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m. c c. cnnnczL I mabuxg. CHURCH & MARLING, i'roprictors. THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers :it the following rates: Single copies, one year inadyanc?. $2 .".I; witbH.flieyear$8 00; atthe end .of the year $4 0. Ctx BS-Of fire and npwnfa-$2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six months at iLc foregoing ift'e. The TRI-WEBKLY is pWfcd every Tuesday, Thursdy il SaimtUy, $3 fv annum id adnata; it not paid Sn ad van cat $6. T TlATT.V i,- nubUftiied mt Defers. -rTHK MONEY IN ALL CASES TO AGCOMIJANY SlB3CRIPTI0KS.S -.V Jt 'Umm of swb9optwR3 may be made'by rn.il at oar. r. t. o p ,per will be Mat aief tho Sifite unloM the order is v.c c j ipaukai witk the oMii. STEAMBOATS. ST. L0UB3 AND NASHVILLE WEEKLY PACKET r iLENDII) l'lwsengw Steamer, Alco- PSW' h mi, Cxrr. Jamw Iiw.l Tiiisfinc Ufigg1 5r vainer will ike the plnocof the V oft New- h3SS53 t f.i Lc'weeu Xli ville to St. Louis on the first rise ol water. Ji'j'.-rcntirelv new, iinMirpted for speed and nccommoda- t.n is, uiid every way adapted to the above trade, lor winch -'. - l.'a-" been purchwied, a share of the travelling pation :i - 11 respeclluHv touched. " ill order entrusted to her will be filled with care and , ,V;ahy. A. HAMILTON, t Agent FOR CINCINNATI; LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE, rpHE magniffioent new steamer, SAM. I CLOON, Sam. Clock, Jr., Madder. This ,1.1 sloainluMt t'V 1 llPI WttV hel'C -tiwirc trade this season, It -J.il Vlwir l, ... . " , . , k-v.ng Nashville every alternate Saturday at 4 ocIocK, r 11 ul leaving Cincinnati ererv alternate Saturday at 11 oV.ock, P.M. The "Sam Cloon is unsurpassed in her ac c.ai.-a.lAUons, by any steamer afloat and 1 solicit for her a s'iare of public patronage. A. HAMILTON, nor . AEent- NSW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET. s ESlflD New PaengerSieamer II. It. YY . 11111, lyapwuil a. n. -r.", tfifTmg&t V tons burthen. this magmncem otraui-.R2j3Ei er now bjing completed at New Albany, wdl take her place i j the above trade as soon as navigation opens. . . The Hill is entirely new, of the largest class, and is, m cv erv res-wet, equal to any Stei!inbot ou the estern waters. She has been built under the superintendence of her cxpe r.enced Captain, and has all improvements required by the 1 .1- law A pUn of her Cabin can be seen and state-rooms by application to A. HAMILTON, Agent, cct-t Market Street. Mr THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for t! e Hill in New Orleans, and give his best attention to the i.'irchase of Merchandise ordered by her. A- U. BEGULASASSEHGEE-S1TEAMEE BETWEElf NASH- VILLE AND NEW ORLEANS. rplIE swift and superior Steamer Nash 1 ville. Thos. 15KLi.vi.Eit, Coinmander, Jjffy .; lwume her place m the alxtvc trade on SSSSmCt the tirst rise of wator, leaving Nashville every three weeks Uiroujrhout Jhe season. r lue NanhviHe is iiisunsed by any Boat in thetradefor Bale s, co.nlbitup.d convenience. V t.ian til her Cabin may oe seen an(ioiaiu-ioui0i;j.i;i.-u aihentionto .IAS. A. McALLKTEtt & CO Agis bv aj o i omer oi nwu uuu vuncgv r TiinTiC it Mir.TnV will act as Asent for t"io ash ville in New Orleans, and give his best attention to th ,urchae ot .MereliaiiQise orueivu u . . .7. A. McA & C'U. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE BEGTT 1 LAE WEEKLY PACKETS. ' SHK splendid new J-asaenger bteaincrs, r8 A I si'ATKS3iAN,H.G-M,CoM.vs, Mas- te1 t r. M VTTlli WAYNE, C. T. Readep- a3rSB I ,:cr will make regular trips in the above Trade; leaving t IV i''NATl everv Veixesday, at 1 o'clock; and leiving N vil VILLK everv 'IYksdav, at 1 o'clock. " The above Boats having been built expressly for tlie Tr vie will t ike their ltlaces assoon as navigation opens, and w il be Uiankful fur orders for Merchandise, and promise to give satisfaction to all who may cnt1b,g!i.gre- II. T. YE ATM AN, sept U -6m .AFnt SOUTHLAND, 1 PADUCAH AND NASHVILLE WED bJil iv MT RATIIRTlAY PACKET. I Odd Fcllon-, CAPT. .10. C, LEAhh. UJR . i i v.v Si., mi ,.ir fift trm on Sat- -ts-w ur:aythe 27th instant, at to a. m., aim m , ... th above trade, leaving Nashville on Wcdna lays and hat urda. s, at 10 A. M. and leaving Paducah on 1 hnrsdays and Mondays at 4 P. M. T , The ODD FELLOW has been purchased by Capt. Leake, tor the above trade. Her accommodations for pasfonger r.ro not surpassed by any pacKeiou w"-'""" " n.gh'rC f imbHC 1,at' TAMILTON, Agent. POR BURKS VILLE AND WAITSBORO'. REGULAR EIGHT DAY PACKET. 1 The liriit draught fust ninning pasen- 4tf.-jWjtga rr Packet REPUBLIC, M. G. McCallistkb, 53feSSSa ilastcr, will make legular eiglit day trips m the above trade during the season, chipper and passengers may rely upon Dunciualitv of this boat for freight or passage. Apply on board or to JAMES CLAIUUUNL, Ago t, decJD n w a r. nx rant st. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE PACKET. rnUH unsunwssed fast runnine iaasenger ft 1 steamer ENVOY-, Tnos. Rodoehs, Mas- JbSte tcr has taken the place of Uks steamer eajSsgcgSR! Mattie Wayne and will make regular trips in the above trade during the season. Tw.ii Leaving Cincinnati even' other V dnesday.al 4 o clock, M. NaaUnlle everv other Tuesday, at 4 o clock, 1 . M. Tl e above boat is entirely new and for speed and accom modation isuniMrpied. 1 will be thanktul for all orders, and respectfully solicit for her 3cffifiJ& j tnt a en Agent, Front St. " UNITED STATES HAIL LINE. New York and Charleston Steam Packet!!. TUT. WEEKLY r. T EAVES Adgcr's Whai". es every Salurday-T; t . i i'nrinJlnv Tin. iieiv iuiiI Milondid SSrvi1 Sicainships Union, Captain liictwra Auams, i,yw iou, Clarion. CaiHHin M. Berry, 1,2W tons, Southerner, Uj tarn r. lW', l.ouo tons, .las. Adger, Captain J. Dm en'son 1 5-H) tons, as follows: Steamship Union, April 0, at .o'clock; Steamship Southerner, March 16th and'iith, . .i.i.j.. Unnn AIf.!i l Stli smd 57th. If2 o clock: flliu II umiv.iBji - -i --- - - - - - Steamship i James Adger.now finishing, will be placed m the line early in April. For freight or passage, apply to the office of the Agent, , xonngn j -fe.ii. HKXIIV MISROON, a,)5tny CornerEast Bay and Adger's Whan cs. JUST RECEIVED 300 Kegs Nails; 20 oasks Ix)iidon Porter, quarts and pints; 10 baxas Jenkins' fine Teas, put up in metuhc -pound boxus; 80 boxes M R:RaiBms,-fresh; 20 do Champagne, superior article; J. llaSKS "lie vuiru iujiuj "ii' , a ' 5 half-casks Port Wine, superior article; - tf 700 barrels Cincinnati Flour; s 4 ' r0 ilo bt Louis ao; 300 do Pike's Magnolia Whisky; 100 do Deive & Naysal's do; Widi many other nrticlcs too tedious to mention, which wc will sell clieip fer cash, nor 1 WEAKLY & RUTHERFORD. "NOTWITHSTANDING the great advance in the prices x of all metals, the subscribers continue to sell their large stock of Stoves, Grates, Hollow ware. &c, for cash, or on short credit, at the same low prices thaCthey have sold them during the past year. We have m sttire, and for sale, a full supply of our cele brated Wrought Iron Stow, of all ekes, warranted to give satisfaction. Premium Stoves, No, 2, 3, and from the celebrated Foundries of W. C. Davis & Co., Campbell, Ellison & Co., of Cincinnati, and Nicholsou fc Payne, of Pittsburg. Those Stove3arctUiMieofthe best hanging rook iron; smoothe m the castings and elegant in appearance, and at least equal if not superior to auy other castings made in the west Just received, and more expoeted, a lot of I me AHntlt Grate, with elyptic fenders. Also, Mantle Grntijs ol cheap- r ty'toCfrienial Oval StoM, a handsome, oniamontal Stove. The Xcte Parlor Store, three diffeieat sizes, for coal or wood. OfiiccStovci and Grales of all kinds. Our priaS for every article, either of our own manufacture or that wo offer for sale, are as low as the lowest Our conds are warranted to be of the best manufacture, and can not be excelled any where in the Union. Those wishing to buywill do well to examine the quality of our wares and our prices before purcliasing elsewhere. Wc are receiving daily accessions to our stock. d0C16 SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO. G ASTOR OIL. 7C1 gallons No. Castor Oil, received and lor sale uy f!lL. W, E. HARRIS & CO. Commission 31 c r c h n n t, XACOX, GA., Recoiveon consigninentaudseU all kinds ofl'noDUCz. decO 8 " NINETf-TWO ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE. I WILL sell ninety-two acres of Land on the Franklin and Nashville Turnpike, seven miles from Nitshville, the growth or timber is black walnut, sugar tree, hack-berry black locust.hickory and papa w.thcre are two beautiful build in" sites. Fourteen acres cleared land, the balance in tim ber. The soil is not surpassed by auy in tins country. dec'is-wtf W. H. PHILIPS. irSTRAY, Hickman county. Taker up bvMil Hford 31. Lenard, 5th district, a BAY COLOIIED HORSE, supposed to be C or 7 years old, some raddlo spots, dark mane and tail, legs dark color from knee down, with a white ring round the left hind foot, shod all round; appraised at ?30, November IS, 1852. dec20 wS R. DEBh, Ranger. THE VOL. XVIII. AARON STRETCH. AAEON STEETCH, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY, ffft&ntt: QterrySte., opposite State Bank, A-v- NASHVILLE, TENS. HAVING enlargell lus Store and received most cf his Eastern purchases, he invites the attention of persons needing articles in his line fo give him a call. His stock: comprises one of the finest assortments of Drugs, .lleili cincs, Perfumery, Fancy Articles, &c., ever brought to tins market Consisting in part of the following uriiclos viz LuVin's genuine imported extract (the most popular kinds;) Mailly's Paris Toilet Soaps; . c.. Rousells Brown Ominibus, ?oncine and loilet Soaps, 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, Alcbohol; Bermuda Arrow Root, Balsam Tolu, &c Ton-ether with a full assortment of other articles in his Hnal, of which will mUQ STORE, fgljO Corner of Union and Qherry streets. PERFUMERY, PANCY AETICLES, &c. BANDOLINE for the hair; Curling Fluid; "Macassar Oil ; Beat's Oil in large and small bottles; Pomatum, in china, earthern and glas3 pots; Ox Morrow, " " " , ' " . -. . Compound Or Morrow. A valuable oleapnous mixture, composed of purified Ox Marrow and Hazle Nut Od, com bined with grateful perfumes; Beef Marrow, in small and large bottles; Rose Hair Oil, hi fancy bottles; Pomatum, in sticks, (white and black;) Hair Gloss. This new and valuable preparation, entirely free from crca3ine3s, is especially adapted to the ladies toilet; Eau Lustral. The art or Perfumers has. never produced a better preparation for the nair, whether we regard its fra-jn-ance, or its power of instantaneously cleusmg the hair End 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 Roe; Tooth Powder, in turned woad boxes; Cosmetic Cream for beautifying the complexion, and pre 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 hps; Pearl Powder, in round and square boxes; Lily White, in round and squnie boxes ; MeenFun, or Chinese Skin Powder; Powder Puffs, in single boxes; ' , ' " " double " with cushions; ' - Sachets, various sizes; Vinegar Kouge Rouge in pots ; Pink Saucers; - Cachou Aromatic; Paztillos, for burning m sick rooms aminupuiungutni..w".. odor; Preston Salts, in cut glass bottles; " screw top " For -ale by A. STRETCH, Dntgejut, ,nay7 Comer Union and Cherry sts. J. M. Z1MEEMAN. J. M. Z I M E R Itl A N , Wholesale Drugaist and Pharmaceutist, Oil'-' Or 1 1 1 r . xj.u. -v . i ' -"'"..-'", f T . i-r "VTnrv-r i n A. nnnRS raoit the Square, Makket ct., jNasiimllu, HAS just received, by the late rise of water, a large and unusually fine stock of Drugs, medicines aiM Chemicals, SimmcAL, MiDwiFcur and AvaIomical Ixsthumexts; Paints, Oils, Window Gi..vss,T.vnNisnES, Spices, Glasswaue, anu Stonewahe; Yaint, Vauxish, Coacu axd Artist Bbcsiies; Dye-Stoffs, PniiFOMniiY, Fancy axi Vlais Soaps; Fine Tooth and Hair Brushes; Letter and Cap Paper; Steel Puns, Inks, &c; Tobacco, Snuffs, and Cigars; Powder, Shot, Lead and Safety Fuse; Pure Wines, Brandies, Spiiuts, &c; Landueth's Gar den Seds; Tanners' Oil, Brushes, Lampblack, Ac. !.., 7 needing any of the above articles, will dowcll t M ..tli'e above stock before purchasing elsewhere, as lliev will find it as extensive, of prime quality, (if not lower) as fow as any other House in Tennessee. Also, Sole Wholesale Agent for Ayers Cherry Pectoral, ti.Mi:- u..i.;n lM.nm MpTirvni Miistant' Liniment, iiuauis i uiuwuin ........... , , . - Canton Tea Company's Teas, Dr. J. S. Houghton s Pepsin, fta-,. J. M. Z. would also inform his friends, &c, JllfSrthat he will hereafter be assisted in his business bv Mr. MORTlMliK JUUllia iaie oi ra n'.... I. llnmillnn wild tin's hpfn for Iirill OI .UClilll) u. i..w..i..u.., --- a number of years past extensively and favorably known m the Drug line. . C UPERIOR ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET. V j .Vocuey Club J'omaile, Iiow's Celebrated do, 1. Tl....lo An Kehada . do. ) for the-Hair. Balm of Columbia, Genuine Bear's Oil, llnnpl's Enti Lutra1c. Linnid and Solid RouEfC! Frencli and Fancy Soaps -Low's celebrated Honey Soap ; Rousscl's and Hauel's Fancy Soap; r;. , v- Fino and Dressing Combs; ....'. , Plain and Fancy Hair Brashes; ! Lubin's Genuine Extracts; , ' . McenFun; " American and French Toilet Powders; Fancy Chalks; Asisortcd Dentifrices; Pomade Divines, for chapped skins; Tooth Brashes, Fancv and Plain. Just received by f'decSOl J. M. ZIMERMAN. -T7fVlNlOW GLASS. Window Glass of all sizes and VV of sunerior quality received and for sale low by novlO J- ZIMERMAN. OD LIVER OIL. Trash's Magnetic Ointment. j Just received by rdcc2Ql J. M. IMfaRMAlN. MINIATURE R'ORIES. Artists uanvass, art ists' Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev ery Shade. Just received by T.rmMV .m J. M. ZTMERMAN. . . . ...a y- I 1 TOL.m.'.i ut a vt WTTITE T.P.AD. 10 bbls Oil iin koM Fahncstock's White Lead. J ust reeeivea ana torsa.e tow mr easu SeJIOKLNG TOBAGGOr i 590 Rolls very old. and rTSli; 100 doz. Cut, in papers; 50 do. Scafarlatti Turkish; Just received and for sale low by aprilSO J. M. ZIMERMAN. DRS. C. K. & J. D. WINSTON. . OFFER their services to the citizens of Nashville and vi cinity in practice of Mcdicineand Surgery. Office on Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee. Dr. J. D. Winston's residence, tlie house lately occupied by Mr. Armstcad, ou Vine street, between Church and Broad IRON FENCING, At the Siirn of the Spread Eagle, College Street THE undersigned is now prepared to execute ail kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing. p Vjinnv Stnn. Balccnv 1 i.V V. I VI I . 1 1 7 . ' 1 ' j . : J t. l,:i: AT.- ..-..1- .III lw. r.vrw.nfn1 rt TVOll ana erunuau nuiim. .'. . v.....w. .. as any of that brought from the Eistcra Cities, and at prices as low as the same article can be procured elsewhere. All kinds of Blacksmith Work aHhc shortest notice. The public arc requested to give tnc a c3and examine my pat terns and prices. I will endeavor toivc the utmost satis faction. WILLIAM STEWART, CollegaSlreet, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville. marl tf '' A PROCLAMATION. KNOW all men bv 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, atthe CUMBERLAND HOTEL, foot of Broad street, directly at thcsleamboatland ing, Nashville, Tenn. The public is respectfully solicited to give this house one trial, ami if experience does not prove it to be equal to the lest and the cheapest Hotel in the city, the subscriber will ever after hold his peace, J. L. GRACE T S Ba a"ts take- to and from steamboats free of charge. IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDSTEADS. rpHE undersigned would call the attention of the public to 1 Hinkley's Improved Patent Elastic Wire Bottom Bed stead, for making which wc have purchased the right for Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to see it .will please can at our Waie Rooms, cc-oftervg PT-Wc also keep constantly on hand eycry variety of Cabinet Furniture, of the best material and manufacture, which we will sell as cheap as any other regular manufactu rers in the citr. 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 the best workmen. -McU & I. julylO tf De BOW'S SOUTHERN AND WESTERN REVIEW. aioutliIylndu.trial and Literary -Journal, PUBLISHED IN NEW-ORLEANS AT 5 PER ANNUM. ary Edition Bound, 1341? $0 3 ? fti c-25. BRUSHES. White Wash, Dusting, Crumb, Cloth, Blaek, Pope's Head, Horse, Tanners', Printers, gar nish, Blue, Paint, &c, of assorted sizes. Just received by ,,,20 J. M. .lJiriltJlAs. NASHVILLE, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1853. INSURANCE. THE UNITED HREIfiEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 01 :' NASHVILLE. OjCVlTAL 100,000 DOLLARS!! Chartered by the State. i - r- 1 1 ?o THIS Company navmg tuny viuitu, now ready to take risks on all aesenp-'ggp ure, Hisoagaiusi ui "' " ; icraiion. r.niuui .u. ... - - office ol the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St A. W. JOHNSON, President J. S. Dashiell, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct 8, 1552. COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COJsIPANY. CHAT.LESTON, SOUTH CAKOUJf A. Capital 8250,000: All Paid In. I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, Fire, River Risks, on the most favorable terms. A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be seen at theoHice of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com pany, on College street. PseplS JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and opposite the Verandah, will insure ou the mutual prin ciple, Houses, Merchandize, &c., against Loss or Damageby Fire: Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of ever- 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 Notes trans mitted per mail. . All persons having their lives or property insured in tnis Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre miunis which they may pay. M. S. PILCHER, President, J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President. C. J. F. Whartox, Secietary. TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL 3150,000. OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank. They will make insurauce on Houses and Goods of every de scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire and the risk of the river; ou 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. janl iETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT. Chartered in 1319. Capital 30,000: all plid in. Assets invented in January lad $AS9,000. S. L. L00JI1S, Scc'v. TUO. K. BRACE, Pres. rpUE undersigned has been appointed Agent of this Com JL pany one of the oldest and most able in the United States, having nearly or quilehaif a million of Dollars safely invested at this time for the safety of policy-holders and is prepared to issue Policies on as favorable terms as any other responsible office, on Dwellings, Stores, ManufactunngEs tablishraents,andall other kinds of Buildings; on Household Furniture and Merchandise in general, cither 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. Planters Bank. mayg INSURANCE ON NEGROES. "TTOUSE Servants, Farm Hands, Steamboat Firemen, Jl Cabin Boy?, Ac, at customary raies oi rreuuuui. Policies issued and losses promptlyadjusted at tlie Nashville Acciict. JOSEPH NASH, Agent, Etna insurance company oi naruuiu wmtc . w.u.- ncr Public square, opposite rianiers iuuk.. rpHE Franklin Insurance Co.. of Louisville JL Ky., continues to taKe risns on nuns anu cargoes- ui Steamboats on Western waters, on Cargoes of Ships by Sea. Also insure buildings or stocks of goods or Furniture m buil lings in City or Country. JAS TRABUE. President W Riddlk, Sec'y april 29 6m. ii. g. scovel: H. G. SOOVEL, "DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY", 'Forth Side of the. PuUic Square, 3 doors West tin i' . -1 .! Tlnil rinnlar in n.i itMicfina l eriu. ni.1 . ...w.v, .rami?, ......w-, - - - . Powder. Oils, DyeStufls, Fancy Articles, Shot, arnishes, Glass, Glassware, Lead, Surgical and Dental Instruments, Utero Abdominal Sup porters and Trusses, Wachita Oil Stones, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Wines, Brandies, and Porter, exclusively for me dicinal purposes. Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Herd's Grass, Hemp, Canary and Flax Seeds. I,2u0 lbs refined Saltpetre; 5,400 lbs Spanish Whiting; 1,400 lbs Epsom Salts; 2,000 lbs " cnetian 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 Wafer 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 and ground in Oil; 10 bbls Eddie's Chemically refined Lampblack; 60 bbls Hydraulic Cement, (best;) 1,500 lbs Alum; 500 lbs Indigo, (warrantc-;) 1,000 lbs Madder, (prima;) In store and for side, low for cash, by gCp. H. G. SCO YEL. DOZ. CATAWBA WINE, for Church and Medi ci Tiile u-ini. is tlm mire iuice of the frr.'oe. and, as such, commends itself to those who desire a pure ar ticle. J? or sale by scp n. tf.awtiiu TTSSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER. Brown's P J received direct from tnc jianuiaciurcr. r or saie dv ep4 IL G. SCOVEL. STARCH POLISH. For rendering Shirt .Collars and Bosoms glossy and smoothv For sale'by M'll , - TDREAST PIPES, Nipple Shfills, Gum Elastic Breast Syringes, Gum Elastic Game Bags, Female Syringes, Spccu lumVagi. For sale by F-cp4 II. G. SCOVEL. I )U UAi...i30 j -- X get a good stand sow in fall and winter months. lor sale by sepj - r BBLS TIMOTHY SEED. For sale by Q sept H. G. SCOVEL. r ROUND PAINT BRUSHES, Varnish Brushes, UT fash Tools, l-orsaieoy H.0.SCOVEL. TTlCVDUATJEO MAGNETIC VT Galvanic Curative?. For sale by. sepl MACHINES, II. G. SCOVEL. TRANSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL. ryMIE departments of this School have been filled and ex- 9 . " ... . i j .1.. tr mnn to Tl X tenrted bv the appointment oi me wm. muiau jj tOTJnl who has lonir been a successful instractor in va nous branches of the Law, to the professorship he has aa nmif.wf Thf. furiiltv thpnfnrR consists of The Hon. GEORGE ROBERTSON, (late Chief Justice of Kentucky,) Proicssor ot uonstiiutiouaiiaw, -quuy, juna- sor of the Common Law, Elementary and Practical, iu ntiiflinrr Vlp-irlmrr and Evidence. The Horn THOMAS B. MONROE, (Judge of theU. S. Dis- met Court tor KentucK-,) rroiessoroi jivu, auoiuu fviminnl nnd Conunereial Law. And M. C. JOHNSON, Adjunct Professor, who will attend the class in the casual absence ol tne regular noiessors. Tho M-fntPt-spssinn of this School will commence, as usual nn Hip i5t. nf November, and will be prolonged to fivo in stead of four months, as heretofore. This extension of the session will enable the Professors to give a more extensive nn.l tlinmnrrh rnnrstt of instruction, which will be carried on principally0 by daily examination in designated portions of tlie lext D0OKS, Willi sucu layuiuaiiuua u.iu may be deemed necessary, and also by Moot Courts, for pleading nud tlie discussion OI legal questions, anu uy re quiring from the students written exercises in drawing up bonds, deeds and other legal instruments, arguments and . .... .. . i a... i .... ...ill i - l. f.nnA;ni Opinions. J.11C atienuon oi iubsiuuuhui nm uiou ue oijtoi.w- lv ilinr.tfd to the history of Jurisprudence, and to Civil His tnw nnvmnpetpd with thenroirress of the Law, and to the Federal Courts. The books will be principally such as have been heretofore used, to be furnished by the students. Thn. PTtpnsinn of the session and of the course of instruc tion will produce $ome increase in the cost of the Professor's tickets, the particulars of which will be hereafter announced. It is expected that there will be a second session of five months in each year, and in fact that arrangements will be made for a continuance of regular study and exercises during the whole year, bv such students as may desire it. Diplo mas will be granted at the end of each session to such as are . . . i . - iv "i r r. intrvenv louudquauuea to receive mem. ouu.wu.i, (Hi2i trtf Chairman Board Trustees. T7VLOORING PLANK-20,000 feet Cedar Flooring Plank for sale by vr .!. aulS. DiRECToia. Alex. Allison, John M.JIill, F. B. Fogg, G JJ. Fogg, W. R. Elliston, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam liel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock. prauence anu rieaiung, ami me oi wum;. The Hon. THOMAS A. MARSHALL, (late Chief Justice and now Judge of the Court of Appeals of Ky.,) Profes VILLE . CARDS, &C. JOHNSON & SMITH, Dealers in Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving and For warding Merchants, Steamloat Agents, &c, aF"1! BROADWAY, NASHVILLE. HAD. STRACTON. G. P. SillTH. A. W. J0HX30N. 8TRATT0N, SMITH & Co., Wiisleiale Grocers and CorixQissiaa. Mercnasta, Corner of Broad and Jaarket Sirettt, NASHVttLE, TENN., HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart ment of our bu3ines3 to Jlr. JIadison Strattox, the same will from this date be conducted under the style of STRATTON, SMITH & Co. at our old stand, on the comer of Marsetand Broad street's. Our stock, now ample, will be kept so by large accessions every few days, to which we invite the attention and so licit a call from merchants in the country as well as city dealers, being determined to sell as low as any house h. the city. Our terms cash and cash only, apr i, 1852. JOHNSON & SMTIM. AND. J. DUNCAN, Late op Shepherd, Duncan & Co., I Auction and Commission Merchants, 1 NASHVILLE, TENN. TTTHOLESALE Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, , V V Umbrellas, and for the sale of Merchandize generally, either at private or public sale. Will have Regular Monthly Sales at Auction, and solicit consignments of 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. jario tfj AND. J. DUNCAN. EAMAGE & CHURCH. Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shos3, Hats, Caps, Trnnks, Valises and Carpet Bags, College street, Nashville, Tens. S. S. WILLIAKS, AGENT OF JOHN WEIIAMS, . 87 Gravier Street, New Orleans, HAS taken an office on College street, on the second floor, above the Jlerchants' Insurance and Trust Com pany, and is prepared to make cash advances on all Cotton, Tobacco, &c, consigned to said House, or to iumisu supplies to Planters or others who wish to ship to New Orleans. ' sen2 tm - 1 A. HAMILTON, Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Commission Merchant, oris NASHVILLE, TENN. K. J. MORRIS. THOS. E, STRATTON. MORRIS & STRATTON, (Successors to Lanier, JIoruis & Co.,) Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Wholesale Grocers, Corner of Jfarid and Clarl; Street?, Xashtille. WE have now in store a large stock of Groceries, Li Wines, etc.. which will be sold nt the lowest market prices, for cash or barter sepl7 i CEO. W. SEAT. TnOS. C BATES. S. DECHEED. SEAY, BATES & CO., C03IMISSION 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. feb2-l: A CARD. .... I HAVE this day associated win me in the Saddling m siness mv son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in future' will be conducted in the name of J. D. March & Son. Al persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come up and make payment J. D. MARCH. I . 1 . . a i.i i i r t T , I 3r 'ilianktul tor the liDerai snare oi patronage macui- lore, a continuance oi tnc sumu ja icaiictiin.t muu'vu. janS J. D. JIAlfCn & SON. OUVER P. JI'rORERTS. ALEX.. E. ll'jCEE. M'ROBERTS & M'KEE, Wholesale Grocers and Commission . M E R C II A N T S . MARKET ST., i Doors from BROAD ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. April 29, 1852 ly NEW ORLEANS. A CARD. T ENJAMIN F. SHIELDS Ai C O., navmg per 1" mnnontlv lncntpil themselves at New Orleans, offer their services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants and General Agents, and solicit consignments oi an kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that the; can i :il .i:.rnni!nii rtoll ii.lt-i nidi, nntrnatr fltplr infpr- aim win Klu "" -.....- est to their caie. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held sacred and promptly remiueu. l S. lixtensive artangements maue mr me receiving aim r... ..i..,i;,. f .rori- sni'pips nf JIpTfilmndise. at reduced rates. from charges at this point. Orders for Groceries and Insur- ancc UlSKS, WIUIIPC COliecllOU ui uius, i.uia. ivv.., auciiucu r .:i,.,4 i.in,- HEN.T. F. SHIELDS k CO. IU IWUIUUtUlilMJi augl2 ly riULLAIIOMA LOTS. The undersigned has laid . JL off blocks ol Ixts, 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 in the site of the town, besides the most healthy atmosphere and purest tree stone watcr.a most excellent spring of Chalybeate Water, sup posed to be mixed with White Sulphur. niaylS " li-iji-V-u jiw-jiib, cufc. SOUTHERN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING C0NPANY Of Nashville, 'T'YTOULD inform the citizens ot .ashviueana VV i,n mililin thrnnrrliniit the south west. nTTT.T) inform the citizens of Nashville and r!w , , t -o-----.-,t. ,. . , that they have coimnenceu Dusmesa ui me ii-muu of S. V. D. Stout. few doors south of the public sqt stand sauare. where they manuacture all kinds of Coaches, Carnages, Bugoies, Ac, which they will sell low and on liberal terms. Then- work is of the finest order, and will compare favora bly with any im riifucturcd north or south. They have se lected their maUiial with great care, and having the best of wood and iron ii Tennessee, they will warrant their work, in point of ele&iV.y and durability, not to be excelled by any. They hopi Vo receive a share of public patronage and shall spare no truYjc or cost to induce all that may be in want of Carriages, to buy of them in preference of sending north for their worx. , j-. Repairing done by experienced workmen on liberal terms. r ' E. N. BASSETT, Pres- 'marclf5--wdtnvi2m. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. JUST received thi3 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 arc requested to call and examine, as they may expect great bargains. sepS W. J1EREDITH. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, FALL STOCKFOR1852. THE undersigned are now in receipt ol their enure stock of HARDWARE and CUTLERY for the -r- n m j r.A :n oniimir tlio nttpntinn nf the mer- chants ot Tennessee, i.emuch.y,uiiuxuiiu .u, stock now in store, they feel confident that it will be found to compare favorably, both as to quantity and assortment, with that of any other Hou?e in the country. Experience has already demonstrated to the satisfaction of a large majority of dealers in this section of t he country, that in the article of Hardware at least, the Nashville mar ket is preferable to those of New lork and Philadelphia; for the simple reason that this description of goods will not bear the heavy expenses of transportation which must nec- i 1 .1 1 T. AlnKnmn f r T It ill 1" essanly accrue wneu urouguk miuugu u. v.ua... . roads. The undersigned are.also enabled to place then cus- i it'WIt jUn tinivltiGinir in nnr nin- tomcrs on er market uiiiiui leu uiicl. w j leans without touching New York, thus enabling them to of- for their goods at a smaii aavance on mipui muuu w. Jlerchants, Blacksmiths, Caipenters, &c, visiting Nash ville are invited to call and examine their stock before pur chasing. , ... Feathers, Wool, Beeswax and Ginseng received in ex change for Hardware and in payment of debts at the high est market prices. PALI. & CUNN INGHAM, septll College street.Nashville, Tennessee. THE following comprises a portion of our large stock of Hardware, unsurpassed in variety by any house in tlie West : Collins' Axes; Stirrup Irons; Warranted Axes of otherBridlc Bitts; . brands; Augers and Chisel; Anvils and Vices; Plaines of all kinds; Bellows and Screw Plaf es; Hand Saws, Draw Knives; Hand and Sledge Hammars; Hatchets and Hand Axes; Table and Pocket Cutlery; Jlill and Cross-cut Saws; Razors, Shears, Scissors; Single and double barreled Currv-Combs; Shot Guns; Padlocks; Rifiles, complete; Files and Rasps; Chains of all kinds; Sifters and Coffee Jlills; Cotton Cards; Toetherwith many other articles too numerous to men tion. FALL & CUNNINGHAM, sepll College street, Nashville. Carpeting and Oil Cloths at Reduced Prices Per Cash Only. . WJIERED1TH would call the attention of the parties . that want Carpets, Oil Cloths, and JIatting, at re duced prices to his stock, which will be sold at less than any other establishment in this city. septS TAILORING. The public are notified, that the uu dersigned have entered into co-partnership for the pur f .: iha T-ATT YVRINTtt TtTTSrVKSS in tho of public patronage, as we aro determined to"get our work up in the very best stylo. R- CARY, Sept 14,182. W. Me8L9UGH from the fact thatjtheir European goods being all lio mnniifnrtiirprs bv WaV cf New Or- shop formerly occupied by Jlr. Wm. Anderson, on Deade rif.Sh-nof niwr tlm Sflimm. Wft rsnectfullv solicit a share UNION, NO. 2?A. CTJRREY & MARTIN. RICHARD O. CURRET. CURES Y JAUES G, HAUTIX. & MARTIN. Wholesale and Retail Dru agists, UhicJi Street, Kashville, Ttr.r MEDICAL SADDLEBAGS. 1 dozen pair of improved styles, just received and for sale verylow. .FAMILY MEDICINE CHESTS.-Assorf ed sizes, with bottles neatly labelled, and filled with the choicest and purest medicines, just received. SHAKER HERBS. A full assortment of thisyear's collection, consistingof Sage, Spikenard, Catnip, Comfrey lobelia, Liverwort, Lemon Balm, Pennyroyal, ic. Also a bw r r v v jji-w. wucvAiuujiusi, received. SNUFFS. 1,000 pounds Sweeper's Maccaboy SntuT, in iars and barrels. 80 dozen Linton's, Garrett's and Sweetzer's Snuff, in hot ties, just received. TILDEN'S MEDICINAL EXTRACTS. An assortment of these genuine extracts prepared in vacuo, con sinting of Extracts ofConium Lettuce, Stramonium, Tar axacum, Belladonna, Hyosciamus, Aconite, Ac., 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 four fold; 4 dozen Physicians' Poket cases. Also, 10 large cases Sur gcal Instruments; 10 do do Obstetical do; 10 cases Cupping Instruments; 5 cases Trepanning Instruments, just received. FORCEPS. Hodge's Obstetrical Forceps; Bond's Cranistomy Forceps; Dewees Placenta Hook; Tonsil Forceps; Dissecting Forceps; Surgeon's Dressing Forceps; Surgeon's Bone Forceps; and a large variety of of other instruments, just received. TO PHYSICIANS. In furnishing ourstore wehave procured Haskell, Merrick & Bull's Select Powders, together with the purest Chemicals, with which all prescriptions will be exclusively put up. Our Tinctures are also prepared of ficially. Physicians may rely therefore upon Laving their Prescription's compounded with the purest medicines, and in the neatest manner possible. Dr. Ccrrt will give his personal attention to this depart ment of our Establishment CURREY & MARTIN, nov20 Union street, Nashville. HUMBUG I HUMBUG!! HUMBUG!!! OPENING the Campaign for 1852. Scott, Douglass, Leap Jimmy and Cass m the field; but Thurston &Rer nard arc always foremost at tlie Union Store, South Side Union Street, with a quiet smile of Victory on their phiz, ready to exhibit their stock of Spring and Summer Goods to those wishing to purchase. Wc have a general assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods, among which arc Brown ami Bleached Domestics, do. Drill ings, Blue Drillings, and a great variety of Summer Stuffs; a splendid assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, latest styles; Berages, Berege de Lanes, Silk Tissues and Poplins, Prints, Ginghams, Jaconets, Jluslins, Fans, Parasols, Gloves, Hosiery, Ac; Kid Ties, Buskins, Gaiters; Leghorn, Straw, Palm and Kossuth nats; all of which we wilFscll as low as any house West of the Jlountains. You who want THE bar gains 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, 14 th OCTOBER. gj-s I HAVE just received my Fall Stock of Pat- T SS'tprii!!. Hnts Flmvpra Itihhnrw Plnmpa VpT.5 l-fi3 X-n n hn.i i.i 1 11 1 iiMnlp .tt.l 1 1 .1, , , , . .u.o, w., ut-auniui anu uil v. nit; most fashionable discriptions. Thankful to the Ladies tor past favors and hope they will call before purchasing else where. Fashionable dress-making, and other orders, promptly attended to. JIRS. E. LOCKHART, " oct!2 Cherry .street, Nashville. PATENT CHOPPING MILL, For Chopping Corn or other Grain, An article ivhfch every Farmer should hate. T 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 m its construction, that any boy twelve years old can keep it in order and run it. It is adap ted to cither Steam, Water or Horse Power. Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Jlessrs. J. R. Cowan and A. C. Howard, of Nashville-, persons wishing to purchase can find them at J. JL Seabury's, on College street, where they will be happy to take orders. BOSS & ADAJIS. augi1-. THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY. HAVING, at great epeynse, procured the most recently improved machinery and tools for the construction of the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from tho 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 appertainingto Railroads. Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5 to 5r0 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 JIachmery, complete, for Grist Jlills of all sizes. Sugar Mills of the 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 notice. In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to put up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, so that lie may continue to operate the engine, &c. Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with Shafting, Mill Gecring, 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 BraS3 and Copper. sep4 JOHN RICHARDSON. Barber and Hair Dresser, Cedar Street, under the Verandah, II AS furnished his shop and fitted it up in elegant style. He has in his employ a number ot the best barbers in the city, and those who patronise him are sure of an easv. as well as a clean shave, and of getting their hair trimmed neatly and fashionably. He invites the public to continue its favors. " octS LOOK AT THIS! i"fIAVE just received a large supply of Elegant . and Fashionable Furniture, which I am sell ing for cash or approved paper. Great inducoments3E are offered in the way of good bargains my motto being " yuicK sales and small proms. Jly stock consists in part of the following, viz: A large assortment of Buieaus of various styles, from $10 to S100; Sideboards, fine and common ; Book Cases, Desks, Ward robes, a large assortment; Tin Safes; Common and JIarble Top Centre Tables, Extension Dining Tables; Wash Stands, fine and common, from SI to 2S; Dessert Tables, Fancy Work and Side Tables; Clocks, Window Shades, IvLmg Glasses, Commode's, Hat Racks; Poplar, Sycamore, Walnut, Cherry, JIahogany and Rosewood Bedsteads; Lounges, Jlisses' BedsteadsSingle Bedsteads; Shuck, Cotton, Jfoss and llair Jlattrasses, the cheapest ever sold in this marxet; Sofas, Ottomans, Parlor Chairs in Plush and Hair Cloth; Rockers; fine and common Cane, Wood Scat and Split Bot tom Chairs and Rockers, Ac., &c, &c A few Gc.tars; also, a Harp Uuitar, which I ywill sell at cost ? ?! lour of Gilberts superior Rosewood Iron- ramcd Patent-Action Pianos, warranted, which I will sell at reduced prices. Jlany of the above articles were made in this city, and speak lor themselves, of the tisteand skill of our workmen. Furniture made at the "South Nashville JIanufactory" can be had at my store at factory prices. All those favoring me with a call lam determined to give satisfaction. Furniture moved with care and despatch. je3 I. H. JIORTON, Union Street FISER'S X ROADS FOR SALE. THIS desirable property of 810 Acres of Land, 350 acres in cultivation, 30 acres in grass, on the main road from Nashville to Clarksrille, will be sold unusually lowjo an ear ly applicant, and on lime to suit purchasers Houses; Barns, feiables, Cribs, &c, all good and in good repair. This.isna questionaly the best Stock and Tobacco Farm for tlie price in Tennessee. . Good JIale and Female Schools in the immediate vicinity. Health unsurpassed. For particulars, call or address me at Fiber's X Roads, Robertson county, Tennessee. novlS 3t w trw J. B. FISER. REMOVAL pYAS & CO., Wholesale Grocers, New Orleans. HAVE removed from their old stand, 42 and 45 New Ixjvee, 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, Office on Front Street, neir the ITharf, Nashville. REFERENCES. Johnson & Smith, JlcCrea & Terrass, Jas. A. McAllister, H. T. Ycatman, Sam. Seay, A. Hamilton, Johnson & Wea ver, A. L. Davis, and merchants generally. novlOd&tw. ALE. 15 Barrels ShultzXX Pale Ale, received steamer Statesman, and for sale by declO W. H. GORDON & CO. TNFORMATION WANTED Of the whereabouts X of WILLIAJI KOURK, who resided in 1833 three miles from a place called Ross' Landing, Tennessee, believed to be in Hamilton countv, but who subsequently removed therefrom. This information is desired by his daughter Polly, who is now in affluent . circumstances. The informer will be amply rewarded. Direct to " GEORGE T. WALLACE. nov30 Itn No 111 Vine Street, Philadelphia. EODGERS' PEN KNIVES. 90 dozen "Josep Rodgers & Son's" celebrated Pen Knives, of various patterns and prices, expressly for city trade, just received and offered by oct27 FALL & CUNNINGHAM. CLARET. 50 boxes in store and forsale by, novlC BEN. M. NEL & BRO. ? r 5 t MISCELLANEOUS. DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND The Remedy over all Remedies for the Diseases of the Liter Dyspepsia, Enlargement and Injlamation of the Spleen Rearibunu, Colic Flatalenee, Piles, Oonttirpatioit, all diitases of the Botcels, and such diteases as arise from a disorderd state of the Stomach, Liter or BctceU, as Scrofula and Sores of any Hud. For Gerjtral Debility, from which Ladies frequently sufer, there it net iu eavalin the tchole Jfaleria Jfeaica, THE inventor of this preparation was for three years s completely prostrated from D3spepsia and inactivity of the Liver that he was frequently for weeks at a time unable to raiseiimself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians at home and in Europe, but in vain; bis case was pronoun ccd hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he suc ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med icice, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He has been aware cf the incredulity of the public, and conse queatly said nothing through the press of his own case, until the character of the medicine was fully established by its succe js, as shown by the certificates which hay e otea advertised. I subjom the certificate of Prof. If. Gabbeet, of Jle mptii, Tenn with whom I often advised during the time ot my suffering. Mempeis, Tenn., April 17,1 352. I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with jJr . J N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I cerleve lowerthan I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsiaand Liver afiec ion, and after trying the prescriptions ol mauy Phvsician3 in this as well as other countries, witnout rehefhe finally suceeded with a preparation of his own in being restored to good hcaltl1- M. GABBERT, M. 1). Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this publication. Ti t T1 , 1L ."L-E, January 12, 185S. Dr. Blekois: I takethe liberty and fell it to be mv duty to recommend to all persons suffering from disease "of the stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a verv scpenor medicine. My son, aged 15 years, had been under medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar-rhea-whea havingalmost despaired of his recovery I con cluded to tiy your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 helieve enurelycurecfhim. MICA JAH CAY c DR-BL-MOE-Some time ha?d5s1dsincCI cer tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited by rSr Altera ive Compound I now ttke pleasure in saving the public, that my wife had for three or four yearTbeea subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stoinaeh from dyspepsia. I had tried ot several whom I thought to b e the best physicians m the place and a great many different medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to trv your alterative compound, I did so-and I am happy te sav that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscienliouslr recommend it to all persons suflering from diseases of thG hverand dyspepsia. v. B. ROBERTSON. tv t Huntsville, Sept S9 181 Dii. BLEDSOE-IIaying seen the publication ef your Altar ahye Compound, I think it my duty tesay to thopubKcVtlSt I hsd been lor years subject to spells of Cramp GoUc i wok form ; that I had tried almost even- ft?&Tht h X yen by physicians, andnevorfeund any thingthat would cer tainly relieve me, until I tried the above mtsficine which n relieved me m every attack in less than an hour WM. li. LLOYD. Giles Count r, Tenn.. Dec 93 i ki Dr.BlEdsoe:-I foci thatl should fall UTrt AV ir to you and to those who are afilicted, were I not te fXr recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re- . u.,1Blu UK,m j saaJj call on you. I am very respectlully your friend LL1ZABETH J. HARWOOD. This is , certify, iS Dyspeps,a and Diseases of the Liver. ThydclL aft Phy sician had prescribed lor me without my receiving any ben efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. kdsoc's Srative Compound which curod me soundly, and I recoZ it because of the same happy eiHxt upoiotheWoRSSSiBf aucc- JOSEPH CAllOTHEItS n Iram, B IIuxtsville, Ala., JIarchS, 1S52. Dp Bledsok-Sir: Judging frora the certilicaies you have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary forC to add further evidence in legard to the healing vSuwf your Compound; but I amst say, that for years 1 s Ed a great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen and thought that I never would recover. I commenced ilk mg your compound about nine weeks since, and have Twined 25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I everdhl u UESRY J. GOFF. SSTThe above medicine is forsale in even-Drug-Store in DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med icine. ESTPnce gi pcr pint j, S med MYERS & McGLLL. dealers ix EVEiir DESciumox or Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods, On College strert, one door South of the Square T may be found at all times a large assort ment tf Winches ter's, Davis & June's, Jlyers' Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen, JIuslin, with Linen Bo soms, G inghara, L French Chintz, Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Jlcrino, Shakcd Silk, Cashmere, Vigonia, Cotton and Canton Flannel, fs, ladies and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gatters, Gloves, Kin Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma," Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Waterfords, Albert, De Joinville's, plain, Erab'd and self-adjusting, Cravats Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, ShouldervCraces, Sns penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton NightCaps(l011 Silk Bath , ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Jfonsv,- Riding and Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk-, ing Cunes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valks - i Carpet Bags, Satcliels, Dressing Cases, Work jioxn, To , lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Jlonies. Fans, Writing Desk j Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois an J Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Got ds. Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac., and a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur nishing Stores. We have made arrangements with our friends at the North to forward us Goods as soon as received bythem, therefore we shall have goods: here in lessthan ten dav, from the New York Custom House. JIYERS & JIcGILL'S. Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the Square, Nashville. octll UNION HALL. ACTON YOUNG, having become associated with D. Y. Winston in the superintendence of this f . House, would respectfully invitehis numerous acquaintances and thepublic generally to give him n call. Attached to the House is a good Stable for the accommo dation of Horses. The business of the House wil hereafter be conducted in the name of D. Y. WINSTON & CO. All persons wishing to travel by Railroad, Steamboat or Stage, will meet with prompt attention. The best of order observed. Charges moderate. JIarket. Street. noT4.:;1,..1 LlSONIA SHEETINGS 20 bales 4-4 Alisenu f j Brn. Shp' jngs, in store, and for sale bytlie bale only. octS W. H. GORDON & CO. - DELPIT'S SNUFF. A DELPIT'S Rose and Jrac- ; ouba Snuff, just received by oct 23 ag EWIN, BROr & CO, EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEARL & CO "T ORTII-WEST comer of the Pubhc Square, near Plant JLN era' Bank, Nashville, Tenn. ' We are drawing Sight Checks on all the principal ; cities of the East, South and West at the lowest rates, "in . sums to suit purchasers." jgrWebuy all kind3 of current and uncurrent Bank Notes at moderate i ate3. We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina Bank Notes, at a very small discount. 3T" Wc will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon ies at a tair premium. We have Gold and Silver for sale will attend to collections remitting on any.point requested at Bank rates , charge but per cent commissions. We are taking Bank of East Tennessee the same as other Tennessee Bank Note3. janl7 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. 6S Jlagazine street, Oct 8, 1852 6m New Orleans. . BRADY, GORMAN & CO., Cotton Factors and General Conuiuon Merchante, , Jgf They keep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ah. aug23 12m . jbgT"H. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized it ake CASH advances upon shipments of Produce toth ove finnj --orOTICE. Mr. Charlea B. Bryan has this day be JL come inlcrested in our business, which will be con ducted as heretofore. - ... jan l, loas w. xi. u"""-i FOIC RENT. A good lodging . rernished, v pleasant part of the city. Applyat this oflice. janl lw. TpOR RENT. A Brick House on Church street, r janl, 185S W. 11. in a nextv jTrJS- iture store... P sSo-t BrickSfon Front street, above Broad street; aSSA two story Log House in Edgefield, oppose Caot . MFSe0Hr ; -ISargfFrame House in Edgefield nearthe Gall-' tinjurnpike.withseventea pf if . .