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NASHVILLE UNION.
m. a a cnuRciL ' maeukq.
CHURCH & MARLING, Proprietors.
Till? WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at
the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance.
$2 50; withiu theyear3 00; at the end of the year U 00.
Ci.uiis Of fire and upwards ?2 00 per copy for one
rear. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months
at the foregoiug rates.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published erery Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if not paid in
advance, $G.
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
t-TIIE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
SUBSCRIPTIONS.JE3
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
risk.
No paper 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, pain in the side
hip, back, limbs, and joints; scrofula, kings evil, white
swellings, hard tumors, stiff joints, and all fixed pains what
e ver. Where this plaster is applied, pain cannot exist
These plastcrsposscss the advantages of being put up in
air-tight boxes: hence they retain their full virtues in all
climates. This celebrated Tain Extractor lias been so extensively
used by phvsicians and the people in general, both in this
country and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any
thing about it. Yet there may be some who stand in need,
of its healing powers who liavc not yet tried it. For their
sakes we will simply state what it has done in thousands of
coses, and what it will do for them when tried.
A voice fkou Geougia. Read the following testimonials
from a physician :
GenUenien: Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me of pains,
of which I nave suffered for twelve years past During this
period, I have labored tinder an allliction in my loins and
side, and tried many remedies that my own medical experi
ence suggested, but without obtaining relief. At length I
used vour Plaster, and am now, by its good Tecis, entirely
cured". I will recommend the Jew David or Hebrew Phister
to all who are suffering from contraction of the muscles, or
permanent pains in the side or back.
The people of Georgia have but to become acquainted with
its virtues when they v ill resort to its use.
Yours truly, M, W. WALKER, If. D.,
Forsythe, Monroe county, Ga.
To Messrs. Scovil k Mead, New Orleans, La.
JTir DA VmS OR HE11REW PLASTER IX NORTH
CAROLINA.
Messrs. Scovil it Me-id: 1 liave been troubled with the
-V.,,;,. ri,n,iinnii!iiii for the last twelve years. On the 1st of
July. 184y. 1 was so bad that I could not turn myself hi bed,
ana tne pain so :
davs. At this time
... T1 . ..1 tt .
"lieorCW 1 lasier, ami imn-vvi - 1 . i
me, and I slept more than half the night, and in three days
1 was able to ride out. I consider the Hebrew Plaster the
best remedy, for all sorts ot pains now iu us.
Ueudcrsinville, N. C, Aug. 1G, 1S50. G. W. McMINN.
Beware of Counteufkits and Rase Imitation 1
The genuine will in future have the signature of h. TAY
LOR on the steel plate engraved label on the top of each
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this ar
cle is in existence.
The genuine is sold onlv by us, and by our agents np.
pointed throughout the South and no jiedlar is allowed to
sell it Dealers and purchasers generally are cautioned
against buying of any but our regular agents; otherwise they
will be imposed upon with a worthless article.
oCO Hi & jlr.Al.
113 Chartrcs street, New Orleans, Sole General Agents for
for the Southern Stales to whom all orders must invaria
bly be addressed.
Sold bv EWIN, BROWN k Co., Nashville, Tenu.
3 W. W. k .1. B. BERRY, do;
J. M. ZIMERMAN t Co., do;
CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG, do;
DAVID SAFFARRANS, do;
11. G. SCOVIL, do.
jy!2 dtww
COTTt, ANDS IN ARKANSAS AT PUBLIC
"A TTILLoe sold at the court-house in Helena, thccotitity
W stjat of Phillip's county, on the third Monday, the
17th of January next, being county com day-, commencing
ut 11 o'clock, a. in., the following tractf jf land, vie
In township 5 north, range 3 east.
The northwest fractional quarter of fractional f-cction 5,
the north half of fractional section 6, making altogether nine
hundred and thirtv-six acres in a body. It lies on Tellico
Creek in St Francis county, a most beautiful stream of never-failing
water. It is about seven miles northwest of Madi
son, the county seat, three miles bouth 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 Ferry over the St. Francis
river, where the Memphis and Little Rock road crosses, hav
ing several improved farms within a mile.
Toicnship 4 north, rang 3 east.
West halfof section t, containing three hundred and twen-
West' halfof fractional section 18, and the west halfof
fractional section 10, making together a tract of near six
hnndred and seventy acres. It hessix miles fromMadisou,
and adjoins two improved farms.
Township 1 south, ranged east.
South half of section 13, in Phillips county containing
three hundred and twenty acres.
South halfof section 20, north half of 29 and southeast
quarter of 2'J, forming a tract of eight hundred acres.
South half of section '26 and north half of section C5, form
ing a tract of six hundred and forty acres.
North half of section .", three hundred and twenty acres.
Township! south, range 3 east.
Section 4 entire and the north halfof 9, making a tract of
eight hundred and ninety acres.
Section C entire, containing live hundred and'nincty-fivc
acres. . ,
The west half of section S, cornering on the foregoing
three hundred and twenty acres.
Townliip 2 south, range 3 east.
The south halfof section 9, the south half of section S, and
section 17 entire, funning a tract of twelve huudred and
cightv acres. .
The south halfof section 25, section 20 entire, the east
half of section 27, the north half of section 33, and the west
half ofscctiou 34, making a tract of nineteen hundred and
twenty acres.
The lands iu the foregoing townships he from 10 to 21
miles west of Helena, a consiueiablc-town on the Mississippi
mer, 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 live mouths in the year from 7 to 20 miles
frcm the nearest landing on St Francis river, a stream al
ways navigable for steamboats.
There are settlements adjoining or near all these tract",
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.
Ibwnship Z south, rangs 4 east.
South half of section 12, containing three hundred and
twenty acres 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 iloods.
Except the last-named tract, allot the foregoing are up
lands, most of them well adapted to the growth if cotton, and
some of them equal to any uplands in the cotton-growing
States. They are all adapted to the growth of whcat.com,
potatoes, peaches, and all other products of the United
States, except oranges and sugar. Cattle are raised iu that
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 Upper 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 will be sold to the highest bidder, one half
of the purchase money to be paid in band, and the balance
iu one and two years, with interest A good title with wur
ranly will be" given by the undersigned (Amos Kendall)
at the time of the sale, the subsequent payments beings se
euree bv mortgages.
Proposals for prh'arc purchase will be received by John
S Horner, Esq. of Helena, or Amos Kendall, of Washington
citv. until the day of sale. AMOS KENDALL,
3' 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
LEAVES Adgcr's Wharves every Saturday ?Wrr
and Wednesday. The new and splendid Ik&sESSB
Steamships Union, Captain Richard Adams, 15,000 tons,
Mnrlon, Captain M. Berry, 1,200 tons, Southerner, Cap
tain W. Foster, 1,000 tons, Jns. Adgcr, Captain J. Din
cinson, 1,500 tons, as follows: Steamship Union, April 30,
at 5 o'clock; Steamship Southerner, March 16th and 24th,
4 o'clock; Steamship Marion, March 13th and 27th, 12 o'clock;
Steamship James Adgcr, now finishing, will be placed in tho
line early in April.
For freicht or passage, apply to the office of the Agent,
b HENRY MISROON,
apS trw CorncrEast Bay and Adgcr's Wharves.
D
R. DAVID W. YANDELL, offers his profes
sional services to the citizens of Davidson county.
Residence on the Gallatin Turnnikc, four miles and a half
from Nashville, at the place formerly owned by the late Jo
tinh Williams, Esq. rnovS-d&wtf.J
JUST RECEIVED. 300 Kegs Nails;
20 casks London Porter, quarts and pints;
10 boxes Jenkins fine Teas, put up in metalic 3-pbund
boxes;
80 boxes M R Raisins, fresh;
20 do Champagne, superior article;
15 flasks fine Otard Dupuy Brandies, viutago of 1S40;
5 balf-casts Port Wine, superior article; '
i i:m . '
iw uarreis OlUCUiuau xiuui.
50
do St i.ouis uo;
do Piko's'Magnolia Whisky; - -1
A T1aai-a A- Xoircrtl'a An.
800
100
With many otherarticloi too tedious to mention, which wo
will sell cheap fer cash1; - " ?' .-VjshmWW i
HOY 13 iiiiAaui itu iiirjtvr unu,
IT-'
VOL. XYIIL
AARON STRETCH.
AARON STRETCH,
TT?TIfiGIST & APOTHECARY,
' tor. of Union, d; Cherry Sts., opposite Stale Bank,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
HAVING enlarged his Store and received most of his
Eastern purcliases, he invites the attention of persons
needing articles in his line to give him a call. Jlis stock
comprises one of the finest assortments of Drugs, Medi
cines, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c., ever
brought to this market Consisting in part f the iollowmg
articles, viz:
Lubin's genuine imported extract (the most popular
kinds;)
Mailly's Paris Toilet Soaps ;
RoussclPs Brown Ommibus, Poncinc and Toilet boaps;
Genuine Castile Soaps Cdiflercnt colors ;)
Shaving Creams and Soaps (different patterns;)
Lard OiHbest Cincinnati;) . .
Sperm and Sweet Oils ;
Pure and Fresh Salid Oil, for tablo use;
Pure Cider Vinegar, Alchohol ;
Bermuda Arrow Root, Balsam Tolii, 4c
Together with a full assortment of other articles in his--linp.
ill nf which will be sold low at . ;
line, all 01 wnitu STRETCH'S DRUG STOKE,
feblO Corner of Union and Cherry streets.
PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &c.
B
ANDOL1NE for the hair;
Curling FJind;
flfi.
Bear's Oil in large and small bottlos ;
Pomatum, in china, carthcrn and glass pots; .
Ox Morrow, " " " ' " . ..
Compound Ox Morrow. A valuable oleaginous mixture,
composed of purified Ox Marrow aud Hazle Nut Oil, com
bined with grateful perfumes;
Beef Marrow, in small and large bottles;
Rose Hair Oil, in fancy bottles;
Pomatum, iu sticks, (white aud black;)
Hair Gloss. This new and valuable, preparation, entirely free
from greasiness, is esjieciallv adapted to the ladies' toilet;
Eau Lustra!. The art of Peifumers has never produced a
better preparation for the Hair, whether we regard its fra
grance, or its power of instantaneously cleiismg the hair
and moving scurf and dandruff, and imparting, a soft and
natural lustre; entirely devoid of grease;
Liquid Hair Dye 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 tho
complexion, eradicating all cutaneous eruptions; and ren
dering the skin soft and fair ;
Amaudmc, for chapped hands and lips ;
Pearl Powder, in round and square boxes;
Lily White, in round and square boxes ; ,
Meen Fun, or Chinese Skin Powder;
Powder Puffs, in single boxes;
" double " with cushions; .
Sachets, various sizes ;
Vinegar Rouge Rouge iu pots ;
Pink Saucers; .
Cachou Aromatic; '
Paztilles, for burning in sick rooms and imparling a pleasant
odor;
Preston Salts, in cut glass bottles;
" " " screw top "
For sale by A. STRETCn, Druggist,
maj7 Corner Union and Cherry sts.
J. M. ZIMERMAN!
J. M. ZIMERMAN,
Wholesale Druggist and Pharmaceutist, Vg
Qmv np T1TT2 Tinv AVI Mortar. 4 doors feoji
the Squabe, Market St., Nashville,
HAS just received, by the lato rise of water, a largo and
unusually fine stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
Suroical, Midwifery and Anatomical Instrumrntsj
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Vaunishks, Sncia,
Glasswarb, and Stoneware; Paint, Varnish,
Coacu and Artist Bucsnus; Dye-Stuws,
PERFCKERTtyFANcr and Plain Soafs;
Fink Tooth and Hair Brusiics;
Letter and Cap Paper; Steel Pens,
Inks, Ac; Tobacco, Snoi-es, and Cigars;
Powder, Shot, Lead and Safety Fcse; Pure'
Wines, Brandies, Spirits, Ac; Landrcth's Gar
den Seeiwj; Tanners' Oil, Brushes, Lampblack, Ac.
Purchasers, needing any of the above articles, will do well
to examine the above stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
they will find it as extensive, of prime quality, (if not lower)
as low as any other House in Tennessee.
t far Avrs CllCITV Pectoral.
Williams' Pulmonic Balsam, Mexican Mustang Liniment,
Canton Tea Company's Teas, Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsm.
r-r-n-, J- M. Z. would also inform his friends, Ac.,
tliat lie win ncrcaiicr ue ussisicu m ia uuwua
by Mr. MORTIMER HAMILTON, late of the
r,, f (nT.'-iirv X- TTiimilton. who has been for
a number of years past extensively aud favorably known iu
the Drug line. -
s
UPERIOR ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET.
Jockey Club Pomade,
liOW s Celebrated uo,
Kchada do. V for tho Hair.
Balm of Columbia,
Genuine Bear's Oil,
Hand's Eau Lustrale.
l.iduid and Solid Rouee:
French and Fancy Soaps ; " ;Ti -.
Xow's cclcbrated'Iloney Soap;.
Roussel's and Haucl's Fancy Soap; . ,
Fine and Dressing Combs; . ' a '
I'laiu and Fancy Hair Brushes; .
Lubin's Genuino Extracts;
Meeu r un ; , , . . r -
American ana rrencn louet rowuera; ,
Fancy Chalks;
Assorted Dentifrices; ' .
Pomade Divines, for chapped skins;
Tooth Brushes, Fancy and Plain.
Just received by dec20 J. M. ZIMERMAN.
xTrrw I2T. A ss "Window Glass of all sizes and
of superior quality received and for sale low by
rl0 J. M. ZIMEBSfd
. ail A F 1 . - . , ...
AN.
COD LIVER OIL. Trask's Magnetic Ointment
Just received by dec20l J. M. ZIMERMAN.
TVTIMATURE IVORIES. Artists' Canvass, Arl
1YL ists" Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev
erv Shacle. Just received by ZIMERMAN.
BRUSHES. White Wash, Dusting, Crumb, Cloth,
Black, Pope's Head, Horse, Tanners' Printers', Var
nish, Blue, Paint, Ac., of assorted sizes. Just received by
,ccoq J. M. LMhKjlAjN.
T INS E ED OIL AND WHITE LEAD.-lObbls
j Linseed Oil; 200 kegs Fahncstock's White Lead. Just
received and fbrsalo low for cash by
jJaaoq J. M. zimekma:.
SMOKINGTOBACCO '
800 Rolls very old and rich ;
inn Hrvr. Cut. in naners:
50 do. Scafarlatti-Turkish;
Just received aud for sale low by
april30
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
DRS. C. K & J. D. WINSTON,
kFFER their services to the citizens of Nashvillo
and ti
t einitv in nraclice of Medicine and Surjrery.
Office on Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee.
Ur. J. D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr.
Broad.
Armstead, on Vine stroet, between Church and
IRON FENCING,
At the Sign of the Spread Eagle, College Street
THE undersigned is now prepared to execute all
kinds of Wroiurht and Cast Iron Fencing.'
A ii Avprr vjirintr of Gates. Fancy Stea Balcony
nml Vrannrfali Rallimr. Mr Work will he executed as well
as any of that brought from the Eastern Cities, and at prices
as'low as the same article can be procured elsewhere.
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.
KNOW all men by these presents, that I, J. L. GRACE,
of the city of Nashville, county of Davidson, and State
of Tennessee, am now fully prepared to accommodate trav
ellers and boarders with superior fare, at the CUMBERLAND
HOTEL, foot of Broad street, directly at theslcamboatland
ing, Nashville, Tenn. The public is respectfully solicited to
give this house one trial, ana if experience docs not prove it
to be equal to the best and the cheapest Hotel in the city, tho
subscriber will ever after hold his peace. J. L. GRACE.
P. S. Baggage taken to and from sleamboa! i. free of
charge. laP13
IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDSTEADS.
THE undersigned would call the attention of the public" to
Hinkley's Improved Patent Elastic Wire Bottom Bed
stead, for making which we have purchased the right for
Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to see it, will plcaso
call at our Ware Rooms, corner of Cheand Sunn s
SSirWe also keep constantly ou liand every variety of
Cabinet Furniture, of the best material and manufacture,
which we will sell as cheap as any other regular -manufacturers
in the city. All work sold, by us as our work we will
warrant good, as we keep nothing'but what is made m our
own shop and by tha best workmen. McC. Sj C.
, 'jury 10 tf
Do UOWS SOUTHERN AND WESTERN REVIEW.
Monthly Industrial and Literary Journal,
published in new-oiulans at $5 per anxum.
XL' ary Editioa Bound, 1840-,50, 8 Volfc, iiS;
THE
POLS
NASHVTLLEs SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1853.
INSURANCE.
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 01
NASHVILLE. w
CAPITAL 100,000 . DOLLARS! I
Chartered by the State.
THIS' Company having fully organized, is
now ready to take risks on all "P-HSijn'-tions
of property, against loss or damages by-X
fire also against perils of the sea or inland nav- uvtg
Nation. Propositions for insurance will be received at the
office ol the Nashville Insurance nnd Trust Co., College St.
A. W. JOHNSON, J'resident
J. S. Dashiell, Scc'y. Nashville, OcL 8, 1S52.
COMMERCIAL TNSURANCE COMPANY.
"CnARLESTONj SOUTH CAROLINA.
Capital $250,000: All Paid In.
In AVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
ashville,.and am full v prepared to take Marine, lire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company ean be
teen attheofliceof the Nashville.Insurauce and Trust Com
nanv. on College street
iepl8 JOHNS. DASHIELL, Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ,
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office; and
opposite the Verandah, will insure on the mutual pnn
i"1a...a. THa.1, in at T.nss or Danuurebv
Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the CargtHjs of Vessels 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 terra of years, or during life. Also, Bank N otes trans
mitted per mail. .
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
V. S. PILCIIER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. F Wharton, Secretary. ja"1
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE- COM
PANY. CAPITAL $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 Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire ; on' Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President
Joseph Vaulx, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, W. R. Elliston, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
janl
2ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT.
CliarUred in 1819. Capital 30,000 : all paid in. Assets
invtsted in January last $4S9,000.
S. L. LOOMIS, Sec'y. THO. K. BRACE, Pres.
THE undersigned lias been appointed Agent of this Com
pany one of the oldest and most able in the United
Slates, having nearly or quite half a million of Dollars safely
invested at this time for the safety of policy-holders and is
preared to issue Policies on as favorable terms as .any other
responsible office, on Dwellings, Stores, Manufacturing Es
tablishmonts,andall other kinds of Buildings; on Household
Furniture and Merchandise in general, either in the city or
country, against Loss or Damage by Fire, Also, against the
hazards of Inland Transportation by all the usual routes and
modes of conveyance. JOSEPH NASH, Agent,
Office N. W. Corner Public Square, opp. PlauterrBank.
may6
INSURANCE ON NEGROES.
HOUSE Servants, Farm Hands, Steamboat Firemen,
Cabin Boys, Ac, at customary rates of Premium."
Policies issued aud losses promptly adjusted at the Nashville
Agency. JOSEPH NASH, Agent,
jEtna Insurance Company of Hartford Office N. W. Cor
ner Public Square, opposite Planters'Uank.
npiIE Franklin Insurance Co.. of Louisville
X 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 in
buildings in City or Country. JAS TltABUE. President
W Riddle, Scc'y april 20 Cm.
H. G. SCOVEL.
H. O. SOOVEL,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
x?.fh KM nf tie Public Suuare. 3 doors H est
of the AtisA' U Inn,
"VVl.nlr.colA nil Dwilnr in
Paints. P A Peru"cEJ'
Powder. Oiir "i'e btuUs'
Fancy Articles, Shot, Varnishes,
Glass, Glassware, Lead,
Surgical and Dentil Instruments, Utcro Abdominal Sup
porters and Trusses, Wachita Oil Stones, Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Wines, Brandies, andl'orter. exclusively for me
dicinal purposes.
Clover, Timothv, Orchard Grass, Herd's Grass, Hemp,
Canary aud Flax Seeds.
1,200 lbs refiued Saltpetre;
5,400 lbs Spanish Whiting; ' fj
1,400 lbs Epsom Salts; "S- -
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 rwnt;
175 galls Winter strained Sperm Oil;
" ' ' 250 galls Refined Tanucrs' Oil;
450 galls Linseed Oil.
1,000 lbs" Kosin;
1,100 lbs Printers' News, Book
1 AAA IW A 1 " a (-!"
Colored Inks;
X lium ieetti;
800 lbs Paris Green, Chrome Green,' dry aud ground
in Oil;
10 bbls Eddie's Chemically rafined Lampblack;
CO bbls Hydraulic Cement, (best;)
1,500 lbs Alum;
500 lbs Indigo, (warranter! ;)
1,00(5 lbs Madder, (prime;)
In store and for sale, low for cash, by
sep4 n. G. SCOVEL.
DOZ. CATAWBA WINE, for Church and Mcdi
Q ciual purposes. This wine is the pure juice of the gr. pe,
and, as such, commends itself to those who desire a pure ar
,. , :i-r. r ! ii n cfnn.T
ncic. rorsaic ov ;u-ti u. u.dwiuu.
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER. Brown's
received direct from the Manufacturer. For sale by
scp4 H. G. SCOVEL.
STARCH POLISH. For rendering Shirt Collars
and Bosoms glossy and smooth. For sale by
gcp n. G. SCOVEL.
BREAST PIPES, Nipple Shells, Gum Elastic Breast
Pipes, Gum Elastic Syringes, Glass Svringes, Womb
Syringes, Gum Elastic GamcBags,,Female Syringes, Specu
lum Vagi. For sale by n
tep" H. G. SCOVEL.
BLUE GRASS SEED. A very clean article. To
iret a cood stand sow in fall aud winter months. For
gale by sep4 U. G. SCOVEL.
C BBLS TIMOTHY SEED. For sale by
O sep4 SCOVEL.
& ROUND PAINT BRUSHES, Varnish Brushes,
Sash Tools. For sale by
GRADUATED MAGNETIC MACHINES,
.IT Galvanic Curatives. For sale by. q gcQYEL.
TRANSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL.
THE departments of this School have been filled and ex
tended bv the appointment of the Hon. THOMAS B.,
MONROE, who has long been a successful instructor iu va
rious branches of the Law, to the professorship he has ac
cented. The faculty therefore consists of
The Hon. GEORGE ROBERTSON, (late Chief Justice of
Kentucky,) Professor of Constiiutional 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.,) Protes
sor of the Common Law, Elementary and Practical, in
cluding 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 tho
class in the casual absence of the regular Professors.
The winter session of this School will commence, as usual,
onthe-lstof November, and will be prolonged to five 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 . t
may be deemed necessary, and also by Moot Courts, ft,
pleading and the discussion of legal questions, and by n,.,'
quiring from the students written exercises in drawing up
bonds, deeds and other legal instruments, arguments and
-opinions. The "attention of the students will also bo special
ly directed to the history of JurispmScnce, and to Civil His
tory as connected with the progress of the Law, and to the
Federal Courts. The books will be principally such as havo
been heretofore used, to be furnished by the students.
The extension of the session and of the.course of instruc
tion will produce someincrcase in the cost. of the Professor's
tickets, the particulars of which will be hereauer.announced.
Ii is expected that there will be a second session of .five
months in each j-car, and in fact that arrangements wiH be
made for a continuance of regular study and exercises during
the whole year, by such students as may desire it t Diplo
mas will be granted at the end of each session td'such as are
found qualified to receive them. M. C. JOHNSON,
oct21 trtf Chairman-Board Trustees.
T7LOORING PJLAXK 20,000 feet Cedar Flooring
H Plinth f. W' MEREDITH? .
J.Planiffor sale by
aufilS.
TfViLLE
CARDS, &C.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
, Dealors-in Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving and For
warding' Merchants, Steamboat Agents, &c.,
aprjlW t BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
MAD. STRATTON-. G. P. SMITH. A. W. JOEXSOi".
STRATTON, SMITH & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Corner- of Broad and Market Streits,
NASHVILLE, TfiXNl,
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart
ment of our business to Mr; Madison- Strattok, the.
same -will from this date be conducted under the style ol
STRATTON, SMITH & Co-.'atour old stand, ou tha corner
of Marketand Broad streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kpt so by large accessions
even- few davs, to which we invite the attention and so-licit'a-call
from merchants in the country as wcllaacity
dealers, being determined to sell as , low as any house-ik. the
city. Our terms cash and cash only.
apr 1, 1852. . JOHNSON A SMITH.
AND. J. DUNCAN,
Late op Shepherd, Dcxcan &. Co.,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
WHOLESALE Dry Goods, Roots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Umbrellas, andfor thesalo of Merchandize generally,
oithcr at private or public sale.
Will have Regular 3IonthIy Sales at Auction, and solicit
consignments ot Dry Goods, Pittsburg and Cincinnati man
ufacture; will give undivided attention to all business en
trusted to my care.
Instructions strictly complied with, and business promptly
executed. jan5 tf AND. J. DUNCA
EAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boote, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
College street, Nashville, Tksx.
S. S. WILLIAMS, AGENT OF JOHN WILLIAMS,
87 Gravier Street, New" Orleans,
HAS taken an oflice on College street, on the sccond,
lloor, 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.
sen2 6m
' A. Hamilton;
Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Commission
Merchant,
oct3 NASHVILLE, TENN.
X. J. JIORRIS. THOS. E. STRATTOJT.
MORRIS & STRATTON,
(Successors to Laioer, Morris & Co.,)
Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Wholesale
Grocers,
Corner of 2Tariel and Clark Streets, JMtshviUe.
-VTTE have now in store a large stock of Groceries, Li
V quors, Wines, etc, which will be sold at the lowest
market prices, for cash or barter. sepl7
GEO. W. SEAT.
THOS. C. BATES.
8. DBCI1ERD.
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 ol
tha Law. Office on the Public Square, opposite the
Planters' Bank, Nashville, Tenn. fcb24
A CARD.
I HAVE this day associated with me in the Saddling Bu
siness mv son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future,
wdl be conducted in the name of J. D. March & Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment J. D. MARCH
fg?" Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the samo is respecttully solicited.
jan2 J.'D. MARCH & SON.
OLIVER P. 11 ROBERTS. ALEX. B. 11 KEB.
M'ROBERTS & M'KEE,
Wholesale Grocers nnd Commission
MERCHANTS.
MARKET ST., 4 Doors from D-JOJD ST.,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
April 29, 1852 ly
NEW ORLEANS A CARD.
BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CO., having per
manently located themselves at New Orleans, offer their
services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants
and Genera! A
kgeuts, and solicit consignments of all
Produce, feeling confident that they can j
kinds of Western
and will cive 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. Exteusive anangements 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, &c, attended
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.
augl 2 ly
rpULLAIIOMA LOTS. The undersigned has laid
I off blocks ol Lots, of several acres each, for private res
ilience, aUd 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. Wo have in the site of the
town, besides the most healthy atmosphere and purest free
stone wafer.a most excellent spring of Chalybeate Water, sup
posed to be mixed with White Sulphur.
niay!8 W1LLLVM MOORE, Agent
SOUTHERN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING C0NPANY
Of Nashville,
WOULD inform the citizens of Nashville and (Vacw
the public throughout the south west, ts
that they have commenced business at the well-known stand
of S. V." D. Stout, a few doors south of the public square,
where the' manufacture all kinds of Coaches, Carriages,
Buggies, Ac., which they will sell low and on liberal terms.
Their work is of the finest order, and will compare favora
bly with any nurnfacturcd north or south. They have se
lected their material with great care, and having the best of
wood and iron ii Tennessee, they will warrant their work,
in point of elejivty and durability, not to bo excelled by
anv. They hop iu receive a share of public patronage and
shall spare no trtOJe or cost to induce all that may be in
want of Carriages to buy of them iu preference of sending
north for their wore.
ltepairiiifr done by experienced workmen on liberal
terms. E. N. BASSETT, 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 ou Eastern co3t. The merchants are requested to
call and examine, as they may expect great bargains,
scpg i W. MEREDITH.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, FALL STOCK FOR 1852.
THE undersigned arc now in receipt of their entire
stock of HARDWARE and CUTLERY for the
Fall Trade, and in 'eallinir the attention of the mcr-
cuants oi xenncssec, jveniuch.y,uuuiiuiiu lumuo, w .uu-
stock now in store, they tcel comment, tnai n win do iouuq
to compare favorably, both as to quantity and assortment,
with that of any other House in the country.
Experience has already demonstrated to the 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 wdl 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 theit cus
tomers on an equal tooting with those purchasing in any oth-.
er market, from the fact that Jtlieir 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 iheir goods at a small advance on importation cost,
w Merchants, Blacksmiths, Carpenters, &c., visiting Nash
ville are invited to call and examine their stock before pur-
ClFcatners, Wool, IJeeswax and Ginseng received in ex
change for Hardware and m payment of debts at the high
est ufarket prices. FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
sept 11 College, ltacet, Nashville, Tennessee.
THE following comprises a portion- of our large stock of
Hardware, unsurpassed in variety by any house in the
West:
Collins' Axes; Shrrup Irons;
Warranted Axes of otherBridlo Bitts;
brands: Augers and Chisels;
Anvils and Vices; Plaines of all kinds;
Bellows and Screw Plates; Hand Saws, Draw Knives;
Hand and Sledge llammars; ilatcnets and liana Axes;
Table.and Pocket Cutlery:
Mill ana- cross-cut baws;
Single and double barreled
Shot Guns;
Billies, complete;
Chains of all kinds;
Cotton Cards;
Jtasors, Shears, Scissors;
.Currj'-Combs;
Padlocks;
Files and Rasps;
Sifters and Uoliee Aims;
Together with many other articles too numerous to men
tion. FALL& CUNMJNUliAM,
sepll College street, NashvilU.
Carpeting' and Oil Cloths at Reduced Prices For Cash
Only.
rr MEREDITH would call the attention of the parties
Vy that want Carpets, Oil Cloths, and Matting, at re
duced, prices to his stock, which will be sold at loss than any
other establishment in this city. sept8
TAILORING. Tho public are notified, that the uu
dersigned have entered into co-partnershipfor the pur
pose of carrying on tho TAILORIN G BUSINESS, in the
shop formerly occupied, by Mr. Wm. Anderson, on Dcade
ric Street, near tho Square. We respectfully solicit a share
"of- publie patronage, as we are determined to get our work np
in the very, best style; . iy5. 1c v-R.iCARY, s ... ( ,
Sept 14, 1869. W. MeGULLOUGIL
NO. 225.
CURREY & MARTIN.
,RICHARD"0. CUERST. JAUE3 O. MARTU.
CURREY & MARTIN,
IVholosale and Retail Druggists,
Union Stmt, JVashvilfc, Tenn'.
MEDICAL SADDLEBAGS.
1 dozen pair of improved styles just received and for
sale very low.
FAMILY MEDICINE CHESTS .Assorted sizes,
with bottles neatly labelled, andiilled with the choicest and
purest medicines just received.
SHAKER HERBS. A full assortment of thisyears
collection, consistingof Sage, Spikenard, .Catnip, Comfrey
uvueua, liverwort, ..Lemon Uami, l'cnnyroyal, sc. Also
Icrge supplyofSageofhome collection, just received.
- SN.U1' FS. 1,000 pounds Sweetiers Maccabor Snuff, in
' jars and barrels.
.'80 "dozen Linton's, Garrett'? and Sweetzer's Snuff, in bot
ties, just received.
TILDEN'S MEDICINAL EXTRACTS. An
assortment of these genuine exiracts prepared in vacuo, con
' sifiting of Extracts of Conium Lettuce, Stramonium,' Tar
axacum, Belladonna, Hyosciamus, Aconite, &e., Ac., just
received.
LINSEED OIL. 500 gallons of pure Linseed' Oil,
just received. -
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. Six dozen Dis
secting cases; 5 dozen.Surgical cases three and lour fbld;
4 dozen Physicians' Polijet cases. Also, 10 large cases Sur
ffifal usti-umeuts; 10 do do Obstetical do; 10 cases
Cupping Instruments; ;. cases Trepanning Instruments, just
received.
FORCEPS. Hodge's Obstetrical Forceps; Bond's
Crauistomy Forceps; Duwces Placenta Hook; Tousil Forceps;
: Dissecting Forceps; Surgeon's Dressing Forceps; Surgeon's
4 Bone Forceps; aud a large Tarioty 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
j beexclusivclyputup. Our Tinctures are also prepared of
1 ficially. Physicians may rely therefore upon having their
i Prescriptions compounded with the. purest medicines, and
in the neatest manner possible.
t Dr. Currt will give, his personal attention to this depart-
ment of our Establishment. CURREY & 3IARTIN,
nov-20 Union street, Nashville.
HUMBUG! HUMBUG!! HUMBUG!!!
OPENING the Campaign fir 1S52. Scott, Douglass, Lean
Jimmy and Cass m the Geld ; but Thurston & Ber
nard arc always foremost at the Union Storp. .Smith
j Side Union Street, with a quiet smile of Victory on their
Goods to those wishing to purchase.
We have a general assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods,
among which are Brovrn and Bleached Domestics, do. Drill
ings, Blue Drillings, and a great variety of Summer Stuffs;
d splendid assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, latest
styles; Berages, Berege de Lanes, Silk Tissues aud Poplins,
Print Ginghams, Jaconets, Muslins, Fans, Parasols, Gloves,
Hosiery, Jcc; Kid Tii-s, Buskins, Gaiters; Leghorn, Straw,
Palm and Kossuth Hats; all of which we will sell as low as
any house West of the Mountains. You who want THE bar
gains must be ou 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 busAss, hope to merit a
share of public patronage.
ap!5 THURSTON & BERNARD.
MILLINERY OPENING on THURSDAY, 14th OCTOBER.
. 1 II A VI just received my t all fatock of rat-
Inmu ITnfa TiMnWAr TliViliA.na Plumna T a! t-AT
r4.Tcts. ic.. a beautiful variety, and all of the TBiVor
most fashionable discriptions. Thankful to the Ladiex for
past favors and hope they will call before purchasing else
where. Fashionable dress-making, and other orders, promptly
attended to. MRS. E. LOCKIIART,
octl2 Cherry street, Nashville.
PATENT CHOPPING MaLL
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
An-articlc tchich every Fartntr stould have.
JT will grind, with one or two hoi-se power, from four to
live 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 run 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 Teanessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan and A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
lind them at J. M. Scabury's, on College street, where they
will be happy to tako orders. BOSS & ADAMS.
aug2S.
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING. COMPANY.
HAVING, at great epcynse, procured the most recently
improved machinery and tools for tho construction ot
the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern nubhc a portiou of their Datronace. n e 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 nnd 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 Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Sugar Mills of tho most recent construction, with Engines
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenance made to order at short uoticc.
In all cases wherji 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 anv size or description, with
Shafting, Mill Geuahg, Water "Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order.
Information chceifullygiven 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 tha 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 arc sure of an easy,
as;wcli as a clean shave, and of getting their liair trimmed
neatly and fashionably. Ho invites the public to continue its
favors. oct5
LOOK AT THIS!
T HAVE jusi received a large supply of Elegant Jrffi
, JL anu rasmonauie v urniiure, wmcu l am sell
ing for cash or approved paper. Great inducements
are ottered in the way ot good tuigains my motto ncing
" 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 Marblo
Top Centre Tables, Extension Dining Tables; Wash Stands,
fine and common, from SI to $23; Dessert Tables, Fancy
Work and Side Tables; Clocks, Window Shades, LocLmg
Glasses, Commodes, Hat Racks; Poplar, Sycamore, Walnut,
Cherry, Mahogany and Rosewood Bedsteads; Lounges,
Misses' Bedsteads, 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 Chairs and Rockers, ic., Ac, Ac.
Afew Guitars; also, a Harp uuitar, wnicn i
will sell at cost-
Four of Gilbert's superior Rosewood Iron-
framed Patent-Action Pianos, warranted, which 1 will sell
at reduced prices.
Manv of tho above articles were made in this city, nnd
speak for themselves, of the taste and skill of our workmen.
Furniture made at the "South Nashville Manufactory"
can be had at my store at factory prices. All those favoring
me with a call I am determined to give satisfaction.
Furniture moved with care and despatch.
je3 I. H. MORTON, Union Street
USER'S K ROADS FOR SALE.
THIS desirable property of 810 Acres of Land, S50 acres
in cultivation, 80 acres in grass, on the main road from
Nashville to Clarksville, will be sold unusually low to an ear
ly applicant, and on lime to suit purchasers Houses, Barns,
stables, Cribs, &c, all good and in good repair. This k 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
Fiser's f-S Roads, Robertson county, Tennessee.
novlS 8t w trw J. B. FISER..
REMOVAL DYAS & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, New Orleans.
HAVE removed from their old stand, 42 and 45 New
Ixjvee, to the nevf and spacious Store, 130 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 papcr; DYAS & CO.
n079tf 139 and 141 Magaiiine street, New Orleans.
JAMES CLAIBORNE,
General Steamboat and Freight Agent,
Office on Front Street, near the Ular, xVasKviUf.
KSTEREXCES.
Johnson k Smith, McCrea & Terrass, Jas. A. McAllister,
H. T. Ycatman, Sam. Seay, A. Hilmilton, Johnson & Wea
ver, A. L. Davis, and merchants generally. npvlOdAtw.
A LE. 15 Barrels ShultzXX Pale Ale, received
XA steamer Statesman, and for sale by
declO
W. H. GORDON & CO.
INFORMATION WANTED Of the whereabouts
of WILLIAM KOURK; who resided in 1838 three miles
from a place called. Ross' Landing, Tennessee, believed to
be in Hamilton county, but ho subsequently removed
therefrom. This information , desired by his daughter
Polly, who i3 now in affluent circumstances. The informer
will be amply rewarded. Direct to
GEORGE T.WALLACE,.
novSOr-lm No 111 Vine Street, Philadelphia.
E'ODGERS PEN KNIVES. 90 dozen "Josep
r Rodgers k Son's" celebrated, Pen Knives of various
patterns and prices, expressly for, city trade,, iusl received
ana offered by. ,oct27 , FALL k CUNNINGHAM.
LARET.T-50xes.in storeaud for lalebj; . .
US. ELEDfOFS ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
The Remedy over all Remedies for the Distant of the Liter
Dyspepsia, JSnlargiment and, Infiamaiion of the Spletn.
Heartburn,. Cic Flatalmce, Pile, Cmstirpation, all
distasesof tA Rowels, and'juch disease as artte from a
disorderd state, of thj Stomach, Livr or Bciuels, a
Scrofula and Sores of any kind. For General-Debility,
from tchich Ladies frequently sirtfer, ihtro is not Us
equal in the trhote Materia Medica.
rrHE inventor of this preparation was for threcycars a
JL completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
the Liver that he irasfrequently for weeks at a time unable to
roisehiinselffronihisbcd. Besought aid from physicians
at horaeand iuEtaope, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he sue-,
ceeded in curing himself. Since be has been practicing med
icine, his success: in sueh cases has been unrivalled. He
has been aware of tha incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing through the press of his own case,
uutil the character of the medicine wa3 fully established
by its success, as shown by the certificates which hav e peen
advertised.
I subjoin the certificate of Prof. M. Gaedekt, of Memphis,
Tenn? with whom I ofteu advised during the time ot my
suffering.
Memphis, Tenn., April 17, 1352.'
I hereby codify that I have beeii acquainted with ir.J
N. Bledsoa and some years ago he was reduced I -cI eve
lower than 1 have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsiaand Liver affection,
and after trying the prescriptions ot many Physicians in thia
as well as other countries, without relief, "be finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. 1).
feel satisfied it will sustain tho character we give to it in this
publication.
. HtncrsviLi.E, January 12, 1S5'J.
Ua. liLEwou: I take the liberty and fell it to be my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach aud bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
sepenor medicice. My son, aged 15 years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dvspepsia and diar
rheawhen having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, f Ielieve,
entirely cured him. MICAJAH CAYCE.
r. . Hcxtsville, Oct. 17, 1S52.
DR-ButusosSome timo has elapsed since I gave a cer
tificate that my wife had been greatn- benefited bv your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in savm.- to
tlm public that my w.fe had for three or four years Been
subjtictto the .worst kmd of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom 1 thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great manv different
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to trv
your alterative compound, I did so-and I am happy to sav"
that it has Hlltllvh nuroil hot.. A...7 I 1 .T.?. l'
-;-----v . , uuui nuiuu nuiscieniiouuiy
h.mmman,i ir (n nil . . . .. . . . . . ... . II" . . - ....
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of tl
li ver aud dyspepsia. x. B. ROBERTSON.
lie
n t, . Hu.VTsvn.LE, Sept. 29, 1851.
Ub. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of vour Alter
ative Comjiound, 1 think it my duty tesay to the public, ttiat
I had been for years subjett to spells of "Cramp Colic, iu iu
worst form; tliat I had tried almost even- thiim-that is gi
ven by physicians,, and never found any thing that would cer
tainly relieve, me, uutil I tried the above medicine, which uaa
relieved me m erery attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
-r. Gilts Cocxty, Tenn., Dec. 23 1S51
Da. Bledsoe :-I feel that I should fall short of mv duty
to you and to those who are afllicted, were I not to "further
recomineudyour Alterative Compound. It bus eutirelv re
lieved me, so tiatl have not had cause to take anvthiiic iu
two months. 1 can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my adVancJd a
Should 1 eversuirerfroni dysinmsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. I am very respectfully vour friend
ELIZABETH J. 11ARWOOD.
IIuxtsville, Ala.. August "4 1S51
This is to certify, that I had sulll-red for many years with
Dyapcpsia aud Diseasos of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben
efit, when 1 commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the aame happy effect upon others of my acquaint
auce- JOSEPH CAROTIIEUS.
t i, o IfomviLLE, Ala., March S, 1S52.
De. Bled30e:-S,R: Judging from the certificate you
have i Iready advertised, it will be almost unneewsan-for me
to add further evidence m regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I must say, that for years 1 suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak'
mg jour compound aoout nine weeks since, and liavc gained.
2s or SO pounds, and feel about as well as J ever did
HENRY J. GOFF.
nnSw9 nicdicinc is kept for sale at the office of
iJJihLtoUfc,, and at the Drug-Stores ofDURYFE t W
MOVIL SP0T3W00D k YEKGER, and J. COOPER k
CO. fcaTPrioeSl 50 per pint Bottle. novlS Iyd tr
A J. JttUSSELMAN & CO.
Tobacco Manufacturers, College st. near Broad, NashviUe
TTTi .are manufacturing Tobacco from Tennessee, Ken-
V V tucky and Missouri Leaf, which we are prepVuvd to
sell as low and warrant as good as the same price anS quali
ty otlobacco can be imported from anv other place. Th
purchaser will tan at east freight and cargo by 'purchasing
trom us with the additional security of a home coiuern &
mate good any Tobacco sold that may pro? T different from
manufiuro!,a,SCUted- W ocTur
120 Bores pound I.ump various brands-
135 do live " '
75 " " A. J. Mussalman k Co's brand;
25 Sevcnu '
50 FF pound
20 " X . u .
f.W -j P " extra fine;
7 Nectar Leaf n '
June 27-tljau'58 A. J. MUSSEUU N & cpA
MYERS & McGILL. .
DBi.LElM t KYUKr DESCR1ITIOX OT
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods
vi:yt tircei, one aoor utA of the Square.
JL X. JUi JiV .JL.
may be
found at all times
a large assort
ment of Winches
ter's , Davis k
June's, k Myers'
Patent Should sr.
Seam Shirts, of
Linen, Muslin,
with Linen Bo
soms, G ingham,
& French Chintz,
Standing and Byrou Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked
Silk. Gashmcre. Viconia. Cotton and Canton Flannel, f.
ladies and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gutters, Gloves,
ivin
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, osh Norma,;
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Waferfords, Albert,
De Joinvillc's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting, Cravats,
Scarfs, Blade and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk-, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
mg Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Mousy, Riding and
Strengthening Belts, Robe de. Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Boxas, To ,
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies. Fans, Writing Desk
Cigar Cases,- Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Goods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, kc, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
nishing Stores. , (
J3? Wehavemadearrangemcnts with our friends at tho
North to forward ue Goods as soon as received by tliem,
therefore we shall have goods here in lessthaii ten day
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS k McGlIJVS.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. ' octll
UNION HALL!
ACTON YOUNG, having become associated with ?SjV
D. Y. Winston in the superintendence of this Jiijig
House, would respectfullyinvitetiis numerous acquaintances
and the public generally to give him a call. V
Attached to the House is a good Stable for tho accommo
dation of Horses.
The business of the House wil hereafter be conducted in
the name of D. Y. WINSTON k CO.
All porsons wishing to travel by Railroad, Steamboat or
Stage, will meet with prompt attention.
The best of order observed. Charges moderate. Market)
Street. novl
ALISONIA SHEETINGS 20 bales 4-4 Alisonia
Brn. She ngs, in store, and for sale bythe bale only.
octs W. H. GORDON k CO.
DELPIT'S SNUFF. A. DELl'IT'S Rose and Miio
cuba Snuff, just received by
oct 23 aq EWIN, BROWN k CO.
EXCHANGE & BANKING. OFFICE OF D. PEARL & C0-
NORTH-WEST corner of the Public Square, near Plant
era' Bank, Nashville, Tenn.
135" We are drawing Sight Checks on all the' principal
cities of the East, South and West at tho lowest rates, "in
sums to suit-purchasers."
We buy all kinds of current and nncurrent Bank
Notes at moderate rates.
tST We .buy South Carolina, Georgia and Iiorth Carolina
Bank Notes, at a very small discount
gf We will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon
ies at a fair premium. T
ISf We have Gold and Silver for sale will attend rt
collections remitting oa any point requested at Bank rate,
charge but ( por cent, commissions
Ve are taking, Bank of East Tennessee the same aa
other Tennessee Bank Notes. fjanl7
D. S. & W. H. WOODWARD;
Forwarding;' and Commission Merchants, and.
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid to filling orders Office, over the
store of W. T. Smith & Co, No., 63 Magarine stre t
Oct 8, 1852-Sm frew Orleans.
BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commisnon
J5?They keep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala. .
rr-Ilfs. FRENCH, AgenV-Naahyill u Mthriied ro

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