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CANDIDATES. tSTWc are authorized to announce B. Clejiexs as a can didate to represent Davidson County in the Lower branch of 'the next Legislature gTWe are authorized to announce Feux R. Cheatham a candidate for re-election for Count Court Clerk at the en suing election. EST" We Tire authorized to announce. E. B. Piglet as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing election. . 6s?We are authorized to announce Col. James M.Sheid as a emdidate to represent the counties of Warren, Cannon, Cofibc, Grundy and Van Buren, in the Senatorial branch of the next General Assembly. gre arc authorized to announce L. W.liigsEL. as-'a? candidate for. re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson county, at the nesF March election. arc authorized to announce Williaji II. Botts as a candidate to represent the counties of While, Jackson and Macon in the Senatorial branch of the next General As sembly. 23f"Wc are authorized to announce Isaac M. Joxks a can didate for County Court Clerk, at the next March election. 3?" We are authorized to announce Jonx K. Edmoxdsox, a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county. SSFWc are authorised to announce W.E. Goodcich as a candidate to represent Davidson county, in the lower house of the next Legislature. NEW PUBLICATIONS. NEW ENGLISH EOOKS. W. T. BE fill Y & CoThave just received STRAUSS' LITE OF. IE A-3, 8v. FICHTE'S POPULAR VORKS, 2r. MEMOIRS OF THOMAS MOOKE, by Lord John Russell. BYRON'S POETICAL "WORKS, ncwcdilion, lCv. MOORE'S POETICAL 'WORKS, lOv. calf. MACKINTOSH'S BOOK OF THE GARDEN. ANALYSIS OF KANT'S CRIT1CK. FINDLAY'S CLASSICAL ATLAS. . FINDLAY'S MODERN ATLAS.1 HALL'S NEW GENERAL ATLAS. . LYELL'S PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY. L YELL'S ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY, A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE FIRST STUDY OF THE GREEK TESTAMENT. THE PHANTOM WORLD: or, The Philosophy ofSpi rits, Apparitions, tc. POCOCKE'S INDIA IN GREECE. COOK'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD. Old England's WorJiies. april 7 PICTORIAL GALLERY 0? ENGLISH RACE HORSES. W. T. BERRY A-CO. have recently received PICTORIAL GALLERY OF ENGLISH RACE HORSES; Containing Poltuaits of alt the Winnirg Horsesofthe Derby, Oaks, and St. Leger Stakes during the last Thir teen Years, and a Hjtory of the principal opcratioi s of the Turf, illustrated by Portraits of ome of its most distinguished members. By WilijIiakk (George Tat lersflll, Esq.) In one largo liandsonie &vo. volume con taining SnvnxTV-rivc beautiful Illustrations, chielly hfeel engravinrs of Houses, after Pictures by Cooptr, Herring, .Hancock, Aiken, c. Also full length char acteristic Portraits of celebrated living Spoitsmen by Seymour; Scailet cloth, elegantly gilt on back and bides with apjiropriatc devices. W. T.B. fc Co., have also recently received Stewart's Stable Economy. Youal on the Structure and Diseases of the Horse. Horsemanship, including are Breaking and Training cf Horses. B. F. Bauclter. april 2 LIVES OF THE QUEENS OF HENRY VIIL BY AGNES STRICKLAND. W. T. BEKIIY & CO. Iave just received Memoirs ol the Queens of Henry VIII, and of his Moth cr, Elizabeth of Yoik. By Agues Strickland. Complete in 1 volume handsome Ciown 8 vo., extra Cloth, various col oi s. The Memoirs of the Mother and Queens of Henry VIII, contaiuod in this volume, comprehending the period from 1400 to 15-Jf, present so striking a picturcof the stormy era of transition lrom the middle ages to modern times, that they may be regarded as forming a giw.nd by theim-elves, und little, if anything, is lost by detaching them from Miss S ricklnud's "Lives of the Queens of England," of which they form sj interesting a portion. The Publishers, there fore, ucom it'necessary only to say that they have suffered no mutilation or abridgement. "W. T. B. &. Co. have also recently recei cd LIVES OF THE QUEENS OF ENGLAND, from the Norman conquest, with anecdotes of their Courts, now first published from official records nud other documents, pri vate as well as public. New edition, with additions and corrections. By Agnes Strickland, completed in six large und handsome crowns octavo volumes, various styles of binding. The Lady's Historical Library, comprising Memoirs of the Empress Josephine, Mary Queen of Scots, Anna Boleyn. Memoirs of the Queens of France, und Memoirs of the Court of Marie Antoinette, in all 1) vols. marSl. HARPER AND PUTNAM FOR APRII. IV. T. BERRY & CO. have this day received HAMPER'S MAGAZINE for April. P UTNAM'S MONTHLY for April. march29. 17 LOCUTION a-VDEEASY.- -A new Book, con- Vj taming RULES and SEt.Mirtnxx fin. ni-Tr.nii. TlONand READING, with Fiirurcs Illustrative of Gesture. byR. Claggett, A. M "The plan of the book may be more readily perceived bv an inspection of its pages, than bv a prefatory description." For tale by aprilO ' CHARLES' W. SMITH. "TORAL SCIENCE Outliucsof Moral Science, by JLYJl Archibald Alexander,. D. "A casual inspection will be enough to show any reader that this is a book of elements laying down principles, clear ing the statement of Fundamental questions, and inarkui" the limits around the Science." For sale by aprilO CHARLES W. SMITH. BROAD STREET BRIDGE The clcctioToTf President and Directors of the Hroad StrcetBridgc Company advertised for-April I'd lias'bceapostporied uuul 1 8 o'clock, r. ii., Monday. April II. It is very desirable that all the Stockholders be present, as other business of importance will be laid before them. The meeting to be held at the office of the Nashville Insur ance ar.d Trust Company. S. M. SCOTT, April 0, 1H53. Secretary. TE 3NESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO. Nasuvillk. April 2, 1S53. THE Directors this day declared a Dividend of Ta-enty-nine JJotlars per Share, to be reserved as a part of the Capital Stock of the Company. JOSEPH VAULX, npril5 2w Secretary. SPALOIHO & ROGERS" 01 80 US. ON BOARD THE FLOATING PALACE! WILL be exhibited at NASHVILLE, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridav, and Saturday April 6, 7, 8 and 9, at 2 and 7 P. M. Admission--Drcss Circle, all ann chairs, - 50 cents. Family Box, cushioned seats, 113 cents. Colored Gallery - - 25 cents. 57" Positively no half price. The armed chairs are numbered, and may be securel on application at the Box Office from 10 to 12, and liom 2 to 5 o'clock each day. maicIviS. V. V. JIOXOHAX. C. D. SHIRK. -wKH .A:i..yooU ireui nJSVJi Jaslicdle, 1'enntssee. SsSL HIONOIIAN & SHIRK, HAVE of C AVE on hand and arc finishing a complete assortment Carriages, consisting of Carryalls, Rockawuys, Bar- nrnved nancr. roucnes, ana xsuijics, raaue ui mc ucst material anu oi su perior workmanship, finished in neatand elegant style, with tjome entirely new patterns. For sale low, lor cash or ap- Pcrsous wishing Carriages or Harness, will find it to their interest to give us a call at our establishment on lower Col lege street. DV"c have also some second hand Coaches, Barrouches and Buggies for sale. april2 1 m THE GREAT AMERICAN HEDGE PLANT, PITKIN'S OSAGE ORAXGE SEED tLVB PZASTS. BUT a few years have passed since the introduction of this article for hedges, yet experiments have clearly shown that the great desideratum for live fences is found to be the "Madura" or Osago Orange. Peculiarly adapted to the purpose, it is easily propogated, liardv, and so tenacious of life that it bears drought aud flooding, highly ornamental, and will in 3 or 4j-ears make a hedge that will defy man, teast and llrd. V. H. Pitkin, of Manchester, Conn., being largely en gaged in the culture of the seed and plants, insures all he offers to be fresh and genuine. Descnpti ve pamphlets, with full directions for planting seed, setting and cultivating the heoVe, Ac, may be had from the proprietor and his agents. SuDnlies of fresh seed just leceivcd at the medical store of V J. "WELLS, aprilG lm Market street, Nashville. C. CAECTH. . TEEHr. J. C.DEW. CARUT1T, TERRY & DEW. DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 154, Marltl St. and 25, Merchant St., Philadelphia nprilS ly. SPECIAL NOTICES. Dr. HI'Lanes Vermifuge. During a practice of more than twenty years, Dr. M'Lane had attended innumerable' patients afflicted with every form of worm disease, and was induced to apply all the energies of his mind to the discove ry ofa Vermifuge, or worm destroyer; certain in its effects; the result of his labors is the American "Worm Specific, now before the public, which is perfectly safe and may be given alike to children of the most tender age, or to the aged adult; it purges mildly and subdues fever and desfroys worms with invariable success. It is easy of administration, and a3 it docs not contain mercury in any "form whateverj'no restric tions are necessary with regard to drinking cold water, nor is it capable of doing the least injury to the tendcrest infant, An incredible number of worms have bien expelled by this grsat crmifiigc. JSFor sale at all the principal Drug Stores in Nashville u vicinity. Coughs, Influenza, &c Why Is it that so many ueg- lct a Couch for a long time, and then wonder that they have the OONSUMPTIOX. How much suffering and death would be prcrented if they would cure their (Jatvhs at once by taking that infuWile renttdy, DniC. Williams' Pulmo nic Balsaii of Wild Cunstav a.n'o Wood Naitha, "which is becoming so universally popular. See advertisement in another column. april 1 lm. Notice. R. P. Cakxawav say; My wife was cured of what was pronounced by the most eminent Physicians to to be "Consumption of the Lungs," by the use of Dr. C. Bexj. Smith's Siioae-coated Pills," which I gave as a last resort. She wns given over to die by her Doctors, but af ter a few doses of Dr. Smith's Pills, according to the direc tions, I discovered that she seemed to improve and the cough to lessen. The disease appeared to come to the sur face, and the wholeabdornen broke outin running sores, and the spitting of bloody corruption which had been" exceed ingly bad, ceased, by perseverance in the use of the Pills without an' other medicine. In two weeks she was re stored to better health than she has before enjoyed since she was grown. II. P. Canxaway, March 17th, 1So3. Depot Asent. Wartrace. Tenn. Cclla's Ncvr Saloon. Lunch Every Day. 1 his finished Establishment has Lunch set out every day at half-past ten o'clock. Cella's Saloon- is a favorable re sri t to all who like to luxuriate. He has the best of Liquors of all kinds; and the Lunch he spreads is enough to whet the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, he has polite aud clever assistants; aud all who visit him once will be sure to call again. Au Ounce of Fact is worth a pound of theory and the swarms of conclusive facts that cluster around that inconi parable preparation, Hoo3and's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, establishing its value as a tonic and restorative, are such as would prevent increduliti itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases of disease of the stomach, whether acute or chronic it may be recommen ded for its soothing, cordial aud renovating influence. Dys pepsia, heartburn, loss of appetite, nausea, nervoue tremors relaxation, debility, are relieved, by the Bitters in a very short space of time; and perseverance in their use never fails to work a thorough cure. Another Scientific Vt'ondcr! -Important to Dyspeptics. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the True Di gestive Fluid or Gastric Juice, prepared from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after directions of Baron Leibeg, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Philadelphia. This is only a wonderful remedy for Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, undice, Liver Complaint, Constirpation and Debility, curing after nature's own method, by nature's own agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientific evidences of its valne, furnished by agents gratis. Seenotice among the medical advertisements. II. G. FARRELL'S CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE, This truly great medicine still goes on, conquering dis ease, and snatching many a poor powerless victim from the grave. By its powerfully stimulating, penetrating and ano dyne qualities, it ie3tores the use of limbs which have been palsied for years and by its singular power of reproducing the synovial fluid or joint wafer, it cures all diseases of the joints with surprising rapidity. For rheumatism, and affec tions of the spine and splccn.'it has proved itself n specific ; ft'id for affections of the lungs, liver and kidneys, it is a most valuable and powerful auxiliary; also, for all diseases of the glands, scrofula, goitre or swelled neck, etc., etc. And in deed for almost any disease where an external annlication is required, this medicine stands unparalleled. Sprains, bruises, cramps, wounds, chilblains, burns, eta, arc speedily cured by it. From llon.Pdtr Menard, one of the ollcst settlers in 'Illinois. It gives me pleasure, to add my testimony to the virtues of your great medicine. One of my blooded horses had a swell ingover thecal) of the knee, about the size ofa hen's egg. Some said it was a strain, and some that it wis the joint wa ter from the knee, and could not bo cured. I tried oil cedar on it, and all the liniments and ointments and they did no more good than water. I then, by persuasion of my friends, fried 1L G. FincU's Arabian Liniment, and I was'happy to Und it take effect aft era few days, and it finally cured the noble animal entirely. I think it is decidedly the greatest liniment for horses, as well as human flebh, I ever knew. Tremont, Tazewell co., Ill-, March 10, 1810. PALSY OR PARALYSIS. Thadeus Smith, of Mudd creek, Tazewell county, Illinois, says: "I had lost the use of my arm for for more than nyear, by pilsyur paralysis: the flesh had entirely withered away, hiving nothing but skin, muscle and bone. 1 tiicJ all ihe best doctors, and all the remedies I could hear of, but they did no good. I then commenced the use of II. G. Farrcll's Arabian Liniment, and a few bottles entirely cured me, and my ann is now as strong and fleshy as the other; it is also first rate for bums, sprains and bruises." Look out for Counterfeits I The public are cautioned against another counterfeit, wh'ch has lately made its appearance, called W. B. Farrell' Arabian Liniment, the most daugcrwis of all the counter feits, because his having the name of Farrell, many will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when the spurious mixture has wrought its evil effects. The genuine article is manufactured only by II. G. Farrell, sole inventor anu proprietor, ana wiioiesalo druggist, No. 17 Main street, Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the letters II. G. before Fan-ell's, thus II. G. FARRELL'S aud his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits. Sold by CARTWRIGHT & ARMSTRONG, and by regular authorized agents throughout the United States. Price 25 and 50 cents, and 1 per bottle. . AGENTS WANTED in srery town, vniagclSllTlamlet in the United States, in .which one is" not already established. Address H. G: Farreil as above, accompanied with good re erence as to character, respectfully, &c d&w GRAND SPECULATION '. I I70R SALE -Four lots, two on North High street of 41 ? and 42 feet front, by 140 feet in depth, one on the cor ner of North High and Gay streets of 42 by 140, aud one on Gay of 40 by 125. On one of the lots, fronting upon North High street is a fine two story buick house, with a Hydrant snd other necessary appurtenances. The lot fronting on Gay treet has on it a fine large brick stable. This property wiil be sold at reasonable prices, all in a lump, or in eparate lots. The house pays ten per cent, on its price. It is pleas antly situated near the business part of the city. When the Legislature improves the grounas of the Capitol it will be one of the most desirable locations in the city. For further particulars enquire of O. F. PAItKER, iiia?cli30 2w j 44 Cherry street pARPETING AND OIL CL OTIIS.-JusTTe" J ccived a t the Philadelphia Store. No. 18, Public Square, alarEelotofCarnctitic-and Oil Cloths. Also, a I.iron in voice of Bleached and Brown Domestics, all of wlrch will bi sold at low prices, aprill SOHN, HILLMAN & CO. PHILIP SCHIEFFELIN, HAINES & CO.'S SELECT MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS. WE have just received a full supply of the above arti cles, consisting iu part as follows : l ord Turkey Opium, extra; " Rhubarb; " Indian Gum Arabia " Extract Hops extra; quassia, Butternut, " Chamomile, extra; Dandelion " Opium " Klinlvirli " Gudiacum, extra;' " Gamboge " " Tragacarth " Alexandria Senna ' " -Rulp. Iron, " Turkey Myrrh; " Colocynth Pulp " Comp'.ext Colocynth, Cubebs, extra Calabria Liquorice " Ergot " Socotrine Aloes " it u Sarsaparilla, solid; fluid; S.yrup Iodido of Iron; Dupasquies " " Crotoa Oilin bulk, ex. " " small vials;" ooiuoi uitraic iron Cod Liver Oil; Confection Senna; Ext Valerian, Blue Mass; It Capo " - " Virgin Scammonv " " Assafcctida. Together with a complete assortment as go to make up a Ehysicians bill. These medicines arc usetl and prescribed y all the leading physicians in the union iu preference to any other. We are now prepared to fill bills with the purest medicines that the country can produce and upon the. most reasonable terms. Proscriptions always prepared with these pure and select medicines. STRETCH & ORR, Druggist, corner Union and Cherry street, Nashville, april 2 DIt. J. W. GRAY. Offico in McCombs' New Building, on Cherry Street, EeUccen. Deadend: and Union, decli 12m Residence Sewakee. JTOR SALE. A very desirable house and Jot ? on Vino street, and next door to Mrs. Jas. K Polk. The lofc fronts 85 feet on Vjia street run. ning back 140 feet. The house contains 12 or j&.gpdd rooms, wn" iiutcoouijf uut nouses. i GLOVER Si 130YD, r No. 50, iCherry street. marchSS - - t " ; ; : "' ""WCjP TOON & RUTLAND. TOON & RUTLAND, GENERAL BOOKSELLERS, Ko. ii, Union Street, NtshciUt. Bartlett's Commercial and Banking Tables; Em bracing Time; Simple Interest ; Unexpired Time and Interest; Interest, Account, current ahd averaging, Componnd Interest; Scientific Discount, both Simple and compound; Annual Income and Annuity Tables The true or intrinsic valne of the Gold and Silver Coins and the standard Weights and Measures of all Com mercial countries, tic, &c By R. M. Bartletf. 2 vol. 850 pp. imp'l quarto. This volumecontiins 225 distinct and independent Tables. From the Xcw York Tribune of February 19, 1S53. We are ronfident that no business man who introduces this work into his counting room will be disappointed in its excellence ana great practical uiiuty. Grammar of English Grammars. By Gould Brown, autfior of "The Institutes of English Grammar. This Grammar should be in every School house, Pul i: t :i. - - i i rvu; . i -... ,i..-:: lit jiuiai,ur iinail'UUlce, Wticre ail liuilicuiaiu ucuuwuu is needed on the simplest or most abstruse questions on the nronerties of the EmrlisJi 1-m " ,V ) Vmamine. "No scholar should regard his Library complete without it ; every Teacher should be iu possession of this compre- uensire rauemecvm;Eo$lon Journal. Political Economy. A treatise on Political Economy. By. J, B. Say. ALISON on the Principles of Taste. T. & R. receive regular monthly supplies of NEW BOOKS from the Eastern cities. april 1 is. w. a. & j. g. McClelland, No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE. ARE receiving and now opening their Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety, it is decidedly the mostuttractive they have ever opened. They would call the attention of purchasers to the following, with" many other Goods not enumerated : RICH DRESS GOODS. Plaid India Silks; Delicate Summer Silks; Plain Rich Silks, all colors; - " Beragc., , Challeys, Dayadcres; Pine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75; Plain and Bordered Brilliantcs; Rich Organdy Muslins ; " French Chintz ; French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents; " LACE GOODS. Valcncienne Laces ami Inscrtings, Star Point Laces, Va lencienncand Muslin Collars, Culls and Dimity Bands. Jac- onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mourning and Traveling Collars. LINEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS. Irish Linens, Linen Sheetiugs, Damask Table Linens and Napkins, Fine Bird's Eye Diaptr, Huckaback and Medicated Towels, Lice and Muslin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic Sheetings, Bed Tickings, Ac, Ac. MANTLES. The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever opened in Nashville ALo, Silk for .Mantles. WHITE GOODS. Mull Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace netts, Dotted Swiss Muslins. HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS, &c. Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons-, Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves. MOURNING GOODS. Alpacas, Challeys, Black and Plaid Silks, Black Crapes, Borages, Ginghams and Miisling, blue Kept Silks, without lustre, Mourning Collars, and Sleeves. FOR MEN AND JJOYS. Cloths, CasstmerCN Cottonades, Drillings, Summer CoaU ings. Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Sils Shirts ; Cravats, Pocket Haudkerchiefs, striped Lislie arid Cotton Half Hose, itc, &.C We will take great pleasure in showing our Stock, feel ing assured wo will be able to offer such inducements, as it rcgardsstyle" and prices, as to be conceded by all. w. a. & j. g. McClelland. Nashville, March 29, 1S53. PUBLIC SALE OF BUILDING LOTS AT ALIS0NIA SPRINGS. HAVING been strongly solicited, by a large number of persons to sell Lots "adjacent to the above Springs, I have concluded to yield to these solicitations; I will, tlierc therefore,on the 20th of April next, offer at public auction.on the premises, a number of BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS, immediately at or near the Springs, of appropriate form and size for residences with necessary appendages. Those much admired and VERY VALUABLE SPRINGS are beautiful ly situated on a bench of the Cumberlaud Mountain; imme diately on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at a De pot, 80 miles from Nashvtlle, and but a few miles from Cum berland Tunnel. There is a Magnificent Chalybeate, Su perior Sulphur, and a number of Frec-stono Springs, all in close proximity. A more healthy, desirable, and convenient location fora SUMMER RETREAT caunofbe found in any country. Building Materials in abundance may be had at the place, a? I have on hand several hundred thousand good Brick and a quantity of Lime, and in a short time will have in full operation a Steam Saw Mill of the first order. Terms made known on the day of sale. J5"A Plat of the above may be seen at my office in Win chester, or at Alisonia Depot. WM. ESTILL. Ahsonia, Franklin co., 'Tenn., Feb. 21, 1853 dwtd. SPRING OPENING MILLENARY. MRS. II LOCKIIART most respectfully announces to the Ladies of Nashville and at country, that she has inst received direct from New York, the latest and most fashionable assortment of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, aud well selected. If anyone wishes a real Fashionable Bonnet, please call at No. 14, Cherry street, and judge for themselves. Bonnets, Ribbons, Flow-el's, Trimmings, and all new Pat terns. Orders from the country promptly attended f o. Thaukful to the Ladies for their former very liberal pat ronage, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favors. MRS. E. LOCKHART, april7 tf No. 14, Cherry street. R0SEMONT. riMIE uudersigncd is induced to offer for sale, his country X Residence and Farm, situated 8 miles from Nash ville, on the Murfreesboro' Turnpike, and within a few min utes walk of the N. A C. Railroad. It embraces between 75 and 'JO acres, in about equal proportions, of beautiful wood land andcultivated laud, iu the highest state of improvement. A portion being well set in Timothy, Clover and Blue Giass,, to which thesoil proves admirably adapted, the wholo'Sub stantially fenced with cedar, and supplied in every-dircction with never-failing springs of'the" purest water. The giouuds nboufotho buildings have been embellished with gravelled walks,-falling garden, rich grass-plots, choice uuwcuy suruuueiy auu uveigreeii!, wnueior tne oiient and variety ot truit trees, obtained without rectird to cost, or labor, from the most approved nurseries, it is not exceeded uy any in the country. The buildings are extensive and convenient barns, cribs, stables, carriuge houses, servant's houses, gardiuer's house, icc-hom-e of large dimensions, spring house built of stone, over a spring ot rate excellence, and lurmshing a great auunuance oi waier, a portion oi wmcu, uy means ot an Jlydraulk Earn, is conveyed directly to the dwelling, and there, after supplying the wants of the family, affordiug a surplus sun, wmcu issuseepnoie, at nine cost, oi Demgui reeled to many purposes of oruauicnt and utility. Besides these, the family dwelling, built in cottage style, having sev en rooms, weu arnuigeu aim occupying an eminence, unsur passed fronts, pure air and a charmiuir laudscane. For health, fertility, convenience fohurches and schools. and good society iu the couutry.it is not surpassed, and those iu wain oi sueu a situation arc inviica 10 examine ir. If sold early, I will sell also, my farmiutr implements. household furniture, and choice stock of various kinds, in- c uiiing two nines, now a years oiu, oi great promise, by tun ccieunucQ ii aqner, ouioi my equally distinguished Stock hdder Brood Mares. JOS. J. B. SOUTH ALL. aprjlf lm. PARASOLS I PARASOLS ! I JUST received at the PHILADELPHIA STORE, NoJ 18, Public Square, a splendid assortment ot PARASOLS. consisting oi S Lots Rich, Bordered, BroacheSilk, Patasils. 5 " Superior Watered do d; 2 " do Lined do ao; 1 " Fine Satin do do; 2" "Superior Black Silk do do. .ic. X-n. To which we would respectfully invite the attention of the sanies. ijliON, IIILLMAN & CO. april 7 en r T. ADIES ! Please call and examine the New Goods JU just received at the PHILADELPHIA STORE, No. lb Public Square, embracing: China Crape Shawls; Parasols; T Embroideries; Ladies' Needlework Tests; Fine Printed Organdies; Tissues; Rich Styles Parasols; Fine Chemizettes, &c., &c ' All of which will be sold at very low prices. aprilr kx "SOHN, HILLMAN & CO. POTATOES. 100 barrels Potatoes in good ordei- for sale ut SI per barrel by PERKINS, CLACK & CO. npril7 2t ex. EVENING CRAVATS AND TIES. We are now receiving an elegant assortment of Evening Cravats andjries, and for sale by MYERS & M'GILL. T7TD GLOVES.-Just received a verv suneriirnsnrti J. ment of Gent's Kid Gloves for party and street, of Jonsm, Chamberjam, Begero, and Alexander's make. , aP"'7 MYERS'ifc 3PGILL. q-AFFETA SILK GLOVES '-Just ree'da larce Io, X of Taffeta Silk Gloves, also Lisle Thread, light add brown Linen and Cotton Gloves, and for sale by aPri17 MYERS & M'GILL. GENTLEMEN'S GAITEKS.-Just received a X small supply ot superior col'd Gaiters of Cloth Cas simere, aud Linen. apr7 MYERS & M'GILL. 0A?fiE,f , 9AES.-Just ree'd a superir lot of Canes with Gold, Silver, Wrappeel and various other styles o "eate- npr7 MYERS & M'GILL. ftI UKUUUU BELTS. .Just ree'd a .supply offine belts for children, and for sale by apri!7 E- HAG AN. NEW BOOKS. xJAISY BURNS: A talo'by Julia Kavanagh, author of "Nathalie," "Women in France," Ac. CASTLE AVON. By the Author of Ravenscliff, The irmingfon'g, &c THE FORTUNES OF THE COLVILLE FAMILY. Bv the author of Frank Farleigb, Lewis. Arundel Marrying -'Man, &c 3 " f Therois no writer of modern times, who has risen to so ',iP'' , .Hror'ond in such a short time, as the author of V J'?,;leighaPi Lewis Arundel, -He has well deserved !r&i i Wor as lie faithful reflexes or human nature, r"?.? hvaJ-s involuntarily find an answer in the great heart of humanity. The "Fortunes of the Colville Family" J-rIXSr1 mSt gof his-productions.-. m A book which every reader will thank us for recommend ing. Its moral is beautiful in itself, and interwoven in a narahve replete with interest, and where the diameters are exqmsitely drawn-and developed. It, must bo universal popular. Auienaum. I A gem of tt household book, worthy to be put into the hands j of every youth, and be introduced into every social circle' It is a beautiful picture of iocial life, shadowing in its two ' great ngnis ot weaun anu poverty. Jxnidon Quarterly For sale by march 2ti y. HAGAN". PUTNAM'S HQME CYCLOPEDIA. Ihmd Book of universal Geography, being a Gazetteer of the World. Edited by T. Carey Callicot, A M. Just received by march 2C ' ' F. HAGAN. THE DRUGGISTS' GENERAL RECEIPT BOOK. Comprising a copious Veterinary formulary, and table of Veterinary Materia Medica, numerous receipts in patent and propr.efary medicines, Druggists' nostrums, &c. By Henry Beasly. In one vol. For sale by mitrch20 . . P. HAGAN. SCHOOL ROOKS AND PAPER F. HAGAN hasjast received a large stock of School Books, Paper and Stationery. Merchants supplied at low prices. march2( UGLY EFFIE JJy Caroline Lee Hentzl do; do; do; do; do; do; "Marcus Warland," do "Aunt Pats Scrap Bag," do "Linda," do "Eoline," do. "Rena," do "The Mob Cap," J do For sale by mur2G. F. HAGAN,- Market St THREE GREAT TEMPTATIONS 1 ! Second 2'hoahnnd in one Month! Tne TnncE Great Tempvatioxs op Youxa Men With several Lectures addressed to Business and "Professional men. By Samuel W. Fisher. 1 voL 12mo., pp. 33G. St 2o. Contexts The Sirens, The 1int-cup, The Card Table The Carixtian Lawyer,! 'he Mosaic Law of Usury, The Sh y erofthe S'.rortg, Ths Pliy-howse, The JVcb of Vke, The Path of Infidelity, Cvtnme-rcial Morality. "Paints in vigorous language the horrible consequence of vie?." Eaton Post.. "We would that every young man in the land could bo per suaded to read it carefufiy." IjOtiisviUe Jitcorder. For.sale by marcIi2G F. JIAGAN MACAULAY'S SPEECHES, in 2 vols. 12mo. THE WORLD'S LACONICS :or the best thoughts of the best authors, by Everard Berkeley, 1vol. 12mo. For sale by inarcli2G F. HAGAN. TO GxVRDNERS, &c We have on hand a fine as. sortnient of LANDRETU'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, iu bulk, which we offer at verv low prices, marchy dim CARTVYRICHT & ARMSTRONG. SCALES, V7EIGHTS, CASTLNGSj &C, &C "T"UST received Platform Scales to weigh loOO Ihs. 1200 lbs 700 Ihs. 101) lbs. fj do do do do do do do do do Counter Scales. Tea Scales. Extra sets of AYeights; 100 lb weights,. Caldrons, 7", SO and 02 Gallons. Sugar Kettles of all sizes. Kngli.-lr Pots, from 1 to 18 Gallons. 1 Tea Kettles of all sizes. - , Do., for Stoves. Copper Toasters, with wire cylinders. ' Enameled Sauce Pans of all sizes and be3t qualify. Turned Sauce Pans and Frying Fans, cf nil sizes. nprilG KNOW, MACKENZIE k CO PARLOR GRATES. JUST received a few patterns of elegant Parlor Grates, for w Inch on account of their beauty and superior man ufacture, have received prizes at the Northern Exhibitions. These are the handsomest Grates that have ever been offered for sale in Nashville aprilU SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO. SELF-HEATING SAD IRON. JUST received a few of the new patent Self Ueatino Sau Iroxs, by which, with the assistance ofa cents worth of CAarcoal, the Ironing for a large family may be done in the shade under the trees, and requires no large fire in the kitchen in the heat of Summer, april 6 SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO. TOUND WOOD BOX MATCHES. 100 Gross JAi Patndge s Round Box Matches. In store and for sale by A. MORRISON & CO. feb23 . Comer of Deaderick st. and Square. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS AT HICKS' CHINA HALL. Ao 4G, Public Square, Kiishville, Tenn. rh tho rich Dinner, Tea, Desertand Chamber Setts 53 -ofthn linost French norcelain. ThestnnkislMriro and greatly reduced iu price?. The object being to" reduce the stock for next Fall s importations. Those need oifine setts at a low price, would do well to call soon. I am determmeu not to be undersold by any house in ttie United States mar22 dim A. II. HICKS. -J. BE0VNE, ERCIIANT TAILOR, 42, College street, Nashville, would respectfully inform his friends aud the public, that tie has received Ins bprmcr and Summer Goods, consisting of a large and well selected aiocK ol Oloths, Doeskins, l-ancy tassimeres.Dnllings, Rich V est ings of choice patterns, and a general assortment of Fur nishing goods, to which he would invite their attention feel ing confident that he cau give entire satisfaction. marcliOl lm LARGE SALE OF NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS, April 12M, iMr'ffhd 14753. I" WILL sell at Auction, on TUESUAY, WEDNESDAY, atidnTHURSDAY, April 12th, 13th, and 14th, 1S53,. the arsrestand most attractive stocic of STAPLE and FANCi. FOREIGN and DOMESTIC Ti t yt fi. tm rt5 cf a y fi v 1 u& u j That has ever been offered iu Nashville. My stock embraces every description of English, French, German, Italian, India aud American GOODS, all of the latest importations. Fancy and black English and American Prints, Furniture and Turkey Red do, French, Scotch and American Ging hams, Chambrays and Bareges, Barege de Laines, Paris Painted Organdies, Painted Jaconets, Brilliantities, Cheuo Royals, Embroidered Muslins. and Tarietons, French, Scotch and American Lawns, of great variety; white Swiss, Book t and Mull Muslins, plain aud plaid Jaconets, plaid and emb'd white Swiss, Bishop Lawns and Victoria do. black Lawns, ; Ginghams and Bareges, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords and Cashmeretts. Alargc stock of LINEN GOODS, imported ' direct from Ireland, comprising yellow, pink, blay and 1 checked Linen Coatings, fancy and bleached Linen Drills, ' Holland, 4 4, 9-8, 12-1 and bleached Linen Shirtings and Sheetings, 3-4, 7-3 nud 4-4 Tickings, Apron Checks, and Furniture do., Nankeens, Camlets, Denims, blue Drills and Cottonades; book fold brown Linens, Farmers' Drills, and California Cassimeres, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vest ings, Marseilles white, buff and fig'd do., super French black and col'd Clotlis, super French black Cassimeres and Doe skin do., fancy French Casaimctes, Tweed aud Union do., French and English Drap d'Etes, and a variety of other Goods for Gentlemen's wear, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, 100 and 200 yard Spool Cotton, white and colored, black, white and colored Thread, Sewing Silks, Redding, Tuck, Fine, Irory and side Combs, Buttons, &c ALSO. Hats and Bonnets of every style and quality, Gents double aud single brimmed Palm and Leghorn Hats, Panama Pedal Braid, Kossuth, Brush, Russia, Satin and Moleskin Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid, China Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and Chrystal Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, French Bunches, Sprigs and Outside Flowers. SAn extensive variety of Bleached and Brown Domes- ! tics and Osnaburgs of all the different widths. ESTThe stock is worthy the attention of the largest buy era of Goods. Terms liberal. Nashville, March 24th. AND. J. DUNCAN. FUTURE SALE5.-1853. " May 17, 18 and 19. 1 July 12, 13 and 14. June 14, io anu 10. J. A. DEEKV. W. II. DEERY. K. E. DEERT. DEERY BROTHERS, ALISONIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Office JS'o. 10, Public Square, JTashcille, Tennessee. march22 tw ly. AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES. N THURSDAY, 14th April, 1 will sell at Auction in front of my Store: sugar; Uiassware; Coffee; Window Glass; . Molasses; .Tobacco; Copperas; Flour; And many other articles in my line. march31 SAM SEAY. SHOULDER SEAM PATENT SHRTS. JOHN K. HUME has just received a complete assortment of these celebrated Shirts. Also Collars, Cloths, Cravats, Cassimers, Neck Ties, Vbstixgs. Also. Gloves and Gentlemen's Underwear of every de scription. JOHN K. HUME, mara4 1 fto. 57, Uollege street o PER A GLASSES. Just ree'd a few fine Opera Glassesforsaleby MYERS & M'GILL. Wfj - - i.?. Ladies and y eiitiemen g. jurnianmgBSipre, in i JOHN YORK & CO. JOHN YORK & CO. are Agents for the following Reviews and Magazines t Harper's New Monthly Magazine..: $3 00 DeBow's N O. Commercial Review 5 00 Hunt's Merchant's Magazine 5 00 The South Western Monthly '. S 00 .Graliam's Magazine'r. . " .T. .tfif."00 - - ocfes Lady's Book 3 00 march VYEBiJTER'S QUARTO DICTIONARY, (una bridged) to which is prefixed an introductory dissertation on the origin, history, and connection of the languages of Western Asia and Europe, with an explanation of the prin ciples on which languages are formed. It contains three times the amount of matter found in any other English Dictionary compiled in this country. It stands without a rival in the annals of English Lexicography. For sale by marchlO "JOHN YORK & CO. SCHOOL BOOKSJOHN Y0KK & CO. have con stantlyon hand a large assortment of every article in their line, ntreduced prices. School Readers, Grammars, Arith metics, Dictionaries, Geography, Astronomy; Physiology, .BolanyvChemisiry, Rhetoric and Logic. ALSO Classical Books, embracing the best authors and instructors in Ihe Greek, Latin, French, as well as all the other books used in Schools, Colleges, and Academies. maichlO. JOHN YORK & CO. Have just received a very su purior article of Letter, Foolscap and Note Paper, which they offer for sale very low. Also a new assortment of Gold 1 ens and Pencils. nuirchl'J" WM. U. SS1ITK. wm. E. j0JiES. SMITH & JONES. Agency for the Prosecution of Claims of every description against tho United States. Ao. 22, Cherry Street, Mishville, Tennessee. THE undersigned have been successfully eugaged for sev eral years, in the prosecution of claims against the Uni ted States, for Pensions, Bounty Land, Backpay, JlalfPay and Commutation, I'ransportat 'ion, and Extra Pay, aud in fact, claims of every description, growing out of military service in any of the Wars of the United States. In the course of many years experience in tho business, thev have procured much valuable information, cf material ass'istince in procuring the allowance of claims. They have in their possession much evidence of Revolutionarv," and other ser- vice, which will be found of benefit to those having claims. By a recent enactment of Congress, all widows of Revolu tionary Officers and soldiers, at any time married, are enti tled to a Pension for life, all widows aud minor orphans, of those who died in the service, or of wouuds, or disease con tracted whilein the service in the various Indian wars since 179D, us well as the warof 1H12 and the war with Mexico, are entitled to five years Half lay and those who have al ready received it, to Half Pay for fiveyears more. All com munications prepaid, promptly attended to. No charge made, unless we succeed in procuring the allowance of the claim. SMITH &. JONES. feb26 b a tw tf. JO. W. IIORTOX. SILAS X MACET. H0RT0N & MACEY. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware and Cutlery, Iron and Castings, Ao. 71, Market sL, near Broad Sign of the Mill Saw. i uuiiU invite me attention ot Jle.-liants, Car- V peuters. Blacksmiths, I-armers, and the Trad ing community generally, to tneir large and well se lected stock of1 Pocket and Table Knives, Anvils and Vices', Spoons and Candlesticks, Augers and Chisels, Padlocks and Scissors, Mill-X Cut and Hand Saws, Cnams und Hoes, Files, Braces and Bits, Double and Single Shot Guns, Grass Rope, &c &c Together with all articles usually kept in Hardware houses, which we offer on accommodating terms. WADE & BUTCHER'S CELEBRATED RAZORS JUST received, 15 dozen W. & IS. "Old Army" Razors; 12 dozen W. fcB. Hollow Ground Razors; S " "Genuine Baibor " 5 " " Old Bachelor " 3 " ' Patent Fiame Back " 1IORTON A MACEY, No. 71 Market street. marchl2 lm NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE. II. GARRETT Respectfully announces that he has purchased from Messrs. A. U. & E. C. . ROI5ERTSON a select and complete assort ment of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, Ac, from their latest importations, expressly for retailing, ard win continue uieuusuicssattiieir stand, iNo. 10, three doot fromNichol's corner, public square. He solicits the customers of tho Messrs. Robertson's, and his friendsand the public generally to give him a call, with the assurance, on his part, of his best exertion to give satis faction to all, who may be disposed to patronize him. marchll lm E. B. GARRETT. N. B. Mr. Miltox Cockrill will continue at mv estab lishment and will be happy to see and serve his friends. TvfOTICE We have sold to MR. E. B. GARRETT our JLN retailingstock of Boots, Shoes and Trunks, and given him our stand. No. 10, south side of the Square. The stock is select, full und superior, having been made to order for our regular Spring, sales. We, iu taking leave of the retail trade fur a sJtorttime avail ourselves ot au opportunity to thank the public for a long and liberal patrouage, and recommend our successor as worthy the confidence ot our customers and the public. "Fair Dealing" wdl be his standingmotto. marchl4 lm A. D. & C. W. ROBERTSON. LINEN SHEETINGS I LINEN SHEETINGS ! ! at xo. 9 uxiox street. JUST received a few pieces 12 qr. Linen Sheetings which will be sold very low. Also a very desirable stock of Indies' dross goods, consisting of Silks, Berages, Slama Cloths, Lawns, Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, line doited Swisses, Gloves and Hosiery, Bonnets aiiu Bonnet Ribbons, Linen Cambric Kandkerchiefs, Chcmizetts, Collars, Ac., tc Bleached aud Brown Domestics of every quality aud price, Silk, Satin and Marseilles Vcstings. A beautiful assortment of Ladies' shoes, whicli we arc sell ing at very low prices. We earnestly solicit the attention of customers to our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell as low as any one. Don't forget No. 'J Union street. marchLTi THURSTON & BERNARD. OPENING OP THE LADLES, J'LEASE TAKE XOT1CE, 2 EAT ' SOHN, HILLMAN & CO. TTAVE this day opened the Philadelphia Store, No. 18, JL.JL 1 uoiic square, next uoor to I'lummcr it Co., with a large assortment of DRY GOODS, just received from the .hast, wiucn tney will sell at f uiladelptna prices. They would respectfully solicit those in want of DRY" GOODS to examine their stock. N B. One Price and no deviation. march2G JUST RECEIVED AT THE PHILADELPHIA STORE, No. 18, Pimuc Square, (xext door to Plummcr & Co.) A SPLENDID assortment of Spring Dress Goods, em- Xjl bracing tne latest styles ot bilks, 1'riuted Organdies, Robes, SilkBroches, Tissues, Lawns, etc. Also, a large invoice of Embroideries. AH of which will be sold at Philadelphia prices, march 2G SOHN, HILLMAN & CO. T?OR HEDGES Osage Orange Seed -Fresh and X Genuine, just received by T.WELLS, march2G trwlm Market at, Nashville. STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DALLY!! COMPETITION DEFIED I I I THE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi zens of" Nashville and surrounding country that he is still receiving large additions to his already im mense stock of Gents Fashionable Spring and Summer Ready Made Clothing, which he is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY UTliUK liUUSElN THIS TUADiS. Already iii store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock and liress tjoats ot ttie latest styles, rrencfi Tweed, Cash meretfe, Plush, Drap Lte, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen .brock, back, Box, and Polka Coats, &c, &cr. ic. Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality 10 suit tne most rastiuious. LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishinsr art! cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra vats, iianaKerciiieis, suspenaers, Hats, Uaps, Trunks, Va lises, Carpet Bags, &c, isc. Also, a variety of Youths and Childrens' Clothing, from three years of ago upwards. L. POWERS, Teunessce Clothing Depot, No. 34 Market SI., directly op posito Union street t5FNo connexion with any other house in the city. N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by nny man or combi nation of men. L. p. Country Merchants in particular are earnestly invited to call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere march24 SPRING MEETING. "Walnut Jockey Club Association Races. THE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on Monday the 16th day of May next. First Dat. Association Purse 8250 Two milo heats. - Secoxd Dat Association Purse $150 One milo heat.s Third Dat Association Parse $100 Three mile heats. . Fourth Day Association Parse $200 Three best in five. In addition to tho above purses, the following Sweepstakes have been proposed : ASwecpstakofor 8 year olds, one mile and repeat $75 .entrance, $25 forfeit Three or more to make a race, te name and close the 1st day of April. Tho Association to give $100 provided tho stake is'filled. To be run on the first day ot the meeting. A Sweepstake for all ages--Two mile heats 8100, en trance, $50 forfeit Three or more to make a race, to .name and close on Saturday, at 3 o'clock, preceding the regular races. The above stake to bo run on Tuesday tho second day. AH entries to be made t thejecieurxnn!.. 1 MISCELLANEOUS. THE UNION OF TWO FOND HEARTS ! Haughtily Rejected. ONE bright, glorious morn, as Jupiter indolently reclined in his palace on Olympus, the Goddess Diana entered, Her beauteous face wreathed in smiles more bewitching than the song of the "Cumacan Sibyl," and seating herself on the knee of the indulgent God, sh'e besought him to grant her permission to lead a Life of perpetual V infinity! Her compliant Sire assented to that unnatural request, and instead of the silkex boxds or wedlock, we find the charm ing Goddess choosing the insipid life ofa spotless Virgin, and in the masculine pleasures of the chase, imagining more transport than in the raptures of connnbal bliss. "Eir Metren ly Form too 7tau(jMUy she Prized." And strangely enough" preferred the exploitof catching the deer "wirt homscf Gold thai fell at the foot of Mount Parrhasut, on the jfowery banls of the darkpeoMe Anadrus"' to a state of "Domestic happiness, the only bh'53 Of Paradise, that survived the folL" Such a choice, although supported by the prcstrge of the Goddess Diana, the public is fully assured, is entirely anti podal to the inclinations of TAi Truly Fortunate and Jkr Famed Lottery Agents and Brokers, Pyfer & Co.,A&.l Light st., Baltimore, Md. They are uudisguisedly in favor of t$e Union, and their predilections for loth sexes, were never more forcibly illus tratedthau in the Month of March, 13."3, as wilt be observed by reading the following graud distribution of Rich and Rare Fortunes ! The Old Estiblished House still stands unprecedented in the sale of Splendid Prizes. $1S,503, in package of Halves, sent to Tennessee. ?8,000, in package of Qr. Tickets sent to Pennsylvania. 1-2 1,000, in package of Wholes, sent toSonih Carothiu. $20.0o0, in package of Half Tickets, sent to Georgia. ?18,'35, in package of Quarters, sent to South Curolina. $.6,312, in package of quarters, sent to North Carolina. 10,000, in package of Quarters, sent to Virginia. $'.',2 14, in package of Whole Tickets, sent to Pennsylvania JSi?Be sure to address for a handsome Prize, PYFER A: CO. A?. 1 LigJit street, Baltimore, MaryUml. Splendid Schemes for April, 1S53. t2FThe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets oniy, are given below. Date. Capital No.of Price of Price of April. Prizes. Ballots. Tickets. Packages. 1 $18,000 7S Nos. 1 drawn ls 00 2 40,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 12 46 00 4 20,000 73 Nos. 15 drawn 3 26 00 5 21,500 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 Id GO 6 37,500 75 Nos. 12 drawn H) 35 0O 1 20,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 IS 00 8 18,000 79 Nos. 14 drawn 8 1 00 9 41,03 78 Nos. 10 drawn If, . 48 00 11 2S.500 75 Nos. 18 drawn 8 27 80 12 20,000 78 Nos. 15 drawn 5 1 00 18 30,000 7S Nos. 13 drawn 10 35 80 14 26,000 75 Nos." 12 drawn 5 IS 0U 15 13,500 78 Nos. IS drawn 4 1A 0 16 50,210 75 Nos. IS drawn X 0 00 18 5ofI2,UU0 78 Nos. 13 drawu 80 80 19 20,000 75 Nos. 14 drawn S 1 0 20 30,909 78 Nos. 12 drawn 10- XI kl 21 2o,000 75 Nos. 15 drawn 5 15 00 22 21,000 78 Nos. 18 drawn 5 IS w) 23 4:",000 75 Nos. 11 drawn 1R 02 HO 25 25,W0 78 Nos. 13 drawn S 3w 00 26 20,000 75 Nos. 12 drawu 5 . ltf 27 3it,ooO 75 Nos. 13 drawn 10 . 3tf 0 23 24,000 78 Nos. 13 drawn 5 18 0 29 15,000 73 Nos. 14 drawn 4 " 18 00 30 CC,0U0 7SNos. 13 drawn 20 , 75 00 3f"Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first mails after the lotteries are drawu. fF'Correspoudeuts will pkiise order a few days before the lotteries are drawn. There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, arc thereby secured. We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets in every in stance. i5rBank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold at sight, will be promptlv remitted to those Correspondents who draw prizes at PYFER & CO'S. iTKemember A PACxaoBof Tickets, can draw roun of the most splendid prizes in a scheme. E2?In order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate ly atler 1 lis result is known, the readers of this puper have only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab lished, far famed anil truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery Brokers, PYFER A CO., uiarch30 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md. DOCTOR YOURSELF! THE POCKET -SSCULAPIUS OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. THE Fortieth Edition, with One Hundred Engravings showing Diseases and Malformations of the Humau System in everv ahnpvj and form, To" which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of the Highest importance to married people, or those contemplating mar- . ruige. i;y W1LMAM YOUNG,M.l). Let no father be ashamed to pre senta copy of the yESCULAPIUS to his child. Itmaysavehim froman early grave; Let no young man or wo man enter into the secret obligations 01 marneu lite without reading the POCKET JISCULA- rius. i.eiuoonesuuenngtrom a hackniel Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and tho whole tram of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their phvsi cian, be another moment without consulting the AESCULA PIUS. Have the married, or those about to be married, any impediment, read this truly useful book, as it has b ten the means of saving thousands of unfortunate creatures from the very jaws ofdeath. SiTAny person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS en closed in a letter, will receive one copv of this work by mail, or live copies will be sent for One Dollar. Address, 1 postpaid,) DR. WM. YOUNG, marchlfi ly Ao. 153, Spruce St., PhihtOHphin. THE ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE OF ART lor Arril, with back numbers, just received 1 y F. HAGAN. "Pril I JUST RECEIVED FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PHILADELPHIA: A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancv CASSI.MERE PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville. We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancv colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest and most costly articles : such as GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CRA VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior qimfitv. Also Davies aud Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of difTereut qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of various qualities and materials. Gentlemen eau depend up on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar street, near the Post Office. jan20 CLIFTON it ABBOTT. 1)HACIIES IN THE AlONTII OP MARCH! i A Lot of Fresh Peaches and Tomatoes, in Hermeti cally Sealed Cans, just received by march2S R. & J. NIXO N FOR SALE. HPWO FJ-VE Tuonoucit Bred Staluoxs. Imp. JL SHAMROCK, one of the best racers of his day and with limited onDortunities nuite a.suc-( cessful Stallion. The other u very large and fine thorough bred. Price 400 each. W. G. HARDING. march9 lm Utw b. r UNPOWDER MANUFACTURED BY THE VJT HAZA lVRI) Powder Company of Connecticut : T- . 1 T!ll , I Cl- 11.. - 1000 kegs Kentucky Rifle l'owder, 25 lbs each. UU halt Kegs do 250 qr. kegs do 500 kegs Deer do do 12K do do; do; do; do; do; do do do do do do do b) do 25 do 25 do 125 do 1 pound. 1000 kegs Blasting 500 lbs do (5 kegs each) 300 canisters fine Pilie The above powder ha just been received direct from the manufactory of the Hazard Powder Company the quality of which is well known throughout the United States. All orderspromptly filled by application at my Powdor Dapot North East corner Public Square, Nashville. ALSO 250,000 feet Safety Fuse of best quality. S.H. L00MIS, Agent march25 for the Hazard Powder Company. FOR CONCERTS AND OPERAS, At No. 57, College st. JOHN K. HUME has just received an assortment of "Riggalets," a new article for Ladies' Toilet; also new and beautiful ft eck and Sash Ribbons. aprill PARASOLS, SUNSHADES, &c. JOHN K. HUME has received his supply of Parasols arid Sunshades, for Ladies and Misses, the most beautiful, ones ever offered in this market. april 4 ' SILK AND LACE MANTLES. JUST received, Silk and Lace Mantles, and Lace Points,, forSpring and Summer wear; newest styles out JOHN K. HUME, apri!4 No. 57 College- street. CHOICE STOCK OF WHITE GOODS. Just received, White Jaconets; . 1 i" V India Hair Cord Twills,. uamonc; Check'd and Strin'd do: ALSO, Beautiftil printed Muslins; " " LCamb; Rich Dress Goods aU des criptions. ALSO. Hosiery: -White Eng. and Ger. Hose; Waxed and Lisle Hose; Silk Hose. ALSO. Nainsook Muslins; Swiss " Dotted Swiss; Spanish Fan3, Open Work Fans: Mourning Fans; Pure White do; Valenciennes Lace and Inserting, Lace Collars, Honitbti f!nI1nr nnrt vrrv variety of Collars. UUU.1 IV. XLl'lU, aprill No. 57 Collesns street;. HARPER'S, MAGAZINE for April-justreceived by narch29 F. HAGAN. SUNDRIES. 10 dozen Shaded Silk Purse Twist; 20 dozen Plain Silk Purso Twist; 200 do Cotton Hosiery; 120 Reams Cap Paper; 200 G. D. Gun Cawk Tn store and for safe low by., 3 a , 1 j 3!