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PEEM3 & CLACK,
Con:mis5ion and forwarding -Merchants,
Cottoa aad Tobaceo factors,
Cirntr of College and ftercA ttrttU, XaJttilU.
COFFEE 2J0 bags Kio; W bags Havana;
SO du Liguyarar SO do Java.
CIOAR3 2tV,l)J ItnP-t4avaaa; 13,""" American;
Itf.yMiW Cuba fl'a and Melee Cigars; '
CANDLES -2'0 joxes Sperm and Star;
2J ' boxei Sterme an Tallow;
COTTON YARNS A lo of assorted Nos. Osmiburs; su-
periot quality at maauradurers price; .
FRUIT3 1 0 ' bxs Raisins, assorted sizes; 6 drams Figs;
CO frails Almond; 20 bbl Pecans;
FI3II 30 bar.cU and ha f barrels Mackere I;
7 Kit J M ackerel; 1 i cases S irdines;
FLOOR SOJbbUGallign; 173 Cincinnati;
75 do St. liO-Jis garrison's;;
GLASS 20 ) boxes Window all sizes;
125 do QL, I'L,and 4 PL Flanks;
75 do F- int Tumb era and Goblets;
Co do Squatt and Cp Jar?;
00 Demijons. Oveaud three gallons;
IRON Tennessee and P.ltsburg, assorted files.
LIQUORS 10 case.-' London I'orter quarts anj pints;
locas's Scotch Ale " "
75 barrels American arid French Brcndy;
JtS do Apple and Peach "
400 do hisky, various brands;
50 "-do HuHandGin; 25 do N. URurn;
25 do Wine, various kinds;
100 do Cider Vinegar;
MOLASSES 15o bbls and yx oblsreboiled and a House;
75 bbjs St Louis aad N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 100 kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sires;
150 do Wheeling. "
riCKLES 15 cases choice asserted P-'cUcs;
10 cases Tonuitce Catsup;
SUGAR 100 hhds Louisiana Sugar; '
100 bbls St. Louis and 1'hiUdelphia Crushed and
Pulverised; -Jo do loaf (Lorermg s;)
SriCES lObagsAlUpicc; 15 do Pepper; -
'n do Ginger, Race and ground;
SALT 200 bbls Kanawha; 200 sacks lino and ooase;
13 V sacks Dairy and 75 boxes table salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bap, Jo do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 t?rrels Millet Seed;
T&AS 2.t cases-wrious brands;
TOBACJO 50 boes Chewing, assorted brands;
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRIES Indigo. Copperas, Iadder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot. bal.xratus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, c, Ac
For sale low forcish by PERKINS A CLACK.
CP'Liberal advanoeson cinsigiimcnts.
WANTED 1ihi,ooo lbs of clean trashed Wool;
10u,"'0i los Bacon and Lsrd;
Dried Fruit. Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal prices in cadi or Groceries,
mays PERKINS A CLACK.
FORWARDING AJSTi COMMISSION
Dsilers in 3raudio3, Winss, Cigars, AC.
CORKER OF COLLEGE AND CnURCH STS.
UGAR. 200 hhds Prime NVwSugar; . .
5i 1 trrels ClanneJ sugar; to barrels Lor.t sugar,
SO go urusnc.1 co; ii uo Aowoerpauu;
Just receivedand for salcby EDWARDS A HARRIS,
OL.AHSES, SYRUP, A:C
150 bbls Prime Mo-
, 10 bbls Coldea Syrnp;
ccircd and lor sale by
may 2 -J
b jls Siiazr.House Mousses;
Sokegs Golden bvrup, iustio
OOFF EC.-3'H) bags Green Rio Coff-e;
liio bags Laguyra Coffee; 60 bags St Jago Coffee;
2 do Java do, just received aud (or sale by
maT22 EDWARDS A-HARRIS.
i ALT, NAILS, &c 1,000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
3 5w bag.-t Fnicund Co-arsoSalt;
600 kegs XaiU and Rrads, fur sale by
mar25 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
CIGARS, 2-',ow Geuuine Havana Cigars;
loo,oo0 Imitation do Co;
loo buxw Jlclcc Cigars; for cale by
riay2 hUt'ARDS & 1I.VRRIS.
CAN ULSS. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Caudles;
jo" . do Sperm do;
2uo do Star do;
10) uo Mould do;
For sale by may2i Eu WARDS A HARRIS.
0BBI5Xol, 2aadailacK- 60 ciiesus lea, imperial,
cre; Black and Gunpowder;
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10J Kits o 1 ana a JiacKcrei;
10J bxs Scatch Herrings
100 bxs il II Rabins;
2 do Layer do,
60 qr bxs do do,
5 tierces l;cs,
i frsM A S Atooads,
15 bags S S do,
25 sacics Pecans,
20 do Orcein Nuts,
2 cvaa l'l uses,
6 do Cnron,
2 casks Currautj,
6 hf b'aU Craiibcmcs,
IV cases Pie r'ruits,
Ml DOIS v inegan
fl do While Wine Yinesrar:
100 boxc Soap;
00 do Stariii;
00 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed cio
0 tierce.- Dried Reef,
lOOboxa Chewing Tobacco,
60 caks Carb. Soda,
10 bjgs Pcppsr,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
5 do Alspice,.
6 ccroons Indigo,
10 bags Ginger,
10 hnxes fir J'cnncr.
o I'iimi Aimle Clicce
luO do Rent's V aier Crackers,
15 do Peeper Sa ice,
20 do Migar CracWcrJ,
20 cases Touglison's Bit-
25 cases Tomato Catsup,
15 do Lemon Sjrup,
2 J0 reams Wrap Paper,
100,00j Corks, assorted,
20 do boua uo,
10 do Picnic do
0 bbls Wa er and Ratter
CracieiK, . . . , , ,
itti u gtvat variety of other arlicle?, for sale by
,njyi. b ' i;i)WARDSAIURRIS-
, WiNiiS, A:c 2oqrcasks tine Biau
sj do ill aad v Cherries.
lohfpljws do do
5 if uo do do
5 cks old .Madeira,
5 H do Sherry,
So do Pun;
fio S Malaga,
50 Baskets Champagne,
iltimiii' Fl.-ur deellcy
Ancli.tr, Uoache, A other
20 ca-va Cordials.
C du C.aict Wines,
20 do JIuskat da
In stoic aud for rale by
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 piis pcre Holland Gin,
1 h'ltl Jamaica Hum,
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
60 do D O Country do.
20 do Penn. Rj e do.
100 do American Rraudy,
5:0 casks .ondon Porter,
lo0 bbls Walker's Ale,
6i do Wood's Pitts, do.
o exses Newark Cider,
EDWARDS k HARRIS.
AUD OIL.-00 Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil for sale by
tiui Villi r-ii i iiv3
nccn iieccEA. fbed Ttanass.
SIcCRKA & TRRRASS,
"WiDlesilo Grocers, aad D2alers ia Foreign aai Do
rajjtic L'.qusrs, Fljur, Irca, Casting?, Salt, &c,
J NASHVILLE, TENN.
QUGAR AND MOLASSES170 hhds Prime New
73 rbb1"SIa? Crushed, and Pulveriied Sugnr,
150 do Reboilcd Jlelasses;
100 v. bbls dc; vo kegs Golden Syrup; ia store
"ffi h'C 10"' """"MS TERRASS.
COVFUE, I'l.OL'It, CANDLES, Ajc 800 bags
Kio Cnlfee; 00 do laguara do,
2'M bbls Sup Floar, various brands
1H0 boxes lA boxe, and V boxes SUr Candles;
75 do Siimuicr and Tallow Candles;
CO doDoylesSuinor N5ap; 7J i do Starch. For
tale very low, by uiaj -J. 1 McCREA A TLRUASb.
IRON. NAILS, C.WriNOS, STEEL A: AXES.
180 'Voni tolled lion, warranted;
10 do Bell hammereS Iron;
So0 Kegs Nails, asnoried siits;
20 Tous Pitlsbii' gh Castings;
500J lbs Kug'.ish Buster, Crawley and Castateel;
SoDoxcsAxes. tVle, leCREA A TERRAS5.
LIOIIORS. S4' piies Brandies, some very fine;
lC-wk pure Holland Gin. Eagle Brand;
1 Punch-on Irish Whisky, cry fine;
25 H Ca'ks Port Wine; 6 Casi3 Sherry;
25 liakels Champagne Wine, pints and quarts;
S ) U ucei iaret Wine; H do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls UoljeitsMin county Whisky;
S5 do Sim Davidson's Lxtra do;
60 do Copper distilled Whisky;
GO do Moiiong ihela It cdo; 60 do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lodo N. E. Ruui;
35 do Sweet Mai ig Wine; in i store and for 1b on lib
er d terms, by iiuayil McCRLA A lEKK.Vah.
mOBACCO AND t J.(;ARS.-5 boxes Larighorn
I and Ar.ni-lead Gold Leaf; i do lerguson s d-;
8 b"xcs Mu-oclain Tobacco; 25 do Kentucky dc;
CJ000 Havanna Cigars, various brands:
50Mcla Cigar,; 20000 Cuba TERRASS.
ALT, U'M ltucs fine Salt.
SUNDRIES s lUncls Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
10Bas(iuigcr, 10 do Pepper;
5 do AUpicc; 2 cases Indigo;
C leases Iuiirial and Gunpowder Tens;
1 O isk Madder, :i caks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Slwrt. assorted; so Cnks Soda;
CO Boxes of Jcnnv Lind and Quart Flabks;
100 do Pint and Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross Msson's Blacking
loO.fOo Percussion Cop; " Bbls Alum;
5HW Lb- Dried Reef: Demijohns, assorted.
The above will be sold i?J iuw at the aimer of Droad
and College slrocis, by McCREA A TLRRASS.
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McCIlEA Ai TERRASS,
Corner of Broad cad Collcgo Streets, Nashville, Tcaa.
Meats for SmiOit Ptfl&uvjhcnd Wkttling, A"-VA", and
PALE ALES, POUTER & BROWN STOUT.
nvVliiiowinatorctbcfoltowing, which they will sell
at Pittsbureh prices, ;tiaiisportatiou added) to-day:
125 Bhls GW Smith's Patsburgli Ale for sutrmerusc;
150 " Kennctt Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
lo0t do do for family use;
i'Ca.-ki Bottled do;
"'.LEtvnU, KAKSOJ1 A: CO.
"Wholesale Grocers, Fortcarding and Commission
tr"0 Iirre and eoomodlont Unci Ware Houiet
A" ,...v l,.i..,.H ll.ti .III anH
.. ...... I .rthn Udtln.atl llAt.nL. will rMfJllve and
J. Win i ntf1r nra. fren nf rimvniPA l
Will . n " J al , nK.i, ..ru rMA f rfmvniM al
R. O. ANDERSON & CO.
rablalonublc Ctoitiius Juiporluiu.
Ox Juarlcl 4trtttfppitU Xni), McCUtt S; (J
a A VE now la store one of Ihopreltlctt assorlmetiU of Fash.
Spring and S.nninur Clothing
eTijroBcredlblhis marVet.lijlii(?n entire n siock, having
tU' lalsfortuaeto havo our lulsumtaer'atiocE Jenrojed by
lh Ore. ou Union t. Thauafui lor the lioeral pairoiingo
heretoforebvstowed ou ttitfiu, they earnestly solicit a con
tinuance ot tno saoiu, ujii proicisa tlut iioLbUg shall be
waiitlm; ou their liari to gie eullro salUfaclioii lo all who
will Savor ihcin villi a rail. Our slock consists in part of
Black and Fanco Cto(k, Doe and Crae Cassi
meres, Drap D'ttt Casimerts, Linen Alpaca,
Vrtss, rlYick Sheaney Cassitneres, Satin,
Qraxs, and Hack Ccals.
Best of BUekand Fancy Mlfc, Satin, ciuumcre Valenccii,
Lluen and Marsciles, some ol theai twaulifuily embroidered.
ALSO a good aasortiueui ol
Vuutus ana Xloj t,, Clotlilng; llais ot
and style, amongst them soma extra ano ...
PA.NAJIA, BKAtU, KKESCR, KOSSUTH AKDMAdVK,
together ltb every article repaired Tor a gentleman
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesuiif., a Due ,"r'eu ,
will b sold by the patents or made up lo order In the nio.t lasn
ioimbie style. Give us a call frntle n, wo U-i .k wcai
couTluce j ou this is tho pUce lo bay a gdarUcle pw forcash.
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OOJ pipes pare Brandy.cllITerent brands;
AiKHt do itirlor do old;
Si Hi pes uperior do old;
ZD Itsskets Chatnpagne, different brato;,
S quailar casks made riii Wine, old aiidfla
20 do do d.i;
4 do Cherry do fine;
5 do Unol'ort do;
29 rood do do;
10 barrels PureS. M. Wine;
2 pipes Holland Gjn;
2 casts Jimmies Uuro;
10 box aa'd conllats;
25 do Claret Wines;
G do Curacoa Anouthe,Maraschh ;
100.000 Imported Havana Cigars;
50.U00 Domestic' Clears; fur salt) by,
decS. K. P. CHKATHAM & CO.
J. r. uariiES. ots. umuxH.
K E W
Picket Tobacco Warehousej
IIAVNT.S Jc GItAlIA?!, I'roprletorn,
COnSEKOFEIGliriiASD MAIS bTREKTS,
'PHE above Are proof Warehouse is much enlarged and Is
JL doing a tine bustiicsf. our recclptitavo been upwards
of 10.000 bozeheails since the opening Of our lioure 1st ol
October, 1831 and aur sates have beeu very satisfactory.
Oar mode of soiling is as follows, viz: Kvery hugsuead
Uputupaiid sold oa its own merits, a.idafter the sale It is
Kitatheowaerto cojurxinr re tcttbe t-ame,at Displeasure.
One Dnitai per hogshetdcoversallchaiges to the owner,
afir Its arrival atlho warehuose; andhercceireg bis money
at the warehouse oHce as soon as ibe biliscun be made out.
We are prepared to pay all charge on Tobacco consigned to
u.and hold itsubject to thu Instructions if the owner.
This warehouse is now doing the most extensive (soilness
if any Tobacco warehouse tu Kentucky, and w pledge
ourselves to attend strictly and promptly to all Tobacco
e .trusted to our care; and wo refer to nurpust yfar'sbus-incss-
merchants, shippers, aud planters generally.
Very respectfmu .
feb.26. HAVX-.S & GRAHAM, Proprietors.
' I 1 I ri l - i nr. public are hereby res
p43pectliill) Iniormed thai tho subscriber has for
!j O lilSalo at h's Ktoro on Unloa strerltwo of T.
UilbertsPlA.NO FORT KS, with bis lm-pioved patent Eao
llcn attachment with iron framesand compass ot 0 and0;
octaves. Also, some ot those beautiful aud superior Instru
ments made by ISacon & Haven, having C,V and 'octaves,
and lhir patent bridge. The subscribers other Slock la
trade Is large and well assarted especially his Sheet iluilc,
&c., which Is abundant and selected with Judgment,
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NICIIOL & PEACOCK.
WHOLES I.E fJHOCEUS,
Fortrnrd us Ar Cotnmiion Merchants.
Corccr of Market and Church streets,
KA-HVIl r.K. TKX.V.
BY NICIIOL tf- PEACOCK
tTTHl K . ii no licss: Srhoiimal:er"s colebrated
V Pure uhituLead, direct from the Manuf cturrr.
p 23. MCIIOI. .V PBACOrK
Fi.OU.t - SOU bbls White Whett Flour,
50 1 do star brands, do do
ap v3 Mnior.frPEArorK.
.ll.M.A.',. .10 boxes
I ap 53
XICIIOL t PEACOCK.
OYS t'KItS 5u boxes Koblnsoii V Weniz's celebrated
splc'd Oysters, put up in triads Jar-; warranted to
keei.iiianyclltnatu. XICHOL & PEACOCK.
25 do Jamaica do
-53 bag, Lagurla Coffee prime
NiniOL & PKArorK.
-15 bids Siirar.
MCHOI. .tr PEACOOK.
100 bbls WhisKt.
MriiOI. Ac PEXCOCK.
IJ.Iii:'i' m;Ui eoobu'.hls Mlllel .-eed trt-sh.
MCHOt, & PEACOCK.
BUOO.US. 20 dozen Shaker Kr. oms.
XICHOt, & PEACOCK.
Br. u fjoitiis a.m aM.ou;3i i.im:$..-5o
dozen superior Cjltou Bed Co-ds nd Plough Lines.
ap.23. .NirHOI, & Pl- ACOCK.
'I 'Ait iu Lbis
urih Catolma 'lar.
NICIIOL & PEACOCK.
1 Afl Bars Green liio roffae;
l.JJ 10 Hogsheads Sngar:
50 Bbls. Kebolled Molasses;
35 Boxec i'alm Soap;
200 Bbls. Pikes and Wilthlres Whisky.
30 do Domestic Brandy and (tin;
5 do S. M. Wine;
50 Bags aorted Cotton Yarns;
2 H Pipes Old Cog. lirsndy;
400 Bags lino and Coarse Salt;
500 Bbls. Kanawha do.
200 Kegs assorted Kails;
25 do Wrought Spikes.
30 Bbls. So. I. Ilosin;
10 do T. ii:
TOO Bbls. Ohio Flour;
25 do it. l.oul,do;
20 Bales Oakum (Hemp.)
10 Keels do (Cotton.)
10 CI1 Lard Oil;
20 do Lour, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
4 Chests Jenklna a Co.'sToas;
25 Coils Manilla Hope;
500 ft Cotton Wrappipg Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
25 do Butter,Sodaand Boston Crackerr;
Together with, Indigo, Madder, Allspice, Ginger, Black
ing, Mustard, Almonds, ('ream Nuts, Star and Tallow Can
dles, Dried lleef. Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Soda, Ground
Spices, ic. In Store and for saie by
e. IP K. STRWART .V CO.
IK Kit Ml) i- t-1, Kt.lt.- 5u bags vert fine Puts-
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UUlg,UUt.HUCi riUUI, D bClllU IUIU lui !tlC U
dec. 5. It. M'liVVa P.l
trittnhirritik.-..'i KLU rsfvt vert ntiit Tnr nnlo.liT
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jan. 23. r
-Sugar fie,JU3l leceKei b
DAVIS v- SWANK.
"iTTNTED at the Soulh Nashville Furniture Factorr.of
XY good SE.VS0.VED LUMUER
liKVKKi feet of linch Walnut Plaak wide;
do do do do do;
SO.oOO do 2 do do do do;
lOO.ooo do Walnut Scantling, S feet long, 4 A C in. sq're;
100,000 doCherrv do do do;
100,000 do inch Chciiy Plank wide;
5' 1,000 do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
60,000 do Ash, rangingfromljtoiinlhick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used for Cabinet purposes, for
which Ouh will be paid on delivery.
Also, 25 orSOgood CABINET MAKERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in cash. Also, 1 or i good UP
HOLSTERS. None but good workmen need apply.
"f TTINTER STRAINED SPERM OIL, suitable for line
machinery for sale by II G. SCOVEL
C1IOX CIION'. 10 cases ChonChou, received this
darby np30 R. A J.NIXON.
IiLOUUIIS. 100 No. 1 Peacock -Ploughs-for sale by
aprilS.1. W. H. GORDON & CO.
CAUI'ET B. ACS. We have just received an assort
tneutof Cairct Bars, various stvlc anil prices.
MYERS A McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No 50 College
street. . mayS
Dl?a T. L. JIAODIN offers his profeviional services
mthejracticeof MEDICINE and SURGERY tothe
citizens of Nashvi'de and it-ivcinitv
irrl0i?'x CuEKUlr Stuect No.'29-bctween Huion and
Church streets. april 12-tnvly
S. II. PARVLV,
JUcrchandisc nndi-roducf! Broker,
General Newspaper Agent.
OFFICE AND STORK,
an J.tr X0'36 WtL,,DT St. Cincinnati
v' It IRT COLLAKS We have in store cverv varietv
KD f style, and best quality, jtmcll MYRES McGILL.
Ladi and GcaUejaea'a FumiahtDg Store, No. 55, CoUege
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Nashville Carriage Manufactory
C.tUUIAGIiS!! CAISIIIAGKSI 1 1
THE subscriber takes this method of returning Ms most
sincere thanks to his friends and the publicgeaerally, for
the palronujre be has already received, and would mj to
them, that Le coh has unhand the longest and Best
assortment of VVOKK ever ottered lntals market; from Uo
lightTKOTTING SULKY lo the Qnesi CAKUIOLA CAR
K1AGE, all of my own Manufacture.
Persons from adistancecan restassarcd of alway finding
something that will suit their taste, "it in the shape ol a.
Carriage." I hare the heal orlimcu to do liiy
Work. Call and Me mi asiortmeiit.
K. B. 1 am prepared lo build Work to order asbort no
tice. I will pa particular attention to repairing, and will
sell or repair al as iow a price as any good builder.
Jy. H. Lower Market Street.
rtto -Z'ilKl'UliL.IC. 111E -subscriber
bees leave to siato that he still tarry on
the COACH AND CAHKIAGK BUSINESS,
at hlsoldsland on North Mai k,t ,,- .(...-
btlow H. 6c K. Douglass. & Co. Keeps constantly on hand
a large and veil assorted stock from a tight Buggy "to a Car
rlola Thankful for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
continuation, li..pins by cheapness, durabill! andgood work
manship to merit your patronago.
Jim 2 ly. GEO. U SLOAN.
-lMHTAEKMIII'...l HAVE this lav as'oelated
with ineintho busl ness of WALL HAPhK MANU
FACTUKLNG.Mr. L M; Gorbt. Tho busVness will hereaf
ter be conducted at the bouse former!) occupied by me,
No.20, (.allege St., next door to the Scwanee House, under
thedrut ofKlages& oorty. In reluming mjthants to my
friends end the pnblle generally f.irthe liberal patronage
which I bare rrceired. I respectfllv solid I a continuance
of the rams to the old Crm.mrh. 30, '53. C. W. KLAGES.
I WALL PAPER MANUFACTORY.
KLAGES & GORBEY,
Bliiiiulactiirers and Importers
or all xmus or
A. 20, Cl!e;e St., next door ta Sacanne Ifcvst.
CONSTANTI.V nianufccluring and on hand a large and gen
eral a sortmenl of Gold, Satin and unglazvd Papers,
Fireboard Prints, Tcas.ers, CurtalnPapers aud Transparent
jr?" Houses paper-d at the shortest notice, by the best
workmen in the c ty. ap. 22.
I'urc Wines unci fjuiuurn, for medicinal
PHYSICIAVS, Druggists and Invalids have often experi
enced the almost Impossibility of procuring a pure nine
or liquor In thecountry, when it becomes necessary to uso
it for the restoration ol health. The arrangements of the
Grxflenburg Company for the purpose of guarding against
fmposltton and adulteration, both In Europe andtbUcoun
try,are complete, and any bottle bearing their seal, may be
regarded as unquestionably pure and unadulterated.
lu Importing Irom New orkwhal Is presumed lo be tho
purest article of
I'ort Wine and Brandy,
hat has been offered for sale In the city, iheubscrlber has
not been governed by c otlves of pecnnlary Interest.
He therefore offers these articles In cases or ONE DOZEN
EACH at New York prices, viz: S12 perdozen.
Persons who may wish to obtain single botlles of either,
may do so of G. H. WKhaELL,
Opposite State Bank, Union street, Alii Mixkkkzii,
Agent, Graf, company.
Jusl arrived per steamboat California, and for salo cheap.
2,000 pourdb Mather's celebrated New York Sews Print
ing Ink. In Kegs and Casks. IJIyl f.
Fool of Urond Street,
Directly opposite the Steamboat Landing,
J. L. GRACE, PROPRIETOR.
1 HE undersigned, thankful torthe very liberal pat
E-Jl'l ronage besloed on this House since he opened it to
iUJl thf public In March last, most respectfully solicits a
continuance of pi bile favor. Totheboardlngandtrarelllng
community, he would say, that ho Is now prepared to give
them aceommodationsequal to any Hotel Intno city, hav
iug procured the services of polite aLd atteu'lv'o clerks, ex
perlenced waiters, and first rate cooks. The rooms are large
and pleasantly situated, commanding abeautifulvlew of the
riter and business portions otthe city. To porsons wishing
to travel by the river the bouse affords superior advantages,
being located .
Immediately at the Landing.
The traveller who stops here need never loose his chance
of the first boat. Bagzage will alwajs be convoyed toaud
from Steamboats by tueservautsoithehoesc, free of charge.
NashviII.Jan.29. '53 J. '. GRACE.
Utr li l.-YNUKAKU::.
JGtnn Insiiruur.o .Co. or llartlord
Annuity Fund $150,000.
T'XCLUSIVELY held pledged.and annro nriated.
-j wtt its reserved accumulations, bv the chartnrt
and regulations of the Company, to tho payment of Annu
lies aud losses upon Insurance on Life, and in no oventlla
ble for other debtB, contracts, liabilities, or engagements ol
Tnoi. K. Br acre, Prrs't, S. L. Looms, Secretary:
E A.-BnLKLir, Vice J. W. Stymies., Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
E. A. Bcleliy, Jon L. Boswill,
KoncRT Bccll, Kijliid .Matiiik,
aliLasA.TcTrLZ, Edwin G. KtrLir
HltHR k Q- Pt AT V.
Trdsbelrg a Joint Stock propriety cotnpany.and conduc
ted on the cash system, the Managers have adopted a table
ofratesofpremlum as low as is continent with safely and
much Iqb rthao tlioe ol the Mutual Companies.
Applications far riss on white -ersons, received by the
onilerslgucd. who will furnish Prospectaseof the Compa
any, and any information relative thereto.
"rT'litsfcs ouslavesagaiusl diseases and accidents causing
death, taken; Polices Issued and loises adjusted at this
Agency. JOS NASH, Agent;
Office N. V.'. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Bant. Nashville, aiig. lu, 1H52.
K WiKsma, 51 D. j 0ffl t 3,
rtoMnrr. FnsTi, M.I) t "nice "ours, Jtoa.r.M.
TO TIIIJ TAlt-nKIIS OFTi:.NC.S!iF,r.
'PHK underslgnod hav ng procured the cclu-lve right to
1 tMr Stat- , flers foisaie, Fi'rt Pr- ml nm Machln.i:
MANNY'S PATE T A DJ USTA BL NOrfTHhKN ILLINOIS
KEAFhP. AND MOWER.
Awarded the first premium for mowing, and the second
for reaping, at the Nr-w Y-rk Mute Fair. In the great trial
at Geneva undK. w York. In July, in cotupelitnn with eleven
other Machli cstawardedaSiIvarMedalai liio Ohio Stats Fair
lor the best reaper and nioer: and recilvodthu highest
award at trie Vermont and Michigan Stale Fairs, furtho best
reaping and mowing ma htne.
Tho true merit ofthts Wachlnehasglvenlt a great triumph
overall other-", and be.nga i-cnect combination ota Kc.-ipei
and Mower, It duces to the farmer with double valne; and It
1 clearly demoii-trated tube tkeonly successful eoinbluaUon
of Keapcr and ilower.
Asa mnwerlt Uslnple and as perfect as though construct
ed etprerslv for mowing, and as a Kcaper It Is as simple and
perfeit aslf constructed Tor real Ing onlv : all tae change
thatls necei-ary from one plan to the other, Is to lusoitr
remove a Ion-e platform.
With a pair of horses, one drver.the Mach'ne will mow
frm 15 to 20 acres Ier day, de;nding on the ground. It
will reap the same q'lantity requiring twohands,in running
over broVen ground. Ihe driver can lower cr elevate as
Le may choope.
Hie price of tho Machine, delivered at NashvilleJs S250.
or they will. If ordered, be delivered at Jiemphia, nr any
polut'on the Missiippl, between there end Mill's Point,
or at any oInt on Cnmbrrland river, between the State line
and Nashville, or at Chattanooga, or alany point between
there and Nashvillo.on the liailroad.at the same price. They
are manufactured In New York: aad as It will require time
to bring tbem n, all who wish to procure one for the next
sea5on, would do well to address me as soon as ennren'ent,
atNshvllle. ap.5. L. P. CHbATHAM.
ULiAVK liXW UUivSCTS,
X fi t
Just received Materials for making 500 Bonnets.
Plain Hals, So 00. Rich lull Trimmed Par
is Flower, 7 to 88. The Finest Materials
and Superior French Trammings;
lif.cicis' a large Slock of 1,000
Rich Fancy Silk Crape, and
Late Paris styles of
Blond Jmcs and
Gossmar Lace and Straw Bonnets, and Paris Millin
ery in all its Neic, Novel, Beuliful and Ex-
qui tie styles ot Materials.
UR stock Is now full and complete, making as Rich.
I arze and select stock as any MlilLcry establishment in
the United State", and as regards prices, wo defy com
petition. After being 8 years ettablislied In bnaiuess in
Nashville, and doing nearly the while of the Fine Trade
of Town and country, giving us a large rale for
IIonnelH unci ."Milliner)' ood.
AVe can and will sell 25 to 30 per cent, lower than any
houein the city. Having Ladies from Paris anl the East
lo make up Fancy Bonnets, we aro prepared toturnoutas
Cne Millinery as at any partol the world.
rrp As I intend visiting Paris this Summer to purchase
a Fall Stock o'JIillinery.l will give greataErgains lo reduce
our Mock by the Isstof May.
Rich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Lace and Needlework, Hm
hrnideried Black Lace Mantillas. A very extensive stock of
Children s Hats. Fancy OooOs, etc.
N. B. Gossamer IjjCo Konnets altered to new shapes
In superior stvle. having the only new shape Blocks In tho
lily we can make them good as new.
j'fJ'Don'i lorget the housr, No. 40 Union Ptree ,iiet to
the Mate Bank, as you may rave 25 or percent in prices.
mv. 3 K. WIE. Agent.
ITfE hivo now on hand, and aro receiving from Hie Mills,
full supplies nt me loiiovvingilesrriptw.ns of Powder:
Tenneas e KiBe,in quarlr, hilf.and whole kegs Masting,
In kegs of -i Its and banelsof 100 lbs each. Safety Fuse, iu
quantities to suit purchasers.
Our powder is manufactured in Davidson county, and war
ranted equal tomiy in the ruurkt-t.
Orders shall have promrt attention.
CHEATHAM, WATSON ft CO.
ap. 14. at W. H. Cordon & Co 's. Public Square.
tO'IXON V Ali.rS.-- a supply or No.'s SoriiliO.TfJO,
' and HO "Syca more Cotton arns,'' constantly kept by
ap. U. CHEATHAM. WATSON at t O.
Klllii; it utilCHV. Have Just received rionTtfie
East, a large and well selected stocknf Wall Paper.
Alro a vari tyorGold, Velvetan 1 common Borders. common
and fine Window-shades, transparent do. beanlifull) decorat
ed Fircscreens,-Teisters, Ac, c., toeetherwlii aUrgo stock
eirora manufacture! Papers, wlllenabloihem toshow
N. B . Paper hanging done in the best manner, and on
Country merclcntswonlddo well to examine our tock he
fore purchasing claewherej mrh 30. fSH
VAL.UA US. (-: L,A1 tOJt WILL offer
f rssloo Saturday2Ict May, InsLat the Conn Hoa o
iu Nashville, II Lo'so Land on t en. rth sidea.f the Cum
erland ilvcror Veuehan's Tu-n Ike, a-d ne-r tlio Gal
latl pike, dj.inlng Tho as Chadwell and A. McFerrl
and nthrrs, at one and two years credit bond an' sec riW
required and a Itln retained on 'he I nd until the purcha
se . one. it paid. .MayiO tw4 E. W. C1IILDKKS--, S .
SPitlKG OPENING MILLENARY.
MRS. E. I.OCKHART mot respectfully gfcrt
ronntrv. that she lias iu5t leceived direct
from New Vot k, the latest and most fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well Klectcd. U
anyone wishes a real Fahiocab!c Bonnet, please call at No.
Ii, Cherry street, and judge for themselves.
Bonnetsj Ribbous, 1 lowers, Trimmings, and allnew Pat
ients. Orders from Ihe country promptly attended to.
Thankful to the Ladies fur Iheir former ver,y liberal pat
ronage, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favnrs.
MRS. E. I.0CKHART,
npril7tf No U. Cherry street.
LAKH OIL -25 barrels pure water pr ssed Lard ONJus'
received persleanier John Simpson. for sale by
t 5. No. 73, PubUc Squr, DAVIS & S WANN.
VJIY GOODS, &C
HASnowinslore a full stock of HRITISH, FRENCH,
OE1UIAN, aad AMERICAN
adapted lo the present and approaching seasoTS, and to which
he will continue to receive additions by every steamer
Black and colored Silks:
T ,. . .
rancy uicss do;
Emhr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces;
A bite Goods;
Linea and Silk Hdk&;
Satin and S.Ik Vestincs;
C.-ll- I ii:ll.
Black Dress Goods;
French Printed Lawns;
Cloths and Casstaiercs.
Krcndins, Chambrv, Camlets,
Fancy 1'rints, Black I'rinls, English and Iicncli 4-J Chintz,
uieacued and ilrown ilusiins, liieaclied and iirown Drill
ings, Cambrits, Silk and Linen Turcads, Spool Cottons, Ac
New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowcra and
Wreatlis, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac.
Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoe , and a general stock cf Goods,
which he is prepared tooDcr at the lowest piices upon libe
ral tettns, andiespectfully intitcs the attention oftnerchants
and the trade generally.
A.J. U. is ngcut for several large factories,
and will soon be largely snpplied with their
oods. Nashville. Feb. 25. 165-3.
THOMPSON & CO.
NO. 21, Public Square. Nashville,
HAVE rec- ived their New Goods, and can assure their
iriend- that they have never opened a spring stock
so attractive they would call particular attention to their
Itich Errss Good-
FlalnSIikdrabaiidFu'y Colors, Ilain Berego, all colors.
Rich FIg'd Boreges, silt Lavender col's,
French Oigandles, " " Applo Green '
' Lawn, ' Luae "
Cfaalleys, ail colors, " ISCOvda Plaid India Sk's,
Farlaudfor Kobes Rich Mai.t 1 a Miss,
Evening Silk, B'fc Satin National,
ttrioai uressen, mk tiro ue Milne.
20C0 jarda very fine and shear Printed Linen Caa.brlcVs at
A great bargain CC0 yds (old faihioned) Drab and Lead
eol'd Pongees for travel ng llre.-ses Jaconets, 'a!n aooks.
India dimities. Swixs and French Mus.Ins, Cambrics, Hair
skirts Hair and brass :lnth for Skirts.
LXVl: tiooli . Vaei c tines. Hoilton and Einbroid'd
Musketeer Collars, ChemUetts and Sleeves, Swiss and
Jaconet hmbrniderles. Flriuneinrn. Ilimlty, bands Hlclily
fcmbrolderr-d .-kills, Blk Loco Vc.ls, Valenclenns, English
and imllatlon Laces &c.
;t.lAA'l'lt.I..i-SpleiiiddiikMaiitIei. allstvTcs. Ap
i'l plique I ce Msniles Blk and col d Black Lace Points
and .-cans, Velvettilmcd Lace Mantles All kinds of I aco
and till; Goods for .Mantles Corseuand modes of all kinds.
LI,"l;;V-, aVL). Irish Linens, Linen abetting, Pillow
Linens, Table Diapers. Towelings, ileracilles Quilts,
Mn'lln and Laeu curtains. Damasks, ore.
MuliltatiM, ouuass. i.ouitiaziues. ilk Warp Al
paca, Blkcbally,flnede Lalnes, Widow's cloibs, canton
crapes, BeregodeLanc, Forlard silks, Hdkfs, collars, etc.
MI.MJtJI.I llMlot's -Patasols shades. slendid
eans, Ribbonds, Dress Trimmiig4. Kid Gloves, laice
Milts, silk Gloves, kid cut, B .nneta ills-ei IghonCa s.besl
make of Enlls t silk and couou Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents
K1 AHU Units Kilt.-fUUu, ca-Imeics,
Vesting, co tanadea, col'd Linens. Linen Drilling. -Frenbh
Linens, china slk coating. Drab de etc, aud summer
cl- ths ofall kinds.
Domesiie Co. ids ofall kinds fcr servants, Prints chintzes,
Ginhams, Berege de Laines.
We solicit a-i earl; call, as we are confident our stock
offers great inducement to buyers. THOMPSON & CO.,
mr. 19. Ko.SI, Public Square.
MOtiE RICH GuOUS.
JL'ST REUEIVEI KY EXPRESS.
At -Mcliol' I'nriHT,
So. 13. roRMX or nir Sqciri and Market st.
KECEIVEII Ibis day by express, orne verv RICH and
DESIKA BLK DRESS GOOD.i ti which I would cordially
Invite tho attention of my fnends boii-g confident they wl'l
be pleased both as roeardssijles aud Prices, viz:
Extra Rich P-ri Silk Tn-ues:
S.tln Plal I Painted B. Mges;
" Btcnhio Damns de V'eroa:;
" Supor Whi'e Plain Sat n;
" tmb'd Linen Cambricii Hdkfi:
" Pari, Tr.m'd Valeucienne Collars and Sleeves;
' " ' Vest and Iceve;
" " Collar.-:
And a great variety of other articles c.ill and si-e.
ap28. JA.MbS MCHOL.
No. 13, corner nf Fqiuro aud Marketst.
31 c , A I B V A- FU It 31 A IV.
55 College Street.
ARK this day receiving and opening some .nrj beautiful
Goods, for tho Spr ng Trade, and most cpecifully so
licit a i ell from the Ladies. We can show tlutu every thing
new In the way nf
licrage dc Iainc,
Lacev, Mlli, Velvet,
Itifilmiiv, Ac, Ac. Ac.
Wo shall continue to receive Ooodj by every arrival,
throuehlheitioul.iof.March. and our frionds ns bcassured
we will sell t!)c:n nice now t'd gs i ml at rea-dhable firices.
Mc.NAIHY Oc FUKMAN,
feb. 23. lew No. 55 Cllege street
j. :. vn, itoienis rsi,
BROAD STREET, J DOORS FROM MARKET
THE Subscribers respectfully inform the public th at they
hav,; removed three doors from their old stand, and
now have on hand a general assortment nf Confection
ery. Sugar Ornaments, consisting of Cakes, Candies,
Xuts, and Fruits of every variety. Itltisical Instrument-and
Toysof every description. Fishing Tackle
Soda Water, Mead and Alealways cool.
Their Candies will be warranted to bo saperiorto any
manufactured In the city, and will be sold Wholesale at
12K rents per pound.
Ordersfrom thecountry carefully put up, and with dis
patch fi-ov. 1
(11C. WO-- V A'DlVAnUlVAL. 10.000 El Divau,
v ' 4,1)00 La Jnsepbno,
For sale on Broadway at
J. G. & C. ROBF.RTOVS.
si. n rlthiVllll. .
C03I J1ISSKI, tl 11 IICIIAST,
ARD DEALER II
Cotton, Tobacco, and all kinds of Produce.
Corner of Clarke and Market streits.
QQ BOXES Double- re
4iO fined Loaf Sngar.
- CO keirs St. Louis Gulden
150 boxes Mar Candles,
213 do Tallow do.
W bsgs Pepper.
20 do Spice,
4 cerooua ImIio,
2 casks Madder,
24'i grosa Matchea,
CO dnz. Painted Buckets,
5U boxes M. I'.. Raisins,
50 y. do do o,
50 do do do,
do Imported Cigar!;
do Tobacco various
do -Melee Cigar;.
iu tierces nice, c-c..
75bhl Smiths Old Reserve 75 hbls Domestic Brandy,
Whisky, 200 bbls Com Rectified
ES do do Gin, Whisky.
62 do Old Bourbon do. 65 do Sweet Malaga Wine,
5b dofMd Monona'Ia hlscy. j casks Una trench
4 casks Old Irish Fatteen
42 bbls c-untry Double
distilled W hUy,
42 bbls Country Double
8 do Old Port Wine.
8 do Madeira do,
6 do Muscat, do,
10 bbls Rum,
In store and which will be sold unusually low for cash, oi
to punctual men. Jn v. H. s. FKKACH.
I A-lttlutr i!S. loo DDIs i eon. It. I,. stilled Hiuswj,
lj 50 " OIdMon-nghala Whisky,
50 Old Bourbon do,
50 " Old Eve do,
50 " do Reerve do,
10 1 Pipe-old Cog Brandy,
2 Holland Gin,
10 bbls nl I Madeira Wine,
20 Indian bbls sweel Wine,
100 bbls A.M. Brandy,
311 " N. K. Rum,
30 A M. G n,
30 " Sweet Wine,
10 " Old Port Wine,
20 boxes limiidv Cherries,
50 Clamt W "ino,
IU " Assorted Conliala,
15 Gal'ns old French Brandy;
low, by dec. 14.
n store and for saie
L. H. LANIER.
IM1I I'ICUIiAll i rn;n.
rpHE co-partnertJitp heretufoie eviating under the name
L and siyie of MOsP.s & SO.-;, Is tuls day dlwolved. All
debts due the Firm iniiai be na:d to L. Moea,
Thoundsrjlgned will not be responsible for any debts
contracted, by anv person or persons, without an order from .
me. " L. MOSES. !
L. MOSES, j
VERY THANKFUL for the tlheral patronage extended to I
him lorthe Usl 12 years, r. specirulljintorms his friends i
and tno public, that he has madearrangt-inents lo change !
hispresml business and will dispose of his present Stock
oi PORNtlUrth. very low for CJSf. consisting ofeve ythir.g '
neces-arymr nour-Kee era i anor riirniiuro in set-: fia
hoaany and o her Cna rs; Uivnns; Marbl-and p'ain Beu-
reau-; no k uasaes, riiiu oiucunaru i ueusieiiui-oi a i ies
enptions: Table.: Pre-S: AiattreSses, mid u large variety
f Furniture of all de-cripllons which I am determined to
sell for less than any other House In the City . Ca'l and si.ls
fv yourselves. L MOSES,
Nashville, -May 6. tf. No. 19 College st.
Viiiuablc h'lirni iur Nnlr.
T WISH to ell tho Farm on which I r.'side.-5J miles from
Nashvnle, on the main Louis, nle and flallauii Turnpike,
containing about 2F0 acre-of good Land, ouo half i.f nliiih
is cleared and in a high slate of cultivation, and thtolhcr half
of woo I land, good water as thtiie is In thecountry. and plen
ty of It. The improvements loueists of a larite and conimo
dius Iiwclliug, I'.iichen, Wi sh-n in, Smoke House,' Isterii,
Ice Ho ise. Xero 1 ab ns. Spring House, rianis, t ribs, Ac.
Alfoallneorilisrd of 12 acres with every variety offruittres.
The liuisviile Railroad, and . lso tho Cincinnati and per
haps the Henderson will un witt in a f w rods of the place,
ltis seldom so desirable a residence a-idfarm ascoDvouieul
lo the tin , is ofierc t for sa'e, aud as I am do eruiined toselt,
those wi h lug to purchase w 111 do well to make early ap. Il
lation. Potscs'ion can be given at at.) time by fiepurchaaer
biivlng my growing crop, i wiuir uJred reii.aiiniv stock
oranv panto Iho purchaser. also luosiTf
fmy houehld fur-
uiture If desired,
Anilr io me on Broadway.or to It W.Brown acent.of-
fllce Ao GCherrj ttreel,ui stairs, and either of us vvillshow
the farm. Ac, to any ouo wishing topurchase.
ap. 1-3 tf. A. W. JOHNSON.
NEW STOCK OF
rURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
College ttrttt, XaskcUle, Ttnnetfet,
HAS jnst received a lame and splcndtt assortment of
CAB.NLT FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
Ac, n hich with his former stuck, makes one of the largest
and best a.-sonments ever offered in Nashville. Those
wanting good iind substantial articles, would do well to coll.
All work sold by me. will be warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
with a p'ractical knowledge of the business, giveshim advan
tages in selecting such urticlcs as are Unexceptionable in
style and woikmanship and finish.
AI-o, on hand, a large stock of Floor Oil Cbth,
Solar Lamp, Uirandolet, Litking QUtsa, Jlatrasset and
Gocis, in great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call and examine. april io' A. P.
R. E BELL.
Wholesale aad BetaU Grocer, Dsaler ia Foreign aad
Damestic Liquors, B3C2iviag, Forwarding and
Opposite Swanes House, CoUege st, No 23.
T'HE Nashville and ChatUnoogo Railroad
JL Company, anti the Tcnnesaeo Kivcr- M. ML .
and TratisDortation t'oinounv. hate adopted the
following iatesofTianpoitation on Freight between Nash
ville, leunn and the various landings uu tho -3enucsscc
- ? " - 3 s
2i 1 s3
o r"3 ja t4
FROM NASHVILLE TO
Mts,li.iiii.t'U, Dry io -ds!
g-si vrjlIy,Llgara nboxe,
rca-e,,l In wre,Ul-cka,!
v, oaeu ware, i.igntanj
Hdlovr Vare, I aarlus
W'ikiI. Feathers. Giusei a
aiid Store Wre. It as
rugs In kezs and boxes
Sadaiery, Candies, C u
fectioiur.es, &C, Jier lut
Mco.-fu Class -.-ugar
Coffee. Molasses, Nails,
I'.u Plate. Bar aud Pit
Lead, Fish Iu barrels,
kegs, rills &c , w li.dow
uias', Cotl n Yarn, Do
meslles. Hemp and Rag,
lu baler. Tobacco In box-
es.hlce. Hides, Bale Hope
Bazgl' g, Cordage, Lea h-j
rr lu roiis auu uxs Hard
ware. Giusiand Queriis-
ware in crates ana box. s,
Lead a d Paints in kegs
( lover Seed, Ch8,se,
Candles. Soap, But er.
Beeswax. Oils Brai.dl.s.
per IU' lbs
Third ta,s riacon
Lard and Pork iu tl rets
or banels, Bar I on,
heavy Castings, GriuJ
Monts and undressed
Marble per HO lbs
Pig Melallptr HOIhs...
hlsky. perbbl of jOgal.
Flour, per but, aud Sah
5 1 5.1! SI 511. 31 501 Jl 001 2 CO
. ... 1 - .nl . . nt . .v. , Kll
1 00 '
Potter Alo,and Domes-!
tic Iiquois, par bblo'4
J TOJ 1 701
Lard Linseed, or nther
Oils of TennestecManu
facto ro, per bbl of iu gals.
fowutr, seaure y pack
ed In ci sks orhog.-heads
per 100 pounds
Carbots. Mineral Acids
(st Company's conven
2 50 2
10 CO, 13
Piauo Fones boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, aud
portable Bcrruv.' s or
Qneencf lhchou Ii Mil s
8 50 8 501
r.ows (3-soiteil.) aud
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lb?., will be in
variably charged as loo lbS, First' CIas Rates.
AH articles of unusual sizo or weight, charged in propor
tion to Jhetioubleaudexpensecfhandlingandspacc occu
pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient for the pro
tection of contents, will 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 mitsing goods
mn-t be made within CO days from date of shipment, orthcy
willnot be allowed.
The above Comjsinieswill not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils Liquors, or other Liquids, orlbrlhe Bicakage of
Jugs, Demijohns, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
tliey be securely Packed iu Wooden Cases With their tops
The following Articles will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," .as to Breakage, Chafing, Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unavi idablc Delays, vie
Molasses, Dres.-ed Marble, Glass and Chinawarc, Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bags r.f Shot, loose, Demijons, Fui
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods. Fresh
Fib, Poultry, Lire Stock of every descriptioa. Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carboys, Adds, Looking Glasses. Musical
inslrumcnts, B.jks ana Stationary, GlazcdSadi, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Stove Cjittogs, Light aud Hollow
On I reig'it destined for Chattanooyi or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, no exra charge iv lU be made during the
low water season, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Class Ra:c, will then be charged al Third Cl.i?, but
detentions arising fiom Iow water are entirely atthenskof
0a Freight lo Knoxville, and all intermedirtc points to
Chattanorga, Twenty-fi ve (25) cents fur 10 lbs may be added
during loiv water, but In no case is tliere any responsibility
assuu.ed tor the detention ot Goods during or on account of
Goods consigned to C. Y. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. R.
R.C., Naahville, will be teceived on t!ie wtiarf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge for Drayagcor
No Freight reraircd on the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tenne-sec river.
Furniuire and all other Articles not enumerated above sub
CC to specLl contract.
Emigrants with iheirfamiliesaod tnovcab'cstiken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to mike contracts or desiring informa
tion with icgutd to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. VV. Auderon. agent, N. A C. R- R. C, Nnsli
rille, or Ja. Williams, Pres. Teuu. "River M. il. A T. C-,
n. L ANDERSON, Supt. N. & C R. R. C.
JAS. WILLIAMS, Pies. Tcnn. KiverM. M.& T. C.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT, Ac. 11, O.Z.r Strut, Ate docrt from the PuUie Square,
WllhKhmar be touud a choice ana wellseiectea
stuck of Clot lis, Casimeres and Vest ing;, all
of which will be made up to order in the most fash
ionable feme and at as short notice as can do uone iu
city iu the Union, and at prices to suit the times.
Ready Jladc Clothing. Coats, Panis, and Vests of
all kinds. A tine assortment of -Hull's .Furnishing
(.oods: Silk and Merino under tJiirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen. Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
J'Gannents cut at the shortest notice Please call and
examine, mr a , THUS. J. HOUGH. AgenL
Manufacturer and Dealer.
TOIjI.f) rp-snprtfolir inform hisfrlpnda .
Vf and the public generally that liejjj
t-,.a n fi.1l ..irimnnr .if Vnrnitiii-o rn l-l'i m ' C2!i
liand, condsting of B ireau1. Ward-robes, Bedsteads, Side
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, JSook Cases, Showcr-Balhs,
Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice,
and on very rea-inable terms, with despatch.
MattraSs'cs of all kinds made to order common shuck
kept constantly on hand.
Undertaking All orders for Coffins can be filled in
.very short notice, at the following prices, as I
i-een cverv description always on band, together
with good Heies, Horses and careful drivers:
Plain raifelid Coffins, from glO to $15 00
Covered Collins from f 20 to ?75 00
Servants' Coffins, 1 00 perfoot.
All orders left at my store on College street. No. 25, oppo
site the Se.vannce.nouie, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. np25 a n G en J. U". CURRE V.
FOE MALE AND FEMALE.
BETE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
that should be cheerfully obeyed by tfie children o
men. Dr. Larzett's JUNO CORDIAIorl'rocrcative Elmi ,
prescribes as an ellectual restoratiro in case of Debility
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all i-Teguljrities of natiii,
It is all that it professes to be, viz: Nature'-! great restorattvt ,
and remedy for those in the married state without o3-pini .
It is a certain cure forScminal Emissions General Debility.
Gleet, Weakness of the Ueuital Organs, Nervous affecli tis.
Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it ii un
equalled. Also, a certain remedy for Incipient Consti np
tion, Judi"-estion, loss of Muscular energy. Physical Iiss:
tudc, Female Weakness, Debility, Ac, ll is warranted
please the user in any of the above lomnlaints. and is
priceless value to those without clfsprino-.
! Caution Exfra. Find the name of Comstock & loth.
ersouthe wrapper and never buy it milc-s you find te
names as it hiis been extensively coiiutcrfited of late.
Avoid the counterfeit as von would poison.
CARTWRIGHT & ARMSTRONG!
Who'csa c and Retail Agt's. Comer Broad and Murkct
Streets. , ishville. fjulyl2 dtnr A w 12m.
SIAEBIXIZED LEON I,IAHTLES, COLUMNS, PEDE3-
j TAL3, TASLE TOPS, &C.
TnE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invito public at
tcntion to their Marble-zed Iron, as one of Ihe greatest
I discoveries of the age, and for which they recei ved the
uuld -iiEiML at ino last lair ot the Amencan insti
tute, and the Meual at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan
ics Institnie, held at Washinglou in 1'ebtu.iry and March
cf this year.
This material, having a metalic basis, is more durable
and cheaper tlian Marble: its repiesentaticns of piccious
Simiesamlthechoicest Marbles, in mote than sixty ditter
ent varieties, arc exact and surpassingly beautiful; it is ca
pable cf resisting u greater degree of heat, and it cannot be
mjaicd by the action of ccid-ior oiL
SILAS C. HERniVG.
The manufacturing department of this Co. is under the su
perintendence r.f R. F. J. P. Wjujahs, the inventors of
the system, and the financ:al and general business depart
ment that of Joux Ristox, ton hoin nil communications
may be addressed, at the principal WaicRooma, PI3 Broad
way, New Yoik. inmy7 Sra
. NASHVILLE STEAL! ITAKBLE WORKS.
JAMJ;S SLOAN, Proprietor.
KARK-rra., orrosiTEjou.vw& HoasE'sronACCO waeehousi!.
Uarlle Wareroomt at the iJ eland Corner rf Sumi.ier and
HAVINGmade extensive enlargements in myMarblo
orks, my facilities aicsucli tliat 1 can execute all
I as cheap as it can be dora in anv i,f iln. V-ia-n ,
it. u.... .. :
y3 iuiiS a. my n anr-rooms, on me corner ot cririnr and
Summer streets, specimens may be teen whicli v. ill enable
persons tojudge for themsc'.res. which is the best mc:bof. '
Having on hand all kinds nf Marble from Eeast Tennessee. ,
Also, a tine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American 1
Marble, which 1 will tell Iow to the trade, wholesale and re-
tail, finished or in the rough stale '
A large assortment of Mopme-ts, Tours, Baitismai
rocxra, Uaxs, ases, Gardch Fioiri, Gravu Sroyia, Ac. I
caned and lettered loorder. FtrnsiTcni Maeble executed
to order and sent to any port of the South-Wet as cheap aa t
ltcanbepiocuiedfiomthe Kast, Abo. Maeele Maxtels, j
or every description, phr n or carved. Bcilbisu Stoxk, sold
holesale and Rctaih
All orders left at m, Ware-Roomson the corner of Sprint '
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt atlention. My
friends generally will find it to their micicot to call and ex- I
amine my stocK belot e put chasing elsewhere Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal palronaKc I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN.
Curner of Spring and Saauner streets, Nashville.
UR. ARNOLD'S TJNT0N PILLS.
GaEE.v HiuTenn., January 19, 1852.
Drt. Arstjui Head; Sie 1 consider it bat co act of jus
tice to yourself and ihe community, to state to you tho very
great oenctii i nave receiveu iron- we jir wu
Pills. Having been for quita a number of years, greatly
troubled with dispepsia, and constipation of the bowels; at
limes. alarming me greatly, I used ercry other remedy, al
most "that I ever read or head of for the disease, all unthout
the least bcne6cial effect, I had almost come to the belief,
that il was useless to try any more; as I labored under
great debility, and my siumacli was greatly injured by tak
ing the different Pills, medicine, A; but on hearing my
neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial eOecU of
your Union Pills, I concluded to givetheni a trial, and
bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their use. From,
the tirst dc of one Pill I was satisfied it was the medicine
for me. 1 have not yet u-ed quite ons vial, and can now say
to ycti with the utmost pleasure, that 1 have not for the last
ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such gcod health, as I have
since commencing the useot your PUls. I would take no
sum for the good ihe-e Pills liave done me, iind most -every
branch of my family liavu used them with the same happy
effect. At times some cf the negroes have bad symptoms
of fever at the first complaint I have given them one cr
two Pills, and never had to repeat the dosj but once, which
effected a cure. Your other medicines used bv my .limily,
have had the most happy eflii , I sliall always keep a sup
ply of your Pills on hand, and I think that uo one, laboring
as"! have undergrcat debility and dyspepsia, with all thei"
evil conseqiiin'.es, but what would, after a use of your med
idiuea, join me in saving the same cf them.
Ro-j-ecifully AV w MASTERS0N
For Sale at the Drag Stores of ZIMKKMAN, T.WELLS.
BEECH. FLEMMINO A CO- and BOURNE'S
JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLASTER.
THE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in the
Side, Hip, Back', Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, King's
Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Join's andaU
Where this Plaster is applied, Pain cannot exist. It has
been beneficial in cases of weakness, such as Pain and
Weakness in the stomach. Weak Limbs, Lameness, Affec
tion of the Lungs iu their primary stages. It destroys in
flammation by perspiration.
The following commendation is lrom.au agent resid
ing at Trenton. Tennessee.
Tcexto.v, Gibson County, Tena, Nor. T. 1843.
Messrs. Scovil A Mead Gentlemen: The Hebrew Plas
ter is becc-uiiug popular j this section There is a lady in
this county who says she would not be without this Plaster
for five hundred dollars a year. She was afflicted iorsome
time with an enlargemrut of the spleen, which gave her
a great deal of pain.' The swelling and pain had extended
up nearly to the arm-pit, and occasionally she could scarcely
breathe. She was confined for a considrlle time, during
which she wasaltended by some of our bct physicians, but
they gave her no relief She procured a bun" of the He
brew Plaster, and it relieved her almost immdiately. and
now she keeps a snpj ly of it on hand constantly. Theiso
facts you ate at liberty to use as ycu think proper they aro
substantially true. " Respectfully, yours, Ac.
JESSE J. WELLS.
Beware cf counterfeits and base imitations. Dealers and
purchasers generally are cautioned against buying of any
put our regular agents, otherwise they ill be imposed upou
with a worthless article, as cany base counterfeits of this
Plasterare in existence.
Remember. The genuine is sold only by us, and our
advertised Agents throughout the South. "No Pedlar is. al
lowed to seil it. In future thegenutnc will have the signa
ture ot E. TAYLOR on the new steel plate engraved label en
the topof each box; to counterfeit which will be prosecuted
Philotohett or I'emnlc Friend.
For the cure of Painful and Di.-ordered Mcnstruasion, Mis
carriage or Abortion, and the relief of all these Sympa
thetic Nervons Affections attendant On Pregnancy.
In setting forth the merits of this valuable remedy, the
proprietor has been actuated by the certainty resulting from
experience, that the most gratifying effects vt ill be found at
tendant on its use. Besides those complaints which have
been named, the Philotoken may be used with advantage in
Klmir Albus, Prolypsus Uteri, Gravel, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,
and even in Consumption. In some of these, auxiliaries
i -win be required to pcrtorm a cure, ana in otners, it can act
i only as an auxiliary, or a palliative to remove the tempora
I ry suffering.
The Philotoken is not offered1 at a cure for all the ills
which fieli is heir to, but as a remedy and preventive
for a certain class of complaints in whicli it is warranted to
do all lluit U here set forth, or that medicine directed with
experience and skill can.
E3f Remember, that "an oanceof Preventive is worth a
pound ot cure.
ii ! -vi i i ii 1 1 : r (
N.B Purcha.sc--s.to avoid imposition, will be careful to
observe mv wviten signature on the outside label of each bot
tie, to Counterfeit which is I-orgerv.
T. C. RlSLEi", Itoprictor, Jlarahurg, S. C.
Price SI, per bottle.
Forsaleby SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 Chartres street, New Orleans.
General Wholesale Agentsforthe Southern States, to whom
all oi dcrs must be addressed.
Sold by KWIN, BROWN A Co.. NashviRc, Tcnn.
W. W. A J. B. BERRY, do;
J. M. ZIMERMAN A Co. do;
CARTWRIGHT A- ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do;
U. O. SCOVEL, do.
jan M dtww
T. J. COlitluRM LlcilUst.
Takes this met nod of intormmc the nub-
l:c that he is loc.ted ticmiaucntlv at Ticnton,
leiin., and is prepared to perform any operation, thai Le
may be called upon to do, in the shortest notice: plate work
neatly eiecuted, liom partial to entire sets. He will visit
ocibsIothIIv, JaJcson, Tenn.. aad Surrounding towns for the
purMe of doing plate work principally. Persons Wishing
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to be of service to
them, are solicited to patronize him, ith the assurance that
satisfaction shall beg.vca, rcmv.r. or no pav
oclH Iv '
UNITED STATES HOTEL!
THE above HOTEL is nnwopen for the reception of AA
PERMANENT AND TRAN-IENT l!OAR0ERS.2.
This lonz established and well-known House has under
gone f. thoroiigh alfcration throngiicut, end furnished with l
new ana lasliioiu-ble tUU.MiUlil.
The TABLE tviil always be tu-phed wttli the BEST the
these that may favor him with their patronage
jan22 -lytnv J.SO. W. SPEAR.
JAllfS GLOVEIi. -IV. U EOTO,JtrX
GENERAL AGEKOT AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
Ac. H, Ckerrif SlrtH, i door from Lkmleriek,
GLOVER & EOYD,
'SCCCE.-.SOI3 TO WILUAHS & CLOVER.",
WILL attend promptly to Buy ing; Selling. Leasing, and
Rentin ' Real Estate. Bi-nx'o, Selu.vc, a.vd HirlvgNe
CKOES, OTWeliayecomfortablcI!oomsand Cells fortaking
care of I'lO Necrroe-a. - Nezotiatinrr Loans. Buvinir and
Selling Stocks of every description, Collecting Debts in any '
part ot the United S;ates, Ac, Ac. Orders lfr Negroes at-
tenueu to promiiy ana iu:triictions a iiuu iy oocyed.
l(Ers:nr.cics. nor w u Uampoell. tx-Oov A Urown.
A Co., Eai.hr,. Lfcl.cpard & Co., j,anitrt. Col k
Stevenson, Gen S R Anderson, Gi'lirr Eunb of
O Evving, Gtuhkr PLiHitr Bank, .1 B White. I & il du I
ctru Q.t rt, T T Sm iler. Cri C. rait Ccurt.TUC
CUrb Onntv D T Sco't, X&r.lU Inn, S M Scot
Ctti EM, II l!ridge. Sntvnte, D Y Winston, f niort U.iV.
C H Baclms, Vtrardah. feb 22.
C. E. GRCNVIELE at CO.,
As they have a large and personal acquaintance, and di
rect corre.-pondence at mot of the important towns iu Geor
gia, and part of South Carolina and North Alabama, they
w;ll be enabled ti di-po-e readily of the above mentioned
articles in season, and iesjcctfully solicit consignments.
V. K. StevexsOn-, Esp, 1
Moksan A Co., J- AuViriViV.
A. J. Duxcu.-, )
Beadlet, Wilso.v A Co, EmUciKe, Ala.
LltrEN SHEETINOSlTlNEN SHEETINGS ! J
AT SO. trviOV STEEET.
JUST received a few pieces 12qr. Linen Sheeting; which
will be sold very low. Alio a very desirable stock ol
laidies' dress goods, consisting of Silks, Berages, Slama
Cloths, Iaiwn-, Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, hnc dotted
Swisses, Gloves and llosirr. Bonnets ar.u Bonnet Ribbons,
Lineu Cambric Kandkerthicls, Chemizetts, Collars, At, Ac
Bleached and Brown Domestics of every quality and price,
Silk; Satin and Marseilles Vestings.
A beautiful assortment cf Ladies shoes, which we arescll-ini-at
very low pric-.
Wo eamesilysolicittheattentionof customers to otu: stock
before purchasing el-eu liere, as wo are determined to sell as
low as any one. Don't forget No. 9 Union street. I
marchso THURSTON A BERNARD. !
ltAJjI. SOON'. For salo An excellent
2 valuable stout 3fen:
S Wonu:n, extra Cooks and House Servants:
1 Woman and Child, 21 years old, good Cook;
1 very pretty Girl, lajearsold;
1 No. 1 iancv Boy Id years old;
. ' DABDS & PORTER,
A VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION FORSALE,
ON tlie West fork of Stone's river, in Rutherford county
Tennesre, containing Ski acres. Tho land is of very
suncriorouaJity. vieldinr-MMyycronsof roton. well nd.-int. i
cd to grass and grain of all kinds is within three miles ot
the Nabvillj and Chattanooga Railroad, near a good tur
pike has g d spring and stock water in abundance a
comfortable weather-boarded dwelling with good out-houses,
all new cotton gin and press and all o'her improvements
needed on a farm. Tb subscriber wishing to go South this
winter, will sell it on very favorable terms if immediate ap
plication is made to him.'or in his absence to Major John W
Childress, near Murfrecaboto.
auglB tf nCNRY J. WILLIAMS.
THE NASHVILLE IANWACTURINU COILPANY.
I A VINO, at gre.it e-pciise, procured the most recently
a a liiinil'V
the heaviest i
improved machinery und tools for the construction of
eaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western
I anil otlthrril mihlir-M nirttnn r.f IhinrnalmnTwi lino
and Southern public a portion r.f their patronage We are
prepared to make to order liailroad Jlnchincry, such
a-s liocomotires, i-as-aeogcr, rieiglil Uars, troj-, SMtch ,
s-fin. l;..'.. .n.i . ii .v?... ,.
Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appertaining to Railroads.
Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 6
to .ioo hope power, with boilers r.f the best Tcunessee Iron.
envr aims ritiol up complete, wita Circular or Sash
Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist -Hills.
Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills ofall sizes.
Sugar jlill of the most tcccut construction, with Engines
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gins. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice
In all ca.-es where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
put up the cnp'nc and instruct an intell.gent negro, so that
he may continue to operate the engine. Ac
Brass and Iron Castings r,r any size or description, with
Sliafmig, Mill Geeiicg, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
aults, made lo order.
InlormationtheerCUly given and orders received by
t. v . J- THOMPSON, Presidea-
N. B. The highes; prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
CTA" CANDliEja. suv LVaes werk & Siar
lj Candles, in whoU, half and uuartr-r boxes, for sale by
taaytt W. IL GORDON & CO.
i J Strict Court fortte Eastern DIscTrf PEW
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
THE TRUE DIGESTIVE TZVTD, OR GASTRIC JBTC2,
PREPARED from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of tlrs
Ox, alter the directions of Baron Lfebig: the great Phy
sic logical CAeinisi, by J. S. Houghton, M. D, ITiiladeTphiV
sia. Jaundice, Liver Complaint, Cc-smaption and Deoilitr
curing after Nature's own method, by Natures own Agent,
tha, Gastric Juice. 6
Hair a tei-spoctiul cf Pepsin, bfuied ia water, will digest
cr dissolve fire pounds or roast Leer in about two hours, out
of the stomach.
Pepsin is the chief element or digesting principle of tea
Gastric Juic the solvent of the food, the purifying, pre
serving and stirmdatingagrat of the stomach and intestines.
It is extracted from the digestive stomach of the Ox, thus
forming an artificial digestive fluid precisely like the natural
Gastric Juice in its chemical powers, and furnishing a com
plete and perfect substitute for it. By lie aid of this prepa
ration, the pains and evils of Indigestion and Dystar-ia are
removed just as they would be by a healthy stomach. It il
doing wonders for dyspeptic?!, during cases of Debility, Ema
ciation, Nervous Decline- and Dyspeptic Coasumption, sup
posed to boon the verge of the grave. The scientific evi
dence upon which it ia based is in the highest degree carious
Scientific Evidence. Rinm Liebig,in ha celebrated
work on Animal Chemistry, says; "An Artificial Digestive
Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Juice, may be prepared from
the mucous membrane of the stomach of the Ox, in which
various articles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
changed and digested, just in the same manner as they would
be in die hitman stomach.
Dr. Preira, in his famous treatise on "Food an 2 Diet,"
published by Fowler A Wen. New York, pvge 15, states
the same greatiact, and describes tha method of pierjarxtu.-i
There are few higher authorities Hum Dr. Priera.
Dr. Combe, iii his valuable writings on the "Pavslology
of Digestion." observes that "a diminution cf the due qtuin
tity of the Gastric Jiuce is a prominent and all-prevailing
cause of Dyspepsia:" and lie states that "a dutmguisbea
professor of medicine in London, who was severely afflicted
with this complaint, finding every thing else to fan, had re
courc to the Gastric Juice, obtained trcra the stomseh3 o
living animal, which, proved completely successfid,'
Dr. Graham, author of the famous works on "Vegetable
Diet," says : " It is a remarkable fact in Physiology, that the
stomachs of anunalsmnccrated in watr, impart to the fluid
the property of dissolving rarions articles of food, and of ef
fecting a kinder artificial digestion of them in no wise dif
ferent from the natural digestive process."
Dr. Simon's great work, the "Chennstrr cf JIan,'"CLee &
Blanchard. raiTadelphw, 1815, pp. 82 ,2, says; "Hie dis
covery of Pepsin forrns a new erain tlie ciiemical history cf
digestion, irom recent experiments we know that food is
dissolved as rapidly in an artificial digestive fluid, prerercd
from Pepsin, as it is in the natural Gastric Juice itself.
Professor llungnson, of the Jefferson College, Unlade! phi ia,
in his great work on Human Physiology, devotes more 'n
fifty pages to an examination or this subject. His experi
ments with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice obtained
from the livh'ghnn'an stomach, and from animals are well
known. "In all case," he says, "digesdoncaxnrredasper
fectly ia the artificial as in the natural diction."
Dr. John AV. Draper, Professor of Chemistry In the Col
lege cf the University of New Tort, in his "Text Rk cf
Chemistry," page 5S6, says: " It has been a question whether
artificial digestiou could be. performed but it is now univer
sally admitted that it may be."
Dr. Carpenter'sstandard work on Physiology, which is in
the library of every physician, and is used as a text-beck In
all the colleges, is full of evidence similar to the above, rr
irpecting the remarkable digestive power of Pepsin, and the
fact that it may be readily separated from the stomach of the
calf crox, and tised for experiments in artificial digestion, or
as a remedy for diseases of the stomach, and deficient secre
tion cf theGastric Juice.
All modern works on Chemistry. Materia Medics and Phy
siology, and all good Medical Dictionaries, describe the char-
i r-1 e.
arter and propcrtie of Pepsin, and stato many interesting
The fact thatan i AritEcial D.geiTcFIoid, or Gastric Jtrice,
perfectly resembling the natural fluid, may be readily pre
pared, does not admit of question. Thecnfv wonder is, that
it has cot before been applied to the cure of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia to naturally does such a use suggest itself to the
As a Dyspepsia Cnrer, Dr. IIonghton3 Pepsin has
produced the most marvellous effects, in cases of Debility,
Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Consumption.
It is impossible to give the details of cases in the linvits cf
this advertiement ; bat authenticated certificates Tjave been
given cf more than two hundred remarkablit cures, in Phil
adelphia, NewYotkandBostonalone. These were nearly all
dnperate cares, and the cures wete not only rapid and wen
dertul, but permanent.
It is a great nervous antidote, and particularly nseful for
tendency to Bilious Dirrder, Li vcr Coniplamr, Fever tod
Ague, or badly treated i'ever and Agae, ard the evil effects
ot Quinine and Mercury and ether rugs upon the digestive
organs, after a lotig sickness. AUo, for excess in eitirjtr, and
the too free use of ardent spirits. It almost recoacilesLeali
Old Stomach Compltvints. There is no fctm ef
Old Stomach Complaints which it does cot seem to reach and
remove at once. No matter how had it may I e, it gives In
stant relief! A single dose removes all the unpleasant symp
toms ; and it only needs to be repeated for a short time to
make these good effects permanent. Purity of blood and
vigor of body follow at once. It is particularly excelled in
caes of Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps, Soreness cf the Pit of
the Stomach, Distress afier Eating, Low, Cold State of the
Blood, Heaviness, Lowe ess cf Spirits, Despondency, Ema
ciation, Weakness, Tendency to Insanity, Suicide, Ac
Dr. Ilonghton's Pepin is sold by nearly all the
dealers in fine drugs and popular medicines throughout the
L'nuea ssaies. ii is prepaieu in pewueraca iu uuia lonn,
in prescription vials fcr the use of physicians.
rivntr- Cirrninrs fortheitre cf rihvsicians. mar he
obuinedof Dr. J. S. Hcughton, or h agents, describing
the whole process of preparation, and giving the authorities
upon whicli the claims of this new remedy are based. As it
is not a secret remedy, no objection can. be raised against its
use by physician in respectable standing and regular prac
tice. "Price Ose Dollar per Bottle.
Pepsin iu Powder sent by mail free of postage. For
convenience of sending to all parts of the country, the Di
gestive Matter of Pepsin is put up in the form of Powder,
with directions to be dissolved in water by the patient Thesa
Powders contain just the same matter as the Bottles, and
i will he sent bv maiL free of postage, for Ose Douun sent
. fpostpaid)toD"r.J. S. HOUGHTON, M. D, IiIIeIphia,
PIeac Observe Thi I Every Dottle of the Genuine
( Pn w-a ,,,6,, a.Vnafnre of J. S. HOCGUTON.
i t r o..r i -.., in,;ir,ir,i,.- !.,
I " '"Soldbv allDniggisUandDralersinMcm
U'hnli-.Mr. M.t rtaifArcn for XaaJiriKe.
J. M. ZIMERMAN,
W. W. BERRV,
. n. G. SCOVEL.
McnramnoEo' Blnford A McDermott; Fcurcux
FG. Clouston; Clahksviu.k Thomas A Warfield; Pcts
ki W. T.Piurnincr, Dr. W. Batte A Bro.
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DOCTOR TOTJESELF! THE POSSET 2E331ILAPIT;3.
OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PUVSICIAN.
TnE Fortieth Edition, with One
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on the Diseases of Females, being cf j
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people, or tIiose"coiit.-mp!ating mar- ;
riago. By WIIJ.IAM YOUNG,M.D. !
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or five copies will lie sent for One 1 hJlar.
Address,(postpaid.) DR. WM. YOUNG,
marclilO ly iVo. 153 Sfrtci-e I'hilcidttphla.
CRTJTCHTIELD HOUSE. FORMERLY GRIFFIN HOUSE,
THIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps .
of thenassencrrcar landintrofllie Wesieroand i
Atlantic railroad is now open under the supervision of
TIiomasCrutchflcM, assisted byMr.J. W. F. Bryson and
Idr. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Grirh'nacquiredavcry high reputation as a first class hotel.
The presJut proprietor having secured the services of CoL
Grithii's tarkeetier, and liaving purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, and having furnished tho botce entirely
anew .hopes to retain Its hisrb. reputation and mrilniiMi!
patronage. I assengerscan bo accommodated with unr.ranl-
bu to aud from the boats.
THUS. CRUTCH FIELD.
rpHE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
JL JIA.Ur ACMURIN COMPANY, are now offerines
'splendid assortment of I'lain and r ashionable Fur
tfitureat their Depot on Market street, Thomas'pi
!new buildinfr. i between Union Hall end the ,
f Hare. I which thtv offer at prices to suit purchasers. J 1
both at whole sale and retail. They intend to rive salko
tion to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
to with despatch. R. H. GROOMS, Prea'f.
W-INaxpe. SecV fsep'! 't "
rfX BAGS Rio Coffee;
S3 Bbls Mactrel:
10 Uli. 10 Qr.y) Kits do;
75 Kblj Moiatse;
153 HIT. do;
130 Bola ft Louis Flour;
100 do Cincinnati du;
15 Tierces Kiee:
23 Box, a. 95 half.SS Qr. Kalalas;
2i0 Drums F!;;
ISa rtexui.. iv. faper;
100 Boxes Tohteco, various brands;
250 Bbls reotlfled Whiskey;
130 do Doraenle Brands;
135 do do Gin;
123 do do Wine:
123 Bbl Old Bourbon Whiskey;
93 do old Monomrebala o
10 do " N. E. Uam.
30 Boxes riaret IVIne.
S6 do I ale -harry do.
3 Casks V.Jerla do.
And for tale low by
d J, C. F825CH (it JJ. J
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