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By the ere tribes nils tlie periodic attacks of
Nervous or Sick lhaelache may be prevented ; and If
taken at lb commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pa n and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fall in removing the Nausea and Head
icKe to which femalot are to subject .
They act gently upon tb bowels, removing Cbifit.
Tor Literary Ken, Sudrnti, Delicate Fema'ws, and
II persona of sedentary halilt, tbey are valuable as a
iMatioe, Improving the appetite, giving tent and vigor
U the digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elasticity and rtrengtn of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLa are the result of long Inves
ligation and carefully conducted experiments, having
been in use many years, during wmch time ineynave
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and
u Soring fr--,n Headache, whether orlgluating In the
Hereout system or from a deranged state of the stomach .
They are entirely vegetable In their composition,
and may be taken at nil times with perfectsafety with
out makingacy change of diet, and the absence of any
iuagreeable taste rendert it easy to adminitler them to
E"ARE OF COUNTEKr KlTS I .
The genuine have Ave signatures of Henry C. Spald
ing on each Rox.
Sold by Prurcisls and all other Dealers in Medicine
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of
.'HICK 25 CENTS.
All orders (hould bo addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
49 Cedar street, New York.
THli FOLLOWING EMwR.SKVIKNTS Ol
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFFER FROM
SPEEDY AND SURE CURE
li WITHIN THEIR REACH.
Jtl then lettimcniaU were tinsnliriled Im Mr Rp.imvn
they afford ' unquestionable rronf q? the cjlcotcy
of this truly 3cientfic discovery.
MA4'iNVtu.a,Cof.,t'ob. i, lgsi.
I have tried your Cephalic rills, and I like them 10
well that I want you to send mo two dollars worth
Part of thee are for the neighbors, to whom I gave
a few out of the llrst box I from ypu. Send the I'iHs
by mail, and oblige your ob't servant,
IlivsKroRD, Pa., Feb. 6,1S81.
I wish you to send me one more box of your C "phalio
Ills, ha o( r'-ncd agrrat d',il of b'H-f.l from them.
.TNCCI CRKH,IIl'NfIN(lTO.Co..P., )
U. C. S5rU)iNt. January 19, 1881. j
Tou will plesn send nin two boxes of your Ce
phalic Pills. Send them immediately.
JNO. R. SIMONS.
r. H l havi used one. loa of your Villi, and fnd
Runs Vkknun, Onto, Jau. 15,1861.
Hr.KY C. Hi'AimMi, Kh.
Please Hud enclosed twenty-flvo cents, for which
send iiioanollier box of your Cephalic 1'ilU. Iheyart
, (ruly the brtt I have ever tried.
Direct A. f-TOVER, P. M.
Bolle Vernon , Wyandot 0 , O,
Bsvsiu.T, Ma,a, Dec. 11, 1840,
U. C. Sl'AI.DINO, iy.
I wish lor fi'ine eirrulars or largo show bills.to bring
your Cephalic rills more particularly beforemy miHto
juers. It' you rave anything ol the kiud, pleauu vend
One of my cuslomers, who is subject to severe Kick.
Headache, (usually lasting two uavh.) iu curea of an
attack in ur.e hodr hy your I'iltt. which 1 bout her.
W. B WILKErf.
J.IT.MOLD BClta, FKAKKUM Co.,OhIO,
Jauuary 0, 1801.
US.XRT C. Sl'ALDlMI,
No. 4S Ccilar su, N. Y.
Inclosed flnl twenty-live cents, (25.) for which send
box of "Cephalic Pills. " Send to address of Rev. Win.
C. Filler, Reynoldsburg, Friuiklin Co., Ohio.
Your fills ttoi like a charm cure Headache at
most instanter. Truly yours, WM. C. FlUJiR
YiHiLAirn, Mica., Jau. 14.1S61.
Not Iopr uve I sent to you for a hot of Cephallo
I'ills for the Cure of the Nervous Headache and Corttivo
oens, aud received the name, ami they had to good an
tfrcl that I iwi til Jluceil to tend f"r more.
Pteaao ueud by return mail. Direct to
A. R. WHEK1.ER,
troot the Ei6minr, Norfolk, Va
Cephalic Tills aecomplihh tlie object fur which they
were made, vu. Cure of headachu m all its forms
fromthe. Ftaniner, Norfolk, Va.
They have bcn tested la more than a thouuaud
as eii, with cul;re success.
From the Democrat, Cloud, Minn.
If you are, or have been troubled with tho Bead
ache, send tor a box, (Cephalic Pills,) so that you may
bave thum iu cusu of an attack.
rom tH AAr.rrtxier. Providence, K. I.
The Cephalic Pillt are said to be a remarkably ellec-
r.t iii 1 ...i 1.11. ir v.rv
live reint-ujr -- .wiin,uD . . - j
best for that very freaoui complaint which has ever
tromthe Yftstem R. R. Oatrtte, Chicago, 111.
We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrival
led Cephalic PiUs.
Promthe Kanauh VaUey&ar, Kanawka, Va.
We are su'e that persons Sitlerlim with h bead
ache, who try tai, wdl stick to them.
.i. c-Wri i'(A Jr, Aw Orleans, la.
Trv them I you that are a!lhcted, and we are sure
tbil your fH...eny cu be added to the alrea.ly uu
meiHia i.it thai has rccol'd beueUla that no otuer
CU&EEY & MARSHALL,
p3t At J. II. CurreyU oU Hani on Union, be
tween diary and Summer ttredt. jH
ARE prepared to attend to Funerals at all times
with Wooden Coffins, plain or covered, and ME
TALLIC BUKIAL CA.HK.kT3 and CAHKS of a luporlor
quality, mauutactured by H. Marshall Co., in this
I'rlrea to smlt the time.
WATSON HOUSE, '
V. II.CUUTCIIKIl A ACTOIV YOl N-
Open cn 1st of January.
TC.-IT RECEIVKD A VFJlY StTpERIOR ARTICLE
of OAL OIL. Also, CHIMNEY, WICKS and
LAMPS for sale by . J. W. WILSON,
march 20-olw 17 College street.
COAli Ol lit
IliCR, BACON, M ALT and COAL OIL, in store and
for sale low at WM. J. HUGHES k CO..
No. 610 Market s'reet, below Oth,
march 18th-tf Louisville, Ky.
STOVE AND HOLLOW W AEL
(Broad Street, beyond N. is C. Railroad.)
''PHK undersigns! has purchased tho abovo Foundry
X of Mr. II. 1'. Dorrls.and is prepared to fill all or
der.i for STUVE3, HOLLOW WARE and other CAST
INHH, at tho shortest notice, aud at prices which will
make It an obcct for dealers to patronize him.. His
work will not ouly be executed in the best and most
substantial manner, butclioaper than the same arti
cles can bo bought abroad and imported, or manufao
turod hero. He respectfully solicits orders.
septl,'61 tj J. LOVELL.
m.ssns. oieuirii:.i, c'AVii'T & co
HAVE removed flieir entire stock of FURNITURE
tothohocsenrw. n. ni:v.oi.i)s, o.
12 Clollefre Rtroel, and are ollcruig it lor sale
at reducua pric8.
MR. (1EORGK W. OWI2N
will be funnel nt tills hoiife with tho books of Messrs.
Uroomes, Cavltl A Co., where their natronB In debt to
ttiem are earnestly renttsted to call and settle Immo-
Uiatoly. CltOOlIES. CAV1TT & CO.
March 28-1 f.
THAT CHEAT REMEDY,
TIIK KING OF PAIN,
Internal and I'.xtcrnal Itlcdicine,
TtTII,Lciire Headai'heand Faraehe in tl.ree minutes
V Toothache 111 one minute. Neuralgia in live
minutes, Ppraiiix in twenty minutes. Airo Throat in
10 minutes, Colic mid Crainp in 6 minutes. Rheuma
tism In one hour, I'ain In Hie Bck or Side in 10 min
utes,llad Coughs or colds ill 15 minute?. Cures deal -liess.
AsMima. I'ilfs, r.rnncliit.a Alio, tions, Oyspepsia,
1 ever aim Aiue, Ac, Ac.
Keep It in Miur !aiii;Uear i-nkue B comes when least
T, S. May tie had at t!ie Wat.ion House,
rpHE attention of citizens, strangers, and othcrsvis
JL Itii.K Nashville, rouuiriiiR medldal aid, Is respect
fully called to tliis olllco, No. 21 Drudcrick street, sec
ond floor, betwoin Cherry and tho Square.
Or. Colbmam la au out practitioner 01 mcaicir.e; nis
almost uullniited experieuco and llattering success
for many years pant, iu the treatment ot pkivatk IMh
kahk.i, lias induced him to devote his undivided alien
tiou to all diKeaaes (,( tliia nature. Many caBeail
the most Inveterate character have promptly yielded
to his Improved method or treatment.
Primary, Secondary, Tertiary anil Hereditary Syph
ilis. Gonorrhoea, Cleat and all diseases of the I'cuita
aud urinary organs, meet with no resistance to his
All femalo IrreRUlarilles and functional Isderance
ments of the Womb, and the disease arising Iroin
Ueslation and 111 mangcil parturition.
Kvotyca.se el Reducible Rupturo, and of riies.asd
Prolapsus of tho Rectum, aud mewt caea of Fistula,
can be cured by a process nearly painless. If either
of the latter cuscais undertaken by Dr. Colemaa, a
euro Is invariably warranted, as a careful examiuatied
always paesents tho nscessary indications ot success or
failure by his Improved method of ojicratiiiK.
Persons of cither sex applying in person or by letter
(deaerihin(!case)en tho llrst symptoms of any acute
siiecitlo dlseaae.ean b cured, iu most cases, by th
ahortivo method, in forty-eight hours.
Strict cimtldoucu, prompt attention, and moderate
charges, will govern him with his patrons.
No mercury used Iu the treatmont of enerra
diseases, as he believes (in most cawes) It prcducusa
worse dUease than that It Is given to cure.
Olllce hours Irom eight iu the moruiug till nluo In
the evening. Jan 18, '6i-ly
Dll KING'S DISl'KNSAUY
FOR HUVATi: DISEASES.
rTrmm PR. KINO, formerly of New York, fo
JJiS llU,l four X81- of 1-ouisvllle, Ky.
and oj baa de.-f.-Jd his atteotiontt
the treatment of private diseases for 80 years, UaHor1
himself, ha v inn atu-ndod to a practice for so man
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled U
cure all diseases of a private nature, no matter boa
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from nczloctof their own. Itr. King's Disiiensary is
No 23 Deaderickstreot, between Cherry and tbeSquare,
econd story, where be cures an aiseasusoi a private
Uonorhea cured without nauseous medicines or In.
rferonoe with business,
Hlrlctures of old or recent date, effectually cured lo
a few dava. br au oiveratioa which causes no pain,
Where a Hlrlclure exists health cannot be enjoyedl
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
uintw the constitution so mush,
fypbtlis, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out of neglect or bad treatment, can ne euectuaiiy
Cured In a lew davs.
Seminal Weakness Partlcularattentlon having been
given to th.sdisease, and all the consequences growing
out of It, brought ou iu many cases ty the destructive
babita of lnoouaiderate youths, and excessive indull
geuce of the panAiuos, a neglect of which will under)
miue the coumituiion, rendering the subject until lur
business or society, auue sing premature old e.
kom Jos who may be Ul.oriug with any dulicuuy 0
tho Womb may rest assured Immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad. h writing sad staling tbell
ease, with alee endoeod, direct to Or. A. King, No. tit)
lKntTica street, isasnvuie, if uu., will nave the linn,
aary imMiciui Sent to tboir addrras. Ollire hoaf
qui 9 o'ch k tn IUS morniD until 9 la ths evca'Df,
war: no tice.
TZtU AND AFTER TD13 DATE WE
Tho existing stale of alTairs compclls us to pursue
this course, and we wish It distinctly understood that
this rule will apply to EVERY ONE, and bona QOOC
will ask us to deviate from It.
Being obliged to pay Cash for every article we pur
r.haM,we hope our friends and tho public generally
will at once see the Justice and propriety of sveb
course on our part.
(Signed) THOMPSON & CO.,
A. C A. B. BEECH.,
L. F. BEECH,
R. C. McNAIRY CO.,
may 21,1801tl. D. HUMPHREY.
Strayed or Stolen -$25 Reward.
, On the 10th of March last, a BAY MARE
Yi.S.V strayed or was stolen from my premises.
U.iu Mare is anout 14 bands Uign bright
bay legs black from the knee dowu; was lame in tho
right lore leg, wbon she left, caused by pulling a nail
out and the nr very perceptible; was in good order
when she loft, and supponcd to bo in foal. I will pay
the above roward for her return to the livory stable
of Mr. Combs, on College street.
April Iw- JOHN DOUGHERTY.
WATER I WATER!!
Wells drilled by tlio Fntcnt Rock
Drilling ITlai-lilne aro tne cheapest, most dur.
nble and most cleanly, being drilled through rock and
will furnish an abundsiit supply of w.tcr iu the Sum
tfjr Senu for a Circular.
Address ;IOO. It. ft'UICK,
April 3-lw Box C50, Nashville P.O., Tenu.
r''"t' '-i About the 10th of February on tho
- f i 1 Naa h v i llo k Dooatur Railroad, one rod
I' WT'tlruuk, marked Mis. V. II. Akin, Nash.
mi I T 1 1 rrlllr , Trnn containing one note on H.
Alley fur 1 141)0 duo in January, 1801, tw" notes on John
I). Blakoley one for ?S16 dates not recollected one
for ?318 .'3, due In Ijccember, 1861 : two on A. Oho.
ion, one for $11)0, duo Decembor tilth, 1H59, one for
iVlb. duo f)rccmber 2Sth, 1800, and others not recol
lected. All persons are cautioned not to trade for
said notes and papers. Any information of the Trunk
will be thaukmily received. N. R. AKIN,
April 4th, 1S62 lw Nashville, Tenu.
rpEN DOZEN best quality COTTON CARDS, Just ro
X celvej and for Mile at No. S2 Broad street, bo
twecn College and Market. ap 8-lt
x uxv xxs.rs.id.
A NEGRO GIRL ABOUT 10. YEARS OLD AND A
Roy about H yearn old. Apply at No. 43 Norlb
Cherry street or Hi North Vine utroct.
apniH et w. n. noi.MAif.
A lew Itocrnlln wnntod for Co. A,
l'list Ueuimeut Teuucssee Voiuntorrs, Uovcruor'B
Applv at Recruiting Office, Nu 4 Deaderick Straet.
SUTLERS AND CITIZETJS!!
G. II.DOBYNS fcCO.,
NO. 21 COLLEGE ST.,
(Oposltc Sewanec Hotel,)
Dralois in nil kinds of
Jly liive us a call. march 20-aw
M . PEGARD,
FKENCII SIlOi: 31 A K Ell,
(CORNER VINE AND CliURCH rTS.,
"II ESPEtTKl'LLY announces to tho Ladies of Nash
Ji, vilie and vicinity, that ho bus a good and
liishionabln assortment of Ladies and Cbll -fJ'JT'l
dren HIK.K-, ol his own make. He solicits W 1 5;
the patronage of the public, assuring them V
that Ihe clioapncm and good quality of bis work will
be appreciated. Work made to order. np8 -lw
M. LUSKEY L CO.,
OORXHa OF SUMMER tt HOWARD STS.
ABE uow fully prearcd to manufacture s superior
UuUih, which wo warrant to ito enir nt.
factou, and will staud the test of any cluiale, and
will not inpiro by age.
All orders from a distance promptly executed.
A'o. 13. Deaderick ttrtet, Nashville, Ttnn., nex
door to llenderton Bros.,
A KE prwiared to do all kinds of PainUng, Oraining,
l. Marbicing and paper Hatgiug, v prices to sun
tho times luneJO-tf.
Southern .Music Store,
IAS. A. M.CLURE takes pleasure b announcing lo
the public that bo has now assiciatod with hitn
Prof. O. UKCKSK,.lhe popular Musliian and Author.
His many friends and the public geierally, ran now
have his aid In selecti'.ig tilioel Musu aud Musical In.
slrumeuts. My stock of Hhoot Moid aud Pianos' is
the largest In the South-west, lo wUcb will be added
daily all the New Music published.
I am SHU manufacli.ring Drums aid Bugles, which
are pronounced the best in use. Ovo us a call before
1 J. A. ileCLl'RK CO.
N. B. J ist Ifsucd second ed.tioi of the Palmetto
Hong; the mewl popul.ir song ew publuhad tu the
South. In press, Prof. B" aer's new simg, Star of
ljhcrty, which will be ready auo Ul Augutt. Scud
your order. Only 4UC
HAS removed his OHlce and rsldeocc to tho Wet
hi la ot f'-iiul'ii H.git Street, 10 d'H.rs from
tliurch street hi 4-liu
OILS ! OILS H OILS!!!
UETCALFE BilOTIIEKS & (0.,
NO. 28 B-"0 D STREET, .
Wholesale' a ml Uelull
COAL OIL S
AKAfFINE BUP.NINQ CO., ,
CARBON BURNING OIL,
COTTON SPINDLE OIL.J '
CAR AXLE OIL
tUDE, Prepared aud Refined,
CAR AND WAGON GREASE.
t'lRAFFIKIS WAX CA1VDLES;
Exciuaiveiy at vvholesale
ALE MILL COTTON YARN,
0SNABURQ3 AND BHEEl'INGS,
COTTON.PLAID3 AND STRIPES
iVe refer hv permlsaion to
tiEN. Q P.'s'viITH, President Bank of Tennessee.
JOHN A. iHtR, Cashier liae of Tcnnossoe.
Also to the fouowlng Wholesale Merchants In this
Ubbsrs. MORRIS FTRATTON,
8TRATTON & SEYMOUR,
" GARDNER CO.,
0 I L
0 I L 1 1 l
fn.nMa iWtAn KtitsA Oil nm'v.
ITaV'SlSITXIS VUHWH j-m w a
FENTON & CO. ,
CRUDE, REFINED OR BLEACHED COTTON
Oil Cake and 31cal,
5fJ....!AVV VAUO IlUII,Ii:G,....59
f I HE l ltl'Dl-: Oil. is being cxti-nsivcly used for
I Tanning punioses, and Is highly recommended
Tho ltl,i;AC!lli;i Oil. has entirely taken the
place of lard and coal oils, while, tho Oil. fll 13 A Li
is universally conceded to be the cheapest and most
nutritious food for stock in the South.
-Orders solicited and promptly filled at current
-COTT0N SEED WANTED.fft
nov29 3m taa
European Medical Institute!
No. 701 Broadway, above 4th Street.
TIIHE necessity of giving to the public of the United
X Slates, a rational and not expemuvo treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, csjccially of a secret charac
ter, has induced Dr. Sanson (lor several years known
in this city as tho most successful practitioner in that
cias of allectionB) lo extend his sojourn in New York
fur another year.
He may therefore beconfiUed at his convenient lo
cation, "704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand his own and Dr. Ricord's preparations, such as
Flor del Ucayali, (ti )or bottle) agamxt Seminal
Iokhcs and Debliity from excesses or sell abuse, tho
best remedy known in Europe.
His Preventive against Inlection, 1 per boitM.
Ricord's celebrated Pills, again. Venereal Diseases,
one box sultlcient to cure any ase. $J per box.
His Conorrhwa Remedy cures .h tl disagreeable af
fliction In '2 few days, tl.
Rest French Male Kites lmpor'.'d by himself at $3
All his French and Spanish Remedies for Affections
ef Xiitles will Or, win ;li circular o-mH. lining' he
crets of Importance, known to a lew i roned Physicians
At his Institute there aro eiht room provided for
tho reception of Iridic ami Oentit men, so that the
strictest privacy is oliserved.
Ho is under the necessity of notifying the public
that be has uot tho slightest connection with Ins old
olllce, at 61i Broadway, and that au miKter is copy
ing verbally his advci lisemcnls
The mctrs new plat is 701 Rroadwny, abovo
Fourth street, and nearly opiswile tho New York Ho
tel, where ho can be consulted In English, Ctriuanr
Italian, French or Spanish. iM t.
luitUirs should be addrosstd to R"X 317", P. O , .cr
CJTATE OF TENNESSEE In the County Court ol
O Jacksim County, Kebrusry Rules, lioi.
Milton Kirkp ilrick ct als. vs. Ray Kirkpatr.ck tt als.
Petition to set atido piohatc of a will of Amu
Iu this case it appears to the f1 rk ol Ja kson
county Court, from 'Ue pelit oii wl . h Is verilied by
atlidavit that defendants, Nero K rkpatrlck, James
H Kirkpatrick, Alfred T K irkpati ck , Syria Duck
W(irm Duckworth, her bu!aiiJ, rawlord W.
Kirkpatrick, John Kirkpatrick. Heirtly.and
L Heartly ,Jobn T. liavis, William n M. Davis,
Iajwis Davis, Klhs Davis, Mill''l Dms, Knnly Kirk
iwlrick and Milas Ku kpalnck, aro uon resident 01 the
Stats -'I Tenio.ee, that the ordinary process ol
law (annul :e served i.Hn II. eui. It Is therefore or
dered l nio that piiblu att'Ui made ill the N'nii
viilo Patriot, a nertspjpsr published in the city of
Na,hvil. , TenniiMC, I i.r ll.r.-n consecutive vut kn,
rciui'ioK :d ii'n isndeut ilelendaiiM lo api-ar nt
the Court Hoi.t, lu the town ot t.aine-boro, In Jack
mil county , lu the Man ol ' Teuuessee, on tlie lirt
Monday I" June, lv;.I, then and lner lo ei,l- r tti'-ir
(ti.ti in e, if snv.tothe petition tiled iu line case, or
t:,e .am w:H le tae l'r conle.se I against them
n I s.l lor le ariu,; ex parte. 51. u, m,
Aii a l-ii;; c.crw ot .f.n ks-m tjmy Court.
New Steinwav Piano
.Vt Ltuck's Music Storfc,
No, 45 Unloa street.
rpHH lostrumentii warranted new
X and notslxtv days from the man
ulactorry s will be seen on examina
lion. I will sell at mannfacturer'i
price, without additional charge for freight. Thoff
iu wu.ui i rmuu win uuu n to ineir interosi
call and examine it bolore purchasing,
aa'lT-tf MusiO Dealer, 44 Union
REST&URM1T TORTQHI 1
NO. 20 CEDAIl STHEET.
H. V. BASSET. FEOPBIETOB,
THISesUblishment has newly been opened, and Is
fitted up "with all the modern Improvements.'
The tables are supplied with all the luxuries that can
b procured . prciiared in ths very best style.
The Bill of F'aro, indeed, will challenge comparison
with that of any bouse in tbs Southwest.
The finest Wines and Brandies are kept constantly
on band. Dinners or Suppers furnished in any part o
the city on short notice. March 13-3ra
ADAMS, EVES & CO.'S
traali i us
NO. 3 DEADERICK ST , NASHV LLE, TES.
rTlHI3 popnlar cafe is kept open day and nlsht. It la
jm. Mv.Kini will, n iuen, ttranaies ana Liquors of
all kinds, Cigars, Tobacco, ha. Tho Table is always
well-supplied with the best the market affords, served
up in excellent style. Lunch or meals can be had at
any hour during the day or night: also Hot CofToe
every morulug at 6 cent per cup. The proprietors
respectfully ask a continuance of the liberal patronage
hitherto extended thorn. may3-tf
00RN1K CDIA AXD CFSSET 8TKXTra,
NahTiIle. - - Tennessee.
3. !10illi, Proprietor.
I HAVE made extensive arrangements for the recelv
ngof all the delecacls of the coming season, of
Fish, Flesh and Fowl; or Oysters will be from the
most celebrated beds. Pickeis and condiments from
the celebrated establishments of Cross & Blackwelland
Lea & perrln, with a large and well selected stock of
Wines,' Liquors, &ic., &c.
Excellent COOKS and attentive Walters, the whole
under the superintendance of that well known Epicure.
Mr. CH ARI.KS PICLE8. '
On and after the 15th of September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will fled th's arrangement to feeir
It. T. FLEMliNG,
11 ' K 11 , H U 41
62 Union 8tteet. X ASHYTLLi
( Between Cherry and 8ummer streets.)
JT Orders from the country promptly attended to
nOUSE. SIGN AM) ORNAMENTAL PAINTER
Corner Cedar and i: miner street
trr AU orders from the city ci country attended
with promptness and despatch. septll-
Soutli IVashTille Bakery.
NOW open aud ready to furnish parties, private or
public, at shortest notice. Every kind of Bread,
Cake and CoDloctions-constantly on baud and any ex
trasurn ished at snort notice.
First Regiment Governor's Guard,
to nerve .A.
r. in thclS . -
men to enlist
L.l during the war,
Iwl Fist Regiment cf lnf.ui-
llr try of the tn to of Tennemee. and parties will
IflJ lie authorized to rama Companies to till up tho
j.tiiks ol tlie regiment, by apply iun at the Headquar
ters and Recruiting Olllce, llrst olllce west ol City Ho
tal. To Captains organizing companies, and men eo
listing, comlOrtalile quarters aud rations furnished at
once in the city of Nashville.
A. S. THl'RNFCK, Colonel,
FRANK T. FO.STF.R, Ueut CoI,
II. R. MYK.RS, Major.
Mcrch 2'J-lin. M. C. IIROWN, jr., Adjutaul.
.Ylitt. U. MOniisAX,
10MIIS5I0 & F01iVAKDI&
o, 13 Commercial Street.
(L'lTV HLILDINOS.) SAINT LOUIS.
I'urtU'iilar Attention elvcit to all
( iiiisignineuls ; also, lo tliu pm 'idiKao 01 Produce l
h.uilhern and Klcrn orders, or Filling Country Or
ders for Croecrios, jc.
I'.nmi.vu: Baldwin H llodd, St. Ixiuis ; Collins,
Kellogg A Kirby, St. lyuiu ; S.J Mugaige, Philadel
phia , VYoii!ard, Iliidsou fc Co. , yi.iol.m ; 1). D. Ryrie
A to.. Allon, III.; Oeo h. Willey ; II. C. Jackson,
Nubliville. April 3-ym
i:Dtii:ru:Li),TEN. . '
LAD1K.S AND CKNTI.KMKN will Itud this
a convenient aud pleasant House to step nt,
iluated nut a lew yards from tho l).put.
liAfgnk'C taken to and IVom the cars tree of
Charge. MRS. ANN J. HaltMAN.
i A , n .
Wanted to Kent,
ASM AM. Fl'RM.liirDP.F.SlIiKNCE, well located,
in the city or a short diitance from Uiocily.
Address or Sp!y to
S.ril i-2t FiW!Nr PKNII.ITO.V k ftv
IN A PRIVATi: FAMILY Oil lOArtW'
a geulli'inan, vnie, aud two ill'
gin a. Addre.-d ir apply to
V " 1 tt ts t t
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CITY REVKNUE LAWS.
An Act to amend the Revenue Laws
PuiTKMf 1. Ba H enacted by the M 17c rant Aider
men of the city of Nashville, Tbat any person, act:'1
Ing to sell, bargain, or ofl'er for tale In tb j ri.
by exhibiting a sample thereof, any fioods, T
Groceries, Liquors, Wines, Tobaooo, Cigars, r,
other articles of merd andis', traftlc or trau
manufactured In this State, shall first spply to'
Recorder, and obtain a llceure therefor, and the
oorder is hereby authorised and directed to ts. s
speciflo ltconso confined to any particular bran'
of fifty dollars bv the applicant for tho use. of'tii
Corporstion,and one dollar to each, the Mayor and Re I
oordor. But In no case Btiaii a license 00 Issued ti
any person to transact a general businefg, or anthe
rise the tranfactlon of any business by the ya'rties
obtaining such license, otherwise than selinXg, offer
ing for salo, or trading by exhihitlug sampf.es. Pro
vided, this act fchall not apply to Merchantt, Grocers,
or ethers doing a regular business, and uuver a regu-.
lar license in this city. )
Sua. 9. Bo it enacted, That no person shsfl tell or of
fer for sale by oxhlbiting a sample of thcirt laid arti
cles, at any place In this city, without first (complying
with the provisions of tho first section of I his act..
Any person violating tV said provision, on convic
tion thereof, shall be fined not lcrs than twenty dol.
lars, nor more than fifty dollars for each and every
offence .- -
Passed June 24, 1853. '
An Act to secure the Revenue of the City and to pro. '
fctect our own Citisent. T,
SuCTion 1. Be It enacted by the 'City Council of
Nashville, That It shall be unlawful fir any person,
not a regularly licensed Merchant of the city, to in),
troduce or tell w.thm the city, any Goods, Wsret,
Merchandize, or other articles, the growth or mami
fae.turo of any other State or Territory, sod for tli .
sale of which a regular commission merchant would
harj to render an account, wlttiout first having tken
out regular license a a merchant, or procuring the,
wtitten permission ot a regulary licensed commitaicn '
merchant, authorizing him or them o tell fucbl.ar
ticies as may be spncincaiiy st forth 'n V3.TJef:
which permit shall be filed with the Cily Recorder
"so. 2. Bo it further enacted. That it shall be t
duty of any commission merchant granting any psrty
a permit to sell anything as contemplated io the first
section of thl act to require said party to report tJ
bun tho entire end true amount sold nndei such per
mit. And such commission merchant shall I rep-jrt the
same, specifying names In nit annual settlement of
sales and pay the same revenue vnnm vJtli:
most made by him in person.
trc. 3. Ho it further enacted, Tbat any person,
cither owner, asent, or merchant, violating acycr
tho provisions of either of the for'ing ect;oos s'hail
bo lined for each and every offence, not m tLaa
twenty-five nor moro than fifay dollars, f t every in
dividual case of selling to constitute an otfence. Any
person purchasing of such unauthorized p?rsou,
knowing him not to be authorized to sell, tiil be
subject to tho same Una.
Passed August 8, lstil.
An Act to aend t'' Rvrrue lawn of the City.
Stcnos 1. Bo It onacicd by tho City Council of
Nashville, That all merchants, whether' sell ing gis,
wares or merchaudize on their own account, or 0:1
commission, shall, whtu ho, she or they procure li
cense. and at each renewal retyter a written Hate f
mcnt of the amount amrch&nd to sell on own account,
and also a separata written statement of the rr
amount of sales made on cornmtsjion f w cut,'
which statement shall be iu evry ce sw:rn t ) be
oro the Recorder and fl'.ed away fr future r f rence
All articles ta&ihle by t!.f " ; e Uws in th ban Is
of the inerclianu, 1 1 be tax v under Uie cit;r Uiw
And no person shall be allotted tesell such iaiaio
articlos on commission, unless lie. she or tliey iia
have first taken out lirense as a commission mereaaLl, f
under a pena'ty of fifty d"llars for each oflence
Approved March, 14, IS02.
R. B. CHEATHAM.
C. SI. Hays, Recorder.
Am Act to equalize WharUe.
Skct.o 1. Ba it enactctl by the C.ty r...
Nashville, Thai a. I laws discrunimtiog
In tTjr or
daily, weekly, aad' tri-weeklv nacfctU. be. as 1 the
same aro hereby rcpVed, and that all "baits be re
quired to pay t'10 regu.ar rate ot wharfage.
Atin : B- B. CHiATllA54, ii'i.. jr
C. M. Havs, Recorder.
THS exorcises of the HOWARO SCHOOL, -resumed
on MONOAY, March 2i;j, a'. V 0 cm,
The pupils of theGrammar IVpartmest. in r '.?
of Pa. B. F"ori. will as.-mb'.e s. fie ,-ECOND fA.
TIST (Or Ford's) CHL'RCH: thoseef iLe Inf-ae. J.
Department, in cbarze ot J. I.. Wkamv. 1 ':
assemble at the ANUREW aiARi.iJ C!llK H '.
those ol tlie Primary lieparlojei.t, ia ror-- '.
H. R. CoKii.Tr. will a . mb:e at f e Sia CI '!
UKRLAN1 PRESliVTKK! AN CHUHCil rf V -
LETT ). J. L. JbK:"-.
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
Wo have now on hand, aujt.i a.-r.'.e,:i ai
dant surp'.y oft he Pl'RE
"LAKE KINGSTON ICE.".
And all parties ran feol assured of an aai 1,,,
Air Tlie Depot will ; be reopened
In co01 acu so 11. t .
(0RU), (HAXDLEU it f(.,
No. 14 JUri. SSJ.-wt
P.!S.-Ihe Market-House Depot it ecv
March ZlZm V
IRIS9 POTATOES. C;1( J
A I.A1UJK U)T OK CHOICS SKFi AND K.V 4 4
I. I'O a'ATor.S, (Mes'ianno. k and Pius 1
from St. m, nt JAyK-S' COAL YARD. l .'. '
legestreet, near Bros'. "rsAP.
.loyful Sews! j ; j
TheOry is "StUlTliey Com.' '.'
Why beautiful goods, that will caune a ffrrii 1 1 V, " '
As our old friend, M. Powers, h.t jiu.j iriu r.i I
New York -i n
And is roMiviug hi. Store, pouihoasi c irner 01 l , '
A rich Spring and Summer flock, whhh he'll s" v r ;
lair, ' ' ' .
Embracing clothing, and every arllcls In Ihe fnrniUi:ir' . . ,
hx't . ' ,
Which In beauty and durability aroo"truly dlv.n'r. 1
llo has oat and pautt of aluiofcl every stj l.lu'ii
' shade. ' Ityl ye.
Most fivsliionahly cut, and very neatly press A
' ' made; Vcd and
And as fur handtotno vojets-tho'H sell you oufl. K- t
flash- ' ' J ' . , !" f
For fliovery.loast possible bhae of j o'lrca-ls, I mJ
Korforsetlinttold line Wbiesauii i'yi" i Hi, 1 . V
F'orwhom ho keep a variot" of t-e ,
The finest ca I is all fancies Mire If
Both cloth and silk, and new
Haudaoino shirts, and spleny
ro to M. Powers don't ufpe4 '
Kor with myriads vnsw
Woo daro say his ga
Those mot neat V .
medicine ( prJdute.