiijuuiijr. iiwa-ui r.iiituuya 10
localities and golltad'also a.complete list cf fiui s a-orthy
CI CUlUTailoa. 1J r . u. c.uiuu ricurgtjiy. -
The Practical Land liraiier.
In wnich the most approved systems of Drainage and the"
scientific principles on -which they dep8nd,,are.explained;.
and their compiraurejaen oitcusseo, wiio-ioll aircc
tions for cutting and mating drains, and rtsaarks open the
various materials of which they may bo constructed By
is. Mann, rncs ioc . .
'The Stable Book.
Bfiincr a treatise on'fhd maoaremeut of Horses, in rela-
tioa to stabling, grooming, feeding, watering and frorking
mnttrnrlion fcf fil&bltfl..- Ttlti!tinn tnhl nrntnA&wX.
rainsgement or Ihe feet lir Jno. StearL"wiih notes and
nuuitwuclBw'"'r, w M.u4,4ivuA wu ttuu wiuii
A.B. Allen. l 00. -.
For sale at Publishers'' trade prices, by
ap5 TOON, NELSON 4 CO.
THE XATEST NEWS I
.SPRING
Sale of Edgefield Lots
OK TUESDAY, April Sthinst. at II o'clodr, A-IL,
we will offer at public sale from 25 to SO Budding
lots, on the'premlses, In Houston's. Brrxjkways, Bloods
and Zoilicofleris Additions to Edgefield. The Lois front
CO feet each on the Gallatin Pike, Woodland, RusseU and
Fatherland streets, and run back 170 feet to convenient
alleys. These Lots are onlv a few minutes walk from the
Public Square, and are most desirable" residence sites for
persons doing business in the city. For Investment of
capital no property 'pays-handsomer profits than Edgefield
Lota. Terms 1, 2, and 8 years credit for notes bearing
interest, Ac f
On Tuesday, the 16th inst, ne will sell 49 beautiful
Lots in Putnam's magnificent Addition, including the
handsome Frame Cottage on the White'sCreek Pike, and
the neat Brick Cottage on Spring street. The Lota on the
corner of Spring Street and "White' Crek" Pike, and
Oldbam and the Tike, would snake excellent stands for
business.
F9T Omnibusses as usual freo of charge.
f J.L.SR. W. BROWN,
Cherry street
D. Tbigo, Auctioneer. , . f apl tt
N. B. A number ofTols In Putnam's Addition, arefO
feet front by 275 teet deep.
CHANCERY SALE OF BEAUTIFUL
BUILDING LOTS AND VALUABLE LAND.
BT Tirtue of a decree of the Chancery Court, at If ash
vil'e.ot its May term, 1855, in the case orChis. M.
Hays, administrator a complainant, vs, Rachel D Smiley,
and others defendants, we.will in the favor of the Clerk
and Master, sell at public auction at the Court House in
Nashville, on SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH, inst, at twelve
o'clock, Three Beautiful Lots in Dr. Boyd McNairy's plan
of lots, about one mile West of the city, containing up
wards of 4 acres each, and fronting on tast Avenue, and
running parallel with the Clifton lioad.
These Lots command a beautiful view of the Capitol
tad a greater portion of the city. We will take pleasure
in showing the Lots to' all who wish to examine them be
fore the sale.
At the sime time and place we will sell one hundred
acres of valuable land on the Nashville and Chattanooga
Kailroad.near Antioch Depot, about 9 miles frcm the city.
Half of the land is No. 1 Mill Creek bot om land.
Terms made known on the day of "sale.
apll-tf J. 1. & 11. "W. BROWS.
D. Teiqo. Auctioneer.
ADVERTISEMENT JSXTHAOKDINAKY.
TUE heirs of the late Rev. Br. Philip Lindsley
will, on THURSDAY, the 15th May next, on the
premise, expose at Public Sale, that portion of the Lindr
ley Property in South Nashville, situated between Asylum
Street and the Lebanon. Turnpike, Lindsley Avenue and
Carroll Street, In connection with aslip on the Lebanon
Turnpike owned by M G. F. Claiborne, Ecq. This ground
will be laid off in to Lots of the usual size and plats of the
ground ready for distribution in a few days.
The family are overbnrdtntd with unproductive proper
ty and are compelled to port with a portion ot their inheri
tance. We make this remark lest it might be supposed
that we would not sell unless we shouldobtainfxirarajwj!
prices. Buy era will please not cuiTer themselves to be fctpt
away from the sale by any such consid;ration. This prop
ertv must be sold.
We also offer the Ronlh Field Property at private sale. .
This is situated on Vine,McGavock and Demumbrane tts.
adjoining the McAlister Propertv; This is most admira
bly adapted for family residences, and will be divided to
suit purchansers. It is free soil.
Terms announced with plan of grounds.
For the heirs
ADRIAN VAN SINDEREN LINDSLEY,
NATHANIEL LAWRENCE LINDSLEY,
JOUN BERIEN LINDSLEY.
uiar2? td crto ptd
NASHVILLE AND CI1ATTANUUUA JCAIL
ItOAD. TICKETS to the following places may be had at the
Depot at the following rates, vii :
To Savannah, Ga. UO 00
To Charleston, S. C SO 00
To Montgomery Ala. 17 00
To Auzusta. Ga 15 50
To Mcon, Ga. 14 00
To Atlanta, Ga 10 CO
To Wilmington, N. C 21 50
IL I. ANDERSON,
apll t C Sup'tN.A C.R.B.
PITTSJJUKG COAL AND COKE.
COLEMAN A CO., dealers in Pittsburg Coal and Coke
and White Pine Lumber, comer of Broad and Front
Streets, on the Levee, Nashville, Tennessee, where they
intend keeping a constant supply of the above articles at
reasonsbie prices. Families ana large consun ers of Coat
sud Coke supplied by coLtrsct on fair terms. ianSl. Em
ONE THOUSAND GOLD AND SILVEH
WATCHES TO HE SOLD AT AUCTION.
JUST received on consignment, to be sold at Auction,
without reserve, over one' thousand Gold and Silver
Watches. Amorg this large assortment will be found
Watches from the best makers in Liverpool, viz: Joseph
Johnson, 25 Church street, Liverpool; Cocpsr, London;
M. J. Tobias, Brindle, Stevens, Dimier, of London, Duplex,
Indep;nden tfcecond.Ac.
AidO-J15,000 worth cr fine Gold Jewelry, amongst
wh.ch will be found some of the richest sets of Gold Stone,
Camens, Mosiac, Ac, ever got up.
ALSO On consignment, to be sold at Auction, a largo
assortment of Books, Stationery, Clocks, Fancy Goods,
Notions, Ac. Sale to commence every night at 7 o'clock.
M. C.BRUCE, Auctioneer,
mar26-dtf 17 Cedar street, near the Post Office.
". A. B02KE, B.B. WILLUHS, JlfO. A. KSUaS.
JOHNSON, JIOltNE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Csmmissicnand Forwarding .Merchants, and Storert of
Cotton and Tobacco. . .
rmr ofMarUt and road Sti.,AtuhteUe.2in.
jnly 8, 185C
R, O'KANE,
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
South-East cornerof Church and College Streets.
Nashville, Tennessee.
Gash
for all kinds of
Produce.
WHEAT, RVE, BACON, FEATHERS, BEESWAX,
WOOL, Ac?, Ac., by R. O'KANE,
jan3'&C S. E. Corner College and Church sts.
-NE HUNDRED TONS PITTSBURG IKON, well
V J assorted, now in store and tor sale low for cash by
jan8'58 B- O'KANE
NEW ALE.
ff BBLS received and for sale low by
OU Jam It. O'KANE.
G' 1DER V1NEUAK expressly lor family use. For sale
by. anS'66 It. O'KANE.
100,000
Pounds We 81 Dried
BACOM
V ANTED FOR CASH, lJuilEDlAiarhy
marl9 tr . R. 0 KAN h.
- IJIPOKTANT ITEM.
WE have a Wagon running through the pnucipal
streets of the city delivering food sold at our houte,
AUorders handed tothe driver wilUive prompt age,.
I"RISU POl'ATOKS 50 bags late Red Potutoej, just
received and for saUby. yRNE A NOLEN.
F- 1FTY bags Meshanock and Loudon Lady Potatoes
Just received and for sale low by , ....
marU JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLLS.
HE hundred bags Flour, just received Irom Port
Royal and Mason's V.
mam 1 L2.'inadla21
VALUAllLE fllll.LS I'OR SALK. .
WEarenowoflering for Fal valuable bawand Urist
Mills, with 8-0 acres or line timbered Laud, situ
ated on Caney Fork, below Sligo. Those wanting a bar
Itin would do welito callon u in "J nil jaict tun.
gun would ao w jjjjjjjLEY A CKOtjKEIT,
mar9-lm SS, ColUgest.
TXDMTIOJN AL.
? DDED te their'already large stock orstaple and ban
A ct Drt GoodM the undersigned are now receiyirg
addiUons making it not only Hie LARGEST
tat i& MOST PERFEOI AND EXTENSIVELY AS
SORTED STOCK they have ever before had in their pow
er.&cttr tothe retail merchant. &
m&r29-dtf 4J l'ublic Square.
A SMALL DARK BROWN MARE the iwo
ihind feet white.about 8 or 9 years old. The
finder wil be paid lor nis irouuie u
atS X G NO EL'S Stable, Colieae Street, toTow Chuich.
Xtondon Lady Potatoes.
. f BUSHELS rtcetvea ana wr s
R, O'KANE.
1 1 III mar23
-: . ...r t iKtl I'JIUI.in
AN find at No 67 College street, a splend id assortment
NA'S'HVJLLEs
t
tfuarirAMES A. BOSTICK,.Jr;,tiB eMiaa
I thorlzed irarcllinr Acst.ror nmrHritisr'Sab
kn-
1 J ' ,. . " - f . . . . r-vl .
yv-iiiui3 ami tuiiLxiiug meaey uneiBis uiucc
OCT, VVekh, & DorjQLASa, corner of Deaderick
street, iave jtisf received a fresh supply pf apples
and cider.. " -. 4
.'BF We noticed one ice wagon going the rounds
yesterday, which wdnld seem Xo Inditate watrxt,
weatner.Kather cool asyet, for this commodity
butXrom present indications it will be needed toon.
' BT" Pakhow's Haemonists gave.their firet con
cert at the -theatre last night, and were greeted.
. J
with'a good house. The programme was a goea
oneand everything went on to tne sausracuoa oi
the audience. Itnasuecna long lima since we
have seen Bill Parrojv in piihllo, but thefreputa
tfon he gsined " in days.of yore" as- a .delineator
"of tegro character, remains in tne memory of all
-who usad to luten to htm. it u enouga to say
that he is as full ot fun as ever and will perform
again to-night.
.Look to Your Interest. Remember that J
L. & R. VT, 33rowu will this day at 11 o'clock, on
tha premises, sell those beautiful building. Tots, in
Hoqston'?, 'Brockway'8f Blood's and Zollicoffefs
additions to Edgefield. " These lots are only a few
minute3,-walk from the public square, and are most,
desirable sites for privateeaidencea.
JSIaeried Oa the -ilh inst., by the Rev. J Hun'
lington, Mr. F. AuarjsTas Wenderot& and ,1iES.
CnniiTrsE A. L. NAnx.allof thU city.
On the 3d instant, in Rutherford county,
at the residence of Moses R. Buchanan, Sq., ML
Row. R. Caldwell .and Miss LomsABncHANAN.
A PccnAciocs Parsom. Hev. Jame3 L. Cbap
man a political narson. has'cublbbed a challenge,
directed, to James "M. Davidson, Esqit of Middle
Tennessee, to discuss the Lantern question with
inm. if Jlr. D. declines talcing up the gauntlet.
then he holds himself in readiness to meet any
man m the State, or out of the State, on an hour s
notice. We did suppose that since tne Lanternites
had taken out the anti-Catholic plank of the plat-
lorm and taken catholics to their cmorace, tnac our
political parsons would have all the wind taken
ot out their sails. "V tor a forty parson power to
chant tliv praise, hypocrisy!' Ventral 'Jackson)
jJtmocrat.
CONDITION OF TUE TENNESSEE MARINE AND
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY ON THE 1ST APRIL,
is:u.
Notes, Accounts, Ac, estimated
good at Parent Office. $93.C71 13
Cash on band this dar, 9,132 90 (107,801 03
uueirom agencies, uood Denis
ana uasn, is
f 0 Shares Stock of Ibis Co.. -600 00
20 da"- TelecraDh Stock. 500 0O-4.10O 00
Tennessee and Alabama Rail
road (pays C per ct. inttrest,) 1,800 00
1153,265 19
UAEILITIIS.
Unpaid losses at Parent Office and
agencies,
Due sundry individuals,
IU.S27 CO
743 0315,670 63
U2,G9t 5S
About $70,000 of the above assets'cocsiBt of 'Notes pay
able in Bank and held at Parent Office, chitfly for money-
leaned ot short dale. The accounts are believed to be
good and collections from them daily made
runixnea Dy oraer oi tne csara.
JOSEPH YAULX, President.
A W. Bcntn. Secretary.
Naahville Arrill. 1S50 apr8-3t
t&DE&PHI THEATRES.
PARROW'S
Tnn maty i crTr nVTtr
COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 7TH, UNDER THE
MANAGEMENT OF BILL PAKKOW.
WHO WILL GET TBI
SPLENDID SILVER FIRE TRUMPET
SOW AT CIUIOC.N'S JCWILBT STORE t
CS" Tickets 50 cents. Children and Servants Half
Price. apr8 tf
Sewanee House9
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor,
(Late or irais srsixos.)
THE subscriber has recently taken this well
known estabhshment is refitting and tlior- lm
onchlv renovatinir it and hones soon to have it in HI
suh condition as not to be inferior to anv house in
city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertions andthxeof
. . 1 1 r n r i i. i r. t
U13 ivseisuiui, loir. urauuucfe, nuu luruiciij picsiucu a..
the City Hotel to be able to make his house worthy of be
inir natronized bv the public and promises that no pains
shall be spared on bis part, to merit the approbation of
mose wnomay iavornim wim ineir poirujac. ud res
pectfully solicits a t-ial of his house.
leui!6 oiWiSW ii viol, nuor.it is.
Hcgroes! Negroes!
WE have tor sale some thirty fire or forty Negroes,
among them sooc very likely Girls and Boys Also
two of the likeliest families in the State, of four and five
each. Also that extra Cook is still on hand Call soon.
mar23 BOYD & LYLES.
NOTICE
TO IRON MASTERS AND FARMERS.
THE unders'gued will offer for sale to the highest bid
der.at their Mount .Etna Furnace in Hickman coun
ty, Tennessee, seven miles south of Centreville, on the
15lh of April next, the following property, to-wic Sixty
three mules, five yoke Oxen, seven Wagons and Gear, five
Carts. Coaling XJround, Ore Bank, Smith and Farming
Tools Also, about 200 bbls shelled Corn, together with
other articles, too tedious to mention.
ThltHS All sums ot ? 5 and under, cash; all sums over
$5 six months credit, the purchaser giving a note with ap
proved security, payable in bank at Columbia, Tenn.
UUUU1UU11, tCUU dC 111L.L.11AIX.
maris w4w.
VERANDAH HOTEL,
opposite Tnt post orncz,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ACTION YOUNG. ..Superintendent.
a& inesiage uuice is icepi &i uus uouse.
mar!9 lv.
S.H. BUHKHOLBISB,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 10 FRONT ST., NEW YORK.
Particular attention given to GRAIN, and all Southern
produce.
jgy Refer to B. H. LO WRY, Esq, Cashier Bank of the
Republic, N. Y marlB Cm.
SUNDRIES. 2,000 krgs ShoenbergerN'ails, allsises;
200 dczen Painted Uuckets;
2u0 boxes lb bars) I'rescou s K o 1 aoap;
'200 boxes Geotreo's Mould Tallow Candles;
50 bbls Golden byrop;
SO bbls Sugar Bouse Molasses.
In storeand forsale by W H GORDON k CO.
A URICK SHOP
OPPOSITE the Graveyard. FOR RENT, large and com
modious and in good repair.
Call at . PICKETT'S,
marl 4 Broad streei
WAINTED.
A DWELLING HOUSE, with 4 rooms, for the balance
uf the year, within a short walk of Broad street A
good tenant, liberal rent, and prompt payment will be
given. Call immediately at
mar20 tf PICKETT'S.
FRESH ARRIVALS.
w
E have jiut received and have in store the following
articles wnicn we win sen cneap lor casn
too bais JUesnanocK roiatoes;
00 pkgs Star Candles;
100 bbls Rectified Whisky;
25 do Old Bourbon do;
25 do do Ryo do;
25 do American Brandy;
f doz Rroonis;
125 boxes W ii. A E D Cheese;
23 bbii Pure Cider Vinegar;
(iibj).s .Miot;
in It liar I.ead.
J11"! HART, MACREA & CO.
r Al'l'KEKTlUKS WANTED.
r 'I L tike tw. B od bos from 12 to 14 vears old, as
L apierticetj Ii y r making trade.
'"ii W. S. WH ITEM AN.
IUU.fi tarnish h hiuiNe fur a small family that can fur.
nUh in j witii tti. u,xhl stout laboring handset lair
prite3, at the I'nper Mm.
maris
W. S. WH1TEMAN.
WOOD OIIOPPEICS WANTED.
IWILLfurnish comfortable houses to good steady wood
choppers, and givo constant employment and good
priws. nurli 2m W. S. WHITEMAN.
LETTER AND CAP PAPER.
A FEW cases of extra tupetOne Commercial, Post and
Cap Paper at very low prices to close.
mar27 BENJ. F. SHIELDS.
BA;.S. 200 btles, 250 each, 2K bushel Gunny Bags;
100 bundles, 50 each, 2 "
60 50 each, 4 "
In store and forsalebv
mar25 ' WH GORDON i CO,
WHISKY. 100 barrels Deans Aurora Whisky, in
store and for sale bv
mir25 " W H GORDON CO.
SUGAR. 86 hhds fur to choice Louisiana Sugar;
50 bbls double refined Crushed Sugtr.
In f tore and for sale by W U GORDON & CO.
P. P. PJiCK
"TTAS just received some new "style beautiful COUPEE
JJLBOCKAWAYS for one or twohdrsss, which he will
take great pleasure in showing to all who will callon him.
marSS.-"""- " ' '
J . J fa r-i OS 1XJT jTr Ti
,a..-v7,OT -TO, TOT --" - - 5' lt'
r,H ftUJl .OK--T-U. BiTC-A TI 0:11
Nrtv, Orleans, April 5. 0teQ saleatof 4000
bales. Market, unchanged. "Orleans Mlddling.9Ji
OS. irT... .OKt..T71." eift-tr In- ' n. - in Ir
a4t J""aai yj; b luur o. q;-. uora JS4633
rors-aio A2aib o: Lard a: i-Yeiehts on Uot
;ioaio juiverpooi $c.
OmotNNATLt April 77 m PIonr So.iOaStGO:
xuverrising lu iaet u inches in the channel. .
;Pflir,aDKLPHfA,-April 7. The coroners iurv re
turned ' a . verdict in thn stMmhn'it TTpot'
case, censuring in the strongest terms the Camden,
j.cnjr' uuuipaujr iui uoiug b ooai until anu unsuio
lornaEsenpers. xne ouicers oi the boat -were ex
Jionoratedt.-, -
New 1 ork. April 7. Gov. Clark pardoned Dr.
Graham, of New Orleans, who was sentenced for
killing Col Loring at llu St. Hichbla3 hotel.
Netv' Tohit, April 7. it Cotton nuiel: Fiour.
flrooptng, sonihcrn 7 'mu 7orWheat nrm, aoutn
eralJedlSL 70: mixed Corn .C2&C3J; Mess .Jorfc
BALTmORrMbril 7. A destructive Cre occurred
last night, destroying the warehouse of Jos, King,
occupied by Carey, Howe & Co., boot and shoe
dealera. Loss 00,000; and Nardec & Co. whole
sale hatters. Los3 S40.000. . The' warehouse was
entirely destroyed, but was insured. The walls
fell in, .doing; mnchdimise to adiacent stores; The
entire loss is estimated at $200,000.
'Wasrikoton. April 5. Capt. Wm, G. McClune
wno recently returned from the .hastlndies in the
"Powhattan" hai been ordered to take command
of the-Norfolk Navy Yard, vice Commodore Mc
Kevoi.deceased. :
New York. April 5. The stoamshrp Fulton sailed
. ' r IT -., .Ort " L J ffTrtn
ai noqnigr navre,witn lou passengera auu
000 in specie.
New York. April 7. The magnificent steam
ship Adriatic, for' the Collins Line was launched
uus morning. ou,uuu people were present
Boston, April 7. By an arrival from Cape De
Werdes we have dates to the 23d of January. We
learn that the inhabitants were reduced to the last
extremity for food and actual starvation had oc
curred in a number of instances. The supplies
were almost exhausted
Washington, April 7. Senate. Mr. Mason.
from the committee on Foreign Relations, reported
a resolution to the effect that ne further legislation
is necessary in order to put an end to the treaty
with Denmark, regulating Sound.Dues: which was
made tne special order for next ilonday,
Mr. Ca?s presented a memorial from the Free
State Legislature of Kansas, and moved that it be
printed.
After considerable discussion, the subject 'was
laid aside, and the Bpunty Land bill was taken up.
Huuse Mr. Mace, by unanimous consent, pre
sented the Constitution oi Kansas, with a memo
rial from the Free Stato Legislature; referred to
the committee on Territories.
Mr. Mace moved to print 10,000 copies; referred
to the committee on Printing.
Louisville, April 7. Riv.er, 7 feet 3 inches wa
tcr in the canal, and 3 feet 9 inches on the falls.
Arrived, yesterday,.the Delegate.
A. J. FBAJNGISCO,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Caps and Ladies'
PUBS,
NO. 23rPUBLIC SQUARE, Nashville.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
Head Ornament
EVER WORN BY MAN, 13 ONE OF
Francisco's "
OUPERB MOLESKIN HATS, which haTegained an en
O viable reputation through the country. Gentlemen o
taste who wish a real "GEM." will call and get one or
those elegant TILES jast introduced at the Hat Emporium
r t CD i vnicnra
Ul A. V . X UAH Jl4JW at
spi7 No. 23 Public Square.
SOFT HATS, EVERY STYLE AND COL
OR. Just received bv Express, a fresh supply of
those celebrated French Soft Hats, which are now open
for inspection at FRANCISCO'S Hat Bazaar.
PANAMA, LEGHORN AND M AURIC AIM)
I1AT9,
-A
TRAW GOODS EVERY HISCRIPTION, for
Men. Bova. and Children: now rendr fnr inRiwft.
tion. at the Hat Emporium of FRANCISCO.
apro ao 23 runnc square.
THE LADIES will find everything tasty and becom
ing for Boys, Children, Infants, and little Misses at
the Store of A J FRANCISCO.
apiS - 23 Public Square.
TO MERCHANTS
-UR WHOLESALE STOCK IS
J large and
Well Selected,
And my facilities enable me to cfler
Inducements
In everv style cf HATS to suit the
Season. A. J. FRANCISCO.
apr5 No. 28. Public Square.
Eclipse
THIS superior Jack will stand the present season at my
stable eighi miles South of Nashville, on the Nolens
ville Turnpike and will be Jet to jennets at $25 for jack,
and (20 for jennet colt&and to mares at $10 the season.
Pasturage for jennets and mares from a distance, gratis;
grain fed 75 cents per wok. All possible care taken to
prevent accidents or escapes, but no liability for either.
Description and Pedigree.
Eclipse will be four Tears old the first of Juns. is
full fifteen bands and three inches hicb. of fine
form, bone.muscle and action. He was sired by Johnson's
famous jack. Lord of the Isles, who was by imported
KnibtErrant Eclipse's dam, (May Flower Qacen, was by
Ridley's Old Wonder, out otF. R Rains' old black jennet
(Monev Moulder.) 1 invite mv friends and'all admirers
of this useful animal to call and view Eclipse and bis dam
and her other progeny. JAMES RAINS.
mara-amtriwsw,
FOR SALE.
1 TTlVn PRTCQ tni.slhs- nrflh twrr-a f Ink
compesing stones, cases, Ac , comprising everything
requisite to establish a Printing office. Apply at this
oflice. marU Ctw
LIBERTY AND SLAVERY.
jcsT rrjBLianED nr
J.B. jLIPPIIVCOTT & Co.
Philadelphia,
AN ESSAY ON
By Albert Taylor Bledsoe. L. L.D. -
Professor of Mathematics, in the Unirersity of Virginia
jvuiuoroi a xneooicy; or vindication ot tne
Divine Glory as manifested in the
Constitntionand Government
of the Moral World,"
contents:
CHAP. L
Tho Nature of Civil Liberty No good Law ever
limits or abridges the .Natural Liberty cf Mankind The
Distinction between Rights and Liberty the Relation
between theStateof Nature and Civil Society Inherent
and inalienable Rights.
CHAP. II.
The Seventeen Fallacies of the Abolitionists
augiuuiuk wo oct eu ATjiumeais against lue ngut oi a
man to hold propertv in his fellow man, and the Argu
ment from the Declaration of Independence.
CHAP. III.
The Argument from the Scriptnres.
CHAP. IV.
Tho Argument from the Public Good The man
ner in which emancipation has ruined the lintisa Colo
nies The great benefit supposed by American Aboli
tionists to result to the freed Negroes from the British
Act of Emancipation The consequences of Abolition
to the South Elevation or the Blacks by Southern Sla
very. CHAP. V.
The. Fugitive Slave Law The Attack of the Aboli
tionists on tne uonsuiuuon xne rignt ot Trial cy Jury
not impaired by the Fugitive Slave Law The duty of
the citizen in regard to the Constitution of the United
States.
rOK SALE BT
W. T. BERRY & CO.,
NASHVILLE.
ap5 Ct
JUST RECEIVED Per Dr.
Howard
Robertson and E.
700 bags fine Salt, extra;
285 " Baltimore Coffee;
78 bbls prime Molisscs;
60 )A ' " "
10 bbls S S Almonds.
And for sale by
DAVIS, PILCDER & CO.
spniD
CHARLES HEIDSICK'S CHAMPAGNE.
1 0H BASKET3. just received per stesmer R. Howari
iUU A direct importation with "Custom House lead,"
on each Basket n t. RiMPanv
at the Commission House of
BENJ. F. SHIELD.
BPa No 42PcblieSaSuaro."
NOW RECEIVING SPRING STOCK,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I AM now getting in my SPRING STOCK cf BOOTS
AND SHOES, which is large and well assarted for
Ladies and Gentlemen, MisEss, Boys and 'Children.-"
arpS 42 College st.
. 5 nt HRKVSB SIS S S 13 I
2
f w i AN ACT
To "Iutrji
tirjtrcttBteHi -.riila, friaf Crnpaif-
, .Sec. 1. Be It enaeted by .the General Assembly ef tie
.Commonwealth of Kentorkj, that a company Is hereby Ineor
'poreted to be denominated the"Buena VUla Springs Com-
pBT.!
Sec. 2. The Capital stock of , said comsany-.iball coBsistof
fifteen ttieuiand dollars, to be divided into one hundred and
fifty share of one hundred dollars each.
See. 3i The Stockholders la said company, their suetesj
drsanaalgni,'are berebymadejr corporation and body
politic la' Law and in fact by the name and stylo of the "Bae
ni VliU'Spriojs Company," and by that name and stjto
shall be capable In law to contract anil be contracted with,
to nave, possess,an enjoy ana renin 10 latsieivei, ineir
uccessors aodasslims. thDressnt valuable property of Dud-
' ley "Jeffries and William A. Etmonds,' lying In the county of
Logan, ana Known &i tne uaeua visia cpnngs, wun an its
lands, buildings and improvement to sue and be sued,
plead and be Impleaded, answer and be answered, defend
.and be defended, In all courts of record, or any other place,
.andjnake and have and use a common teals, and the same to
alter or amend at pleasure; to ordain, establish, and put In
'( xecutlon such by-laws, ordinances, and regulations at shall
(rem necessary and proper for the government of said cor
Xorltlon, not being contrary to the lawtuf the United States
oroi inis oiaie.
. Soc.t. The holiness of this company shall be to pnrcbtss.
own, improve ana manage me properly namea in ins 34 ace.
tion of Uiis act, as a watering place.
Sec. S. .Certificates of stock may be Issued to such persons
as msv bt entitled to them.
"See. 6. To carry Into effect this act of corporation, J B Pey
ton', B S.Moore, UD Blakely, Thomas Morton, O Roberts, of
i.ogan county, ana c ji iiu-aner, x. sre, j tr uiay, n t
Warfleld. - K Orav. Jas B Phelps, T S Bryan. John C La
tham, of Christian counrv. are hereby annotated Commls.
sioners, any three of whom thill, on the 10th day of March
next, or as soon thereafter as practicable, open books for the
tubscrlntion of stock In said company, at the Buena Vista
Springs Hotel, or tach other place or places as any three of
mem may uccm proper, uu wrcuiam uinu uuuci lucm or
sucn agenu as mey may appoint unui one nanarea ana iwen
tv shares have been taken: and the subscribers to stock ii
said company shall enter into the following obligation In the
books ef the company, viz: We whose names are hereunto
subscribed, do hereby bindonrselvestopay the President and
Directors of the "Buena Vista Springs- Company," the tarn
or one hundred dollars lor eacn snare orsiocs in said com.
tinny set opposite ou r names, payable In .Instalments of 8-23,
when 120 shares have been tasen:S25 1st January) 1857. 25
1st July. 1857.and S23 1st January. 1818. for each share set
oncositaonr names each installment to bear an inttrest of
.six per cent irom aaieoi maturity uupaia: ana wnen 11 snail
appear tnat ine requisite DumDeru iu marts aura Daeu taaen
it shall be tbe duty of raid Commissioners to notify the stock
holders of said subscriptions, and in said notice to tlx at to tbe
lime ana place ror tne meeting 01 tne ttocanoiaers.
Sec. 7. When the stockholders shall meet In accordance
with aald notice, a majority of whom shall constitute a a no-
rum to do business they shall choose a President and two
Directors, all or whom ahall betloetholaers, who tnall held
their offices for 12 months or till their successor shall be duly
elected. The by-laws of said corporation shall nx the time
and place or an sucn said eieeuona sunsequeni to .tne Orst
andorwhlch time and place of all such taid elections tab'
sequent to tae first, and ef which time and place due and time
y notice tnau oe given to tne tiocanoiaers; out unless a ma.
Jorlty of interest shall be represented, no election thai! take
place, proviaea, newever, any tiooimoiaermay in cose 01
his absence be represented by proxy.
Sec. 8. Each stockholder shall have" guaranteed to him or
her an annual dividend of 25 per cent on hit or her amount
of stock, payable to him or her, or the bearer of hit or ber
written ordert, in ooard at current rates, at tnt iioiei or the
Company, between the 20th May and 20th September: Pro
vided, that no ttockhoert thall be entitled to the guarantee
or other dividends, who may be found la arrears to the com
pany for any lnatalmentdue and remaining unpaid at tbe
time of application.
Sec. 9. ihe ttock In tald company thaU be assignable only
on the bookt of the company, and thall to all intents and
purposes be considered as personal estate.
Sec. 10. The President and Directors thall each have the
privilege of boarding for one month In the Hotel cf the Com.
pany free of charges between th2Cth May ane SOth Septem-
oer rroriaea. ta&t no two or more 01 tsia poaracrs snail do
so resident in the Hotel of the company; free of chsrgt, at the
same time.
Sec. II. That the President and Dlrectort preient shall
have power to fill permanently or temporarily, u the case
may require, such vacancies as may occur, a txord of less
than three members being competent to do no business save
to fill vacancies in its own body; also to appoint nch agents
and officers under themselves, and to nay said Brents and
officers tuch compensation for their services and exact
irom mem tuca oouasor ooiigations lor tne laitniai per
formance of their respective duties as the interest andte
curlij of the corporation may require:' Provided, that among
ssJd agents or officers, unler tald board, there thall be In
cluded a Superintendant. who shall reside at the Hotel of the
company the entlreyear thall be stockholder thall recelie
a compensation of not lest than one thousan 1 dollars per
year, to oe increased at tbe option of the board shall give
oona ana tamcient security in tne turn or ten inoussna dol
lars, for tbe laithful performance of bis duties, and shall be
removeenie at tns pleasure er tne btara or directory; ana tne
said President and Directors thall do and perform every act
far tbe benefit of tald corporation which tbe corporation
tnemseiTes, 11 assemmea lor mat purpose, coma lawiauyao
ana poriorm. i uey snail, annuauy, or aooat taefxata Decem
ber, declare such dividends, exclusive of the guaranteed di-
Yiucnas,esmo pronts 01 tne company may autnonza. 11
shall be lawful for them to effect Insurance on any buildings
of tbe company.
They shall have power to erect sarh additions, rooms or
houses, on the premises of tbe company and pay fur same
uatoi any proms oi luecomDanv. aa mey may aoem necea-
sary for the, prosecution of its business. They shall have
power to noyau sucn property or mrniture,ana execute me
promissory notes of the comoratlon for same aa may be ne-
ctsary for the wantt and business oi the establishment, and
shall have power to tell inch property or rurnliure If neces
sary, and thall have power to rent or lease Jn whMe or In part,
anypmperty belonging to the company, itahallbethelrdnty to
contract for and perfect tbe title of the corporation to the pro
per y in rent estate, mentioned in tht 3d section of this act.
The. certain capital ttock Darned In the id tectlon being set
apart tor too purcnase 01 taia real eatate. 1 ney tnau, peiore
entering upon tne auties or ineir omce at rretiaent ana in-
rectors, take an oath for tbe faithful performance of their do.
lies before some one competent to administer such path.
j una u. tiusiuH.
Spaaker ol the Hons? of Representatives.
JAMES O.HARDY,
Pptaker of the Senate.
Approved, Feb. 'J, 13M. 4tddiltw.
II. B MORRIS. I
W B MATTHEWS
MORELS & MATTHEWS,
WIIOLESAEL GROCERS
ASD
Commission Merchants.
ASD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, BACON, LARD, FEATHERS,
Nos. 13 and IS Market Street, Nashville,
mar27 TENNESSEE.
SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS
FOR 1850.
T BROWNE, would respectfully inform his for.
f) mer customers, and the public at large, that
he has inst returned from the East with all the late
styles and patterns of goods for Spring and Summer, uuicu
he is prepared to make up in the latest fashion. Grateful
for former liberality on the part of the public, he solicits a
continuance of the same. Corner of Deaderick street and
he Square. mail 2 lm.
Epperson Springs!
THOSE valuable and.highly Medicinal Springs are lo
cated in Macon county, Tennessee, on the waters of
Trammel Creek, four miles irom the turnpike leading from
Gallatin, Summer county, Tenn.,-to Scotts ville and Glas
gow, Ky., and ef easy access from all directions. The
proprietors arc now prepared to accommodate as many
as probably may favor them with a call. For chronic
affections for tbe Stomach and Bowels, Liver and Spleen,
Kidneys and Bladder, also, of the Skin, Scrofula, Dropsey,
an many of those ailments of which females are the sil
ent butseveresunerers.no remed es have been found s
salutary, and none superior to a few weeks sojourn at, and
tne use ot tnese waters, in cases 01 stone m tne niaacer
they have, in man? instances, acted as a sovereign balm.
and in all have afforded relioh There are three varieties
cf Sulphur Water, and one strongly impregnated with
iron. A correct analysis of all of which will be made upon
the premises, as promised by Prof. Safiard, State Geolog
ist, some time during this year. Dr. D. Bow, one of the
Proprietors, will be constantly at the Spring, unless pro
essionailv awav. who will take pleasure in giving sue
advice and attention to invalids, as an experience of 2h
years may enable him to give, without any additiona
c arge in tbe day time, except for Medicine or for Surgica
operations. Their charges will be as follows, viz:
Regular boarders from the 1st of May to 1st of October,
(washing extra) - - - - 70o per day.
Regular boarders from the lstof October to 1st of May,
(washing extra) .... 50c per day.
uorses per aay, - - - - sic
Transient visitor, on horseback or buggy, from 1 25 to
$1 50.
Servants ball price; and Children of 10 years old and
under half price unless parents shall prefer to have them
seated and waited on at tbe first table.
The reason why a difference is made in the pries of
boarding as' above stated is in consequence of the Mineral
Waters beinir somewhat weakened during the wet season
of Fall and Winter Some deduction will be made in the
bills of such as remain over one month' it required.
apll Hmtw&ra. ubmjw & Ufc.tti.
NEW FAMILY GROCERY.
WHITLEY & REESE
HAVE opened a Family Grocery at Nos 9 and 10 on
the South side cf the Public Square, where they will
keep a constant supply of tbe very best articles for family
use. The sale of Liquors by the drink ceased in this house
on the 1st inst, and hereafter the very best Liquors can
only be obtained iu quantities not less than a quart.
Believirg we shall be able to please, we solicit a share of
publio patronage.
apro ima wruii.cii a KiiUi
AGENCY, FOR THE SALE OF FLOOR
OIL CLOTH AND CARPETING, OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION! I .
THE undersigned having formed a connection with one
of the largest bouses in !?ew York, engaged excluai.
voty in the juanntactunng ana importation 01 UAKrar
ING and OIL CLOTHS, is prepared to fill orders for every
article conceited witn the trade, at New York prices guar-
teeing to tie purchaser a saving of 25'per cent compared
with the Nashville prices. Esptcial orders for private
families will be selected by a disinterested person of ex
perience and good taste.
pr5-w2t Office 35 Summer street, Nasny.de.
FOR RENT:
A NEAT BRICK HOUSE with 5 Tooms, on Vauxhall
street, Southtleld, near the residence of Jas Woods,
Esq. J L ft R W BROWN,
apro H iberry street.
LL YE YOUNG GENTS run quick to--.
No CO Cherry street, opposite tbe Posi Office 4
at C J ZEUTZSCHELL'S New Stand, andgetsome' tj.
of those imported Gaiters and Shoes, as he is prepared
Jo suit the tastes of all the beaux. Also, Boots, Gaiters and
Shoes of his own manufacture always on hand and mads
o older at the shortest notice. apr& sma
FOR.' SALE.
A VARIETY "STORE in Memphis with', slock or Em
broideries. Fancy Articles, and Toys; amounting to
s nnn. ':
It is ths only one ot the kind in the cltyr has a good run
of custom, and will be sold a bargain, or traded for proper
ty or negroes. v,.t,A.nr
Address i. ai. a., tD v, jacuiui a viu.
apra 6td --
T7ROM THE SPRING TRADE SALES
J? NEW BOOKS. The subscriber isaow receiving
and will continue to receive large aaauuna w mis ue
partment of his business. x.: .. . ...
ALSO, on hind a large assortment of supsnor Nastvillo
Manufacture GoIiPeas, which willlje aotdunder regular
prices at No iffl'nbUc Square. UtiSJ.tr. huixims,
apr5
Auction Depot.
AUcrrxasffSA&E.
FRESH GROCERIES,
BV
HART, MACRAE & CO.,
NOS. 7aad9 S. MARKET STREET,
Nashville, tenn.
WEwill ofiirfor sale on THUft'DAY. the lOthof
April, for Cash, in front of our door, the fallowing.
ancies. viz;
78 hhds Sue&n
lObsta Cbsmp'neWfne
10 cases Sardints:
50 bxs ai&'d Pickier;
la bis Pie Fruit;
S) reams Wrip Paper;
.t bis Cheese;
10 txt Pepper Sauce,
10 bxs Tomato Catsup;
2 ) bis Lemon SyTup,
10 bxs Stou'on Bitters;
25,000 Melee Cigars;
50,000 Imported do:
100 gross 'Kasont Blacking;
50 casks English Soda!
50 nests Market Baskets;
R) bxs Smoked Herrings;
20 pkgs Raisins;
10 frails S 8 Almonds;
100 Demijjhns,ass'd;
100 bxs ko&in Soap;
25 bxs Scotch Scuff;
100,(00 G 11 Caps;
. 30 caks London Porter.
30 bags Rio Coffee;
25 " Lajuyra do
Hr " Java - do;
225 bbls Mo!aSFes;
75 " Crushed Sugar,
85 " Loar do;
20 Powd'd do;
60 bis Kyi V Tobacco;
220 bx sss'd Glass;
500 bags Fine-Halt;
25 bbls Mackerel; .
50 kits do;
100 doz paint'd Buckets;
25 do Tubs;
200 pkgs Star CaadJes;
iObxs Mould do;
800 kegs Nails;
100 gross Matches;
-IK Dots Whisky;
Am Brandy;
20
S
10
Holland Gin;
pure Port Wine;
Native sweet do.
10
pure Malaga do:
Besides tbe above, we will cfler Pepper. Srice. Soda.
Indigo, Madder, Ac Ac
ap4 HART, MACRAE A CO
EXTENSIVE AUCTION SALE OF
GROCSEI
1
By Davis, Pilclier & Do.
ON TUESDAY MORNING next, ARIL 5 h, lS5B,we
will offer at Auction for Cash, a large assortment cf
Groceries, to wit :
88 Lhds Sugar; 81 nests Tub;
84 bags Rii Coifes; 10 bsg.Peppsr;
93 bbls Molasses: bags Sptce.
43 bbls Csh'd & PwM Sugar S cases Cigars;
111 bbls Loaf Sugar; 150 groan Sutler's Blacking;
75 boxes Star Candles; 21 lines Imp AGP Tea;
12 boxes Soap; 241 bt-xes Cbce-:
64 boxes Tallow Candles; 10 cases iirancy Cherries;
85 keg3 Nails: Z cases t oudoo Porter;
67 gross Matches; 105 bbls Pike's Manulia
60 dczeu Seive V his. y;
18 dozen Was'a Uarls; 15 bblsaM.iannaheU Wh'ky;
81 dczen Brooms; t bbls Old llauibou do;
93 doz:n Buckets; .1 bbls Gin;
20 coils Juto Ropei fiS. bbla Cder Vinegar;
400 boxes Sardines.
With many other articles suitable for Ihe tr do.
DAVIS, PlLOHt.lt t'O
spr4 '56 73. Public Square.
FRESH ARRIVAL
OF
NEW GOODS
ALLISON. ANDERSON & SO,.
No: 41 Public Square, Nashville. Tennessee.
TTTE are now in receipt cf the remainderof our SPRING
TV uuuiw, wmcn were so mag aetayeu at 1 liuonrg
in consequence cf the ice. aud which makes our stock com
plete. Many of these Goods 1 ave been received too late
for our early Spring sales, consequently will be sold tothe
trade at redncea prices. We aok an early call from those
visiting nur market, or who may uvor us wim tneir order.
apr4 lm ALLISON. ANDERSOX A CO.
8 11. G. SCOVEL, n
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, fW
North aide ot the Public Squire, three doors m
West of the Nashville Inn.
WHOLESALE and Retail dealer in Dr.igs, Medicines,
Paints. Oils. Varnishes. Window Glass. DrturzisU
Glass Ware. Stone Ware. Paint. Scrub. 'Blacking. Floor.
Artists, Marking, unsung, shaving, Jewell a, Teeth, urain
inar. Stencil and Hearth Brushes.
Perfumery. Bears uu. Pomade, ux Marrow. Pocket
tldkts extracts, ualvanic uuratives, &c sc.
PURK WHITE LKAD-500 kegs Fahnestock's
Pure White Lead. lust received and forsale at very
low prices, oy 11. u tn-uvtu
1NSEED OIL 200 gallons Lmseed Oil, recently
a j received by
H. G. SCOVEL.
LARD OIL-:
ccived by
!00gals best Ohio Lard Oil, Just ro
Abbey's best, received by
H. G. ECOVEL.
T OG WOOD 520 pounds extract Log Wood, just
J
received and forsale by
H. GF SCOVEL.
SEEDS 2,000 bushels Clover, Timothy, Herds Grass,
Blue Grass. Orchard Grass. Backwheaf, Stock Peas.
Large Marrow Fat and Extra Early May Peas, and Millet
Heeds,
Osage Orange Seed, tor Hedges;
Garden Seeds, Landieth's fresh;
do do Riseley's do-
CANDLE WICK Forsale very lowby theananti
ty. by H. Q, SCOVEL.
pOUNTEll TWINE For sale by
tL G. 8C0VEL.
ALCOHOL 200 gals Alcohol, 76, 92 and 93 percent,
just received by H. Q. SCuVEL.
CANDLES 1,000 pounds Star and Tallow Candles
forsale by IL O.SCOVKL.
CLOVES 200 pounds fresh Cloves, just received and
for sale by 11. G. SCOVEL.
CINNAMON, Nutmegs and Ground Pepper, warrant
ed pure, just received and for sole by
a. t. duu v e.tk
JN
EW YORK PEPPER SAUCE-Just
t recjued
by
H. G.
WINDOW GLASS McCaUy's brand, of a
sizes, for sale at low prices, by
apt it. u. suuvaii
NOTICE
1
S hereby given to Michael Nyman, Jacob Nyman, John
Nymin. Elizabeth Cupp (or Buck) formerly Elizibeth
Nyman, Susannah Thomas, formerly Susannah Nyman,
Eve Snyder, formerly Eve Nyman. Ann Thomas, formerly
Ann Nyman, and the children of Gertrude Snyder, former
ly Gertrude Nyman, namely, Mrs Reese, Mrs Marshall,
Mrs Pencil, an t Mrs Strohecker, hairs and legal represen
tatives of Wyant Nyman, late of Chapman Township, in
the county of Union and State of Pennsylvania, dee'd, and
all other persons interested in the estate of said deceased,
that at an Orphan's Court held at Lewisburgiu and for
said county, on the 20th day of February. A D 1856. a rule
was awarded by sid court, requiring you to appear in
said court oy tne nrst day 01 next t erm, 10 oe neta at Lew.
isbunr aforesaid, h'inc the 19th day of May next and ac
cept or refuse to take the real estate of said deceased at the
valuation returned in pursuance to a writ of partition or
valuation issued out of said court, and in case of refusal or
neglect to take as aloresaid, then to show cause why the
same should not be sold according to law. By the Court.
spr4 wbi SAMUKiiituuaii, cierr.
NEW ARRIVAL-SPRING STOCK.
WISH lo call the attention of purchasers to my new
stock of BOOTS AND SHOES which is large and one
of the best I ever offered, consistice of every desirable
shape and quality for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses, Boys and
cnitdren styles and qualities too numerous to aesenne
in a short advertisement, which I offer by the case, dezsn
or single pair. A.B.ROBERTSON,
apri dim 45 College street .
MUTUAL
PROTECTION
INSURANCE
CO JI PANY.
ALL persons indebted to the Mutual Protection Insu
rance Company are requested to call immediately at
their oflico, No 85 PublicSquare, and settle. After tbe 1st
of May next, all notes and accounts due the Company will
be placed in the hands ot an officer for collection.
SITUATION WANTED
BY a middle aged gentleman, in a Wholesale Grocery
or Commission House, rather as Book Keeper, Sales
man, or would be willing to fill any other situation in tbe
House; has had from ten to twelve years experience in tbe
Grocery Business. Salary not so much an object as steady
employment. Good city reference given. Address Ii.,
Key Box No 85 P. O. " mar4 3f
WRAPPING s'APER. 855 bundles Wrapping
Paper a good article which will be sold at low
prices to close consignment
pr UAUAfl x dku:
U nice in the wav of BooU and Shoes, can find them at
67 College street.
apr naiutit a fiiiai.tti.ii.
STILL THEY COME.
I HAVE another fine lot of Negrees on hand, among! t
them a No 1 Blacksmith. Call soon or you will lose a
bargain. apr8 REE3 W PORTER
IRISH POTATOES.-50 bbls Pink Eye and Me
thanoch Potatoes from Cincinnati. Just receiving and
for sale by apr3 JOYNT, BYRNE & NOLEN.
ONION CLOVES. 2 bbls Onion etts forsale by
apr8 JOYNT. BYR-E & NOLEN.
Those Heel Boots.
JUST received by Express another lot of those nice
HEEL HMD BOOTS for Ladies, at 57 College SL
mar!4 oNTDEIt FKIZZELL.
NEW FIRM.
WE have this day associated with us in the Grocery
Business Mr. GEO. N. GARICO. The business
will hereafter be conducted under the style or RUSSELL
& SCOTT 4 CO. D. W. RUSSELL,
mir27 T. J. SCOTT.
"P. W. BCSSZLI, T. 3. SCOTT. O. ST. CABICO
RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO.,
7H0LESALS GROCERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. 50 Bboapwat, Nasbthh. Texk-ssec
State Bonds Wanted.
WE wish to purchase $4,000 of State Bonds.
J L A R W BROWN,
maris 2t 44& Cherry street.
THE PULASKI CITIZEN.
rpHE largest country newspaper in Tennessee, and the I
uuiy paper in uuea county, pnntea on new type ana
line white paper, circulates freely in the towns cf Pulaski,
ornersTitle.Elkton, Lynnrille. Campbellsville, Columbia
Lewlsburg, Waynesboro, Lawrenceburg, de.
57" A circulation of 1500 copies guaranteed to adver
tisers. t3T Advertisements inserted at very low rates.
Business Cards, "one year..... i.w..$3 00
Two Squares, " " 10 CO
Tore , ....'"......14 CO
Tha Citizen is published weekly at $2 a year la advance.
Address WATKINS A McCORD,
arp4 iJAttU. Pulaski, Tenn,
S PXING"XE ETLN ti O VERTTi E
Nasbvilleliace Course.
THURSDAY, May 22. SweepsraVd fur untried 8 year
olds; mile heats, $200 entrance, f 50 forfeit, to close)
1st April
FRIDAY, 23d, Proprietor's Purse f 200, Mile Heata,3
beet in five.
SATURDA Y.Stth, Proprietor's Puree $200, Twd"MiIe
UeaXt.. ' Wi J. PHILLIPS,
mtr21 dtf . ' Proprietor.'
j. n. naiows. w. L utrxren
FELLOWES & niJNTERj
GENERAL AO EN 0.7.
(So 89 Cherry Street, up Stairs.)
THE undersigned have formed a partnership in the
above business. We will undertake the collection ot
Claims in any pirt of the United States; act as Agents in
renting Houtes, Collecting Rent, Ac
' o refer-to tbe business men of'Nashville generally
J G FELLOWES, .
NaahTiHe. Feb. P, 1855. W K HUNTER
Where diil yoH get that lice Hat?
AT WATERITELD St WALKER'S, OF
COURSE.
TIiO.--r: t c n'iful Hats that shine so brightly and fit so
a lcj i , .iitf snui uio ceieuraieu ouujuuviucjF t.i ii -na-
li Id Jt Walker. Their house is the popular resort of all
nlo admire an elegant Hat. -Their new Spring Style is
very light and elastic, greatly enhance tbe appearance of
me wearer. -maris
WATERFIELD ft WALKER-
SOFT HATS FOR THE SPRING.
THE largest assortment of fine Soft Hats can be found
at Waiertield A Walker's. Tt-ey have tbem in Black,
While,- Brown, Pearl and Drab. Those who have been
waiting for tbem can now be supplied,
maris WATERFIELD ft WALKER-
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'8 HATS !
TTTATERFIELD ft WALKER have a Jarre and select
VV assortment cf fancy .Hats and Caps for Boys and'
umiaren. i he stj les are desirable ana toe prices tnsaer.
ate. maris
To Merchants
MERCHANTS who want a stock of Hats that will sell,
and have the monev to nay lor them, wilt 'And tha
best assortment at Waterfleld ft Walker's. Their styles
ate topularand prices low.
Premium. Hat Emporium,
marl 5 . 25 Public Square, next to Gowdeyt.
POWDER
THE undersigned would rcspec'fally inform the Mer
chants ot Na&h ville and L'eilers in Powder, that they
have been arpiinleJ Sole Agents at N&jhvills by the Man
ufacturer Cir
Dl'PONT'3 CELEBRATED RIFLE POWDER,
TENNESSEE BLASTING POWDE .and
TOY, BECKFORD 4 C0.3 SAFETY FUSE
And that they will kep constantly on hand large supplies
oft he same, which they will furnish to the Tradaon liber
al terms. JL 4 E. F. CHEATHAM,
Corner College ft Church sts ,
mart3 Nashville, Tenn.
NOTICE.
-plFLK POWDER, BRANDED "DDPOtTT'S
JLv POWDER," and having my name on the
krgt, being offered for sale in Nashville, and neither
Messrs Dnpont ft Co. nor myself having sent such powder
there, dealers are hereby informed that we will not be re
sponsible for the quality of such powder (even when our
brands arecnit) except such is purchased from or through
Meurs.M.ft E. F. CHEATHAM, the Agents of Messrs.
Dup-ntftCo. J. W D0NOH0E.
Cincinnati, March 17th. 1356. mar32 dtf
28,000 ACRES OF LAND FOR MALE.
THE above Land is in the counties of Morgan and Scott,
on the bead waters of Cumberland river, in tracts
from 50 to 5.000 sens A portion of the land is very tine.
Will be sold on the most liberal terms. A ftoctol goods
or real estate in Nashville will be taken in put payment,
JL&RWlitiOtVN,
mar27 2wd 41 Cherry st.
SEMOVILLE & BELL,
DRUGGISTS,
No. 25 Cherry st, 2 doors from corner -Union,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
COD LIVER OIL. Hegeman. Clark ft Ca'sCod
Liver Oil, jast received, warranted fresh and genuine.
f or sale py libnu viliUt, & bEliU.
JJOFS.-
Fresh Hops received and tor sale by
DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
POTASH. Received and for Bale bv
DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
BATH BRICKS Received and for sale by
DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
QPONGES Fine Bathing Sponge; Surgeons Sponge,
lj some extra use: rtceivea ana ior sate oy
marl9 DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
"DUKE BRANDIES AND WINES. For Medi.
1 cal purposes, received and for sale by
mar 19
DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
7ARNISHES, OILS, &c. CopaL Coach and Ja-
V pan varnisn; Lanseea ana iara uu; watte ueoui,
Ac. For sale by DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
SWEEDISII LEECHES. A large supply received
and for sale by DEMOVILLE 4 BELL.
TO DEWTISTS,
&OLD FOIL. Abbey's Gold Foil always on hand,
and for sale by
maris DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND S JS UFFS Just re
ceived full supplies. DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
Q PICES Pepper, Ginger, AlUpice, Mace, Nutmeg,
VJ tjmnamo
Forsale by
Cinnamon. Cloves. Isinglass. Gilatine, Ac Ac
'or sale by DEMOVILLE ft BELL.
marl9-
tf
No 26, Cherry St.
rpKAVELLING TRUNKS. Just received an as
I sortment of best Sole Leather Trunks, and a few of
cheaper styles. Imar291 J. H. M'GILL.
ASH LAN D V ALICES. A supply or line Ashland
Yalices and Buggy Trunks, received and for sale by
mar2J
J. H. M'GILL.
UM iiRELLAS. Received this day, an assortment
ot Umbrellas of Silk, Gingham and Plain Cotton,
rang irg from 0 cents to ten dollars.
marz'J
J. H. M'GILL,
YHTILLOW 1VU11K UASKETS AftBSATCH
VV ELS. I have a choice lot of Work Baskets, plain
and embroidered.
Also, Satchels of various sti les. For
mar2U J. U. M'GILL.
eleby
HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES.
Every variety of Brushes at various prices, received
and for sale by mar29 J H McQlLL.
PERFUMERY. A fresh lot cf Toilet articles, .of
which we mention Lnbins' Extracts, Colognes, Bay-
Rum, Lavender Water, Oriental Drops, Hair Oils, Pomade,
Uyperian Fluid, Barry's Tricopberous, Ac, received by
Iuar'-'9 J.il. JI UILO
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishintr Store, corner
of the Square and College street.
CHATTANOOGA TANNERY FOR SALE
I WILL sell, if application is made.before the 1st of May
my newly established
STEAM POWER TANNERY,
In CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee.
The numerous facilities for reaching the inexhsaStiUe
Oak forest of this district, and Hide Markets generally,
makes this the most desirable Locality iu the West for
manufacturing Leather.
This is probably tbe most exteusive.Tanncry in tbe West
and bsing constructed with a view to indefinite extension,
can be cheaply and conveniently made capable cf manu
facturing more than $100,000 worth of Leather ptr an
num.
The Tannery Machinery and Offices are entirely new
and will be disposed of upon liberal tcrmi to approved
purchasers.
For further particulars apply to E. G. Pearl, Eq, at the
City Rank, Nashville.
JOHN O.BYNUM, Proprietor,
mar28 Imi Chattanooga, Tenn.
New Goods.
I AM now reee'ving my stock of SPRING AND
SUMMER GOODS, and would be pleased to abow
them to my customers and the public generally.
' SAM PRICUETT,
feb29 dim bpo No. 54, College it.
ALSO, just received SCOTT'S Spring and Summer
Fashions.
FOR RENT.
A NEAT Residence threemiles from Nashville, on the
Chattanooga Railroad , adj ining tiloncliff, and Cesr
the Murireesboro Turnpike The House is new, contains
seven rooms, besides servants rooms.Ac-, with 20 acres
of ground attached.. The place is well. watered and' is a
desirable family residence For rent low. Apply to
LINDSLEY ft CROCKETT,
apll lm 88 College street.
PATENT CHAMPION FIRE and BURGLAR
PROOF SAFES.
THE great interest manifested by the public to procure
more perfect security from Fire for valuable papers,
such aa Bonds, Mortgages, Deeds, Notes,' and Book ol Ac
count, than the ordinaav SAFES heretofore in use bad af
forded, induced the subscribers" to devote a large portion
of time and attention during the post fourteen years in
making improvements and discoveries of this object, and
tbey now beg leave to assure their numerous friends and
the pnblic generally, that tbeir efforts have been crowned
with complete success, and noyv offer the "improved Her
ring's Patent World's Fair Premium Fire Proof 8afc" as
tbe CHAMPION SAFE OF THE WORLD,
having been awarded Medals at both the World's Fair Lon
don, 1851, and in New York, 1353, as superiortoali others.
It is now, undoubtedly, entitled to that applause, and se
cured with "Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lock," (which al
so was awarded Medals as above,) forms the most perfect
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ever before offered to the
PaTheSubacrihera also mCnufactures alf kinds of Boiler
and Chilled Iron Bank Chestsand Vaults, YanU Rwrsantl
Money JJoxes or CHeafor..BrDkerseweUer,. ed Pri
vate Families, for Plato Diamond and or vtosi)Ie8.
And are also Patentees, (by pnrchwand MamiftoOT
of JONES' PATENT-PEKJstUTA'nON.BANK
LOOK.' '8ILA3 O HE&R1NO 4 CO, Patee
Green Block. Nos 185. 187 4 138 Wuter Strest, N. Y. (
moral d2ra
3EL 1H R
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A GREAT PHYSICAL LAW,
Possessing the most Important iaiaeaeo over the health of
tha body, has been entirely overlooked and
neglected by the Medical Faculty. , .
woxiiira.rowxK or thx , a. amors ix xsarrac
Tits, sodt HSatrmr amo tm raojt rats.
EQUALIZE THE CIRCULATION REGULATE THE
SYSTEM.
CHAPTER I.
Equalizing tho elrcalstloo the true method of prryeaang'
the establishment of disease regulation the only- meaas-
or punrymt; tne oioou ana restonnz us aicK to ceaita
SUiek eXsIcj of Radwty'a Keady KetWf an4-Rdirsy's-
emulators, In enrtne the patient or coai;hs;con2ttton,
Thearaatltm pneumonia, torn throat, tndamaUona, ferer
and ague, bullous remittent and Intermittent, scarlet,
typhus, chagres, and all contagious and non-contagious
fevers.
Tha positive virtues of Radway's Renovating- Resolvent, la
restoring the Consumptive to Health, and curing
Bronchitis, Asthma, bad Headaches and Dyspepsia.
HOW DISEASED ACTIONBECOMES ESTABLISHED
AND THE BLOODIMPU.BE.
A great error has long prevailed is the minds of medical -men,
"That imparity ot the blood Is the cause or diseased
action." ThU It a serious mistake. It Is a disturbance of
the circulation, and the establishment of diseased actios,
that can sea ImnnHt? nr thA hlivut.
The K.H. R. theory h ilds the truth of the above maxims,
ror ira person be In a state of perfect health, each artery
and vein mutt carry to and from the heart tu allotted por
tion ef blood, and when any-set or vessels refuse (be"--"
eanse what It may) to tarry their proportion, the current of
blood becomes dammed up; It other woids, a eonjresUoa
takes plart,yln- pain to a greater or lass extent. Here,
then, is the begtnnlne or diseased, action, whlcn, If not re
llved, will toon ran Into Inflammation, and. tho disease,
beeinie established. Diseased action being once established,
the blood boeomea impure, nd t-.e regularity or action on
the part of the liver, tain, bowels. Ae" l. muh k.
ruptd,and the general tyttem.by tympathUlai- with tha
local complaint, oecomes Involved tn the difficulty. That
this is the true tit to or tho case-let any one call to mind his
symptoms oa catching cold. Tha local tlffieulty may t
a tore throat, which is a coniestloc of the blood, aooantlcs
soiaetlmes to an InSammallon about the throat, owing toa
previous deranged stale of the circulation; and ho will re
member that hit bowels become costive, hit llverderanged,
or his skin dry and feverish, hit bead stopped up, paiaa and.
aches In hi bones, Joints, down the back, hoad aches, dis
charge of water from the eyee and note, with many othtt
unpleasant and painful symptoms. Had ho used Radway's
Beady Keller when tbe congestion was Miring In, aa artsy
Ellcatioato the throat, and swallowed a doss ot tha fiegtr
.tors, be would have broken up the congestion, and re
stored the rezularlty on the part of the liver, sfclu. bowels.
&c, which bad been broken in upon by the effect of lbs
soretsroaU Regularity being again established, the impure
blood Is toon purided,andtho clrcalaUoa again equalized,
and the health restored.
RADWAY'S REGULATORS
Possess this great power of
B4UAUZIN G THE CIRCULATION,
And regulating all the organs of the body to a natural osd
healthy action.
Radway's Regulators possets properties that all other
Pills are deficient lo, and are the only pills In use that can
be taken for any length of time without weakening the sys
tem. They always leave the system Is a healthy condition ; the.
liver, bowels, heart, pantreas, kidneys and skin regular,
and ready to discharge their several functions without re
course to unnatural meant.
Kvery dose or Had way's Regulators that are taken wtll
Infuse new life, fresh strength, and sound health, to the
weak and feeble body.
A3 A FAMILY PHYSIC,
one or two of Radway's Regulators will answer a better
purpose than castor oil, common pills, blao pills, Let's or
Bilious pills, or any other cathartic, billons, drastic, purga
tives, saits, or teasae. The Regulators will quickly open
the bowels, forea a BXtaral pauage, and will leave the
whole syttem la a healthy slate.
PALSBY RUEUMAT1SM.
How the R. R. B Remedies raised Mrs. Sarah A. Hon gb.
Irom a crippled and helpless condition to sound health,
after the still of four of the most learned physicians Is
Hew York bad failed to relieve her, Drs. Parker, Beet,
Waxdle. and Maelelan.
BEAD HER LETTS R.
January' 3, 1856.
Messrs. Kadway & Co I tried your Beady Belief, and.
hadmyjolntsjubbed wllhlt.and I never felt pain alter the
first ten minutes I was rubbed wtth It op to the present time.
Sin, 1 do not know what ti compare it to bat a charm ; for
It Is a mystery to me. I was a cripple for two jears, and had
not the proporuse of my limbs for three years. 1 was worn
down to a skeleton. I Ihea commenced the use of your
Ready Relief, Resolvent, and Regulators. The pain left me
In ten minutes, and I began, to ra n atrength very fast, and
could walk with ease lo a few weeks. Before 1 heard cX
your remedies I was taken to Dr. Parker, Dr. Reese, Dr.
wardls, Dr. Maelelan, aad many other phstlelant n thU
city, I cannot now remember. L wat com plelely pulled to '
pieces by them. My constitution was completely broken
up with medicines that did me no good. I could not put a
foot to tbe ground nor pick up a pin. I was lifted and car
tied up and down Italra like an Infant ; and now, thank.
uoa t oy tne use oi your remeaiet, x am at strong u ever.
I had the common rhtomatUtn Inflammatory and chronic
and the palsy. You can publish this, tf vou like.
taaan a. iiuuun,
24426th St., between tho 7th and 8th avenues, N . Y.
December 22tb, 1835.
CB1PFLEO WITH L.NFIB
MITIK3. December 31 St. 1833.
FREE FROM PAIS.A3D
WALKED WITH EABB.
JEPTHA GARDINER.
A se Tare fall ; Injury of the knee pan ; Exerutlatlng paint ;
Timely arrival; Successful efficacy of Radway's Beady
Relief.
Dresden, Weakly Co., Tenn., Dc31, 123S.
I,Jeptha Gardlnitr,ot the above place, do publish, that
for many yean I have been afflicted with Rheumatism, and
on the evening ef December SOth, 1835, whlla walking la
my yard, 1 fell with great violence on the lee, bruising the
knee pen very badly. I further certify , that on tbe above
day Mr. John J.Benedict, a travelling agent of Badway Sc
Con arrived at thla place, and hearing ot my heavy fall and
the terrible complaint that afflicted me, recommended me
to apply Radway's Ready Beli.f, which I did, nd In a very
short time the pain erased, the swelling abated, and lam
now able to walk without the use or my cane, free from
pain. I have tried several other romediet, but found no.
relief. In cases of extreme pain, Radway's Beady Belief la
far preferable to all other remedies. If aay one doubts the
truth of this certificate, let them call on me at my residence,
or write to me at Dresden. Tenn., and I will give them full
Information. JEPTHA. OARDl.tLEK.
For years Mr. Gardlnier had suffered the tortarinj pains
of Rheumatism. He wat unable to walk without the aid o f
a stick. On the 29th or December he first tried the B. B.
Belief. On tbe 31st tie could walk without aid and frt4rom
pain. Let all who are crippled orbed ridden think of this.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Radway's Ready Relief and Radway's Regulators are
positive curatives for Ague and Fever. Let those afflicted
take from two to Ova of Radway's Regulators every night,
and a tea spoonful of Ready Relief In water, on rising la the
morning, and twice during tha day these will soon free the
system, from the poison ot ague.
How the R. K. E. Remedies rettort consumptives to health,
- ttopethe ravages of decay, heals ulcers tn tha lungs and
throat, cures asthma, bronchitis, chronle congta, and all
diseases and complaints of tbe tsroat, longs and chest.
Persons who have been troubled with chronle sore throats,
taberclet In the lungs, bronchitis, or glandular affections,
are Informed that the R.R. R. Remedies will cure them of
these terrible diseases on the same principle. Let the Ready
Belief be applied externally on tbe chest and aronnd tho
throat. This will effect an Important and wonderfully ben
eficial result. It will get np a powerful eounter-lmtaUng
orce, and withdraw from the glands of the throat all eon-
?ested blood that may Interfere wl h the respiratory organ.,
arises troubled with asthma, hard and difficult breathing,
(harp pains when taking a long breath, will find an immedi
ate relier after an application of Radway's Ready Rclirf. Ia
cases where the lungs are diseased,, wa giro Radway's Re
solvent. The action of this medicine resolves away the dis
eased deposit. It heals all ulcers, and removes tubercles.
We have known persons, who had no Idea of ever rising
from a sick bed, to be restored to sound health with not a
particle of consumptive material la their bodies to hasten
decay. Radway's hegulalort, tn these cases, keep tho sys
tem regular, and equalize the circulation of the blood.
THE ROYALTOUCH.
How the R. R. Resolvent cured the King's Evil, altera con
gress of crowned monarchs failed to restore the supplicant
to health.
THE FIRST SICS.
The presence of pimples, blotehes, pustules, tetters, rash,
little sores, painful llchlnn. hot flushes, die- are sure indi
cations of the presence of foreign and impure humors In the
system, ana u auowea to mingle wita tne oiooa ana remans
In the system. corrnDtlnr the blood and filling the sewtrt oC
the body with Impurities, tores and ulcers will break out
and cover tno body with their repolalve pretence.
Tho skin, under these poisonous Influences, becomes as
eruptive volcano, exhibiting to ths eye the disgusting lava
of disease In the form of salt, rl earn, cancers, ulcers, fever
tores, putrid flesh, king's evU. nd the most frightful erup
tions of the skin.
Railway's Ready Resolvtot rat eared the most terrible or
skin diseases and humors. It wilt norer fall In tha worst
cases.
LARGE HOLES IN THE NECK.
1 1 .. 1 ..nAn n. fawniwthl ilnM vhnt.J
.111 llU..k lUU Mrvu, wa w .v n "".."-" -...-., I. .1 J
been troubled with the disease called King's Evil. He had '
two tery large holes in bit neck, and his head, body aad
lrs were covered with the most disgusting ana sickening
sores. We Immediately placed him under the Influence oi
the Boiolvent. In six weeks from the time he called upon
us svery sore was healed. Not even a sore was left upon his
body to remind him of the King's Evil.
Tnls man, like thousands of other deluded persons, had
thrown himself prostrated before two Emperors, four Kings,
and one Quoen, to be touched by the fingers of Boyilty, t-
llevlng that the hands uf their "most sacred majesties
would drive away the evil.' The Renovating Roaolveat
.ltd more power In restoring this poor deluded victim ef a
cruel dlseae to a sound condition of body, than all the
kings and monarchs on the earth.
BOILS CURED BYbT R. RESOLVENT.
Lima, Indiana, Deo.12,1833.
Messrs. RadwayA Co., Chemists, X. Y. Bend ma two
dozen of K.H. Resolvent." I have been sorely afflicted with
bolls. 1 have been tormented with these disagreeable ex
crescences for more than two yean. I tried alt kinds of
meaieines witnoat enect. I commenced the Resolvent, one
bottle cured me entirely.
X have since recommended It lo
B.C. WEIGHT.
otnert. sours trniy,
RAOWAY St Co.,
1S2, Fulton street. New York.
Sold by Druggists, Merchants, and Storekeepers every
where. ing an appreciation tor valuable reading, which Is being
rapidly destroyed by the circulation of superficial and so
phistical books. To tbe reading man the literary intelli
gence alone most render it very desirable; and to all who
wish to promote an improvement jn taste, the encourage
ment of merit, and an uncompromising condemnation of
vicious style, mock sentiment,- and evil prpdplev
such an enterprise cannot at least, should not be indJ.
1C To'members of Historical, Literary, and Scientific 80.
aeUea. -Lyceums antPDebating Societies, the subjects dis
cussed in this paper will at ail time prove of peculiar In
terest, and it is the design of the oditors to ithorooghiy
canvass Irom tinw to time those important philosophical
questions which agitato all inquiriig minds, correeting
false theories, and encouraging profitaole investigation.
Tbe Criterion is publisned at 3 per annum, payable
yearly, half yearly, or quarterly in vanca. Spcamea
copies suppliedonappUcaUon to the Iblaher
jan 16 lawSw
118 Nassau street, N . Y.
Fine Farm.
ONE' of the most desirable FARMS in tbe Western
part of the State, containing between 400 and 500
acres, with a good two story dwelling and all necessary
oat-houses, a never tilling Well of the best free-sioga
water, a fine young Orchard of Apple and Feaeh Trees.,.,
about 50 acres under gxxi -fence and' in 'agod stile of
cul'.ivatioB. The above place is situated fourteen miles'
westof Dresdeu. Weakly county, two miles north of Mr.
Telia, one mile from the Northwestern Railroad, and
fear miles from tbe Mobile and Ohio Railroad, and can be
bought on thBKt reasosabla terms' by addressing GEO.
W. WILSON, who resides upon the place.
X3T The above place. ha beea settled fear years,
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