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1 . 4 k. cc. chotch. CnUJtCEL & MARLING. Proprietors; THE WEEKLY UNION" Is furnished to iiubscnbcrs at the following rates: Single copies, oneyetir in advance. $2 50; within theycar$3 00; atthe end of the year H 00. Curas-Of five and upwards ?2 00 per copy for. one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for sixmonths at the foregoing rates. The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid m advance, $0. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. frTHE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY Remittances of subscriptions maybe maue t.y mail our -r risk. No papor will be sent out of the State unless tho order is ac companied with the cash. JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER. THE great remedy for rheumatism, gout, pate, in the side hipback, limbs, andioints; scrofula, king s evil, white swelliugs, hard tumors, stiff joints, and all fixed pains what- u ever. Wherc tins plaster is anpiieu, pam uiuiuui. ciou RiA These plasters possess too advantages oi oeing pui up in Sfe-tigbt boxes: heace they retain their full virtues m all This celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively used by phvsicians and tho people in general, both in this country anil Europe, that it is almost needless to say any thin" about it Yet there may be some who stand in need of its healing powers who have not yet tried it IV their sates we Avifisimpry statewhat it lias done in thousands of coses, and what it will do for them when tried. A voice from Gkoeg Read thefollowing testimonials from a physician: . Gentlemen: Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me of pains, of which I have suffered for twelveyears past. During this period, I have labored under an affliction jn my loins and. side, and tried many remedies that my own nodical experi ence suggested, but without obtaining relitf. At length 1 used your Plaster, and am now, by its good .Tects, entirely cured. I will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew I Iaeler to all who are suffering from contraction of the muscles, or permanent pains in the side or back. The people of Georgia have butto become acquainted With its virtues when they will re)rt to U use. Yours trulv, M. W. WALKER, M. D., Forsythe, Monroe county, Ua. To Messrs. Scovil & Mead, New Orleans, La. JEW DA VWS OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH CAROLINA. Messrs. Scoeildb Mead: 1 have been troubled with tb chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On the 1 st or Julv 1S49. 1 was so bad that I could not turn myself in bed, and the pain so severe that I had not slept a wink for six days. At this time my attending physician prescribed the "Hebrew Plaster," and it acted like a charm; -the paiu lelt nic, and I sleptmore than half the night and m three davs 1 was able to ride out I consider the Hebrew Plaster the. best remedy, for all sorts of pains now in use. Hendersoiiville, N. C, Au 16, 1850. G. W. McMINN. Beware or Couvteufkits and Base Imitations! The genuine will in future have the signature of U A -LOR on the steel plate engraved label on the top of each Purchasers are advised tliat a mean counterfeit of this ar- cle is in existence. . The genuine is sold only by us, and by our agents ap. pointed throughout the South-and no ie lar is allowed to Jell it. Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned against buying of any but our regular agents; otherwise they will be iinsod upon with a worthless grt idc. 113 Chartrcs street, New Orleans, Sole General Agents for for the Southern States to whom all orders must iiivana-. blv be addressed. T , . Sold by EWIN, BROWN k Co. Nashville, Tenn. W. W. A J. BERRY, do; J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co., do; CARTWRIGHT & ARMSTRONG, do; DAVID SAFFARRANS, do; II. G. SCOVIL, do. jyl 2 dlww COTTON LANDS IN ARKANSAS AT PUBLIC WILL be sold at the court-house in Helena, the county seat of Phillip's county, on the third Monday, the 17th of January next, being county coin day, commencing at 11 o'clock, x m., the following trac' jf land, viz: la townsliipJS north, range 3 fast. The northwest fractional quarter of fractional section 5, the north half of fractional section 0, making altogether nine hundred and thirty-six acres in a body. It lies on Telhco Creek in St Francis county, a most beautiful stream of never-failing water. It is about seven miles northwest of .Madi son the countv seat, three miles south of the road from Memphis to Little Rock, four miles west of the road from Helena to St Francis, four miles from Lang Elle river, twelve miles from Judge Strong's Fern' over the St rancis river, where tho Memphis and Little Rock road crosses, hav ing several improved farms within a mile. Township 4 north, rang 3 east. West half of section 9, containing three hundred and twen- West" half of fractional section 18, and the west half of fractional section 19, making together a tract of near six hundred and seventy acres. It lies six miles from Madisou, and adjoins two improved farms. Township 1 soutii, rang t 2 east. South half of section 13, in Phillips county containing three hundred and twenty acres. South half of section '20, north half of 29 and southeast quarter of 29, forming a tract of eight hundred acres. South half of section '20 and north half of section 35, form-in"-a tract of six hundred and forty acres. 'North half of section 35, three hundred and twenty acres. Township! south, range 3 east. Section 4 entire and tho north half of 9, making attract of eight hundred and ninety acre3. . Section C entire, containing live hundred and ninety-five acres. . .. , The west half of sections, cornering on tho foregoing three hundred and twenty acres. Township 2 south, range 3 east. The south half of section 9, the south half of section 8, and section 17 entire, forming a tract of twelve hundred .and eighty acres. The south half of section 2.', section 2G entire, tne east half of section 27, the north half of section 35, and the west half ofscction 34, making a tract of nineteen hundred and twenty acres. . The lands in the foregoing townships lie from 1G to 24 miles west of Helena, a considerable town on the Mississippi river the county scat of Phillips county, in the vicinity, and partly above and partly below the road from Helena to Lit tle Rock, near Big Creek, a branch of White river, which is navigable about five months in the your freui 7 to 20 miles from the nearest landing on St Francis river, a stream al ways navigable for steamboats. There are settlements adjoining or near all these tracts, and that region of country upon the peninsula formed by the Mississippi and White rivers, and intersected by the St Francis and Big Creek, is destined to be one of the richest in America. Township 3 south, rangs 4 east. South half of section 12, containing three hundrc d "and twenty ncrc3 of first-rate Mississippi bottom land, about five miles south-west of Helena, within two miles of the river, two-thirds of which are above the highest Hoods. Except the last-named tract, all ot the foregoing arc up lands most of them well adapted to the growth f cotton, and soino of them equal to any uplands in the cotton-growing States Thev are all adapted to the growth of wheat corn, potatoes, peaches, and all other products of the United States, except oranges and sugar. Cattle arc raised in tliat region almost without labor, as they feed on the cane, which continues green during the winter. . Proximity to the New Orleans market, and.a navigation never obstructed, give to this region great advantages over the States on the Ohio annd Upier Mississippi, which are much of the time cut off from the New Orleans market by low water and ice. Nor is there any portion of the United States where slave property is more secure. These Lands wilfbc sold to the highest bidder, one half of the purchase money to be paid in hand, and the balance iu one and two years, with interest. A good title with wur ranty will be" given by the undersigned Amos Kendall) at the time of the sale, tile subsequent payments beings se curee bv mortgages. Proposals for privare purchase will be received by John S. Horner, Esq. of Helena, or Amos Kendall, of Washington city, until the day of sale AMOS KENDALL. FRANCIS P. BLAIR, JOHN C. RIVES. Washington City, Dec 10, 1852 lmtrw w UNITED STATES MAIL LINE. New York and Charleston Steam Packets. TRI-WEEKLY rr EAVES Adtrcr's Wharves every Saturday I i siid AViwlnfisdav. The new and splendid Ktivimshins TTn ion. Captain Richard Adams, 15,000 tons, Marion, Captain M. Berry, 1,200 tons, Southerner, Gap tain W. Foster, 1,000 tons, Jus. Adger, Captain J. Din cinson, 1,500 tons, as follows: Steamship Union, April 30, at fi o'clock; Steamship Southerner, March 16th and 24th, 4 o'clock; Steamship Marion, March 13th and 27th, 12 o'clock; -Steamship James Adger, now finishing, will be placed in the lino early in April. For freight or passage, apply to the office of the Agent, apS trw CornerEast Bay and Adger's Wharves. DR. DAVID W. YANDELL, offers his profes sional services to the citizens of Davidson count'. Residence on the Gallatin Turnpike, lour miles and a half from Nashville, at the placo formerly owned by the late Jo aiah Williams, Esq. fnov2-d&wtf. JUST 'RECEn''EP.-5Q0Kegs2ails; 20 casks "London Porter, quarts and pints; 10 boxes Jenkins' fine Teas, put up in metalic -pound boxes; 30 boxes M R Raisins, fresh; 20 do Champagne, superior article; ' f 15 flasks fine Otard Dupuy Brandies, vintago of 1S40; . 5 lialf-casks Port Wine, superior article; 700, barrels Cincinnali'Flour; 50 do StLouis do; - 800 do Pike's Magnolia Whisky; tiw ao weave a. iaysai s uo; , :-n With many other articles too tedious to mention, which we will sell clieapfer casn" " ' nor IS WEAKLY & RUTHERFORD. VOL. xvm. AARON STRETCH. AARON STRETCH, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, Cor.of Union & Cherry SU opposite Stait Bank NASHVILLE, TENN. TTTTAYTNO enlari-ed his Store and received most of his . " . o . . .. .. :. rnmnruM cines, i'criumery, fancy aicju brought to this market Consisting in part of the foUowmg ftrticlcs viz Lu'bin's" genuine imported extract (the most popular kinds ;) Hailly's Paris Toilet Soaps ; . Rousscll's Brown Ominibus, Poncme and Toilet Soapi; Genuine Castile Soaps (different colors ;) Shaving Creams and Soaps (different patterns ;) Lard Oil (best Cincinnati ;) Sperm and Sweet Oils; Pure and Fresh Salid Oil, for table use; Pure Cider Vinegar, Alchohol; Rermuda Arrow Root, Balsam Tolu, Ac ...... Toother with a full asfortment of other articles in his. line- all of which will be soM low at une. auoi STRETCH'S DRUG STORE, feblO Corner of Union and Cherry streets. PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c. BANDOLINE for the hair; Curling Fluid; Macassar On; Bear's Oil in large and small bottles ; Pomatum, in china, cartheni .and glass pots; Ox Morrow, " " " " " .' Compound Ox Morrow. A valuable oleaginous mixture, composed of purified Ox Marrow and Hazle Nut Oil, com bined with grateful perfumes; Beef Marrow, in small and large bottles; Rose Hair Oil, in fancy bottles; Pomatum, in sticks, (white and black;) Hair Gloss. This new and valuable preparation, entirely free from creasiness, is especially adapted to the ladies toilet; Eau Lustral. The art of Perfumers has never produced a better preparation for the Hair, whether we regard its fra CTancef or 'its power of instantaneously clensmg .the hair 5 ud moving scurf and dandruff, and imparting a soft and natural lustre; entirely devoid of grease; Liquid Hair Dve a superior article ; Tooth Paste, (charcoal) a new article; Tooth Paste Rose; Tooth Powder, in turned wood boxes; Cosmetic Cream for beautifying the complexion, and pro venting the skin from chapping; Eau divine de Venus -for improving and beautifying the complexion, eradicating all cutaneous eruptions, and ren dering the skin soft and fair ; Amandine, for chapped hands and lips; Pearl Powder, in round and square boxes; Lily White, in round and square boxes ; Mecn Fun, or Chinese Skin Powder; Powder Puffs, in single boxes; double " with cushions; Sachets, various sizes Vinegar Rouge Rouge in pots ; Pink Saucers; Cachou Aromatic; , , Paztillcs, for burning in sick rooms and imparting apleasant odor; Preston Salts, in cut glass bottles; ii screw top " For sale by A. STRETCH, Druggist, niav7 Corner Union and Cherry sts. J. M, ZLAIERMAN. J. M. ZIHEEMAN, Wholesale Druggist and Pharmaceutist, Clinvr nr rnp T.lflV AKn MOKTAn. 4 DOOKS FROM n-,1 tJmTinK MiiivET St.. Nashville. H T"AS just received, by the lato rise of water, a largo and unusually line mock 01 Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals, Coach and Artist Brushes; DrE-SfuFFS, Perfumery, tAXcr and I'LAis'ooAPa; Fine Tooth anb Hair Brushes; Letter and Cap Paper; Steel Pens, Inks, &c; Tobacco, Snuffs, and Cigars; Powuek, Shot, Leap and Safety Fuse; Pure Wines, Branmes, Spirits, Ac; IiANDreths Gar pen Seeds; Tanners' Oil, Brushes, Lampblack, Ac. Purchasers, needing any of the above articles, will do well to examine the above stock before purchasing elsewhere, as ther will find it as extensive, of prime quality, (if not lower) as fow as any other House in Tennessee. Also, Sole Wholesale Agent foe Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Williams' Pulmcsic Balsam, Mexican .Mustang Liniment, Canton Tea Company's Teas, Dr. J. S. Houghton s Pepsin. J. il. it. WOUHl atSO llliorill ma mcuua, -.i.., that he will hereafter be assisted in his business by Mr. 1I0RT1MER MAMILT0N, late of the A-. lTumilton. who has been for a number of years past extensively and favorably known in the Drug line. OUPERIOR ARTICLESTOR THE TOILET. O Jockey Club Pomade, Low's Celebrated do, TiiTa TTniml'a An Xehada do. for the nair. Balm of Columbia, Genuine Bear's Oil, Hauel's Eau Lustrale, Liquid and Solid Rouge; French and Fancy Soaps; Low's celebrated'lloney Soap; Roussel's and Hauel's Fancy Soap; Fine and Dressing Combs; ' . Plain and Fancy Hair Brushes; . . Lubin's Gcnuino Extracts; Mecn Fun; . - American and French Toilet Powders; Fancy Chalks; Assorted Dentifrices; Pomade Divines, for chapped skins; Tooth Brushes, Fancy and Plain. ,,,-. xr Just received by dec20 J. M. ZB1ERMAN. WINDOW GLASS. Window Glass of all sizes and of superior quality received and for sale low by nnvin J. M. Z1MLRMAN. novlO GOD LIVER OIL. Trask's Just received by dec20 Jlagnetic Ointmcnt J. IS.. ZIMERMAN. MINIATURE IVORIES' Artists' Canvass, Art ists' Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing er cry Shade. Just received by BRUSHES. White Wash, Dusting, Crumb, Cloth, Black, Pope's Head, Horse, Tanners', Printers , Var nish, Dine, Paint, Ac., of assortel sizes. Jf cf' ccoq J. M. AlilllVJlAJ. T IN SEED OIL AND WHITE LE AD.-lObbls I . T;.,nj nn. oAoiprrs FahiiestocksAVhite JiCad. Just for sale low for cash by dec20 ' M. ZIMERMAN. rpIOKING TOBACCO O 300 Rolls very old and rich; 100 doz. Cut, in papers; 50 do. Scafarlatti Turkish; Just received aud for sale low by apri!30 J. If. ZIMERMAN. DRS. C. K. & J. D. WINSTUH, Ii.. 05 U. WJUIPiuni ... , . vKFER their scrv FFER their services to the citizens of Hasuvillo ana Ti I ) o!nitv in nractiec of Medicine and Surjrery. Office on Cherrj' street, near the Bank of Tennessee. m Dr. J. D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied by Mr. Armstead, on Vine street, between Church and Broad. . . IRON FENCING, At the Sien of the Spread Eagle. College Street. THE undersigned is now prepared to executo an kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing. Alert nrnrv 'firin iv iif Grttns. Fancy Step. Balcony and Verandah Railing. My work will be executed as well as any of that brought from the Eastern Cities, and at prices as low as me same arucie can uu jiiucuitu '"--- . All kinds of Blacksmith Work at the shortest notice. The public arc requested to give me a call and examine my pat terns and prices. I will endeavor to give, the utmost satis faction. WILLIAM STEWART, College Street, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville. mayl tf A PROCLAMATION. tt -KfVW nil mm hv these nresent1?. that I. J. L. GRACE, IV nf ilir. ritv of Nashville, county of Davidson, and State of Tennessee, am now fully prepared to accommodate trav ellers and boarders with superior fare, atthe CUMBERLAND HOTEL, foot of Broad street, directly at the steamboat land ing, .Nashville, Tenn. The public is respectfully solicited to give this house one trial, and if experience does not prove it to bo equal to the best and the Mjwf.Hotel in the city, the subscriber will ever after hold his peace. J. L. GRACE. P. S. Baggage taken to and from steamboats free of charge. flP13 IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDSTEADS, THE undersigned would call the attention of the public to Hinklcy's Lmproved Patent Elastic Wire Bottom Bed stead, for making which we have purchased the right for Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to see it, will please callat our Ware Rooms, $g&$ggfi& f3?-Wealso keep constantly on hand every .xanetyjjof Cabinet Furniture, of the best material and manufacture,' which we will sell as cheap as any other regular manufactu rers in the city. All work sold by us as our work we will warrant good, as we keep nothing but what is made in our own shop and by tha best workmen. AlcL. & U julylO tf De BOWS SOUTHERN AND WESTERN R-V-L&w. Montkly Inaustrial and Xitcrary JoHraal, V UBUSnED IX SEW-ORLKAXS AT $5 PEtt.AHXUH. nry Sditioft Bowid, 184HW, 8 Toll., $2i. LUL Eastern purenascs, nc invites ine auenuon m i.- , tions of property, against loss or uauagos MJ "nwHirifr articles in his line to rive him a call. His stock ,:, nnnls of the sea or inland nav-Ji nnfim hia Tinker naanrtinnnxi rii uru.si r : u,nncitinnc inr Tnsiii.umt: win uc in.cuvu i SimClCAL, MlDWlFEHY AND ANATOMICAL IXSTKUUEXTS; Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes, Spices, Glasswaue, and Stoneware; Paint, Varnish, NASHVILLE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5,1853. INSURANCE. r THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPASY .01 NASHVILLE. ; . CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLAR SJjf : .Chartcrc&,fcy-tke State. .n.- r I : rpuIS Company navmg muy orgam:U, now reaay 10 iase Uv.,. office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St i A. W- JOJtiiNSUis, rresiaenu ! J. S. DAsmELL, Sec'y, Nashville, Oct. 8, 1852. I iJmrrst TWRTTRANCTE COMPANY. TI - - CHARLESTON, SOUTH CABOLIXA. fianital S250.000: AH Paid In. fT HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at j JL Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, J: ire, River Risks, on tne most iavoraoie lerujs. A full statement of tho solvcncy of the Company can be seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com pany, on College street JOHN S. DASniELL, Agent sepis THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoiningtoe Post Office, and opposite the Verandah, will insure on the mutual prin ciple, nouses, Merchandize, Ac, against Loss or Damage by Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of essels of every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. Also, the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year, for a term of years, or during life. Also, Banknotes trans mitted per mail. , . ... All persons having their lives or property insured in this Institution, aro entitled to a full participation in all me prof its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of I re- miums which they may pay. ... M. S. PILCnER, President, J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President. C. J. F. Wharton, Secretary. Jaul TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANYCAPITAL 150,000. OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank. They will make insurance on Douses and Goods of every de scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against tire and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and other river crafts, and ou sea vessels and other cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President Joseph Vaulx, Secretary. Directors.-Alex. Allisou, John M. Hill, F. B. rogg, G. M. 1W, W. R. Elliston, J110. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, isara-uel-Seay, Matttiew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock. janl JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT. JChartercil in 1 811). Capital 30,000: all paid in.Assets invtited in January last 1S9,000. S. L. LOOMIS, Sec'j. THO. Iv. BRACE, Pres. THE undersigned has been appointed Agent of this. Com pany one of the oldest and most able in the United States, having nearly or quitehalf a.niillion of Dollars safely invpsd.il nt this time for the safety of policy-holders and is Viimiiiim-inil lt-ili!i!if1isfi in frcneral. cither m the city or country, against Loss or Damage by Fire. Also, against the hazards of Inland Transportation by all thensual routes and modes of convevanc. JOSEPH NASH, Agent, Office N. W. Corner Public Square, opp. Plantors Bank. mayO INSURANCE ON NEGROES. HOUSE Servants, Farm Hands, Steamboat Firemen, Cabin Boys, &c, at customary rates of Premium. Policies issued and losses promptly adjusted at tlie Nashville. Agency. JOSEPH NASH, Agent, vEtns, Insurance Company of Hartford Office N. W. Cor ner Public Square, opposite Planters' Bank. aHE Franklin Insurance Co.. of Louisville Ky., continues to take risks on Hulls and Cargoes of Steamboats on Western waters, on Cargoes of Ships by Sea. Also insure buildings or stocks of goods or Furniture m buildings in City or Country. JAS TRABUE. President W Riddlb, Sec'y april 29 Cm. H. G. SCOYEL. H. G. S00VEL, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, iXorth Side of the Public Square, 3 doors West oj tne iMivtviue inn, Wlin1pui1o and Retail Dealer in Paints, Brushes, . ren un icrv , Powder. Oils, Dye Stufls, Fancy Articles, Shot, Vannsucs, Glass, Glassware, ead, Sunncal and Dental Instruments, Utero Abdominal bup portcra and Trusses, Wachita Oil Stones, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Wines, Brandies, and Porter, exclusively for me dicinal purposes. TT Clover, Timothy, Orchard Gras3, Herd's Grass, Hemp, Canary and Flax Seeds. 1,200 lbs refined Saltpetre; 5,400 lbs Spanish Whiting; 1,400 lbs Epsom Salts; 2,000 lbs Venetian Red; 200 lbs Gum Camphor; 5,500 lbs Coperas; ' - ' 200,000 Percussion Caps; 1,000 lbs Wachita Oil Stone; 250 bxs Window Glass, assorted; 1,200 lbs Blake's Fire and Water Proof Pwnt; -175 galls Winter strained Sperm Oil; 250 galls Refined Tanners' Oil; 450 galls Linseed Oil. 1,000 lbs Rosin; 1,100 lbs Printers' News, Book and colored Inks; 1,000 Dr. Alcock's Pivot, Plate and Gum Teeth; 300 lbs Paris Green, Chrome Green, dry aud ground in Oil; f 10 bbls Eddie's Chemically refined Lampblack; 60 bbls Hydraulic Cement, (best;) -1,500 lbs Alum; 500 lbs Indigo, (warranted;) 1,000 lbs Madder, (prime;) In stord and for sale, low for CAsn, by scpi n. G. SCOYEL. 6 DOZ. CATAWBA WINE, for Church and Medi cinal purposes. This wine is the pure juice of the gr.-pc, and. as such, commends itself to those who desire a pure ar- tide. For sale by sep4 II. Vi.iUU VlLi. ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER. Brown's received direct from the Manufacturer. For sale by scp4 OTARCH POLISH. For rendering Shirt Collars and Bosoms glossy and smooth Je or sale by H. G. SCOVEL. scpl BREAST PIPES, Nipple Shells, Gum Elastic Breast Pipes, Gum Elastic Syringes, Glass Syringes, Womb 'Syringes, Gum Elastic. Game Bags, Female Syringes, Specu lumfagi. For sale by U q. sCQVEll T)LUE GRASS SEED. A very clean article, To For 11 get a good stand sow m tail and winter montns. .-sale by sep4 II. G. SCOVEL. BBLS TIMOTHY SEED. sep4 For sale by H. G. SCOVEL. C ROUND PAINT BRUSHES, Varnish Brushes, JT Sash Tools. Jbor sale by sep4 n. G. SCOVEL. f- RADUATED MAGNETIC MAC111KJSS, IX Galvanic Curative. Forsaleby. SCOVEL. TRANSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL. THE departmcutsof this School have been filled and ex tended bv the appointment of the Hon. THOMAS B. MONROE, wbo has long been a successful instructor in va rious branches of the Law, to the professorship he has ac cepted. The faculty therefore consists of The Hon. GEORGE ROBERTSON, (late Chief Justice of Kentucky,) Professor of Constitutional Law, Equity, Juris prudence and Pleading, and the Law of Comity. The Hon. THOMAS A. MARSHALL, (late Chief Justice and now Judge of the Court of Appeals of Ky.,) Profes sor of the Common Law, Elementary and Practical, in- cludincr Pleading and Evidence. The Hon. THOMAS B. MONROE, (Judge of the U. S. Dis trict Court for Kentucky,) Professor of Civil, National, Criminal and Commercial Law. And M. C. JOHNSON, Adjunct Professor, who will attend the class in the casual absence of the regular Professors. The winter session of this School will commence, as usual, on the 1st of November, and will bo prolonged to fivo in stead of four months, as heretofore. This extension of the session will enable the Professors to give a more extensive and thorough course of instruction, which will be carried on principally by daily examination in designated portions of the text books, with such explanations and illustrations as may bo deemed necessary, and also by Moot Courts, for pleading and the discussion of legal questions, and by re quiring from the students written exercises in drawing up bonds, deeds and other legal instruments, arguments and, opinions. Tho attention of the students will also be special; ly directed to the history of Jurisprudence, and to Civil His tory as connected with tho progress of the Law, and to the Federal Courts. The books will be principally- such as hav. been heretofore used, to be furnished ty the students: The extension of the session and of the course of instruc tion will produce some increase iu the cost of the Professor's; tickets, tho particulars of which will bo hereafter announced It,,is expected that there will be a second session of five months in, each year, and in fact that arrangements mil be made for a continuance of regular study and exercises during the whole year, by such students as may desire it Diplo mas will be granted at.the end of each session ;to such asard found qualified to receive them. . JI". C. JOHNSON,, . .oct21 trif Chairman Board ,Trusteefl.i -i FLOORING PLANK 20,000 feet Cedar Flooring Plank for salo by W itERBDFTH. at18. o II.j.l i . , ,- . -II l. ;,1 iha prepared to issue Policies on aslavoraule terms, as auy omer responsible office, on Dwellings, Stores, Manufacturing Es tablishments.aiidall other kinds of Buildings; ou Household CARDS, jOHKsdirarSMrrH: - Deersik, Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving and, Tor- .j - - ataing Merchants, Steamboat Agents, &c, hf aprUV , BROADWAY,. NASHVILLE. MAD. STEATTON. G. P. SMITO. A. W. JOUXSOJT. STSATTON, SMITH & Co., , Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, Corner of Broad and Market Streets, NASHVILLE, TENN., HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart ment of our business to Mn Madisox Strattok, the same will from this date be conducted under the style of STRATTON, SMITH & Contour old stand, ou tha corner of Market and Broad streets. Ourstock, now ample, will.be.kept so by large accessiens every few days, to which we invite the attention and so licit a call from merchants in, the couufry as well as city dealers, being determined to sell as low as any houso ik the .city. Our terms cash and cash bnlv. ' . apt i, 1852. Johnson & smith. AND. J. DUNCAN, Ijatb of Shepherd, Ddxcan & Co., Auction and Commission Merchants, NASHVILLE, TENN. w HOLESALE Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Cans, U mbrellas, andtor the sale ot Jterciianaize generally, aitlior ntnrivate or onblic sale, Will have Regular .Monthly Sales at Auction, and solicit consignments of Dry Goods, Pittsburg and Cincinnati man ufacture; will give undivided atteution to all business en trusted to my care. Instructions strictly complied with, aud business promptly executeu. yanu iij AND. J. DUNCAN. RAMAGE & CHURCH. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Cap3, Trunks, Valises and Carpet'Bags, College street, Nashville, Tesx. Hats, S. S. WILLIAMS, AGENT OE JOHN WILLIAMS, 87 Gravier Street, New Orleans, HAS taken an office on College street, on the second floor, above the Merchants' Insurance and Trust Com pany, and is prepared to make cash advances on all Cotton, Tobacco, &c, consigned to said House, or to furnish supplies to Planters or others who wish to ship to New Orleans. sep2 Cm A. HAMILTON, Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Commission Merchant, oct3 NASHVILLE, TENN. J. MORRIS. THOS. E. STRATTOX. MORRIS & STRATTON, (Successors to Laxier, Morris t Co.,) Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Wholesale Grocers, Corner of Market and Clark Streets, Kiuh viHe. WE have now in store a large stock of Groceries, Li quors, Wines, etc., which will, be sold at the lowest market prices, for cash or barter. scn GEO. IV. SEAT. THOS. C HATES. S. DECHEUD. SEAY, BATES & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C. aug29 trwtf LAW NOTICE. W. II. HUMPHREYS & THOMAS BARRY, HAVE associated themselves together in the practice of the Law. Office on the Public Square, opposite the Planters' Bank, Nashville, Tenn. febii A CARD. I HATE this day associated with me in the, Saddling Bu siness mv son, A. C- MARCH. The business, m future, will be conducted in the name of J. D. March & Son. All persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please como up and make payment. J- D. MARCH. S Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto fore, a continuance of the samo is respecttully solicited. jan2 J. D. MARCH & SON. OLIVER P. u'rOBERTS. ALEX. E. it KJ5E. M'ROBERTS & M'KEE, Wholesale Grocers and Commission MERCHANTS . MARKET ST., 4 Doors from BROAD ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. April 29, 1852 ly NEW ORLEANS A CARD. BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CO., having per manently located themselves at New Orleans, oiler their services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants and GcncrapAgciits, and solicit consignments of all kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can and will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their inter est to their care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held sacred and promptly remitted. p. s. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates, from charges at this point Orders for Groceries and Insur ance Risks, with the collection of Bills, Drafts, Ac, attended to without delay. DENJ. P. SHIELDS & CO. ang!2 ly TULLAIIOMA LOTS. The undersigned has laid off blocks ol Lots, of several acres each, for private res idence, and is now prepared to sell them at private sale to those who desire to have summer residence in the beautiful and healthy town of Tullahoma. We have m the jsite of the towii, besides the most healthy atmosphere and purest free stone watcr.a most excellent spring of Chalybeate Water, sup posed to be mixed with White Sulphur. may!8 WILLIAM MOORE, Agent SOUTHERN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING C0NPANY Of Nashville, WOULD inform the citizens of Nashville and r-r wmt, the public throughout; the south west, . that they have commenced business at the well-known stand of S. V. D. Stout, a few doors south of the public square, where they manufacture all kinds of Coaches, Carriages, Buggies, &c, which they will sell low and on liberal terms. Then- work is of the finest order, and will compare favora bly with any mianfacturcd north or south. They have se lected their mattiial with great care, and having the best of wood and iron Tennessee, they will warrant their work, in point of clegiviy and durability, not to be excelled by any. They hopt to receive a share of public patronage and shall spare no trtvUc or cost to induce all that may be in want of Carriage to buy of them in preference of sending north for their wor Repairinff done by experienced workmen on liberal terms. E. N. B ASSETT, Pres march 3 wdtrw!2m. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. JUST received this day, my Fall and Winter stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Hats, which ((will be sold for cash, or short time to punctual customers," at a very small advance, on Eastern cost. The merchants aro requested to call and examine, as they may expect great bargains. sepS 3 W. MEREDITH. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, FALL STOCK FOR 1852. THE undersigned are now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE and CUTLERY for the Fall TmilP. nnd in ealliiur the attention of the mer chants of Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their stock now in store, they leel confident tnai u win De iouna to compare favorably, both as to quantity and assortment, with that of any other House in the country. Experience has already demonstrated to tne satisfaction of a large majority of dealers in this section of the country, that in the article of Hardware at least, the Nashville mar ket is preferable to those of New York and Philadelphia; for the simple reason that this description of goods will not bear the heavy expenses of transportation which must nec essarily accrue when brought through by canals and rail roads. The undersigned are also enabled to place theii cus tomers on an equal footing with those purchasing in any oth er market, from the fact that Jtheir European goods being all imported direct from the manufacturers by way cf New Or leans without touching New York, thus enabling them to of for their goods at a small advance on importation cost -Merchants, Blacksmiths, Carpenters, Ac., visiting Nash ville are invited to call and examine their stock before pur chasing. . . , . Feathers, Wool, Beeswax and Ginseng received inter change for Hardware and in payment of debts at the lugh st market prices. FALL & CUNNINGHAM. sept ii College street, Nashville, Tennessee. THE following comprises a portion of our large stock of Hardware, unsurpassed in variety by any house in the West: Collins' Axes; Stirrup Irons; Warranted Axes of otherBridle Bitts; brands; Augers and Chisels; 'Anvils and Vices; Plaines of all kinds; Bellows and Screw Plates; Hand Saws, Draw Knives; Hand and Sledge Ham mars; Hatchets and Hand Axes; Table and Pocket Cutlery; Mill, and Cross-cut Saws: itaaors, Shears, acissors; Curry-Cpmbs; Padlocks; Files and Rasps: Single and double barreled Shot Guns; Riffles, complete; Chains of all kinds; Cotton Cards; Sifters and Coffee Mills; Together with many other articles too numerous to men tion. FALL & CUNNINGHAM, sepll College street, NashvilU. Carpetinpr and Oil Cloths at Reduced Prices For Cash Only. W' MEREDITH would call the attention of the partiea that'want Carpets, Oil Cloths,. and Matting, at re duced prices to his stock? which will be sold at less than any other establishmen'tju this city. sept8 TAILORING. The public are notified, that the un dersigned have entered into co-partnership for the pur pose; of carrying on the TAILORING BUSINESS, in the shop formerly occupied by Mr. Wm. Anderson, onDeade ric Street, near tho Square. We respectfully solicit a share of public patronage, as we are determined to gctour work up in the very best style, E. C ARY, JfeptU, 1852. W. MeCULLOUGH. NO, 222. 0URKEY & MARTIN. &ICHARD O. CUEBET. JAME3 6. MARTIN". " " "'cua'SEY & "MARTIN , Wholossi'le .anil Retail Druggists, Unun StreetfKashrilt, 1'ettn. MEDICAL SADDLEBAGS. 1 dozen pair oil improved stylus, just received and for sale very low. " FAMILYMEDICINE CHESTS. Assorted sixes, with bottles" neatly lablledtaud filled, with tho choicest and purest raediciries.'just received. SHAKER HERBS. Afull assortment of thisyear's collection, consisting of Sage, Spikenard, Catnip, Comfrey Lobelia, Liverwort, Lemon Balm, Pennyroyal, &c Abo large supply of Sageof home collection, just rcccived. SNUFFS. 1,000 pounds Sweetxer's Maccaboy Snuff, in jars and barrels. SO dozen Linton's, Garrett's and Sweetzer's Snuff, in bot ties, just received- TILDEN'S MEDICINAL EXTRACTS. An assortment of theso genuine extracts prepared in vacuo, con sisting of Extract! ofConium Lettuce, Stramonium, Tar axacum, Belladonna, Hyosciamus, Aconite, ic, ic., just received; LINSEED OIL. 500 gallons of pnr Linseed Oil, justrecoived. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS Six dozen Dis secting cases; 5 dozen Surgical cases three and lour fold; 4 dozen Physicians' Poket cases. Also, 10 large jcases Sur gical Instruments; 10 do do Obstelical do? 10- cases Cupping Instruments; 5 cases Treoauning Instruments, just received. FORCEPS. Hodge's Obstetrical Forceps; Bond's Cranistomy Forctps; Dcwces Placenta Hook; Tonsil Forceps; Dissecting Force. a; Surgeon's Dressing Forceps; Surgeon's Bone Forceps; and a large variety of of other instruments, just received. TO PHYSICIANS. In furnishing our store we have procured Haskell. Merrick & Bull's Select Powders, together with the purest Chemicals, with which all prescriptions will be exclusively putup. Our Tinctures are also prepared of ficially. Physicians may rely therefore upon having their Prescriptions compounded with the purest medicines, and in the neatest manner possible. Dr. Curry will give his personal attention to this depart ment of our Establishment. CURREY & MARTIN, nov20 " Union street, Nashville. HUMBUG ! HUMBUG ! '. HUMBUG ! I ! OPENING the Campaign for 1S52. Scoit, Douglass, Lean Jimmy and Cass iu the field ; but Thurston & Ber nard are always foremost at tho Union Store, South Side Union dtreet, with a quiet smile of Victory on their phiz, ready to exhibit their stock of Spring and Summer Goods to those wishing to purchase. We have a genjral assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods, .among which are Brown and Bleached Domestics, do. Drill ings, Blue DrilliBgs, and a great variety of Summer Stuffs; a splendid assortment of Bonnet, Ribbons, Flowers, latest styles; Berages, Berege de Lanes, Silk Tissues and Poplins, Prints, Ginghams, Jaconets, Muslins, Fans, Para3oIs? Gloves, Hosiery, ic; Kid Ties. Buskins, Gaiters; Leghorn, Straw; Palm aud. Kossuth Hats; all of which we will sell as low as any house West of the Mountains. You who want THE bar gams must be on hand soon, because if you don't buy them some body else will. We are bound to sell. We earnestly solicit an examination of our Goods and prices, and, by strict attention to business, hope to merit a share of public patronage. ap!5 THURSTON & BERNARD. MILLINERY OPENING on THURSDAY, 14th OCTOBER. I HAVE just received my Fall Stock of Pat- fsbA ltfrns TTats Klnwnra Ttihlxins- Plumps Vfl.t'tik A vets, ic a beautiful variety, and all of the most fashionable discriptions. Thankful to the Ladies for past favors and hope they will call before purchasing else where. Fashionable dress-making, and other orders, promptly .attended to. MRS. E. LOCKHART, octl2 Cherry street, Nashville. PATENT CHOPPING MILL For Chopping Corn or other Grain, An article which every Farmer should hat. IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to five bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for stock and is so simple in its construction, that any boy twelve years old can keep it in order and rim it It is adap ted to either Steam, Water or Horse Power. Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling the above Mill, in Tennessee, to ilessrs. J. R. Cowan and A. C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can find them at J. ir..Seabury's, on College street, where they will be happy to take orders. BOSS A ADAMS. aug23. THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY. HAVING, at great epeynse, procured the most recently improved machinery and tools for the construction of the heaviest work in matais, we solicit from the Western and Southern public a portion of their patronage.- We are prepared to make to order Railroad Machinery such as locomotives, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appertaining to Railroads. Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5 to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron. Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist Mills. Engines and 31achinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes. Sugar Mills of the most recent construction, with Engines to correspond, put up in any part of tho Southern country. Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice. In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to put up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that he may continue to operate the engine, Sc Brass and Iron Castings of auy size or description; with Shafting, Mill Gee ring, Water "Wheels, Cast Iron Bank Vaults, made to order. Information cheerfully given and orders received by JAS. PLUNKET, President. N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper. sep4 JOHN RICHARDSON, Barber and Hair Dresser, Cedar Street, under the Verandah, HAS furnished his shop and fitted it up in elegant style. He has in his employ a number of the best barbers in the city, and those who patronise him are sure of au easy, as well as a clean shave, and of getting their hair trimmed neatly and fashionably. He invites the public to continue its favors. oct3 LOOK AT THIS! T n AVE just received a large supply of Elegant l and rasuionable Furniture, wliicu l am sell ingfor cash or approved paper. Great inducements are offered in the way of good bargains my motto being " Quick sales and small profits." My stock consists in part of the following, viz: A large assortment of Bureaus of various styles, from $10 to $100 ; Sideboards, fine and common; Book Cases, Desks, Ward robes, a large assortment; Tin Safes; Common and Marble Top Centre Tables, Extension Dining Tables; Wash Stands, fine and common,, from ?1 to $23; Dessert Tables, Taney Work and Side Tables; Clocks, Window Shades, LorLmg Glasses, Comraode3, Hat Racks; Poplar, Sycamore, Walnut, Cherry, Mahogany and Rosewood Bedsteads; Lounges, Misses' Bedsttads, Single Bedsteads; Shuck; Cotton, Moss and Hair Mattrasses, the cheapest ever sold in this market; Sofas, Ottomans, Parlor Chairs in Plush and Hair Cloth ; Rockers; fine and common Cane, Wood Seat and Split Bot tom Cliairs and Rockers, ic, ic, ic A lew Uuitars: also, a Harp Umtar, wmca i will sell at cost & f fi Four of Gilbert's superior Rosewood Iron- framed PatenNAction Pianos, warranted, which I will sell at reduced prices. Many of thj above articles were made in this city, and speak for themselves, of the taste and skill of our workmen. Furniture made at the "South Nashville Manufactory" can bc.had at jmy store at factory prices. AU those favoring me with a call I am determined to give satisfaction. $3jT Furniture moved with care and despatch. je3 I. H. MORTON, Union Street USER'S X ROADS FOR SALE. THIS desirable property of S10 Acres of Land, 350 acres in cultivation, 30 acres in grass, on the main road from Nashville to Clarksville, will be sold unusually low to an ear ly applicant and on rime to suit purchasers Houses, Barns, ' fciabfes, Cribs, Ac, all good and in good repair. This is a qucstionaly the best Stock and Tobacco Farm for the price in Tennessee. Good Male and Female Schools in the immediate vicinity. Health unsurpassed. For particulars, call or address me at Fi'seis X Reads, Robertson county, Tennessee novlS 3t w trw J. B. FISER. .' REMOVAL DYAS & CO., Wholesale Grocers, New Orleans. HAVE removed from their bid stand, 42 and 45 New Levee, to the new and spacious Store, 139 and 141, Magazine Street, where they are receiving and opening the largest Stock of Goods they have ever had, all of which will be sold low for cash or good paper. DYAS & CO. nov9 tf 139 and 141 Magazine street, New Orleans. JAMES CLAIBORNE, General Steamboat and Freight Agent, OjJUt on. Front Street, near tt Wharf, NashvilU. REFERENCES. Johnson Smith, McCrea & Terrass, Jas. A. McAllister, H. T.Yeatman, Sam. Seay, A Hamilton, Johnson & Wea ver, A L. Davis, and merchants generally. novlOd&iw. A LE. 15 Barrels Shultz XX Pale Ale, received steamer Statesman, and lor sale by declO W. H. GORDON & CO. INFORMATION WANTED Of the whereabouts of WILLIAM KOURK, who resided in 1838 three miles from a placo called Ross' Landing, Tennessee, believed to be in Hamilton county, but who subsequently removed therefrom. This information is desired by his daughter Polly, who it now in affluent circumstances. The informer will be amply rewarded. Direct to .,.,.- J GEORGE T. WALLACE, noTSO lin No 111 Vine Street, Philadelphia. RODGERS' PEN KNrFES. 90 dozen "Josep Rodgei-s & Son's'! celebrated -Pen Knives, of variwa. patterns and: prices, expressly tor city tra, jt receivea and offered, by oct27 FALL & CUNNINGHAM. CLARET. 60 bexee in store and forsaleby yiG BEN. M. NOEL 4 B0. ml ildm-y imixrit compownd The Remedy over aU Rtmtii for t&eDiof the Liver jauargmmt etna, injtame&wn oj wi cpmm rMwiuMM - I trim, h ijaiait f .nuHraifUffl. ft diseases of the Btncdsj Jind tueh diteasea as an! from a disorder? state oj me owrnacn, tc or xiw, Scrofula and Sores of any kind For General Deliltty, from which Ladies frequently suffer, there is not it a equal in thejeAole.tMatena Meaica. ' -HE inventor of this preparation was for three yeans completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of the Liver that be was frequently for weeks at a time unable to raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physician at homeand inEurope,hut in vain; his case was pronounced hopeless br thousands, and it was byaccidcntthat he suc ceeded in "curing himself- Since he has been practicing med icine. Ids success in Tib. cases has been unrivalled. He has been aware of e-.credulitr of thejrabhc, and conse quently said nothing through the presi of Ins oim casa, until the character of the' medicine was fully established by its success, as shown by the certificates which hare Dton advertised. I subjoin the certificate of Prof. if. Gjlebert, of 3Ie mpnia, Tenn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my sintering. Memphis, Tenm, April 1 7. I I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Dr. J N. Blcdsob and some years ago he was reduced I eel evo lower than I have ever seen anyone that afterwards recover ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspcpsiaand Liver affection, and after trying the prcscriptions'of many Physicians in this as well as other countries, without relief, he finally suceeded with a preparation of his, own in being restored to gcod health. M. GABBERT, M. I). Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this publication. nc rsniiE, January 12, 1852. De. Bledsor: I take the liberty and fell it to be my duty to recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the stomach and bowels, your Alterative Coinpouud, as a vory seperior medicine; My son, aged 15 years, had been under medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar rheawhen having almost dcsjiaired of hi3 recovery, I con cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe, entirely cured him. MICAJAH CAYCE.- llcsTsyiLLB, Oct 17,4852. Da. Bledsoe: Some time has elapsed since I gave a cer tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by your Alterative Compound. I now tafcu pleasure in savins' to tho public, that my wife had for three or four years bean 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 different medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try your alterative compound, I did so and I am happv to say that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the liver and dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON. T, . Hcxtsville, Sept 29, 1851. Do. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of vour Alter ative Compound, I think it my duty te s7 to the public, tnaf I had beeu for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its worstfonn; that I had tried almost efe tliingthat is gi ven by physicians, and never fouud any thing that would cer tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which uaa relieved me iu every attack in less than an hour. WM. B. LLOYD. T, Giles Count t, Tenn., Dec 23. 1851 Dr. Bledsoe :I feel that I should fall short of my duty to you and to those who arc afllicted, were I not to further recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re lieved me, so that I have not had cause to tike anything in two months L can eat anything I want with inmunitr. and believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age. Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to coll, ou you. I am very respecttully your friend ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD. HltiTsville, Ala., August 4 1S51 This is to certify, that I had suffered for many "years with Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician afier Phy sician had prescribed forme without mv receiving auy ben efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Aiterativo Compound, which cured me souudlv, and I recommend it because of the same happy effect upon others of m v acquaint . JOSEPH CAROTlLERS. r, n c HraisviLtE, Ala., March 3, 1352. Do. BLEDSOEj-Siir: Judging from the certificates you lure already advertised, it will Le almost unnacessaryfor me to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of your Compound,' but I must say, that for years I suffered a great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen, and thought that I never would recover. I commenced takl mg yourcoiupouud about nine weeks since, and have gained 25 or CO pouuds, and feel about as well as I ever did HENRY J. GOFF. niVmTJnC kePct, f('r at the office of DIt. BLhDbOE, and at the Drug Stores of DURYEE A DE- MOVWOTSWOOD i yI'KGER, and J " COOPER 4 CO. Price $1 50 per pint iiottfe. novlS lyd tr A J. MUSSELMAN & CO. Tobacco Manufacturers, CoUege st. near Broad, Nashvfllo. TT7'E are manufacturing Tobacco from Tennessee, Kcn T tucky and Missouri Leaf, which we are prepared to sell as low and warrant as good as; the same price and quali ty ot louacco can be imported, from any ot her. i-ioc. Tho purcWt will sate ex least .freight and cargo by purchasing trom us with the additional security of a Lome concern to make good any Tobacco sold that may prove different from what it is represented. We have now for sale of our own manufacture. 120 Boxes pound Lump, various brands 135 do Five " " ' 75 " " A J. Musselmau i Coa brand: 25 Sevens " 50 FF pound " 20 " X u 40 IXL 75 Nectar Leaf juue 27 tljan'55 " extra fine; A. J. MUSSELMAN & CO. MYERS & McGILL. DEALEUS IN EVEItr DESCIU1TIO.V OF Xadies' and Gentlemen's Frirnishinsj and Fancy Goods, On College street, one door South of the Sjuare. W !. may bo found at all times a large assort ment of Winches ter's, Davis & June's, i Myers' Patent Shouldqr Scam Shirts, of Linen , Muslin , with Linen Bo soms, G iugham, ii French Chintz, Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cashmere, Vigonia, Cotton and Canton Flannel, ft, ladies and gentlemen, Gonts Cloth Gattcrs, Gloves, Kin Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,; Cuff Gloves, and Ladies aud Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Watcrfords, Albert, De Joinville's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting, Cravats, Scarfs, Black and AVhite Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath mg Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. 3Ionsy, Riding and Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk - r, r,?.i: hm.: rr.,i. ci r .1. Tj-.Kr... ing vanes, iwuiuir iiuip, xiuu&o, uviv lidiuci, i ..1... rP. i. 1 C54tl. T .:.,.. P.,u V,..l- T?.,D Tn Razor Strops. Combs. Brushes. Good year's Gum Got ds. Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, ic, and a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur nishing Stores. JjgT We have made arrangements with our friends at tho North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them, therefore we shall have goods here in lessthan ten dax, from the New York Custom House MYERS & McGILL'S. Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of tho Square, Nashville. octll UNION HALTi ACT ON YOUNG, having become associated with D. Y. Winston in the superintendence of this House, would respectfully invite nis numerous acquaintances and the public generally to give him a call. Attached to the House is a good Stable for tho accommo dation of Horses. The business of the House wil hereafter be conducted in thenamo of D. Y. WINSTON i CO. All persons wishing to travel by Railroad, Sieamboat Stage, will meet with prompt attention. The best of order observed. Charges moderate. Market Street noT4 LISONIA SHEETINGS 20 bales 4-4 Alisonia Bra. She' jags, in store, and for sale bythe bale only, octs ' W. IL GORDON & CO... DELPIT'S SNUFF. A DELPITS Rose and Mae ouba Snuff, just received by oct 23 ao EWIN, BROWN & CO, EXCHANGE 8c BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEARL & CO. NORTH-WEST comer of the Public Square, near Plant era' Bank, Nashville, Tenn. t5 We are drawing Sight Checks on all the principal cities of the East, South and West at the lowest rates, 4iu sums to suit purchasers." J3Webuy all kiadu of current and uncurrent Bank Notes at moderate rates. 3 We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina Bank Notes, at a very small discount I We will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon ies at a fair premium. lfWehave Gold and Silver for sale will attend ta collections remitting on any point requested at Bank ratea, charge but V per cent commissions. We are takmg.Bank of East Tennessee the same as other Tennessee Bank Notes. janl7 D. 8. ft W. H. WOODWARD. t Forwarding and Commission. Merchants, and, - Texas Land Agents. Particular attention paid to filling orders Office otot the store of W. T. Smith Jfc Co., No. Magazine street, Oct S, 1852 6m y,w Qrieai- WtADY, GG&KAV ft CO., Cettea Je.aMGer Cs- ggey keep a Offiee in-Tuscambia, Ala. CASH adraaets w tkgm&, ef rredaee tom L j Hil Jri 1 is i'1' $ !