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trXbp.Cr ANDERSON & CO.
jFatbioaa1le Clotbing' Emporium.
5tO Xarltt strut, efpotltt Maty, JlUCUre C".J
SiXl AVE now Id store one ofUieprettlest assortments of Fash-
Snrinsrnncl Summer Cloihfnr-
overolferedlu thlsmarket,beln;:ui entire new stock, hsvlne
l1iAM,r ....... . i .. . ... . . - .
tuBiuiiuimuBuiuiio vui lastsuuuner 8SIOCK octroyed ly
the Are, on Union st. Thankful for tlio liberal patronage
heretororebestowed on them, ihoy earnestly solicit a con
tinuance of Ui same, ami promise that nothing shall I
wanting on their -panto give," entire satisfaction to all who
wlllfavor them with a call. Our stock consists in parlor
Slack and Fancg Cloth, Doe and Crae Cassi
meres, Drop D'ete Casstmeres, Linen, Alpaca,
Dress, Trick Sheanty Cass i meres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coals.
"Bestof Black and Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valencels,
Linen and .Marietta, souio oflheru beautifully embroidered.
ALSO a good assortment of
- Youtiik and Hoys, CI o tiling; Huts ol
and etvie, amongst them some extra fine
PANAMA, BRAID, FHE.NCIi, KOSSUTH ANDMAGVlt,
togother withovory artielo required lor a gentleman's outfit.
Cloths, Casstmeres and Vestinps, a Hue crsorvtm'i.t, which
will be void by the patcrns or made np tonrder In Iho most fush
louable stylo. (Site us a call pentferoeii, we tliink we can
K. 0. ANHKK.SON,
may 8. II. STOSEI,AKK.
'' I'incKriindicii) Wim:, Ac, ,Yc.
OfTls Pipes pure Brandy, different brands:
r-JXt do superior do old;
5J Pipos superior do old:
SO Easkets Charupajruc, different bratn.
5 quarter casks maJcria Wine, old and Ob
SO ' lo do dn;
"4: Jo Sherry 'o line;
'15' do fine 1'ort do; , - .
. 20 pood do do;
Mttn barrels PureR. It. Wine; V v
xLt "nines Holland Gin:
2 casks Jamaica Rum; ' '
. 10 box asM cordial';
ESido Claret Wlues; -
a do Ouracoa Absj rthe, Marasclilna;
100,01k) Imported Havana CIpars;
M.000 Domestic Clrara; Tor sale by,
dec5. V S. niKATtlAM & TO.
Picket Tobacco Warehouse,
I1AYNCS A: ;ICA1IA7I, Pruprir torsi,
CORNER OP KIGIITII AXI) MAIN bTREKTs",
rpiIK above lire proof Warehouse is much enlarged and Is
.! doing a fine business. Our recelpUhave been upwards
f 10,01)0 hotheads since the opening of our honM 1st ol
October, 1BS1 ami eur sales have been very satisfactory.
Oar mode of soiling Is as follows, vix: Kvery hogshead
ltputnpand sold oultsonu merits, undafler the sale it is
withthoowuerto confirm or re eel tho same, at nls pleasure.
One Unllai per hogsheadcoversall charges to the pwner,
after its arrival at the wurehaose; and ho receives hls-lnonvy
at the warehouse offlco as soon us iho bills can be uiado out.
We are prepared to pay all charges un tobacco consigned to
us, and bold It subject to the instructions f the owner.
This warehouse Isnow doing the most extensive business
of any Tobacco warehouse in Kentucky, and w.i pludeo
ourselves to attend strictly and promptly to all Tobacco
eulruded to our care; and wo refer to our post year's bus
luess merchants, shlppers,and planters generally.
v ery respecu u 1 1 y
HAVNKS Ar GRAHAM, Proprietors.
I'lArXOi:. t tlli l.ubllc are hereb) reg.
Spectfull) Inlorniod thai the subscriber has for
ISale at his Store on Union streel.two of T.
Jllberts PIANO. FOKTKS, with his lm-lirovel patent Kao-
lan attachment with Iron frsmesand compass of li and tit;
octaves. Also, tome of those beautiful and superior instru
ments made by Bacon ,V Haven, having C Valid ?octacs,
and Iheir patent bridge. The subscribers other Stock in
trade Is large and well assorted especially h. Sheet .Mutic,
Ac, which it abundant and selected with Judgment.
ap. 23 tf. JAMKS IIIGGON.
- e-rn S- i If.
:U2 " a x -'S. r-
- s - sti'i H r,s
r.s - .S-T' Sjr.UK
tr. Ol - s - -
-7' f a S S o r H iit:
-ej x w vi s -I. s x u. ?; t- y. ;
NICHOL & PEACOCK.
Fortvanlins A- tlominis-iou Jlerehants.
Corner of Market and Church strerts,
fitCMi m:ci-:i vxs,
BY XI C1IO L if- PEACOCK
ITi: til: VI .'4)0 keg
egs Schoonnaker's celebrated
it Pure White Lead, direct from the Manufacturer.
NICIiOL fc PEACOCK.
I.OIIII. 200 bbls 'A bite Wheat Flour,
500 do star brands, do do
an.23. NICIIOL v PEACOCK.
's A 1 S V.y :0 boxes
JA. an.23. NICHOI. & PEACOCK.
OYSTCKS, 50 boxes Kobinon St Wentz's celebrated
splc'd Oisters, put up in Glas Jnr; arrnted to
keepiitanyclimate. NICIIOL v PEACOCK.
LAii I' lllX COT Ti: K. 50 bags Laguria Coffee prime
S3 do Jamaica do
ap. 23. NICIIOL & PEACOCK.
MJIJAIC Ijbbls Snar.
NICIIOL & PKACUOK.
WIIISVICV.-- lix) bbls 'Anisky.
NICIIOL .V PEACOCK.
IL.Lii:T M:i;II. COObii'hels Millet Seed iresh.
Ml Mill, .v ri'.Ai tn iv.
HOOITlr-i. -JOduzeu bhaker tlrfoiu..
Bun coitus a.m ri,uii:ii i.it... ;
docen tuperiorCottoiiBedl'urd nnd Plough Line..
ap.-3. NICIIOL A: PEACOCK..
rp.tlC. 30 bbls Nurth Carolina Tar.
J. lap S3.1 NICIIOL & PEACOCK.
liars Green Kio Coffee;
Hi Hnesbeads htizar;
m Tibls. Itobolled Molasses;
i.'i ttoxes Calm osp;
2K) ltbls. Pikes and Wtlshires WW Ay.
'M do Domestic llraudy and CIn;
S do K. M. Wine;
50 Bags assorted Cotton Yarns;
!i K Pipes Old Cog. llrandj:
T; 400 Hags flue and Coarsehalt;
500 Bbls. Kanawha do.
SOU Kegs assorted Nails;
SS do Wrought Spikes.
30 Bbls. No.l. Hosiu;
?00 Bbls. Ohio Flour;
S3 do St. Louis, do;
SO Bales Oaknin (Hemp.)
10 Keels do (Cotton.)
10 Bbls Lard Oil;
SO do Ixiaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
4 Chests Jenkins fi Co.'s Teas;
S3 Coils Msiu'lls Kill;
500 t's Cotton Wrappipg Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
S3 do Butter,Soda and Boston Crackers;
Together with, Indigo, Madder, Allspice, (iintrer. Black
ing, Mustard, Alinonds, Cream Nuts, Star and Tallow Can
dles, Dried Beef, Brooms, HemlJohus,.Starcb,.Sodi, Ground
Unices, Ac. Iu Store and for sale by
J..19. K. STEWART A CO.
UrKWIIKAT frl.lsl'lt.-50b:igs verv line Pilts-
borg,Buckwhesl Hour,ro culvesi ami rorisile lv
)C.5. it. SYEWA KT & CO.
CrHIUIierrlek. 3 Bbls received and for sale, b)
dec 5. K. STKWAKTA- CO.
uga Kirs, Just receive 1 by
1IAV1N iV SHa.V.V.
f pllIS road now complete, it opens a roinmunicatinn be-J-
tween Pittsburg and Philadelphia, nrPiti-sburg and Balti
more. By which Freight trom the west can leach aueusleni
market quicker and theapcr than bv an) orthe pres lit rival
outes: they connect with the daily packets al Piit-hiirg,
from El Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheeling, and all the
different Klnts on tho western waters. Alsowiih the Cleve
land aud Pittsburg Hall Knad, sod Ohio and t'enusvlvaiiia
Kail Koad at Pittsburg. Cars run through between P.ttsburgh
and Pbiltdelphla witliouttranhipineiil of Ireigbt, uu udvau
tsre that can be appreciated bv ail shippers.
Iu ease of obstruction cf navigation by W r low wator
freights westward can be forwarded from Pittsburg lo tiu
clnu.il, or towns in the Interior by Kallroad.
katp.s oi riti:n:ur
Between Pittsburg and Philadelphia t.r Ualtmore.
I-lrs ClHfck, Witr Sumner
Dry Coods, Books and Stationary Boots. per 100 lbs.
Hbuea, Hats ami I arpelinc, (furs and Pel
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, Ac. )
Brown Sheeling & Shirting in Pales,-,
Prugs.Glasa Ware, groceries, e pt t ol-
S3 cts. eo els
true, TUard.ar.e. Hollow are, .Macbim. rj , f
OUUP'.ti, vvooa, &c. I
Butterln Firkins A Kegs, Caadle. Cot--)
ton, in winter, Queen. ware. Tallow,
Tobacco, In leafor Mauufactand, East- f
ward, 4c. SC. J
I4EIIU.1 v. lull ui '.."
a,aJ Lard Oil, (throngh) Pork In full car-S
CS cts. cts.
at owwii risk. j
ieo. C. I raiiciscus,
freight Jlgent, ntttlnrg.
11. J. Snceder,
Freight .lcnt, PhiliielpXia.
JTIasrraiv A ltnv,
Fietgkt Agents, Baltimore.
J. JL. F.IISott.
Freight jrent..'o. IVett sl.,.V. Y.
II. il. Houston,
(In, Freight Jlgent. Philadelphia
S. II. PARVIN,
Merchandise and Produce UroLcr,
General Newspaper Agent,
OFFICE AND fsFOKK,
No, 30 Walnut St, Cincinnati
ap 21. tf
jiori-'Kli. 200 Bags Kio Coffee for sale by
(JpprilSi W U GOKDOX.CO
Nashville Carriage Manufactory
fJUlK subscriber takes this method of returning his most
-L, sincere thank to bis friends and the putiliegenerally, for
, the patronage bo lias already received, ami would sat to
t them, that bu non lua iu luml the i f;-t it ml Host
assortment of WOliK 'cveroflered intnts market; IrOui tho
lishtTHOm.NO SULKV lo the finest OABUIOLA CAK
, K1AGE, ell of my own 31 an u facta re.
Persons-from a distance can reft assured of alway finding
, something that will suit their taste, "if In the shape of a
, Cvrrlage." 1 have the lcst orltiurn to tlo ill'
"Wortc. C'ulland seenirasanrtinout.
N. li. I k'ji prepared to build Work to order asbort no
tice. I will pay particular attention to rcpairinc, and will
sell or repair at as low a price' as euyjrnod builder,
j FI.'Kl). SlOAJi,
i Jy- H. Lower Market Street.
rno-l tIi:i't'ltl,l(;. IJIK ubscribr ,-Hf . i
L begs leave In stale thai bo Mill earrv on QSJ-Z '
' the COACH AND CAKItlAflK liUSINKSS, IjfPZXSy- .
at bis old stand on North .linrkelst.lwoil.Kirv
below 11. A II. J)iugljs,V. I'u. Keep constantly on hand
a largo and well usMi'rteJ stock from a light Bugjry to a Car- :
Tliankful for past favors, he mot respectfully is. licit, a i
rootiuiiatiou. hoping by lieapnea, durability andgood work- I
lnanlonto morllvour patronage.- i
I jaii2-ly. S'lll?! i
"il)-l'AUTJV tvltMIIl'.l HAViitliisdav associated '
V- with me in tho bal nevs r WALL PAPHK MANU-
! PACrUIMNG, Mr. I.. SI. HoHrr. The business will Lereaf- ,
ter be conducted at tho lioiuu firmerly occupied by me, i
No.20, Colletro st., next door to the Seauee Ilonse, under
). Ihe'rJrru ofKlagesAijoiby. in rclUniing imthants lo my ,
menu biiu u.u puunc gureraiiy I tino lioenil patronage
" ' " " . - . . . v ... & it.-cilltl riMivil n vuiullitlBllce
of the same lo the old Arm. ntrh. S0,'i3. V. W. KLAGKS.
WALL PAPER MANUFACTORY.
KLAGETS Sl GORSEY,
111 an it t u c ( u r c j- mid Imparlers
or ALL cinds or
A"o. 20, Col'fse 1st., ril Juur to Seirumtr Honsr.
irT" Houses tmpered at the ahortest notice. bT the best 1
workmen in the city. ap. fti.
l'tirc Wines una Liiiiur, lor AledicTiial '
PIIVSICIAN'S, Druggists and Invalids have often experi
enced the almost imposslbilit) of procuring.a pure wine '
, or liquor In thecountn, when It becomes ueres'ary to use
it for the restoration of health. The arrangements of the
' GrsctfunburgCompauy for the purtMe of guarding against
I Imposition and adulteration, both in Europe and Ihitcoun-
tr), are complete, and any bottle bearing tuer seal, may bo
regarded as unquestionably pnre nd unadulterated.
In importing from New tort what is presumed to be the J
i pural article of
Port M'ineaiidltraiidy, ,
hat has been oifered for sale In the city, theubscriber has I
not been governed by n.btives of pecuniar interest. 1
He therefore offers these article? in cases of O.N K DOZEN I
EACHatNew Votk prices, viz: 12 perdozen.
Persons who may wish to obtain single bottles of either, !
i tuny do so of G. II. WKfSKM.,
Upposltu State Bank, Union street, Alii AUlkikz:x, ,
. Agent, Graf, comjuiiiy. ,
Just arrived per steamSnatCaltrnriila, and for salo cheap. I
2,000 poiiudsAlather's celebrated New York News Prlnt
lug Ink. In Kegs and Casks. fjlvl h i
Fool of ltro:il Street,
Direclh opposite the Steamboat Landing,
N AS H V 1 l.LK.TKVN .
J. I,. CRACK, PROPRIETOR.
THE uuder;lgTied. thankful lortho very liberal list- I
ti roiiof-e beslon ed on thi Hiiusa sinro In f.itHnotl it l.i I
lllil the l. ut. lie In March last, most r.-spectfullv solicits a '
coulinuuiitc of public favor- Tnlheboardii.gandlravelliug 1
community, he would ray, that he Is now prepared toelve 1
iiieiiinccoiiiiiiooaiiousequai to any Hotel in tlie city, na
lug procured the scrt ices of polite and attentive clerks, ex
peiience.1 waiters, and first rate cooks. The rooms are largo i
und pleasantly situated, couiiiiaudin? a beautiful view ofthe
river and business portions ofth'eelty. To persons wishing I
to travel by the river the house afiords superior advantages,
Immediately at tlie I.audiii.
Tlie traveller who stops tuTL-need never luose tils chance 1
ofthe first boat. Ilagsage will attva she convened toand '
from Steamboats by the servants ol the Lease, free of charge.
Nashville. Jan. 29. 53 J. '.GRACE. i
iCtna Insurance Co. of Hurtford.
Annuity Fund 150.000.
TXCLUSIVELY heid nledued. and annronriated.1
A-i with Us reserved accumulations, bv the charters!
and regulations orthe Company, tothe payment of Anuu
lies and losses UDon Insuranceon Life, and In mi eventlis-
ble forothcr debts, contrscts, liabilities, or engagements of
Tiios. K. lis sex, Pres'l, S. L. Loomis, Sccretar)t
E A. iiui.Ki.ir, Vice J. W. Sctmock, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
E. A. Eoi.Kizr, Joun L.Hoswill,
HOBEKT BtlSLL, KoUND JliTIIIR,
MilxsA.Tcttlx, Edwin G. KifLtr
IUvRS Q. PkiTV.
Thisbeing a Joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash gylein, the Mamgers have adopted a table
of ratesofpremlum as low as is consistent with safety and
Miica tfirer than those ot the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, received by the
undersigned, m bo will furnish Prospeclusesof the Compa
au, and any information relative therein.
KT'Klsks oii'lavesagaiutt diseases aud accidents causing
death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS NASH, Acent,
03ceN. W. corner Public Snare,
opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, aug. Hi, 185J.
ifi.TO.'fM?-!.. j 0C nrs,3toS, r. .
Tll Till! I'AIiIKItS OFTCXJiESSi;i:(
rPIlK undersigned having procured tlie excludve right to '
L this Slate, "ifers for:ile. First Premi um Mai bine: 1
MANNY'S l'ATE.NTAI)JUSTAI!L: NOiiTIIEKN ILLINOIS
KE.Uhlt AMI MOWEI!.
.Warded the Dr5t j rem inn. lor mowing, nnd the second
for reaping, at the New York Mate Fair, in tho great trial
ul lieneva and New York, in Jul), tu competiton with eleten
other Mai-nil. ej; awarded a Silver Medalaltbe Ohio State Fair
for the best reapor and mower: aud received the highest
award at the Vermont and Michigan State Fairs, fortho best
reaping and mouinr inaehlue.
Tho true merit of this Machiuchas given it a great triumph
overall others, and bisniral.erfect combination ol a Keaper
and Mower, it Comes tothe fanner with double value; and it
Is cleatly demonstrated to be thoouly successful combinaliou
of Heaj'er and Mower.
Asa mower it isinp!e and as perfect as though construct
ed evpre-tly for mowing, and as a KcajK-T it is as simple ami
perfect astf constructed for reaping ouh : all lue change
thatis necesary Irom one plan to ibe oilier, is to in.-eit-r
remove a looe platform.
With a pair of horses, one rvcr, the Machine will mow
from 15 to SO acres per day. dei-cuding on the gr-und. It
will rest the same ipiautitv rennriiig two bands, in running
over broken ground. The driver can lower or elevate as
Lo may choose.
'1 be price of the Machine, delivered at Nashville.is Si'iO,
cr.they will. If ordered, be delivered at Memphis, or any
point on tlie Mi-rtWiiippi, between there nnd MilPs Poll. I,
or a anj p4.ini on Cumberland river, between the State line
and Nashville, or at Chattanooga, or many point between
there and Nashv tile, on tbe Itailroad. at the same price. Tbey
are manufactured in New York; and a itwiil require lime
to bring Ihem on, all who wish 10 procure one for the next
season, would do well lo address me as soon ns eouveioeut,
at Nashville. ap. 5. L. P. CilhArilAM.
Jtl.ACK I.ACU lIONNiyr.v.
S X P t
Just received Materials for maliinu 500 Bnnvcts.
J'Utin Halt, ST. 00. Uirh Full Trimmed Par
is Floiver, $7 to .$8. The Finest Materials
aiul Superior French Tramming;
likewise a large Slock of 1,000
Uirh Fancy Silk Crajf and
Ijite Paris styles of
Blond Ijice and
Gossmar Lace nnd Straw Bonnets, and Paris Millm
cry in all its New, Novel, Bevtij'ul and Ex
ipiisite Styles of Material.
OUH stock is now full and complete, making as ltlch,
I arire and select stock as any Mllu.ery establishment iu
the United Mates, and as regards prices, we def comi
petitiou. After being 8 cars established in liitsiiie, in
Nashville, and doing nearlv the whole of tlie Fine Trade
of Tow 11 nml country, giving iis a large rale for
Iloillicts mid .llilliiii-r' Uooils.
We can and will sell il lo ,So per cent. lower than any
bouse iu the city. Having Ladies from ParN an I the Ea-'t
lo make up Fancy Bonnets, we are prepared to turn out as
line Millinery as atanv partortheworhl.l
IPT As I Intend visiting Paris this Summer to purchase
a Fall Stock of Milliner), 1 will git egreala ISrgaius to reduce
our Slock b the la-lof May.
l.'ioh Paris Flowers, Clblions, Lace and Needlework, Em
broideried Black lotce Mantillas. A very extensive slock of
Children's Hats, Fancy Good-, etc.
N. 1. tio'sainer Lace llounels altered to new shapes
iu superior style, having tlie only new shape Blocks in the
city we can maketheni good as new.
JfJ" llon'l lorget the hnusi. No. 4i Union Streo'.nevt to
the Mate Bank, as you ma) save "3 or 30 percent 111 prices,
my. 3 E. WISE, Aireat.
IJAIM'.K Jlll.n I'Olt NAI.i:. WITH 15d acres
wbles, vVc, and 7 comfortable house for hands. This pro-
jinniy is perliaps as productive as anv in the county. Posses
momi vv ill he ei en the 1st Jatiimrv next. I
jlLsO, 1M 0 acres of loind, adJui'nliiglheMlll tract A large
jrl)ii of which is lieavil) timbered, witli about 200 seres i
iinde.r good lence, and the llnest farming land 011 While's '
ALW). A Lot on the corner of Line ard Cherrjstreet,fro- .
ilingff feet on Cherry.and 170 feetmL ne, on Which there
is a Carpenter's Shop. '
ALSO, 13i acresot Land near the Cillttiu Turnpike. and I
only 1 miles from the city, and adj. lining the Lnnus of Pur- '
l) M'Kcrren.and xvili be iu close proximity to the loiiilsvllie '
Kallroad that is lo be.
The above property isfreo from any incumbrance and titles
clear. mh. SI, '33. It. W. S. Will TKM IN.
TTfE hsvn nntv on hand, and are receiving from tlie Mills,
t full siitsdies of the followiiigdescriplions of Pottder:
feuness. e Itine,tu ouarter, hslf.nnd whole kegs, lilastiug,
-in krjrs of 25 lbs and barrels of 100 lbs i.ach. Sal'elt luse, in
iuni. titles to suit purchasers.
Ourjiottder is manufactured in PjtlJicn count), and vvar
ranlfNl equal toaii) In the innrfcet.
Orders shall have tirouipt attention.
CliK.VrilA.M. WATSON & CO.
ap. 14 at W. II. Cordon v Co.'s, Public Square.
iO'lTOA VAIt.'vST- sTsupj.ly o7 No?s 5f 0, dMJ.7l0,
J aiidbs4) "S)ca more Cotton arns," constantlv kept by
ap. u. CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.
"fl.ACJES Jt COKIJV. Have Just received from the
AV Eai, a large and well selected stockof Wall Paper.
Alo a varietv or Gold, Velvet mil common Uonleri.cf nimon
Aiidflne Window shades, transparent do. beautifully decorat
vd Kirescrceiis,-rci.ter?,d.e.,S.-c.. together vtllh alarjrestock
oiro.ii manufactured Papers, will enable diem to show
H Paper hsBging done In the best manner, and on
the shortest notice.
Country merchants would do well to examine our'toek l.e
fnre purchasing elsewhere. uirh 30. 1M3.
ATAI.UAItl.i: I,AM fttlt. S l,V,.--l WILL offer
v rir;'Uo,'.f:a,urda5'-,lst Mav,injt,nt the Court Houje
11 Nashville, 11 LotsorLandon it e ncrth sidecf the Cum
berland river on ati!rliii's'lu.iiJlke, nud near the Gal
lauu pike, aujoininc I lioaias Cuadtvell and A. McPerrln
and oUier.,atoucaiidlso)oarscrcdll, bond anl security
required and a leln retained on tho Und until tho rmrrha
ye money in paid. MaylO twj E. W. cillLDHKss fir
I AiCD OIL...
10 KblsNo, 1 Lard Oil received aiidfjr
o-i sale lv
v".v.. 01r.1v AICI.CO,
riO.VSTAN IL manutai liirigii.do,i hand a Urge and gen- t of . Tue ilnpro,ements eonsUts ofa large and commo
J". ,f,a '''nl':'!t''f G'''d..s'at u and unglazed Paper.. , jlu, i)we!ling, Kitchen, Wnsh-rooiu,.Smoke House, Cistern,
Hjoboard 1 Pr ut-.Teastcrs, citrlalnPapers and rrnuspareiit Ico Houso.Negni Cabins, Spring House, Uarns, t ribs, ft c-
luuiiw . naues. ... ., , , . I AlsoaflneonhardofliacreswithcveryTarietyoffruittres.
GBOCJBItlES Ac, Ac.
rpV,HUDS N. O. Suffar;,
200 bags RloCoflee;
20 do Gov. Java Coffee;
si oo lag ao;
53 Barrels Molasses;
Hi : da:
1UI Packages of Mackerel In barrels half brl, quarter and
klK ; " '
1U Kits No I. Salmon; ' u
i."0 box Scotch Herrings; ; . . , , ,
lno do Sardines; . - j
S.1W Cannistors tobslers; '
120 boxes, a boxes, and ,V boxes M. R. Raisins;
4 Tierces Hice:
3 Casks Zante Currants;
10 Barrels S.S. Almonds;
!i do Pecan Nuts;
2 do Cream Nuts;
2 do Kng. Walnuts; v ". ,
10 Casks S. Car Soda; ' ' ' '
20 liags Black Pepper; .
30 liarreis Loafiiugar:
10 box 1). R. do d.
Ill barrels Crushed do,
10 do Powdered do;
20 dn ClarlOed do
100 box Stearlne Caudles;
ill do Xlar do;
30 box Starch;
50 box Soap, -J
S casks Extra sugar cured Dried Beef; 1
10 barrels Cider Vinegar;
200 kegs Nails, all sizes;
10-box Chewing Tobsero, diflerent brands; k: i
10 do best Smoking do; '
CO Chestaud boxes Groeu and I'.l.ick Tea;
With nnmerous other articles In tho grocory line, and for
sale low for cash or good paper !
dec. 5. K. S. CHEATHAM & CO.
IJ'loiTrl Flour!! Wo have In store D00 bbls Hour,
X freh ground and warranted good, ' t
ALSO, 2t!0 do St Louis Mills,
700 do Idgan Mills,
SOO do Mason's Rod Rlrcr,
COO do Oremtorav,
All choice brand?, which wo offer lo the trade at low rates
Juno K. S. CHEATHAM Jt CO.
VuliiiiMe Fiirnt for Mule.
-J WISH to sell the Parm on which I reside, 5; miles from
-I Nashville, on tho main Ixnisille and Gallatin Turnpike,
coutaining about 20 acres bf good Land, one lialf i.f which
is cleared and In a high slate of cultivation, and thvolber half
of wood laud, good water as tliere is in the country, and pleir
The Louisvble Railroad, and slo tlie Cincinnati and ier.
laps the Henderson will un within a fjw rods of the place.
Ili st-ldoiu so deslrablo a residence and farm as convenient
to the city, is offered for sale, and ss I am determined to sell,
thoe wijh lug to purchase ill do well to make early appli
cation. Possession can be given at an) time by the purchaser
buying my trowing crop. I will If desired sell slimy stock
or an parlto tho purchaser, also most of my household fur
niture if desired.
Apply to mo on Broadway,or to R. W. Brown, agent.of-m,-o
Ao.Ci Cherry street, up stairs, and either of us will show
the farm, &c, to any one w ishing to purchase.
p. 12 If. A. W. JOHNSON.
w. c. wnmiioast,
ruonis.v- h hittiioum:,
Attorurjx u caw,
JUWill practlco their prolesslon In the counties of
Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman,
A. Kausoui. K. P, Aleullee
I.IOIPIIIt. JIANSO.U tc VO.
Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission
I TAV1NG largo and commodious Brick" Ware Houses
I X within 40 yards of the Railroad Uepot, wlllreceivo and
forward Goods consigned otbelr care, free of drayage at
this point. LiaI
GENERAL STEAMBOAT AiXD FREIGHT
Ofilco on Front Street, near the Wharf, Nashville.
Johnson & Smith, McCrea, it Terrass, Jas. A. McAllister,
II. T. Veatman, Sam. Scay, A. Hamiltnu, Johnson Ac Weav
er, A. L. Davis, and merchants generally,
nov. 13. d.tw.
SPHING OPENING MILLENAKY.
Cn MIIS. 11 L0CKHAKT most respectfully
j 4$Pf, announces to the Ladies of Xashvillo and
coutitn-, that she has just received direct
troni New lork, tho latest and most loshlouable nssoriuient
I of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well selected. If
i any one wishes a real Fashionable Uonnet, please call at Xo.
14, Cherry street, und judge for themselves.
I llonuets, Kibbous, Flowers, Trimmings, and alluew I'at
j Orders from the country promptly attended to.
I Tliankful tothe Ladies for their former very liberal pat
, ronuge, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favors.
) MIIS. E. L0(;iCHART,
j aprilT- tf Xo. 14. Cherry street.
! Selling off to Close.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
W3Ii;Ki:i)ITII, having determined to change his
a present business offers hu entire stock of GOODS
at very reduced prices, for cash.
Consisting in wart as follows: DRY GOODS, SHOES
HATS, CAIU'ETS, HUGS, MATTINGS, Ac Persons
wanting goods cannot fail to find it to their advantage to
call, as the entile stock will be sold at Wholesale or Ketail,
toclose, without reserve. aprilio W. M.
riff lthlj rnr vwj.
Capital $2,Oi,'75 05!
i C f JLPm
K. COLL1X3, pues't.
Isaac AnuoTT, seer J. u. collixs, puest.
IILWIIV H. HYDE, Tiuvruxa Aoent.
T 1FE IN'SUUAXCK is simply selling aside and investing
lj a sum vearlv. with a ccrtaintv of asale leliirnwiih ac
cumulations; whereas other investments, with a profitable
and sin c return, ai e not so easily found, and often cud in an
It is an association formed by individuals, who unite to
1 gcther, under a contract, to suppott each other's families in
cascotileath. In order to accomplish this it bcco.ue, ne
. cessarv to cstublish alunil, which is done by a j early con
1 tributi'on, dulyapportioned among them according lo their
I expectationsof life, and the amount to be received by the
family at each one's decease.
1 Suppose a person at 25 3'ears of age, whose premium on
?l,0iw would be $20 uO a year, should put this Mint out at
interest at the end of one.ve-ar.it he should decease, his
faintly barely gets iWOO with interest added, making 2I.211
onlv. Whereas, fioin a life policy they would get l,0uu
, with his propoitiouH of the uccuiuiilatioii.
1 l'urther itifonuation cau be obtained bv calling on
, P. I'.l'lX'h, Agent.
1 aproo tf.
)'U.isVI,V.t,MA II A I I, ISO AO
j N JTICETO KASTEItXT IIAVELLEKS
A Continuous rail road from Cincinnati, Cleveland. Woo.
fler, Masalllon, Alliance, O., and Cbieaga. 111., to Phil
' adelphla, via Pcnus)lvania railroad, from Pittsburg lo Phil
adelphia. I Tnrongh Trom Cli.clnnati to Philadelphia, in 3S h.
" " Clevelai.d to V." "
" ' Pittsburg to " )'J
t Being tlie shortest aud quickest route from the Great West
' to the Atlantic Cities.
Fare from Cincinnati to Phil, bv Kail-road, SIC 311.
: Cleveland " " 10 00.
Masalllon " " 1UIK).
; Plttburg " " 9.VJ.
Cinciunali to Philiadelphia, Cin
) ciiinatl lo Pitlsburgby Slcaiu-boul 11 TO.
Tickets from Cincinnati to Philadelphia, or l.altiuinre by
I Kail L'oad, can be purchased or P W Strader, Ticket Agent,
1 Cincinnati. And by the Steam Pack.'t Line to IMlshnrg, and
j thiiuce by Kail-road to Philadelphia, from the Captains 011
1 boards. And from Cleveland, via tho Clovi l.ind and Pitts
! burg rail road, and Ohio and Pennsylvania rail road of 1
I llorloii, ticket agent, at the Middle House In Cle eland, Ohio.
: On or about tlie middle of February tho road will be open
ed from Crestline lo Wooster, and time between Ciurinuati
, and Philadelphia reducedtn 31 hours.
NOTICE. in case or loss, the Company wlllhnld thennel
' ip. resiionsiblcfjr personal baggage only, and for an amount
not exceeding 100. TIIOS. MOOltK,
Paksenger Agent, Philadelphia.
, mh.16. tf l'aflngiT Agent. Pittsburg.
JUM" received from the Ora feiiberg Company ol New- York
, a full supply of all their iMipularfainil; iiie.hi.'uM, v iz :
The Oriefen'oerg Vegetauie Pills, of which overoue
hundred ihousand.boxesaresoldeachaiidevery week
i in the iruited States, alone; box', 53
The Onefenberg Health Hitlers, composed of the
most invigorating nnd healing roots, herbs, and barks.
'Iliey are the most universally esteemed tonic known,
and will never be Used without bene&L S3
Tho Creeu Mountain Ointment, will relict epaln
caused by a burn, scald or biulse, uuicler than any
! thing ever Anoun, S3
The Gra'afeniierg Sarsaparilla Compound per bot
tle " 1 00
The Kye Lotion, a jiositivc core for Inflammation of
tlie Kyes,w eakues. diiunoss and falling of sight. 23
. The Ch'ldren Panacea. W'ellknowu in Nashville to
i bo the bestmedicinecvermadeor prescribed for chtl.
' dreu. 50 ,
I The Dysentery Syrup, 'or diseases of the bowels, 50
1 llr. Llbby's Pile Ointment waranted to cure. 100
Feveraud Ague Pills For Intormittents. llumb Ag
ues, and all diseases that manifest themselves In per
iodical paroxysms, as sick headaches tic, A-c. 1D0
The Cousumption Halm, (perbottle, Msi
Marshall's Uterine Catholico for diseases of females, 3U)
The Grafcnberg Manual of Health; the cheapest and
mn-t simple book 011 the science of Medicine ervr
For sale by all Ilruggistsln tow n and cnuBtry.
fob. 1G. ALtX. MACK1NZ1E, Agent, Nalivlllc.
fT WILL PAY WELL to subscribe for tho Knickerbocker
1 Mazazino, oneof the oldest and best periodicals In the
country entirely original and American iu Its character,
issued uionlhlv at $3 per annum.
Harper's Magazine, monthly $3 per annum,
Putnam's Mjjrazlnc, monthly 3 do
Hlsckwnod'slCdlngburzh Magazfno, monthly 3 do
Edinzbur? Iteview, Quarterly 3 do
Quarter!) lteviotr.. 3 do
Westminister Keview Quarterly 3 do
North British Keview, do 3 do
Grahsiu's Gentlemen's Magazine published
Godet's ioolvs Hook, published monthly 3
The Home Journal, e.tiled by George Morris
and N. P. Willis, the most popuUr family
newsraiers now published 2
JfAuy of tlie above popular Magazine, wilh tho Home
Journal, will be furnished lor four dollars.
Also, Llltell's Living A se, coutaining Hie best articles from
the best periodlcals;ln theworld contalnluglargeramount
of readable matter than any work published at the same
Iiricc. Published weekly stSlx dollursperannuiu, or the
JvlnsAse and the Home Journal forSevendollars per an
num. (Jqn.25.) ALEX. .MACKENZIE, Nashville.
UASHYXLLE TOBACCO MAITOFACTORY,
Xo. 4S, on College, near Jiroad Street.
THE subscribers are iimiinf.icturing Tobacco from Ten
nessce, Kentucky, and Missouri Leaf, which they war
rant as good, and will sell as low, as any Tobacco ofthe mine
quality manufactured elsewhere. We solicit a call from
dealers generally, ns Tobatco of our manufacture will be
found to give good satisr.tction,and pay the dealer a fair pro
lit, A. J. MUSSELMAN A CO., Manufacturers,
No. 43 College, near Broad streets, Nashville, Tenn.
march 9 tlj
LAUD OIL 'Jo barrels pure water pressed Lard oil, Jus
received persteamer John Rluipson.for sale by
f-b5. Jo, 73, Public Square, DAVIS & fiWANX.
DRY GOODS, ' )
THO M P S0 N & C O. u.
N. 21 I'ul.Ilo .S'niiarc. NailiTillr,' J
HAVE receive their New'Goods, and can assuro their"
friends -that-llicr. have s'iove'r oua'ned a tnrinsr stock
si attractive they Muul.l call particular attention to their
Plain Slilc drab and I'u'y Colors. Pfalii'Berege, Ml colors.
Rich KigM Beregesi 11 SilkLa'veiidiir col's,
Vrenclr Organdies " " Apple' Crteu '
Challeys, all colors, " 1200 Jl Plaid India Sk's,
Karlandfor Kobus,s Rich Mantilla MIVs'.
EvoningSllks, lk Satin Natlousl,
Bridal Dresse, Klk Gro de Shine,
2000 yardsi very line and shear Printed Linen CatubricVj at
EOcenV. ' i
A great bargain WO yJ(old falilone-l) Drab' and Ind
col'd Pougresf.ir Irvebng Hreiaes Jaconets, Naln snks,
India dimities, Stvlss and Krencli Muslins, Cambrics, Hair
skirls. Hair and Grass elpth for Skirt. '
I A:i: COOll . ,Valeir.liues,lIoiitoii and Bjibrold'd
U Munkeleer Collars, Lhemtsetts and hleeses, bwles and
Jaconet hmhroideiies, Houncings. Uimity, bauds Richly
Kmbroldercil Skirls. I!lk Laie Veils. Valencienns, Kuglish I
liiuiiiuiAUi.il lairs- j
tTl ANTl LI.AN.-SidenTiidSilkanll'-sralf stiles. Ap-
-l'l iilione azt JIanlles HIS and cofd Black lace Points
and caris, Velvettrlmed Lace Mauttes. All kinds of I acj '
andilkGoodsfor Mantles .Corendmodes.faIUnds
Art!. Irish Linens, Linen fjlie.tiug, runw i
I.iaeus, lable UiaerJ, loweitngs, .Merscmes nunis, t
Murlia and I-lce curtains. Iam2tkt,cl-c.
rTiIJllAlAt;- iOoT.-t;on.bax.MIk"VarFA7- J
paea, Hikchally,llnede Ioiines, Widow's cloths, canton
crapes, liercgc ue Lane, roriaro siiks, nukis, eouars,eti;.
MISCI3l7li.AINlTiiiT. -Parasols, shades'." spL-ndid
Fan, Kibbonds, Dress Triiumingi, Kid Gloves, lac
Milts, silk Gloves, kid cut. Bonnets .Misses Leghnn flats, best
make or English silk and cotton Hosiery, silk shifts, Gents
MKIM AiW BV AV K.l It'-bUhsasTiuietcs,
Vesting, co'tanades, col'd Linens, Linen Drilling.
Frenbh Linens, china sit coat!ng,snrab do etc, and summer
cloths ofall kinds.
Domestic Goods of all kinds far scrfanls,' Prluls chintzes,
Glnhams,Berego de Lalnes.
Wo solicit a early call,' as we are ronSdent our s'ock
offersgreatinducementsto buyers. THOJIl'SONA CO..
inf. id. No. 21, Public Square.
just iii:ci:ivki nv exi'kess.
At R'icliol foriter.
NO. Iff. rOENtR or THE SQTARC SJIO MlSKIT ST.
KECE1VED this day by express, some very-KICII and
DESIKAHLKDHENS GOODS U which i wotil.l cordially
Invite the atlention of my friends being confident the) wl'I
be pleasedlinth as resrsrdsslvles and Prices, villi-
Extra Kich Paris RilkTissues;
" Satin Plaid Painted 15rrage:
" Brochie Diin'rs ! Verox;
" Sutr Whlti Plain Satin; - '
" hmVd l.liciiCambr: Hdkfss
" Paris Trini'd Valeccleune Collars and Sleeves;
" Voat and Sleeve-;
' ' Collars:
And a great varletyof other articles esll and m.
ap 23. JAMfcS N1CH0L.
No. 13, corner of Square and M.lrkftst.
hi c x a i it y At r it u m a n .
55 College Street.
ARK this day reeeiviiiE and opening some verybeautiful
Goods, for the Spr'ng Trade, and most espeeirully s-
licit a tail rroni ths Ioidies. W e cau show them ot cry thing
now In the way of c ..
llcrutru dc l.aliie".
Lucca., Silkbt 1lx-cts, I
millions, Ac... Ac. Ac.
We shall continne to receive Goods by every- arrival,
through the mouth ofMarch, and our friends na beassured
wo will sell them uleo new things and at ren-onable priees.
McNAIRV it I-Ull.MAN,
feh. 23, 1813. N. M College street. -
Ilurrf.vVs I'ntent I'liill tu tloii
COltV I'll 1. 1..
THIS Mill diflers from all others in the constne Hon of
the upper or Banning Sh oe, which' is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed In a ca.t Iron Case, whicli
forms the back and hoop cf the Slope with a Cast lion Ej e.or
Bush.thanlsofgreaterexlerssldlpmetcr at thebottom that
al the top, which Is secured tothe back by fnurbnll,so that
everv block Is in tho form ofadnvetall winch eive greater
strength to aStoncthananvother method which is reipiired
in small mill., wh re the stone Is' run with great speed, and
become' dangerous If not s'rorgly trade. It!soglveany
weight to a "stone ofsiralliliaineter th .1 Is required without
having It thick or high, that makes It lop ne..vy,
tins mill is a si
the form of a bus'
lirlver. and Kei
ipiare rraine ni-de Cf wood or catiron in --INTER STUAIN'ED SPE11M Olli, suitabic firGnc
-',wll.U 1S"Je lre F,V,,v'ieVVr!:' .r. W machinery for s-ile by H O. SCOVKL
gulstinr Screw, anil grinds u' on lhe seine ( ' ' .
oHtolnle as a larLO mill, dillerieir only in the I.'unncr Stone;
this being of great welrht enables It to grind neare the cen
ter a "renter ipiantltv ofgrain withlo'spowerthan anj other
mill now in use. This mill is portable, at.d may beattached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Erench Burr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Jo.epli II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, for
which he obtained Letters Patent in S42. Foraliinrringe
ments the purcliaserjwilt he held responsible for the right
These Mills dorot require aMillrlglit to sllhemnp; ar.d
ullil,-.tU n... esarv lo nut them in operalJon, is to attach a
I hall(l to Hie jmllev on the spindle, with a drum mflitieiilly
I lar-o lo run a tweutv-fnur luch Mill '.'40 revolutions i.er
i minute, attached lo Gm. Sleam. or V."ater Power. il the
steadv application of two horse power the Mill will grind s.x 1
to H "bushels ir hour of z od nio.d: and vt ill grind wheat 1
as well us corn. 1 no ininy 111111 mm, 11 pot 10 n, luuesi
speed, wli' arii.dfrom ten to Uflceii busbelsper ho ir.
Thene mills are warranted to be In ever) respect as recom
mended. ... .... .
I UmiiTio run Ustxo. 1 lace yourmlllaboutcnfeetfroin
' tho Driving Pulley In a level pn.iiiou; make the belt Of 1
leather six or eight inches wide. G.ve the StineWO revolu- j
! tious s minute with the sun. Keep the ueifc ar.d step of j
I the spindle well oiled. Place Ihestarou the back ofthe
KunningMone.in tho-amn wny as the Cross ou the Driver,
i that Is.theway thev are trimmed to run.
Kofer to Thos. Pat'erson, Eiq.,of Highland county. Ohio, I
' Jesse Bl,E5q.,of Clinton county, Ohio: C S. Bradbury, 1
1 Esq, of Cincinnati, and a number ofoihers. ;
All ordeisdlrectedto JOHN K. HOUMAN, I
I No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Mlddleand East
I Tennessee, or J. 11. BUKliOWS, J
janSO d. tr-w. &w.ly. West Front st. Cin.O,
I " " .1. ii. A; i:.TT.THlTK il.-., " I
BROAD STKKET. .t HOOILs: FKOM MA l!KET !
THE Subscribers respectfull) inform the publirth et they
havo removed three doors from their old stand, and .
i now haveon hand a general assortment of Cmifec-tion-ery.
Supur Ornaments, consisting of Cakos, Candles,
! Nuts, and Fruits of every variety, pliiiirisl Itistrn
: niciits and Toy. of every desclption. Fishing Tackle 1
1 So.la Water, Mead and Aloalvvavs cool.
Their Candies will be warranted lo be uperlnrtn any
I mannractured in the city, and will be sold Wholesale at I
I vi , ..nits per pound.
I Orders from thecountry carefully put up, and with dis- I
1 nslch. - fEOV-'
CilC. IIS--A WI5VAmJ!VAIj. IO.OwI El Divan,
' 4,(i0 1st Joscphnr.
For sale 011 Broadway at
J J. G. A C. KOHEitTON'S.
WHO I. P.S ALE GKOOKK,
f! O 31 31 I S M I m I' It C II A N' T ,
and navi.v.i ire
Cotton, Toliacco, and all kinds of Produce.
Corner of Clarke and Market streets.
Nvsuvili a, Tsvx
! un lri
OO BONKS Double- re
So bags Pepper.
lined loaf Suzar.
SO do Stuee,
CO kezs St. Louis Golden
A ceroor.s Iii-ligo,
S casks Madder,
II" gross Mulches,
CO doz. Painted Buckets,
.'.II boxes M. K. L'aisins,
50 i do do uo,
50 ,"1 do do do,
10 tierces Kice, Ac,
150 botes Star Candles,
213 do Tallow do.
do Imported Cigars;
do Tobacco various
73 bid Smiths 01J reserve 7."lbls Domestic Brandy,
Whisk), 2bO bbls Coin IteetiBed
F5 do do 'Gin, Whisks,
IM do Old Bourbon do. C do Sweet Malaga M ine,
51. doO Id Monona la vtllisky. o ca-sss rinc i icncu
4 casks Old Irish Patteca
42 bbls C-untry Double
42 bbls Country Docbie
;p do Old Port Wine,
H do Madeira do,
Ij do Muscat do,
10 bbls Kant,'
distill! u "lusty, .
Iu slore and whlih will be sold unnsually low fir cash, ot
In miiietiial men- Jan. . II. S. i-'KENCH.
I L.llMIlt-H'0 llbls lenn. H. U.i
a-s aii " Old Moilongahala Whisky,
-loo tibls lenn. D. H. stilled l lilsky,
SO " Old Bourbon 00,
50 " OldH)C do,
JU " do Kescvo do,
10 PipesoldCos Brandy,
2 " Holland Gin,
10 bbls old Madeira Wine, .
. -BO Indian bbls sweet Wiiio,.
, 100 bbls A.M. llraudy,
30'" N. E. Knm, V '
30 "A.M. Gin,
21) " Sweet Wine,
JO " Old Port Wine,
50 " Claret Wine, ' .
10 Assnrteu uoruian.
II Gal'ns Old French Hrandy; In store and for salo
w. bv dec. H. L. II. I.A.MIVK.
fl'IIK co-parli.erihlp herctofom existing under the mm'
L and stvle of MO.Sli iV KON,is Hits day Olssotvco
ilM.u tliio'ibR Finn must be naid tot.. Moses.
The undersigned will uot be re'pnnsitle for any debts
i contracted, by any person or persons, without au order from
nie. L. MOsiES.
Y TEHY THANKFUL- for the liborat .atroiiPK9 extended to -
V lil 111 torthe l..st -2 )ears, re?pecifull)lnforins his friends
and lno public, dial he hs inadcairautreiiienis to chango
his present business. and tt II! dispose of his present Slock
ol PUItNITUKK ver) low Tor CASH, cntisistlngofeverv tiling
neces'urv for llou-e-keet ers: Parlor Furniture In set-; Ma
hogany "and o her Chairs; liivnus; Marlile and plum Beu
reaun Hook Caue, FinefdehOard-Vlledstead-or add.-s-criptions:
Tables; Presses; Maltiesses, and a large vanei)
tf Furniture of all descriptions, which 1 aia deienuii.ed lo
sell for less than any other House Iu the City. Call and satis
fy )OureIvcs. L.' MOES,
Nasliville,MayC tf. , No-10- College st.
WANTED TOHIKU. For thebalauce .ftt. present vear
' 2iic-.ro wmnen. rood Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply
K. A. HALLO WE,
mav 4. Gen. As t No. 17. lv.ideriee st.
Ki;jIUV,I,.-.JUIlN PUIaiV'nTAlLuIll.NG and CI01I1
Establishment near the Union Hall, has been removed
opposite to Johnson" A- WeaverX Mraket st Jan. 6 If.
17ioIt llllill.-A sp'lghtly boy 13 or Hv ears of ats for
' the balance of th')e:.r. KVA'.L" A., . V .
I ,wIi p. General Agent No.,1.. Deaderick st.
I-vU It Itlii'l. HUGE and coniiuodious htoie
' House ou Market street, 2d door below tl.e Union Hall.
This location is not surpassed by any in the City lor cither a
Dry Goods or Clothing Stand. Forjartn-ulars, apply to
No. 17, Penderick st.
DRY GOODS, &0.
D1JK.SS (JOODS. -Rich Brocade Silks, in a.U colors;
IitcSi eat Plaid Silts; ricli lllack ItrocaUa Silks;
Uich White lirot-odcSilks;; HiclrUoqnet Jc lames;
Uicli lllack (Jro dc JJhiocs inall ClieckM De Imes;
Ricli pUia tin Rhine; binall FigurM lie luies;
Ricli Plain fJro lie lirtines in all cbt;
White, Piukaud llliiaUn) ilq Krancci
J'lain f.jran hilks; Mnaii tiguru t,;Minicre-;
NYatlflieeketl Silks: 1'laiil (aidiiiK.'re:
French, Knglish ana (ierrnan Alenthies in all colors, plain;
Io lames in all cohliv;- Plum Calimeres.
Wo have a lar-ri! assortment of the above gooJs vtliicli we
w ill sell at ver-it3iIiiceJ prices.
mM J STKVEXSON 1 VIUTE.
We have abeautiful assort-
i i. rnent.
surfias Al4Kicas, Oo Ioino-', Canlou Cloths,
hlack KnglisltCVa Italian .lo . 'tomWitie, fenl
Urns. Ci-ane Veils. Mournimr Handkerchiefs, lloisery, tol-
l.trs and .Sleeves, Clloves, Ac . . . 1
t:iar7 simiusu. niuir.
crv oinl- I
W t.t I I 1, !!: T.. i i ....l.T..j
w v v; jfieaciieu jniini", .lawue, v-.wv--, ..t . ......
Swlls Moslhi. Ciiwrt'd an.r StrinM JluJius: Hair Cord.
Chcck'd and Strip'd Cord; India Mulls and Twills. Shur
French and Mainsook TwilN, l!oo!r TwiiLs. In shoit, we
lutvua large assortuieutot the above Goods, which we will i
si-11 vcrv lov. niarT STFATNSO.V & WJHTB.
7lMtS.Wehave a beantiful.assorlinent, which wilt be
wld at greatly ieduced prices,
niarr STEVEXSOX & WHITE,
1) KUFUJIEItVColowne Water, Extracts Hair Oils
and Soottt, lrom the besl Fi ench rcrfuiners.
STEVEXriOX i WHITE.
1p.11IsaomEUIIC!f AM) LACK GOODS. !
1 Bc-atiiilid Val. I-ace Chcmizetts and Sleeves to match, j
lloniton Iice do do, Xcedle Work do, Honiton Lace-trim-
med do. lloniton Val. and Necdlc-workcJ Sleeves, Collars, 1
An., Valcr.cieiies;Laees, Iilings and Inscrtings, Swiss and
Jaconefs luscrtinr nnd Etlgings, Black and 'white Iotce
Capes, Black and Silk laces," Jaconet and Swiss Buffings, (
ic, Ac i
Ilousc-Fiirmsliing floods. Kich Satin I-tce for i
Window Curtains, with trimmings to match. Curtain Dam-nl-i
in virietv-. Lace and Muilin Curtains, extra Uicli
Table Daluasks, in all qualities, Towel Diapers, Towels and
Napkins ofall kinds, Darnsleys, 10-1,11-1 and 12-1 Lmen
, i l-t aim i-'i i.uien
iiglis-h and American 1
Sheeling, 12-lMusliudo, liench, tnj
i 1 uniture I nnls.
I Ladies' Hosiery, Gloves autl Underwear.
il Kilt Merino nnd loimhV Wool Vesls and Drawers, Union
Dis-WSilk Merino, Linen and Cotton Hosiery tnT Indies,
( JJW ' 'mJ ohihlren, in cverv variety, best Paris Kid
, f , AljiSci Children's Wool
' . ' . ,,' amU;Iolc. For
" aTevTvenv t- iflHTI.'
liin uv v. . . . . ,
mar" Xo. 50, Comer of College st. and IheSju are.
FASK10XAELE CLOTKTIiG AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT, A7. 11, Mir Sire(t,jtee dovn jeom the 1'iM.e uarf,
THEl!Kmav lie founila clioiceanu welt seiecieu
nor"", all ?
V stock of Cloths. Ca-siinei-es and testi
ofHhich will be made up to order in the most lash-
ioinibie Stvle-iuid at as short notice as can bo done many
eil v in tin! L'niou, and at iiria-s tp suit the times.
I heail )' 2iailt: Clothing. Ctuts, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A line assortment or Alun's Furnishing
Coods: Silk find Merino under Shirt. Shiits, si:ock,
I Cloves, Susie!ideis, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
' rliarmeuts cut at (he shortest notice, rieisc call and
I examine. Jlurj THOS. J. 110UU1I. Agent,
, -T-XTXTED at the Sout'i Xashville Furniture Factory, of
, good SEASONED LUMliKli- '
100,00V feet of I'tnch Walnut Plant wide;
fiy.0 do y"lo .'lo J;
5o,000 do 2 do do do do;
1 lOii.UOO do Walnut Scantling, S feet long, i, 5 A 6 in. si'rc;
luO.OOo do Cherry tlo do uo;
1110,000 do iya if.ch Cherry Plank wide;
iO,"XK) do do do !;
W,0y) doi! do do do;
frf.HiW do Ash, ranging from to 5 in thick wide plank;
AI-, Poplar of all sizes ued for Cabinet purposes, lor
which &u will be paid on deliver-.
Also, 25 or So good CABINET MaKEUS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. AUo, 1 or 2 good UP
H0I.STEKS. None but good workmen need apply.
CllIOX CIIO.V. lo cases ChonChon, received this
ydavbv ntiSO IL A" J. MXOX.
TLOL'faiS. 10xXo. 1 Peacock Ploughs for sale bv
1 april '. W. H. OOltOOXJt CO.
CtAltVKT BACS. We have just received all assort-
went of Carpet llagi various stvlcs and prices.
MVEKS A JUG ILL.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, Xo 5ii Coliegc
DTI. T. T,. 3IAIJDI.Y olfers his pnifcs-ioual services
intl.epraclii-e.rf" .MEDICINE und SUKGB11V tothe
citizens of Nashville and its vicinity.
ZrffO'.lwe Cuuaitv sjtuekt No." i9 between Union and
Chui cli street.-. april 12 trtv 1y
EAMAGE u- CHTJECII.
"VfO. 42 COl.LKIJESTP.Eirr, liavejut opened a lot ol
1.N the Finest Patent Leather IhioU and Shoes, ever oi
fered in this city
. Gentlemen's Patent Leather Dress Hoot;
" Coifgress Gailei-s;
" " ' lluttou'd do do;
" Dress Shoes;
" " Jlonterey and Oxfonl Tie;
" Purer lhtcksVin do " do do do;
P1..1. nn.i r .;... r..,.rr,.cJ c.;i...
s.no wju Mi-mb yj.....so. v..v..-,
j. 11. cuititnv,
xnrniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
t and the public generally that lie iiiof
keeps a full assnrtuient ot Furniture 011 jf3ig
hand, consisting of E 11 cans Ward-robes, Beds: ends, Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Hook Cases, Sliovver-Buths,
Ordered work and rep-airing done at the shortest notice.
and onvery lcasonable terms, Willi tle-iatch.
Jlattrosscs of all kinds made to order common shucl
kept constantly on hand.
lititlcrtiiking All orders for Coffins can be filled in
-.very short notice, at the follotving priees, as I
s. .-3Sivr keep every description nlwiivs on hand, together
wilhgood Ilerses, Horses and earelul drivers:
Plain raiclid Coffins, from if 10 to $l."P0
Covered Cotrins from $M to$75iM
ServaiiU'CToirms, Sl 00 per foot.
All orders left at nivsinreou College street, Xo. 2."., omhj
site tlie Sen annee House, will be punctually attended to
both night and d.iy. airid asrl-v J.H. CUKIILV. '
FOB MALE AND FEMALE.
J-)EYE lT.UlTFCL AND MULTIPLY, is n command 1
J that should be cheeifully obeietl bv the children ci
men. Dr. Israeli's JUXO COKDIAUorl'rocreative Elixir, '
prescribes as an effectual restorative 111 c-ase of Debility
uijMitency, or llarrenness, and all irregularities of ii.iluii. '
Ilis all that it professes to be, viz: Nature's gi-uat restorativt, i
aud remedy for tluvse iu Hie married state without ollsptin .
It is a certain cure forSeminal Emissions, General Debility, .
Gleet, Wi-akiits, of the Genital Organs. Xervons atTecliins, ;
Lucorrhea or Whites. Ai an in viimralinr medicine it is 1111- ,
equalleil. AIo, a certain remedy for Incipient Cuiisii nji
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Phtsical Ijssi
tilde, FeiiiTile Weakness, Debility, Ac, It is warranted
please the user in any of Hie above complaints, and is
priceless value to those without offspring.
Caution t.'vtni. Find the nanie of Cotnstock A i.it'i.
ersouthe, wrapper and never buy it unless you tindt'te
n.-tnira as it has been extensively couuterlited oflale.-
Avoid the counterfeit nsyon iild poison.
UAUllW;iUllT A AKALSTKONG;
W'ii)Ua.eandr.e'htilAgt'i Comer Broad and Mi.riet
fjulyl2 dtrw A w 12111.
.JJAP.ELEIZED r?.0:i HAKTLES, C0LXT1D;S, PEDES
TALS, TABLE TOPS, &C.
rplIC SAI"VMAM)l-:i: MABBLK CO. invite public at
JL teiitiou to their Marbleized lion, as one of the greatest
discoveries of the age, and for which they received the
Uiiui Mkihl at the last fair of the American Iusli
tutc, and the Mkiul at the Fair ofthe Metropolitan .Mechan
ics Institute, hehl at Washington in Eebtuary and March
of this year.
Tliis'materiiil, havinga meialic basis, is more durable
and cheaper than Marble; its repieseiitations of piecious
Stones und the choicest Marbles, iu mote than sixty differ
ent varieties, are exact and surpassingly beautihil; itis ca
pable of resisting a greater degree of heat, and it cannot be
injured by the action of acids or oil.
SILAS C. HEItniXG.
The manufacturing department oftliisCo. isiinderthesn-
pcrinteudenceofi:. F. A J. P. W:u.t.tiis, the mvetiiorsor
''!csys,,!mi nnl the financial tnd general business ilejiart
ment that of Joiw Huston', to ul.oin all coinmunicaiiou-
tujy beiidiltcssed, at the principal Wuie Booms, S13 Broad
way, New York. (uiay7 3 m
MOULTRIE HOUSE, SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
-0 BENT FKOM FIUST AI'UJL N11VT. This JX
beautifully located House, coiiiaiiunir 81 lame i"-
airy sleeping rooms, with the requisite drawing rooms, par
lors, Ac, bott ling alleys, and billiaid room new und 111 er
fect order, witli ample and good accommodations for servants-
thiee cisterns capable of containing ubout scveuty
fivo thousand gallons ot water, with .1 large salt water bath
house supplied by a forte piniip. The house is sunoundeil
with a piazza cf tjvo stories, amply piolicling every loom
from the aim, and firming a deitgfitful piomtuade. Its lo
cation is immediately in lroutof ilieeiiliamu to the huibor,
t bus commanding a Gne view of the open sen, and of every
vessel nnd s-earner iws-mg in and oui; the surf which rolls
up continually to within a few bundled feet of the front
hums one of tliooe peculiarly beautiful attractions of a sea
watering place, ami the sea beach affords a line drive or sev
The House is iupplied with nearly all the standing furni
ture 1 enured.
Application can be made toWM.M. MABTIN, Charles
ton, booth Carol ilia, who will gire all information desired.
The Chronicle A Sentinel, Augusta, Ua., Union, Xa-li-Tillev
and Southern Patriot, Greenville, S. ti, will eopy tri
vteeklyfor one month, and send account to Coiirier Ollice,
Cliai h-stnn, S. C, at' the eXjiIratfon'ot'tlKit ptriod,
X april iV
IdW kegs Shoctibcrger's Nails
-for sale, bv
H.GOKDON A C.
D3. AB1.01DS iraiOHTlllS.
GREcrlliix, Tenru, January 1?, 1852.
Dr. Aesold Deak Sic I considei it but an act of jus
tice Id yourself and tho community, to stale to rou the Tery
great benefit I have received from Hie use of your Union
Pills. Having been fornuita a number of years, greatly
(roubled with distierisia, and constipation of the bowels; at
times alarming me greallr, I tiscd every other remedy, al
most that I eer read or Lead of for tlie disease, all without
the least beneficial ftfecLy 1 had ulniost come to the belief,
tliat it was useless to try any more; as I labored under
prent debilitr, and my stomach was greatly injured by tak-
tn-r the duTcrent 1111s. medicine. Aa: but OU Ireanng my
; ue.gUbors scuk. go freiinenlly of the beneficial effects of '
your Union I'iUs, I concluded to givetlmm a trial, oDd
: bouglit a fitly cents Tial, and commenced their use From j
( tne lust do?c of one Pill 1 was satisfied it was the medicine ,
. forme. 2 have not yet used (jmlcoue Tial, andean now sir I
1 to yon with the utmost pleasure, that 1 have uot for the last
! ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such good health, as I have
since commencing the use of your Pills. I wculd take no i
sunt lor the good iliese Ya hate dme me, and almost every )
brunch of my family have used them with- the same happy i
effect. At limes some of the negroes have lud symptoms
of fever at the first complaint 1 liave given them one or I
. i . . i i. . . .. . . i , i . - . .
two Mils, and never had to repeat the doe but once, which
effected a cure. Your other medicines used by my family,
nave uau me ran nappy tinTU i simu aiwavs Keep a sup
( ply of your Pills on l.anJ, aud I tliink that no one, laboring
i a-. 1 have undcrgrcat debility and dyspepsia, with all ihei
I evil consequences but what would, after a u of your nied
i idines, join me its saying tlie same at them,
t lei -ectfuUy V W MASTERSOX-
For Kale at the Dnig Stores of ZIMKUMAX. T. WELLS. !
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER.
rpiIE grt-at rcuicdr for niietiniatism. Gout, Pain In tho
Side, flip, 1'act, I-imbs and Joints, ScrofuU, King's
l'1"' "hitc Sjwellitigs, llard Tumors, SUlf Joints and all j
- , ,
1 1 "? wlu!c.veI-
Where tliis Piaster is applied, Pain cannot exist It lias j doing wonders fur d"ysiptie during cases of l)bi!ity, tttia
been beneticial in cases'of weuVnevt, such as Pain and , ciatiiai, Xerrous Decline and Dyspeptic Coiisuinplioo, x,ll-
Wcuknc-s in the stomach, eak Limbs, Lameness, Allrc- ! posed to be on the verge orttiegrsve. lue remuuc ci
tionof the Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys in- deuce upon which it is based is in the highest degree cumnis
,i;.. ..:.:.. .i .,;.,t.M
ill II ills.
a r j t a tr trv mt
j, rr ?s
The following commendation is from an agent rcsid
ing at Trenton, 'f enuesaee.
Tuextox, Gibson County, Tenn., Xov. 7, 1
Messrs. Scout. 4 Mead Gentlemen: Tlie Hebrew PUs-.
ter is becomin' popular !n lliissetlion." There is a Udr iu i
this coiintr who savs ihe would not lte witliotit this Plaster
i- 17- .... 1 I ., .11 ei .iir-.. , i
lor uve iiuuunru uuuon a y ear. one was uuncieu lor some
tune with an enlargement of the fpleen, which gave her
a great deal of pain. The swelling and pain hod extended
un nearly to tlie arm-pit, and occasionally she could scarcely
breathe." She was confined for a considerble time, during
which she was attended by some of our bct physicians, but
tney gave ner no reiset. Obe procured a uox. oi IE
brew Plaster, and it relieved her almost immdiatel
mil, Oim lt.dn4 ti iit,t1- tf it rm ti'tnrt vtndtntTv
facts vou ore at liberty to ue as vou think projer--thcy are
substantially true. Kespectfullv, ytmrs, &c. '
J ESSE J. WELIS.
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations. Dealers and
Eurchaser geneially are cautioned against bnying if any
ut our regular agents, otherwise they will be impur-d upon
with a woithlcss urtkle, as many base couuterjeits of this
l'la.-terare in existence.
Itcincmbrr. Tlie genuine is sold only by us, and our
I advertL-ed Agents throiigliout the South. "Xo Pedlar is al-
I lotted tu sell it. Iufuturctliegeiiiiiuewitl have the igna-
1 titreoth. lAlLOItou the new steel ulate engraved label bn
the top of each box; to counterfeit which wilt be prosecuted
1 as forgery.
i riiilotokct; or remalc rricntl.
For the cure cf Painful and Disordered Jleitstruasion, Mis
carriage or Abortion, and the rehei of all these bympa- .
j thetic Xervous Afl'ectious attendant ju IVcguancy.
1 Iu setting forth the merits or this valuable remedy, the I
I proprietor has been actuated by the certainty resulting from 1
exiiericncc, that the mct gratifying efftcls vt ill be found at- ,
tciid.iut on its use. Ee-iiles those complaints wlucli have 1
I been named, the Philotoken mav be used with advantage iu
Fluor AlbtK, Pndypsns Uteri, Gravel, Dropsy, l)jspeisja, '
1 and even iu Cousuutptioti. In some of tliese, auxiliaries '
will be retpiited to perform a cure, and in others, it can act
1 ouly as an auxiliary, or a palliative to remove the tempora- ,
' ry sulfering. J
j The Philotokcu is not oflercJ as a cure for all the ills
I which flcshis l.eir to, but us a remedy and pievcntive
, for a certain chn.s of complaints iu xt hieli it is warranted to j
J do all that is here set forth, or tLat medicmo dirocted with 1
1 experience and skill can.
j Itemember, tliat "an ounce or Preventive is north a
! tiound or cure." !
I N. 11. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, will be careful to 1
observe niywntciM-iguatiire 011 Hie outside label ct each ool
tie, to Countenett vtliicli is rorgenr.
T. C.lilSLEl Proprii
Price 1. iM:r bottle.
I'roprictor, Hamburg, S. C.
Forsale by SC0VIL A ME.1D,
111 Chartrts stteet, New Orleans.
Gental Wholesale Agents for the Southetn States, to whom
all onlcrs must be addressed.
Sold by EW1.V, IlKOWX A- Co., Xashville, Tcnn.
W. W. A J. 1!. BEHUY, d.;
J. Jl. 'IMIHIJIAX A Co.. do:
CAP.TWKIGHT A ARJ1STE0NG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do;
11. G. SC0VEL, do.
jan 1-1 dlww
UNTIED STATES HOTEL.
riMIEabovc H0TKL is now open for the reception of
1 PKItMANENT ANDTllANSIEXT llO.VP.DEia. 't"
This long established and u ell-known House has under
gone a tlu.niugii alteration throughout, and lurnishetl wilh
new ami foshioneble FL'UNITUICE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market nflords; and the l'roprietor trusts, by a systematic
owtrse. Iioth with servants and the regulations of the house
gcnemlly, he will be enabled to give until e satisfactwi to
those tliat may favor him with their patronage.
janan lyt'ru- JSC). W. SPEAK.
" P.. F. SELL.
Wko'.crale and Eetail Grocer. Dealer in Foreign and
Daasstic Liquors, Receiving-, Forwarding and
Opposite Sewanec House, College st, No 23. J
jxmes oLOVctt. w. i Boro.jr.v
GENERAL AGEXCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
So. 50, Cherry strut, 4 darn from lhaJerkt.
ci.ovmt & KOY.U,
(sCCCESSOUS TO WlLtt.lllS A iiLOVER,)
"VTT'IIiL attend promptly to Buying, Selling, Leasing, ar.d
Y Beiitin ' Ileal Estate, IIctinc, StU4X(t,.xxD Hiking Xc
part of the United State, Ac, Ac. Orders for Negroes at-
tended to pnuuily. and instructions faithfully obeyed.
itrt fciiLXCLS. Gov W B CampbxHl, Ex-Gor A' V Brown.
DrJohn Shelby. Whetess A Hobson. lUnttr. Dyer Pearl
iCo, Jkwlert, W B Shepard A Co, Jiiniert, Col V K
Steveii'ou, Gen S K Anderson, CtiiJiitr J!ant of 'HiiMarr,
C. i;. GKILVYII.I.i: .V CO.,
General Commission Merchants, Chattanooga Teen.
'VIT'ILL jay particularattentiouto sales of Bacon, Lard
aud other articles of Western produce.
As they have 11 large and jiersoual acquaintance, and di
rect cnrresiKindence at most of tlie iuuiortant touns in Geor
gia, nnd part of South Carolina and Xorth Alabama, they
ttill lie enabled to dismisc readilv- ol thealsivc mentioned
articles in se-as.111, aud lesjieetfully -solicit ctmsigiinieuts.
t rx. riTEVEtsoA, cvp, . .
JIoito vN- A Co., AuthcUe.
S' ' ""rr' . re 'T? .1
Bruilev, 1ilsOX Al.cx, UunUttlie, Ala.
iirt JtiO i;o.l-J Uuart. Pin . and Jla.tr Pint
W boxes tjuart bottles.
SO boxesas'd tumbler.
0 boxesjars (Tillou, halffal.and quart.
2 casksdne decanters. Korsaloby
dec 5 K- UHEATIU MjfrCO.
lDvEh'sheIjtTngs : LidVEK sheetlxosi:
AT J.O. 'J fXIOV STI'.EET.
TUST received a few pieces lzqr. Ijnen Sheetings which
will lie sold very low. Also a very desirable stock ol
ladies dress goods consisting of Silks, llerages, SLiuia
Cloths, loiwns, Jaconet aud Swiss Jluslins, line dotted
Swisses, Gloves and Hosiery. Bonnets auu Bonnet Kibbous,
Linen Cambric Kandkt rchiefs. ChemizetN, Collars. Ac Ac
Bleached und Brown Domestics of every quality and price.
' Silk, Satin and Jlar.seilIesYestiiigs;
beautiful assortment of Ladies" shoes rt hich we. are sell-
I inn.at xerv low nrices.
We eaiiiesllrsohcit the attention ir customers to our stock j
I befoie purcliaing elsewhere, as vtearedetermineatosell as
1 low n any one. Don't forget No.'.' Union stieet.
1 innrchiT THUUSTON A BEIINAP.D.
C1ALI. SOON. For sale Au excellent Blacksmith
i 2 valuable stout Men;
' Women, extra Cooks and House Servants:
j 1 Woman and Child, SI years old, good Cook;
1 very pretty Girl, 13 sears old;
1 1 N'o.1 fancy Boy 13 yirars old;
DABBS A rOKTL'K,
1 TebT Jfo. "3, Cedar street.
A VALUABLE" COTTON PLANTATION TOR SALE,
v N" tl.e West fork of Stone's river, in Hutherford ciMinty
Tennessee, containing WOacres. ii.c ana is 01 very
y) Tennessee, containing fAO acres. The land is of very
. !HIfr,orlMI'Y' aIV-" t ;.fi3
etl lo cmss and irraiu of all kinds is within three utiles ot
the Na-sliville and Chattanooga Kailroad, near a good tor 1
pike has good spring and stock water in abundance a
comfortable weather-boarded dwellingwith good out-houscs,
all new cotton gin and press and all other improvements .
needed on a firm. Tlwt subscriber wishiDg to pi South this
winter, will sell it on very favorable terms II immediate an
plication L made to him,"or in his absence to Major John W
aun.lo tr HENBY J. WILLIAMS.
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTUB1NG COMPANY.
HAVING, at great expense, promircd the most rtcently
iini.nived machinery and tools for the construction ol
Hie heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their tiatronage. We are
to ftou horse power, wilh boilers of the best Tennessee Irou.
Saw AlilK Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
n . . .. " 1. - . s.:,t
haws, embracing me latest improvements.
Engine and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Simar 31i!l ofthe most recent construction, with Engines
to correspond, put up iu any jiart or the Southern countiy.
Cotton Citis. Engines "to drive Cottou Gius, with all
r appurtenance maile to Order at short notice
ca-es where it is dcsireJ, vv e furnish an engi
put up the engine and instruct ait intelligent negro, so that
lie may continue to operate the engine, Ac
Brass aud Iron Castings of any size or description, with
Shafting, Mill (leering, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order.
Information cheerfully given and orders received by
.1. THOMSON, President.
X. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
O Living, Cti'hier J'&mUr Html, J It h lute. C'd- Jf 6'a.7-
imi liiart. 1 Tsniuev. Urfc Ltretiu uw, r i.Liieaiuani
... ... . 1. .V. . r ,...,. 11 .. 1
. c rx lAHiMit vottrr. u 1 fscou, jiuiw.iiiii,oa 00111 1 yy
,::. ir...i 11 i-.i ., s-j,.. ivv;n.!.,n ',.;.. ir.tr 1
V l.T Wfl, 11 I'llU .S.t 1- S 1. ,...uu, w..- ..ut.
111 1.1... I-,i....S II.. I.
piepareutn mute to inner luiurouu .iiiiciuucr) , iuco
as laxomotives, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switcii 1
Stands, llei-air Cars, and nil work apjiertainingto Bailruaihi. j
Sieiiii. I"ii!riiips Bout mid Stationary Eutrines. from 5 .
EnUred accordtBjr to Act of Congress, in the rear 1851, by
J.S:iI0lIGnW.iI.,in the OerVa Olfce of the
district Court for the Eastern D'd trict of ffrUBTlTtaM
SEAT CTKEJQK DYEPEPSIll-ASOTHEB
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
THE T2TJ2 DIGESTIVE 1X1111), 0E GASTEIC JUICE,
PBEPAKED from Rennet, or tlie Fourth Sl4iiae!i or the
Ox, aftrr t!ie directioiis ti l!ora Liebig, Hie grwit it.t
stdogical Chemist, by J. iL llonghtou, JI. 1) 1'hiUdtlphiJ,
Ti.;a; Imlr wnnderfnl remedr for Indigestion. Ivspep-
sia Jaundice, .Liver Coniphunl, Consumption and Pebihtv,
curing aflerNture"aovrn method, by Natures own Ageo's
tlie Gastric Juice. , -,, a
Half a tea-poonful cf rcpsm, mfused in water, -Jill digest
or dissolve live jouuds of roast bctf in about two hours, out
of the stomach. ... r .i
Pensinii the chief element or digesting principle of the
Gastric Juice the solvent ofthe food, tlie purifying, pre-
serving and stinmUtiiigagent of the Momadiand intestines.
Itiaeitractedfrora the digestlse stomach of the Ox. tht
formiugan artihctal digestive num precise" "-
GastricJuice in its che uical powers, and furnishing a cotn
plete and perfect substitute for iU Dy Hie aid of this prvpa-
tne pains ana evns oi imugo"" " -.'- i y ,
rd justas ther would be by a healthv sloiraicn. It is
I .. .,T,5l 11.. T :...r !.: iti.nfMl
acieutllic x.viuciitc iiii jtu.,, . , , . .
work on Animal Clieniistry, says: "An Artilicial Digestive
vii.t.t .nnlKniiwln tliriGatric Juice, mav be i rerwrtu from
j tie ul'ucou7menibranc of the stomach of the Ox, iu which
various articles 01 ioxl, as meat auu rjts
changed and digested, just in the some manner as they would
be in the bumau stomach.
Dr. Preira. in his ramou treaPse on -roou anu s-.ci.
iblished br Fowler A Wells. New York, page S. tatp
i nnl.twlti! Iiv
f. . y -1., , niaOuvt e.t 1 af-iaratlon.
me same great wci, auu iicstiiww m.,..-"- t
inere areiew uigner amuwi"" w . - - .
iii bis valuable writings un the "1 .
Dr. Combe, iu his valuable writings i the -l aysiol.gy
of Digestion," observes that "a dimmution ol tne uue hujji
titr of tlie GastricJuice l a prominent and aU-prevailint'
and he states tnai -a uimiiui.i
! bring animals, which proved completer successiut.
i Dr. Graham, anlhor of the famou ivorks ou " egetablo
i Diet," savs : It is a remarkable fact in 1-hrsiology, tbai itm
t...w"r .nlm.h nwratel in water, impart tothe mud
awumvii.j vt uuumk- - - ' . i t r
the propertr of dissolving various attieles of food, and of e -fecting
a kind i-f artificial digestion of them in no wise dif
ferent from the natural digesSiveprocess."
Dr. Simons great work, the "Chemistry or Jlan. Le 4
nt.nM,r,l PhiiiulpJnhii. 1S4iJ. tl- 521-2.) says- "Thedis-
i covery of Pepsin
dissolved as rapii
forms a new ens in the chemical history of
VSSIStXlt evneriments we kliow that fimd
rapidly in an artiticial digestive tluid, prepared
from Pepsin, as it is in the natural l.osinc Juice iiseii-
! l"rofess.,r JJuuglLson. oT Uie JcHerson College, rnuiiueipc a.
! in his great work on Unman nivsiologr, devotes More llin
I fifty pa"es to an examinatiou of tliis subject. Ho esprr -
ments vvtth Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obta.n ;l
I Trom the livin" hlunan storrach, and from animais, are e.I
' known. "Inallcaes,,'lH;says, " digestion ocenrted as; er-
fectlviu the artific'al as in the natural digest.on.
I Dr. Joliu W. Draper, l'rofes.-or of CUiinstrr in ti Col
lege or the University of Xevv York, iu his "Text Un.V of
1 Cheni'Mlry." page vl, savs: "ItliasbeenaiiuestnaiBhether
1 artiticial di"estu ondd be irformed but it now univer
sally admitted tluit it may Isr.
lir. Canwnter's standard work on rhysailogy. whicli is .t
the library of everyphvsician. and i used a a textJj.k 111
all the colleges, is "full 'of evidence similar to the above, le-siwctic-'
the reuiarkable digestive power of Pepsin, ami the
fact that il mar be readily .separated from the stomach 1 1 tlie
cair or or, anj use.l Kirc'xTierinieutsin artificial digestion, or
as a remedy for disease of the slomadi, and deficient secre
tion of the'Gastrie Juice. .
All modem works on Cheuu-drr, Mutetia Medic an! JTiy-siolo-'V,
and all goal Jfedical Dictionaries, describethe clrar
acterand properties or Pepsin, and state many interesting
details resia-'ctiugit. .
Tlicract tlutan Artificial DigeslivoFluuI, or Gastric Jn.ce,
perfectly re.-ewbling the natural Uuid, mar be readily pie
parod, doe uot admit of question. Theonly wonder rs. that
it has not before been applied tothe cure of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia so naturally does such a use sugge3i.tself to the
""Asa Dyspepsia Curcr, Dr. Houghton' Pepsin has
produced the most marvellous effects, iu oses of Debility,
Emaciation, Xorvous Decline, and Dvspeptic Consumption.
It is impossible to give tlie details of cases in the hunts or
tli'u advcrtisemenl; but authenticated crtificates.haTobeeu
nven or more than two hundred remarkable cures, ui ITnl
adelphia, Xew York and Boston alone. Tlieseweie neajlyall
desperate cases, and the cures were not only rapid and ou
deriui but permanent.
It is a oreat nervous antidote, and mrhcularly useful Tut
tendencyt"to Bilious Disorder, laver Cotuphunt, Fever and
Ague, or badlv tieate.1 Fever and Agu, and tlie evil effects
ot Quinine an'd Mcrcnrr and other drugs upon the digi-.;t.ve
organs, aflcr .1 long sickness. Also, Cor excess 111 eating, and
the tooTiee use or ardent spirits. Italmootreconeilesheallh
with intemperance. .
Old Stomach Complaint. Tlicre is no forri of
01d Stomach Complaints tvhrch it ihs not scent to reach ard
reu e at once. No matter how bad it may be, it give c
stautrelier' Asingledoseremoves.iHtheuupIea.santsvn p
toms ; and it imly needs to be repeated for a short time t
nuke these good effects permanent- lltrtty ot blit a:;.l
yiorof Ulv liillow at once. It Li jiartieukirlv ewrclleni Ji
casWs of Naiusca. Yomtting. Granitic, Soreness (S the l"it or
the Stomach, Dbtres after Eating, Low. Cold State vt the
Bloml, Heaviues. Iwr.ess or Slrit. Detxmdrcv,
ciation. Weakness, Tendency to Itisamrr, Suicide. Ac
Dr. Ilotishtoa!! l'epsin i hl hy ticailral! t!.e
dealers in tine drugs and popular meiheines thnaiglicvit the
United States. It is prepared iu powder aud in tluid fore),
and in prescription viols for the uj of physicians.
l'rivate Circulars for the use or physicians, mar 1
obtained or Dr. J. S. lloughhm, or his. agents descr b.-g
the vvliole process or preparation, and giving the aiithont-rsi
ut-onwhicti the claims ir tliis Uewreuieily arebasi-L .iit
is not a secret remedy, no objection can be raised against lis
a-ebr physicians in respectable sUndisg aud regular prac
tice. " Price Ox e Dollar per Itottle-
vo,..;.. ; lnxvd?r sent bv mail free ol r.!aje. Fur
Villi li II L V 111. IS 10 v.. . " . t -
Powders contain just the same mailer as me oouirs, uim
! w;u be seur bv- mail, free or postage, Tor Oxe Dollak sent
I ,p,tpaid) to lir. J. Su HOUOHTOX, JL D., lluliulelphia,
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