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FEBXMS & CLACK,
WHOLESALE GBOCEBS, rfiv
Cemmissiea aad Forwarding Mcrclianls,flt
Cotton and Tobacco Factors,
Corner of'CoUegc and Church elreeis, XaTttillt.
COFFEE 200 bags Kb SO bags Havana; i
&0 do Laijuyara; Ml do Java.
CIGAKS 20,000 Itw.iliiTa!i 10,000 American; i
100,0000 Cuba 6's and Melee Cigars;
CANDLES 200 ooxua Sperm and Star;
200 boxes Stcnne an Tallow; ;
COTTON YARNS A lot of assorted Nos. Of nuburs, su- j
' penot quality at "manufacturers prices;
JRTJTTS 100 bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; &0 dniras Figs;-1
00 frails Almonds; SO bills Pecans;
FISH 50 barrels and ha'! barrels Mackerel;
-75 KitsMackerel; 12 case Sardines; t
FLOUR 800 bbls Oalligo: 175 Cincinnati; j
75 5n St. Lorn? (Ilarrison's;) .
CLASS 800 bosea Window, all sizes;
123 do Qt, Pt,and 14 Pt, Flasks;
75 do Fl int Tiiinb era aud Goblets; '
CO do Strnatt and Can Jars: ;
V0 Demijons. five and three gallon";
' IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sizes,
LIQUORS 15 cases London PorlT quarts and pints;
10 ca Scotch Ale
75 barrels American and French Brand;
95 do Apple and I'each "
4o0 do Whisky, various brands;
60 do Holland Gin; i!3 do IT. E. Rum;
25 do Wine, various kind;
100 do Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 150 bbls and 4 bids reboiled and S-House;
75 bbls St Louis and NO Golden Syrup;
NAILS 159 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
130 .do "Wheeling, " '
PICKLES 15 cases choice asserted Pickles;
10 cases Tomatoe Catsup;
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar?
100 bbls St Louis and Philadelphia Crushed and
"Pulverised; 25 do Loaf (Loveriug's;)
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bblsKanawha; 250 sacks lino and coase;
185 sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes ban 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed:
TEAS 20 cases various brands;
TOBACCO 50 bores Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRIES Iadigo, Copperas, Madder, Olire Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, iSalarratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac.
For sale low forcash by PERKINS A CLACK.
CiJ Liberal advances on consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cash or Groceries,
may 8 PERKINS A CLACK.
EDWARDS & HARRIS,
FORWARDING ATfD COMMISSION
Dealers in Brandies, Wines, Cigars; &C.
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND CHURCH STS.
SUGAK. 200 hhds Prime Kew Sugar;
f0 barrels Clarified Sugar; SO barrels Loaf Sustr;
50 do Crushed do; 10 do Powdered do;
Justreceivcdandforsaleby EDWARDS & HARRIS.
MOLASSES, SYRUP, &C. 150 bbls Prime -Molasses;
i!0 bbU Suagr House Molases;
10 bbls Golden Syrup; 0 kegs Golden Syrup, just re
ceived and for sale by EDWARDS &1IAUKIS.
CtOFF.EE. COO bags Green Rio Coffee;
100 bags Laguyra Coffee; 50 bags St. Jago Coffee;
2.5 do Java do, just received and for sale by
may 22 EDWARDS A- HARRIS.
SALT, NAILS, Ac 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
600 bags Fine and Coarse Salt;
X) kegs Xaila and Brads, for sale by
may23 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
CIGARS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
100,000 Imitation do do;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale by
may22 EDWARDS U HARRIS.
CANDLES. 20 boxes While and Funcy Was Candles;
20 do Sperm do;
200 do Star d;
100 lo Jlould do;
For sale by may22 EDWARDS & n.VRRIS.
BBLS No I, 2 and 3 Mack-50 chests Tea, Imperial, j
iiiacik anu irunpowuer; 1
100 kits No 1 and 2 Hackercl;
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
100 bxs STlt Raisins;
20 do Layer do,
SO or bxs do do,
5 taerces Bice,
20 frails SS Almonds,
15 bags S S do,
25 sacks Pecans,
20 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Prunes,
5 do Citrous,
2 casks Currants,
5 hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pic Fruits,
20 do Pickles.
50 bbls Vinegar:
5 do White Wine Vinegar;
100 boxes Soap;
SO do Starch;
50 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed do
10 do Pow'd do,
S tierces Dried Reef,
lOOboxs Chewing Tobacco,
50 caks Carb.Soda,
10 bags Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
C do AUpice.
5 ccroons Indigo,
2 hhds Madder,
10 bags Uinger,
1 me Apple Llieesc,
10 boxes Gr Pepper,
Bent's ater Crackers, 20 cases Toughson's Bit-
25 caes Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Syrup,
200 reams Wrap Paper,
100,000 Corks, assntcd,
0 bbls Water and Butter
With a great variety of other articles, for sale by
may22 EDWARDS k HARRIS.
D RANDIES, WINES, &c 20 qrcaks fine Bran-
20 do Brandv Cherries,
10 hf pipes do do
25 J So do " do
5 casks old Madeira,
5 do Sherry,
50 do Port;
uO Baskets Champagne,
Mumm's Fleur de Selley
Anchor, Bonchc, A other
25 cases Cordials,
CO do Claret Wines,
20 do Muskat do.
In store and for sale by
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 pipes pure Holland Gin,"
1 hbd Jamaica Kum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
60doD D Country do.
0 do Penn. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casks iiondon Porter,"
100 bbls -Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
Eu cases Newark Cider,
EDWARDS & HARRIS.
LARD OIL. 0 Bbls N'o. 1 Lard Oil for sale bv
may22 EDWARDS A HAIllJK?.
HUGH VCCI1EA. rP.ED TEHRASS.
McCItE.V & TERR.VSS,
Wiolenle Grocers, and Dealers in Foreign and Do
totttdc Liqaon, Flour, Iron, Casting?, Salt, &c,
Corner of liroaJ and Cvllfae lrri,
SUGAR AND MOLASSES. 175 hhds Prime New
75 bbls Loa Crushed, and Pulveri7ed Sugar;
150 do Rebelled Molasses;
lOObbls do; Cokegs Golden Syrup; instore
and for sale vcrv low, tor Lash or l'rouuce, by
COFFEE, FLOUR, CANDLES, &C600 bags
Bio Coffee; 50 do Lagoara do,
00 bbls Sup Flour, -anous brands;
160 boxes, yt boxes, and K boxes Star Candle;
To do Summer and Tallow Candles;
60 do Doyles Superior Soap; 70 do Starch. For
wderery low, by niaySl McCFEA A TERRASS.
IRON, NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL & AXES.
ISO Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
S00 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
C0O0 lbs English BiKtor, Crawley and Caststeel;
20 Boxes Axes. For sale, bv
tnayoj. McCREA & TERRASS.
LIQUORSSK1 pipes Brandies, some very fine;
1 Cask pure HoUand Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncheon Irish Whisky, very fine;
25 Casks Port Wine; ' 5 Casks Sherry;
25 Baskets Champagne Wine, pints and quarts;
SO Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherrie-.;
40 Bbls Robertson count v Whisky;
". An dm Tlavidnn'-a l-.rtr;! ill
fW de nonncr distilled Wliiskv:
60 do Mouongahela Kjedo; 60 do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lOdoN. E-Rum;
35 do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
terms, by maySl McCREA A TERRASS.
TOBACCO ANI CECARS 20 boxesLanghoni
and Aruiistead Gold Iaif; 40 do Ferguson's do;
50 boxes Muscodam Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky do;
60000 Haranna Cigars, various brands;
COOOOMela Cigars; 20000 Cuba Sixes do;
may2l' McDRKA A TERRASS.
OALT. 1100 Bags fine Salt.
1100 Barrels Kauawha Salt, for nalc low by
raajoi ilcGllKA s i r.iiiiAa.-5.
SUNDRIES. 5 Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Coppcra-,
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
P do AIpicq 2casesIndigo;
60 cases Imperial and Gunjiowdcr Teas;
' 1 Cask Muddcr, 3 casks Putfy (in Bbid r)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda;
60 Boxes of Jenny I.ind and Quart l'Jasks;
100 do Pint aud Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross Mason's Blacking;
100,000 Percussion Caps; 3 Bbls Alum;
The aDovcvNilll.ld vco'l-at the wnjer -yt Broad j
aad College streets, by
McCREA A TERR
McCREA & TEKRASS,
Censer of Broad and College Streets, Nashville, Term.
Agcnttfor SmUh's Mt&uryhand meeUx;, X X ., and
PALE AXES, POKTKtt & KO JVX STOUT.
HAVE now in store the following, which tliey will tell
atPittsburgb prices, (transpoi'tation added) to-day:
1 iBbls GVSmiUrsPiltsburjrli Ale for tumiucruse;
150 Kennett Brand equal to the best bcotch Ah',
1004 do OO ior lauuij usv,
SOtlasks Bolllcd do;
Jio.Lotner; VV. A. Ransom. E. P. AUntioo
Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission
TTAVING large and commodious Brick Ware Houiei
HUUW yards of the Railroad Depot, will receive and
1.1wVrd Oooi censlfavd ottsli care, free "W
H. C. ANDERSON & CO.
FanlitounbIc Cldt!iliir Emporium.
10 Mtr&tt ttrltt.etpctitc .Vctry, JUeCUrt Cf.j
t XI A VB now in store 0c oflaeprclllost assortments of Fash
! 11 ionable
Spring and Smnnior Clothing
ever Offered In this toarfcetjbcirigaii entire new stock, having
the misfortune to have pur luetsummer enocc aesirovea oy
Qfi dk. on union si. uiauttiui aur me iiireiai wMuuuko
nereioiorcDesiowGU pa-icui, laey earucenv ouuci u wu
ttnuance of the sauie, and promise that uotldng hall be
wanting on their "fun to give entire satisfaction to all who
will favor thoinwlUiacall. Our Hock consists lu part of
Black and Fancg Clolh,I)oe, and Crape Cass i
. meres, Drap li'ck Cassimera, Linen, Alpaca,
Dress, Trick Sfieaney Cassimeres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coats.
Best of Black and Fancy Silk, Satin, Cashmere Valenciils,
Linen and Alarseiles, same ofthem beautifully eiubroiaerea.
ALSO a eood assortment or "
Youtiis ix.nO. Hoys, ClotUInx; Hals of
Ci'crr Description 1
and stvle.amonrst then soma extra rlne .' '
PASAAIA, BUAID, FKESCII,: KOSSUTH ASDMAQYB, .:
together with evory article required -fJi gentleman's ootflt.
Cloths, Gassiiaeres ai.d-Vestings,'a One assortment, whicli -will
be sold by the paterns or made up to order In the most fash
ionable style. Civens call gentlemen, wo think we can
convince yon this Istha place tobuyacocKlarllelelowforcasli.
Vine :sruixlies, 1Vii, ic.i AC.
QA); Pipes pure J3 randy, different brands:
4iJH do superior do old;
5t Pipes superior do oldr . ,- , t
50 Bastets Champagne, different branos, .
5 quarter casks raadorla AYine, oli and 3a
20 "do " do " do;
4 00 Sherry do,ane;
S do fine fort do;
20 good do do; i: t;--
10 barrels Pure S.f. Wine; ' , r. S- '
2 pipes Holland Gin; s S
2 casks Jamaica Rnm; t., ji 2 -
10 box as'd cordials; , . "S
25 do Claret "Wines; :
6 do Cnracoa Absyr.the,AIaraichlna; -,- -
VKtJOOO Imported Havana Qgarr, . k'8' "
50,000 Domestic Cigars; for sale by,
dec5. E. S. CHEATHAM & CO.'
) 3. E. 1IA.YSIC3. "AKDW.nKalUK.
1 ' KEW
Picket Tobacco Warehouse,
IIAXNES & !ItAHA3I, Proprietors,
CORNER OF EIGHTH ASD MAIS; STREETS, ' -l,ouiBVillc5Ky.
THE above Are pruof Warehouse is much enlarged and is
doingaflne business. Onr recelptjhave been upwards
of 10,000 hogsheads. since the opening of our houe 1st ol
rittnViAv ll ,J Anr (sIpi hare bpen vfirv satUfactorv.
Our mode or .selling is asiouows, viz: every nogsueau
i.ukuiiftu pt ,to " " " - ' i
fln iViilai ner hosrslieadcovcrsaltchargcs to the owner.
! afterlts arrival at the warehuose; and he receives his money
at the warehouse office 3s soon as the bills can be raado out.
We are prepared to pay all charges on l opaccotonslgned to
1 us. and hold ltsubject to the Instructions oftheowncr.
i This warehouse Is now doing the most extensive business
i of any Tobacco warehouse tn Kentucky, and wo pledge
ourselves to attend strictly and promptly to.all Tobacco
1 entrusted to Our care; andworefer tn oirpast ear:sbus
I iness merchants, shlppers,and planter generally.
' feb.20. HAY.VKS & GRAHAM, Proprietors.
I'lANOO.-THE' nubile are hereby res.
Ipectfnlly informed that the subscriber has for
, v. I , j.lo nfc uic " " ....... . .. ........ ,..
!iihrt Pl.sxn FORTES. with bis lra-oroved natent Eao-
ilan attachment withlron Tramesand compass of 6 andOJJ
octaves. Also, some ol those beautifulandsofrlorinstra
ments made by Bacon & Raven, having 6 ami'To'ctavcs,
and their patent bridge. The subscribers other Stock in
trade is large and wolf assorted especially his Sheet Music,
Ac. which is abundant and selected wMTJudgment.
ap.i!3 tf. JAMES DIGGOX.
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NiCilOL & PEACOCK.
Forwarding Ac Commission Merchants.
Corner of Market and Church streets,
BY NICIIOL tf PEACOCK
Xyil IT L.E.4 1. .'OOkes Schoonmaker's celebratej
Pure White Lead, direct from the Manufacturer.
tp 23. NICHOL t PEACOCK
I 7 CO UIC 200 bbls White Wheat Flour,
. 500 do star brands, do do
NICIIOL A PEACOCK.
-50 boxes Fresh liaisens.
MCHOL &. PEACOCK.
OA'STEItS 50 boxes Robinson & Wcntz's celebrated
FplcM 0sters, imt un in Glai JarK' warranted tu
.. : .. i i . - - . vii'iini a .
KICHOL & PEACOCK.
J" A: J: ! lr.V Cori'liu.-SObugiLagurU Coffee prime
25 do Jamaica do
NICIIOL & PEACOCK.
SUGAJl. ljbbls Socar.
NICHOL A- PEACOOK.
-- 100 bbls Whisky.
NICIIOL A PEACOCK.
Sill:!). C0U bushels Millet Seed fres'i.
NICHOL & PEACOCK.
-20 dozen Shaker Brooms.
NICHOf, & PEACOCK.
1E1) COltUS M rLUDGII J.IM-1S so
J dozen superior Cotton Bed Cords and Ploueh" Lines.
ap.23. NICHOL & PHACOCK.
rpAlt. Vi) bbls
North Carolina Tar.
NICIIOL A PEACOCK.
Bags Green Rio CoKeo;
iu noesneaus isuear:
50 Bbls. Rebolled Molasses;
25 Boxes Palm Soap;
2KI Bbls. Plfees and Wllshlrc Whisky.
20 do Domestic Brandy and Gin;
5 do S. M. Wine;
50 Bags assorted Cotton Yarns;
2 X Pipes Old Cog. Rrandy, .
400 Bags fine and Coarse Salt; .
500 Bbls. Kanawha do.
2!H) Kces assorted Nails;
25 do Wrought Spikes.
SO Bbls. No. 1. Rosin;
10 do TAR;
:KI Bbls. Ohio Flour;
23 do St. Louis, do;
20 Bales Oakum (Hemp.)
10 Reels do (Cotton.)
10 Bbls Lard Oil;
20 do Loaf, Crashed and Powdered Sugar;
4 Chests Jenkins ifcCo.'s Teas;
23 Coils Manilla Rope;
500 t's Cotton 'Wrappipg Twine;
i mj liODis. ruoi iircan;
! 23 do Butter.Snda and Boston Crackerr:
i Together with, Indigo, Madder, Allspice, Ginrnr, Black-
I lng, Mustard, Almonds, Cream Xuts, Star and Tallow Can-
j dies, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Soda, Ground
! Spices, Ac. In Store and for sale by
1 Jo. 19. K. STEWART A CO.
- DUICWIIIIA' n.UUJS.-50 bags very line Pilta
i JD burg.Buckwheat Flour, re cell ed and'for sale by
dec.5. " R. STEWART & CO.
Bbls received ami for sale, by .
K. STEWART & CO.
Sugar Fi?s,lutreceifeil by
DAVIS & SWAXN.
"TITNTED ntihe. S.inili Nashville Furntfure Factory, of
VV good SEASONED LUMBER.
100,000 feet of IJincli Walnut Plank wide;
."ii,t00 do Js'do do do do;
60,000 do 2 ' do do do iIq;
10U.OO0 do Walnut Scantliug, 8 feet long, 4, 5 A (iin.sq're;
100,000 doCheriy do do do;
100,(100 do linch Cherry Plank wide;
."0,Oii0 do do do do;
,000 do 2' do do do;
C'V.mo d" Ash, ranging from lJtof in thick wide plank;
Al.o, Poplar of all sizes UH?d for Cabinet purjo-e, for
w hicli Liwh w ill be paid on delivery.
AIo, 2-1 or SO eood U.i;iNLTMAlvl-.RS wanled, lowborn
fair prices will bo given in catli. Al-O, 1 or2good UP-
jivji.ii x..vo. a,uiii; wuv wovu nuiLmtuuuvu uin'i.
1lrL"l'L1J V 1 l-. 1.. '
"lINTEll STRAINET) Sl'ERM OJU huiuible for fine
machinery for sale by 11 G. SCOVEL
C1ION" CllOiV. 10 cases Chun Chon, rccciicd tins
day by ap30 R. A J.NIXON.
W. II. GORDON A CO.
C1ARFET I5AI.S. Wo havejust irceived nn assort-
went of Caniet Bag-, various stvlcs and prices.
LIVERS A McGlLTj,
Ijadics' and Gcutlcmm's Furnishing Stare, No 50 College
DK. T. Ii. JIAUDIN" offers his profeional services
iu lliejiruclice of MEDICINE and SURGERY to the
citizens of Nashville and its vicinity.
CSr"0tCce Ciiebuy Stuew No. 29 between Union and
Church streets. april 12 trwly
i S. H. PARVIN, -
Merchandise and l'rodttce Urokcr,
General Kewsoaper Agent,
OFFICE AND STORE.
No,3G Walkct St, Cincinnati
ap SI. tf .
SHIRT COLLAKS--AVe have iu store every variety
of style, and best quality, junel MVRES A JlcGILL
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 5c, College
street, " .
t -i g
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I O i s
NasiiYillc Carriage- Manufactory
atHK subscribeytakes this method of returning" bu'itto'f,
. sincere th&utrs'tnhlft If-ienil. and t!iA nlihliww.riArMtlvJ-for
imr naironairu no uai aireaov rei-eiveo. nn wnma tsr iw
lheiu, thathanon has on hand tbe Aa 1 Rest an 1 Itest
1 assortment of VVOKK evcroSpred.intais market; from tbo
lizbtTKOTTIXG SULKY' (o the finest CARRIOLA CAK
KIAGE, nil of royown Manufacture-
1'errousfroin a distance cari resfassared of alway .flndin;
somelhlns that will suit their tuito', ."if In the shapo'ofa"
S Carriage." I have the bckt IVurhnicn to d lliy
1 Wont. Call abd lee my assortment.
, N. B. I am prepared to baud Work'to order ashort no
I tico. 1 will pay particular attention lo repairing, and ;wlll
i sell or repair at as low a price as' any good builder.'
1 FRED. SLOAN,
j "Jy. 14. LowerMarketStret.
J.. beps leave to stale that he still carry on (
tbo COACH AND CARRIAGE HIISiNKSs'.
at hisoldstand on North .Market st, two doors
belowH. St J5. Douglass, tz Co, Keepstonstantly 6nhand
a large and well assorloil stock froni a fight Bugr,to a' Car
riola. Tbankfal for past favors, ho mot respcctfally 'solicit, , a
coiuInuation,hopinj; by cheapness, durability andgood work;
manshlpto merit vour patronage.
Jan g 1y. GEO. L. SWAX.
CO-PAit'fNUUUIP. 1 HAVE tills day associated
with me in the buM ness of WALL PAPER -MANUFACTURING,
Mr. L. M. Goaar. The business will hereaf
ter bo conducted at the houao fnrmerlv occurred hv "roe.
- Ko.20, College st., next door to the Sowahee House', under
iueurm hi xviaeso uoray. in returning icjnanas 10 ray
friends and the public generally forthe liberal' patronage
which I have received, 1 respectfullv solicit a'coutinnance
Of the same 10 the old firm. mrh. 30, '53. C.W.KLAGKS.
WALL PAPER MANUFACTORY.
KLAGES & GORBEY,
f Flauufncturcr andlmporters
' or ALL kikes or
' .Vo. 30, Cellrgi St., veil door to Stuwtnt Jfotsc.
CONSTANTLY manufacturingand on hand a large and gen
eral. a:sortment,of Gold, Satin and unglazcd. Papers,
'i Flreboard Prints, Teastcrs, CurtainPapers" and Transparent
i Window Fhades.
. fy Houses papered at the shortest notice,by the best
workmen in the c.ty. ap. 22.
1'urc Wines una Liquor., lor Jledlcinul
PHYSICIANS, Druggists -and Invalids have often eiperi
enced the almost impossibility of procuring a'puro wine
j. or liquor In the country, when it becomes necessary to use
u inr ijju resiurzuiuu oi neaiia.. a au arrangements ui uio
GrseffenburgCompany forthe purpose or guarding against
imposition ana auuiteraiion, ootn in curope ana iniseoan'
tn.ara comnlete.and any bottle bearinz their seal, may b
trj ,are complete, and any bottle bearing their seal, may be
regarded as unquestionably pure xnd unadulterated.
Fu importing from Kew York what is presumed to bo the
purest article oi
Port IVino and Brandy,
hat has been offered for sale In the city, tbeubscribcr has
not been governed by motives of pecuniary Interest.
He therefore offers these articles in cases ofONK DOZEN
EAGHalNew York prices, viz: S12 perdozen.
Persons who may wish to obtain single bottles of either,
maydosoof G. 11. WESSELL,
Opposite State Bank, Union street, Alcx Maikxhzic,
Agent, Graf, company.
Just arrived per steamboat California, and for sale cheap.
2.000 pounds Mather's celebrated Kew York Kews. Print
Ing Ink, In Kegs and Casks. jlyl g
foot of IJroiid Street,
Directly opposite the Steamboat Landing,
J. L. GRACE, PROPRIETOR.
1 HE nadersigned, thankful for the ery liberal pat-
rnna.ii hn.tnwH nn thl. Hnn.n ftinrn hn nniinpil it 1f
1IL the public in March last, most respectfully solicits a
continuance of public favor. To UiebuarJiugand travelling
community, ne wouta say, taat lie is now prepared togtye
them accommodatlouaequal to any. Hotel In the cily, hav
ing procured the services ofpollteand attentive clerks, ex
perienced waiters, and first rate cooks. The rooms are large
and pleasantly situated, commanding a beautiful-view of the
river and business portions of the city. To persons wishing
to travel bythe river the bouse affords superior advantages,
Immediately at the Landing-.
Tho traveller who stops here need never loose bis chance
of the first boat. Baggage will always be conveyed toand
from Steamboats by tbescnantsoftbeboase, free of charge.
yashvllle.jan.ia. 'J3, J. ' . GRACE.
JClna Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Annuity Fund $150,000.
1 EXCLUSIVELY held pledged, and appro priated,
. J with Us reserved accumulations, by the chartftrtJRXSi
and regulations oftbe Company, to the payment of Annu
ites and losses upon lnsurancoon Life, and in no eventlia-.
bloorother debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Thos. K. Brici, Pres't, S. L. Looms, Secretary;
E. A. Uulklet, Vico J. W. EiTMoca.Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
K. A. Bclkliv, Jonx L.Boswill,
RoaraT EcrLL, Hound MiTnm,
Milks A.TrTTLr, Edwin G. Riri.rr
Hixra Q. Psatv.
This being a joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash system, the Managers have adopted a table
of rates of premium as low as Is consistent with safety and
much lower than those of theMutual Companies.
Applications for risks on while persons, received by the
undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesof the Compa
any, and any information relative thereto.,
fCT'Rlsksonslavesagalnst diseases and accidents causing
death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Ageney. JOS. NASH, Agent,
Olnce K. W. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, ang. 10,1852.
.K. Wissrox, M I). )
ftoatT C. ForriR, M. D.j
Office hours, 3to5, r.H.
TO 'jTHEFAKrtlEHS UFTCSSESSEK.
ry'IlE undersigned havlns procured the exclusive right to
- this State. Cer forsale. Find Prenii urn Mar.liiiu,;
MANNY'S PATENTAUJUSTABLK NORTHERS ILLINOIS
Awarded the first premium for mowing, and the second i
for reaping, at the .New Vorfc State Fair, in the great trial j
at Geneva and New York, in July, In i-ouipeliton with eleven
other Machines; awarded a Sllvr Medalal the Ohio Stale Fair
for the best reaper and mower; arid received the highest j
award at the Vermont and Michigan State Fairs, forlhc best
reaping and mowinir machine, j
Tno true merit oftbls Machine has given it a great triumph
over all others, and beluga perfect combination ofa Reaper
and Mower, It comes to the farmer with double value; and It ;
is clearly demonstrated to bo the only successful combination I
of Keaper and Mower.
As amoweritJslnplc andas perfect aa thoagh construct
cd cxpresslv for mowing, and as a Reaper It Is as simple and .
perfect as If constructed for reaping only: all the change '
thatis neccs'ary from one plan to the other, is to inserter
re motealooie platform.
With a pair of horses, onedrver, the Machine will mow '
from 15 to 20 acres per day, dcjiciidini: on the ground. It ,
wlfi reaplhesamc rpantity requiring two hands, m running
ocr broken ground. The driver can lower or elevate as
be may choose.
The price of the Machine, delivered at Nashville,ls S2J0,
or they will, if ordered, be delivered at Mem phis, or anv
point on the Mississippi, between there and Mill's Point,
or at any point on Cumberland river, between the State line
and Nashville, or at Chattanooga, or at any point between
there cud Nashville, on the Railroad, at the same price. They
are manufacturedln New York: andas itwitl require time
to bring them on, all who wish to procure one.for the next
season, would do welLto address me as soon as convenient,
at Nashville. , ap. 5. L. P. CHEATHAM.
IILAUK LACK UO.VMXS.
Just received Materials for making 500 Bqjinets.
' Plain Hals, G 00. Rich Fvlt 'Primmed Par
is Flower, 7 to 8. The Finest Materials
and Superior Frencli Trammings;
likacise a large Slock of 1,000
llicli Fancy Silk Crape and
Late Paris styles of
Blond Lace and
Gossmar Lace and Straw Bonntts,and Paris Millin
ery in all iU Netc, Novel, Beuliful and F.s
qulsite Styles of Materials.
OUR stock is now full and complete, making as Rich,
Large and select stock as any Milli.ery establishment in
the United States, and as regards prices, we defy com
petition. After being 8 years established in bn.-lae'j In
Xashiille, and doing nearly tl. whulc of the Fiuo Trade
of Town and country, giving us a large rale for
ISoillietH unrt iTlilliiicry- ;iod.
We can and will sell 25 to :m per cent, lower than any
bouse in the city. Having Ladies from Pris and the East
to inako up Fancy Bonnets, weare prepared to turn out as
line Millinery a atany partofthcworld.
irp As 1 intend visiting Pans this Summer to purchase
a Fall Stock of Millinery, I will give greata Brgalns to reduce
t our Stock by the Ias-tofMav.
kicii raris flowers, KiDiions, iacoand Needlework, Km
brnidericd Black laco Mantillas. A very extensive stock of
Children's Hats, Fancy Goods, etc.
N. B. Gossamer Lace Bonnets altered to new shapes
in superior style, haring the only new shape Blocks iu tho
citjwe can makethem good as new.
Don't forget tho boua, No. 4GUnion Stree,next to
the Stale Bank, as juu may save 23or30 percent In prices.
)' -t K. 1SE, Agon t .
WE hivonow on band, and are receiving from the Mills,
full sunnlios cf tha fullowins-ilesirintinn r Pnn.ii...
Tennessee liifle,lu quarter, half.and whole kegs. Blastln", I
iu kegsof-iSlbsand barrels of lOOlbs each. Sarety Fuse, fn i
quantities to suit purchasers.
Our powder is manufactured in Davidson county, and war
ranted equal to any in the market. t
Orders shall have prompt attention.
CHEATHAAI, WATSON & CO.
ap. 14. at W. H. CogpoM & Co.'s, Public Sqnare.
pfli'lIK VAKNS. supply of No.'s 5110, 600, 700,
and PU0 "Syca more Cotton 'i aru," constantlv kept by
Jty. H- CJI1111j,VTSOJ&ti().
KI,A;;s Ai CUR1IV,-Have Just received from tho
East, a larsrc and well selected Ktiw-tor u-.n p.,nn.
Also a variety of Gold, Velvet and common Borden, common
nm Ann 11 ihdni..,)i-.Hai 1 rt ....... .1 K... r..n.. j .
and One Window shades, transparent do, beautifullvdccorat
ed Hrcscreen!;rcIsters,&c.,&c.,togctheriili a largo stock
cirowu manufactured Pupers,willouablutheni to show
N. B .Paper hanging done In tho best manner, and on
the shortest notice.
Country merchants would do well to oxamiuc our stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. mrh 30, 1SJ3.
VAr.UAiiiji: Ma.wu roit s.iiii:.i mill offer
forsaloon .Saturday21st May,lnst.at the Court House
In Nashville, 11 Loleol Iin'don tte north sideof the Cum
berland river ou Vaughan's Turnpike, ard noar tha Gal
latin pike, 1'djcining Thoaias Cbadwell and A. McFerrin
and other.-,at oncand two years credit, bond anl sec rity
required and a lein retained on the lind until thepurcha
se money it paid. MavlO tw4 E. W. CHILDRESS, S-.
SPRING 0PEOT1IG MttLENAHY. '
yp MRS. E. I.0CKHART most respectfully
announces ionic iuuicsoi Aasuviue and
comiirv. tliat she has iust recf-iveil direct
from New York, the latest and most fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well selected. If
anyone wishes a real Fashionable Bonnet, please call at N'o.
14, Cherry street, and judge for themselves.
BonnetvRibbous, Flowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat
terns. Orders from the country promptly attended lo.
Thankful to the Ladies" for their former very liberal pat
ronage, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favors.
MRS, E. LOCKHART,
april7-tf No. 14. Cherry street.
LARD OIL 25 barrels pure water pressed Lard Oil, (US'1
received persteamerJohn Slmpson.for sale by "
ICS a. , .iv. (ruwis .Tjuarti, ua.ian sviAHS,
Spiiifgr Imports 1853.
HAS nowin store a full slock of" BRITISH, FREXCli,
UERJLAN, and AMERICAS'
adapted f Q the present and approaching season, and to which
he will continue, to receive additions by eTery steamer
Rlack and colored Silks;
Fancy Dress do;
Embr'dbnd plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces:
Linen andilk Hdkfs;
French Muslins; '
Painted Lawns; t
Black Dress Goods;- '
French Printed. Lawns;
Cloths and Cassimeres,
batin and Bilk estmgs;
Silk and Satin Ribbons;
' lyOltonadcs, KnnKcens,
Kremlins, Chambry, Camlets,
Fancy PririUi, Rlack Prints, English and French 4-t'Chinf z,
Bleaclied and Brown Mu.-lin?, Bleadied and Brnwn Drill
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottons, Ac
New Stylo Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and
Wreatlis, Bonnet Trimmings, ic.
Hats. Caps, Bouts, Shoe , and a general stock oC Goods,
which he is prepared to offer at the lowest' prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of mereliants
and the trade generally.
A. J. 1). is agent for several large factories,
and will soon be largely supplied with their
oods. Nashville. Feb. 23. 185n.
Tn05IPS0N & CO.
NO. 21, Public Square. Naslivillc,
HAVE received their Kew Goods, and can assure their
, friends that they have never opened a spring stock
so attractive they would call particular attention to their
Rich Dress Goods
Plain Shk drab and Fn'y Colors, Plain Berege, all colors,
Rich Flg'd Bereges, Silk Lavender col's,
French Organdies, " Apple Green l
"Lawn, " " Lilac "
Challeys, all colors, " lOOQydsPIaldlndlaSk's,
rananaror KODes Kich Mantilla miss,
Evening Silks, 111k Satin Katioual,
Bridal Dresses, lilt Gro de Shine,
2000 yards very fine and shear Printed Linen Cambricis at
A great bargain GOO yds (old fashioned) Drab and Lead
col'd Poogeesfor traveling Dresses. Jaconets, Kaln soots.
India dimities, Swiss and French Alusllne, Cambrics, Hair
skirts. Hair and Grass cloth for Skirts.
ACE UOOD . ValeDCltlnes,Horlton and EuibrohPd
MusVeteer Collars, Chomlsetts and Sleeves, Swiss and
Jaconet Embroideries, Financings. Dimity, bands Kicbly
Embroidered Skirts, Blk Lace Veils, Valencienns, English
and imitation Laces- &e.
tTANXIf.L.AS-SplendidSilfc Mantles, allstjles, Ap
11 pliqueLace JIantles Blk and col'd Black Lace Points
and beans, Velvettrlmed Lace Mantles. All kinds of Lace
and silk Goods forMantlei Corseteand modes of all kinds.
liNENS, AC Irish Linens, Linen Sheeting, Pillow
Linens, Table Diapers. Towellrgs, Merscllles Quilts,
M u slip and Lace curtains. Damasks, Ac.
"j7f OUitICJ 001si. Compazines, Silk WarpAl
1M paca, Blfcchally.flne de Lalncs, Widow's cloths, canton
crapes, Berego de Lare, Forlard silks, Hdkfs, collars, etc.
'IVflSCKljtiAKEOlJS. Parasols, .shades, splendid
lM Fans, Ribbonds,Dres Trimmings, Ttid Gloves, Iacj
Mitts, silk Gloves, kid cut. Bonnets Misses Leghon flats, best
make of English silk and colton Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents
and Ladles. ,
AAEN AND BOYi.l WUAlt. Cloths, cassimeres,
111 Vestuigs, cn'tanades, col'd Linens, Linen Drilling.
Frenbh Linens, china slk coating, Drab de etc, and summer
cloths ofall kinds.
Domestic Goods ofall kinds fcr servants, Prints chintzes,
Giiibam,Uerege de Lalnes.
We solicit an early call, as we are confident our slock
offeragreatlnducementsto buyers. THOMPSON CO.,
mr. 19. Ko.2I, Public Square.
' MOKE RICH GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS.
No. 13. cor MR or Tirz Squibs and Uuir bt.
RECEIVED this day by express, some very RICH and
DESIRABLE DHESS! GOODS to which I would cordially
invite the attention of my friends being confident they wi'l
be pleased both as regardsstyles and Prices, viz:
Extra Rich Paris Silk Tissues;
" Satin Plaid Painted Berages;
. " Brocble Damas de Veroae;
" Sujr tVhite Plain Satlu;
" Emb'd Linen Cambric! Hdkfs;
y ." ParisTrim'd Valencienne Collars and Sleeves;
" " " Vest and Sleeves;
" " Collars:
And a great aricty of other articles call and see.
ap 23. JAMES KICHOL.
Ko. 13, corner of Square and Market st.
31c jf ai II Y & FxntniAiv.
55 College Street.
ARK this day receiving and opening some verjbeautlfol
Goods, forthe Spring Trade, and most espectfully so
licit a tallfrom the Ladles. Ws can show them every thing
new in the way of
licrajrc de felines,
Laces, Silks, Velvets,
Ribbons, Ac, Ac. Ac.
We shall continue to receive Goods by every arrival,
through the mouth of March, and our friends naybeassnred
we will sell them nice new things and at reasonable prices.
McKAIRY & FURMAX,
feh. 3, 1853. Ko. 53 College street.
J. G. fcO. ItOIIF.ltT.SOX,
BROAD STREET, 3 DOORS FROM MARKET
THE Subscribers respectruliy mrorru tue
have removed three doors from thcli
now have on hand a zeneral assortment of Confec
ery. Sugar Ornaments, consisting of Cates, Candies,
Nuts, and Fruits of every variety. UlUkical Instru
ments and Toys of every description. Fishing Tickle
Soda Water, Mead and Ale alw ays cool.
Their Candles will bo warranted Ut be sucerlorto any
manufactured in the city, and will be sold Wholesale at
141 cuts lci lviuiu
Ordersfromthecountry carefully put up, and with dls-
J 4JW La Joephiie,
For sale ou Broadway at
J. G. & C. ROBEltTON-S.
II. .s. Flti;.cn,
AND DEALXa lir
Cotton, Tobacco, and all kinds of Produce.
Corner of Clarke and Market streets.
Nasuvillx, Tewc. "
O O BOXES Double
20 bags Pepper.
20 do Spice,
4 ceroons Indigo,
2 cask: Madder,
240 gross Matches,
60 doz. Painted Buckets,
SO boxes M. K. Raisins,
50 l do do co,
50 H do do do,
iCO Sued Loaf Sagar.
60 kegs SU Louis Golden
ISO boxes Star Candles,
213 do Tallow do.
do Imported Cigars;
do Tobacco various
do Melee Cigars
iu tierces nice, cc..
75 bbl Smiths Old Reserve 73 bbls Domestic Brandy,
Uhisky, 2GU DDIs com necitned
B3 do do Gin,
62 do Old Boorbon do,
56 doOldMononga'la Whisky.
4 casks Old Irish Patteen
4J bbls Country Double
42 bbls Country Double
63 do Sweet Malaga Wine,
5 casks Fine French
8 do Old Port Wine,
8 do Madeira do,
6 do Muscat do,
10 bbU Rum,
In store and which will be sold unnsnally low for cash, or
to punctual men. Jan. a. II. S. FRENCH.
llCt UOHS. 100 UblsTeun. I). II. stilled Whisky,
- 50 " OldMonnngahala Whisky,
50 " Old Bourbon do,
50 " Old Rye do,
50 " do Reserve do,
10 1 Pipes old Cog Brandy,
2 " Holland Gin,
10 bbls old Madeira Wine,
SO Indian bbls sweet Wine,
100 bbls A.M. Brandy,
30 N. K. Rum,
. 30 "A.M. Gin,
30 " Sweet Wne,
10 " Old Port Wne,
20 boxes Brandy Cherries,
50 " Claret Wine,
10 " Assorted Conlials,
13 Gal'ns Old French Brandy; tn store and for sale
low, by dec. H. L. II. LAS IKK.
THE co-partnership beretofoie existing under the name
and style of MOSES A SON, is this day dissolved. All
debts due tho Firm must be paid to L. Moses.
The undersigned will not be reponsible for any debts
contracted, by any person or persons, without an order from
me. L. MOSES.
VERY THANKFUL for the liberal patronage extended to
him forthe last 12 years, respectfuiljinforms his friends
and Inf. public, that he has mauearracgemenu to change
bis present business, and will dispose of his present Stock
of FURNITURE very low for CjSf, consistlngofevery thing
necesaryfor House-keepers; Parlor Furniture In sets; Ma
hogany and oher Chairs; Divans; Marble and plain Bcu
reaus; Bonk CaSae", Fine Sideboard?; Bedsteadtof all des
criptions; Tables; Crosses; Mattresses, and a large variety
of Furniture of all descriptions, which I am determined to
i sell for loss than any other House In the City, Call and satis
! fy tourselves. L MOSES,
Nashville, May 6. tf. No, IS. College st.
A'ultiablc Farm for ule.
T WISH to sell the Farm on which I reside, 5; miles from
ashrille. ou the main Loalsirllle and Gallatin Turnpike,
containing about 280 acres of good Land, one half cf which i
is cleared mid i:i a fiign state oi cultivation, ana incomer nair ,
of wood land, good water as there is in the country, and plen- f
ty of it. The improvements consists ofa large and commo
dius Dwelling, Kitchen, Wash-rocm, Smoke House, Cistern, ,
Ice House, Negro Cabins, Spring House, Barns, Cribs, &c
Alsoafineorcbardof 12 acres with every variety of frnittres. '
The Louisville Railroad, and slso the Cincinnati and per- j
hapg the Henderson will iun within a few rods of i ie place. I
It is seldom so desirable a residence nod farm as convenient .
to the city, is offered lor sale, andas 1 amdctermlned to sell, j
those wish lag o purchase will do well to make early appli-
, cation. 1 ossc&sion can db given atany tune by tae purchaser I
i buying my growing crop. 1 will if desired sell all my stock I
i or any part to the purchaser, also most of my household fur-
nituro tr desired,
i Apply to me on Broadway, or to R. W. Brown. agent.of- ,
I flice No CCherrystrcet,np stairs, and either of uswlllshow
the farm, die, tu any opo wishing to purchase.
I ap. 12-tf. A. W. JOHNSON.
KEW STOCK OF
rUItMTURE, CARPETING AND CILURS.
i diieae itritt, Kaehviile. Ttnne&te.
II AS iust received a large and splendid assortment
' XL CABINET FURNITURE. CARPETING. CHAIR
, Ac, which with his former stock, makes one of the largest
and best assortments .ever offered in Nashville. Those
wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call.
All work sold bv mi, will lie warranted.
Nearly eighU-eu years experience in this city, together I
with a practical knowledge of the business, giveshim advan- I
lages in selecting sucU articles a3 are unexceptionable in
style and workmanship and finish.
Also, ou hand, "a large .stock of Floor Oil CUith,
Solar lamps, Girandoles, Looking Glaaet Matroxse and
Clacks, in great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call and eiamine. apri!26 A. V.
m , , B. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Betail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Beceiving, Forwarding and
. Commission Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, N'o 23.
T!rJfA RATES REDUCED.
IIEjHLrtlle and Chatlanojgo Railroad :)T1
CcKr, and the Tennessee Jlivec il.
and Transportation Conipanyt bate adopted the-
following rates of Transpottation co Freight between Nash
ville, TcnnT and the various landings on the Tennessee
FROM NASHVILLE TO
j FiasT Ctis-Boots,Sboes,
Hats,Bonnel, Dry Goods
1 generally. Cigars in boxes
; or cases, l in ware,t;iocEs.
Wooden Ware. Light and
I Hollow Ware, Castings,
I wool, reamers, tiinseng
ons, Horse Collars, Store
and Stove Waro, Teas
Drugs in kegs and boxes.
Saddlery, Candles, Con
fectioneries, Ac, per 10b
Sicosd Class Sugar,
Conee. molasses, ixaiis.
Tin Plate, Bar and Pig
Lead, Fish In barrets,
kegs, Kits, &.c .. vt Union
Glass. Cott n Yarn, Do
mestlcs, Hemp and itagt
In bales. Tobacco in box-
es.tiloe, Hides, Bale Rope
er in rolLs and bxs. Hard'
ware, Glass and Queens-
'ware in crates and boxes,
Lead and Paints In kegs.
Clover Seed, Cheese,!
Candles, Soap, Butter.:
Beeswax, Oils, Braudle,
Wines and other liquors,!
Tman Oliss Bacon,
Lard and Pork in tierces:
, ,.1. u.. l.. I
heavy Castings, Grind)
Stoacs and undressed
Marble per ICO lbs
Piir Meull tier 110 lbs...
hlsky. perbbl of 40gaL
Salt, per bbl
Flour, per bbl, and Salt
91 501 SI Sj
1 C0 1 30J
Porter Ale, and Domes
tic liquors, per bbl of 41
....is 1 CO
Lard Linseed, or other
una or lennessccaianu
factnre, perbbl of 40 gals
Powder, secure'y pack
ed in casks or hogsheads
per 100 pounds
Caibojs, Mineral Acids
(at Compaq's conven
Piano Fortes. boxed....
2 50 2
10 00 12 10
Coitou Gins boxed, and
Portable Barrow's o r
Queen of the Sou, h. Mil s,
8 50! 8 50
Plows (assorted,) and
I0 50 50
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Package Treighiug; less than .100 lbs., will be in
variably charged as 100 lbs., First Class Kates.
All articles of nnusual size or weight, charged in propor
tion to the trouble and expense of handling and space occu
pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient for the pro
icction of contents, toll be transported only at owner's
All claims for damages must be collected of the party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or naUsing goods
must be made within CO days from date of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
Tho above Companies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, orlbr the Breakage of
Jngs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
ily be securely Packed in Wooden Cases with their tops
The following Articles will only be Transported at "Own
er's RUk," as to Breakage, Chafing; Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, viz:
.Molasses, Dressed 3rarble, Glass and Chinaware. Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Digs of Shot, looe, Demijons, Fur
niture, unboxed, Moreables and Household Goods. Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of every description, Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glasses, Musical
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Glazed Sash, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Caitings, Light and Hollow
On I reiglt destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intcmiediati; points, no extra charge w ill be made during the
low waterStuson, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Kates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water are entirely at the riak of
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermedite poinU to
Chattanooga, Twenty-five (25) cents for 100 lbs may be added
during low water; but in no case is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ol Goods during or ou account of
Goods consigned to C W. Anderson, Agent, K. A C. It.
R.C, Nashville, will be received on the wlurf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayage or
No Freight received ou the Ttaxt, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated abovesub-
eel to special contract.
J Emigrants withtheirfamiliesandmoveablestakentlirough
I at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring mfonna-
-.1 , . . 1 . ..: .1. 1 - . .. ., 1 ... T T 1
n. I. ANDERSON, SupL X. A C. R. K. a
J.VS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. River M. M. A T. C.
( pAjSHIOHABLE CXOTHHIG AND TAILORING ESTAB-
I Ko. 11, Ctdar Sfred.f.ct duort from the Pullie Square,
i XTiihKb may be loutul a choice and well selected
it Fash- . Irif .
i j stoclc ol Uloth- Uasnueres and estinj
I of which will be made uo to order in the most
i ionable 3tv!e and at as short notice as can be done in any
city iii the Union, and at prices to suit the tunes.
Ready 3Iade Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A line assortment of Aleu's Furnishing
J Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves. S'Muenders. Cravats. Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
5f Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine, mr 5 TU03. J. HOUGH. Ageut
j J. U. CIIRUEY,
i Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer.
1 V and the public generally tliat he jij
Keeps a tun asfortmenl or riirnmire on
hand, consisting ofB ireaus, Ward-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Shower-Baths,
; Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
' and on very reasonable terms, widi despatch.
I Mattrasses of all kinds made to order common shuck
i kept constantly on hand.
Undertaking All orders for Coffins can be filled in
gg3B very short notice, at the following prices, as I
- S2: keep every description always on hand, together
with good Uerses, Horses and careful drivers:
Plain raise lid Coffins, from $10 to $15 00
, Covered Coffins from $20 to f 75 00
Servant." Coffins, ifl 00 per foot
All orders left at my store on College street, No. 25, oppo
site the Sewannee Houe, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. ap2C abck J. II. CGRREV.
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
BE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children ol
men. Dr. Larzett'-. J UNO CORDL(li,orProcreativeElin'i,
pi e.-;i iota aa au euecuiai resioraiive in case oi ueuuiiy '
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of naliui. I
It is all that it professes to be, vie Nature's great restoral iv ,
and remedy for thoselu the married state without odspi in . (
It is a certain cure for Seminal Emissions. General Debility, '
Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous aQecliuis,
Luconhea orWiites. As an invigoratingmedicine it is un- I
eijualled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Con-n np-
tion, Iudigestion, loss of Muscular energy, Physical Lussj j
tude, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, It is warranteil
please the user in any of the above complaints, and is
priceless value to those without otTsprimr. i
Caution Extra. Find the name of Comsfock A lath
ers on the wrapper and never buy it unless you find i e
names as it has been extensively counterfited of late.
Avoid the counterfeit as vou would poison.
I CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG!
Wholesa.e and Retail Agl'a. Corner Broad and Murket
, Streets, Nashville, julyl2 dtrw A w 12iii.
I WARBTiETZET) IRON MANTLES, COLUMNS, PEDES
j TALS, TABLE TOPS, AC.
' rpHE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invite public at
i JL tention to their Marbleized Iron, as one of the greatest
' .1 : ' r . t , r 1 - i . 1 - . . .
uiAcuieiie ui me up., auu iorwuicu iney received me '
I Gold Muul at the last fair of the American Insti- f
j tute, and the Mliul at the Fair of the Metropolitan Median- ,
ics Institute, held at Washington in February aud March
I of this year.
i TlnVmateri.il, having- a metalic basis, is more durable '
, and cheaper than Marble; its representations of precious I
j Stones and the choicest Marbles, in mote than sixtv differ
ent varieties, are exact aud suqiassingly beautiful; it is ca-
pable of resisting a greater degiee ofheat, and it cannot be
injured by the action of acids or oil. I
SILAS C. HERRING.
The manufacfurinir department of this Ca is under the sn- I
permtendence of R. F. & .T. P. Williams, the iuventorsof
iliosrsfem nn,! tli. nn.n.;.i on.i i,:n. j ,
ment that of John Rcsro.v, to whom all communications
may tie addressed, at the principal Ware Rooms, 813 Broad-
way, New York. 1 may7-Sm
' , 1 " I
Ni 1HVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JA1IES SLOAN, Proprietor.
MAnKETST., OPPOSITE JOUXSOX A nOEft's TOBACCO WABEnOCSE,
MdrUe Wareroonaat tie old ttand Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marbl
Works, mv facilities are such that I can eiecute 1!
kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be dorj in any of the Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner of Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re-
Unfinished or in the rough state.
jv larfjc assortment oi awxcxDms iou, uatosmal
ousts, Lkns, Vases, OAnocfFiccRES,GEA-i:STo.ES,Aa,
irved and lettered to order. Fiemtche Uikble executed '
order and sent to any part of the South-W ett as cheap as
can be procured from the East Also. Maiujle Mantels,
every description, plain r carved. Buildlno Stoxe, sold i
olesale andEetaiL . I
lettatmj Ware-Rooms on the corner of tspnng i
streets, ml! meet with prompt attention. My '
ally wiU find it to their interest, to rail and ex-
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a contintunco
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
ln,e? ' address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. K. CN'nh
r old stand, and . ,,, . ,,' . Dm. ' i.: r t i. t n
. .. f Hull tvlUl rezuru vo iir CMiucvtcvi mm luisairujieciuwitt "
rinn. vine, or .jus. liuams. im , ivuu. i,iver ju ji. . v.,
DR. ASKOLD'S VKIOS PTIX3.
Quid II I u, Tenn., January 1 !, 1SJ2.
Dse. AirjcoLB X)tiis Bib I consider It but an aet of jus
tice to yourself arid the community, to atate to you the very
great benefit I have received from the use of tout Union
most that I ever read or head of (or the disease, all without
the least beneficial effect. I bad almost come to the belief,
that it was useless to try any more; as I labored under
great debility, and my stomach, was greatly injured by tat
in the different Pills, medicine, Ac.'; bnfon hearing my
neighbors speak sn frequently of Hie beneficial effects of
juur urain j'uis, 1 concmuea 10 give mem a inai, ana
bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their u&e. from
thetnat dose of one Pill 1 was satisfied it was the medicine t
(or me. I have not yet used1 qmfe one vial, imd can now say j
10 you wim ine utmosi pleasure, that i bare not lor the last
ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such eood health, as I have
since commenting the nseof your Pills. I would take no
sum for the good tuef e Pills have done me. and almosf every
branch of my family have used' them witkthe same happy
effect. At times some of the nerroft bar tiH nrnin)(im-i
nf fpvpr at ihn firnt mmnUinl X :.- t
two Pills, and never had to reneat the dnsi but mio wTiVTi
effected a cure. Your other medicines used hr mr, fumilr
have had the most harnr efhv-L
I shall always keep a sup-
blv of Tour Pills on hand, and I think that- nr. .m. l-v.?
as I have under great debility and dyspepsia, with all tbei
evil conseijuences, but what would, after a use of jour med-
IU1UC9, juui uic u aoj 111 auuie Ul ilit'Iil.
itesiecuuuy v w MASTKRSON
For Sale at the Drue Stores of ZLMfcUlIAN. T.VELLS.
BEECH, FLEMMIXQ A CO and BODT.XE'ii '
JEW DAVID'S EEBBEW PLASTER.
TIIE great remedy fiir HUeumatism, vfout. Pain in the
Siderllip. Back, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, "King's
Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints and all
Where this Plaster is applied, Pain cannot exist It has
been beneficial in cases of weakness, such as Pain and
,1- 1 . 1 . u ll'-.UTr 1.- T . . . JV,
tion of the Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys in-
llammauon by perspiration.
The following commendation is from un agent resid
ing at Trcntou, Tennessee.
Tkeston. Gibson Countr. Tenn.. Nor. T, 1H9.
Messrs. Scant. A Heap Gentlemen: The Hebrew Plas
ter is becoming popular in this section There is a lady iu
this county who says she would not be witltout this Plaster
for five hundred dollars a year. She was nfllicted for some
time with an enlargement of the spleen, which gave her
a groat deal of pijn. The swelling slid pain had extended
up Dearly to the arm-pit, and occisionally siie couldscarcely
breathe. She was confined for a consiaerble time, during
which she was attended by some of our best physicians, but
they gave ncr no rcnei. ane procured a
brew Plaster, and it relieved her almost
now she keeps asunvlvof it on hand c
facts you are at liberty to ase'M you think t iroper they are
substantially true. itespcctluiiv, yours, it
Bcware of counterfeils and base imitations. Dealers and
purchasers generally arccantioned agaimt buying of any
but our regular agents, otherwise they willlc imposed upon
with a worthless artiele, as many base ccuaterfeitsofihis
Plaster are in existence.
Remember. The genuine is sold only by us, and our
advertised Acentsthiwchout the South. No Pedlar is al
lowed to sell it. In future the genuine wt
In future the genuine will have the signa-
tnre oi E. TAYLOK cn the new steel plate engraved label on
the top of each box; to counterfeit which n'll be prosecuted
PIiiloto?en or l'emale Friend
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Menstruasion, Mis-
proprietor Eas been actuated br the certainty resulting from j
experience, that the most gratifying effects tvill be found at-
tetuLiut on ibs use. Besides those complaints which have
been named, the Pliilotoken may be used ith advaubge in
iluorAIbus, Prolyreus Lten, Gravel, Uropy, Uyspcpsia, j
and even in Consumption. In some of Lee, auxiliaries i
will be required to perform a cure, and iu others, it can act
only as an auxiliary, or a palliative to remove the tcmpora-
ry suffering. " I
The Philotoken is not offered as a curt for all the ills '
which flesh is heir to, but as a remedy and preventive t
(bra certain class of couiplaint-i in which it is warranted to i
do all that is here et forth, or that mcdicixe directed with
exieriencc and skill can.
J2f Remember, that "an ounce of Preventive is worth a
pound of cure."
X. B. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, 'vill be careful to
observe my tvriteu signature on the outside label of each bot
tie, to Counterfeit which is Korgerr.
T. C. RISfcEi", Proprietor, Hamburg, S. C.
Price $1, per bottle.
Forsale by SCOVIL & MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern Slates, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by EWI.V, BROWN & CoT, Xashville, Tenn.
W. W. A J. If. UEltKY, tui;
J. Jf. ZIMERMAN A Co., do;
CARTWRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WEfXS, dor
H. O. SCOVEL, do.
jan II dtww
-"lt. T. J. COLIIURX Dentkt.
I i Takes this mctliod of informing the pub- (
lie that he is located permaneutlr at Trenton,
Tenm, and is prepared to perform any operation, that he
mav be called upon to do, in tlie slwrtest notice; plafe work
t l .? a ,ir. . a- If. rt "
occaaionallr, Jack-on, Tenn and surrountling towns for the
purpose of doing piste work principally Pcixai3 tvishing
newACisoi leeiuiuserieu ou guui piaie, io wm rci inz n, ,
them, are solicited to patronize him, nith the a'Wumnce
satistjction shall be given, rosmvELr, or no pay
UNTIED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of ssV
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. TyZ-?
Tins lung established and well-known llcuse has under
gone a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
new and fashioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market affords: and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and the regulations of the house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction
inose inai. may lavor uim iviui ineir patronage.
Jan29 lytrw JNO W. SPEAR.
JA3I3 CLOVER. - W. 1 EOID, JCX
GENERAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
So. 50, Oierry Street, i duort from LeaJerki,
GLOVER & BOYVr,
(STJCCESSOES TO WILLIAUS A CLOVER,)
WnJi attend promptly to Buying, Selling. Leasing, and
care of 100 Negroes.;) Negotiating Loans. Buying and
Selling Stocks ofeverr description, Collecting Debts in any
part of the United btates. At, Ac. Ordert for Negroes at
tended to promtiy, and instrnctions raitntuliy obeyed.
Refekescks. "Gov W B Campbell, Er-Gor A V Brown,
Dr John Shelby, Wheless A Hobson, Banter, Dyer Pearl
t ua, Jinfeert, v Miepara & La, Jjanttrr, col V a.
t Clerb County Cour.; D T Scott, Sli&nBr Lin, S 31 Scott,
6w Hotel, II Hndges, betcunce, U Winston, Lafn-JIM
C H Bachus, VeramLilu feb 2i
! cTe. GIIENVILIiE & CO.,
i General Cammissian Merchants. Chattanootra Term.
WILL payirticularattentionlo sales of Bacon, Lard
and other articles of Western produce. J
, ,c . bjc uBr mu ui-
1 rect correspondence at.most of the lmportaut totvns in Geor-
gi.a and part of Sooth Carolina and North Alabama, they
will be enabled to drspose readdy of therdxive mentioned
V. K. Svevissox, Es.,
JIorox A Ca,
A. J. llO'CAX, )
Bcaollt, AViiso.v A Co., JlunUcille, Ala.
LINEN SHEETINGS! LINEN SHEETINGS!!
AT XO. it LTflOX STREET.
JUST received a few pieces 12qr.Linen Sheetings which
n ill be sold very low. AUoa very desirable stock of
Ladies dress goods, consisting of Silks, Berages, Slama
Cloths, Lawn-, Jaconet aud iiiviss Muslins, fine dotted
. S Uses. Gloves and Hosiery. Bonnets anu Bonnet Ribbons,
I linen CttnibricKandkcrr.Lie&,Chemizetts. Collars. Ac, Ac.
' Bleached and Brown Domestics of every quility and price,
j SUk, Satin aud Marseilles Vesting.
A beautiful assortment ofLadies
shoes, which wc are sell
ing at very low price.
We earnestlrsolicit the attention of customers toonr stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell as I
low as any one. Don't forget No. 9 Union street. j
matchS5 TUURSTONA WUINARD.
GAI.L SOON. For sale An exceUenT Blacksmith I
2 valuable stout Jfen;
S Women, extra Cooks and House Servants:
1 W oman aud Child, 21 years old, good Cook;
1 very pretty Girl, 13 years old; '
1 No. 1 fancy Boy 1 3 years old; '
DABBS A PORTER, 1
febr No. 33, Cedar street
A VALUABLE COONPLANTATIOir FOB SALE,
ON the Wes-t fork of Stone's river, in Rutherford rountyi 1
Tennessee, containing 64u acres. The land is cf very
1 superior qu
superior quality, yielding heavy crops of cotton, well adapt-
1 ... . . .1 : r M 1. " , . -.! .1 -1 i
! -f?!?,? f, a" k'Di"?s w,itli;n ,hrec miles of t
hville aud Chattanooga Railroad, near a good tur
iCSZ,"' ZZt ,
PVi'? i 800,1 .f1'",1 a,nd ; ter m aldaii
comfortable weather-boarded dn elling with good out-h
l aouiiuaiice a
rmml i in tV At- j
all new cotton irin and i.ress and all other imnmvements t
THE NASHVILLE MAIfUFACTURINO COMPANY.
II AVING, at great expense, procured the most recently
I 1 ininn,rpd niflhlnnre nl trwtla fi.r-1 h.e. i-Mi.lmMinn rl
the heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western I
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. Weare!
prepared to make to order Railroad' Jlachinery, such
as Locomotives, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appertaining to Railroads.
Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron, i
Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist JliJls.
Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Milk of all siies.
Sugar Mills of the most recent construcU'on, with Engines
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country
Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice
In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an mriiwr tn
put up the engine and instruct an intelligent ne-ro to that
he mav continue to operate the engine, Ac '
Brass and Iron Castings of ajy size or description with
Shafting, Mill Geencg, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order.
Information cheerfully given and orders received by
.r r, J. THOMPSON, President.
r nigbest prices paid fcr old Brass and Copper,
camape or Aoomi.u,auu lucreueioi m inese oympu- . fc.tir ;n tl,e artificial asmthenaturali
theUc Nervous Affections attendant on Pl-egnancy. i; j.Jm w. Draner. Professor of
I Stevenson. I,en S K Andennn. Chattier Kant of Itnneju.
I O Zmnz, Ouhier Plinier Bant, 3 11 White, Cd- M Cian- f
! rftr.TTSrr-.iler. Ctrb CireuU Court. U Cheatham E.G
i needea on n larm. Ibe subscriber wishing logo boutu this ; "
I trlnl.r trill lull il nn r.n. r.rl.l.. l....ir Imli.l. . I -r '-
' ;wj "w.ro'uuou I..,,. .vz-ineir nuiiainif. ipetween
I C.l."r:,u" " U14l"!. lo Ulm- Dr m uu absence to jiajor joun v , Square,) which ther ofler at prices to
cuiiur, nearjlurtreesboio. i boUi at whole sala and retaiL Ther
i auglti tt ItEM'.l J, W 1LL1A3IS. , tion to
toleredlcsdrdlhz to Act oT Coagres3. in tha yearlSSl, by
J. S. UOUGIITOy. 3L l,in the CTerk's Office of tba
district Court ibr the festern D is! net of Pennsy trtnku
EEAT ?0R BYSPEPSIA AK0THK1 SCIEX-
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
TEE, 7RTJE.BIGXSTXVE PiTJID, 02. 6A5TBI0 JUIC2,
Pr.El'ARED from Rennet, or the To.irth Stomich tS the
Ox, after the directions of Karon LiebiV, the jrjreat Phy
r. r 1 , . ... , L" 11 1 . . . T . m i. jj.k;.
HlUglUUl.rfliClUU, ujt uDugium, ji. xr., JTUliaUJip",
f This is it truly wonderful remedy for Indigestion. D
1 so. Jaundice, Liver CiimpLirnt, CSmsmrmtioa and tM
cuncc after Harare sown method, by Nature.
i crsm Agent,
I tha Gastric Juice,
f Half afea-sporauulof Pepsir mfuseil in water, 'rill digest
or dissolve five pounds of rnasi bef in about two hours, out
of the stomach.
Pepsin is the chief element or digesting principle of tha
Gastric Jui the solvent of the food, the purifying, pre
serving and stimulatingagent of the stomach and intsstines.
It is extracted fruSi the digestive stomach of tha Ox, thus
forming an artificial digestive fluid precisely like the natural
Gx'tricJnice iuits chemical powers, and furnishing; a- com
plete and perfect substitute for it. By the aid of this prepa
ration, the pains and evils of Indigestion aad Dyspepsia aro
removed inst as thev would Le hr a healthr stomach. It ts
I doing wonders for dyspeptics, during cases of Debility, Ema
ciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic Consumption, sup
nosed to be on theverre of the 'mm. The scientific evi-
! j . l.;u ::.!..! .1 ir I . . I .
! and remarkable.
Scieutllie Evidence. Baron Liebie. in ha celebrated
wort on Animal Chemistry, says: "An Artificial Digestive
Fluid. anafcicotalo the Gastric Juice, mar be crenared from
Jhe mucous membrane of the stomach f the Ox, in which
i Tarii)ns articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
' chinked and digested, just iu the same miumer as they would
be in the bureau sromacn.
Dr. Preira, in his famous treatise oa "Food and Diet,"
published by Fowler A Wells, New Yoik, pjge 25, state3
the nunc great fact, and describes the mefiod of pieparatiun.
There are few higher authorities than Dr. Priers.
Dr. Ccmbe. in his valuable writings i3 the -r?jysiologT
of Digestion," observen that " a diaunation of the due quan
tity of the Gastric Juice is a prominent and aprevailirtg;
cause of Dyspepsia;" andhn states tliat "a dLv'mgui.shed
professor of medicine in London, who was severely aSicted
f:tt. ..!..:.. f...Ki... pt-it fhinr t-lsp to fail, had re-
nrf " tin " ft h a remarkable fact in llisiolocrr. that tb
i stotsachsof animaLs roacerated in water, impart to the fluid
i the proper v of dissolving various articles of food, and of ef
f fectiri"' a kind cf artificial digestion of tlieai in ao wise dif
ferent from the natural digestive process.
Dr.Simon's great work, the "Chemistry of Man," Lee A
Blanchard; Philadelphia, 184C, pp. 321-! says r "The dis
covery of Pepsin fornix a new era in the chemical history of
digestion. From recent experiments we know that food i
dissolved as rapidlr in an artificial digestive fluJ-i, prepared
iTolessor lnmgiison.ci me jeuersuu wijc, j iiuauu"u,
Tn his great work on Human Physiology, devotes mure than
fifty pages .to an examination of this subject. His experi
ments with Dr. Beaumont, oa the Gastric Juice cbtained
from the living human stomach, and from animals me well
known. " In all cases, nc says, - uijrcs. uraiuitumju-
C emistrv in the CoJ-
Tcxt Book of
PhomUirv imto Rss.savs: "It has been aqhestioawuetuer
artificial d'gotioa could be performed but it i now tmiver
sally admitted that it may be." .....
lrr. LarpentersstanaaruworKon i ujsmiu5t. ibi
fiirr Omt it mar he read'dr separated from the stomach of the
calf or ux, and uaext forexperiments in artifiual digestion, or
as a remedy for diseases of the stomach, and deficitnt secre
tion of the Gastric Juice.
All modern worts on Chcmirirr, Materia Madica and iTiv
stology, and all good Medical Dictionaries d sscr.be the cbjj'
acter and projrtic of Pepsin, and state many interestinjr
details respecting it. . .
The fact that an Artificial Dige'tiveFlauljOrGastncJuicr,
perfectly resembling the natural fluid, mar be readily pie
pared, iloes not admit of question. The only wonder is, that
ithas not before been applied to he cure of In6-gestion and
Dyspepsia so naturally does such a use suggestfitself to the
mind. , . , - t
As a Dyspepsia Curer, Dr. Loeghton a Pepsin has
produced the most marvellous effects, in cases of Debility,
Emaciation, Nervccs Decline, aid Dyspeptic Consumption.
It is impossible ta give the detail or cares in the hnuts of
this advertisement : but authenticated certificates have been
f riven of nfofe than two hundred remarkable cures, in rnu
Sdelphia, New York andEostonahme. Thc-Hi '.'ere nearly ad
'. desperate cases and the cures wise not only rapid and wjn
i derhd, but permanent.
It is a great nervous antidote, and particularly- useful for
tendency to Bilious Disorder, jjverCoinpLiinr, Fever and
Ague, or badly treated Fever and Ague, and the erd effcuT
t ot Quinine and Mercurv and otluTd nigs upo.i the tligesLve
ih ton iW tr of anient siiiriU. it almost reconciles
1 Old Stomach Complaints whii if does not seem to teach ana
remove at once. No matter iow bad it may, be, it gives in-
atantrelicf! A single dose remo-esall the unpleasant symp
toms; and it onlv needs to DC n.peaiea ior a soon iime iu
make these good elfects permanent. Purity of blood and.
vior of body follow at once. It is particularly excellent in
eases of Nam-ea, Vomitin?. Craaps, Soreness of the Pit vt
the Stomach, Distress after Eating. Low, Cold State of the
Blood, Heaviness, Lowness of Spirits, Despondcncr, Ema
ciation, Weakness, Tendencr to Insanity, Smade, 4c
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin - 1.V ncar-f "il
dealers in fine drugs and popular medicines throughout the
United States- It is prepared in powder and in Su:d form,
and in prescription vials for the use cf physicians.
PriT-nti. P.irriilnrsfcrtheae of pLv.cians, mar be
obtained of Dr. J. S. Houghton, or his agenis, cscnbirg
' e whole process of preparation, aud giving th aurhoritiej
10 1 upon which the claims of tluancw remedy are lasod. as it
w not a secret renieuy. no oufw.-iRni uv i -.--- .,
r use by physicians in lespcctabli standing and rcgi-ar prac
1 tice. Price Oxb Dollab per Btttle.
! Pe psin in Powder sent br mail free of postage. For
i convenience of tending to all pirts of the cocatrv, the D:
i gestive Matter of Pepsin is putnpin the form Powder,
-iih ;r-t-nr-5 to lie dissolved in water bv the ratie-t. Tboe
Powders contain just the same' matter as the Bottles, and
will be sent by mail, freo cf r-starc, for 0-veDoll.ie sent
fposrpaid) to Dr. J. S. HOLGIITON, M. D, Philadelphia,
, Please Observe This !-Lvery Bottle of the Gennine
' Pepsin bears the ivritten signattrre of J. i. lIOLGHTOi,
f n Sn!i Pmnrietor. Philadelihia. Penn.
fTSd& by all Druggists ami Dealers in Medicines.
Wholesale and Retail Agents, br Nashville,
J. M. ZIMFJIMAN,
W. W. BERRY,
H. G. SCOVEL.
MrantnsEono' Binfbrd A McDennolt; Feasexdc
. Clouston; Clahjbvillk i nomas a: iarneia; rcLxs-
II w. T.rlurnrner, at. v. na a. ura.
jylO 52 dtrw 12W
DOCTOR YOURSELF 1 THE P02XET ESCtJLAPIUS,
OR, EVERY ONE H13 OWN" PHYSICIAN.
rpHE Fortieth Edition, with One
t Hundred Engravin shoving
I leases and Ma4rma&n3 of the
Inman System in everr shspeind
i m - .jj.j tJ',,-
oa Disease of Females, bnTo$
f 1 iporiance td marked f
rnie. 0r those contcmplatinir nwr-
Lriage. By WILLIAM YOCNG.3.D.
IP Let no father be ashamed to . ire-
sent a copy cf the iESCCLAPIllira
his child. It may save him frcn an
eariy grave. li iiu yuuiiuiau urmp v?: 3 &-Z4
man enter into the secret obligti ins J--
of married life without reading the POCKET CI -PIUS.
Let no one suffering fion a hacknied C cugh. Pain
in (he Side, restless night-t, nervcus feelings, andthe "vbole
train of Dyspeptic sensations, mv! given np bv thcirphvsi.
cian. be anothermomcnt Mithoat. consultin'r the .JCCLA-
PIUS. Have the married, or lhe about to be married.
' any impediment, read thistruli uiefu! book, a.-, it Ia-b(cn
the means of saving thousands cfmfbrtunatecreatures from
' the rerr jaws ofdeath.
HTAny person sending TWJNTY-FI VK CFNTS cn.
closed in a letter, will receive one x-pv of this work bv mail,
or five copies will beseut for One DtJkur.
Address, (post paid,) DR. WM. YOUNG,
marchltt Iv Xo. 1S2 S irct St., J'J,u .1. phw.
CBUTCHFIELD HOUSE. F0BM JSLYGBTFFIN HOUSE,
CHATTANOOGA, 1 ENNESSEE.
THIS well known Hotel situate-1 within a few steps 5 v
of the passenger car landing i f the Western and pjjji
Atlautic railroad is now open uml-r thesupervLiou of
Thomas CrutcliBeld, assisted byJir. J. W. F. Brvson atjd
Ladr. This Uoue while undertl a control of Colonel J.J.
Grili'o acquired a very high reputation as a first clasd hotel.
The present proprietor having set trred the servicw of ( jL
Grifhn'a bar keeper, and having pu thtifedhis m&t excellent
cook and house boy, and bavingfn nished the house entirely
anew, hopes to retain its high rej station and merif public
Eatronage. Passengers can be acci mrnodatcd wth anprniu
us to and from the boats. TI ,03. CP.UTC HFIEI JJ,
feb'il- -ly Proprietor.
fTMIE SOUTII NASIIVXLH PITRNITURE
X MANUFACMIIRING COMPINY. are now otTcnruri
TJ tj -: ...ir..i i t
niture at their Depot on Hjkct st-eef.Thomaa'fi
jnion nail and trie v.
Slur nurchasers. I
infer d to rive aatislae
pnrchasers work warrante L
Call and examine their stock. C Tdsrsjbr Work attended
to with despatch. R U. CU0OMS, Prcst.
W.L.NAxrg. Sec'r - rsept t
".' r xtECEl VEO
O Jn fS,Z?5e
tt hhds Sugar;
S3 Hhl M,rtK-
10 IHf. 10 Qr.S) KIU do;
73 Bbls Molasses;
125 lllf. do;
120 Bbl, st toai, Flour 1
100 do Clneifrnatl do;
15 Tierces Rice;
23 Boxes, 23 hair, 23 Qr. Rata ns; r.r
250 Drums Figs;
150 Beams. WPaper; i
25 BbUAlei T .
100 Eoiej Tobacco, varlou? blinds;
230 Bbls reetlflcd "VVhisSer;
130 do Domestic Brands; '- f
173 do do ?Cin; . ,
123 do do VIn
123 BbU Old Bourbon WhlikiTr -
Or J , , . " .
25 do old Mononzehali
10l do " 5. E. Kamf
oi iioie tiiaret wise.
20 do Pale Sherrr do-
5 Casks Maderia do. ' i
And for sale low bj
d"'11' ' Cf FRENCH & CO,
immdiately, and ' course to the Gastric Juice, obtained from the stomach ot
(instantlv. These 1 livinir animals, whicli proved completely snccessfi'L
rr nrli.-vm Hnthor of the famous works on " etretable