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A'Grckt Blessing to the Alllictcd. Dr. M'Lane,
th inventor of the celebrated Liver Pills, used these Pills
for several years in his practice, before he could be induced
to offer them to the public in such a manner as to make
them known throughout the country. This learned pbysi
ofcn.fiU the same repugnance that all high-minded men of
Hsfeaoj! feel in entering tKe lists against those unscrupulous
ommwa who obtruded ute no trams upon the pub
lie, ud tfy upoa a Vn rf Iuffi& susUm hn.
nlLi hoUrer, of .he real value of the Liver Pdfa, and
iSSmSl by the phd dictate of duty, the Doctor finally
twiUiH his delicate feelings on the altar of public good.
modicioe has iurt disappointed the oxpectaUoesof
Wmedical practitioners, at whose itwtanoi he was induced
' 16 foko h inclinations. Prom owry quarter do we hear
tfccm&stgmtifriHg aeeeunta of s wonderful curative ef-feote-the
Eistwidthe Wt, the North and the South, are
aWM Wan with "tiding of great joy" from the afflicted.
Thm wwiderful Pilk Hare oomptetely conquered thatgreat
sme fT America, the Livw Complaint. They may be
Imd 4ll th DniggisU of Nashville.
SfVarneu TnTim-i 2 All who are afRScted with
Ofljjnt, Colds, anl H duwaaes of the Thtpat and Lungs,
Ave man eraeUy advfesa to give Dr. C. Williams' Pulmo
nic Busa ok Wild OhMwy and WooD.NiaTnA, auimine
dtatekM, it is the gfeatert remedy of modern times, and
proiwi tin uo astortuhmjc rojults. See advertisement
in snottwr oatttmu. Janl-lm.
Another Scientific Wonder! Important, to
DptipUcs.-Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepifn, the True Di
KeL Plaid or Gtr;c - nice, prepared from Rennet, or the
Ifotwth Sto.nseh af the Ok, after diroeUoos f Baron Leibeg,
the grrtt FhywMogiort Ctieiniet, by J. S. Houghton, 31. 1).,
riilUanlpbia. This is only a wonderful remedy for Indigos-ttai,-WM,
undies, Liver Complaint, Ooartirpation Mid
Debifctr 'curing after nature Wn method, by nature's own
smt th Gastric Jaiee. Pamphlets, continuing scientific
OTitaMMf it- valae, funiwhed by agent gratis. See notice
ameng the medical advertteemwiW.
A-i Onnceor Tact is worth a pound iff theory and the
s4rmrf of conclusive facte that cluster uramd that incom
iMmWe pnpmtfen, lloolWa German Biters, prepared by
Dr. .laebwn. Philadelphia, establishing its value as a
&Me Mid restorative, aresneh as would prcrent increduliti
i lolf frm questioning efficacy. 1 n all cases of disease ol
theiomach, whether acute or clironic it ro&r be raaommen
ded fiic its aoothing, cordial ami reuovaKHg iniluoncc Dys
iwirtiu heartburn, loss of appetite, name, nervoue tremors,
nfttvitim, dehilitv, ic, are rclicvod, by the Uittcrs in a
very ahort spac of time; and perseverance in their use never
fails to work a thorough cure.
Victoria Coinjli Caiidy,Tliis vaUiubb Cough Candy,
now on sate by all the Dnig-ist in this city, is having a pop
uter rue. . ..
P-fliftthavetriedit,or become aeiiiunted with its
great heriiug pnptrtiei, uw it in pnefemnc to any article
offer;! te the puWic
U i a a& mi J certain cupc foe Uon&i, CW; Jloarsc
n,liicaityof JktMug, P.uis, -ml wwkiw vf the
bwt.'imfco the 1, shortness of
bran; JigtUftess of the cheat ami all the alftetfons of the
Pulmonary orgu. .
Pbiic S eakers andothes troubled wilnairechtinf: oftlit.
fhnjt will find this an enieient romeily. Price 20 cunts per
Thu Chnltnnoogn Advertiser. Published Weekly
a-id Tri-WeeHy, hy Phillip Jc CKAXDALi.
The jrVWyis isue J every Saturday, and is intended for j
a fe-Hily pnper. Utes 2 W par year, in advance, or $8 00
If paid at the eml of the year. I
The Ti- nre&f is a business and commercial paper,issued
ovwy Tuesday. Thursday ami Saturday morning. Itcir
cumtes in North Alabama, XflrthGeergia nd Ifest Tennes
see, Urns affarding a superior medium foradvortwing among
hnsiftew men. It is furnished at $1 00 per year, or 10 for
three copies in advance.
AnvsBKstss Axn ScttsCRii'Tios?. Subscriptions will be
raeeivwl at tle Union Office, and liberal contracts made with
these -who dere to adverUse by the month or year.
Odin's ?iev Saloon. Lunch Every Day.
'Ihis Hnislisd Establishment Ikis Lunch not out every day
,ii half-past ten o'clock. Obll.v's Saloo.v is a favorable re
art t Wall who like to luxuriate. He has the best of Liquors
of all kinds; and thoLuuchhe spreads in enough to whet
the appetite of an epicure. Polite and clever himself, he
has poiite and clever assistants; and all who visit him once
will be auie to call ajrain.
Tht mott txlriior dinar y dutcoetry in Ute World, tithe Great
Arabian Ji&lg fur man, and JJcast.
II. G. FAltRELId
CSLE3S.YTED AH A.B I AN LINIMENT
EVERY family should at oace procure a bottle of the
erwat Arubia'n remedv for man and biuit, called II. G.
EAllKSLL'S AUAI5IAN LINIMENT. It allays the most
intense pains in a few minutes, restores the synovial fluid of
ioint water, and thus cures stifl joints; it pmctmtes the flesh
to tlie bone, relaxes contracted cords, cure.) rheumatism and
Daisied limbs of twentv years standing ; nlw tumors, swelled
neck enlargement of the glands, and is the best median?
for ailments oi cattle ever discovered, curing sweeny, spav
ins splmt, and all diseases which require an external ap-
tulJ'di of 10 ytars slandinf curl by IT. G. FarreWs
3r. If. G. FarrtU Dear Sir: I had been afflicted with the
,c5un Pain" 'for the last ten years, and could never get relief
cxecept by bleeding; but bv the use of H. G. Fan-ell's Arabian
Liniment, applied-" over the temples abojt three or four
timasadav, it was entirely romoved, aod I have felt noth
iipr of it since. I went into the stable one night, to apply it
to a "horse's leg, and being very lame he HUmbled and loll
Wmst mv legs, crushinsraad bruising tluun &o badly that
.. t ri wis iv!I mmns' i m si lttv
iant soon neaiou i ; mi, y'o"- Vn
Lu Salle precmet, Poonaeo., 111., Feby t, 113.
Fiq. J!rir, of Seto Gmton, III, aay$ :
u. it r v..nvii' AniKinn r.initnniit Iiiih cured somcbad
oawis lwre, which everv other remedy had Inile t in; one was
n white swelling and contracted cords in the leg of a boy j
twelve vears old. The teg naa wunerea unitv, aim m
contracted that he had hohmoC it. Three doctors had tried
their skill upon it in vain, and he w fast sttikut? to the
urMt when the boy s tatner was lnuueou w ir 11. ir. rar- j
lull's Arabian Liniment, lsetorc tne ui oouie was used
up he came to Mr. B.'s store, and the first words he said
were "Mr Barker, I want all that Liniment you have in
the store- the one bottle I got did my boy more good than all
that had 'over been done before." That bay is now well
nndWrtv, and has free use of his legs. .It is good for
sprains, bruises, cuts, bums and swellings.
Lookout f Of Counterfeits r
The public are cautioned against another counterfeit,
winch has lately made its appearance, called V . B. Farrell's
Arabian Liniment, the most dangerous of all the counter
feits, because his having the name of larroll, many will buy
itin nod faith, without the knowledge that a counterfeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discover their error when
the spurious" mixture has wrought its evil fleets.
The genuine article is manufactured only bj H. G. Farrell,
sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No.
17 Main sheet, Peoria. Illinois, to whom ail applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get it with the
letter II. G. before Farrell's. thus-IL G. TAKUELL'S
nnil his signature on the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
Sold hy CAUTWKIGUT & ARMSTRONG,
and bv regular authorised agents throughout the United
esr- Price 25 and 50 ccnte, and per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, villa?p and hamlctin
the United States, in which one is not already cstublishod.
Address 1L G. Farrell as above, accompanied with good re
ference as to character, respectfully, Ac. diw
mllE highest cash price will beiJid for Twenty-five young
SYCAMORE COTTON YARNS A full sunply
gsxzl kci" "SriTttr
- janunrj' 1, 1853.
S"TRAYED from the subscriber, on tlw White's Creek
Pike, one mile and a half below Nashville, about twen-
ly days sines; a SORREL COLT, 8 years old next spring,
' both hind feet white, a small star and stripe in the face,
about 14) hands high is a natural pacer, and in fine order.
I will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me, orfor such
f Information as will enable me to get him.
- jnl5-triw3w JOHN S. BRIEN.
C. E. GRENVILLE & CO.,
General Commission Merchants, Chattanooga, Tens.
WILL pay particular attention to sales of "Bacon, Lard
nnd other articles of Western produce.
As they have a laige and personal acquaintance, and di
'rect correspondence at most of the important towns in Geor
"cia, and pari of South Carolina and North Alabama, they
will be enabled to dispose readily of the above mentioned
articles in season, and respectfully solicit consignments.
V. K. Steven-scw, Esq., )
ij Mokcax & Co., iiMriff.
! A J. Duxcak, J
Bradlev, Wilson Sl Co., Hunlecille, Ala.
""" janl7 Om ,
XHESn GRASS SEED
P 10 barrels Red Clover Seed.
SCO busneis tsiuc urass ocea;
do Herds Grass besd; received by T. WELLS.
nil 12 eoim -narKci utreer, .Kasnviue.
NeTW3, ranging iroui is iu iu.
undersigned, Cedar street, Nashville opposite Thoma
hinTton's. dec22 juafii'w . w.-uii.
TOON & RUTLAND;
Lord Bacon?s Works A new edition ; with a
Life of the Author. By Bassil Montague, 3 vol. royal
Charles Lamb's Wpjrks. To which are prefixed
his Letters, and a Sketch of his Life. By Thomas N.
Talfourd, 2 vols. f
Works of Edgar A. Poc : With notices of his
Life and Genius. By N. P. Willis, J. R. Lowell and
R. W. Griswold, Sv.
Letters of Horace Walpole, To Sir Ilorace
Maun. 2vol'3. 8vo.
Anderson's Annuals of the English Bibleir
Abridgcd and Continued. By Samuel J. Prim, Secre
tar)- of the American Bible Society.
The Romance of the Revolution. Being a His
tory of the Personal Advertures, Heroic Exploits, and
Romantic incident'!, as enided in the Ifar of Indepen
dence. History of the Second War between the Uni
ted States and Great Britain. By Charles J. Ingersoll.
The ?Ien of the Time : Or, Sketches of Living
Mercantile "Morals : Or, Thoughts for Young
Men entering Mercantile Life. By Wm. IT. Van Doren.
TOON & RUTLAND,
January 12,1 855. Union street. -
BOOKS FOR MECHANICS.
The Arts of Tanning, Currying and Leather
Dressing, theoretically and practically considered in all
their details. By Campbell Morfitt 200 wood cuts.
The Mechanic's Companion Or the elements
and practice of Carpentry, Joinery, Brick-Laying, Ma
sonry, Slating, Plastering, Smithing, Turning, &c ic.
The Mechanic's Text Book, and Engineer's
The Manufacture of Sled The Moulder and
Founder'8 Guide, and many other Mechanical Works,
jan 12 TOON & RUTLAND, Union st. Nashville.
O CHOOL BOOKS. Of everv varielv. For sale by
O jan 12 TOON k RUTLAND.
MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE U. S.
SLIGO, No. 2,
mllE SLIGO will loAvc Nashville fur Memphis every
X Fridav; at 6 o'clock, p. i., and leaves Memphis for Nash
ville every" Monday, at 11 o'clock, a.m. EMBASSY will
leave Nashville for Memphis every .Monday at G o'clock, p.
it., leave Memphis for Nashville every Thursday at 11
o'clock, a. m., delivering the mail at the several post otlices
between the above portd. They will also touch at all points
between the post ollices.
Persons traveling southward will find it io their advantage
to take this line, as it is from two to three days quicker and
equally us cheap to New Orleans; meeting at Memphis with
Memphis and New Orleans Packet which leave on the arri
val of our packets, for New Orleans. Our packets also con
necting with the Arkansas and White River Mail Line. Eve-
yOYS SHIRTS. lust received another supply
13 Shirts for Boys, and for sale by
jtt i & ' MYERS & McGILL.
1r II) GLOVES. Just received a re-supply of Kid,,
Giovci, of various colors and best quality.
jftulO 3IYERS k McG ILL.
LIFE PRESERVERS.--Just received an assort
ment of Life Preservers, warranted to be of the best
quality janlS MYERS & McGILL.
""1ARPET BAGS.--Just received a fine lot of Carpet
J Bags and lor sale by tt
jauia" J MYERS & McGILL.
f'ONEY BELTS.Ju3t received a choice lot of
1X Money Belts jania MYERS & McGILL.
v5 Just received a superior lot of Silk and Linen Pockot
Handkerchiefs, and for sale by MYERS & McGILL.
Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, College St.,
one door from the Square. jani-i.
RANDAL W. MacGAVOCK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW NASnviLtK, Texxessei
Will practice in the several Courts of Davidson, and the
adjacent counties, and will give immediate and strict atteu
tion io rill busiue.-s entrusted to his care.
grOlfice on Deaderlck street near Cherry. jan6 lm
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNESSHTP.
I HAVE this dav associated with me in business, Mr.
ROBERT L. WHITE. The business will hereafter be
conducted at my old store under the firm of STEVENSON
A WHITE. In returning my thanks to my many friends
and the public for the literal patronage which I have re
ceived. 1 respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to the
new firm, jaiil, 1853 L. D. STEVENSON.
IXAMAX 1). STEVENSON".
ROBEUT L. WHITE.
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dsalers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Cornerofthe .Square and Oo'dje istreet, Aashville, Tenn.
WE have now in store one of the largest and best assort
ed stock of goods in the city, which we arc anxious
to reduce, to make room for our Spring purchases. We re
spectfully request our friends aud the public to examine our
goods before making their purchases, as we arc determined
to sell low for cash, or to punctual dealers on liberal time.
We will sell our Cloaks, Mantillas, printed Muslin de Laues
and Shawls at cost jan6 STEVENSON &, WHITE
DRESS GOODS. Rich Brocade Silks, in all colors;
Rich Neat Plaid Silks; rich Black Brocade Silks;
Rich White Brocade Silks;; Rich Roquet de Lanes;
Rich Black Gro de Rhines Small Cheek'd De Lanes;
Rich plain Gro de Rhines; Small Figur'd De Lanes;
Rich Plain Gro de Rhines in all ca'ors;
White, Pink aud Blue Gro de France;
Plain Spun Silks; Small Figur'd Cashmeres;
Neat Checked Silks; Plaid Cashmeres;
French, English and German Merinoes, in all colors, plain;
De Lanes in ail colors; Plain Cashmeres.
We have a large assortment of the above goods which wc
will sell at very reduced prices.
ja;i6 STEVENSON & WHITE.
OURN1NG GOODS- Wo have a beautiful assort
ment, such as Alapacas, De Lanes, Canton Cloths,
black English Crape, Italian do, Bombazines, Silks and Rib
bons, Crape Veils, Mourning Handkerchiefs, Hoisery, Col
lars and sleeves, Gloves, &c
jan 6 STEVENSON & WHITE.
MUROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS
Beautiful Val. Lace Chemizetts and Sleeves to match,
Honiton Lace do do, Needle Work do, Uoniton Lace-trimmed
do, Uoniton Val. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars,
&., Valeneicnes; Laces, Edgings and Inscrtings, Swiss and
Jaconets Inscrtings and Ldg.ngs, Black and white Lace
Capes, Black aud Silk Laces, Jaconet and Swiss Buflings,
House-Tarnishing Goods. Rich Satin Lace for
Window Curtains, with trimmings to match, Curtain Dam
asks in variety, Lace and Muslin Curtains, extra Rich
Table Damasks, in all qualities, Towel Diapers, Towels and
Napkins of all kinds, Barnsleys, 10-4, 11-1 and 12-4 Linen
Sheeting, 12"-t Muslin do, French, English and American
Ladies' Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear.
Silk Merino and Lamb's Wool Vests and Drawers, Union
Dresses, Silk, Merino, Linen and Cotton Hosiery for Ladies,
Misses and Children, in every variety, best Paris Kid
Gloves, in all colors, Ladies, Misses and Children's Wool
and Merino Gloves, Boy'a Hoisery and Gloves. For sale
Ion- by STEVENSON & WHITE,
ian'fi Comer of College st and the Squai
&ENTLEMEN;S FURNISHING GOODS
Silk, Merino, Shaker Flannel and Lamb's Wool Un
der Shirts and Drawers; Silk. Merino, Ltfmb's Wool and
Cotton Hosiery; a nice assortment of Patent Shirts aud Col
lars; Black and Fancy Cravats, Stocks, Scarfs, ic; Kid,
Buck, Beaver, Fur and Wool Gloves, a good assortment;
Black and Fancy French Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestiugs,
Suspenders, ic. For sale low, by
janO STEVENSON & WHITE.
"T"X77I,E GOODS Bleached Muslins in every nual
V it , Bleai bed Drillings, Jaconet Cambrics, Muslins,
Swiss Muslin, Ctieci'd and Strip'd Muslins; Hair Cord,
Cheek'd and Strip'd Cord; India Mulls and Twills. Shur
French and Mainsook Twills, Book Twills. In short, we
have a large assortment of the above Goods, which we will
sell very low. jan6 STEVENSON & WHITE.
"J7URS Wehave a beautiful assortment, -which will be
sold at greatly reduced prices.
STEVENSON & WHITE.
FL ANNELS A Nice Stock of Pink, Blue and White
Unshrinking Flannels, Welch Gauze, and other cheap
er Flannels, wluch we arc selling low.
janG STEVENSON & WHITE.
PERF UMERY. Cologne Water, Extracts Hai
and Soaps, from the best French Perfumers.
STEVENSON & WHITE.
REMOVAL. DR. B. W. HALL has removed, to the
office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCombs' Cabinet Warcrooms.
LADIES' WHITE KID AND SATIN SHOES.
Ladies' sup. White Glove Kid Gaiters and Slippers,
" " " Satin do " do
" " Black Italian Cloth do plain, tip'd and
Ladies sup. Black Italian Cloth Slippers and Excelsiors;
" Kid frim'd do " do;
" " " Welted Paris Ties, Slippers and
Ladies' super. Black Kid Welted and French Morocco,
Ladies' supr Black Kid Welted and Thin Soled Gaiters;
Misses' and Child's Welted Thin Solod Kid and Morocco
Also, Gents' ElegantTump soled French Calf Boots. Just
received by janll RAMAGE & OHURCII.
ALT. 1000 Bbls Nc
ry pams will le taken io renuer inosc who can on us com
fortable For freighter passage, apply at tlie U. S. Mail Of
fice, Nashville, or A. Ti. SUA W & CO., Memphis,
jania A. L. DAVIS, Nashville. "
NEW BOOKS BY EXPSESS.
WALDE WARREN, a Tale of Circumstantial- Evidence.
By Emerson Bennett, author of "Viola," "Prairie Flower,"
"Forrest Rose," fcc
FIRST LOVE, a story of Woman's Heart By Eugene
THETLIFE AND ADVENTURES OF DICK CLIFTON,
the Masked Highwayman. 4
THE OCEAN BORN, a thrilling talc ofKthe Sonthern
Seas. Forsalyby - janlS Fl HAGAN
BEYNOLD'S NEW NOVELS."
LORD SAXONDALE, or Life among the London Aristo
cracy. By G. W. M. Reynolds, author of Mysteries of the
Court of London, &c.
This work is distinguished, in an extraordinary degree,
byall those attracti-e qualities which have rendered the
name of G. W. M. Reynolds so widely celebrated and caused
liis writings be so eagerly sought after by the public. The
field he has chosen in tne present work is, London Aristo
cratic life and character, and he has worked up the rich ma
terial in which it abounds, with the hand of a master. He
has turned London Aristocracy inside out, and laid it bare
before the reader in all its futures. The series of thrilling
incidents, descriptions, and-vivid delineations, bv which he
accomplished this result, have never been excelled, in the
intensity of interestvhich they create, by any writer. Dis
patch. For sale by jan!9 F. HAG AN.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
A LARGE aud complete assortment, just received by '
J. - F F. HAG AN,
janl9 No. 31, Market street.
IKE M'CANDLISS, and other Stories, by George C. Ful
ber. . JIOWTO BE-HAPPY, an admonitory Tissay, for general
and family reading, or regimen Expediency and mental
Government, by R.J. Culverwell, M. D ' -
SKETCHES of Iucidentsand Adventures In the West.
Twenty-five Illustrations, ,
FRANK FREEMAN'S BARBER SHOP; a tale, by Rev.
Bavnard R. Hall, I). D.
THE CHILDREN OF LIGHT; a theme for the time, by
THE ILLUSTRATED NEWS. Beachs and Barnum's
splendid Pictorial, 1st number. Price 10c, or 3 per year.
janlP F. HAGAN, Agent.
BEN. M. NOEL & BR0.,
Grocery and Commission, Receiving and
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
l,oj)0 Cans Oysters; 4t0 Kegs do,
100 hhds Prime Sugar, new crop;- - "
200 bags Prime Rio Codee, do, ' v
25 do Java do -' '
2") do Laguyra do
f0 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
bbls aud half bbls Molasses; -
7.m.i do St. Louis Mills Flour;
50 do Cincinnati do; ,-.(lt t
20 1 kegs Nails, assorted brands; r
300 boxes Glassware, assorted; '
l.)0 boxes Tobacco, assorted brands; . .-
2,500 Imported Cigars do; - y
50,000 Melee do i4
Boxes, halves and quarter boxes Raisins;
25 Drum's Figs; 1 U boxes, S S Almonds;
10 Tierces Rice; 5 Ccroons Indigo; ...
29 boxes Copperas; 20 bags Popper;
2 Casks Dutch Madder,
100 dozen Painted Buckets;
300 reams Wrapping Paper;
owO bbls Kanawha Salt;
40 do and half bbls Crackers; -20
Kegs Shot and Lead;
Just received and for sale by
janrj BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO.
S00 bbls Aurora Whisk-;
1r Wikhirfi's do:
do Old Monongahela Whisky;
do Double Di3tilled
do American Brandy;
do do Gin; - f
do Sweet Malaga Wine;
do Old Port Wine; - ...
In Knvv Knn-land Rum: ' '
by. Pipes Old Brandy and best-brands;
2- do Holland Gin; -?.
50 bbls Walker's Ale ; '
tmvps C Jus Jones. Tobacco: i .
10 do Young Birdwell's Tobacco; -
Peter M. Bocrz No 1 do
E. Fernix's do
P. M. Bocrz gold leaf do
In store and for sale by
BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
TTUST received a large stock of new and
fashionable Purniturc, which will be sold ffW
nvr fnr cash or annroved naner. Bedsteads, " -
a large lot; Extension Tables, do: Bureaus, &c, &c ; Break
fast, Dining, Desert, Card and Work Tables, a fine assort
ment. Clocks from one dollar seventy-five to fifty, all in
sured. Looking Glasses, &c. Window Shades; Two Su
perior Pianos, which will be sold very low, as 1 am about
enlarging my Warer-rooms and will offer Bargains. All ar
ticles insured just as recommended, and sent free of charge
to the depot or any where in the city.
I. M. MORTON, Union street,
dec24 gen'tb opposite Bank of Tennessee.
Tenth Legion, Home Press and Baunerof Peace, cop".
7' AND. J. DUNCAN, .
A CCTIOX AND OOMMISSIOiV MERCHANT,
"YTTHOLESALE Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps,
V V Umbrellas, Domestic manufactures and merchandise
generally, will give prompt and undivided attention to all
business entrusted to his care.
And. J. Duxcak has in store a large stock of ribbon bound
Bed Blankets, Birth aud Cradle Blankets, heavy white Mack
inaw Blanket, Blanket Coating, Beaver, Pilot and Felting
Cloths, Georgia Kerseys and Linseys, Cloths, Cassiincres
and Sattinetts, Flannels, &c
Fashionable Angola and Kossuth Hats, Boots, Shoes, it,
kc Also, A large lot of Oznaburgs, Drillings, Brown
Muslins, aud n general stock of goods, which I will sell very
low to close consignments.
jan5 AND. J. DUNCAN.
"T"XTE have removed our stock of Variety Goods to the
YV house on the west side of the Square, on the corner
of Deaderick street, where we have now on hand a large
assortment of English, French and American Fancy Goods,
suitable for furnishing country stores; also Combs, Brushes,
Spool and Patent Thread, Cutlery, Hosiery, Glove, Hand
kerchiefs, Port Monies, Pins, Needles and steel goods, Guns,
and Pistols, Stationery, Clocks, Gold and Gilt Jewelry; also
Looking-glasses, Violins, Violin Strings, Fancy Soaps, Per
fumery, Ac, and many other articles too numerous to men
tion, to which we invite the attention of country merchants
and the city trade generally, as we will sell at small profits
to any favoring us with their custom.
A. MORRISON & CO.
jan!5 Corner of Deaderick st and Square
QUEENS WARE at REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY
HAVING purchased of -Mr. W. Gilliam his very large
and well assorted stock of Queensware, Glass
and China, a great portion of which is of late importa
tions, I am now prepared to furnish all who may favor me
with a call, with Queensware. kc, very low for cash.
Country Merchants would find it to their interest to give
me a call.
Close personal attention will be given to business, and good
tfCall at Gilliam's Old Stand, North sidcof the Pub lie
quarc Nashville Tenn. oc7-Cm J. C. PARPEN
CLOTHING CITY MANUFACTORY HOME INDUS
TRY. TKEEP constantly on baud a full supply of all kinds of
gentlemen's wearing apparel, made up in the very best
manner under my own supcrintendance, and would ask my
friends and the public to give me a call and convince them
selves, it is- their own advantage, as I knowl am suit them
Market street, six doors from the square.
NOTICE I have appointed Mr. A. V. S. LINDSLEY
mv Attomevin fact, with full Doworsto make Deeds.
sell property, make collections, and attend to any aud all bu
siness I have in Davidson county. He is authorized to
represent me as fully as I could do were I present to act for
N. B. All persons holding Title Bonds from me for prop
erty purchased in Edgefislu are earnestly requested to come
forward and complete their property, mid receive Titles, or
their debts will be Sued at once.
jaul&-lin M. W. WETMORE.
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
MANUFACMURING COMPANY, are now offering.
'ifliJS-sntAnHiH nssnrtmnnt of Plain and Fashionable Fur
5t5?3ncw building, (between Union Hall and the
Sanare.Hvhich thev offer at criccs to suit purchasers, i
both tit whole sale and retail. They intend to give satisfac
tion to purchasers wort: warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
to with despatch. R. H. GROOMS, Pres't.
W.L. Nance. Sec'y septit
JsiyLDEN TO LET fOS THE ENSUING YEAR.
t O ACRES of rich land, about of a mile frem the Mar
XO kct House, divided info 5 lots including a long one
story brick house, with five rooms all well enclosed with
cedar. Situated near the centre of said ground is a large
well finished family residence) with all necessary out houses,
and .a strong tight brick cistern, iiuderground holding up
wards of 500 barrels of water. The family residence, &c,
occupies about one acre of said ground, with an avenue
leading to McLcmore street, Ttiis property, known as
JfcNiirg's MU,-willbc rented together; or separately. For
terms apply to T. WELLS.
novS-l trwtf. 4
il3 iUKINS. All colored Sheepskinsjust received
-ale by jan21 W. MEREDITH.
JOHN YORK & CO.
REPORTS OF THE CASES ARGUED ANP PETER
MINED IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TENNESSEE,
during the years
By WILLIAM G. SWAN; StatetReportcr,
tjanl4: ?. . JOHN YORK k CO., Union st
. f" Blank Check .Books'
On the Union, Planters and State Banks, various sizes; for
sale by jftnl-i ' JOHN YORK k CO.
--, , I , - - WETTING iTNK.
ARNOLD'S Writing Fluid,'a superior article; Maynard
.fcNoyesInk ; Carmlmelnk; for sale hy
janl4: JpnN YORK & CO. .
JOnN YORK k CO., Union street, has just received a
great variety of superior Gold Pens, large and small, in sil
ver and gold holders, or single. Ecery pen warranted.
LETTER, Foolscap, Note and Bill Paper for accounts.
Commercial Note Paper, Yellow and White letter.
Envelopes, Note Envelopes, with Paper to match.
For sale by janU JOHN YORK & GO.
STEAMBOAT BOOKS A full stock, for sale by
janl-i - JOHN YORK & CO.
I i&test News 1 1 1
FOR THE LADIES.
Royal Tartan Plaids;
Guttta Percha Gauntlets;
Fur and Chamois Gloves;
Gents' Hose of eTcry variety.
Russia Flannel Nett;
Indies' Russia A'ests.
Flannels, all colors.
A new arrival of those celebrated Patent Shoulder Seam
Shirts, together with Collars, Stocks, Scarfs, Ties, Cloths,
Cassimeres, aud Emb'd Vestings.
octl2 JOHN K. HUME.
JOHN K. HUME has now received a complete assort
Extra fine Bed Blankets; Negro "
" " Coat " Rent Welsh Flannels;
" " Fancv col'd Blank-Unshrinking Saxony Flan-
Fancy and Plaid Flannels
Rogei-s' extra tine
Grass Skirts; TOGETHER WITH
India Twills; Swiss Muslins;
New York Mills -Domestic; J aconct Muslms; '
English I.ong Cloth; Cambric Muslins;
French, English and German Merinos and White and
Fancy Cashmeres, plain and Fancy Mous de Laines, in
cieat variety. All are rcspecttullyinviteuto call and exam-
JOHN K. HUME.
THE TONGUE OF NESTOR
THAT dropped words "like honey" from his lips, en
trancing his hearers with a voice more musical ttian the
notes of "dying swans," could not have had a subject to ex
haust "The Laca Floods of IJujquence" possessing more in
terest to the Human Family than the World-Wide Renown
and Brilliant Luck of that Truly Fortunate and Old Estab
lished Lotuery Firm
PYFER & CO.
J'o. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland,
Whose matchless fame, "in days of yore" would not only
have been saluted by the strains o'f Meilvon's Lutb whose sit
very tones hail'd "Aurora's Birth," but the magic skill at
the Chisel op Ltsippus, would have left to "After Ages," a
monument to their memory, more towering in its solemn
grandeur, than the Mausoleum of Carta's King. '
Restless Spirit of Cuoescs, So.v or Halvattes !
Gazk ox our "Haxdy Work."
Witness the hoards of Wealth wc dispense, and then in silent
sorrow, hie thee back to the "Hades'' again.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSANu DOLLAS !
SOLD AXD I'AIU !
Splendid Schemes for January,
TSNTThe Certificate Prices of packages of i
oniy, are given below.
No.of Price of Price of.
Ballots. Tickets. Packaijes.
1 1 drawn
jrgTDra wings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn. -
KgrCorrespoadeiits will please order a-few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centagc in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, arc thereby secured.
Wc advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. Great Sale of Prizes !
Tee Grand Capital Prize of $60,000 Sold in a Package of
Half Tickets to an old Correspondent in De Soto County.
Mississippi he had bad luck for some time but Persevered.
9.- nnn in Sin-rl.s Whole Ticket sent to Alabama.
510,040, in Single Half Ticket sent to Tennessee.
So we go every day selling and paying the Prizes, and
raisin-- tfie poor man to a level with the rich 'abob.
Thousands who once never read a lottery advertisement,
arc now awakening to the importance of this beautiful sys
tem of realizing Fortunes from small outlays. How easy can
the price of a Package or single Ticket be saved, "little by
little," to invest in the ,
PYFER & CO., SUB-AGENTS
Think how pleasant it will be to have "Fortune buckled
on vour back in thiseasy manner, and no huiger hesitate to
make at least one trial, at the truly Fortunate, Far-lamed
and Old Established Lottery Agents aud QQ
tint lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
T ATE ARRIVALS. i-u uagsuucK uueai. xioui,
1 j 350 kegs Nails, assorted;
10 kcs Golden Syrup; 100 boxes Star Candk-s;
10 bb?s Molasses; 50 do Tallow do;
10 4 do. do; 10 bbls Loaf Sugar;
0 bbls extra St Louis Flour; 10 do Crushed do.
. .A. ,1 71 T TI'I 1 T7T
All of which will be sold cheap for cash.
FURNITURE, CARPETING, FLOOR OIL CLOTH,
Iatintr Drugget, Girondoles, Solar Larap3, Mantle and
other Clocks, Pier Glasses, and all kinds of Looking
m uv. TihArihnr has in Store, and is constantly
JL receiving a large supply of the above articles, HT
amontr which wilrbe found itosewooa ranor oeus.a
covered with a superior article of irench Urogatelle; Kose
wood Chamber Setts, Mahogany do; a large assortment of
Mahogany and Rosewood Centre Tables; Dressing Bureaus;
Wardrobes; French Bedsteads; Etagere Sideboards; Mahcga-
robes; Lounges; Candle Stands; Sofas, kc, kc; Windsor
aud Cane Seat Chairs of all kinds. Tapstry Brussels, Three
Plv, Ingro'n and Two Ply Caipetting, Rugs, Ac. Floor and
Ta'ble Oii Cloth, of all kinds, from ouc yard to eight yards
wide, which the public arc respectfully invited to examine.
All of which will besoldlovrfor'CASn.oron time forapproved
havo personally selected every article, and thewokrman
ship'and finishof all work sold by me will be warranted to
be as represented. A. PATTERSON,
College street, near Church St., Nashville, Tenn.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
on Cumberland river, three miles from Gallatin, on which,
(besides the Paper Mill building,) thero is a good Dwelling
House, Store House, and sundry other buildings. The si te
of the improvements aro cntircly'above repair, and w'cl
adapted to manufacturing purposes. - s
Payments One third cash, the balance one and two years
R. M. .BOYERS, Receiver:
Gallatin, Jan. 10, 18-3 id dtrw w
J. J. COHEN,
Whelcsale and Eetail Grocer and CcmmimoMoMhant
novl3 Cm. ROME, GEORGIA.
S4.0u0, in package imarter tickcis teni io ucorgia.
S20.C0S, in package of Wholes, sent to South Carolina.
$10,000, in package of Wholes, sent to North Carolina.
35 000, in package Quarter Tickets, to North Carolina.
$16 312 in package Half Tickets sent to Pennsylvania.
nyand Hoscwooa vmairs, aim awuipiciy usowimauui sum
mon Furniture, to wit : Bedsteads; Bureaus; Dining, Break.
r.,:t nnH Tipsert Tables: Waslistands; Work Tables; Ward
I WILL offer for sale at the Court-House, in Gallatin,
on the first Monday in February next, the SUMNER
PAPER MILL PROPERTY, contain'mr 162 acres of Land
JEW DAVID,SaHE3BEW PLASTER.
TnE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in the
Side, Hip, Bade, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, KangS
Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints and ail
Where this Plaster is applied, Pain cannot exist. It has
been beneficial in- cases of weakness, such as Pain and
Weakness hi the stomach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, .Affec
tion of the Lungs m their primary stages. It destroys m- ;
flammation by perspiration. j
Ml H H Hi
The following commendation 13 from an agent resid
ing at Trenton. Tennessee.
. Trextox, Gibson County, Tena, Nov. 7, 184S.
- Messrs. Scovil & Mead Gentlemen: The Hebrew Plas
ter is becoming popular in this section There is a lady 'in
this countv who says she-would not be without this Plaster
for five hundred dollars a year. She was afllicted for some
time with mi enlargement of the spleen, which gave her
a great deal ofpain. The swelling and pain liad extended
up nearly to the arm-pit, and occasionally she could scarcely
breathe. She was confined tor a considerble time, during
which she was attended by some of our best physicians, buu
they gave her no relief. " She procured a box of the He
brew Plaster, nnd it relieved her almost immdiately, and
-now she kecp3 asupylyof it on hand constantly. These
facta you ate at liberty tb use as you think proper they are
substantially true. " Respectfully, your?; kc
JESSE J. WELLS.
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations. Dealers and
purchasers generally are cautioned against buying of any
but our regular agenb, otherwise they will be imposed upon
with a worthless article, as many b'ase counterfeits of this
Plastcrare in existence.
Remember. The genuine is sold only by us, and our
, advertised Agents throughout the South. No Pedlar is al
lowed to sell it. tu luturc tne genuine win nave me signa
ture of E. TAYLOR on the new steel plate engraved label on
the top of each box; to counterfeit which mil be prosecuted
Philotoken or Female Friend..
For the cure of Painful aud Disordered Meustruasion, Mis
carriage or Abortion, and the relief of all these Sympa
thetic Nervous 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 will be found at
tendant on its use. Besides those complaints which have
been named, the Philotoken may be used with advantage in
Fluor Albus, Prelypsus Uteri, Gravel, Dropsy, Dyspepsia,
and even in Consumption, In some of these, auxiliaries
will be required to perform a cure, and in others, it can act
only as an auxiliary, or a. palliative to remove the tempora
' The Philotoken is not offered as a- cure for all the ilk
which flesh is heir to, but as a remedy and preventive
for a certain class of complaints in whicli it is warranted to
do all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with
experience and skill can.
gST Remember, that "an ounce of Preventive is worth a
pound of cure."
K. B. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, will be careful to
observe my writen signature on the outaide label of each bot
tle, to Counterteit wtucii is iorgerj-.
T. C. R1SLEY, Proprie
Price SI. Der bottle.
'roprietor, Hamburg, S. C.
Forsnle bv SCOVIL & MEAD,
'-"-. " 111 Chartres street, ISew Orleans.
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
all orders must be addressed.
Sold bv EW1N, BROWN k Co., Nashville, Tenn.
W. W. k J. B. BERRY, do:
J. M. ZIMERMAN & Co., do;"
CART WRIGHT k ARMSTRONG, do;
THOMAS WELliS, do ;
11. G. SCOVEL, do.
jan 14 dlww
AN INFALLIBLE CURE for Gonorhea, Gleet, Stric
tures, Nocturnal Emmissions, Gravel, and all those
distressing complaints usually consequent upon youthful ex
ceases and indulgencies.
In preparing a specific for this class of diseases, Dr. Mor
ris lias expended much time and money in order to present
to.the unfortunate sufferer, a pleasant, safe, and efficient
medicine. That he has succeeded, is a fact well established,
as there has been many thousand bottles sold.
"Warranted to Cure,
Or the money returned, aud so far has given entire satis
faction.. As an invigorating medicine for Broken Constitu
tions, it has no equal, being extremely palatable and mild,
as welt as active and pcrma ient in its "ellects.
For that distressing complaint so common among females,
termed Fluor Albus Whites, this specific is a sovereign
remedy, and should be used by all who are thus afflicted.
Sold by II. G. Scovel, G. "W. Huxdershot, W. W. k
J. B. Bbrrv, Nashville, Youxolove, Bowling Green, Ky.
DR. W. H. MORRIS.
INVENTOR of the far-famed MORRIS REMEDY, can be
consulted by letter, by those who cannot make it con
venient to consult him personally. Persons afflicted with
Syphilis or Gonorhea, or with any of the distressing and
unpleasant consequences attending mi injudicious use of
powerful medicines, can, by describing their desease in
writing and inclosing the reasonable sum of Three Dollars,
liavc advice and medicines sent with full directions for uso.
Medicines pleasant and convenient, requiring no restrictions
or hindrance from business.
Also, Scrofula, Cancers, Ulcere, Tetter and Ring-norm,
removed and permanently cured. W. II. MORRIS,
declO 8m. Cincinnati, Ohio.
"XTOTlCiL I wish to hire for the ensuing year, a lew
erood servants, for which I will pay a liberal price.
unto, x . xj. uxjjLvAiivoy-i,
l'roprietor of Verandah Hotel.
Grocer, Commission, P.scsiving & Forwarding Merchant,
dec 30 Broad Strket, Nashville. Trx.v.
TRIGG, has opened his large aud commo
dious Ware House on Broad Street, be
tween Col eiroaud Cherry streets, isortnside,
where he is prepared to STORE goods of almost any kind
and quantity on reasonable terms. He will also attend to
Receiving nnd Forwarding. Having one of the largest and
most conveniut house in ihe city, located at an intermediate
point between the upper River Landing and Railroad De
pot. JUST RECEIVED
500 bbls Superfine Flour,
150 bags fresh Pennsylvania Buck Wheat Flour,
100 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
20 bags Rio Coffee, 20 boxes Bar Soap.
1 0,000 Principe Cigars, 100 bags tine Salt,
20 boxes Mould Tallow Candles,
20 " Star "
1,000 bbls Superior large S. S. Almonds,
500 bbls Salt, 25 bbls Flasks, assorted,
50 boxes Tumblers, assorted 20 bbls Molasses,
25 bales Spun Cotton, ass'd, Franklin Factory,
20 bbls Schults' XXX Ale, (best quality,)
20 bbls Refined Sugar,
100 reams Wrapping Paper, stronnr,
2400 Papers Anderson's Smoking Tobacco,
50 dozen Hemp Bed Cords, -. ' .
20 " Cottou " "
50 " Hemp Plough Lines,
20 " Cotton Plough Lines,
1000 Gunny Bags,
20 boxes W.R. Cheese,
20 dozen Buckets, kc. kc. kc.
All of wluch will be sold at the lowest price for CASH or
BARTER such as Flax Seed, Hemp, Oil Beans, Peas,
Wool, Feathers, Beeswax, liard, Tallow, Ginseng, Eggs,
Butter, Bacon, Cow, Sheep, Fox, Coon and Opossom skins.
dec 30 D.TRIGG.
C. B. BRrAX.
W. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally,
jan 1 NASHVILLE, TORT.
UGAR. 150 hhds. prime new Sugar for sale by
W. H. GORDON k CO.
-200 bbls prime new Molasses, for sale bv
AV. U. GORDON k CO. '
S sale by
-2000 Kcsa Shnberger's Nails, all sizes, for
jan3 W.II. GORDON k CO.
TOBACCO. 150 Boxes Keen & Co., Stony Mill's To
bacco; 50 Boxes Keen & Co., Suncured Tobacco;
150 do StubbleSeld do;
150 do Boaz do;
150 do Godwin's do;
For sale by janS W. H. GORDON k CO.
CIGARS 5 Cases LasTrcs Mareas Regalia Cigars;
J 5 cases La National
5 do Jenny Lmd
5 do Wandering Jew
2 do Spotted Cathedral
2 do La Ficl
3 do Monte Cristo
50,000 Davs Melee
For sale by jan3 W.
1 LASSWARE. 200 Boxes Pint Flasks;
100 Boxes Quart do;
500 do Tumblers, assorted forsale by
jan3 W. 1L GORDON k CO.
PLOUGHS. 100 Hall's Peacock Ploughs, for sale by
jan3 W. H. GORDON & CO.
HOIiS. 100 Dozen Weeding and Grubbing Hoes, for
sale by jau3 W. II. GORDON k CO.
SAFETY FUZE. 100,000 feet Safety Fuze, forsale
W. H. GORDON & CO.
just received by
-A few drums fine Smyrna Figs,
dl5 R. k J. NIXON.
O. 1IACOREGOR, K. E. ALLOWAT, J. BANKUEAD.
MACGEEGOB, ALL0WAY & CO.,
55 Sr. Charles Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
iST N. E. ALLOWAY k CO., Nashville, Tenn., arc at
alltimcs'preparcd.to make liberaL cash advances on ship
meats to U3. - lscI)lc
VALUABLE NEGRO WOMAN TOR SALE
BY virtue ofa decree of the County Court of Davidson
County, at tlio Ndvembcr term, 1852, and renewed at
the January term 1S53, I will offer for sale, at the court
house yard, in the city of Nashville, on Saturday the 5th
day ofFcbruary, 1853, to the highest bidder,, for casli. a
negro woman, named Fanny, aged nbout 26 years. Said
negro woman belongs to the estate of A. J. Ford, dee'd, and
is sold.&r tha purpose of distribution among his heirs. -janl2-twtd
F, R. CHEATHAM, Clerk.
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY.
DR. C. WILLIAMS
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Wood
Ft the cure of Cough?, Cvtds, JToarsenenf, Jfxmnfeowh,
t'rovp, ronchtis', pitting if Blood, Attkrna ad CV.-
From Physicians Testimony "Wotth EnsvinF.
Read the subjoined opinion of Dr. J. W. Dickey, of
Mflulton, Ala., a popular and skillful physician of the old
school, and of more than twenty years experience.
Moulton, Ala., July SO, 1 351.
Dr. Chas. Williams Dear Sir; I embrace the present
opportunity of addressing you a few lines relative to yr
Pulmonic preparation of Wild Cherry, which you have in
troduced to the notice of the public. I have all my. life boon
opposed to all secret remedies, but after my interview with
you last Spring, and from the information "you imparted to
me relative to the ingredients of which your excellent pre
paration is composed, I felt no hesitation in trying your pre
paration in my case, and am pleased to say it fully justified
the favorable impression I had entertained of itsellicacy in
affections of the Lungs. I also prescribed your preparation
to many of mv patients with the greatest success, lam
also informed by my triend Dr. Jenkins, of Hillsboro' that
he ha3 found itin his practice to be a most valuable Attod 'me
Fxpettvrant in all esses that lmve been under his observa
tion. I would suggest to vou the propriety of having your
agent always fully supplied in this place", as I fimnd'tbat
vour agent llcre had entirely sold out all you had forwarded
him. 1 take great pleasure m recommending your valuable
preparation as a most efficient remedy in all J'uhutnury
Affections and the Ust Anodine Fxptclorant with which !
am acquainted. Ilyouthinkthis will bcof any benefit to you,
you can useitin such a innuner as you mav think advisable.
" Most truly yours, J. W- HlCKEY, M. I.
For sale Wholesnlo and Retail.and on Agency by J. M
ZIMERMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the General.
Agent for this poafar and wltutbte preparation at the city of
Nashville and surrounding country. It is also for smle by
" the following Druggists :
CART WRIGHT k ARMSTRONGS
GEORGE W. HEXDERSHOTT,
II. G. SCOVEL,
BEACH, FLEMING k CO.,
CURRY k MARTIN, Nashville.
E. O. CLOUSTON, ,
F. S. WOLRIDGE, fran.
HAWKINS &TOWLKR, IVtlumbia.
And byall Draggwts in every town in the State of Ten-nesM.-e,
aud all the Southern and Western States,
jan 1 lm dtw w
For f!u Cure of
COUGHS, COLDS, HO RSEi22SS,
CltOUIS ASTHMA. Ai2)
"And by Ike river, vjmn thebank thereof similgrew alt
tree for rneit, leaf shall MftfiuleamttAefrint'thiri
shiiUte fur mii and the leaf thereof for iimifcmt."
Here was lwpc for the sick recorded loug ago, and every
year adds new proof to the assurance that those pttonires
shall not fail
As medical Science discovers and designates the reMHe
nature has given, one by one, the diseases that afllict our race
yield to the control of art. Of all the maladies we suffer
from, none has carried more victims to mi untimely grave
than. Consumption of the lungs. Subjoined we give some
evidence that this too may be cuied, and the Pulmonary
Complaints, in all their forms, may Le rcmoTcd hy Culiirv
Space will uotnennit us to publish here any proportion of
the cures ithaaected, but the Agent below named, will
furnish our Circular, free, whereon are full paitfcuhmi aud
indisputable proof of these facts.
Sutfcrers: read and judge for yourselves.
FOR INELUENZA AND WHOOPING COUGIL
Nashville, Tenn., June 26, 1S51.
Sin I have repeatedly used your Cuebuv Pectoral for
Whooping Cough and Influenza" and have no hesitation in
E renouncing it a complete remedy. Four of my children
ave beeir afllicted with these diseases, and tlie free use of
the Pectoral has always afforded almost instant relief.
We attest to the truth of the above statement.
E. P. McGINTY, Editor of the Nashville Whig.
J. M. ZIMMERMAN, Druggist.
FOR A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH.
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 23, 18ol.
Dear Sin For three years I liave been alllictcd with a
Cough, so distressing that I frequently dispairetl of recovery;
much of the time I was obliged to sit up all night in my
chair, as my cough would sutweate me when I laid down.
Having used many remedies without much relief, I at lat
tried the CHERRY PECTORAL which under Providence
has cured me altogether.
I am with gratitude yours,
This is one ot the numerous Cures of Asthma
which have been accredited t o Chcrr y Fector a I
ALDAxr; N. Y., April 17, l&lb.
Dr. Ater, Lowell. Dear Sim I have for years been af
flicted with Asthma in the worst form, so that I have been
. n olnnn iii tt Tin?v. fill n 1'irrrot" lln rt if flu. tlma
ing unable to breathe on my bed. 1 had tried a great many
Atlh-st it seemed to make me worse; but in less than a
week 1 began to experience the most gratifying relief from
its use; and now, in four weeks, the disease is entirely re
moved. I can sleep on my bed with comfort, and enjoy ti
state of health wluch I had never cxpe cted to enjoy.
GEORGE S. FAR AST,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant.
FROM THE PRESIDENT OF AMHERST COLLEGE, ED
WARD HITCHCOCK, M. D., LL. D., tc
J. C. Ayer. Shu I have used your CHERRY PECTOKA I .
in my own case of deep-seated bronchitis, and am satisfied,
from its chemical constitution, that it is an admirable con i
pound for the relief of lnryngial and bronchial dilliculttes.
If my opinion, as its superior character, can be of any ser
vice, vou are at liberty to use it as you think proper.
J EDWARD IUTCHC0GK.
Amherst, Sept. 12, 1849.
Ainonfthe other distinguisl e I authorities wno have rent
their names to recommend this preparation as the best know u
to them for affections of the lungs, arts
President Perkins, Vermont Med. College. , t
Prop. Silliman, Yale College.
Prof. Valentine Mott, New-1 ork.
Pkof. Clraveland, Bowdoin Med. College.
Prop. Bctterfielh, Ohio Med. College. ,
Caxadiax Journal of Medical Science.
Boston Mkd. k Scr. Journal.
Charleston, S. C Medical Review..
New Jersey Medical Reporter.
Hon. Henry Clay, U. S. Senator.
noN. Geo. P. Marsu, Am. Ambassador to Turkey.
Gen. EsianuelBclnes, President of Chili.
Rt. Rev. Ed. Power, Lord Bishop of Toronto.
Rct. Doct. Lansing, Brooklin, New York.
AncuBisnor Pcrcell, of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Also, many eminent persons in foreign countries.
Not only in the more dangerous and distressing disease? of
the Lungs, but also as a family medicine for occasional Use,
it is the safest, pleasantcst and best in therld
Prepared ani sold by JAMES CAIETI,
octl!3-3m. Druggist and Chemist, g'-f
Aud Druggist and Dealers in Medicine everywhere.
rOR KALE AND FEMALE.
BE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command
that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children of
men. Dr.Larzett's JCNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elixir,
prescribes as an effectual restorative in case of Debility
ropotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of nature.
His all thatit professes to be, vir Nature'sgreat restorative,
acd remedy for those in themarried state without ofispi ing.
liis a certain cure for Seminnl Emissions, General Debility,
Gleet, Weakness of .the Genital Organs, Nervous aUecffcms,
Lucorrhea or Whites. As an invigorating medicine it is un-
plcasothcuserin any of the above complaints, and n of
priceless value to those without olBpnng.
Caution Extra. Find the name ot, Comstock k Bi oth -ersoothc
wrapper and never buy it unless you find tho
names as it has been extensively countcrfited oflale.
Avoid the counterfeit as you would poison.
At om mo CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG!
Wholesale and Retail Agt's. Corner Broad and Market,
Streets, Nashville. julylS dtrw k w ln.
3""7IN'E BONNET and TRAVELLING TRUNKS.
Jiuggy ' do;
" Kip and Common'Trunks;
Indies' Fine Bonnet Trunks. Just received by
jnU RAMAGE & CIIUR Cfl.
tion, Indigestion, loss of Muscular cnercy,.! 'hysical.Ijissi-
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